linuxboyfriendALEX2K, yw12:00
gnomefreakcalamari: im just about sure of it but you would have to look in synaptic12:00
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, http://www.linuxpakistan.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4763&highlight=12:00
ALEX2Kdo you recomend12:00
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, check the 1st and 5th post12:00
gnomefreakcinder: you need to look at this link12:00
ALEX2Ki make a FAT32 Partition12:00
ALEX2Kso i can write to it from both OS's12:00
ubotuI heard restricted is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats  Most of the formats listed here can be replaced by !FreeFormats12:00
linuxboyfriendALEX2K, yes12:00
ALEX2Kand for the resolution problem12:00
linuxboyfriendALEX2K, i do not like ntfs12:00
calamarignomefreak: I looked, I only see one for open office 112:01
cindergnomefreak, yeah, but videos are already made12:01
erUSULCreatureOfLegend, it may be easier for you to look up in ebay (any serial modem will do) i'm from Galizia NW of Spain Europe ;)12:01
linuxboyfriendALEX2K, cuse fat is more friendly :)12:01
cinderI cannot change them12:01
gnomefreakcalamari: are you on breezy?12:01
calamarignomefreak: yeah12:01
gnomefreakcalamari: breezy doesnt have OOo212:01
linuxboyfriendALEX2K, but do not convert your existing ntfs partitions into fat12:01
gnomefreakcalamari: thats a unoffical repo12:01
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calamarignomefreak: well, I haven't upgraded to dapper, so I'd have to disagree :)12:01
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linuxboyfriendALEX2K, it will currupt your data on these partitions12:02
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CreatureOfLegendlinuxboyfriend: So that one is giving people troulbe as well, huh?12:02
gnomefreakcalamari: breezy never got the OOo2 packages only way to get it is using the OOo2 repo12:02
Daveygnomefreak: breezy does have OOo2, Hoary did not12:02
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, i am using it12:02
SurferdudeAnyone here tried the ltsp-server package?12:02
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, the 5th post is mine12:02
gnomefreakDavey: when was it backported?12:02
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calamarignomefreak: I'm not using backports12:02
Daveygnomefreak: was there since the day it was released.12:02
CreatureOfLegendOk. I'll call the computer dudes and see if they have it.12:02
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, u can see that by making a simple script, i am using this modem in newer  kernels12:03
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calamarialthough maybe I should check there :)12:03
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, its a very cheap modem12:03
ALEX2Kwhere can i find the config file to redit resolutions?12:03
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, u can freely use the scrpit, i mentioned in the post12:03
CreatureOfLegendHow do you use a script?12:03
AstralJavaBreezy has OO.o2, but the version number is 1.9.12912:03
linuxboyfriendALEX2K, /etc/X11/xorg.conf12:03
gnomefreakdeb http://people.ubuntu.com/~doko/OOo2/ ./12:04
gnomefreak^^ thats OO212:04
Daveygnomefreak: http://packages.ubuntu.com/breezy/editors/openoffice.org212:04
gnomefreakbreezy does not have OOo2 it has the pre release12:04
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, i created the script (mentioned there), put it in /etc/ini.d and then rc-update.d <script> defaults12:04
Daveygnomefreak: that's like saying you don't have dapper then :P12:04
spapsis dapper going to be version 6.06 ?12:04
gnomefreakbreezy will _not_ have OOo2 final12:04
Daveyspaps: 6.10 I believe12:04
Daveyanyhow, bed time for me12:05
gnomefreakDavey: alot of changes in OOo212:05
iradthat thing with the nvidia don't work to me12:05
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spapshm, every other version have been year.month12:05
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, if the name of the script is 1.sh then update 1.sh defaults12:05
gnomefreakspaps: 6.0612:05
spapslike 5.10 = 2005 october12:05
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, i am using this modem in breezy12:05
iradanyone can help me install nvidia driver12:05
spapsgnomefreak, aight12:05
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, and i also have checked this modem in latest kernel12:05
gnomefreakspaps: dapper will be released june 1st of 2006 (as planned)12:05
linuxboyfriendgnomefreak, hi12:06
gnomefreakhi linuxboyfriend12:06
spapsit was planned to be released in april at first, wasnt it?12:06
linuxboyfriendgnomefreak, just c ur nick at my screen and thought about to say u hi :)12:06
CreatureOfLegendlinuxboyfriend: Ok. Thank you.12:06
gnomefreakcalamari: to answer your question the reason you dont have it is because you dont have OOo212:06
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, yw12:06
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AstralJavagnomefreak: But since the package is called openoffice.org2, I suppose it's safe to say Breezy has OO.o2, don't you think? I mean, the About... box and splash say it's 2.0...12:06
gnomefreakAstralJava: no its not the same12:06
gnomefreakdeb http://people.ubuntu.com/~doko/OOo2/ ./  <<<<OOO212:07
calamarignomefreak: can I get a reasonable OO 2 from the dapper repos?12:07
linuxboyfriendCreatureOfLegend, thats the only pci modem i found which is working with latest kernels (even with a simple script)12:07
WiFi_Warri0rman, i cant beleive how unsecure ubuntu is with a default install12:07
gnomefreakcalamari: add the above repo to your sources list and sudo apt-get update12:07
AstralJavagnomefreak: I know it's a pre-release, but theoretically it's in there. :)12:07
calamariI'd rather use an official repository than some anonymous one because they always go offline12:07
gnomefreakAstralJava: all the packages are not there12:07
tonyyarussoWiFi_Warri0r: How so?12:07
spapsWiFi_Warri0r, unsecure? why?12:07
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WiFi_Warri0rbreezy anywas12:07
gnomefreakcalamari: its a safe repo12:07
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gnomefreakas long as i used it i never had an issue12:08
WiFi_Warri0rspasp, & tonyyarusso, i just le someone use a shell, and he showed me how to root in with one command after i just installed it12:08
calamariokay cool12:08
crippledcanaryDoes anyone here know if Dapper will get the 2.6.16 kernel or 2.6.15?12:08
calamarignomefreak: thanks for your help12:08
crippledcanaryI have seen mixed messages...12:08
crimsuncrippledcanary: 2.6.15.x12:08
AstralJavagnomefreak: Sure, I won't argue with that. :)12:08
gnomefreakcrippledcanary: 2.6.15 only12:08
tonyyarussoWiFi_Warri0r: Um, like sudo -i?12:08
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squiddleWiFi_Warri0r  if you give him a sudo enabled user it is not the fault from ubuntu12:09
crippledcanary>2.6.15 is for dapper +1 then12:09
WiFi_Warri0rtonyyarusso no he had # on his prompt remotely12:09
WiFi_Warri0rand i was like wtf12:09
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WiFi_Warri0rhe said he did it in one command12:09
WiFi_Warri0rill get logs for u12:09
ubotuPlease don't use the "enter" key as punctuation! It spams the channel and is annoying.12:09
tonyyarussoWiFi_Warri0r: What command?12:09
gnomefreaki doubt even dapper+1 will have the 2.6.16 kernel im thinking its gonna be a higher one12:09
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WiFi_Warri0rill get logs12:09
squiddleWiFi_Warri0r  sudo su -12:09
leagrison the ubuntu user list. It was said dapper will stay with 2.6.15 with backported patches from newer kernels crippledcanary12:09
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bisquitWho says you can't play games with ATI, I can play games with ATI + Ubuntu + Cedega flawlessly12:10
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squiddleleagris  is the 2.6.16 so bad?12:10
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leagrisbisquit, ATI is fine until som strange Opengl vehaviours/bug sometimes with rendering12:10
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graceedoes anyone know how to install WINE?  Or at least, get it to install Microsoft Office in Ubunto12:11
hramrachHow do I make a Linux Samba box browseable from OS X?12:11
bisquitleagris: I don12:11
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iradcan someone help me install nvidia driver?12:11
bisquitt get why everyone has problems with Guild Wars with ATI, mine works fine12:11
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ubotunvidia is, like, totally, at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia or http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=5736812:11
mwegracee: I think you need crossover to run recent versions of MS office in linux12:11
KNO3how do i install nautillus-open-terminal12:11
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XenguyKNO3: apt-get install12:12
mwegracee: and evven then I think only 2000 or XP will work, not 200312:12
ardchoilleKNO3: sudo apt-get install nautilus-open-terminal12:12
XenguyKNO3: er, prepend sudo12:12
crippledcanaryDoes anyone know if the ACPI trouble with undeclared Z00x objects is backported from 2.6.16 to 2.6.15-dapper?12:12
KNO3that doesnt work, no match12:12
hramrachI can mount the shares but I cannot use the "Connect to server" feature in the gui12:12
soopwtf MS makes you compile asp pages?!12:12
leagrisbisquit, I got an ATI 9200 some time ago and Either with ATI own drivers or open sources ones. I can see Racer display wierd surface lightning12:12
crippledcanaryOr rather the fix of it...12:12
soopthats just retarded12:12
mwegracee: only a tiny fraction of all windows programs actually work with wine12:12
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ardchoilleKNO3: enable the universe repo12:13
gnomefreakis 2.6.16 a ubuntu kernel?12:13
squiddlemwe  at least all the worms work :)12:13
bisquitgracee: Unfourtinately, the best Office you can install is 2000, I've tried XP myself and had no dice, but Crossover runs it quite well12:13
leagrisbisquit, If I compare with Softare glut or Nvidia opengl I can guess ATI's rendering has som bugs12:13
crimsungnomefreak: no, upstream-only12:13
bisquitleagris: I dunno though, I mean, I installed a new kernel, whichI think helped12:13
stalefriesyeah, im stupid12:13
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stalefriesi heart windows12:13
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gnomefreaki didnt think so and seeing as dapper does not have backports than nothing will be backported to 2.6.15 for a while12:14
bisquitleagris: Lol, I almost got Halo to run, except with some error about my Product ID being bad12:14
stalefries] hal12:14
calamarignomefreak: btw, is there a list of other "people.ubuntu" repositories that are stable?12:14
stalefriesIgnore my previous comments, my stupid friend was being dumb12:14
ubotuFor an easy to use custom sources.list creator, visit http://ubuntulinux.nl/source-o-matic12:14
gnomefreakcalamari: ^^^12:14
crimsungnomefreak: we won't be backporting anything to the kernel after release12:14
leagrisbisquit, the bugs are less of a problem with pixmap mapped textures un games like Enemy Territory wheras the phong shader is not used but there are pre ligntned textures mapped over surfaces12:15
soopanyone using ubuntu for servers?12:15
gnomefreakcrimsun: not even after debel starts on dapper+1?12:15
soopi think ubuntu has made me lazy12:15
soopi havent compiled anything in months12:15
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crimsungnomefreak: no. It's the kernel.12:15
twystedhas anyone used SunOne with ubuntu?12:15
crimsun(what are you trying to do, kill us?)12:15
bisquitsoop: I use ubuntu for my server12:15
Seveassoop, hehe12:15
bisquitsoop: For a LAMP setup12:15
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twystedwhere can i get soop from? i dont see it in aptitude12:16
crippledcanaryThere is a fix for kernel bug #5322 in 2.6.16 that would let me use my Acer laptop without a custom ACPI - DSDT12:16
soopbisquit, same here ... it was running slack then i figured wtf lets give it a go12:16
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soopbut like i said its made me lazy as fuck12:16
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soopi used to despise package management12:16
ALEX2Khow can i change my resolution to 1280x102412:16
crimsuncrippledcanary: if it can be backported easily, then Matthew will probably arrange for it12:16
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leagrisbisquit, here player World Of Warcraft and Enemy Territory on dapper, but now it is with an Nvidia 68000 LE. Quite good. WoW over cedega and Enemi Terry nativ for Linux pre compiled binary. I couldn't manage to successfully compile ET from sources12:16
iradi think i don't have Synaptic Package Manager, where can i get it?12:16
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gnomefreakubotu tell ALEX2K about fixres12:16
calamarignomefreak: thanks again :)12:17
soopalex2l: ubuntu only supports 2048x102412:17
gnomefreakcalamari: your welcome12:17
mweirad: if you did a normal install, you should have it12:17
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bisquitleagris: I was thinking about buying an nVidia to run along my ATI x300SE12:17
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iradi have kubuntu12:17
LinuxJonesirad: sudo synaptic12:17
iradwhat is the name of it?12:17
soopALEX2K: im full of shit, but hold on12:17
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iradi want the gui12:17
mweirad: yes. sudo apt-get instal synaptic I think12:17
gnomefreakALEX2K: you have the way in your pm12:17
mweirad: or just use adept in kde12:18
soopalex2k: ubuntuforums.org is your firend12:18
soopalex2k: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=8397312:18
ubotuPlease read http://wiki.ubuntu.com/FixVideoResolutionHowto12:18
iradnah, adept isn't good in that guide12:18
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bisquitleagris: Funny thing is though, I can run Call of Duty with my ATI faster than windows, with 30- 50 fps with all settings up12:18
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mweirad: what guide?12:18
leagrisbisquit, though top notches GFX card may be over ones realy need with Linux, Mid range ones does a good job if you like gaming with your penguin12:19
iradi am trying to get nvidia driver working12:19
iradkinda newbie to this12:19
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bisquitThough it isn't supposed to even open...12:19
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bisquitTee hee hee12:19
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mweirad: adept has similar functionality. but go ahead and type sudo apt-get install synaptic in a terminal if you like. then kdesu synaptic to run it12:20
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bisquitleagris: What kind of processor and kernel do you have?12:20
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leagrisbisquit, opengl and DRI is quite efficient on Linux. I even get better Opengl rendering in linux as with windows. Windos users are forced to use D3D for coherent good rendering. Poor Opengl support in Windows12:20
iradwhat's 'kdesu'12:20
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ALEX20hey.. i got my resoultion working, how do i increase the gamma now it's way to dark.12:21
me2winirad: it allows you to run a program with root privelages12:21
bisquitleagris: I agree there12:21
thekinghi where can i found someone to answer a quite easy question about phone???12:21
iradfrom konsole right?12:21
mweirad: it let's you run programs with superuser privs like sudo. only it's safe for gui apps which sudo is not12:21
me2winirad: for exampled if I did kdesu konqueror, it would let me run konqueror with root privelages (I could delete, modify root owned stuff through konq)12:21
bisquittheking: Right here is a good start, just ask12:21
me2winirad: you run it from the RUN command in the menu12:22
iradnice thanks!12:22
twystedhas anyone used SunOne with ubuntu? and if so did you use it with the sun installer or a package?12:22
ardchoilleme2win: where is the run command in the menu?12:22
iradi'll pet this command12:22
thekinghow do i take of my operator name frome my mobile screen12:22
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me2winardchoille: this is for KDE, if you use GNOME, it doesnt apply to ya =/ but if you do use KDE, then just click the KDE Menu (Start Menu) and its right there, second listing from the bottom12:23
ubotuUse kdesu to run graphical applications with root priveleges when you have to. Do *not* do sudo {GUIAPP}; you can muck up your permissions and the config files.   If it is not working, you may need to run "sudo adept-updater"12:23
gnomefreak^^^ irad12:23
leagrisbisquit, I run WoW on three different boxes. One Celeron1.8Ghz with 512Mb and Geforce4. Quite slow due to low ram and low ram bandwidth, One on P4E3.0Ghz Nvidia 68000LE. Quite good but limited framerate. 1Gb of RAM. And a third box with Athlon64 3000+ 2Gb ram and Nvidia 7800GTX. Needless to say the latter is very fluent. Using Breezy64bits for the latter12:23
twystedtheking> this isnt a cellphone support channel12:23
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leagrisbisquit, trouble is, each time blizzard push an update, I can seek transgaming support forum for fixes because it often breaks compatibility with cedega. For our rescue as Linux gamers. Several cedega wine developpers do play World Of Warcraft and I am sure to get a fix the same day or very soon.12:25
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ALEX20how do i know if my video card is installed properly?12:26
bisquitleagris: yeah12:26
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leagrisbisquit,  When dapper went to kernel the changed a compile option and it broke both wine and cedega12:26
ALEX20the gamma is really really dark12:26
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bisquitALEX20: glxinfo | grep direct12:26
Lexiehow do i edit this kind of file xineplug_decode_w32dll.so12:26
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bisquitleagris: I couldn't get crossover to run on dapper12:27
leagrisbisquit, I reverted to  older kernel and a correted version for wine and cedega went one week later12:27
bisquitleagris: I run a P4 3.00ghz with HT and 512 ram12:27
leagrisbisquit, look very simmolar to my actual setup here12:27
iradwhy i can't do the things in the 'synaptic' that this site tells me: https://wiki.kubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia12:27
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leagrisbisquit, dapper on P4E 3.0 GHZ with HT kernel Linux coincoin 2.6.15-19-686 #1 SMP PREEMPT Mon Mar 20 17:33:20 UTC 2006 i686 GNU/Linux12:28
Lexiehow do i edit this kind of file xineplug_decode_w32dll.so in order to get proper sound in wmv files?12:28
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gnomefreakirad: do you have universe and multiverse enabled?12:29
iradi think so12:29
slawekdoes anyone know what can i do if my ubuntu doesnt want to be refreshed more then 60hz after i installed ati drivers ?12:29
gnomefreakirad: can you please paste you /etc/apt/sources.list on pastebin12:29
gnomefreakubotu tell slawek about fixres12:29
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calamarihmm, wish Synaptic Ctrl-E would highlight the current version, that'd be nice12:30
ALEX20bisquit, direct rendering: No12:30
ALEX20OpenGL renderer string: Mesa GLX Indirect12:30
leagrisbisquit, P4E 3.0Ghz is a power hog and generate so much heat I had to manage heavy cooling. HT with SMP kernel push it to its borders lool. Intel will never catch me again with their crappy heating CPUs :)12:31
bisquitALEX20: Then no12:31
ALEX20do i have to download them from the nvidia website?12:31
bisquitleagris: I have 4 fans, mine stays cool, but is quite load12:31
slawekfixres ?12:31
gnomefreakirad: what package are you trying to get?12:31
bisquitALEX20: Depends, I don't do nvidia12:31
gnomefreakslawek: read your pm12:31
frank23!tell ALEX20 about nvidia12:31
EmskoI'm using Ubuntu for the first time, and everything works fine except my screen resolution.. I have a widescreen display, and the OS only gives me the option of 1024x768... any idea what I can do?12:31
bisquitleagris: Though, the 686-smp kernel helps so much speed wise for me12:32
iradlook at this 'howto': https://wiki.kubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia12:32
iradi am trying to get nvidia driver12:32
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gnomefreakirad: are you on dapper?12:32
iradbreezy 5.1012:32
leagrisbisquit, whereas I am so very happy with breezy on the Athlon64 3000+. Fast, cool, all fit in a SN25P shuttle with Nforce4 chipset. No hardware bugs with Ubuntu. Everything work.12:32
raphinkSeveas: great news about ubugtu thanks12:32
gnomefreakirad: install nvidia-settings and nvidia-glx   that should be all12:32
iradso why there is such a big guide for all of this12:33
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gnomefreakirad: because there is more to it than installing 2 things12:33
leagrisbisquit, perhaps I shouldn't hav installed 64bit ubuntu because there are some drawback especially for gamers like me12:33
gnomefreakirad: but for a fairly new card those are the only 2 things you should need to install the rest you need to configure12:33
Lexiei'm stucck with this http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=136306&postcount=212:33
iradwhat do i need to do after i get those 2?12:33
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iradhow would i know how to configure it? is this guide help me to configure it?12:34
gnomefreakirad: you need to read the wiki a little closer after installing those 2 packages start at the enable command12:34
Lexiei cant find the file12:34
WiFi_Warri0rtell wifi_warrior about sshd12:34
gnomefreakLexie: what are you looking for?12:34
WiFi_Warri0rbot doesnt work for unregistered nicks?12:34
bisquitleagris: I'm not going 64 bit yet12:34
BlueHeronit does12:34
gnomefreakWiFi_Warri0r: yes ubotu does12:34
BlueHeronuse it like this12:34
leagrisbisquit, can't cleanly run 32 bits applications, managed to run Enemy Terry but can't have sound with the fakeroot 32bit packages tricks. No flashplayer, non easy java and so on12:35
BlueHeronubotu: tell username about blah12:35
Lexiei cant get this working properly http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=136306&postcount=212:35
WiFi_Warri0rok thnx12:35
gnomefreakubotu tell WiFi_Warri0r about you12:35
EmskoI have an Intel graphics card.. can ubuntu support it?12:35
WiFi_Warri0rubotu: tell wifi_warrior about sshd12:35
bisquitleagris: I love playing CoD on Linux now though12:35
bisquitleagris: That's why12:35
BlueHerongnomefreak: thanks :-)12:35
calamariEmsko: I don't have a widescreen display, but perhaps this will help: http://www.wiredfool.com/2005/06/15/widescreenLcdsAndUbuntuLinux12:35
bisquitleagris: I don't have 64 bit yet12:35
leagrisI hope Linux/Ubuntu will come with a clean way of mixing 32bit and 64bits application in the same install12:35
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AstralJavaI'm off to bed now, night all.12:35
calamariEmsko: (I searched google for "ubuntu widescreen", some of the other results look promising too)12:35
leagrisbisquit, I am going for a reinstallation with 32bit dapper next week12:36
Emskocalamari, thank you12:36
odathey everyone12:36
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gnomefreakLexie: does that not work?12:36
iradhey gnomefreak12:36
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gnomefreakirad: ?12:36
irad0000:01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: nVidia Corporation NV11 [GeForce2 MX/MX 400]  (rev b2)12:36
odati got a friend of mine that just got dsl and he is running ubuntu and its not connectiing  i don't have really any experience with ubuntu and dsl  any suggestions?12:36
iradthat's my card12:36
leagrisHopefully Athlon64 run 32bits applications fine. The trouble is the way Linu xlinks libraries. Mixing 64bits with 32bits does not work well.12:36
gnomefreakirad: than install the 2 packages i said12:37
iradIf you have an older TNT, TNT2, TNT Ultra, GeForce1 or GeForce2 card:12:37
irad    *12:37
irad      nvidia-glx-legacy12:37
bimberi!tell odat about adsl12:37
gnomefreakirad: no need to paste it and please dont paste in here12:37
iraddo i need to install that one?12:37
iraddo i need to install that one or the other one?12:37
gnomefreakirad: sudo apt-get install nvidia-settings nvidia-glx12:37
frank23leagris: ubuntu 32bit should be fine. Having a athlon 64 is not a problem. How do you think Windows XP can run on it?12:37
mweodat: it should be easy to make it work with dhcp. the installer should auto configure the connection, usually12:37
iradwhy not nvidia-glx-legacy?12:38
iradi have geforce2 don't i?12:38
gnomefreakirad: your card doesnt need it12:38
iradoh right :P12:38
leagrisfrank23, I don't know for XP as I have now windows box since the last 5 years. I guess it work fine.12:39
frank23leagris: ok. at any rate athlon 64 cpus can run i386 stuff perfectly12:39
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leagrisfrank23, I started Suse Linu 5.2 in 1998, went to Mandrake for several years and jumped to ubuntu 8 monts ago12:40
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mwefrank23: amd64 works great with xp12:40
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esjwhat is the ubuntu equivalent to rs.local or rc.boot?12:41
bimberiesj: /etc/init.d/bootmisc.sh12:41
esjjust add to the end of that?12:41
mweesj: yeah12:41
Lexiei am stuck with step 2 of http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=136306&postcount=2 ; * Make a backup of "~/.xine/catalog.cache". After that edit it and12:41
Lexie find the following lines:12:41
bimberiesj: yes (but before the 'exit' line :) )12:41
esjHow can I protect my changes from upgrades overwriting it?12:41
WiFi_Warri0r!google ubuntu_security12:41
ubotuWiFi_Warri0r: Syntax error in line 1. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/12:41
Dyslexic_Doganyone else had problems trying to get gDesklets to launch with gnome startup?12:42
Dyslexic_DogI have it set in the session12:42
bimberiesj: apt/dpkg checks if you've modified it and will offer to keep your version12:42
IdleOne!tell WiFi_Warri0r about firestarter12:42
esjbimberi: I thought the exit line was incomplete.  Shouldn't it be stage left?12:42
Dyslexic_Dogbut it doesn't seem to work12:42
leagrisfrank23, know that. I hoped I could get some extra cpu cycles with 64bit Breezy. Thoug, the caveat of not properly beying able to mix 64bits with 32bits binaries tell me I shoud have gone to a full 32bit setup. I guess dadabase servers or any other heavy data manipulation application could have a signfiicant gain in going full 64bit. But for a desktop and gaming Ubuntu, 32bit is the way to go12:42
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bimberiesj: lol12:42
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WiFi_Warri0ridleone: thank you, i was looking for a firewall application12:42
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esjbimberi: thanks for the help12:42
gizmosupp ?12:42
bimberiesj: np :)12:42
CelesteI just installed  "kamera"  but when I type  "kamera" into the shell,  nothing happens (command not found)12:43
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frank23leagris: if you want all the silly stuff like flash and w32codecs and commercial games, 32bit is the way to go12:43
claytonDoes anyone program and have exsperence with python?12:43
WiFi_Warri0rIdleone: all it tells me about firestarter is that u can install it thru synaptic, unfortuanterly i dont know what synaptic is, where can i find info on cofniguriong and running firestarter? thank you for ur help!12:44
calamarignomefreak: okay, I have oo2 installed (repository, etc), but there is still no oo2 thesaurus package, afaik12:44
Seveasclayton, I eat python for breakfast, lunch and dinner ;)12:44
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Seveasclayton, #python may be of more help though12:44
leagrisfrank23, yes, I learned it the hard way :) Cant dispaly those funny .wmv9 .wmv10 videos my guild cameraman bring us.12:44
Dyslexic_DogWiFi_Warri0r, open a shell and run sudo apt-get install firestarter12:44
IdleOneWiFi_Warri0r, you are running ubuntu right?>12:44
WiFi_Warri0ryeh im running ubuntu12:44
claytonSeveas, check for my dialog window12:44
WiFi_Warri0rdyslexic_dog: ok thank you12:45
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gnomefreakcalamari: hold on a sec12:45
IdleOnewhat Dyslexic_Dog said :)12:45
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esjclayton: we are good here but not that good12:45
cjohnsonWhat packages do I need to install to get divx/xvid videos to play?12:45
bimberiImportError: No module named Seveas     :((12:45
Brett18i got a d-link dwl-g520 (just bought it). i ran the ubuntu live cd and tried to configure my wireless card and even it wouldn't work12:45
Dyslexic_DogWiFi_Warri0r, There's another one called gaurd dog but I haven't had a chance to install it yet12:45
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WiFi_Warri0rok i have firestarter installed, how do i configure it now??12:46
gnomefreakcalamari: heres what its called here openoffice.org-thesaurus-en-us yours might have a 2 in the name somewhere12:46
leagrisfrank23, I love to makes mistakes and play the hard rules. That's why I like Linux. Everithing doesn't work out of the box and I have to understand many things to make it sometimes work as expected ;D12:46
Brett18i entered my wep key several times. re-activated it over and over12:46
WiFi_Warri0ri need to allow certain ports to accept connections and i need to block others...12:46
iradgnomefreak, look what i've done:12:46
WiFi_Warri0rwhat do i do to configure it?12:46
iradirad@irad:~$ sudo nvidia-glx-config enable12:46
iradError: your X configuration has been altered.12:46
iradi don't think it's good12:46
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Dyslexic_DogWiFi_Warri0r, check your applications system tools12:47
Seveas>>> import seveas12:47
s|khow do I kill a process?12:47
Seveas>>> seveas.rocks12:47
gnomefreakirad: what else does it say12:47
s|kI want to kill firefox12:47
esjslk man kill12:47
iradhis script cannot proceed automatically. If you believe that this12:47
iradnot correct, you can update the md5sum entry executing the following12:47
calamarignomefreak: yeah if I try to use that package, it wants to remove oo212:47
kbrooks>>> import kbrooks12:47
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kbrooks>>> kbrooks.projects12:47
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WiFi_Warri0rapplications systems tools? what do u mean by that?12:47
esjslk: ps aux | grep fire to get the process ID12:47
Seveas[] 12:47
kbrooks["EasyUbuntu"] 12:47
gnomefreakirad: you also need to change the driver xorg is using12:47
erUSULirad, do not paste text please use pastebin12:47
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alex__i installed the nvidia drivers via the wiki, it said that my x config was altered12:48
kbrooksSeveas, i'm in EasyUbuntu :)12:48
alex__how do i restore it12:48
s|kesj: thanks12:48
gnomefreakcalamari: is it replacing anything with it?12:48
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kbrooksSeveas, yes?12:48
iradgnomefreak, how do i do that? the howto doesn't say anything about it12:48
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esjslk: np12:48
SeveasError: infinite list12:48
_jasonSeveas: pastebin please12:48
Dyslexic_Dogwell shiza gaurddog is for kde12:48
gnomefreakcalamari: and if its OOo1 than yes it will remove OOo212:48
Jimmey__alex__, maybe...sudo dpkg --reconfigure -xserver-xorg12:48
kbrooksSeveas, heh12:48
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gnomefreakirad: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg12:49
NeloHello, I am running dapper and cannot connect to a windows share via samba.  Any ideas what I need to do?12:49
Dyslexic_Dogalex__, check /etc/X11 directory12:49
kbrooksSeveas, [...] 12:49
Jimmey__Yeah, lol that.12:49
alex__i'm doing the glxgears command but i don't get a fps count12:49
_jasonNelo: #ubuntu+1 for dapper please12:49
ubotuTo display the FPS type "glxgears -iacknowledgethatthistoolisnotabenchmark"12:49
Nelojason thanks12:49
calamarignomefreak: yeah, it's an oo1 theusaurus package.. I guess there just isn't one for oo212:49
gnomefreakalex__: glxgears --printfps12:49
kbrooks>>> import kbrooks12:49
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kbrooks>>> kbrooks.name12:49
gnomefreakcalamari: there should be12:49
kbrooks"Kyle Brooks"12:49
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Seveaskbrooks, we should move this to -offtopic 12:50
gnomefreakcalamari: as i said before when you use apt-cache search make sure you use openoffice.org212:50
Dyslexic_Dogalex__, there should be a woo! 321 fps12:50
Dyslexic_Dogalex__,  my bad that was a goof12:50
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alex__20945 frames in 5.0 seconds = 4188.871 FPS12:50
alex__is that good?12:50
gnomefreakalex__: very12:50
Seveasalex__, good enough12:50
alex__ok thanks.12:50
alex__now gamma problems12:50
alex__my screen is really dark12:51
gnomefreakim at around 2000 :(12:51
Dyslexic_Doghehehe I'm on a 3 yo laptop12:51
calamarignomefreak: yeah I know, there isn't any such package, at least not here12:51
gnomefreakSeveas: are you on breezy or dapper atm?12:51
Dyslexic_Dogalex__,  did you adjust your monitor brightness?12:51
alex__on the monitor's control pannel? or in linux12:51
Seveasgnomefreak, dapper12:52
Dyslexic_Dogalex__,  I'm on ati so I'm not really much help but you should also check the administration area of gnome12:52
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gnomefreakok let me see if i can go to the server and see brb12:52
JackRazzhas anyone tried ubuntu by installing it has a host under VmWare?12:52
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Dyslexic_Doganyone running gnome 2.1412:52
calamariJackRazz: probably12:52
gnomefreakDyslexic_Dog: dapper only12:52
alex__is there surpose to be a "system try" in linux?12:52
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alex__i think i deleted it by accedent12:53
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calamarialex__: did you mean 'system tray'?12:53
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erUSULalex__, notification area12:54
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sandraI need to open port 110 and 25 for an extension that check yahoo mail in thunderbird. How do I do that?12:54
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erUSULalex__, right clic in the panel> add to panel12:54
Servo888Question... How well does ubuntu support multimedia stuff; mostly mythtv.12:54
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gnomefreakcalamari: it looks like that repo doesnt have one and im not using breezy so i cant check :(12:54
calamarialex__: if so, you can get it back easily by right clicking the panel (task bar in Windows terms), Add To Panel, Notification area12:55
IdleOnesandra, thats done in your router you need to forward the ports. check your router website for help on that12:55
calamarignomefreak: oic, thanks12:55
erUSULsandra, AFAIK you do not need to do that if you are the client12:55
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Servo888I want to overhaul my gentoo mythtv box, over to ubuntu. Mostly because I don't have enough horse power to keep it updated with emerge.12:55
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iradMy screen size is: '1024 x 768', so why does it looks like my items are so big, and everything is big?12:55
sandrabut it works in windows and the extension says that it may be blocked by the OS12:55
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calamariirad: do ctrl +/- help ?12:56
calamariirad: (keypad +/-)12:56
gnomefreakirad: thats a very big res (mines set on that)12:56
iradi want it smaller12:57
iradsmaller than that12:57
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gnomefreakirad: system>prefferences>screen resolution12:57
iradmine is 17"12:57
frank23calamari: what? you must be blind ;)12:57
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calamarifrank23: nah, I'm just used to having chars the size of the old console chars12:57
iradgnomefreak, i am kde freak :P12:58
gnomefreakirad: look for system settings12:58
Jimmey__Gnome 'pwnz' * runs to hide *12:58
gnomefreakit should be in display settings12:58
iradi don't have smaller than 1024x78612:58
ubotuPlease read http://wiki.ubuntu.com/FixVideoResolutionHowto12:58
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gnomefreakirad: if your card or moniter will use a higher one that will help12:59
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iradif my computer will use a better linux-person it would be great..12:59
iradbut it's me so... :P12:59
seliniumOK all I am compiling celestia... I get an error configure: error: zlib not found  but i have the zlib1g-dev installed. What next?01:00
rmbellim trying to install ubuntu on an old box, but it keeps stopping at "RAMDISK: compressed image found at block 0"01:00
gnomefreakselinium: did that lib install zlib1g by chance?01:00
gnomefreakselinium: i would see what apt-cache search zlib comes up with and see if its installed01:01
seliniumgnomefreak, I have... but only the dev level. one mo...01:01
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delireirad: gnome is a bit of a shrink for those that are tweakers ;)01:03
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iradwhat does this means?01:03
wsjuniorhello guys. i'm trying to get xgl working on my brezzy. i'm getting a black screen when run thefuture file. does anybody knows anything about it?01:03
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delireirad: "< irad> gnomefreak, i am kde freak :P" how are you finding gnome?01:04
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iradoh.. i just prefer kde on gnome..01:04
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iradthat's all01:05
odatstill no joy with the dsl connection on ubuntu01:05
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Sergi0odat what doesnt work?01:05
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IdleOnexfcefreak, that nick dont fit01:06
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noiesmohey all I just started my system this morning and my resolutions at 640 x 480 i'm running xgl but last night it was fine any ideas??01:07
gnomefreakthat didnt work as well as hoped brb01:07
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noiesmowas at 1152x86401:07
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odatSergi0, i don't have or can't get a connection01:08
ds[de] noiesmo; did you try just changing it back?01:08
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seliniumgnomefreak, I am not sure where to go, i am just slowly installing all zlib type packages, is there not a way of finding out which one to use?01:08
Sergi0odat what kind connection u have? and is your network device working?01:08
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rem_just a question..what happens if I kill xorg ...? gnome will exit ?01:08
odatSergi0, dsl  a friend just got it and can't get online01:08
ghostywhats another text editor in ubuntu other than vi ?01:08
Sergi0rem_: yes01:09
ds[de] ghosty; gedit01:09
rem_vim  :)01:09
ds[de] ghosty; nano01:09
kingspawnghosty: emacs!01:09
rem_k thx01:09
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ghostyi could not think of the name01:09
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noiesmods[de] , cannot change thru kcontrol01:09
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Sergi0rem_: is your network device working?01:10
Emskohow do you restart gnome?01:10
Sergi0odat: is your network device working?01:10
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ds[de] Emsko; ctrl + alt + backspace I think01:10
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_jasonEmsko: log out and log back in for just gnome01:10
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odatSergi0, well when i start up it doesn't hang or anything however my internet connection light isn't working01:10
odaton the modem01:11
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seliniumhttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/11185 is the problem I am having with Celestia...01:11
hikenboothello all---I have been taught about the script program for recording terminal sessons...I would like to know if there is a program that takes and interleaves according to time issued every command entered into different terminal sessions on a host? Anyone know of such a program?01:11
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Sergi0odat: in console type 'ifconfig' what do you see01:11
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StFSok, for some idiotic reason I decided to try to install zeroconf on my kubuntu laptop and now I can't start it up, the boot sequence hangs on "configuring network interfaces"01:12
[Nige] I did an apt-get dist-ugprade to dapper, it worked well xcpt for x dying on me now01:13
[Nige] :(01:13
Nethsomeone registered my nick01:13
[Nige] anyone know if or when this will be fixed?01:13
StFSso how do I boot it up without network?01:13
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rem_what does "cpu id 97%" in top mean ?01:13
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delirehikenboot: i would love something like this myself.. a 'history merger' for $HISTORY across all virtual consoles and consoles alike.01:13
rem_it was 97% waste i killed xorg and now its in id and its faster ...01:13
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binbraincan anybody give me a hand autofs in dapper01:14
delirehikenboot: for some years i have wished for it, but then again, done nothing about it ;)01:14
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odatSergi0, i get an output when trying that command01:14
Joe_Dirtis there a browser i can use on ubuntu that allows me to download macromedia shockwave?01:14
ubotuDapper Drake will be the next release of Ubuntu - due June 1 (see: http://tinyurl.com/qyrkq). Join channel #ubuntu+1 for discussion :)01:14
rem_didnt see anything in "man" about it ..01:14
binbraini want to mount my usb stick on boot, but i can't get it to work01:14
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iradnow my screen refresh rate turned into 60Hz01:14
rem_what does "cpu id 97%" in top mean ?01:14
StFSanyone? boot without network?01:14
binbrainit works perfectly when i have gnome running01:14
iradbut guess what, my resolution is great01:14
binbrainbut i need it to mount before that01:14
iradwhat should i do now?01:14
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hikenbootk3y l0gger01:14
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ubotuHelp! lilo, fabbione, lamont, Keybuk, jdub, mdz, Amaranth, tritium, ajmitch, crimsun, ogra, CarlK, Seveas, Burgundavia, apokryphos, thoreauputic, nalioth, Madpilot, ompaul, rob or Hobbsee01:15
Sergi0odat: is there execpt the 'lo' interface another listed?01:15
SeveasIdleOne, ?01:15
IdleOnehikenboot, above !ops01:15
xfcefreaklol @ hes not very good at using the exploiit01:15
delireout of interest, will Dapper have an easily accesible option for using XGL?01:15
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IdleOneno he isnt but deserve then ban anyway01:16
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jsmidtDoes anybody know what this error is: usr/local/lib -L../lib -lforms -ljpeg -ltiff -lc01:16
jsmidt/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -ltiff01:16
jsmidtcollect2: ld returned 1 exit status01:16
jsmidtmake[1] : *** [libflimage.so.1.0]  Error 101:16
jsmidtmake[1] : Leaving directory `/home/jsmidt/xforms-1.0/image'01:16
mooeydoes anyone know which package provides glib-gettext.m4 ?01:16
jsmidtmake: *** [install]  Error 201:16
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iradhelp my eyees, i can't hold the screen over 60hz anymore01:16
SeveasNO PASTING01:16
odatSergi0, not sure what you mean i am actually on the phone with the person who is having the problem01:16
xfcefreakjsmidt: dont paste in here please use pastebin01:16
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delirei'd like to see an XGL system audit across lspci through to running drivers to provide the interested user with an it-will-or-won't-run output.01:16
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zcat[1] Umm.. please don't shoot me but when's dapper being released?01:17
ubotuDapper Drake will be the next release of Ubuntu - due June 1 (see: http://tinyurl.com/qyrkq). Join channel #ubuntu+1 for discussion :)01:17
delirejsmidt: apt-cache search libtiff and then install libtiff-$version01:17
noiesmohmm thats wierd I just killed compiz and gnome-window-decorator and it went to correct resolution then I restarted compiz etx and its all good01:17
zcat[1] thanks!01:17
Sergi0odat: hmm, im not sure this will work01:17
naliothIdleOne: what is the matter with hikenboot ?01:17
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IdleOnehe tried the key looger exploit01:18
zcat[1] running flight4 + metascape? compiz packages lots of updates now.. compiz kicks ass!!01:18
pokerfacehey i was her yesterday01:19
odatSergi0, he is not getting the internet light to flash on the modem even01:19
pokerfaceand im still looking for help01:19
naliothIdleOne: when he learns to spell, Ubugtu will ban and remove him01:19
xfcefreakzcat[1] : why does it matter when dapper is released if your using it? and please talk about dapper in #ubuntu+101:19
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Sergi0odat: isnt just the internet down then? did he have internet before on linux?01:19
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IdleOnenalioth, like I just told Seveas he is currently trying to figure out why his leet skills didnt work and soon as he does he will try it again but you guys are the ops :)01:20
hikenbootwhat are you talking about nalioth?01:20
zimmzI suspect he knew quite well "k3y l0gger" wouldn't work ;)01:20
zcat[1] matters 'cos I know people who don't want to run flights and are waiting for the final version.. didn't realise there was another channel for it though.01:20
iradhow to i higher my monitor refresh rate? it's on 60hz now and i can't do anything from the screen settings01:20
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iradcan't higher it from the screen settings01:21
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pokerfacei need help with bittornado!01:21
noiesmopokerface, whats your Q01:21
hikenbootwhat are you all talking about i was just relaying what was told me in #fedora about a utility to consolidate the history from multiple console sessions!01:21
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IdleOnezimmz, last I checked attempted murder was a crime also01:21
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rem_ok id stands for idle in top ...so running fine now .. :)01:22
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pokerfaceim trying to configure bittornado ports01:22
alex_DOes anyone know how to increase the gamma ??? I have an NVIDIA based card and my screen is reallly dark.01:22
naliothhikenboot: exploit users get k-lined. doing what others tell you to do, sometimes will get you into trouble.01:22
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pokerfacebut im using the text mode01:22
noiesmoalex_, I think you can install nvidia-settings01:22
hikenbootwhat do you mean exploit exploit what ?01:22
hikenbootsorry i dont understand01:22
pokerfacedont have gui installed at the moment01:22
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noiesmopokerface, I use gui mode sorry but do man bittornado01:23
zimmzas a private security consultant, I'd have to question if hikenboot is actually here to hack a gibson01:23
pokerfacei did and it didnt work01:23
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IdleOneif ignorance is bliss hikenboot is in heaven :)01:23
noiesmobittornardo --help01:23
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pokerfacei ned to save the options01:24
hikenbootso your saying key ...isnt for doing what I wanted to do?01:24
pokerfacebut maybe there is a file i could use?01:24
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naliothpokerface: http://www.dessent.net/btfaq/cmdline.shtml01:24
mcquaidpokerface, try transmission for a lite gtk2 bt client01:24
mcquaidnot in repos though, you'd have to compile it01:24
naliothmcquaid: he doesn't have a gui01:24
mcquaidnm :)01:24
pokerfacei have 2 computers01:24
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pokerfaceone is linux and the other is windows01:25
pokerfaceill search on my windows01:25
naliothpokerface: the URL i posted to you will be quite helpful01:25
noiesmonalioth, hell yeah01:25
Joe_Dirti want shockwave for linux someone for the love of god help me01:25
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delireJoe_Dirt: no shockwave for Linux01:26
noiesmoJoe_Dirt, Dont think shockwave do linux01:26
pokerfaceyea i saw those commands before but it doesnt seem to save them because after i type netstat and i dont see bt using the port/s that i opened01:26
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naliothpokerface: put then in your startup alias for it01:26
pokerfacehow u do that?01:27
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naliothpokerface: do you write shell scripts?01:27
iradyay finally everything is good01:27
delireJoe_Dirt: you may be able to run it in a wrapper, like wine. i have run IE on linux from time to time out of necessity and this runs shockwave.01:27
Joe_Dirtdelire: can you possibly fathom WHY shockwave isnt for linux? cause thats gay01:27
alex_ok thanks my gamma works.01:27
alex_thanks for the help guys, all of you!01:28
pokerfacei have ubuntu server mode installed01:28
Joe_Dirtdelire well i cant even download it cause it port scans me and sees ubuntu01:28
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naliothpokerface: join me in #ubuntu-offtopic please01:28
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delireJoe_Dirt: Linux is a server and run-the-world OS primarily, and it only coming out of the closet as a desktop OS.01:29
pokerfacebrb dinner01:29
Joe_Dirtif its coming out of the closet...its gay01:30
eth0-noobdoes anyone know how much information will be lost if i overburned a 702mb file to a 700 mb disk?01:30
Joe_Dirtits awesome for most things then it screws up little things like this01:30
delireJoe_Dirt: ironically Linux is the biggest player in the feature-film and 3D industries these days, a very high-profile artist's OS, but sadly not low-profile enough for Macromedia/Adobe to be interested in.01:30
eth0-noobmost people also use linux for servers01:31
Joe_Dirtwell macromedia is run by noobs anyway so pfft01:31
delireJoe_Dirt: as the feature-film industry is big-business, and they do use Adobe products, it's likely we'll see Adobe roll out products like Flash and whatever for Linux in the coming years.01:31
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Joe_Dirti'm just waiting for home edition01:32
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delireJoe_Dirt: myself, i hate being forced to download binaries to view websites. i only look at flash if it's 'art' - god bless flashblock.01:32
alex_how do i navigate to my xmms skins directory?01:32
FlannelKingand like all the rest of adobe products, it'll be bloated and slow.01:32
Joe_Dirtwell on a simpler topic can i get cokestudios to run on linux?01:32
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delireFlannelKing: very true.01:32
delireJoe_Dirt: when it comes to win32 warez i can't help you as it's been far too many years since i've touched windows.01:33
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delireJoe_Dirt: look for that application at codeweavers.com01:35
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eth0-noobbye everyone01:35
maskdexcellent, just found out flight 6 is available for download01:36
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maskdi've been using a daily build and its been having some trouble01:36
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bigmoecan some help me i have internet through network cable i can ping myself but i cant ping gateway nor proxy01:36
gnomefreakmaskd: please join #ubuntu+1 for dapper related questions01:36
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bigmoecan someone tell me what the problem might be01:36
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kcbannerHello all01:37
maskdbigmoe: are you using dhcp to get your internet address?01:37
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kcbannerCould someone explain how to set up my own Ubuntu Mirror?01:37
bigmoemaskd: no01:37
maskdinternet = network*01:37
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arrick__jason what is the ghost command again, I got bumped by poweroutage and now my name is still logged in01:37
alex_do firefox memory leaks happen in Linux?01:38
alex_like in WIndows01:38
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alex_because firefox 1.5 ALWAYS Leaks01:38
_jasonarrick_: /msg nickserv help ghost01:38
ubotuhmm... ghost is type /msg nickserv GHOST <name> <password>01:38
alex_and im tired of it01:38
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alex_anyone else experiance leaks?01:38
kcbanneryeah get the official mozilla.org version alex01:38
kcbannertheres something on the wiki about ikt01:38
maskdalex_: i haven't experienced any leaks on ubuntu yet01:38
maskdhaven't gone over 300mb of memory used01:38
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alex_how do i see opened programs?01:39
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alex_(ctrl alt del in windows)01:39
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Sergi0alex_: thanks for the tip :P01:39
_jasonalex_: applications menu > system tools > system monitor01:39
maskdSystem > Administration > System Monitor01:39
Sergi0alex_: in terminal 'ps -ax'01:39
maskdbeaten to it... damn cold fingers lol01:39
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alex_no shortcut?01:39
alex_i remember in drapper ctrl alt delete worked01:40
_jasonalex_: you can make one01:40
rekrutacjahi all i used easyubuntu to replace deafult icon for firefox with original one. now there is a nice firefox icon in a menu, but when i run a program there is no icon at all on the gnome bottom panel01:40
_jasonubotu: tell alex_ about shortcut01:40
bigmoemaskd: could you know what the probel might be??01:40
WiFi_Warri0rybotu: tell wifi_warrior about shortcut01:40
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WiFi_Warri0ruotu: tell wifi_warrior about shortcut01:40
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_jasonWiFi_Warri0r: /msg ubotu shortcut01:41
WiFi_Warri0ruboto: tell wifi_warrior about shortcuts01:41
WiFi_Warri0rthnx jason01:41
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gverigIs there a way to connect to beta distribution of ubuntu (just upgrade through apt-get)?01:42
maskdbigmoe: are you pinging through terminal or gnome network tools?01:42
gverigOr is ISO the only way?01:42
_jasonubotu: tell gverig about upgrade01:42
_jasongverig: you can use the upgrader tool or follow the same directions as upgrading to breezy through apt except use dapper instead of breezy of course01:43
WiFi_Warri0r93% of nero downloaded01:43
bigmoemaskd: but the thing is i have 2 net cards one is on access point and one is on the network01:43
WiFi_Warri0ri hate having to download programs to burn dvd's01:43
gverig_jason: thankyoutankyouthankyouthankyou :)01:43
bigmoemaskd: internet01:43
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alex_so far ubuntu is great, i used suse before (last summer)01:44
WiFi_Warri0ranyone have any advice on a good program to burn movie files to dvd??01:44
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WiFi_Warri0r.avi .bin .iso etc. etc.01:44
alex_the only thing i'm worried about is web development01:44
binbrainusbmount is giving me an error in syslog, cannot execute sbin vol_id01:44
delireWiFi_Warri0r: with a dvd filesystem so you can put it in a DVD player?01:44
WiFi_Warri0ralex: i agree01:44
maskdbigmoe: so your comptuer is acting like a router?01:44
delireWiFi_Warri0r: of just a data DVD..01:44
binbrainthe vol_id package isn't in sbin01:44
WiFi_Warri0rdelire: yes01:44
binbrainwhat installs it01:44
IdleOneWiFi_Warri0r, gnomebaker , k3b , ......01:44
WiFi_Warri0rso i can put it in dvd player01:44
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maskdbigmoe: or switch01:44
bigmoeyes i want to use firestarter01:44
WiFi_Warri0ridleone: ty01:44
WiFi_Warri0rbigmoe: me too, but i cant find it01:45
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bigmoeapt-get install firestarter01:45
bigmoeto get it01:45
delireWiFi_Warri0r: check out dvdauthor..01:45
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WaterBottlewhen i mount a hard drive i have issues in viewing it as a non-root user, how can i resolve this issue?01:46
delireWiFi_Warri0r: it's a bit basic but works. apparently there are others.01:46
concept10alex_, what part of web development are you worried about (curious)01:46
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bigmoeit was working fine on winbox but on ubuntu i cant ping neither the isp nor the access point01:46
maskdbigmoe: are you sure your using the right network card when pinging01:46
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alex_concept10, i write PHP/MYSQL stuff01:47
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alex_also any good FTP Programs?01:47
concept10alex_, I don't see how ubuntu will affect that01:47
binbrainanybody know what package installs sbin vol_id01:47
WiFi_Warri0rdelire: thnx, can u tell me where i can find firestarter after ive apt-0get'd it, i cant find it on X, and i need to configure it01:47
bigmoeyea i have tried disabeling the 2nd01:47
bigmoeand eventhough it wont work01:47
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bigmoei cant even ping anyone on the network??01:49
alex_and for azureus, it needs java right.01:49
alex_can i download both from ubuntu or do i do it manualy01:49
alex_i searched for azureus and nothing came up.01:49
pokerfacehey how do i see what ports are being used?01:50
bigmoealex_: why do u need azureus01:50
arrickHow do I know if Wine installed correctly and how do i start it?01:50
alex_any other programs then big moe?01:50
bigmoebit torrent clients or what01:50
alex_bit torrent clients.01:51
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alex_somthing lightweight like utorrent would be nice01:51
WaterBottlewhy cant i write to a mounted NTFS drive?01:51
Amaranthbecause NTFS is read-only01:51
bigmoetry on the terminal btdownloadcures and the name of the file and u can resume it01:52
Amaranthblame microsoft01:52
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WaterBottleis there anyway around this?01:52
YukiCussWaterBottle, no NTFS write support01:52
concept10WaterBottle, use FAT32 to share betweenx windows and linux01:52
bigmoethere are a soft called fuse01:53
bigmoeu can use to write on ntfs file systems01:53
jackepcgood trackers for linux?   cheesetracker, skaletracker, soundtracker, ....... ?01:53
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YukiCussjackepc, cheesetracker works.01:53
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arrickwaterbottle, it is not advisable to write to a ntfs partition from ubuntu01:53
jackepci have a problem, :(01:54
arrickvery bad WaterBottle01:54
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YukiCussjackepc, or soundtracker, or shaketracker.01:54
jackepccheesetracker dont work in my ubuntu01:54
WaterBottlek thanks guys...01:54
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jackepcshaketracker, i go to download :)01:54
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YukiCussjackepc, sudo apt-get install shaketracker01:54
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arrickIs there any way to play command and conquer Renegade in ubuntu?01:54
maskdWaterBottle: you can install a driver for windows so that it is able to read ext2/3 filesystems01:55
Yorakhey guys, I'm new to linux, and the only reason I haven't been sticking with it is because I can't figure out how to install stuff01:55
_jasonubotu: tell Yorak about synaptic01:55
YorakI was trying to download Gaim extended preferences, but it said make wasn't a command01:55
_jasonYorak: very easy, just take a look at the link in your private messages from ubotu01:55
Amaranthbigmoe: That's not what FUSE does.01:55
gnomefreakYorak: system>admin>synaptic package manager01:56
_jasonYorak: you will see that gaim-extendedprefs is available through synaptic01:56
_jason!info gaim-extendedprefs01:56
ubotugaim-extendedprefs: (extended preferences plugin for the instant messenger gaim), section universe/net, is optional. Version: 0.4-6 (breezy), Packaged size: 9 kB, Installed size: 64 kB01:56
Amaranthbigmoe: FUSE lets you treat the FTP connection to your website like a regular filesystem01:56
_jasonYorak: (provided you have enabled universe)  do you know how to do that?01:56
ubotuAmaranth: Wish I knew. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/01:56
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 !easysource01:56
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bigmoeAmaranth: search for fuse project for linux on google and u'll see01:56
tkupis anyone using minicom or kermit for cisco console access?01:57
WaterBottlemaskd: hehe, thanks but I was hoping for something that would work the other way around.  I have 240 gbs of ntfs goodness that i need linux to work with :(01:57
tkupI just don't get any connection01:57
Yorakguys I tried synaptic, but I'm not sure exactly what to open with it, the tar file or the extracted folder? it won't let me just open a folder though, it wants a specific file01:57
riddleboxwow just found easyubuntu what a wonderful tool01:58
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arrickjackepc, whats your problem, you can just ask questions here01:58
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arrickHow do I start wine?01:59
Yorakright click the app that runs on wine and open with wine01:59
BlueHeronor type wine in a terminal01:59
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Alexi5can oracle be installed on ubuntu02:00
WaterBottleubuntu live is AWESOME!02:00
WiFi_Warri0rubuntu is AWESOME02:00
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arrickWaterBottle, no install it on your box02:00
arricknow that is02:00
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arrickwhatup WiFi_Warri0r, good evening02:01
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WiFi_Warri0rty arrick, im good, just got a new dvd burner02:01
WiFi_Warri0rtryin to configure firestarter but i cant find it02:02
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fulldwhat package contains latex tex pdflatex...?02:03
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tritiumfulld: tetex02:03
FunnyLookinHatSo uh, has anyone else visited slashdot recently???02:03
jackepcarrick jackepc, whats your problem, you can just ask questions here02:03
fulldcoll thanks02:04
ubotuUbuntu has, like every other linux distribution, firewalling built into the kernel. A simple frontend to this firewall is firestarter, which can be installed via synaptic.02:04
WiFi_Warri0rfunnylookinhat: every day02:04
jackepcsorry, i dont speak english02:04
tritiumfulld: tetem-base, tetex-bin02:04
FunnyLookinHatWiFi_Warri0r, have you seen it in the last 5 minutes I mean... it02:04
FunnyLookinHatit's all...  pink.02:04
jlduggerive got a dvd burner, but my normal user doesn't appear to have privledges to access the drive -- is there a particular group im not in that i need?02:04
arricklanguage, what do you speak?02:04
jackepcmy problem is that /dev/dsp  is an use02:04
WiFi_Warri0rhmm. gonna have to look!!!02:04
FunnyLookinHatEither Cmdrtaco's girlfriend themed it for the day or someone hax0red it!02:04
ds[de] FunnyLookinHat; lol you're right ;)02:04
alex_when drapper comes out02:04
alex_will i have to re-install ubunjtu02:04
alex_or upgrade02:04
deliredrapper, the drapey drape02:05
tritiumalex_: please write in complete sentences on one line02:05
alex_is there a way to ge XGL working?02:05
ubotuXGL on Ubuntu: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/XglHowto - Join #ubuntu-xgl for all the XGL fun on Ubuntu systems. It works ONLY on dapper. Pretty videos on http://www.novell.com/linux/xglrelease/02:05
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alex_it's impossible to get it working on the offical version?02:05
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YorakAnybody that has installed Gaim extended preferences plugin, please message me?02:05
bigmoei have got  Interrupt:6 Base address:0xe800 on ifconfig eth002:06
YorakOr anybody that will teach me how...I don't know what file to open in Synaptic.02:06
ubotuI guess synaptic is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SynapticHowto02:06
bigmoeanyone know what is the problem02:06
arrickjackepc, 'gedit etc/fstab and copy it to the pastein02:06
arrickpastebin jackepc02:06
_jasonYorak: have you enabled universe?02:06
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arrickhowohow do I use wine, besides drinking it guys?02:07
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truz24where is the page that shows you how to properly upgrade from flight5 to flight6?02:07
ubotuflight5 is, like, http://www.ubuntu.com/testing02:08
ubotuarrick: Huh? Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/02:08
truz24flight6 was released today02:08
tritiumtruz24: nothing special is needed to update between flights.  just apt-get update && apt-get upgrade02:08
tritium(sometimes an apt-get dist-upgrade is needed)02:08
tritiumtruz24: the repos don't change, so it's that easy02:09
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YorakHow do you add something to Synaptic?02:09
arrickhowohow do I use wine, besides drinking it guys?02:09
alex_my brother wants to know if there is good software for backing up dvds in linux02:09
alex_i'm going to get him to switch too :P02:09
truz24so the dist-upgrade is if the repos change?02:09
Bog_what command can I run in mu shell account that would add all the files to a zip?02:09
nickrudarrick, cooking?02:09
arricknope, trying to get wine to work for me,02:10
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arrickon here02:10
truz24alex_, try k3b to copy the dvds02:10
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tritiumtruz24: no02:10
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arrickI want to try out and see if my printer will setup with it02:10
jldugger_ive got a dvd burner, but my normal user doesn't appear to have privledges to access the drive -- is there a particular group im not in that i need?02:10
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arrickjldugger you can change persmissions in fstab02:11
tritiumarrick: which printer?  It should also work on ubuntu (with cups)02:11
jldugger_for a burner?02:11
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arrickno it wont tritium, its not supported with no driver, so i want to see if wine might trick it02:11
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jldugger_arrick, fstab is for disks, not removable media02:12
nickrudjldugger, my system requires a user to be a member of cdrom group02:12
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ds[de] jldugger; you can change permission for anything that's being mounted in /etc/fstab02:12
jldugger_actually, maybe not02:12
Bog_what command can I run from my shell account to backup all the files and subfolder in a certain directory?02:12
ds[de] jldugger; so even your dvd/cd-burner02:12
Bog_to a zip file02:12
arrickjldugger, I had to change mine to burn02:12
jldugger_i totally skipped my other cd drive02:12
T0X1Chow do i get keyboard commadns to work with XMMS?02:12
tritiumarrick: which printer?02:12
SeveasBog_, tar zcvf filename.tar.gz /path/to/folder02:12
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arrickLexmark X6170 USB tritium02:13
Bog_sev: thanks02:13
arrickI'm trying to get out of writing a driver here02:13
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jldugger_well, i didnt set a mountpoint in fstab but something automatically mounted it in /media/cdburner02:13
arrickevening Installer3602:13
Bog_sev: that keeps the original files untouched?02:13
arrickjldugger, thats plugnpray for you02:13
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arrickjldugger, do yu want everyone to have access or just you?02:14
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jldugger_optimally, the person who's sitting at the computer would be given access to it02:16
dtsDoes anyone know which folders in the filesystem need write access during normal system operation?02:16
arrickwhat does the line look like in fstab for the new burner?02:17
arrickpaste the one line please02:17
Installer36Sevas> when I log in I usually get a message about IDENTIFY < password>......I have already registered...any help would be great..02:17
alex_is there a way to fix it so my soundcard can be used then more then one application?02:17
crimsunalex_: it does already.02:17
alex_cause somtimes i get the error that ican't use it02:17
alex_cause it's being used by another application or somthing.02:17
crimsunalex_: when do you get those errors?02:17
ic56dts: off the cuff: /var /tmp /usr/tmp /home02:17
arrickInstaller36, I saved my password and i still have to identify every time, it says wrong password, so I fix it and it does it again02:18
alex_when i try to play a song in XMMS02:18
crimsunalex_: tell xmms to use the alsa output plugin02:18
jldugger_the one i just wrote says "/dev/hdd/media/cdburner udf,iso9660, ro,user,noauto  0    0"02:18
Installer36Okay thanks02:18
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YorakHas anyone installed something with Synaptic?02:18
dtsic56, cuff meaning top of your head ;-)?02:18
alex_ok thanks02:18
_jasonYorak: yes.  Have you enabled universe?02:18
alex_when is the new ubuntu coming out?02:19
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jldugger_arrick, "/dev/hdd/media/cdburner udf,iso9660, ro,user,noauto  0    0"02:19
ic56msg dts nevertheless it's a reasonable list.02:19
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_jasonYorak: search for gaim.  A package called ``gaim-extendedprefs'' will appear.  right click on it, install, then press apply at the top02:19
arrickchange it to this '/dev/hdd /media/cdburner udf,iso9660, ro,user,auto  0     0' and then sudo umount /dev/hdd && mount /dev/hdd02:20
alex_i wan't to install JAVA02:20
alex_which installer do i use?02:20
_jasonubotu: tell alex_ about java02:20
ubotuTo install Java/Sun Java see Java on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats and also see !javadebs02:20
jldugger_oh, noauto02:21
ic56dts: you'll have ensure /var and /home are separate filesystems.  /tmp can be02:21
arrickno auto means you have to manually start cd's02:21
Yorak_jason: The repository?02:21
ic56dts: symlinked to /var/tmp .  And now that I checked, /usr/tmp doesn't exist anymore so that's not a problem02:21
arrickevening ic5602:22
_jasonYorak: yes, if you have enabled the universe repository, what I said last should work for you02:22
duelbootcrimsun, I installed what you told me...I'm trying to get bestcrypt to load...it appears to load, but when I type any bc copmmand I get "Kernel modules not loaded"... any ideas?  I tried modprobe and get "FATAL: Error inserting bc (/lib/modules/2.6.12-10-386/kernel/drivers/block/bc.ko): Operation not permitted"02:22
jldugger_arrick, i think actually theres a way to make the new hal software handle that all02:22
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alex_" Package j2re1.4 is not available "02:22
hrtphow come when i try to install 'alien', i always get this msg:02:22
hrtpDo you want to continue [Y/n] ? y02:22
hrtpMedia change: please insert the disc labeled02:22
hrtp 'Ubuntu 5.10 _Breezy Badger_ - Release i386 (20051012)'02:22
hrtpin the drive '/cdrom/' and press enter02:22
crimsunduelboot: ``sudo modprobe bc'' ?02:22
nickrud!tell alex_ about repos02:22
jldugger_arrick, because my cd burner has noauto and gnome comes up with it.02:22
nickrudalex_, you need to enable multiverse, see the msg from ubotu02:22
arrickhrtp use pastebin for longer than 4 lines and dont hit enter so much02:23
_jasonhrtp: because you have the cd in your /etc/apt/sources.list , use synaptic to disable it if you want02:23
Yorak_jason: Yes, I have that repository. But that package doesn't appear in there.02:23
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duelbootcrimsun yes...it gives me a different error:  FATAL: Error inserting bc (/lib/modules/2.6.12-10-386/kernel/drivers/block/bc.ko): Invalid module format02:23
WiFi_Warri0rwhat do i need to do to use a webcam from across the network??02:23
arrickjldugger, ok02:23
_jasonYorak: can you do this in a terminal 'gedit /etc/apt/sources.list' and copy and paste the contents to http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/ , then give me a url?02:23
dtshow big should i make /var02:23
hrtpi tried synaptic, it says the same thing02:24
nickrudhrtp, you need to edit /etc/apt/sources.list, and comment out the cdrom line (put a # at the beginning)02:24
_jasonhrtp: I didn't say try synaptic, i said use synaptic to disable it :)02:24
ic56dts: give it a gig.  apt-get caches all the packages it downloads in there so it needs to be big.02:24
hrtpill try02:24
jldugger_arrick, actually, its called "pmount". check it out02:24
dtsic56, probably same for tmp also huh ;-)02:24
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ubotuarrick: Did you get hit by a windmill? Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/02:24
crimsunduelboot: pastebin ``dmesg|tail''02:24
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hrtpnickrud, i don't see any cdrom line02:25
sudomania4__how do i resize a partition from within ubuntu, if it is the ubuntu partition i want to resize?02:25
sudomania4__i have gparted and it wont let me unmount, because the partition is in use. I have a live cd and an install cd, can i do it from there?02:25
duelbootwill do...hold for the link02:25
Yorak_jason: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1119002:25
_jasonYorak: you are using dapper02:25
ic56dts: no, I don't think /var/tmp needs to be particularly large.  But putting all the tmp's on the same filesystem will let them share free space and reduce hassles for you.02:25
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sudomania4__submit it twice, it is rot1302:25
nickrudhrtp, could you post /etc/apt/sources.list on http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org ?02:25
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nickrudhrtp, not here ;P02:26
Yorak_jason: So can you give me the extra repositories from 5.10 to add in it?02:26
WiFi_Warri0rhow do u update from, breezy to dapper??02:26
_jason!info gaim-extendedprefs dapper02:26
hrtpwho said im pastin it here02:26
WiFi_Warri0rhow do u update from, breezy to dapper??02:26
ubotugaim-extendedprefs: (extended preferences plugin for the instant messenger gaim), section universe/net, is optional. Version: 0.5-1 (dapper), Packaged size: 15 kB, Installed size: 92 kB02:26
tabberanyone knows how to copy a file from a remote computer to my local computer using ssh? (scp?)02:26
nickrudsudomania4__, you need to do it with the live cd02:26
WiFi_Warri0rhow do u update from, breezy to dapper??02:27
_jasonYorak: well gaim-extendedprefs is in dapper universe too.  you must just not be seeing it.  Why don't you try 'sudo aptitude install gaim-extendedprefs' in the terminal02:27
ubotunickrud: Did you get hit by a windmill? Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/02:27
IamEthoswhat's a good FTP client?02:27
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nickrudwoodwizzle, it's gone02:27
ubotuWiFi_Warri0r: My cat's name is Mittens! Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/02:27
nickrudwoodwizzle, sorry you're too close to woo02:27
hrtphow can i copy all the text with console?02:27
DBOIamEthos, GNOME comes with a built in FTP client that works fairly well02:27
ds[de] IamEthos; depends on your definition of good, I use gftp and it's all I need02:27
_jasonYorak: please close synaptic before running that command by the way02:28
ic56tabber: scp <remote host>:<file> .02:28
duelbootcrimsun, here:  http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1119102:28
ic56tabber: assuming the username is same on both machines and sshd is listening on the normal port (22)02:28
nickrudhrtp, you can gedit /etc/apt/sources.list & cut & paste, or use the script at http://www.ubuntulinux.nl/files/pastebin02:28
duelbootcrimsun...that's not it though...hmmm hold one02:28
crimsunduelboot: uhh02:28
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crimsunduelboot: ...that's gibberish02:28
Yorak_jason: It couldn't find an application with that name.02:28
sudomania4__its rot1302:28
_jasoncrimsun: it's april fools for seveas, press the april fools link at the footer02:28
sudomania4__repost it02:28
duelbootcrimsun, see above....hold on02:29
ic56IamEthos: is `ftp' not a good client?!02:29
IamEthosDB0: how do I find it?02:29
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sudomania4__if you post it twice it is normal02:29
arrickhey jldugger_ that seems to be the s* program, looks good02:29
crimsunthat's incredibly annoying for those of us who actually need to debug02:29
tabberic56: i don't quite get it, i want to copy a file from a computer at school to my home computer02:29
arrickI would have liked to knwo about that on friday02:29
tabberic56: that means i need ssh at my home computer too?02:29
hrtpnickrud, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1119402:29
_jasoncrimsun: disappears once you press the link once and don't close your browser it seems02:29
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ic56tabber, sshd only needed on the remote computer.02:30
duelbootcrimsun, it keeps converting it to gibberish after I hit enter02:30
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arrickow do I remote connect to a different network?02:30
duelbootcrimsun, another pastebin?02:30
Yorak_jason: I can't find alot with sudo apt-search either, am I missing repositories?02:30
kbrooksdelire, fool?02:30
tabberic56: and how do I specify the folder i wish to copy the file to?02:30
nickrud_jason, I am sooo glad my eye just passed over your comment02:30
delirekbrooks: awful news.02:31
crimsunduelboot: pastebin.com or pastebin.ca02:31
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alex_sudo  sudo apt-get install j2re1.402:31
alex_E: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (11 Resource temporarily unavailable)02:31
jldugger_arrick, s* program?02:31
steven__does anyone know of a good link/doc that covers how to upgrade your alsa driver???  I know which alsa driver I need, but can't figure out what needs to be done to install it02:31
nickrudhrtp, the very first line, that's the cdrom line I was talking about02:31
arrickjldugger_, language is not allowed in here, the same word as poop02:31
delirealex_: you're using apt somewhere else at the same time.02:31
jldugger_arrick, anyways, i seem to have fixed it up02:31
arrickslang for great02:31
kbrooksdelire, URL?02:31
_jasonYorak: you have all the communities ones except multiverse.  the gaim package you want though should be in there.  Can you do 'sudo aptitude update' and then try again.  If it fails again, can you pastebin the command along with the output?02:31
duelbootcrimsun:  http://pastebin.com/63360502:31
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nickrudhrtp, additionally, you should add the word multiverse to the end of lines 19 & 2002:32
hrtpmy fault, i didn't see the word 'cdrom'02:32
ic56tabber: `.' is the current directory.  If you want a different, just specify something else.  But, before you go complicating things, try the simple version first and then just move the file to where you want it.02:32
jldugger_arrick, you know, a s* program and a program that is "The s*" are opposite things ;)02:32
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hrtpnickrud, mind if you edit it?02:32
arricksorry, i meant great program02:32
jldugger_arrick, anyways, thanks for the reminder to edit fstab02:32
arrickno prob02:32
arrickI had to do it all last friday to get my server running02:33
AlJey all02:33
alex_"Package j2re1.4 has no installation candidate02:33
crimsunduelboot: #02:33
crimsun[4298480.776000]  bc: version magic '2.6.12-10-386 386 gcc-4.0' should be '2.6.12-10-386 386 gcc-3.4'02:33
crimsunduelboot: you forgot to export CC=gcc-3.402:33
_jasonalex_: have you enabled multiverse?02:33
nickrudhrtp, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/11197 I also enabled universe security for you.02:33
crimsunduelboot: (presuming of course that you have gcc-3.4 installed)02:33
duelbootcrimsun, I presume since I don't know what you mean02:33
duelbootcrimsun, hold on, I'll check...I had several gcc's installed and removed some...02:34
hrtp#qro pqebz:[Hohagh 5.10 _Oerrml Onqtre_ - Eryrnfr v386 (20051012)] / oerrml znva erfgevpgrq02:34
hrtpwhat is that?02:34
_jasonoh boy02:34
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arrickhrtp looks like porteguese to me02:34
nickrudalex_, if you like, you can use the sources I just put up on http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org to compare to yours, and enable multiverse02:35
hrtpoh yeah, april 1st02:35
_jasonarrick: that's not portuguese...02:35
arricklooks foreign then?02:35
duelbootcrimsun, I have 4.0 installed...installing 3.4 too now02:35
_jasonarrick: rot1302:35
nickrudhrtp, I hit the april fools thing at the bottom, then reloaded. (I gotta change my pastebin autoreplace for a day)02:35
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nickrudSeveas, if you are listening, you are EVIL :)02:36
=== delire thinks it's foolish for Ubuntu to drop apt in favour of rpm as part of the merger..
duelbootcrimsun, it's installed, now how do I export?02:37
crimsunexport CC=gcc-3.402:37
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DBOmeh, slashdots april fools joke, now thats just evil02:37
_jasondelire: ms cannonical merger?02:37
hrtpit worked02:37
jcmcbethIf I wanted to setup a smtp and pop3 server what programs would I want to use?02:37
hrtpthanks, )02:37
delire_jason: yes, Canonical is merging with Mandriva (mandrake).02:37
FlannelKingoh good god. it's painful.02:37
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tabberic56: thanks, it worked! just one last thing, if i want to copy a whole directory, i just do scp -R ......?02:38
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arrickFlannelKing, is your name Al?02:38
_jasonYorak: did it work this time?  I am about to go02:38
dabaRjcmcbeth: did you ask your package manager?02:38
AnsiCwher can i have manpages-dev translatet in italian ????02:38
delire_jason: Ubuntu is switching to RPM and dropping APT altogether..02:38
ubotuVai su #ubuntu-it o su #kubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie!02:38
duelbootcrimsun, sudo: export: command not found02:38
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crimsunduelboot: don't sudo export02:38
kbrooksdelire, OH NO!02:38
kbrooksdelire, RPM SUX!02:38
delirekbrooks: i'm quite disappointed.02:38
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hrtpi forgot, i had to do 'apt-get update' first02:39
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kbrooksdelire, Why is Ubuntu switching to RPM?02:39
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delirekbrooks: as they say "follow the money"02:39
alex__jason yes02:39
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alex_i enabled it!02:39
kbrooksI hear LSB changed its package manager recommendation to apt-get02:39
ic56tabber: scp doesn't have a -R flag.  but it *can* accept wildcards.  You should check the manual.  Do you know how to access the manpages?02:39
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nickrudbecuase it's yummy, why else02:39
hrtpok, let's say i have an rpm, how'd i dkpg it with 'alien'?02:39
arrickHey _jason according to goole that message above that looked scrambled was german02:39
duelbootcrimsun, no error on export, but same errors on tring to run...should I install bestcrypt?02:40
ubotuit has been said that rpm is the Redhat Package Management file. Very similar to Debians DEB files, but require alien to install. ask me about !alien02:40
tabberic56: yeah I chekced it, it was -r. thanks for your help02:40
delirekbrooks: but a whisper in the wind. Canonical want's to compete with RH certification, and so wants to lure away admins already familiar with RPM.02:40
duelbootcrimsun, reinstall that is02:40
mauperic56: scp -r02:40
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_jasonarrick: didn't it come from http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/ ?02:40
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ic56tabber: good stuff! ttyl!02:40
arrickI dont know02:40
nickrudhrtp, you really really wanna look for a deb first, and then a .bin or .tar.gz or . tar.bz2 and then give up :)02:40
arrickit was above in here02:40
jcmcbethdabar: no, but there are usually a lot o foptions02:41
crimsunduelboot: did you recompile it?02:41
arrick_jason the one that hrtp posted that looked like this02:41
arrick#qro pqebz:[Hohagh 5.10 _Oerrml Onqtre_ - Eryrnfr v386 (20051012)] / oerrml znva erfgevpgrq02:41
duelbootI'm in the process now...hold on02:41
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hrtpyup, i just did: alien -d blah.rpm02:41
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duelbootcrimsun, should I uninstall gcc++ 4.0 first?02:41
nickrudhrtp, what did you alien?02:42
crimsunduelboot: no need02:42
hrtpan rpm file02:42
duelbootcrimsun, well, same error02:42
nickrudmeh :)02:42
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crimsunduelboot: so you recompiled the modules, installed them, then ran ``sudo depmod -e'' ?02:43
Projextmy system says the time is 7 hours later than it is02:43
duelbootcrimsun, no...am now...I also complete got rid of BestCrypt and am doing again02:43
_jasonarrick: http://www.arantius.com/tools/rot13.php02:43
Projextfor example it is 7:44pm est but my system says its 2:44am02:44
_jasonarrick: visit http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/ when you get a chance and look at some recent postings02:44
Projextis there anything i can do02:44
hrtpnickrud, limewire02:44
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mauperProjext: do you have a timeapplet on your toolbar ?02:45
delireProjext: you could try a 'sudo ntpdate'02:45
ubotufirst you need !java, then download the http://www.limewire.com/LimeWireSoftOther and unpack it. Then just run the runLime.sh file. Voila. Consider !frostwire as an alternative.02:45
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mauperdelire: does that help if his timezone is set wrong ?02:45
nickrudhrtp, stay away from the rpm for limewire :)02:45
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hrtpi get this error: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1119802:46
arrick_jason, looks like someone is writing gobbldegook in there, is that what the tools page is for?02:46
dferminhello. Any pptp gurus out there?02:46
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_jasonarrick: take a look at the bottom of the page :)02:46
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nickrudhrtp, because usually an rpm file is built on a system that does not quite match ubuntu, causing either catastrophe or really subtle problems.02:47
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_jasonarrick: have you installed java?02:47
alex_any good podcast receiver clients?02:47
_jasonhrtp: ^02:47
hrtphow do you uninstall something with dpkg?02:47
alex_for linux02:47
_jasonarrick: igore that02:47
mauperalex_: amarok ?02:47
hrtpi just did: dpkg limewire.deb02:47
ic56Projext: did you set the timezone correctly?  type `date' on a command line and tell us what you see.  Then tell us where you are located.02:47
hrtphow do i reverse this installation?02:47
duelbootrecompiled bestcryptran the depmod -e, still same error...when you say "recompiled the modules" can you explain?02:47
delirehrtp: dpkg -i limewire.deb02:47
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_jasonhrtp: you need to install java first it seems02:47
nickrudhrtp, dpkg -r limewire.deb02:47
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delirehrtp: dpkg -P limewire.deb will purge is once installed02:48
arrick_jason, I have not instaled java as of yet, am doing that tonight though02:48
MistaEDuse sun java and not blackdown java for limewire, otherwise you get a lockup when loading it02:48
hrtpi tried, apt-cache search limewire, and i see 1 package there02:48
delirehrtp: dpkg -P limewire .. i meant to say02:48
nickrud(<Tab> means press the Tab Key) In the directory where you downloaded the sun jre, type sudo aptitude install java-package ; fakeroot make-jpkg jre<Tab> ; sudo dpkg -i sun<Tab>02:48
nickrudthree step installation of java for 32bit02:49
hrtpi think im just going to install ubuntu package02:49
duelbootcrimsun, sorry forgot to put your name ^^^^...see my last02:49
alex_mauper, amarok does podcasting?02:50
hrtpdpkg - warning: ignoring request to remove limewire which isn't installed., but when i type: whereis limewire, this comes out: limewire: /usr/bin/limewire /usr/bin/X11/limewire02:50
mauperalex_ is among other things a podcast _client_02:50
hrtpshould i just rm -rf /usr/bin/X11/limewire?02:50
maupererm, no, not you, amarok, that is ;)02:50
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crimsunduelboot: dmesg output pastebinned.02:51
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Servo888Now formating... yay =-) I hope this was the right choice.02:52
duelbootcrimsun,  aha...look at this:  bc: version magic '2.6.12-10-386 386 gcc-4.0' should be '2.6.12-10-386 386 gcc-3.4'...how do I get it to be correct?02:52
duelbootcrimsun, uninstall 4.0?02:52
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nidahsmall question02:53
duelbootcrimsun, http://pastebin.com/63362202:53
ubotuAsk your question and we'll try to answer it.02:53
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nidahhow to i gain access to /usr/lib directory so i can copy paste firefox into it02:53
arricksudo gedit /usr/lib02:54
delireduelboot: you can simply symlink /usr/bin/gcc-3.4 over the existing symlink /usr/bin/gcc02:54
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maupernidah: why do you want to do that ?02:54
nidahtried sudo gedit /usr/lib02:54
arrickhang on02:54
delireduelboot: though ubuntu may have a more intelligent method that 'ln -sf /usr/bin/gcc-3.4 /usr/bin/gcc'02:54
polpaknidah, eh... firefox come's with ubuntu02:54
nidahmauper i want to install new version firefox02:54
t1nl0tust crimsun thankyou for your time and effort02:54
polpaknidah, 1.5?02:54
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polpak!tell nidah about ff1.502:55
mauperinstall it to your homedir, if you are the only user, that is ;)02:55
crimsunduelboot: you're still compiling with gcc-4.0. Why?02:55
hrtpwho said something about java for limewire?02:55
nidahnot the only use want it in usr/lib dir02:55
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duelbootcrimsun, don't know....I did the export command...don't know enough about gcc02:55
maupernidah: or else: "sudo cp -rv yourfirefoxdir /usr/lib"02:55
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deliremauper: eek that's a little heavy handed..02:56
arrickIdleOne, your back finally?02:56
ds[de] crimsun; why shouldn't one use gcc 4.0?02:56
IdleOnearrick, evening02:56
alex_how much memory should firefox be using?02:56
mauperdelire: and chmodding, chowning of course ;)02:56
hrtpnickrud, what java should i install again?02:56
alex_is 132 MiB to much?02:56
arrickhere to, forgot02:56
alex_memory leak AGAIN02:56
IdleOnearrick, yeah was doing a little cleaning up02:56
delireds[de] : in the case of duelboot he needs 3.4 build compatibility with the kernel.02:57
arrickme to, had to come home and put a fence up02:57
crimsunds[de] : because the kernel is compiled in breezy with gcc-3.4, so modules compiled with gcc-4.0 obviously won't work02:57
nickrudhrtp, get the sun java off their site. I'll walk you through turning it into a deb02:57
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emmieI don't how people can use windows every second of their life02:57
delireds[de] : aside from that 4.0 is a bit scary for alot of existing source-code.02:57
arricknickrud, hang on, I want to do it too02:57
arrickwhats the site?02:57
duelbootcrimsun, looks like the uninstall did not delete all the command either...will uninstall 4.0 if it won't mess up my computer...is that okay?02:57
ds[de] delire, crimsun; interesting, thanks02:57
ds[de] delire: how do you mean that last line?02:57
ic56nidah, mauper: just moving something into a new place isn't enough.  You need to tell the rest of the system about the new location.  As a newbie, that kind of manipulation is bound to be too complicated.  Why do you want to relocate firefox anyway?02:57
emmiedoes anyone know how to put a network cable hooked up to a computer02:58
nickrudarrick, hrtp http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.5.0/download.jsp02:58
delireds[de] : 4.0 does alot of double-checking and so is quite unforgiving in comparison to it's predeccessor.02:58
mauperic56: he wants the "original" newest version it seems02:58
nidahcp: cannot stat `/desktop/mozilla-firefox': No such file or directory02:58
crimsunduelboot: no, it won't02:58
delireds[de] : best to stick with 3.4 until you know code explicitly written with 4.0 in mind is available to you.02:58
arrickwhich do we want on that site, nickrud02:59
ic56nidah: is there a reason why you don't want to use the regular package management tools?02:59
ds[de] delire: I see ... maybe I should change back to gcc3.4 then, didn't know about that, but yes, 4.0 has been critizizing (sp?) alot of c code lately :/02:59
delireds[de] : for sure.. my experience also.02:59
nickrudarrick, hrtp look for the Download JRE 5.0 Update 6 link on that page02:59
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delireds[de] : you mean "critical of alot of c code"..03:00
ds[de] delire: yes, sorry, english is not my mother tongue (as you can easily see) :)03:00
delireds[de] : it made perfect sense regardless ;)03:00
ds[de] delire: hehe alright then =)03:00
hrtpLinux RPM in self-extracting file   jre-1_5_0_06-linux-i586-rpm.bin  15.47 MB03:01
arricknickrud, do we want the self extracting, or the rpm?03:01
nickrudarrick, hrtp then download the "Linux self-extracting file" file03:01
hrtpshould be that one right03:01
ic56nidah: meaning what?03:01
maupernidah: System->Administration->Synaptic03:01
hrtpok, done downloading it03:01
nickrudhrtp, not the rpm, no03:01
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maupernidah: firefox comes as a .deb package - a bit outdated though03:01
KhaaaanMan the Gnome X-chat kinda bites03:02
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hrtpok, done03:02
delireKhaaaan: agreed. try irssi03:02
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nidahsynaptic has version 1.0 something03:02
Khaaaanwell X chat is nice...03:02
nickrudhrtp, now open a terminal and cd to the directory you downloaded the .bin to.03:02
Khaaaanand the plugins actually work :)03:02
Nihil85hi! i have a big problem: i've an ipw2200bg and an AP, the card is supported by ubuntu and works perfectly under windows.With ubuntu i cannot connect it to the AP, the card can see my network, other networks, but can't connect to them. Why?03:02
maupernidah: the firefox version number I meant03:02
arrickstill downloading, but logging continue, I'll ask if need additional help nickrud03:03
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hrtpok, im there03:03
nickrudarrick, k03:03
delireKhaaaan: true..03:03
ic56mauper: is being "a bit outdated" really a problem?  How bleeding edge does nidah need to be?03:03
nidahanyway i can upgrade to new?03:03
KhaaaanIs anyone running with the new Flight 6?03:03
KhaaaanI am .... :)03:03
nidahcome on03:03
mauperic56: how should I know ? ;)03:03
nidahbe nice03:03
delireKhaaaan: how is it?03:03
nidahim learning03:03
nickrudhrtp, type sudo aptitude install java-package03:03
adlpafI have a problem, I have an AMD64, but ubuntu didn't install the audio controllers, what can I do???03:03
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ds[de] delire: when I try to apt-get remove gcc-4.0, it wants to remove the package build-essential as well, is there any way I can keep that?03:03
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Khaaaandelire: Bad ass03:04
KhaaaanSo far so good03:04
KhaaaanI am going to do some bug verification tonight though03:04
mauperic56: btw: every bit of "less memory leaks" matters ;)03:04
Khaaaanso I may blow my system up03:04
ds[de] delire: or is "build-essential" obsolete if I manually reinstall gcc-3.4 ?03:04
arrickok, Im caught up nickrud03:04
ic56mauper: did they fix the memory leak finally?03:04
gn0meI think that xmodmap'ing to us-101 might have messed up something (the hotkeys for changing resolutions), anyone know what the default is?03:04
nickrudarrick, type sudo aptitude install java-package03:04
arrickdone already03:04
mauperic56: nope03:04
adlpafI have a problem, I have an AMD64, but ubuntu didn't install the audio controllers, what can I do???03:05
delireKhaaaan: ;) good to hear03:05
Nihil85hi! i have a big problem: i've an ipw2200bg and an AP, the card is supported by ubuntu and works perfectly under windows.With ubuntu i cannot connect it to the AP, the card can see my network, other networks, but can't connect to them. Why?03:05
nickrudarrick, hrtp type fakeroot make-jpkg jre<Tab>03:05
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delireds[de] : don't remove it. leave it there. it's perfectly possible to have many versions of gcc installed.03:05
nickrudhit the tab key where <Tab> is, it will fill out the rest of the file name03:05
mauperic56: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv: Gecko/20060124 Firefox/ still has a lot of them ... as far as I can tell and painfully feel ;)03:05
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arrickdo we type in the <tab> or hit the tab button?03:05
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delireds[de] : instead notice that /usr/bin/gcc is just a symlink. see ls -l /usr/bin/gcc03:05
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bh4twi lost my sound, any ideas?03:05
arricknot for me it didnt03:06
ic56mauper: I like lynx03:06
nickrudarrick, then you aren't in the correct directory03:06
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delireds[de] : so, just re-symlink like to 'sudo ln -sf /usr/bin/gcc-3.4  /usr/bin/gcc'03:06
arrickwhich do I need to be in?03:06
KhaaaanIs ekiga like skype? I have yet to use it...03:06
nickrudarrick, where you downloaded the jre to03:06
hrtpextracting now....03:06
mauperic56: links or dillo ;)03:06
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delireKhaaaan: there's also this new google chat compatible VoIP client out now too.03:06
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mauperic56: or maybe minimo on a zaurus :-P03:07
nickrudhrtp, you'll see a bunch of seemingly dangerous error messages, ignore them03:07
alex_is it possible to update firefox from 1.07 to 1.5 ?03:07
Khaaaandelire: yea... I heard about that, have you tried it??03:07
arrickok, sorry, it didnt even install for me, I didnt read it all03:07
hrtplike the permission denied and stuff?03:07
nickrudhrtp, exactly03:07
mauperalex_: afaik not via official package repositiories ...03:07
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duelbootdelire, crimsun, it still insists on compiling with 4.0...if I try to remove it also removes the "base" of gcc, and g++, when I choose them again, it requires 4.0...how do I make it use 3.4?03:08
arricknickrud, it is sitting on my desktop, can I pm the message after the first command?03:08
nickrudarrick, sure03:08
alex_mauper did you upgrade?03:08
Nihil85hi! i have a big problem: i've an ipw2200bg and an AP, the card is supported by ubuntu and works perfectly under windows.With ubuntu i cannot connect it to the AP, the card can see my network, other networks, but can't connect to them. Why?03:08
mauperalex_: to ?03:08
ds[de] delire; it worked perfectly, thanks a dozen :o)03:08
alex_the latest version of firefox?03:08
alex_why doesn't it automatically update to the latest version of firefox03:09
arricknickrud, do you have my pm?03:09
kcbannerhey everyone...03:09
mauperalex_: resides in my ~, yep, binary download from mozilla.org though ;)03:09
nickrudarrick, sure did, and answered :)03:09
kcbannerI have a problem with DNS03:09
delireds[de] : np03:09
kcbannermy resolv.conf keeps getting kicked back to
hrtpnickrud, is this normal, its been minutes saying building package03:09
arrickI didnt get your answer03:09
kcbannerand resolving takes FOREVer03:09
mauperalex_: because there is no updated package for it ?03:09
ic56alex_: the latest version of a package isn't necessarily the latest approved version for a release of Ubuntu.  It's a tradeoff: stability versus latest features.03:09
KhaaaanMan... it is really dissapointing they got rid of my two favortie screensavers :(03:09
nickrudhrtp, it does take a bit03:09
delireduelboot: do as ds[de]  just has. just re-symlink like to 'sudo ln -sf /usr/bin/gcc-3.4  /usr/bin/gcc'03:09
alex_okay ic5603:10
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hrtpok, just making sure, im not frozen03:10
alex_i'm getting a memory in firefox though03:10
mauperic56: yep, full ack, and it is good the way it is :)03:10
alex_it's using 120 somthing Megs03:10
hrtpok, done03:10
alex_is that normal03:10
arricknickrud, I didnt get your answer in the pm03:10
duelbootdelire, do I recompile bestcrypt after?03:10
delireKhaaaan: not yet, getting there.. want to get off Skype though. too many friends also use it though..03:10
nickrudhrtp, now sudo dpkg -i sun<Tab>03:10
mauperalex_: depends, but probably a memory leak, there are some in firefox03:10
delireduelboot: yes.. check you are running gcc-3.4 with 'gcc -v'03:10
nickrudarrick, don't know why, but paste your sources.list in the pm03:10
Khaaaandelire, yea that's true... why dont you like skype??03:10
alex_some mauper?03:11
alex_i just switch from windows to linux again03:11
mauperalex_: memory leaks ...03:11
alex_in windows i would get them all the time03:11
alex_it's more then some03:11
duelbootdelire, how?03:11
alex_and it pisses me off03:11
nickrudhrtp, when that's done, do sudo update-alternatives --config java , and choose sun03:11
hrtplimewire = starting03:11
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RugHowdy all03:11
hrtpthanks nickrud03:11
nickrudhrtp, I shudder to think I helped limewire :)03:12
coffeeI got a non 1st april problem (I swear), I have ubuntu installed on a laptop, the internal cd drive is broken. It seems that /bin is *hum* destroyed. I can boot with grub, I got an external usb cd drive so can I boot with a live CD to copy a new /bin and then boot normally?03:12
mauperalex_: the only thing that really hurts me is that firefox under ... shiver ... win is faster ... sigh ...03:12
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hrtpnickrud, yup, i need some e-books03:12
arrickthere you go03:12
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delireKhaaaan: i want in built meeting functionality and also i want a single client that allows me to use several VoIP networks, a little like a VoIP gaim. i also want a client that plays better with ALSA.03:13
duelbootdelire, still get dmesg log stating it's using 4.003:13
delireduelboot: then you haven't symlinked it. 'ls -l /usr/bin/gcc' and paste the single line of output here.03:13
nickrudarrick , a sec, I have a fix but work calls03:13
arricknickrud, I just pasted the rest of it, ok03:13
Khaaaandelire, hmmmm.... so what is ekiga?03:14
alex_what's the command to bring up the system monitor?03:14
alex_i want to map ctrl alt delete to it03:14
arricknickrud, you mean your not retired yet?03:14
Nihil85hi! no one can help me with a wireless connection? I have an ipw2200bg and a wireless modem router AP. why the card see the AP but can't connect?03:14
hrtpthanks nickrud, i appreciate this03:14
zezuhow can i set the hw clock ?03:14
zezucmd line03:14
duelbootdelire:  lrwxrwxrwx  1 root root 16 2006-03-31 20:10 /usr/bin/gcc -> /usr/bin/gcc-3.403:14
IdleOne!tell Nihil85 about wifi03:14
delireKhaaaan: it's essentially the new 'gnome-meeting'. it's very cool i think, and plays well with apple meeting software on the other end - 'rhapsody'? i think,03:14
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delireduelboot: then you're good to go.03:14
Khaaaandelire... I see, but not a skype replacement... I feel ya03:15
kcbannerOk i fixed my DNS problem03:15
Nihil85IdleOne, ubotu can't help me. i've already seen all the guides and howto of this world03:15
duelbootdelire, nope...it still gives me [4301186.223000]  bc: version magic '2.6.12-10-386 386 gcc-4.0' should be '2.6.12-10-386 386 gcc-3.4'03:15
kcbannerdhcp server configured wrong...why it would start happening now...ive been using this setup for days...stumps me03:15
ubotuthe latest version of a package isn't necessarily the latest one approved for a release of Ubuntu.  It's a tradeoff: stability versus latest features.03:15
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delireKhaaaan: for sure, it's not, but works ok for voice meetings. i'll try to find this google-talk client.03:15
IdleOneNihil85, sorry then :/03:15
bluefoxicyubotu, active directory03:15
ubotuparse error: Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, bluefoxicy03:15
cafuego_duelboot: compile it using the correct gcc. 'gcc-3.4' and not 'gcc'.03:15
bluefoxicyubotu, kerberos03:15
ubotuHuh? Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, bluefoxicy03:15
arrickIdleOne, I tried to help Nihil85 earlier today, however his AP is a G only and his card is a BG mix, I don't think they are compatible in Ubuntu03:16
Khaaaandelire... okay03:16
duelbootcafuego_; how  I simply did make, make install03:16
KhaaaanHey how do I chmod an entire folder? is it -R?03:16
IdleOnearrick, I thought all G cards were backwards compatible ?03:16
cafuego_duelboot: CC=gcc-3.4 make03:16
IdleOnemaybe not03:16
ubotuwell, chmod is a command used to change the permissions of a file or folder. see `man chmod` for a synopsis.03:16
ic56zezu: I think the hardware clock is writen automatically when you reboot/shutdown.03:17
cafuego_a BG card works fine with G-only APs.03:17
zezuic56, yes well its written with what ?03:17
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cafuego_The trick is getting a B/G card that works at all.03:17
nickrudarrick, on lines 15 & 16, add the word multiverse after universe. Also, you should comment out line one (add a # at the beginning)03:17
arrickok, maybe I was wrong03:17
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mauperzezu: I quote ;): "sudo ntpdate" ...03:18
arrickcafuego, his card works with windows fine, and it sees the AP in ubunt03:18
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delirecafuego_: funny.. with gcc -v == /usr/bin/gcc-3.4 i wouldn't have expected duelboot's error above.03:18
cafuego_delire: Mebbe the Makefile is hardcoded to gcc-4 ..?03:18
delirecafuego_: must be..03:18
zezumauper, didn't see if you had typed that before, highlight just came up now, i'll look at that03:19
ic56zezu: /sbin/hwclock.   /etc/init.d/hwclock.sh does the shutdown update.03:19
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zezuntpdate not found03:19
delirecafuego_: the evil in this world..03:19
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thomashey anyone here good at recovering there windows partition after format? i had 32bit windows and installed 64bit windows deleted 32bit to sacrifice space for my linux since im now a believer but now i need to setup grub to get my 64bit partition cuz i installed linux overtop and just deleted my 32bit off i guess it didnt detect the windows partitions anymore. but now i want to edit my grub so i can get the windows partition going sinc03:19
thomase tomb raideris out and i need to get back in my data is all still there just need a bit fo help gettin my stuff back up and running03:19
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zezu ic56 well i'm trying to set it in the first place, i'll try a man hwclock or smth03:19
ic56zezu: ntpdate is used to synchronize the software clock against an internet timeserver of high accuracy.  It's job isn't to update the hwclock.03:20
zezuah well03:20
zezuthis machine has no network anyways03:20
vachedoes anyone know if the intel i945 chipset is supported by breezy ?03:20
zezuand it has no X03:20
mauperzezu: wasn't me who said it, but it sets the clock via ntp anyway :)03:20
ic56zezu: do you mean you are also trying to set the software clock?03:20
zezui need to set it manually03:20
thomasmy 64bit partition is on hda5 is were it reads at in linux03:20
zezuic56, sure if i can reboot and it will set the hwclock afterwards03:20
thomasanyone know how i can get it into list and boot into it?03:21
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dlizezu: if there's no network :( it's difficult to maintain system clock03:21
zezudli, i think your confused03:21
arrickok nickrud done with that, next command?03:21
zezui've ran plenty of machines w/o a network03:21
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zezui really dont think its network dependant that it can't update the clock without it03:21
zezuthat is why your motherboard has a battery on it03:21
ic56zezu to set the sw clock: sudo date <new time>  Read man date for details.03:21
dlithomas, what's your question?03:21
nickrudarrick, sudo aptitude update && sudo aptitude install java-package03:21
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KhaaaanAnyone know the name for the MS fonts package?03:22
vacheKhaaaan, msttcorefonts03:22
KhaaaanIs that in any of the main repos for Drake?03:22
thomasbasically i want to get back into my 64bit xp partition which is located on hda5 in ubuntu i just wanna know how to bootup into the partition cuz grub doesnt show it in the list03:22
arrickdone nickrud03:22
thomasi think i lost it cuz i took 32bit xp off to have more space for xp03:22
vacheKhaaaan, wrong channel, see topic03:22
thomasbut i wanted to keep my 64bit xp then i installed ubuntu03:23
nickrudarrick, fakeroot make-jpkg jre<Tab>03:23
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KhaaaanHow can I view the topic?03:23
arrickthen hit enter right nickrud?03:23
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nickrudarrick, yes03:23
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tonyyarussoOpera takes a really long time to open the first time for me; why is that?03:24
alex_Opera works with linux?03:24
KhaaaanNevermind... google had my back :)03:24
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Khaaaanvache, sorry about that03:24
amphitonyyarusso: it's faster thereafter because it's cached03:24
arrickman trying to read that makes the eyes hurt nickrud, too fast03:24
tonyyarussoalex_: Yeah, they even have an apt repo.03:24
nickrudarrick, ignore everything it says, it will finish soon :)03:24
tonyyarussoamphi: Yes, it is.  But it's a very long time initially.03:24
dlithomas, hda5 is the partition for / or /boot ?03:25
tonyyarussoamphi: On that note though: How can I see what's cached, and do I have control over what's in that?03:25
arrickok done nickrud03:25
nickrudarrick, this was fun, I was running a short meeting while I was typing. Got some evil eyes :)03:25
nickrudarrick, ok, now sudo dpkg -i sun<Tab>03:25
arrickyeah I got it earlier today at work03:25
amphitonyyarusso: everything is cached that can be, as you use it - the cache is an LRU, I believe03:25
RugI am conflicted folks and I need some moral support.  I want to reinstall Windows on my box to play Oblivion, but I don't want to run Windows!  I've been almost 2-years Win-free and I don't want to go back, but the game looks sooo good!03:25
alex_tony how do i get it in terminal?03:25
alex_apt-get opera ?03:26
dabaRRug: go to #ubuntu-offtopic03:26
amphiRug: just say 'no'03:26
mauperRug: win for games seems okay to me ;) - if nothing much else03:26
nickrudRug, games are good. Don't be a prude :)03:26
tonyyarussoamphi: LRU?03:26
Rugjust say no, I like that.. =)03:26
thomashda5 is my 64bit xp partition03:26
thomasi got rid of 32bit03:26
ic56Rug: you might try wine.03:26
amphitonyyarusso: 'least recently used'03:27
tonyyarussoalex_: You have to add the repo first; I'll get you the line.03:27
thomasit reads as hda5 tho. i can view them in ubuntu its sitll there and intact03:27
arricknickrud, done03:27
tonyyarussoamphi: Ah.03:27
thomasjust need to bootup in it is all..03:27
dlithomas, it's windows?03:27
thomas64bit xp yes im tyring to get into it03:27
mauperic56: wine and games, are you kidding ?03:27
nickrudarrick, last step: sudo update-alternatives --config java , and choose sun03:27
duelbootfelire, cafuego_, crimsun, FINALLY got it...the uninstall.sh doesn't get rid of the psuedo .deb package...I removed it, compiled bestcrypt, modprobed, and voila....THANKS MUCH!!03:27
tonyyarussoalex_: Add this line to /etc/apt/sources.list :  deb http://deb.opera.com/opera/ unstable non-free , then you can apt-get opera.03:28
arrickyou mean 3 with the word sun in it right?03:28
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ic56mauper, Rug: what do I know?  The only game I ever play is tetris...03:28
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arrickyou mean 3 with the word sun in it right? nickrud03:28
mauperic56: good choice :)03:28
Rughehe tetris, that is a blast from the past.03:28
nickrudarrick, yup. After you do that, type java -version and check03:28
mauperRug: but what a blast ;)03:28
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dlithomas, edit your grub.conf or in grub command line, do, "rootnoverify (hd0,4)", "makeactive", "chainloader  +1"03:29
Firebrd[1] my installed flight 5 won't boot, it just freezes after loading03:29
ic56Rug: apt-get install tint  # command-line tetris03:29
Firebrd[1] help03:29
arricknickrud, java version "1.5.0_06"03:29
arrickJava(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.5.0_06-b05)03:29
arrickJava HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.5.0_06-b05, mixed mode, sharing)03:29
cedrichi! i was looking for a terminal command that will return my current gnome version03:29
FalstiusI reinstalled ubuntu last night to have the 32bit instead of the 64bit .. and now when I ssh into the machine, the response is very slow and I frequently am "reset by peer".03:29
thomasif i put my conf on pastebin cna u edit it for me03:29
nickrudarrick, you are done.03:29
thomasdo you think thats the right stuff?03:29
arrickstartx cedric03:29
Falstiusany ideas?03:29
arrickor start gdm03:29
arrickok thanks03:30
dlithomas, maybe, ubuntu has a tool for grub03:30
ubotuhttp://wiki.ubuntu.com/GrubHowto or https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows or troubleshooting grub: http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/grub.html#Troubleshooting03:30
arrickthomas there you go03:30
Rugack sorry03:30
cedricarrick i maeant it will return wich version of gnome is currently running on my x system03:31
thomasi want to recover windows tho after installing windows tho03:31
Servo888What do I apt-get to get the ssh deamon?03:31
arrickoh ok03:31
thomasthats what i wanna do03:31
thomasii mean03:31
thomasafter installing linux03:31
IdleOneServo888, openssh-server03:31
dliServo888, apt-get install openssh-server03:31
maupercedric: gnome-about ? ;)03:31
aldrenjust apt-get install ssh, right ?03:31
arrickthomas, what happened, you erase your partition during install?03:31
thomasi erased my 32bit xp partition i kept my 64bit partition tho03:31
amphithomas: erase that too03:32
Servo888IdleOne, and dli, thanks.03:32
arrickthe boot.ini is in the 32bit partition for the 64 bit system03:32
cedricis there any package released to upgrade to gnom version 2.1403:32
void^if you're unlucky the 64bit windows had its bootloader on the erased partition :)03:32
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thomasi just cant get into it for some reason after i iunstalled ubuntu back on after gettin rid of 32bit xp to ahve more space for ubuntu i reinstalled ubuntu..then i noticed grub didnt show my  windows stuff in there nomore. it didnt pick up my 64bit partition basically03:32
thomasi mean i want to play a game in windows tjo03:33
alex_"dpkg: status database area is locked by another process"03:33
arrickvoid^^bydefault it puts it on the 32bit partition03:33
thomasso not im not erasing that to03:33
nickrudcedric, no, no one's done that yet. (not very likely either)03:33
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void^well, use a windows bootcd to repair03:33
arrickthomas, use your xp disc and when the istall comes up choose the repair windows and then update your grub03:33
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nickrudalex_, you probably have synaptic open03:34
nickrudcedric, it'll be in dapper, that's not that far away :)03:34
thomasi gotta find a copy of 64bit xp now03:34
cedricif i install a server installation of ubuntu then i download gnome 2.14 will this work?03:34
arrickyes cedric03:34
maupernickrud: dapper will be released soon ?03:34
cedricyah guess dapper should be out around april03:34
cedricmaybe june03:35
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cafuego_cedric: define 'download'03:35
nickrudcedric, sure, you could build gnome 2.14 , but it's not trivial. I'd look at the garnome build system, it's on google03:35
cedricill go and take a look03:35
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rmlightningi have a desktop machine running ubuntu with a printer attached to it and a laptop with wireless running xp...i have tried to setup my desktop so i can share the printer, but keep getting an error in xp...can anyone help?03:36
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cedricthats what i was thinking of but i running out of empty cd03:37
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arrickuse cups rmlightning03:37
dlinickrud, dapper has 2.14?03:37
ubotucups is probably The Common UNIX Printing System (or CUPS) is a printing system and general replacement for lpd and the like.  See also http://linuxprinting.org/03:37
nickruddli, yes.03:37
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arrickrmlightning, if that doesnt work you can run samba03:37
cafuego_Then install breezy base, dist-upgrade. No cd needed03:37
dlinickrud, that's fast03:37
ubotuit has been said that samba is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SettingUpSamba or https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently03:37
delirermlightning: try cups. go to http://localhost:631 from memory03:37
nickrudactually I'm using dapper because I'll be leaving this machine behind when I move, and I want it set up properly03:37
rmlightningi have setup cups on the desktop, but can't get xp to recognize the printer03:38
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arrickrmlightning, can you also do a printscreen of your desktop with the error showing and paste it to the pastebin?03:38
cedriccafuego, so i install a server base, then dist-upgrade?03:38
ubotufrom memory, 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 - You can install webboard for easy pasting from the gnome taskbar03:38
ma-tjoin chile03:38
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cafuego_cedric: Yeh, no reason why that wouldn't work.03:39
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JoetheoddAre debian .deb files compatable with ubuntu?03:39
cedricmaybe ill need the dapper sources then03:39
rmlightningthe error isn't on the desktop, it is on the laptop with xp :(03:39
cedricsources.list i meant03:39
arrickyou can still put it in pastebin from that computer, if you have internet access03:39
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alex_tony you still here??03:40
FalstiusI reinstalled ubuntu last night to have the 32bit instead of the 64bit .. and now when I ssh into the machine, it will freeze for minutes at a time and I frequently am "reset by peer".  This is just text, no xforwarding.  Any ideas?03:40
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arrickJoetheodd, did you get your cds yet>?03:40
arrickI sent them out monday03:40
Joetheoddarrick: Nope. Hoping for them tomorrow. ^_^03:40
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arrickJoetheodd, .deb are compatible with ubuntu, yes03:40
rmlightningokay.  i will try that...thanx03:40
tonyyarussoalex_: Hey, yeah, sorry.  (If you use tab to complete my whole nick it beeps at me.)03:41
Joetheoddarrick: Surprised, actually. I've gotten packages from Canada faster than this. lol03:41
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Joetheoddarrick: k, thanks03:41
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wantXGLnowhi there... I can't find 'xserver-xgllibgl1-mesa' (for xgl installation) via synaptic... any idea ?03:41
alex_i did the command03:41
alex_it say03:41
alex_E: Invalid operation opera03:41
arrickwelcome to michigan mail, it takes a week for mail to get to me from my hometown03:41
WiFi_Warri0rwish me luck with my new dvd burner!03:41
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tonyyarussoalex_: 'apt-get install opera', rather.03:41
nickrudcafuego, I stepped a way for a sec, does the server install set up the admin group properly on dapper?03:41
WiFi_Warri0rarrick: r u serious?! LMAO that's ridiculous03:41
JoetheoddWiFi_Warri0r: When I was burning my first DVD my Windows box BSOD'd halfway through. Good luck. =p03:42
WiFi_Warri0rjoetheodd: yeah, im using win xp03:42
WiFi_Warri0rthats why i need luck!03:42
WiFi_Warri0rand i really need these dvd's i have em sold tomorrow03:42
nickrudwantXGLnow, you using dapper?03:42
JoetheoddWiFi_Warri0r: You should know it doesn't natively support it. You'll need Nero or Roxio or something. =p03:42
alex_thanks it works03:42
WiFi_Warri0rim using nero03:42
arrickmake sure you burn the right format WiFi_Warri0r or you'll get a bad dvd03:43
JoetheoddWindow's doesn't natively support anything. That works, that is..03:43
wantXGLnownickrud, yes03:43
rmlightningk...quick question...i originally had the network printer installed with xp...can i just reconfigure that or do i need to re-install?03:43
ubotuXGL on Ubuntu: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/XglHowto - Join #ubuntu-xgl for all the XGL fun on Ubuntu systems. It works ONLY on dapper. Pretty videos on http://www.novell.com/linux/xglrelease/03:43
arrickJoetheodd, it does with media center03:43
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nickrudwantXGLnow, that wiki page worked perfectly for me anyway03:43
Joetheoddarrick: Ew, I'll keep my extra $200, thanks (hehe)03:43
wantXGLnownickrud, thx...ill try that03:43
thomas`anyone here got a prog to copy from files ubuntu to ntfs drive?03:43
thomas`i need to back up some stuff03:44
arrickrmlightning, is the printer set up on the ubuntu machine?03:44
thomas`im about to format everything03:44
death_lol how do i install nvidia drivers in ubuntu sorry im very new just installed03:44
tonyyarussothomas`: You can't write to ntfs.03:44
uboturumour has it, nvidia is at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia or http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=5736803:44
arrickthomas, writing to ntfs partition very bad very bad03:44
thomas`why cant you?03:44
wantXGLnownickrud, im doing it with this: http://crysol.inf-cr.uclm.es/drupal/node/24003:44
death_thank you03:44
_jasonthomas`: microsoft doesn't play nice03:44
JoetheoddHaha, ubotu is brittish. I never realized that.03:44
arrickyou can only read to it03:44
thomas`i cant copy files from ubuntu to ntfs drive? theres gotta be a way..03:44
tonyyarussothomas`: b/c it's a closed format, and the reverse engineering hadn't gotten far enough yet for Breezy to do it safely.  Blame MS.03:44
rmlightningyes, and i printed a test page, so i know it is working on ubuntu03:45
thomas`lol damn03:45
nickrudwantXGLnow, why use some odd page, when the ubuntites went to all the trouble of writing a page that works with ubuntu?03:45
arrickno write permnissions available without me "fixing" it03:45
xanavimJoetheodd: no, ubotu is from zimbabwe03:45
amphithomas`: you could look at 'captive ntfs' perhaps03:45
Joetheoddthomas`: Carefully. Use a CD then reboot to Windows, or a flash drive, a floppy disk, a FAT partition, etc.03:45
Joetheoddxanavim: Well, he still uses the cool spelling of colour favourite and rumour.03:45
tonyyarussothomas`: How much data are we talking?03:45
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thomas`about 3-4 gigs03:46
thomas`thas all03:46
wantXGLnownickrud, have u ever known something and even so u did it the other way around ? =p, don't know why...u are right =)03:46
tonyyarussothomas`: I recommend creating a FAT partition.03:46
arrickyep thomas03:46
wantXGLnownickrud, i didnt start installing xgl thought, only the nvidia drivers, so ill go on with the ubuntu wiki, thx u03:46
thomas`oh ok03:46
thomas`so how do i do that?03:46
thomas`then copy my data on03:46
_jasonthomas`: from windows you can read the ubuntu partition and copy files from there to the windows partition03:46
tonyyarussothomas`: GParted.03:47
Joetheoddthomas`: I doubt that 3 gig will fit on floppy disks anytime soon. lol03:47
thomas`i cant get into my windows partition with grub editing...03:47
tonyyarussothomas`: That's a point too.  There are ext drivers for Windows; I've never tried them though.03:47
nickrudwantXGLnow, don't forget that #ubuntu-xgl channel03:47
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thomas`would be awesome if i coudl get my 64bit partition going03:47
thomas`i really dont wanna swipe everything..03:47
xanavimJoetheodd: I'm just kidding.. ubotu is from cyberspace  (:03:47
wantXGLnownickrud, is the first thing i notice =), thx !03:47
arrickthomas sorry to tell you, but you gotta03:47
Joetheoddxanavim: Z0mg where's that because I wanna move there! =p03:48
wantXGLnownickrud, if i do it before 30 minutes ahead , i come back to tell ya03:48
thomas`ah well im not doing it now03:48
arrickthomas`, thats coming from an x microsoft tech, you can take it or leave it03:48
tonyyarussothomas`: Yet another option is to get a crossover cable and copy to another computer temporarily (I did that once).03:48
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thomas`gotta redownload 64bit windows anyways03:48
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ubotumethinks x is a portable, network-transparent window system.03:48
Falstiu1I use ext3 drivers on my laptop .. it hasn't been a problem.03:49
tonyyarussothomas`: In other words, you have a few ways of doing it so you don't need to wipe everything.03:49
JoetheoddHahaha @ smily face being a question.03:49
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tonyyarussoFalstiu1: Good to know.03:49
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xanavimJoetheodd: que up the old-school cyberpunk virtual reality movies  (:03:49
duelbootthere's a thread at http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=142481 discussing ntfs write, but IT GIVES A BIG WARNING...anyone know if it is good?  uses fuse-utils03:49
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clown_rabbutI am a clown and my name is Rabbut.03:49
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clown_rabbutI am here to surprise you all kids03:49
arrickthomas, call microsoft and tell them you want the eval version and it only costs 11.00 dollars03:49
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arrickand if they screw it up they send a new one03:49
ubotuNon Ubuntu support related discussions may be carried out in the channel #ubuntu-offtopic. Editor/Language wars are welcome there!03:49
clown_rabbutarrick, Yes?03:50
tonyyarussoarrick: Wait, what?03:50
tonyyarussoarrick: Eval version?03:50
clown_rabbutarrick, I am not a idiot. I am a clown.03:50
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death_thank you very much i really apreciate it sorry im not a comp noob just a linux noob03:50
death_thanks again for the help03:50
clown_rabbutThge surprise is....03:50
Joetheoddclown_rabbut: Same thing! =p03:50
arricktonyyarusso, yeah you can get the 64bit evaluation version for free, they charge 11.00 shipping03:50
clown_rabbutI become a rabbit!03:51
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tonyyarussoarrick: Do they do that for 32-bit?  Could be a brand new option for gamers that just need it for that.03:51
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_jasonclown_rabbut: please try to keep this channel for support-related only.  You are welcome to join #ubuntu-offtopic and hop more if you want03:51
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arrickit will run the 32 bit programs fine tonyyarusso03:52
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tonyyarussoarrick: No, I mean actually on a 32 bit processor.03:52
boscoI have a digital camera and i have a slot where the memory chip goes how do i access it in ubuntu03:52
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xanavimbosco: gnome should automount it for you03:53
arricktonyyarusso, they already published the final  version fo xp pro 32 bit, so they want all their money for it03:53
boscoxanavim,  i dont use gnome03:53
boscoxanavim,  i use E1703:53
tonyyarussoarrick: Ah, I see.  Okay.  (/me hasn't followed that market for XP...)03:53
delirehmm ekiga is actually worth a look. certainly a jump from gnomemeeting. get it here: http://www.gnomemeeting.org/03:53
xanavimbosco: then mount it with the mount tool03:53
boscoxanavim,  what is that tool cuz i have tried it and it doesnt work03:54
JoetheoddI'm going to go do me up some tae-bo.03:54
arrickhowever there is a corporate version that has only service pack 1 that you can get for free from warez.com's download program, but you gotta scan everything there for viruses03:55
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xanavimyou're tried -> sudo mount /dev/sdb1 <folder_to_mount_to>  ?03:55
arrickJoetheodd, tae-bo?03:55
arrickwhy not tychiwan?03:55
arrickfull contact man03:55
alex_is it possible to import windows fonts?03:55
arrickor even aerobics?03:55
boscoxanavim,  yes i have mount: can't find /dev/sdb1 in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab03:56
arricktonyyarusso, you get my last about xp pro?03:56
xanavimbosco: I have yet to see mount fail to mount any drive format it was designed to mount03:56
tonyyarussoarrick: Yeah, saw it.03:56
amphialex_: yeah, ttf03:56
boscoxanavim,  i know03:56
calidadSomebody... How I can see internetTV on Ubuntu please?03:56
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alex_where can i do that?03:56
xanavimbosco: it's not supposed to be in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab03:56
boscoxanavim,  well then what is the problem03:57
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arrickxanavim, even if it doesnt mount it, there are programs that will03:57
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boscoxanavim, where is it supoosed to be03:57
arrickhey bosco what you trying to do?03:58
xanavimbosco: did you type my command the way I showed you?  you only get that kind of error if you leave out something03:58
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ubotufrom memory, nvidia is at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia or http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=5736803:58
xanavimbosco: like if you type "sudo mount /dev/sbb1" you will get that eror03:58
alex_i got another question03:58
alex_on SUse when i would boot my computer up it would load from my previous desktop03:59
dabaROne per person...03:59
alex_so it saves what windows are open etc03:59
alex_is that possible?03:59
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xanavimbosco: you have to give it a folder name of a real place on your hard drive, such as /media/your_folder03:59
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boscoxanavim,  i have pictures on there and this is my first time putting them on my labtop and i need to know how03:59
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arrickalex_, put all your question on one lin please03:59
boscoxanavim,  yes there is files/pictures03:59
dabaRalex_: when logging out, you can choose to save current session, don't know whether that is the same thing.03:59
ubotumauper: No idea, try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/03:59
xanavimbosco: do this->   "sudo mkdir /media/bosco_pics"04:00
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duelbootalex_ when you go System --> Log Out, there's an option at the top to save current setup04:00
xanavimbosco: then do this-> "sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /media/bosco_pics"04:00
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xanavimbosco: then tell me if anything is now in /media/bosco_pics04:00
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alex_amphi, how can i import them?04:01
boscoxanavim, mount: you must specify the filesystem type04:01
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boscoxanavim,  what  am i doing wrong04:02
arrickbosco, what kind of format is on your camera card?04:03
xanavimbosco: I don't know what filesystem it is... if mount doesn't recognize it, you will have to tell it what kind of filesystem04:03
boscoxanavim,  well then what kind of filesystem is it04:03
arrickbosco, what kind of card is it?04:03
gabbahisn't it possible to change the maximum size of a taskbar entry? I don't like it that only two entries take up the whole taskbar.. looks ugly :)04:03
dabaRsudo fdisk -l04:03
xanavimbosco: arrick might be able to help you on that one04:04
dabaRxanavim: use that command to find out.04:04
boscoarrick,  i am trying to access my diggital camera card on my labtop how do i access it04:04
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arrickbosco 'sudo fdisk -l04:04
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arrickto see wht kind of filesystem is on it04:04
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boscoDisk /dev/sda: 60.0 GB, 60011642880 bytes04:05
bosco255 heads, 63 sectors/track, 7296 cylinders04:05
boscoUnits = cylinders of 16065 * 512 = 8225280 bytes04:05
bosco   Device Boot      Start         End      Blocks   Id  System04:05
bosco/dev/sda1   *           1        7111    57119076   83  Linux04:05
bosco/dev/sda2            7112        7296     1486012+   5  Extended04:05
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bosco/dev/sda5            7112        7296     1485981   82  Linux swap / Solaris04:05
boscoarrick,  srry but that is what is on ti04:06
jariep1_bosco, use the pastebin04:06
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mauperbosco: cool digicam! ;)04:06
arrickhang on04:06
alex_how do you delete a folder ? what's the command?04:06
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boscosrry for not using pastbin04:06
boscoi am tired04:06
bosconot thinking right now04:06
linuxbobhi all. i need to find out how much disk space i'm using, but i used LVM and the Disk Properties applet can't tell me...04:06
jariep1_it's ok, but try to remember04:06
xanavimbosco: I don't see your card there.. how do you have it plugged in to your PC?04:06
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mauperlinuxbob: df04:07
arrickbosco, paste you fstab for me will you, to the pastebin/04:07
boscoxanavim,  i have it in the card slot you just slide it in just like you would a camera04:07
linuxbobthx mauper. is there a graphical utility?04:07
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xanavimbosco: your PC has a card reader?04:07
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boscoxanavim, yes it does04:07
xanavimbosco: is it a USB card reader?04:07
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arrickxanavim, yeah it is04:07
boscoxanavim,  no it is not04:07
mauperlinuxbob: gnome-applet: system monitor04:07
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boscoxanavim,  well it is just the card04:08
boscoarrick,  yes it is internal04:08
boscoarrick,  then maby it is04:08
arrickbosco, paste you fstab for me will you, to the pastebin/04:08
boscoarrick,  like i said i am new at this04:08
xanavimbosco: you've lost me then... I don't know about internal card readers04:08
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alex_is it possible to login in as an admin?04:08
arrickI know, so am I i just learn quicker than some04:08
alex_is there a profile for super users04:08
arricksudo root04:08
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uboturumour has it, nvidia is at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia or http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=5736804:09
ic56bosco: check the mount manpage.  Under `-t', it lists all the filesystem types that it knows about.04:09
arrickalex_, it is not advisable to log in as root04:09
ubotuBy default, the root password is locked in Ubuntu. Look at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/RootSudo for all information.04:09
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boscoic56,  i checked that ] 04:09
alex_what's the command to delete a folder?04:09
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linuxbobwow, ubuntu is awesome. i'm going to start making software for it. what's the preferred way? GTK and C++?04:09
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mauperarrick: why not login as root ? The "read mail read fast" command is even faster! ;)04:09
arrickic56, if I can get his fstab, I can make it appear magically04:09
dabaRalex_: rmdir it is removing a directory.04:10
ic56bosco: how do you know what device your card reader is? (how did you get /dev/sdb1 ?)04:10
nickrudalex_, rmdir if it's empty, rm -r if there's stuff in it and you want to delete it.04:10
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xanavimic56: I gave that to him, ubuntu defaults to that with usb cards04:10
fmasihelow how do i know ho is loged on my system via ssh and ho to kik tehm out ?04:10
boscoic56,  i dont know like i said i am new at this  and i dont know how to access it04:10
arrickit will also pick it up in his fstab04:10
boscoic56,  i have tried to google it and cant find out the answer so i came here for some help04:10
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ic56xanvim: ok so teh assumption is that it's a usb card reader.  Let's try this:04:11
IdleOnefmasi, type du -hs /home/*04:11
xanavimbosco: paste your fstab04:11
xanavimic56: no, he's got an internal card reader04:11
ic56bosco: mount -t ubfs /dev/sdb1 /media/bosco_pics04:11
fmasiIdleOne thx very mutch going to try it right now04:11
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xanavimbosco: into pastebin, of course, though04:11
boscoxanavim,  how do i find that out04:12
fmasiIdleOne aparently it only show me the home of user i nead to kno for exempple how meny root are loged in and kik them04:12
ubotuI heard 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 - You can install webboard for easy pasting from the gnome taskbar04:12
fmasii have root aces04:12
xanavimbosco: type cat /etc/fstab04:12
fmasii tryed who04:12
fmasibut dident show me all i whant04:13
xanavimbosco: er, type "cat /etc/fstab"04:13
IdleOnefmasi, im not sure how to do what you want sorry04:13
arrickxanavim, is that cause hes using diffent system?04:13
boscoxanavim,  go to pastbin it will be there04:13
arrickbosco what is the link?04:13
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boscoarrick,  one sec04:13
fmasiIdleOne i tryed ps aux ang killind the terminal but they come back04:14
kangpehhow do I do this: http://www.novell.com/products/desktop/img/preview_screenshots/menus-launcher.jpg04:14
amphifmasi: whowatch might be what you want04:14
IdleOnefmasi, who/what keeps comming back?04:14
fmasiif i do kill-9 in the pid of a terminal it comes back04:14
fmasiand a siple who dont show me all the roots04:15
ubotupastebin is, like, 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 - You can install webboard for easy pasting from the gnome taskbar04:15
kangpehDoes anyone know how to do this: op/img/preview_screenshots/menus-launcher.jpg04:15
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kangpehwoops, see above for the url lol04:15
kangpehits the coolest 'start menu' type thing htat i've ever seen.04:15
arrickis it under the name marc bosco?04:15
fmasiwhowatch only sho me my one login via ssh not the terminal in the local pc04:15
ic56fmasi: what do you mean by killing the pid of the terminal?04:15
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boscoarrick,  here it is http://pastebin.com/63372204:16
xanavimarrick: that says it's 52 mins old04:16
fmasiic56 i will past it04:16
LinuxJoneskangpeh: you'll have to wait till SLED becomes released04:16
nickrudLinuxJones, that's something new from novell?04:16
xanavimoh, that means it's probably sda204:16
KhaaaanIs XINE updated in Dapper?04:17
arricktheres no mount point for it in there bosco04:17
kangpehLinuxJones:  There's no way to plug that into Ubuntu Dapper Drake?04:17
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arrickhe used another pastebin xanavim04:17
boscoarrick,  i know so what do i do04:17
LinuxJonesnickrud: yeah, it's their next desktop for enterprise customers, It's gonna rock04:17
arrickhang on a minute04:17
nickrudLinuxJones, it does look pretty. Maybe I'll switch04:17
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boscoarrick,  i dont know what to do i have googled it asked around and here i am04:17
fmasiic56 http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1120004:17
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ic56xanavim: I disagree. sda2 would be the second partition of the `a' scsi disk.  the card reader, assuming it has a SCSI interface, will be a separate disk than his harddisk04:18
alex_is it possible to run xine with ubuntu?04:18
arrickbosco, have you had windows on that box?04:18
xanavimic56: ok04:18
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kangpehalaex: yes04:18
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LinuxJoneskangpeh: it's still in beta but I'm sure Gnome will incorporate much of thier work in the near future04:18
kangpehlinuxjones: cool04:18
arrickhis fstab doesnt have it04:18
kangpehlinuxjones: aight for now i guess i'll just switch to microsft windows dapper drake edition ;o04:18
fmasiic56 i am in debian sarge but i love ubuntu and use it at home and #ubuntu helps me mutch more the debian04:18
Servo888Are there any packages for the 2.6.16 kernel?04:18
arrickhey ic56 how do you restart fstab?04:18
rkalsiHi,Need help in getting wireless network working on ubuntu..Is there any preset support? any pointers ?04:19
boscoarrick,  nope not since i got it i installed ubuntu when i got it and never accessed my card on here i am ANTI-WINDOWS04:19
arrickme too04:19
Matthewvany1 here know how to compile MassStorage support into banshee...??04:19
kangpehrkalsi: well... for one, figure out what kind of wireless card you have.04:19
arrickyou ned the model of the card reader, was it in there when you bought it?04:19
LinuxJonesnickrud: >> http://www.novell.com/products/desktop/preview.html04:19
kangpehrkalsi: once you find/if you find wireless driver support for your wireless card04:19
st3v3dndDoes anyone know why Firefox crashes when I right click on a flash animation? Firefox v1.5.0.1 flashplayer-mozilla 7.0.2504:19
boscorkalsi,  go to wifi-radar in synaptic04:19
kangpehrkalsi: ubuntu will take care of the rest for you04:19
nickrudfmasi, the debian user mail list is a _lot_ more friendly than #debian, if you have some patience.04:19
LinuxJoneskangpeh: heh04:19
kangpehst3v3dnd:  file a bug report with mozilla firefox04:19
rkalsii was trying to use ndiswrapper04:19
uboturumour has it, wifi is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WiFiHowto04:20
kangpehst3vf3dnd: but search the bug database to see if twas already filed04:20
boscorkalsi,  well then sudo modprobe ndiswrapper then sudo dhclient wlan004:20
fmasinickrud the thing is i nead to make stuf whork for whesturday so dont have time for maling list etc....04:20
ic56bosco, arrick assuming the card does have a scsi interface, it might be /dev/sdb .  bosco, try mounting that device and see if what kind of error you get04:20
nickrudLinuxJones, novell did steal some great developers, didn't they04:20
alex_i want to install xine, i'm using ubuntu and it says if i want to install xine i must uninstall opera04:20
rkalsiGot stck at this point: "ln -s /usr/src/linux-<kernel-version> /lib/modules/VERSION/build"04:20
rkalsiI cant seem to find the src for that..04:20
LinuxJoneskangpeh: they have some videos on the novell site as well demoing the desktop04:20
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rkalsiI meand the kernel src04:21
nickrudfmasi, that is a good point, true04:21
st3v3dndkangpeh: Will do, thanks.04:21
kangpehlinuxjones:  you mean like the xgl and crap?  i have the xgl and compiz... isntalled ;o04:21
kangpehst3v3dnd: np04:21
arrickic56, most of the internals are usb or firewire04:21
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boscoic56,  mount: can't find /dev/sdb in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab04:21
LinuxJonesnickrud: I dunno if they stole them, it's basically Nat and Miguel (I think) who are behind this :)04:21
arrickbosco sdb004:22
fmasinickrud my bos gave me 4 server tu put to whork in 1 day and i dont have mutch experiance in that so i king of geting crasy04:22
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IdleOneamphi, you mentioned whowatch is that a package?04:22
nickrudLinuxJones, yes, I do believe you are correct :)04:22
kangpehfmasi:  are you kidding right now with the way you are typing, lol04:22
LinuxJoneskangpeh: yeah, there's a 1 hour demo on there , give me a sec to find it04:22
ic56bosco: you have to specify a mount point (= a directory on your harddisk).  Otherwise mount tries to use defaults from /etc/fstab and there is no entry in /etc/fstab for that disk.04:22
fmasinickrud i tryng to put some apache2 whyth mysql and php + some other stuf to whork then a sendmail and a bind04:22
nickrudfmasi, ohh, I do not envy you04:22
arrickactually, ic56 couldnt it be scd0?04:22
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amphiIdleOne: it is on debian...04:22
kangpehlinuxjones:  are you saying there is more that they are doing that i haven't seen with xgl server and compiz?04:23
ic56bosco: mount /dev/sdb /media/bosco_pics04:23
fmasii tiping becouse i nead to rest a bit04:23
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ralphoNo go04:23
IdleOneamphi, whowatch is a package on ubuntu also04:23
fmasii only have done a lpi 101 and 102 curse that all my knolage the rest is day to day ubuntu use04:23
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ic56fmasi: you didn't answer my question: what do you mean by killing the pid of a terminal?  terminals don't have pids.04:24
calidadGood night: Does anyone know the name of the program for watching Internet TV under Ubuntu ? Thanks04:24
amphiIdleOne: glad to hear it04:24
ralphoI have a pavillion zv600004:24
ralphoguess 64 bit dont like the chip set04:24
nickrudalex_, that's an interesting pickle you're in. The results from apt-get xine-ui should give you some idea of where the conflicts are04:24
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fmasii dont kno i just did a ps aux and soo some stuf whuth tty at the end and kiled it04:25
boulezI'm attempting to install Ubuntu onto a chunck of free drive space.  But the space shows up in the Ubuntu partitioner as "unusable".  Any ideas what I did wrong?04:25
nickrudcalidad, it depends on what format the tv is in04:25
oRxohey all, i'm having trouble with cedega and ubuntu.. is there any support here04:25
LinuxJoneskangpeh: beagle integration into the desktop is gonna revolutionize computing search technologies as we know it :)04:25
fmasiic56 i dident know what else to try so i did the ps and kiled waht ended whith root having a tty04:25
calidadnickrud: how I see that?04:26
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fmasibu if i dont log them out its ok ther is mutch whorst to be done04:26
nickrudcalidad, I'd suggest getting the firefox extension mediaplayerconnectivity (sp?) I've had the best success using that. It's pretty smart.04:27
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fmasii think i gona restar my job i will prbably come back for some help at some point04:27
fmasithx for the company04:27
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boscoic56, Password:04:27
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boscomount: you must specify the filesystem type04:27
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calidadnickrud: so TV is watched on firefox?04:27
BoelckeHi. Looking for some silly command line help.04:28
Servo888How do you remove gdm from starting up on boot?04:28
nickrudcalidad, thru firefox, yes. At least the stuff I've watched.04:28
ic56bosco: try:  mount -t ufs /dev/sdb /media/bosco_pics04:28
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xanavimic56: he can also get that error if there's no device attached04:28
ic56bosco: we know it's not ufs but it's easy to type.  The object is to see what hte error will be04:28
BoelckeTrying to run wolfgl (OpenGL Wolfenstein), and the install says to just unzip the files and run it, but "wolfgl" at the command line gives me a, "command not found."04:28
nickrudcalidad, there's a lot of stuff that requires explorer I hear, but since I don't use windows ....04:28
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arrickic56, does the ufs stand for universal file system?04:29
DBOServo888, for easy access to startup services sysv-rc-conf is a great utility04:29
BoelckeMaybe I'm not understanding something about executables in linux?04:29
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xanavimic56: oh, neat trick  :)04:29
calidadnickrud: Thanks... I supposed need use some like streamtuner04:29
xanavimarrick: no, unix04:29
arrickBoelcke, whats your ?04:29
eth0-noobdoes anyone here know how to run a freeciv game through to router so someone not on the router can join (already forwarded port)04:29
void^Boelcke: ./file to run file in the current directory.04:29
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tonyyarussoBoelcke: Likely, what's up?04:29
nickrudBoelcke, first try ./wolfgl in the directory where wolfgl exists04:29
eth0-noobdoes anyone here know how to run a freeciv game through to router so someone not on the router can join (already forwarded port)04:29
volcom_b0iwhat log would I check to see if a computer on my local network is scanning this box?04:30
nickrudcalidad, I've used streamtuner for music (just a touch) , it does video? :)04:30
volcom_b0iport scanning that is.04:30
rmlightningwhen setting up the printer on the laptop, will i need to install the printer driver even though the printer is not connected to the laptop?04:30
BoelckeAh, that's it!  Thanks so much.  Of course, I just got another error, but at least it's trying to execute it now!04:30
Servo888DBO, ok04:30
xanavimvolcom_b0i: honeypot software  :)04:30
eth0-noobdoes anyone here know how to run a freeciv game through to router so someone not on the router can join (already forwarded port)?04:30
arrickrmlightning, are you using cups?04:30
DBOvolcom_b0i, you could use ethereal to check04:30
volcom_b0ixanavim: is there a log already in place that would allow me to see past activity?04:30
rmlightningyes, i am trying to arrick04:30
eth0-noobdoes anyone here know how to run a civserver through a router so someone not on the router can join (already forwarded port)?04:31
arrickyou should be able to print and it will load the driver for you04:31
calidadnickrud: streamtuner is super for music; I try to know if there are some similar for TV04:31
xanavimvolcom_b0i: to my knowledge, ubuntu doesn't try to catch other people doing portscans of your box04:31
volcom_b0iwell the thing is, i want to see Past activity, I just installed psad, and i noticed it assigned a local ip address to the danger list, i found this interesting.04:31
arrickrmlightning, can you access cups from the laptop?04:31
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arricklocalhost:631 is the ad for it rmlightning04:31
DBOvolcom_b0i, no04:31
rmlightningno...how do u do that?04:31
nickrudcalidad, none that I've heard of.04:32
volcom_b0iand that list is based off of "known" trouble makers, so unless this local address is in my logs somewhere, I dont see why it would have adde dit.04:32
arrickrmlightning, ^^see last post04:32
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DBOvolcom_b0i, you can start logging future activity if you like, but by default ubuntu does not04:32
calidadnickrud: Thanks a lot... bye04:32
arrickDBO, how would one start the logging?04:32
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eth0-noobdoes anyone here know how to run a civserver through a router so someone not on the router can join (already forwarded port)?04:33
xanavimvolcom_b0i: because it tried to connect to your machine maybe?04:33
DBOarrick, there are lots of sniffers that will log output, such as ethereal04:33
arrickhow about input?04:33
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DBOyeah, it does both04:33
arrickI already have ethereal, havent used it though04:33
DBOsorry, I meant the output on your screen04:33
xanavimvolcom_b0i: what *kind* of local address?  on your intranet you mean?04:33
arrickoh ok04:33
volcom_b0ixanavim: I think so, it says it is TCP04:34
eth0-noobdoes anyone here know how to run a civserver through a router so someone not on the router can join (already forwarded port)?04:34
amphiarrick: tethereal and tcpdump are console equivs04:34
arrickvolcom_b0i, does it start with 192?04:34
volcom_b0ixanavim: yes, a local address, from my LAN04:34
arrickok thanks04:34
volcom_b0ixanavim: yes, I know exactly who the address belongs to04:34
DBOeth0-noob, we heard you already, please at least wait a little bit before asking agian04:34
xanavimvolcom_b0i: that's good  (:04:34
volcom_b0ixanavim: I wanted proof this person has been scanning me04:34
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arrickyou can only get future proof, vol04:35
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DBOvolcom_b0i, how solid does your proof need to be, because ethereal logs can be forged...04:35
xanavimvolcom_b0i: scanning is harmless, it's only a honeypot that is incriminating04:35
amphivolcom_b0i: why do you care?04:36
xanavimvolcom_b0i: depending on regional law, etc.04:36
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DBOxanavim, thats not entirely accurate, in the US running a Nessus scan on a remote host is a crime04:36
amphivolcom_b0i: you could always have something nasty listen on port 23 or something ;)04:36
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volcom_b0ihaha, yeah, I wanted proof for myself, before I did anything back :)04:37
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pastyhermithow do I remove the free java implementation!04:37
DBOvolcom_b0i, dont do anything back, if he is just doing nmap scans (fairly common) its not a big deal04:37
pastyhermitits slowing eclipse down like crazy04:37
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volcom_b0ialright, thanks, Ill run those programs in the future to log activity more closely.04:38
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amphipastyhermit: what free java implementation?04:38
arrickvolcom_b0i, where in the US are you?04:38
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nickrudpastyhermit, there's no reason to remove it, just install sun's java and make it the active java04:38
volcom_b0iarrick: Montana04:38
arrickIm in MI volcom_b0i, nice to meet you04:39
volcom_b0iI may just build a honeypot for this person....04:39
arrickdo it, then reroute it to fbi.com04:39
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DBOvolcom_b0i, it will trace back to your IP if you do that04:39
amphivolcom_b0i: you clearly have too much time on your hands04:39
mahanguor to microsoft.com :x04:40
arrickvolcom_b0i, they have a honeypot that logs and prosecutes04:40
mahangubut sorry, that banter is for #ubuntu-offtopic04:40
ubuntudbo could you tell me if there's any way I can compile on ubuntu04:41
volcom_b0iwell this person has since been, taken off the network, and now I have a problem with someone trying to get in the server, but now they spoof.04:41
DBOyes there is04:41
ubuntucould you tell me?04:41
Shadow_pillarwho here is familiar with making initrd images?04:41
nickrudubuntu, sudo apt-get install build-essential, it gets you a C complier04:41
ubotuIf you want to build software, you need the build-essential package to start with04:41
Shadow_pillarmkinitrd doesn't seem to work04:41
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ubuntudo i have to install it? not only on live?04:42
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Shadowpillaralso, I'm not an amatuer user04:42
arrickevening Shadowpillar04:42
DBOi dont believe live comes with it either, but you shouldnt be using live so extensively as to be compiling on it...04:42
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ic56ubuntu: you have to install it, AFAIK04:42
Shadowpillarbeen using linux for a while, I just dont mess with stuff like mkinitrd04:42
nickrudubuntu, live is not meant to be a complete operating system, it's a test system04:42
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ubotuAsk your question and we'll try to answer it.04:42
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ubuntuso y have to install it04:43
Shadowpillararrick: I'm trying to make a custom initrd image on ppc breezy so scsi drivers will load on boot04:43
tonyyarussoubuntu: You can apt-get things on a Live CD, but they'll eat your RAM.04:43
sHaDen8 all04:43
RomZes13i can't play mp3 =(04:43
DBOubuntu, unless you have a lot of RAM on your system, installing things through apt-get in general is not a good idea with live04:43
ubotuparse error: Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, nickrud04:43
ubotuhmm... mp3 is a non-free format. To enable mp3 capability, read https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats04:43
arrickyou;re asking the wrong person on that one, I havent even seent that question in the last week04:43
amphiShadowpillar: why not build the stuff you need to mount your / monolithically?04:43
Shadowpillarand it keeps exiting with the error "cpio:  /lib/ld.so.1" no such file or directory04:44
nickrudI always compiled that stuff in, to heck with initrd, that's for generic systems04:44
ubuntuthen i have to install the apt-?get04:44
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Shadowpillaramphi: clarify04:44
arrickShadowpillar, haev you installed any automount programs?04:44
nickrudubuntu, yes , apt-get install build-essential04:44
lali_how do i change my screen brightness on a laptop on ubuntu ?04:44
amphiShadowpillar: why do you want to use initrd at all?04:44
Shadowpillararrick: it isnt that04:45
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rmlightningarrick, i just downloaded a screenshot of my xp error that i am getting.  when u get a chance can u check it out please?04:45
Shadowpillararrick: it's when the system first boots it panics because it cant detect the scsi disks in my pmac 850004:45
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arrickrmlightning, what is the address of it?04:45
splashtkHi, I was wondering if anyone could help me with using my MAC formatted iPod nano in ubuntu.04:45
marcoproc en demarrant sous fluxbox !lol04:45
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amphiShadowpillar: you could build the hw support you need into your kernel, and obviate the need for initrd04:45
nickrudShadowpillar, so instead of compiling them as modules needing initrd, compile them directly into the kernel.04:46
BlueHeronsplashtk: i think you need to format it windows04:46
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arrickI need a link for it rmlightning04:46
BlueHeronsplashtk: have you tried using gtkpod ?04:46
ic56Shadowpillar: cpio is a copying program.  The error is telling you that it tried to copy /lib/ld.so.1 to the ramdisk you're building and couldn't find the ld.so.1  Look in /lib to see what you have.04:46
splashtkBlueHeron,  Yeah I read about that but I am not sure how to./04:46
Shadowpillarnickrud: I was trying to avoid the kernel compile method04:46
splashtkBlueHeron,  Yeah I have tried using gtkpod.04:46
BlueHeronsplashtk: i think you can just reformat it in gtparted04:46
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Shadowpillaric56: it's there, it's a syml;ink, which I think is the issue, and I'm not about to mess with it and disable half the system04:46
_jasonhow do i stop vnc after I started tightvnc using 'vncserver :1' ?04:46
nickrudShadowpillar, I'm lazy, never wanted to learn initrd. Of course, I gave up on user kernels around 2.6.2 or so04:46
RomZes13about mp3:    Failed to play: Could not open resource for writing.04:47
alex_what's the shortcut to kill a task04:47
amphinickrud: heh04:47
Shadowpillarnickrud: yanno, 604e ppc @ 120 mhz isnt fun to compile stuff on04:47
splashtkBlueHeron, where do I find gtkparted?04:47
alex_and bring up the process manager04:47
lali_Can anyone tell me how to change my screen brightness on ubuntu? im on a laptop04:47
BlueHeronsplashtk: sudo apt-get install gparted04:47
arrick_jason you're asking a question, not answering one?04:47
_jasonarrick: yep04:47
IdleOne!tell lali_ about fixres04:47
nickrudShadowpillar, point04:47
amphiShadowpillar: can you cross-compile on another box?04:47
splashtkBlueDevil, , thanks :)04:47
BlueHeronsplashtk: do you have AIM or MSN i can help you with this better on there04:47
arrickBlueHeron, your hot buttons for the hue resolution should work under ubuntu04:48
splashtkBlueHeron, Yeah.04:48
ShadowpillarI would need to download a bunch of crap over 56k04:48
nickrudShadowpillar, point two :)04:48
BlueHeronsplashtk: add me on msn @ fearthetrain@gmail.com if you have it04:48
LinuxJoneskangpeh, nickrud: go here for the sled demo >> http://www.novell.com/img/flash/load_stream.html?temp=1&id=brainshare2006monday_press_conference (requires flash :( )04:48
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Shadowpillarnickrud: takes an hour to add repositories04:49
arrickshould be a function+ button on your machine to change brightness BlueHeron04:49
splashtkBlueHeron, K just signing in :)04:49
lali_IdleOne : that didn't help, i need to change the brightness, not the screen res, the screen is sooo bright lol04:49
arrickShadowpillar, your on that slow fo a machine?04:49
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rmlightningheh.  yeah, that would be helpful...try http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1120104:49
ic56alex_ what do you mean by `shortcut'?04:49
lali_IdleOne I just want it to be les brighter so it doesn't destroy my eyes04:49
amphiShadowpillar: a large bunch of crap indeed - toolchain-source is 54MB04:49
nickrudShadowpillar, I lived at the bottom of a 3k pipe running debian unstable. I do feel your pain.04:49
arricklali_,  are you on a laptop?04:49
ShadowpillarKernel: Linux 2.6.12-10-686 | Distro: Debian/GNU testing/unstable | CPU: Pentium II (Deschutes) @ 399 Mhz | Mem usage: 161.0/314.1 MB (51%) | Swap usage: 85.3/333.6 MB (26%) | Disk usage(Maxtor 2B020H1): 7.6/18.0 GB (42%) | Uptime: 23 hrs 7 mins 45 secs04:50
Shadowpillarnot much better04:50
lali_thats why :(04:50
amphilali_: what laptop?04:50
splashtkBlueHeron,  says unable to connect :( Damnit :p04:50
nickrudLinuxJones, I have flash, & flashblock. I should file a bug with novell04:50
amphilali_: mine has Fn-foo combos to do that04:50
BlueHeronsplashtk: lol04:51
BlueHeronsplashtk: got aim?04:51
arrickask how to change the xp encrypted to transmit open username and password rmlightning04:51
arrickthats your problem here04:51
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alex_ic56, if i press ctl alt delete the processes come up04:51
lali_amphi so does mine04:51
lali_but when i press it, it doesn't do anything04:51
LinuxJonesnick click the link on the page that comes up04:51
alex_if i press alt+esc i can close a application04:51
arrickrmlightning, by default xp sends out passod encrypted and CUPS doesnt like it04:51
lali_amphi its a HP pavilion zv500004:51
splashtkBlueHeron, Nevermind I signed in :p04:51
nickrudLinuxJones, I did, it said I needed flash04:51
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LinuxJoneserr, nickrud04:51
LinuxJonesyou dont' have it ?04:51
LinuxJonesohh, sorry :)04:52
amphilali_: on my stinkpad, those keys Just Worked(TM) - you might find info for your laptop at linux-laptop.net and/or tuxmobil.org04:52
lali_thanks man04:52
rmlightningi didn't understand that first statement arrick.  how do i change the default in xp so cups will accept it?04:52
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arrickrmlightning, by default xp sends out passwords encrypted and CUPS doesnt like it04:53
arrickask how to change the xp encrypted to transmit open username and password rmlightning04:53
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Servo888Is mythtv .19 in draper?04:53
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LinuxJonesnickrud: I hate flash with a vengance, but I guess they want to make the demo available to most users04:53
arrickanyone help on this subject^^^^04:53
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nickrudServo888, 0.18.104:53
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rmlightningask on here arrick? or is there a better forum?04:54
emmieis anyone drunk?04:54
IdleOneLinuxJones, that novell link you poested I have a sound issue. I can see the video just fine but dont hear anything. can you help?04:54
arrickthis is the best forum for help on that04:54
amphiemmie: sadly not04:54
arrickor anything regarding ubuntu support for that matter04:54
nickrudLinuxJones, I have nothing against flash, except when I have 10 or more tabs open, it sometimes drive my machine into conniptions04:54
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JeshuaAny idea if its possible to create a right click script for opening properties as root [much like open as root, ubuntuguide] 04:55
arrickhey, rmlightning did you try to browse for the printer in CUPS?04:55
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mahanguanyone know how I can kill a tty? i cant type anything in teh CLI there, and had to open tty2 to continue04:56
rmlightningdoes anyone know how to change the xp encrypted password to transmit open username and password?04:56
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mahangurmlightning: ##windows may be of more help than this channel04:56
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vaderrmlightning, I think you have to log into xp andf then change it there, not sure though04:56
LinuxJonesIdleOne: I think you need to run gstreamer-properties and select alsa as the soundcard driver, but it might be an esd problem04:56
rmlightningarrick, i think so... can u give me specific instructions on browsing for the printer in cups??04:57
vadermahangu, sorry just finished as you got your answer up there04:57
ic56alex_ ctl-alt-del doesn't bring up a list of processes for me.  Are you using Ubuntu?  What version?04:57
amphimahangu: alt-sysrq-k in the hung vt should do it04:57
alex_I know it doesn't, but is it possible to do so?04:57
alex_i know in drapper it's possible.04:57
arrickopen browser, then type in localhost:63104:57
amphimahangu: you could try ctrl-q first though ;)04:57
arrickif it opens click on add printer04:58
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arrickand "IF" that opens check the radio button for browse04:58
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ic56alex_: yes, it can be done but I don't know how.04:58
Cloud_tmanyobody feel like helping this n00b out?04:58
Cloud_tmDial-up help04:58
amphiCloud_tm: just ask your question04:59
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arrickCloud_tm, ask your question, most people will answer that know04:59
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ubotuAsk your question and we'll try to answer it.04:59
umurI have a konqueror with 3 google searchbars on it. How can I correct this weird thing?04:59
Cloud_tmwell my question really is04:59
Cloud_tmI need help setting it up04:59
arrickCloud_tm, write it on one line please04:59
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Cloud_tmI try, but it can't find the modem04:59
rmlightningarrick, it already lists my printer in there.  should i add the printer again using localhosts:631?04:59
mahanguvader: what key is sysrq?05:00
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arrickif it lists your printer, you need to set permissions to use it05:00
vadermahangu, no idear05:00
orbinCloud_tm: what sort of modem is it?05:00
arrickdid you follow the cups tutorial? rmlightning05:00
Cloud_tmI need help setting up my modem so I can connect on Ubuntu with dial-up05:00
amphimahangu: ak printscreen05:00
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amphimahangu: *aka05:01
mahanguamphi: sorry, i meant to trigger you, not vader05:01
alex_i'm having problems playing back avi files05:01
arrickCloud_tm, what kind of modem?05:01
nickrudCloud_tm, what kind of mode05:01
alex_do i need special codecs and where can i download them?!05:01
mahanguamphi: thanks, ctrl+q did it05:01
robert__is automatix safe?05:01
ubotudialup is, like, https://wiki.ubuntu.com//DialupModemHowto05:01
mahangu!tell alex_ about w32codecs05:01
orbinubotu: tell alex_ about restricted05:01
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Cloud_tmits internal05:01
Madpilotrobert__, not really...05:01
nickrudCloud_tm, that page will step you through setting up your modem, if it's possible05:01
amphimahangu: you might want to cat /proc/sys/kernel/sysrq to make sure magic sysrq is enabled05:01
Madpilot!tell robert__ about automatix05:01
mahanguany irrsi users?05:01
amphimahangu: yeah05:02
mahanguamphi: ok thanks05:02
rmlightningi followed the tutorial in ubuntu on setting up cups to get a xp system to print when printer is attached to ubuntu system05:02
Cloud_tmsoftware modem I believe05:02
Cloud_tmI have another question05:02
ShadowpillarBEST WAY TO USE DIALUP IN LINUX: hardware modem, true hardware modem as well, one that doesn't require drivers. us robotics or best data makes ones that do not discriminate05:02
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RomZes13thx for mp3 help!05:03
orbinShadowline: absolutely.  i dug up this old usr one and am using a serial->usb converter05:03
nickrudRomZes13, that page has a lot more about non-free media playback, you should work your way through it all05:03
arrickWhos really good with CUPS in here?05:03
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rmlightningwas there a better cups tutorial somewhere arrick?05:03
Cloud_tm$ cd ~/Desktop05:04
Cloud_tm $ gunzip scanModem.gz05:04
Cloud_tm $ chmod +x scanModem05:04
Cloud_tm $ ./scanModem05:04
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arrickhang on let them read my question05:04
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ubotu[pastebin]  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 - You can install webboard for easy pasting from the gnome taskbar05:04
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arrickCloud_tm, read the pastebin thingy05:04
Cloud_tmIt gives me several error05:04
Cloud_tmso amny rules ughh @_@05:04
arricknp :-05:04
zezuthis no root thing is really getting on my nerves after a few weeks05:04
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zezui mean if you plug in a usb device05:04
amphiCloud_tm: which winmodem do you have the misfortune to have?05:04
zezuit auto mounts it05:04
nickrudCloud_tm, don't worry about it, it's just that this channel gets so busy you might scroll other stuff off the screen05:04
matkalmodem ?05:05
zezuand you have to unmount it for it to even write the data to the thing05:05
matkalwho uses modems anymore ?05:05
zezubut you dont have permissions to umount it05:05
nickrudI fax.05:05
zezub/c your not root and there are no superusers05:05
arrickzezu, you can set it so that is doesnt autop mount in fstab05:05
matkalno idependent machine for it ?05:05
zezuit really really defeats the entire purpose of not having a root, to have to use sudo all the damn time05:05
nickrudI will be living at the bottom of a tight pipe soon.05:05
arrickte entry stays there05:05
orbinCloud_tm: pastebin the errors05:05
amphimatkal: many people don't have access to anything better05:05
zezuarrick, automount is not the bad thing there05:05
matkalnickrud: sorry, good luck05:05
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nickrudmatkal, I'll just pull out some old scripts again, and do the overnight dance :)05:06
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euso corro05:06
arrickzezu, yeah, but I cant remember how to set it to unmount after read automatically05:06
Cloud_tmmmy modem is the following: Agere Win Modem (COM3)05:06
ubotuPor favor use #ubuntu-br (/j #ubuntu-br) para ajuda em portugues. Obrigada.05:06
arrickzezu, I remember reading in the wiki about how to do it though05:07
nickrudCloud_tm, check out that !dialup page05:07
znickrud: lol05:07
rmlightningarrick: when i press one of the buttons on localhost:631 it asks for a username and password.  how do i setup a username and password?05:07
zI am really liking this ubuntu server release05:07
arrickon the ubuntu system05:07
zezuwell getting it to unmount itself would be impossible unless it pops up a msg box asking you if you are done and would like to unmount that would be annoying too05:07
arrickrmlightning, ^^05:07
nickrudz I downloading a new X was sometimes a 3 night dance :)05:07
zezujust really need to give the user permission to do normal things05:07
zezubeats the whole security thing out05:08
amphiCloud_tm: agere winmodems are supported in the vanilla kernel IIRC05:08
zI am not even in x05:08
rmlightningyes, on the ubuntu system05:08
zI am in terminal05:08
znickrud: what do you do ?05:08
arrickz how'd you do that?05:08
ic56zezu: I think, if you own the device, you can mount/umount it without being root.  Some unix systems arrange for the user who logs in at the keyboard to own all media devices.  Dunno if Ubuntu does that but it can be arranged.05:08
zezui think removing root makes it less secure probably, because your standard user will need root privs to do anything05:08
amphiz: yeah, I'm relaxing in fb console myself05:08
nickrudz I run homeless shelters05:08
zezuic56, that would make more sense05:08
zezuto be a desktop OS05:08
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alex_i downloaded the w32 codecs, the avi movie plays but no audio.05:09
arrickyou can change ownership in fstab as well zenrox05:09
zezulinux is still very lacking in the desktop OS world ;|05:09
arrickwant a template05:09
znickrud: wow thats great!05:09
amphizezu: gnu screen makes a lovely desktop ;)05:09
znickrud: in houston texas ?05:09
nickrudz yes05:09
zezualex_, do you have audio elsewhere?05:09
truz24how can you determine which flight you have installed?05:09
zamphi: its awesome05:09
truz24flight5, 6, etc?05:09
alex_Yes zezu05:09
alex_ill close xmms05:09
zezuwhat player?05:09
zamphi: are u running some kind of server ?05:10
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zezutotem ?05:10
alex_you mean open?05:10
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alex_or installed05:10
zezuare you trying to use05:10
alex_i'm using xine to playback the movie05:10
fmasiei lets supose i foked my apache and nead to remove all php and all apache to reinstall it how do i do that05:10
zezutotem-xine ?05:10
arrickzezu, do you know how to change ownership of the drive?05:10
amphizezu: no, this is on my laptop - I do use X, but not that much05:10
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alex_just xine05:10
MaveRiCk_StHhey room05:11
nickrudamphi, you are a masochist :)05:11
zezuarrick, no not really, but its changes since its sda*05:11
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ubuntuqe tal05:11
rmlightningarrick: did i miss something?  sorry. been doing 2 things at once05:11
MaveRiCk_StHanyone got any idea on how to fix broken packages ?05:11
Cloud_tm_Hello, sorry is was d/c05:11
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nickrudMaveRiCk_StH, start with sudo apt-get -f install05:11
zezualex_,  no clue then, try to find its settings and use ALSA it prob uses OSS by default or smth05:11
fmasii nead to remove all apache and php how to do it05:11
ubotuinfo for syncing your iPod is at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IPodHowto05:11
amphinickrud: heh, no, I like console - irssi, mutt, w3m, et al. ;)05:11
zanyone know how to get postgresql 8.0 running in breezy ?05:11
carboHi, I can't mount my cdrom drive... i get the error "block device /dev/scd0 is write-protected, mounting read-only". Sound juicer works, but only as root... any ideas?05:11
arrickrmlightning, you hae to set up the users in ubuntu as well as a group05:11
zezualex_, actually i have hte same problem in both VLC and totem-xine atm05:12
zezuthe *05:12
Cloud_tm_Ill reapeat my question: Need help setting up my Modem for dial-up - Agere Win Modem (COM3)05:12
amphicarbo: cdroms are, er, read only05:12
arrickbrenner, you hiding on here somewhere, please pm me.05:12
zezubut i had it working before just fine, mostly happens in .ogm files only05:12
amphiCloud_tm_: have a look at linmodems.org05:12
Cloud_tm_I have05:12
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rmlightninghow do u do that arrick?  i am new to this, but determined to figure it out05:12
carboamphi: yeah but it still doesn't mount05:12
munzirHi, I want to set my DocumentRoot to /var/www/html where this html is a symlink to another directory, can I?05:12
zezumight just be AC3 audio that needs a codec that isn't installed but i dont know why it doesn't say anything05:12
arrickrmlightning, hang on05:12
ubotuDid you get hit by a windmill? Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, arrick05:13
ic56carbo: the error is innocuous.  Are you sure the drive doesn't get mounted?05:13
ubotuarrick: parse error: Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/05:13
zezuanyways i'm back to wintendo for a while, got work to do, cya05:13
ubotuNot a clue. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, arrick05:13
arrick_jason, where is the wiki on setting up users and stuff?05:13
amphiCloud_tm_: what module[s]  are you using?05:13
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carboic56: yeah. I have the disk mounter applet in my panel and it used to work fine for both audio and data CDs.. now it keeps throwing me this error05:13
Cloud_tm_what do you mean?05:13
_jasonarrick: not sure about the wiki.  Easiest way imo is 'sudo adduser foo'05:13
amphiCloud_tm_: this is a laptop?05:13
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nickrudarrick, there's no reall good wiki page on users yet05:14
arrickok thanks,05:14
Cloud_tm_Im trying thins froma Live CD05:14
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_jasonarrick: you can use the gui to with system > administration > users and groups05:14
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arrickI've seen what I need, rmlightning I'll be back in a bit, gotta find it05:14
Cloud_tm_testting them out first05:14
forkmantisHello all05:14
amphiCloud_tm_: that may well not have a suitable driver05:14
forkmantisI've recently installed and started using wpa_supplicant05:14
arrick_jason, trying to help out rmlightning with CUPS setup, so he can access from a xp machine05:14
Cloud_tm_Whats not a suitable driver?05:14
rmlightningthnax so much arrick05:15
forkmantisprior to that, I was using samba so that my wife and I could copy files to and from my PC05:15
amphiCloud_tm_: IIRC the ltmodem driver works with [some]  agere winmodems05:15
forkmantisand I would ssh in to my PC from my laptop05:15
Cloud_tm_itmodem you say?05:15
forkmantisafter installing wpa_supplicant, I can no longer ping or ssh into my pc.05:15
amphiCloud_tm_: ltmodem (that's a lowercase 'L')05:15
Cloud_tm_ill look for it05:15
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Cloud_tm_thanks >_>05:16
forkmantisI am, however, able to ssh into my PC from work05:16
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amphiCloud_tm_: winmodems are a bastard - for a desktop you might as well just get a real modem05:16
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MaveRiCk_StHhow do I find if there are any broken packages on my system05:16
alex_Does anyone know why i can't playback movies properly? audio doesn't play.. i downloaded the w32 codecs05:16
zwhat is the movie source ?05:17
zwhat player are you using ?05:17
vaderalex_, what are you using?05:17
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forkmantisalex_: I'm pretty sure I remember reading a howto on getting sound to work properly in Ubuntu after installation05:17
forkmantisit was in the wiki under "post installation"05:17
zis sound broken period ?05:17
me2winOMG!!! Ponies!05:17
alex_vader i'm using xine05:18
mrmuddI have an external drive that is plugged in and powered on but Ubuntu cannot see it. Any ideas on how to find and mount this drive?05:18
amphimrmudd: usb?05:18
McPantsOk this is a stupid question but how do I find the terminal command once I install something?05:18
zanyone here get postgresql 8.0 working with breezy ?05:18
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vadernot my cup of tea alex_ I use Mplayer05:18
alex_sound works, i can listen to mp3s in xmms05:18
alex_Mplayer is better?05:18
arrickforkmantis, does your card support the wpa_supplicant?05:18
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nomasteryodahowdy people05:19
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forkmantisarrick: not sure...05:19
nomasteryodathat's a bad nick05:19
vaderdon't know alex_ I had a programmer showit to me a year or so ago and I use it05:19
forkmantisarrick: is there an easy way to find out?05:19
Cloud_tm_whats a good Ltmodem driver?05:19
arrickrmlightning, use this guide http://www.linuxtopia.org/online_books/system_administration_books/ubuntu_starter_guide/ch06.html05:19
McPantsanyone? why the heck are the commands different than the synaptic package names??05:20
nomasteryodaanyone know why USB to USB copy would be running at USB 1.1 speeds and it's USB2 cables and drives and PC Card05:20
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orbinmrmudd: does it show up when you type: sudo fdisk -l ?05:20
arrickforkmantis, is your card wireless on your laptop?05:20
zalex_: try vlc05:20
rmlightningarrick, thanx.  i am there now05:20
forkmantisarrick: the wireless card is on a PC05:20
mrmuddarrick: Hold on, I'll check.05:20
carboMcPants: what programs in particular?05:20
amphiCloud_tm_: google will know05:20
tuxkerenhowdy, nany body can help me to play dvd on my ubuntu desktop. what must I do to get my ubuntu can play dvd and mp3?05:20
arricknomasteryoda, is your internal usb 1.1?05:20
arrickor 2.0?05:20
amphituxkeren: mplayer and libdvdcss05:21
Xnoshi... i recently installed the intel pro wireless on my inspiron 6400, but every time i bootup, i need to load the module, can be this automatically at startup05:21
nomasteryodaarrick, the pcmcia card is usb205:21
Cloud_tm_I suppose so05:21
nomasteryodaand that is what i'm using05:21
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orbinubotu: tell tuxkeren about restricted05:21
McPantssynaptic says xmame-sdl now I have to guess the new command...05:21
amphituxkeren: and libdvdread perhaps05:21
arrickforkmantis, your wireless probably isnt configured for the wpa05:21
mrmuddNo. Only an old 60GB NTFS volume and the primary SATA drive upon whcih Ubuntu is installed.05:21
forkmantisarrick: I bought a card with the Atheros AR5212 chipset05:21
Cloud_tm_whats a .deb file?05:21
nomasteryodaarrick, it reports a finish time of over 3 hours05:21
amphiCloud_tm_: a debian package file05:21
nomasteryodafor 110GB file copy process05:22
tuxkerenamphi: can you give me that repository....05:22
forkmantisarrick: by "my wireless probably isn't configured for wpa" do you mean my wireless on my pc, on the router, or on our laptops?05:22
carboMcPants: isn't there a shortcut in your menu after installing?05:22
Cloud_tm_will debian work in ubuntu?05:22
McPantsis there a way to find all the commands installed on your system?05:22
forkmantisI am successfully connecting to the internet via the WLAN from all three machines in the house05:22
forkmantisand the two laptops can talk to each other05:22
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nickrudCloud_tm, no, not dependably05:22
orbinXnos: add it to /etc/modules ?05:22
forkmantisbut neither laptop can see the PC (that I'm typing on right now) from inside the WLAN05:22
McPantsno, it's not a gnome app, just a standard command05:22
arrickforkmantis,  are you direct connecting to the two machines?05:22
carboMcPants: there is tab-completion in the terminal.. meaning you type "xma", press tab, and it might fill up the rest for you05:22
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tuxkerenI know that restricted. but have nice os but can't play dvd is not enaugh.05:23
forkmantisarrick: I've tried pinging and ssh-ing by ip05:23
forkmantisfrom the laptops to the pc05:23
nickrudCloud_tm, just about everything that's available in debian is in ubuntu, they sync with debian before a release05:23
Cloud_tm_ubuntu-ltmodem-2.6.10-5-386_8.31a13_i386.deb, and how to install05:23
Cloud_tm_im hoping that will work05:23
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mahanguforkmantis: do a netstat -r on the pc?05:23
amphi!tell tuxkeren about mplayer05:23
McPantscarbo: nope, i'm guessing it's some different cryptic command05:24
forkmantismahangu: just did that... what am I looking for?05:24
healot"sudo dpkg -i <filename>", Cloud_tm05:24
nickrudCloud_tm, that probably won't work, it's for the wrong kernel: 2.6.10-5 , breezy has 2.6.1205:24
zhow do I update the locate database05:24
carboMcPants: how about just 'mame', or isn't there a shortcut in your menu?05:24
orbintuxkeren: i made ubotu send you a wiki page05:24
mahanguforkmantis: what is your gateway set to? what is your local ip05:24
mahanguforkmantis: is your router/hub allocating IPs on DHCP? or is it static?05:24
orbintuxkeren: it can play dvd, it just can't ship w/ support for legal reasons05:25
forkmantismahangu: the laptops are on DHCP05:25
McPantscarbo: there is no shortcut, it has to be run from a command line, and i've tried mame, and a lot of things05:25
forkmantisand the pc is getting a static IP05:25
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amphiMcPants: ls /sbin /usr/sbin /bin /usr/bin ;)05:25
ic56McPants: to find all commands on your system, do this:05:25
forkmantisI don't see my local ip in netstat -r05:25
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rmlightningarrick, still a bit confused.  i already have a username set.  do i just need to create a group for my printer and allow my username to be used for it?05:25
Cloud_tm_Make a note to include the following to Ubuntu users. The kernel-version may have to be different sometimes, but the pattern will be the same.05:25
Sven_vBhi :)05:25
forkmantisbut my default destination is showing the correct gateway05:25
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healotcarbo, its "xmame"05:25
robert__Can somebody help me05:26
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ic56McPants: for j in `echo $PATH |tr : ' '`; do ls $j; done05:26
amphirobert__: who knows?05:26
arrickrobert__ just ask your question05:26
ubotuAsk your question and we'll try to answer it.05:26
ubotuIf you do not actually ask a question, we can not actually help you.05:26
mahanguarrick: that's the one05:26
robert__when i run ./congfigure05:26
nickrudwelcome, robert__  :)05:26
forkmantismahangu: network troubleshooting is kind of new to me, so I'm not sure about commands like netstat and such05:26
robert__the log says i need an acceptable c compiler05:26
Sven_vBi have 2 soundcards and no sound so far. i think ubuntu uses the first SC, which is broken :( how do i configure which one to use?05:26
mahanguforkmantis: want to come in #ubuntu-offtopic, so we dont flood this channel? I can help for a while, so let's do this.05:26
nickrudrobert__, sudo apt-get install build-essential05:26
robert__anyone shed some light on this?05:26
arrickorbin can help with that05:27
amphirobert__: apt-get install build-essential05:27
ic56McPants: if you're just trying to find out the name of the executable contained in a package, locate the package in apt-get's cache and run dpkg -L on it.05:27
arrickor amphi05:27
forkmantisI'll meet you there, mahangu05:27
silvaranrobert__: start with sudo apt-get install build-essential05:27
vaderamphi, ty I could not remember that one05:27
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rmlightningarrick: can i name the group anything i want?  such as printer?05:27
amphivader: ?05:27
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XYZzzzzhi, i am a newly ubuntu convert05:27
arrickhang on, let me look at mine05:27
amphivader: ah05:27
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arrickcups has a group you haev to add your name to05:28
amphiXYZzzzz: your halo burns brightly ;)05:28
arrickInstallet36 you onw here?05:28
healotrmlightning, the group "printer" does exists by ubuntu default install05:28
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amphiMcPants: try ls /sbin /usr/sbin /bin /usr/bin | wc -l to see how many there are05:28
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nickrudhealot, I think you mean lpadmin?05:30
rmlightninghealot, i don't see it listed under my groups :(05:30
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McPantsthere's a lot but that doesn't tell me what it is05:30
Cloud_tm_How do you oficaaly pronounce "Ubuntu"05:30
ic56McPants: if you're just trying to find out the name of the executable contained in a package, locate the package in apt-get's cache and run dpkg -L on it.05:31
IamEthosPartition Magic is insisting that my Fat32 drive is Linux Ext205:31
rmlightningi see lpadmin...can i just modify that group to have me as the user??05:31
robert__where do i get zlib05:31
healotoo boon too :)05:31
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mahanguCloud_tm_: Oo boon too05:31
nickrudrmlightning, type groups in a terminal, it'll tell you the groups you belong to05:31
silvaranIamEthos: Do an fdisk or cfdisk and change the partition type.05:31
McPantsic56: where would the package be?05:31
Cloud_tm_or is just how you pronounce that>05:31
mahanguoh sorry, didn't see you healot05:31
nickrudrmlightning, if you're not in lpadmin,  sudo adduser <you> lpadmin05:31
Cloud_tm_never mind05:31
Cloud_tm_thanks guys05:31
IamEthosslvaran: does that involve formatting?05:31
IamEthosobviously it does05:32
silvaranIamEthos: Nope, but it does involve making changes to the partition table...05:32
silvaranIamEthos: Backup if you can :(05:32
IamEthosbecause Windows is recognizing it as Fat3205:32
robert__where can i get zlib05:32
IamEthosLinux is recognizing it as Fat3205:32
amphiCloud_tm_: 'ubuntu' rhymes with 'pteranodon'05:32
arrickhey anyone using cups, what is the default group for cups?05:32
nickrudrmlightning, a good rule of thumb: don't edit /etc/passwd or /etc/group directly05:32
IamEthosbut PM sees it as Ext205:32
ic56McPants: /var/cache/apt/archives/05:32
healotI mean by default, the first user you created is in "lpadmin" and "admin"05:32
healotIamEthos, version 7?05:33
Cloud_tm_thats a first; one of you pros acutally has a since of humor05:33
Cloud_tm_no offense ^_^05:33
ic56!tell robert__ about build05:33
healotversion 8 should perceive ext3 as ext305:33
arrickrmlightning, nickrud you can add yourself to the lpadmin, I've been trying to reember the name of the group but thats it05:33
IamEthosHealot: version 805:33
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arrickbut you can do this through the gui as well05:33
IamEthosbut it's a Fat32 drive05:33
rmlightningnickrud, i am in lpadmin, but in localhost:631 it won't accept my username and password05:33
robert__i ran build essensial already05:33
IamEthosI formatted it as Fat32 in linux05:34
robert__anything else?05:34
IamEthosit's showing as Ext205:34
orbinrobert__: use an apt tool and search for it?05:34
nickrudrmlightning, do this:    sudo adduser cupsys shadow && sudo invoke-rc.d cupsys restart05:34
nickrudrmlightning, it's not obvious, but necessary to use localhost:631.  After you do that, log in with your regular username & password05:34
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healotIamEthos, try to format a partition in PM (in Windows), try ext3... it SHOULD shows an ext3 partition05:34
Sven_vBhow do i tell ubuntu to use my secondary soundcard instead of the primary (broken) one?05:35
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orbinrobert__: look for the one with -dev in it if you're compiling05:35
IamEthosHealot: I don't want ext305:35
IamEthosI want Fat3205:35
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vaderSven_vB, right click on the sound Icon and choose properties, then choose the correct one05:35
Sven_vBvader: thx05:36
vaderyw Sven_vB05:36
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healotoh, so just select "fat32" then05:36
arricknickrud, the localhost:631 will not allow a user in unless added to the lpadmin group05:36
Sven_vBvader: do you mean the speaker next to the clock?05:36
amphiIamEthos: mkfs -t vfat /dev/whatever05:36
vaderSven_vB, yes05:36
healotIamEthos, may you didn't have the right to write to partition while in Linux?05:36
Cloud_tm_well, wish me luck guys05:36
Cloud_tm_gonna go try to get internet working05:36
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cerebrixso umm. forum mods and dev type people.  please tell me we have an april 1 prank ready and waiting for ubuntu.com05:37
nickrudarrick, true, but also ubuntu disabled logging into :631 at all; what I gave above re-enables it05:37
vaderluck Cloud_tm_05:37
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healotbtw IamEthos, do you know that PM v8 can browser among ext3 filesystems?05:37
amphiCloud_tm_: you'll need more than luck05:37
Madpilotcerebrix, hmm... :P05:37
IamEthosyeah, but I prefer Fat32 in this case05:37
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healotcerebrix, unless you don't want to be fooled, maybe we can setup something for you?05:37
McPantsgrr, i dont see the .deb in the cache after installing, but it shows up as installed in sypantic05:37
cerebrixits april first, best 24 hours all year on the net05:37
IamEthosthe drive isn't for linux05:37
cerebrixyou guys see what slashdot did already?05:38
IamEthosjust for storage between Windows and Linux05:38
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cerebrixim still crying05:38
cerebrixi just think it would be cool if we announced something in the spirit of april 1 thats all.  god i love a good prank05:38
healotI am not the original prankster :)05:39
rmlightninggot it nickrud... thanx tons.  i will try to setup my xp system again now05:39
mahangubest cli mail client?05:39
arrickoh ok05:39
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nickrudarrick, just another quirk here :)05:39
arrickthanks nickrud I didnt catch that, can you pm the same info so i can save it please, I get this qquestion a lot05:39
amphimahangu: mutt05:40
nickrudarrick, sudo adduser cupsys shadow && sudo invoke-rc.d cupsys restart05:40
healotmutt :)05:40
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amphimahangu: fetchmail can do pop3 for you05:40
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healotbut I do prefer "pine" even though it is no longer "free"05:40
mahanguamphi: what is more usable?05:41
amphiI used pine for a while, before mutt - I can't say I miss pine05:41
tonyyarussocerebrix: Check your pm for a simple but very confusing prank.05:41
amphimahangu: I'd say pine was easier to learn, but mutt is easier to use05:41
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amphihealot: was pine ever free?05:42
nickrudI learned mutt on LFS, because I had nothing but a console. Jeff, thank you for garnome :)05:42
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Viking667Define "free"05:42
healotit was "free" :)05:42
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uboturumour has it, nvidia is at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia or http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=5736805:43
amphihealot: oh, I thought it was always under some wierd license05:43
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smee56what is better gentoo or ubuntu05:43
amphimahangu: but pine includes pico, which is a Bad Thing05:43
amphismee56: yes05:44
troyb1aphi i h have downloaded pine just to get pico =P05:44
mahanguamphi: so nano is a bad thing?05:44
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vaderI have never been able to compile Gentoo, Ubuntu is more of a Cooooooooooooooool thing05:44
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nickrudnano is 'free'05:44
amphitroyb1: dear me ;)05:44
rmlightningnickrud: in xp, when i click on connect to a printer on the internet and put in 'localhost:631/printers/psc-1510' it says that windows can not connect to the printer...it never gives me a chance to put in a username or password05:44
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TimMI always install nano so I don't have to install pine for pico.05:44
user_I'm having trouble getting QEmu to work.05:44
amphimahangu: yes - definitely for emergencies only05:44
troyb1amphi but i dont use gento soo :(05:44
amphitroyb1: nor I05:44
nickrudrmlightning, you have to use the exact name that ubuntu used for the printer, if I remember correctly.05:45
racterthis question may not be specifically related to this channel - but i'm using ubuntu and trying to find a program for downloading websites for offline browsing; any reccommendations?05:45
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amphiuser_: could you be more vague? ;)05:45
user_amphi: Ha! Probably not.05:45
troyb1i use a highly locked down version CentOS with a customized Grsec kernel :|05:45
nickrudrmlightning, I've never done it personally, just kinda watched & helped someone work his way through it months ago.05:45
troyb1all i know is my security logs get fairly large :|05:45
user_amphi: Well, I downloaded it. However, it won't even open.05:45
amphiuser_: open?05:45
nickrudrmlightning, by the way, I'd throw that 1510 into a garbage bin somewhere, if I could I'd do it to mine :)05:46
robert__!tell robert__ about zlib05:46
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ubotuhmm... nvidia is at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia or http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=5736805:46
user_amphi: Or run, load, execute...05:46
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amphiuser_: what error are you getting?05:46
orbinracter: wget?05:46
Vashdeath_: !ati05:46
racterorbin: is there an option with wget to recursively linked pages on the same host?05:46
user_amphi: none, sir. It just will not execute.05:46
troyb1[tabmeister@phreak ~] $ ls /05:46
troyb1ls: /: Permission denied05:46
troyb1errr woops :|05:46
user_amphi: not even a console opens.05:46
tuxkerenOk thanks a lot on your help.05:47
rmlightningnickrud, in ubuntu my printer says PSC-1510...that is what i typed into xp05:47
amphiuser_: are you just clicking on something?05:47
user_amphi: Keep in mind. I am a Linux novice.05:47
rmlightningnickrud: u have a 1510 also?? :)05:47
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user_amphi: I click qemu 1st. Then, I tried some of the example that come with it.05:47
ic56racter: wget -r05:47
user_amphi: I alos used QEmu for Windows.05:47
racteric56: thx!05:48
amphiuser_: run it in an xterm05:48
nickrudrmlightning, yes, unfortunately. I had to buy one 'right now' and that's what I got. and i think CAPS matter in this case05:48
troyb1something tells me my permissions are too tight :|05:48
amphiuser_: with appropriate arguments (disk/cd device, boot device)05:48
user_amphi: Here is a perfect example. I have no idea what xterm means. ;)05:48
amphiuser_: a terminal05:48
racterwget -r works great!05:48
user_amphi: Ahhh...05:48
rmlightningnickrud.  i was in the same boat.  my epson went dead without notice and was in a hurry to get another one.  i have it typed in with caps in xp...still no luck :(05:49
amphitroyb1: can't be too careful these days ;)05:49
mahanguhow do i configure mutt? i cant find a config screen? i mean set servers etc05:50
nickrudrmlightning, I have never networked a printer with xp, so I really have no useful advice05:50
healotrmlightning, if you're in breezy, check out the bug about printing in ubuntu's launchpad05:50
McPantshow do you do search afile in xfce? or what is the terminal command?'05:50
amphimahangu: I use fetchmail to get mail from pop and imap servers05:50
ic56mahangu: use fetchmail to download from gmail via pop3 into your /var/spool/mail then use /usr/bin/mail (aka mailx) to read the messages from the spool.  This is a two step process and you may find it cumbersome.  other MUAs (Mail User Agents) can use POP3 directly.  I use MH.  It's very powerful but also hard to learn.05:50
user_amphi: It returned - "bash: exec: qemu: not found05:50
_jasonMcPants: locate file05:50
rmlightninghealot.  what is the addy?05:51
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user_amphi: however, I used "ls" and qemu is there.05:51
amphiuser_: where?05:51
user_amphi: In the directory i am in.05:51
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healotyou want the specific bugs page, or jsut the launchpad?05:51
_jasonMcPants: or find, or whereis.  If the database hasn't been updated since the file was created you may have to run 'sudo updatedb' for the locate command to find it05:51
cjoneshow to i pu;; u0p- terminal ?05:51
amphimahangu: you can find a sample config in /usr/share/doc/mutt/examples/sample.muttrc.gz - you can cp that to ~/.muttrc and tweak it to your desire05:51
healothttps://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/ >> Ubuntu's launchpad05:51
cjoneshow to i pull up terminal ?05:52
amphiuser_: try ./qemu05:52
user_amphi: I just installed Ubuntu minutes ago. So, I could not have messed it up already.05:52
user_amphi: yes.05:52
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_jasoncjones: applications > accessories > terminal05:52
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rmlightningi am checking it out05:52
user_amphi: that worked.05:52
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amphiuser_: why aren't you using the packaged version of qemu?05:53
mahanguic56: where would my fetchmail config be?05:53
user_amphi: however, how can I just run it with the mouse?05:53
orbincjones: heh, one of the worst typos i've seen05:53
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user_amphi: I don't know how, sir.05:53
amphimahangu: ~/.fetchmailrc\05:53
rmlightningthank you everyone.  i am going to have to give up on this tonight and get to it again tomorrow.  the wife is gonna kill me :P05:53
Xnoshi... somebody have a linksys wireless router 802.11b05:53
amphiuser_: sudo apt-get install qemu05:53
healotrmlightning, bug no 32343, "printer Epson Stylus DX4850 does not work properly" >> It may happen to other Epson printers too05:53
cjoneshow do i install firefox or update the old one ?05:54
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amphiuser_: however, if you want the kernel module you may have to compile it yourself - the kernel module makes emulating x86 on x86 _much_ faster05:54
user_amphi: it said "E: couldnt find package"05:54
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amphiuser_: really? I'm on debian ATM05:54
amphiuser_: did you build it from src?05:54
nickrud!tell cjones about ff1.505:54
user_amphi: No.05:54
gboutwel1I can't get an Aztec 2320 card to work.. It seems to be detected, but it doesn't load the modules and I can't manually load them and I have no sound05:54
healotuser_, did you expand your repos?05:54
nickrudcjones, that msg from ubotu has a working page05:54
navynhey guys, i just installed breezy, and everything went great my I don't have a cdrom entry in fstab?  My cd drive works just fine05:55
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user_amphi: No, Sir. I no I could.05:55
Vashhealot: how do you do that?  I'm having similar problems to user_'s05:55
amphiuser_: huh?05:55
cjoneswhats ffl.505:55
rmlightningoh, healot.  i no longer have an epson.  it died on me be4 i got ubuntu and i got an hp psc-1510 in a big hurry :)05:55
user_amphic: I didn't know I could with that site.05:55
lnxbobwhats the tool to use to configure/look at pcmcia cards?05:55
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nickrudcjones, firefox 1.5; there's a bot on this channel that gives us some shortcuts05:55
healotrmlightning, there is a bug list for some HP printers too :)05:55
MandersonAnyone have any idea why my intel 2200 wireless card sometimes loses link while transfering data? it goes down then comes back up again a few seconds later. Kind of irritating.05:55
amphiuser_: what do you mean?05:56
healoton its hplip driver05:56
gboutwel1it seems to need isapnp module, that doesn't seem to be there.05:56
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 !easysource05:56
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amphiManderson: firmware resets?05:56
user_amphi: I thought a site had to be prepare to be accessed in such a manner by Linux.05:56
healotVash, user take a look at the bot's notice05:56
user_amphi: Do you know what I mean?05:56
amphiManderson: if so, I believe loading the module with hwcrypto=0 may help05:56
rmlightningthat figures.  i will check it out05:56
amphiuser_: it is true that I do not05:56
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user_amphi: That was deep. ;)05:57
Mandersonwhat config file does that go in?05:57
cjonesok now does anybody know how to access a ntfs network harddrive?05:57
navynhow can i tell what device my install thinks my cdrom is?05:57
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amphiManderson: /etc/modprobe.d/ipw220 I believe05:57
healotcjones, via samba05:57
ubotusamba is probably https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SettingUpSamba or https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently05:57
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MandersonThanks...I'll try it.05:58
cjoneswhats samba i am a real newb05:58
iGotNoTimewhat command do I use to see all my drives? I have hard drives that are unmounted and need to mount them05:58
alex_im getting this error - "E: Package mplayer-386 has no installation candidate"05:58
WiFi_Warri0rhow do u check ur memo's on irc?05:58
amphiManderson: options hwcrypto=0 in that file I think05:58
user_amphi: how would I go set a repository for QEmu?05:58
ic56!tell cjones about firefox1.505:58
aciidboot3rHi. I'm just wondering something here. I've just installed azureus here(i'm running amd64 breezy), but it's a kinda "heavy" way to start the program: "cd /home/..../azureus/" then "./azureus". So I tried creating my first ever shell to do the job. I installed Ubuntu yesterday, so I'm a bit noobish. Anyway. I found out that I had to start the shell with #!/etc/sh and then insert my commands. The problem is that it isn't working. It won05:58
aciidboot3rt run, it just opens up in gedit.05:58
amphiManderson: you could search the mailing list archive - this is a known issue05:58
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 !easysource05:58
WiFi_Warri0rhow do u check ur memo's on irc?05:59
amphiuser_: ^^05:59
MandersonThanks amphi!05:59
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amphiWiFi_Warri0r: /msg memoserv help05:59
iGotNoTimeaciidboot3r, have you run ./start azureus from terminal?05:59
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healotaciidboot3r, you need to "chmod u+x" it, to make it executable05:59
user_amphi: what does "^^" mean? Ha!06:00
amphiManderson: although I haven't had that problem myself06:00
aciidboot3rOk. Thanks06:00
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aciidboot3rI'll try that06:00
amphiuser_: means see a line above06:00
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chrisDoes Any Know If Samba Is The Best Choice Of Network, With Linux :) Have 1 Other Computer With  Windows06:00
K-ZodronHey guys, I suddenly got a this prob when messing with libsdl libs: After 5-10mins computer usage, the filesystem turns into "Read only" and I can't start any new programs or run commands o.O What could be the problem? :/06:00
amphi!tell user about repos06:00
arrick!tell user_ about repos06:00
healotby default, the script are plain text file, no "x" mode is added to it06:00
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amphichris: for sharing files with windows, yeah06:00
user_arrick: I am aware of repos.06:01
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user_arrick: I just don't know QEmu's06:01
user_arrick: it is me "guest" ;)06:01
arrickdid you google?06:01
arrickoh ok06:01
chrisamphi How Do I Set It Up? WIth Ubuntu?06:01
orbinK-Zodron: what do you mean by messing?  and what errors do you get?06:01
user_arrick: how are you, sir?06:01
ubotuI heard samba is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SettingUpSamba or https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently06:01
amphiuser_: just build it from source and get kqemu speedy goodness ;)06:01
chrisThanks Everyone06:01
amphiuser_: assuming you're emulating x86 on x86, of course06:02
ubotuFor an easy to use custom sources.list creator, visit http://ubuntulinux.nl/source-o-matic06:02
user_amphi: yes.06:02
chris;) amphi is it hard?06:02
K-Zodronorbin: When I start a program I get this "Starting bla..." then it dissapears, when I try to run a command: "Sudo error: Read-only filesystem" or smth like that, by messing I mean I installed :p06:02
user_arrick: have you installed QEmu?06:02
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amphichris: the using samba book is online at openbooks.oreilly.com, for your delectation06:02
healotemulation 16bit x86 program on a x86_64?06:02
chrisok thanks06:02
chris:) byebye everyone thanks06:03
navynwhy wouldn't my cdrom show up in fstab?06:03
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amphihealot: heh - I've booted freedos under qemu06:03
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healotSamba was a two day course for me... yes I took two days (not the whole two days) to perfect my Samba06:03
amphihealot: but not on x86_6406:03
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healotI have no desire for DOSes since I have GNU/Linux06:04
arrickhealot, took me about 4 hours06:04
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healotgood for you...06:04
healotbecause during that two days, I watched a lot for traffic :)06:04
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arrickso did I I just happened to find the right time at the right place06:05
arrickthis place walked me through it06:05
user_ubotu: I heard06:05
ubotuHuh? Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, user_06:05
user_ubotu: It must be my window.06:06
ubotuuser_: NO SPEAKE ENLISH! Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/06:06
user_ubotu: I heard!06:06
ubotuI haven't a clue, try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, user_06:06
Madpilotuser_, ubotu is a bot06:06
user_can everyone hear me!!!06:06
healotanyway anyone tried the 2.6.16 kernel yet?06:06
user_Why isn't UBOTU hearing me?!!06:06
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user_ME CAN READ!06:06
Tarantulafudgehealot: I'm about to06:06
arrickuser_ ubotu is a bot06:07
nalaCan someone help me with flash problems?06:07
Madpilotuser_, stop it, thanks...06:07
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user_arrick: What do you mean?06:07
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healotShould I move the softkey.c to the drivers/video before compiling, because when my default Grub menu list has "splash" option, it just output error06:07
amphiuser_: have you passed the Turing test?06:07
Madpilotuser_, ubotu is a fancy script running thru an IRC client06:07
nalaI get sound on some flash animations but not others. I tried the fixes I found in the nonfree formats wiki, but that has only partially solved the problem.06:07
Madpilot!tell user_ about ubotu06:08
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arrickuser_ ubotu is a robot designed to help out people06:08
user_Ha! Ha! He was driving me crazy!!06:08
Tarantulafudge!tell Tarantulafudge about ubotu06:08
worthawholebeanIs Mactel support ready yet?06:08
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poningruworthawholebean: its pretty easy except for the booting part ;)06:08
worthawholebeanyeah, about that...06:08
Tarantulafudgeso can ubuntu make breakfast for me yet?06:09
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XYZzzzzmy totem player wont play06:09
XYZzzzzcan anybody help06:09
lnxbobcan someone recommend a good c++ editor/ide with auto-completion?06:09
BlueHeronTarantulafudge: you could build a device that starts off by the cd-rom drive ejecting, and set a job to do it at 6:00AM :-)06:09
Sven_vB:D! ubuntu roxx :) it's the first unix i have seen that cares about usability :))06:09
Dr_WillisXYZzzzz,   go into a little more details.06:09
worthawholebeanTarantulafudge: a derivative called "eggbuntu" can.06:09
healotnala, is it Flash version 8 movie that you're trying to play with the Flash 7 plugin?06:09
racterlnxbob: i am really liking kate lately, but you might also try jext06:09
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orbinTarantulafudge: well, it can help you make a cup of tea (teatime)06:09
lnxbob++Sven_vB's comment06:09
amphilnxbob: autocompletion of what?06:09
healotthen you'll run into some problems06:09
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Tarantulafudgeworthawholebean: lol06:10
lnxbobthx racter06:10
nalahealot: I'm not really sure. x.X;;;06:10
lnxbobamphi: object methods, globals, variables, functions, etc.06:10
Steven_Mhi all06:10
nalahealot: this is an example of an animation that won't play sound in Ubuntu. http://www.joshspaulding.com/zelda.html06:10
racterlnxbob: or emacs ;)06:10
amphilnxbob: 'globals'? *gasp*06:10
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amphilnxbob: I'd imagine such completion would become irritating fast, but that;s just me06:11
lnxbobhehe, no thx. <snobby>i'm used to visual studio doing everything for me :)</snobby>06:11
healotnala, just to ensure... Macromedia only supplies the support for Flash 7 movies...06:11
racteramphi: it's usually optional by keystrokes (ie hit enter/tab to complete or just ignore it)06:12
Tarantulafudgedoes anyone know if the nubuntu thing is an april fools joke?06:12
nalahealot: so, basically I'm s.o.l.?06:12
healotnala, try to use internet explorer's or Windows' Firefox Flash 8 plugin just to make sure?06:12
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nalahealot: it works in Windows.06:12
healotnala, yes06:12
amphiracter: uhuh06:12
healotit should, nala, then I am sure it's the new Flash 8 movie :)06:12
ubotuDr_Willis: parse error: Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/06:12
ralphoI just clean installed flight 606:12
nalahealot: well darn. Thanks anyway.06:13
lnxbobthx again. (i will check out kate, jext and scite too)06:13
arrickhow to find your ubunut dns settings, ifconfig?06:13
arrickubuntu even06:13
Sven_vBwtf... installer cannot find a valid kernel in its "APT sources", says this will most likely be a fatal error06:13
amphiarrick: cat /etc/resolv.conf06:13
OPrime15Does anyone know/recall what the issue is with an Apollo Pro133A (694X) NorthBridge and an nVIDIA AGP card/chip running at 4X, AGP 2.0 mode?06:13
cerebrixTHATS an april fools joke lol06:13
cerebrixthats great06:13
amphicerebrix: ?06:14
cerebrixlook at nubuntu.org06:14
Steven_Mwhat's the best way to delete all the users (aprt from root) and  then read them whilst in recovery mode.06:14
ractercerebrix: ya totally :p06:14
Tarantulafudgeso its fake?06:14
ractertarantulafudge: absolutely06:14
Tarantulafudgeracter: cool.06:15
cerebrixi hope we do something extra special w/ ubuntu.org06:15
WiFi_Warri0ranyone here know if i would need to port forward an xbox? im plugging it into my router and not getting any activity but when i disconnect my router and plug it directly into dsl modem it worx fine, any ideas?06:15
amphinot up to the high standard of lesbian.mine.nu IMHO06:15
ralphotoo stuffy there06:15
Tarantulafudgeyea I remember what gentoo did last year, that was great :D06:15
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cerebrixand i hope it involves a human like interface to a teddy ruxpin doll06:15
orbindoes gnome remember window postitions or what?  some things open up in the same pkace (nautilus), while others always start in the top-left06:16
ic56WiFi_Warrior: yes, you would need to port forward.  Don't know which ports thought.06:16
nickrudorbin, it depends on the app, some do, some don't. Metacity by design doesn't remember06:16
orbinnickrud: i see, thanks06:17
jadaz87what is nUbuntu??06:17
healotwhat's that ? Eleaf06:17
EleafHopefully april fools06:17
Tarantulafudgejadaz87: security ubuntu or whichever06:18
ic56Steven_M: Are you sure you want to delete all users?  Why?06:18
EleafnUbuntu is an independant branch of Ubuntu using fluxbox?06:18
jadaz87tarantulafudge oh ok06:18
EleafI think it is openbox06:18
arrickTarantulafudge, its an april fools joke06:18
Tarantulafudgearrick: I got that now :P06:18
Eleafjadaz87, http://www.nubuntu.org/06:19
healotnextubuntu project anyone?06:19
Eleafyea I was scared for a second arrick, but are you sure it is an april fools joke?06:19
healotGNU/Solaris rocks :)06:19
jadaz87that has to be april fools hahaha LmaO06:19
JustinLynn|Sleepnahh, lol :) slooflirpa06:19
_TomBis it :)06:19
_TomB*it is06:19
tanuki_can someone help me? i am having trouble ejecting my ipod in ubuntu06:19
rmlightningk every1. i am done trying to figure this printing stuff out tonight.  thank u all for the help.  heh.  i am sure u haven't heard the last of me on this issue though :)06:19
jadaz87healot i whould use GNU/Solaris if it had wireless support :-Z06:20
Steven_Mic56 it's very story. I just want to make a fresh start with all the user accounts.06:20
Eleafic56, !!06:20
nickrudrmlightning, please don't threaten us :P06:20
healottanuki_, describe?06:20
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healotjadaz87, with GNU on Solaris... it should06:20
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rmlightningheh.  i am ur worst nightmare come true :P06:20
healotbecause many of the common wifi drivers are in the GNU/FSF repos06:20
hrtpis there any webserver other than apache?06:21
tanuki_healot, i get this message when i try to unmount06:21
tanuki_eject: unable to eject, last error: Invalid argument06:21
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hrtpthats' lite and easy to configure?06:21
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healotrmlightning, you are like most of my customers :)06:21
ic56Steven_M deleting all users can be a lot of work.  Suppose you tell us what's wrong with the existing setup and we may find it less work to tell you how to fix it rather than telling you how to undo everything.06:21
Tarantulafudgehrtp: yea, but they're all light strips of apache anyways06:21
jadaz87healot wait GNU/Solaris and Sun Solaris is not the same thing?06:21
rmlightningur custumers?  how so? :)06:21
healottanuki_, where did the ipod mounted? which device node?06:22
WiFi_Warri0rjadaz87 : did u go by the nick jadz0r ??06:22
Isil`Zhadpkg claims that ssh is not installed. but i can use ssh?!06:22
tanuki_healot, im not sure, how do i find that out?06:22
TarantulafudgeIsil`Zha: openssh06:22
healotjadaz87, no, Solaris has open portions of its kernel and apps for the OSS community06:22
healotvisit http://opensolaris.org06:22
healottanuki_, type "mount"06:22
jadaz87WiFi_Warrior no i have always been the registered nick: jadaz8706:22
jadaz87WiFi_Warri0r :-)06:23
Isil`ZhaTarantulafudge: i was refering to the package. or do you mean the ssh command currently uses openssh?06:23
healotyou can even start building your own OpenSolaris using the source... right now06:23
arrickjadams, WiFi_Warri0r changed his name just yesterday06:23
jadaz87healot what is the homepage for that project i have to look into this06:23
TarantulafudgeIsil`Zha: ssh and openssh are different06:23
WiFi_Warri0rjadaz87: ok just checking06:23
TarantulafudgeIsil`Zha: but its the same app06:23
OPrime15I've switched from SuSE10 to KBUNTU 5.1. How can I adjust the horizontal position of the display? I use a KVM box for multiple machines and the KBUNTU display is offset; SuSE had a configuration utility the allowed adjusting hor & ver alignment, etc. Now when I set all machines that use the KVM to the same refresh rate, I get a green screen that says "System failure 288942x82"06:23
tanuki_healot, is this it? usbfs on /proc/bus/usb type usbfs (rw)06:23
WiFi_Warri0rtarantulafydge: no ssh and openssh r the same06:23
TarantulafudgeWiFi_Warri0r: no they're not :P06:24
ubotuI give up. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, hrtp06:24
healotno... that's Linux usb proc...06:24
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healottanuki_, just flush it into pastebin06:24
Isil`ZhaTarantulafudge: ok. thank you06:24
WiFi_Warri0rtarantulfudge: as far as i know they are, do u have link for reference?06:25
healotyou can even do it the hard way by pulling the plug :)06:25
tanuki_healot, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1120406:25
nickrudhrtp, what are you looking for?06:25
jadaz87WOW nUbuntu looks enticing :-)06:25
Shadow_pillarwhat's nubuntu?06:25
healotit has SELinux in it06:25
EleafShadow_pillar, llol06:25
EleafShadow_pillar, http://www.nubuntu.org/06:25
healotintegrated like FC and SUSE06:26
hrtpnothing, lookin for a lite webserver thats like apache06:26
healotubuntu on the other hands disabled SELinux :(06:26
Shadow_pillarlitespeed webserver IIRC06:26
tanuki_healot, did you get that?06:26
jadaz87does ubotu even know what nubuntu is? lol06:26
healottanuki_, what was that?06:26
jadaz87let us see06:26
ubotujadaz87: Not a clue. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/06:26
Sven_vBnubuntu is optimized for network usage06:26
nickrudoh. I thought you were looking for info on the gtk toolkit :)06:26
Eleafcan I add what nubuntu is or will everybody ban me because "they can"? x.x06:27
tanuki_healot, for some reason it is coming out in a different mlanguage06:27
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healotyeah, I can see that tanuki_ :)06:27
nickrudI'm gonna start a project called xpuntu, it'll punt xp from any system :)06:28
tanuki_healot, http://pastebin.com/63378606:28
healotgoodness gracious :)06:28
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ralpho9yard return06:29
healotthat news about ceasing development of nubuntu?06:29
nickrudtanuki_, hit the april fools at the bottom, then back06:29
daeosneed some help in mounting my hda that isn't detected by the live cd06:29
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cerebrixthey better do a good prank for ubuntu.com like that06:29
cerebrixthat nubuntu prank owns06:29
nickrudSeveas, if you are listening, you are EVIL :)06:29
dlidaeos, cd /proc/ide06:29
dlidaeos, what do you have there?06:29
ic56daeos: is it an IDE disk?06:30
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daeosit is06:30
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tanuki_healot, does that make more sense?06:30
healottanuki_, the ipod is no longet mounted, that's why06:30
daeosamd74xx  drivers  hda  hdb  hdc  hdd  ide0  ide106:30
cerebrixyou know what would rock.  the announcement of winspire.  the linux like, windows operating system06:30
cerebrixid pee myself over that prank06:30
healotyou can simply remove it from the USB/Firewire connector06:30
ubotuNon Ubuntu support related discussions may be carried out in the channel #ubuntu-offtopic. Editor/Language wars are welcome there!06:30
ic56daeos: mount /hda1 /<some directory>06:31
tanuki_healot, yeah but the ipod still says do not disconnect, any idea why?06:31
Karmanderhello who can help me to access to internet with ubuntu?06:31
dlidaeos, fdisk -l /dev/hda06:31
daeosdli: cannot open /dev/hda06:31
healottanuki_, try "umount -a" to force unmount to all mounted devices?06:31
dlidaeos, cat /proc/ide/hdc/model06:31
healotclose all the application that access ipod06:31
ic56daeos: you need to sudo for these operations.06:31
tanuki_healot, is that dangerous? will i be able to reach my files and stuff?06:32
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tanuki_healot, umount: /dev: device is busy06:32
tanuki_umount: /: device is busy06:32
daeosfdisk found nothing06:32
Karmanderhelp me please06:32
healottanuki_, ignore those06:32
dlidaeos, then, try, cat /proc/ide/hda/model06:32
healotnow, "mount"  once again?06:32
tanuki_healot, how do i remount my filesystem, etc06:32
nickrudKarmander, what kind of access do you have?06:32
dlidaeos, then, try, cat /proc/ide/hdb/model06:32
dlidaeos, then, try, cat /proc/ide/hdd/model06:32
daeosfound me DVD drive06:32
Karmandernickrud thank you, adsl06:33
daeosnot my HDD06:33
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healot"mount -a", append "sudo" if you're not root06:33
Karmandernickrud what should i do?06:33
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nickrudKarmander, hm, I'm not real strong on that. I was hoping for one I was.06:33
healotor per device "mount <devicename>" if the device name exist in your fastab06:33
Karmandernickrud ok thank you anyway06:33
nickrudKarmander, does your dsl use PPoE ?06:33
tanuki_healot, i got thsi error when i tried to unmount my ipod using the right click menu: umount: only root can unmount /dev/sda2 from /media/sda206:33
tanuki_eject: unmount of `/media/sda2' failed06:33
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Karmandernickrud how can i know that?06:34
Steven_Mic56: well, I backuped my home directories of all my users onto cd prior to a reintall. After the reinstall when I tried to replace the new home directories with the  backup ones my system wouldn't accept it. In the mean time I have completely messed up my corrent accounts. :-(06:34
healottanuki_, "sudo" !06:34
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daeosdli: it only found my DVD drive06:34
nickrudKarmander, usually people find out from how their windows is connected06:34
dlidaeos, then, try, cat /proc/ide/hda/model06:34
dlidaeos, then, try, cat /proc/ide/hdb/model06:34
dlidaeos, then, try, cat /proc/ide/hdd/model06:34
tanuki_healot, yeah but im not using my terminal, im using the right click menus, with my mouse06:34
nickrudKarmander, you can try this, no promises:06:34
gammahow much data can a dvd-r hold?06:34
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daeosdli: there iti s06:34
healottanuki_, sure... that's why you can't :)06:35
daeosthat last command worked06:35
tanuki_why is it there if i cannot use it?06:35
ic56Steven_M: that sounds simple enough.  But what do you mean by "messed up"?  Do you mean you did additional stuff that broke things further?06:35
dlidaeos, again, the stupidity of people can not be underestimated :(06:35
healotyou need superuser permission to (un)mount device/partition by default...06:35
tanuki_healot, i umounted using my terminal menu and the ipod still says do not disconnect, any ida wy?06:35
nickrudKarmander, in a terminal, run   sudo pppoeconf06:35
daeosdli: eh? calling me stupid?06:35
tanuki_are ipods just not compatable with ubuntu?06:36
tanuki_if so, why?06:36
healotare you done using your ipod yet? do you have any files to transfer?06:36
tanuki_no, im all done06:36
Karmandernickrud i did it06:36
daeosok so its under proc/ide/hda/model, what do i need to do in order to mount it06:36
healottanuki_, just plug the plug off :)06:36
dlidaeos, just being generic, doesn't imply anything beyond the words06:36
healotthe ipod plug, silly06:37
nickrudKarmander, next do sudo pon06:37
Karmandernickrud but it couldn't configure my conection06:37
healotnot your pc power supply, tanuki_06:37
kangpehWhat's going on with Ubuntuforums?06:37
nickrudKarmander, ok, then I don't know your connection type.06:37
kangpehThe color scheme is foobar.06:37
Karmandernickrud ok06:37
daeosok so its under /proc/ide/hda/model06:37
daeosnow what06:37
daeosmount /proc/ide/hda/model?06:38
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nickrudKarmander, ask here, about every 5 minutes or so. Someone will be able to help06:38
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Steven_Mic56: I think so yes, the new accouts won't recignise their own new home dirs now.06:38
Karmanderok i need to configure an adsl conection with a router can you help me06:38
danf_1979anyone knows about an open_basedir package?06:39
ic56Steven_M: but you didn't play with /etc/passwd /etc/group , or /var/spool/mail yet.  So all we have to worry about is the home dirs, right?06:39
healotdoes your adsl router/modem support dhcp?06:39
dliKarmander, it depends on which router :(06:39
Karmanderdli d-link06:40
daeosdli: so we found it in there, now how can i mount it?06:40
healotthen just configure your ethernet device to "auto ethX inet dhcp" where X is a number06:40
daeosi need help in mounting it06:40
healotthe file "/etc/network/interfaces"06:40
dliKarmander, good, I have d-link, you go to WAN setting, you may try, DHCP, if doesn't work, you have to try PPPoE (dynamic)06:41
healottanuki_, solved your problem yet?06:41
dliKarmander, very likely, dhcp would work06:42
alex_can sombody help me? i can't playback movies06:42
alex_i get that error ^^06:42
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ic56daeos: I'm taking over from dli.  Where did you find the drive again?06:42
healotalex_, "totem" I guess?06:42
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alex_it's xine06:43
nickrud!tell alex_ about codecs06:43
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daeosic56: /proc/ide/hda/model06:43
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daeoshe told me to cat it06:43
healotwhat kind of movies are you trying to play?06:43
nickrudalex_, use that link from ubotu to get the stuff you need06:43
Steven_Mwell when I tried to delete and readd the users, userdel and useradd might have corrupted /etc/group, I don't know.06:43
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Karmander41dli hello06:43
dliKarmander, dhcp works?06:43
Karmander41dli how?06:43
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Karmander41dli i don't know06:44
healotby default install, xine supports various movie/audio formats, xvid/divx avi, mpeg1/2/3 audio etc...06:44
Karmander41dli i'm not using ubuntu right now06:44
deepwoodzdoes anyone know how to install gyach?06:44
dliKarmander, can you connect to your router?06:44
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^reapserHi guys..06:44
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Kragnerac :)06:44
dliKarmander, it's over http, so OS doesn't matter06:44
odathey guys i just installed a deb and i can't figure out the command to launch it   any hints?06:45
Karmander41dli i'm using the router with ms06:45
Steven_Mic56: well when I tried to delete and readd the users, userdel and useradd might have corrupted /etc/group, I don't know.06:45
ic56daeos: Mmm, I need more than that. Run this command and tell me under which hd item the disk to be mounted was found.  head /proc/ide/hd?/model06:45
^reapserneewbee here trying to boot Ubuntu06:45
nickrudhealot, I parrot that line on almost every xine error :)06:45
Karmander41dli the router is working fine06:45
dliodat, dpkg -c foo.deb (very likely, the .deb is in /var/cache/apt/archives/ )06:45
^reapserany 1 willing to help06:45
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daeosmy hd is under /proc/ide/hda/model06:45
healotI have no problem with the repos xine... maybe that was a self-build?06:46
dliKarmander, and the router is connected to the modem (the WAN port )06:46
daeos==> /proc/ide/hda/model <==06:46
daeosMaxtor 6Y200P006:46
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odatdli, what does that do?06:46
ic56Steven_M: ah... you played with useradd..  If you only used one or two commands, what exactly did you type?  If you typed many, how many?06:46
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deepwoodzhas anyone here heard of gyach?06:46
Karmander41dli how can i make it work from the console06:46
dliodat, it shows the contents of the .deb, you may "dpkg -c foo.deb|grep bin"06:46
^reapserneewbee here trying to boot Ubuntu06:47
^reapserany 1 willing to help06:47
Kragnerac :)06:47
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dliKarmander, do you have any GUI browser? I think it may work in console, but GUI is the way to go06:47
pastyhermithow do I rip to MP3 format?06:47
Karmander41no i think i don't06:48
ic56daeos: ok. What we wanted to discover here was which driver number it was.  The answer is `hda'.  Now, do this: sudo fdisk -l /dev/hda  It will list several partitions on disk hda.  They will be numbered hda1, hda2, etc.  Which of these partitions do you want to mount?06:48
Karmander41dli how can i get a gui browser?06:48
healotpastyhermit, pay RIAA first :)06:48
jonnhyAlguien usa Dapper por aqui06:48
pastyhermitjonnhy: ?06:48
pastyhermitsorry healot ???06:48
ubotuFor an easy to use custom sources.list creator, visit http://ubuntulinux.nl/source-o-matic06:48
dliKarmander, apt-get install mozilla-firefox06:48
daeosthe first one, i really actually am trying to repair GRUB06:48
healotjonnhy, for dapper discussion, join #ubuntu+106:48
jonnhyen ingles?06:49
carbohow do i install a .deb i downloaded manually?06:49
healotsi, en ingles06:49
odatdli, its in the opt directory and i can launch it directly from there but can't from the command line06:49
dlicarbo, dpkg -i foo.deb06:49
nickrudpastyhermit, soundjuicer can do that for you. you need to set it up tho, see help  -> preferences (at the very bottom)06:49
Karmander41dli does it work from the console?06:49
healot"dpkg -i <filename>"06:49
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hrtpanyone using 'webadmin' ?06:49
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jonnhymejor busco en google jejeje06:49
dliodat: add to your $PATH06:49
dliKarmander, you need to install one06:50
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^reapserneewbee here trying to boot Ubuntu06:50
^reapserneewbee here trying to boot Ubuntu06:50
Karmander41dli and then what i have to do?06:50
healotbusco en google, for pavor, jonnhy jejejeje06:50
daeosic56: nothing shows up in /dev/hda after doing that ocmmand you told me06:50
dlihrtp, no one connected should use webmin"06:50
ic56daeos: the syntax for mounting is:   mount /dev/hda1 <mount directory>  The mount directory must exist and be empty.  You can use /mnt for a temporary mount.06:50
Steven_Mic56: userdel gold, userdel Steven, useradd gold useradd Steven.06:51
odatdli, how?06:51
ic56daeos: once the disk is mounted, its contents will be accessible under the moutn point -- not under the device.06:51
dliodat: for the moment, "export PATH=$PATH:/opt/foo/bin"06:51
healotdaeos, simple thing to remember mount [-options]  <devicename> <mount directory> :)06:52
dliKarmander, do you have the user manual for your router?06:52
daeosic56: sudo mount /dev/hdb1 /windows06:52
healotthat wasn't so hard, was it?06:52
daeosthats what i did06:52
daeoscause it was found under hdb106:52
daeosnot a06:52
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odatdli, what do you mean for the moment?06:53
ic56daeos: ok, so you re-added the users.  useradd will have attempted to create a default home directory for them with the default initialization files.  If the directory already existed, it may have failed and left you with an inconsistent state.  Doesn't matter becuase you want to restore from a backup copy anyway.  good so far?06:53
ic56Steven_M: ok, so you re-added the users.  useradd will have attempted to create a default home directory for them with the default initialization files.  If the directory already existed, it may have failed and left you with an inconsistent state.  Doesn't matter becuase you want to restore from a backup copy anyway.  good so far?06:53
dliodat, temporary solution06:53
ic56daeos: oops sorry -- wrong user.06:53
daeosthats ok06:53
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tanuki_healot, i do not want to unpluf my ipod when it says do not disvonnect, which is what t says now06:54
odatdli, i want a permanent one06:55
healotdaeos, you can add the mount information in "/etc/fstab"06:55
dliodat, if it works, put the path in your ~/.bashrc06:55
Steven_Mic56: prior to the running those commands I deleted the home directories manually as root.06:55
splashtkHi is there anyway to resize the partitions I made?06:55
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healottanuki_, what app did you use with your ipod?06:55
mahanguafter i download mail with getmail, where would it go?06:55
splashtkIn Linux.06:55
mahangusplashtk: gnome parted?06:55
dlisplashtk, parted can resize certain filesystems, but backup first, if you value your data06:56
splashtkmahangu, I have 2 partitions, a windows Partition and a Linux partition, I made the windows partition too small and the linux one too big, I wanna kinda swap it over.06:56
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healotnvm, tanuki_ do what you want to do06:56
user_how do I compile QEmu's sources??06:56
odatdli, could you possibly speak martian06:57
ic56Steven_M: no problem.  get yourself a root shell like so: sudo -i   .  I assume you want the home directories for those users under /home/ ?06:57
mahangusplashtk: i had t oreinstall both to do that06:57
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mahangubut you can try06:57
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Steven_Mic56: yes06:57
splashtkmahangu, so I have to format?06:57
ic56!tell daeos about root06:58
mahangusplashtk: ask around in here, your mileage may vary06:58
dliodat, something similar, I speak mandarin06:58
ic56daeos: sudo -i will get you a root shell, if that's what you want.06:58
AngryElfhow can i get at power management settings?06:58
user_Does anyone know how to compile QEMu?06:58
mike__hello has anyone installed vlc media player on ubuntu?06:58
splashtkIs there like a partition program?06:58
user_daeos: yes to who?06:58
healotAngryElf, you can use your spell :)06:58
ic56daeos: ok, what command did you use to restore from the backup?06:58
mike__which version did you download?06:58
ic56Steven_M: ok, what command did you use to restore from the backup?06:59
dlisplashtk, try, qtparted06:59
daeosic56: im in the hdd06:59
user_mike__: who are you talking to?06:59
healotAngryElf, on GNOME, it is on the System -> Preferences -> Screensaver06:59
nickrudmike__, sure, I apt-get'd it06:59
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mike__anyone that will listen to me06:59
healoton the "Advanced Tab", AngryElf06:59
frank23mike__: install vlc with synaptic07:00
splashtkdli, I have gparted.07:00
AngryElfhealot, those settings dont seem to be working07:00
AngryElfi was also looking for the monitor power settings too07:00
dlisplashtk, should be the same07:00
daeosdang it07:00
daeosthats the wrong HDD07:00
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healotAngryElf, and you need to enable ACPI... and install "apmd"07:00
mike__oh duh forgot about looking there....sorry still new07:00
splashtkdli, okay well, it brings it up, how do I resize them?07:00
rcmivmike__,  yeah it works great07:00
nickrudmike__, always look there first :)07:00
ic56daeos: once the partition is mounted, are you unable to cd into the directory where you mounted it?07:00
tanuki_healot, i did not use any app with my ipod.07:00
dlisplashtk, it has a "resize" entry in menu07:00
mike__you ever listen to radio paradise?07:01
frank23mike__: and you have to enable universe for it07:01
trajicany body know how to make a broadcom wireless nic work?07:01
AngryElfapmd is installed, how do i enable ACPI?07:01
tanuki_healot, i simply want to be able to plug it in and unplug it safely07:01
dlisplashtk, again, backup first07:01
ubotuwell, bcm43xx is wireless chipset manufactured by broadcom and they won't release driversspecs for linux. some more info is found on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx?highlight=%28WifiDocs%2FDriver%2907:01
splashtkdli, I can't select it.07:01
splashtkdli, I just installed, there isn't anything I want.07:01
trajick thanks07:01
nickrudradio paradise is ok, kpig is great07:01
tanuki_i simply want to know if ipod works with ubuntu, and if not, why?07:01
rcmivdapper FL6 in t -50 seconds07:01
mike__i was just at radio paradise web site they offer a 192 feed07:02
healotAngryElf, take a look at you /boot/grub/menu.lst, if there is not "noacpi" in the kernel boot line, then ACPI should be enabled be default07:02
splashtkdli, All I can select is delete , unmount and Info.07:02
dlisplashtk, it's by menu, so you'd better check carefully, (are you root?)07:02
Sven_vBi want to configure the screen for 1024x768 @ 85 Hz. i know my screen can do it. but in this drop-down list there is only 640x??, 800x600 and 832x??. where can i set higher sizes?07:02
healotand make sure you configure ACPI features on your BIOS too07:02
splashtkdli, I think I am root.07:02
cerebrixyes ipod works07:02
dlisplashtk, of course, you can not change a mounted partition07:02
AngryElfk, it's not there07:02
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AngryElfstill not working07:02
tanuki_why does my ipod say do not disconnect when i unmount it then?07:02
splashtkCan I unmount the one I am using now?07:02
nickrudSven_vB, you need to fix your resolution, it's not too hard. See the following ubotu link07:02
ubotuPlease read http://wiki.ubuntu.com/FixVideoResolutionHowto07:02
rcmivSven_vB, xorg.conf07:03
splashtkSays device is busy.07:03
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splashtkdli, Okay well, looks like I will just format and do it then.07:03
Sven_vBnickrud: thx07:03
cerebrixtanuki_: sudo apt-get install gtkpod07:03
AngryElfshouldn't there be Ok/Apply/Cancel buttons on the advanced tab of the screensaver settings?07:03
nickrudSven_vB, if you have problems with that, ask around here07:04
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tanuki_cerebrix, what does that do?07:04
dlisplashtk, many tricks need to modify, starting over is straight forward07:04
cerebrixtanuki_: http://www.gtkpod.org/about.html07:04
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nickrudSteven_M, you get your issue sorted out?07:04
carbotanuki_: gtkpod is a simple app to put files on your ipod or even transfer files out07:04
Sven_vBnickrud: yes, thx :) i'll read the manual when i wake up again, try to fix it and if i fail, i'll ask here :)07:05
maskdheh, the ubuntu forums colour scheme is an april fool's joke right?07:05
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carbotanuki_: it works great with my shuffle and 3g pod :)07:05
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nickrudSven_vB, a wise course of action :)07:05
daeosic56: i still need help07:05
Steven_Mwhat I did was, prior to the install I simply burnt the  home dirs as is onto cd. Then after the install I ran konqueror as root. and pasted over hard drive home dirs with the ones from the cd. (which had the same names)07:05
daeosic56: i thought i mounted the correct drive and i didn't07:05
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tanuki_cerebrix, what does this mean? '/media/ipod/iPod_Control/iTunes/iTunesDB' does not exist. Import aborted.07:05
Sven_vBcya all, and maybe good night (depending on your timezone) :)07:05
daeosic56: so when i look at the correct one, its listed under /proc/ide/hdb/model07:05
ic56daeos: do you know how to unmount?  the command is umount /dev/<partition>07:05
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nickrudSteven_M, ok, I can see that. So your issue is....?07:06
cerebrixtanuki_: looks to me like you gotta create a database i assume07:06
frank23maskd: it must be. did you see the slashdot color scheme?07:06
daeosic56: ok i unmounted it07:06
ic56daeos: unmount the wrong partition, then mount the right one.07:06
nickrudnon matching user id's?07:06
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daeosic56: but when i try to mount the correct one it tells me it doesn't exist07:06
tanuki_cerebrix, how do i d that?07:07
ic56daeos: what is the exact command you are typing?07:07
cerebrixcarbo: care to chime in since you actually have 2 ipods and i dont =p07:07
carbotanuki_: is that error from gtkpod?07:08
spencerkcan someone quickly tell me what i should be typing when i type "rm *.mp3"?07:08
hrtpcp: omitting directory `shareddir'07:08
ic56Steven_M: do you prefer a GUI or CLI solution?07:08
ubotuThere are a large number of Free Formats which are preferred over patent and copyright encumbered formats. They are listed here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FreeFormats07:08
hrtpwhat is this?07:08
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daeosmount -t ntfs /dev/hda1 /windows07:08
spencerkls *.mp3 >rm   ?07:08
carbotanuki_: hmm ok, try File>Create iPod's directories07:08
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sn0nhey all07:09
carbotanuki_: then read the iPod db again07:09
carbotanuki_: iTunesdb, rather07:09
Falstiushrtp: if you want to copy a directory, use cp -r ... check the man page, there are a lot of nifty options for cp actually.07:09
ic56daeos: does the error say that /dev/hda1 doesn't exist or does it say that /windows doesn't exist?07:09
healoti told you, tanuki_ :(07:09
ubotuFor an easy to use custom sources.list creator, visit http://ubuntulinux.nl/source-o-matic07:09
hrtpoh ok07:09
daeosthat the special device /dev/hda2 doesn't exist07:09
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Steven_Mic56: gui for copying the folders over, either or for making them useful after that.07:10
ic56daeos: you mean hda *1* right?  Don't confuse me  :-)07:10
sn0nany IceWM users around here?07:10
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daeosi am certain07:11
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daeosthis is head readout07:11
daeos==> /proc/ide/hda/model <==07:11
daeosMaxtor 6Y200P007:11
VashI get an error saying that "error while loading shared libraries: libgtk-1.2.so.0: cannot open shared object or file: No such file or directory."07:11
healotdaeos, "ls -l /dev/hda"?07:12
nickrudSteven_M, assuming that your useradd commands were good, you've copied the backups into the correct dirs, sudo chown <usr>:<usr> /home/<usr> should get you a long way towards where yu want to be07:12
ic56Steven_M: ok.  In the GUI, rename the folders in /home that are to be overwritten by the restore.  Eg gold -> gold.bak .  Then, do the drag and drop of the backup copies.  Do things look ok once you do that?07:12
healotif the devnode exist, then "sudo fdisk -l /dev/hda"07:12
daeosbrw-rw----  1 root disk 3, 0 Mar 31 21:56 /dev/hda07:12
nickrudSteven_M, hm, I forgot the recursive part: sudo chown -R <usr>:<usr> /home/<usr>07:12
ic56nickrud: we'll get to the chown -- we many not even have to.07:12
McPantscan x handle irregular resolutions? like 740x540 ?07:13
jobadiahhello...what app can i install from synaptic to play live audio streams is there anything like vlc?07:13
McPantsI mean 720x54007:13
nickrudic56, odds are uid's don't match. Get it out of the way first.07:13
daeosic56: brw-rw----  1 root disk 3, 0 Mar 31 21:56 /dev/hda07:13
Falstiusjobadiah: there is vlc ..07:13
hrtpok, i have a folder named 'shareddir', i copied it from root folder to a user folder but i can't access it, is there any way to chmod the files inside the folder 'shareddir'?07:14
hrtpor dir07:14
jobadiahin synaptic....? did not see that07:14
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carbojobadiah: yep there's vlc, and also streamtuner07:14
Falstiusjobadiah: you probably need to add the universe or multiverse repositories.07:14
jobadiahwhat category is it under07:14
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jobadiahi have added those07:14
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Steven_Mic56: ok stand by07:15
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nickrudhrtp, you need to change the ownership to yourself: sudo chown -R <usr>:<usr> /path/to/shareddir07:16
Madpilotjobadiah, hit the Reload button in Synaptic, then use the Search button - just search for vlc07:16
healotjobadiah, expand your repos07:16
ic56daeos: sudo fdisk -l /dev/hda   and tell us the name of the partition to be mounted.  It'll be something like /dev/hda1 .  Then ls it (ls /dev/hda1).  Surely ls reports it exists?07:16
healottype "!repos" to find out07:16
hrtpi see07:17
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daeosbrw-rw----  1 root disk 3, 0 Mar 31 21:56 /dev/hda is what ls -l found07:17
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tanuki_can someone tell me what this means? mount: special device /dev/sda2 does not exist07:17
daeoswhen i do fdisk, nothing shows up07:17
Isil`Zhadoes anybody know a graphical scp client which works with breezy?07:18
trajicwhere can i get bcmwl5.inf to copy it to the desktop?07:18
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ic56daeos: no dude.  /dev/hda is an entire disk.  We want a partition within that disk.  This is the name of a disk followed by a number.  Eg /dev/hda107:18
dlitanuki_, is that a question?07:18
dlitanuki_, then, it means,  device /dev/sda2 does not exist07:19
tanuki_why did i get that error when i did mount -a?07:19
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tanuki_for some reason my ipod does not appear when i [plug it in07:20
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dlitanuki_, because you have /dev/sda2 in your /etc/fstab07:20
trajicim trying to make my broadcom wireless work Ive got the ndiswrapper installed but I dont know how to work it all cause i suck07:20
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tanuki_how do i get rid of it?07:20
dlitanuki_, sg_map07:20
HerefordAny Forth Programmers here?07:20
dlitanuki_,  vi /etc/fstab07:20
deepwoodzi can not goto sourchforge.net07:20
bpontwhat's the command for logging out of a session without ubuntu automatically booting back into X and the login screen?07:21
trajichow come?07:21
dlideepwoodz, why?07:21
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nickrudHereford, a verrrry long time ago. It was my first :)07:21
ic56tanuki_: a device is Linux abstraction.  It exists as a physical entry in the /dev directory (actually you can put them anywhere but that is teh conventional location).  It represents a physical device like a disk, a partition on a disk, a keyboard, a printer, a robot, whatever.07:21
deepwoodzi have no clue07:21
deepwoodzit wont let me07:21
deepwoodzsays unknown host07:21
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trajicwell that bites07:21
dlideepwoodz, I think China blocks sf.net07:21
khanman02i think sf might be down, i can't go either07:21
trajici just cant figure out how to use it07:21
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trajicI was there a few min ago07:22
bpontanybody know??07:22
pianoboy3333anyone ever tried gtivo?07:22
dlikhanman02, it's not down for me, at this moment07:22
deepwoodzi'll figure it out07:22
Xnoshi... anybody have a amule server list07:22
khanman02nm, i can, i used the link he gave and he typed it wrong...07:22
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trajiccan anybody help me with my broadcom drivers?07:22
dlikhanman02, haha07:22
Herefordnickrud:  It was my very last (also a long time ago) and still my only true love.07:22
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dlitrajic, dump the card, buy a supported07:23
khanman02trajic, yeah, the best way to get it working is open case, take modem out, and replace it:)07:23
bpontsomebody in here must know...i used to know the command, but forgot it07:23
trajicthis is true07:23
nickrudHereford, I'd love to gossip about it, but we'd get so off topic07:23
tanuki_can someone tell me why my ipod does not appear on the desktop when i plug it in?07:23
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trajicuntill then can anyone help07:23
khanman02trajic, make sure the replacement is not broadcom:D07:23
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wsjuniorhey when i try to add an applet to the panel i get an error message like this: The panel encountered a problem while loading "OAFIID:GNOME_MixerApplet".07:23
wsjuniorhow to solve it?07:23
trajicthanks pal07:24
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daeosic56: ok let me clarify, i do ls -l /dev/hda1 nothing comes up07:24
tanuki_can someone tell me why my ipod does not appear on the desktop when i plug it in?07:24
trajicanyone know which are supported?07:24
trajicex or internal?07:24
healotdaeos, "sudo fdisk -l /dev/hda" not "hda1" ?07:25
dlitrajic, I'm using intel ipw now07:25
Herefordnickrud:  I understand.  I'm struggling with the interface between Forth and Linux and just needed to vent awhile.  THanks!07:25
bpontok...i'll try one more time...does ANYONE know (or can point me to) the command for exiting an X session without it automatically restarting X and the login screen?07:25
ic56daeos: ah. ok.  Let's recap.  fdisk -l /dev/hda reports that hda1 exists but ls /dev/hda1 reports that hda1 doesn't exist.  Do I have it right?07:25
frank23bpont: sudo /etc/init.d/gdm stop07:25
_jasonbpont: sudo invoke-rc.d stop, or what frank23 said07:25
nickrudHereford, I never even looked, and I find 4 forth implementations available07:25
dlitrajic, for external, zd1211 is supported, http://zd1211.ath.cx/07:25
_jasonbpont: actually, just what frank said :)  I mean sudo invoke-rc.d gdm stop07:26
daeosic56: nothing comes up07:26
trajicif I goto my local pc joint and say "hook me up with an ubuntu workable card" will they?07:26
pastyhermitnickrud: k no prob07:26
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bpontfrank23: thanks07:26
freakabcdhi all07:26
bpont_jason: thanks07:26
daeosfdisk shows nothing07:26
dlitrajic, print out the list, http://www.fsf.org/resources/hw/net/wireless/cards.html07:26
daeosls shows...07:26
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freakabcdwhere can i find src debs for packages i have installed?07:26
trajick thanks alot07:26
nickrudpastyhermit, ?07:26
daeosls -l /dev/hda shows it07:26
daeosbut not fdisk07:26
dlitrajic, intel ipw will work, but you need firmware07:26
dabaRfreakabcd: in the source repository.07:26
_jasonfreakabcd: enable the deb-src repositories in /etc/apt/sources.list and apt-get source packagename07:27
freakabcdi want to compile an Xorg driver. would be nice if there were various xserver-xorg-driver-... src debs07:27
healotthe best, is prism-based wifi card...07:27
freakabcdah, let me try my hand at it then07:27
pastyhermitnickrud: sorry you said I could setup something with Sound Juicer but there is no MP3 option!07:27
healotfreakabcd, there is, if you enabled the "deb-src" repos07:27
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ic56daeos: you've missed something: fdisk takes an entire disk as its argument.  Hence hda -- not hda1.  In our ls command, on the other hand, we are interested in the specific partition within the disk, so we are querying for hda1 -- not hda.07:28
daeosic56: fdisk -l /dev/hda shows nothing , however ls -l /dev/hda lists it07:28
nickrudpastyhermit, applications->Sound Juicer  start that07:28
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pastyhermitnickrud: I did07:28
tigan_tuxhi all07:28
nickrudpastyhermit, then help, preferences07:28
pastyhermitthere is no MP3 for the out put format07:28
Herefordnickrud:  GForth is a veritable anthem of quality from Europe.  These guys amaze me.  They actually DOCUMENT what they are doing and stic to the rules.  My struggle is only my own fault.  Forth is a great language for us old hardware grunts.07:28
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ic56daeos: I'm concerned about fdisk -l /dev/hda showing nothing.  That's not normal.  Does it give an error message?07:29
tanukican someone tell me what this error means when i try to eject my ipod? eject: unable to eject, last error: Invalid argument07:29
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daeoslet me try again, sorry, i have my 20 month old here too07:29
freakabcd_jason, shall i paste my sources.list to the paste site?07:29
freakabcdthe deb-src thing is not commented07:29
pastyhermitnickrud: Im there..07:29
_jasonfreakabcd: sure07:29
freakabcdbut i cannot find the src deb in synaptic07:30
nickrudHereford, exactly, I went forth when my sprites took 2 secs to cross the screen in basic, then I had multiple sprites creating ghosts all over my screen with forth07:30
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_jasonfreakabcd: I don't know how to use synaptic for that, but you can do 'apt-get source packagename'07:30
pianoboy3333Can I get some help with compiling gtivo? When I compile it, I get a weird message saying that it can't find it gnomemm or something: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1121007:30
pastyhermitnickrud:  k got it thanx07:30
healottanuki, the device that you're trying to eject doesn;t exist...07:30
mephuxanyone else have problem installing VLC media player?07:30
daeosok, with ls -l /dev/hda1 , no file or directory, doing fdisk, nothing shows up07:30
nickrudpastyhermit, now scroll all the way to the bottom, there's a yellow box that .... cool07:30
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freakabcd_jason, ok. will it install the src package or what? will it just get the deb and place in the $CWD ?07:31
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chris_how do i get easy ubuntu07:31
ic56daeos: no error message for fdisk?07:31
pastyhermitpeice of junk07:31
_jasonfreakabcd: it downloads the source to the cwd07:31
pastyhermitit crapped out when I tried to make a new profile07:31
daeosno error07:31
daeoshere i'll show you in /msg07:31
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chris_ how do i get easy ubuntu07:32
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 #easyubuntu07:32
nickrudHereford, I never looked back. Easily moved on to C and real programming :)07:32
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Herefordnickrud:  You got it.  I never was a programmer but I could easily demonstrate behavior in my hardware designs and then let the sofware gurus run with it.07:33
Kamping_Kaiserhow do you get ubotu to tell you the time again? @time city/timezone is it?07:33
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ic56daeos: mmm ok -- I just replicated it.   Apparently fdisk is silent if the device node exists but the physical drive doesn't.  This behaviour can be confusing but it is advantageous if you just want to get a list of everyhing that exists.07:34
geremiashow can i install flash in ubuntu?07:34
_jasonKamping_Kaiser: are you thinking of Ubugtu ?  I'll show you in #ubuntu-offtopic07:34
_jasonubotu: tell geremias about flash07:34
nickrudHereford, nearly all my programming experience was about hardware. The principles that forth taught me served me well.07:34
Kamping_Kaiser_jason: probably was yeh07:34
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nickrudHereford, so, we both vented :)07:34
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tanukican someone tell me how to mount my partitions? they are /hda1 and /hda2 i believe07:35
ic56daeos: So, it seems, at least as far as fdisk is concerned, the disk isn't physically connected to your system.07:35
dubious9tanuki, try sudo mount /dev/hda1 <mount>07:35
daeosi see07:35
daeoswell its wrong07:35
tanukiwhat does <mount> mean?07:35
daeosbios sees it07:35
ic56daeos: this is odd because you said it was listed under /proc/ide/ ...07:35
dubious9where <mount> is the dir you want it mounted07:35
daeosand so does head07:35
|Se7h|the path07:35
daeoshead saw it07:35
tanukidubious9, you mean like /hda1?07:36
Herefordnickrud:  Right on!  Thanks for the opportuinty to vent.  Now to get back to work.07:36
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LathropWellshttp://smorgasbord.net/files/winmac_fstab - mounts partitions for you.07:36
nickrudHereford, see you about07:36
ablysstanuki mkdir ~/hda1 ; sudo mount /dev/hda1 ~/hda107:36
ic56I'm stumped.  Let me thing about this a minute.07:36
dubious9sure if that's a dir you've got07:36
daeosthe 'head /proc/ide/hd?/model'07:36
tanukiablyss, mkdir: cannot create directory `/home/tanuki/hda1': File exists07:36
Steven_Mic65 after chown the whole home dir with the -R rebooting, then logging in via vt1, it says "No directory, logging in with HOME=/" I think I'll rinstall07:37
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tanukiubuntu used to mount my hard drive partitions automatically, and they showed up on the desktop, now they are gone07:37
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Shadow_pillarbill cosby died07:37
Se7htanuki u can either show or hide them on the desktop07:37
tanukiSe7h, how do i do that?07:37
ic56daeos: let's try another tack.  You said your object was to repair your grub setup.  grup is used to boot.  If it's broken, how is it that your system is up and running?07:37
ablysstanuki, just use the "Disk" tool in the ubuntu admin menu07:38
daeosim using the ubuntu live cd07:38
freakabcd_jason, i have got the package now.i used: apt-get source xserver-xorg-driver-i81007:38
daeosi just need to be able to repair grub07:38
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daeosand in #debian they told me to mount the drive07:38
ic56Steven_M: what was the chown command you used?07:38
daeosand then 'attempt' to repair it07:38
freakabcdnot it downloaded the tar.gz and a .dsc file and a .diff.gz file07:38
freakabcdand it has patched the src.07:38
Se7hdaeos run the install cd and reinstall grub?07:38
daeosbut wasn't about to help me in mounting the drive since i was using the ubuntu cd07:38
boscoso dapper was pushed back 6 weeks i heard that and since i cant get it i just want to make sure07:39
boscoit is true07:39
freakabcd_jason, how do i build a deb from the source dir it has created?07:39
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daeosmy system only had windows xp on first HDD, and storage on second HDD07:39
TTT_Travisomg, microsoft is buying canonical is this true?!!!!07:39
daeoswould i be better off just installing linux on the second HDD? and repairing grub on the first HDD?07:39
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Steven_Mic56: chown -R gold gold07:39
djs_2_6Shadow_pillar - Where did you hear that Cosby died?07:39
FrogzooTTT_Travis: nice troll07:39
dubious9TTT_Travis, link?07:39
nickrudTTT_Travis, absolutely.07:39
tanukiablyss, what do i do if it wont let me enable them?07:39
_jasonfreakabcd: I use ``debuild -us -uc'', I am not very experienced in doing it though just so you know07:39
Se7hdaeos whats your idea? dont u have linux installed?07:40
TTT_Travisdid you guys see they shut down nUbuntu07:40
daeos.... here's my story07:40
nickrudeverythings possible today07:40
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McPants'sudo ddcprobe | grep monitorrange' doesn't seem to be doing anything here, any ideas?07:40
ic56Steven_M: that syntax is incorrect -- missing a colon.  Correct syntax is:  chown -R gold:gold /home/gold07:40
Dr_WillisTTT_Travis,  i also hear  that a XXXubuntu is in the works with Porn themes.07:40
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FrogzooDr_Willis: nice!07:40
boscoso dapper was pushed back 6 weeks i heard that and since i cant get it i just want to make sure07:40
Se7hDr_Willis rofl07:40
TomB|lol Dr_Willis07:41
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tanukican someone tell me why ubuntu no longer shows my hard drive partitions on the desktop?07:41
Amaranthbosco: Ubuntu 6.06 "The Dapper Drake" will be released on June 1st, 200607:41
daeosi tried to install debian a while ago, fucked up my xp system since i only had 1 HDD, so i did a restore with my restore disks, but didn't change the MBR, its still loaded with grub07:41
nickrudMcPants, try it without the grep, do you get anything?07:41
FrogzooDr_Willis: you don't know what you've started heh07:41
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daeostoday i come home, normal it'd see windows xp still humming along07:41
daeosand noticed a mount error07:41
Dr_Willistanuki,  heh - theres several people a day that ask FOR that feature in here.07:41
daeosso i pressed any key07:41
daeosand the pc rebooted, grub came up07:41
tanukii had it previously07:41
daeosand gave me error code 2207:41
daeosso..i read on google07:41
McPantsnickrud: yes I do07:42
daeosrepair grub and everythings ok07:42
Steven_Mic56: I ran it from /home. what  does the : do07:42
McPantsso I guess this means this monitor has no range?07:42
tanukiDr_Willis, but i have been having some problem with my ipod and it seems to have affected my hd usuage07:42
daeosso im here for 2 hours on irssi-text trying to figure out HOW to repair grub with my wife in the background upset that i can't fix it in 5 mins07:42
Se7hdaeos erase mbr with some tool07:42
nickrudMcPants, does it talk about your monitor at all?07:42
boscoAmaranth,  what was the prob with it why did it come out 6 weeks after the expected date07:42
Se7hAmaranth im still pushing for the sponsoring :p07:43
daeosifi can just FIX whats there, my wife will be happy07:43
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McPantsit talks about the videocard, shows some resolution modes, and at the bottom says edidfail07:43
Se7hdaeos erase mbr with some tool07:43
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Amaranthbosco: It would have been fine release on April 20th but it was decided that 6 more weeks would be great to get it extra polish.07:43
daeosok so if i erase the MBR, windows will not boot07:43
nickrud6 weeks extra work against 5 years support? no brainer07:43
ic56Steven_M: the : separates the owner and group.  It also causes the two items to be syntactically one item, as far as the shell is concerned.  Ooooh I see.07:44
daeosi need grub to boot windows07:44
Se7hdaeos yes iut will07:44
daeosand i don't have a windows install cd07:44
bosconickrud,  good point07:44
Se7h*it will07:44
daeosi have a 7 cd recover set07:44
boscowindows no not windows07:44
nickrudespecially since I'm not doing the work, and get the 5 years support :)07:44
daeoshey, its my wife's pc07:44
ic56Steven_M: ok, get a command line and type this: ls -ld /home/gold  What do you see?07:44
tanukifor some reason my apple ipod is taking over /hda1 which is supposed to be my hd07:44
boscodaeos,  i am just jkn with you07:44
boscodaeos,  but i am anti windows07:45
daeosi know07:45
McPantscan't find the horizrange though07:45
daeosi don't like it much either but i am a gamer most of the time, i don't see Oblivion on Linux07:45
Se7hdaeos if the windows partition is set as 'bootable' erasing mbr will load the first boot flag07:45
daeosnor do i see her game Conquer on linux07:45
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daeosso then...07:45
daeoswould anyone know of a tool that would fit on a cd or floppy to erase the mbr?07:45
boscodaeos,  there are ways to make it work in linux just get wine and correct dill files and you should be set07:46
myndmelderI need help with this extra HD... I posted my question on the forum, but I have to get replies. And this needs to get done this evening... Anyone wanna take a shot at it?07:46
Se7hdaeos 'mbr clean erase' on google might help07:46
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ic56daeos: sounds like you don't want any linux on that box.  Why not restore the MBR with the windows boot loader?  Do you have a backup copy of that?  I suppose not.  Anyway, the reason fdisk isn't outputing anything is probably because the mbr is corrupt.07:46
boscomyndmelder,  the only way to figure out is to ask07:46
freakabcdwhat kernel source package should i nstall?07:46
McPantsso any x guru know if it can be done, irregular resolutions?07:46
myndmelderkk hold07:46
freakabcdi installed dapper flight5 and now updated it.07:47
boscomyndmelder, thnks07:47
Se7hfreakabcd \o/07:47
McPantsif linux can work on a psp screen why not this?07:47
freakabcdSe7h, works beautifully on my lappy07:47
ic56daeos: fdisk looks at the MBR, gets confused by what it sees, and decides the disk isn't really there and it's seeing ghosts -- that's my guess, though I'm no expert in fdisk internals.07:47
Se7hfreakabcd i know it does :>07:47
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myndmelderI was following the advice on this thread: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=15092207:48
myndmelderI got to the third part and this is what I got back;07:48
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hrtp15730 ?        S      0:00 kio_file [kdeinit]  file /tmp/ksocket-user123/klauncherQWAM9b.slave-socket /tmp/ksocket-user123/k07:48
hrtpwhat is this?07:48
daeoswell i guess i could make a boot disk, then use FDISK ?MBR07:48
hrtpjust curious07:48
apoc_hey everyone07:48
myndmeldermyndmelder@alpha-primus:~$ sudo mount -a07:48
myndmeldermount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/hdb1,07:48
myndmelder       missing codepage or other error07:48
myndmelder       In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try07:48
myndmelder       dmesg | tail  or so07:48
daeos* then use FDISK /MBR07:48
Se7hdaeos fdisk wont erase mbr i suppose07:49
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apoc_im a linux noob, and i just installed ubuntu, i want to watch a dvd, but i dont have any "decoders" where can i aquire this?07:49
Se7hi dunno07:49
mbainrotdoes anyone here use an Acecad Flair Tablet07:49
ubotuDVD playing is possible in ubuntu. You may need libdvdcss2, which is available via http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages (section extras)07:49
mbainroti was wondering how do i configure it for xserver07:50
boscomyndmelder,  not to be mean but just to let you know there is paste bin for that long of an error07:50
Se7hapoc_ what version ?07:50
ubotuxinerama is, like, totally, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/?action=fullsearch&context=180&value=xinerama&titlesearch=Titles Hopefully, one of these works for you, and feedback is welcome07:50
nickrudMcPants, sure irregular resolutions can be done (within the limits of the monitor) but you must find the exact refresh rates for your monitor before you do anything07:50
apoc_5.1, breezy07:50
apoc_i have totem movie player07:50
Se7hinstall automatix then07:50
myndmelderWhat do you mean bosco?07:50
apoc_Se7h, are you talking to me?07:50
ubotuit has been said that automatix is unsafe, it overwrites configuration files, and does things like "echo -e 'y\nY\n'" that are considered risky. Please do not use it. There are alternative applications, but it's often best to read the documentation.07:50
Steven_Mic56: the ownership of /home itself has somehow got mixed up what should the owner and group of /home be?07:51
Se7hapoc_ yes07:51
ubotuDid you get hit by a windmill? Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, mbainrot07:51
nickrudbut it sometimes works07:51
ic56Steven_M: drwxr-xr-x  5 root root 4096 Jan  7 08:02 /home07:51
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Se7hapoc_ or u can go through restrictedformats wiki07:51
apoc_how do i get the decoders i need for totem?07:52
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myndmelderHey bosco, what do you mean paste bin?07:52
hajikimyndmelder: read the topic please07:52
mbainrotits a public area where u paste code07:52
Se7hapoc_ https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats07:52
nickrudapoc_, I'd recommend sudo apt-get install totem-xine , then go to http://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats , and work your way through that documentation07:53
myndmelderthank you07:53
mbainrotmyndmelder: Basicly its there to stop people from pasting stuff in the chat chan07:53
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Steven_Mic56: what are those permissions in octal form?07:53
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myndmeldergot it.07:53
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tanukiis dapper dan the best release?07:53
McPantsare you sure it can be done? something like 672x540 ?07:53
tanukiwhat is the best version of ubuntu to download and use?07:53
Se7htanuki its the latest07:53
mbainrotdoes anyone know anyt