maxkelleyso when you type /home/whoever/gaim it will execute /usr/bin/gaim12:00
rupan310 to 30 dollars a month for 5kb of bandwidth? makes you wonder how people ever put up with it12:00
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maxkelleyvery simple, yees?12:00
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CyCloBotI'm trying to install Ubuntu on my laptop but when it detects hardware it freezes at 86% were it loads module "ide-cd" for "Linux ATAPI CD-ROM". any help?12:00
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SoulForgeI know it works on windows12:00
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Q_ContinuumFlannelKing, http://freshmeat.net/articles/view/563/12:00
iBaloflaxi: first enable universe and multiverse repos, then sudo apt-get install msttcorefonts, then adjust fonts in firefox12:00
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rupan3CyCloBot: i had teh same problem12:00
cedriczgI think II didn't explained my problem in a right way12:00
SoulForgebut you can hold control and scroll the mouse wheel to decrease or increase text size12:00
cedriczgI wan't to make an icon12:00
Q_ContinuumFlannelKing, serach for and find the section titled "Editor's addendum: Console Clients"12:00
SoulForgepointed to flaxi12:00
cedriczga launcher12:00
maxkelleyCyCloBot: at the boot: prompt, press f1 and look for something for it to bypass ide-detection12:00
Mronowhy am I getting these errors? http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/946612:00
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maxkelleycedriczg: mmmm12:01
CyCloBotrupan3: did u solve it12:01
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flaxiiBalo, thank you!!!! one more question, when I enable multiverse repos, I can then be able to find firefox 1.5?12:01
maxkelleycedriczg: right click and click "Create launcher"12:01
cedriczgYou undestand?12:01
ubotuYou can use firefox 1.5 by following this wiki page https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FirefoxNewVersion12:01
rupan3CyCloBot: eyah i got it installed.. try this..:12:01
cedriczgyes I know the how12:01
maxkelleycedriczg: you are using gnome, right?12:01
cedriczgI don't know why it doesn't work12:01
maxkelleywell what's the problem then?12:01
rupan3CyCloBot: turn on all the debugging.. its on one of the pages, two settings12:01
flaxiSoulforge, yeah, thank you, but then the text becomes too small... but thank you for the tip12:01
cedriczgYes ubuntu 5.1012:01
FlannelKingthanks Q_Continuum I'll take a look12:01
rupan3CyCloBot: then run your install in expert mode12:01
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maxkelleycedriczg: I don't understand the problem..12:01
Q_ContinuumGoogle = your friend :D12:02
=== SoulForge tried ;)
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rupan3CyCloBot: and disable the last 5 or so options, and it will detect your cdrom drive as a floppy12:02
cedriczgif the launcher is set to be runn in a terminal it works12:02
maxkelleyit has almost a googol of answers!!12:02
rupan3CyCloBot: at least, that's what it did for me12:02
jms830I have been trying to set up hotkeys for Xmms using xbindkeys. I entered xbindkeys-config and added my hotkeys, and they work except that it opens a new instance of xmms if i opened the original instance from within nautilus by clicking an mp312:02
cedriczgbut if it is not set to be lauched in a terminal it doesn't work12:02
jms830anyone know how to fix this??12:02
IdleOnemaxkelley:  he wants a desktop launcher for gaim12:02
maxkelleycedriczg: what is the app?12:02
cedriczghowever matlab doesn't use the terminal!!12:02
IdleOneor whatever app it is12:02
xcc 2pt fonts in many applications scared me %(12:03
scottjhow do I reset my gnome theme? the one I installed is crashing panel12:03
maxkelleycedriczg: is matlab in your applications menu?12:03
scottjthere must be a way from the console12:03
liskl_hello: i'm looking for a way to display changing text data on the X Display transparently12:03
cedriczgI had to make the icon there too12:03
maxkelleyliskl_: google, I know there's an app for it..12:03
cedriczgbut I have the same problem12:03
FlannelKingQ_Continuum: no http access at the moment, just SSH, or I'd google till my hearts content.12:03
RemyLaptophey guys, how do i set it so that my comp doesn't ask for password when it comes out of screen saver mode ?12:03
maxkelleycedriczg: what's the problem then? does it work from terminal?12:03
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colmFlannelKing,  Links!12:04
maxkelleyRemyLaptop: not possible.12:04
cedriczgfrom terminal yes, but it is weird for me that it has to be done this way12:04
rupan3RemyLaptop: turn off your screensaver12:04
maxkelleyit's built into xscreensaver, standard sexy linux procedure :)12:04
cedriczgthat's wht it is a little problem :P12:04
maxkelleyhmm odd12:04
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maxkelleycedriczg: sorry we can't help.. just try messing around with it :)12:04
cedriczgI had to sort a lot of bigger problems to make matlab work fine !!!12:04
CyCloBotrupan3: how do i turn on all debugging12:05
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cedriczgthanks anyway12:05
maxkelleycedriczg: btw, what is the tld .uy?12:05
Ubunterhi all12:05
maxkelleyhey, Ubunter12:05
maxkelleyhaha, me guessed.12:05
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cedriczgalguien pregunt por uruguay?12:05
liskl_another question: how to change startup runlevel 2 to runlevel 3?12:05
rupan3CyCloBot: use your fKeys (f1-f8) they display information about varibles you can pass on to the boot loader.12:05
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maxkelleydo they speak portuguese there or spanish?12:05
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ubotuRemyLaptop: Not a clue. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/12:05
ubotuI don't know, try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, RemyLaptop12:06
PDaniis there ubuntu mini install iso?12:06
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Ubuntermay someone help me?12:06
rupan3CyCloBot: one of those has a page that will tell you12:06
xcc what i may do with 2pt fonts in many applications %(12:06
CyCloBotrupan3 prive chat?12:06
dyrnePDani, i believe there is a server install iso12:06
Seyekohcedriczg: what app do you need a launcher for?12:06
rupan3CyCloBot: sure12:06
mikeboton the windows dual boot thing it says i need 10 gb of free space, but do i really need that much?12:06
maxkelleyno tengo mas preguntas. quiero comer mi cena :) adios... :)12:06
PDanidyrne: where?12:06
xcc what i may do with 2pt fonts in many applications? %(12:06
rupan3have a good dinenr max12:06
cedriczgmaxkelley yes I'm from Uruguay12:06
rupan3diiner even12:06
sandrinuxGood night all... I go to play with my new desktop :-)12:06
cedriczgmaxkelley: yes I'm from Uruguay12:06
UbunterI have a netword card, listed in "device manager" but I don't have eth0 ...12:07
UbunterI can't even configure it12:07
cedriczgSeyekoh: for matlab712:07
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ubotuHispanohablantes: Por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, alli obtendran mas ayuda.12:07
Seyekohcedriczg: right click desktop > create launcher > name it whatever you want > for command put in /path/to/matlab7 have it as an application12:07
iBalomikebot: 10 GB is the minimun sensible space for _WinXP_ ... ubuntu will install fine in 3 GB, although i'd recommend a 4-5 Gig partition12:07
biovorecedriczg: matlab 7 is kinda of a pain to setup on linux12:07
Seyekohit will create an icon on your desktop that you dbl click to run the proggie12:07
xcc hi 4 all from not-orange Ukraine!!!12:07
cedriczgSeyekoh: I said I know the how but it works only if I ask it to be run in a terminal12:08
Ubunterlol xcc :D (non-orange :D)12:08
dyrnePDani, i would have thought itd be appearant on ubuntu.com but im having trouble finding it once sec12:08
Seyekohcedriczg: oh, sorry, i left the room mid conversation12:08
cedriczgbiovore: I see!!!!!!12:08
scottjhow do I change gnome theme from console? I installed a theme that crashes on use and now I can't change it.12:08
cedriczgthanks you guys anyway12:09
Q_Continuummikebot: 10GB for the Windows partition, or for Ubuntu?12:09
xccyep bad in en %( sorry12:09
cedriczgat least I could make it run...12:09
mikebotQ_Continuum: ubuntu12:09
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j2daoshanyone proficeitn in bash?12:09
mikebotQ_Continuum:  Type in a new size in Gigabytes for your partition, it's recommended you free up AT LEAST 10 GB of free space for your Ubuntu install12:09
xcc 2pt fonts in many applications? %(12:09
biovorej2daosh: wnat you want to do?12:09
IdleOnescottj:  log out and at the login screen click on session and choose failsafe you should then be able to remove the theme you installed12:09
Q_Continuumwell, you need swap space (usually 1-2GB) plus space for the OS, working files, etc.12:09
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Q_Continuummikebot: is space an issue?12:10
j2daoshtake a look at that and tell me why it aint working12:10
mikebotQ_Continuum: i've got 6.46 free12:10
mikebotQ_Continuum: yeah12:10
ompaulmikebot, what ram have you got?12:10
mikebotompaul: ummm one esc12:10
biovorej2daosh: not working as in sytax error.. or dosn't do waht you want12:10
UbunterI have a netword card, listed in "device manager" but I don't have eth0 on net configuration.12:11
xcc Ukrains rubbish wait 4 your answer12:11
mikebotompaul: i don't know, how do i check? i think it's 25612:11
Ubunterplease :)12:11
j2daoshill repost with results12:11
Q_Continuummikebot that *could* work.  Wouldn't be able to do a whole lot with it, but if you're just looking to play with Ubuntu you'd be fine.12:11
Q_Continuummikebot in windows?  right-click My Computer->Properties12:11
ompaulmike4263, so  type 500 for sway for swap12:11
mikebotQ_Continuum: what wouldn't i be able ot do though?12:11
iBaloHere's what df -h tells for my / partition: /dev/hdc2             3,1G  2,4G  716M  77% /12:11
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Q_Continuummikebot install every package, install large games, or copy a whole bunch of data into it.12:11
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ompaulmike4263, give 5.9G to the core filesystem12:11
Q_Continuummikebot let me see how much space my fresh install took12:12
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ompaulmike4263, sorry wrong mike12:12
j2daoshwhy des it say that? i know that line 89/90 is because it is the pid of my initial grep which isn't a valid pid anymore after the grep finishes... but why is it too many parameters on line 42?12:12
ompaulmikebot, give 5.9G to the core filesystem12:12
mikebotQ_Continuum: what's a package? i don't play games and have a seperate harddrive for most data, plus i'm doing a dual instlal so i can always use my windows for ntfs stuff12:12
itagaaHeya guys anybody knows if it is possible to install ubuntu from a usbdevice (512 mb) because for some unknown reason i don't seem to be able to boot from cd :/12:13
Q_Continuummikebot package = app12:13
ompaulmikebot, then give the rest to the os and whatever else you want to do12:13
mikeboti would only need enough room for fla's and doc's12:13
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ompaulmikebot, sorry for swap12:13
mikebotopbut i don't need 10gb then12:13
FlannelKingitagaa: yeah, you just have to have a motherboard that'll boot from a usb device12:13
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ompaulmike4263, you need a min of 2.5 to do a small install but you will survive12:13
Q_Continuummikebot you should be able to get by.  Just have to be careful what all you decide to install (might have to go through and remove some apps you don't use)12:14
biovorej2daosh: you have vars not equal to anything..  try setting the vars. var1="" as an example  vat1= <-- causes errors12:14
Q_Continuummikebot swap = windows pagefile12:14
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mikebotQ_Continuum: ah12:14
harritjFile::Recurse <-- any package that holds or do I need to take it via cpan?12:14
Q_Continuumtemporary HD space in case there's not enough RAM.12:14
mikeboti think i might just format my c:12:14
mikebotwithout looking to see what's on it12:14
Q_Continuumhow big's the disk?12:14
j2daoshbiovore... it works fine in my simple test script12:14
mikebotthen i would have enough space12:14
Ivan_Garmoshkawhat i may do with very small fonts inx-applications?12:14
ompaulQ_Continuum, he won't that kind of problem from what he is saying Ubuntu is not that prolific it is 2gigs base for Breezy12:14
j2daoshill paste that one to show12:14
alphabeticalizatcan someone help me get the codecs for avi and other movie formats?12:14
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Q_Continuumompaul true.  I couldn't rememeber how big it was.12:14
ubotuIdleOne: Do they come in packets of five. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/12:14
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ompaulQ_Continuum, s/Breezy/5.1012:15
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itagaa[00:13]  <FlannelKing> itagaa: yeah, you just have to have a motherboard that'll boot from a usb device >> doens't allow that :(12:15
IdleOneanybody know the country code for ukraine?12:15
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RemyLaptopare there any good packages that contain desktop background images and more themes ?12:15
ompaulIdleOne, uk12:15
bimberiubotu tell alphabeticalizat about w32codecs12:15
ubotuIdleOne: Bugger all, I dunno. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/12:15
IdleOnedamn know ukrainian channel12:15
iBalo!tell alphabeticalizat about codecs12:15
RemyLaptopalphabeticalizat, go to www.easyubuntu.com12:15
Ivan_GarmoshkaIdleOne, kakoi kod?12:15
RemyLaptopeasiest way to do it :)12:15
Ubunteruk is england12:15
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ubotuWhat? Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, IdleOne12:15
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j2daoshthere u go biovore12:16
alphabeticalizatok thx12:16
Ivan_GarmoshkaIdleOne, UA12:16
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ubotuPozhalujsta vojdite v #ubuntu-ru dlq pomoshchi na russkom qzyke. # russian users please try #ubuntu-ru, there you may get more help12:16
RemyLaptopanyone know any good packages that contain desktop background images and more themes ?12:16
Alexi5hey guys12:16
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biovoreI think its your if statement12:16
MadpilotRemyLaptop, search Synaptic for "theme" - look for gtk2 packages12:16
Madpilot!tell RemyLaptop about themes12:16
j2daoshbut what is wrong with the if statement?12:16
biovoreecho "$name1" == "Root" Is whats causing the problem12:16
MadpilotRemyLaptop, also, check the URLs the bot just sent you12:16
mikebot7.49 free now12:16
mikebotthat should be fine12:17
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ompaulUbunter, no it is en_GB12:17
mikebotand do 7 for the install or something?12:17
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j2daosh....how is that the problem?12:17
k31thevening all12:17
ProjectXDoes anybody know if Ubuntu will follow any of the things listed in "The Linux Distribution Of The Future"?12:17
bobbydcan anyone recommend a user-level app (ie not compliated) for encoding video from a video4linux compatible card to a decent sized video file?12:17
j2daoshok ill mod the test5 script i made to see if it is the "$name1" == "root"12:17
mikebotompaul: is that a fair ratio, swap 500mb and ubuntu 7gb?12:17
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iBaloRemyLaptop: sudo apt-get install gnome-art, and then choose whta you wnat from http://www.art.gnome.org12:17
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mark_Hello ppl12:18
spikebikememencoder/mplayer or ffmpeg12:18
RemyLaptopthanks fues12:18
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j2daoshRemyLaptop, no just install gnome-art and then go to system, preferences, art manager and dl from there12:18
ompaulmikebot, if you can do that much yes12:18
spikebikeswap depends more on ram than disk12:18
ProjectXDoes anybody know if Ubuntu will follow any of the things listed in "The Linux Distribution Of The Future"? http://akaimbatman.blogspot.com/2005/06/linux-desktop-distribution-of-future_15.html12:18
mark_what media player would be used for wma12:18
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mikebotompaul: okay thanks12:18
mikebotQ_Continuum: thanks for your help12:18
ompaulBEAR, and caps lock are not for here12:19
IdleOneBEAR:  please stop that12:19
mikeboti have to reboot to install this, so, hopefully i'll be back sometime soon12:19
Q_Continuummikebot: That's what we're here for.  Users helping users :D12:19
ubotuMy cat's name is Mittens! Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, IdleOne12:19
bobbydspikebike, was the mencoder idea for me?12:19
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BEARIdleOne, execuse sir12:19
IdleOnesorry about the fishing folks12:19
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biovorej2daosh: Try: if [ $USER = "Root" ] ; then echo "I am root"; fi12:20
mark_What player wud be used for .WMA files12:20
Q_ContinuumProjectX: #2 is the only one I see Ubuntu (possibly) having issues with, but that's more of a "making the user understand the layout"12:20
RemyLaptopmark_, check out www.easyubuntu.com12:20
trappist$USER isn't likely to equal "Root"12:20
BEARIdleOne, how i stop my problem with small fonts?12:20
mark_k thnx12:20
ompaulIdleOne, you got a pm :)12:20
Madpilot!tell mark about restricted12:20
RemyLaptopmark_, I meant: http://easyubuntu.freecontrib.org/12:21
RemyLaptopmark_  that will install all the codecs and players you need for you12:21
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Q_ContinuumProjectX: even #2 might not matter...most (normal users) people just want it to work, and they ask for help, we walk them through it step-by-step (or have how-tos/tutorials ready to go)12:21
ubotueasyubuntu is an easy-to-use program for installing all your favorites. Java, Nvidia/ATI, and more. It is as safe as the team can make it. It doesn't change any settings by default. http://easyubuntu.freecontrib.org/ or #easyubuntu12:21
Demigodanyone in here who has experience with MySQL?12:21
biovoreDemigod: I know some stuff12:22
RemyLaptop!tell mark_ about easyubuntu12:22
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NickGarve1./join #mysql12:22
Demigoddid you download the software from mysql.com?12:22
biovoreDemigod: apt-get install mysql-server12:22
Demigodthanks for that info :D12:22
k31thyou guys use Amsn or gaim ?12:22
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lisklanyone know why tabs aren't working by defualt in fluxbox on ubuntu 5.1012:22
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console_does anyone know how to set up two net cards which share the same driver?12:23
dejxi think there is a firewall12:23
rupan3k31th: i use gaim12:23
dejxon my computer12:23
dejxbut iptables -F dont disable it.12:23
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lisklpackage install "fluxbox_0.9.14-1_i386.deb"12:24
rupan3dejx: why do you think that12:24
biovoredejx: what dose iptables -v -list say?12:24
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mark_ok, all i downloaded was a .zip file from easyubuntu! now what?12:24
k31thi might try fluxbox on this box12:24
k31thim getting pissed with bloated windows managers12:24
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dejxdejx@notebook:~/fts$ telnet localhost 1123412:24
dejxthis should give me, con refused.12:24
rupan3k31th: try xubuntu12:24
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k31thwat exactly is that ?12:25
dejxiptables v1.3.1: Unknown arg `-v'12:25
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rupan3k31th: ubuntu using the xfce4 desktop environment12:25
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k31thnever seen that or used it12:25
rupan3it's pretty rockin12:25
biovoredejx: sudo iptables --list -v12:25
k31thwat about  enlightenment ?12:25
rupan3its what i use on my box12:26
lisklk3lth grab the newest fluxbox deb here http://people.debian.org/~dopey/fluxbox/ubuntu-breezy/fluxbox_0.9.14-1_i386.deb12:26
seanhow have I managed to install ubuntu without a root password?12:26
dejxi am root.12:26
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rupan3enlightenment is a window manager12:26
rupan3dejx: you shouldn't irc as root12:26
seanI don't recall being prompted to enter one during the install12:26
j2daoshok biovore, i changed the "$name1" == "root" and that fixed half of it... it got to "if" statement 7... then it is giving me an error about the let var= part...12:26
dejxi'm in xterm12:26
dejxand su12:26
k31thrupan3: im gonna try it out12:26
rupan3there's some good articles on the wiki12:26
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rupan3about xubuntu and xfce412:27
madgik85sean: theres no root account i believe, u use sudo to use root commands, and enter ur password12:27
j2daoshsomething is wrong with this line.... what is it?      let var = $(echo "$line7"|cut -c10-14)12:27
j2daosh     ?12:27
=== BEAR small fonts burn my eyes
ompaulBEAR, so use bigger ones12:27
CyCloBotrupan3: i skipped the the cdrom checl but it now asks for a module and device?12:27
biovorej2daosh: let var6=$(echo "$line1"|cut -c10-14)  should be let var6=(echo "$line1"|cut -c10-14)  I think...12:28
ompaulBEAR, and please stop bringing it up here12:28
seanmadgik85, then how do launch sysnaptic from the menus?12:28
dyrnewhat do you guyes prefer for streaming audio? icecast?12:28
k31thrupan3: its just apt-get install xubuntu ???12:28
j2daoshlemme try it12:28
biovoredejx: Looks like theres no fire wall here..12:28
madgik85sean: when prompted for a password just enter ur user password12:28
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seanthat don't work12:28
Q_Continuumsean whenever you do something that needs root access, it will prompt for your password, you have sudo'er privileges(sp?)12:28
k31thdid u start the service12:28
dejxbut why dont i get connection refused ?12:28
BEARjust lines in application windows12:28
k31thor stop it12:29
k31thjust stop iptables12:29
biovoredejx: what you tring to connect to.12:29
k31thand try then12:29
dejxdejx@notebook:~/fts$ telnet localhost 1123412:29
dejxtelnet: Unable to connect to remote host: Connection timed out12:29
seanfailed to run synaptic as user root wrong password12:29
dejxits closed port12:29
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j2daoshnope... it needs the $12:29
biovoredejx: you have telnet installed12:29
hagbard_hi, i cant get eclipse to work on my amd64.... any suggestions? error log: http://www.ubuntuusers.de/paste/304/12:29
ompauldejx, please use paste.ubuntu-nl.org12:29
biovorej2daosh: not really sure then man..12:29
madgik85sean: u created an account for urself when u installed right? that the account ur logged in as. Use that password12:29
dejxbiovore ?12:29
dejxyes, i have12:30
seanmadgik85, that's what I'm doing12:30
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madgik85sean: u sure u entered the password correctly?12:30
biovoredejx: you probably want to use ssh.. much better12:30
NickGarve1ssh is great stuff..12:30
seanit's a pretty regular password for me12:30
dejxthat's not the point, point is, 11234 is closed port12:30
biovoredejx: netstat -nal show port 21 active?12:30
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biovoretelnet is port 21 by default12:30
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Q_Continuumsean: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RootSudo in case you want more info on it.12:30
seanand I login with it ok12:30
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dejxlisten to me.12:31
dejxyou can12:31
dejxtelnet localhost 2212:31
dejxto check version of sshd, for example12:31
biovoressh is 2212:31
CyCloBotrupan3: i skipped the the cdrom checl but it now asks for a module and device?12:31
dejxor telnet some.irc.server 666712:31
dejxand then irc via telnet12:31
dejxnevermind biovore, can somebody else help me?12:31
IdleOne!tell dejx  about enter12:31
ubotuplease don't use the "enter" key as punctuation! It spams the channel and is annoying. Write in complete sentences and keep your replies and questions on one line if possible. Thanks!12:31
MadpilotIdleOne, beat me to it :P12:31
IdleOneIm getting quicker12:32
biovoredejx: oh.. thats what your tring to do..12:32
seanlooks to me like the sudo stuff wasn't set up properly, the install did freeze at one point, and I had to manually reset12:32
BEARompaul, i know u dont understand cause my english is really bad///but said 2 me how change fonts in gnome///where is fonts location in ext3?12:32
ompaulBEAR, you may want to do this: from the menu: System -> Preferences -> Font12:32
Madpilotsean, sudo <command> + your own pw doesn't work?12:32
seanno it doesn't12:33
NickGarve1oh that happened with me sean12:33
ompaulBEAR, so you understand that ?12:33
biovoredejx: dose it work with a standard irc client?12:33
NickGarve1what did I do..12:33
NickGarve1I think I reinstalled12:33
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UbunterI have a netword card, listed in "device manager" but I don't have eth0 on net configuration.12:33
BEARno results man ((( im tried12:33
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dejxbilange, nevermind, really, can somebody else please help me12:33
javiolois there any way to wake up my ubuntu at a certain hour ?12:33
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NickGarve1oh I'd like to know that javiolo12:33
BEARompaul, no results, man ((( im tried12:34
biovoredejx: you'll be luck to find anyone who read the RFC on IRC12:34
MadpilotBEAR, at the top of your screen there are menus - click the "System" one, then choose "Preferences" then "Font" - adjust your fonts there12:34
seanjeez, i only installed ubuntu after 3 failed mepis installs today :(12:34
BEARyes i know - no results12:34
seannew mepis version is buggy as hell12:34
ompaulBEAR, you tried that and it failed.12:34
seanis this going to be any better NickGarve112:35
CyCloBotHow do i know which module to pick for my cd rom?12:35
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NickGarve1it worked for me sean12:35
seanshall I persevere12:35
Jsmis their a default root pw?12:35
IdleOne!tell Jsm  about root12:35
MadpilotJsm, no. use sudo and your own user pw12:35
rupan3biovore: i read rfc1459.12:36
javioloNickgarvel let see if anyone here knows the answer :P12:36
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seanwhich sometimes doesn't work12:36
Jsmmmk ok Ill use sudo iv never head of that12:36
madgik85sean: not sure exaclt how to do it but using visudo u can setup up permissions i think, might want to google that?12:36
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rupan3Jsm: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/12:36
rupan3read around12:36
luisdefreitashi everybody12:36
rupan3it will save you a lot of headaches12:36
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IdleOneJsm:  read the msg ubotu  sent you it will explain in greater detail12:36
rupan3a little bit of knowledge goes a long way12:36
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CyCloBotrupan3: i skipped the the cdrom checl but it now asks for a module and device?12:37
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Jsmidleone im checking the link it said12:37
Rob_DudeHi all12:37
IdleOnehello rob12:37
seando all users get sudo privileges or just the first one12:37
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Madpilotsean, just the first one by default12:37
x|c|c_4 example: im compiled new programm with clasical commands (make etc) and see windows of nu progrms with smallest fonts in tha galactic ((( n im cried12:37
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seanoh well, better install again and see if it works this time12:38
seannice gui though12:38
seani'm used to kde12:38
ubotuplease don't use the "enter" key as punctuation! It spams the channel and is annoying. Write in complete sentences and keep your replies and questions on one line if possible. Thanks!12:38
maxkelleysean: what gui?12:38
Madpilotsean, if it's a fresh install a reinstall might be easier than trying to fix the sudo mess :P12:38
maxkelleyIdleOne: wow.. that bot makes everyone lazy.12:39
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seanindeed, l8r12:39
rupan3CyCloBot: register your nick so you can recieve msgs (/msg nickserv register <password>)12:39
luisdefreitaswhy we cant use root12:39
xccompaul, 4 example: im compiled new programm with clasical commands (make etc) and see windows of nu progrms with smallest fonts in tha galactic ((( n im cried12:39
luisdefreitasi hate that12:39
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IdleOnemaxkelley:  makes us lazy how?12:39
draskoHow to enable gnome sounds?12:39
maxkelleyluisdefreitas: I don't know, why can't we?12:39
Q_Continuummaxkelley, it just lets us simplify the easy answers, so we can focus on the more thinking questions.12:39
Rob_DudeI'm having some connection/internet troubles.  I've edited my /etc/resolv.conf but it keeps getting changed.  For whatever reason, it lists 3 DNS servers in the file, but the first one doesn't work.  After I edit that file, I can surf the net fine, but without editiing, it seems like it tries the first DNS *every* time I try to resolve a hostname12:39
maxkelleyIdleOne: it's not that hard to type out..12:39
CyCloBotok, i'm registed12:39
rupan3luis you can, you just have to set it up12:39
Madpilotluisdefreitas, because sudo works just as well?12:39
riddleboxcan someone tell me how to resolve this error? http://pastebin.com/57580712:39
ompaulBEAR, I only have one other idea. Start synaptic package manager, from the menu, System - Administration - Synaptic, and search for fonts12:39
Madpilot!tell luisdefreitas about sudo12:40
javiolois there any way to wake up my ubuntu at a certain hour ?12:40
jroesheya, is there going to be any real difference in using a k7 kernel instead of a 386 kernel if you have an athlon processor, but you aren't doing SMP?12:40
javiolo!wake up12:40
ubotuSyntax error in line 1. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, javiolo12:40
IdleOnemaxkelley:  so you mean Im lazy?12:40
ompaulBEAR, then try that gnome fonts button again12:40
luisdefreitasman am trying to see my windows partion12:40
Unityhey what is the best way to download all the files in a directory over http? even the ones not referenced by any links anywhere?12:40
maxkelleyjaviolo: look in your system bios.. not a ubuntu thing12:40
maxkelleyIdleOne: no.. just saying.12:40
xcctell me plz 1 thing: where is fonts location in ext3?12:40
Madpilotjroes, the k7 will be able to use more than 900Mb of RAM, if you've got more than that12:40
draskoHow to enable gnome sounds?12:40
luisdefreitasand i need root priv to change the user12:40
IdleOne!tell luisdefreitas  about mount12:40
Q_Continuummaxkelley, not all of us know all the locations for everything.  It lets us answer the question efficiently, and move on to the next question.12:40
luisdefreitasi know12:40
jroesMadpilot: oh, crap!  I do!  awesome, thanks :)12:40
luisdefreitasabout mount12:40
ompaulxcc ==bear?12:40
rupan3Unity: wget --help12:40
draskoHow to enable gnome sounds?12:41
dejxi'm dead12:41
Madpilotluisdefreitas, read the URL the bot just sent you12:41
IdleOnemaxkelley:  the bot is there to be used as a tool and ppl smarter then me set it up so I figure i rather give the bots answer ()12:41
Unityrupan3: thanks12:41
draskoSounds in Gnome anyone?12:41
JsmDrasko i think you need to get sound drivers12:41
draskoCan you hear these clicks?12:41
IdleOneompaul:  yes12:41
ompaulxcc, I only have one other idea. Start synaptic package manager, from the menu, System - Administration - Synaptic, and search for fonts12:41
javiolomaxkelley I can do this with os x, is there any soft to do this? or only bios setup ?12:41
draskoJsm, my sound works fine, just these Gnome sounds I don't hear...12:42
ompaulxcc, add what you can from there12:42
JsmDrasko, ahh ;)12:42
luisdefreitascan we talk like privete12:42
draskoJsm, mp3 works fine...12:42
xccjust install fonts? it must be principally russian fonts 4 my locale?12:42
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luisdefreitasis too many thing running12:42
maxkelleyjaviolo: Mac's don't have a bios necessarily.. I think there's a way to hibernate the computer and have it wake up.. not sure.12:42
ompaulxcc, well you should find them there12:42
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maxkelleysince the OS is made by the same people that make the computer, they can interface the hardware better.12:43
javiolomaxkelley mac ppc doesnt have a bios they have something similar12:43
draskoAlso does gnome-sound-properties, I can hesr sounds then. But where to enable sounds to hear them allways, like on loggoing in?12:43
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SoulPropagationspeaking of mac ppc12:43
SoulPropagationi have a problem booting from the cd12:43
maxkelleyIs it EFI?12:43
maxkelleySoulPropagation: shoot.12:43
SoulPropagationit's an old G312:43
javioloSoulPropagation just press C12:43
tim__is there an ftp utility that installs with ubuntu12:43
xccompaul, thnk u richsoul man!12:43
evilbulgarianhi, how do i compile something that only has a config.m4?12:44
Madpilotdrasko, check System menu -> Prefs -> Sound, make sure the "Enable Sound Server Startup" tickbox is checked12:44
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Rob_Dudetim_:  'ftp' ?12:44
maxkelleytim__: I think gftp.. try typing it in a terminal12:44
ompaulxcc, da da, neit! I just try sometimes12:44
maxkelleyeither that or ftp.12:44
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ompaulxcc, and no I do not speak russian :012:44
javioloSoulPropagation did you try to boot from open firmware ?12:44
draskoMadpilot, it is checked...12:44
tim__im looking for one like flash fxp12:44
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rupan3command line ftp is where its at hehe12:44
xccompaul u speak in koi-8r? )))12:44
draskoBut Alsa seems to give problems...12:44
SoulPropagationi got into open firmware, and i did:12:45
ompaulxcc, neit :)12:45
SoulPropagationboot cd:,\install\yaboot12:45
Rob_DudeDoes FireFox have built in ftp support?12:45
SoulPropagationand it didn't work12:45
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SoulPropagationRob_Dude: not uploading12:45
maxkelleyRob: no.. nautilus does.12:45
IdleOneRob_Dude:  there is a ftp plugin for firefox12:45
javioloSoulPropagation and ?12:45
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Rob_DudeCool, ty12:45
xccompaul u mean NET? (NO)12:45
Rob_DudeEr, what is Nautilus?  Another web-browser?12:45
Mronoanyone ever used powermated12:45
Mronoor gizmod12:45
SoulPropagationit ignored me and went to the 9.2 happy mac screen12:45
ompaulxcc, yes I mean no :)12:45
SoulPropagationand i tried this on ... 3 of em12:46
maxkelleyRob_Dude: nautilus is the gnome file manager12:46
Rob_DudeAhh, ty12:46
maxkelleyPlaces > connect to server (select ftp)12:46
draskomp3 works, also does gnome-sound-properties, I can hear sounds then (which are available in Gnome). But where to enable sounds to hear them allways, like on logging in?12:46
rupan3nautilus rules..12:46
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tim__fgftp didnt workin the command line12:46
maxkelleyrupan3: posh.12:46
xccompaul i hope learn language in en-speaking mases12:46
tim__gftp i mean12:46
marlunI just installed ubuntu and for some reason I wasn't asked for keyboard language, I believe its set to an american keyboard now and I've got a swedish one. I went to Preferences > Keyboard, Layouts Tab, and removed the american layout and added the swedish one, but it didn\t help, the keys are still wrong. Any ideas?12:46
IdleOnetim_:  sudo apt-get install gftp12:46
maxkelleytim__: use ftp then :)12:46
ssamSoulPropagation, you might need bootx for that old a mac12:47
rupan3i should use nautilus instead of xffm12:47
ompaulxcc, stay here for a while and watch12:47
rupan3xffm is a bit of a pain.12:47
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simonbpmarlun: dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg12:47
maxkelleyrupan3: true..12:47
rupan3anyone using any non-default file managers?12:48
simonbpmarlun: may be tough to get through if your kb layout is wrong though. good luck12:48
maxkelley41 :)12:48
maxkelleyrupan3: xffm?12:48
xccompaul yeah! great support!12:48
javioloSoulPropagation check the cd is well writen and redeable12:48
rupan3xffm is the default that comes with xfce412:48
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maxkelleyhehe, it'd be funny if we had a little number display, where people take a ticket.12:48
marlunsimonbp, thanks, i\ll try ") damn, cant even write a smiley12:49
maxkelley"Number 41!!"12:49
anthonywhat package do i have to install in order to get the little button that shuts down my laptop lcd display to work? (you know how when you close your laptop lid the lcd shuts down 'cause it touches the little button, well now it's not doing that, and i  did a server/clean install then built my own packages so i think there's something missing here)12:49
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ptivoiz1bonne nuit12:49
ompaulxcc,  The people in here are volunteers.12:49
rupan3anthony: there are a lot of blogs out there written by laptop owners who run linux12:49
maxkelleyanthony: we don't support all acpi sort of stuff.. by we, I mean ubuntu12:49
maxkelleyanthony: google ubuntu 5.10 and <laptop model>12:49
maxkelleyusually turns up good results.12:50
rupan3anthony: even  linux <laptop model>12:50
Unityrupan3: i tried to wget a directory but the only thing i got was an empty index.html and none of the files that i know for a fact are actually there12:50
Rob_DudeHow do I edit/view/work with, environment variables?  I either need to change one, or recompile my kernal with a different version of gcc.  Which would be easier? ;)12:50
dejxwhat the heck?12:50
rupan3that's what i did for my hp laptop12:50
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maxkelleyRob_Dude: I think it's EXPORT <var>=<value> or something..12:50
maxkelleymanpages! :)12:50
Madpilotdejx, try "sudo firestarter"12:51
k31thrupan3: this desktop is DOPE12:51
xcctoday i have troubles with Quake 1.31 game install ((( im run th shell script and my stoppin like turtle half hour with no results12:51
rupan3Unity: try wget --help12:51
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maxkelleydapper should have Xgl as an option12:51
maxkelleyhey, lscd :)12:51
rupan3Unity: you have to set the right switches to recurse and download directories12:51
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k31thrupan3: running xfce now :D12:51
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rupan3k31th: its pretty sick huh12:52
Ubunterhow to restart a network card on console?12:52
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k31thyeah i like12:52
maxkelleyUbunter: sudo ifup --force ethx12:52
rupan3k31th: i love the look and feel and the fact that login to desktop takes about 2 seconds'12:52
dejxMadpilot, you maybe didnt see12:52
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maxkelleywhere x is interface number12:52
zax1hey peeps12:52
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simonbpubunter: ifdown <interface name>; ifup <interface name>12:52
Ubunterthank you maxkelley :D12:52
dejxi'm root12:52
zax1wonder if nay one can help wit ha driver issue12:52
xcczax1, alloha12:52
zax1hi xcc12:52
maxkelleysimonbp: doesn't ifup --force do the same?12:52
Ubunteroh, shit. The problem is that I don't have interface number !!12:53
Madpilotdejx, ah, I missed that - I never use root...12:53
maxkelleyUbunter: well, what is it, ethernet?12:53
simonbpmaxkelly: meh. never tried it. now I will though.12:53
dejxwhere do i get those files?12:53
maxkelleydo sudo ifconfig and find it in there12:53
Unityrupan3: i have set -r12:53
Ubunterno maxkelley, the card is not there12:53
SoulPropagationjaviolo: i'm using a shipit12:53
Unityrupan3: is it possible that the server doen't want me to list the files under that directory?12:54
Ubunterbut it appears in device manager :-/12:54
zax1what if i cant find a linux drivre for a device that works perfectly on windows and mac ?12:54
zax1what can i do to get it to work ?12:54
maxkelleyUbunter: odd. have you tried network-admin?12:54
rupan3Unity: dunno about that12:54
Ubunterhow I do that?12:54
rupan3i still think you're missing a switch12:54
maxkelleyzax1: it's hard for us to support all devices...12:54
zax14 sure12:54
maxkelleyUbunter: tools > administration > network or something like that12:54
javioloSoulPropagation ok I think once I tried to install ubuntu on a beige g3 but as I can remember something was wrong12:55
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zax1are you saying that there is a posibility that i wont get it to work ?12:55
maxkelleyzax1: big companies don't make drivers for linux, often.. what is the device?12:55
Ubunteryep, I supposed it.12:55
mjrzax1, not much generally, complain to the manufacturer12:55
h3axi won the battle against opression from the VMware killer stuff12:55
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UbunterI only have modem12:55
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mjrzax1, indeed12:55
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carolinewhat u talkin bout?12:55
javioloSoulPropagation my next step is to install a *BSD12:55
maxkelleyubuntu :)12:55
zax1well its a comon enough device, it an ADSL USB modem, it uses a conexant chipset12:55
carolinehmm im not a computer geek r u?12:55
maxkelleyzax1: all I can say is google12:55
Ubunterabout the world an how to fix it :D12:56
maxkelleycaroline: how did you end up here, then? :)12:56
zax1i am googled out12:56
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maxkelleyzax1: what is the brand?12:56
carolinei am on my laptop12:56
mjrzax1, one would generally suggest an ADSL modem that has an ethernet interface12:56
zax1the one i use is a TRUST12:56
mjr(but I don't know if that particular thing can be made to work anyways)12:56
rupan3Unity: i'm not sure but try -xrm12:56
Madpilotcaroline, this is a tech support channel - if you just want to chat, join #ubuntu-offtopic12:56
SoulPropagationhmm, well, i'm not experineced in *bsd, and it's just gonna be a lil fileserver for my school12:56
zax1its  model is md 340012:56
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maxkelleyyeah, what mjr said is the best solution..12:56
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caroline? what what? whatever12:56
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xcchow install deb from folder?12:57
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SoulPropagationdpkg -i /path/to/package.deb12:57
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IdleOnecaroline:  this is a help channel if you wish to discuss other subjects besides Ubuntu linux then you can join #ubuntu-offtopic where you may chat about what you like12:57
zax1yes an ethernet modem would be better12:57
xccSoulPropagation great thnx!12:57
SoulPropagationi love noobs. they have easy-to-answer questions12:57
maxkelleyzax1: They're fairly cheap.. methinks :)12:57
maxkelleySoulPropagation: who doesn't :)12:57
zax1but... i am a system builder , and i want to start ship my machines with ubuntu.12:57
zax1the usb units are costing me much less12:58
mikebothey, so, can someone help me via PM with dual booting my system?12:58
SoulPropagationmaxkelley: you don't play games online do you12:58
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maxkelleyzax1: hire a coder :)12:58
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maxkelleySoulPropagation: occasional bzflag, but no :)12:58
riddleboxcan someone help me with this error? http://pastebin.com/57580712:58
zax1and part of the idea of using linux apart from the slavery issues to software companies, is the lower cost12:58
Madpilotmikebot, just ask here, you'll get better help12:58
SoulPropagationmaxkelley: that explains it.12:58
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maxkelleyzax1: I understand your position12:58
mikebotokay well, it's kinda long, but...12:58
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mikeboti tried to partition my drive like the tutorial said12:58
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maxkelleyriddlebox: I believe you have to apt-get install kernel-headers12:59
mikebotdo i had: IDE1 master (hda) - 20.5 GB Maxtor12:59
zax1i know its beyond the scope of this channel, but how much would you say a coder will cost me? how big of a job is it ?12:59
rupan3mikebot: it should be pretty straight forward12:59
mikebotbelow that it said:12:59
FliesLikeALapzax1  it depends on the size of the job and what you want him to be doing and in what language12:59
mikebot#1 primary 20.5 GB (arrow here) (smiley here) NTFS12:59
mikebotbelow that it had:12:59
mikebotpri/log 8.2 MB FREE SPACE01:00
mikebotrupan3: yeah i know, but it didn't work01:00
maxkelleyzax1: hehe.. you probably won't be able to find one  :)01:00
riddleboxmaxkelley, I did apt-get install linux-headers-286?01:00
SoulPropagationzax1: you just want someone to set up a way to linux up a few custom boxes?01:00
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maxkelleyriddlebox: does it work now? :)01:00
riddleboxmaxkelley, no01:00
purplefeltangelHELP! krita keeps saying "error during autosave! partition full?" and then when i try to save it says THE SPECIFIED FOLDER DOES NOT EXIST OR WAS NOT READABLE01:00
mikebotso i went to the primary and tried to resize it and it didn't work01:00
mikebotit said it failed both times i tried to01:00
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zax1i dont know, i am getting confused with all thisese lines boucing at me,01:00
maxkelleyriddlebox: what system are you using this on?01:00
zax1i basiclay want to find a driver01:00
maxkelleyzax1: who isn't? :)01:01
amonkeyi just installed flight 4, but grub won't boot. it errors out 15: file not found. any ideas?01:01
zax1or a way for me to use the stock of usb modems i have01:01
riddleboxmaxkelley, what do you mean?01:01
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zax1instead of buying eth modems01:01
IdleOnepurplefeltangel:  try #kubuntu they can help with krita01:01
maxkelleyzax1: it's hard to find drivers sometimes.. a lot of more hardware should be supported in the next release. hopefully.01:01
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maxkelleyriddlebox: like, processor01:01
purplefeltangelidleone: already asked there nobody's answering.01:01
Madpilotamonkey, ask on #ubuntu+1 for Dapper stuff01:01
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alexwillmerDoes anyone knoww which software drives wiki.ubuntu.com?01:01
rupan3amonkey: your /boot is screwed01:01
maxkelleypurplefeltangel: what was your question?01:01
SoulPropagationpurplefeltangel: try re-saving01:02
Madpilotalexwillmer, MoinMoin is the wiki engine01:02
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riddleboxAMD Athlon 260001:02
purplefeltangelompaul sorush20, it is (A) old (B) there is big difference between a virus and a worm, #01:02
purplefeltangelompaul September 18, 2002 it died in a couple of days iirc01:02
purplefeltangeloops :S what was that?01:02
zax1right, so in your  opion how long of a job is it to write a linux driver for a usb modem, a basic interface-nothing fancy01:02
mikebotso in short it failed at partitioning my harddrive, is there another way i can get ubuntu to work?01:02
ompaulyou pasteing01:02
maxkelleyriddlebox: it shouldn't be 286 then..01:02
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maxkelleyzax1: it depends how locked up it is.01:02
purplefeltangelmaxkelley: HELP! krita keeps saying "error during autosave! partition full?" and then when i try to save it says THE SPECIFIED FOLDER DOES NOT EXIST OR WAS NOT READABLE.01:02
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alexwillmerMadpilot: thankyou, that makes sense with all the other python happenings01:02
maxkelleyzax1: google for ndiswrapper... it sometimes has help with that.01:02
zax1how locked up ? what do u mean ?01:02
riddleboxmaxkelley, it isnt01:02
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maxkelleypurplefeltangel: hmmm01:02
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maxkelleyzax1: how secured the manufacturer made it, as in how hard it is to figure out how the insides work.01:03
maxkelleyIdleOne: nice try :)01:03
avuPart of my music collection is in "strange" formats like m4a, wmv or ogg, is there any program which conviniently converts these to mp3 while/before sending them to my USB mp3 player?01:03
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IdleOnemaxkelley:  just wanted to see if anybody caught it :P01:03
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maxkelleyIdleOne: I was going through it... thinking.. that's strange...01:04
maxkelleyavu: google?01:04
amonkeyavu, amarok now features that. atleast the svn version does01:04
maxkelleynormally, chanserv gets pissed at you.. :)01:04
Madpilotavu, Audacity01:04
mikebotcan you play mp3s in ubuntu if they are on an ntfs?01:04
maxkelleymikebot: mount the partition.01:05
ompaulmaxkelley, or ops do when bad langauge is used, more so in this channel than anywhere else, we have this thing called the CoC01:05
mikebotmaxkelley: i don't know how01:05
maxkelleyompaul: for what?01:05
ompaulits a code of conduct01:05
maxkelleymikebot: mkdir /media/ntfs01:05
IdleOnemaxkelley:  you meant that chanserv gets angry and not ...01:05
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maxkelleymikebot: mount -t ntfs /dev/<drive> /media/ntfs01:05
mikebotmaxkelley: i don't know what that means01:05
ompaulIdleOne, well put01:06
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maxkelleymikebot: it's commands..01:06
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mikebotmaxkelley: commands in what?01:06
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maxkelleyFlannelKing: you better be sorry!! :P01:06
ompaulFlannelKing, stop01:06
maxkelleymikebot: the terminal..01:06
mikebotmaxkelley: what terminal?01:06
zax1maxkelly, that ndis looks very promising01:06
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zax1thanks will investigate01:06
FlannelKingsorry, putty and fullscreen and trying to click to get back to non fullscreen ;)01:06
maxkelleyzax1: good to be of any help01:06
maxkelleymikebot: Applications > accessories > terminal..01:07
riddleboxmaxkelley, I just cannot get that to compile01:07
maxkelleyyou need to be root, first01:07
mikebotmaxkelley: i'm not running ubuntu01:07
maxkelleymikebot: well why are you asking in here?01:07
maxkelleysomeone bash it :)01:07
IdleOne!lart me01:07
mikebotmaxkelley: because i'm trying to get the ubuntu instlal disc to partition my drive...i don't know where else i would ask for help on that01:07
IdleOnemikebot:  you can download it01:07
Rob_DudeI'm not sure if someone just asked this - but I need the path to the directory with the C header files that match my running Kernel...and I don't know what to do ;)01:08
maxkelleymikebot: erm.. so, what does listening to mp3's have to do with partitioning?01:08
mikebotIdleOne: i have the disc01:08
purplefeltangelmikebot: i partitioned my hard drive with the LiveCD.01:08
mikebotIdleOne: but when i rant he setup, it asked to aprtition a harddrive01:08
mikebotand i'm trying to do a dual boot thing01:08
maxkelleyRob_Dude: i think it's something like.. /lib/modules/ something :)01:08
mikebotpurplefeltangel:  livecd, is that free?01:08
purplefeltangelmikebot: yes.01:08
mikebotpurplefeltangel: /stable?01:08
IdleOnemikebot:  you have windows on that hd right?01:08
mikebotpurplefeltangel: okay thanks01:08
mikebotIdleOne: yes01:09
Morfosomomikebot, you have the install cd?01:09
h3axhow do i change the keyboard to become danish and keep the interface English/american or is that even possible ?01:09
mikebotMorfosomo: yes01:09
IdleOnemikebot:  when you get to the partitioning part choose use free space01:09
maxkelleymikebot: you should be able to create an extra partition with the extra space01:09
avuamonkey: thanks, I would like a sneak peak at 1.4 anyway, so I guess I will give it a try. Any idea if 1.4beta1 also features this already? It's not really clear to me from the changelogs.01:09
mikeboti only have 8.2 mb of free space01:09
maxkelleyh3ax: you should be able too.01:09
mikebotit says01:09
mikebotand 20.5 gb of ntfs01:09
Morfosomomikebot do you have any partitioning software in your original os?01:10
mikebotbut my c: drive is only using like 12gb01:10
maxkelleymikebot: well, you won't be able to install ubuntu then :) unless you overwrite your windows partition.01:10
IdleOnemike4263:  you may want to consider archiving some of them mp3's onto cd to make some room01:10
mikeboti have partition magic somewhere01:10
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wastrelmikebot:  did you defragment your ntfs drive?01:10
mikebotIdleOne: all my mp3s and crap are on my other internal slave hdd01:10
maxkelleyposh.. florida stole my IP block.01:10
sdquinnMy ubuntu install, 5.10, cannot contact the CUPS server and thereinwhich cannot print.01:10
mikebotwastrel: no, it takes a long time01:10
maxkelleymikebot: if you want to get rid of windows, install ubuntu on the master01:10
mikebotmaxkelley: no, i want to be able to use both01:10
maxkelleymikebot: you need to reformat your partition from within windows, I think.01:11
HammerBlade2020hunting momars01:11
Morfosomomikebot,.. you got to make available at least 10gb of hard disk for your install,. can install on less but thats just a recomendation01:11
wastrelmikebot:  at least when i did it, in order to shrink my windows partition, i had to defrag the drive first01:11
maxkelleyMorfosomo: I have about 5  :P01:11
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IdleOnemikebot:  if you dont need windows then format it and install ubuntu01:11
maxkelleydejx: nice hostmask :)01:11
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maxkelleyIdleOne: he needs windoze.01:11
luimusVaffanculo REX01:12
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mikeboti'm going to try to find my partition magic01:12
luimusVaffanculo Loz01:12
mikebotand then ask for more help01:12
rupan3mikebot: defrag, boot cd, partition, reboot.  boot windows, chkdisk, defrag, boot cd, partition, reboot.  until you have enough space01:12
IdleOneluimus:  please dont use that language01:12
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dejxmaxkelley, thank you, if you need, query me01:12
mikebotrupan3: haha that makes it sound very easy01:12
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carolinewhere can i just chat?01:12
mzinzWhats the cmd to see info about my system?01:12
maxkelleydejx: nah.01:12
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maxkelleycaroline: #ubuntu-offtopic01:12
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luimusI'm sorry cugliuniiii01:12
Madpilotcaroline, type '/join #ubuntu-offtopic' without the quotes01:13
Morfosomoyou could 1) use partition magic to resize your c drive and then use "use free space " during instalation" or 2) back up all your data,.. use the windows instalation to erase all formating and do a 10 gb drive and install there then use the ubuntu again to use freed space01:13
elihello everyone, anyone familiar with sh installs? im about done with the installation, but it now asks for the location of the java files01:13
maxkelleycaroline: or any other channel they don't mind having you chat.01:13
dejxwe had this project in school about coding, and all names in my language was taken01:13
luimusCiao eli!!01:13
dejxand coding.org, so i gave NULL on o01:13
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lozdoes anybody know how to get the amazing x j l for ubunot, or how to install?01:13
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elihola luimis ;)01:13
Madpilotmzinz, which info do you want?01:13
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maxkelleyloz: Xgl you mean?01:14
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lozis it poss to install xjl for ubuntu?01:14
mzinzMadpilot, like cpu, ram, etc01:14
koloaanyone know of a c compiler? apt-get????01:14
elixgl, good stuff01:14
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koloai need to configure mysql and ruby01:14
lscdkoke: gcc01:14
lscdkoloa, even01:14
lozxgl makes me wet myself!01:14
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Madpilotkoloa, build-essential01:14
ubotuI guess b-e is no make ?  you need build-essential or if you get errors saying gcc cannot create executables, or that you can't find header files like stdio.h, you need to do a    sudo apt-get install build-essential.01:14
koloaapt-get build0essential?01:14
maxkelleyloz: I'm happy to hear that. Please look in synaptic.01:14
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Madpilotmzinz, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BasicCommands <-- see the System Commands section01:15
rupan3mikebot: it should be pretty easy01:15
rupan3mikebot: unless something goes wrong ;)01:15
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Madpilotkoloa, build-essential01:15
lozwe can't seem to install it01:15
maxkelleyloz: how absolutely pleasant. may I get you a paper towel?01:15
dejxhow do i disable root account?01:15
dejxsudo passwd -l root ?01:16
rupan3it's disabled by default01:16
Madpilot!tell dejx about root01:16
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maxkelleyloz: do you have the universe, multiverse, and restricted repositories enabled?01:16
dejxjea but i enabled it.01:16
maxkelleydejx: since when was it disabled? I never knew that..01:16
maxkelleyloz: well then, enabled them :001:16
Madpilotdejx, check the RootSudo wiki page, it's got disabling instructions01:16
maxkelleybah, you know what I mean.01:16
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bonboni am trying to mount a hard disk ide using things command :  sudo mount -t ext3 /dev/hdb /mnt/new01:17
bonbon   it gives me thing error :mount: /dev/hdb already mounted or /mnt/new busy01:17
bonbon - i have formated the drive already (ext2) and it has stuff on it01:17
maxkelleywhy would you disable root? that's dumb..01:17
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ubotuwell, mount is the command to add partitions to your filesystem - for full instructions see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/InstallingANewHardDrive For mounting windows partitions, see !windowsdrives or http://tinyurl.com/bly9f01:17
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dejxmaxkelley, i dont need it.01:17
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maxkelleydejx: werd.01:17
IdleOne!tell maxkelley  about root01:17
ompauldejx, okay you may have done that we don't encourage people to do that - sudo kjust works and enabling the root password has side effects01:17
amphibonbon: you have a shell or something using /mnt/new ?01:17
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amphibonbon: mount with no args will show what's mounted and where01:18
lscd maxkelley: disabling root isn't really dumb - osx does it by default as well01:18
ompaulmaxkelley, it ain't weird, its how we do stuff in Ubuntu and it just works :)(01:18
maxkelleyMadpilot: I'm so glad we know, now.01:18
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maxkelleylscd: well, in that case, I'm dumb :)01:18
ompaulmaxkelley, you just did not know that is all01:18
UbunterI have the next error while booting, I guess thats why my net card isn't workin: <<<ne2k-pci: probe of 0000:00:0c failed with error -16>>>01:18
MorgEveryone: When someone wanders in here and has problem with their hardware, your first response shouldn't just be "Go buy new hardware."01:18
IdleOneompaul:  well put01:18
dejxi didnt know i can use user's password for sudo01:19
ompaulIdleOne, I do try01:19
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lscdMorg: will you offer to buy new hardware for them instead? ;)01:19
ompauldejx, only the first user that is on the machine01:19
blankyhey guys01:19
Morglscd: Uhh, no, I'd either stfu or elaborate.01:19
lscdompaul: not those in the wheel group?01:19
blankyis there an ubuntu development channel01:19
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IdleOneblanky:  done ()01:19
maxkelleyblanky: topic.01:20
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blankyIdleOne, done?01:20
ubotuI give up. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, anthony01:20
ubotuwell, w32codecs is a compilation of binary win32 A/V codecs for many popular proprietary formats not currently supported by free implementations under linux. See http://tinyurl.com/e4a5s to install01:20
IdleOneblanky:  you said never mind01:20
ompaullscd, not using wheel admin, and then it works, but it is all onthat page01:20
anthonyamphi: thanks =)01:20
bonbonamphi: it doesnt say that hdb is mounted01:20
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ueinhow to make a lilo CD boot ?01:20
MorgTwice now a friend of mine has come in here asking for help on his sound card. Twice he's just been told "go buy a cheap PCI card" and that's it. This doesn't help when you're trying to GET SOMEONE TO SWITCH.01:21
freebsehi, i got a problem with gcc4.0 ubuntu package (i guess it is broken)... it links wrong (manually edited that) and still not working, the only sollution I found is using the gcc4.0 from debian US01:21
IdleOneMorg:  who said that to him?01:21
freebseMorg: if it is an onboard chip it can not be supported at all, so this is only the trutrh not rude behavior01:21
maxkelleyMorg: we're not a help desk really.. we're just volunteers, and ubuntu can't cover all hardware..01:22
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amphibonbon: hdb is a disk, not a partition01:22
blankyhey, I asked in #mono but no one's there, I want to know if monodevelop has any WYSIWYG, GLADE like editing for C# window applications01:22
Morgfreebse: I have an onboard chip that works fine, thanks01:22
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freebsein this case alsa does not cover this hardware...01:22
maxkelleyfreebse: me too:)01:22
ompaulMorg, different chips different machines01:22
MorgIdleOne: Seyekoh was the first one01:22
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optishhi guys01:22
ompaulMorg, different chips same machine01:22
Morgompaul: Yes. I was just pointing out that his assertion was wrong.01:22
freebseand Morg, I do too, but this is no gurantee that it works all the time01:22
irvkentook an hour to install gaian, but sudo works now01:22
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irvkengoing to take some getting used to though01:23
IdleOneMorg:  it's possible they tried to help him and couldnt get it working ..granted telling him to buy a cheap card may not have been the right answer but I dont think it was meant to be mean or anything01:23
diGVargurhello a litl help01:23
diGVargur<diGVargur> samoura@dhcppc0:~/Desktop$ /.psotnic-0.2.5-linux-static -p conf.hub01:23
diGVargur[00:21]  <diGVargur> bash: /.psotnic-0.2.5-linux-static: No such file or directory01:23
dejxdejx@notebook:~$ sudo passwd -l root01:23
dejxPassword changed.01:23
Unityso many ppl pasting!01:23
MorgIdleOne: No, the first response to his question was simply "Seyekoh: $15 SBLive PCI card"01:23
brennerdiGVargur: ./ not /.01:23
maxkelleydiGVargur: please don't paste.01:23
dejxsorry !01:24
irvkenright now to see if I get get all my old mepis files back01:24
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optishis it possible with samba to have user level security but still have a share that is public that does not prompt for a username/password?01:24
maxkelleyMorg: yes.. I hate when people do that. What exactly is the card?01:24
ompaulMorg, when it can't be done that is usually a fast solution that works,  if he wants to pay someone to code that particular card, but the card for a new user is usually the most cost effective way, in terms of their frustration and other peoples ability to help, by any chance did you get it working?01:24
IdleOneMorg:  well Im not the official Ubuntu anything but I apologise for that answer on behalf of everybody who is trying to help01:24
freebseIdleOne: exactly this is the case, b.t.w. if someone start bit''''g at ppl for not working hardware, this is only fair to tell him to get new one01:24
Morgmaxkelley: Realtek ALC650 6 Ch with built-in HP amplifier Integrated APU01:24
mikebotokay, i got the ntfs down to only 12 gb, do i want to amke the new partition for ubuntu ntfs as well?01:24
irvkenhow do i upgrade firefox01:24
dejxnetwork-admin is very cool, is anythink like that for console ?01:24
alterooDoes the ubuntu installer resize partitions non-destructively?01:24
maxkelleyMorg: google it.01:24
mikebotand the 500mb swap one?01:24
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MorgIdleOne: Well, thanks for letting me vent anyway. :)01:24
wastrelubotu tell irvken about firefox1.501:25
maxkelleymikebot: no...01:25
DShepherdDoes the ubuntu installer resize partitions non-destructively?01:25
maxkelleymikebot: you can't.01:25
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mikebotmaxkelley: what do i want it fat32 or soemthing?01:25
maxkelleyDShepherd: I don't believe so.01:25
rupan3DShepherd: it worked for me01:25
maxkelleymikebot: the default, ext301:25
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IdleOneMorg:  np dude but next time and I hope there isnt a next time come to #ubuntu-offtopic where the situation can be resolved in a quiter channel ()01:25
rupan3i still have a usable windows xp partition01:25
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maxkelleyrupan3: oh.. well then.01:25
DShepherdrupan3: what version of ubuntu were you using?01:25
rupan3until i get all the useful files off of it, that is01:26
mikebotmaxkelley:  cluster size01:26
maxkelleymikebot: eh?01:26
freebsewhatever argghhh01:26
DShepherdmaxkelley: have you ever tried?01:26
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ompaulIdleOne, its only quite when your there, we all talk about you when your gone :)01:26
maxkelleyDShepherd: well, um. I think so :P01:26
IdleOnefreebse:  lets drop it and get back to helping ppl ()01:26
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mzinzIs it normal that update-notifier, and notifier-ar take up nearly 45% of my resources sometimes?01:26
DShepherdrupan3: I wonder if dapper does it too?01:26
IdleOneompaul:  I know01:26
maxkelleyhey svara01:26
mzinzShould I kill the processes?01:26
mikebotmaxkelley: wait, so on my hd, i'm going to have 3 partitions, one ofr windows (ntfs), one for linux (ext3), and one for swap(ext3)?01:26
DShepherdmaxkelley: you thinks so :-P01:26
MorgIdleOne: Well, I wasn't just coming here to shout into my pillow. I was hoping the last person who made this kind of remake realized they were losing potential Linux converts.01:27
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maxkelleymikebot: mkay :)01:27
ProhibitedHi, I use ubuntu to run my servers and stuff.. at times I can log in like text-based so it doesn't load any programs, Ic an just load what I need and it doesn't take up as much memory.. how do I do this again01:27
rupan3DShepherd: i just did a nuke and pave on my laptop, but on my desktop i partitioned off half of teh master drive and installed ubuntu on it01:27
maxkelleyDShepherd: heeh, yeah ;)01:27
mikebotmaxkelley: is that right?01:27
freebseIdleOne: ya well sorry but I know the whole story... anyway let's forget it01:27
mzinzHow do you kill processes?01:27
Rob_DudeHow can I see what kernel I'm running?01:27
maxkelleymikebot: whatever you want..01:27
rupan3the windows partition still boots, through GRUB01:27
anthonybetween mplayer and  vlc, which one(s) work [better]  with embedded wmv/quicktime/real files?01:27
DShepherdrupan3:  oh ok01:27
amphiRob_Dude: uname -r01:27
freebsemzinz: ps -e and pick the prozess and kill (prozess-no)01:27
irvkenwastrel, jeez that's a fair amount of work, can't I just use synaptic?01:27
maxkelleyRob_Dude: uname -a01:27
wastrelirvken:  not on breezy01:27
rupan3anthony: i like vlc for everything, but i don't really know mplayer too well01:27
irvkenwhat is breezy?01:28
mikebotokay, let's see if this works01:28
mzinzfreebse, is it strange that update-notifier and notifier-ar are taking up 45% of my resources?01:28
lscdi generally use mplayer; it can be quirky, but when it works, it tends to work well01:28
wastrelirvken:  the current stable version of ubuntu is code-named breezy badger01:28
anthonyrupan3: okay, thank you01:28
ProhibitedSomeone help me- Hi, I use ubuntu to run my servers and stuff.. at times I can log in like text-based so it doesn't load any programs, Ic an just load what I need and it doesn't take up as much memory.. how do I do this again01:28
maxkelleyirvken: the latest ubuntu ver (stable)01:28
bonbonamphi: mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/hdb1,01:28
bonbon       missing codepage or other error01:28
bonbon       In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try01:28
bonbon       dmesg | tail  or so01:28
navaronemikebot if you are planning on sharing files between ubuntu and windows you may want to consider making a fat32 partition as well so you can do so01:28
blankyhey guys what's the one thing, hardlink? to make my stuff faster cuase ubuntu is FRICKIN SLOW01:28
ubotublanky: No idea, try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/01:28
irvkenis that 5.10 ?01:28
ubotuNo idea, try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, blanky01:28
ompaulbonbon, don't paste in the channel01:28
freebsemzinz: it is when not having a PI 133Mhz :)01:28
amphibonbon: what is /dev/hdb1 ?01:28
wastrelProhibited:  remove gdm maybe01:28
irvkenI thought that was hoarry or hoarty or something01:28
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freebsemzinz: but this can also be temporary01:29
maxkelleyirvken: er. whatever :)01:29
mikebotfuck i have a bad feeling about this01:29
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wastrelirvken:  hoary is the previous version, breezy is the current one.01:29
mikebotokay brb01:29
ompaulirvken, 5.10 is the latest release version01:29
mikebothas to reboot01:29
rupan3blanky: forget gnome and install xfce401:29
bonbonamphi: my second hard disk01:29
ompaulmikebot, Language Please01:29
ueinhow to make a lilo CD boot ?01:29
blankyrupan3, lol thanks01:29
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blankyi'll try kde though01:29
irvkenompaul, indeed that seemed to be the most uptodate version on the downloads section of the website01:29
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rupan3blanky: rofl01:30
mangelohios all, i got a quick questionioes, concerning (what i think) is windows domain controllers, and ubuntu01:30
Rob_DudeGeez...70mb for linux headers?01:30
blankyrupan3, :)01:30
rupan3blanky: gnome is too slow on your computer, and you're going to run KDE?01:30
Rob_DudeThat's a lot of code :)01:30
irvkenhow do i know if it's breezy or hoary?01:30
xcc2 troubles with fluxbox: libimlib2 not installed and cant find menu01:30
blankyhey guys what's the command in linux to run python, #!/bin/python ?01:30
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ompaulblanky, in a script?01:30
wastrelirvken:  lsb_release -a01:31
mjrblanky, generally python resides in /usr/bin01:31
blankyrupan3, ubuntu is slow period, it's always been the same. I have a +2500 AMD Barton, 512MB DDR, 40 GBs, and an ATI 9800 Pro, might not be the latest but even windows runs faster01:31
IdleOnexcc:  right click on the desktop01:31
irvkenoh right, I've got it01:31
blankythanks mjr01:31
irvkenbreezy it is then01:31
xcc2please help! i have troubles with fluxbox: libimlib2 not installed and cant find menu...01:31
ompaulblanky, /usr/bin/python -=-- you can find this with which python01:31
rupan3blanky: something's got to be wrong there01:31
blankyrupan3, at first I thought it was a vid card problem but it isn't, cuase my 3d programs run fine01:31
mjrblanky, though sometimes the trick #!/usr/bin/env python is used01:31
irvkenI think I'll leave the firefox update to tomorrow01:31
mjrblanky, (env searches for python in the path)01:31
blankyrupan3, please help me cuase I've been trying to fix this forever!01:31
mzinzfreebse, haha.01:31
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blankythanks ompaul and mjr01:31
irvken5 linux installs in one day to get a working one is enough for me, don't want to break it yet01:32
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blankyrupan3, ?01:32
ompaulblanky, np01:32
xccIdleOne, i do it )01:32
Unityirvken: how did that happen?01:32
rupan3blanky: i've been running xfce4 and my 2.4ghz fast as lightning with 512mb DDR on a 80 gig drive it shares half of with XP01:32
IdleOnexcc:  it work?01:32
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blankyrupan3, exactly, and does GNOME or KDE run fine on your pc?01:33
xccyes but flux box is not installin'01:33
Unityi like it when nerds feel the need to show off their hardware for no reason. "so i was writing my essay on my 3.8 GHZ 4 GIG RAM 500 GIG HDD"01:33
rupan3blanky: they run alright, but not impressively quick01:33
blankyexactly :'(01:33
ubotumethinks fluxbox is a lightweight window manager.  Installation instructions at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Fluxbox.  More information at http://fluxbox.sourceforge.net01:33
rupan3blanky: xfce runs like a crack dealer from the cops01:33
irvkenI attempted to upgrade my 18 month old mepis install this morning and broke it to the point I caouldn't recover it, so I then atwice attempted to install the new version of mepis01:33
blankyso much for frickin linux being faster, oh well I'm not fighting, dont wanna start a fight :(01:33
IdleOnedinner time!01:34
navaronerupan3, yeah I find xfce pretty fast too...and I'm on a Athlon 1.2ghz w/512 ram...and it's not that hard to make it seem pretty much like gnome anyway <s>01:34
blankyrupan3, yeah but I thought that gnome or kde should run fine on such a pc01:34
irvkenwhich is very buggy01:34
rupan3yeah it does run fine01:34
mangeloim using ubuntu (debian..kernel 2.6.xxx i forget exact numbers). and im setting up a server for a windows based lan (w/ an ubuntu box as the fserver)01:34
mangelo<mangelo> i can connect via putty, and ssh, but how do i configure the windows domain controllers (is that what i need to fix?) in order to have windows recognize it as a network drive01:34
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rupan3blanky: do you have any swap set up?01:34
irvkenafter discussion with lilo no less (among others) I thought I'd give ubuntu a try01:34
wastrelblanky:  upgrading to firefox 1.5 will speed up your web browsing too.  the ff 1.0.7 in breezy is dog slow for some reason01:34
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flixim using synaptic to install kdelibs4-dev, but it tells me "Depends: kdelibs4-dev but it is not going to be installed", and then when I try to install that same error occurs for other packages... it never ends, how can I make synaptic download everything it needs to be downloaded so I can be set to download kdebase-dev package?01:34
mzinzIs it possible to make a ls -l to connect/disconnect my LAN / WLAN connections?01:34
irvkenbut the first time didn't work and this is the second01:34
irvkenwhich seems ok01:35
blankyrupan3, like 500 mbs I think, or was it 1.5 gigs, how cna i check?01:35
rupan3navarone: with all the themes and stuff, my xfce looks way sicker than i could have made gnome look01:35
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Unityirvken: you might have a hard time accidentally breaking ubuntu01:35
dyrneblanky, for faster less memory etc install xubuntu as alternative to gnome01:35
rupan3navarone: i've got it tricked out like a mexican lowrider01:35
k31thrupan3: well happy with this deskto p01:35
blankywastrel, kay thanks01:35
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amphimangelo: you need samba01:35
rupan3k31th: good to hear it :)01:35
blankydyrne, thanks sir, but I thought that with linux, with all the 'its fast!' buzz going around, I'd be able to run gnome or kde adequately01:35
brennerrupan3: screenshot?01:35
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navaroneruapn I am not too concerned with the look really...I try to keep things a bit darker to save the eyes though...but no big transparency or other effects01:35
navaronerupan does it bounce at a button push? lol01:36
wastrelubotu:  tell blanky about ff1.501:36
xccIdleOne, u undstnd me? i have fluxbox.deb only and which apt-get install libimlib2 i have no effect and dont find 'menu' for this manager01:36
irvkenbiab, just going to try and mount the old drive with all my files on it01:36
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k31thblanky: go use windows ME thats alot faster than linux01:36
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amphiblanky: on what hw?01:37
blankyk31th, you're right01:37
k31thno i was actually taking the piss01:37
flixplease, anyone?01:37
rupan3navarone: it will once i can figure out how to stick luminocity on here and stay with my gtk/xfwm themes01:37
ompaulk31th, please01:37
k31thblanky: wat did u expect ?01:37
blankyamphi, +2500 AMD Barton, 512MB DDR, 40 GBs, ATI Radeon 9800 PRO 128mb01:37
flixim using synaptic to install kdelibs4-dev, but it tells me "Depends: kdelibs4-dev but it is not going to be installed", and then when I try to install that same error occurs for other packages... it never ends, how can I make synaptic download everything it needs to be downloaded so I can be set to download kdebase-dev package?01:37
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khafraI just installed 64 bit Ubuntu, and have found that my MX 1000 stops responding randomly 'til I unplug and replug it.  Could this be a 64 specific driver issue?01:37
blankyat first I thought it was a vid card prob but i guess it aint01:37
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LiteHeddedhow do you burn vob files in gnomebaker?01:37
k31thto be able to install linux on a slow machine and it to run fast01:37
amphiblanky: what's the problem?01:37
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xccIdleOne, maybe libraries in my ubuntu have some conflicts?01:38
dyrneblanky, on less than 512 mb ram i wouldnt use gnome or kde it would just frustrate me01:38
khafraAnd should I do the 32 bit chroot thing, or just install 32 bit ubuntu?01:38
k31thnlshould run fine01:38
k31thblanky: should run fine*01:38
blankyamphi, everything's too slow :'( I remember something about hardlink, or was it hotlink01:38
VerithraxCan't figure out how to get my mike working under Linux. The mixer says it's working and I can hear myself when I turn on the microphone, but it's not recording.01:38
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k31thi do have a gig of ram tho01:38
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Tinbasheranybody here good with kororaa?01:38
blankyk31th, yeah it should run fine, I have pretty big swap too, but it kinda isn't oh well01:38
amphiblanky: is something eating your processor? top would tell you01:38
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blankyhmm letme check01:38
rupan3blanky: how much space did you slice out for you swap partition?01:38
Installer36flix make sure your repositories are upto date01:39
mjrVerithrax, is there a red cross on the mic picture in the gnome volume control thing?01:39
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k31thblanky: try apt-get install xubuntu-desktop01:39
blankyk31th, for xfce?01:39
Tinbashergot a prompt but can't get gui to boot up01:39
blankyrupan3, I think I got 1.5 gigs for my swap01:39
flixinstaller36, thank you01:39
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xccsomebody tell me date of kde4 release01:39
amphiblanky: dma is enabled on your hd?01:39
k31thblanky: tbh i couldnt live with less than a gig these days01:39
Installer36k31th can you do that with xfce if you have flux box01:39
k31thbut iv ran X on far less01:40
blankyhey guys, I was thinking trying out KDE first to see if it was good, most likely wont stay with it but would it be pretty easy to uninstall/remove/purge? deborphan?01:40
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khafra64 bit vs. 32 bit Ubuntu:  Can it cause mouse issues?01:40
blankyk31th, some of us have less of an economic status01:40
mjrkhafra, not really01:40
rupan3what i would do is make a separate partition for home01:40
k31thblanky: i can understand that01:40
khaframjr: Damn. Then what could my problem with the MX 1000 stopping responding be?01:40
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rupan3and then just reinstall when you want to try the different ubuntu flavors01:40
k31thInstaller36: can you run xfce  and fluxbox ?01:41
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mjrblanky, well, pretty easy, you could eg. remove some essential KDE library and have pretty much the whole kit'n'kaboodle go with it01:41
varsendaggerhey can i physically install a new harddrive and then mmake part of it swap, or is that somthing that i needed to do at install?01:41
blankymjr, okay thanks sir01:41
blankythanks k31th to you too01:41
anthonyhow do i mount my dvd/cd-rom drive? (has something to do with the unhide option and /etc/fstab, but can't remember exactly what)01:41
k31thno worrys dude01:41
Installer36if i already have flux box can i sudo apt-get install xfce aalso01:41
khafraWould it be more trouble to do the 32 bit chroot thing for the programs that need it, or download and replace my 64 bit Ubuntu install with a 32 bit?01:41
k31thInstaller36: of corse01:41
bimberivarsendagger: the former01:41
rupan3varsendagger: you can slice a chunk off for swap, sure.01:41
amphiblanky: did you find any process eating your cpu? what does uptime show your load average to be?01:42
mjrkhafra, I'd do the chroot thing, but that's me01:42
k31thyou can add a swap part anytime01:42
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mjrkhafra, in fact, I _have_ done the chroot thing01:42
blankyamphi, sorry never found the resource viewer01:42
amphik31th: or file, for that matter01:42
amphiblanky: type uptime in a terminal01:42
blankyamphi, , nevermind I found it01:42
khafraHehe, aright then.  I've never chrooted, so I'll do it for the experience, in  case I ever wanna Apache01:42
amphiblanky: or top01:42
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brenneranthony: are you in console-mode? b/c gnome should automount your discs01:43
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EnsignRedshirtHello, world.01:43
blankyamphi, nothing's really taking cycles away that much, but my java process is taking 298 mb of virtual memory01:43
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varsendaggerk31th, do i just format it and then go to fstab?01:44
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blankywas, I closed limewire01:44
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amphiblanky: what's your load average?01:44
blankyfirefox is taking like 110.3 mb01:44
k31thvarsendagger: ?? wat was the question ? are you trying to add a swap part ?01:44
EnsignRedshirtDo I need version 2.6.15 of the kernel to use PPTP to connect to a VPN?01:44
blankywow not even windows, unless this is different01:44
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k31thblanky: ff loves to eat ram01:44
Artemis3its the same in windows01:44
anthonybrenner: i think i got it "mount /media/cdrom/" is what i did and it seems to  be  working, thanks =)01:44
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flixinstaller36, you are the man!! Thank you, the repositories I had were for ubuntu 5.04 and not for 5.10,  I got them off ubuntuguide.org, which was a mistake because the info there is for 5.04, thank you again01:44
amphiblanky: ff is taking 'only' 237MB here ;(01:44
Rob_DudeSo...if I were to download 70mb worth of Linux kernel headers using apt-get; where would I find those files?01:45
blankyamphi, lol01:45
k31thlet me look here01:45
blankyI'm a try install KDE01:45
Installer36you welcome01:45
Artemis3just don't leave it open forever, with a session saver just close it and open it from time to time01:45
brennerRob_Dude: dpkg  -L <package name>01:45
amphiblanky: I have an ok cpu and 1.5GB ram on this laptop, but I still prefer lightweight window managers; openbox at the moment01:46
k31th586mb of ram being used atm01:46
Rob_DudeHey, how would I make one of those 'virtual directories' or linked directories?01:46
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Rob_Dudeer, bah, I don't even know what it's called01:46
Artemis31,5gb in a laptop....01:46
amphiblanky: apt-cache show openbox01:46
blankyLOL Artemis3 , i know01:46
dyrneblanky, thats like the ultimate in minimalism01:46
amphiArtemis3: it came with 512MB but I got 1GB upgrade01:46
Artemis3which lightweight wm you like?01:47
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EnsignRedshirtAnyone familiar with connecting to a VPN with PPTP?01:47
Razor-X`Ratpoison forever! :D.01:47
k31thEnsignRedshirt: yes01:47
EnsignRedshirtk31th: OK, just wondering...01:48
amphiArtemis3: I use openbox ATM - I was using wmii, but it was buggy and slow, and now the devs have removed sloppy focus; I have openbox set up so I can do everything via keyboard anyway01:48
k31thEnsignRedshirt: are you connecting from linux there is a front end tool...01:48
Artemis3i like wmaker01:48
k31thpptpconfig iirc01:48
k31thits in apt as well iirc01:48
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Artemis3ok, interesting01:48
Jae686how do i set a PATH on ubuntu ?01:49
k31thright bedtime, night all01:49
Artemis3for us with memory in the "megs" range01:49
wastrelJae686:  path for what?01:49
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brennerRob_Dude: use ln -s?  i could be horribly wrong though01:49
EnsignRedshirtk31th: I have the package pptp-linux installed, but that does not give me pptpconfig.01:50
amphiArtemis3: I used wmaker a long while back01:50
Artemis3i still like it..01:50
amphiArtemis3: yeah, it's a treat for me to finally have a large amount of ram01:50
Jae686for a dir01:50
jmghey all01:50
jmgim having an issue with xv01:51
Artemis3hmm with that ram you could use e17 with all the bells and whistles01:51
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jmgxvinfo shows an overlay device but it doesnt want to work01:51
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Jae686i put it on /etc/profile, but it does not show on the "env" command01:51
amphiArtemis3: povray eats that ram quite well ;)01:51
Artemis3ah well, there is always that...01:52
amphiArtemis3: I'm not interested in wm eyecandy really01:52
VerithraxAh, works  now.01:52
Artemis3and pc emulation01:52
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EnsignRedshirtThe VPN network that I am trying to connect has pretty simple instructions... for Win2K or XP.01:52
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VerithraxPeople with VIA 82xx boards: The mike is connected to the capture device, not to the microphone one, for some reason.01:52
amphiArtemis3: yeah, I run sometimes 3 guest OSes under qemu01:52
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Artemis3that explains it01:52
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wastrelJae686:  did you log out & back in again?01:53
Jae686Artemis3,  beware that e17 segfaults to hell and back01:53
Jae686wastrel, y01:53
EnsignRedshirtJae686: ...at least is comes back :)01:54
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Jae686most of the time01:54
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Artemis3amphi had plenty of memory for debugging ^^01:54
casDoes anyone knows a simple way to encode parts of a dvd to an avi/mpg?01:54
casI have ripped the vob files, but can't find a video editor that can edit them.01:55
rupan3good question01:55
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Toma-cas, use acidrip or dvdrip to extract them and encode them to an mpeg01:55
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mike-e_12  *  *  *  * ~/public_html/chicagochat/IRCStats-1.0/gen <--will that run my shell script every 12 minutes or at the 12'th minute of every hour?01:55
anthonyif the command for mount is mnt, what's the command for un-mounting?01:56
Jae686its a pitty that e17 is taking soo long01:56
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blankyhey guys01:56
blankyhow do you un-bz2 an archive01:56
Jae686if it came out "stable" a few years ago.....01:56
casToma-: but i still need to edit them, and it would save me days encode time if i could edit them before encoding01:56
brenneranthony: umount01:56
mike-e_bunzip2 file01:56
avumike-e_: the latter. */12 instead of 12 would do the first01:56
Madpilotblanky, just double-click on it, the Archive Manager should open01:56
avumike-e_: see man 5 crontab01:56
anthonybrenner: what about stoppinga device?01:57
mike-e_ok thanks01:57
amphiArtemis3: heh01:57
rupan3blanky: tar jxvf filename.tar.bz201:57
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brenneranthony: stopping?01:57
Toma-cas encoding to mpeg doesnt take long. a vob is basically an encrypted mpeg anyway. all youre doing is removing the encryption...01:57
anthonybrenner: yes, i'm trying to unmount my cd rom, it says it's busy, so i have to stop it first01:57
Artemis3needs more people developing, or maybe ebuntu should open some rewards ;)01:57
Toma-and mpeg is an uncompress format, so any video editor should be able to do it01:57
amphicas: you can use mplayer -dumpstream and just dump what you want01:57
khafraWhy does my Logitech MX1000 mouse just stop responding for no apparent reason every 3-5 minutes of use (doesn't happen when I'm away) and not start responding 'til I pull out the usb connector and put it in again?01:58
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brenneranthony: it's not currently in use is it?01:58
anthonybrenner: no it's not01:58
brenneranthony: in that case, if umount doesn't seem to be working. i'd just force it and do a 'sudo eject'01:59
blankyhow do you un-tar an archive01:59
amphianthony: something may be using the mount point as a working directory01:59
blankytar xvf?01:59
ttreadanthony you could try lsof | grep cdrom01:59
amphiblanky: tar.gz?01:59
biloypwhat command do I use to see a list of processes01:59
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blankyamphi, just .tar01:59
ttreadit will tell you which app is tying it tup01:59
amphiblanky: yeah, tar xvf foo.tar01:59
stingray|biloyp, you could use "top" or "ps aux"01:59
khafraIt's like I only have so many feet I can move the mouse before it dies, and I have to reset it.01:59
amphiblanky: the 'v' is just for verbose listing02:00
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blankyyeah i know, thanks amphi02:00
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biloypthx stingray02:00
anthonyit's wine acting up, trying to install world of warcraft throught he cd-rom, haha, now i have to change the installation cd02:00
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Rob_DudeDoes WoW run with Wine?02:01
SherckoMhi hello02:01
casToma-, amphi: tnx i will try it, do you know a GUI video editor by any change?02:01
anthonyi'm trying to get it to run, following the howto posted on ubuntu forum02:01
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VerithraxCan I get KDE from the standard Ubuntu repos?02:01
anthonyjust trying to stop this damn device so i can eject my cd rom02:02
Rob_DudeThat's awesome.02:02
amphicas: LIVES is a simple one, not overly useful I don't think, and there's cinelerra - I don't know of others02:02
MadpilotVerithrax, yes - install "kubuntu-desktop"02:02
Rob_DudeLoL, except the whole reason I installed Linux was to stop playing games all day02:02
SherckoManyone has ran RAID HD's on linux 2.6 ?02:02
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SherckoMliek me Rob_Dude xD02:02
mike-e_I'm trying to start a crontab that runs a shell script in a sub directory in a shell account of mine, for irc channel stats. the crontab needs to execute a binary however in the crontab file I specified */30  *  *  *  * /public_html/chicagochat/IRCStats-1.0/gen - I get a cron mail to my account saying /public_html/chicagochat/IRCStats-1.0/gen: not found - any ideas on how i can get it working?02:02
stingray|i installed linux just to play a lot of tuxracer =/02:03
SherckoMhas anyone run SATA Raid disks on linux 2.6 ?02:03
trooper00i'm looking for an affordable laptop that will run linux without many major glitches. is the dell inspiron 6000 a good choice? anyone using this notebook?02:03
casamphi: i will check them out, i was looking for cinerella but forgot the name and couldn't find it anywhere02:03
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VerithraxCool, thanks.02:03
amphicas: 'cinelerra' I believe ;)02:03
brennerstingray|: is that still shareware?02:03
Artemis3used to be called broadcast...02:04
amphiArtemis3: what? cinelerra?02:04
elektronauthi everybody! i need a new kernel as i got some problem with vmware. already tried 2.6.15 which gave me a lot of trouble. i want to try 2.6.14. what do you advice: or a patched 2.6.14 (ck9 or archck7)?02:05
casamphi: cant find it in dapper02:05
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EnsignRedshirtOK, so I ran the "vpn" script that I found in the ubuntu wiki, and it didn't report any errors.  How know it is working?  Sorry for the dumb question, but... how do I *use* a VPN?02:05
EnsignRedshirts/How know/How do I know/02:05
brennermike-e_: does /public_html/chicagochat/IRCStats-1.0/gen actually exist?02:05
elektronautoh yes, i'm using breezy.02:05
mike-e_brenner : yes02:05
Rob_Dudeelektronaut:  I just finished installing VMware Server - what's the error you are getting?02:05
amphicas: you could try an build it, but I suspect it's a pain02:05
biloypxmule don't work so good....doesn't want to close..hcommand linead to kill it from02:06
elektronauti have vmware workstation.02:06
brennermike-e_: just checking02:06
baboI have a sed problem, I want the output of URL_ENCODED_DESCRIPTION=`php -r "echo rawurlencode('$URL_ENCODED_DESCRIPTION');"` to be assigned to my shell variable after being run through the sed command     sed 's/%0A%0D/%0A%0D/g'  ?02:06
mike-e_brenner: all it is is a script that runs the following command: ircstats ~/eggdrop/logs/chicagochat.log ircstats.cfg02:06
Rob_Dude(I'm a newb, but I thought you might be having the same issue)02:06
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baboI seem to only be able to process sed in a file ... I want it in a shell variable02:06
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stingray|brenner, no idea, i was kidding02:07
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stingray|havent played tuxracer for years02:07
aridesehi guys how do i convert from asf to mp302:07
matthew_wHey, is there something like Visual C++ for Linux?  Like, an GUI/IDE?02:07
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elektronautRob_Dude: At first it worked.02:07
wastrelbabo:  you can't run sed on a shell variable, you can however pipe input to sed.02:07
Jsmhi iv installed apache thru the package mangment and i need to knlow were it installs it02:07
aridesematthew_w, other than a text editor, noo... use VMware or Wine, or go back to windows if you want to develop02:07
VerithraxDoes Dapper come with Firefox 1.5?02:07
_jasonVerithrax: yes02:07
blankymatthew_w, monodevelop is looking a lot like it, then there's eclipse-sdk which I recommend02:07
Rob_DudeAhh, nevermind - my fault02:07
EnsignRedshirtmatthew_w: I haven't tried them, but check out anjuta or kdevelop.02:07
babowastrel: but how do I store the sed output ?02:07
jj_need helping printing to a WIndows XP shared printer. tried everything I could02:08
aridesematthew_w, there's some half-assed shits like anjuta or eclipse, but you won't be happy with them02:08
matthew_waridese; that's a bit depressing.  I heard Kdevelop was good.02:08
VerithraxNice. I should consider early adoption.02:08
blankyaridese, leave if you won't be helping02:08
amphiblanky: wtf?02:08
arideseblanky, i'm not helping?02:08
blankymatthew_w, kdevelop is okay, anjuta I've heard some good things, eclipse is okay02:08
Jsmhi iv installed apache thru the package mangment and i need to knlow were it installs it02:08
biloypcollege I went to stopped teaching C++ and switched to java teaching? is C++ dieing?02:08
blankymonodevelop might bring you closer to the msv.net if you're into .net02:08
_jasonubotu: tell Jsm about lamp02:09
aridesematthew_w, just grab VMware workstation / player and install visual C++ and be done with it02:09
elkbuntujsm /var/www02:09
aridesematthew_w, nothing beats the rel thing02:09
blankybiloyp, not really, people just think that Java is the next big thing, teachers are ignorant, they think C++ is old, and it is, but it's still widely used today02:09
amphibiloyp: hope so, ditto java02:09
wastrelbabo:   FOO=`echo $BAR | sed 's/bar/foo/'`02:09
matthew_waridese; that's ok.  I'm trying to stay away from the proprietary junk.  From what I've seen, there's always a better alternative.02:09
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wastrelbabo:  there are probably more elegant solutions, maybe ask in #bash02:09
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aridesematthew_w, heh, check out kdevelop / monodevelop / anjuta / eclipse... you'll only be dissapointed, though02:10
elektronautRob_Dude: but then i wanted to give the vm access to an ubuntu partition. that resulted in vmware freeze.02:10
varsendaggerk31th, yeah i am trying to add a swap partition02:10
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amphimatthew_w: just use vim or emacs like everyone else ;)02:10
biloypyeah I know it is used still..just was wondering....I tok 2 classes of C++ and my brain hurt02:10
blankymatthew_w, I still consider those being any better than emacs or vim, but of course it depends on how comfortable you are with what environment02:10
biloypguess I wasn't cut out to be a programmer02:10
matthew_wI want something to spare me the grueling pig-work of doing int Main's and crappy X11 sizings for the gfx, etc.02:10
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Jsmok next thing were are the apache config files stored?02:10
amphibiloyp: that's a sign of sanity ;)02:10
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biloypamphi: haha02:11
blankymatthew_w, but aridese is right, nothing will beat the real thing, tis why I still use windows to develop02:11
elektronautRob_Dude: so i read in the forum that i should try it with another kernel02:11
babowastrel: there is never anyone around in #bash, but I think that works ... thanks02:11
phreak97is the ubuntu loading screen at boot meant to have a moving progress bar?02:11
phreak97mine doesnt work02:11
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Syco54645can anyone help me with setting up xorg with the nvidia drivers?  i try to run 1280x1024 and it just wont work, but before i use the nvidia drivers it works fine in that resolution02:11
blankyphreak97, how so02:11
NCLifemy k3b dont want to start up02:11
NCLifehow could i reinstall it?02:11
arideseblanky, or VMWare workstation -- what i use02:11
amphibiloyp: "If you think C++ is not overly complicated, just what is a protected abstract virtual base pure virtual private destructor and when was the last time you needed one?" ;)02:12
blankyphreak97, there's a usplash command that supposedly fixes it (fixed mine), though I don't remember02:12
matthew_wBut you can't develop for Linux in Windows.02:12
ACUGood Evening ---- I need to configure a DUAL HEAD - ubuntu and I have terible time with it --- any GUI application which can do it ---- or any way to do it easy02:12
phreak97blanky, it comes up, the bar does nothing, then it goes back to text based02:12
biloypamphi:   huh?02:12
arideseamphi, heh you don't need one :-P02:12
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amphiaridese: I haven't yet ;)02:12
blankyphreak97, again, usplash, though I don't remember the exact command02:12
navaroneamphi I try to stay away from anything that destroys privates...<s>02:12
phreak97blanky, where would i find it?02:12
arideseamphi, so it's not that complicated02:12
ACUGood Evening ---- I need to configure a DUAL HEAD - ubuntu and I have terible time with it02:12
biloypamphi I don't know but can I put it in a bong and smoke it?02:13
aridesejava = slow, vm'd language02:13
elektronautnobody got advice on breezy either with or 2.6.14 with patch ck or archck?02:13
aridesei don't know why they dont just teach C++ :-/02:13
brennerSyco54645: pastebin your xorg.conf file02:13
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AskHLaridese, why do you think java is so slow?02:13
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blankyphreak97, I dont know but I just ran it right now and it got messed up02:13
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arideseAskHL, it's in a VM -- it'll be slower than a C++ countertype02:13
Jsmok next thing were are the apache config files stored?02:13
amphibiloyp: or a hint from one of the masters: "object-oriented design is the roman numerals of computing."02:13
AskHLIt has primitive types and stuff, it's not that bad02:13
aridesemy god02:14
arideseare you people serious?02:14
arideseOOP and C++ is bad?02:14
aridesewhat? what channel is this?02:14
Klick_hey all, can anyone help me figure out what happened to my wirless network, i followed a step by step on getting ipw2200 working, and it was working perfectly, now after i rebooted it all doesnt work, and i cant even remove the bad module that its loading automaticaly for some reason02:14
blankyno, who said02:14
AskHLYou can compile it to machine code as well02:14
BeOSMrXhello friends, I have ubuntu 5.04 live cd. I need to accomplish this task, please tell me how. Create 1 100% partition on my new 250GB hdd.02:14
biloypenough amphi....my brain is starting to hurt02:14
brenner#ubuntu-offtopic people02:14
wastrelplease take C++/java war into #ubuntu-offtopic02:14
aridesewastrel, nothing stands in the way of a holy jihad :-P02:14
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Jsmso can any one help me ?02:14
blankyJsm, just ask your question02:15
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wastrelaridese:  at least argue about something interesting then...  vi/emacs perhaps ;] 02:15
amphiJsm: /etc/apache might be a good place to start looking02:15
aridesewastrel, notepad > *02:15
blankyJsm, search for 'httpd.conf' I believe02:15
NCLifei can start k3b only with sudo k3b from a terminal, and it seems it doesnt burn dvds well02:15
EnsignRedshirtJsm: /etc/apache202:15
Syco54645brenner: http://pastebin.com/57592602:15
Syco54645tehre it is02:15
ACUBeOS --- I do not know if ubuntu live has it but KNOPIX sure have it --- GPARTED or something like this allows you to both shrink or reformat any drive --- isprety culo02:15
NCLifeshould i reinstall it?02:15
elektronautis anybody using a custom kernel with LVM in use? this seems to be troublesome.02:15
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ubotump3 is probably a non-free format. To enable mp3 capability, read https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats02:15
elkbuntuBeOSMrX, unless you have like a gigabyte of ram, you're going to need a swap partition for comfortable computing02:15
BeOSMrXexcuse me, I no nothing about computers and don't understand babble02:16
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wastrelKlick_:  what is the rogue module you're having trouble with?02:16
BeOSMrXI just need to create one simple 1 100% partition, does NOT matter what type it is02:16
BeOSMrXfrom with in the live cd02:16
JsmFound it ;) /etc/apache2 , opps some one told me that just after i looked away02:16
amphiBeOSMrX: Yes, how is their snake today, amphi? pants of the democracy of belarus with extra cream02:16
arideseBeOSMrX, sup homie, fire up fdisk02:16
BeOSMrXis this, a command line thing ?02:16
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brennerSyco54645: sudo ddcprobe | grep monitorrange02:17
arideseBeOSMrX, and then type C, press enter twice02:17
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elkbuntuBeOSMrX, that's not my point. you're going to need some of that 250gb as a seperate parition called a swap partition, which is like extra memory02:17
BeOSMrXso if I was to do this, I should learn how to use 'fdisk'02:17
arideseBeOSMrX, then t, 1, 8602:17
Jae686is there a CLI quide ?02:17
arideseBeOSMrX, then p, confirm02:17
khafraWhy would gam_server take 320 megs of RAM?02:17
amphiBeOSMrX: cfdisk is a bit easier02:17
arideseBeOSMrX, then exit and save changes. ka ching02:17
brennerubotu: tell Jae686 about cli02:17
ACUBeOSMrx --- just use GParted ---- in Knopix --- is straight forward --- and allows you to do anything you want --- when I shrink an existing partition on a laptop (do dual boot) it took like 3 hours02:17
Syco54645brenner: monitorrange: 31-70, 55-12002:17
arideseBeOSMrX, or you could use "parted"... it's in the start bard02:17
BeOSMrXokay which one, cfdisk of fdisk ?02:17
BeOSMrXwhat ?02:17
BeOSMrXI only have ubuntu 5.0402:17
BeOSMrXlive cd02:18
BeOSMrXnothing else02:18
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arideseBeOSMrX, ok buddy... command line you go, type, sudo apt-get install gparted02:18
matthew_wHey I installed Anjuta02:18
aridesematthew_w, > : )02:18
Jae686thx BenC02:18
aridesematthew_w, i told you so02:18
matthew_wand it's not quite what I meant.  It's a good C++ compiler with visuality02:18
BeOSMrXI also don't have internet aridese02:18
anthonyJae686: i find linuxcommand.org to be a very good CLI tutorial site02:18
maxkelleyanjuta's a person.02:18
matthew_wBut I meant something different.02:18
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Jae686and btw02:18
Jae686how do we get anjuta to use crosscompilers?02:18
aridesewe dont. get a Real IDE02:19
brennerSyco54645: replace it with this: http://pastebin.com/57593402:19
maxkelleyanjuta's not a person?02:19
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brennerSyco54645: your monitor rates were really weird02:19
buuliandoes anyone know if you can just update from 5.10 to Dapper w/o completely reinstalling?02:19
matthew_wLike something where I can Draw a window, and it will write the code, so I don't have to do that horsework I've not done in like 3 years.02:19
Jae686real ide == ?02:19
rupan3my mom just called and i tried to sell her on installing ubuntu.02:19
BeOSMrXI've already booted the ubuntu 5.04 live cd, and thru the start menus i did not find an hdd partition utility02:19
brennerJae686: no worries....and no idea on the 2nd question02:19
ACUOK ---- anyone knows to configure ubuntu for DUAL HEAD02:19
brennerbuulian: yes, you can02:19
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Syco54645brenner: well i will go and try this right now, if it doesnt work i will be back... if it does i will again be back (to thank you of course)02:19
rupan3BeOSMrX: gParted is the partition utility02:19
maxkelleyACU: Check the wiki02:19
khafraWhat's a normal amount of RAM for gam_server to use?  Doesn't seem like monitoring for file changes should take 320 megs.02:20
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buulianwould you suggest ubuntu for a Computer Science student?02:20
rupan3BeOSMrX: if you can't find it, try the find file utility02:20
BeOSMrXrupan3, where does that show in the start menu ?02:20
BeOSMrXis there an image showing this ?02:20
buulianor should I just go Mac?02:20
brennerSyco54645: see you soon :)02:20
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BeOSMrXI don't have a printer to remember this02:20
aridesebuulian, try mac.. prettier interface02:20
navaroneBeOSMrX, if it doesn't matter what partition type like you said why not just use a windows boot disk with fdisk?02:20
amphibuulian: I'd suggest debian or slackware02:20
dejxwhat's the package02:20
matthew_wBeOSMrX; open a terminal, by going accessories-terminal, and then type "gParted"02:20
brennerbuulian: either is fine.02:20
dejxof C header files?02:20
buulianthere's no real difference?02:21
amphibuulian: or netbsd02:21
brennerdejx: build-essential02:21
BeOSMrXgreat, matthew_w that will work. is it gui ?02:21
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ACUbuulian --- for a Computer Student ----- Debian is the way ---02:21
wastrelbuulian:  you could always dual-boot02:21
buuliananything besides windows?02:21
dejxand where is that then?02:21
brennerbuulian: you can always run ubuntu on your mac :)02:21
wastreland as a CS student, unless you need a working system, LFS is the way to go ;] 02:21
amphibuulian: or plan 9 perhaps02:21
BeOSMrXand navarone, I ONLY have ubuntu 5.04 live cd, and microsoft is banned from my house02:21
dejxhere isnt?02:21
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BenCJae686: for what? :)02:21
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Rob_Dudedejx:  I had some troubles with that myself when I was installing vmware02:22
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ACUbuulian--- I am using Ubuntu in powerpc *right now ---02:22
nbjaymeCan u play realmeadia without having to install the RealMedia player?  Also, is there a way to convert these files to ogg/mp3? I am under ubuntu-breezy.02:22
warpzonehey guys, having a strange problem with 'sudo'. when used, no error messages appear, but no commands are executed, including the GUI updater02:22
navaroneBeOSMrX, I take it you are not at home now then?02:22
dejxrob yes i'm installing vmware02:22
buulianthe thing is that i've got a really nice AMD laptop, and an Ipod- I don't know whether to change to linux or completely reinvest in mac hardware02:22
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dejxand what did you do?02:22
Alexi5ubuntu king of all linux distros02:22
ACUnbjayme ---- is too much work ---- just install RealPlayer02:22
BeOSMrXnavarone, I am at home02:23
Rob_Dudesudo apt-get install linux-headers-2.6.12-10-38602:23
nbjaymeACU, ok. thanks.  ;)02:23
navaroneBeOSMrX, I thought you had no internet?02:23
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wastrelbuulian:  if you have that kind of money to throw around, send me the AMD and get yourself a mac :] 02:23
rupan3buulian: i'd definately try out ubuntu02:23
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BeOSMrXI won't from my live cd02:23
Rob_Dudebut after that I still had to use ln to get the path to match02:23
BeOSMrXi wont be needing it, so I won't install anything either02:23
biloypFYI use amule instead of xmule02:23
nbjaymeACU, will it allow me to convert to other formats?02:23
Jae686BenC, its was a glitch from the nick completion feature from x-chat :P02:23
warpzonebeen using Ubuntu for a week and loving it. Just a couple things you need to adjust.02:23
Rob_DudeIt put the headers into /usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.12-10 instead of into /usr/src/linux02:24
rupan3i've been using it for a short time too, about two weeks02:24
Alexi5doesn't xmule and amule do the same thing02:24
wastrelwarpzone:  you probably removed yourself from the admin group02:24
Jae686i use it since last year02:24
rupan3it's the first linux distro i really flipped on02:24
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biloypALexis yeah but xmule wouldnt close in a gui environment02:24
ACUbuulian ---- I have a laptop which dual boots UBuntu and Windows ---------that's tough -- I do not about conversion  I needed RealPlayer for streamcasts02:24
Griffit only took me 2 weeks for it to become my primary OS02:24
biloyphad to kill it from command line02:24
warpzonewastrel: what's the file to edit to enter myself back in?02:24
rupan3it's already got me combing my windows partition for stuff i want to save so i can pave it over and add more space to /home02:25
wastrelwarpzone:  well you'd need to use sudo ;] 02:25
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anthonyis there any reason that my ctrl +alt +f1 doesn't work anymore? =(02:25
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warpzonewastrel: hahaha, I'll just use su, right, from the command line?02:25
dejxThank you for information Rob_Dude02:25
wastrelwarpzone:  you have a root password?  that works :]   typically you would use vigr to edit the /etc/groups file02:26
rupan3anthony: you can't get to a plain console login?02:26
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BeOSMrXso, I will have to use this exact command from the terminal 'gParted' do I need to have a root terminal or just normal terminal ?02:26
anthonyrupan3: nope02:26
rupan3BeOSMrX: run it with sudo02:26
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matthew_wBeOSMrX; not sure02:26
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wastrelwarpzone:  you want to add yourself back to the adm group i believe.02:26
rupan3anthony: what's your desktop environment02:26
Syco54645brenner: well at least x got up again with the new config.  when at gdm the screen was too large for the monitor so it decided to scroll.  now in gnome my resolution is 1280x960.  this the the problem that i always have when using the nvidia drives.... what is up with them?02:26
BeOSMrXwell the live cd has root terminal, and normal which one02:26
warpzonewastrel: I'll give it a shot, thanks a bunch man02:26
anthonyrupan3: well only through shutting down xserver through ctrl + alt + backspace, but some times i don't want to shut down xserver; i am using gnome02:27
raggiyo, need a quick bit of help02:27
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raggican't find a usb drive that's coming up in dmesg02:27
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rupan3i forget where it's located, but there is a gnome utility for setting hotkeys02:27
amphiraggi: /dev/sda1 is always worth a try ;)02:27
BeOSMrXWell, I WILL run it from the root terminal, since I had to run it with 'su'02:27
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rupan3i'd first make sure that it isn't remapping those keys02:27
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sagarpin bash, what does !~ do?02:28
raggiamphi: thx, i saww it say /dev/sda, but i wasn't sure, could see it on ls /dev02:28
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rupan3!~ means "not home"02:28
uboturupan3: Bugger all, I dunno. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/02:28
Teecee_HomeI just installed ubuntu 5.10 on a IBM M51 and for some reason after the install my monitor says the input is not supported...How can I change the resolution without being able to see the screen after the ubuntu splash screen comes up02:28
IceDC571What's that one bootable cd and software that checks your memory? I'm trying to remember..02:28
BeOSMrXI will use this thanku for the help and suggestion http://gparted.sourceforge.net/screenshots.php02:28
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IceDC571Something with 95 in it, I think02:28
succubus_-_hey.. just wondering if this would be possible, and if so how. --on campus each student is designated a student drive that can be accessed anywhere on the network. i have it mapped on my Windows XP machine and i was looking to the the same with Ubuntu.. anyone?02:28
brennerSyco54645: sys>pref>screen res.02:28
brennerSyco54645: can you choose 1280x1024?02:28
Syco54645brenner: i did have it working once with the nvidia drivers.  but unfortunately i was on gentoo and then the drive crashed02:28
Syco54645brenner: no i cannot.02:28
morphineinducedhey is there a forum around here or do they only help people through the irc02:29
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brennerSyco54645: having an ati card ... i'm deferring to nvidia owners. sorry. :-/02:29
IceDC571..ah, memtest8602:29
ubotuwell, forum is the ubuntu web forums at http://www.ubuntuforums.org02:29
sagarprupan3, but many folders are "not home", yet when i do echo !~ it prints out the same thing everytime02:29
rupan3succubus_-_: there's probably a howto on wiki.ubuntu.com on mounting network drives02:29
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Toma-there you go morphineinduced02:29
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rupan3sagarp: and what's that?02:29
raggihmm, getting read errors now02:29
raggimight explain it02:29
Syco54645brenner: well thankyou for the help.  i just dont understand what this drivers problem is02:29
succubus_-_rupan3, would i need to do something so that i can write to NTFS?02:29
sagarprupan3, some command that i ran a long time ago02:30
mike-e_is it possible to make a crontab NOT send a mail to the user account?02:30
CurtmanCan anyone tell me why when I try to mount one of my drives, it says "mount: /dev/hdb1 already mounted or /media/tunes/ busy", but it's not mounted?02:30
LycoLocoAnyone know of any programs to send iso files to an xbox for Linux/ubuntu?02:30
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Teecee_HomeAnyone know how I can change the resolution before the splash screen?02:30
rupan3succubus_-_: check the synaptic package manager.. search for ntfs.. but linux has a few compatibility issues with ntfs, you might want to read up on that first02:30
brennerSyco54645: now worries.  good luck02:30
rupan3succubus_-_: check teh wiki02:30
wastrel!~ eh02:31
ubotuWhat? Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, wastrel02:31
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succubus_-_i'm checking now.. thanks.02:31
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brennerTeecee_Home: i.e. before usplash?!02:31
phreak97ok, blanky is gone, but can anyone else help me? when i boot up my pc and it gets to the ubuntu loading screen (equivilent to the winxp loading screen) the loading bar doesnt do anything, in the bottom left it says "loading <something>" then goes back to text based loading progress until it gets into linux..02:31
brennerTeecee_Home: or before gdm?02:31
Syco54645brenner: well i know that i am not in the minority because a search for the problem on google will return alot of results02:31
ttreadsuccubus_-_  the linux kernel can read from ntfs but can't write02:31
Teecee_Homebrenner: before the brown ubunutu logo pops up telling about all the stuff it is processing, just before the screen that asks for your username and pword02:32
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rupan3there's a tool or two that'll let you write to ntfs but you run the risk of corrupting your data02:32
Teecee_Homei see the splash screen, but as soon as it switches to the login screen I get input not supported on my monitor02:32
rupan3i know there's a tool to fix the ntfs partition before you mount it to windows so it doesn't destroy it, but i don't know how well it works02:32
xanavimhow do I discover the device name of an SD card plugged into my usb port?02:32
LycoLocoAnyone know of any programs to send iso files to an xbox for Linux/Ubuntu?02:33
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succubus_-_alright.. it's no biggy. not worth the risk02:33
ubuntuhello everyone02:33
rupan3succubus_-_: is your student drive ntfs?02:33
phreak97anyone else have a prolem with the brown ubuntu loading screen?02:33
succubus_-_rupan3, yes it is.02:33
brennerTeecee_Home: usplash = brown logo & scrolling text ... gdm = login.  i still don't get you.  where exactly do you want to change?02:33
CurtmanCan anyone tell me why when I try to mount one of my drives, it says "mount: /dev/hdb1 already mounted or /media/tunes/ busy", but it's not mounted?02:34
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brennerTeecee_Home: the order is: grub>usplash>gdm02:34
phreak97brenner, he needs to change his resolution/refresh rate down02:34
Teecee_Homebrenner: I see the usplash,l but not the gdm02:34
phreak97it's too high for his monitor02:34
Teecee_Homegdm= input not supported on monitor02:34
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Teecee_Homeit is that way on my 19 and my dell 24"02:35
xanavimnevermind, I found it02:35
Rob_DudeWow, this is wierd...02:35
mehell, its me02:35
Rob_DudeI've got Ubuntu running.  It runs everything I want and need02:35
ubuntuhi it's me02:35
_jasonubuntu: hi you02:35
Rob_DudeI've spent so much time trying to get linux setup...that now I don't know what to do02:35
phreak97Teecee_Home, i dont know how to do it properly, but you could plug in another monitor then chane the settings down then plug that one back in02:35
Rob_DudeIt's like, what's my purpose?  Where do I go from here.02:35
brennerTeecee_Home: do you see a blue screen and get dumped to console-mode?02:35
Rob_DudeI'm scared...but excited.02:35
bimberiCurtman: Is something else mounted to that directory?  If not, Is there a shell with the current working directory of /media/tunes?02:35
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Curtmanbimberi: Nope.  It does it after a reboot, even if I boot into single user mode.02:36
Teecee_Homebrenner: no. I see a black screen with "Input Not Supported" bouncing around directly after usplash is done02:36
_jasonCurtman: have you tried mounting to a different directory?02:36
Curtman_jason, Yep.02:36
ubuntuIs Ubuntu run safty ? I didn't install any virus-protecter .02:36
Teecee_Homephreak97: I have 4 monitors, 3 dell 24" and 1 19"02:36
phreak97brenner, the not supported is displayed by his monitor because the display ubuntu is giving it is outside its specs02:37
freebseis the gcc 4.0 pakage broken in uuntu02:37
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FlannelKingTeecee_Home: have you tried switching into a terminal? (ctrl-alt-f1)?02:37
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ubotuThe short life and hard times of a Linux Virus http://librenix.com/?inode=2102:37
Curtman_jason: I took the drive out and put it in another box, (gentoo) and it mounts fine.  Put it back in this one, and it just won't mount.02:37
phreak97Teecee_Home, ever used any of those in your ubuntu machine?02:37
Teecee_HomeFlannelKing: which will be grub >?02:37
brennerTeecee_Home: phreak97 seems to know what's going on more than me. :-/02:37
afonitI did in the terminal gconf, that that did not bring up gconf, how do I get into gconf?02:37
freebseit is broken on every installation I did on every client we got here02:37
FlannelKingTeecee_Home: no, bash.  Wait for it to go "input not supported" then switch to a terminal.02:37
brennerTeecee_Home: but i suggest booting into recovery mopde and reconfigging xorg02:38
Teecee_Homeok there02:38
warpzonethis is going to sound pretty dumb, but does anybody know where I can find a manual for 'vigr'? I have no clue how to use it02:38
Teecee_HomeFlannelKing: I am there now02:38
navaronephreak97,  I found this thread (about Suse actually) that may shed some light on Teecee_Home 's prob  http://www.linuxcompatible.org/thread27341-1.html02:38
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FlannelKingTeecee_Home: now you just have to log in, then change your resolution.  I don't know how, but, that's the easy part.  There are tutorials and stuff.02:38
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_jasonCurtman: well if you are positive it isn't getting mounted elsewhere ('mount' command) I don't know what else to check02:38
Teecee_HomeFlannelKing: thanks boss, I appreciate it02:39
Curtman_jason, Damn..  Neither do I.  That's why I came here.  :(02:39
_jasonwarpzone: 'man vigr'?02:39
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afonithow does one access gconf?02:39
phreak97navarone, similar issue, but not exactly the same02:39
_jasonCurtman: don't worry there are a lot of smarter people than me around, just ask again in a bit02:39
brenner_jason: interesting read.  good to know we're a hard target02:39
warpzone_jason: lol, I meant like, how to edit lines in vigr? man doesnt do much for it02:39
navaroneTeecee_Home, are you using a lcd screen? They say lcd's require lower refresh rates than crt's...maybe you need to lower refresh rate02:39
_jasonwarpzone: what editor are you using?02:39
phreak97doesn anyone know how to change the gnome desktop resolution and monitor refresh via console?02:39
bimberiCurtman: an existing line in /etc/fstab getting in the way? (guessing)02:39
Teecee_Homenavarone: yes I am02:40
afonitgot it, it is gconf-editor02:40
warpzone_jason: trying to edit the groups using vigr02:40
ubotuPlease read http://wiki.ubuntu.com/FixVideoResolutionHowto02:40
brennerphreak97, Teecee_Home : see above02:40
Teecee_Homealready there, ty guys02:40
Curtmanbimberi: in fstab, I have: "/dev/hdb1       /media/tunes    ext3    defaults        0       2", like it should be.  It used to mount fine.02:40
GeorgeAScottwhen i type make after ./configuring a program it tells me no targets are specified and no make file found.02:40
_jasonwarpzone: readlink -f $(which editor)02:40
warpzone_jason: thanks!02:41
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phreak97alright, anyone want to help my problem now? :P\02:41
jimcooncatphreak97, i missed it02:41
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_jasonwarpzone: ? that just tells you the editor (I think)02:41
phreak97jimcooncat, the progress bar on my brown ubuntu startup screen does nothing02:41
bimberiCurtman: does 'sudo fdisk -l /dev/hdb' list the partition?02:41
jimcooncatwhen first booting, or after login?02:41
phreak97while booting02:42
brennerthis is weird...opening a link via right-click open in new tab in xchat opens the link in a new window w/ ff1.502:42
Mronohey guys02:42
koloaanyone know what lmysqlclient is?02:42
koloai think i need it02:42
MronoI know this is the ubuntu channel but mabye someone can help me02:42
Curtmanbimberi: Yep.. It says "/dev/hdb1               1      155127    78183976+  83  Linux"02:42
_jasonwarpzone: my guess is you are using vi02:42
brennerGeorgeAScott: what are you attempting to insatll?02:42
jimcooncatdunno phreak97, but you can turn it off in grub and see just text02:42
phreak97jimcooncat, how so?02:42
wastrelbrenner:  check  settings -> advanced -> url handlers   in xchat02:42
GeorgeAScottbanshee 0.10.602:43
Mronoi'm running kubuntu 5.10 with KDE 3.5.1 and I just installed my ubuntu ati drivers, now when I boot up and log in it freezes as soon as it loads, any ideas?02:43
Curtmanbimberi: And 'lsof /dev/hdb1', and 'lsof /media/tunes' return nothing at all.02:43
phreak97how do i get into grub settings?02:43
brennerwastrel: what should i be looking for?02:43
warpzone_jason oooo gotcha, thought vigr was different from vi02:43
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jimcooncatsudo gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst02:43
brennerwastrel: !firefox -a firefox -remote 'openURL(%s,new-tab)' lloks right to me...02:43
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_jasonwarpzone: it uses whatever editor you tell it to02:44
Syco54645brenner: would this line help at all do you think? Modeline "1280x1024" 109.62  1280 1336 1472 1720  1024 1024 1026 106202:44
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brennerGeorgeAScott: i'm assuming you're not happy with the repo version?02:44
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bimberiCurtman: 'lsof | grep /media/tunes' ?02:44
FlannelKingHow does one list channels in irssi?  (what raw command gets the server to send me a list?)02:45
jimcooncatphreak97, I'm pretty sure you remove the "splash" from the kernel entries02:45
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GeorgeAScottnot really brenner.....02:45
brennerSyco54645: that's your modelin?  yes.  that is weird02:45
Alexi5ubuntu on my pc for 3-1/2 weeks now02:45
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jimcooncatbut not poistive02:45
Alexi5and no reboot02:45
brennerSyco54645: it should be Modeline "res" "res" "res"02:45
pianoboy3333Can I get some ATI help? (Dapper) No one is helping on #ubuntu+1...02:45
Curtmanbimberi: Nothing.  There's no way that's the problem if it does it in single user mode.02:45
Alexi5can you guys check out a web application for me and tell me what you think02:45
Syco54645brenner: well no i just used an online modeline generator.  i am shooting in the dark when it comes to x02:45
_jasonwarpzone: apparently it just goes straight to vi if you don't have EDITOR set, you can do something like 'EDITOR=nano sudo vigr' to use nano.  Or just learn vi, it's great :)02:46
pianoboy3333Alexi5: sure02:46
phreak97jimcooncat, ok, thanks, i wont do it now, but ill remember it for the future, i gotta go now, late already02:46
Teecee_Homefor those that helped, I appreciate it, I got it fixed02:46
bimberiCurtman: yeah, i'm struggling (as you can probably tell).  Sorry :/02:46
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Alexi5username: ken02:46
Curtmanbimberi: No problem.. Thanks for trying.  :)02:46
jimcooncatnp phreak9702:46
bimberiCurtman: np :)02:46
russellcmight anyone know where i can find a deb of libglib2.0-0 version 2.8.5?02:46
russellcor possibly a reliable repo with the updated version? :P02:46
Alexi5pianoboy3333:did the page open up02:47
brennerGeorgeAScott: and you're following this: http://banshee-project.org/Banshee_Source ?02:47
pianoboy3333Alexi5: yes02:47
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pianoboy3333Can I get some ATI help? (Dapper) No one is helping on #ubuntu+1...02:47
brennerSyco54645: actually the modeline should follow the format in here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FixVideoResolutionHowto02:47
Alexi5pianoboy3333:how does it look02:47
josh__i need help with installing nvidia drivers on this02:48
gaudI am new to windows and I'm searching a good php Editor02:48
GeorgeAScottlet me double check...02:48
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warpzone_jason: looking at a help page now. think I'll learn some actual Unix first, then come back to it. :-P learning overload atm.02:48
gaudsorry, I tought I was in php channel02:48
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daveI was wondering if anyone might be able to tell me if they have VGA drivers for VIA KM266 for ubuntu?02:48
pianoboy3333Alexi5: I think it looks very nice--yet I'm not a web programmer... nor do I know asp...02:48
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brennergaud: heh. was about to say.02:48
daveIm currently sitting at 640x480 and cant seem to get the resolution upped?02:48
_jasonwarpzone: after learning about 10 or 20 commands you'll never use anything else02:48
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dcodedebconf won't configure itself on my box...anyone have any clues on how to fix it?02:49
josh__can someone help me with installing drivers?02:49
concept10Alexi5, what type of web app are you writing?02:49
wastreli love me some vi02:49
brennerdave: what current driver are you using?02:49
Chrustinhowhich program is able to copy cd with several data-sessions. k3b isn't able to do that02:49
warpzone_jason: I'll stay open about it. thanks for the help man02:49
brennergee, heaps of display issues today02:49
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dejx!tell dejx disable beep02:49
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daveIm not sure, I dont think I have any installed except off the 5.10 cd install02:49
Alexi5it is a customer management application app for internet service provider02:49
TigerDuckI wonder which virus scanner(s) you folks use on your boxes02:49
dejxhow do i disable beep02:50
josh__yah i can download it but i just got linux up today and i'm a noob02:50
dcodeI need some help getting debconf to configure...iteelf ironically02:50
dejxset somehing:/02:50
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pianoboy3333Alexi5: it looks great :-)02:50
daveIm using an MSI micro atx motherboard, but the only drivers they have on the website are winX based (of course)02:50
concept10Alexi5, what are you writing that app with?02:50
jimcooncatTigerDuck, I use clamav for my email, works good for me02:50
Alexi5thanks pianoboy333302:50
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josh__yeah i'm using a gigabyte nforce 430 mobo02:50
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Alexi5concept10 : asp.net02:50
pianoboy3333Alexi5: Your welcome02:50
josh__no support for linux02:51
TigerDuckjimcooncat: What version do you have?02:51
sjbrownanyone installed a wacom tablet here?02:51
dejxhow do i disable beep?:)02:51
jimcooncatTigerDuck, whatever's current with Breezy02:51
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brennerdave: cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf | grep Driver02:51
brennerdave: what's the last line?02:51
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concept10sjbrown, there is some info about installing that on the wiki02:51
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TigerDuckjimcooncat: if you start clamscan it warns to be "outdated" and points you to http://www.clamav.net/faq.html02:52
brennerdejx: sys>prefs>sound>sys bell02:52
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dejxisnt there some `set beep` something..:/ i forgot it02:52
ubotuFor an easy to use custom sources.list creator, visit http://ubuntulinux.nl/source-o-matic02:53
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ubotuTo enable Universe and Multiverse see http://wiki.ubuntu.com/AddingRepositoriesHowto - Official sources.lists here: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6047 (Breezy) or http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6666 (Dapper) see also !easysource02:53
sjbrownthe wiki mentions using the tar.gz wacom drivers.02:53
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sjbrowni'd rather use the deb packages02:53
jimcooncatyes TigerDuck I know there's a good reason for it but don't recall where I saw it. Maybe has something to do with ubuntu versionin02:53
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liskli'm back02:53
TigerDuckjimcooncat: I see02:53
jimcooncatTigerDuck, you going to scan email for windows users with it?02:54
wastreldejx:  in IRC?    set beep off02:54
corvax /.02:54
davebrenner: the last line says:  Driver     "Savage"02:54
dejxno, in tty02:54
TigerDuckjimcooncat: I started wondering because clamAV does not report any viruses/worms on three files of a Microsoft Office 2003 installation02:54
liskli love the new fluxbox .9.14-1, works good with xcompmgr and ubuntu 5.1002:54
TigerDuckjimcooncat: Funny thing is: Aegis Virus Scanner reports 3 worms02:54
davewhoops not capitalized02:54
jimcooncatwhich you know are infected?02:54
brennerdave: pastebin your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file02:54
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TigerDuckjimcooncat: Scanning the same files with clamAV (ubuntu) and AntiVir Personal Edition Classic 7 (WinXP) results in no detected worms02:55
Toma-liskl, indeed :)02:55
jimcooncatpossibly Aegis is giving a false positive, or clamav doesn't feel its a threat.02:55
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TigerDucklooks like it, yes.02:56
Toma-maybe Aegis is picking up spyware aswell?02:56
TigerDuckToma-: Well, Office 2003 isn't commonly regarded as spyware, is it?02:56
lisklToma, fluxbox blows gnome & kde outta the watter in speed even with all my eyecandy installed02:56
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Toma-TigerDuck, in certain communitys, yes :P...02:57
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pudlandafter boot-up, "session lasted only 10 sec......".  "_IceTrans" errors out the wazoo02:57
Toma-maybe its picking up some macros that come with it and saying "watch out!"02:57
jimcooncatTigerDuck, third party addon could02:57
GeorgeAScotti can get gtk+ 2.6 or 2.8 through synaptic manager can't I?02:57
lwarimavhi ther02:57
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TigerDuckI wonder if anyone of you has access to Office 2003 installation files and could do a virus scan on it02:57
Toma-liskl, i run it on a 266mhz box and its ultra nice. :D02:57
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maxkelleywow.. that was weird.02:58
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maxkelleyit just.. died on me02:58
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Toma-TigerDuck, can you turn off macro/docement scans in Aegis?02:58
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jimcooncatsorry TigerDuck we're still using Access version from 199402:58
luiteis it possible to force a broadcom 5721 (gigabit pci express) nic to 10Mbps, even though it is connected to a gigabit switch?02:59
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lisklToma, that is slick i'm running it right now on a 500mhz toshiba laptop (precisly extracated from the laptop shell and placed inside of a old subwoofer box i had layin around)02:59
mikebotokay so i got it working i think02:59
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TigerDuckToma-: the "infected" files are MSVCR70.DLL, RECALL.DLL, and SCHPLUS.SAM .... don't look like macro based filed02:59
Toma-hehehe nice02:59
robrhi there,03:00
jimcooncatluite, throttle the bandwidth to the connection?03:00
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mikebotdoes anyone know how to make my nvidia card allow ubuntu to run at a higher resolution?03:00
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Toma-TigerDuck, hmmm. the SAM file iirc, is a plain text doc...03:00
robrim having trouble installing, it says unable to mount root file system (0,0)03:00
brennerdave: still there?03:00
davecrud where do I find the pastebin again? Doh...I know its on the site someplace...03:00
luitejimcooncat: it's not possible to throttle incoming bandwith with linux03:00
wastrelTigerDuck:  why not md5sum your 3 "infected" files and get someone to check theirs03:00
jimcooncatSchedule Plus an old MS PIM03:00
TigerDuckwastrel: good point03:01
mikebot!tell mikebot nvidia03:01
brennerdave: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/03:01
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luitejimcooncat: only by dropping packets, but I'd rather have them dropped earlier, at the switch03:01
davethank you..03:01
mikebotdoes anyone know about geforce 4 cards?03:01
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_jasonmikebot: you probably need to be more specific03:02
robrcan i please have some help installing, im getting an error: unable to mount root fs (0,0)03:02
lisklmikebot i'm running a 5700LE here03:02
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jpwichmm I tried running the live CD, and it told me GNOME could'nt find a monitor..03:02
davidhey i need help. my time and my videos are too fast on my amd dualcore system03:02
mikebot_jason: okay, i haeva  geforce4, and right now ubuntu only allows my resolution to go to 1024x... but on windows i run at 1280x...03:02
brennerrobr: the actual ubuntu install?03:02
_jasonubotu: tell mikebot about fixres03:02
TigerDuckToma-: SCHPLUS.SAM is a binary, too03:03
jpwicis it because I'm running an ATI card?03:03
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robrall ive done is press enter, then it errors03:03
wertherubotu, tell me about fixres03:03
robrill get u the exact error03:03
mikebot_jason: thanks03:03
lisklubotu: tell liskl about fixres03:03
mikebothow do i run commands?03:03
daveok its sent brenner TIA for any help you may be able to offer03:04
jimcooncatTigerDuck, see http://www.kbalertz.com/kb_913323.aspx03:05
GeorgeAScottwhere do i get gtk+ 2.8 ?03:05
ttreadmikebot, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia?highlight=%28nvidia%2903:05
jimcooncatyou may want to nose around CastleCops too03:05
mikebotbut do you guys know how to run commands?03:05
Jivenixanyone install the mono runtimes for ubuntu?03:05
mikebotsudo cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.custom03:05
mikebotlike that kind of thing03:05
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robrthe first line which looks bad is: invalid compressed format (err=1). 2nd line ( last line). Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown block (0,0)03:06
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jimcooncatmikebot, Applications->Accessories->Terminal03:06
ttreadmikebot, start terminal from Applications -> Accessories03:06
brennerdave: dude. that's not your xorg.conf file unfortunately03:06
mikebotJivenix: where do i type that?03:06
daveits not?03:06
brennerdave: type this: sudo gedit /etc/X11/xorg.conf03:06
mikebotwhere is the terminal?03:06
brennerdave: no, that's just 3 lines. :)03:06
Jivenixjimbooncat just told you03:06
Jivenixcooncat even03:06
mikebotjimcooncat: ah didn't see that, thanks03:07
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khafraChroot for 32 bit apps: I tried the instructions at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2457503:07
jimcooncatJivenix, :-)03:07
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pianoboy3333How do I find what version of X I have?03:07
matthew_wSo I've done some looking03:07
khafraI put the chroot in /home/chroot instead of chroot to move it to my larger partition03:07
HymnToLifehi everyone :)03:07
khafraAnd I updated all the links, and updated hoary to breezy, but it didn't work03:07
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matthew_wand I can't find anything in the way of Visual Compiling.  Like, drawing a window, having it output the code, etc.  Or even templates.03:07
daveAhh there we are...03:08
davethought that was a bit on the short side :o03:08
HymnToLifeafter the first step of a servr install, my Ubuntu won't boot to finish the install03:08
traehey gang, I'd like to make a shortcut on my desktop to open up my gmail.  How would I go about that?03:08
HymnToLifeI alwys get a "no inttab file found" message03:08
daveyou want me to paste all of this into the bin?03:08
amonkeyi'm trying to compile, but i get the error that install_sh@: Command not found, am i missing something?03:08
jimcooncatmatthew_w, depends on your language flavor03:08
HymnToLifeany ideas ?03:08
uboturumour has it, nvidia is at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia or http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=5736803:08
brennerpianoboy3333: well, if you've installed the xserver: apt-cache show xserver-xorg | grep Version03:08
matthew_wjimcooncat; explain.03:08
pianoboy3333How do I find what version of X I have?03:08
brennerdave: yes03:08
jimcooncatmatthew_w, like wxGlade if you're into python03:09
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robrcan someone help me with installation, im getting an error after i click enter: invalid compressed format (err=1). 2nd line ( last line). Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown block (0,0)03:09
alarmystcan someone tell me what is a working webcam for ubuntu?03:09
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ttreadpianoboy3333, try looking in /var/log/Xorg.0.log03:09
jimcooncatthere's regular Glade, and Tk for TCL03:09
jimcooncatyou can do some fun things with Openoffice too03:10
daveok its posted...thats odd, it looks like there are several options for screen resolutions, but when I try to scroll through any from the systems options, it doesnt move through any others? O_o?03:10
matthew_wjimcooncat; oh?  I will have to check that out.  What's python similar to?03:10
pomalleyhey guys, another help request: I had ubuntu working fine, but now the x window system won't start since I added my video card: ati x130003:10
IdleOnedave post the url in here so ppl can look at it ()03:10
matthew_wpomalley; did you change to a DVI output?  Like for a flat screen monitor?03:10
pomalleynope, same output03:10
jimcooncatmatthew_w, like javascript -- not03:10
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jimcooncatbut it's a scripting language03:11
matthew_wjimooncat o_O  SO, you can make programs with it that stand alone, yes>03:11
jimcooncateasy as any other to learn03:11
pomalleyum, sorry, gotta run03:11
matthew_wpomalley; ok.03:11
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jimcooncatmatthew_w, yes, but it depends on your audience03:11
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matthew_wjimcooncat; Also, it can compile in C++ now, apparently.03:12
matthew_wjimcooncat; or so it says in the installer.03:12
jimcooncatmatthew_w, I just apt-get what I need03:12
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robrcan i get some help with installing please?03:12
matthew_wjimcooncat: When you say depends on my audience, what do you mean?  Like only linux users will be able to use it?03:13
matthew_wrobr; what are you installing?03:13
alarmystno one here is using a webcam ? if no, which one ?03:13
matthew_wrobr; Ok, what stage are you at?03:13
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mikebotis there a way to access files on my ntfs hdd?03:13
robri downloaded the iso ... i put in the cd, it gave me the option to press enter or type server, so i pressed enter then:03:13
Madpilotalarmyst, have a look at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Webcam03:13
mikebotwhen i double click the hdd on my desktop it says..03:13
jimcooncatmatthew_w, like you have to learn how to package for ubuntu, or for red hat, or for windows -- different techniques for each03:13
robrinvalid compressed format (err=1). 2nd line ( last line). Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown block (0,0)03:14
mikebotthat i don't have permission03:14
amonkeywhich package is kdialog in?03:14
matthew_wrobr; hrm...03:14
Madpilotmikebot, right-click on the drive, hit Properties - who is listed as owner?03:14
LycoLocomikebot: you can read them, but I wouldn't advise writing to it03:14
khafraI need a version of the instructions at http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=24575 with explanations03:14
elkbuntualarmyst google for spca5xx and look at the table of cameras they support... that's just one driver, other drivers will support other cams03:14
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ttreadmikebot the linux kernel can read ntfs but can't write to it03:14
robrmatthew_w: yea :/ its pretty od, i tried win xp pro and it seemed to start using the HD fine ...03:14
matthew_wrobr; what kind of computer, and what kind of hard drive setup, etc?03:15
pianoboy3333Where do I wanna install fglrx to? What path?03:15
alarmystelkbuntu nice tip03:15
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xerophytesay for example your server has 2 drive . the server currently online using the boot partition on the /dev/sda .. is there anyway to switch the server to boot with boot /dev/sdb without going into the bios03:15
LycoLocomikebot: have you mounted them?03:15
mikebotcan i read them and save them on this partition?03:15
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mikebotthen write to those copies?03:15
Madpilotpianoboy3333, get the one out of Ubuntu's repos03:15
frogfrogfrogjust installed kubuntu - i cant see the task bar only the icons on the desktop03:15
robrmatthew_w: its an asus mobo, asus cd-r, amd cpu i think ...03:15
Madpilotmikebot, yes, you can copy stuff off NTFS drives03:15
matthew_wrobr; I mean, is there anything special about how you have your hard drives set up03:15
pianoboy3333Madpilot: I'm having trouble with that...03:15
mikebotor do i have to like email them all to myself, then download them on this partition03:15
brennerdave: what res. do you want03:15
pianoboy3333Madpilot: (dapper)03:16
matthew_wrobr; like, a few masters and slaves etc?03:16
dave1024x768 would be nice03:16
ttreadxerophyte, use grub and edit menu.lst03:16
Madpilotpianoboy3333, for dapper, try #ubuntu+103:16
mikebotMadhow do i do that when it says i don't have permission to opent he folder?03:16
pianoboy3333Madpilot: no one is being helpful there03:16
brennerdave: do you need/want 3d support?03:16
davebut I could live with 800x600, this is just going to be a set it and forget it email and browser box for a friend03:16
daveno 3d required03:16
Madpilotmikebot, did you right-click on it like I asked?03:16
Madpilot!tell dave about fixres03:16
mikebotsoryr no, didn't see that03:16
musikerahi I just want to ask regarding my laptop. I use Ubuntu linux03:17
mikebotfile owner is root03:17
robrmatthew_w: primary master = HD (Western Digital 80gb), primary slave = asus cd drive03:17
jimcooncatmusikera, just ask03:17
Madpilotmikebot, have you read the mount howto in the wiki?03:17
brennerdave: i've fixed the resolution related lines.  replace the file with this: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/947403:17
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mikebotMadpilot: i read the dualboot one, but not the mount03:18
ubotumethinks pastebin is a site where you can post large texts and screenshots so you don't flood the channel. You can find it at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org - Install webboard for easy pasting from the gnome taskbar :)03:18
musikeraI have a sierra wireless aircard, is this device suppoted  by ubuntu linux03:18
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mikebotMadpilot: did i mess up when i installed this?03:18
brennerdave: whoops. hang on03:18
matthew_wrobr; and you're just pressing enter when the prompt comes up?  Wow that's strange.  I don't know what to tell you really X_X03:18
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Madpilot!tell mikebot about mount03:18
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robrmatthew_w: yea :/ its od, and i did a slow burn as well03:18
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IdleOne!tell musikera about wireless03:19
brennerdave: replace it with this: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/947503:19
Hi^gh^Lifehey has anyone gotten the nforce410 chipset working?03:19
kbrooksAny GOOD applications packaged in ubuntu?03:19
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brennerdave: if that doesn't work, follow the wiki Madpilot gave you the link to03:19
Xenguykbrooks: none03:19
ttreadHi^gh^Life yes, I have03:19
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_jasonkbrooks: that's highly subjective03:19
daveok thanks much appreciate the help all03:19
Hi^gh^Lifewhich board?03:19
ttreadI have a Biostar TForce-939 AMD6403:20
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Hi^gh^Lifeyes u are my savour03:20
Hi^gh^LifeGIve info man03:20
musikerapls help me how can I use my sierra wireless aicard in ubuntu linux03:20
robrmatthew_w: where should i go with this, like how should i go about getting help ...03:20
ubotuplease don't use the "enter" key as punctuation! It spams the channel and is annoying. Write in complete sentences and keep your replies and questions on one line if possible. Thanks!03:20
Hi^gh^Lifeim have been trying to get this working for a month or two now03:20
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ttreadI installed the NVIDIA driver from their website03:20
Madpilotmusikera, IdleOne gave you a link that should help03:20
matthew_wrobr; hrm.  Wow, I have no idea.  You can keep asking in here, maybe someone else would know.03:21
Hi^gh^Lifedapper or breezy?03:21
mikebotMadpilot: when i typed sudo mount /dev/hddi /backup03:21
robrmatthew_w: should i mayb start a bug report? or?03:21
ttreadYes, works like a charm.  I am also using their driver for the onboard 6100 graphics03:21
musikerathanx madpilot03:21
stonedMadpilot, I can't seem to find the list of things that will be different in dapper from breezy03:21
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mikebotit gave me the error: you must specify the filesystem type03:21
stonedMadpilot, do you know of such a resource, my keyword searching ablities suck I guess03:21
ttreadI'm running Kubuntu Breezy AMD 6403:21
matthew_wrobr; Nah, make sure the error doesn't exist between monitor and chair, like it usually does for me.03:21
FlannelKingmatthew_w: actually, it's keyboard and chair, PEBKAC.03:22
bubba_mikebot, did you mean /dev/hdd1 or /dev/hddi ?03:22
Hi^gh^Lifehmm ok03:22
robrmatthew_w: ok03:22
Hi^gh^Lifeanything else special that u did?03:22
mikebot1 i think03:22
riddleboxcan you setup LVM after you install ubuntu?03:22
Madpilotstoned, some of it's here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DapperFlight403:22
Hi^gh^Lifeor anything i should make sure i do03:22
anthonyif i used the apt-get command to download wine, where is it's source code directory located?03:22
Hi^gh^Lifei tryed it in breezy03:22
robrcan i please have some with an error im getting installing ubuntu?03:22
FlannelKingrobr: it's usually best to just ask about the error, instead of asking to ask.03:23
Madpilotmikebot, make sure your user owns /backup - even better, put /backup in your home directory03:23
ttreadHi^gh^Life the NVIDIA driver is a binary shell installer that you run from the console, and I needed to install some packages to build the kernel module03:23
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matthew_wDoes anyone know why the Ubuntu installer would return an error similar to the ones in GRUB when you have the mount points etc. set up badly?03:23
mikebotMadpilot: i don't really know how to do any of that03:23
robrflannelking: ok03:23
Hi^gh^Lifeyes like the gcc03:23
ttreadThe installer guide you through it kind of03:23
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ttreadYeah the gcc and the kernel headers03:24
tkI  need to fix my sound some how.... it dies after running a video in Totem apparently (Rhythym box dont work) but if I log off/shutdown it plays the exit sound.....03:24
Hi^gh^Lifeyes hmm i tryed it today03:24
Hi^gh^Lifedidnt seem to work03:24
mikebotmadpilot one seocnd, brb03:24
ttreadYou tried it and it didn't work?03:24
Hi^gh^Life32bit dapper03:24
ttreadWhat error did you get?03:24
Hi^gh^Lifenone it installed fine03:24
Hi^gh^Lifebut when it was done the xserver wouldnt start03:25
Hi^gh^Lifei had to manually start it03:25
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robrim trying to install ubuntu, after being asked to press enter or type server, i press enter then get this error: invalid compressed format (err=1). 2nd line ( last line). Kernel panic - not syncing: VFS: unable to mount root fs on unknown block (0,0). any help appreciated03:25
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Hi^gh^Lifelike reconfigure and the startx03:25
Syco54645can someone please tell me the default fonts for gnome with ubuntu03:25
stonedMadpilot, there are two months left, I have always used sid, I do not know anything about how ubuntu works, haven't had time to read upon it, but is drake avilable for use atm?  just to check it out?  it would be cool if it was somewhat stable enough to test out as a desktop?03:25
ttreadDid you install both drivers?03:25
Syco54645i changed them and want to change them back now03:25
Hi^gh^Lifeand then when i tryed to connect to my internet connection nothing happened03:25
Hi^gh^Lifewhat do u mean both dirvers03:25
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ttreadThere's a chipset driver and a graphics driver03:26
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bubba_robr, sounds like a bad cd.03:26
_jasonSyco54645: I think they are: sans, sans, sans bold, monospace.  That's what I have anyway03:26
Madpilotstoned, it's available, and apparently fairly stable... but if you're familiar with Debian sid, all the command line stuff is identical in Ubuntu - mounting & such03:26
ttreadThe chipset one is called 310 and the graphics is 8174, at least for my board03:26
Hi^gh^Lifei must have only installed one03:26
robrbubba_ : i just redownloaded the iso and wrote it again03:26
stonedMadpilot, would I have to reinstall or can i go from breezy to badger using sources.list03:26
Syco54645_jason: ok thanks.  i just changed them all in an effort to make a bad resolution look better, and it worked03:26
matthew_wrobr; if you're not in a hurry, you can order the CD's for free03:26
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ttreadAlso make sure you get the 32-bit versions of the drivers03:26
Madpilotstoned, Breezy Badger is the same thing - Dapper Drake (or 6.04) is the new version in testing03:27
robrmatthew_w: they'd ship them to New Zealand?03:27
bubba_robr, I did that several times before i burned it on a different computer... then it worked...03:27
Hi^gh^Lifedo u think u could give me links03:27
Hi^gh^Lifecus i could only find one03:27
Madpilot!tell robr about shipit03:27
dcodeI got some issues with debconf.  It tries to execute 'local' which apparently isn't installed on my system03:27
Hi^gh^Lifehere let me check agian03:27
dcodeerr 'locale' rather03:27
stonedMadpilot, typo, I mean from breezy to dapper03:27
Madpilotstoned, you can03:27
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Hi^gh^Lifeis there a way i can contact u if i need your help in anyway?03:28
robrbubba_: seems really od though ... how can i get it wrong ... i just download and burn it ...03:28
tkanyone any good with sound problems?03:28
Madpilot!tell stoned about dapper03:28
dcodehow do I get 'locale' on my box or tell debconf to ignore it because I only speak english...(actually that's not true)03:28
ttreadYeah you can email me at theodore_3@yahoo.com03:28
matthew_wrobr; yep!  But, you can reburn it on a different computer.  Make sure the file is write by checking the checksum, or md5 before you burn it.03:28
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dcode!tell dcode about dapper03:28
_jasonttread: this channel is logged, expect spam :)03:28
bubba_robr, yeah.. i know... my old laptop reliably makes cd's that fail at some point.03:28
ttreadThanks _jason, I have a good spam filter03:29
robr:( ok ill try another computer03:29
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matthew_wHere's a question, why do I have 2 sound drivers?  Like, ALSA, and OSS03:29
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matthew_wI've had a lot of problems with getting sound to work properly on my linboxen.03:29
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_jasonttread: you will find out :), I was just letting you know for the future03:29
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dcodehow do I install '/usr/bin/locale'?  packages.ubuntu.com sez it's in libc6, but I just installed that and got nichts03:29
Q_ContinuumSound is a secondary concern for me: first, I want my dual displays! lol03:30
Hi^gh^Lifeoh yeah did u get the sound drivers working?03:30
Q_ContinuumNg, you around by chance yet?03:30
Hi^gh^Lifecus thats probably what i need most?03:30
ttreadHi^gh^Life I do have sound working mostly03:30
Q_ContinuumOr anyone else done anything around enabling TwinView on an Nvidia card?03:30
dejxhuh! how do i change layout in tty1_03:30
Q_Continuumlayout as in what dejx?03:30
ttreadThe chipset driver includes a module called nvsound03:30
Hi^gh^Lifedefine mostly03:31
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_jasondcode: dpkg-reconfigure locales, guessing :/03:31
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ttreadYeah I can play songs and have audio on movies, but my system notifications aren't working for some reason03:31
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dcode_jason: thnx...I'll try that...03:31
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dejxi want to use03:31
dejxenglish keyboard03:31
Hi^gh^Lifehmm thats different03:31
stonedQ_Continuum, read the official nvidia twinview guide03:31
dejxbut im stuck here on slovenian03:31
jetscreameran example of enabled twinview, nvidia: http://hfds.com/debian_files/xorg.conf.txt03:31
_jasondcode: and maybe reinstall that package 'locales'03:31
Hi^gh^Lifewell at least u have the important stuff03:31
jimcooncatanyone know a good toolkit for making bootable CD's with custom software on it?03:32
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Hi^gh^Lifei guess this will be my project for tmmrw03:32
Q_Continuumstoned: do you know if it's posted on Nvida's site or something?  I've tried looking, I'll dig again.03:32
Hi^gh^Lifegood night03:32
ttreadgood luck with it03:32
stonedQ_Continuum, google03:32
bubba_I have a weird one... why does the headphone line in my mixer work like the master (and master does nothing ) ?03:32
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Q_Continuumstoned: I know.03:32
dcode_jason: no dice03:32
dejxfound it03:32
_jasondcode: did it throw an error?03:33
stonedQ_Continuum, http://linuxweblog.com/node/19103:33
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anthonyif something is in zip format, how do i "unzip" it?03:33
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Syco54645how can i change the resolution in gdm?03:33
jetscreamertry unzip03:33
Q_ContinuumThanks stoned, didn't see that one.03:33
_jasonanthony: the archive manager will open it, or unzip03:33
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dcode_jason: yes...sec...I'll pastebin it03:33
stonedQ_Continuum, use the link I gave you with officla nvidia driver documentation to construct your own xorg.conf03:33
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Q_ContinuumRoger, thanks!03:34
jetscreameror just use the one i posted as a guide03:34
Tigg0rI am off ... thanks and good bye03:34
Q_Continuumtried two other howtos and neither worked. heh.03:34
Madpilotanthony, just double-click on it, the Archive Manager will start up03:34
anthony_jason: i don't have archive manager installed, is there a CLI way to do it?03:34
_jasonanthony: 'unzip file'03:34
jetscreamerapt-get install unzip03:34
Q_Continuumjetscreamer, I'll also take a look at that, thanks!03:34
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jetscreamerQ_Continuum: it works03:34
lisklon ubuntu how can i bring up azureus in a eterm03:35
robrthx for the help guys, going to format the drive im trying to install on before trying to install it ...03:35
Madpilotlater, all03:35
Syco54645the reason that i ask is because right now it scrolls around for me to be able to see everything03:35
anthonyjetscreamer, _jason: thanks03:35
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dcode_jason: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/947703:36
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lisklon ubuntu 5.10 how can i bring up azureus in a eterm?03:36
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muzikdoes anybody know how to get a wireless router working as an access point03:37
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trebor15i have a problem: i have installed ubuntu on the master hdd of my computer, and windows xp is on my slave hdd.  it worked before, but now when i restart and try and go into windows xp, i get the following error:03:37
trebor15it tells me that it is booting, and then shows this:03:37
muzikliskl just go to your azureus directory, and go ./azureus03:37
trebor15root (hd1,0)03:37
trebor15 Filesystem type unknown, partition type 0x703:37
trebor15make active03:37
trebor15chainloader +103:37
_jasondcode: you've reinstalled debconf and libc6?03:37
_jasontrebor15: please use http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/ , thanks03:38
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dcode_jason: yes...I'm re-installing locales now...I copied /usr/bin/locale and /usr/bin/localedef from another box and hopefully this works03:38
concept10trebor15, that should be makeactive not make active03:39
_jasondcode: kludgy kludge kludge :)03:39
tkanyone able to help with jacked up sound problem?03:39
trebor15ya, sorry :P03:39
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jetscreamertrebor15: do you have ntfs compiled into the initrd03:39
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jetscreamer7 is ntfs partition type btw03:39
trebor15jetscreamer: couldn't tell ya03:40
ttreadtrebor15, there is a bug in grub where sometimes the drive numbers get reversed03:40
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concept10trebor15, change it and then run update-grub and then reboot into windows hell03:40
jetscreamerttread: that's not a bug in grub03:40
jetscreamerthat's udev03:40
dcodeno dice03:40
ttreadOk I stand corrected03:40
dcode*grumble grumble*03:40
jetscreamerttread: good udev rules fixes it03:41
dcode_jason: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/947803:41
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dcode_jason: it worked better than it did...03:41
dcodebut not it dies on python crap03:41
ttreadjetscreamer, I have fixed it by editing the grub menu.lst03:41
jetscreameryes... but that's just patching the symptom03:41
_jasondcode: is this a new install?03:41
IdleOne!tell dcode  about enter03:41
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dcodedamn python....always biting me in the ass (pun intended)03:42
ttreadjetscreamer where do you edit udev rules?03:42
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jetscreamerttread: the docs are in /usr/share/doc/udev , or so03:42
dcode_jason: it's started from Dapper Flight2, and steadily updating :-!03:42
ttreadok thx jetscreamer03:42
dcodeproblem is, this is my project development box...as in...specifically this hardware03:42
_jasondcode: *continues guessing*: dpkg-reconfigure debconf03:43
trebor15so i should switch the primary and secondary hdds?03:43
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mykiWhat do you use for streamcast tv? Totem has terrible sound lags ;/03:44
jetscreameranother work around is to apt-get install yaird, apt-get remove udev.03:44
dcodeLOL... /usr/sbin/dpkg-reconfigure: debconf is broken or not fully installed03:44
_jasondcode: you might want to try #ubuntu+1 for the dapper channel, maybe someone else had a similar problem03:44
ttreadtrebor15, I have fixed this problem in the past by editing the grub menu.lst and reversing the drive numbers, but jetscreamer tells me that it's better to edit the udev rules03:44
dcode_jason: thnx03:44
jetscreamerttread: no i just told you that editing that is patching the symptom, not that it's better or worse03:45
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jetscreamerttread: if it works don't mess with it is my motto03:45
TOZTWOWhat version of XFree86 comes with Breezy?03:45
tkcan anyone recommend something to fix my sound?03:45
jetscreamerprobably none03:45
jetscreamerthink xorg03:46
trebor15ttread: edit the udev rules?03:46
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jetscreamertrebor15: what worked for me, ymmv:03:46
kbrooksTOZTWO, xfree86 is dead.03:46
jetscreameranother work around is to apt-get install yaird, apt-get remove udev.03:46
anthonywhenever i  log into Gnome get this error:03:46
anthonyThe panel encountered a problem while loading "OAFIID:GNOME_Panel_WirelessApplet".03:46
anthony anybody know the fix to this problem?03:46
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IdleOneanthony:  remove the wireless applet you installed03:47
peeryis there a way to get the 2.6.13 kernel on an install of ubuntu?03:47
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freebsepeery: compile it03:47
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peeryfreebse: :-) beside that. I guess I can't apt-get it...03:48
FlannelKingpeery: it's in dapper.  If that's any consolation03:48
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tkhow can I reset my sound since it seems to have died after playing an AVI in totem?03:48
peeryFlannelKing: dapper?03:48
IdleOneisnt there a apt-get package v=versionnumber?03:49
FlannelKingpeery: Ubuntu 6.04 "Dapper Drake"03:49
anthonyIdleOne: all i installed was xserver-xorg, gnome-core, gaim, xfonts-base, xchat, gdm, and synaptic, i didn't install any wireless applet, but i do have a wireless card on my desktop and i would like to use it. anyways, back to the problem, i did not install any wireless applet.03:49
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IdleOneanthony:  then its something with the wireless card causing that error03:49
tkit spossible it tried to plug and play it? linux does that these days03:49
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freebsepeery: exactly... but you can take the one from debian :) *ggg >>> ja I know I should not mention D.b.i.n :) but this works03:50
ubuntuhola como estan03:50
IdleOnehola ubuntu03:50
ubotuHispanohablantes: Por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, alli obtendran mas ayuda.03:50
ubuntude donde son yo estoy en calama chile03:50
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peeryfreebse: if I add debian sources to my source.list will they be compatible and not break anything?03:51
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freebsepeery: besides you will lose ubuntu's own made changes to the kernel03:51
IdleOneubntu aqui es un canal ingles por favor ablas in ingles o usas /join #ubuntu-es ()03:51
ubuntuhay alguin de chile03:51
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IdleOneno creo03:51
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tkok... is there anywhere ELSE I can get help wiuth my sound problem?03:51
ubuntude donde eres03:52
FlannelKingpeery: No, don't mix debian and ubuntu.  What do you use your box for?03:52
freebsepeery: it is dangerous to use debian sources on ubuntu... I won't advise you to do so... it worked for me, but you could also run in trouble...03:52
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blt4mudanyone here using ubuntu on a laptop with wireless?03:52
IdleOne!tell blt4mud  about wireless03:52
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peeryFlannelKing: I need to use inotify (or dnotify) which is included in 2.6.1303:52
ubotuit has been said that wireless is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsWirelessNetworkCards03:52
tkI'm not using the wireless but I am on a laptop with wireless and ubuntu does that count? :P03:52
sampanwhat's the command for stopping/restarting cups?  (i had to turn off my printer to put in new toner and now it's not printing -- restarting cups might return it to functionality?)03:52
freebseforget what I said, don't use the debian kernel on ubuntu, I just said it is possible, but it is not good to do so03:52
ubuntuque paso lokito03:53
peeryfreebse: I thought debian and ubuntu where like tightly coupled? it sounds like this isn't so or starting to lean that way03:53
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xiaoyumy totem can not  play RMVB file,but mplayer could how to let totem play rmvb file03:53
FlannelKingpeery: you could always switch to dapper.  It's mostly stable.  (or at the very least, take a look at dapper and decide if you're willing to upgrade early)03:53
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_jasonubotu: tell tk about support03:53
wastrelsampan:  try sudo /etc/init.d/cupsys restart03:53
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jetscreamer/etc/init.d/cup<tab> restart03:54
sampanwastrel  and jetscreamer thanks :)03:54
ubuntusolo se que nada se03:54
ubotuHispanohablantes: Por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, alli obtendran mas ayuda.03:54
liskl_mplayer states that it can't find master: 003:54
peeryFlannelKing: how do I do that? does it require a new full install?03:54
quickenhello all I am new 2 umbuntu & need 2 open the rpm package & cant03:54
liskl_any ideas on how to fix it?03:54
_jasonubotu: escreve: /join #ubuntu-es03:54
ubotu_jason: Bugger all, I dunno. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/03:54
xiaoyumy totem can not  play RMVB file,but mplayer could how to let totem play rmvb file03:54
freebsepeery: ubuntu made changes to the default kernel, but at my place I alleays use debian kernel with ubuntu... but I can not say if I use debian or ubuntu... but there arte problems... so better don';t mix it like everybody else advise you in here03:54
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_jasonubuntu: escreve: /join #ubuntu-es03:54
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ubotuPor favor use #ubuntu-br (/j #ubuntu-br) ou #ubuntu-pt (/j #ubuntu-pt) para ajuda em portugues. Obrigada.03:55
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jetscreamerjsut in case03:55
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brycerhello.  first time trying irc.  test entry.03:55
quickenwhere can I download the code to run rpm files on umbuntu?03:55
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pudlandafter boot-up, "session lasted only 10 sec......".  "_IceTrans" errors out the wazoo. help??03:55
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FlannelKingpeery: nope, it's pretty easy.   I don't have instructions on me at the moment, they might be in the forums (or, probably are), someone here might also have a link.03:55
_jasonxiaoyu: try totem-xine but I don't know whata  rmvb file is03:55
blrichcan someone help? upgraded to dapper, everything works fine but i'm having trouble with the gnome panel. when i enter gnome, the top panel is frozen, doesn't respond to mouse clicks, and has no applets running on it etc (just has menus). if i kill/restart it, same thing03:55
ubuntumuchachotes como estan en el chat03:55
peeryFlannelKing: okay, thanks. I'll try to smoke them out03:55
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blrichi think it's a session problem, or a problem with one of the panel applets03:56
_jasonquicken: that is not recommended and should be avoided if possible, what are you trying to install?03:56
jetscreamerno ayuda aqui /join #ubuntu-es03:56
FlannelKingpeery: I'd try checking out the forums, since you'll also be able to get a feel for what's still unstable with dapper.03:56
quickenI need 2 install limewire03:56
ubuntuhoy mate a dos delincuentes03:56
_jasonblrich: try a making a new user and see if it happens there03:56
quickenbecause bit-torent sucks03:56
anthonywhat's the application/package that allows you monitor your network activity (you know, like there are two computers and when your network is busy, it lights up) and configure your wireless (such as WPA and such), i'm asking 'cause i did a server install so those applications are not installed by default03:57
ubuntumaana tengo programadas 3 muertes mas03:57
ech0waveI'm attempting to mess around in the shell and I try and do a command like *update-rc.d -f gdm remove* which makes ubuntu load into a text mode and it is telling me that"permission denied" any ideas?03:57
blrich_jason, good idea i'll try03:57
jetscreamer!info azureus03:57
anthonybut i remember seening them when did a default install of ubuntu03:57
_jasonubuntu: por favor escreve: /join #ubuntu-es03:57
uboturumour has it, azureus is a popular bittorent client written in Java, installation instructions can be found at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AzureusHowTo03:57
atoponceanthong, ethereal03:57
anthonyatoponce: thanks03:57
jetscreamercayete guey03:57
brycerquestion:  i've got my system dual-booting slackware and daper drake.  My chaintech av710 soundcard is fine in slack but no sound in ubuntu.  i've tried everything i could find googling.  no luck.03:57
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FlannelKingech0wave: assuming you know what you're doing with the update shindig, you probably need a sudo.03:58
_jasonbrycer: try #ubuntu+1 for dapper03:58
quickenanyway I also want 2 be able 2 run an emulator for exe files & it probly will give me an rpm file :(03:58
atoponcebrycer, is your sound on the mobo?03:58
ubuntu you probably need a sudo03:58
ubuntuquestion:  i've got my system dual-booting slackware and daper drake.  My chaintech av710 soundcard is fine in slack but no sound in ubuntu.  i've tried everything i could find googling.  no luck.03:58
ech0waveFlannelKing: thanks...sudo...off to google...03:58
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bryceratoponce- no.  i've got a chaintech av710 pci sound card.03:58
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atoponceahh, you said that :)03:58
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liskl_anyone have any idea as to how to fix this problem with mplayer / alsa? 'alsa-space xrun of at least 0.00X msecs. resetting stream'03:59
quickencan any1 suggest a good site with freeware for a windows emulator for linux?03:59
atoponceis alsa running in dapper?03:59
jetscreamerlol it speaks03:59
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liskl_no breezy badger03:59
twilightquicken: try searching the forum for VMware03:59
quickenI just installed umbuntu & everything works great :p03:59
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eob84quicken, ar you running games or windows apps?03:59
Guardianngood evening03:59
quickenand an irc server03:59
mebaran151_anybody here run screem?04:00
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eob84quicken, do you know how to compile applications?04:00
bryceri think alsa is running.  how do i verify?04:00
quickennot a clue04:00
liskl_anyone have any idea as to how to fix this problem with mplayer / alsa? 'alsa-space xrun of at least 0.00X msecs. resetting stream'?04:00
eob84quicken, which game?04:00
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quickenjust started umbuntu about hour ago04:00
ManticeI got my broadband working04:00
FlannelKingquicken: why windows for an irc server?  linux has lots, unless you need a particular server04:00
eob84quicken, k... try cedega04:00
quickenthey dont got a linux version its in c+ coding04:00
ManticeHow do you install a .run file04:01
eob84quicken, if you want binary packages you have to buy it... you can compile it your self04:01
atoponcebrycer, can you modify your volume in gnome? if so, it's running.04:01
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mebaran151_Mantice, probably sh file.run04:01
eob84sh file.run04:01
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quickencedega? I google that?04:01
eob84quicken, yea04:01
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glacioushrmm.  i installed a new power supply, and Ubuntu works fine, but Windows, at the login screen my KB + mouse don't work.04:01
bubba_Mantice, sudo ./.run04:01
quickenwel lI do know there are emulators, just looking for a freebee04:01
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glaciousi wonder what could be up...  besides it being windows and all ;)04:01
mebaran151_what does everyone here use to do WebDevelopment04:01
matthew_wIs there any reliable program for using and reading guitar tabs for Ubuntu?04:01
eob84quicken, well you can try wine04:02
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bryceryes.  i can change the volume...but no sound.04:02
eob84quicken, cedega is better for games04:02
quickentrying 2 d/l that why I wanted limewire :)04:02
matthew_wmebaran151;  nvu,  or  screem04:02
FlannelKingmebaran151_: a text editor, vi, scite, whatever your preffered text editor is04:02
mebaran151_I was going to use screem04:02
mebaran151_but it won't start04:02
elkbuntumebaran151_, quanta+04:02
mebaran151_always crashes without a trace, even in terminal04:02
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eob84quicken, if you want I can walk through the compile process for the cvs cedega04:02
bubba_i can change the volume on my computer... i just use the headphone control, instead of volume.. weird huh.04:03
mebaran151_I'd prefer to use screem, as it fits with gnome better04:03
Manticesh worked04:03
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kameronanyone running dvorak layout?04:03
ttreadmatthew_w have you looked at songwrite04:03
atoponcebrycer, then i don't know.  i'm not familiar with that sound card, and i haven't dabbled in dapper yet.  maybe #ubuntu+1 will have better help?04:03
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bryceri think i'll work on it some more solo tomorrow.  thanks.04:04
pianoboy3333Are there any CLI-based IRC clients?04:04
pudlandafter boot-up, "session lasted only 10 sec......".  "_IceTrans" errors out the wazoo. help??04:04
FlannelKingpianoboy3333: irssi!04:04
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matthew_wI'll try it04:04
tgapianoboy3333, indeed, irssi04:04
pianoboy3333ok, kool, ths04:04
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tgapianoboy3333, sudo apt-get install irssi-text04:04
ech0wave**I keep trying to type commads and I have changed my password in the shell but it just asked me if i was a root????**04:05
sir_quickenproblem, wine in in a rpm & I cant open them :(04:05
sir_quickenwhat is umbuntu? red hat drake? or somthing else04:05
_jasonech0wave: what is 'it'?  what are you doing?04:05
eob84sir_quicken, do this sudo apt-get install wine04:05
bubba_ech0wave, i have no idea what your doing, but im sure its wrong.04:05
tgathere must be something in the air tonight04:06
matthew_wOh god no04:06
sir_quickendo that where in terminal?04:06
matthew_wThe same thing happened to me the last time I tried to install this04:06
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matthew_wlilypond pre install returns error status 104:06
matthew_wand then no matter what I do I simply can't get rid of lilypond04:06
FlannelKingsir_quicken: ubuntu is apt based.  And there's also a package (although I can't remember what it is) to convert rpm to deb04:06
ech0wavethe shell itself im trying to have linux boot to a console but even trying to run updates i cant get any commands to work at all04:06
ech0wave*in the shell that is*04:06
tgaFlannelKing, sir_quicken: it's called alien04:06
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atoponceFlannelKing, alien04:07
eob84anyone here have Unreal Tournament on ubuntu?04:07
_jasonech0wave: what commands04:07
ech0waveapt-get update04:07
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sir_quickenI can d/l diffrent types freeBSD mandrake red hat source & more, this seems liek a BSD04:07
_jasonech0wave: sudo apt-get update04:07
_jasonubotu: tell ech0wave about sudo04:07
liskl_temporary fix for mplayer alsa-space error "mplayer -ao sdl file.mp3"04:07
twitch101is there a ppf applier for linux?04:07
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ech0wavebut it keeps saying im not authorized "permission denied"04:07
eob84sudo apt-get update04:08
_jasonliskl_: you can set srate=48000 to fix that04:08
matthew_wWhat on earth is "kpsewitch"04:08
twitch101is there a ppf applier for linux?04:08
sir_quickenah got it updating04:08
liskl__jason:i can and still use alsa?04:08
ech0wavei thought i got a sudo by changing the password in su04:08
_jasonech0wave: are you using the user you created during the install?04:08
_jasonliskl_: yep, worked for me anyway04:08
pomalleymatthew_w: i'm back. sorry. with the video card problem?04:08
ech0waveyes i am04:08
bubba_twitch101, do you mean a pdf viewer ?04:08
sir_quickenif you made another user he dont have admin access04:09
twitch101i mean something to a apply a ppf patch04:09
sir_quickenthat I do know :)04:09
_jasonech0wave: did you do a normal install or did you do expert?04:09
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FlannelKingtwitch101: what's a ppf patch? (images?)04:09
eob84sir_quicken, you may need to edit your sources.lst to "unlcock" more packages04:09
_jasonech0wave: paste the output of the command 'groups'04:09
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FlannelKingoh, playstation patch?04:09
ech0wavek one sec04:09
twitch101not playstation patch04:09
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matthew_wpomalley; sure.04:09
twitch101something like ppf-o-matic04:09
sir_quickencan you tell me what platform gpg files are? from there i can do it easy04:10
twitch101there is a bunch of them for windows04:10
ech0waveech0wave adm dialout cdrom floppy audio dip video plugdev lpadmin scanner admin04:10
matthew_wpomalley; not sure about ati, I use nvidia, you should make sure you have the latest drivers, first of all.04:10
ubotuI guess ati is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/ATI or http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=24557&page=1&pp=10 or http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=42358904:10
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drgreborni have a problem with eclipse, Error creating feature "file:/usr/lib/eclipse/features/org.eclipse.pde.source_3.1.1/". [/usr/lib/eclipse/features/org.eclipse.pde.source_3.1.1/feature.xml (No such file or directory)] 04:10
_jasonech0wave: what does 'sudo echo hi' do?04:10
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pomalleymatthew_w: thanks04:10
liskl__jason:please restate fix for alsaspace problem04:10
drgrebornis it bacause it has no write access to the directory?04:10
FlannelKingtwitch101: google says there's one called ppf4Linux, butthere are also a lot more04:10
sir_quickentry & see :P04:10
drgrebornhow do I fix this?04:10
_jasonliskl_: you can set srate=48000 to fix that04:10
graftanyone up on KDE at all?04:10
FlannelKingtwitch101: I googled ["playstation patch" linux] 04:10
ech0wavei dunno am i supposed to....04:10
_jasonliskl_: put that in ~/.mplayer/config04:10
graftspcifically, how do i call up the config dialog for media autorun?04:11
_jasonech0wave: huh?04:11
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twitch101its not playstation patch04:11
matthew_wpomalley; if apt-getting the drivers doesn't work, let me know04:11
riddleboxis it there a way to find out why I cannot use anything with sound right now? everything says something has /dev/dsp?04:11
sir_quickenI guess I attempt 2 d/l files til lI see a gpg file :P04:11
FlannelKingtwitch101: that's what ppf-o-matic claims to do.  so, what are you looking for exactly?04:11
ech0wavethat was what happened when i typed groups04:11
eob84I am trying to run the unreal tournament install script... but each time I run it nothing happens... can anyone help me with this?04:11
linux_user400354is there a vnc channel?04:12
_jasonech0wave: what does 'sudo echo hi' do?04:12
ech0wavewhere do u see "sudo echo hi"04:12
_jasonech0wave: type that as a command04:12
linux_user400354i keep getting disconnected from vnc and a error message is getting printed in terminal04:12
ech0waveit says hi04:12
graftman no one ever answers my questions...04:12
eob84graft, what is your question?04:13
grafti don't give off the right cluelessness waves04:13
linux_user400354graft try #kubuntu04:13
grafthow do i call up the media autorun config dialog in KDE04:13
graft#kubuntu sucks04:13
bubba_ech0wave, sudo is a command to temprorarily be root  for a specific command,  echo displays text onto the consol, hi means hello04:13
liskl__jason: you rock bigtime04:13
graftno one is ever active there04:13
biovoregraft: media autorun?04:13
ttreadgraft, I am running Kubuntu and I every CD I put in opens a window04:13
linux_user400354graft, id tell you the answer if i knew it04:13
_jasonech0wave: paste the errors you get with 'sudo apt-get update' on http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/04:13
sir_quickenQuestion can I run tbz files in umbuntu?04:13
eob84graft, media auto run... you need to be more specific04:13
graftttread: yeah, how do i call that window up any other time?04:14
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_JECKEL_hi all04:14
ech0waveok thx04:14
graftum... eob84 when you stick in a DVD or something, it does some auto-play sort of thing04:14
biovoregraft: konqueror | Storage Media04:14
ttreadgraft, I don't know04:14
eob84sir_quicken, not as a package... each platform usually has there own binary package format04:14
_JECKEL_anyone have any experience in making MUD's?04:14
graftbiovore: ah... cool lemme try that04:14
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Rob_DudeHi all04:14
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eob84graft, that won't work in linux... only in windows... most of the splashes are in windows... or mac format04:14
sir_quickenyeah I am trying 2 find what binarys I can open, htis si freebsd04:14
IdleOneheya Rob_Dude04:14
biovoregraft: you can also look under /media on your filesystem04:14
grafteob84: no, it' doesn't run autorun.inf or something04:15
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biovoregraft: this is not windows!!!04:15
ech0waveHoly shit as soon as i typed sudo in front of it everything worked!!!!!!!!!!!!!04:15
graftit just runs some pre-defined actionbased on the media type04:15
eob84sir_quicken, *.deb is the binary backage for ubuntu04:15
sir_quickenah thx04:15
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ech0wave*wow im a n00b*04:15
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eob84sir_quicken, do you know how to use apt04:15
biovoregraft: that define via the file associations in kde04:15
IdleOneech0wave:  we are all happy for you but please keep the language G rated ()04:15
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graftbiovore: no, it's not a -file- association, it recognizes the media type... DVD, video CD, etc.04:16
ttreadgraft, what is it you're trying to do?04:16
_jasonech0wave: sudo gives you superuser privileges, read your private messages from ubotu :)04:16
sir_quickenI do now04:16
riddleboxcan someone help me find out why I cannot use any application with sound, I am always told /dev/dsp is busy?04:16
graftttread: i just want to get that dialog you get when you stick in an audio CD04:16
sir_quickendont think it will run rpms :(04:16
biovoregraft: then I am not realy understanding what you want then..04:16
graftfrom the command line04:16
graftor somehow04:16
grafti mean i want to launch that dialog, but i can't figure out how04:16
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eob84biovore, he wants to run splash screens off cd's using auto run... it won't work in linux04:16
sir_quickensudo apt-get install filename :P04:16
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grafteob84: no, i don't want to do that04:17
biovoreeob84: ah got ya04:17
graftKDE has a feature where if you stick  in a DVD, it'll, for example, play it in mplayer04:17
nitroxAnyone in here running Cygwin and Putty04:17
eob84graft, no04:17
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biovoregraft: there is no autorun in linux04:17
Crshmanwell i'll just throw this out, i have ubuntu on my toshiba laptop, works GREAT btw, however i can't see charge/discharge TIMES in the battery status, any ideas?04:17
eob84graft, sorry that is what I thought you said04:17
FlannelKinghe wants to bring up the dialog he gets when he puts a DVD in.04:17
ech0wavethx everbody04:17
eob84graft, ok be very specific describe the problem to me04:17
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ech0wave*thanks everybody*04:17
mikebotcould someone help me witht he following error: after i did what the nvidia tutorial said to do (downloaded some packages and installed them then ctrl+alt+backspace to reset X or something), i had to restart, and I got this error: "Failed to start the X server (your graphical interface). It is likely it is not set up correctly. Would you like to view the X server output to diagnose the problem?"04:17
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FlannelKingKDE autodetects what sort of disc it is, and does stuff based on that.  He wants to configure that.04:17
LiteHeddedhave you guys seen the big lebowski?04:17
graftexactly what FlannelKing just said04:18
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bubba_Crshman, did you disable acpi to get your laptop to work ?04:18
biovoregraft: you might be able to get it to do that.. it dosn't do that out of the box04:18
sir_quickenI need 2 find what platform .deb is, im laggin does umbuntu have required speed & ram?04:18
LiteHeddedwhat did you think of it?04:18
_jasonLiteHedded: #ubuntu-offtopic please :)04:18
graftbiovore: yeah, kde 3.5 does it out of the box04:18
FlannelKinggraft, try #kde ;) heh04:18
Crshmanno, not that i'm aware of, i'm pretty sure it is enabled, unless i need to set somewhere acpi=on or whatnot04:18
biovoregraft: my kde 3.5 dosn't04:18
FlannelKinggraft: think you'll have more luck there04:18
linux_user400354can anyone help me with this problem? http://sial.org/pbot/1607004:18
gopiWhen I tried to install mythtv... Iam getting an error....04:18
eob84graft, hmm I don't use KDE... so I don't know how to configure KDE specific settings04:18
nitroxAnyone running Cygwin and Putty04:18
graftgood point, FlannelKing .. lemme try that04:18
ttreadgraft, the window I get is called KDE daemon04:18
gopiThe following packages have unmet dependencies:04:18
gopi  mythtv: Depends: mythtv-frontend (= 0.18.1-5) but it is not going to be installed04:18
gopi          Depends: mythtv-backend (= 0.18.1-5) but it is not going to be installed04:18
gopiE: Broken packages04:18
sir_quickenI can open tar.gz files right?04:18
atoponcenitrox, i do at work.  what's up?04:19
FlannelKingnitrox: putty, why would you run putty in cygwin?04:19
_jasonsir_quicken: right, just double click04:19
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graftttread: can you figure out what the executable is, via ps or something?04:19
ttreadI was just trying to do that04:19
mikebotcould someone please help me with an nvidia error? i can only access command prompts with ubuntu now04:19
IdleOnegopi: sudo apt-get -f packagename04:19
eob84so can anyone help with my issue04:19
nitroxFlannelking is it faster than VNC...?04:19
eob84I am trying to run a shell script04:19
Crshmanbubba_: no, not that i'm aware of, i'm pretty sure it is enabled, unless i need to set somewhere acpi=on or whatnot04:19
eob84or I mean a .run file04:19
sir_quickenah I gotta d/l right platform binary still damn it :p04:19
FlannelKingnitrox: if you're running putty, it's native windows.04:19
eob84and it just does nothing04:19
_jasoneob84: what does it do?04:19
ttreadgraft, it's kded04:20
biovoreeob84: ./script-name?04:20
eob84it says this04:20
atoponcenitrox, text is always faster than the gui04:20
eob84Uncompressing Unreal Tournament version 428 Linux installtrap: usage: trap [-lp]  [arg signal_spec ...] 04:20
gopiIdleOne: packagename is ?04:20
biovoreyeah.. old UT99 installer04:20
mikebotFlannelKing: do you know about installing nvidia stuff in ubuntu?04:20
bubba_Crshman, acpi runs things like your battery monitor... check that out... i had issues with my acpi, and had to tweek  a bunch of things...04:20
nitroxFlannelking: I got a BSD box and dual display on windows and want to use on my screen to view my BSD box04:20
biovoreeob84: try ./ut-install-428.run should just work04:20
sir_quickenHey they got an unbuntu package YAY!!04:20
IdleOnegopi: sudo apt-get -f install mythtv04:20
sir_quickenwhoot whoot04:20
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FlannelKingmikebot: um, beyond the nvidia package? nope sorry.  Theres a helper config program too, I know that.04:21
Crshmanbubba_: do i need to specifically enable it? i can see percentages, but not time04:21
eob84biovore, tells me command not found04:21
sir_quickenok thx 4 help all l8tr04:21
mikebotFlannelKing: what about when i get the error that says: "Failed to start the X server (your graphical interface). It is likely it is not set up correctly. Would you like to view the X server output to diagnose the problem?"04:21
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biovoreeob84: chmod +x ut-install-428.run adn try again04:21
nitroxFlannelking: I was wondering if I should just VNC into the BSD box or use Cygwin and Putty on my Windows Box and export the display to windows04:21
gopiIdleOne: I tried it but still same problem...04:21
bubba_Crshman, I dont know what you specificly have to do. I didnt, I had to specificly disable acpi, then re-enable it after I figured out how to fix my problem.04:22
biovoreeob84: or sh ./ut-install-428.run04:22
Crshmanbubba_: ahh ok, i'll try it, thnx04:22
eob84biovore, I did that04:22
aslkzxmnhello all04:22
FlannelKingnitrox: using what?  X tunneling? or what?  That'll be cygwin with the program "xwin", if youre doing it locally (on a LAN) you can use XDCMP (or acronym like that) straight in cygwin, but if it's outside of a LAN, you'll have problems (and have to use putty and other methods) becaues xwin uses UDP04:22
IdleOnegopi: can you paste the erro in http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/ , thanks04:22
eob84biovore, now it does what it was doing initially04:22
gopiIdleOne: ok sure04:22
eob84biovore, Uncompressing Unreal Tournament version 428 Linux installtrap: usage: trap [-lp]  [arg signal_spec ...] 04:22
ttreadmikebot, what does the X server error say?04:22
FlannelKingnitrox: I use cygwin, it's pretty snappy.  Never tried the VNC method though.04:22
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mikebotthat's all it says04:22
mikebotttread: "Failed to start the X server (your graphical interface). It is likely it is not set up correctly. Would you like to view the X server output to diagnose the problem?"04:23
IdleOnegopi:  then paste the url in here please ()04:23
ttreadmikebot, so you answer y does it say anything more?04:23
eob84mikebot, does it say anything about a unsuable display?04:23
gopiIdleOne: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/948104:23
mikeboti'm not sure04:23
biovoreeob84: intressting04:23
mikebotit gave me that error and i opened the diagnose file04:23
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mikebotand it was very long--too long to write down on paper then type again here04:24
eob84mikebot, if so I am guessing you are using the nvidia drivers?04:24
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mikeboteob84: yes04:24
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ttreadmikebot, what is your nvidia card?04:24
mikebotit ended with "The X server is now disabled. Restart GDM when it is configured."04:24
mikebotgeforce 404:24
eob84mikebot, is your monitor a off brand thing?04:24
mikeboteob84: dell04:24
wastreleob84:  trap appears to be a bash command - seems like there's an error in a trap call in your install script04:24
nitroxFlannelking: I am using it within a LAN and when I am outside the LAN I VPN in.... So I CYGWIN AND XDMCP would be better than CYGWIN and PUTTY for a LAN right?04:24
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eob84wastrel, damn really... can I update trap or something04:25
linux_user400354http://sial.org/pbot/16070 <-- i am getting this error from vncviewer on ubuntu. as soon as i connect to the vnc server, it starts to load and i can see some of it then i get disconnected.04:25
pomalleyhm... another person with video card problems?04:25
eob84mikebot, check out the log file04:25
ttreadmikebot, you can try looking in var/log/Xorg.0.log04:25
FlannelKingnitrox: yeah, since you're not worried about the ssh tunnel, which just gives the overhead of encrypt/decrypt (unless you don't trust your LAN for whatever reason)04:25
mikebotwell here's the thing04:25
wastreleob84:  what shell is the script using ( first line of the script should have #!/some/shell )04:25
mikeboti don't know how to read the log file, cause i don't know what i'm looking for04:25
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IdleOnegopi:  sudo apt-get install mythtv-frontend && mythtv-backen see if that helps04:25
mikebotand i only can use commands when i run ubuntu because the X server is down04:25
IdleOnegopi:  sudo apt-get install mythtv-frontend && mythtv-backend see if that helps04:26
mikebotso i have to go to the log04:26
mikebotwrite it on paper04:26
mikebotrestart into windows04:26
mikebotand come back here04:26
FlannelKingnitrox: I juts xwin -query [linux ip]  in cygwin04:26
biovoreeob84: trap is a built in command on bash to repond to hardware signals04:26
eob84mikebot, and see if it says stuff about hsync out of range04:26
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biovoreeob84: maybe bash-3.0 breaks there installer.. UT99 is over 6 years old..04:26
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ttreadmikebot, look towards the bottom of the log and see where it got the fatal error04:26
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eob84biovore, I know... but there aren't many other good games for linux lol04:26
mikebotttread: eob84: okay, i'll look for those things04:27
wastrelbiovore:  still if they're calling bash with /bin/sh  shouldn't it be backward-compatible?04:27
nitroxFlannelking: Do I still have to enable SSH forwarding?04:27
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biovoreeob84: UT2k404:27
mikebotso i gues i'll be back in like 10-1504:27
ttreadmikebot, you can save yourself a little trouble by using knoppix04:27
biovoreeob84: Quake3/Quake4/Doom/Doom304:27
FlannelKingnitrox: no, putty is completely removed from the picture.  Just the XDMCP and cygwin (then xwin, internally in cygwin)04:27
biovorenitrox: RTCF04:27
eob84biovore, wouldn't it be great if they had CS:S for it04:27
pomalleyhey, when I try to apt-get something it says to insert the cd, but I gave the cd to a friend impressed with ubuntu... can i get it to download it instead?04:27
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biovoreblame value for making crap04:27
Toma-eob84, http://www.liflg.org/04:27
ttreadit will let you boot into a running linux system and you'll be able to read your log file04:27
eob84biovore, it being linux04:27
IdleOne!tell pomalley  about repos04:27
Unitypomalley: take the cdrom source out of sources.list04:27
liskl_how can i get xscreensaver to work under fluxbox?04:27
frank23pomalley: in synaptic, go to manage repositories and remove the cd entry04:28
biovoreeob84: CSS dose work under cedega ok04:28
ttreadknoppix is a live cd distro04:28
IdleOnepomalley:  follow the link the bot msg'ed you04:28
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UnityIdleOne: shouldn't you be idle?04:28
pudlandwhen in terminal... how can I see hidden files/folders?04:28
mikebotttread: i don't understand, sorry04:28
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Unitypudland: ls -a04:28
jetscreamerls -lA04:28
biovorequicken: la -al04:28
nitroxFlannelking: Thanx for your input I am going too VPN in and try it out, Greatly appreciate it04:28
IdleOneUnity:  indeed I should04:28
quickenHELP:  sudo apt-get install wine04:29
quickenReading package lists... Done04:29
quickenBuilding dependency tree... Done04:29
quickenPackage wine is not available, but is referred to by another package.04:29
quickenThis may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or04:29
quickenis only available from another source04:29
quickenE: Package wine has no installation candidate04:29
ttreadWith knoppix you could be on IRC and access your hard drive and stuff without rebooting04:29
Unityubotu tell quicken about pastebin04:29
jetscreamer!info wine04:29
ubotuwine: (Microsoft Windows Compatibility Layer (Binary Emulator and Library)), section universe/otherosfs, is optional. Version: 0.0.20050725-0ubuntu1.1 (breezy), Packaged size: 14130 kB, Installed size: 55488 kB04:29
eob84Toma, thanx but I don't use torrents04:29
ubotuTo enable Universe and Multiverse see http://wiki.ubuntu.com/AddingRepositoriesHowto - Official sources.lists here: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6047 (Breezy) or http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6666 (Dapper) see also !easysource04:29
IdleOne!tell quicken  about repos04:29
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Unityjetscreamer: please msg the bot04:29
Toma-eob84, errrr... theres hard links to the installers there too04:29
jetscreamer!tell Unity -about ...04:29
mikeboti'll brb04:29
IdleOnejetscreamer:  it saves channel realty ()04:30
quickenhow do I install this blasted thing?04:30
Unityyou guys are lagging the bot04:30
pudlandwhen in terminal... how can I see hidden files/folders? with page view?04:30
Unitypudland: ls -la | less04:30
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liskl_how can i get xscreensaver to work under fluxbox?04:30
pudlandunity kk thx04:30
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eob84Toma, ahh thanx... I didn't notice the direct next to the link lol04:30
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Toma-eob84, hehe ;D04:30
IdleOnequicken:  you need to enable the repos first04:30
quickenwhy can't I install wine?04:30
quickenhow I do that04:30
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IdleOnethe bot sent you a link04:31
frank23quicken: check the msgs from ubotu04:31
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eob84biovore, I bought cedega... but CS: S runs ok... but no where nears as well as in windows04:31
ksmurfdoes anyone here use an freenx ... if so could I please get the node.conf Please.... just on pastebin would be Great!04:31
FlannelKingliskl_: googling says you need to add "xscreensaver &" to ~/.fluxbox/startup04:31
quickenumbuntu Liderly Base linux :(04:31
Toma-eob84, i only buy games that are supported by loki. :)04:31
biovoreeob84: rgr that..04:31
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liskl_thanks FlannelKing04:32
eob84Toma, I almost there myself lol04:32
Toma-eob84, have you checked out linux-gamers?04:32
sovinIs it possible to un-build a kernal module?04:32
lwizardldoes anyone know of linux programs for doing 2D animation for tv?04:32
sovinhttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/OrinocoMonitorKismet2005Hoary?highlight=%28kismet%29 < Sleepy and was trying to do everything on this page.04:32
eob84Toma, yea... but a lot of the games I have people don't play anymore04:32
FlannelKinglwizardl: wouldn't that be any 2d animation program? or is TV special?04:32
biovorewww.icculus.org has alot of gamming stuff on it04:32
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Toma-eob84, have you seen the how-to section? what games?04:32
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IdleOnesovin:  we see you04:33
eob84Toma, Quake 2, Sin, UT oldies... and yea I did04:33
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lwizardlFlannelKing: most 2d apps i find seem to be for flash animations04:33
freebsemount /dev/H5N1 /root :) LOL04:33
Toma-they all run native... Sin however, is a pain.04:33
quickenok that was helpless I got a text file :(04:33
calesI think I screwed up my x server while trying to get more buttons working on my mouse...04:34
FlannelKinglwizardl: wouldn't that work for TV? what are you trying to export as? (file format?)04:34
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calescan anyone help me? :P04:34
ttreadlwizardl http://www2.linuxjournal.com/article/480304:34
quickenwhat do I install 2 run umbuntu installers?04:34
IdleOnequicken:  if you follow the instructions to enable repos it will help you04:34
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eob84Toma, I know they do... they all run pretty well too... the issue is no one plays them04:34
wastrelsovin:  what do you mean by un-build?04:34
lwizardlFlannelKing: mpg2 would be nice04:34
eob84Toma, the more recent games I have are all for windows04:34
IdleOnequicken:  without the repos you will only see that error04:34
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eob84Toma, you know of a native guild wars fix?04:34
lwizardlttread: thanks i'll read that04:35
Toma-nope... whats the problem with it?04:35
sovinwastrel: I was on a 'copy and paste' + execute binge on that page..04:35
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FlannelKinglwizardl: I'm sure a lot of those same animation programs can export as mp2, if not, you can probably find a flash player that'll export.  Oh, I think there are media players that'll do that as well.  But, that link is probably the best reference you'll get04:35
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ksmurfcan anyone help me with a node.conf for freenx?04:35
wastrelsovin:  what step were you at, what is the problem you're having and what do you want to do now :] 04:36
cales"fatal server error: failed to initialize core devices04:36
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quickeni cant even get repos it only gives me webistes & more bs :(04:36
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setuidAnyone know how to build the vmware modules against a stock Ubuntu kernel? Its looking for headers which don't exist in all of Ubuntu.04:36
sovinwastrel: Hm, I suppose I don't have a problem.  More like 'is having two kernals in my /boot a bad thing?' question.04:36
Rob_DudeThis is probably a silly question, but...is Ubuntu 'secure' fresh out of the box (or at least as reasonably secure as it gets?)04:36
ksmurfthe file is at /etc/nxserver/node.conf04:36
gumblehi, i received my ubuntu cds today and installed.. worked fine. but when trying to use firefox, or anything that needs a connectiong.. didnt work basically as if it wasnt connected... but im always connected..04:36
lwizardlFlannelKing: yeah that url seems to be exactly the info i need. just doesn't seem to give program names04:36
IdleOnequicken:  the website it gives you is the intruction on how to enable the repos04:36
gumbleany ideas?04:36
biovoresetuid: you need to install the kernel source and headers04:36
setuidThis, of course, works flawlessly with source-built kernels, but I need fglrx04:36
quickenyeah yeah I was on wrong site..04:36
Rob_Dudesetuid:  Yeah- I just went though it04:36
lwizardlttread: thanks looks like a great read04:37
IdleOne!tell quicken  about cli04:37
setuidbiovore: I have those, its not there04:37
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ttreadlwizardl yw04:37
setuidbiovore: It takes about 7 hours to build the kernel from source (it builds 12 architectures)04:37
quickenstupid bot gave me 2 many sites :P04:37
setuidRob_Dude: GO on04:37
cK-gLocKcan anyone here help me out?04:37
wastrelsovin:  not really, unless you're low on space in /boot...  i just cleaned mine out the other day i had 5 or 6 in there and was running low (had 10MB left on the /boot partition)04:37
calesis there any way to configure xorg.conf from a command line other than just editing it?04:37
biovoresetuid: you have your kernel kernel's source in /usr/src/linux....04:37
Toma-eob84, http://www.linux-militia.net/forums/index.php?topic=8.004:37
Rob_DudeI did 'sudo apt-get install (lemme find the file name)04:37
setuidbiovore: Yep04:37
calesi.e., is there a program that looks at your hardware and does it for you?04:37
cK-gLocKim having a problem with GDM loading up i think its cuz i changed something in the xorg.xconf file04:37
cK-gLocKi changed monitor around04:37
Rob_DudeFor me, /usr/src/linux didn't exist04:37
biovoresetuid: did you build it?04:37
bimberiRob_Dude: it is about as secure as it gets.  The default install has no processes listening on external ports.04:37
cK-gLocKand thats the error its giving me04:37
ksmurfcalde dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg04:38
setuidbiovore: But there is no include/linux/version.h without building the kernel, and building the kernel requires hacking a LOT of source files to swtich the arch to SMP, s/386/686/ and so on04:38
sovinwastrel: alright. thank you.04:38
setuidbiovore: Build what?04:38
ksmurfcaldS dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg04:38
setuidbiovore: Build a kernel from the kernel source? Or a debian package from the source?04:38
ksmurfcales dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg04:38
setuidNeither are possible04:38
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setuidBecause the kernel headers/source do *NOT* match the running kernel04:38
Rob_DudeHere's what I did, and it worked for me...04:38
setuidWhich is why I have to hack through this whole tree04:38
setuidIts a mess04:38
pudlandunity, when i do your command.. i see ICEauthority as root root.  when i do cd .ICEauthority it sayd no such....04:38
biovoresetuid: kernel building in debian/ubuntu is easy.. 1 sec.. let me find howto (try asking the bot)04:38
quickenim in synaptic thingy wuts it under?04:39
setuidbiovore: I wrote _the_ kernel howto, I know how to build kernels ;)04:39
eob84Tohoma, actually this may be good info for any game04:39
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cK-gLocKim having a problem with GDM loading up i think its cuz i changed something in the xorg.xconf file i changed monitor settings around in the file to try and get higher resolution but i think changing monitor from generic monitor to standard messed it up someone pls help!04:39
Rob_Dude'sudo apt-get install linux-headers-2.6.12-10.28'04:39
bimberisetuid: to install the kernel headers -> 'sudo aptitude install linux-headers-$(uname -r)'04:39
setuidbiovore: But 'debuild' on this tree takes F-O-R-E-V-E-R04:39
setuidRob_Dude: Right, so I did that04:39
cK-gLocKanything i can do from the command prompt logging in from there since i can get to the GUI04:39
biovoresetuid: ah so your tring to find a way around it..04:39
IdleOnequicken:  im not trying to be rude but follow the instructions dude it's all there04:39
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Unitypudland: i get: bash: cd: .ICEauthority: Not a directory04:39
Rob_DudeAnd when that was done installing I still didn't have the /usr/src/linux folder04:39
setuidbiovore: No, I'm trying to build the vmware modules against the kernel I"m _actually_ runing, not a _new_ one I build from source04:40
Rob_DudeSo I used 'ln -s'04:40
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pudlandunity using your command.. do you see it?04:40
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Rob_Dudeto make a symbolic link called 'linux' that pointed to the newly created04:40
Unitypudland: yes04:40
setuidRob_Dude: linux-image-2.6.15-16-686 is already the newest version.04:40
Unitypudland: it's not a folder so you can't go into it04:40
biovoresetuid: VMware needs to source tree for the kernel your currently running to it can link hooks into the current kernel04:40
setuidRob_Dude: And /usr/src/linux points to there04:40
mikebotokay i got some fatal errors04:40
setuidbiovore: The problem is that the stock kernel *DOES NOT* match the source labeled with that same version stamp04:40
quickenI did I am in cynaptic it doesnt really tell me where it is04:40
calesok, that worked slightly better...04:41
biovoresetuid: rgr.. I had the same problem here..04:41
setuidRob_Dude: Right, so then what? You built the whole kernel tree with debuild?04:41
pudlandunity OMG.... i'm not stupid... just slow tonight.04:41
frank23quicken: Settings->Repositories04:41
biovoresetuid: I run a custom kernel here. So I have my kernel source..04:41
setuidRob_Dude: And you had to hack the SMP out, and change the arch to 686, and so on?04:41
Rob_DudeNah - 2.6.12-10-386 was the version source that my kernel was04:41
setuidbiovore: I normally would, but I need fglrx, and that doesn't build04:41
quickengot it kinda laggin04:41
Rob_DudeSo it matched, and VM installed fine04:41
cK-gLocKcan someone help me fix my xconf so i can get my gui(gdm) back up!04:42
mikebotFATAL: Module nvidia not found.04:42
mikebot(EE) NVIDIA(0): Failed to load NVIDIDA kernel module!04:42
mikebot(EE) NVIDIA(0): ***Aborting***04:42
mikebot(EE) Screen(s) found but none have usable configuration.04:42
calesi get a list of warnings when i run startx as follows:04:42
biovoremikebot: modprobe nvidia (and if the fails, reinstall the nvidia driver)04:42
calesWarning: font renderer for ".pcf" already registered at priority 004:42
mikebotbiovore: could you explain how to do that please?04:42
lwizardlwhere can i get a ubuntu compatible boot floppy image?04:42
calesetc, substituting other abbreviations for "pcf"04:42
nmgLocK: linux q4'er?04:43
cK-gLocKuntil i edited my xconf04:43
cK-gLocKi like q4 in linux04:43
cK-gLocKtrying to ditch windows04:43
biovoremikebot: as root on a terminal try typing "modprobe nvidia"04:43
ubotuSyntax error in line 1. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, mikebot04:43
ubotuDon't flood the channel! Please use the pastebin at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/ or the channel #flood to paste large amount of text.04:43
cK-gLocKwanted to see what linux was about04:43
frank23cK-gLocK: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg will run through X configuration04:43
nmq4 has too many fatal1ty wannabes for me04:43
cK-gLocKgot it running and all just messed around with my xconf and messed my monitor settings up04:43
nmeveryone is a 17 year old loser playing 17 hours a day04:43
mikebotokay biovore, but i have to restart and do everythign again04:43
nmtrying to be the next money winner04:43
setuidbiovore: Any idea how I can build fglrx from source so it works with a custom kernel?04:43
nmi was pretty hardcore into q2, but i'm not 13 anymore04:43
Rob_Dudesetuid:  I dunno - when you do 'uname -r' what does it display?
nmi can't play the game for that amount of time04:44
cK-gLocKilltry that04:44
setuidRob_Dude: # cat /proc/version04:44
setuidLinux version 2.6.15-16-686 (buildd@vernadsky) (gcc version 4.0.3 20060212 (prerelease) (Ubuntu 4.0.2-9ubuntu1)) #1 SMP PREEMPT Mon Feb 20 17:26:04 UTC 200604:44
mikeboti liked how in q2 the rocket explosions weren't the size of the entire screen, unlike q304:44
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biovoremikebot: there error you got is saying you don't have a kermel module loaded called nvidia04:44
nmif you keep having problems, let me know04:44
mikebotbiovore: okay04:44
nmqw/q2 were the best of them04:44
frank23cK-gLocK: suggestion for next time you experiment with xorg.conf - backup the file before modifying04:44
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Rob_DudeAhh, shoot man - I dunno then; sorry I can't be of more help04:44
biovoremikebot: this module is loading onto the system when you installed the nvidia driver from apt04:44
nmq3 is comical at best, ridiculously lame at worst04:44
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pinguIf, I was going to put a 2.6.15 kernel on an ubuntu hoary install CD.04:45
cK-gLocKam i gonna be able04:45
awb4422setuid: you're going to have to get the source04:45
cK-gLocKto fix it04:45
cK-gLocKwith this command tho04:45
nmglock: probably04:45
nmif not, just edit it manually04:45
mikebotbiovore: okay, i'll type this and see what it says and come back04:45
cK-gLocKhow would i edit it manually04:45
nmlook at your error log04:45
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setuidawb4422: Right, googling isn't much help04:45
biovoresetuid: no clue on fglrx stuff.. I run nvidia here04:45
IdleOne!tell nm about enter04:45
cK-gLocKfrmo the command prompt right04:45
setuidAnd I think it requires a bunch of kernel patches04:45
setuidI hate kernel patches04:45
cK-gLocKhow do iread files04:45
cK-gLocK.logs ect04:45
awb4422setuid: ok well, do you have the source packages downloaded?04:45
quickenCan you tell me if umbuntu has a requirement speed of proccessor & ram? I got a 450 256 meg ram & laggin :(04:45
cK-gLocKlike i dontknow what to use to run the file04:45
cK-gLocKnot familiar04:45
nmglock: sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf04:45
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cK-gLocKk nice04:45
setuidawb4422: There are none for fglrx04:45
setuidIts a proprietary driver04:46
IdleOne!tell cK-gLocK  about enter04:46
setuidBut obviously SOMEONE has the source, there are kernel mods for it04:46
gopiIdleOne: sorry was away.... I tried it but stll error... plz see http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/948304:46
nmidleone: what are you getting at04:46
Guardianngood evening04:46
biovoresetuid: I think its on ATI's site04:46
ubotuI guess ati is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/ATI or http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=24557&page=1&pp=10 or http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=42358904:46
wastrelquicken:  your ram is pretty low for gnome/kde  try xfce maybe but even that is hoggy, best bet would be a light wm like openbox04:46
awb4422setuid: ah i see04:46
BanditYo Guardiann whats up?04:46
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IdleOnenm:  your spamming the channel and it's annoying like the bot said ()04:46
nmidleone: well you'll have to live with it, or leave04:46
amphisetuid: the source is just for a wrapper round a blob04:46
nmidleone: thanks.04:46
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wastrelsetuid:  you running dapper?  maybe the kids on the dapper channel would know what's up with the kernel04:46
setuidwastrel: Yep, dapper04:47
IdleOnenm:  you have to follow the rules and the CoC04:47
Guardiannhello not much just messing around04:47
setuidwastrel: I needed mysql 504:47
IdleOne!tell nm about coc04:47
setuidBut without fglrx, dapper hard-locks Thinkpads04:47
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setuidBreezy works fine, but no mysql 504:47
calesmy xserver still isn't starting, it says the font renderer for ".***" already registered at priority 004:47
setuidI'm always getting 80%04:47
awb4422setuid: well basically what you do is make-kpkg --append-to-version -ati --initrd modules_image04:47
nmidleone: the bot is on ignore, i don't put up with ridiculous spam like that, you can say something yourself if you so desire04:47
awb4422setuid: while in /usr/src04:47
wastrelsetuid:  dapper folks are on #ubuntu+1 , they might have a clue about where the kernel headers are for the packaged kernel.04:47
nmidleone: i'm here to help now and then, i won't put up with ridiculous suggestions from ignorants like yourself04:48
quickenUnable to get a lock?? :(  stupid apt was open04:48
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IdleOnenm:  can you please not use the enter key as punctuation as it is distracting and makes it hard for newbies to follow04:48
caleswhen i type startx it starts for about a second, i see the grey screen with the little x-cursor in the middle, and then it goes back to command line04:48
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linux_user400354http://sial.org/pbot/16070 <-- i am getting this error from vncviewer on ubuntu. as soon as i connect to the vnc server, it starts to load and i can see some of it then i get disconnected.04:48
Jivenixdoes ubuntu have power management for lappys?04:48
calesand shows that error message.04:48
AttAcKeRsomeone have issue for serial mouse ???04:48
setuidSo many roadblocks with Ubuntu04:48
nmidleone: no, but thanks for expressing the desire yourself, instead of spamming me with a bot04:48
AttAcKeRplease someone ?04:48
IdleOnenm ok then04:49
linux_user400354cales, what driver for your video card driver are you using04:49
quickenquestion for serial mouse guy, who in this day & age even use serial mouses anymore?04:49
linux_user400354cales, what driver for your video card  are you using04:49
amphiJivenix: yes04:49
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calesum... ati, i think?04:49
Jivenixamphi, good news, is there a gui interface?04:49
Jivenixor what's the manpage04:49
AttAcKeRtest purposes04:49
gopiIdleOne: saw that link ?04:49
IdleOnegopi:  one sec04:49
quickenthought serial mouses where all but whiped out04:49
amphiJivenix: no idea - I set the governor myself, in sysfs04:50
caleswhatever dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg sets as the ATI driver04:50
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AttAcKeRquicken if you know how to help thanks04:50
Morfosomoquicken i still had to fight one these days, brave little creatures,. refuse to pass away04:50
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amphiJivenix: have a look at the files in /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/ if you're interested04:50
calesmy system worked fine until i started screwing around with xorg.conf to try to get more buttons on my mouse working04:50
setuidugh, ati only ships rpms04:51
wastrelcales:  i don't suppose you backed up a known-good copy before you edited it?04:51
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Morfosomosetuid use alien04:51
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setuidMorfosomo: No04:51
amphiJivenix: I tend to use the ondemand governor - cat scaling_available_governors will show which governors are, er, available, for example04:51
mikebo1biovore: heh04:51
Morfosomook, just a sugestion04:51
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caleswastrel: of course not.04:51
calesthat would be far too sensible.04:52
quickenlol yeah they take a beating :P04:52
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quickenNOW time 2 install this blasted thing :p04:52
IdleOnegopi: looks like you need alot of different packages before you can install mythtv but I am not certain as to what they all are. maybe someone else can take a look  http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/948304:53
matthew_wHey uh, has anyone here tried to hook a guitar up to their computer using linux?04:53
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pingumatthew_w: I actually have.04:53
pinguWell, anyway I'm actually here for a reason.04:53
matthew_wpingu; how did you do it, and with what04:53
pinguI have to put a 2.6.15 kernel onto a hoary CD.04:53
quickendidnt think a standrd sound cad coul handle that kinda power :p04:53
wastrelcales:  what video card do you have?04:54
calesis there a way to uninstall imwheel from the command line?04:54
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pingumathew_w, a sound card :P04:54
caleswastrel: an ATI something, i think.04:54
pinguDoess anyone have any suggestions?04:54
calesI'm not entirely sure.04:54
wastrelcales:  sudo apt-get remove imwheel04:54
pinguRemaster the hoary install CD with a 2.6.15 kernel?04:54
linux_user400354cales, something could be wrong with your /etc/X11/xorg.conf04:54
ManticeCan Some one help me out Im trying to play this game called Enemy teratorry04:54
matthew_wpingu; I mean, with a preamp or without, into the mic port, or into the line in, with what software did you record, what utilities did you use, etc.04:54
wastrelcales:  lspci will show your hardware info.04:54
calesok, onen sec04:54
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quickenGAH i still cannot open deb files, is there a diffrent archiver I am supposed 2 use 2 do it? or mty terminal?04:55
nickrudpingu: I think you might have troubles with hotplug & udev ; I'd ask on -devel04:55
pingumatthew_w: Just, the mic port.04:55
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pinguWith an adapter.04:55
linux_user400354cales, check to see if there is a backup of your xorg.conf that was created when you changed it04:55
pinguOk, thanks :D04:55
caleslinux-user: there isn't :(04:55
pinguI didn't do much to it.04:55
pinguExcept shove it in.04:55
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pinguRecord in audacity.04:55
calesi have an ATI Radeon 720004:55
calesvideo card04:55
matthew_wpingu; using a 1/3 inch to 1/8 inch converter, I assume04:55
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quickenah ha got it04:55
matthew_wAnd what sound daemon>?04:55
anthonyafter installing  vlc and w32codec, embedded windows media files will only play the audio stream but not hte video stream, any fixes?04:56
quickenmua ha ha thx all 4 help04:56
gopiIdleOne: ok thanks04:56
sabiancrashhi Jivenix04:56
calesokay, a new error message when i run startx:04:56
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quickenANYONE ever use winlinux pppfftt....04:56
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calesxauth: error in locking authority file /home/scheinbc/.Xauthority04:56
morphineinducedhey how would i know if i have ubuntu or edubuntu04:56
AttAcKeRyou suck all bitches04:56
quickenI got that04:56
_jasonanthony: use mplayer plug-in, I don't think vlc handles wmv9 (at least the one in the repos doesn't)04:56
tin_nqnI'm trying to edit TOTEM config from04:56
quickenyou need 2 install repos04:57
anthony_jason: k thanks04:57
tonyyarussoIf I do stuff using free formats, would my Windows friends have to jump through any hoops to be able to use them too?  (ie. Ogg Vorbis sound files)04:57
_jasonubotu: tell anthony about mplayer04:57
tin_nqngconf-editor -> apps - > totem04:57
tin_nqnsubtitle_font entry specificly04:57
calesall the font renderer error messages are still there too though04:57
quickenok question where do I find the program I installed?04:57
trooper00tonyyarusso: they would have to install a codec, yeah. i usually include a copy of the required codecs with my collection, so its not much of a hassle04:57
tin_nqnI want a bigger subtitle04:57
Jivenixhey sabian04:57
wastrelcales:  it sounds like you've got an X session running already04:58
tin_nqnsorry... somebody are reading me?=04:58
wastrelcales:   try sudo /etc/init.d/gdm stop04:58
IdleOnequicken:  in terminal type wine program.exe04:58
calesstopping gnome display manager...     [ok] 04:58
tonyyarussotrooper00: All right, that shouldn't be too difficult.04:58
caleswastrel: so yeah it stopped GDM04:59
wastrelcan you get into x now?04:59
quickenok but where do I have 2 have the exe?04:59
calessame problem04:59
Mordofquestion: have the ca repo servers been fixed yet?04:59
caleserror in locking authority file04:59
IdleOnequicken:  wherever you downloaded it04:59
quickenok sweet05:00
calesand warning: font renderer for "***" already registered at priority 005:00
quickenim laggin I gotta go l8tr all05:00
quickenthx for help05:00
IdleOnequicken:  probably onto the Desktop so first do cd Desktop anf then wine program.exe05:00
frank23Mordof: I didnt notice any problems with ca server05:00
Mordofcales, are you having troubles with installing a vid card driver?05:00
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quickenand being patient with me :P05:00
Mordoffrank23, this morning they were borked05:00
pomalleynoob question: how do i tell my kernel version?05:00
Mordofor w/e05:00
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calesmordof: not as far as i know05:00
wastrelcales:  i get those font errors, i think you can ignore them.05:00
frank23Mordof: I think they're fine now05:00
Mordofcales, font errors n stuff happened to me when my nvidia drivers werent installed properly.. *shrugs*05:00
Mordoffrank23, k05:01
IdleOnepomalley:  uname -r in terminal05:01
calesok, then the meaningful error is probably "xauth: error in locking authority file /home/scheinbc/.Xauthority05:01
wastrelcales:  does that file exist?05:01
Mordofcales, ok, not what i thought it was :P05:01
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blrichlet's say i upgrade to dapper. should i be using gstreamer 0.10 *at all*? seems to be causing problems.05:01
matthew_wpingu; I have my guitar plugged into my microphone port and it's doing nothing05:01
pomalleyIdleOne: thanks05:01
IdleOnepomalley:  np ")05:01
blrichyes, i know about the dapper channel, they're all asleep05:01
matthew_w1 minute ago, I had my microphone plugged in there, and it was doing fine.  Explanation>?05:01
Mordofblrich, 0.8 doesn't seem to work, ive tried05:01
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blrichMordof, what in dapper?05:01
Mordofblrich, yes05:01
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rukuarticsay Hey guys05:02
MordofHey guys05:02
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blrichMordof, dammit, everything was fine in breezy, but now gstreamer isn't picking my soundcard up in dapper (alsa/esd do though)05:02
rukuarticX_X I've been on my cstrike server too much. I'm appending SAY to the start of every line I type05:02
pingumatthew_w: What did you expect it to do? :P05:02
pinguRecord it.05:02
Mordofblrich, dapper isnt done yet.. you know that right?05:02
matthew_wpingu; Recording it records nothing.05:02
blrichMordof, maybe i should remove gstreamer completely? nothing depends on it except totem (doesn't work) and thats it05:02
matthew_wpingu; playing into my guitar tuner application shows no sound input05:02
calesi restarted and it worked05:03
matthew_wpingu; mic volume levels are @ 005:03
blrichMordof, i know, but considering it's supposed to be an *improvement* i was thinking it might at least recognise my sound card05:03
blrichi mean, for some part of gstreamer to do that would be nice05:03
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calesi don't have the slightest idea why :P05:03
calesi hate being so stupid about this05:03
wastrelcales:  me either :] 05:03
calesanyways, thanks for your help everyone...05:03
cosmintillapomalley: uname -a05:03
ManticeCan Some one help me out Im trying to play this game called Enemy teratorry heres a screen shot www.mantice.net/photo05:03
Mordofblrich, depends on how things are configured, weither or not its accepted by gstreamer.. i dont think gstreamer is entirely done yet since it is *ugly* atm05:04
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Q_ContinuumFor whatever reason, I can't get the second display to work. (Nvidia TwinView) www.outspokengeek.net/misc/xorg.conf05:04
ManticeThat dont work :(05:04
Q_ContinuumSecond video port (whichever monitor I hook up) won't get a signal it can handle.05:04
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witlesshello.  do i need to belong to a particular group in order to resume a paused printer?05:05
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rukuarticwitless, If you use sudo you should be able to get things going...05:05
wastrelwitless:  maybe lpadmin05:05
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ManticeCan some one help my fix my linux game ?05:05
matthew_wpingu; what desktop were you using?05:05
ManticeI get this error message05:05
mang3loaahh, i cant stop terminal from pinging, whats the command?05:05
matthew_wpingu; because I have the sneaking suspiscion that it was KDE05:05
wastrelwitless:  here's my list    wastrel adm dialout cdrom floppy audio video plugdev lpadmin scanner nvram05:05
blrichMordof, i'm going to remove it completely and see what happens. i'll reinstall later if i need to05:05
rukuarticmang3lo, ctrl+c05:05
mang3loaahh, lifesaver05:05
dbassettevening all!  anyone here know anything about installing java sdk on ubuntu (powerpc)05:06
witlessrukuartic: i cando it with gksu, but was wondering what the desktop-only way to do it is05:06
rukuarticmang3lo, It happened to me too XD05:06
overriderwhen i choose connect to server and there pick windows share, which program is it using to connect to the share? smbclient?05:06
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witlesswastrel: you can resume a paused printer with those permissins?05:06
rukuarticwitless, just a guess...05:06
ManticeCould some one help me fix this error message please http://www.mantice.net/photos/00009.jpg05:06
wastrelwitless:  yes-  i'm thinking you were removed from lpadmin05:06
rukuarticwitless, open a console and type "sudo gnome-cups-manager" I think that should work...05:06
witlesswastrel: yes, i'm not in lpadmin05:07
rukuarticwitless, wastrel's suggestion would fix the problem, this is just a work around05:07
wastrelwitless:  i understand one of the gui accound configurator tools messes up group membership05:07
ManticeIt says somthing about Kernel panic05:07
mang3loi got a kernel panic the other day05:07
rukuarticIs that the 'dose equivalant of a BSOD?05:07
mang3loit turned out to be my ram, try a memtest, thats how i diagnosed it05:07
ManticeCould you help me out if you know how to fix it.05:07
ManticeIts just this game05:08
Manticehow do I do a mem test?05:08
wastrelmmm a panic is always fun05:08
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Q_ContinuumKernel Panic is sorta like a BSOD...but not always so fatal.05:08
dbassettAnyone have any experience installing java sdk on a ppc?05:08
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mang3loaahh, i see05:08
Rob_DudeI'm trying to better understand Solaris10.  It's not Linux, but it seems to run KDE, GNome, and all sorts of other linux apps.  I guess, what I'm asking is - what makes it different?05:08
Manticecheck out http://www.mantice.net/photos/00009.jpg05:08
tin_nqnhello, I need to set subtitles bigger into TOTEM05:09
rukuarticdbassett, If you download it from the sun website, you should just be able to install it...05:09
wastrelRob_Dude:  solaris is a unix, it has a different kernel, basically05:09
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rukuarticdbassett, I think you need to do "sudo bash <installfile>.bin"05:09
cafuegodbassett: Yes, the wiki explains.05:09
rukuarticdbassett, But I think its messy. Listen to cafuego!05:09
cafuego!wiki JavaPPC05:09
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mang3loya thats exactly my error, mantice05:09
dbassettwell.. sun doesn't support PPC and ibm site won't let me download their SDK05:09
cafuegodbassett: Follow the instructions at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/JavaPPC05:09
wastrelRob_Dude:  a lot of the software for *nix runs on any "posix compliant" system, so linux and unix can share a lot of software.05:09
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dbassettsays it needs to verify my location for exporting reasons05:10
cafuegodbassett: You need tro register at ibm, then you can download.05:10
Manticemang3lo, did you fix it, what where you trying to do ?05:10
cafuegodbassett: Oh, that's crap.05:10
cafuegodbassett: Hold on a moment05:10
Rob_DudeHmm, interesting.  Very cool05:10
mang3loas i said, i did a memtest and it returned all sorts of red at me, from only one stick of ram, so i pulled out that stick...took a 128mb speed in decrease, and everything works fine (i couldnt even boot anything up, not even the kernel)05:10
rukuarticwastrel, what exactly is a posix compliant system?05:10
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rukuarticmang3lo, Linux would've been veeery helpful in fixing my grandma's box...05:10
matthew_wI am having an immense amount of trouble with sound on Linux05:11
rukuarticmang3lo, I ended up reformatting the HD thinking it was busted...05:11
mang3loi got the ram sitting right now to me, nothing about the stick looks damage, so i dont get it..i think ill throw it into somethign else and test it once im less lazier05:11
matthew_wI can't get my guitar to work, it did in winbox.  Basically I just stuff it into the Mic input.  For some reason, microphones work, and this guitar does not, explanations?05:11
ManticeAh well, I can boot into ubuntu and windows fine05:11
quickenhey all question, I got whine but it kinda shabby, what was name of other one?05:11
ManticeI only have one stick of ram05:11
rukuarticmang3lo, After seven hours on tech, they figured it was my ram with their "semi linux" tools XD05:11
mang3loaahh, then i dunno, mantice05:11
mang3lohaha rukuar!!05:11
rukuarticquicken, You mean wine?05:11
rukuarticmang3lo, Yeah it sucked. ><05:11
Toma-matthew_w, have you turned on the mic boost?05:11
Manticedamit is there a enimey territory support irc room05:11
quickendecides wine05:12
matthew_wToma-; yes.  But that wouldn't account for the microphone working, and the guitar not working.05:12
wastrelrukuartic:  posix compliance means you implement the posix standards for unix systems- basically a standard list of programs and os functions - i'm sure wikipedia has a good explanation ;] 05:12
rukuarticMantice, Cursing won't get you anywhere.05:12
quickencedea sumthing like that05:12
rukuarticwastrel, Thx05:12
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rukuarticquicken, cedega?05:12
Toma-matthew_w, it it were a XLR mic that had a pre-amp, yes it would...05:12
mang3loits like "hrmm...last ditch effort lets use the most _basic_ of diagnosis tools, and forget windows for a minute..ohthere it is.."05:12
ManticeIt makes me feel better :)05:12
matthew_wToma-; Ah, I suppose.05:12
quickenyeah I try get that  instead wine sucks :p graphics freakin :(05:12
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rukuarticMantice, Yeah but its unprofessional. Try looking on their website05:12
matthew_wToma-; Either way yes it's on05:13
cafuegodbassett: You're after " IBM SDK for 32-bit iSeries/pSeries" right?05:13
quickenHow do I get my trash icon back?05:13
Toma-matthew_w, umm. silly question, but are you using an adaptor plug to get your 1/4" guitar lead to the 3.5mm mic in?05:13
dbassettyup :)05:13
frank23quicken: what program are you trying to run eith wine?05:13
quickenI removed it trying 2 get on desktop05:13
dbassett1.5 would be great05:13
matthew_wToma-; Yep.05:13
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quickengame :p05:13
ManticeGooglin,it ant doing much good05:13
Madpilotquicken, right-click on the panel, chose "Add to Panel", find the Trash applet05:13
Toma-matthew_w, is the plug ok?05:13
matthew_wToma-; never had a problem with it before05:13
Toma-matthew_w, have you tried plugging it into the line-in jack rather than mic-in?05:14
Toma-i had to do that with my studio05:14
matthew_wToma-; I will try now05:14
quickenah thx05:14
linux_user400354i need to get me one of these http://www.cafepress.com/ubuntushop.1458069505:14
tin_nqnhello, I need to set subtitles bigger into TOTEM. I've edited the key "subtitle_font" from gconf-editor from "Sans 20" to "Sans 32", but I've not seen any change05:14
ManticeMan I wish this was in english I might understand it05:14
rukuarticAnyone have any ideas on getting XOrg to run faster?05:15
Madpilotquicken, everything on Gnome's panels can be added/moved/removed thru Add to Panel :P05:15
matthew_wOk, it's in there, now, let me try05:15
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cafuegodbassett: I'm fetching it; 64MB, so takes a while...05:15
IdleOnelinux_user400354:  lmao05:15
frank23quicken: if cedega dosent support bloodscape : http://transgaming.org/gamesdb/games/alphabrowse.mhtml?letter=B it probably cant run at all in linux05:15
matthew_wToma-; Nothing05:15
dbassettcafuego: Thanks!  What is the best way for me to get it from you?05:15
cafuegodbassett: I'll be putting it on a website; so browser/wget/whatever.05:16
rukuarticcafuego, Start a FTP server!! :D05:16
Toma-matthew_w, and the levels for the line-in are up?05:16
rukuarticcafuego, I've done that once... cuz GAIM stinks with file transfers. O_o05:16
dbassettcafurgo: sounsd good.  Thanks!  I love the linux community05:16
cafuegoId you'd rather have ftp/rsync/svn, let me know ;-)05:16
matthew_wToma-; yessir.05:16
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cafuegorukuartic: I'm not downloading to my desktop box; I went over quota and only get 64Kbit/sec05:16
wastrelrukuartic:  actually you can support posix and not be a *nix at all, i believe beos was posix compliant.05:17
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matthew_wToma; I wonder05:17
rukuarticcafuego, Ouch...05:17
dbassettcafuego: ouch indeed05:17
rukuarticwastrel, Are toasters posix compliant? :: pokes fun::05:17
matthew_wToma-; If I plug the guitar into my amp, and then take the "Phone Out" cord from my amp, and plug that into my Mic In?05:17
twitch101when i ant to use wine and i need .NET framework i can just download the files from windows.com and set them in my system and registry folder right?05:17
cafuegorukuartic: 5 more days of slowness :-(05:17
rukuarticcafuego, I use my toaster to serve my CStrike box...05:17
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quickenbeats windows :P05:18
rukuarticcafuego, It stinks... cuz I wake up in the morning, there are ten people playing05:18
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rukuarticcafuego, And when I drop my toast in, everyone's ping jumps to 40005:18
twitch101when i ant to use wine and i need .NET framework i can just download the files from windows.com and set them in my system and registry folder right?05:18
unpersonIs one likely to see any real difference between running the 386 and 686 kernels?05:18
Toma-matthew_w, yeh give that a try. the signal should be pretty weak and wont destroy your soundcard05:18
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matthew_wToma-; Errr...05:19
MeeKsim about to install ubuntu on a 250gb HD, whats the best way to parition it?05:19
MeeKsi never have before05:19
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varsendaggerrukuartic, are you for real?05:19
cafuegoMeeKs: Depends.05:19
cafuegoMeeKs: server or workstation?05:19
MeeKsjust want to learn linux really05:19
MeeKsheard its a good distro05:20
wastrelMeeKs:  if you want to learn linux, and don't need a working system, i recommend linux from scratch :] 05:20
cafuegoMeeKs: 20GB /, 2G swap, rest /home05:20
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IdleOneMeeKs:  90 gig for OS and 40 gig swap you should be good to go ()05:20
MeeKswastrel: you mean command line05:20
Toma-10 gb /05:20
cafuegoMeeKs: Or do wyou want stuff like WIndows on there too?05:20
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MeeKsi dont use windows at all05:20
_daniel_Hi if I install ubuntu does the installer write over /home05:20
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cafuegoMeeKs: Then 10-20GB for Linux, 2 GB swap and the rest /home (data)05:21
Jivenixwhat home05:21
MeeKsok 2 3 partitions05:21
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Jivenixsudo apt-get dist-upgrade05:21
_daniel_I have a /home partition05:21
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wastrelcafuego:  you forgot /boot05:21
_daniel_I dont want the installer to write over it05:21
pinguSorry for the late reply matthew_w, but I think it was ratpoison at the time :/05:21
cafuegowastrel: He doesn't need /boot05:21
unpersoncafuego, No /boot ?05:21
Toma-no /boot05:21
wastrelwe don't do /boot anymore?05:21
rukuarticvarsendagger, ;)05:21
cafuegowastrel: We don't run Redhat, so no.05:21
irvin_daniel_: you can choose to manual partition then tell the installer not to format /home05:22
_daniel_Can I tell the installer, this is /home, and dont touch it ?05:22
Toma-unless you install 15 kernels, no need for /boot...05:22
wastrelheh old habit i suppose05:22
irvin_daniel_: yes you can... ;)05:22
_daniel_irvin, and you are 100 % sure it wont touch it ?05:22
_daniel_like not even my .bashrc ?05:22
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rukuarticAnyone have suggestions on how to set up XOrg to run more faster/efficiently? Would recompiling it help me out or screw me up?05:22
tin_nqnok bye... thanks for nothing!05:22
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cafuego_daniel_: If you tell the installer to mount it as /home and not format it, you'll be fine (I did that last sunday)05:22
rukuartictin_nqn You're welcome :D05:22
cafuegorukuartic: 1) faster cpu 2) more ram05:23
_daniel_ok just wanted to make sure05:23
cafuegorukuartic: 3) new gfx card05:23
wastrelrukuartic:  lighter windowmanager05:23
_daniel_And is there somewer I can get kernel sources to build custom kernel ?05:23
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rukuarticcafuego, I'm actually running 1.2 Ghz and 256 mb ram... not doing too bad for having gamp, hlds, and wine running right now with GAIM and XChat05:23
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irvin_daniel_: yes...05:23
cafuegodbassett: http://www.cafuego.net/stuff/ibm-java2-sdk-50-linux-ppc.tgz05:23
_daniel_they are in the repos ?05:23
rukuarticcafuego, 86 mb still free... but nobody's on the server05:23
synthso do i need to use kubuntu to get kde on ubuntu05:23
rukuarticSynth, Not necessarily05:23
ubotuI give up. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, Toma-05:24
_daniel_O yeah I am installing kubuntu, that is same as ubuntu right ?05:24
synthi'm tired of gnome05:24
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rukuarticsynth, from what I understand you can aptget it, and then select it at boot (under sessions)05:24
_daniel_yeah gnome is stupid05:24
dbassettcafuego: downoading now05:24
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Toma-rukuartic, ram and linux has a totally different use than ram and windows...05:24
_daniel_I am tired of debian too :(05:24
cafuegodbassett: cool :-)05:24
dbassettcafuego: Thanks a bunch, btw05:24
rukuarticsynth and _daniel_ I like xfce!05:24
_daniel_I recommend kde to annyone05:24
cafuegodbassett: no worries05:24
rukuarticToma-, Its four days uptime... not too bad considering I'm running XAMPP too. I forgot :D05:24
marcin`could someone help me to configure apache2 ?05:24
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rukuarticmarcin`, tried #apache?05:25
marcin`currently my apache is configured with defaults05:25
dbassettI have an old G3 imac that runs debian with xfce05:25
marcin`and all I need is to enable something like this: http://myname.localhost05:25
_daniel_marcin`, open the apache config file an read trhough it05:25
Toma-rukuartic, i used to run a little server and constantly had 4mb ram free out of the 512mb ram it had. simply because its was going its job and caching it05:25
_daniel_is not like you dont know english05:25
marcin`I just need virtual host 'myname' is this possible?05:25
synthrukuartic, ive used it yeah05:25
_daniel_marcin`, of course05:26
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synthxfce is great for minimalism05:26
rukuarticToma-, Stick evrything in ram to make it go faster?05:26
ManticeDo you think that the programs 32 bit and it crashes because im ruing 64 bit os05:26
Toma-rukuartic, pretty much05:26
rukuarticSynth, thats whats keeping my server alive XD05:26
dbassettblackbox is also good for minimalism05:26
corvaxtry running nautulis and xfce together05:26
Toma-the kernel is awesome for dealing with ram. the windows kernel deals with ram like a kid with a packet of lollies. no sharing thx.05:26
rukuarticWhats the difference between Virtual Memory, Shared Memory, and resident memory?05:27
marcin`_daniel_: any hint how?05:27
corvaxits good for desktop stuff but makes it a dog05:27
psusiactually, the way linux manages ram has been getting closer and closer to the way the NT kernel does over the last few years05:27
rukuarticToma-, Ran HLDS on windows... pings are running at 100. Move to a barebox Linux and pings drop to 50.05:27
Toma-rukuartic, im sure they all contain different google results.05:27
rukuarticpsusi, No... thats just XOrg...05:27
_daniel_just create the virtual host, and configure your router to resolve myname.localhost05:27
_daniel_although that is weird05:27
psusirukuartic, no, I said the kernel, and I meant it05:27
ithielkameron, got a haircut today05:27
rukuarticToma-, Haha... good point05:27
_daniel_if both are in same machine then just make localhost/myname05:28
rukuarticToma-, But dang it... I'm only a month into Linux. Doesn't that still qualify me as a nub doze user?05:28
psusiI used to get very frustrated at the linux kernel because it would never swap out... even when there were 100 megs of data that hadn't been accessed in days that would be better off in swap so that ram could be used for cache05:28
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dbassettcafuego: file is done.  Thanks again05:28
Toma-rukuartic, more reading = more linux-fu05:28
stonedhere is a stupid question i can't find it on google here05:29
Toma-hang out in here and youll learn quite a bit05:29
rukuarticToma-, more reading = fsadfasd X-x05:29
rukuarticToma-, Already have... Thats whats keeping my server running.05:29
stonedif i play an HD DVD on my computer, will i be able to see hd on my regular computer monitor or does the monitor have to be hd too>'05:29
rukuarticToma-, A bucket of ice next to my CPU and #Ubuntu05:29
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Toma-rukuartic, :D i used to bury myself in man pages05:29
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psusithese days linux tends to swap a bit more and put that ram to better use, and how hard it does so is configurable via /proc... NT has allways tried somewhat hard to throw out unused data and put that ram to use for cache05:29
rukuarticToma-, I'm too lazy to read them... I just pipe it into a grep of what I'm looking for05:29
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ManticeHow come Enemy Teratory dont work with my amd64 it says kernel panic05:30
psusione could argue that it tries a bit too hard05:30
bjvdoes linux swap more to preserve cache?05:30
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Toma-Mantice, is that the 64bit verson of ET?05:30
bjvmy swap rarely even turns on, with only 512 ram.05:30
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bjvgot about 8MB in it right now, probably wont change for days.05:31
MadpilotMantice, are you sure it's compiled to run on 64bit?05:31
rukuarticIs your swap directly acessable like a HD?05:31
ManticeI dont think so05:31
Toma-Mem:        256800     252660       4140  :)05:31
psusibjv, it used to never use swap until almost all ram was used and there was almost none left in the cache... these days it swaps a bit more... how much is decided by a variable called swappiness you can tweek in /proc05:31
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ManticeI thought I could run 32 bit programs05:31
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Q_ContinuumAnybody played with dual displays under nvidia's TwinView that can tell me if I need to have two screen config sections (for each monitor) set up in my xorg.conf?05:32
bjvpsusi: yeah, i just recently was investigating vm settings in /proc05:32
MadpilotMantice, you're running the full 64bit version of Ubuntu?05:32
ryani just install ubuntu on my comp05:32
apolytesQ_Continuum yes you do05:32
ryanand partitioned he linux and windows05:32
dbassett cafuego; have you installed sdk for powerpc?05:32
farousQ_Continuum: on atil it is needed if the two displays have diff resol05:32
apolytesQ_Continuum: look at the Xinerama howto at tldp.org05:32
ManticeDo I have to redownload it05:32
AngryElfhey all, I was looking through the synaptic package manager and noticed there's two kernels in there linux-386 and linux 686 -- if I have a P4 should i be using the 686??05:32
Q_Continuumif they're identical, just clone 'em and name them one off?  (Nvidia, not ATI in this case)05:33
ryanok then05:33
FlannelKingAngryElf: Yes.05:33
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sam00hey all, does anyone know how to list all pkgs listed in the repos I have choosen05:33
FlannelKingAngryElf: although, the 386 will still work fine05:33
sam00basically so I can pick what I don't have05:33
Toma-AngryElf, not really "should" can you "can".... theres not a great deal of difference performance wise05:33
frank23Mantice: it is possible to run basically any 32bit program in 64 bit ubuntu. It is way too frustrating for me though so I just run 32bit Ubuntu instead05:33
rukuarticsam00, dpkg -l05:33
farousQ_Continuum: works also with ati :) this way05:33
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MadpilotMantice, you might be better off running the 32bit Ubuntu on your machine...05:33
rukuarticsam00, If you're looking for a specific package, you could pipe it into a grep command05:33
sam00dpkg -l list those I have, I want those I don't have installed05:33
zcat[1] anyone got zoneminder built on breezy?05:34
liskl_woohoo installing fallout on unbuntu this rocks05:34
rukuarticsam00, Oh... dang.05:34
AngryElfis there a config file i'd need to edit to make it load up by default after it's installed?05:34
ManticeI thought 64 bit was way faster :)05:34
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zcat[1] configure: error: zm requires Date::Manip05:34
rukuarticsam00, Lemme see for a second05:34
zcat[1] where do I find that?05:34
MadpilotMantice, might be, but it's way less supported05:34
witlesswastrel: lpadmin group was it, thanks05:34
frank23Mantice: a bit faster. not way faster.05:34
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ManticeNah I cant05:34
FlannelKingdid ryan just come in, tell us he had ubuntu /windows installed, and then leave? or did I miss something?05:34
rukuarticsam00, Haha... I have no clue...05:34
ManticeId have to reinstall graphics drivers05:34
dbassettHas anyone had success installing java SDK on a powerpc (w/ ubuntu)05:34
sam00that's ok05:34
frank23Mantice: I'll use it when I can transparently install 32bit programs on it. You cant do that yet05:34
farousdbassett: there is a java built on sun website for 64 bit05:35
apolytesdbassett: yep.. whats the problem.05:35
psusihow about when there is no need to install 32 bit programs in the first place? ;)05:35
rukuarticsam00, I have an idea...05:35
liskl_i wish that fallout had a native binary though05:35
ubotuwell, restricted is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats  Most of the formats listed here can be replaced by !FreeFormats05:35
sam00rukuartic: oh?05:35
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dbassettapolytes; the problem is with the make-jpkg command (from java-package).  I get "No matching plugin was found."05:36
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rukuarticsam00, Darn... never mind. >< If you go into synaptic, they can give you a list of everything and what you have is marked05:36
uboturestricted is, like, totally, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats  Most of the formats listed here can be replaced by !FreeFormats05:36
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rukuarticsam00, But I'm guessing thats nto whatyou want05:36
tman_ubuntuI'm getting error message from java.  Can someone help please?05:37
sam00rukuartic: yeah I know, but wanted a command line thing05:37
dbassettfollowing instructions from here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/JavaPPC05:37
rukuartictman_ubuntu, Whats up?05:37
ubotumethinks b-e is no make ?  you need build-essential or if you get errors saying gcc cannot create executables, or that you can't find header files like stdio.h, you need to do a    sudo apt-get install build-essential.05:37
ManticeIs there a easy way to get firefox working with flash05:37
rukuarticsam00, I was guessing that...05:37
kkmi cant make an internet connection on linux its the first time im using it i dl ubuntu live CD ?05:37
rukuartickkm, wireless or wired?05:37
tman_ubuntuI'm trying to compile a simple class file with a reference to mail.jar and it's saying mail.jar doesn't have a method when I know it does.05:37
nickrudsam00: all install packages, or all available packages?05:38
rukuartickkm, Dialup or broadband?05:38
kkmrukuartic: adsl05:38
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zcat[1] w00t .. seems to be building now05:38
rukuarticnickrud, He's looking for all not installed05:38
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tman_ubuntuMessage.setSendDate() it is looking for.05:38
rukuarticnickrud, compare installed with avaliable for difference?05:38
frank23Mantice: check the forums. You'll find 64bit can be a !@#$%^05:38
johnnyanybody seen a good tutorial to add two nics to ubuntu ?05:38
sam00nickrud: uninstalled pkgs ( in repo listed in source.lis )05:38
rukuartickkm, Are you connecting to a router?05:38
johnnyi've seen a few.. but these two use the same kernel mod05:38
bubba_frank23, true dat.05:39
rukuartickkm, Through a network card for example?05:39
dbassettapolytes: any suggestions?05:39
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lwizardlwhere can i get a ubuntu compatible floppy image?05:39
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andreihey all05:39
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kkmrukuartic: Which way should i connect i dont know :/05:39
mang3loin setting up the interfaces file, my network and gateway ip...what are they... -_-...i know one is my actual router ( but i dont know the other (helpplz, lol, newb question,i know )05:39
rukuartickkm, How did you used to connect?05:39
nickrudsam00: aptitude search '!~i'05:39
FlannelKinglwizardl: you just mean a floppy that ubuntu can read?05:39
andreihow do i update ubuntu05:39
kkmrukuartic: Through adsl eternet05:40
tman_ubunturukuartic:  I'm using Ubuntu Dapper AMD6405:40
rukuartickkm, Look at the back of your computer... there should be something that looks like an oversized telephone cable that plugs in...05:40
rukuartictman_ubuntu, Sorry... Meh. I'm not all that good with Java :p05:40
bubba_mang3lo, your gateway is probably.05:40
sam00nickrud: Thanks! great05:40
rukuartictman_ubuntu, I was hoping it was a syntax error XD05:40
lwizardlFlannelKing: yes i'm looking for a floppy to boot the cd05:40
nickrudsam00: aptitude is pretty useful, worth learning ;)05:40
Madpilotandrei, there's a little red icon that'll appear next to the clock when you have updates available - unless you mean 'how do I update to the development version"05:40
ManticeAny one got a Cedga account?05:40
FlannelKinglwizardl: does your bios not support booting from a CD?05:41
andreihey can i right a program that automatically mutes upon startup, and can i bind f1 and f2 to brightness and f3,f4,f5 to volume like in mac osx05:41
tman_ubunturukuartic:  wish it was that simple.05:41
mang3lobubba: how would i find out my network?  if gateway is specific to the router...ive no clue where the network ip would be05:41
rukuartictman_ubuntu, So do I :P05:41
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kkmrukuartic: yes ethernet05:41
lwizardlon my 2nd pc no doesn't have option in bios05:41
rukuartickkm, type ifconfig in the console05:41
andreiif i click on that icon, nothing happens05:41
sam00nickrud: well usefull here, had the impression dpkg can do it all ...05:41
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nickrudsam00: dpkg doesn't track packages that aren't installed05:42
AngryElfwhat's the fastest way to get xorg.conf to reload?05:42
kkmrukuartic: Can you guide me in a more simpler way i dont know much05:42
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rukuartickkm, Mmmf...05:42
farousAngryElf: just restart x05:42
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nickrudAngryElf: clt-alt-backspace05:42
rukuartickkm, If you go into System and look for network configuration...05:43
fangoriousI can't seem to run nautilus any more, http://pastebin.com/57612105:43
rukuarticCan someone help kkm get his interface up?05:43
andreihey when i click on the update icon, nothing happens05:43
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fangoriousalmost the same error for rhythmbox05:44
rukuartickkm, Open a console really quick... do you know how to do that?05:44
rukuartickkm, Its also called a "terminal"05:44
kkmrukuartic: I am using windows atm i am going to write all this down on paper and reboot my pc with linux so if u can gudie me like in a very smple way telling me for ex: go to system then etc...05:44
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IdleOneandrei:  in terminal type sudo apt-get update05:44
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Mantice./flashplayer-installer - oh crap poodles :(05:44
rukuartickkm, I'm not too good at all this, but I'll try05:44
ManticeIs there a 64 bit flash?05:45
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kkmrukuartic: mate your WAY better then me :)05:45
nickrudMantice: no05:45
andreioh thanx idleone, btw i accidently did that b4 u told me to lol05:45
rukuartickkm, First, I'd start a terminal. You'd find that under Applications>Utilities>Terminal (I think)05:45
bubba_kkm, click system/administration/networking, from there click ethernet controller, click properties.05:45
ManticeHow hard would it to downgrade to 32 ?05:45
andreihow do i bind keys to change screen brightness05:45
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rukuartickkm, bubba_'s got you covered05:45
dbassettHas anyone had success installing java SDK on a powerpc (w/ ubuntu)?05:45
nickrudMantice: it would take a reinstall05:45
Manticeof the whole OS ?05:45
andreidbassett, i have a powerpc05:46
andreiwhat do u want me to do05:46
rukuarticbubba_, XD I'm in XFCE... no Gnome05:46
nickrudMantice: yes, everything from scratch05:46
Jollywhere can i go to get the default pw for nextel05:46
johnnyi think my /etc/network/interfaces file is correct05:46
Mantice:( I cant bring my self to do it05:46
dbassettandrei, you installed java sdk?05:46
IdleOnekkm:  go to System > Admintration > networking and look for eth0 then enable it . close the window and try connecting to the net05:46
rukuarticIdleOne, gotta make sure he has his DNS set up right...05:46
andreihow do i do that05:46
Manticeis there a 32 bit emulator for games?05:46
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andreioh btw, how do i install updates05:46
IdleOnekkm if that doesnt work come back in wondows and we can figure out how to get you a hammer and smash it05:47
andreiis it sudo apt-get install update05:47
bubba_rukuartic, grr... sorry, i cant remember how to do it it in XFCE... you can do it from the command line too... like mentioned erlier...05:47
Jollywhat channel can i go to learn about phreaking05:47
Brunellus_when building my own kernel, does it matter that the only linux-source package is 2.6.12 and not 2.6.12-9 ?05:47
dbassettsudo aptitude update05:47
dbassettsudo aptitude upgrade05:47
rukuarticbubba_, No, I'm in XFCE. He's in Gnome (I'm pretty sure)05:47
IdleOnerukuartic:  is dhcp didnt fail at install it should work05:47
rukuarticbubba_, ifup eth0 I think...05:47
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bubba_kkm, probably, at the command line you can just issue dhclient eth0 and it will work.05:48
rukuarticIdleOne, unless he's running on a static IP05:48
MadpilotMantice, wine or cedage, but I don't think they work in 64bit Linux05:48
twitch101how do i install internet explorer under wine so i can install the .net framework?05:48
bubba_rukuartic, ooops... sorry..05:48
rukuarticbubba_, XD We might be confusing him with info overload05:48
IdleOnerukuartic:  doubtful05:48
Agent_bobi need someone to walk me through some ssh problems.   i know nothing about networking.05:48
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rukuartictwitch101, Now why'd you wanna go and ruin Linux with doze? :P05:48
frank23Mantice: you can get cedega to work in 64bit but its not trivial05:48
nickrudMantice: take a look at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebootstrapChroot , it's not simple, but you can set up a 32bit environment for running flash and the like.05:48
MadpilotAgent_bob, have you seen the SSH howto page on the wiki?05:48
andreihelpp how do i install updates AFTER sudo apt-get update05:48
twitch101because i need the .net framwork to run a windows program duh....05:48
fangorioustwitch101: can you not use Mono?05:48
Agent_bobMadpilot no05:49
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twitch101i have that installed and the program still asks for .net fram work05:49
ubotuit has been said that ssh is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SSHHowto05:49
MadpilotAgent_bob, ^^^05:49
twitch101or i can give you the wine output...05:49
bubba_probably his ethernet is eth0, and probably it just needs to config via dhcp, but it is a mystery.05:49
kkmcheers rukuartic - bubba_ IdleOne lol05:49
rukuartickkm, Good luck mate05:49
frank23Mantice: but my advice to you is just to run 32bit. I've tried both05:49
IdleOnekkm good luck see you soon05:49
andreihelp me05:49
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rukuartickkm, Its frusterating at first, but you'll get a handle of it05:49
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andreihow do i bind keys to BRIGHTNESS05:49
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rukuarticandrei, Eh... I think there's something under System05:49
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rukuarticandrei, Keyboard shortcuts I think05:50
IdleOneheya hawkeye05:50
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bubba_kkm, didja get things working ?05:50
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_jason!ssh is also https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AdvancedOpenSSH05:50
ubotuokay, _jason05:50
rukuarticandrei, But I think you want to bind to gamma, not brightness... brightness is changed with the buttons/wheel on your monitor05:50
hawkeyemy first time linux05:50
IdleOnebubba_:  he is in windows right now05:50
andreii use a laptop05:50
bubba_IdleOne, ewww!05:51
varsendaggerhey hawkeye05:51
andreiso there not physical brightness setting05:51
hawkeyehow do i install amsn?05:51
twitch101"Pease set registry key    HKLM\Software\Microsoft\.NETFramework/InstallRoot     to point to the .NET Framework installation'05:51
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rukuartichawkeye, Did you download the source?05:51
Tallia1Kubuntusomeone here can use the rename command?05:51
IdleOnehawkeye:  you need to enable repos first05:51
rukuartichawkeye, three commands.05:51
Madpilothawkeye, gAIM does msn - Application menu -> Internet -> gaim05:51
anotherdmive got this AMD-Athlon64-nvidia chipset based system to install on but i seem to recall seeing something about there being some annoyances with the AMD64 architecture. Is that correct? where can I find out more?05:51
IdleOne!tell hawkeye  about repos05:51
rukuartichawkeye, ./configure05:51
Tallia1Kubuntui have to rename a bunch of mp3 files in wav, since the extension is wrong05:51
_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: probably lots, what's up?05:51
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rukuartichawkeye, make05:51
twitch101how do i install internet explorer under wine so i can install the .net framework?05:51
rukuartichawkeye, sudo make install05:51
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bubba_anotherdm, can be a bitch to get things working right... but i managed... it took all weekend though.05:52
Tallia1Kubuntu_jason: something like:  mv *.mp3 *.wav05:52
Madpilotrukuartic, build-essential needs to be installed first...05:52
IdleOnerukuartic:  why compile when its packaged? btw he said its his first time using linux so he doesnt have a clue about compile probably05:52
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bubba_anotherdm, using i386 ubuntu installs easier.05:52
_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: rename -n 's/\.mp3$/.wav/' *05:52
frank23anotherdm: if you install the regular i386 32bit ubuntu, it should work like a charm05:52
rukuarticMadpilot, good point05:52
rukuarticIdleOne, ...erf.05:52
ManticeThis guy burns 20 copies of Ubuntu and heads to his local McDonalds05:52
Tallia1Kubuntu_jason: can you explain that to me?05:52
AngryElfhey all, does anyone here gotten imwheel working with theri IntelliMouse?05:53
fangorioushow do I divert a files that's part of a repo package, so I can symlink to a manually installed version?05:53
andreihow do i install updates05:53
Madpilotrukuartic, but for amsn, gaim works AFAIK05:53
_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: the -n will make it not actually do anything, just show you what it would do, if it looks ok then just get rid of -n05:53
_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: man regex :)05:53
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rukuarticMadpilot, Agreed.05:53
Dr_WillisAngryElf,  i havent had to use imwheel in ages.05:53
fangoriousandrei: at a command line, sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade05:53
IdleOneMantice:  bring me back a #1 with coke ()05:53
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AngryElfi'm trying to get the two buttons on the side of the mouse to do back/forward in firefox05:53
fangoriousDr_Willis: what do you use (both software and what mouse)?05:53
_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: basically it says change all the .mp3 at the end to a .wav05:53
johnnyanybody have a router/firewall setup with ubuntu ?05:53
nickrudTallia1Kubuntu: there's a gui app called prefixsuffix05:53
andreithanx fangorious so much05:53
andreihow do i get my intellimouse to work05:54
andreiwhere drivers05:54
AngryElfproblem is i tested them in xev and they're registering as buttons 2 and 3 instead of 6 & 705:54
Dr_Willisfangorious,  i used dozens of the  logitech and MS mice.. and havent had to use imwheel in proberly 3+ years.05:54
Tallia1Kubuntu_jason: i have been through regex several times..05:54
Madpilotandrei, what doesn't work right away?05:54
Dr_WillisAngryElf,  you can switch that in the xorg.conf ith the right settings05:54
andreimy mouse05:54
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andreii used it on mac osx05:54
rukuarticDr_Willis, If you know mice... would you know why my ps/2 GM laser won't work?05:54
Tallia1Kubuntuhow did you became so familiar with them?05:54
andreiits microsoft made, new and white05:54
andreiso i assume its intellimouse05:54
_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: actually rename uses perl regex, so man perlrequick05:54
andreii dunno where to get drivers05:54
fangoriousDr_Willis: so you get all the buttons supported (thumb buttons for forward and back) with no manual config?05:54
Dr_Willisrukuartic,  'problem exists between keyboard and chair' ? :P05:55
Agent_bobMadpilot doesn't do a thing for me....   i try to login localhost ssh to localhost sshd  and it gives a passwd prompt, i type the password and then it just sits there.   no prompt no responce to commands CR will move the curser down a line but that is all...    any idea on what that might be ?05:55
AngryElfsomething's not registering right, brb...trying somethin new05:55
Tallia1Kubuntu_jason: i see, but anyway why do you know them so well?05:55
rukuarticDr_Willis, Mouse buttons work... but the laser doesn't light :P Works in 'doze05:55
fangoriousandrei: you shouldn't really need drivers for it, but many people need to tweak their config05:55
Madpilotandrei, you shouldn't need drivers. I've got an MS mouse too05:55
Tallia1Kubuntuare you a regex maniac?05:55
johnnyAgent_bob,  try to view the logs ?05:55
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Dr_Willisthers a dozen+ web sites out on setting up these mose...05:55
_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: I read the man pages!05:55
Dr_Willisrukuartic,  now thats weird...05:55
IdleOneAgent_bob:  try telnet05:55
Tallia1Kubuntu_jason: that's all? and you remember them?05:55
rukuarticDr_Willis, You betcha :P05:55
Agent_bobjohnny there are no logs.05:55
MadpilotAgent_bob, no idea, the few times I've used SSH it's just worked05:55
_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: and I played with them a bit, that is probably the best05:55
Tallia1Kubuntu_jason: i se05:55
Tallia1Kubuntui see05:55
andreii plug the mouse into the usb port and it doesnt work05:55
Dr_WillisIll stick with my MX51805:55
Tallia1Kubuntutnx for the help anyway05:56
ManticeI herd that there where some flash altenatives ?05:56
fangoriousDr_Willis: yeah, but what worked in breezy doesn't work for me (Same hardware) in dapper, indeed xmodmap now thinks I have an 11 button mouse rather than 6 (and in breezy i had to configure it as 7)05:56
farousAgent_bob: is the pc you are trying to ssh to have a ssh server on it05:56
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nickrudTallia1Kubuntu: try prefixsuffix , it's perfect for what you're trying to do05:56
Dr_Willisfangorious,  test out some live cd's find one that works.. and dissect its x config file and see what its doing.05:56
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Madpilotandrei, open a terminal and type "lsusb"05:56
andreiif i plug the mouse in, nothing happens05:56
MeeKsdoes this look right?   primary ext3 20.0gb /        2gb swap        / logical ext3 228gb /home05:57
Agent_bobfarous it is this box.  and yes.     localhost to localhost05:57
_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: there are probably a few online tutorials that are a little easier to read than the man pages05:57
AngryElfok, got it working Dr_Willis I think it didn't automatically pick it up because I'm running the mouse through a KVM switch05:57
fangoriouswell, i already know how to make it work: use breezy! but the config from that doesn't work on dapper :(05:57
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_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: do you understand the command now?  which part are you unsure about?05:57
farousAgent_bob: you need a ssh server installed05:57
Tallia1Kubuntui see05:57
Dr_WillisAngryElf,  yep - kvms can be an issue.05:57
Tallia1Kubuntui understand the command05:57
Agent_bobfarous can you read ?05:57
Tallia1Kubuntuit's a bit syntax complex05:57
farousAgent_bob: install the package open-ssh server search for a package with this name05:57
_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: now the important question: did it work? :)05:57
Tallia1Kubuntuit has a bit complex sintax05:57
Agent_bobfarous can you read ?05:57
AngryElfwhere can i stick two commands so they get run everytime the comp gets booted?05:57
_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: which part is complex?05:58
farousAgent_bob: can't you understand05:58
andreiok i typed in lsusb, it says port 2 theres microsoft thingy, what now05:58
zcat[1] AngryElf: /etc/init.d/bootmisc.sh05:58
Tallia1Kubuntuin general regex sintax is not very intuitive05:58
rukuarticAngryElf, rc.d in /etc/init I think05:58
Tallia1Kubuntuwhat's the name of the manpage?05:58
Agent_bob<farous> Agent_bob: can't you understand <--- pot calling the kettel black helps nothing.05:58
rukuarticAngryElf, Careful what you edit... might be easier to use webmin or another program05:58
farousanyway one more to the ignore list05:58
Banditgentlemen ...relax :)05:59
_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: I suppose, it's like a new language in a way.  perlrequick and perlretut are the two man pages for perl regex05:59
rukuarticAll my base are belong to Bandit05:59
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Dr_Willisdepends on what you want to run and why also AngryElf05:59
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_jasonTallia1Kubuntu: man perl will list all the man pages for a bunch of perl stuff05:59
firstcobra88is there any1 here that can help me with nvidia driver?05:59
Agent_bobnow will someone that knows something about networking/sshd please try to help me figure this out ?06:00
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rukuartic!tell firstcobra88 about nvidia06:00
_jasonubotu: tell firstcobra88 about nvidia06:00
andreik i typed in lsusb, and there IS something on 2nd usb port, a microsoft thing, so it is registering but the mouse doesnt work06:00
AngryElfDr_Willis, xmodmap and imwheel to get these buttons working correctly??06:00
thelsdjhrm i think i found a bug in the ssh tab complete in bash, locks up shell, anyone want to try it and see if you can confirm?06:00
Madpilotandrei, is the mouse plugged in when you start the machine?06:00
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Dr_WillisAngryElf,  theres proberly better way to do it.. but i just use the extra buttons in games for my Grenads and so forth.06:00
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andreino madpilot06:00
andreiits not06:00
EnsignRedshirtHello, world.06:00
rukuarticDr_Willis, you mean bzflag? :P06:01
Dr_Willisrukuartic,  RTCW:ET06:01
ManticeIs there a program that can run 32 bit code on a 64 bit os06:01
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rukuarticDr_Willis, rofl... thought I was being tolt to rtfm06:01
Madpilotandrei, try restarting with the mouse plugged in (although USB stuff should be hot-pluggable...)06:01
BanditAgent_bob what are you attempting to do?06:01
andreiok give me an hour cuz it takes FOR EVER TO BEGIN06:01
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IdleOneMantice:  would be easier for you to install 32bit ubuntu and reinstall the drivers06:01
andreijust venting06:01
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EnsignRedshirtAny backports users here?  I just installed and ran automatix, and it added the backports repo (among many others) to sources.list.  This means I know have many updatable packages, but I'm not sure I really want to update them all.06:02
IdleOneMadpilot:  even if it is a M$ mouse?06:02
frank23Mantice: the chroot like pasted earlier is what you need06:02
rukuarticIs it just me, or does 64bit cause more problems than it solves?06:02
rukuarticOh! Question...06:02
MadpilotIdleOne, I've got an MS mouse, never had any trouble with it06:02
frank23Mantice https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebootstrapChroot06:02
Agent_bobBandit trying to get sshd configured so i can use it.06:02
HALWhat is the command to check running kernel version?06:02
ubotuAutomatix is unsafe, it overwrites configuration files, and does things like "echo -e 'ynYn'" that are considered risky. Please do not use it. There are alternative applications, but it's often best to read the documentation. See !easyubuntu.06:02
varsendaggerhow do i get cinerrlla06:02
rukuarticWhy is it that there are two usernames when I do ls -l? Eg -rwxr-x-r-x somefile root rukuartic blah blah06:02
Agent_bobBandit the error i am having now is.06:03
Agent_bob      Password:06:03
MadpilotIdleOne, MS make nice mice, it's just a shame about their operating systems :P06:03
Agent_bobConnection to localhost closed.06:03