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Warbofredl: Well do you have GLCore in your modules section of xorg.conf?12:00
fredlWarbo - according to dpkg -l I'm using version ii  xorg-driver-fglrx                      6.9.0-8.23.7+
Henry_Beanhi, anyone knows some irc channel for linux palm users?12:00
NickGarveymwe: yes 64, yes theres something one second (grandparents just left12:00
nickrudvars, I just read a way to use wine & firefox to see flash 8 on http://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats12:01
Warbofredl: Erm.... fglrx is for ATI cards, not NVidia!12:01
NickGarveymwe: zv600012:01
ateveshi! i installed and set up proftpd as daemon. works fine, i can connect form outside, but ftpwho tells me that no users are connected, why?12:01
fredlWarbo - ehrm... sorry :P12:01
NickGarveymwe: 0000:03:02.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4318 [AirForce One 54g]  802.11g Wireless LAN Controller (rev 02)12:01
mweNickGarvey: yeah does lsmod|grep bcm show anything?12:01
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fredlWarbo - I think things broke on me when I installed kubuntu-desktop12:02
Warbofredl: Was that the problem sorted, or did you just give me wrong info?12:02
thiago_Warbo, I think this part resumes everything (I translated it): "W: It wasn't possible to check the list of packages http://archive.ubuntu.com breezy/universe Packages (/var/lib/apt/lists/archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_breezy_universe_binary-i386_Packages) - stat (2 files or directories not found)"12:02
fredlWarbo - I gave you the wrong info.12:02
NickGarveymwe: yes, I pasted it12:02
Warbofredl: kubuntu-desktop shouldn't do anything to Xorg. Kubuntu is the same as Ubuntu, same repos but different packages on the disc12:02
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fredlWarbo - I have an ATI card, the driver seems to work when I just start up 'X'. gdm also comes up, but when I log in in gdm, the menu gets build up to some unpredictable point and then restarts, it keeps trying to restart12:03
Warbothiago try "ls /var/lib/apt/lists/archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_breezy_universe_binary-i386_Packages"12:03
Warbofredl: Menu? The gnome-panel menu? Kicker menu? what?12:04
mweNickGarvey: where did you paste the output of lsmod|grep bcm?12:04
thiago_Warbo, it didn't find it12:04
fredlWarbo - the gnome panel menu12:04
zomican anyone tell me the name of the channel for graphics hardware Ubuntu issues12:04
NickGarveymwe: 0000:03:02.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4318 [AirForce One 54g]  802.11g Wireless LAN Controller (rev 02)12:04
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Warbothiago: OK, so we now know what the problem is.12:04
zomiallo simon12:04
mweNickGarvey: that's from lsmod?12:04
mweNickGarvey: isn't that from lspci?12:05
Warbofredl: OK, how about this "built up"? What does that mean exactly?12:05
NickGarveymwe: haha silly me one second12:05
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thiago_Warbo, this directory SHOULD exist?12:05
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fredlWarbo - can I msg you a piece of output that I see when I simply run startx without gdm running?12:06
varsnickrud, i dind't see anything about wine on that link12:06
NickGarveymwe: http://pastebin.com/66385212:06
Warbothiago: OK, this may be a bit of a bodge, but try "sudo touch /var/lib/apt/lists/archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_breezy_universe_binary-i386_Packages" then "sudo chmod 755 /var/lib/apt/lists/archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_breezy_universe_binary-i386_Packages"12:06
mweNickGarvey: oh yeah. like I thought. that one is conflicting with ndisrapper I think12:06
Warbofredl: I find startx doesn't work well with GNOME at all, only simple window managers like E or FluxBox12:06
varsis macromedia shockwave the sema as flash 8?12:07
mweNickGarvey: sudo modprobe -r bcm43xx12:07
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Warbovars: No. Flash 8 is for 2D stuff, shockwae is basic 3D12:07
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NickGarveymwe: ok now that command returned nothing12:07
fredlWarbo - hmmm.12:07
thiago_Warbo, nothing happened12:07
mweNickGarvey: good12:07
mweNickGarvey: lsmod, is it gone?12:07
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Warbovars: Flash 7 works fine, and 8 is just an update. I don;t think shockwave works at all on Linux (except for WINE)12:07
NickGarveymwe: yes, that returned nothing12:08
mweNickGarvey: good12:08
Warbothiago: Yes that's fine. Basically you've just made an empty file there. Now try "sudo apt-get update"12:08
DeMoNSeEDnope, shockwave still not on nix12:08
mweNickGarvey: now reload ndiswrapper. modprobe -r ndiswrapper && modprobe ndiswrapper. then dmesg|grep ndis12:08
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fredlWarbo - I just made an .xsession/chmod +x .xsession/startx and I get the same error message12:08
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mweNickGarvey: or dmesg| tail -n 2512:09
digitalwizdomautomatrix does all the work12:09
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ubotufrom memory, 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.12:09
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WarboDeMoNSeED: The only decent Shockwave I've ever found is one from the "Cat-a-pult" people!12:09
muchahow do i unrar a rarfile to a specific directory?12:09
NickGarveymwe: I love you12:09
NickGarveymwe: the light is on12:09
mweNickGarvey: good12:09
DeMoNSeEDfor years now macromedia, now Adode has been saying if enough want it they'll port it over, yeah, right!12:09
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mweNickGarvey: now blacklist that module12:09
fredlWarbo - does this mean anything to you: (WW) fglrx: No matching Device section for instance (BusID PCI:1:0:1) found12:09
max2hello !!  i am looking for a virusscanner that runs on linux that can scan and kill infections on ntfs systems...12:09
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DeMoNSeEDbtw, nice to see ya again Warbo12:10
mweNickGarvey: /etc/hotplug/blacklist12:10
mweNickGarvey: and make sure it's not in /etc/modules12:10
digitalwizdomget I used to over write them file myself , but I'm a moron12:10
NickGarveymwe: http://pastebin.com/66386112:10
mweNickGarvey: the bcm44xx12:10
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mweNickGarvey: that's really good12:10
mweNickGarvey: it's working12:10
varsnickrud, did you get flash 8 working?12:10
NickGarveymwe: just put "bcm44xx" in /etc/hotplug/blacklist?12:11
mweNickGarvey: now you need to actually configure the connection12:11
Warbofredl: If it is the panel screwing up then you MAY be able to do this (but it is very dodgy!). "sudo mv /usr/bin/gnome-panel ." then "sudo ln -s /bin/true /usr/bin/gnome-panel" That will move the panel out of bin temporarily and replace it with "true". Maybe GNOME then works and you can move back the panel and see if that works? (VERY dodgy though)12:11
mweNickGarvey: yeah and make sure it's not in /etc/modules either12:11
fredlWarbo - I'll give that a try12:11
nickrudvars, actually I'm messing around with it as we speak. My memory was defective, the page was talking about shockwave.12:11
mweNickGarvey: is your connection encrypted?12:11
NickGarveymwe: why does it say wlan0? its eth012:11
digitalwizdomflash works , Quicktime, firefox 1.5, mplayer and much more12:11
mweNickGarvey: it's wlan012:11
mweNickGarvey: eth0 was with the other driver12:11
mweNickGarvey: try iwconfig12:12
NickGarveymwe: iwconfig doesn't show wlan, it shows eth012:12
mweNickGarvey: sudo ifconfig wlan0 up12:12
WarboDeMoNSeED: Cat-a-pult is just a funny game where you slingshot rocks at cats to whack them through doors before they kill each other. It's best when you miss the doors and they hit the wall!12:12
varsahh i only have ff1.012:12
mweNickGarvey: and ifconfig eth0 down12:12
thiago_Warbo, things look better. Now I recieved this in the end: "gzip: stdin: not in gzip format12:12
thiago_" "Err http://archive.ubuntu.com breezy/universe Packages12:12
thiago_  Sub-process gzip returned an error code" "(1)downloaded 2B em 4s (0B/s)12:12
thiago_" "Fail on attempt to download http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/breezy/universe/binary-i386/Packages.gz  Sub-process gzip returned an error code (1)12:12
varsi should upgrade to ff1.512:12
NickGarveymwe: wlan0: ERROR while getting interface flags: No such device12:12
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ubotuYou can use firefox 1.5 by following this wiki page https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FirefoxNewVersion12:12
thiago_Warbo,  it was appearing before too, I though it was nothing12:13
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mweNickGarvey: rebooting might be easiest to clear the kernel confusion after the driver mess12:13
fredlWarbo - that worked....12:13
NickGarveymwe: sounds like a plan12:13
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NickGarveylet me log all this..12:13
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Warbothiago: Hang on a sec12:13
thenetduckman i hate sundays'12:13
WarboDoes anyone know if Epiphany has GZip built in?12:13
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DeMoNSeEDlol, k thanks Warbo12:13
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WarboI just opened a gzip archive and it came up text12:13
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naxxtorhallo there!  how would I go about getting XVid to work in breezy?12:14
WarboAnd I need to know if it is in gzip format.12:14
WarboOh I'll just download it!12:14
mustang97naxxtor, I found you need to install a codec pack and all formats work12:14
thiago_Warbo, sorru there12:14
fredlWarbo - so it would seem it's gnome-session that's messing up here.... are there gnome-session directories I can get rid of to 'reset' it somehow?12:14
thiago_Warbo, sorry there12:14
naxxtormustang97, called what...12:14
fredlWarbo - I mean gnome-panel is messing up12:15
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Warbothiago: OK, the file exists for me (and it seems to for you as well) and it IS in GZip format12:15
blindxThere isn't a photoshop for linux by any chance, is there?12:15
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naxxtorblindx, try the Gimp12:15
blindxI don't like it.12:16
_jasonblindx: no, but I have seen claims of 7.0 running in wine12:16
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mustang97naxxtor, check your msg..  thats the site I used to get the codecs working.12:16
naxxtorblindx, it's no real subsitute, i know, but it does work kinda12:16
Warbofredl: Maybe go into ~/.gnome212:16
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Warbofredl: I don't understand all of the XML though12:16
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naxxtormustang97, ... what msg12:16
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mustang97I have every type of video format and after I did what that site said it worked.12:16
NickGarveymwe: still eth0?12:16
mustang97I just msg'd you with a link12:16
b_jonasblindx: I don't know, but running Corel Draw under linux with wine is supported12:16
Warboblindx: People are annoyed with GIMP. It's so darn good that there's no competition, so no real innovation12:16
mweNickGarvey: lsmod?12:17
b_jonasI've just installed ubuntu to my computer12:17
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mustang97hopfully I dont get kicked.12:17
naxxtorwhenever i play an XVid file I get a blue screen and sound12:17
b_jonasand also installed some addittional packages12:17
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mustang97naxxtor, http://ubuntuguide.org/#codecs12:17
_jasonnaxxtor: only xvid?12:17
thiago_Warbo, what does this mean? (noob moment...)12:17
ubotusomebody said ubuntuguide was out of date, reported to break a lot and generally a bad source for information. Use help.ubuntu.com or wiki.ubuntu.com instead12:17
fredlWarbo - well I'll see what's in there. After I installed kubuntu-desktop and chose kdm as default display manager, it started gnome-session, maybe somehow that left the panel config hosed somehow12:17
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WarboAnyone know how to use the paste thing to send someone loads of text?12:17
b_jonasbut I can't find the package that contains the info docs for coreutils12:17
b_jonasdoes anyone know if there's one?12:18
naxxtor_jason, i think so.... wmv works fine12:18
_jasonWarbo: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/ , paste it there, copy the url and give it to the person12:18
NickGarveymwe: eek its back12:18
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mwehow do you completely make sure ubuntu doesn't load a particular module without removing it?12:18
NickGarveymwe: never blacklisted it12:18
sexcopter8000mis there a command or the such to see what, if any, services are running on one's machine?12:18
mweNickGarvey: did you add the correct name?12:18
NickGarveymwe: nope let me fix that12:18
Warbothiago: Well you've made an empty file, and it should be a downloaded list of packages in GZip format (compressed) but it's not because you just made it yourself. I'll try and send you the correct list12:18
mweNickGarvey: make sure you use the exact name12:18
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NickGarveymwe: where is the blacklist again?12:18
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NickGarveyfind -name blacklist returned nothing12:19
mweNickGarvey: /etc/hotplug/blaclist I think12:19
SirKillalothow can I edit the list of installed packages manually?12:19
_jasonnaxxtor: hrmm have you installed the codecs?12:19
mweNickGarvey: locate blacklist12:19
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naxxtor_jason, I thought so, but i'm just going to check12:19
SirKillalotthere is a problem with a package which locks my whole dpkg12:19
NickGarveymwe: its in modprobe.d?12:19
SirKillalotI'd like dpkg to think that it is already removed12:19
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SirKillalotis this possible?12:19
mweNickGarvey: also make sure it's not in /etc/modules12:19
mustang97Okay, I got a question...   I am trying to install ActiveTCL .. but I need root access to run the install script.   How do I install it if I cant login as root?12:20
_jasonnaxxtor: well I once got a blue screen like that, and I never found out what it was.  I had the codecs already.  It turns out it went away after I restarted X12:20
mweNickGarvey: it is? ok. thankfully hotplug is gone in dapper ...12:20
NickGarveymwe: ha yes I am using dapper12:20
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naxxtor_jason, intersting.  the thing is mplayer plays em fine, it's actually xine and gstreamer that doesn't12:20
b_jonasif there isn't, I'll have to install them by hand. pity.12:21
mweNickGarvey: well put it in the one in modprobe.d then12:21
naxxtorhowever there is sync problems when i play it in mplayer12:21
NickGarveymwe: alrighty reboot away12:21
Warbothiago: OK, can you go to http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/breezy/universe/binary-i386/ in firefox?12:21
qatsitarzeau: hey, this thing worked perfectly :D now i have my old files in here and everything is working good :D thanx a lot !!!12:21
ohzieIs there an easy way to install firefox 1.5?12:21
welshbytemustang97: you ask a person with root12:21
sexcopter8000mmustang97, "sudo"12:21
ohzieLike, can I enable a repo for beta shit or something?12:21
mustang97its an install script.   I cant even type anything in.12:22
mustang97its like windows exe's12:22
Warboohzie: You could temporarily put dapper in your Synaptic lists and upgrade firefox, then change back to breezy12:22
AMDXPwhat was i thinking i should have installed Dapper on this PC12:22
ohzieAnd if I install it with a .deb, will it screw up my 1.07 install?12:22
ohzieWarbo: Okay, thanks.12:22
ohzieWarbo: Dapper uses 1.5 then? Yay! :D12:22
fredlWarbo - well it's most definitely something in the settings that were saved for the panel coz if I log in as another user everything runs fine12:22
naxxtori'm having sound problems too12:22
Warboohzie: Yup. I'm on dapper, but I use Epiphany!12:22
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mustang97Is their a way to give myself root access?  ( this is my pc.. just intalled ubuntu the other day)12:23
naxxtorif i've got weird lag on sound, what should I do?12:23
welshbytemustang97: sudo12:23
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Warbofredl: For any other package I would recommend uninstalling with --purge to get rid of config files, but gnome-panel is needed by so much stuff :(12:23
thiago_Warbo: did it12:23
tritium!tell mustang97 about rootsudo12:23
naxxtormustang97, depends what for - if you really want full root access you can sudo passwd and then su into root - but using sudo is the "ubuntu" way to do things12:23
octathlonAfter using synaptic to install a couple of packages, I can't find them on any menu or figure out how to start them.(gnome photo printer and glunar clock). ..12:23
mustang97welshbyte, yea, I got that.  but its an install script.   I don't type anything in.12:23
naxxtorplus it makes more sense12:23
thiago_Warbo, there are 4 links12:23
Warbothiago: OK, download the Packages.gz file to your desktop12:24
SirKillalothow can I edit the list of installed packages manually?12:24
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sexcopter8000mmustang97, tried "sudo sh install.sh"?12:24
welshbytemustang97: eh?12:24
Warbothiago: Then go into a terminal12:24
NickGarveymwe: eth0 is not there, but nor is wlan012:24
angie83Can anyone here, help me fixing a remote LAN installation?12:24
gravesoni am receiving this error with mplayer : can anyone help me - /usr/bin/mplayer: error while loading shared libraries: libGL.so.1:12:24
thiago_Warbo, done12:24
mweNickGarvey: good12:24
NickGarveymwe: modprobe ndiswrapper brings eth0 back..12:25
nickrudvars, you still about?12:25
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mweNickGarvey: huh?12:25
aridesewhy is the firefox in breezy so old?12:25
Warbothiago: Do you know how to navigate around in a terminal or not (do I have to explain)12:25
mweNickGarvey: dmesg|tail -n 25 after modprobe ndiswrapper12:25
varsnickrud, yeah12:25
mustang97sexcopter8000m, : thanks.. that worked.   I didnt know you could run install scripts in terminal.12:25
varsNickGarvey, what up?12:25
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sexcopter8000mmustang97, ok, you're welcome :)12:25
angie83Can anyone here, help me fixing a remote LAN installation?12:26
Warboaridese: Work is being done on Dapper. Adding FF 1.5 could (would) cause bugs in stable that nobody can be bothered to fix so close to dapper12:26
thiago_Warbo, if you mean going to a directory, yes12:26
mweNickGarvey: also make sure you put ndiswrapper in /etc/modules12:26
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arideseWarbo, ah i see, dapper is june?12:26
nickrudvars, I did the wine/windows firefox install, went to the macromedia flash test site, and downloaded shockwave & flash there; both seem to work12:26
Warbothiago: OK, than go to your Desktop (in the terminal) and type "sudo -s -H"12:26
NickGarveymwe: ndiswrapper is not there, let me add it12:26
Warboaridese: something like that12:26
mweNickGarvey: no need to reboot though12:26
Apostle^can somone tell me why when i tell xine where to look for a dvd it still reads from the dvd-rom drive instead of the folder i specified?12:26
NickGarveymwe: http://pastebin.com/66389412:26
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mweNickGarvey: what's dmesg|tail -n 25 say after loading ndiswrapper?12:26
b_jonasnickrud: why wine? why not native firefox?12:27
varsnickrud, cool thanks12:27
nickrudb_jonas, I'm experimenting with shockwave support12:27
NickGarveymwe: in that pastebin12:27
mweNickGarvey: ok12:27
b_jonasoh, shockwave, I see12:27
thiago_Warbo, done12:27
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mweNickGarvey: can you sudo ifconfig wlan0 up?12:27
NickGarveymwe: no pretty light though..12:27
nickrudand flash 8. I just noticed that http://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats had some new info there, I'm checking it out.12:27
NickGarveymwe: no such device12:27
Warbothiago: If you give me a sec to work out what the apt-lists are I'll tell you what to do next (isn't learning fuhn :))12:27
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fredlGRRRR how can I make GNOME forget it's (wrong) state12:28
mwei don't understan. ifconfig -a and iwconfig?12:28
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thiago_Warbo, yes :)12:28
welshbytefredl: whats wrong about it?12:28
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Apostle^can somone tell me why when i tell xine where to look for a dvd it still reads from the dvd-rom drive instead of the folder i specified?12:28
mweNickGarvey: ^^12:28
octathloncan someone tell me how to find/run an application after installing it? It's not on the menu12:28
fredlwelshbyte, somehow while messing with kubuntu-desktop, the panel got in a weird state12:29
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NickGarveymwe: ifconfig -a http://pastebin.com/66389812:29
mweoctathlon: dpkg -L foobar. sometimes a shortcut is added at next log in12:29
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welshbytefredl: what kind of weird state?12:29
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gravesoni am receiving this error with mplayer : can anyone help me - /usr/bin/mplayer: error while loading shared libraries: libGL.so.112:29
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fredlwelshbyte - it keeps restarting.12:29
NickGarveymwe: iwconfig http://pastebin.com/66390212:29
Warbothiago: OK, I think I know what to do12:30
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octathlonthanks, I have rebooted... that command doesn't mean anything to me, but I'll try it.12:30
fredlwelshbyte, I just tried symlinking the /usr/bin/gnome-panel to /usr/bin/true and then logged in, then everything works, except the panel ofcourse.12:30
NickGarveymwe: I don't see where wlan0 is coming from.. and the light hasn't gone back on12:30
tritiumoctathlon: dpkg -L <packagename> lists all the files in that package12:30
charlieim trying to add my wireless card, and ive gotten the ndiswrapper part working, but i don't know how to add the network interface in my network setting control panel or whatever...  how do i do this?12:30
Warbothiago: Type "mv Packages.gz /var/lib/apt/lists"12:30
mustang97gowd dang son of a biiii...    anyone know how to install eggdrop?    I first got problems saying I need a compiler..  I got gcc installed.    now it said it needed tcl...  i got activetcl installed.      it still says I need activetcl specificaly   libtcl.so12:30
mustang97I have no clue what its wanting me to install12:30
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fredlwelshbyte - when I move gnome-panel back in /usr/bin, my gnome-panel seems to be crashing12:31
varsi am trying to play a DVD with mplayer and it won't do it's thingCache fill: 19.53% (204800 bytes)12:31
mweNickGarvey: but ndiswrapper says it's using wlan0 ? I don't get it. the annoying other module is gone, does lsmod confirm that?12:31
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octathlonthx tritium, trying it now...12:31
tritiummustang97: sudo apt-get install build-essential if you'll be building stuff12:31
facugaichoctathlon, look for files in some 'bin' folder, or 'sbin'12:31
Warbothiago: then go there (/var/lib/apt/lists)12:31
mustang97I think I did that already..  lemme try again12:31
mweNickGarvey: well is the card lighting up?12:31
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_charliehow do i get my network interface working after ive setup the ndiswrapper?12:31
tritiummustang97: but I'd install the eggdrop package, rather than build it, if I were you12:31
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NickGarveymwe: internal card, the light is what I see, and yes the other one is gone12:31
mustang97tritium,  whats the diff?12:32
simonpcaa+ tous, visite de paques oblige12:32
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mweNickGarvey: good. I wonder about the names though. whatever. try ifconfig eth0 up12:32
mweNickGarvey: is your wifi encrypted?12:32
NickGarveymwe: yes it is12:32
thiago_Warbo, it didn't find Packages.gz12:32
tritiummustang97: not having to build it (just install it, and you're done)12:32
NickGarveymwe: ifconfig eth0 up returned nothing12:32
thiago_Warbo, I'm still in the Desktop folder12:33
mweNickGarvey: good sign12:33
octathlonok, It is shown in /usr/bin/  but now what do I do?12:33
mweNickGarvey: does ifconfig show it's up?12:33
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NickGarveymwe: yes, so does iwconfig12:33
malavarhey how do i change my password on freenode???12:33
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Warbothiago: If you downloaded the Packages.gz file to your desktop (/home/username/Desktop) then move it from there. If you saved it somewhere else then move it from there instead12:33
mweNickGarvey: what does iwlist eth0 scan return?12:33
NickGarveymwe: but no light.. which was on before..12:33
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Warbothiago: mv is move by the way12:33
NickGarveymwe: no scan results, my router broadcasts the ssid12:33
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mustang97tritium, I ran that command and it says the version of tcl is too old for eggdrop.  goto activetcl to install newer..   I installed the activetcl couple seconds ago.12:33
jadaz87hello i was wondering is there anything like Dreamweaver for linux and has content?12:33
mweNickGarvey: when did the light go away?12:34
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NickGarveymwe: on reboot12:34
tritiummustang97: just install the package, and save yourself the hassle12:34
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tonyyarussojadaz87: Nvu is somewhat similar and wort checking out.12:34
malavarhey how do i change my freenode password???12:34
mweNickGarvey: odd12:34
mustang97in the synaptic package manager?12:34
mweNickGarvey: the interface name is wrong12:34
tritium!info eggdrop12:34
_jasonmalavar: /msg nickserv help12:34
NickGarveymwe: can't get it back...12:34
jadaz87tonyyarusso does it come with templates and content like Dreamweaver does?12:34
ubotueggdrop: (Advanced IRC Robot), section universe/net, is extra. Version: 1.6.17-3 (breezy), Packaged size: 459 kB, Installed size: 1144 kB12:34
mweNickGarvey: ndis ways it's wlan012:34
gravesonanyone ?12:35
NickGarveymwe: yeah,not sure why12:35
tritiummustang97: see above (it's in the universe repo)12:35
octathlonI found one of the two... but how do I get in on a menu or something?12:35
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mustang97wierd..  says its already installed12:35
tonyyarussojadaz87: Not sure.  If it doesn't by default you might be able to find some sites that offer them.  It is open source after all, so someone must have done it.12:35
mweNickGarvey: I'd try the newer ndiswrapper. does lsmod show ndiswrapper loaded?12:35
NickGarveymwe: should I start over and reload the driver?12:35
Warbothiago: Just a thought, probably nothing, but you haven't installed/tried to install anon-proxy have you? Cos my apt-get couldn't get on the Internet when it changed the PROXY variable, but Firefox could12:35
thiago_Warbo, Opps, didn't see the line telling to download the file (...) sorry there12:35
jadaz87tonyyarusso that is true12:35
Warbothiago: lol12:35
Apostle^is a dvd iso 9660 ?12:35
NickGarveymwe: yes it is loaded, how new is new?12:35
tritiummustang97: apt-cache policy eggdrop should tell you for sure12:35
NickGarveymwe: it says the driver version is 1.8 while the ndis is 1.712:36
Warbothiago: Basically just download it then move it to /var/lib/apt/lists then go there (must be superuser)12:36
mweNickGarvey: well on second thought dapper probably has a new version12:36
welshbytefredl: can't find anything to help with that i'm afraid, can't think what it would be12:36
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mustang97tritium, yup.. its installed..  now to find were the heck it is12:36
mweNickGarvey: why? is that dapper default?12:36
octathlonfacugaich, then what do I do... it's in /usr/bin/12:36
NickGarveymwe: yes12:36
Apostle^what file system do dvd's use12:36
thiago_Warbo, it will take some time (overloaded dial-up connection)12:36
DewDudeApostle^, UDF12:36
welshbytefredl: can't find anything to help with that i'm afraid, can't think what it would be12:36
NickGarveymwe: ndiswrapper -v says utils 1.7 driver 1.812:36
facugaichyou type it's filename in a terminal12:36
Apostle^DewDude: thanks12:36
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mweNickGarvey: probably ok12:36
octathlonOK... I can't add it to the menu?12:37
tritiummustang97: dpkg -L eggdrop12:37
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facugaichoctathlon, you run it from a terminal12:37
mweNickGarvey: ifconfig wlan0 up should work according to what dmesg says12:37
fredlwelshbyte - that's ok, I'll just start removing all those freaking GNOME directories that make no sense to me12:37
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mweNickGarvey: it's odd12:37
[C] hrisIf your using auto-apt and checkinstall what do you run after auto-apt run ./configure12:37
welshbytefredl: heh, very systematic :)12:37
tritiumyou're, not your12:37
octathlonok, thx facugaich...I was hoping I could add it to a menu or make a desktop icon12:37
Warbothiago: That may be the problem actually. No programs can tell if you are actuall on the Internet. They just try to access it, wait a while, and if they don't get a reply they assume it's not on. A slow dial-up doing loads of stuff will take ages to reply and the  program may assume you are not on the 'net12:37
[C] hrismake depend; make; checkinstall?12:38
Warbothiago: Which, if you recall, was the very first thing I asked :)12:38
NickGarveymwe: should I reload everything?12:38
facugaichoctatholn, I dunno know about that maybe you can12:38
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thiago_Warbo, by some time, I mean 1 hour12:38
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NickGarveymwe: I might have messed something when trying before12:38
octathlonat least I found it and can run it - thanks all for the answers12:38
Warbothiago: Well then that may be the problem then!12:38
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thiago_Warbo, yep12:38
mweNickGarvey: it's worth a try maybe12:38
thiago_Warbo, sorry again12:38
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rotemis it possible to test video ram?12:39
WarboAnybody know how to change the request timeout in apt-get? Increase it loads?12:39
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Apostle^DewDude: im trying to mount an iso of a dvd but it doesn't work when i try udf for the file system12:39
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acidspoondoes anybody know how to config webdav under breezy?12:40
thiago_Warbo, afer moving the file, what do I have to do?12:40
fredlgnome-panel hates me...12:40
Warbothiago: On the Debian site there is a How-To about setting up your own apt-get server and using another computer to download the packages. You could do this manually )ie. In firefox) then move the packages to /var/cache/apt/archives and apt will not bother trying to download them itself12:41
NickGarveymwe: bah what did you do to get the light to go on heh12:41
BlueSwirlhow do i get each workspace to have it's own desktop background?12:41
DewDudeyou don't mount iso's12:41
NickGarveymwe: exact same thing as before12:41
acidspooni need a httpd.conf12:41
Warbothiago: OK, go to that dir and unzip it (gunzip Packages.gz) and you end up with a file called Packages.12:41
mweNickGarvey: removed the old module and loaded ndiswrapper12:41
Warbothiago: Have a look at the other lists in there and give it an appropriate name (use mv to rename "mv Packages new_name_of_file")12:42
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NickGarveymwe: no old module12:42
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Warbothiago: Then it should have an up-to-date list of Ubuntu packages.12:43
NickGarveymwe: hmm why did that work..12:43
thiago_Warbo, ok, I'm just asking it to use the spare time (which magically became 10 minutes)12:43
DewDudeApostle^, you have to burn the iso to a DVD12:43
Apostle^DewDude: that's not true ...12:43
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Apostle^DewDude: i just want to watch it in xine12:43
thiago_Warbo, after that, it should work?12:43
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DewDudeApostle^, i'm just going on what i know12:43
mweNickGarvey: personally I installed ndiswrapper cvs12:43
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DewDudeDVD's are usually UDF12:44
Warbothiago: Yes, I was assuming something like that (that's why I was quite vague and went very far ahead)12:44
NickGarveymwe: mm.. let me find a howto..12:44
sonicjamhey guys can you guys login in msn because i can't12:44
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DewDudeApostle^, maybe you should try legally purchasing your movies12:44
Warbothiago: Have you even tried using "sudo apt-get update" when you are not using your connection for anything else?12:44
DeBertsonicjam, i'm logged in now12:44
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Warbothiago: It does work fine on dial-up, just takes a while12:44
NickGarveymwe: is that the same as compiling..?12:44
Apostle^DewDude: it is legally purchased buddy, i backup all my movies to the computer12:45
erUSULsonicjam: yes12:45
Apostle^DewDude: donot insult me jackass12:45
thiago_Warbo: yes, to install something from the cd12:45
byronI want to search for a file on my whole computer, is there any way of doing that12:45
Warbothiago: I mean updating over the Internet while your connection is free?12:45
Apostle^DewDude: if you don't know the answer say so, don't be a jerk12:45
mweNickGarvey: it implies compiling it12:45
sonicjamoh ok the sever is probaly back12:45
Seveas!tell Apostle^ about attitude12:45
DewDudeyou're the one trying to play ISOs..usually someone trying to play something off an iso is pirating movies12:45
thiago_Warbo, ops, no, I opened Synaptic to do that12:45
mweNickGarvey: it's not that hard12:45
Apostle^Seveas: tell him about it, calling me a theif12:45
SeveasApostle^, that does not justify your swearing12:45
NickGarveymwe: I googled cvs ndiswrapper and didn't get anything.. pretty12:45
byronI want to search for a file on my whole computer, is there any way of doing that12:45
thiago_Warbo, no, I never tried12:46
Warbothiago: Well Synaptic just tells apt-get what to do. Either is fine, but I'm just wondering if the requests are just timing out12:46
welshbytebyron: do you have locate on your computer? (i.e. locate <file>)12:46
djk_byron: locate foo12:46
scaleis there a good way to force ubunutu to boot into a command line instead of the graphical login?12:46
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scalea key you hold down during startup or something?12:46
sonicjamwhere a good site for themes12:46
tritiumApostle^, DewDude: both of you relax, please12:46
Seveas!tell sonicjam about themes12:46
welshbytebyron: if it's a new file it may not be indexed yet though12:46
mweNickGarvey: it's svn12:46
thiago_Warbo: maybe, but the messeges appeared in the same instant12:46
Warbothiago: What kind of activity are you doing? If it is major peer2peer or something then surely you could just limit the bamdwidth it is using?12:47
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Warbothiago: Oh12:47
mweNickGarvey: mkdir ndis && cd ndis && svn co https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/ndiswrapper/trunk/ndiswrapper ndiswrapper12:47
DewDudescale: you can either change it to runlevel 3 in your boot or remove the executable flag from the script in your init.d folder12:47
mweNickGarvey: install svn if you don't have it12:47
DewDudenot init.d rc.512:47
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scaleDewDude: how can I do that if I can't get it to boot into a command line in the first place?12:47
Warbothiago: It does sound a little like a proxy problem. You don't have to use a proxy do you? And if not, you haven't taold anything to use one anyway have you?12:47
odatwhere do i go for dapper talk?12:48
DewDudescale: ctrl-alt-F1 will take you to console12:48
ubotuDapper Drake will be the next release of Ubuntu - due June 1 (see: http://tinyurl.com/qyrkq). Join channel #ubuntu+1 for discussion :)12:48
thiago_Warbo, no, I was just downloading a file from a page. It was just at 2 KB/s12:48
welshbyteodat: #ubuntu+112:48
DewDudehowever, you can modify that stuff from terminal once you boot into gnome/whatever-youre-using12:48
thiago_Warbo, may I ask for help for another problem?12:49
Warbothiago: OMG, how I remember dialup speeds! I get annoyed at anything less than 200KB/s now!12:49
Warbothiago: Sure12:49
scaleDewDude: I'm using gnome. it starts automatically. it's not playing nice w/ my monitor, so it shows up as a quarter-inch bar at the top of the screen.12:49
scalei need a way to get into the command line other than through the regular gui boot sequence.12:49
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whiter`how can i boot into terminal only?12:49
Warboscale: in GRUB use recovery mode (or add the word "single" to the "kernel" line and get rid of "splash")12:50
scaleWarbo: thanks, i'll try that now...12:50
Warbowhiter: same as I just said to scale12:50
Seveaswhiter`, see what Warbo just said to scale 12:50
thiago_Warbo, and I'm really happy with more than 4KB/s. That's why I don't (or "can't") use peer2peer12:50
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NickGarveymwe: ok, then ./configure, make, make install?12:51
mweNickGarvey: almost. wait a sec12:51
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mweNickGarvey: first make sure you wanna do this12:51
WarboOh yeah. In all of this selfless helping I forgot that I have a major problem!12:51
NickGarveymwe: if I totttally mess something up I can reinstall12:51
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NickGarveymwe: no wireless = no linux on laptop12:52
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WarboI've got a wireless PCI card and the drivers are fine and it appears in the Networking thing and I got on to Wireless fine.12:52
fredlturns out ~/.metacity was fubar or something12:52
tritiumWarbo: how humble of you to point that out...12:52
WarboThen I reboot with it in and everyting screws up!12:52
fredlwhat the hell is metacity?!?!12:52
jadaz87hello guys i install vmware and i ran it and it ran fine i then restarted my computer but now i click on the shortcut and now it does not do anything12:52
thiago_Warbo, ok, a friend of mine can't make his winmodem work. It's a Lucent modem and he already tried to search the wiki. He found a text, but the writer wasn't able to make this kind of modem work12:52
ubotuPlease watch your language. We try to be nice and help but some of us don't like to see such things on our screen.12:52
tonyyarussofredl: Window manager.12:52
mweNickGarvey: Well I use a custom kernel. We need to figure out how to get rid of the ndiswrapper module that comes with linux-image12:52
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Seveasfredl, metacity is the window manager. The thing responsible for drawing window borders and moving windows12:53
tritiumfredl: first warning12:53
Warbothiago: Well I had a few winmodems a while ago, so I know a little, but I may get them all confused!12:53
mweNickGarvey: and make sure it doesn't come back when you update12:53
DoctorDynalanguage, where, i missed it12:53
NickGarveymwe: oh.. I'm trying make uninstall12:53
fredlhuh warning?!?!12:53
NickGarveymwe: ndis didn't come with dapper12:53
fredlwhat'd I say??12:53
mweNickGarvey: not even the module?12:53
mweNickGarvey: are you sure about that?12:53
Warbothiago: I had a Softlink, Connexant (They make you pay for a driver!) and another, began with an E12:53
smackpotatoflash firefox,twosoundcards. whats the skinny12:53
DoctorDynais there a bot that sits in here silent until theres a word like "hell" or is there actually sombody with that little of a life lol12:53
mweNickGarvey: I think it's included with linux-image12:53
SeveasDoctorDyna, careful.12:54
NickGarveymwe: nope not at all12:54
DoctorDynacareful of what?12:54
NickGarveymwe: there was something in /lib/modules12:54
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mweNickGarvey: it is. I'm positive12:54
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thiago_Warbo, I'm sure his modem is Lucent12:54
DoctorDyna*sigh* im gonna get kicks out of here too for asking a question i guess12:54
NickGarveymwe: but I just rmdired the directory because make uninstall did the rest for me12:54
mweNickGarvey: linux-image provides ndiswrapper.ko12:54
tritiumDoctorDyna: it was the _way_ in which you asked it12:54
tonyyarussoDoctorDyna: Not a lack of life.  They volunteer to take on that responsibility as a means of maintaining a positive atmosphere.  Details available at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcRules12:54
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mweNickGarvey: that's not good12:54
NickGarveymwe: no...12:55
DoctorDynaoh, so...12:55
NickGarveymwe: not good?12:55
mweNickGarvey: it will come back on a kernel update12:55
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fredlDoctorDyna - that seems the way it goes with good things, first it's good, then the thought control police kicks in.12:55
DoctorDynasee, thats the answer i was looking for12:55
NickGarveymwe: so um..12:55
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jadaz87tonyyarusso do you know how i can set the gcc environment? i think it is       export something12:55
DeBertDo you guys know a GTK app for gtalk with VOIP?12:55
mweNickGarvey: you need to figure out how to permanently remove the ubuntu ndiswrapper module12:55
DoctorDynathere are dedicated people that look for peepee and poopoo, thats all i was asking.12:55
Warbothiago: Fine fine, just telling you of my experience. I got them all working (even the Connexant) and I could use standard dial-up tools like gnome-ppp. The only problem was that they didn't know when they discaonnected, so they couldn't reconnect automatically.12:55
mweNickGarvey: then you have to recompile your own on kernel updates12:55
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tonyyarussojadaz87: Um, nope.  Sorry.  (Haven't done enough compiling for that stuff yet.)12:55
NickGarveymwe: I uh what...12:56
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jadaz87 does anyone know how i can set the gcc environment? i think it is export something12:56
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Seveasjadaz87, export CC=gcc12:56
thiago_Warbo, well, forget about it, the guy is only using linux because his programming teacher makes he use vi to program in Fortran 77. Without a compiler, it's not very useful12:56
mweanyone. how do you permanently remove an ubuntu module without removing linux-image?12:56
nickrudjadaz87, export CC='gcc-XXX'12:56
dumezil_can anyone help me setup my wireless card with ndiswrapper?12:56
jadaz87thank you seveas ncikrud12:56
fredlso is tritium a bot?12:56
tonyyarussoDoctorDyna: Among lots of other things.  They also try to control flooding, trolls, and offtopic chatter, for example.12:56
Seveasmwe, 'ubuntu-module'?12:56
tritiumfredl: no, I'm not12:56
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Seveasfredl, a highly intelligent one12:56
DoctorDynawell, yeah, i understand that..12:57
mweSeveas: one included in linux-image12:57
tritiumSeveas: heh ;)12:57
nickrudFred, a very advanced version12:57
Seveasmwe, sudo rm12:57
thiago_Warbo, but the guy is using Force 2.0 alredy, so it's not so urgent12:57
thiago_Warbo, thanks anyway!12:57
WarboAnyone help me with mythiago: What a cruel techer. Why can't he do it properly and use Emacs? :)12:57
mweSeveas: but doesn't it come back on kernel updates?12:57
Seveasmwe, yup12:57
scaleWarbo: It's still trying to start Gnome Display Mgr12:57
Warbooops, 2 posts in one!12:57
fredlSo ubotu is the bot and tritium just warned me because I annoyed ubotu?12:57
mweSeveas: no way to prevent that?12:57
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Seveaswhy do tou want to remove it?12:57
Seveasare you that low on diskspace?12:57
DoctorDynaheres the thing though, ive sat here watching most of the day, watching people who are actively talking...and the only time i saw the person i was picking on when i said that, was when sombody said something that you only hear past 8pm on primetime TV.12:57
mweSeveas: because he needs ndiswrapper svn12:58
DoctorDynaso, i asked...12:58
Warboscale: If you use the "single" option then you get dumped to a terminal. If you type "exit" or press "ctrl-d" then it will carry on normal boot up.12:58
DoctorDynano biggie12:58
nickrudfredl, DoctorDyna, don't sweat it.12:58
thiago_Warbo, cruel because of the language, vi or both?12:58
jadaz87nickrud seveas  restart /usr/bin/vmware-config.pl12:58
mindtzaranyone know how I can install the XML::Parser module for perl, I keep getting errors when trying to install it :(12:58
jadaz87with CC environment variable pointing to the "gcc" version "3.4.5". what should i put:   export CC='gcc-3.4.5'?12:58
Seveasmwe, hmm, that means removing every time after a kernel upgrade12:58
mweNickGarvey: I have an idea12:58
mweSeveas: ok12:58
Warboscale: while you are in the terminal move the /etc/init.d/gdm to somewhere else, then it won't start (but everything else important will)12:58
nickrudjadams, gcc-3.412:58
erUSULjadaz87: yes12:58
Seveasjadaz87, export CC=gcc-3.412:58
fredlnickrud - well sorry, I do. I don't like being patronized by a bot.12:58
scaleWarbo: it stalls and gives me the option to enter the root password or hit ctrlp-d... wwill entering the root password do it?12:58
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DoctorDynai gotta be careful not to tell sombody what to use to check their disks O_O12:59
Warboscale: Yes. Single dumps you to a root terminal. This is incredibly insecure, so they ask for a password these days12:59
SeveasWarbo, not on Ubuntu 12:59
mweNickGarvey: ?12:59
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NickGarveymwe: ideas are good12:59
NickGarveymwe: what?12:59
tritiumfredl: you're not being patronized.  You flatter yourself if you think that.12:59
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nickrudfredl, I missed the bot thing, but the ops here are cautious, but kind.12:59
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scaleok...let me give that a shot01:00
Warboseveas, well scale just said it dis (and I've never seen it on Ubuntu either)01:00
mweNickGarvey: ok. it will take a little work after each kernel update01:00
mindtzaranyone know how I can install the XML::Parser module for perl, I keep getting errors when trying to install it01:00
NagyZcould anybody help me with samba + ldap? :)01:00
thiago_Warbo, about the vi, he suposses someday this friend of mine will work in a place with only Intel 486 available and no graphic-friendly linux01:00
dumezil_can anyone help me with ndiswrapper and a wireless card?01:00
scaleAs long as I'm asking questions here, let me ask about what got me into this mess...01:00
fredltritium - what is that supposed to mean?!?!01:00
SeveasWarbo, he's most likely on breezy with a root password set01:00
facugaichI have added a mount command to .bash_profile, but now it asks me a password twice when I login, any way to avoid this?01:00
NagyZwhen I first fire up samba, I got this:01:00
NagyZfailed to add domain dn= sambaDomainName=DOZSA,dc=x,dc=hu with: Invalid DN syntax invalid DN01:00
NickGarveymwe: okie dokie01:00
NagyZand I dont know why01:00
tonyyarussoSeveas: In that export command, what's the significance of 'CC'?  Custom compiler perhaps?01:00
scaleI'm trying to get xorg.conf to recognize the wheel on my scroll mouse01:00
Seveasfredl, it means that you are being annoying and should stop that now01:00
mweNickGarvey: remove the module provided by linux-image. then compile your own01:00
NagyZanbody? :)01:00
scalein the mouse section i put "evdev" instead of "mouse" for the driver01:00
erUSULtonyyarusso: C Compiler01:00
SeveasTonus, C Compiler01:00
mweNickGarvey: you have to do that at every kernel update01:00
WarboScale: BTW, if you want to get rid of this vulnerability just add a password to GRUB (but use a different one to normal root password as "single" is the best way to fix a forgotten root password)01:00
nickrudfacugaich, mount commands in .bash_profile are probably not a good idea, theres probably a better way to get where you want to be01:00
tonyyarussoerUSUL, Seveas: Ah, okay.  Thanks.01:00
fredlI'm not talking to you Seveas, I'm asking tritium something, is that alright with you?01:01
scalethen i restart X and suddenly the screen doesn't work.01:01
facugaichnickrud: like what?01:01
scalebut it doesn't give me an error and dump to command line.01:01
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nickrudfacugaich, depends on the destination01:01
scaleit's like x is working... just not in a way that I can read.01:01
jadaz87fredl Seveas is an op i whould treat him with more respect if i were you01:01
Seveasfredl, stop being a baby - please behave in here or leave.01:01
tritiumfredl: leave it alone01:01
thiago_Warbo, ok, just finished download, trying now01:01
mweNickGarvey: /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/net/ndiswrapper/ndiswrapper.ko01:01
facugaichnickrud, what do you mean by destination?01:01
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NickGarveymwe: gone01:01
Seveasjadaz87, ops shouldn't get more or less respect than others01:01
Warbothiago: 486. Never had one of them. At that time I was multitasking on my 1280x512 resolution Amiga 1200.01:01
dumezil_ive gotten ndiswrapper working, but there in no wlan0 network interface...  what gives?01:01
nickrudfacugaich, what are you mounting, and why?01:01
fredlI AM behaving, I am asking a simple question and I get scolded for it.01:02
DoctorDynasee, ops are supposed to be helpful, not like...deities...but anyway01:02
mweNickGarvey: good. now dpkg -l|grep ndis01:02
Warbothiago: OK, remeber, this may be a big waste of time at the end!01:02
facugaichnickrud, my windows partition01:02
mweNickGarvey: remove the utils01:02
jadaz87seveas yes that is true01:02
ProN00bi need a pixel lineal for my screen01:02
fredldon't tell me to shut up and stop being a baby.01:02
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nickrudfacugaich, you probably want that in /etc/fstab01:02
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mweNickGarvey: do you have build-essential installed?01:02
NickGarveymwe: yup01:02
smackpotatoflash firefox,twosoundcards. whats the skinny01:02
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Warbopron00b: Your name says noob, but this sounds quite admavced as I don't know what it is01:03
mweNickGarvey: cat /proc/version. what does that say for gcc?01:03
NickGarveymwe: dpkg -l returned nothing01:03
facugaichnickrud, what should I do? add a line to it?01:03
mweNickGarvey: oh. how did you get the utils?01:03
thiago_Warbo, never had one either, but you never know where you will work!01:03
NickGarveymwe: I apt-get removed them01:03
nickrudfacugaich, yes.01:03
scalehah. okay, i restored my old xorg.conf, so now x works again. at least readably.01:03
NickGarveymwe: and ran make uninstall01:03
Warbothiago: Have you gone to /var/lib/apt/lists in a terminal (as root with "sudo -s -H")01:03
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mweNickGarvey: ok so no sign of ndiswrapper at this point?01:03
NickGarveymwe: nope01:04
SeveasWarbo, sudo -i does the same as sudo -s -H and is shorter ;)01:04
mweNickGarvey: and gcc --version mathes the one from /proc/version?01:04
nickrudfacugaich, if you'd paste the single line you use in your profile to mount the windows partition, I'd be happy to translate to an /etc/fstab line01:04
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thiago_Warbo, yes01:04
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NickGarveymwe: yessir01:04
dumezil_ive gotten ndiswrapper working, but there in no wlan0 network interface...  any clue what im doing wrong?01:04
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Seveashi HedgeMage, are you coming to voice everyone again? ;)01:05
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WarboSeveas: Well I know "sudo -s" keeps you as superuser, but I think it stays with your own account (ie. it can overwrite your config files with root-owned ones)01:05
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thiago_Warbo, god damn dial-up...01:05
mweNickGarvey: good. now make && make install. when you install the module next time go to the driver dir and make clean && make && make install01:05
Warbothiago: Right, you've extracted it with"gunzip Packages.gz"? I'll find the right name for it then01:05
bluelotusCan you make a window _not_ change workspaces? I.E. "Only on workspace 6"? This would be nice to stop GAIM from popping up all over the place etc.01:05
hellz_hunteri installed a theme and i love the colour scheme, but there are some areas where the font should be darker and input areas that should be white, where do i go to change this?01:05
mweNickGarvey: I hope you have linux-headers installed01:05
nickrudbluelotus, there's a package called devilspie that you can use to control where windows appear01:06
mweNickGarvey: if not apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r)01:06
bluelotusnickrud, Thankyou!  I'll get right on that!@01:06
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facugaichnickrud, filesystem is /dev/hda1, mount point /disco, type FAT3201:06
Warbothiago: This is the closest I could find in my lists directory (but I've changed dapper to breezy): archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_breezy_main_binary-i386_Packages try renaming to that01:06
thiago_Warbo, I did it, but the same error re-appeared01:06
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mweNickGarvey: and make sure you remove the ubuntu provided ndiswrapper module first01:07
Warbothiago: Use "mv Packages.gz archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_breezy_main_binary-i386_Packages"01:07
bluelotushellz_hunter, go to system -> preferences -> themes -> theme details -> then go the the theme's folder.  You might be able to edit it there?01:07
DoctorDynafredl, id let you proxy rape my server, but alas id have to give you privleges on it.01:07
NickGarveymwe: I am running an out of date kernel.. let me update...01:07
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NickGarveymwe: can't get my headers01:07
mweNickGarvey: oh01:07
NickGarveymwe: .19 is what I have, headers are .2001:08
mweNickGarvey: yeah update01:08
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Warbothiago: Try using "apt-cache search somethingnotontheCD"01:08
DoctorDyna2ban me now01:08
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Warbothisgo: If it comes up something then the list is in the right place01:08
nickrudfacugaich, /dev/hda1 /disco -t vfat defaults,umask=0000 0 0    <-- that line will cause /disco to be mounted at boot, with all having read/write access01:08
NickGarveymwe: will that require removing the module again?01:09
mweNickGarvey: yes01:09
mweNickGarvey: it's annoying01:09
NickGarveymwe: eh.. as long as it works I guess...01:09
schtinkermy ubuntu package for ffmpeg is messed up... the command "ffmpeg -vd /dev/video -ad /dev/audio out.mpg" returns "cound not find video grab device" when /dev/video0 is obviously there and tvtime works fine. Anybody seen this before?01:09
dumezil_im trying to setup my wireless card.  ive gotten ndiswrapper working and it reports "bcmwl5 Hardward present: yes", but when i go to configure the network, there is not wlan0 interface...  whats wrong?01:09
mweNickGarvey: ubuntu doesn't seem to provide another way01:09
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nickrudDoctorDyna, what a waste of your time01:09
thiago_Warbo, the lists are in the righ folder. Here is what is inside /var/lib/apt/lists:01:10
thiago_Warbo, archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_breezy_main_binary-i386_Packages01:10
NickGarveymwe: eh.. so I do that by make clean or something?01:10
mwedumezil_: can you sudo ifconfig up it?01:10
facugaichnickrud, why is that "-t" option in there, I don't see it in the other lines of fstab?01:10
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Warbodumezil: Are you sure that wlan0 is the correct device? Have you tried the MAKEDEV script in the /dev directory?01:10
Seveasthiago_, NEVER paste in here01:10
mweNickGarvey: no01:10
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nickrudfacugaich, doh. Good eye, I was translating in my head and forgot to drop that01:10
Warbothiago: That sounds right. Is one of those the one you downloaded (been renamed)?01:11
mweNickGarvey: rm /lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/net/ndiswrapper/ndiswrapper.ko01:11
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NickGarveymwe: okie01:11
onephatmindhey guys; is anybody using ubuntu in production? primarily web?01:11
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NickGarveymwe: I'll put that in a file..01:11
mweNickGarvey: yeah. you could make a script to automate the process01:11
mweNickGarvey: and run it at kernel updates01:11
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dumezil_mwe: nope...   "no such device"01:11
varsDewDude,   i legally purchase my DVD's and my DVD player was working with mplayer a week ago, but now it isn't working at all01:12
mwedumezil_: is the ndiswrapper module loaded?01:12
thiago_Warbo, none of them01:12
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DewDudevars: i don't watch movies on my PC, i can't help ya01:12
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facugaichnickrud, to change the priviledges I should change umask?01:13
Warbothiago: OK, the Packages.gz you downloaded should have been "gunzipped" ("gunzip Packages.gz") then renamed to archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_breezy_main_binary-i386_Packages01:13
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Henry_Beanhi, anybody knows how to mount a digital camera as a storage device?01:13
varsandi i don't know why01:13
Henry_Beanto upload things into its memory card01:13
mweHenry_Bean: I just plug mine in01:13
SeveasHenry_Bean, not all cameras can do that. The ones that can, will automount01:13
varsDewDude, how do you watch movies01:13
cmathesoni'm trying to use oobase to connect to my mysql database... it looks like it wants to use odbc or jdbc, i chose jdbc, but it says it can't load the jdbc driver... how do i get it to do that?01:14
bluelotusnickrud :-D Devilspie and Brightside both apt-get very poorly.  The example configuration files appear to be missing.01:14
SeveasHenry_Bean, the others should be used via f-spot or a similar program01:14
varsSeveas,  my DVD player was working with mplayer a week ago, but now it isn't working at all01:14
schtinkermy ubuntu package for ffmpeg is messed up... the command "ffmpeg -vd /dev/video -ad /dev/audio out.mpg" returns "cound not find video grab device" when /dev/video0 is obviously there and tvtime works fine. Anybody seen this before?01:14
WarboHenry_Bean: In GNOME it should be automatic. If not then the mount command will do it (if it is USB then it will be called /dev/sda1)01:14
onephatmindcmatheson, do you have mysql jdbc and nix odbc installed?01:14
Henry_BeanSeveas: mwe: yes, this one make the automount, but opens the default program to import the pictures...01:14
thiago_Warbo, I don't know01:14
dumezil_mwe: it is loaded01:14
mweNickGarvey: sorry gotta go. remove the module and make && make install. when you have to do it again go to the driver dir and make clean && make && make install01:15
cmathesononephatmind: i don't have odbc installed... where does the mysql jdbc come from? is that not part of java (i have that installed)01:15
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Warbothiago: OK, OK. Where is the .gz file you downloaded?01:15
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onephatmindgo to synaptic01:15
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onephatmindput in mysql and find mysql java driver01:15
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StargazersHi. How I can use KDM instead of GDM if I pressed GDM when I install kubuntu-desktop? I mean that I want to change it01:16
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StargazersBut how it can be made?01:16
SeveasStargazers, sudo dpkg-reconfigure kdm01:16
tRSShow can I watch quicktime trailers from the apple website?01:16
thiago_Warbo, It WAS in this folder01:16
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nickrudbluelotus, not especially suprised :)01:16
cmathesononephatmind: found it, thanks01:16
StargazersSeveas: Thanks a lot01:16
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WarboStargazers: I think "sudo dpkg-reconfigure gdm" or the same for kdm would ask you again01:16
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grrrsorry ok?01:16
Warbothiago: Well if you used gunzip then it will be gone and you are left with Packages01:17
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facugaichnickrud, umask = privileges?01:17
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StargazersYep, that helped. But well, can it be the reason that my keyboard won't recognise finnish keyboard settings? I mean, I installed kubuntu-desktop but I can't write characters like a-umlaut and o-umlaut (a and o with dots over those)?01:18
StargazersIn settings I have selected Finnish keyboard layout01:18
nickrudfacugaich, precisely. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AutomaticallyMountPartitions has more info on how to set proper privileges (permissions) on that partition01:18
StargazersBut it won't help01:18
thiago_Warbo, so, it's all right now?01:18
facugaichthanks nickrud01:18
WarboStargazers: Finnish should be fine. Linux ONLY had Finnish a while ago :)01:18
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DoctorDyna2watch out, hes on a mission now...01:18
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Jmaxhi, i watn to swtich from debian to ubuntu.  I know it's as easy as modifying the sources.list and dist-upgrade'ing , but i can't seem to find out wthat the appropriate line in my sources.list would be01:18
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onephatmindis anybody running a toshiba laptop? the m45 s359 to be more specific?01:19
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StargazersWarbo: Yep but my problem is that I have selected FINNISH layout but I can't still write finnish chars on my keyboard01:19
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Warbothiago: Well if you try something like "apt-cache search j2re1.4" and it gives you some results then it should be OK01:19
obscuriteonepathmind - you'd have better luck asking chipset specific questions about specific issues01:19
tritiumonephatmind: what's the issue?01:19
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WarboStargazers: Do you know if it is a problem with Xorg or with GNOME? Mine used to have conflicting settings01:20
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StargazersNo, it is not problem with GNome or Xorg. In GNome keyboard work fine but on KDE it won't01:20
StargazersThat is the problem01:20
jsmidtSoundjuicer says it can't find and cdroms and I can't mount anything.  How can I figure out what is wrong?  Any commands I can run?01:20
onephatmindi'm having a weird problem with all distros but fedora which i dont want to use;  if i boot with acpi=on neither of my NICs (wired, wireless) is able to be activate dor get an ip even though they are both recognized and seen01:20
onephatmindhehe there01:20
WarboStargazers: Ah. KDE, sorry. I can barely find my way around kcontrol!01:21
onephatminddebian netinst did not even see them at all01:21
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onephatmindonce acpi=off is in effect, it works like a champ01:21
schtinkerhow can I turn on my video capture card without using a gui interface... I think the GUI is clogging my pci bus and messing up the closed captioning01:21
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schtinkerI used to use ffmpeg, but it seems broken01:22
StargazersWarbo: Finnish keyboard is only layout what is installed on my "Active layouts" list01:22
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speedy_whats the name of the tool that configures the services runlevel by a menu-driven interface?01:22
StargazersAnd "Enable keyboard layouts" is on01:22
Warboschtinker: What kind of card?01:22
thiago_Warbo, it did it, but I still recieve an error messege when I try to update the Universe list01:22
nickrudspeedie, sysv-rc-conf01:22
schtinkerwinfast 2000, warbo01:22
nickrudspeedie, also bum01:22
schtinkerwarbo, deluxe... has always worked under my i386 fedora distros01:22
StargazersWell, have to test if that helped that I changed to KDM. Soon back...01:22
speedy_thanks nickrud01:22
Warbothiago: OK, don't try to update. You just did that manually. Just try to install something from Universe01:23
schtinkerwarbo, my PCI video card is an 8MB ATI rage clone01:23
Warboschtinker: Well I have one of those that begins with a B (driver is BTTV or something) anyway it works fine. But in B/W01:23
nemesysHallo Dennis.01:23
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thiago_Warbo, there are no universe topics in sections of Synaptic01:24
schtinkerwarbo, yeah it's a bttv card01:24
Warbothiago: Oh. Hmmmm. Hang on01:24
schtinkerwarbo, and in the past I've used "ffmpeg -vd /dev/video0 -ad /dev/audio0 out.mpg"01:24
onephatminddmesg | grep ipw2200 nags that it failed to TX_POWER the NIC after 5 attempts which leads me to think that acpi is not properly powering the centrino chipset01:24
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schtinkerwarbo, but it says "can't find video device."01:24
onephatmindany ways around that?01:25
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Warbothiago: Oh darn it. The file name should be "archive.ubuntu.com_ubuntu_dists_breezy_universe_binary-i386_Packages" not "main"01:25
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Warboschtinker: I've never used ffmpeg directly so I don't know about that01:26
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StargazersHell I can't still write finnish chars :S01:26
thiago_Warbo, ahuahuahuhauauh01:26
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thiago_Warbo, I'll rename it lol01:27
Warbothisgo: Yes, I know I know01:27
Warbothiago: Why do I keep spelling thatwrong? I'll put it in copy/paste buffer01:27
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thiago_Warbo, btw , how do I rename things in terminal?01:27
SeveasWarbo, hint: <tab> completion ;)01:27
Seveasthiago_, mv oldname newname01:27
erUSULthiago_: mv01:28
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hegemoni need some recommends on secure net communicado tools: gnunet, i2p, tor, anon-proxy, privoxy, etc????01:28
Warbothiago: There is a really confusing "rename" command for batch renaming things with perl expressions, but I just use mv to move it from one name to the other01:28
StargazersAny ideas how I can make keyboard work on KDE right?01:28
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Warbohegemon: Have you tried Freenet?01:28
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sonicjamhey guys how do i install a theme01:29
dotdash[a] ndyMornin' all =)01:29
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WarboSeveas: WOW! That's amazing!01:29
Warbosonicjam: You just extract it in your home folder/.themes01:30
Warbosonicjam: Or you can get the "gnome-art" program which is good.01:30
sonicjamthat what i do but it doesn't show up01:30
aPi'm trying to mount a dvd iso i can get it mounted (only in iso9660) and xine won't play it like i'm told it should, right from the iso, i want to mount it udf to /media/cdrom can somoen help? thanks01:30
sonicjamdo i need to restart linux01:31
schtinkerap: are you using dapper?01:31
jadaz87hello i am having problems with vmware01:31
WarboaP: As far as I know you give DVD players the device name of your DVD. If you want to play the VOB files then convert them with transcode01:31
aPschtinker: yes01:31
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schtinkerap: I had a similar thing happen last night. gxine would not play an episode of futurama for me01:31
thiago_Warbo, trying to update again01:31
Warbosonicjam: No restarts are usually necissary ever, except upgrading kernel or adding hardware01:31
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aPWarbo: i don't want to have to transcode i just want to make the .iso play like a normal dvd01:31
schtinkerap: when breezy was doing it fine. My data dvd was unreadable or something01:32
aPschtinker: it tells me no demuxers01:32
Warbothiago: Just try searching. As far as I can tell the update just downloads that Packages.gz file, unzips it and puts in the lists directory, which is what you've done01:32
schtinkerap: what format is the dvd in?01:32
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aPschtinker: it's an .iso01:32
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schtinkerap: meaning, is it a data dvd or a "tv playable" dvd01:32
aPschtinker: tv playable01:32
hegemonWarbo, no, im doin some research now.01:33
jsmidtHow do you go about configureing your cdrom?01:33
aPschtinker: xine works fine if i put in a dvd-disc ...01:33
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thiago_Warbo, search for what?01:33
schtinkerschtinker: you mean a retail movie or something?01:33
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Warbothiago: Just search for something that is not on the CD, just in Universe. If it is there then it has worked. Example: j2re1.401:33
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schtinkerap: make sure you burned the iso image not an image of the image01:34
schtinkerap: I've done that before01:34
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aPschtinker: i didn't burn anything, i made a .iso of a dvd.01:34
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aPschtinker: i have the .iso file locally01:34
schtinkeroh I see01:34
jadaz87can anyone help me with vmware?01:34
aPschtinker: xine is supposed to be able to play the .iso but it tells me no plugin and no demuxer01:34
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Warbohegemon: If you have Java (ask someone how to enable Universe) then you can jaut download the Freenet archive from their site and use Frost as a gui or connect to localhost:8888 to do anonymous browsing (not on the normal Ineternet though, just "freesites")01:35
aPschtinker: i can mount the iso and then play the files in xine but the menu's are un-clickable do you know how to fix that01:35
hegemonwhats the best proxy? I read that privoxy is not maintained?01:35
schtinkerap: I'm not an expert on that stuff, but demuxer means invalid format sometimes01:35
bobbydI have a broken package that's blocking my apt system, how do I kill it?01:35
schtinkerap: you may need "lame" for mp3s, for example01:35
Warbohegemon: If you go on the TOR website tor.eff.org01:36
aPschtinker: yea i have lame.. what file should i tell xine to play so the dvd menu's will be available to click on?01:36
Warbohegemon: They will give you a new repository which IS maintained01:36
nickrudbobbyd, what's the exact error message? Put it on http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/ if it's more than 2 lines01:36
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hegemonI use privoxy now from ubuntu.01:36
hegemonso its not maintained?01:36
Warbohegemon: Then you can run Privoxy through TOR and it works fine (although you get foreign Google sites and stuff :))01:36
schtinkerap: not sure. have you tried putting the .iso at /mnt/cdrom to trick xine into thinking it's a mounted dvd?01:36
thiago_Warbo, I pressed cancel in the update window. Before doing this, it found a few things, now it didn't find anything. I think I'll have to wait the update now01:37
aPschtinker: i have it at /media/cdrom01:37
Donvinzkis there anybody here using wengophone ?01:37
crimsunprivoxy is very much maintained by MOTU, why?01:37
ubotuI don't know, try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, jadaz8701:37
Warbohegemon: Well it's not at the latest version (I think, I know TOR isn't)01:37
bobbydnickrud, thanks, here: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1240801:37
schtinkerap: ubuntu uses /media instead of /mnt? I'm a fedora guy mostly01:37
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aPschtinker: yes01:37
Warbothiago: OK, if I understood that correctly01:37
DonvinzkI have trouble with wengo: sounds is bizarre, like a fast forward tape when I call 33301:37
sonicjami'm trying to get this installed http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=14876&forummode=2&forumpage=4&forumexplevel=all01:37
crimsunWarbo: we're in UVF- and Beta-freeze. You need to file a UVF exception if you want newer versions in Dapper.01:37
schtinkerap: sorry I'm out of ideas01:38
hegemonWarbo, should i use the tor.org TOR package or stick with the Ubuntu provided package?01:38
crimsunWarbo: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU/UVFStatus01:38
Warboschtinker: You can use either, but /media is default on most distros (what Frdora were you using)01:38
thiago_Warbo, at least, it's downloading something. It didn't do that before01:38
schtinkerwarbo: rh9 through fc501:38
schtinkerwarbo: actually I think I started at rh5.201:38
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Warbocrimsun: All I know is that on the TOR site they say that Ubuntu/Debian is hout of date.01:39
pablo_does any one have script to install VDR on linux01:39
schtinkerdoes ubuntu put TV capture cards somewhere other than /dev/video0?01:39
thiago_Warbo, downloading at 1.5 KB/s ... I think I will cry...01:39
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Warboschtinker: I think it's udev that caused switch to /mnt01:39
crimsunWarbo: so if you want a newer version, please provide the information requested.01:39
pablo_i came back to linux after 1.5 year and  i dont have my one01:39
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nickrudbobbyd, the command that the postrm script cannot find is in tetex-bin ; try installing that package and then removing lilypond01:39
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sonicjamwarbo, i'm trying to get this installed http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=14876&forummode=2&forumpage=4&forumexplevel=all01:40
Warbocrimsun: I'm not bothered by it. I was just letting hegemon know01:40
schtinkerdoes ubuntu put TV capture cards somewhere other than /dev/video0?01:40
bobbydnickrud, thanks, how dod you tell that?01:40
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|main|hi all01:41
|main|can I install ubuntu into a directory?01:41
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|main|i dont have any blank cds01:41
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nickrudbobbyd, I have the package apt-file installed, it allows me to look up a lot of info about packages.  I did apt-file search /usr/bin/kpsewhich . That's what told me which package it was in.01:42
Seveas|main|, you will need a cd and an empty paprtition01:42
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jadaz87does anyone else know anything other than vmware that does the same job?01:42
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bobbydnickrud, ah great, thanks01:42
Seveasjadaz87, xen01:42
jadaz87or can anyone help me with installing vmware?01:42
|main|seveas, but can I run that livecd w/o burning it :) ?01:42
|main|i have an empty partition ready.01:42
Seveas|main|, no01:42
Warbo|main|: with an emulator It is possible. I have installed with QEmu before01:43
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|main|Warbo: inside qemu?01:43
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|main|afaik, qemu doesnt connect to actual partitions01:43
jadaz87seveas does it have a gui? or is it cli? :-S01:43
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pinky_hey guys01:43
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Seveasjadaz87, vmware is easier 01:43
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Warbo|main|: No. I used /dev/hda as hda and installed it there. As long as you don't use the same bits of the drive in the host and guest it is OK. But probably dangerous01:43
sonicjamhey guys i tried to make a partition with windows xp mce cd but didn't do nothing01:43
pinky_I cant seem to install the codecs for mp3's :(01:44
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pinky_pinky@pinkpanther:~$   sudo apt-get install  gstreamer0.8-mad01:44
pinky_Reading package lists... Done01:44
pinky_Building dependency tree... Done01:44
pinky_Package gstreamer0.8-mad is not available, but is referred to by another package.01:44
pinky_This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or01:44
pinky_is only available from another source01:44
pinky_E: Package gstreamer0.8-mad has no installation candidate01:44
bobbydnickrud, the problem is that it keeps trying to remove the lilypad thing before installing anything else, so I can't install tetex...01:44
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_jasonpinky_: enable universe01:44
erUSULpinky_: do not paste here please01:44
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erUSUL!tell pinky_ about repos01:44
jadaz87seveas is an pain to install it keeps saying i have already had it installed when i uninstalled it already :-(01:44
sonicjam| main |, try to find a cd r-w some where in your house01:44
nemesysand don't say 'hell', but you can say 'god damn'01:45
nickrudbobbyd, try sudo aptitude install lilypond (to clear the lilypond removal request), then installing tetex-bin01:45
bobbydok thanks01:45
thiago_Warbo, finished here01:45
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Warbo|main|: QEmu is useful because it can copy files from a fake partition to a real one, but I find that running my Ubuntu inside QEmu makes my host Ubuntu read-only. I'm a silly billy01:45
nickrudbobbyd, sometimes clearing this kind of thing up takes a few steps, don't get warped :)01:45
Warbothiago: It works?01:45
Warbothisgo: No thanks to me :)01:46
jadaz87some many people here are disrespectful today...how long does a ban last?01:46
bobbydnickrud, :)01:46
thiago_Warbo, got the same errors, but I was able to find j2re1.4 in Synaptic01:46
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sonicjamcan i make a partitions with linux than install winxp on an other01:46
nickrudjadaz87, nalioth answered that question by saying less than a day, barring extreme circumstances.01:47
erUSULsonicjam: yes you can partition your drive fron linux01:47
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thiago_Warbo, I think the problem cam be Synaptic01:47
Warbothiago: Oh. You may have to do the same thing again in the future though, as the package versions you have access to may be updated and yours removed01:47
sonicjamgood because linux goes slow with my pc01:47
|main|Warbo: do you have to give entire hard-drive to qemu? can it be a partition like /dev/hda1 ?01:47
sonicjami mean with vmware01:47
naliothnickrud: are you spreading the gospel of !ircrules ?01:47
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AleXerTecHhi everybody01:48
nickrudnalioth, I am tweaking the dieties today, I'm exploring the fringes of hubris :)01:48
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AleXerTecHim having troubles01:48
Warbosonicjam: I think you can do pretty much anything with your drive from anywhere as long as you don't touch the partitions used by the host (whether that's the host of QTParted or the host of VMWare which is hosting QTParted)01:48
NickGarveymy wireless card is working up to the point of actually connecting, the light is on.. it detects the networks by scanning.. but can't actually connect01:48
AleXerTecHi have a laptop toshiba and it doesnt detect the dlink 650 cardbus for wifi conection01:48
Seveasjadaz87, the duration of a ban depends on hoe annoying people are. In the case of nemesys/fredl: it'll take a while...01:49
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tonyyarussosonicjam: By the way, if you install Linux first and Windows second, it will mess up the bootloader.  However, it's easy to fix with a live cd ('/msg ubotu recover' for info)01:49
mzinzI'm using breezy badger on a i386 laptop with kernel 2.6... is this the newest kernel?01:49
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crimsunmzinz: the version in breezy-security is, yes.01:49
Warbomzinz: That is the latest stable version01:49
jadaz87seveas oh ok01:49
MHobbit2.6.16.5, specifically.01:49
Warbomzinz: 2.6 is the latest Linux version, but 2.6.16 is the VERY latest01:49
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mzinzWarbo, any clue when a new 'big release will come out?01:50
Warbosomeone's going to correct me on that aren't they?01:50
Warbomzinz: June I think. I'm using it now01:50
mzinzWarbo, how do i get 2.6.16? and is it worth it for such a small update01:50
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jadaz87i think the ops here do a great job01:50
mzinzWarbo, Ubuntu employee?01:50
crimsunum, 2.6.16 is a _huge_ update from 2.6.1201:50
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Warbomzinz: Well 2.6.16 is actually a very major update, but isn't really worth it01:50
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mzinzWarbo, ohh i see.01:51
ubotuhmm... wifi is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WiFiHowto01:51
sonicjambecause with the win xp cd that i got doesn't let me partition01:51
Warbomzinz: Ubuntu is a Linux distro. Canonical is the company, and I;m just a regular user like you01:51
wood1702I'm having trouble playing a divx file, is there a way to see what codecs are currently installed?01:51
sonicjammake partition*01:51
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djs_2_6Hello all.  I am trying to play an xvid coded avi file over my network using totem with the xine backend.  I am having HORRIBLE performance issues trying to even watch the show.  The buffering is taking forever, and it stops to rebuffer every 2 minutes or so.  Is there any way to increase the speed or size of the buffer?  The file server is not my problem, as it is a scsi raid 5 array over a 200Mbps bonded 64/33 network card...01:51
mzinzWarbo, specifically I'm trying to get "real" drivers for my WNIC... instead of ndiswrapper.  Is there a chance that would be on the kernel?01:51
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mzinzWarbo, sorry haha.  I asked because I thought you meant you had an advance on the update coming out in June01:52
mzinzWarbo, ;)01:52
crimsunanyone can & should test the beta released this week01:52
Seveasdjs_2_6, areyou using samba?01:52
Warbomzinz: Well if you look in /lib/modules/(your kernel) then you may find some drivers. Google around to see what they are (they are well organised). If there is one for you then you are laughing, but I doubt that 2.6.16 will them if 2.6.12 doesn't01:52
Seveasmore specifically: samba via nautilus01:52
djs_2_6Seveas - On the file server?01:52
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nickrudcrimsun, is the closest release to 4/20 we'll see? (just want to archive it)01:53
ubotu[xen]  a virtual machine monitor for x86 that supports execution of multiple guest operating systems with unprecedented levels of performance and resource isolation. It can be found at http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/Research/SRG/netos/xen/ .01:53
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tonyyarussocrimsun: I was pondering holding off until final, but I'm conflicted.  Feel free to convince me.  (##tonyyarusso is available for such things, btw)01:53
Warbomzinz: I'll look there in mine (but I'm in a 2.6.15-18 kernel) but I don't really know what I'm looking for01:53
crimsunnickrud: sorry, please rephrase01:53
Seveasdjs_2_6, I mean for playing the movie. You say 'via the network', but that can be anything, nfs, samba, sshfs, nc...01:53
crimsuntonyyarusso: Beta should be fine.01:53
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filthy_badgeript, make it executable, run it and have fun01:54
ubotuHelp! lilo, hedgemage, fabbione, lamont, Keybuk, jdub, mdz, Amaranth, tritium, ajmitch, crimsun, ogra, CarlK, Seveas, Burgundavia, apokryphos, thoreauputic, nalioth, Madpilot, ompaul, rob or Hobbsee01:54
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jadaz87not again01:54
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hegemonhow-to use freenode anonymously?01:54
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tonyyarussocrimsun: Yeah?  Should I do all updates between now and June, or will the 20th's be okay, but maybe run into significant trouble in between?01:54
felipe_How do I add aditional languages to my ubuntu box?01:54
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djs_2_6Seveas - The file server is a Windows 2003 enterprise, and the workstation is a breezy.  For playing the file, I mount a network share from the Windows server, and play it that way.01:54
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hegemonor IRC in general should say01:54
crimsuntonyyarusso: you shouldn't run into any trouble between now and 1 june01:55
zntneodoes anyone here know how to turn on autocorrect under zsh01:55
WarboI'm off for a bit as I've sorted (or given up on, I can't tell) that apt problem.01:55
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tonyyarussocrimsun: Music to my ears.  (I'm so blaming you if it breaks now ;) )01:55
Seveasdjs_2_6, you could try downloading it first - samba via nautilus has been wonky in the past01:56
sonicjamis there a program that i can make a partition01:56
Seveasjust to rule that out 01:56
nickrudcrimsun, it's a personal itch. 50th birthday, reluctantly watching dapper not release on that day, talk of this that & the other release candidates, etc. No biggie01:56
erUSULsonicjam: fdisk, cfdisk, parted, gparted01:56
jsmidtWhat is`SCSI?01:56
narga type of hard drvie01:56
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djk_narg: wrong.01:57
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jadaz87anyone know why this whould happen?: Unable to copy the source file ./installer/services.sh to the destination file01:57
jadaz87i am running in sudo01:57
sonicjamerusul, what type of program are those01:57
nickrudsmall computer system interface --> scuzzy  -> scsi01:57
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obscuriteanyone know the option in /etc/ssh/ssh_config to make the ssh client stay alive forever?01:57
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DaskiesIs there a way to turn up my maximum sound? In windows my maximum sound was enough to hear a mile away, no it barely enough for me to hear01:57
erUSULsonicjam: to make partitions01:57
djs_2_6Seveas - Any other solutions?  In general, this breezy box has had HORRIBLE network performance with that Windows server (i.e., ~20-25Mbps)...01:57
nickrudjadaz87, first guess is sudo01:58
jadaz87nickrud i already did sudo01:58
sonicjamerUSUL, i know that but are those dos or windows type of programs01:58
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zntneoanyone know were i should go to get help01:58
zntneoon zsh01:58
erUSULsonicjam: they are linux programs01:58
djs_2_6Daskies - Are you using Alsa, and do you have the right drivers for your card?01:58
co-playboy /s mesra.dal.net01:58
co-playboy /s mesra.dal.net01:58
nargdjk_: Ok fine, but it is commonly USED for harddrives :p01:58
obscuritezntneo -i'm assuming #zsh :P01:58
sonicjamwell i'm of01:58
Daskiesdjs_2_6, I have no idea as to what Alsa is, and I'd assume I have right drivers since I can hear it01:59
Seveasdjs_2_6, mount your samba shares instead of using nautilus01:59
zntneosorry i just tried that01:59
zntneodidn't think about it01:59
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djs_2_6Seveas - How do I do that?01:59
nickrudjadaz87, does the file /etc/init.d/vmware already exist? (grab in the dark, I don't have the script you're running at hand)01:59
tritiumDaskies: advanced linux sound architecture01:59
DaskiesOh, I just figured it01:59
DaskiesMy PCM was all the way down01:59
crimsunnickrud: it's still our Beta release.02:00
jadaz87nickrud no there is not02:00
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Seveasdjs_2_6, a really easy way is downloading and running http://www.ubuntulinux.nl/files/addsamba02:00
mzinzcrimsun, how do i install the newer kernel? and what cmd can i use to check the exact version of mine?02:00
nickrudcrimsun, np, it was not an important question.02:00
erUSULmzinz: uname -r02:00
crimsunmzinz: ``uname -r'' is your current version. Do you have a critical reason for wanting a newer version?02:00
zntneoits dead in there :(02:00
obscuritenevermind, it ws ServerAliveInterval02:00
mzinzcrimsun, no :)02:01
djs_2_6Seveas - Is that a file, or what?02:01
erUSULmzinz: to install a new one you have to compile it02:01
mzinzerUSUL, ill pass.02:01
Seveasdjs_2_6, yes02:01
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jadaz87nickrud no there is no file like that there lol02:01
Seveasa shell script to add samba shares to /etc/fstab02:01
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joebu23noob here, need some help02:01
LinuxHelpdoes anyone here have experience with the booting of the dapper cd installer?   In terms of making a custom initrd.gz?  I'm using the mini.iso with a custom initrd but I'm having porblems, and yes I've tried #ubuntu+102:02
kpLaX[oldcomp] me too02:02
DBOjoebu23, what is your problem?02:02
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joebu23trying to play mp3 files02:02
ubotump3 is, like, totally, a non-free format. To enable mp3 capability, read https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats02:02
djs_2_6Seveas - Ok, I downloaded it, and firefox gave it a .htm extension.  What do I do now?02:02
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freyahi... i just put a soundcard in my box02:02
kpLaX[oldcomp] I need help.  I tried restarting my comp with the Ubuntu disc in, but it didn't load on start and windows just loaded up02:03
kpLaX[oldcomp] im noon02:03
kpLaX[oldcomp] noob*02:03
freyahow can i enable it?02:03
phrowzenkpLaX[oldcomp] , change your boot device priority in the bios02:03
pete009I have a similar problem with PPc02:03
Seveasdjs_2_6, bash filename_you_gave_it02:03
kpLaX[oldcomp] roger that sir02:03
kpLaX[oldcomp] im out02:03
Seveasor actually, sudo bash filename_you_gave_it02:03
MarineboyAnyone know how long it takes for ShipIT to send the CD's out?02:04
SeveasMarineboy, 4 to 6 weeks02:04
jadaz87Marineboy 4 to 6 weeks02:04
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jindiazcan someone help me use a use a linux-installer.bin?02:05
Marineboydamn thats a long time.02:05
mzinzWhats the point of sudo if you've already logged into your admin account? Constant security?02:05
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Marineboythat means i'mma have to run my pc off the live version.02:05
jadaz87Marineboy i was so happy when i got mine all the way from France :-02:05
nickrudjadaz87, that is odd then. does the file exist under ./installer? (without reading the bash script, I'm kinda flailing about here)02:05
jadaz87mzinz so people have a second chance to will egrethit Ctrl+C in the terminal before they do something they02:06
Marineboyjadaz87: i deleted my Win partition and tryed to install ubuntu to find that the version I got was corrupted :~(02:06
nickrudMarineboy, you could do like I did, and download the iso over several nights02:06
Marineboynickrud: it would only take me a hour to download it.02:06
Noisy_1is there any way to load a desktop environment onto a CLI server system?02:06
PSjindiaz: open a terminal and issue chmod a+x linux-installer.bin02:06
jadaz87nickrud do you want me to paste the script?02:06
Noisy_1sapt-get or something?02:06
PSthen ./linux-installer.bin02:07
Marineboybut i dont think i can download it off the live version can I?02:07
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djs_2_6Seveas - I did that, said yes to installing the smbfs, gave the server, share, username, password, and got an error - cli_negprot: SMB signing is mandatory and we have disabled it.  17098: protocol negotiation failed  umount: /tmp/tmp.vm0GRx: not mounted02:07
freyahmm /proc/bus/pnp not available...02:07
onthostI am sorry to ask this again, but does soemone have the link to the old world mac howto?02:07
MarineboySeveas: can you download to the live version?02:07
jindiazPS: ok cool, thank man, gunna have to do it later then, termianl is in use02:07
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ubotufrom memory, oldworld is to install on an old world powermac, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Installation/OldWorldMacs02:07
Seveasdjs_2_6, never seen that error before...02:08
nickrudMarineboy, yes, you can, if you have a fat32 partition to download to. I think you could resize your ntfs partition in advance02:08
amonkeyrandomly i can't open any folders. on the toolbar it says "starting home" and then dissapears. i can still ls in terminal02:08
PScan't you open another terminal?02:08
nargjindiaz: you can open up use multiple terminals02:08
Noisy_1can linux read ntfs?02:08
crimsunNoisy_1: yes02:08
Marineboylol I dont know if i even got a fat32 anymore.02:08
djs_2_6Seveas - Can I do this manually, without a script?02:08
PSsure, i take it you're booted into unbuntu gnome?02:08
Seveasdjs_2_6, hang on, trying to find out what that error means02:08
LinuxHelpIs it possible to install dapper using an existing linux installation? I have Fedora 5 running and I have a blank partition, I mean to install while in FC502:08
djs_2_6Seveas - Oh, ok.  Sorry, and thank you...02:09
jadaz87nickrud here you go http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1240902:09
MarineboyObi_Wan Im banned from #ubuntu, could someone please unban me, or tell me someone to unban me?02:09
nickrudMarineboy, I missed the part where you lost your orig install. You most certainly can create some partitions and format them, and download to them in the live cd02:09
Noisy_1what's the command to reboot?02:09
Marineboynickrud i'mma PM you okay?02:09
welshbytereboot (or shutdown -r now)02:09
Noisy_1tried both of those02:10
welshbyteas root02:10
Noisy_1does regular debian not have sudo?02:10
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djs_2_6Noisy_1 - It does...02:10
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Noisy_1-bash: sudo: command not found02:11
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mabusWhy does embedded video in firefox like NEVER work?02:11
_jasonmabus: use mplayer plug-in02:11
djs_2_6Noisy_1 - sudo is probably not installed then...02:11
Noisy_1can i apt-get it?02:12
|main|mplayer, or plugger02:12
|main|i think plugger is somewhat better02:12
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djs_2_6Noisy_1 - You should be able to...02:12
djs_2_6Noisy_1 - Probably have to be logged in as root, though...02:12
Seveasdjs_2_6, http://www.computing.net/linux/wwwboard/forum/27175.html02:12
Noisy_1i need sudo to get sudo... ;P02:12
mabus_jason: isn't that one of the things it tells you to install on !restrictedformats? I installed all that02:12
nickrudjadaz87, that's over my head. Sorry, I'm not sure what to suggest here.02:13
Noisy_1yeah I'll login as root02:13
jadaz87nickrud lol02:13
mabusNoisy_1: Ah, you did an expert install.02:13
mabusNoisy_1: Be sure to add your regular user to the sudoers file.02:13
_jasonmabus: pastebin what you get when you do 'about:plugins' in firefox please?02:13
Noisy_1should I do the standard install?02:13
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Noisy_1I don't even have a desktop environment02:14
Noisy_1I fail at Linux02:14
mabusNoisy_1: You won't learn anything by doing that. You haven't done anything unfixable.02:14
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Seveasdjs_2_6, download this: http://www.ubuntulinux.nl/files/addcifs02:15
Seveasand try with that one02:15
Noisy_1is there a way to apt-get a desktop environment?02:15
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mjrNoisy_1, for the large ones, yes02:15
poningruNoisy_1: apt-get kubuntu-desktop02:15
_jasonNoisy_1: install ubuntu-desktop for gnome, kubuntu-desktop for kde, xubuntu-desktop for xfce02:15
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poningruwhat he said02:15
Noisy_1this is for regular debian though, sorry for the unrelated chat02:15
poningruNoisy_1: #debian02:16
juancahello everyone02:16
pr0-t31nwhen i try to install drivers for my 2wrie modem with ndiswrapper i get this error02:16
pr0-t31n root@2wire:~# ndiswrapper -i 2wirepcp.sys02:16
pr0-t31nInstalling 2wirepcp.sys02:16
pr0-t31ncouldn't copy 2wirepcp.sys at /usr/sbin/ndiswrapper line 139.02:16
pr0-t31nroot@2wire:~# ndiswrapper -l02:16
pr0-t31nInstalled drivers:02:16
pr0-t31n2wirepcp.sys invalid driver!02:16
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ubotuPlease don't flood the channel! For best results use the pastebin at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/ and tell people the URL02:16
juancahas anyone here used garnome to run Gnome 2.14 under breezy?02:16
mabus_jason: http://pastebin.ca/4955802:16
juancaponingru: yes garnome02:17
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_jasonmabus: you still have totem handling a lot of your streams, but you do have mpalyer-plugin installed, just do ubotu's first command and restart firefox02:18
_jasonubotu: tell mabus about replacetotem02:18
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mabus_jason: I'm not identified... since when could I get pmed?02:18
juancaI have upgraded my system from Breezy to Dapper, but I have a lot of issues with DRI and DRM in my savage xserver driver02:18
_jasonmabus: you can get pm'd, you just can't pm others (unless they change a setting)02:18
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juancaI wanted to benefit from the memory management improvement in Gnome 2.14, but the xserver savage driver just freezes on system boot02:19
DaskiesHey I'm having problems playing Midi files with Java, does Ubuntu have a Midi device?02:19
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nickrudI'm trying to remember the correct way to get root access (for formatting a harddrive) in the breezy live cd02:19
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nickrudany takers?02:20
mikebotdoes ubuntu come witha  cpp compiler?02:20
jadaz87can anyone help me with an installation of vmware02:20
Seveasnickrud, sudo -i02:20
nickrudSeveas, thanks02:20
mabusmikebot: sudo apt-get install build-essential02:20
Seveas!tell mikebot about compiling02:20
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hellz_hunteri am trying to install gtk2.x themes using the themes button on the system > preferences part but when i install the theme, a window says that the theme was correctly installed but i dont see it in the list of available themes02:20
qalimasIs there a way to create a live cd from a customized install of Ubuntu?02:20
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_jasonhellz_hunter: some themes are not complete themes, check the tabs in the 'details...' button02:21
DaskiesUbuntu midi port anyone?02:21
Seveasqalimas, not easily02:21
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qalimasWhat about a remaster of the downloadable live cd?02:21
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mabusqalimas: there is a guide on the wiki somewhere02:21
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ubotumabus: No idea, try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/02:21
mustang97I'm tryin to get eggdrop working.   I installed the eggdrop package.. found the folder but no config file or any of the other files.    How do I go about getting eggdrop working?    I tried to get eggdrop and compile myself but its saying it needs some libtcl.so .. I installed activetcl and it still wont work.02:22
mabusIt's there, search.02:22
mustang97any suggestions?02:22
qalimasOk, thanks02:22
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Hackmomustang97: install tcl4.8-dev02:22
ubotujadaz87: Do they come in packets of five. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/02:22
pete009Need Help! Can't boot up on a Live Cd on a powerpc.02:22
mustang97lemme go try that02:22
pete009ububtu 5.102:23
jadaz87pete009 is the live cd for ppc?02:23
ubotulivecd is, like, totally, useful for playing with or trying out (k)ubuntu without installing it or making any changes to your system. grab one from the download page at http://www.ubuntulinux.org or request via ship-it.  To remaster your own, check out https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveCDCustomizationHowTo .02:23
tonyyarussojadaz87, mabus, qalimas: Sometimes the factoids are just that simple :)02:23
mikebotso linux doesn't use .exe?02:23
jadaz87tonyyarusso lol02:23
mjrmikebot, nope02:23
jadaz87mikebot nope02:23
mikebotwhat does it use instead?02:23
skonmikebot: linux doesn't use any extensions02:23
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mjrmikebot, permissions02:24
jadaz87mikebot executable files are flaged with +x which means executable02:24
mikebotso how does it know to opena  pdf file witha  viewer?02:24
jadaz87mike just like read only system , blah, on M$02:24
mustang97Hackmo, 4.8?  I did a google search and no results..  I tried 8.4 and got a result (remember seeing somfin bout 8.4 earlier)02:24
mjryep, and the +x means basically "allowed to execute", which is a permission02:24
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jadaz87mikebot it has the extension .pdf02:24
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Seveasmikebot, similar as on windows: a database that couples extensions and mime types with applications02:25
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jadaz87mikebot linux is not restricted to extensions that is what we are trying to say02:25
mikebotah ok02:25
Hackmomustang97: yeah, i'm sorry it's 8.402:25
[Ryan] Anyone here happen to use SBC's default 2Wire wireless modem with Ubuntu?02:25
mustang97Hackmo, okay.. thanks.. was making sure before I installed..02:25
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Hackmomustang97: sudo apt-get install tcl8.4-dev02:25
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KhaaaaanHey guys, is there a way to get Skype in Dapper???02:25
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Warbomikebot: There are a few ways. It looks at the extension" like .pdf. It also looks at the "header" (I think) which is the beginning of the file saying what it is, and it can also do it heuristically "This looks like a PDF"02:26
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uboturumour has it, skype is http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SkypeHowto/ Breezy deb: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages/02:26
mikebotWarbo, ok, thanks02:26
Hackmomustang97: after that then compile/install eggdrop using the latest version from there site02:26
mustang97oh. much easier then what I was bout to do..  was gonna download off their site and try to install that way.02:26
mustang97yea.. I already got the eggdrop02:26
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Noisy_1Isn't Dapper beta? Why would you want buggy software?02:27
mustang97Hackmo, I'm used to installing / configureing eggdrop..  just not with setting up a pc to run eggdrop.. :)02:27
KhaaaaanDapper is money as hell duder02:27
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WarboKhaaaan: Either try apt-get.org or I think there is a package in Debian non-free which downloads Skype and installs it for you (as repackaging it isn't allowed)02:27
djs_2_6Seveas - Thank you for that.  The bash addcifs did not work either, but that website helped, so I think I will do some playing...02:27
Hackmomustang97: yeah me too, the only reason I knew how to solve your problem is because I installed eggdrop like 3 hours ago02:27
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jinhohi when I run eclipse It runs pretty slow...loading takes more than 10 seconds, in addition I always get an error message the first time I start eclipse...I have the latest JDK, but not the latest version of eclipse (3.1.1 is what I have) anyone know why eclipse is lagging?02:28
[Ryan] Mmm... Nobody here uses SBC or a 2Wire modem/USB adapter?02:28
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mustang97Hackmo, ahh.. good deal then02:29
jadaz87Ryan why do you not use the ethernet port on the dsl modem?02:29
allyi need help changein my resolution02:29
mustang97Hackmo, been tryin to get eggdrop installed for 2 days now..  were did you find out what to install?   been lookin on ubuntusguide page02:29
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icemanpoor mac's now running windows xp .... sad ...02:29
Warbojadaz87: Not all USB modems have Ethernet02:30
Hackmomustang97: there is a post about it on the fourms02:30
uriel_xp is the best desktop OS02:30
jadaz87Warbo most broadband ones do02:30
blindxWhere can I find more ubuntu themes?02:30
mustang97Hackmo, ahhhh..   knew I shoulda checked that..02:30
poningruuriel_: rofl02:30
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allyi need help chagning my resolution02:30
[Ryan] jadaz87: I have to use a wireless adapter that communicates with the modem because a phone jack isn't anywhere *near* where this PC needs to be.02:30
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jinhoanyone have problems with eclipse being very slow?02:31
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Warbojadaz87: Routers have Ethernet ports, and many routers have modems inside. I know a few people who only have modems, with usb only. I have 2 routers. 1 with a modem and 1 with WiFi but no modem.02:31
[Ryan] And, well, it's not working out at all.02:31
ally[19:26]  hardcorevinyl: ahh02:31
ally[19:26]  hardcorevinyl: im eating a cake with eggshells in it02:31
ally[19:28]  hardcorevinyl: its pretty bad02:31
Hackmomustang97: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=9894&highlight=eggdrop+tcl02:31
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ubotuNon Ubuntu support related discussions may be carried out in the channel #ubuntu-offtopic. Editor/Language wars are welcome there!02:31
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/02:31
ally i need help chagning my resolution02:32
sethkally, why?02:32
jinhogotcha ubotu02:32
allybecause its set too low02:32
[Ryan] It sees the wireless USB adapter, but doesn't know what it is. And the manufacturer doesn't make Linux drivers.02:32
ubotures is, like, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FixVideoResolutionHowto02:32
sethkally, no, I mean why do you need help?  what's the problem?02:32
DaskiesIs there a hotkey to xkill, or bring up thew terminal?02:32
Warboally: Set it highest possible then you can use Ctrl-Alt-+ (on NumPad) to "zoom in"02:32
jadaz87Daskies Alt+F2 brings up the run box02:33
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mustang97Hackmo, wow.. that coulda came in handy yesterday..  I had to figure out bout the c compiler as well..  thanks02:33
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allyi didnt install the right ones02:33
allyi need to install another one02:33
sethkally, run dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg02:33
zntneo_whats the best way to configure ubuntu to login and get a kerb ticket02:33
allyumm how02:33
hellz_hunter_jason, details button?02:33
Warboally: Install all of the resolutions and it uses the highest possible. I've never seen an Ubuntu system which cjooses a too-high resolution.02:34
Hackmomustang97: np...you should always check the fourms when you have a problem.  The majority of the time someone else has had the same problem as you and someone else has solved it02:34
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sethkally, open a terminal, and type in:  sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg02:34
allyi need to know how to install more resolutions02:34
antisocial_borishow do i make it so a password is required to shutdown my pc via the system menu?02:34
Warboantisocial_boris: You don't want that! If it is impossible for someone to shut down they will just kill the power and corrupt your system02:35
george_warbo--- i have 2 routers- 1 have a pppoe conection and 1 have wwifi to remote desktop02:35
george_for 2 computer02:36
sethkantisocial_boris, do visudo, remove the authority for non-root users to run shutdown02:36
Warbogeorge: I got 2 because it was cheaper, but now my WiFi don't work :(02:36
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DBOantisocial_boris, thats a bad security measure though, unless the physical box is secure, people will just press the button...02:36
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tonyyarussoally: Did you see the link from ubotu?  That's a pretty complete guide that does the trick for most users.02:36
george_the distan of 1 of the computer  1kl02:36
antisocial_borisonly i really use it, but almost aways sudo shutdown -h, it just seems weird that by using the mouse you dont need a password but through the terminal you do02:36
george_mas o menoos02:37
zntneo_i'll ask again to make sure everyone saw me        how do i get ubuntu to automatically get a kerb ticket on login02:37
george_warbo-- hablas espaol02:37
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ubotuHispanohablantes: Por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, alli obtendran mas ayuda.02:37
Warbogeorge: I don't speak spanish02:37
antisocial_borisim not worried about the security of my computer since noone can use it without my permission02:37
george_1 of my router conect to internet02:38
Warboantisocial_boris: Is this just to learn how, or is it for a proper purpose?02:38
allythank you guys02:38
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george_warbo and other conect wired for a wifi02:38
george_warbo the router for wifi conection is linksys02:39
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Warbogeorge: I use a BT Voyager router to connect to the Internet, but DHCP won't work with the Netgear wireless one. It worked fine by just plugging it in at first but now it won't02:40
george_and  conect to internet in conection pppoe belkin02:40
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nickrudantisocial_boris, pam (see /etc/pam.conf and /etc/pam.d/) controls some permission accesses, IIRC that's how the shutdown from gnome is allowed02:40
Warbogeorge: also my WiFi card screws up Ubuntu completely when I boot with it in02:40
Kr0ntabantisocial_boris, thats like saying I don't worry about houshold security... because I make sure everyone knocks before they com into my house.02:40
george_the segurity02:40
Warbogeorge: ?02:41
zntneo_does no one know or is everyone ignoring me02:41
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Warbozntneo: I don't know what it is02:41
george_y have the mac adress segurity an web segurity02:41
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geronimo89could anyone give me a helping hand with dapper and xgl?02:41
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ExcaliBerHello how is everyone doing?02:41
zntneo_i'm kinda down02:41
Warbogeronimo: #ubuntu+1 and #ubuntu-xgl02:41
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geronimo89Warbo, I tried02:42
ExcaliBerYou need any help?02:42
geronimo89I do02:42
ExcaliBer= )02:42
george_warbo the mac adress segurity is active02:42
ExcaliBerWhats the problem?02:42
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zntneo_well i'm trying to figure out how to use kerberos with ubuntu02:42
geronimo89xgl on dapper drake02:42
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zntneo_on login02:42
zntneo_and no one here knows how02:42
geronimo89compiz is not starting correctly02:42
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Warbogeronimo89: Well, I have it working (well, HAD. Then I installed latest NVidia to get GLX+Composite)02:42
daniel_bra_forhi, i need help with gcc-3.4, i installed it, but when i type gcc -v, no command is found02:42
jadaz87!tell geronimo89 about xgl02:42
_jasonzntneo_: how do you get a kerberos ticket after login, is it some command?02:42
ExcaliBerOk let me see.02:42
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allyumm im back again and i need to know how to check the little boxes in setup02:43
uriel_im installing livecd from under qemu.02:43
geronimo89https://wiki.ubuntu.com/XglHowto <-- I'm following this02:43
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Warboally: use Tab to switch between the options and Space for checking boxes02:43
geronimo89but when I try to start compiz it says: compiz.real: Couldn't open display02:43
daniel_bra_fori need help to setup gcc-3.4, anyone?02:43
nickruddaniel_bra_for, gcc in ubuntu is 4.0.2, if you sudo apt-get install build-essential that's what it will say.02:43
Warboally: Only use Enter for OK/Cancel02:43
zntneo_yes jason its kinit02:43
zntneo_sorry i kinda new to irc don't know how to do the fancy stuff02:44
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daniel_bra_fornickrud, but the kernel was compiled with gcc-3.4.502:44
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ExcaliBerGo there.02:44
ExcaliBerI think you might like it.02:44
nickruddaniel_bra_for, for kernel stuff (as far as I know, the ony reason you need 3.4) try export CC='gcc-3.4' before running /kernel/module compiles02:44
geronimo89ExcaliBer, do you have a working xgl?02:44
Warbogeranimo89: Sorry, mine worked straight off and no problems (until now, but I know what caused it) You are using a binary driver right? (nvidia or fglrx)02:44
ExcaliBer= D02:44
ExcaliBerI have to check.02:44
ExcaliBerTo make sure.02:44
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geronimo89Warbo, I have nvidia02:44
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ExcaliBerzntneo_,Is that what you was looking for?02:45
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Warbogeranimo89: Do you have Option "RenderAccel" "true" on? It speeds up, but I don't think it's crucial02:45
zntneo_not quite02:45
geronimo89Warbo, I have02:45
ExcaliBerWhat are you trying to do anyways?02:45
zntneo_i'm looking for when i login it uses kinit to get a ticket at login time02:45
ExcaliBerKinit huh?02:46
_jasonzntneo_: maybe 'lstart' in the repos?  Or you could jsut try adding the command to system > prefs > sessions > startup?02:46
george_warbo in router desctive mac adress segurity and web segurity an d  try02:46
_jasonzntneo_: s/lstart/kstart02:46
george_warbo for test02:46
Warbogeronimo89: As far as I know if you can run GLXGears or something then XGL should work. After that it's just a matter of regular X permissions etc.02:46
jinhoIs it normal for the video to be say, a little choppy- for instance when I log off it fades very choppily- is this true for everyone?02:46
zntneo_how do you guys do what your doing my messaging just me?02:46
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_jasonzntneo_: _ja<tab> and then just type your message02:46
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Warbogeronimo89: It's just a little 3D app, if 3D works then XGL works02:47
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zntneo__jason, does that allow for login authentication02:47
Warbogeorge: Sorry, I don't get what you mean?02:47
zntneo_ExcaliBer, do you understand what i mean02:47
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_jasonzntneo_: I do not know, I don't use it.  I'm just throwing it out there for you to check it out02:47
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Warbovenin: hello02:47
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jramseytrying to hand install flash as firefox plugin; downloaded the plugin from macromedia, and wiki and mozdev say to install in ~/.mozilla/plugins but i can't find this folder02:48
ExcaliBerHold on.02:48
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codecaineanybody know why I get this error when trying to run aireplay airodump runs fine This program only works with HostAP's wlan#ap interface.02:48
zntneo__jason, doesn't seem like it would know my username and password02:48
jadaz87jramsey it is /home/jramsey/.mozilla/plugins02:48
Warbojramsey: If you have permission then you should put it in /lib/(mozilla something, depending on browser)02:48
codecaineusing atheros madwifi card02:48
Warbosorry /usr/lib02:48
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geronimo89Warbo, glxgears is not working02:49
ExcaliBerSo you were trying to do what again?02:49
veninive recently installed ipw2200 and etc.. but i get this small red square next to the network connection (wireless). and i have no internet apparently, how can i check whats wrong? dmesg | grep ipw doesnt show anything bad02:49
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Warbogeronimo89: What happens? Do you have Composite on?02:49
DaskiesWhat's the command to show what processes are running again?02:49
zntneo_ExcaliBer, get a kerb ticket at login02:49
WarboDaskies: ps aux02:49
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zntneo_ExcaliBer, using my login username and password02:50
ExcaliBerOk hold on.02:50
zntneo_i know you can do it with like fedora core02:50
Warbovenin: Sorry, I'm bad at networks.02:50
geronimo89xlib: extension "glx" missing on display "o.o".error: coundt get an rgb. double buffered visual02:50
mramwhould you guys happen to know how is ubuntu on a hp laptop with drivers?02:50
Warbogeronimo89: OK, do you know how to edit the xorg.conf file?02:50
jadaz87mram what laptop?02:50
zntneo_anyone happen to know how to user an lexmark z715 with ubuntu     just curious02:50
jramseyjadaz87, Warbo do i need to restart firefox after moving the proper plugin files to .mozilla/plugins??02:51
geronimo89Warbo, yes02:51
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jadaz87jramsey probably so02:51
ExcaliBerAlmost done hold on.02:51
Warbogeronimo89: Well make sure that nvidia is used not nv and in Modules section make sure there is GLX but no DRI or GLCore02:51
zntneo_you shouldn't have to move any files just make a sym link02:51
jadaz87!tell mram about laptop02:52
geronimo89Warbo, nvidia is not mentioned02:52
mramjadaz87 hp dv5000 with a amd turion02:52
tonyyarussomram: I don't have experience, but I've been trying to read up on it, so here's my summary to be taken with a grain of salt: Generally HPs have been pretty good with the notable exception of the built-in card reader.  However, I've begun to hear reports that this works under Dapper Flight 6, so prospects are bright.02:52
Warbogeronimo89: OK, before when I said nvidia or fglrx i meant drivers, not cards. OK, I'll walk you through it02:52
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blindxWhat should I do if I get the following error: configure: error: no acceptable C compiler found in $PATH02:53
geronimo89okay found it Warbo02:53
_jasonblindx: 'sudo aptitude install build-essential'02:53
blindxbuild-essential, thats right02:53
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geronimo89Warbo, there was a "driver" named nv02:53
geronimo89renamed id02:53
geronimo89will try again02:53
Warbogeronimo89: OK, that is the free driver, but it doesn't do 3D02:53
zntneo_whats the plus to using aptitude over apt-get?02:53
mramtonyyarusso thank you, the one i am planning on getting idn't going be with a build in card reader, i am wondering also if i can get xgl working on it02:54
_jasonzntneo_: keeps track of deps that get installed02:54
geronimo89Warbo, I have installed the nvidia-glx package02:54
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Warbogeronimo89: You will need the non-free (but no cost) nvidia driver. The easiest way is to install the nvidia-glx package02:54
Warbogeronimo89: OK02:54
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jramseyjadaz87, im guessing it's flash but firefox says "unknown plugin" and thats when i selected manual install; it doesnt seem to matter that i manually installed it02:54
geronimo89but still same error message02:54
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zntneo__jason, thanks always wondered. Why is it in the ubuntu docs they are always using apt-get02:54
Warbogeronimo89: If you try changing nv to nvidia and restart X02:54
Noisy_1I installed gnome and now it has no video output. It shows bus activity on case light but nothing else02:55
tonyyarussomram: I'd recommend reading around yourself on 1) The Ubuntu wiki Laptop Testing pages, 2) tuxmobil, 3) linux-on-laptops.  Google seems to be reasonably good for this sort of specific search too.02:55
Noisy_1should I restart?02:55
WarboNoisy_1: Does your monitor get a signal (mine flashes when no signeal)02:55
mramtonyyarusso thank you i shall do that02:55
geronimo89Warbo, same error message02:55
_jasonzntneo_: ask the doc writers :)  apt-get has been around longer is probably the main reason.  So more people are used to it02:55
Noisy_1there is signal02:55
blindxWhat's the package name for XML::Parser (a perl module)02:56
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allywhat is the command for changeing your resolutions again for the shelll02:56
ExcaliBerSorry i don't know anything about the kerb.02:56
Warbogeronimo89: Well, I would expect a different one. OK, can you start regular X (not XGL) with the nvidia driver (let's get it working before we do the fancy stuff)02:56
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ExcaliBerYou just want it to save your password or something?02:56
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Warboally: No command, just press ctrl alt + or - (on NumPad)02:56
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veninive recently installed ipw2200 and etc.. but i get this small red square next to the network connection (wireless). and i have no internet apparently, how can i check whats wrong? dmesg | grep ipw doesnt show anything bad02:57
_jasonblindx: apt-cache search --names-only lib xml parser perl02:57
WarboNoisy_1: Can you get in a terminal? (ctrl alt f1)02:57
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geronimo89Warbo, don't know, but does not look like it's started, eh?02:57
allyno i need the one to install new ones02:57
blindxdidn't return anything, _jason02:57
Warboally: OK. "sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg"02:57
geronimo89Warbo, will reboot02:57
_jason!info libxml-parser-perl02:57
ubotulibxml-parser-perl: (Perl module for parsing XML files), section perl, is optional. Version: 2.34-4 (breezy), Packaged size: 285 kB, Installed size: 708 kB02:58
Warbogeronimo89: no reboot neede02:58
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_jasonblindx: you either made a typo or don't have breezy main enabled in your sources02:58
mramdapper flight6 seems to be stable on my system, i don't know why they delayed it02:58
Warbogeronimo89: Do you know a few terminal commands?02:58
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blindxlemme double check.. :\02:58
geronimo89Warbo, a few02:58
Conjurermram: usability issues (according to shuttleworth)02:58
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Warbogeronimo89: If you press ctrl-alt-f1 you get in a terminal. Do all of your work from there and use "/etc/init.d/gdm restart" to try X02:59
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mramConjurer: really...hmmm oh well better be safe than sorry02:59
geronimo89Warbo, glxgears working, will try the tut again02:59
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kh40scan someone help me getting the firewire interface working?02:59
Warbomram: It works, but it's not fantastic enough yet!02:59
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tonyyarussomram: One (of many) things was better support for the increasingly important Asian languages, so some of the delay results won't even be seen by English users.  Then of course there's the "polish" we hear so much about.02:59
mramWarbo: it really needs xgl03:00
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Warbogeronimo89: If glxgears works (it should be really fast) with nvidia instead of nv then XGL should be fine03:00
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ExcaliBerkh40s:whats wrong?03:00
Warbomram: Maybe, but I don't like it. I'm on standard xcompmgr at the mo'03:00
zntneoExcaliBer, did you figure it out03:00
kh40sExcaliBer: I'm not seeing my external DVD drive in the list03:00
ExcaliBerI found the software for it.03:00
mramtonyyarusso i see, they also need to finish up all the icons as well, and some art work03:00
geronimo89Warbo, same error message when I try to start compiz03:00
allydo you need to restart in order for your effects to take place03:01
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tonyyarussomram: Yep.03:01
ExcaliBerWhat list are you speaking of/03:01
tonyyarussoally: Not usually.  You may have to restart the component involved, like X.03:01
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Warboally: Just restart X. Press ctrl-alt-f1, log in then type "/etc/init.d/gdm restart" to bring X back up03:01
codecaine_I installed hostapd how do I use it so I have a wlan interface?03:01
geronimo89Warbo, compiz.real: Couldn't open display03:01
kh40sExcaliBer: the File Browser... shouldn't I see it ther?03:01
blindxI just reinstalled ubuntu.. and when I had it before, I did something and it automatically mounted my slave drive.. I can't find this again, anyone know where it is?03:02
ExcaliBerDid you try propositories>?03:02
Warbogeronimo89: So you are sure that nvidia is in the xorg.conf file? Does Modules section have GLX? Which version of driver is it? (I broke mine with NVidia's package, not Ubuntu's)03:02
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ExcaliBerSystem>Administration>synaptic package manager03:02
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geronimo89Warbo, glx is there, driver is: nv36.203:03
PuMpErNiCkElblindx: You'd need a line with the details for that drive in /etc/fstab with the 'auto' option.03:03
codecaine_anybody know how to use hostapd?03:03
kh40sExcaliBer: propositories?  I searched for that and didn't find anything in the Synaptics Package Manager03:03
Warbogeronimo89: There is absolutely no way in the universe (not the repository) to get XGL when using "nv" driver You NEED "nvidia" instead03:04
PuMpErNiCkEl...I think03:04
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Warbokh40s: I think he means Repositories. Settings > Repositories03:04
ExcaliBeroh sorry its the list of packeges03:04
blindxI don't remember doing anything but clicking on a button, and it was less than a week ago...03:04
geronimo89Warbo, the nv36.2 is only the version03:04
ExcaliBerdid you try updating your ubuntu?03:04
ExcaliBerTry doing that03:04
geronimo89it's full name is something with nvidia bla bla03:04
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ExcaliBerzntneo_,try this http://packages.ubuntulinux.org/breezy/web/libapache-mod-auth-kerb03:05
kh40sExcaliBer: updating what packages? Or do you mean to update from 5.1 to 6.x?03:05
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allyumm in in the black shell screen how do i go back to my gui03:05
PuMpErNiCkElblindx: You can change that in System -> administration -> disks, I think.03:06
Warbogeronimo89: Do "ls /lib/modules/*18*/kernel/drivers/video/"03:06
ExcaliBerzntneo_, try this http://packages.ubuntulinux.org/breezy/web/libapache-mod-auth-kerb03:06
Warboif there is "nvidia.ko" then it is installed03:06
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Conjurerally: if you went into terminal-mode using Ctrl-Alt-F2, then you can press tr-Alt-F7 to return to X mode03:06
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Warboally: Use ctrl-al-f7 to get back. If it's not on use "/etc/init.d/gdm strart" or restart instead of start03:07
zntneoExcaliBer: isn't that for apache03:07
allyok thanks03:07
Conjureroops... that's Ctrl-Alt-F7 for X mode03:07
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geronimo89Warbo, there is no *18*03:07
butterfly_is there any garden designing app available for ubuntu?03:07
ExcaliBerOops sorry.03:07
ExcaliBerI don't know anything about kerb.03:07
Warbogeronimo89: OOps! Sorry!03:07
zntneono problem03:07
ExcaliBerNever used it.03:08
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Warbogeronimo89: That's mine. Just put your own kernel version, or if you inly have 1 kernel installed use a *03:08
ExcaliBerWhy dont you search for it on http://www.google.com/linux03:08
geronimo89Warbo, there is 2.6.15-19-386 and 2.6.15-20-386 instead03:08
zntneowell how do you enable login authentication03:08
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butterfly_thanks Excal03:08
ExcaliBerLogin authentication?03:08
ExcaliBerdon't you type in your username and pw on the start up?03:09
zntneolike to maybe ldap03:09
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blindxPuMpErNiCkEl, that's not it, either :\03:09
zntneonetwork login authentication03:09
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Warbogeronimo89: Yes, I'm using 2.6.15-18-386 'cos I'm running on a USB hard drive which my PC can't boot, so it is booting from a CD onto the HD. Because I can't be bothered to rewqrite the disc each tiny kernel upgrade I don't upgrade kernel03:09
ExcaliBerJust network?03:09
butterfly_what should I look for?03:09
ExcaliBerNothing in network03:09
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geronimo89Warbo, there are some folders, and there is a nvidia folder too03:09
KhaaaaanGuys.... what will play quicktime videos in Firefox?03:10
_jasonKhaaaaan: mplayer plugin with w32codecs03:10
ExcaliBerOr just get Internet explorer for linux.03:10
Warbogeronimo89: No. The nvidia folder is nothing to do with it. If there is nothing called "nvidia.ko" in that exact folder then you don't have the nvidia driver, just the nv driver03:10
jramseyisnt the java runtime environment pluging installed by default with firefox??03:10
_jasonjramsey: no03:10
_jasonubotu: tell Khaaaaan about mplayer03:10
zntneono not IE ahh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1103:10
_jasonubotu: tell Khaaaaan about w32codecs03:10
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jramsey_jason, ok txs will go get it03:11
kh40sExcaliBer: What did you want me to update?03:11
geronimo89there is no such file Warbo03:11
_jasonubotu: tell jramsey about javadebs03:11
Khaaaaanmplayer ... ah man :(03:11
ExcaliBerIs it fully updated?03:11
blindxHow do I get access to my other harddrive?03:11
kh40sExcaliBer:  Yes03:11
zntneoIE is the devil03:11
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_jasonKhaaaaan: hmm?03:11
Warbogeronimo89: OK, you don't have it. There are a few ways of getting it but easiest is nvidia-glx03:11
uboturumour has it, nvidia is at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia or http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=5736803:11
ConjurerIs it possible to control the order in which services at the same runlevel are executed?03:11
geronimo89Warbo, I have nvidia-glx :(03:11
Warbogeronimo89: I know03:12
KhaaaaanI hate mplayer03:12
Warbogeronimo89: I like to do it with module assistant. Install module-assistant package03:12
mavric2001hmmm dapper drunk seems to work quite nicely03:12
_jasonKhaaaaan: why? mplayer is awesome03:12
mavric2001vlc is better03:12
blindxHow do I get access to my other harddrive?03:12
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mavric2001no pesky codecs to contend with03:12
WarboKhaaaaaaan: Totem's far better than MPlayer (but it has no mencoder equivalent)03:12
_jasonblindx: mount it.  What filesystem is it?03:13
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KhaaaaanIs there a pakcage for it?03:13
ExcaliBerYes get wine and download vlc.03:13
_jasonKhaaaaan: check your private messages03:13
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mavric2001khaaaaan; sudo apt-get install vlc03:13
blindxI tried mount /dev/hdb103:13
blindxbut it won't mount03:13
_jasonblindx: what happens when you try03:13
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WarboKhaaaaaan: Totem comes with Ubuntu. There is a plugin. Search Synaptic for "mozilla" and you'll see it03:13
seb48273I just attempted a default install which hung at 25% of initializing apt-repository, any ideas?03:13
blindxuh lemme try again03:13
ExcaliBerYou need wine for vlc.03:13
blindxmount: can't find /dev/hdb1 in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab03:13
_jason!info vlc03:13
mavric2001its in the repositories03:13
geronimo89Warbo, i try03:13
ExcaliBersudo apt-get wine03:13
ubotuvlc: (multimedia player for all audio and video formats), section universe/graphics, is optional. Version: 0.8.4-svn20050920-3+hal0ubuntu3 (breezy), Packaged size: 5817 kB, Installed size: 13740 kB03:13
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WarboExcaliBer: What? Is QT not in w32codecs?03:14
WarboThat's QuickTime, not QT03:14
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KhaaaaanWhy doesnt xine do it?03:14
_jasonKhaaaaan: xine do what?03:14
mavric2001if its codecs you want check out easyubuntu03:14
KhaaaaanPlay the movie03:14
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_jasonKhaaaaan: have you installed w32codecs?03:15
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WarboKhaaaaan: Try automatix, but it screws up the system to be like windoze03:15
codecaineanybody got aireplay to run on unbuntu?03:15
ubotuhmm... 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.03:15
KhaaaaanI didnt install the plugin03:15
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mavric2001easyubuntu is a better choice03:15
cyberboynice shit :)03:15
cyberboyim amused03:15
ubotuPlease don't use the "enter" key as punctuation! It spams the channel and is annoying.03:15
ubotuWish I knew. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, NickGarvey03:15
ubotuPlease watch your language. We try to be nice and help but some of us don't like to see such things on our screen.03:15
geronimo89Warbo, got it, what now03:15
Warbogeronimo89: Go into a terminal and type "m-a"03:16
blindxer.. my paste was lost.03:16
kh40sExcaliBer: Would any log files be useful?03:16
Warbogeronimo89: Tell it to update (it update's apt's lists) and Prepare (get's kernel-headers needed for building modules and rrivers)03:16
blindx_jason: mount: can't find /dev/hdb1 in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab03:16
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ExcaliBerHmm not sure.03:17
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HellDragonhi, thats not a ubuntu question i know but how can i have my own channel with a chanserv on it to dont lost my op status when i leave ?03:17
zntneowhat is pam used for03:17
_jasonubotu: tell blindx about mount03:17
cafuegoHellDragon: '/msg chanserv help'03:17
mavric2001pam is a newsreader03:17
Warbozntneo: PAM controls permission, passwords, etc.03:17
HellDragonforgot that lol03:18
geronimo89Warbo, that takes time, eh?03:18
cyberboyHellDragon, put up a bot03:18
Warbomavric: It it?03:18
HellDragonchanserv doesnt respond03:18
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zntneoWarbo: could it be used for network permission03:18
Warbogeronimo89: It doesn't upgrade the system, just updates the lists03:18
cyberboyget a shell03:18
blindxohhhhh yeahhhh03:18
cyberboyand use eggdrop :) .. version 1.1.5 should be stable03:18
kh40sExcaliBer: I was reading about a patch for /drivers/ieee1394.c for toshiba laptops.  Would that be helpful, and if so, how could I install it?03:18
Warbozntneo: I'm not sure. Networking is done with SSH and such, which have their own system03:18
geronimo89Warbo, oh, okay03:18
mavric2001errr my bad thats pan03:19
ExcaliBerYes it would.03:19
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cyberboythe internet should stay. in searchlist's and such . just make a search at altavista. i would like to belive in, getting a host from you're own country03:19
ExcaliBerif you want to install ie for linux get ies4linux03:19
kh40sExcaliBer: correction, the file name is /drivers/ieee1394/ohci1394.c03:19
cyberboywould be for the better03:19
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ExcaliBerYou talking about internet explorer?03:19
ExcaliBerOr something else?03:19
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cyberboythe maintaining of a channal . not getting lost among the thousen of users03:20
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kh40sExcaliBer: ieee1394 is firewire driver.  How do I install the patch into the system?03:20
m5mI'm having a chronic problem getting my system time set right... it appears that kubuntu thinks I live in UTC, though my timezone is set to "los angeles" (correct) I still get UTC timestamps when I use 'date'... any ideas?03:20
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m5mWhat's more I once succeeded in changing the time back to correct and I got stuck in these vicious cycles where sudo wouldn't work because of a bogus timestamp on the sudoers file or something.  It was so complicated that I ended up giving up.  It's irking me again.03:21
cyberboyjust change it03:21
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cyberboyperhaps the bios got a role in this play03:21
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cyberboyusing further informations. like its picking it up. from scratch, root. i think its a feature for some of the systems03:21
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m5mcyberboy: that's a possibility, but I think ubuntu has control of the bios time, if I'm not mistaken03:22
Warbom5m: Are you dual booting with windoze?03:22
cyberboyjust like power manager . / saver, for that matter03:22
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GTXhow do I make a command repeat itself03:22
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cyberboyits an option. i would like to belive in03:22
GTXevery 5seconds in ssh03:22
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cyberboyjust got the question03:22
cyberboylol :)03:22
m5mWarbo: I have a small Windows partition on a 2ndary hardrive, but I have to change my bootorder to use it... which I rarely do03:22
WarboGTX: use "sleep 5" in a script with a for loop03:22
blindxWhat's a good burning program?03:23
GTXWarbo, How do I make a loop?03:23
kh40scan someone help me with a .patch file?03:23
Warbom5m: It's just that there are some dodgy clock fixes which work fine in Linux but screw up Windoze time03:23
mavric2001blinx: k3b03:23
cyberboynero for windows. elsewhere. there should be some default ones03:23
kh40sI need to update the firewire driver for my system03:23
m5mWarbo: I don't care what Windows thinks at all03:23
cyberboywine is a good program / dosbox03:23
WarboGTX: "for ((;1;)); do command ; done" That is an infinite loop running "command"03:24
geronimo89Warbo, takes a few minutes03:24
cyberboyto drop in and out03:24
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RugHowdy all03:24
WarboAAA! Where's the Smiley come from?03:24
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cyberboyjust like dos03:24
GTXWarbo, does the 1 mean 1 second?03:24
WarboIt is semicolon 1 semicolon bracketr bracket03:24
ExcaliBerHi rug.03:24
cyberboymakes you're stuff running 32 bits versions. out of everything else :)03:24
GTXWarbo, Can you put one with sleep 5 in it03:24
WarboGTX: No. For keeps going until that number is zero. 1 is never zero so infinite loop03:24
GTXHow do I put sleep in it?03:25
WarboGTX, well it is a multi-line script. I'll pu it in the pastebin thing03:25
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m5mso you have any tips Warbo to set the time right?  keeping in mind that my only concern is not losing sudo power because of some future timestamp on my sudoers file?03:25
Warbogeronimo89: I'll get back in a sec, helping GTX03:25
geronimo89Warbo, alright03:25
RugOdd NFS problem;  I have 2 mount points on my server, (both have identical perms in /etc/exports) one I can mount the other I cannot.   Any ideas?03:25
ExcaliBerDo you have the file with you?03:25
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geronimo89Warbo, it's building03:26
ExcaliBerHey do you guys know about the firmware coming out for the psp03:27
ExcaliBer= D03:27
geronimo89Warbo, but this file you mentioned is still not there03:27
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cyberboyit was too perfect03:29
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ExcaliBerI don't have a toshiba laptop just to let you know.03:29
zntneocan i ask an irc question?03:29
ExcaliBerI have a Dell Dimension 3000.03:29
WarboGTX: Here you go http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1241203:29
kh40sExcaliBer:  Ok... but do you know how to install a .patch file?03:29
zntneowhats the best way to find binaries03:29
ExcaliBerOk gold on,03:29
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Warbogeronimo89: I'm back. OK, go to SELECT in module assidtant (m-a)03:29
geronimo89i selected nvidia03:30
brandon_what's the name of the surround mixer that gnome uses?03:30
geronimo89I builded and installed03:30
geronimo89but this file is still missing O.o03:30
Warbogeronimo89: Well try sudo "modprobe nvidia"03:30
kh40sExcaliBer: http://www.janerob.com/rob/ts5100/tosh-1394.patch03:30
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cyphasedoes anyone know of a firefox extension that lets you add feeds to a third party feed reader?03:30
geronimo89Warbo, no output03:31
Warbogeronimo89: That's good!03:31
brandon_cyphase: i don't know of one, but you can do that with konqueror, if you have kde03:31
Warbogeronimo89: OK, now "sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf"03:31
m5mdoes anyone know the commands that change the system's date?  I'm stuck on UTC and would like to change to PST, but the Kubuntu Gui isn't doing it, and I don't want to get stuck with my sudoers dir timestamped the future.03:31
CapnDoodydoes anyone know what the kerenel source tree directory for ubuntu?03:31
geronimo89Warbo, yeah03:32
WarboCapnDoody: /lib/modules/(kernel)/build03:32
blindxHow can I make my desktop icons smaller automatically?03:32
CapnDoodyWarbo, by deafult, right?03:32
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Warbogeronimo89: OK, now in "Device" section make sure Driver "nvidia"03:32
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WarboCapnDoody: It's a symlink I think03:33
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nickrudblindx, by changing the zoom factor in System->Preferences->File Manager03:33
CapnDoodyWarbo: i'm not familar with the term symlink03:33
Warbogeronimo89: Then in Modules look for GLX, GLCore and DRI03:33
geronimo89glcore is not there03:34
geronimo89should I add it?03:34
WarboCapnDoody: Symbolic Link. The directory isn't actually there, but there is a link that you can use in just the same way as the directory03:34
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Warbogeronimo89: No. DRI and GLCore should NOT be there03:34
geronimo89deleted dri03:34
DewDudeit's like shortcut in Windows03:35
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Warbogeronimo89: Now in Device add the line: Option "RenderAccel" "true"03:35
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geronimo89Warbo, done03:35
WarboDewDude: Not really. Windows is a file with ".lnk" extension, symlink is basically just a directory.03:35
geronimo89there is Option "NvAGP" "1", too03:36
Warbogeronimo89: OK. Now ctrl-x, y, Enter to save it03:36
Warbogeronimo89: That's fine03:36
DewDudereal quick...will ubuntu pick up things  like USB jump drives automatically...or have i got to do a bunch of stuff to it?03:36
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geronimo89Warbo, okay03:36
_jasonDewDude: it picks up mine, ymmv03:36
cyberboyshouldnt there be a root acount somewhere03:36
WarboDewDude: Jump drive? Pen drives are fine if that's what you mean03:36
_jasonubotu: tell cyberboy about root03:37
TraceGreenHello, Can ubuntu lived run just in memory?03:37
mabusWarbo: There are tons of names for them.03:37
_jasonTraceGreen: that's exactly what it does03:37
mabusPen drive, jump drive, flash drive, memory key, etc03:37
Warbogeronimo89: Now in a ctrl-alt-f1 terminal run "sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart" and tell me what you see. If there is a nvidia logo it worked03:37
ExcaliBerSorry i don't know alot of python.03:37
TraceGreen_jason, now, ubuntu livecd shoud use cdrom.03:37
mabus_jason: I think he wants to remove the cd, as in, like the tomem thing on damn small linux03:37
ExcaliBerThere should be a readme on the file.03:37
ExcaliBerIt should tell you everyhting03:38
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_jasonTraceGreen: oh I misunderstood, thought you were just asking if it used the hard drive03:38
AleXerTecHim really need help03:38
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WarboTraceGreen: Little hole in your drive? Shove a needle down it to eject the disc :)03:38
TraceGreen_jason, oh, now, i want use cdrom03:38
ExcaliBerWhats the problem?03:38
geronimo89Warbo, ehm, should I copy the xorg or the xgl folder into /etc/X11/X ?03:38
AleXerTecHi really need help with my laptop03:38
DewDudewell...technically it's my PSP...but i believe it works using standard USB drive03:38
ExcaliBerAlexertach, whats the problem?03:39
AleXerTecHi have a cardbus dlink and ubunto 5.1003:39
geronimo89Warbo, with the xgl it does not work03:39
TraceGreenWarbo, ......03:39
AleXerTecHand i cant make that thing works03:39
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Warbogeronimo89: to run XGL all you need it to change the link /usr/bin/X that points to /usr/bin/Xorg to point to /usr/bin/Xgl03:39
AleXerTecHif i do iwconfig, it doesnt showup03:39
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dj-fuWarbo, that's a very bad idea03:39
ExcaliBerSo you trying to make Ubuntu work?03:39
CapnDoodyWarbo: i'm tring to compile a driver for a new beta USB WLAN but i'm not able to run the "make config" command, why??03:39
Warbodj-fu: Notice that smiley thinng?03:39
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geronimo89sudo ln -sf /usr/bin/Xgl /etc/X11/X <-- this does not work03:40
dj-fuCan't say i did, actually03:40
AleXerTecHi need wireless connection03:40
kingspawnCapnDoody: what kind of errormsg do you get?03:40
dj-fubut yes, it does not work03:40
AleXerTecHin that laptop03:40
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ExcaliBerYou need a router.03:40
CapnDoodykingspawn: "command not found"03:40
AleXerTecHbut the cardbus doesnt showup03:40
WarboCapnDoody: I assume you are following the instructions. Usually there is just ./configure make make install03:40
jramseyi've changed permissions + owner of sources.list because i want to add a site that has the java plugin pkg; but i cannot save the updated sources list ... any ideas? do i need write access to the /etc/apt dir?03:40
KrisWoodHi everyone, is anyone here familiar with firestarter? Or does anyone know a better firewall gui to use?03:40
kingspawnCapnDoody: then sudo apt-get install build-essential03:40
dj-fugeronimo89, Xgl only works on Dapper, see this post for instructions - http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=14835103:40
dj-fuKrisWood, Yes, I use firestarter.03:40
AleXerTecHi know, but the cardbus doesnt show up to make a config03:40
geronimo89dj-fu, i know -.-03:41
Warbogeronimo89: Did you see a line Option "NoLogo" "true" in your xorg.conf?03:41
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AleXerTecHExcaliBer, i try with the module ath_pci and doesnt work03:41
geronimo89Warbo, no, I'll check it03:41
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KrisWoodI'm trying to set up the firewall so that people inside the network can internet games at the same time, but firestarter only seems able to forward ports to one computer :-/03:41
CapnDoodymy directions tell me to unpackage and run "Make Config"03:41
geronimo89but gdm does not start if sudo ln -sf /usr/bin/Xgl /etc/X11/X <--- this is done03:41
ExcaliBerYou should go to wikis.03:41
kingspawnCapnDoody: well, do as i say to install make.03:41
ExcaliBerIt solves all problems.03:42
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Warbogeronimo89: That is useful, 'cos using NVidia driver shows the NVidia logo everytime you swich resolution. But it is useful to keep on so you know you are using the right driver03:42
dj-fuKrisWood, not sure how to do port forwarding sorry03:42
ExcaliBerI know alot about desktops.03:42
ExcaliBerBut i don't know much about laptops.03:42
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Warbogeronimo89: In dapper they moved Xorg into /usr/bin03:42
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KrisWoodhmmm I wonder if firestarter has an irc03:43
geronimo89Warbo, this thing about nologo is not defined in the config03:43
Warbogeronimo89: "sudo ln -sf /usr/bin/Xgl /usr/bin/X"03:43
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Warbogeronimo89: If there is nothing to do with NoLogo in the config then that is fine03:43
CapnDoodykingspawn: will that incorporate the files that are in this folder?03:43
CapnDoodykingspawn: for this driver install...03:43
kingspawnCapnDoody: what? no. it will install the tools you need to compile stuff. make compiles stuff. or rather, calls compilers to compile stuff.03:44
geronimo89Warbo, gnome can't start03:44
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CapnDoodykingspawn: ok great03:44
geronimo89Warbo, the whole xserver is unable to start03:44
Warbogeronimo89: That's OK. Just live in the terminal for now03:44
Warbogeronimo89: "sudo ln -sf /usr/bin/Xorg /usr/bin/X"03:44
Warbogeronimo89: Forget about Xgl to start with03:44
Warbogeronimo89: Let's get regular X with nvidia, then Xgl03:45
geronimo89no nvidia logo at startup03:45
Warbogeronimo89: And you are SURE the line is "nvidia"? Well I will post my xorg.conf to pastebin03:45
CapnDoodykingspawn: during th make install it asks me for the linux source directory... what would that be?03:46
nickrudCapnDoody, if you're trying to compile a module for the kernel, you'll need to install gcc-3.4 as well as build-essential, and do   export CC='gcc-3.4' before working with the module03:46
KrisWoodhmmm no luck on the firestarter web site :(03:46
geronimo89Warbo, I am sure03:46
KrisWooddoes anyone here know anything about port forwarding in general?03:46
linkdKrisWood: yea whats up?03:46
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jinhohi does ubuntu have an antivirus program (or even need one?)03:47
aquariusHow can I build a foo.deb if I have foo.orig.tar.gz, foo.diff.gz, and foo.dsc?03:47
geronimo89Warbo, got the logo :D03:47
Warbogeronimo89: Here is mine http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1241303:47
kingspawnCapnDoody: if its asking for the kernel source, it would probably be at /usr/src/linux if you have installed it03:47
Warbogeronimo89: OK. Now run glxgears :)03:47
KrisWoodI need a handful of ports (used for directplay) to be made transparent between my internal network and the outside world so that people on my network can play internet games at the same time03:47
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shekharcan someone help me fix permissions?03:47
KrisWoodright now I'm able to forward the ports to one computer on the network but then the rest can't use those ports03:48
kingspawnshekhar: just ask your question03:48
geronimo89Warbo, works, as before, 3 slow wheels03:48
zntneocan i listen to wmv in ubuntu03:48
linkdKrisWood: have u played around with your router config? ussually they have some options.03:48
WarboKrisWood: Is this though a router, or using a Linux box as a router for another Linux box?03:48
jinhodoes Ubuntu need an antivirus program/is there one?03:48
_jasonzntneo: yes, mplayer and w32codecs is one way03:48
shekharkingspawn:  i have a fat32 partition mounted on /mnt/data and am having problems copying to and from that03:48
Warbogeronimo89: Hmm. Should be fast. Oh well03:48
KrisWoodmy ubuntu box is my router03:48
linkdKrisWood: do u mean u want multiple computers to have forwarded the same incoming port?03:48
geronimo89Warbo, not really slow, but not really fast03:48
_jasonubotu: tell zntneo about mplayer03:49
linkdKrisWood: i mean, they all want to use port 1234 for example?03:49
Warbogeronimo89: Now, do the "sudo ln -sf /usr/bin/Xgl /usr/bin/X" thing03:49
_jasonubotu: tell zntneo about w32codecs03:49
Warbogeronimo89: Have you added the Compiz lines in your .gnomerc?03:49
KrisWoodlinkd, as I understand it forwarding isn't really what I want, but rather I need the ports to be available for incoming and outgoing connections for all computers on the network03:49
ExcaliBerIs there any hacking channels?03:49
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geronimo89Warbo. no... not really03:49
MTecknologyHi everybody03:49
geronimo89Warbo, I always tried the command03:49
KrisWoodExcaliBer:  sounds like a good way to get banned hehe03:49
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jinhoI hate like sounding like a busted player, but do I need an ANTIVIRUS program for ubuntu?03:49
kingspawnshekhar: yes. well, you need to mount it with options uid and gid03:49
DaskiesWhy is firefox telling me to install the JRE when I already have it installed?03:49
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Warbogeronimo89: Well do "gedit ~/.gnomerc" as normal user03:50
ExcaliBerNice one kriswood.03:50
_jasonDaskies: how did you install the jre?03:50
kingspawnshekhar: might also be an idea to chown the whole kaboozle for the user you need it to work for03:50
linkdKrisWood: if your ubuntu box is going all the routing, cant u just forward all packets? like using ip_forwarding?03:50
Daskies_jason, I've installed it through netbeans, and the manual download03:50
shekharkingspawn:  these are set in /etc/fstab uid=shekhar, gid=shekhar03:50
geronimo89Warbo, oh oh...03:50
KrisWoodlinkd, until today I was using forwarding and it was working great, but then my wife wanted to play a directplay game too03:50
kingspawnshekhar: or just mount it with umask=0666 or somewhere along those lines03:50
aquariusjinho: No, you don't.03:50
KrisWoodand both games needed the same ports03:51
Warbogeronimo89: OK, add this to the .gnomerc file compiz --replace gconf decoration wobbly fade minimize cube rotate zoom03:51
Warboscale move resize place switcher03:51
geronimo89Warbo, nvidia logo is gone O.o03:51
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shekharkingspawn:  do i just do chown shekhar /mnt/data for that volume?03:51
Warbo(sorry for multiple lines)03:51
blindxAnyone remember my issue with not having sound? I think it was last night or maybe the night before..03:51
_jasonDaskies: if you use a .deb, then it should make a symlink for you.  I am not familiar with those methods, so they may not have made the symlink.  What does 'ls -l /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox/plugins/' say? (use http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/ )03:51
jinhoaquarius: is it that safe? I sort of feel like that is borderline hubris lol03:51
Warbogeronimo89: Run "lsmod | grep nvidia"03:51
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linkdKrisWood: right gotcha, because it uses the same port right? so you get 2 computers competing for the port? only way i can think to overcome that would be to see if you can change what port the program wanted03:51
jinhoaquarius: or are all the ppl who write viruses linux developers too?03:51
kingspawnshekhar: shekhar:shekhar03:51
m5mhistory | grep time03:52
aquariusjinho: then if you're convinced you need one, I'm not sure why you're asking the question :) Set your mind at rest by installing clamav if you like.03:52
m5moops wrong channel03:52
kingspawnshekhar: and -R03:52
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shekharkingspawn:  ? can you give me the syntax exactly?03:52
KrisWoodit's an old old game I don't think it's very modifyable03:52
jinhoaquarius: maybe I'm still stuck in the windows mindset...03:52
kingspawnshekhar: chown -R shekhar:shekhar /whatnot03:52
geronimo89Warbo, nvidia: 003:52
Daskies_jason, http://daskies.pastebin.com/66421403:52
shekharkingspawn:  ok03:52
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linkdhmm, sorry, i personally cant think of anything, i dunno if someone else has any ideas03:52
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geronimo89Warbo,  i2c_core: 3, agpgart 203:53
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michael117How can I hide icons on the desktop such as remote ftp's or remote nfs disks?03:53
davecbanyone alive03:53
LinuxHelphow do I access the cdrom during the dapper mini.iso install03:53
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_jasonDaskies: have you closed all instances of firefox and started it again?03:53
Warbogeronimo89: OK, so the module is loaded. You should basically have 2 lines in your home/username/.gnomerc file before trying to run Xgl03:53
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geronimo89Warbo, but this 0 behind nvidia?03:53
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cached i have an idea that requires sending large files over the internet and its preferrably cross platform, but i somewhata despise java03:54
cachedwhat lang should i use03:54
geronimo89Warbo, i heard something of adding apggart to a blacklist or something, to make x use the nvidia thing03:54
linkdcached: python? perl? :P03:54
cyberboyholy gunsmoke03:54
linkdrudy? php?03:54
linkdlots of choice03:54
cyberboythis is cute :)03:54
Nameeaterwhere is ubuntu's printer config stored on the hdd?03:54
cyberboyjust read through the facts03:54
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Warbogeronimo89: First is:compiz --replace gconf decoration wobbly fade minimize cube rotate zoom scale move resize place switcher, anyway I don't think that is necissary. If it is set to NVidia it won't fall back to nv, it will just refuse to start.03:55
MTecknologyI upgraded to Dapper and only have one porblem, my network. In Breezy I had an eth0 and wlan0. They both worked. Initially I had to set up wlan0 using ndiswrapper and downloading the inf file. Now in Dapper, I have eth0 and eth1. When connecting eth0 it sends a few bytes and keeps recieving a shit load of them. On eth1 it just aLways says disconnected. Does anybody have any clue on this problem?03:55
davecbwhere can i download Ubuntu 6.06 (Dapper Drake)03:55
Daskies_jason, yes03:55
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michael117How can I remove icons from the desktop that only give me the option to unmount them?03:55
cachedlinkd, BBHoss, are those similar to C?03:55
Daskies_jason, I haven't restarted the computer, but I have firefox03:55
Warbogeromino89: That first line ends at the comma03:55
m5mmichael117: umount them first03:55
jramseytrying to point sources.list to a site that has the java runtime engine firefox plugin; i cannot save sources.list when i update it; is that the proper way to add a new site for pkg installs??03:55
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linkdcached: php is.03:55
KrisWoodwow dapper's already out? seems like just a couple months ago I upgraded to breezy hehe03:55
geronimo89Warbo, i know, that's what i looks like now03:55
Daskies_jason, do I need to restart the system?03:55
michael117m5m: I have to have htem mounted03:56
blindxI'm not getting any sound for videos, while using VLC.. what could be the problem?03:56
cachedlinkd, BBHoss, I doubt php is the correct choice for sending large files via an application :P03:56
linkdcached: might wanna be careful with BBHoss's suggetion, a good programmer can make portable code, but it still need recompiling on each system03:56
michael117I just want to give my desktop a clean look\03:56
Warbogeronimo89: Next line is: nohup gnome-window-decorator &03:56
_jasonDaskies: ok, well there are two symlinks in there for java.. that could be the reason... what do the following commands say: 'readlink -f /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox/plugins/libjavaplugin_oji.so' and 'realink -f /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox/libjavaplugin.so' ?03:56
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_jasonDaskies: no, you should not need to restart03:56
linkdcached: well i dont know what u want, i dont know ur limits either.03:56
m5mmichael117: at a commandprompt cd Desktop and rm linkname03:56
MTecknologyif nobody can help me, can somebody please tell me where to go for help on my ubuntu system?03:56
cyphasebrandon_, i'm on Gnome, and Epiphany does it too (the Gnome browser)03:56
_jasonDaskies: s/realink/readlink :P03:57
shekharkingspawn:  thanks a lot! :)03:57
Daskies_jason, the first one gives me: /usr/lib/j2se/1.4/jre/plugin/i386/mozilla/libjavaplugin_oji.so03:57
kingspawnshekhar: :)03:57
DaskiesDarn paste button03:57
Warbogeronimo89: Well if your /usr/bin/X points to Xgl and your .gnomerc files are edited then you are good to go (with nvidia driver). If not then you must have broken it whilst trying things, so now you might have to unbreak it by undoing whatever you've done03:57
blindxI'm not getting any sound for videos, while using VLC.. what could be the problem?03:57
kingspawncached: what kind of sending are you talking about? i hardly think the language used will be the bottleneck in an internet transfer..03:57
Daskies_jason, the second one gives me command not found03:57
Warboblindx: XMMS on pause?03:58
Daskies_jason, so do I need to install the second one?03:58
shekharkingspawn:  is there a fix for dapper f6 problem with waking from sleep and hibernate?03:58
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_jasonDaskies: yeah, I made a type.  it's readlink not realink03:58
blindxWarbo: nope.03:58
kingspawnshekhar: no idea, never used dapper03:58
blindxWarbo: not even open.03:58
cyphasei'm actually thinking of trying Epiphany instead of firefox for a while when i install dapper beta03:58
Warboblindx: Got a Google Video tab open in a browser?03:58
blindxno browsers even opened03:58
Daskies_jason, Now the second one gives me nothing03:58
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Warboblindx: Just that Google Video steal the sound.03:58
Daskies_jason, when I hit enter nothing happens03:58
michael117m5m: They are not like physical links and don't have a file name to them03:58
jmoncayowhat is the difference between apache 1.3 and 2.0 i mean they  both are stable versions right?03:58
jramsey_jason, nothing, and nothing respectively so the symlinks arent set ... meaning the plugins arent installed, right?03:59
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cachedkingspawn: im talking transfering about 4GB a day to anywhere relatively close03:59
_jasonDaskies: ok 'sudo rm /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox/plugins/libjavaplugin.so' and restart your browser03:59
Warbojmoncayo: Is 2 more modular?03:59
m5mmichael117: I'm sorry, I understand what you mean, I just realized it and I'm not sure where that preference is03:59
brandon_cyphase: why not just use epiphany? epihpany and firefox are both frontends for the gecko layout engine, so websites will look the same regardless03:59
_jasonjramsey: nah, the first one worked03:59
blindxWarbo: that's odd. But I'm not running any, anyways03:59
cyphasebrandon_, see last message :)03:59
kingspawncached: well then, the language you choose could be qbasic without it being your performance problem :)03:59
jmoncayoWarbo, i think so, thats the only difference?03:59
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Warboblindx: Do you get sound in another player?04:00
mroe_hey all04:00
cjonesi went from ubuntu to kubuntu useing synaptic can i just uninstall useing the same and go back to ubuntu04:00
kingspawncached: should be pretty easy to do, but personally i'd go with python. an excellent language for such tasks04:00
mroe_I just installed initng and set it up04:00
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jramsey_jason, i think i jumped in on ur conversation; i am having trouble with installing the java runtime eng; thought u msged that time sry04:00
blindxI haven't tried any other players. For some reason, none of my vids will open in totem. Lemme try mplayer04:00
mroe_anyone here know much about it?04:00
Daskies_jason, still nothing04:00
linkdcached: id choose the same as kingspawn !04:00
_jasonjramsey: ha, yeah you confused me04:00
brandon_cyphase: i saw it, but what i'm saying is, why not just abandon the idea of finding an extension for firefox if epiphany does what you want?04:00
Warbojmoncayo: Well I'm not sure. I installed a bare Apache2 system a while ago (I'm warbo.homelinux.org) but couldn't forward ports properly so I got rid of ot04:00
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geronimo89Warbo, found something in the errorlog "Loading /usr/lib/xorg/modules/drivers/nv_drv.so"04:01
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jmoncayoWarbo, ok thanks04:01
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_jasonDaskies: you sure all instances of firefox are getting closed?04:01
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GURTis there a way to make gnomebaker overburn?04:01
Warbogeronimo89: Is that the most recent kind of error? (ie. Not an error from ages ago with nv driver)04:01
blindxWarbo: turns out I don't have mplayer installed. So I wouldn't know if I get sound in another player.04:01
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cachedkingspawn,linkd thanks04:01
Warboblindx: Just wondering. Where is it from? Do you know the codec?04:01
Daskies_jason, yes unless there is an inviasble one running04:02
cyphasebrandon_, i just might04:02
hawk_wolfCan somebody help me with some boot options?04:02
mroe_anyone here know much about initng?04:02
blindxI don't know the codec..04:02
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kingspawnblindx: system->preferences->sound - can you play the stapler ubuntu-sounds?04:02
_jasonjramsey: have you installed the jre? how?04:02
cyphasei'm just kind of worried about extensions not having an epiphany equivalent04:02
blindxThey had sound on windows, and I had the same issue last night, but fixed it somehow.04:02
geronimo89Warbo, most recent04:02
blindxkingspawn, i have all other sounds, just not during video.04:02
cyphasei can live without a few trivial extensions..04:02
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kingspawnblindx: ah, ok. then its probably a codec problem04:02
Warboblindx: Windows VLC? I was here last night and it was XMMS04:02
_jasonDaskies: ok, right now when you ls your plugins directory you only have libjavaplugin_oji.so right? you don't have the other one too?04:02
cjonescan someone give me a little help04:02
david_mxhi I'm loockin for a irc in spanish someone can helpme?????04:02
jramsey_jason, no ... i am trying and i found a mirrored site that has deb pkgs but i cant get sources.list updated to go to that site; i chmod the file but still cannot save an edited version04:02
ubotuHispanohablantes: Por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, alli obtendran mas ayuda.04:03
brandon_cyphase, i mean the big deal is the layout engine, not the GUI. you can probably find a theme for epiphany that'll make it look like firefox04:03
_jasonjramsey: what site are you using?04:03
Warbogeronimo89: This is getting on my nerves now. You know what I'm gonna ask?04:03
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Daskies_jason, how would I check to see I have both?04:03
jramsey_jason, http://mirror.ubuntulinux.nl/dists/breezy-seveas/java/04:03
Warbogeronimo89: Are you SURE it says nvidia? :)04:03
geronimo89Warbo, about the xorg.conf?04:03
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_jasonDaskies: ls /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox/plugins/*java*04:03
hawk_wolfWhen I installed ubuntu the default frame rate was too fast for probably my video card but I got the frame rate changed when it fully boots but the pw screen still has too fast a frame rate.04:03
cyphasebrandon_, it doesn't even have to look like it. i use the default theme in firefox anyway..04:03
blindxWarbo: no, linux. Last night XMMS was on pause, and I stopped it and it worked, but now it's not working at all...04:03
_jasonjramsey: sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list04:03
Daskies_jason, No such file or direcotry04:03
Warbogeronimo89: What have you been trying to get this to work?04:03
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cachedwhats a good ide for python?04:04
_jasonDaskies: hmm04:04
geronimo89Warbo, this tutorial04:04
Warboblindx: I know Linux VLC, but did it work in Windows Media PLayer or Windows VLC?04:04
Daskies_jason, How do you normally install it?04:04
hawk_wolfI figure theres gotta be a boot command for changing Frame rate during booting.04:04
blindxyeah, it worked in both, warbo04:04
_jasonubotu: tell Daskies about javadebs04:04
_jasonDaskies: with seveas' repo debs04:04
Smeritymy system commonly becomes unusable after sitting there for a while, is there some memory profiling program for all Linux apps on your system, or do you guys have any suggestions?04:04
Warboblindx: OK, so not some encrypted WMV then? Or is it?04:05
blindxit's not even wmv.04:05
blindxIt's avi04:05
ubotuFYI, typing in ALL CAPS is considered to be 'yelling', and therefore rude behaviour.04:05
david_mxWHERE CAN I FOUND ONE?04:05
kingspawncached: well, i prefer to use emacs, but IDLE is nice for python04:05
_jasondavid_mx: /join #ubuntu-es04:05
PuMpErNiCkElubotu: tell david_mx about es04:05
brandon_david_mx: bend over and i'll show you04:05
_jasonubotu: tell brandon_ about coc04:05
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GURTsometing about those last two lines just dosen't sound right04:06
blindxlol gurt.04:06
Warbogeronimo89: That's the HowTo I followed. What was that /usr/X11/X or /etc/X11/X stuff? Where did that come from?04:06
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geronimo89Warbo, how can I thank you?04:06
kingspawnSmerity: run the memtest86 thats in your boot menu04:06
brandon__jason: i was kidding. c'mon04:06
_jasonDaskies: ls -l /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox/plugins/, just want to make sure you don't still have a symlink since it may interfere with the new one that gets created with the deb04:06
cachedkingspawn: gah! for me emacs is just about as difficult to use as vi04:06
hawk_wolfDoes nobody know how to change the frame rate on the pw screen?04:06
Smeritykingspawn,  thanks mate, I guess I should have checked that first eh? ^_^04:06
geronimo89Warbo, it finally works (no idea why now, but not before)04:06
kingspawncached: both good editors :) but emacs wins, hands down04:06
m5mdoes anyone actually keep their system time in UTC??04:06
kingspawnSmerity: hehe, worth a shot ;)04:07
ExcaliBerHi everyone.04:07
Warbogeronimo89: You have wobbly windows and stuff?04:07
geronimo89Warbo, some people say I do good graphics, hope I can help you some day04:07
blindxI'm gonna try rebooting Warbo.. Don't know why that would be an issue, but I need a reboot anyway.04:07
nickrudm5m, I do04:07
ExcaliBerDoes anyone need some help?04:07
hawk_wolfI go04:07
jramsey_jason, how do i rebuild sources.list? it looks like i corrupted it with nano04:07
geronimo89Warbo, it's wobbling, but it's slow and ugly04:07
Warbogeronimo89: OK, now that you KNOW it is using NVidia you can get rid of the logo by putting option "NoLogo" "true" in the Device part of xorg.conf04:07
nickrudExcaliBer, sure, I could use some extra income04:07
_jasonubotu: tell jramsey about easysource04:07
ExcaliBerOk hawk_wolf04:07
blindxjramsey, you backed it up first, right? :P04:07
cachedkingspawn: i guess i am one generation too late to be able to use emacs04:08
_jasonjramsey: in the future remember to back up any file you edit :)04:08
jramseyblindx, that would have made too  much sense04:08
blindxhhaha i did the same thing :P04:08
ExcaliBerWhat are the problems?04:08
geronimo89Warbo, hehe, yes :>04:08
hawk_wolfThanks, I need to know how to change the frame rate on the password screen when my system boots up.04:08
Daskies_jason, Can I just install it through synaptic?04:08
Warbogeronimo89: Don't metion it *cough*PayPal*cough*04:08
ExcaliBerThe frame rate huh?04:08
kingspawncached: heh, takes a bit of "easing" into, but once you get it going, its just the best thing since sliced bread04:08
m5mnickrud: for what purpose do you keep it in UTC may I ask?  I'm having a hard time getting mine back to PST but if I understand a good reason for UTC, I can give up on my problem04:08
ExcaliBerOk hold on let me think.04:08
_jasonDaskies: yeah, once you add the seveas repository lines to your /etc/apt/sources.list04:08
geronimo89Warbo, I have no money, sorry :(04:09
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hawk_wolfWHen I first installed the frame rate for the whole system was too fast04:09
Warbogeronimo89: Joke, joke04:09
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Daskies_jason, Can't I add the respository through Synaptic?04:09
Warbogeronimo89: I can draw pretty well myself anyway04:09
hawk_wolfbut I got it changed and and reset to what I need it to be, but the boot screen when it asks for password is still too fast.04:09
_jasonDaskies: yeah I think you can, just add a custom one04:09
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ExcaliBerOk here http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/okvm/okvm/README?rev=1.604:09
Daskies_jason, What's the url or the respository?04:10
nickrudm5m, I use UTC because I don't use windows ; setting to UTC handles the switch from/to daylight savings time properly. Otherwise, I know of no advantage.04:10
Daskies_jason, http://seveas.ubuntulinux.nl/ ?04:10
LaurijoliveAi pessoal. eu gostaria de instalar o Adobepagmaker no linux. Comofaoisso?04:10
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hawk_wolfin the system menu there is an option for screen resolution, thats where i got the part that now works changed,04:10
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_jasonDaskies: no you need more than that, try to read the wiki one more time.  If it's not clear just let me know04:10
LaurijoliveAlguem pode me ajudar?04:10
ExcaliBerSo you are trying to change the screen resolution?04:10
_jasonDaskies: and don't use that url, use a mirror04:10
hawk_wolfNot exactly.04:10
geronimo89Warbo, okay, thank you so much04:10
nickrudm5m, try sudo tzselect in a terminal to set your timezone04:11
Warbogeronimo89: Your welcome04:11
kingspawncached: if youre new to python, python.org has a lot of tutorials and stuff to read04:11
hawk_wolfbut thats where you go to change the frame rate.04:11
WarboWho's next?04:11
mmmiiikkkeeewhen i start my computer the program firestarter prompts me for my password how can i make this program start with root privaliges automaticaly?04:11
ExcaliBerWhat kind of pc you have?04:11
cachedkingspwan: thanks, i'll check it out04:11
geronimo89Warbo, I will now make a screenshot I promised my friend (a porn movie, on the egde of the cube)04:11
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cyphasewhere can you get epiphany extensiosn?04:11
blindxno luck Warbo04:11
_jasonmmmiiikkkeee: do you know that you do not need firestarter running for your firewall to be active?04:11
crimsuncyphase: via Synaptic04:11
Warbommmiiikkkeee: You can change the sudoers file to let you run any program without password04:11
hawk_wolfan 454004:11
jramsey_jason, ok i fixed sources.list; i updated it with apt-get update, then i installed java-packages but i get a msg about it cannot be authenticated ... is that ok?04:12
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hawk_wolfits actually callled the refresh rate.04:12
m5mnickrud: I'm a bit nervous of losing my ablility to sudo as the last time I reset the time (or attempted to) I couldn't run sudo anymore as it said it had an illegal timestamp...04:12
m5mnickrud: though I guess after about 8 hours that problem would vanish04:12
Warbocyphase: There is an extensions package, and I don't trhink there are any more. Epiphany is even MORE minimal than Firefox04:12
nickrudm5m, I've heard of that bad timestamp problem, but never had it04:12
_jasonjramsey: the wiki explains what to do if you get that error04:12
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mmmiiikkkeeethanks :) how do i know if i need to run for the firewall to be active???04:12
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blindxCan anyone help me figure out why I don't have sound in any video I try to run? :|04:13
Daskies_jason, once the repository is added what the file for jre04:13
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Warbommmiiikkkeee: The firewall is part of the kernel (iptables) so it should always be on. You only need FireStarter to change what it does04:13
_jasonDaskies, jramsey: you want sun-j2re1.5 for the jre04:13
mmmiiikkkeeeok so once i configure it i am done... oh!!! thanks :)04:14
Warboblindx: Have you looked through the Preferences?04:14
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ExcaliBerOk hawk04:14
hellz_hunterhow do i make sure that when i add a deb URL in sources.list file, that it gets from amd64 and not i386?04:14
ExcaliBergo here04:14
blindxin the player, warbo?04:14
LaurijoliveHey Buddy, I would like install ADOBE PAGEMAKER into Linux. How can i do that? Someone can help me?04:14
ExcaliBerIs that what you need?04:14
ExcaliBerThe screen refresh rate?04:14
Warbohellz_hunter: if your system is amd64 it will only get amd6404:14
Warboblindx: Yes04:14
hawk_wolfyeah the screen refresh rate.04:14
Daskies_jason, It's already installed04:14
ExcaliBerOk http://www.linuxcompatible.org/Screen_refresh_rate_t33565.html04:14
blindxlemme go ahead and do that...04:14
ExcaliBergo there04:14
Warboblindx: Can it talk to ESD and things, or does it just use /dev/dsp?04:15
hawk_wolfchecking it out now.04:15
hawk_wolfbtw, how'd you find it?04:15
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m5mthanks nickrud ; trying it now04:15
hellz_hunterWarbo, how do i make sure? what file/var makes sure that it says amd6404:15
blindxWarbo: not a clue.04:16
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Daskies_jason, any more ideas?04:16
Concord_DawnCan someone help me with doing a dist-upgrade from Hoary to Breezy?04:16
Warbohellz_hunter: I'm pretty sure it built into the package manager system. You can get Debian mirrors for everything from m68k to PowerPC, so any other behaviour would be catastrophic04:16
blindxWarbo: it works for some now, and some others it doesn't04:16
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hellz_hunterWarbo, ok thx04:16
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_jasonDaskies: yeah, 'dpkg -L dpkg -L sun-j2re1.5 | grep libjavaplugin && ls -l /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox/plugins/' on pastebin please04:17
Warboblindx: Does it say "audio device" or something similar? I haven't used VLC for a while (I like the skins though)04:17
_jasonDaskies: yeah, 'dpkg -L sun-j2re1.5 | grep libjavaplugin && ls -l /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox/plugins/' on pastebin please04:17
_jasonDaskies: the first one had a mistake04:17
blindxWarbo: it's working now... if I disable the sound, and then re-enable it.04:17
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Daskies_jason: Number 1: http://daskies.pastebin.com/66425104:18
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ExcaliBerhawk i found it by google.com/linux04:18
ExcaliBer= D04:18
ExcaliBerits the best04:18
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blindxHere's my next question... anything for linux that can run .3gp files?04:18
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skplcan someone tell me why my memory usage is running at 70%04:18
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Daskies_jason, Number 2: http://daskies.pastebin.com/66425304:18
Warboblindx: It probably needs the sound device unused when it starts up then. If it happens again stop any sound programs when starting vlc (or svlc)04:18
_jasonDaskies: you can include the && in your command it will work :) (for next time)04:18
skplfor some reason i only have 487 mb's of available memory04:19
blindxWarbo: nothing's using the sound device. And it works fine if i go into audio, and disable it, and then reenable (in VLC)04:19
_jasonDaskies: when I gave you that rm command before did you run it on both files?04:19
Warboskpl: Memory is different from storage04:19
skplwhile my swap is at 1 gig, is that normal?04:19
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Warboblindx: OK04:19
Concord_Dawnskpl, ps -a04:19
skplWarbo, i know04:19
Concord_Dawnpaste it in pastebin.04:19
Daskies_jason, I belive so, but if you want to give me the command again I can do it again04:19
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blindxAnything for linux that can run .3gp files?04:19
Agamottoskpl:  Sounds ok to me... I rarely dip into my swap with my system04:20
Warboskpl: Swap should be as low as possible as long as there is RAM available04:20
_jasonDaskies: yeah, you were only supposed to do it for one04:20
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skplConcord_Dawn, 26170 pts/0    00:00:01 gnome-system-mo04:20
skpl26182 pts/0    00:00:00 ps04:20
Daskies_jason, What's the fix?04:20
Warboblindx: Can't help you there :)04:20
_jasonDaskies: it's ok, 'ls -l /etc/alternatives/*java*' on pastebin please04:20
blindxhaha. I could probably run quicktime using wine, right?04:20
ExcaliBerHawk did you understand it?04:20
Concord_Dawnblindx, there's quicktime replacements for Linux.04:20
kingspawnblindx: mplayer probably plays 3gp04:20
skplis it normal for memory usage to be at 70%+04:20
kingspawnblindx: but you should never use .mov or .3gp or .wmv or anything like them.04:21
Agamottoskpl:  More details about your system please04:21
ExcaliBerDo ya think kubuntu is better than ubuntu?04:21
kingspawnskpl: the kernel usually caches a lot of memory just to have it handy04:21
Warboblindx: I think so (was mentioned earlier). That is for the codecs though, the QuickTime program just gives me blue when I ran it ages ago (though that was about RH9 days)04:21
jramsey_jason, where is sun-j2re1.5 ?? i only found a "for sale" list at sun and that cant be right04:21
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ExcaliBervote 1 if you think kubuntu is better04:21
skplAgamotto, i have 512k memory installed04:21
ExcaliBervote 2 if you think not04:21
Daskies_jason: http://daskies.pastebin.com/66426004:21
kingspawnskpl: system sluggish?04:21
_jasonjramsey: after you enable seveas' repo, it should be available in synaptic and/or apt-get04:21
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Agamottoskpl:  What window manager, what softs running, etc...04:21
skplkingspawn, my music player is skipping occasionally, and my mouse is acting funny04:22
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jramseyapt-get didnt find it after i enabled seveas04:22
Warboskpl: Linux writes your files and things to RAM before putting them on your drive. (This stops fragmentation, makes floppies really fast, etc.) so that could be easting it up. It automatically shrinks to allow programs to access the RAM though04:22
skplAgamotto, gnome, with just xchat, gaim, firefox and banshee04:22
kingspawnskpl: well, then follog Agamottos advice and cough up more details. put the output of ps -Af on pastebin04:22
_jasonDaskies: sudo ln -s /etc/alternatives/firefox-javaplugin.so /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox/plugins/libjavaplugin_oji.so04:22
intelikeyapt-cache finds  apt-get grabs   :)04:22
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jramsey_jason, hold on ... this is whacky ... i need to try this again04:22
kingspawnskpl: might be firefox, i think theres some kind of memory leak in the default one coming with breezy04:22
Agamottoskpl:  Sounds pretty normal so far... Gnome and X take up nearly 96megs on their own04:23
Daskies_jason, Did that, and restart Firefox, and still nothing04:23
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initardAnybody wanna take a shot at debugging my sound card problems?04:23
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_jasonDaskies: you are using firefox 1.07?04:24
DeMoNSeEDblindx, for what it's worth, i tried it a lil while back with Crossover, i got blue as well04:24
skplkingspawn, i installed on my own04:24
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skplAgamotto, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1241504:24
kingspawnskpl: ah, k04:24
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Daskies_jason, I updated to the newest verion ...04:24
WarboAnyone know some nice animation software (by nice I mean NOT GAP) ala Deluxe Paint or Flash or something else, before I turn my Amiga on?04:24
_jasonDaskies: hehe ok that explains it :)  you installed to /opt?04:24
intelikeyAgamotto lol   tty1 [root#~]  sis -m04:24
Daskies_jason, Yes04:24
intelikey Mem usage: 21.2/92.4 MB (23%)04:24
DeMoNSeEDhey Warbo , how goes it?04:24
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taskhi all, i need support on monitor editing xorg.conf!04:24
Daskies_jason, Does 1.5 kill things?04:24
intelikeyAgamotto that's with x running.04:24
s|kanybody know how to configure the gnome clibboard so it doesn't pick up formatting?04:24
_jasonDaskies: sudo ln -s /etc/alternatives/firefox-javaplugin.so /opt/firefox/plugins/libjavaplugin_oji.so04:24
_jasonDaskies: no, it just uses a different directory04:25
WarboDeMoNSeED: OK. My Wifi is bust, my routers won't talk and I can't find a pencil. But that's better than average!04:25
DeMoNSeEDok, just another normal day04:25
Daskies_jason, >_< Thanks04:25
taskhi all, i need support on monitor editing xorg.conf!04:25
Warbotask: Do you know your details? Do you know about "dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg"?04:25
_jasonDaskies: np04:26
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hawk_wolfsorry, I was just attempting what the message advised04:26
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skplAgamotto, what do you think?04:26
Agamottoskpl:  I didn't see anything running amok in there, but I am no expert by any means04:26
taskWarbo, my problem is with Hz things, cant change 6004:26
intelikeytask do you know about  http://monitorworld.com ?04:26
initardAnybody wanna help with my sound?  no sound here04:26
ExcaliBerDid it solve your problem?04:26
skplAgamotto, i seem to have an unuasual amount of programs using an unusual amount of memory04:26
DeMoNSeEDah his refresh rates04:26
taskintelikey, yes we talk the other day, no mon there but found data, and when editing the xorg file, x cant start04:27
ExcaliBerhawk_wolf, did it solve your problem?04:27
hawk_wolfnope, there refresh value isn't there04:27
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hawk_wolflike it reads on the post.04:27
Agamottoskpl:  Yah, but I am not sure which ones are 'illegal' and which ones are daemons that you may have running at startup that you don't need04:27
tidalwav1Hi, room04:27
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hawk_wolfthere is no @value in the file.04:27
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tidalwav1I just destroyed a friend's ubuntu Dapper installation by installing libcamel1-1.2-604:27
initardNo sound here, anyone gotta fix for a non working soundcard??04:27
tidalwav1it removed all of the gnome packages04:27
taskintelikey, found data: FH: 30 ~ 85KHZ, FV: 50 ~ 160HZ04:27
tidalwav1well some of them04:28
intelikeytask what are your monitors vsync & href ?04:28
smellicanhey guys, I need the termcap dev library... can't find it in synaptic. help!04:28
tidalwav1is there a way to reinstall gnome?04:28
zivalicaJoin #ubuntu-offtopic04:28
tidalwav1force a reinstall of gnome?04:28
Warbotidalwav1: Now you know to read the messages and expand the trees04:28
taskintelikey, FH: 30 ~ 85KHZ, FV: 50 ~ 160HZ04:28
s|kanybody know how to configure the gnome clipboard so it doesn't pick up formatting?04:28
jramsey_jason, it works ... jre all set ... tyvm for ur help04:28
DeMoNSeEDso task , edit your x04:28
_jasonjramsey: np04:28
tidalwav1warbo...is there any hope, or am I just f0rked?04:28
skplAgamotto, i guess i will re-install then04:28
IdleOneevening all! just tried installing ubuntu 5.10 32 bit on my amd64 ( dual boot) install went fine but when it did the first boot after ejecting the install cd it got stuck at Starting hotplug system, then tried a live cd and X server wouldnt start. any ideas on why?04:28
zivalicahas anyone got TUX_a quest for herring to work?04:29
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Agamottoskpl:  Nah, don't do anything that drastic, just wait around for someone who knows the stuff inside-out04:29
zivalicahas anyone got TUX_a quest for herring to work?04:29
tidalwav1how do I force a reinstall of gnome...is it just gnome-desktop?04:29
taski also have nvidia drivers, when editing xorg.conf with that data, x does NOT start04:29
tidalwav1that package?04:29
skpldoes anyone here know why my memory usage is at 70%04:29
DeMoNSeEDdon't know tux a quest for hewrring04:29
ExcaliBerWell do you want for me to look for more?04:29
Warbotidalwav1: There is plenty of hope. As long as you have a kernal and apt you can recover pretty much anything (Remeber, a terminal only system can be using GNOME in minutes)04:29
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blindxgetting the message "        GCC 2.96 IS NOT AND WILL NOT BE SUPPORTED BY US !04:29
blindx" when trying to install mplayer... :(04:29
DeMoNSeEDtask, try pm me04:30
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tidalwav1I have both, warbo.04:30
initardhad sound card working once here, removed hotplugs cuz it was hanging up on boot, then tried to get sound card working... gave up on that, now set hotplugs to start up on boot again and i have system 'beep' but no regular media sound whats to do?04:30
intelikeytask did you input        HorizSync 30     &      VertRefresh 50   ?04:30
nickrudWarbo, I do like your attitude :)04:30
ExcaliBerhawk_wolf do you want me to look for more information?04:30
tidalwav1anyone...reinstalling GNOME?04:30
hawk_wolfYou could, I'll look to.04:30
taskDeMoNSeED, cant pm, nick not registered04:30
hawk_wolfthanks for  helping, sorry for my slow responses.04:30
DeMoNSeEDyou should04:30
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Warboblindx: GCC-4.0 is the latest in the repos, but I always make sure the /usr/bin/gcc link points to gcc-3.4 (which built the kernel, and stops modules giving errors)04:30
nickrudtidalwav1, why do you think you need to reinstall gnome?04:30
_jasonblindx: how are you installing it?04:31
initardisnt there a program for installing drivers04:31
taskintelikey, how? when editing xorg i insert the full range04:31
tidalwav1nickrud, it's hosed.04:31
blindxi did ./configure04:31
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_jasonblindx: mplayer is in the repos04:31
Agamottoinitard:  modprobe?04:31
_jasonubotu: tell blindx about mplayer04:31
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skplcan someone tell me why my memory usage is at 70%04:31
nickrudtidalwav1, hosed. I do love technical talk :)04:31
s|kanybody know how to configure the gnome clipboard so it doesn't pick up formatting?04:31
_jasonskpl: 'top' may be able to04:31
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duncanmi tried to upgrade from breezy -> dapper, but the upgrade got stuck trying to start pcmcia on my desktop04:31
Warboskpl: Because your computer is on.04:31
intelikeyfull range task ?     pastebin your xorg.conf  please04:31
ubotuPlease don't flood the channel! For best results use the pastebin at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/ and tell people the URL04:31
skplWarbo, gee thank you for that keen insight04:31
duncanmso now i've booted my machine using a rescue disk04:31
HesNikkei'm having a WTF moment trying to install ubuntu on my 'puter04:31
skplWarbo, is it normal?04:32
HesNikkeit installed GRUB04:32
skplit seems kinda high04:32
HesNikkeGRUB came up04:32
initardgreat, Agamotto, how do you use modprobe?04:32
tidalwav1nickrud, when I boot, it shows the GDM login screen along with an error message that the session lasted less than ten seconds, and when I try to log in, the screen goes blank and then back to the GDM login screen.04:32
skpland can someone tell me what this means after running chkrootkit? eth0: PACKET SNIFFER(/sbin/dhclient3[3541] )04:32
Warboskpl: Well thank you for asking the same question people've already answered04:32
taskintelikey, how do i use that command?04:32
HesNikkei saw i had a choise of windows, so i tried that to make sure it was still not fubar04:32
skplWarbo, i dont want any trouble...04:32
HesNikkeand now grub isn't coming up04:32
HesNikkeit's going strait into booting windows04:32
s|kthis is retarded04:32
Warboskpl: Sorry, I can't do sarcasm in text.04:32
Agamottoinitard:  modprobe 'soundcard'   replacing that with your chipset for soundcard, if memory serves04:32
HesNikkedon't make me dig up a gentoo CD to make grub work!04:32
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HesNikkei'm tryin to try out ubuntu04:33
tidalwav1should I remove and install ubuntu-desktop?04:33
tidalwav1or something04:33
_jasonubotu: tell HesNikke about grub04:33
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HesNikkekeep in mind i only want to use the ubuntu cd04:33
AgamottoHesNikke:  Did you install Win after Ubuntu?04:33
blindxPackage mplayer-386 is not available, but is referred to by another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or04:33
taskintelikey, http://pastebin.com/66427004:33
blindxis only available from another source04:33
tidalwav1I'll try that and come back here after it doesn't work :(04:33
skpland can someone tell me what this means after running chkrootkit? eth0: PACKET SNIFFER(/sbin/dhclient3[3541] )04:33
WarboHesNikke: You have the CD? Does it boot? Where does it stop?04:33
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HesNikkewin was already installed04:33
initardAgamotto, where do i find the chipset?04:33
intelikeytask k04:33
Warboblindx: marillat reposutory04:33
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blindxsay wha?04:33
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_jasonblindx: you need multiverse04:34
_jasonubotu: tell blindx about multiverse04:34
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blindxi have multiverse04:34
IdleOneevening all! just tried installing ubuntu 5.10 32 bit on my amd64 ( dual boot) install went fine but when it did the first boot after ejecting the install cd it got stuck at Starting hotplug system, then tried a live cd and X server wouldnt start. any ideas on why?04:34
blindxi have multiverse04:34
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AgamottoHesNikke:  If you only wish to use the Live CD, then it will never show up in the boot/grub menu unless you have your bios set to boot from cd, in which case Grub isn't needed04:34
Warboblindx: deb ftp://ftp.nerim.net/debian-marillat/ sarge main04:34
_jasonblindx: can you pastebin your /etc/apt/sources.list please?04:34
KhaaaaanAnybody know how I can edit Meta Data for mp3z?04:34
_jasonWarbo: that can really mess up someones system04:34
ExcaliBerIs kubuntu good?04:34
HesNikkeyeah, i have an install CD04:34
Warbojason: Mine is fine04:34
Apostle^Warbo: don't hand out debian mirrors like they are candy.04:34
initardi just want my damn soundcard working, it's worked before, what is the easiest damn way to install a damn soundcard someone tell me please, i'll say thank you.04:34
nickrudtidalwav1, which is it,  it shows the GDM login screen along with an error message that the session lasted less than ten seconds, which?04:34
hawk_wolfExcaliBer, I think i've got it04:34
DeMoNSeEDtask try      nano -w /etc/X11/xorg.conf    in terminal04:34
HesNikkegrub did come up.... once04:34
taskintelikey, that's the actual xorg file, that works ok, when inserting the ""FH: 30 ~ 85KHZ, FV: 50 ~ 160HZ"" ranges is when the problem start and i have to return to previos file04:35
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WarboApostle: Look, does he want mplayer or not? If it works then use it.04:35
blindx_jason, http://pastebin.com/66427204:35
taskDeMoNSeED, already opened on gedit04:35
Apostle^Warbo: incorrect, that is a terrible way to go about it04:35
DeMoNSeEDk sorry04:35
KhaaaaanI know you can do it in banshee but it doesnt stick04:35
ExcaliBerhawk_wolf, i'll be cheering you on = )04:35
_jasonWarbo: mplayer is in ubuntu's repos though04:35
AgamottoHesNikke:  the cd you have is to install Ubuntu to the hd, not to run as a live system04:35
initardi just want my damn soundcard working, it's worked before, what is the easiest damn way to install a damn soundcard someone tell me please, i'll say thank you.04:35
skplcan someone tell me what this means after running chkrootkit? eth0: PACKET SNIFFER(/sbin/dhclient3 (deleted)[3541] )04:35
hawk_wolfI'll let you know as I go.04:35
WarboApostle: Oh well. I don't use mplayer anyway04:35
zivalicaI have a question about snes9x on amd6404:35
Apostle^Warbo: don't give people bad advice that can damage their system stability.04:36
intelikeyok task you see the line          HorizSync       28-64         have you tried  30  there   and   50  on the next line           VertRefresh     43-60      ?04:36
Warboinitard: There are loads of different sound "servers" are you sure it isn't one of those screwqing up?04:36
KhaaaaanAnyone know how to edit meta data for mp3s???04:36
_jasonblindx: you only have breezy-backports mulitiverse, you need breezy multiverse.  Want to edit the file yourself or use synaptic to fix it?04:36
zivalicawhy does snes9x seem to only work on i386?04:36
zivalicaI have a question about snes9x on amd6404:36
zivalicawhy does snes9x seem to only work on i386?04:36
blindxI'll edit it.04:36
ExcaliBerIs kubuntu any good?04:36
WarboKhaaaan: There are some special apps to do it, but I do it within XMMS and Amarok04:36
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Apostle^zivalica: they probably donot have an x64 version04:36
initardWarbo, i have no idea, it worked before, then i undid hotplugs cuz it hangs on boot sumtimes and that took sound away04:37
SirKillalothow do I download all files from http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/xchat/xchat2/plugins/dbus/ with CVS?04:37
WarboExcaliBer: It is Ubuntu. Do you like KDE? Just install KDE in Ubuntu04:37
taskintelikey, so, change "28-64" to 30 and "43-60" to 50????04:37
zivalicayes the do ( i checked the repos)04:37
AgamottoExcaliBer:  Kubuntu is Ubuntu with KDE as main window manager... essentially the same04:37
intelikeyExcaliBer no.   but neither is ubuntu.04:37
zivalicai instaled it04:37
hawk_wolfNope the file it tells be to open isn't on this system.04:37
intelikeytask try it.04:37
ExcaliBerHow do i install it?04:37
zivalicait simply does not work04:37
taskintelikey, i want more htz not less :S04:37
Apostle^ExcaliBer: sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop04:37
ExcaliBersudo apt-get kde?04:37
nickrudWarbo, there are good mplayer binaries from ubuntu, marillat in this context is good primarily for w32codecs and maybe realplayer, if he comes up with 10.0.7 binaries soon04:37
_jasonblindx: 'sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list' and then add `` multiverse'' to the end of lines 20,21,36,37 and then run 'sudo apt-get update'04:37
DeMoNSeEDenter your proper rates there task04:37
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ExcaliBeris it good?04:37
ExcaliBerwhat if i want the normal one back?04:37
Warboinitard: You need hotplug/udev things at boot. Try "cat /dev/urandom > /dev/dsp" and see if you get white noise (use ctrl-c to stop it)04:37
SirKillalothow do I download all files from http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/xchat/xchat2/plugins/dbus/ with CVS?04:37
blindx`` multiverse '' ?04:38
Apostle^ExcaliBer: you can go back at any time, and if it's good is up to you04:38
_jasonblindx: without the quotes04:38
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ExcaliBerLike if i go back whats the command?04:38
Apostle^ExcaliBer: hit the sessions button from the login screen to change between kde/gnome once kde is installed.04:38
AgamottoExcaliBer:  What criteria are you attempting to judge by?  It is Ubuntu with KDE in addtion to GNOME04:38
intelikeytask   ok.04:38
Apostle^ExcaliBer: the command is at the login screen04:38
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_jasonblindx: for example line 20 should be:  deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu breezy universe multiverse04:38
taskDeMoNSeED, i don't really know my rates! @ windows i'm at 75 hz @ 1280x1024!04:38
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ExcaliBerSo you get to pick which login?04:38
Agamottotask:  Where is the manual for your monitor?04:38
IdleOneExcaliBer yes04:39
Apostle^ExcaliBer: you hit sessions on the login screen and it has a list.04:39
DeMoNSeEDwhat's your monitor04:39
zivalicawhy does snes9x seem to only work on i386?04:39
AgamottoExcaliBer:  Yes04:39
zivalicai instaled it04:39
initardWarbo, nada, no sound at all04:39
zivalicait simply does not work04:39
ExcaliBerOH COOL THANK YOU!!04:39
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zivalicawhen i run a rom it just freezes04:39
taskAgamotto, monitor is 795mb04:39
jmoncayohow can i print text to another terminal?04:39
intelikeymonitors have manuals ????04:39
Warboinitard: Do you know what driver/module it uses?04:39
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Agamottointelikey:  The good ones do04:39
initardi'm guessing nm25604:39
DeMoNSeEDwe could find him his rates easily enough04:39
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Warboinitard: OK, can you "sudo modprobe nm256"?04:39
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taskAgamotto, http://www.samsung.com/my/products/monitor/syncmastercdt/795mb.asp04:40
nickrudintelikey, the ones worth buying04:40
Apostle^anyone here using blue tooth headset with ubuntu?04:40
zivalicawhy does snes9x seem to only work on i386?  it is available (and installable)n but not finctional for amd6404:40
DeMoNSeEDhe could try something like 30-70   50 -15004:40
zivalicawhy does snes9x seem to only work on i386?  it is available (and installable) but not finctional for amd6404:40
ExcaliBercan i change the screen resolution though on the kde?04:40
blindxnot yet, apostle^, but now that you've given me the idea...04:40
initardWarbo, FATAL: Module nm256 not found.04:40
WarboApostle: KDE's bluetooth ability is far better than GNOME's04:40
IdleOnejust tried installing ubuntu 5.10 32 bit on my amd64 ( dual boot) install went fine but when it did the first boot after ejecting the install cd it got stuck at Starting hotplug system, then tried a live cd and X server wouldnt start. any ideas on why?04:40
ExcaliBeri have a 800x600 lcd screen04:40
taskDeMoNSeED, http://www.samsung.com/my/products/monitor/syncmastercdt/795mb.asp that are my rates, but when i inster them, x does not start04:40
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nickrudzivalica, repeating doesn't get faster answers04:40
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Apostle^blindx: i'm getting one that supposedly works with ubuntu, should be here soon :-P04:41
DeMoNSeEDk lookin04:41
initardWarbo, all i know is it's neomagic 256 i'm running a laptop here04:41
Warboinitard: OK, you sure that IS a module? Is it anywhere in /lib/modules/*/kernel/drivers?04:41
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ExcaliBerApostle^,Can i change the screen resolution on kde kubuntu?04:41
Apostle^ExcaliBer: yes04:41
taskDeMoNSeED, i think the error is somthing like "can't find screen"04:41
ExcaliBerCool thank you04:41
varshow do i change my name in irc?04:41
initardWarbo, ok, looking for that in a star directory?04:41
ExcaliBerAnd what do i do after i finish installing it?04:41
Agamottovars:  /nick newname04:42
intelikey/nick newname04:42
DeMoNSeEDwhere's your paste at?04:42
=== nickrud wouldn't buy a monitor that doesn't come with a manual (but he's X'd by 'wouldn't buy a monitor')
Apostle^ExcaliBer: for kde questions join #kubuntu04:42
Warboinitard: The star is your kernel. If you have only 1 it should point to it. If you have lods than you should see modules for all of them04:42
ExcaliBeroh ok04:42
DeMoNSeEDsave me from lookin back04:42
taskhttp://pastebin.com/664270 ??04:42
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AgamottoYou lot are a bit hard to keep up with on a brailleboard04:42
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Apostle^Agamotto: you are blind ?04:43
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nickrudThis is fast here at times04:43
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Warboinitard: A (bad) way of looking for a file is "ls /lib/modules/*/kernel/drivers/nm256.ko" then ".../drivers/*/nm256.ko" and so on04:43
AgamottoApostle:  When I have my contacts out, I sit at ~ 20/50004:43
intelikeybrailleboard ?04:43
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Apostle^Agamotto: i see. that's not good :-(04:43
intelikeyman i'm on multiplayer notepad04:43
AgamottoI have IRC running through the brailleboard, and the web browser is on the monitor at 640x48004:43
Apostle^anyone here using blue tooth headset with ubuntu?04:43
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sophie^#rm -rf /04:44
Warbosopjie: Great04:44
AgamottoNot too bad, but the text is scrolling a bit fast for me to 'read' with my fingertips04:44
tritiumsophie^: don't do that, please04:44
WarboNobody folow that advice04:44
Apostle^Agamotto: this might be the busiest channel on irc :-P04:44
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AgamottoOne of them!04:44
tritiumsophie^: you'll be quieted for only 10 minutes04:44
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Apostle^what did he do?04:44
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mabussophie^: people here can't take a joke. :-P04:45
Warbomabus: People here can be curious about commands04:46
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nickrudtritium, I swear, I will find a proper acknowledgement, no kidding. Thanks :)04:46
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taskDeMoNSeED, hello?04:46
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ubotuwifi is, like, totally, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WiFiHowto04:46
PwcrLinuxHello all :)04:46
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intelikeyhmmm in ubuntu   rm -fr /  is harmless anyway  for the "default" install.   it would error out before doing anything.....04:46
tritiumnickrud: for what?04:46
mabusWarbo: If somebody knows what the # prefix means, they know not to rm rf /04:46
tidalwav1hi, again, room---I've determined that ubuntu-desktop is no longer installed on my Dapper system, and when I try to install it, I get a huge list of unmet dependencies....what's going on?04:46
intelikeymabus no.04:46
intelikeymabus many that come in here would not know what   rm  does.04:47
DeMoNSeEDtask as said before all you should really need to do is change the 28 -64 to 30-85 and the 43-60 to 50-160 save...overwrite and restart x....btw comment out GLcore and DRI04:47
mabusintelikey: If somebody even knows HOW to logon as root, they aren't going to run that.04:47
nickrudtritium, integrity? consistency? Courage in the face of ridicule? Humor?04:47
mabusintelikey: Of course, but they'd just type rm -rf / and it wouldn't work.04:47
Apostle^mabus: always best not to print cmds such as that04:47
tritiumnickrud: heh... :)04:47
tidalwav1anyone? this is a friend's computer and he's going to kill me.04:47
Agamottotidalwav1:  I would presume that you need to sudo apt-get install gnome04:47
Warbomabus: Is that why root has #? to make any copy/pasted command become commented :)04:48
tidalwav1aga: that doesn't work either04:48
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taskDeMoNSeED, i do that like 3 times04:48
tidalwav1can anyone shed any light on this stuff? :(04:48
jadaz87tidalwav1 it is: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop04:48
intelikeyWarbo it won't comment it.04:48
icemanok, now how to rebuild a linux distro ?04:48
initardWarbo, i have no nm256, i even did $ whereis nm256 and got nothing04:48
Warbotidalwav1: Have you tried just installing the nautilus, gnome-panel and things individually? You often don;t need a lot of the stuff04:48
tidalwav1jadaz: that package won't install.04:48
tidalwav1yes, I have tried that.04:48
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taskDeMoNSeED, but always had to go back to the backup04:48
tidalwav1everything complains about dependencies.04:48
Warbointellikey: Well you run "# echo "This Won't Appear" "04:49
mabusWarbo: Can't say I know why, but I don't think it works like that. :P04:49
tidalwav1I think I basically have to reinstall ubuntu now :(04:49
tidalwav1thanks anyway, guys04:49
welshbytetidalwav1: apt-get -f install might fix things04:49
Agamottotidalwav1:  It might be faster.  Is /home on another partition?04:49
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HesNikkei think i know what happened04:50
tidalwav1welsh: tried that, too.04:50
Warbotidalwav1: disable the Internet repositories and any dependencies HAVE to be on the CD04:50
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HesNikkeit looks like it installed grub on the GTP dsik of hd004:50
taskDeMoNSeED, noob question, comment = add "#" on the line?04:50
ExcaliBeryes im on kde right now04:50
tidalwav1warbo: it's dapper. it was upgraded from a Breezy installation.04:50
ExcaliBerits beutiful04:50
intelikeyWarbo   i know that.  i know how bash works.   but the prompt doesn't affect the command.   you can cp/paste into root shells.04:50
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HesNikkeerm HDA04:50
ExcaliBerits the best04:50
initardWarbo, i have no nm256, i even did $ whereis nm256 and got nothing04:50
HesNikkerather than the BIOS disk of SDA04:50
Warbotidalwav1: Oh. Like mine then.04:50
HesNikkeand now it's installing rather than finishing O_o04:50
HesNikkei don't like this installer04:50
tidalwav1warbo, yes, but you probably have xwindows working. :(04:50
Warboinitard: Then I guess that isn't right then. Have you tried doing "/etc/init.d/udev restart"?04:51
HesNikkesomeoen needs to do something with linux installers... make them as easy and pretty as oh i dunno, an OS X install04:51
DeMoNSeEDtask, you should register on here, then we could work on this for as long as it takes, it gets a lil hard to follow convos at points in here...so busy04:51
Warbotidalwav1: It's only a matter of time :)04:51
initardWarbo, what does that do?04:51
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Madpilotgreetings, Ubuntubers04:52
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Warboinitard: The /etc/init.d directory is where boot scripts are stored. udev manages hardware and restart tells it to restart04:52
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tritiumHesNikke: OS X installer only has to work on Apple hardware.  Linux installers have to work on numerous varieties of hardware...04:52
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Smerityexcuse me, I'm pretty new to Ubuntu, is this a bug of some kind? I don't believe flashplayer-mozilla is obsoleted - "Package flashplayer-mozilla is not available, but is referred to by another package."04:52
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HesNikkei said pretty/easy LIKE the apple installer :P04:52
initardwarbo no good04:52
OhzieI'm trying out xfce, and love it...but I'm having a problem with mounting.04:52
initardwarbo that didnt get it04:52
OhzieSpecifically, I'm having a problem in mounting a cd-rom04:53
Warboinitard: OK, go to /dev (in a terminal) and run sudo ./MAKEDEV04:53
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HesNikkenow i have an error loading operating system04:53
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HesNikkescrew this, i'm going back to gentoo04:53
tRSScan someone help me with setting permissions on a folder and its subfolders?!04:53
welshbyteSmerity: what did you do to get that message?04:53
WarboOhzie: Is it possible to add GNOME (or maybe KDE) volume-managerment to your startup to sort thjis out?04:53
skypashoot tRSS04:53
initardWarbo, now what?04:53
_jasontRSS: what are you trying to do?04:53
newbuntuwhats a good vnc client to use to connect to a remote desktop,  i have krdc  and krfb but neither seem to work to connect to my home computer04:53
AgamottoSmerity:  It is essentially telling you it has been replaced with another package.  Search Synaptic for 'flashplayer non-free'04:53
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intelikeygimp must be broken on my system.   it cant open in 125m of free ram without paging....04:53
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Smeritywelshbyte, sudo apt-get install flashplayer-mozilla04:53
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WarbotRSS: "chmod something folder -R"04:53
OhzieWarbo: I don't know. o_o?04:54
tRSSskypa: my permissions are all messed for some reason on my .wine folder in my home directory04:54
OhzieLet me check04:54
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WarboOhzie: I just wonder if they need a load of GNOME or KDE daemons running04:54
skypaas Warbo stated, just reset them recursevly to your needs04:54
OhzieWarbo: Do you know what the gnome volume manager process is called?04:54
tRSSand when I try to fix it, obviously through nautilus, the permissions are fixed for some folders but not all04:54
intelikeynewbuntu tightvnc04:54
initardWarbo, i did sudo ./MAKEDEV in /dev...still now sound04:54
OhzieHold on04:54
WarboOhzie: I think so (I used to think it was for my sound :))04:55
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OhzieHoooold on.04:55
OhzieI'll be right back04:55
initardWarbo, i did sudo ./MAKEDEV in /dev...still no sound04:55
hawk_wolfDId Excalibure leave?04:55
tRSSsome folders still have permissions set for root, although this wasn't the case yesterday. the permissions have messed all by themselves04:55
OhzieRestarting it04:55
blindxAny programs to take a program's button OFF the task list, and make an icon for it in the tray?04:55
zntneowhats the command to check what shell your using04:55
Warboinitard: Hmmm. Have you got a Device type application (in Applications > System Tools or System > Administration)?04:55
initardDevice Manager, Warbo04:56
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Warboinitard: also have a look through "lsmod | less" for anything that looks promising04:56
intelikeytRSS some folders where?04:56
skypazntneo, "export | grep -i shell"04:56
tRSSinside the .wine folder04:56
Warboinitard: Well I'm on Dapper so I don't know :)04:56
hawk_wolfI found the solution to my refresh rate problem and Rebooted and for the first time since I installed, I was able to see the password screen during bootup clearly04:56
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blindxAny programs to take a program's button OFF the task list, and make an icon for it in the tray?04:57
cowbudis there a program that makes it easy to backup home directories to DVDs?04:57
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Warboinitard: In mine there is a whole subtree of Sound Comtroller04:57
initardWarbo, theres some snd_blahblahs lines04:57
intelikeytRSS ah... well you can sudo chown -R trss:trss $HOME/.wine     but if there is anything "MOUNTED" there it may not stay owned on a remount.04:58
jeeaarcan someone tell me how come when i try to open a floppy disk, i get the error: given UDI is not a mountable volume?04:58
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tritiumsophie^: in case you didn't notice, you're no longer quieted04:58
newbuntunow i cant figure out how to open tightvnc04:58
Warbojeeaar: Is this in GNOME or in aterminal?04:58
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blindxnewbuntu, viewer or client?04:58
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cgeHow do I set up konqueror to use my home directory as the desktop? Symbolic links (Desktop -> /home/$USER) don't appear to work as they do in GNOME. (asking in here since no one in #kubuntu seems to know)04:58
sophie^tritium, my apology04:59
newbuntuthe viewer, im new to linux remote desktopping04:59
intelikeynewbuntu man tightvnc04:59
Warbojeeaar: Also, I had to insert the floppy module in my dad's system. Try (in a terminal) "sudo modprobe floppy" then trying04:59
newbuntuthanks intel04:59
initardWarbo, will upgrading to dapper reconfig my sound card?04:59
blindxnewbuntu: run "vncviewer"04:59
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intelikeytightvncserver - Virtual network computing server software04:59
tRSSintelikey: thanks... that worked like a charm. but I wonder, why or how the permissions got messed up in the first place. Nothing has changed since yesterday?04:59
newbuntuworked thanks a lot04:59
Warboinitard: I doubt it. If it was already configured it would, but I don't think it will go from nothing04:59
[tlv] fUzZy^Hi, can I install ubuntu on a 850mb HDD?05:00
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Agamottoinitard:  Do you have your /home on a different partition than /?05:00
cge[tlv] fUzZy^: I wouldn't recommend that you do that.05:00
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[tlv] fUzZy^but would it work?05:00
Warboinitard: Also I'm sure people will complain if I recommend an upgrade to Dapper05:00
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AgamottoWhoever asked that - yes, you can, but please split the drive into at least four partitions before doing so05:00
initardAgamotto, no, but i have a partition with another ubuntu on it and thats where all my music and junk, but not my  /home dir05:00
intelikeytRSS idk05:01
tRSSidk? :o?05:01
ubotuDo they come in packets of five. Try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/, tRSS05:01
OhzieWarbo: I totally don't think it's working05:01
OhzieBut I might be wrong.05:01
tRSSlol... idk = i don't know.. never mind, my bad! thanks again though05:01
Agamottoinitard:  I wish I knew more about the sound subsystem to be of help05:01
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initardARGHHHHHHH thanks anyhow05:02
overridercan anyone suggest a good gui ftp program?05:02
WarboOhzie: Sorry, that's my suggestion. Even in GNOME I never use the "computer" thing, because that usually doesn't work (says I have 3 CD Drives, no floppy, crazy USB disks all over the place. Errors when I try to mount anything)05:02
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jeeaarthe floppy doesnt appear to be working after i try sudo modprobe05:02
blindxanyone know what ports VNC uses by default?05:02
OhzieMaybe I'll try the KDE one.05:02
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blindxnevermind: found out. port 590005:03
Warboblindx: Firestarter will tell you (add a rule and it will show)05:03
Mr-packeti cam getting an error on login. " your session only lasted less than 10 seconds. "05:03
Agamottojear:  Out of stupidity... do you have a multi-card reader hooked up?05:03
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Mr-packeti have a " mkdtemp: private socket dir: Permission denied ": error as well05:03
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intelikeyoh kewl    Setting up linuxvnc (0.6-3) ...05:03
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WarboMr-packet: This is because you logged out straight away. This is usually an error (but occasionally get it from just logging out really quick) something in your startup is dodgy05:04
AgamottoMr-packet:  start by going into the failsafe terminal session05:04
AgamottoMr-packet: enter /home/yourusername05:04
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WarboAgamotto: Is there a Failsafe GNOME option or am I confused?05:05
Mr-packetagamoto: yup05:05
tritiumsophie^: no worries, buddy :)05:05
AgamottoMr-packet: rm /ICE.authority05:05
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AgamottoThis file gives me crap about twice a year05:05
cge[tlv] fUzZy^: Not sure if it would work - would you be using it as a desktop?05:05
[tlv] fUzZy^yeash05:05
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intelikeyAgamotto /ICE.authority   ???05:06
AgamottoWarbo:  No, I was referring to the failsafe terminal session at Ubuntu startup05:06
Mr-packetis that not .ICEauthority?05:06
Agamottoyes, I stand corrected05:06
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intelikeyand it's in $HOME  not /05:06
AgamottoI did state that you lot are going a bit fast for me :)05:06
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WarboAgamotto: I know that Failsafe GNOME usually doesn't work when GNOME doesn't, but I was wondering if it is in Ubuntu's GDM. I use a few distros05:06
icemananyone used old 2.4 kernel distros ... how to enable sound in a old distro ..05:06
newbuntuI cant find anywhere on the remote desktop software to type in a password, my destop has an IP address and a password05:06
AgamottoIf I recall, I did state /home/youruserid05:07
NalliiIf anyone feels like dealing with a complete Linux newbie, say aye.05:07
Mr-packeti've tryed removeing it..05:07
Mr-packetsame problem05:07
AgamottoNallII:  If you go slow, I may be able to help05:07
NalliiOtherwise I won't go about bothering anyone here.05:07
intelikeyiceman yes and new ones :)05:07
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Warboiceman: Generally the same as 2.6. I think ALAS is default in most later 2.4s05:07
NalliiAll right, lemme explain what my problem is.05:07
mlowepython is looking for os.path what package has this ?05:07
AgamottoMr-packet:  Darn... That solves all sorts of X problems for me about twice a year05:07
intelikeyiceman you modprobe the driver05:07
escobar5hello, can i get my ipod mounted automatically when plugged in?05:08
madewokherdmlowe: python05:08
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icemanintelikey how to ?05:08
DBONallii, I got Agamotto's back, lets do this thing =)05:08
intelikeyiceman what card ?05:08
AgamottoDBO:  Thanks05:08
AgamottoBrailleboards tend to lose a lot of the extra characters in some nics05:09
DBOAgamotto, you sounded unsure, Im gonna let you take lead here, good learning for you too if you are a bit unsure =)05:09
Agamottonicks, even05:09
intelikeyiceman which cs ?05:09
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AgamottoNaalli:  GA05:09
NalliiWindows recovery messed up somehow in the process of moving all my saved files and messed up my windows folder. I want to Install Captive with the Live CD so I can move back what happened.05:09
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icemanwould have to rip my case open like 2781 ..05:09
Mystery47why ubuntu have old version about DosBox...?05:10
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NalliiBut the install file that came with Captive inside the tar.gx does not work, and I cannot access root to manually copy the files there.05:10
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DBONallii, sadly, captive does not work with ubuntu... you may be better of using BartPE05:10
AgamottoNallii:  You used the recovery mode of a Win cd to restore/fix your system and it did what to it?05:10
intelikeyiceman it's something like     modprobe snd-cs2781    then   bash_completion can help you find it.05:10
Mystery47how can i make deb-package from tar.gz....05:10
NalliiOh, It moved vital system files so I cannot boot up normally anymopre.05:10
escobar5can i get my ipod mounted automatically when plugged in ?05:10
tritiumMystery47: checkinstall05:10
AgamottoNallii:  ouch05:11
jmoncayodoes somebody know where can i get the stealing the network how to own a continent book?05:11
NalliiI would just wipe it and install linux on it, but it's not my computer.05:11
jeeaarhey, sorry. my compy crashed. I am having trouble with my linux machine.. its giving me "given UDI is not a mountable volume", when i try to open up a floppy05:11
AgamottoToo far out of my league, I am afraid... I haven't done much with Windows in two years now05:11
Mystery47is that some command?05:11
NalliiWhat I want to do is make it so I can read and write NTFS... you said "BartPE" does it right?05:11
intelikeyiceman  or ls /lib/modules/`uname -r`/kernel/sound/05:11
DBONallii, http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/05:11
Agamottojeeaar:  Do you have a card reader attached?05:11
jeeaaras im new to linux, i have no idea how to solve this05:11
jeeaarcard reader?05:12
AgamottoCard readers sometimes come up as floppy drives, confusing things05:12
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Mystery47and some guestion about fakeroot make-dpkg....05:12
jmoncayohow can i mount a sd card?05:12
Mystery47yes fakeroot fakes root....but where i get that make-dpkg thing?05:12
jeeaarim not aware of a card reader...05:13
jeeaarbut then again, i dont really know what a cars reader is05:13
SmerityAgamotto, thanks mate =) Will do05:13
mlowemadewokherd, thank you ;) !05:13
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intelikeynot to be confused with a cars driver of course05:13
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Agamottojeeaar:  Hrm... I know there is a gui tool that shows what devices are connected currently...05:14
NalliiThanks Agamotto, DBO.05:14
NalliiI'll give it a try.05:14
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PwcrLinuxahh, Im back05:14
jmoncayojeeaar, its something were you insert sd, memory stick, and those kind of cards for reading05:14
DBONallii, its your best shot =)05:14
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NalliiWell...hopefully. ;)05:14
cfh_devMy networking seems to have gone screwy with a Dapper update some time back.  Is it possible to update via apt-get using a live CD?05:14
NalliiAlso as for installing Ubuntu on MY computer, I can set up the partitions so I can have both Ubuntu and Windows on my machine, yes?05:15
escobar5ok, i guess nobody knows, thanks !05:15
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DBONallii, yep, you sure can05:15
jeeaaris there a terminal command that allows me to open the floppy drive?05:15
NalliiYes, escobar5.05:15
cge[tlv] fUzZy^: You might want to look at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Installation/LowMemorySystems05:15
intelikeycfh_dev yeah.... with chroot  or pivot_root   either one.05:15
Agamottojeeaar:  mnt /floppy05:15
DBONallii, make sure you install windows first, and partition the drives ahead of time for easy use (partition, not format)05:15
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nickrudcfh_dev, you could chroot to your dapper install for the apt-get install --download-only05:16
NalliiAll right, In that case I'll move all my vital files to my other HDD and just start clean.05:16
cfh_devintelikey or nickrud, can you give me an example of what to do?05:16
NalliiNeed to format anyway with my corprate edition. :P05:16
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cfh_devI'm not familiar with using chroot05:16
DBOescobar5, is it showing up as a regular hard drive?05:17
nickrudcfh_dev, it truly depends on your circumstances, just what exactly is borked?05:17
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DBOnuts... too late05:17
jmoncayohow can i mount a secure digital memory(card) ??05:17
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jeeaar"mount: cant find /floppy in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab"05:17
NalliiI told him he could, I've got mine plugged in heh05:17
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cfh_devnickrud, whenever I get a connection to the router, it won't traverse the router.  It won't even ping the other side of the router.05:17
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intelikeycfh_dev   sudo chroot /<mounted/hdd> apt-get <args>         replase within <>05:17
cfh_devnickrud, but everything works fine using a live cd05:17
cfh_devintelikey, thanks, I'll give it a try05:18
blindxhow come ubuntu won't run my monitor at 1280x1024? (please don't fixres me, I know that information. whenever i do a dpkg-reconfigure ... when i reboot, gdm doesn't load and i have to do it again, to "fix" it.)05:18
jmoncayodoes somebody have an emachines m6809 or any m68**05:18
nickrudcfh_dev, ah, that's not a dapper install issue, that's a networking issue. Unfortunately, I am no networking guru.05:18
PwcrLinuxwho's talking about the card reader?05:19
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cfh_devnickrud, I'm figuring it to be a driver issue and hoping an update will cure things since an update broke things05:19
DBOblindx, /etc/X11/xorg.conf -> pastebin05:19
jmoncayoPwcrLinux, me05:19
blindxk gimme one second.05:19
intelikeyjeeaar normal floppy drive is /dev/fd0    try   sudo mount /dev/fd0 /floppy        or /dev/.static*/fd0 if needed.05:20
nickrudcfh_dev, I agree with intelikey's general approach05:20
PwcrLinuxjmoncayo: Okay what's wrong with your card reader, does your desktop show icon after you plugged a card into reader?05:20
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cfh_devCan I use apt-get update and apt-get dist-upgrade per usual or should I do --download-only with the commands?05:20
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intelikeydl only05:21
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jmoncayoPwcrLinux, well i have a laptop that comes with card reader, i am using fluxbox and it doesnt have any icons, do you know how to mount a sd card manually?05:21
cfh_devfor both commands or just dist-upgrade ?05:21
DBOintelikey, cant he use chroot to install the debs or am I being stupid?05:21
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PwcrLinuxjmoncayo: Oh, lowmemory system right?05:21
schtinkyI'm new to ubuntu and I need the zvbi package, but I need 0.2.17 and all synaptic shows is 0.2.16-1... can I get the newer version somehow?05:21
jmoncayoPwcrLinux, yea05:22
intelikeyDBO he can but it's safer to run that on the running system isn't it ?05:22
jmoncayoPwcrLinux, do you have any ideas?05:22
cfh_devschtinky, have you checked in universe or multiverse?05:22
blindxDBO, http://pastebin.com/664329 -- but keep in mind, that's after re-running dpkg-reconfigure outside of the gdm because gdm wouldn't load..05:22
DBOintelikey, I was under the impression he was unable to boot it for some reason, my mistake05:22
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PwcrLinuxjmoncayo: build-in or a USB card reader?05:22
schtinkycfh_dev, I'm so new to ubuntu, I'm not sure what those terms mean05:22
DBOblindx, I found your problem05:22
jmoncayoPwcrLinux, build-in05:22
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intelikeyit "might" grab a kernel version or something that would be in error from the live....05:23
cfh_devschtinky, ahh.  Are you familiar with adding sources to apt-get (sources.list) ?05:23
blindxDBO: shoot.05:23
Madpilot!tell schtinky about universe05:23
intelikeyoh DBO no it's a network issue.  no problem booting05:23
PwcrLinuxjmoncayo: Okay, do  dmesg  if you see the card reader on the list or not..05:23
m5mPoseidon UML Community Edition is saying it's expired and I thought it was free!  Bah... Anyone know of a good free UML modeler ?05:23
schtinkycfh_dev, my synaptic package manager says I have breezy official, restricted, universe and multiverse05:23
jmoncayoPwcrLinux, let me see05:23
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DBOblindx, http://pastebin.com/66433005:23
schtinkycfh_dev, it also says under updates that I have universe, but not multiverse05:24
DBOI made changes05:24
cfh_devschtinky, try adding multiverse.05:24
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DBOintelikey, I agree, I thought we had hit a last resort situation05:24
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schtinkycfh_dev, are "updates" development packages?05:24
cfh_devschtinky, you could probably try checking packages.ubuntu.com before doing that to make sure the page version is available.05:24
intelikeyschtinky no05:24
blindxDBO: how do I reload my xorg without rebooting?05:25
jeeaarhow can i open a .url file as it would appear in the windows environment?05:25
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intelikeylooks like he pressed that....05:25
DBOI probably should have told him that would happen05:25
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dtsI am looking to build a small closed box that can be completly configured over the network05:26
schtinkycfh_dev, packages.ubuntu.org says 0.2.17-5 is available for dapper05:26
dtsIs there any good tools i  should be looking at?05:26
schtinkycfh_dev, will it mess me up royally to install that package?05:26
intelikeyjeeaar cat file.url05:26
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schtinkycfh_dev, and HOW do I install that package05:26
DBOwelcome back05:26
nickrudone should always recommend logout before clt-alt backspace :)05:26
blindxDBO: I'm in 1280x1024 now, great..05:26
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Dr_Willisdts,  webmin is nice.  - if you are carefull and lock it down good.05:26
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intelikeyjeeaar that would let you view and access the actual url05:26
blindxthe refresh rate is so low I'm going to have a seizure.05:26
DBOnickrud, yeah, but that requires... thinkering...05:27
cfh_devschtinky, you will have to update other things around it as needed but apt-get will handle that.  I'm not sure you want to get into cross release updates.05:27
jeeaarwhat do you mean cat file it?05:27
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schtinkycfh_dev, I'm probably better off just downloading and compiling the source, right?05:27
DBOblindx, are you sure your monitor supports a higher refresh rate?05:27
blindxIt used it on windows?05:27
dtsDr_Willis, i was thinking that but could you set it up so that a system could use it on its first boot05:27
nickrudDBO, fingering is always easier than thinkering, I know :)05:27
cfh_devAnyone with suggestions on grabbing a package from dapper while running breezy for schtinky?05:27
mlowewhat text to speech packages ?05:27
dtsDr_Willis, so that whoever sets the computer up never actually has to connect a monitor and keyboard05:27
tritiummlowe: festival05:27
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blindxahhh, sunglasses. much better.05:28
jmoncayoPwcrLinux, http://pastebin.com/664332 dont know which one is05:28
cfh_devschtinky, if you're comfortable with resolving dependencies and compiling, it won't hurt anything and you'll have the version you want without tinkering apt05:28
intelikeyblindx before you freek   you can  [ctrl] +[alt] +[+]    hehhe but that's only an emergency fix.05:28
jeeaarintelikey: what do you mean by cat file.url?05:28
PwcrLinuxjmoncayo: okay I'm looking at now05:28
DarkadianI installed ubuntu and it didn't detect my sound card. (sound blaster compliant pci005:28
DBOblindx, okies, lemme look05:28
schtinkyugh, this is frustrating... I can't get FC5 to install on my AMD 64 X2, but breezy doesn't have the package I need05:28
Dr_Willisdts,  i have a file server in the basement that way.  I can ssh in, and use vnc, and webmin as needed.05:28
intelikeyjeeaar in a terminal   type  that05:28
schtinkyFC5 has zvbi version 0.2.1905:28
Dr_Willisdts,  but for the first boot.. its a little hard to do. :P05:29
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DBOblindx, are you able to change the refresh rate in System -> Preferences -> resolution05:29
jmoncayoPwcrLinux, oki man got it. it was /dev/sdb105:29
jmoncayoPwcrLinux, thanks05:29
blindxno, the only option it gives me is 43, DBO05:29
DBOoh heh...05:29
blindxwhen it was 1024x768, the only option i got was 60.05:30
gammai'm having issues with network-manager... for some reason nm isn't dhcping my wireless connections.. any idea how to fix this?05:30
blindxso i don't know wtf..05:30
nickrudI've forgotten, what's the easiest way to get a package from debian unstable, then compiling it for ubuntu?05:30
Agamottoblindx:  lcd panel?05:30
blindxno, crt05:30
intelikeyblindx put the correct rates in the xorg.conf05:30
blindxintelikey, if 43 isn't there, gdm doesn't load.05:30
AgamottoThat would be the easiest correction05:30
intelikeyblindx 43 what ?05:31
schtinkywhat does this mean? checking for C compiler default output file name... configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables05:31
blindx43hz refresh rate05:31
DBOblindx, I know where the problem is, erm, I just suck at the math05:31
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schtinkygot it when trying to ./configure the zvbi sources05:31
intelikeyblindx that's not what i'm talking about.05:31
blindxschtinky, sudo apt-get install build-essential05:31
DBOblindx, what refresh rate does it normally run?05:31
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nickrudschtinky, you need to do sudo apt-get install build-essential05:31
blindxDBO: 6005:31
schtinkywhat's it giving me?05:32
DBOblindx, on your monitor there should be printed (probably somewhere on the back) the horizontal and vertical sync (they will be ranges givin in hertz)05:32
PwcrLinuxjmoncayo: yes, it's sdb1 a multi card reader..05:32
AgamottoIf memory serves, X pretty much craps out if it can't find a refresh rate above 30-35 Hz05:32
intelikeyblindx is's your   HorizSync    VertRefresh    i'm talking about05:32
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stevioI seem to have deleted the panel that program windows are minimized to. I've made a new panel but windows will not minimize to it, anybody tell me how to do this?05:32
nickrudschtinky, gcc, make, dpkg-dev, a couple of other things05:32
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AgamottoAhem, that info is usually in the manual as well05:32
blindxSomewhere on the back, eh? so right next to the wall?... lemme go look..05:32
nickrudschtinky, apt-cache show depends build-essential tells you exactly what it installs05:33
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DBOintelikey, #05:33
DBO        HorizSync       28-48 VertRefresh     43-7205:33
Doomhammerwhat's a command-line app that can send email to say ... a gmail account05:33
DBOthats for blindx05:33
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jmoncayoPwcrLinux, yea thanks a lot05:33
DBOwho will be blind shortly with that refresh rate05:33
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schtinkydoomhammber, sendmail05:33
duncanmwhat do i do to make it not try to start X on startup?05:33
PwcrLinuxjmoncayo: does it's mounting works by the command?05:33
schtinkydoomhammer, sendmail05:33
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Doomhammerschtinky: ah thanks :P05:33
AgamottoDBO:  Nah, his jitter rate will just match that of some old flourescent lights05:33
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mmmiiikkkeeein tryinto install a  tarball i get the following ::> ./Configure05:34
mmmiiikkkeeebash: ./Configure: /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory05:34
blindxsays 60-50Hz05:34
nickrudDoomhammer, you'll needto install an app that provides sendmail :)05:34
intelikeyDBO that's not that bad of a range.  but he needs the correct range for his monitor.05:34
mmmiiikkkeeedoes i in ot install bash??05:34
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nickrudmmmiiikkkeee, what?05:34
DBOblindx, for vert or horizontal?05:34
intelikeyblindx no that's input ac   nothing to do with what you want.05:34
Doomhammernickrud: i can't just send an email with sendmail in a shell script ?05:34
blindxoh, jeez.05:34
mmmiiikkkeeei get the message: ./Configure05:34
mmmiiikkkeeebash: ./Configure: /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory05:34
DBOah yeah... that is isnt it05:34
mmmiiikkkeeewhen i try to install a tarball05:35
Henry_Beanhi, somebody has problems to synchronize a palm in a dapper up-to-date?05:35
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nickrudDoomhammer, try     which sendmail          in a terminal, make sure it exists05:35
mmmiiikkkeeedoes that meani need to install bash??05:35
mmmiiikkkeeei dont understand05:35
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_jasonmmmiiikkkeee: it means the file was saved on a mac05:35
blindxmy monitor doesn't say it, then :\\05:35
Doomhammernickrud: yeah /usr/sbin/sendmail ?05:35
jmoncayoPwcrLinux, yea it work mount /dev/sdb1 /mnt05:35
_jasonmmmiiikkkeee: run dos2unix on the files05:35
tdillmanHowdy all05:36
nickrudDoomhammer, then you're good to go05:36
Doomhammernickrud: okay then05:36
intelikeydos markup     hehhe05:36
PwcrLinuxjmoncayo: okay great :) when you done with a card, then unmount and remove a card, help to avoid Dead I/O detecting...05:36
intelikeyDoomhammer also if you plan to build you need b-e05:36
ubotusomebody said b-e was no make ?  you need build-essential or if you get errors saying gcc cannot create executables, or that you can't find header files like stdio.h, you need to do a    sudo aptitude install build-essential.05:36
jmoncayoPwcrLinux, oki thanks again05:37
OhzieI can mount an ftp server, right?05:37
tdillmananyone wanna help me set up a girlfriend-friendly tv-out on a Geforce FX Go5700 ?05:37
Doomhammerintelikey: nah, i just want to send an e-mail in a shell script05:37
PwcrLinuxjmoncayo: ur welcome05:37
OhzieLike, that works? There's no real problem with it?05:37
blindxDBO: I don't see a refresh rate on the back of my monitor...05:37
burepePlease help me fix this http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=16139105:37
DBOblindx, ok, please hold... and try not to have a seizure05:37
DBOblindx, what monitor?05:37
blindxDBO: wearing sunglasses. helps.05:37
nickrudblindx, there's gotta be some info on that label you can google, to get your refresh rates05:38
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OhzieDBO: You can set it to 60Hz relatively safely.05:38
OhzieNo matter what monitor it is, that should just work.05:38
mmmiiikkkeeewhere do i get dos2unix ??? i did whereis dos2unix and it showed no results05:38
intelikeyblindx then goto http://monitorworld.com  and search for your monitor05:38
OhzieIt might look like crap05:38
_jasonmmmiiikkkeee: install the sysutils pacakge05:38
DBOOhzie, better than 43 =P05:38
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blindxit's a gateway 2000 brand..05:39
_jasonmmmiiikkkeee: what are you trying to compile by the way?05:39
blindxbut i don't know the model..05:39
fogosi someone knows how configure a hotkey to show the destop??05:39
intelikeyOhzie hehhe this one wont work at 6005:39
_jasonfogos: system > prefs > keyboard shortcuts05:39
Ohzielol ohdear. :(05:39
Agamotto60Hz on most monitors should be ok, unless it is an older one designed for Amigas05:39
mmmiiikkkeeeit the native linux driver for my usb wirelesscard05:39
overriderafter installing the nvidia driver, for some reason i cannot select my resolution of 1680x1050 anymore, even after it is specified in xorg.conf. any suggestions?05:40
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fogos<_jason>, there are a "shoe desktop " option?05:40
intelikeyor an old svga05:40
mmmiiikkkeeei know there is also the ndiswrapper bt i thoughi try this one first..05:40
_jasonfogos: ``minimize all windows on active desktop'' or something similar05:40
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fogos<_jason>, ok thanks05:42
mmmiiikkkeeei searched in the synaptic manager for dos2unix but it was not found05:42
icemananything i should be aware of to update a 2.4 kernel ... ?05:42
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intelikey!info dos2unix05:43
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_jasonmmmiiikkkeee: sysutils is the package name05:43
icemananyway to update a old linux distro to a ubuntu based install ?05:44
tritiummmmiiikkkeee: apt-cache search dos2unix would have revealed what _jason just told you05:44
Madpiloticeman, it might be easier to just re-install from an Ubuntu CD05:44
Agamottoiceman:  More trouble than it would be worth, just do a clean install05:44
mmmiiikkkeeethanks :)05:45
intelikeymmmiiikkkeee it's in sysutils05:45
mmmiiikkkeeedo i run it on the configue file or all the files?05:46
_jasonmmmiiikkkeee: might as well do all...05:46
intelikeyiceman apt-cache search dos2unix   drew a blank here.05:46
intelikeyiceman  did you test it ?05:46
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tdillmananybody proficient with nvtv?05:47
intelikeyyeah s/iceman/tritium/  ^05:48
mmmiiikkkeeedos2unix: File read/write error while converting RT25USB-SRC-V2.
tritiumintelikey: sure did05:48
mmmiiikkkeeeand i did: sudo dos2unix RT25USB-SRC-V2.0.7.005:48
_jasonmmmiiikkkeee: only the text files05:48
intelikeytritium have they rewriten apt-cache ?05:48
tritiumintelikey: perhaps a difference between breezy/dapper?05:48
_jasonmmmiiikkkeee: maybe you should download this from somewhere else?05:48
intelikeyyeah that's what i'm wondering.05:49
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mmmiiikkkeeei dnt knwo any other location05:49
intelikeyi used  "grep -HiRae'dos2unix' /var/lib/dpkg/info"   to find it tho.05:50
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blindxintelikey, I couldn't find out what model monitor I'm using, but it's a gateway 2000 brand. Checking all the monitors under gateway 2k brand, the lowest in the range was 47hz, and the highest was 150.. so why am I running at 43hz? :\05:50
mmmiiikkkeeesudo dos2unix ./Configure05:52
mmmiiikkkeeedos2unix: No write permission for ./Configure.05:52
mmmiiikkkeeehow can sudo not have write prmisions??05:52
Dr_Willisis that spelt right?05:53
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intelikeyblindx you need to get the HorizSync and VertRefresh correct,05:53
intelikeyblindx try the gateway 2k that is nearest yours....05:54
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intelikeymmmiiikkkeee no ./ needed05:54
welshbytemmmiiikkkeee: i think ./Configure is a binary file05:55
intelikeybut that doesn't answer your quarry does it....05:55
AgamottoIf memory serves, most Gateway 2000 series monitors were made by CTX05:55
AgamottoI don't know if that helps or not05:55
intelikeyblindx see Agamotto ^05:56
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cyberboyaint gkrelll in the update programs05:56
MarineboyTo tell you the truth, in the mid 80's there was *nothing* more dependable than microsoft. I like to climb onto the bandwagon now and then, but there's noone in the world that provides more usablity to the world than microsoft05:56
cyberboylike on the cd05:56
cyberboyjust got down the dvd version05:56
Marineboynickrud To tell you the truth, in the mid 80's there was *nothing* more dependable than microsoft. I like to climb onto the bandwagon now and then, but there's noone in the world that provides more usablity to the world than microsoft05:56
Marineboysorry thats what he said.05:56
Marineboywhat you guys think about it?05:56
ubotuNon Ubuntu support related discussions may be carried out in the channel #ubuntu-offtopic. Editor/Language wars are welcome there!05:57
Marineboyoh sorry05:57
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cyberboyim calling my pimp. just for the hell of it05:57
intelikeyMarineboy there is no software company more insufferable to a GNU-zealot than M$05:58
blindxok, it's a crystal scan!05:58
Dr_WillisIve gotten quite irked at 'Nortons" lately.05:58
blindxthere's only 5 of those..05:59
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Madpilotfolks, #ubuntu-offtopic exists - even M$ can be discussed there... ;P05:59
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Agamottoahhh, it was of some help then05:59
intelikeyMadpilot i've already descusseded with it.  :)06:00
blindxI called linksys for help with my router because it wasn't working properly..06:00
blindxthe guy was like "are you running windows XP?"06:00
blindx"uh.. nope, actually I'm running--" he cuts me off with "Mac OSX?"06:00
blindx"no. I'm running ubuntu" "um.. what is that?"06:01
Marineboysame with my isp a little while ago.06:01
chavoyou're not runnin' that loonix are ya?06:01
noiesmolet us guess no support06:01
firesyou're supposed to just say windows and then translate whatever he says06:01
blindx"look: what do you want me to do, I'll do it." "um. click start"06:01
intelikeyfires learning curve ?06:02
tritiumplease stay on topic...06:02
blindxwhich topic, tritium?06:02
tritiumthat would be ubuntu, blindx06:02
nickrudhelp with ubuntu, blindx not my ramblings :)06:02
blindxI'm talking about ubuntu :P06:02
mmmiiikkkeee sudo dos2unix Configure06:02
firesintelikey, eh?06:02
mmmiiikkkeeedos2unix: No write permission for Configure.06:02
mmmiiikkkeeeis that not the right command??06:03
mmmiiikkkeeewhat did i do wrong?06:03
intelikeymmmiiikkkeee Configure  exists ?06:03
intelikeynot  configure ?06:03
mmmiiikkkeeeit was tabcompleated06:03
mmmiiikkkeeeand i see the file06:03
mmmiiikkkeeeno its a capital C06:03
tritium!tell mmmiiikkkeee about enter06:04
intelikeyyeah windows files  caps first letter....06:04
intelikeymmmiiikkkeee maybe chatter Configure06:04
intelikeyor first ls atter06:04
intelikeyor first lsatter06:04
mmmiiikkkeeewhat is chatter configure???06:05
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intelikeyno e in that me thinks.06:05
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intelikeymmmiiikkkeee lsattr Configure06:06
intelikeytype               ^06:06
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sagarphow can i change the main menu icon in gnome??06:07
mmmiiikkkeeeit said ::>  lsattr Configure06:07
mmmiiikkkeee----------------- Configure   ::> does tah mean it worked?06:07
mmmiiikkkeeenow i do make?06:07
intelikeyok then sudo chmod 644 Configure06:07
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monkey_stupid question: How can I change the size of my icons?06:08
intelikeyand try the dos2unix again.06:08
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nickrudmonkey_, right click them (on the desktop) and select stretch icon06:08
mmmiiikkkeeei get ::> No write permission for Configure. again06:08
obscuritemonkey - in a panel, or on your desktop?06:08
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schtinkyhow can I tell if a remote server has multiple hard drives?06:09
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nickrudschtinky, only if you have access to the remote server06:09
intelikeyit's not set immutable,  and you run that as root..... hmmmmm    it using stdout or what there......    maybe  "sudo -i "   then just plain "dos2unix Configure "06:10
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mindtzartell mindtzar about ntfs06:11
_jasonmindtzar: /msg ubotu ntfs06:11
intelikey!tell mindtzar about ntfs06:11
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NalliiDBO, I used that link you gave me and it works to an extent. Is there a way I could get DVD burning capabilites with it?06:12
intelikeymmmiiikkkeee that work ?06:12
Marineboyintel: nickrud suggests I make 4 partitions, swap, root, home, and a safe,working default, tested install partition I know when I go to install ubuntu its going to ask how I want to partition my Hard Drive, theres going to be like 4 choices, do you know which one it is that I choose to put in the 4 different partitions?06:12
mmmiiikkkeeeone sec06:12
DBONallii, why yes there is...06:13
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DBONallii, how... I do not know06:13
intelikeyMarineboy manually partition06:13
MarineboyThanks intel!06:13
AgamottoMy hands are falling asleep06:13
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NalliiI'll work on it tomorrow.06:13
NalliiAgamotto, hot scalding water cures that.06:14
NalliiTrue story.06:14
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intelikeyyou drink it ?06:14
boydubaiguys, can anybody help me setting up a VPN connection? i'm going to connect to our europe office. thanks06:14
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Jasonhello hello :)06:15
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MarineboyHello Jasey!06:15
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Jaseyid like some help, if poss06:15
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mmmiiikkkeeedos2unix ./Configure that worked...06:16
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mabusnickrud: Canada... worth a shot.06:16
intelikeymmmiiikkkeee ok remember you are in a root shell there until you    'exit'   so be careful06:16
MarineboyJasey: here you pretty much state your problem then someone will help you!06:16
digitalhav0cdoes anyone know how i can install a minimal install of ubuntu06:16
Jaseyoh alrighty :)06:16
nickrudmabus, damn, though you lived in my country, california06:16
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DaskiesI have java web start instlled, but I see no icon for it. How can I launch it?06:17
Jaseyso im going to run a CD in breezy badger, its all mounted and stuff, but it says Error: Given UDI not a mountable volume ... (im a linux n00b btw :P)06:17
mabusnickrud: Nah, I like living in a country people don't hate. It's soothing.06:17
nickruddigitalhav0c, when you boot the install disk, select server for your install (see F2 - F5 for more info on options)06:17
mmmiiikkkeeedo i need to exit the root shell to run the configure?06:17
digitalhav0cthanks nickrud06:17
digitalhav0cim in a mepis install right now06:18
intelikeymmmiiikkkeee that also tells me that dos2unix uses stdout in it's writing process  with  >   thus it doesn't have root permission even though it's called with sudo.... like   sudo echo blah > /test06:18
nickruddigitalhav0c, look deeper, I'm just giving general info here06:18
digitalhav0cand .. just too much stuff installed for me06:18
Dr_Willisheh - i tried Mepis.. for a very short time..06:18
digitalhav0cDr_Willis, great distro for a newb06:18
burepexawtv says "stick you settings in the config file ($HOME/.xawtv)" but what exactly do I put in it?06:18
Dr_Willisdigitalhav0c,  I would reccomend Ubuntu over Mepis for a newb. :P06:18
nickrudyeah, no kde06:19
nickrudlol, hides06:19
digitalhav0cMepis got about every app u would need for day to day work06:19
intelikeygentoo for nubs06:19
Dr_WillisYes - the mepis forum and wikis are subpar.. and really it had nothing that outstanding abou tit.06:19
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Dr_WillisThe Live cd/installer was its biggest feature :P i thought06:19
digitalhav0cpretty easy install also06:20
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ubotuPlease don't use the "enter" key as punctuation! It spams the channel and is annoying.06:20
Dr_Willisand I hear the Next Mepis will be based on ubuntu. So that is a credit to Ubuntu favor.06:20
digitalhav0cmaybe about two choices it does the rest you reboot and working install06:20
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digitalhav0ceverything works also06:20
fmonroehello, i have a newbie question is this the right place?06:20
Madpilotfmonroe, it is06:20
Dr_WillisIm wondering if the Ubuntu live cd installer will be based on the Mepis Live cd installer.06:20
jake__Newbie Question: New to Ubuntu, Everything works except audio. - Error message: "No Volume contol elements and/or devices found" When I dbl click on Volume Control. --Rockwell Sound Card. I've spent hours searching for this before. Does anyone have any sugestions?06:20
nickrudI'm almost scared that everyones basing off ubuntu06:20
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mmmiiikkkeeewhen i do::>./Configure i get...  -bash: ./Configure: Permission denied06:21
fmonroei screwed up and did an "expert" install and now i have root instead of the usual "sudo" setup. my sudo doesn't do anything, i'd like to use sudo like a normal install06:21
fmonroei hope that makes sense06:21
mmmiiikkkeeei am loged in as root06:21
Madpilotjake__, have you seen https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingSoundProblems06:21
intelikeyDr_Willis Madpilot nickrud just a note ffr   dos2unix uses stdout >    thus sudo wont work with it.06:21
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Dr_WillisIVe seen other issues with similer programs. :P06:21
digitalhav0cfmonroe, if you do expert you get root yay!! lol i cant stand the sudo for everything deal06:22
nickrudintelikey, ok06:22
jake__No I havent Yet. I'll check it out. Thanks06:22
Dr_Willisive never tried to use sudo with dos2unux :P06:22
eggzeckmmmiiikkkeee, check config file permissions06:22
Madpilotfmonroe, might want to just re-install06:22
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intelikeymmmiiikkkeee not executable.  "chmod 777 Configure && exit "06:22
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mmmiiikkkeeeyea i just noticed it does not have execute pirmission06:22
Madpilot!tell fmonroe about expert06:22
spikeboh that reminds me06:22
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Madpilotfmonroe, or try the recovery steps ubotu just sent you06:22
fmonroemad: really that's the only solution? i just got everything else working including my quad video setup06:23
spikebsomebody tell me about frostwire06:23
Madpilotfmonroe, see the pm the bot just sent you06:23
mmmiiikkkeeethank you!! its running06:23
Madpilot!tell spikeb about frostwire06:23
JaseyQuestion : Why does the CD thing in Breezy Badger always complain "Given UDI not a valid mountable volume."???06:23
whyamiany tips on concatenating 2 mpeg videos in ubuntu? I've tried mpeg3cat and mpgjoin...06:23
Madpilotspikeb, just for future ref: you can /msg ubotu06:24
intelikeymmmiiikkkeee isn't M$ markup wonderful in a tarball   :)06:24
flyingfoxhi, dapper scheduled to be released on june 1?06:24
spikebMadpilot, i JUST read that in the faq, heh06:24
spikebMadpilot, sorry :)06:24
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nickrudflyingfox, yes06:24
Madpilotspikeb, np. start with /msg ubotu list06:24
flyingfoxok thks06:24
spikebnow i'll go quiet for a couple hours06:24
noiesmowhyami, think you can do cat movie1.mpg >>movie.mpg06:24
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mmmiiikkkeeelol yea... ok now whenit runs i get:: Linux source tree '/usr/src/linux-2.6.12-10-686-smp' is incomplete or missing!... how do i get the source for the kernal?06:25
intelikeymmmiiikkkeee i still say if you are running a configure you probable need  b-e  if it isn't installed.06:25
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whyaminoiesmo: aren't there headers that need to be processed?06:25
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ubotuI guess b-e is no make ?  you need build-essential or if you get errors saying gcc cannot create executables, or that you can't find header files like stdio.h, you need to do a    sudo aptitude install build-essential.06:25
Intangirdoes anyone here program for linux? where should i go to learn how to debugg an application06:25
mmmiiikkkeeewhat is b-e ?06:25
intelikeymmmiiikkkeee ^06:25
eggzeckmmmiiikkkeee, read what ubotu said06:26
slavikb-e = build-essential06:26
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Dr_WillisIntangir,  depends on what language for a start06:26
slavikDDD is nice06:26
Intangirim using C++06:26
intelikeyyeah language and interface06:26
Intangirim using this anjuta IDE and it doesnt work06:27
Intangirfor debugging, i set breaking points, i load the debugger, i run it06:27
jack-ktrace is your friend06:27
Intangirit goes right past them06:27
michael117I have a nfs disk on a remote computer on the network set to automatically mount on boot in my fstab, but occasionally my ethernet cable is disconnected and my computer doesn't seem to be very forgiving of this. How can I make it adapt to a disconnected ethernet cable instead of freezing everything up?06:27
noiesmowhyami, are the to mpegs in series you can do cat movie.mpg > movietest.mpg and then do cat movie1.mpg >> movietest.mpg then you wont break originals06:27
slavikIntangir: anjuta 2.0 has a built in debugger06:27
Dr_Willismichael117,  welcome to the joys of networked file systems. :( lol.06:27
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Intangirdoes it work?06:27
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Intangiranjuya 1.. whatever im using supposedly has one too, but its not working06:28
Intangiranjuta rather..06:28
michael117Dr_Willis: Any solutions or possible alternatives?06:28
slavikanjuata 2.0 should not be used06:28
intelikeymichael117 hack the networks init script06:28
slavikit is still in devel06:28
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Dr_Willismichael117,  i seem to recall theres being a few thousand discussions on this in different forums/mailing lists. :P last i looked  - but that was a few yr back.06:29
Marineboyroot@ubuntu:~# md5sum /dev/hdc06:29
Marineboymd5sum: /dev/hdc: Input/output error06:29
noiesmowhyami, i just tried the cat commands as above and worked the 2 mpegs were part of a series download from web06:29
whyaminoiesmo: this is for a DVD. When I combine the mpgs, they play fine on vlc but my home DVD player coughs when it gets to where the 2nd mpeg starts.06:29
jmoncayocould somebody tell which one of these is better xpdf or kpdf?06:29
Dr_Williscould just write your own littke init script and run it last. and let it spawn to the bg to mount the stuff06:29
brandon_jmoncayo: neither06:29
spikebxpdf is older06:29
jmoncayobrandon_, then?06:30
dj-fuxpdf pwns06:30
brandon_just use ocroread06:30
noiesmowhyami, think you might need to run thru like mencoder to fix up headers etc06:30
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intelikeyjmoncayo pdf is evil06:30
whyaminoiesmo: I tried that, but then the audio doesn't sync up w/ the video on the 2nd mpeg.06:30
Madpilotjmoncayo, try evince - it's better than xpdf06:30
jmoncayointelikey, why?06:30
spikebi dont even think pdf is a closed format, isit?06:30
tritiumMadpilot: not in all respects06:30
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noiesmowhyami, dam06:30
Dr_WillisIve had issues with Evince06:30
intelikeyyeah use ps06:30
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tritiumno, it's not, spikeb06:30
spikebtritium, then it ain't evil :)06:31
noiesmowhyami, well thats me help sorry it didnt help06:31
mmmiiikkkeeewhen i run the configure i get::> Linux source tree '/usr/src/linux-2.6.12-10-686-smp' is incomplete or missing!06:31
Madpilotstill, as nasty as it is, Acroread is still the best PDF renderer going so far...06:31
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tritiumspikeb: no, pdf is fine06:31
Dr_WillisIve seen pdf used on web sites in soo many BAD ways...06:31
dell500for some reason i can't unrar anything... it says unrar is not in my path06:31
jmoncayocan i apt-get install acroread?06:31
whyaminoiesmo: I appreciate the effort. This seems like such a simple thing...06:31
Madpilotjmoncayo, yes06:31
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ubotuDr_Willis: I haven't a clue, try searching at http://ubuntu.cc.com.au/06:31
digitalhav0cMadpilot, i agree acroread06:31
ubotuit has been said that rar is a non-free archive format created by Rarsoft. For instructions on accessing .rar files through the Archive Manager view https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FileCompression06:31
Dr_Willisits not in ubotu's path either!06:31
intelikeyDr_Willis yeah... flash too but that don't make me like either of them.06:31
jack-apt-get install unrar06:31
dell500i think i already did that06:32
jmoncayobut i need a light pdf viewer?06:32
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buulianwhat are some great books on all around hacking of linux to check out?06:32
jack-i think you did not06:32
Madpilotjmoncayo, then try evince06:32
Dr_WillisFlash seems to be not as annoying as it once was.. for most sites i visit06:32
freen0desome free games for ubuntu?06:32
mmmiiikkkeeehow doi get the source tree?06:32
linuxnoob007yo peeps06:32
jack-apt-get install xthrust06:32
brandon_jmoncayo: acroread has some nice plugins for the file browsers that are light06:32
Madpilotfreen0de, there's lots of free games for Ubuntu - have a look at Applications->Games06:32
linuxnoob007whats the command to setup dhcp on eth006:32
whyamijmoncayo: if you want a dependable pdf viewer that will show you what the windows and OS X users are seeing with their pdfs, use acroread.06:32
jack-dhclient eth006:32
noiesmowhyami, maybe check out transcode06:33
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linuxnoob007ty jack!06:33
PuMpErNiCkElfreen0de: BZflag, Cube, tuxracer06:33
Dr_Willisbuulian,  http://openbooks.oreilly.com/06:33
freen0deno not those.06:33
freen0delike, FPS based06:33
jack-freen0de: you should really try xthrust06:33
jack-get quake2 then06:33
spikebhey i know of one06:33
slavikbzflag runs slow ...06:33
baconbaconfreen0de, neverball is fun06:33
noiesmowhyami, http://www.transcoding.org/cgi-bin/transcode06:33
Dr_WillisRTCW:ET :P06:33
spikebfreen0de, give me a sec06:33
PuMpErNiCkElfreen0de: Cube - it's kinda like Quake2, I think06:33
intelikeymmmiiikkkeee   it's  linux-tree-2.6.*06:33
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linuxnoob007does it have to be run as sudo jack?06:33
whyaminoiesmo: thanks. I'll look at that.06:33
slaviktuxracer = planetpenguin racer doesn't run anymore06:33
Dr_Willis'slune' is great!06:33
jack-the game? nope06:33
jack-the apt-get? yes06:34
jmoncayowhyami, so what do you think about evince? kpdf comes with the default installation of ubuntu, should i unsinstall it06:34
PuMpErNiCkElslavik: BZflag runs much faster in 2.0.606:34
pepsi^^tuxrace is a bad bad bad game06:34
PuMpErNiCkElslavik: As in about 2 to 3 times as fast.06:34
buulianDr._Willis: thanks06:34
nickrudaddictive == bad ?06:34
Madpilotfreen0de, Enemy Territory is free to download06:34
baconbacontuxracer is kind of half-finished06:34
pepsi^^it'snt addictive06:34
pepsi^^it's a shit06:34
Madpilotpepsi^^, language, thanks...06:34
linuxnoob007frozen bubble is!06:34
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freen0dethanks all06:35
nickrudDr_Willis, you are a pusher06:35
pepsi^^frozen bubble is a good game06:35
MadpilotI just discovered Same-Gnome - that's an addictive little puzzle game!06:35
pepsi^^but i don't know if you can install new levels06:35
Dr_WillisBeen playing some Word Game.. "Anagramama" or similer..06:35
Dr_WillisIts nifty.. for a while06:35
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mmmiiikkkeeeso do i apt-get linux-tree-2.6.* ???06:35
spikebfreen0de, there are the quake games, and http://www.nexuiz.com/ and one other im trying to find06:35
pepsi^^because it's very repeat06:35
Dr_Willis"Puzzle Pirates" works under Linux/Java :P06:35
slavikI mean, my laptop is not very fast, but for the detail in bzflag, it is still slow06:36
nuthow do I get normal fonts .. times new roman, etc ?06:36
jmoncayoshould i uninstall kpdf before installing other pdf viewer??06:36
pvd2006I need a message to pop up at a certain time to remind me to do something.  What command would you use for that06:36
Madpilotnut, you mean MS fonts?06:36
Smeritynut - msttfont thing I think06:36
slaviknut: you mean microsoft fonts?06:36
Madpilot!tell nut about fonts06:36
intelikeynut normal ?06:36
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jmoncayobrandon_, i shouldnt uninstall?06:36
nickrudpvd2006, I'd use either at or cron, running a script that uses zenity06:36
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spikebbah i can't find it06:37
brandon_jmoncayo: no06:37
intelikeynormal fonts is like terminal-bitstream06:37
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nickrudpvd2006, personal preferences & knowledge, ymmv06:37
Koharskianyone good with mySQL or just SQL in gereral PM me06:37
linuxnoob007anyone running aiglx with compiz? I am and its sweet06:37
brandon_jmoncayo: it doesn't matter either way06:37
Koharskithanks ;)06:37
Intangirprogramming for linux is like a nightmare.. ive programmed in C++ for 8 fears and i cant figure out how to use a damn debugger to save my life on linux..06:37
Intangirhow the hell is this supposed to work, why are there no decent tutorials anywhere...06:37
boydubaiguys... is it possible to set up a VPN connection in Ubuntu? i'll be connecting to our office abroad and i need a VPN connection.. please help.06:37
Intangirwhy doesnt it work...06:37
baconbaconyou used visual studio right06:37
slavikIntangir: then there is something wrong with you06:37
Intangirman i hate programming for linux..06:37
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jmoncayooki thanks a lot06:37
MadpilotKoharski, there's a #mysql channel06:37
Intangirya visual studio06:37
Intangirits like night and day06:37
slavikIntangir: you hate programming FOR linux or ON linux?06:38
jmoncayolater, going to sleep good night06:38
Koharskireally? thanks madpilot06:38
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slaviktoo many buttons06:38
brandon_boydubai: there's a vpn client06:38
Ares Hey all, newbie to linux here. Is there a channel I can get help on?06:38
pepsi^^someone can say me a dns ip ?06:38
jack-<3 openvpn06:38
Intangirdebugging on visual studio is really really easy06:38
MadpilotAres, this is it06:38
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Aresok cool06:38
Intangirif i ever figure out how to debug on linux..06:38
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slavikIntangir: I've been coding for like 2 years and couldn't figure it out06:38
MadpilotIntangir, take the programming talk to #ubuntu-offtopic, please06:38
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slavikfigured it out in DDD and dev-cpp though06:39
intelikeyIntangir as soon as you get used to it, you'll never go back.06:39
Intangirintelikey: do you know how to debugg C++ on linux?06:39
Intangirif anyone has done it i could sure use some help06:39
spikebIntangir, you could always use an IDE like kdevelop06:39
intelikeyIntangir i don't know c++  or c-- for that matter.06:39
baconbaconIntangir, go to #ubuntu-offtopic plz06:39
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Intangircan you compile gtk code on kdevelop?06:39
Intangirand debug gtk code?06:40
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linuxnoob007i have a apprentice im helping in using linux. YOu know xgl is gonna bring so many new pppl06:40
spikebIntangir, good luck there06:40
intelikeyIntangir isn't there like a ##C++  channel tho06:40
slavikyes there is ...go there06:40
Intangirthere is but its for windows guys06:40
AresI just installed Ubuntu and this is my first attempt at linux. I have two broken packages (files?) and I can't fix them06:40
deviethere is probably a #gtk or #qt channel06:40
MadpilotIntangir & intelikey - #ubuntu-offtopic for the programming chat, because it's busy here...06:41
AresCan someone help me out with it?06:41
jack-apt-get -f install06:41
slavikAres: open synaptic06:41
nickrudAres, what packages, and if you could put the errors on http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/06:41
AresOk, already open06:41
slavikAres: yes06:41
linuxnoob007took the words outa my mouth jack06:41
slaviktell us the names of packages06:41
intelikey!tell Ares about borked06:41
linuxnoob007is anyone using dapper?06:41
ubotu[borked]  try  " sudo  apt-get -u --reinstall --fix-missing install `dpkg -S LC_MESSAGES | cut -d: -f1 | tr ', ' 'n' | sort -u`  " that should fix your broken install/upgrade.06:41
intelikeyAres if all else fails try what ubotu messaged you.06:42
jack-yes, and go to #ubuntu+1 for dapper shit06:42
brandon_i'm using dapper06:42
jack-you'll get smacked here06:42
nickrudmrf, sorry06:42
tritiumjack-: language, please06:42
linuxnoob007brandon_, did you have to install braile?06:42
Madpilotjack-, you'll also get smacked for language use here...06:42
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brandon_braile? what the hell is that?06:42
linuxnoob007for the blind06:42
buulianwill ubuntu linux communicate with dot matrix printers out-of-the-box?06:42
tritiumbrandon_: language!06:42
linuxnoob007i had to set one up for me06:42
linuxnoob007dunno why06:42
linuxnoob007i just have a laptop06:42
slavikbuulian: can I have the printer?06:43
linuxnoob007but on dist upgrade06:43
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linuxnoob007it installed it06:43
brandon_is this the FCC channel?06:43
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buulianslavik, wanna pay shipping?!06:43
brandon_is braille for gnome or kde?06:43
buuliani got screwed on ebay- unless you pay shipping06:43
Madpilotbrandon_, no, but a basic level of manners is expected here...06:43
linuxnoob007brandon_, gnome06:43
linuxnoob007its in accesibility06:43
intelikeynickrud hadn't you seen !borked before ?06:44
slavikbuulian: how much would shipping be?06:44
linuxnoob007its fucked up06:44
brandon_lemme check the installed packages06:44
linuxnoob007caus it asked for the tty06:44
linuxnoob007and i was like wtf06:44
nickrudintelikey, no, I'm looking that one over06:44
buulianlol- why do you want it? for nostalgia?06:44
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brandon_hey, howcome he can say the F word?06:44
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tritiumlinuxnoob007: no foul language like that!06:44
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Madpilotbrandon_, notice he just got banned for it...06:44
buulianlinuxnoob007: go away06:44
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AresOk so I ran the command, I said done for the first two lines then gave me this: E: Couldn't find package aptnnbase-confignndebconf-i18nnndpkg06:45
intelikeynickrud i have used it on broken installs that nothing else seemed to help.  but it should be a last resort.06:45
nickrudintelikey, If that comes out like I hope it does, that's a great thing06:45
intelikeynickrud it works06:45
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_jasonAres: that's because that n should probably be a \n, otherwise it doesn't amke sense to me06:45
brandon_well, they answer to his q was no, i didn't have to install it06:45
nickrudintelikey, and it uses cut, & tr, & stuff I can understand :)06:45
mmmiiikkkeeewhat is the site for pastebin?06:46
buulianslavik: do you know if linux will "see" old printers, though?06:46
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BBHossin the topic06:46
nickrudno sed & awk06:46
ubotuhmm... pastebin is http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/, a site for pasting long texts so you don't disrupt the channel - or install webboard in Gnome: http://www.gnomefiles.org/app.php?soft_id=126906:46
intelikeyi would have just posted a script of that command but ubotu doesn't do scripts well....   hehhe tr and cut are main-stays for me.06:46
intelikeynickrud ^06:46
_jasonnickrud: what are the advantages of !borked as opposed to just doing apt-get -f install?06:46
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PwcrLinuxsame addy alert06:47
intelikey_jason apt-get -f install  wont fix some things that !borked will.06:47
nickrud_jason, that is a question I was asking above, see: intelikey, If that comes out like I hope it does, that's a great thing06:47
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_jasonintelikey, nickrud: I see, so we want to update that n to a \n?06:48
Madpilotlinuxnoobfowllan, not trying to evade your ban, are you?06:48
mmmiiikkkeeei get the folowing when i try to run ./Configure ::> http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1242406:48
intelikey_jason ?06:48
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intelikeywhat n / a ?06:48
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robini am to the linux world,  how is ubuntu better for some than kubuntu and vise versa?06:49
_jasonintelikey: from ubotu's !borked: tr ', ' 'n' <-- should be '\n'?06:49
jack-its the same, basically06:49
nickrud_jason, I already know you read bash better than I do, you see an issue with that?06:49
jack-kubuntu has kde as desktop, ubuntu has gnome06:49
jack-otherwise, exactly the same cheese06:49
Jaseyif it were the same, it wouldnt be seperate ;)06:49
chavorobin, neither is better, they are different06:49
Jaseythey have their ups and downs06:49
chavoI prefer KDE but have bith installed06:50
mabusrobin: they use different desktop managers... kde (kubuntu) has more of a windows xp look, while gnome (ubuntu) has a more mac look.06:50
mabusHowever, gnome is less (but still) bloated.06:50
chavowell either one can look like anything06:50
Areswhat is the hotkey for paist? ctrl+v doesn't work.06:50
jack-you can always apt-get install kubuntu-desktop on gnome, or vice versa06:50
jack-to switch06:50
pvd2006On the list of time zones for Date/Time I don't see a listing for my state or anything, and I dont see a option to just pick central time06:50
mabusBut the biggest point is probably that this channel has better support than kubuntu.06:50
jack-so..no biggie, just get one to start with06:50
spikebpvd2006, America/Chicago06:50
chavoit's the functionality that really differs06:50
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_jasonintelikey: can you explain what the n is for?06:50
spikebAres, middle click06:51
Aresohh wow, cool06:51
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spikebAres, highlight copies, middle click pastes. it's pretty awesome :)06:51
_jasonnickrud: to me, seems like apt-get will get passed things like 'base-confignndialog' for example06:51
chavowell running kubuntu doesn't preclude you from joining this channel and asking for help06:52
intelikey_jason i see what you are saying...  hehhe ubotu muxt have dropped the  \   tr ', ' '\n'    is correct.06:52
chavoor giving it for that matter06:52
mmmiiikkkeeei think this mean i need to install the kernal source... but i am not sure??::> http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1242406:52
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nickrud_jason, I haven't parsed the darn line completely yet, I'm a hunt & pecker with those unixy tools.06:52
intelikeyyou can cp that within the `` marks to test that part.06:53
spikebjust had a beavis and butthead moment06:53
Madpilotchavo, there is a seperate #kubuntu channel; obviously some specific desktop stuff is quite different...06:53
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chavoof course, I'm usually in both channels06:53
nickrudsonic2, someone needs to fix that ubotu factoid, right?06:53
AresOk, before I do something stupid.. Would it be a bad idea to remove linux-image-386 in order to re-dl and install it?06:54
baconbaconAres, just don't reboot meanwhile :S06:54
baconbaconapt-get --reinstall instal linux-image-386 doesn't work?06:54
nickrudsorry, sonic2 you got caught in a tab completion screwup. _jason you have a correction for that factoid?06:55
Aresunless I did it wrong, nope06:55
ubotuwell, borked is try  " sudo  apt-get -u --reinstall --fix-missing install `dpkg -S LC_MESSAGES | cut -d: -f1 | tr ', ' '\n' | sort -u`  " that should fix your broken install/upgrade.06:55
intelikeythat looks better _jason ^  thanks for the heads up there.06:55
mmmiiikkkeeei get the folowing when i try to run ./Configure ::> http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1242406:56
_jasonintelikey: yep looks good to me now, although I'm googling now for what the importance of LC_MESSAGES is :)06:56
mDot_lappy./Configure != ./configure06:57
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intelikeylol  i guess it dropped the $ also.....06:57
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nickrudyes, that was my thought, dpkg -S LC_MESSAGES | cut -d: -f1 | tr ', ' '\n' | sort -u comes up with some stuff that seems ok06:58
cmathesonanother openoffice question... i've gotten my database setup... and i just want to copy a column from a database into a spreadsheet.  i hit 'F4' to open the datasource view, hi-light the column and then drag it into my spreadsheet, but it will only copy one value at a time... anyone know if there is a way to do the whole column?06:58
slavikcmatheson: ctrl+c ?06:59
cmathesonslavik, yeah it doesn't do anything07:00
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slavikcmatheson: no idea, sorry07:01
cmathesonslavik: that's ok07:01
Madpilotcmatheson, you might want to try #openoffice.org07:01
shrayis there any FPS genre games for ubuntu07:01
simi69can anyone tell me how to run a .bin file?07:01
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cmathesonMadpilot: oh nice, i was just lookig for their channel, thanks07:01
slavikshray: UT2004, Doom307:01
simi69i'm trying to install the java plugin07:01
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shrayanything free? =(07:02
AresI feel like I am learning to use the computer all over again :-/07:02
slavikno ideamate07:02
Madpilotshray, Enemy Territory - free to download & play07:02
intelikeysh file.bin07:02
MadpilotAres, you are :P07:02
nickrudsimi69, you should use java-package, see !java below07:02
slavikAres: but now you are learning for real :)07:02
ubotuTo install Java/Sun Java see Java on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RestrictedFormats and also see !javadebs07:02
slavikthat windows stuff was only training for the real thing ;)07:02
simi69thanks! :)07:02
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nickrudAres, I felt that I was finally getting the machine back :)07:03
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blindxhow do you list packages that are found matching a certain name?07:03
intelikey<Ares> I feel like I am learning to use the computer all over again :-/  <--- you are.   that's the first thing the new linux user needs to recognize.07:03
Smeggyapt-cache search name?07:03
nickrudblindx, aptitude search07:03
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blindxoh it's cache07:04
blindxhey lycade :D07:04
nickrudblindx, aptitude search only searches on package names, unlike apt-cache search07:04
slavikblindx: apt-cache search07:04
slavikblindx: or use synaptic07:04
blindxwell i just got a million responses. synaptic it is.07:04
intelikeysynaptic search07:04
VR_i hate browsing through search results in the terminal07:04
pvd2006so can you do like,   at 12:30am job....07:04
defendguindoes anyone know why when i put my computer into hibernate it goes into hibernation and then wakes right up with no action from me07:04
LycadeAnyone wanna help me use my grub? :P07:05
slavikdefendguin: hibernate is when it powers down07:05
Areshmm ok so I get this when I try to reinstall the linux-image-386... E: Could not open lock file /var/lib/apt/lists/lock - open (13 Permission denied)07:05
defendguinslavik: i well aware of that07:05
defendguini am *07:05
blindxever have a near-pain experience and imagine what it would have been like if you actually did drop that chair on foot and smash your toe?07:05
blindxSorry, off topic.07:05
spikebblindx, yes07:05
defendguinslavik: it powers down the mouse shuts off and then the whole thing starts right up again07:05
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defendguini dont think it is going all the way down07:06
blindxheh. i do it too often. Actually start getting squeamish. i picture compound fractures and the such07:06
brandon_blindx: no, never...never07:06
Lycadeblind - maybe you can help me. >.>07:06
blindxbrandon_, well you're a freak :P07:06
blindxlol lycade. whats up07:06
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LycadeMy grub hates me. :(07:06
Lycade[spam] 07:06
Lycade# This entry automatically added by the Debian installer for a non-linux OS07:06
Lycade# on /dev/hda107:06
Lycadetitle   Windows XP07:06
Lycaderootnoverify    (hd0,0)07:06
Lycadechainloader     +107:06
baconbacononce my bike got smashed by a car, can this be near pain :)07:06
ubotupastebin is, like, totally, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/, a site for pasting long texts so you don't disrupt the channel - or install webboard in Gnome: http://www.gnomefiles.org/app.php?soft_id=126907:07
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Lycadeit won't load07:07
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slavik!tell Lycade about pastebin07:07
brandon_blindx: i do have near-pleasuer experiences all the time though07:07
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blindxbrandon_: I don't doubt the fact that you don't get pleasure, and often imagine getting it ;)07:07
MadpilotLycade, tagging with [spam]  doesn't excuse actual channel flooding, just so you know for next time...07:07
LycadeI know. I just said it as a warning. >.> I also thought it was fewer lines, my bad. :P07:08
blindxLycade, I'm not sure. See what ubotu has to say about grub07:08
ubotuhttp://wiki.ubuntu.com/GrubHowto or https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows or troubleshooting grub: http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/grub.html#Troubleshooting07:08
MarineboyIntel you there?07:08
nickrudLycade, that is the standard etnry for a grub boot off a windows install tho07:08
LycadeIt won't load though. >.<07:08
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intelikeyMarineboy not atm.   back in a few tho.07:09
blindxI'm missing a shoe.07:09
MarineboyIntel: when you get back will you PM me?07:09
steveneddycan we discuss Ubuntu install here?07:09
tritiumsure, steveneddy07:10
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brandon_Lycade: windows won't load?07:10
steveneddytried to install U on an Athlon XP machine today......something about HD sector errors - we loaded Wondows and quit07:11
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blindxvarsendagger, that movie is hilarious07:11
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