grubchubtyvm knome12:01
useffI have a really odd problem with alsa12:01
Petecakeswastrel: Thanks, printing it off now :)12:01
wastrelfyi the link light is the little light on the back of the computer where you plug the ethernet cable in :] 12:01
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crashzoramarokker,  gnome-session ?12:02
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ubuntu_Izuseff: what kind of alsa problems?12:02
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CheticHow do I change what sound device is default?12:03
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useffOkay ubuntu_Iz, so I enabled IEC958 output on my cs46xx, and then alsa output just stopped12:05
SaaisI have a question about gateways. How I have my default gateway setup to be eth0 which is directly connected, but I am also connected to a router via wireless. I was wondering how would I connect to a machine my on 192.168.2.* range without switching the gateway from eth0.12:05
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useffEven after I disabled the output, I can only get sound through OSS on this user12:05
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wastrelSaais:  if there is a network interface on the 192.168.2 network, traffic should go there, rather than the gateway12:06
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useffCuriously enough, when I log in on a new user I just made, I get alsa output just fine12:06
ubuntu_Izthats extremely weird12:06
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SonicChaoI installed the package 'xubuntu-desktop' to try XFCE, but now I get a Xubuntu splash instead of a Ubuntu Splah! Why is this so? And how can I change it back?12:06
Saaiswastrel, I tried going to the router's IP address in my browser ( and it just sat there loading for quite some time and still nothing happened.12:07
wastrelSaais:  can you ping the router?12:07
SaaisOne moment12:07
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Saaiswastrel, there is no responses12:07
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Saais--- ping statistics ---12:07
Saais11 packets transmitted, 0 received, 100% packet loss, time 10010ms12:07
crashzorSaais, did it work before ?12:07
Saaiscrashzor, no, im just testing it today12:08
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Carmen-after i updated my kernel the command: modprobe ndiswrapper   isnt working anymore12:08
Carmen-how do i fix it?12:08
useffany ideas?12:08
Carmen-yea any ideas?12:08
wastrelSaais:  and iwconfig shows you're connected to the proper wireless network?12:09
crashzorSaais, just was thinking about wather trobel ( its realy hot in holland right now and my router hates it ;) ) so dat woud be fixt by a router restart ;)12:09
KnomeSonicChao: have you tried 'apt-get --purge remove xubuntu-desktop' ?12:09
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SonicChaoKnome: Not yet, I'll try that and tell you what happens12:09
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Saaiswastrel, yes, i am connected with full signal and have an ip assigned to my interface.12:09
axs221_SonicChao: probably need to use apt-get install xfce4 instead12:09
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delpieroworld champion12:09
delgaudiohi, some australian?12:10
delpieroFORZA ITALIA12:10
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SonicChaoaxs221_: Sorry, when I did it, I didn't know12:10
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BHSPitLappyhi all12:10
wastrelSaais:  what does the routing table look like?  try   route   there should be a line for each interface and a line for the default gateway12:10
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WarboKnome: xubuntu-desktop is only a meta-package isn't it? Purging would do nothing, since it conyains no configs12:10
SaaisDestination     Gateway         Genmask         Flags Metric Ref    Use Iface12:10
Saais24.158.220.0    *        U     0      0        0 eth012:10
Saaisdefault         24-158-220-1.dh         UG    0      0        0 eth012:10
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SonicChaoKnome: Nothing happened.12:10
KnomeWarbo: not sure12:10
amonkeywhat package has kdialog in it?12:10
SeveasSaais, please don't paste in here12:11
SaaisSeveas, sorry.12:11
apokryphosamonkey: packages.ubuntu.com -- check there.12:11
SonicChaoWarbo: I already uninstalled it earlier, with no luck12:11
BHSPitLappyWarbo, that's right12:11
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wastrelwell it seems you don't have a route set up for your wireless connection.12:11
SonicChaoWarbo: What should I do?12:11
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wastrelSaais:  i'd first try taking the wireless interface down, and bringing it back up again.12:11
Seveasamonkey, kdebase-bin12:11
KnomeSonicChao: hmm...that's all I got man12:11
WarboBHSPitLappy: I found that out with xserver-xorg (the actual files are in xserver-xorg-core)12:11
wastrelSaais:  how do you normally do that?12:11
Carmen-Seveas must help me :\12:11
jribSonicChao: sudo update-alternatives --config usplash-artwork.so, and then: sudo update-initramfs -u  <-- I think...12:11
Saaiswastrel, do what? get on my router?12:11
deloreandmchow do i enable formatting of a usb drive? i used both disk manager and gparted but the 'format' option is greyed out!12:11
SeveasCarmen-, I must nothing...12:11
wastrelSaais:  enable your wireless connection12:12
Saaiswastrel, it is, but ill bring it down and back up just to check12:12
Carmen-Seveas only thing you must is to die :\12:12
Warbodeloreandmc: If you know for sure what device/partition it is then you can use mkfs.vfat12:12
Carmen-only thing that human has to do12:12
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SonicChaojrib: Let me try that12:12
BHSPitLappyon the livecd, the correct way to start X is the startx command, right? there's not a different way ubuntu has to start up gnome?12:12
nuggioanyone know why apache is working, but I can't access it from other computers on my network?12:12
SeveasCarmen-, who says I'm human?12:12
Carmen-beep beep ur a robot12:13
ubuntu_Iznuggio, you should see it if you type your ip in a web browser12:13
wastrelSaais:  i meant how do you enable your wireless connection :] 12:13
nuggioubuntu_Iz: I do12:13
nuggiobut not from my other computer12:13
ubuntu_Izis it on the same network, or router?12:13
tony_please someone help w black background in apps - i cant use some of them now.. example: http://img361.imageshack.us/img361/4778/xchat8gx.jpg12:13
nuggiosame network12:13
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nuggioI can ping, and it's the ipmasq box actually12:13
Saaiswastrel, i use networking program under system12:13
SonicChaojrib: Let me try to restart, and I'll be right back12:13
Bassettsis there an easy way to convert everything in a text document to lower case?12:13
jribSonicChao: k12:13
nuggioI can't ping12:13
nuggiobut I'm on the ipmasq box12:14
ubuntu_Izdid you forword port 80 to that computers internal ip?12:14
nuggiois there a default firewal12:14
jribBassetts: tr12:14
nuggioI want to go from the ipmasq box to the ubuntu box12:14
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Carmen-Does anyone wanna help me with ndiswrapper?12:14
wastrelSaais:  k  and after 'refreshing' the wireless connection, do you have a route for the local network 192.168.2.* ?12:14
nuggioright now I'm vnc'd intot he ipmasq box from the ubuntu box12:14
CheticHow do I change what sound device is default?12:14
aztracker1is anyone in here successfuly using dialup with ubuntu 6.06?12:14
Eazy-anyone knows if this HowTo works in Dapper? http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=29996&highlight=cedega+cvs12:14
Bassettsjrib: what is tr?12:14
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deloreandmcdo i use that command on this (/dev/sda1) location?12:15
SeveasBassetts, cat file | tr QWERTYUIOPASDFGHJKLZXCVBNM qwertyuiopasdfghjklzxcvbnm > file212:15
sutabiIs it possible to install Ubuntu via ssh on an existing Linux Distro?12:15
Saaisubuntu_Iz, im trying to connect to the router first then i can get to the other machines.12:15
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Carmen-OMG :<12:15
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Saaiswow lag?12:15
jribBassetts: a program, 'man tr' for the full story, but for what you want you can do: tr '[A-Z] ' '[a-z] ' < infile > outfile12:15
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Saaiswastrel, one moment12:15
apokryphoshm, genuine bots12:15
Saaislol @ shit botnet12:16
Seveasapokryphos, /mode +R suppresses the partmsges too I guess12:16
Seveasshould test that12:16
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Seveas@part muha!12:16
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deloreandmcWarbo do i use that command on this (/dev/sda1) location?12:16
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apokryphosinteresting, nice12:17
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Seveasapokryphos, indeed very good to know12:17
Seveasbtw: I'll rig up ubugtu to +rR the channel12:17
Warbodeloreandmc: Only if you are SURE it is the right location (don;t want to format the wrong drive)12:17
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Saaiswastrel, yes i do have route entries12:19
Saaisah I can ping the router now too. :O12:19
wastreli like it when it fixes itself :] 12:19
Saaisme too12:19
deloreandmcwarbo: its a usb drive. dont worry, i'm not gonna run any command just yet. what would ur cmd look?12:19
Saaiswastrel, thanks for the help12:19
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useffAnyone know why I can't get alsa sound for this user only, but oss and macromedia flash sounds work?12:19
davidlcould anybody help me by telling me an easy way to upgrade the ubuntu i already have... it is a very old version, the new version (ubuntu 6.06) has completely different sources in the sources.list file... whne i change it and try to upgrade, it messes up the computer and gives a strange error12:19
Warbodeloreandmc: It should be something like "sudo mkfs.vfat /dev/sda1" like that (or whatever drive)12:19
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apokryphosdavidl: please check the FAQ12:20
Warbouseff: Close Firefox then try running someting with ALSA12:20
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useffWarbo: just tried, no dice12:20
jribdavidl: also, you should upgrade version by version.  Don't skip versions in the upgrade: warty > hoary > breezy > dapper12:20
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davidloh, i see... ill check it out, thanks] 12:20
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Warbouseff: Hmm. Do you have Audacity?12:21
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SonicChaojrib: Ahhhhhhh!12:21
useffno, should I get it?12:21
jribSonicChao: ?12:21
SonicChaoThat destroyed my system!12:21
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crashzordavidl, use shipit for a new version12:21
Warbouseff: Just wondering if that ran, since it uses OSS as well12:21
SonicChaojrib: GRUB was drawing a blank, it said "Kernel PANIC"12:21
jribSonicChao: well I did put "I think" in there, what did it do?12:22
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useffI'm gonna try it out12:22
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ubotuI know nothing about restictedformats12:22
Phoul!resticted formats12:22
ubotuI know nothing about resticted formats12:22
Phoullol whoops12:22
ubotuI know nothing about porn12:22
SonicChaojrib: Lol, I shouldn't have done that....Terminal drew a blank, and than when I rebooted GRUB wouldn't load12:22
ubotuFor lots of multimedia issues this page has the useful information you want: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  see also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - Please use free formats: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats12:22
apokryphosgrubchub: do not abuse the bot please.12:22
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grubchubapokryphos, sorry couldn't help myself. it  won't happen again ;)12:23
SonicChaojrib: Should I just re-install Ubuntu?12:23
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jribSonicChao: no, one sec12:23
SonicChaojrib: Ok12:23
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jribafter update alternatives for usplash, is the correct command to update the initramfs: sudo update-initramfs -u?12:24
useffWarbo: audacity plays audio just fine12:24
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SonicChaojrib: I copied and pasted you're command.12:24
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SonicChaoI don;t know what went wrong12:24
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Warbouseff: Hmm. That does narrow it down to ALSA. But the funny thing is that OSS goes through ALSA these days12:24
jribSonicChao: you don't have an old kernel to boot into?12:25
sladenjrib: sudo update-initramfs -u `uname -r`12:25
zestHi allthere ! Someone knows anything about WIN TV HVR 900 under dapper ?12:25
SonicChaojrib: No, *sigh*, I only started with Ubuntu 2 days ago.12:25
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useffit's all pretty strange to me. I created a new user and for whatever reason that user can use alsa just fine12:25
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Warbouseff: Have you checked the permissions in the Users And Groups window?12:26
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SonicChaojrib: What should I do...?12:26
useffSure have, Warbo. audio permissions are there12:26
pumpi need some help, i'm trying to help a friend of mine to configure the nvidia drivers12:26
Warbouseff: Hmm, weird12:27
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jribSonicChao: hmm ok I just checked my logs and the command I gave is the normal one and should have worked :/12:27
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ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your monitor, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto12:27
Warbouseff: Are you on Warty or something? (Does Warty use OSS, not ALSA?)12:27
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ubotuI know nothing about mysphpadmin12:27
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SonicChaojrib: I have a suspicion that a mistake I made caused the problem, see, there was an accidental space. :( How can I fix it?12:27
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jribSonicChao: but, regardless, you now have a kernel panic... just explain to the channel your situation.  I'll see if I turn anything up on the forums12:27
zHackhas anyone ever used phalk?12:28
SonicChaojrib: Ok.12:28
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ajax4Where can I get info on how to install new fonts?12:29
SonicChaoHi, I accidentely added a space before a command in Ubuntu, and now I have a Kernel Panic. What should I do?12:29
jldugger_"The following packages have been kept back:  gdk-imlib1 libcairo2 libcairo2-dev libkrb5-17-heimdal" anyone know how to find out why, or how to install them anyways?12:29
ubotufonts is Font installation basics here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FontInstallHowto - No fonts in flash? Install msttcorefonts, gsfonts, gsfonts-x11 - Microsoft fonts: install the msttcorefonts package12:29
ubotuI know nothing about phpmyadmin12:29
Jack_SparrowI tried to follow the wikki !nvidia thought I got everything installed, restricted-modules and all but no splash screen when I restart X with ctrl-alt-backspace and glxgears -printfps has error X has been changed...12:29
SonicChaogrubchub: STOP. Now.12:29
redguycan someone tell me whwre i misconfigured my wireless interface? It does not come up after boot, I have to run ifdown ath0 && ifup ath0 manually: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1719612:29
grubchubSonicChao, stop what?12:29
SonicChaogrubchub: All the bot errors. It knows nothing, ok?12:29
jribSonicChao: did you see if recovery mode worked?12:29
zestHi :(( wintv hvr 900 usb....12:29
grubchubSonicChao,  I typed in the wrong app name before12:30
SonicChaojrib: Yes I did, didn't work12:30
wastrelgrubchub:  /msg ubotu info pypmyadmin12:30
jldugger_you should be able to /msg the bots12:30
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ajax4jldugger_: I have a similar problem with libcairo2. Haven't figured out what to do though yet.12:30
grubchubwastrel,  ty :)12:30
SonicChaojrib: Unless I did something wrong, can you explain how to get to Recovery Mode?12:30
redguyalso, it seems that the ssid is not set up during boot, but it is magically configured after ifdown && ifup12:30
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zHackhow would i install a wireless card? like a linksys wirless g on a laptop12:30
jribSonicChao: just a different choice at the grub menu12:30
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SonicChaojrib: I tried that now that you say it, it didn't work.12:30
kaotzHack: first, find a chicken to sacrifice12:30
Syco54645how can i change the gcc version that is used to compile?12:31
jldugger_even dist-upgrade isn't installing them12:31
kaotsecond, plug it in, reboot, and pray.12:31
kaotthird, curse.  a lot.12:31
zHackkaot: it wont work?12:31
wastrelSyco54645:  export CC=/path/to/gcc12:31
kaotyou may wish to kick and/or throw things at this stage as well12:31
kaotzHack: It might. I had a hard time with mine, so I'm scarred.12:31
zHackdid you get it to work?>12:32
SonicChaojrib: I think I should re-install, I won't lose anything, just a few desktop enviroments, I only started 2 days ago12:32
wastrelSyco54645:  of course, it depends on how you're doing the compile12:32
SonicChaojrib: Is that a good idea?12:32
kaoterm... downloaded and installed ndiswrapper, then tried random .inf windows files with it until it worked.12:32
jribSonicChao: yeah, that's probably easiest for you12:32
kaotthen I upgraded to dapper12:32
kaotand I won't repeat what I had to go through THEN.12:32
Syco54645wastrel: it says that i have 3.4 and 4.x installed, but i can only find 4.x12:32
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wastrelSyco54645:  what says that?12:32
SonicChaojrib: Ok, thanks for trying to help me, I appreciate it. :)12:32
jldugger_ajax4, did you install Xgl?12:33
zHackkaot: is there any wireless card that will work with it?12:33
jribSonicChao: yeah, sorry about the results :P12:33
Syco54645wastrel: apt-get, and i assume that it knows my system fairlt well12:33
kaotlet's just say I'm real upset that they automagically added bcm43xx module for me.12:33
pumpthanks stefg, we're following that tutorial12:33
SonicChaojrib: I didn't really do much...I have most files on disks :D12:33
vertzHi, i'm a Norwegian guy, i just installed ubuntu dapper drake, norwegian charactures dont work in gnome-terminal, anyone know why?12:33
kaotzHack: wel if you check the forums I think there's actually a survey on what the best wireless card is.12:33
zHackkaot: ok thanks man12:33
wastrelSyco54645:  what are you compiling that needs 3.4 and how are you compiling it?12:33
kaotzHack: what I'd recommend is plug the thing in, lspci to get the chipset, then google ubuntu + chipset12:33
jldugger_ajax4, I think that's where it's coming from. synaptic has some more information on what happens when you try to mark it for upgrade.12:33
ajax4jldugger_: Yeah, a few weeks ago...but then it stopped working. The errors I was getting were from the special Xgl repositories.12:33
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Syco54645wastrel: winex (cedega cvs) and using the included script.12:34
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ajax4jldugger_: I disabled the repositories and I no longer get the errors but Xgl is no longer working for me.12:34
Syco54645wastrel: unless you know of a place for me to get binaries of winex precompiled, as everyone says that it is very hard to compile12:34
wastrelSyco54645:  i'm not familiar with winex but it wouldn't hurt to try  export CC=/path/to/gcc3.412:34
deloreandmcwarbo: i ran it! lol, but the error response helped me out. i had it mounted. duh!12:34
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zestHi ! Has anyone tried to get running the wintv hvr 900 from hauppauge ?12:35
codemacI'm trying to help my friend rip dvd's with ubuntu, and I installed dvdrip, but it complains about not being able to read the encrypted disk.. does ubuntu not have DeCSS?12:35
deloreandmcwarbo: unmounted then all the format options showed12:35
Syco54645wastrel: i cant find gcc3.4 on mmy machine thouigh12:35
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ardchoilledoes Ubuntu have a central HCL?12:35
wastrelSyco54645:  locate gcc | grep 3.4  maybe12:36
jldugger_ajax4, "Depends: libfreetype6 (>=2.2.1) but 2.1.10-1ubuntu2.1 is to be installed." seems like a version problem.12:36
jldugger_Syco54645, gcc-3.4 etc should work12:36
jldugger_there's also "alternatives"12:37
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Syco54645jldugger_: thanks.12:37
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ajax4jldugger_: Yeah, maybe those repositories need to be updated before it will work..?12:37
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jldugger_ajax4, i think libcairo2 came from them, and isn't compatible12:38
grubchubIs there a default username/password for phpmyadmin?12:38
ubotuFor lots of multimedia issues this page has the useful information you want: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  see also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - Please use free formats: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats12:38
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ajax4grubchub: I think its root with no password.12:38
grubchubajax4, danke :)12:38
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Syco54645wastrel: even once i export it and do a cc --version it is still 4.012:38
codemacso I can't watch dvd's with ubuntu?12:38
ajax4grubchub: You're welcome.12:39
ardchoillecodemac: I watch DVD's with Xine just fine12:39
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ajax4codemac: check out this url: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats12:39
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jldugger_codemac, not without either breaking US law or paying someone12:39
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jldugger_most folks opt for breaking the US law12:40
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ajax4codemac: I think the library you need is libdecss212:40
codemacme too.12:40
grubchubfor running local phpmyadmin sure is a dog12:40
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redguycan someone tell me whwre i misconfigured my wireless interface? It does not come up after boot, I have to run ifdown ath0 && ifup ath0 manually also, it seems that the ssid is not set up during boot, but it is magically configured after ifdown && ifup: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1719612:40
ajax4grubchub: There are better apps for locally updating a database.12:40
jldugger_but ubuntu's authors choose to simply do without, so they can keep it free, and legal.12:41
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grubchubajax4, for the mildly retarded? ;) :p12:41
Jack_SparrowWeeeee glxgears now at 420012:41
ajax4grubchub: Hehe, sure. phpMyAdmin is good for remote databases when you are stuck with a web interface. Hang on, lemme check something.12:42
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ubotuIf sound is not working, first try system -> prefrences -> multimedia system selector change it to alsa. If you still have problems then look at http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingSoundProblems12:43
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RopechoborraHi.. what should i install to play mp3s files?12:44
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ubotuFor lots of multimedia issues this page has the useful information you want: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  see also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - Please use free formats: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats12:44
RopechoborraThanks! =)12:44
ubotuw32codecs can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages. Also see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html12:44
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grubchubit might just be this computer12:45
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grubchubit's pretty perky on my laptop12:45
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Jack_SparrowRopechoborra: be sure to type those command lines for w32codecs as two lines NOT 312:45
IgneousBlueEalge: Wazzup12:45
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pumpnow i need some help for myself, i'm trying to configure a pctv stereo card, does somebody knows?12:45
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Jack_SparrowRopechoborra: first two lines are actually ONE command12:45
ajax4grubchub: Try installing mysql-query-brower or mysql-navigator...like phpMyAdmin but with nice GUIs :)12:45
compengidoes someone knows flightgear game?12:45
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FatchaMaCallitzlol flightgear12:46
grubchubsweet :) thanks ajax12:46
FatchaMaCallitzthats old12:46
erikgi'm running xubuntu; when i try to open index.php in a local mediawiki installl firefox prompts me to open it using mousepad...  has anyone had a similar problem?12:46
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compengiFatchaMaCallitz, do you know a new one?12:46
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grubchubI've got a notes file12:46
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, nope12:46
grubchubon my desktop12:46
ardchoilleerikg: you need to install php12:46
grubchubtaking lots and lots of notes...12:46
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compengiFatchaMaCallitz, when i was installing it i got errors12:47
bettong_mst3khow do i choose which java to let frostwire run?12:47
erikgardchoille, i have.12:47
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, you have the newest version, off thier site?12:47
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, i think so12:47
erikgardchoille, the right one too.  this problem has occurred to other people too12:47
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, righto.. and you're logged in as root?12:47
codemacajax4: I'm getting some "can't open the title 1 info file" now that I've installed libdvdcss212:47
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bigfoot1someone's asking about my pc's specs.12:48
bigfoot1what does he want to know when he asks about "network card"12:48
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, as you can see12:48
ideogramsome PC's have networking built in12:48
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erikgardchoille, see http://drupal.org/node/5101812:48
Jack_Sparrowbigfoot1:  CHipset or model nuumber12:48
ideogramsome have it on a card that plugs in12:48
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bigfoot1and what does he want to know about "video card" and "sound card"12:48
codemacsudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread3/examples/install-css.sh <= teh failure12:48
ajax4bigfoot1: Also he may want to know if its wireless or not.12:49
bigfoot1ideogram: well, i've got broadband internet12:49
bigfoot1ajax4: oh, my box is desktop12:49
bigfoot1no wireless12:49
Jack_Sparrowbigfoot1:  what os are you in right now?12:49
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ajax4codemac: Try a few different disks and see if it happens on all of them.12:49
energywhiz123does anyone know if there is a way to adjust the mouse wheel speed?  I find it pretty slow now and wanted to speed it up12:49
pjvhow can i set cron to ping google every ten seconds? so that i don't get disconnected from my dial up connection12:49
jldugger_bigfoot1, some people have computers with seperate "cards" for video and sound. others just have onboard. if you dont know what he needs to know, i suspect you've got onboard12:49
ideogramno the bandwidth is not determined by your network card12:49
ideogramthat's your cable modem or DSL modem12:50
grubchubdoes your console bork after you launch a gui ap?12:50
Jack_Sparrowbigfoot1:  what os are you in right now? Windows or Linux12:50
grubchubsuch as gftp12:50
grubchubor gedit12:50
bigfoot1Jack_Sparrow: ubuntu now12:50
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, should i install a slackware, debian, or Fedora Core12:50
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bigfoot1so what's the basic answer for a "network card"?12:50
Jack_SparrowEveresthome is a good WIndows tool for hardware identification..12:50
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, get the source12:50
ardchoillecompengi: what is your issue?12:50
bigfoot1do i just say "yes, i have a network card"?12:50
ideogramyou should be able to find out using some kind of utility, but I don't know which one12:50
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, compile it like that12:50
ideogramno the manufacturer is important12:51
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grubchubi can't seem to run any other commands inside my console after I luanch a gui app within it12:51
ideogramand the model number12:51
Jack_Sparrowbigfoot1: do you have the option of booting to windows?12:51
jldugger_bigfoot1, depends on why he wants to know.12:51
bigfoot1Jack_Sparrow: not at this tim12:51
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, you're prolly not gonna want a deb package for ubuntu -_-12:51
thewrinklyninjastupid question, but how do you cahnge the colours of the panels and windows?12:51
Setwhat is the command to copy a folder from one location to another?12:51
ideogramyou might be able to just open up the PC and look12:51
ajax4Set: use the mv command12:51
jldugger_bigfoot1, under system->administration->device manager12:51
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grubchubi see :)12:51
bigfoot1jldugger_: coz i'm selling my pc12:51
grubchubyou have to close the gui app12:51
grubchubah ha!12:51
Setajax4, I want to copy it, not move it12:51
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redguycome on, nobody can help me with wifi config?12:51
bigfoot1and all i said was it includes mouse , monitor, keyboard and cpu12:51
Tyeserelhi all =)12:51
ajax4Set: then cp -r <folder> <destination>12:51
tzarhey, can someone help me to mount my /dev/hda1 so I can delete/write files on it12:51
compengiardchoille, i want to install flightgear game, i downloaded it as a debian package .deb and tried to install and what i got12:51
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Jack_Sparrowredguy:  is that a broadcom12:52
thewrinklyninjais it ntfs?12:52
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stefgtzar, don't12:52
thewrinklyninjanot sure if it will be writable then12:52
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jldugger_you'll probably see a lot of "stuff" in that.  for network, you're looking for "ethernet" controller or something similar12:52
tzarat least how can I delete files12:52
thewrinklyninjayou can definately make it read only12:52
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, Get the souce and compile that http://www.flightgear.org/Downloads/source.shtml12:52
tzarI need to cleare a few things off it12:52
tzarbecause windows wont boot on it12:52
CheticHow do I change what sound device is default?12:53
Ropechoborrawich is the command to install packages like gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg12:53
ubotuIf sound is not working, first try system -> prefrences -> multimedia system selector change it to alsa. If you still have problems then look at http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingSoundProblems12:53
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thewrinklyninjacheck here, http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Dapper#How_to_mount_Windows_partitions_.28NTFS.29_on_boot-up.2C_and_allow_all_users_to_read_only12:53
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epwhat's my version, i forgot12:53
tzarI know how to mount it read only12:53
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, .taz one?12:53
tzarI want to delete files from it12:53
thewrinklyninjafor that I do not know, sorry12:54
Ropechoborrawich is the command to install packages like gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg ?12:54
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, tar.gz12:54
ubotuThough it's still very unsafe, you can read about Ubuntu NTFS writing here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lkraider/NtfsFuse12:54
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, lol yes12:54
tzarRopechoborra, sudo apt-get install <thing>12:54
redguyJack_Sparrow, nope, an atheros12:54
Jack_SparrowWHoever needs or wants to mount their drives should try the diskmounter script here:  http://www.ubuntulinux.nl/files/diskmounter12:54
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jldugger_what command is executed when you press control alt backspace, exactly?12:54
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, the first one12:54
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, yep12:54
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FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, get the prerequisite12:54
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FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, (s)12:54
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compengiFatchaMaCallitz, ?12:55
ideogramI can't wait for NTFS writing12:55
lmungewelHi. Is this (http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily-live/current/) the right place to pick up the daily live CD? They don't appear to have changed since the 6.06 release, and I need to use an undated kernel for my Mac....12:55
CheticJack_Sparrow: there is no "multimedia system selector" in system->preferences12:55
redguyJack_Sparrow, since the same thing happened on two different setups (althouch in both cases the card is atheros based) I would rather suspect my misconfiguration somewhere12:55
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FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, Make sure to get the prerequisite(s)12:55
ideogramI need to keep a FAT partition around just to be able to move files back and forth12:55
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, more than one lol12:55
spikeblmungewel: it is the right place, but i dont think they've started daily edgy builds yet12:55
kaotredguy: what's the problem you're having with it?12:56
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, lol what are prerequisites12:56
kaot(like I'm gonna know how to fix this lol)12:56
redguycan someone tell me whwre i misconfigured my wireless interface? It does not come up after boot, I have to run ifdown ath0 && ifup ath0 manually also, it seems that the ssid is not set up during boot, but it is magically configured after ifdown && ifup: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1719612:56
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, they are listed on the site, right below the source12:56
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Jack_SparrowChetic:  do you know what type of sound card or chipset it has?12:56
kaotredguy: you got it entered in /etc/network/interfaces?12:56
redguykaot, the pastebin is my interfaces file12:56
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, this one Download the latest base package release (143Mb). (Includes Textures, models, data, aircraft, sample scenery, and config files.)12:56
CheticJack_Sparrow: uh.. if I got a list of what I have, I guess I would know..12:56
lmungewelspikeb - are you saying that the dailys only apply to the next release? If so when will a revised Dapper Image (or Netboot) appear - I need the fixes in kernel >= 2.6.15-25.12:57
spikeblmungewel: yes, and i don't know12:57
Jack_SparrowChetic: If it is something that was not detected it wont be there12:57
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, yep.. and whats below that? Prerequisite: Glut (FreeGlut) - OpenGL Utility Toolkit (GLUT) library.12:57
redguykaot, AFAIK if it wasn't set up in interfaces ifup ath0 wouldn't work12:57
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, so on and so fourth12:57
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compengiFatchaMaCallitz, all of them? lol12:58
CheticJack_Sparrow: it works fine, if I MANUALLY choose the right device in the settings, it works great12:58
lmungewelspikeb - thanks. Looks like I might need to build my own iso :-(12:58
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi,lol yea12:58
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spikeblmungewel: good luck12:58
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, you have to get all of them12:58
CheticJack_Sparrow: but not all applications will let me do this (and I don't want to have to!)12:58
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, and you know how to compile, right?12:58
Jack_SparrowChetic: I dont know of any good Linux hardware ID tools, just Everesthome for XP12:58
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, no teach me please =/12:58
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, eek!12:58
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, this'll be fun12:58
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, hehe12:59
delaneyif i wanted to rip a data cd.. like say ubuntu dapper install to an iso to create another copy for a friend with dialup how would i do that?..12:59
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Jack_SparrowChetic: Then what device are you selecting in your settings?12:59
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, well.. just tell me when you have all the tarballs (tar.gz's)12:59
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compengiFatchaMaCallitz, it will take me long time :D lol12:59
Jack_Sparrowdelaney:  Download the cd for him.. A lot less work for you12:59
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, in that case01:00
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FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, i'll teach you now01:00
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delaneyJack_Sparrow,  how so.. i can rip it in ten mins and burn it in less then that im sure01:00
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, ok ty01:00
RopechoborraJack_Sparrow:  im trying to install gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg but some kind of error (wich i cant translate from spanish =( ) shows up... it probably means i dont got the file, how can i download it ?01:00
delaneyi can have it for him in 20 mins and he can head out with it in his hand now01:00
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, do you know basic commands.. like cd.. dir.. and the such?01:00
Jack_Sparrowdelaney: You cant rip it.. You would need to remaster and make bootable etc.01:00
SeveasRopechoborra, put the error on the pastebin. To get the error in english: LC_ALL=C sudo apt-get install gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg01:01
delaneythats not right at all cause ive ripped copies of xp and had them reburn fine01:01
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, yes01:01
CheticJack_Sparrow: uhm.... hw:1,0?01:01
delaney*in windows01:01
FatchaMaCallitzdelaney, dude.. just use nero to remake the iso01:01
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Stormx2Jack_Sparrow: Are you like, permanently in this channel? ;-)01:01
redguySeveas, maybe you could help me with my wifi...01:01
ubotuTo view your Windows/Mac partitions see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions01:02
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Seveasredguy, maybe, but I'm quite busy01:02
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, ok. well all you have to do, is extract the tarballs to their own dir, then navigate to each and evey one of those with the terminal.. then type this01:02
delaneyFatchaMaCallitz,  i guess ill have to i figured there was a way to do it in linux..  thanks i guess01:02
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, . /configure01:02
Jack_SparrowStormx2: Mom is in intensive care, this is therapy for the next week01:02
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, make01:02
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (you can always find it in the channel topic, among other useful things)01:02
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, make install01:02
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, and poof01:02
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, compiled and installed01:02
Stormx2Jack_Sparrow: Sorry to hear that :(01:02
CheticJack_Sparrow: I choose ADC Capture/Standard PCM Playback (hw:1,0).. what can I do with this info? :p01:02
Jack_SparrowStormx2: and yea, in her 20 hrs01:02
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, normally *01:02
redguySeveas, thought so... I'll try to bug people here then01:02
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Stormx2Jack_Sparrow: Well I really wasn't complaining - you're doing a really good job01:03
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FatchaMaCallitzdelaney, yea.. i don't know of any linux burning progies that are that well developed01:03
redguys/people/other people/01:03
vidalocaou alguem pode me ajudar a instalar um pacote no ubuntu??01:03
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Jack_SparrowStormx2:  She is 79  lived long and prospered..  Thanlks for the kind words.  Sorry to anyone who I have been short or testy with..01:03
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ubotuPara Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, alli obtendran mas ayuda.01:03
Tom7ei have a problem.  I like to set both panels at the bottom of the screen, with the applications at the very bottom, but whenever i restart my PC, they are swapped with the workspaces panel at the very bottom..01:03
ubotuPor favor use #ubuntu-br  ou #ubuntu-pt  para ajuda em portugus. Obrigada.01:04
ubotuI know nothing about roflnoob01:04
RopechoborraJack_Sparrow: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1719701:04
ubotuI know nothing about darn01:04
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, can you type it as a command not mixed01:04
Stormx2Jack_Sparrow: Well, good work, but 20h a day is looking for a wage, get some sleep!01:04
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, it has to be one at a time01:04
stelkidoes anyone know why this comes in xev?     XKeysymToKeycode returns keycode: 17501:04
stelkiWhere from does it origin? (which config file)01:04
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, ". /configure" (minus the quotes)01:05
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, "make"01:05
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, "make install"01:05
Jack_SparrowStarting to blurr together, see ya all in a few hours or maye a short nap..01:05
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FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, but actually.. its been a while since I've had to compile.. maybe its /make and /make install01:05
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, but i'm prett sure there aren't forwardslashes01:05
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Evilscietnisthmmm....win xp client....access denied at domain logon....HUH??01:06
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FatchaMaCallitzyou got me there evil01:07
CheticHow do I change what sound device is used as default?01:07
RopechoborraSomeone can help me ? Im trying to install a package but an error shows up ( http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/17197 )01:07
Evilscientistsetting up samba server....can see and interact with it in Network neighbourhood...but can't join as a domain with winxp01:07
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stefg!info gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg01:08
ubotugstreamer0.10-ffmpeg: FFmpeg plugin for GStreamer. In repository universe, is optional. Version 0.10.1-0ubuntu2 (dapper), package size 1316 kB, installed size 3176 kB01:08
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Jack_SparrowRopechoborra:  why dont you just do that from synaptic01:08
Stormx2Ropechoborra: Read that ^01:08
Dial_tonehdparm is just for ide devices, right?01:09
Stormx2Ropechoborra: Basicly you need to add the universe repository.01:09
stefg!repos> Ropechoborra01:09
FatchaMaCallitzhow do you use all the !'s01:09
Jack_SparrowLike Storm says01:09
ubotuI am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbotuUsage01:09
FatchaMaCallitzah nvm01:09
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, so i should extract all the files in one single directory right and to use on each file in a terminal then to type what you told me too right01:09
ubotuI know nothing about botsnack01:09
RopechoborraOk thanks! but.. why i cannot do that from a terminal?01:09
fowlduckhow can you disable all automounting in ubuntu.  This is for things like CDs and external hard drives and thumb drives01:09
Jack_SparrowStormx2: Yea, Im going, I'm going01:09
Stormx2Jack_Sparrow: Me too! Night night.01:10
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, extract to seperate directorys.. then compile each,make,make install01:10
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FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, do that for every dir and you're set01:10
stefgRopechoborra: you need to enable the Universe-Repository... read about it01:10
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FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, then you might even be able to install the deb package.. but i doubt it.. you're better off with the source01:10
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compengiFatchaMaCallitz, O.o for every file in a directory01:11
Jack_SparrowRopechoborra:  try it our way and experiment later.. k01:11
FCTEIf you use automatix it will reset your repos to all01:11
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, every tar.gz goes in its own dir01:11
ubotuAutomatix is a script that automates installation of some items. Use at your own risk. For help with and discussion of automatix please join #automatix.01:11
spikebplease don't use automatix.01:11
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, so they can be compiled seperately01:11
ubotuEasyUbuntu is a script that automates installation of some items. Use at your own risk. For help with and discussion of easyubuntu please join #easyubuntu.01:11
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ubotuWords like noob, jfgi, stfu or rtfm are not welcome in this channel. Period.01:11
gnomefreakspikeb: why not?01:12
Dial_tonemy nfs drives aren't mounting on bootup, even though they are in fstab. Where can I start looking to find out why? I don't see anything telling in /var/log/messages01:12
Carmen-HEY where do i wanna put my IPTABLES SCRIPT SO IT AUTOLAODS AT STARTUP?!?!?!?!?!01:12
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compengiFatchaMaCallitz, when i was trying to install the deb file i got an error saying : Software index is broken01:12
compengiIt is impossible to install or remove any software. Please use the package manager "Synaptic" or run "sudo apt-get install -f" in a terminal to fix this issue at first.01:12
spikebgnomefreak: because I don't want to watch somebody put together another automatix screwed system.01:12
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stefgDial_tone: nfs or ntfs ?01:12
Jack_SparrowDial_tone: try the diskmounter script   http://www.ubuntulinux.nl/files/diskmounter01:12
compengiIt is impossible to install or remove any software. Please use the package manager "Synaptic" or run "sudo apt-get install -f" in a terminal to fix this issue at first.01:13
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, when i was trying to install the deb file i got an error saying :  when i was trying to install the deb file i got an error saying : Software index is broken01:13
gnomefreakspikeb: there isnt much wrong with it in the sense that its just like anyother 3rd party repo/software01:13
ubotunfs is the network file system. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NFSClientHowTo and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NFSServerHowTo for information on installing and configuring NFS.01:13
compengi<compengi> It is impossible to install o01:13
FatchaMaCallitzgnomefreak, i'm in the middle of having an intelligent conversation with the bot and you kick me?01:13
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david_i asked a lil bit ago about hwo to get the new version of ubuntu cuz i am running an old one... i as told to read the FAQs and i cant find where it talks bout this at all, maybe im not looking in the right spot... any ideas?01:13
spikebgnomefreak: it's a badly put together script.01:13
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FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, yea you'll need the source then01:13
gnomefreakFatchaMaCallitz: you were warned there is no playing with the bot01:13
gnomefreakspikeb: have you seen it lately?01:13
PetecakesSo I've followed the guide for setting up modems with PPPoE from the Wiki, and even THAT's not working.01:13
PetecakesAny ideas?01:13
FatchaMaCallitzgnomefreak, lol sorry.. never saw that01:14
CheticHow do I change what sound device is used as default?01:14
spikebgnomefreak: no - just seen the OTHER work by the same devs. i wouldn't trust them not to commit suicide with a rubber spatula.01:14
ubotuUpgrading to Ubuntu 5.10 breezy -> http://wiki.ubuntu.com/BreezyUpgrade  Upgrading to Ubuntu 6.06 Dapper -> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DapperUpgrades  Note: gksudo "update-manager -d" always updates to the latest development version.01:14
gnomefreakspikeb: you might want to look into again it has changed01:14
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, how to unistall that to reduce the error01:14
Carmen-HEY where do i wanna put my IPTABLES SCRIPT SO IT AUTOLAODS AT STARTUP?!?!?!?!?!01:14
FCTEspikeb, never had any problems with automatix01:14
gnomefreakstefg: please stop playing with the bot01:14
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, sorry.. what?01:14
gnomefreak!repeat > Carmen-01:14
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dribblevncviwer is way.too.cool01:15
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spikebgnomefreak: no way - it might be better now, but just wait until they try and extend it - the first few tries they will screw it up.01:15
FatchaMaCallitzanybody know a good NFO making progie, I'm too lazy to make one by hand01:15
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FCTEAnyone else install the new beta from Google Earth, it rocks01:15
david_oh, so i could just run "sudo update-manager" under root? or something like that?01:15
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, you remember when i told you about when i was trying to install the flightgear game with .deb extension and what error i got?01:15
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stefggnomefreak: Playing?... I make him giving answers for real questions people have01:16
david_that was meant for obuto sorry :001:16
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FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, yea01:16
PeregrinoHey, dowes anythng happened to Universe & Multiverse? I'm on a 5.1 Live Ubuntu and I can't refresh them :/01:16
gnomefreakstefg: send the nick a msg from ubotu please either !tell nick about fact or !fact > nick01:16
DuDReNoVI have a wierd question. I was wondering if anyone can help01:16
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, now i got an icon up near the clock like an update one saying that: Software index is broken01:16
compengiIt is impossible to install or remove any software. Please use the package manager "Synaptic" or run "sudo apt-get install -f" in a terminal to fix this issue at first.01:16
FatchaMaCallitzdudrenov, what is it01:16
DuDReNoVEmacs wont maximize properly01:16
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, whoa.. odd, dunno01:17
DuDReNoVunder X. Tehre is a gap on the right side01:17
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, i need to unistall what i was trying to install01:17
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FatchaMaCallitzdudrenov, lol sorry thats a bit advanced for me..01:17
DuDReNoVhere is a scren shot01:17
FatchaMaCallitzwill someone help this guy?01:17
FCTEIn synapticthere is a fix broken packages selection01:17
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DuDReNoVERC> http://www.dudrenov.com/Screenshot.png01:17
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Jack_Sparrowcompengi: did you try synaptic?  Did you go to term and type that?01:18
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ubotuI know nothing about test01:18
FatchaMaCallitz!yo mama01:18
PeregrinoHey, does anythng happened to Universe & Multiverse? I'm on a 5.1 Live Ubuntu and I can't refresh them :/01:18
ubotuI know nothing about yo mama01:18
compengiJack_Sparrow, i opene the term and typed : sudo apt-get install -f01:18
redguyubotu, you lie again01:18
ubotuI know nothing about you lie again01:18
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compengiE: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (11 Resource temporarily unavailable)01:18
compengiE: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), is another process using it?01:18
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ardchoilleDuDReNoV: you using xfce?01:18
eternaljoyhey hey :)01:18
ToHellWithGAi have a problem with audio.  i'm using digital output and getting a significant delay between when playback starts and when sound starts coming out.  everything is in sync but the first 1-3 seconds simply do not play aloud01:18
DuDReNoVsame happens on other wms01:19
ardchoilleFatchaMaCallitz: you didn't learn the last time?01:19
ardchoilleDuDReNoV: yeah, that happens with my xfce too01:19
FatchaMaCallitzardchoille, sorry, what?01:19
Jack_Sparrowcompengi:  do you have an other programs terms open?01:19
delireDuDReNoV: odd, perhaps it has something to do with increment handling with Emacs, as an X application i mean.01:19
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ardchoilleFatchaMaCallitz: the last time you were kicked for playing with the bot01:19
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delireDuDReNoV: sorry, i use vim so cannot help. it's sounds like Emac's problem, not Gnome's.01:20
DuDReNoVI think it has to do wiht font-sizes that are used in emacs under X01:20
FatchaMaCallitzardchoille: sue me01:20
DuDReNoVbut I dont know how to change that01:20
compengii have the software update thing opened and an error message in it01:20
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Jack_SparrowYou cant do that in term with the software updater open01:20
Jack_Sparrowshut it and do the term comand again01:20
stefgcompengi: how about using sudo?01:21
FatchaMaCallitzlook guys, i'm tired.. i've been up for 24 hours.. Peace for now01:21
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compengiok :D01:21
delireDuDReNoV: definitely see #emacs01:21
FatchaMaCallitzcompengi, good luck, i'ma catch some shut-eye01:21
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DuDReNoVi did01:21
eternaljoyhey hey :)01:21
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DuDReNoVthey had no idea01:21
compengiFatchaMaCallitz, ok ty for all01:21
Jack_SparrowNodding off myself.. Hurry compengi01:21
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DuDReNoVthe closest thign to a solution that they had was to use ratpoison01:21
compengiJack_Sparrow, it's working01:22
ardchoilleDuDReNoV: I believe that's an issue with the xfce Terminal app, not emacs01:22
compengidownloading things01:22
Jack_Sparrowcompengi: you should be good to go.. I gotta sleep.. sorry01:22
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DuDReNoVactually hapens on al wms but sligthly diferent effect01:22
delireDuDReNoV: yes, though non-WIMP WM's have a completely different way of handling the resizing of X-Applications.01:22
compengiJack_Sparrow, me too01:22
PeregrinoHey, does anythng happened to Universe & Multiverse? I'm on a 5.1 Live Ubuntu and I can't refresh them :/01:22
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DuDReNoVhappens on gnome to but sligthly diferently01:22
PetecakesSo I've followed the guide for setting up modems with PPPoE from the Wiki, and even THAT's not working.01:22
delireDuDReNoV: i would see #Emacs.01:22
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PetecakesAny ideas?01:22
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your monitor, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto01:22
compengiJack_Sparrow, night01:22
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DuDReNoVI did see emacs01:23
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sudomania4when i try to shut down, i get this in cli: unregister_netdevice: waiting for vmnet1 to come free. Usage count = 101:23
delirePeregrino: hmm they seem to be ok from here, though my repo's are German..01:23
PeregrinoMy repos are english :/01:24
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delirePeregrino: right.. can you paste the actual repo URL here?01:24
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stefgmaybe get a fresh sources.list from source-o-matic?01:25
Peregrinodelire: yep, gimme a sec01:25
TechnelIs there a way to assign drive letters from Ubuntu?01:25
stefgouchhh... that one hurt :-)01:25
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Peregrinodelire: http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu01:26
delireTechnel: this is simply done with mountpoints.01:26
Jack_SparrowTechnel: try the diskmounter script   http://www.ubuntulinux.nl/files/diskmounter01:26
delirePeregrino: it's fine from here.01:26
delirePeregrino: over http that is.. i'll add it to my sources.list and see if it checks out.01:26
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PeregrinoMhhh so wich may be the problem...01:27
PetecakesNo help, then?01:27
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SonicChaojrib: Are you still here?01:28
Jack_SparrowPetecakes: You working on video drivers?01:28
neighborleeanyone else seeing a sub process error upon attempting to install 'crystalcursors ' ?? ;))01:28
SonicChaoOk, no...01:28
PetecakesJack_Sparrow: No, I'm still trying to get the internet working in Ubuntu...01:28
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Peregrinodelire: the warning I get say "Could not download all repository indexes" & "The list of sources could not be read.01:29
Peregrino Go to the repository dialog to correct the problem."01:29
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SonicChaoI want to install KDE and XFCE for use in the sessions menu. Before I installed "xubuntu-desktop" and "kubuntu-desktop" and they changed my splash screen. Please tell me what to type into "sudo apt-get install ____________"01:29
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delirePeregrino: hmm.. it works fine from here. perhaps it's because you're using a LiveCD and it's trying to write to a readonly medium somehow?01:29
sudomania4when i try to shut down, i get this in cli: unregister_netdevice: waiting for vmnet1 to come free. Usage count = 101:29
homerjis there something special I have to do to get AE support on Ubuntu/PPC ? There some FAQ I missed about what I need to do?01:30
sudomania4i cant shut down01:30
ubotuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource01:30
Peregrinodelire: Ok, I shall reboot and see what happens ^_^01:30
deliresudomania4: are you running vmware?01:30
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delirePeregrino: cool.. sorry i can't help thus far!01:30
SonicChaoCan anyone help me?01:30
homerjI have 6.06 and it just fails to load the module complaining about firmware01:30
sudomania4delire, i have it installed, but i havent made any guests01:30
Peregrinodelire: don't worry you've been very helpy ;)01:31
delirePeregrino: cheers01:31
PeregrinoCya all!01:31
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SonicChaoI want to install KDE and XFCE for use in the sessions menu. Before I installed "xubuntu-desktop" and "kubuntu-desktop" and they changed my splash screen. Please tell me what to type into "sudo apt-get install ____________"01:31
SonicChaoCan someone help me?01:31
deliresudomania4: hmm, well for some reason vmware isn't shutting down properly. have you looked at #vmware?01:31
sudomania4delire, yes01:31
sudomania4but thanks01:32
deliresudomania4: np01:32
stefghomerj: AE is unsupported /Apple will not release any specs, so no-one can actually write a driver for it./ http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=86201:32
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dgh1973SonicChao: xfce4 kdebase I believe01:33
aroonihey folks.... i am trying to build this vmware tools thing.... and its asking me where the default location of the 'make' program is on my system... how do i answer it?01:33
SonicChaodgh1973: Are you pretty sure...?01:33
homerjstefg, I remember reading that there now was a driver for it01:33
dr_willisSonicChao,  i belive the ubuntu wikis/forums discuss th splash screen changes.. personally i disable the Ugly thing.  and dont worry about the eye candy01:33
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stefggoogle is your friend :-)01:33
RopechoborraI installed Universe Repositories from Synaptic ... now what should i do to install gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg ?01:33
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dgh1973SonicChao: pretty, yes01:33
benvillehi all01:33
delirearooni: do you have the 'build-essential' package installed?01:33
SonicChaodgh1973: I'll give it a shot then01:33
aroonidelire: i dont believe so01:34
arooniwhatever comes with dapper01:34
aroonijust installed it01:34
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dgh1973SonicChao: those should install the environments themselves without things like the splash changes01:34
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delirearooni: install that and give it ago, it provides 'make' the gnu C compiler and everything else you need to compile software.01:34
maagimiesSonicChao, try removing kubuntu-artwork-usplash, it should change the bootsplash to ubuntu01:34
aroonidelire: how do i install it?  (total noob here)01:34
SonicChaodgh1973: I just want to be able to Boot into KDE and XFCE from "Select Session..."01:34
maagimiesSonicChao, and also xubuntu-artwork-usplash01:35
delirearooni: no problem. 'sudo apt-get install build-essential' or just use the Synaptic package manager (GUI)01:35
SonicChaodgh1973: Will it let me do that?01:35
!lilo:*! Hi all. Sloof3 has set up a channel ( ##news-northkorea ) for discussion of the recent news items on North Korea. If you're interested, please stop by. Thanks!01:35
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delirearooni: (same thing really, CLI is just a bit faster)01:35
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dgh1973SonicChao: maagimies idea is sound to, if all you are worried about is the splash changes then try that, that way you can still use the "-desktop" meta packages which are good and keeping things in line01:35
Lord-ChewYi got  a question, here it is, if i use gmailfs to hold files and then link to them from a webpage will the file go through my network or straight from gmail to the user?01:35
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benvillei have a monitor 1280x768 i have installed the nvidia drivers and xgl and compiz is working just my resolution is stuck at 800x60001:36
EddieIs there anyone here who digitally signs their email who can help me test my mail setup01:36
delirebenville: it was higher before compiz though?01:36
Lord-ChewYbenville: you need to edit xorg.conf01:36
Lord-ChewYit is found in /etc/X11/01:36
dgh1973Lord-ChewY: that depends on what the anchor tag looks like I suppose01:36
sladenmaagimies: / SonicChao: just run  'sudo update-alternatives usplash-artwork.so'01:36
benvilleyes but not right01:36
deliresladen: nice tip.01:36
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benvillewhat do i put in xorg.conf01:37
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Lord-ChewYdgh1973 <a href="/mountpoint/song.mp3" djmix </a>01:37
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Lord-ChewYdgh1973 <a href="/mountpoint/song.mp3">djmix </a>01:38
delirearooni: once the 'build-essential' package is installed, you're all set to compile C and C++ programs (like vmware in your case).01:38
dgh1973Lord-ChewY: yeah, that will go to your filesystem and will fail unless it's configured to be a web accessible area01:38
Lord-ChewYdgh1973: what would the anchor have to look like to get it right from gmail?01:38
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dgh1973Lord-ChewY: it would have to look something like <a href="https://mail.google.com/path to stuff>link</a>01:39
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Lord-ChewYdgh1973: so then every user would have to know the username/password =(01:39
dgh1973Lord-ChewY: which I suppose would not work at all because they would have to log into your gmail account01:39
dgh1973Lord-ChewY: right01:40
benvilleanyone in here a xorg pro01:40
Lord-ChewYdgh1973: anyway yeah i kinda figured it would go from google to me to them01:40
Lord-ChewYdgh1973: if i used gmailfs01:40
benvillemy monitor is a 1280x768 what do I do to get it to work01:40
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Lord-ChewYdgh1973: which would suck even more for me heh01:40
Lord-ChewYdgh1973: as opposed to hosting it myself at least01:41
dgh1973Lord-ChewY: yeah, but again it would have to be a web accessible area so you would probably want to limit access01:41
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dgh1973Lord-ChewY: if you were to host it yourself that is and use a file system anchor tag01:41
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Lord-ChewYdgh1973: i guess what i could do is limit apache2's upload speed, you know what i should read up on to do that?01:41
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AlinuxOSfabbione, FORZA AZZURRI!!! ITALY IS FINALIST! :)01:42
Lord-ChewYdgh1973: i really dont want it to interfear with my quake3 matches =/01:42
TonrenHey guys, has anyone here ever set up a 32bit chroot on 64bit arch?01:42
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hangfireeverytime I try and lower the resolution, after putting in the name and password it goes back to the old resolution01:43
hangfireanyone know whats wrong?01:43
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dr_willishangfire,  that user may have set to use a specific res.. try with a new user. and see if it still does it..01:43
Lord-ChewYalso, how can i have ubuntu save my settings so gmail/azureus/gmail notifier pop up on boot?01:43
dr_willishangfire,  or check that res change featutre and see if it has more options now01:43
hangfireok thanks Lord Chewy01:43
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hangfirethx dr willis01:44
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aroonidelire: now wthat i have installed the buiild-essential package, where do i tell it the default build program is?01:44
kaotanyone happen to know when sshd stopped using AllowHosts in sshd_config?  I thought that used to be a valid option01:44
Peregrinodelire: I just reboot ubuntu and the repos refresh went OK :P01:44
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Peregrinodelire: I think the last time I messed up with mounting the discs -_-01:44
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korozionanyone had troubles with xine-engine stuff 'skipping'01:45
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benvillehey guys still stuck on 800x600 any ideas01:46
ToHellWithGAi just wanna be sure i'm on the right page.  if i have a technical audio question i should wait for crimsun, right?01:46
SinnerGshared 20 ubuntu cd's at work01:46
SinnerGall gone :)01:46
ToHellWithGASinnerG: nice01:46
dgh1973Lord-ChewY: sorry I stepped away there for a sec, let me take a look01:46
benvillei want my 1280x76801:46
TonrenAnyone?  32-bit chroot on a 64-bit machine?01:46
SinnerGordered 24 more :p01:46
benvillexgl will look much better at that rez01:46
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SinnerGbtw, I'm switching this night 2 ubuntu (again ;p)01:46
redguyafter some testing it seems that  the ssid and the channel are not being set up during bootup. Still, both are set up when doing ifup ath0. Why would the interfaces be set up differetnly on bootup?01:46
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aroonifolks i just installed the 'build-essentail' package... and i have another program that is asking me 'what is the location of the make program on your computer'.... how do i respond?01:47
Jack_Sparrowbenville: What video card?01:47
dgh1973Lord-ChewY: try this out, I didn't look at it closely but it was the first hit on a goolge search of "apache upload throttling"... http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/linux-networking/13664-upload-speed-limiting-apache.html01:47
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benvillenvidia gforce01:47
redguyarooni, see wat which make says in your terminal01:47
redguyarooni, run which make01:48
Jack_Sparrowbenville:  You did the drivers page and kernel modules stuff right01:48
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Jack_Sparrownvidia 6600 pci-e here01:48
benvillethink so installed nvidia driver01:48
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your monitor, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto01:48
johlinI've installed thunar, how do I make it the default file manager?01:48
Jack_SparrowSorry bot I should have used !tell benville nvidia01:49
benvillexgl/compiz is working01:49
dgh1973benville: look at your /etc/X11/xorg.conf near the bottom, you will see multiple lines that have a list of common resolution types, take out all of the ones higher than your preferred res on all lines to get GDM to use your preferred res (as well as your desktop which can be set in Preferences)01:49
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Lord-ChewYdgh1973: thanks01:50
Jack_Sparrowbenville: what do you get in a term running glxgears -printfps  ?01:50
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dgh1973benville: and you can use automatix to install nvidia drivers easily01:50
ubotuAutomatix is a script that automates installation of some items. Use at your own risk. For help with and discussion of automatix please join #automatix.01:50
benvillewhat is the pastbin thing i have used before i will show you the file01:50
eternaljoyhey hey :)01:51
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eternaljoywhats new pussycat?01:51
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dgh1973benville: this? http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/linux-networking/13664-upload-speed-limiting-apache.html01:51
lampshadeWhat is the best way to make a module load on startup01:51
hangfireis easyubuntu good for installing graphic drivers?01:51
dgh1973benville: oops wrong link... http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/  <-- that01:51
Jack_Sparrowbenville: paste that to me over at #Jack_Sparrow if you dont mind01:51
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ubotuI know nothing about easybuntu01:51
Jack_Sparrow!tell hangfire about easyubuntu01:52
ubotuI know nothing about nothing01:52
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arooniso now its asking me 'what is the location of the directory of c header files that match my runnning kernel' ... how should i respond?01:52
lampshadeLoading modules anyone?  I know there is a supper easy way, but I don't remember it at all01:52
ubotuUbuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DapperReleaseNotes/UbiquityKnownIssues01:52
lophytelampshade: modprobe <module-name>01:52
ljloleli love ubuntu01:52
Ropechoborra!info gstreamer0.10-pitfdll01:52
ubotugstreamer0.10-pitfdll: GStreamer plugin for using MS Windows binary codecs. In repository multiverse, is optional. Version (dapper), package size 79 kB, installed size 260 kB01:52
earsnotthe newest gtk is version 2.10. should I compile this?01:52
no_gatez_fanI manualy edited my partition table, resized the swap and created 2 partitions I want to raid, mount, and format but cant find how to do it01:52
dgh1973I see someone added even more to it!01:52
Jack_Sparrowhangfire: What video card?01:52
no_gatez_fanfresh install01:53
hangfireI know what easyubuntu is, Im just wondering if its recommended for installing graphic drivers, although it seems that easyubuntu is somehow OT here01:53
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benvillehere is my xorg.conf http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1720001:53
dr_willishangfire,  installing the nvidia or ati drivers takes about 5 min. by following the guides01:53
hangfireati 925001:53
Jack_Sparrowhangfire: Use at your own risk pretty much says it all.. It works for MANY not ALL01:53
dr_willisthen next time about 2 min. :P01:53
gnomefreakhangfire: it is OT here01:53
arooniso now its asking me 'what is the location of the directory of c header files that match your runnning kernel' ... how should i respond?01:53
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lampshadelophyte: what about so that it does it on startup?01:53
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aroonisorry i have no idea where this dir is01:53
hangfireok, thanks JackS01:54
RopechoborraJack_Sparrow: I installed the Universe repositoryes, i could install the first package i told u but, now im trying to install gstreamer0.10-pitfdll and it says Not found. Should i download it ?01:54
lampshadelophyte: some file I add it to?  Or something like that?01:54
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earsnotshould I use gtk 2.10???01:54
lophytelampshade: one sec01:54
benvillethe rez i am after is 1280x76801:54
dgh1973arooni: usually /usr/include linux I think01:54
Jack_SparrowRopechoborra:  are you in synaptic, have you enabled all repositories?01:54
dgh1973arooni: make that /usr/include/linux01:54
no_gatez_fanis there good on line directions for manually partition?01:55
RopechoborraJack_Sparrow:  yes.. let me check.. but yes01:55
Jack_SparrowBen is that a wide screen you are after?01:55
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FreshPrincehow do i update openoffice?01:55
earsnotgnomefreak: version 2.10 of gtk is out should I cmpile and use it or wait for the repos01:55
RopechoborraYes i enabled all repositories01:56
gnomefreakFreshPrince: to what version?01:56
FreshPrincegnomefreak, wait01:56
ubotuI know nothing about modprobe.d01:56
benvilleit is a sony laptop01:56
ubotuI know nothing about modprobe01:56
gnomefreakearsnot: i would wait but thats up to you01:56
Jack_SparrowRopechoborra: click on add and click all four buttons01:56
dgh1973earsnot: if you want to give yourself a headache, go for it :-)01:56
lophytelampshade: I'm not exactly sure01:56
johlinHow do I change the default file manager from nautilus to my newly installed thunar?01:56
lophytelampshade: I believe you add it to /etc/modprobe.conf01:56
FreshPrincegnomefreak, to 2.0.301:56
RopechoborraOk.. downloading01:57
earsnotdgh1973: is it really that much of a problem?01:57
gnomefreakFreshPrince: you cant01:57
aroonidgh1973: so now it tells me the header files in /usr/include are generally for c libraries not for the running kernel.  if you do not have kernel header files in your /usr/src directory, you probably do not have the kernel-source package installed. are you sure that /usr/include contains the header files associated with your running kernel' .... what should i say?01:57
FreshPrincegnomefreak, why01:57
lophytelampshade: er, not that... one sec01:57
Jack_SparrowRopechoborra: np your welcome01:57
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gnomefreakFreshPrince: its not built for ubuntu at all atm and may never see dapper you can build it yourself but its a beast01:57
mada4 second sync? .. wtf01:57
eXCeSSin firefox, when you click the top right circle thing, how do i make that go to the firefox homepage, not the 'about me' of my distro?01:57
lophytelampshade: /etc/modules -- there you go.01:57
dgh1973arooni: /usr/include or /usr/include/linux?  the first response I gave had a typo, apologies01:57
FreshPrincegnomefreak, ok01:57
gnomefreakFreshPrince: it might make it into edgy they havent looked into that yet01:57
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fladdhi there01:57
benvillecan anyone look at my xorg.conf http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/17200 and tell me how to make my screen rez 1280x76801:57
RopechoborraJack_Sparrow:  u know i love u !!! xP01:58
fladddoes anyone know a program that can extract the sound from a video file?01:58
gnomefreak!fixres > benville01:58
gnomefreakbenville: read your pm01:58
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lampshadethank you01:58
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dgh1973earsnot: gnome has a lot of dependencies, there is a build script that can ease things available somewhere on www.gnome.org (I forgot the name of it, sorry)01:58
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gnomefreakfladd: iirc there are a few but i dont remember the names i would use synaptic and see if you see one01:58
dgh1973earsnot: all those dependencies will probably need to be upgraded along with gnome and there's no telling what that would do to a gnome-centric distro like ubuntu01:59
earsnotdgh1973:  so i'd be better off waiting01:59
gnomefreakearsnot: yes01:59
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dgh1973earsnot: yeah, but fear not, ubuntu stays up to date and edgy (next release) should be out in a few months?  Anyone confirm?02:00
gnomefreakearsnot: building something that big is normally left alone due to it can screw everything up if not right02:00
gnomefreakdgh1973: well looking like oct 25th02:00
madadgh1973: i think we are about 4 months away from edgy02:00
earsnotgnomefreak: aack, the 25th?!?!02:00
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gnomefreakearsnot: yep02:00
dgh1973yeah, that one will probably have latest versions of everything02:00
gnomefreakearsnot: on a 4 month release what do you want"?02:01
dr_willisof course by the time it comes out.. new releases of stff will allready be comming out. :)02:01
gnomefreakdgh1973: ick02:01
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earsnotearsnot:  dude that wasnt in the negative02:01
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FreshPrincegnomefreak, how long should i wait for openoffice under ubuntu.. the new version?..02:01
eternaljoygnomefreak: hello my dear friend02:01
dgh1973gnomefreak: agreed, I hear it's supposed to be "edgy", not sure how I feel about that myself02:01
gnomefreakthere is a whole lot of things messed up due to one or 2 libs lol02:02
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eternaljoydgh1973: define edgy02:02
gnomefreakFreshPrince: it wont be in dapper so i would say agfter oct 25th02:02
dgh1973gnomefreak: if I wanted a bleeding edge, half broken distro I'd use fedora02:02
gnomefreakhi eternaljoy02:02
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FreshPrincegnomefreak, ok02:02
gnomefreakdgh1973: its not half broken it is fully uninstallable02:02
aroonidgh1973: so i tried giving it /usr/include/linux and saying yes... then it said that those files dont match my currently running kernel which is 2.6.15-23-386, and that the c header files in /usr/include/linux are version 2.6.11 ... ideas?02:02
arooniis there any other place they could be?02:02
dgh1973eternaljoy: with several packages at latest or near latest versions, often trades a bit of stability for features02:02
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dgh1973arooni: hang on arooni, let me take a look02:03
dgh1973arooni: sorry man I lead you astray, try this: /usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.15-23-386/02:04
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dgh1973arooni: hopefully that will make it happy and complaint free02:04
benvillegnomefreak tryed most of them02:04
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aroonidgh1973: thanks for your help , let me try that dir02:04
benvillegnomefreak the strange thing is i have xgl/compiz working02:05
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gnomefreakbenville: might be the issue try in #ubuntu-xgl02:05
UKMattis there just a basic search equavilent in ubuntu?02:05
dr_willisUKMatt,  care to be a little more verbose?02:05
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gnomefreakUKMatt: what do you mean?02:06
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dgh1973benville: xgl and compiz will interfere with nvidia 3d glx02:06
benvillegnomefreak would you cast your eye over my conf http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1720002:06
UKMatti'm trying to do a search for pictures on my hard drive02:06
aroonidgh1973: i tried to nagivate to that dir, but its not installed in my version of ubuntu, is there anyway of getting it?02:06
gnomefreakUKMatt: beagle02:06
gnomefreakbenville: yes02:06
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delirefladd_: did you work it out? i'd say the best way is to use stream copying.02:07
benvilledgh1973 could you have a look 202:07
dgh1973arooni: yeah, try this - apt-get install linux-headers-2.6.15-23-38602:07
gnomefreakbenville: what res do you want?02:08
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ruslanhi all02:08
aroonidgh1973: do i need to start that with a 'sudo' ?02:08
gnomefreakarooni: yes02:08
dgh1973arooni: yes, apologies02:08
ruslani try to find a way to install jre02:08
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medverdi try to find a way to install jre02:08
UKMattgnomefreak, ty beagle works fine, i'm suprised something like that wasn't incorporated into the os02:08
dgh1973benville: this looks good for a 3d enabled nvidia setup02:08
gnomefreakit is installed by default iirc02:08
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gnomefreakbenville: does your monitor/video card support that res?02:09
benvilledgh1973 but need to work with 1280x76802:09
benvillein windoze it will02:09
UKMattgnomefreak, it allows you to search images, media and everything, but do you know if theres a way to find all images, or all conversations or something?02:09
Mongeyi need help, i was installing gfx card drivers and it told me to restart xorg, so i did ctrl alt and backspace,and it started to reboot now02:09
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Mongeyits stuck at the kubuntu logo02:09
gnomefreakUKMatt: not off hand without using find files/folders in the places menu02:09
benvilleukmatt find . | grep jpg02:10
gnomefreaksorry UKMatt its searcer files02:10
delirefladd_: there is probably an easier way, but 'mencoder' from the commandline may provide you with options. that said perhaps VLC or another movie playing app allows you to separate audio and video streams, and write out a file./02:10
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aroonidgh1973: ... i tried that and it said invalid operation linux-headers-2.6.15-23-38602:10
SurfnKidis anyone using i8k fan control?02:10
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charleseddyi'm a serious newb.....anyone got a tip for installing the updated firefox?  i'm used to windows, lol.02:10
ljlolelhey, so I made a symlink to something in /usr/lib/.../python//....site-packages/, and when I, sudo su www-data,  that user can't follow the symlink02:10
ljlolelhow do i make it follow the symlink?02:10
ubotuI know nothing about ff02:10
Mongeyanyone ???02:10
ubotuI know nothing about ff1.502:10
delirearooni: do you have the kernel headers installed? 'sudo apt-get install linux-headers-2.6.15-23-386'02:10
ubotufirefox is the default web-browser on Ubuntu. To install the latest version, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FirefoxNewVersion Installing plugins: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FirefoxPlugins02:10
dgh1973benville: widescreen?  or did you mean 1280x1024?02:11
medverdok gg i got it02:11
fladd_delire, thank you, i will try that02:11
ljlolelwow, nevermind02:11
gnomefreak!ff is <alias> firefox02:11
dgh1973arooni: sorry, try sudo apt-get install linux-headers-386 instead02:11
ubotuI'll remember that02:11
sjathe latest firefox is in the repositories ... if you want to have the auto update work you have to chance ownership from root to you02:11
dgh1973arooni: I forgot that it will push you to use the meta packages02:11
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benvilledgh1973  gnomefreak any more ideas02:12
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SinnerGalmost ready to say bye bye 2 windows 2k3 :P02:12
dgh1973benville: widescreen?  or did you mean 1280x1024?02:12
fladd_i have another question though, does anyone know, how to change the name of the storage drive in kubuntu?02:12
SinnerGany suggestions of what version to use?02:12
SinnerGgot cd for (k)ubuntu02:12
delirefladd: there will likely be an easy solution. if it's DV video you could try loading it into Kino and exporting just the audio..02:12
gnomefreakbenville: nope i would check with #ubuntu-xgl02:12
aroonidgh1973: now its working!02:12
ubotuI know nothing about !!02:12
benvillethey dont speek there it like a ghost town02:12
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dgh1973arooni: yesh!02:13
Jack_Sparrowbenville: What brand of widescreen .. your config just shows a generic monitor02:13
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benvilledgh1973 widescreen02:13
Mongeyi need help, i was installing gfx card drivers and it told me to restart xorg, so i did ctrl alt and backspace,and it started to reboot but it gets stuck at thekubuntu logo02:13
Jack_Sparrownot supporting your requested rees02:13
SinnerGany advice on what version to get : kubuntu or ubuntu 32/64 bit?02:13
dgh1973benville: I sent a correction that will add that res, but if it doesnt't work then I would guess the monitor doesn't like the res02:13
FreshLordbin da02:13
stefg!easysource >FreshLord02:14
benvillethe monitor is built in02:14
fladd_delire: it is a mpeg movie02:14
Jack_SparrowSinnerG: 3202:14
dgh1973benville: of course make a backup first ;-)02:14
arapehlToHellWithGA: Hey, IT WORKS! Guess what it was!02:14
dash\so I am trying to play this little game, right, and it says it needs libgtk-1.2.so.0, but a search returns libgtk1.2 and some similar ones, is this what I need?02:14
gnomefreakbenville: sorry i dont play in there any more i just pinged someone that helps in there all the time but looks like bedtime for hinm02:14
stefg!easyubuntu > FreshLord02:14
SinnerGJack_Sparrow: and ubuntu or kubuntu?02:14
LjLSinnerG: uh? whether you want *k*ubuntu or ubuntu depends only on the desktop environment that you want. whether to get the 32 or 64 bit version is another matter02:14
dgh1973dash\: yep02:14
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Jack_SparrowSinnerG: difference is Gnome or KDE desktops02:14
Jack_SparrowDo you have a preference02:14
SinnerGI think I'll take kubuntu then02:14
Jack_SparrowKDE more like XP02:14
SinnerGdont like gnome that much ;p02:14
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LjLJack_Sparrow: in what ways?02:15
benvilledgh1973 the monitor is built in its a sony vgc-v2m02:15
Jack_SparrowGnome works a little better.. Flame on02:15
dgh1973SinnerG: boo, hiss!  hehe j/k02:15
SinnerGlol :)02:15
dr_willisI normally install UBUNTU, then install the Kubuntu desktopp02:15
dr_willisthat way i got both02:15
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sjaMongey-> Have you changed your kernal from the default 386?02:15
dgh1973benville: if it will run at that res then the corrections should work (crosses fingers!)02:15
SurfnKidmassive shotout outside02:15
FreshPrincehow can i show in ubuntu which gcc version he use?02:15
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SinnerGdont get shot tho02:15
benvillewhat is the correction02:15
SurfnKidstupid kids on 4th of july02:15
FreshPrincegcc -v didnt work..02:15
FreshPrincehow an i show it?02:15
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SinnerGSurfnKid : its the 5th here ;)02:16
eternaljoybenville: do you live in smallville?02:16
gnomefreakFreshPrince: you want to see what version ubuntu is using?02:16
dgh1973FreshPrince: gcc --version02:16
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benville:) no in benville in the uk02:16
FreshPrincegnomefreak, yeah i got it.. dgh1973 tould me :D02:16
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FreshPrincedgh1973, thx02:16
SurfnKidSinnerG: even better, its all over!02:16
dgh1973FreshPrince: no prob02:17
stefg!ati >Freshlord02:17
SinnerGokay, I got 160GB for linux, 160GB I cant touch atm (NTFS / Backup of stuff I need) - Gonna store it on another HD (external) tomorrow (gotta buy it first :p)02:17
SinnerGwell, bye bye all, and wish me gl ;)02:17
benville dgh1973 did i miss it or should i wait for the corrrection02:17
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aroonidgh1973: so now it finds the directory but it says it doesnt include a 'linux' subdirectory as expected..... how can i appease this deamanding vmtools program?02:17
stefg!ati >FreshLord02:17
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dgh1973benville: check that link in the pastebin again, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/17201  - change is subtle, in the resolution listings02:18
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arooniright now its /usr/include/linux-headers...   (no linux sub directory)02:18
FreshPrincedgh1973, bash: gcc: command not found02:18
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FreshPrince.. :/02:19
dgh1973arooni: hmm, try this: sudo ln -s /usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.15-23-386 /usr/src/linux and feed it /usr/src maybe?02:19
dgh1973FreshPrince: try "sudo apt-get install build-essentials"02:20
ssuehrarooni, have you tried the vmware KB?  I've found it very helpful for vmware related problems02:20
whaleywhat is a good password management program? i prefer something gtk based, but i'm open to anything02:20
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aroonissuehr: no i was just trying to install the vmware essential tools02:20
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FreshPrincedgh1973, package failed..02:21
alexMKHow do I start and stop services? I know how to do that from the console but from the gui02:21
DuffAlright guys, I need help.02:21
FreshPrincedgh1973, do u have write the right packae name?02:21
FreshPrincebuild-essentials ?02:21
DuffI downloaded the .iso to a disc, and when I start my computer it goes to this weird DRDOS screen, and I have no idea what it is.02:22
PeregrinoCan anyone helpme wwith samba?02:22
dgh1973FreshPrince: no I dont, my bad... it's "build-essential"02:22
FreshPrinceu wrtie s @ the end02:22
benvillesee you all laterz02:22
dgh1973Duff: what did you download?02:22
aroonidgh1973: that didnt move the directory to the usr/src/linux ... directory... any ideas?02:23
benvillety for your help about to restart02:23
aroonibasically it hink i should copy the whole directory there02:23
aroonibut i dont know how02:23
benvillesee ya02:23
dgh1973benville: later man, let me know how it goes, good luck02:23
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DuffThe main .iso for ubuntu.02:23
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DuffI made my own live cd, I guess.02:23
TonrenAnyone?  32-bit chroot on a 64-bit machine?02:23
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fladd_delire: The video I am talkin about is an MPEG video and I just want to have the sound of it to make an mp3, since it is a musicvideo.02:23
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hangfireanyone know a good usenet newsreader for ubuntu?02:24
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Blissexhangfire: there are dozens, so be more specific.02:25
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Blissexfladd_: there are various stream unpackers/repackers for MPEG streams.02:25
BlissexTonren: there are some easily found web HOWTOs.02:26
dgh1973arooni: try /usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.15-23-386/include02:26
fladd_blissex: for instance?02:26
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TonrenBlissex: It seems like none of them are written for Dapper.02:26
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hangfireBlissex- well, its hard to be specifac because Im not aware of any, do you know of a good one? Im sure the repository has many but I dont want to download and try them all02:26
dgh1973arooni: and remove the symlink I had you make earlier if it's there (rm /usr/src/linux)02:26
BlissexTonren: yo can use an HOWTO for Debian.02:26
TonrenBlissex: Hmm, didn't know that02:26
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Blissexhangfire: text based? curses? GUI? GNOME?02:27
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PockyAlright guys, I need help installing ubuntu.02:27
Tom7ehello, i installed VLC by compiling from source and want to get the mozilla plugin, but it's only available through deb... but those deb files thinks i don't have vlc installed.  what should I do?02:27
pinkyWhat's a Free Software replacement for Macromedia Dreamweaver?02:27
hangfireyes with a gui, Im a dummy sort of02:27
gnomefreakpinky: nvu02:27
BlissexTonren: while Ubuntu is not Debian, Debian docs are almost all applicable to Ubuntu.02:27
pinkygnomefreak: Is that it?02:27
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gnomefreakno thats the closest though02:27
dgh1973Tom7e: automatix02:27
PockyI downloaded the .iso but when I start it up, it goes to this weird DOS screen.02:27
Blissexhangfire: you use GNOME?02:27
ubotuAutomatix is a script that automates installation of some items. Use at your own risk. For help with and discussion of automatix please join #automatix.02:27
TonrenBlissex: Wait a minute... I just relaized that I already have a /chroot/.  That's bizarre.  How can I tell which arch it's under?02:28
hangfireBlissex - yes02:28
dgh1973Pocky: I think you downloaded the server version instead of the desktop02:28
Peregrinognomefreak: nvu is that good?02:28
gnomefreakPeregrino: i like it02:28
stefgTom7e: wanted the VC1 decoder? Otherwise http://nightlies.videolan.orghas 0.8.5 dapper packs available02:28
PockyNo, I downloaded the one on Ubuntu. I don't think it's the server version... Is there any way I can check?02:28
Peregrinognomefreak: I've been looking for a GNU replacement for DW, but couldn't find one as good as DW :S02:29
gnomefreakPeregrino: pinky bluefish is also a good one02:29
Tom7estefg:  I want the mozilla plugin for VLC, i already have VLC but didn't get from synaptic, i used source.02:29
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Blissexhangfire: ahhh perhaps there is an easy solution that is really simple....02:30
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Blissexhangfire: you use Firefox?02:30
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Peregrinognomefreak: nvu only runs on Unix/Linux?02:30
gnomefreakPeregrino: no02:30
dgh1973Pocky: md5sum image.iso - if this is the number (4c7c835d244453b9a29d397e5cd973fd) it's the server02:30
delirePeregrino: nope, though that's the development platform.02:30
gnomefreaknvu is built for windows also02:30
hangfireBlissex, yes I use firefox, but I dont like Firefox extentions02:30
aroonidgh1973: so now it says that my kernel version is 2.6.15-23-386 ... and the file i gave it was 2.6.15-25-386 ....!   how do i get the same version as i currently have instaled02:30
Blissexhangfire: what you use for email?02:30
PockyIn english please.02:30
dgh1973Pocky: you want one that has a checksum of e2e5e0bfb2edffd2ce02dd77bda4558e02:30
Blissexhangfire: because Thunderbird has got both email _and_ news, with the simplest interface imaginable.02:31
PockyD: Please tell me what a checksum is. I'm new to all of this.02:31
gnomefreak!verify > Pocky02:31
ubotuI know nothing about verify02:31
Peregrinognomefreak: great! =D02:31
hangfireI use Thunderbird, but I hate Thunderbirds news reader, its worse than outlook express02:31
dgh1973arooni: ahh update the linux-image package02:31
aroonidgh1973: and how would i do that ??? :P02:31
stefgTom7e: why did you go through the hassle? 1.) use the vlc prepacked ones, they are fine 2.) at least use checkinstall in order not to bypass apt when installing from source... your only option is compiling the mozilla-plugin as well now.02:31
sjahandfire -> get PAN from the respositories02:31
RopechoborraI got a multimedia keyboard.. (didnt install any drivers) but, when i press + / - buttoms for the volume a little screen appears but the volume isnt modified why could be that?02:31
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hangfireok thx sja, Ill check on that02:32
dgh1973arooni: sudo apt-get install linux-image-386 - will require a reboot to get everything in sync (running kernel matching header files)02:32
eternaljoyhangfire: the roof is on fire02:32
hangfireyeah, let the mofo burn!02:33
pjay_lo all, trying to get cedega cvs to work i have deleted a conflicting library and now deb is not a recognised archive and i cant use synaptic ne more02:33
eternaljoyhangfire: :P02:33
PockyAlright, so when I do download the RIGHT one, what is it going to look like? When I start insert the CD and start up the computer.02:33
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dgh1973Pocky: it will boot to what looks like an already working setup (live cd) with an icon on the desktop that says "install"02:35
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PockyOh OK. Thanks. I guess I'll just download another one or something. Thanks for the help. I'll be back later.02:35
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dgh1973hang on Pocky02:35
pjay_jus download the desktop iso02:35
dgh1973Pocky: use this link - http://mirror.cs.umn.edu/ubuntu-releases/6.06/ubuntu-6.06-desktop-i386.iso02:36
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dgh1973pjay_: yeah good point, but unless he's trying to convert a mac or something it should be fine02:37
PockyThen I burn that to a disc right?02:37
dgh1973Pocky: right02:37
LA_VIPsomeone could tell me how i may connect undernet please????02:37
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pjay_burn as a disk image though durn just burn as a datafile02:37
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PockyIt's downloading super slow. Alright guys. I'll be back later.02:37
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pjay_./server irc.undernet.com?02:37
dgh1973I'm currently running the 386 on an athlon 64 x2 system, had to upgrade the kernel to recognize the dual core but other than that it supports more (flash, codec) without having to get into chrooted madness02:38
pjay_or jus add irc.undernet.com to server list and hit connect02:38
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pjay_trying to get cedega cvs to work i have deleted a conflicting library and now deb is not a recognised archive and i cant use synaptic ne more02:39
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dgh1973pjay_: what was the file?02:39
pjay_libgl1-messa i think02:39
charle97what's good to use root-tail on?02:39
pjay_and cant get it back cos the deb isnt recognised and synaptic isnt working so im trapped in a cycle or error messages02:40
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dgh1973I don't have that file, must have been a different one?  that sounds related to 3d rendering02:40
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pjay_i think it took a couple of dependencies with it cos i dont have vlc nemore02:41
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dgh1973charle97: /var/log/auth.log or /var/log/messages or /var/log/syslog02:41
mookieWhat's a good program for interface w/ ipod other than gtkpod?02:41
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Far^Sidedoes anyone know of a program like mp3info (or ogginfo/vorbiscomment) that supports ID3v2?02:41
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charle97ty dgh197302:41
Chillblanehey does anyone know how to read files on a NTFS hardrive02:41
pjay_yes mount it02:41
dgh1973I have a bad feeling that Benville isn't able to get back into his X session now :(02:41
doormouseg'day ppl :)02:42
Far^Sidemp3info only supports id3v1 :p02:42
dgh1973Sorry I gotta go all, good luck and happy hacking02:42
TonrenHey guys, will I have any trouble running 32bit Ubuntu on a 64bit machine?02:42
spikebTonren: you should not02:42
Far^SideTonren, no, you won't02:42
pjay_Chillblane: http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Dapper will tell you how to mount ntfs partition02:43
TonrenI am going to reinstall, and fly on Ubuntu wings!02:43
gandalfHello how do I get my bitrate  higher than 22M for a wifi connection02:43
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Guvnor-anyone know about pptpclient?02:43
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ryanakcaok, I made a html table... is there a program to make it display ascii? kindof like the one above this: http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/struct/tables.html#h-11.2.102:44
Guvnor-i need a lil help setting up a pptpcleint.02:44
Guvnor-anyone can help me?02:45
mookieWhat's a good program for interface w/ ipod other than gtkpod?02:45
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gandalfHello how do I get my bitrate  higher than 22M for a wifi connection02:45
ryanakcamookie: amaroK02:46
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eternaljoydoes Google Earth work on Ubuntu?02:48
eternaljoydoes Google Earth work on Ubuntu?02:48
gandalfyeah it does02:48
eternaljoyhow do I install it please?02:48
maagimieseternaljoy, yeah, it works quite good, it has crashed on me only one time02:48
eternaljoy!google earth02:48
ubotuGoogle Earth is now available, for free (only as in price), for Linux, too. To download it see http://earth.google.com/download-earth.html02:48
jleiboldwich repositories do i need to install mplayer?02:48
maagimieseternaljoy, google is your friend02:48
eternaljoymaagimies: how do I install it on Breezy?02:49
eternaljoyhow do I install googleearth.bin ?02:50
jleiboldany dapper repositories that have mplayer?02:50
maagimieseternaljoy, it's a binary, run it, it starts the installer02:50
ubotuFor lots of multimedia issues this page has the useful information you want: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  see also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - Please use free formats: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats02:50
ToHellWithGAjleibold: look at that ^02:50
eternaljoymaagimies: how do I run a .bin file?02:50
ToHellWithGAthat should get you all the repositories you need and then some02:51
ubotuI know nothing about .bin02:51
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ubotuI know nothing about bin02:51
gandalfsh GoogleEarthLinux.bin02:51
eKSeRtry    ./nameoffile.bin02:51
ToHellWithGAeternaljoy: have you tried ./GoogleEarthLinux.bin ?02:51
ryanakcaeternaljoy: chmod 755 filename.bin, ./GoogleEarthLinux.bin02:51
eKSeRor sh nameoffile.bin02:51
maagimieseternaljoy, go to the commandline, cd to the directory where the file is, and type "./googleearth.bin" without quotes"02:51
eternaljoyToHellWithGA: to Hell with you02:51
eternaljoymaagimies: ok brb02:52
gandalfsudo if you want to install system wide02:52
ToHellWithGAeternaljoy: that's entirely unnecessary02:52
ryanakcaok, I made a html table... is there a way to make it display ascii? kindof like the one above this: http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/struct/tables.html#h-11.2.102:52
eternaljoyToHellWithGA: well, lake of fire is where you are going02:52
xnull-hey how can I put 1024 on usplash ?02:53
xnull-1024 rezolution..02:53
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eKSeRedit ur /boot/grub/menu.lst02:54
eKSeRlike this  kernel/vmlinuz-2.6.15-25-686 root=/dev/hda7 ro quiet splash vga=79202:54
eKSeRwhich kernel u use02:54
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LA_VIPsomeone speak spanish????02:54
eKSeRvga=792 for 102402:55
orugola vip02:55
xnull-ekser :  defaut kernel 2.6.15-k702:55
McScrufflo LA_VIP02:55
eKSeRadd vga=792 into kernel line02:55
eKSeRthat's all02:55
LA_VIPMcScruff,  what??02:55
McScruffwe speak english :P02:55
xnull-ekser: and 1600 ?02:56
LA_VIPim chating with a latin person now };)02:56
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SurfnKidLA_VIP: PM i spiko ispanioli02:57
sladenxnull-: google for the vesa mode number for 1600x120002:57
xnull-sladen. ok..02:57
ToHellWithGALA_VIP: latin as in spanish speaking or ancient roman?02:57
soniccolI have an question , if linux doesn't support my wireless network card , how can I do ?02:57
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JenkensHi, I was curious if there's a network install or anything for dapper? I have the official 6.06 Desktop ISO I've burned, but when I boot my laptop with it it hangs on "mounting root file systems..." and I eventually get some IO errors in a console window. (This disc boots fine on another pc, however)02:57
McScruffsoniccol, ndiswrapper02:57
CHodappsoniccol, maybe ndiswrapper02:57
soniccolndiswrapper ?02:58
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:58
SurfnKidyep tacowrapper does the job well02:58
sladenJenkens: possibly the device enumeration bug02:58
SurfnKidlook at me02:58
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Jenkenssladen: yeah I found some stuff on ubuntuforums.. I don't know that I saw that one specifically?02:58
doormousecan someone please advise me? I can't get any sound from my soundblaster. I've been following the guide at  ubuntuguide.org/wiki/dapper02:58
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doormouseand when i lspci i have Multimedia audio controller: Creative Labs [SB Live! Value]  EMU10k1X02:59
sladenJenkens: https://launchpad.net/bugs/636702:59
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dash\is there an easy way to edit the server list in X-Chat?02:59
doormousethe error i get with xmms is that either a codec is missing or the soundcard is not released.. any advise?02:59
UKMattcan someone send me a link on how to install .tar.gz, I lost it and cant remember how02:59
userundefinedash\, yeah... use the New and Edit buttons03:00
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eKSeRxnull- : look at this page for ur question http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=203093&highlight=bootsplash03:00
LjLUKMatt: you don't "install" a .tar.gz, you simply extract it. it's an archive, similar to a ZIP file. "tar xf filename" will extract it03:00
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Jenkenssladen: hrm, none of that seems super specific to my problem..03:00
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dash\I mean like clearing the whole list [or a majority of it]  without manually removing each entry?03:01
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maagimiesdoormouse, is the module snd_emu10k1 loaded?03:01
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userundefinedash\, ah, probably in ~/.xchat.  I'm not sure exactly where xchat stores its lists, probably in there03:01
UKMattLjL, ya, i know its like that, but its a program and there was a site that whenever I got one i'd run though, and I cant remember how I did it03:01
spadesdash\ there is a  servlist_.conf in .xchat03:01
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UKMattljL, the problem is putting it through terminal since i need sudo rights to save in program files03:02
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TonrenHey guys, I'm dual-booting 64-bit Dapper and Windows XP, and I want to install 32-bit Dapper.  Besides the unimaginable pain of getting Wireless and Printing to work again, what trouble should I anticipate?  How should I go about doing this?03:02
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SinnerGthere :)03:02
xnull-back, also how can I put a graphical boot menu ? on grub03:02
SinnerGKubuntu :p03:02
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doormousemaagimies - thx, i'm very new to this, can't see it in the lspci list..03:02
doormousechecking the device manager03:02
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sladenJenkens: what happens if you boot in (recovery mode)03:03
maagimiesdoormouse, private conv03:03
Jenkenssladen: let me check03:03
sladenJenkens: remove the 'quiet' and 'splash' options from the boot line03:03
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Jenkenssladen: loading..03:03
doormouse sure, just got to figure out how...  (i'm in terminal.. :|03:03
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eternaljoyToHellWithGA: , The Lake of fire is where you are going, there you will burn in total agony till you are no more! thats the penalty for rejecting God03:03
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Jenkenside: failed opcode was: unknown03:04
Jenkensend_request: I/O error, dev hdb, sector xxxxxxx03:04
ToHellWithGAeternaljoy: this is not the place03:04
Jenkensthrice over now03:04
doormouseprivate maagimies03:04
eternaljoyToHellWithGA: you will reap what you sow.03:05
Jenkenshdb: media error (bad sector) blah blah.. (but i know this disc works?)03:05
Jenkensok.. now i'm at a squashfs message.. maybe it'll keep going03:05
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Jenkensnope.. more media errors03:05
sladenJenkens: can you boot with the  Media check option03:06
Jenkenssladen: alright..03:06
Jenkenswhat's that going to do or not do for me03:06
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maagimiesdoormouse, apparently freenode has removed private messagin from unregged users so let's just continue here :p03:07
sladenJenkens: just because the disk /has/ worked in another machine before, doesn't mean it's still going to work, or in this particular CD drive (which may have less error-checking etc)03:07
aroonihow do i install things like ruby1.8 libmysql-ruby ... etc via synaptic03:07
Jenkenssladen: agreed. so what's the next step.03:07
aroonii.e. how do i access synatpictic03:07
Jenkensarooni: run 'synaptic'03:07
doormousethx.. i'll try to sign up... that would explain why gaim aint' letting me in...03:07
no_gatez_fancan you software raid0 Dapper Drake?03:08
maagimiesdoormouse, first put "lsmod | grep snd_emu10k1", and see if the module is loaded03:08
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dredhammerhello folks got a question if i format a hardrive under linux will i lose space like i do with the windows file system?03:08
lostwarsubuntu is better than windoze03:08
lostwarsi'm serious03:09
maagimieslostwars, depends of the usage, lets not get all linux zealot eh? ;)03:09
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doormousegot snd_emu10k1x ... 19364... 003:09
lostwarsI H8 WINDOZE03:09
maagimiesdoormouse, great :D03:09
siriusnovaubuntu has its uses03:09
ubotuPLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.03:09
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userundefineubotu rules03:09
sladenarooni: System->Administration->Package Manager03:09
doormouseps: i haven't been able to find the simple button labeled "mute" to check the obvious :\03:10
dleHi. What are the 6.06 images called 'alternate'?  E.g. ubuntu-6.06-alternate-i386.iso03:10
maagimiesdoormouse, well, doubleclick on the volume control applet in the gnome.... I cant remember the word but its on the upper right :p03:10
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sladendle: they use the Debian-installer, in text-mode.  They are useful when setting up LVM, RAID, servers, or other special (non-Desktop) requirements03:11
maagimiesdoormouse, so now it opened the volume conf windows right? then click edit->preferences or something03:11
doormousehave 3 devices, selected is nvidia nforce2 alsa mix -03:11
dlesladen: Ah, thanks!03:11
snoopsanyone have any idea on how to bind mouse buttons to other mouse buttons?03:11
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LjLdle: "the" 6.06 images are not called Alternate. only the, well, the "Alternate" ones are :-)03:11
ToHellWithGAdo yall know if freenode has any anti-harassment policies?03:11
Jenkenssladen; alright, yeah these i/o errors keep coming so i guess i need an alternative way to get stuff done03:11
doormouseok got the preferences open03:11
sladenmaagimies: Right-Click->Preferences03:11
piratepenguinI can't believe I'm getting unresolved dependency errors with apt :/  I can't install libgnome-desktop-dev "Depends: libgnomeui-dev but it is not going to be installed"  what have I messed up?03:11
LjLdle: "Desktop" has a graphical installed and can run "live" - "Alternate" has a text-mode installer03:11
sladenJenkens: sounds like a duff disk!03:11
ToHellWithGAi find it very disturbing that eternaljoy ranted christianity at me because he found me in #ubuntu03:11
dleLjL: tks03:11
Dr4g_Does ubuntu live-desktop-cd crash for anyone while the CD is loading up the install environment????03:11
Jenkenssladen: i think this is the same RW i used to install debian on the laptop last week..03:12
sladenDr4g_: how much RAM do you have?03:12
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maagimiesdoormouse, click Master, PCM, Wave and AC97 to be shown03:12
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LjLToHellWithGA: that's as offtopic as the rant you're responding to03:12
Jenkensmaybe not03:12
Dr4g_sladen:: 1GB03:12
sladenJenkens: re-writables.  Joy.03:12
Dr4g_the RAM is fine.. its like the CD is crashing/slowing down03:12
maagimiesi can't understand why it's default in gnome to hide all the tracks but whatever03:12
sladenDr4g_: what error message do you see?03:12
Jenkensi dont suppose there is a netinst for dapper?03:12
sladenDr4g_: can you check your CD for errors03:13
sladenJenkens: yes, there is.  Look for the "miniiso"03:13
doormousehmmm... i have master and pcm.. but no wave and no ac97...03:13
harisundHello everyone ! Anyone with experience with FreeNX server on Dapper and FreeNX client on Windows?03:13
Dr4g_sladen:: i should check the CD for errors03:13
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maagimiesdoormouse, it's ok, but just check all you can :)03:13
dash\anybody care to help a nub out with some stuff?03:13
maagimiesdoormouse, now check if any of those tracks are muted, they were for me after updates :F03:13
dash\like how my sound doesn't work03:13
doormousefound a iec958 playback AC97.. spsa// went with taht03:14
harisunddash\ what stuff? don't ask if you ask .... just ask :)03:14
dash\I did :P03:14
Jenkensi see a kubuntu mini iso?03:14
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Jack_Sparrowdash\: > alsa03:14
dash\doesn't mean anything to me no03:14
Jack_Sparrow!tell dash\ about alsa03:14
Jack_Sparrowdo those do the same thing03:15
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sladenharisund: should work find.  If you have an issue, say what you are seeing03:15
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doormouseok, think we are on the right track, my SB5.1 uses the centre channel as normal headphone output, (i think) anyway, un-muted now03:15
sladenJenkens: the whole point of the mini-iso is that it just installs the base and then you   sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop  or whatever you want after that03:15
Jenkenssladen: ahh, i dig.03:16
dash\whats a good media player then?03:16
maagimiesdoormouse, so there were channels muted? weird huh, happened to me too, but only after updates :D03:16
Jenkenssladen: debian "etch" to ubuntu didnt go well ;)03:16
harisundsladen, I tried following the instructions on the wiki page, but for some reason they seem to be incomplete / missing something. I installed "sudo apt-get install freenx" and everything apparently went fine. I then went to my Windows machine, installed the client and connected to my server, and it said connection completed and nothing happened. Have I missed something?03:16
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maagimiesbtw doormouse, are you in Gnome or KDE?03:17
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doormousestill no luck, the same error message - check config, check codecs, check that the card is released..03:17
maagimiesdoormouse, or something else? :)03:17
ubotuI know nothing about drma03:17
ubotuI know nothing about dra03:17
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doormouseI am trying to play an mp3 through xmms.. i'll try a cd...03:17
kalosaurusrex!dv ed03:17
ubotuI know nothing about dv ed03:17
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ubotuSee http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html. Libdvdcss can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages03:17
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sladenJenkens: I think it may only be 'supported' from sarge -> dapper03:18
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maagimiesdoormouse, gnome or kde? if gnome, try setting the output of xmms settings to esd03:18
sladenJenkens: but unstable -> dapper should be very close;  what didn't work?03:18
Jenkenssladen: alright, well here goes the mini iso boot03:18
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Jenkensso far so good03:18
Jenkensyep, in the installer now03:18
sladenJenkens: that was quick03:18
maagimiesdoormouse, because it's quite rare to get the "soundcard busy" with SB Live because it has hardware mixing :D03:18
Jenkenssladen: indeed..03:18
Jenkens7.4mb iso03:19
doormouseI am under gnome.. I'll go searching for that "esd" option03:19
Jenkensretrieving components03:19
doormousePs: sound juicer has no faults.. but still no sound03:19
Jenkenssladen: thanks for the tip by the way. i had used the debian etch 'business card' iso (30mb) to get etch running.03:19
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maagimiesdoormouse, does sound juicer play the file like going on with it, but no sound? in that case it's the mixer settings03:20
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doormouseI put a cd in, and soundjuicer came up and could play. nothing in my headphones came out03:20
Jenkenshere goes the format ;)03:20
maagimiesdoormouse, check from the mixer settings from the input tag, theres the cd option, adjust it's volume and click the speaker below03:21
doormouseok, you just lost me - where is the input tag?03:21
abstractismhey guys03:21
sladenJenkens: you can even do it all in one go!  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/KubuntuNetboot03:22
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abstractismdoes gdesklets still have a memory leak?03:22
Jenkenssladen: how does kubuntu differ from ubuntu, though? KDE? (BLECH!)03:22
sladenJenkens: one is Blue, the other is Brown.03:22
doormousePS: couldn't find the "esd option in xmms, right clikcked -> preferences... no joy03:22
maagimiesdoormouse, when you double click the volume adjuster, you get a window, there's three tabs on top, "Playback, Input, Switches" (not exactly sure about the names, my gnomes not english :)03:23
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Jenkenssladen: alright? i figured kubuntu had kde preloaded where ubuntu had.. what gnome?03:23
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Jenkensmeh i guess i can worry about that later03:23
sladenJenkens: Ubuntu is the ubuntu core with with a GNOME desktop by default;  Kubuntu is the ubuntu core with a KDE desktop by default03:23
Jenkensnext up i guess is getting repositories set up03:24
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maagimiesdoormouse, so you found the cd track? :p03:24
sladenJenkens: they should be setup in /etc/apt/sources.list for you03:24
Barkleyanyone serve files to apple osx tiger clients? is it worth install netatalk or should i just use nfs?03:24
doormousestill h unting around... i'm in the right place now :)03:24
Jenkenssladen: will that get me stuff like mplayer and other items that can't be included in a US cd?03:25
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Jenkenslike debian had non-US repositories03:25
doormouseunder my gnome it is playback, capture, switches and options.03:25
doormousechecked the capture, CD and made sure this wasn't muted03:25
WeggBarkley: I just use Samba03:25
Barkleysamba drops certain chars still?03:26
maagimiesdoormouse, and master, pcm and wave all are unmuted and with good volume levels?03:26
Jenkens35% done with base system03:26
dash\how can you set permissions [like making them not read-only]  for a folder and all its subfolders/files?03:26
Weggmy samba server has been running for years. . . I haven't had any issues. . .03:26
sladenJenkens: enable 'universe' and 'multiverse'  (Free and unsupport;  and non-free and unsupported, respectively)03:27
doormousealthough ; still can't find the wave option on this... :\03:27
maagimiesdoormouse, well, is the audio cd playing?03:27
sladenJenkens: you'll see them in the sourcesfile, or in Synaptic/Adept03:27
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Jenkenssladen: alright.. :) and 'backports' is newer software that's untested? (odd name for *NEW* stuff?)03:27
Jenkens65% done with base03:28
doormouseaccording to soundjuicer..and the light is one the CD drive03:28
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doormousethink i might try for a plan b here...  one minute please03:28
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sladenJenkens: you really don't need backports.  the stable version comes out every 6 months...03:29
WeggI just installed 6.06 and . . . I can't get the resolution any higher than 1024x768.  Can anyone help me figure out what I'm doing wrong?03:29
Jenkenssladen: very well. :) i'll just enable the multiverse stuff and the security repositories03:30
Jenkenswe'll see how I like ubuntu compared to debian/slackware/mandrake/freebsd (since I've run them all at some point)03:30
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sladenWegg: your monitor is probaby lying about its capabilities, override the refresh rates in /etc/X11/xorg.conf03:31
AlethesJenkens:  I switched from fbsd to ubuntu -- that's how impressed I was :)03:31
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Jenkensalethes: FreeBSD is my #1 choice, unfortunatey on this 1GHz laptop compiling ports got old.03:31
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WeggI added "1280x960"03:31
JenkensAlethes: however I still run BSD on a sparc box I have in Colorado03:31
Weggbut it doesn't show up in the "Screen Resolution Preferences" tool.03:31
BHSPitLappyis OpenGL known to be buggy on Intel display adapters by default, and can something be done about it?03:32
AlethesJenkens:  I dislike how the ports get out of sync -- like if I had kde installed and wanted to update gnome, which might have common deps but just a slightly newer version03:32
sladenWegg: we query the Monitor and ask what frequencies it can handle.  The modes are then restricted to those limits to stop the monitor blowing up03:32
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JenkensAlethes: that's what portupgrade was for..03:32
dash\how can you set permissions [like making them not read-only]  for a folder and all its subfolders/files?03:32
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sladenWegg: if the monitor returns incorrect information about its frequency limits, then you will have to override them03:32
Weggsladen: well this monitor is capable of quite a bit more. . .03:32
AlethesJenkens:  yeah, I just switched to ubuntu :)03:32
Alethesit just works03:33
Jenkenswell whatever works :) hopefully i'll enjoy Ubuntu as well03:33
IdleOnehow do I get Sun java working?03:33
sladendash\: chmod -R a+w .03:33
maagimieswow, i just tried to play an audio cd on my drive and it went totally berserk o_O03:33
maagimiesweird :D03:33
BHSPitLappyIdleOne, simply install it from the package manager.03:33
jojoman02IdleOne: do you have ubuntu?03:33
sladendash\: chmod -R o+w .    even03:33
SAM_themanhey people I just got a new sound card how I configure it to work properly in ubutnu 6.06 because it sounds to choopy03:33
jojoman02IdleOne: do you have dapper?03:33
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sladendash\: chmod -R u+w .    *sigh*, *sleepy*03:33
IdleOnejojoman02, and BHSPitLappy I have ubuntu dapper and thank you  for the help03:34
dash\hehe, thanks03:34
BHSPitLappyIdleOne, did you find it?03:34
sladenSAM_theman: choppy?  So it's working, but something is wrong03:34
Jenkenswoot, i'm excited03:34
jojoman02IdleOne: go to application --> add / remove --> it should be in the list when you search for JAVA03:34
sladenSAM_theman: is something using all your CPU?03:34
IdleOneBHSPitLappy,  looking now03:34
doormouseAre you still there Maag?03:34
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sladenmaagimies: doormouse03:35
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maagimiesdoormouse, yeah03:35
SAM_themanDude I am ruuning ubutnu 6.06 on a AMD 3800+ X2 and u asking if its choppy?03:35
jojoman02IdleOne: make sure not to install the Blackdown one by accident03:35
doormouseok, just tried all those tips on my other two listed sound devices... no luck03:35
SAM_theman1GB ram as well03:35
dash\I am full of stoopied questions03:35
BHSPitLappyIdleOne, you might have to fill in the checkboxes for the commercial/unsupported packages before it will appear03:35
dash\how do you exit the manual?03:35
Jenkenssladen: here goes first boot03:35
BHSPitLappydash\, q03:35
maagimiesdoormouse, what app was it again what you used to play the audiocd?03:35
doormouseI was in soundjuicer03:36
dash\excellent :P03:36
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Jenkensit never asked me for a root password03:36
Jenkensso now i'm just in a loop here03:36
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Jenkensbah fuggit03:36
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maagimiesdoormouse, so it starts playing the tracks, the current time goes forward and so on, but its silent?03:37
arooniim not finding all packages that i need03:37
jojoman02IdleOne: also if you wanna get java working in firefox/mozilla/etc you need to install sun-java5-plugin from synaptic (or apt-get)03:37
BHSPitLappyhey, when a package in the repo is out-dated, can updated packages be requested?03:37
doormouseyep, and the cd has a whir if i change track03:37
aroonii need to get libmysql-ruby03:37
arooniand i didnt see it in syapitic03:37
Jenkensi'll use sudo03:37
dash\how do I set which browser is the default?03:37
jojoman02does anyone here know a good bit about encoding with Mencoder? like really well... if so msg me... please...03:38
BHSPitLappydash\, System > Preferences > Preferred Applications03:38
maagimiesdoormouse, it's about the "Wave" track, try to find it in the preferences once more03:38
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BHSPitLappyjojoman02, try #mplayer03:38
mookiemy install of azureus is using java 1.4 even though i have 1.5 installed how do I change this? just remove 1.4?03:38
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Sjoerd_how do I enable perl for a webserver with apache2?03:38
doormouseI have every option under preferences ticked, no wave there03:38
dredhammergot a question if i format a hardrive under linux will i lose space like i do with the windows file system?03:39
nickpresta@Sjoerd: Compile Apache with PERL support03:39
maagimiesit should should show up there o_O03:39
maagimiesHell, I myself have an SB Live card :D03:39
Sjoerd_dredhammer: lose space?03:39
nickprestaor use your package manager to select perl modules03:39
dredhammeryeah you know if you format a new hardrive or reformat one you lose like 20% of the space03:39
nickprestasince when?03:39
dredhammerif it says 100gb you end up with 8003:40
Sjoerd_what harddrive do you have?03:40
dredhammerin windows03:40
nickprestano way03:40
doormouseknow the feeling :\03:40
Sjoerd_there is GB and GB03:40
dredhammeror maybe 86gb03:40
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spadesGB and Gib03:40
maagimieshey doormouse, are you sure you selected the sb live device in the Volume control window when adjusting preferences?03:40
Jenkenssladen; here goes apt-get -u install ubuntu-desktop :)03:40
dredhammeri think its the way windows measures stuff03:40
nickprestaBitTornado > Azureus03:40
Jack_Sparrowdredhammer: Any formatting requires a degree of overhead for tracks and sectors and allocation tables.03:40
maagimiesI just tried the oss-emulating device and it _didnt_ have the Wave track03:40
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Sjoerd_no it's just that the manufactorer gives up a different GB then windows/linux etc. use03:41
dredhammeri'm wondering if  linux file system does that03:41
nickprestathere are many filesystems that can be used with Linux03:41
Sjoerd_it does not have anything to do with the filesystem03:41
SurfnKidhow do i know if the i8k module is loaded in the kernel?03:41
maagimiesbtw dredhammer, that spaceloss isn't because of formating, it's because windows creates hidden files you can't even see with the "Show hidden files" options03:41
SurfnKiddo i run lsmod?03:41
doormousesomedays you just don't win.03:41
dash\any way to set default programs for specific file types?03:42
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Jack_Sparrowdredhammer:  20% is an overstatement, not to mention the differences between 1 gig and the real number of useable bits03:42
doormousethanks for all your help, i'll have another poke around the web03:42
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SurfnKiddash\: right click file, go to open with03:42
sladenJenkens: welcome to modern operating systems, with sudo as standard!03:42
maagimiesdoormouse, ok, I hope you figure out that problem :)03:42
dredhammerwell ok 100gb unformated gives ou 92-96 gb formatted with windows03:42
dash\oh, trick03:42
SurfnKidsudo rocks03:42
TonrenGuys, I"m about to repeat an earlier question.  Sorry to all who answered, but I missed everything between then & now due to network trouble03:42
dredhammercan i expect that from linux?03:42
TonrenHey guys, I'm dual-booting 64-bit Dapper and Windows XP, and I want to install 32-bit Dapper.  Besides the unimaginable pain of getting Wireless and Printing to work again, what trouble should I anticipate?  How should I go about doing this?03:42
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Sjoerd_there is gigabyte and gibibytezaak03:42
spadesdredhammer 100GB or 100GiB?03:42
Jack_Sparrowdredhammer: Any formatting requires a degree of overhead for tracks and sectors and allocation tables.03:42
nickprestano way does formatting make you lose 4-6GB of space. no way03:42
SurfnKiddash\: yeah doesnt always work, i get a few problems running m3u files but works on other files03:42
doormouselol, there is always windoze  !! not !!03:42
doormousethanks :) later03:43
Sjoerd_http://www.marketwire.com/mw/release_html_b1?release_id=139401 <- read this03:43
Sjoerd_it explains03:43
sladenTonren: a bit of partition and an alternate isntall disk probably03:43
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robertjyou can adjust the amount reserved for bad sectors I believe03:43
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Jack_Sparrowdredhammer: One K is 1024 or 1000 .. It is partly advertising03:43
SurfnKidIm trying to find out if my Kernel currently has a specific module compiled03:43
SurfnKidhow would i find that out?03:43
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Tonrensladen: Can I have them both point to the same /home partition?  I did make it a separate partition03:43
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dredhammerok so linux file system uses the 1024 = 1byte?03:44
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m0biu5I am using sound juicer to rip my cd's, and it is making some pretty odd track lengths; anyone have any experience?03:44
dredhammerlike windows03:44
BHSPitLappydredhammer, like computers all do.03:44
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jturekhi everybody,  I have sound in GDM but not in gnome.. there is an X over my volume manager and it says no volume control gstreamer plugins installed03:44
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madadredhammer: uhmmm... yes, but it does node adressing by 4-bytes03:44
jturekI hear the drums when gdm starts... but when i get into gnome I have no sound03:44
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sladenTonren: yes, you can03:45
nickpresta@m0biu5: nope. I've always used KAudioCreator. It works well.03:45
maagimiesjturek, it's your mixer settings03:45
Jack_Sparrowdredhammer: No 1 byte is one byte...03:45
jeff303has anyone else struggled with the nvidia-glx package after upgrading to dapper?03:45
m0biu5nickpresta, i am trying to stick to gnome.. =/03:45
nickprestaah ok03:45
Big_Wolfi'm trying to install ubuntu on a thinkpad, and the installer crashes every time i get to the keyboard layout selection screen.  does anyone have any idea what is wrong?03:45
dredhammernow i have to buy a 120gb to use 100 thought i wouldn't run into this with linux, thought it was ms trying to do it 'Their" way like they always do03:45
Tonrensladen: cool.  is there a graceful way of uninstalling the 64bit once i'm done with it?  As in, removing it from the Boot Loader, etc.03:45
RadiantFirejeff303: ask your question03:45
Jack_Sparrowdredhammer: It is a problem of semantics..03:45
nickpresta@m0biu5: what about Grip: http://nostatic.org/grip/03:45
sladendredhammer: a gigabyte is a gigabyte.  A billion bytes is something different...03:46
jturekmaagimies, what do i do to change that03:46
jeff303after upgrading to dapper, using the GUI tool in the update manager, nvidia drivers no longer work... after doing nvidia-xconfig, and restarting x, get garbled video and weird scanlines03:46
maagimiesjturek, double click the volume changer :D03:46
sladenTonren: done with it?  if you're going to replace it, then just install over the top of it and keep your existing home directory03:46
jturekmaagimies, duh.. of course i tried that,  and it says no valid volume control gstreamer plugin03:47
Tonrensladen: There are certain config files I know I don't want to lose, but can't think of to back up at the moment.  But I guess I'll be able to deal with it... should I just point it at the existing partitions and tell it to format?03:47
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aroonidoes anyone know how to install ruby gems03:47
arooniinto ubuntu?03:47
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Jenkenschittttt, package 422 so far of ubuntu-desktop03:47
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Jack_SparrowTonren:  fRESS IS BEST03:48
TonrenJack_Sparrow: fRESS?03:48
Mc_cO_Byhi everyone03:48
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jturekwhat am i doing wrong?03:48
Jack_SparrowTonren: Fresh format is best03:48
Big_Wolfnobody knows anything about my question?  guess i'll just have to install debian instead then :(03:48
jtureki know that it detects the audio because gdm plays the drum sound03:48
m0biu5nickpresta, any other ideas as to why a few tracks would be labelled as 20+ minutes03:48
maagimiesjturek, well, I don't know what to do, I have never gotten that kind of error03:48
jpiccolocan anyone help me get libsvg-cairo 0.1.603:48
TonrenJack_Sparrow: I figured as much.  :\  All of my config files... FireFox extensions... the LAMP server... ndiswrapper setup... gone.03:48
Mc_cO_Byi have a netwok problem amyone help me about this?03:48
TonrenMc_cO_By: What's the prob?03:48
nickpresta@m0biu5: I don't have any experience with the software you're using so I really don't know. How long are the songs in reality?03:48
Mc_cO_Byi didn't connect to internet03:49
Jack_SparrowTonren: You will save yourself time in the long run not fighting pieces of the old install03:49
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BIAFhow do i add my new wirless pci card to the networking?, my modem/lan is found in here but not my wirless, I think my wirless IS found in the device manager area tho03:49
m0biu5nickpresta, much less than that - if i try to skip forward in rhythmbox, it skips to the next song =/03:49
TonrenJack_Sparrow: You are right.  I'm sure keeping my old /var or anything like that would just end up with conflicts between 32 and 64-bit apps03:49
Jenkenspackage 473, good god03:49
TonrenHey guys, how does XMMS stack up feature-wise against amaroK?03:50
jeff303Tonren: do you still have access to the partition?  you can back up your mozilla profile and probably the other things too03:50
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hawkaloogieTonren, imho xmms is antiquated.03:50
nickprestaI feel that XMMS is similar to WinAMP and AmaroK is similar to iTunes03:50
Tonrenjeff303: I'm on it right now.  I'm burning the 32bit Live CD as we type.  I don't think backing it up will really work, though, now that I think about it, because so many things are specifically written for 64bit.03:50
Jack_SparrowTonren: IUt is just something that can come back and bite you in the /root03:50
TonrenJack_Sparrow: Aye, I agree03:50
jeff303Tonren: stuff in the mozilla profile is?  hmm if that's the case then I dunno sorry03:51
DShepherdnickpresta: banshee is more like itunes03:51
Tonrennickpresta: amaroK has been acting pleasingly like WinAmp for me.  It lacks only a little of its functionality, but amaroK is _SO BLOATED_.03:51
Jack_SparrowBig_Wolf: You still here?03:51
BIAFhow do i add my new wirless pci card to the networking?03:51
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Tonrennickpresta: Maybe once I go 32-bit, it won't take 12 seconds to boot.03:51
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nickprestaAmaroK takes < 5 seconds to boot for me and I'm running a PoS computer03:51
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Jenkenspackage 535..03:52
Mc_cO_Bythanx my friends maybe i search my answer another place.again yhanx03:52
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Jack_SparrowTonren: You are not going to see much of a difference (Speed Loss)03:52
Tonrennickpresta: It's probably my 64bit arch.  Everything is fatter now.03:52
TonrenJack_Sparrow: I'm just looking for native wine and Flash support03:52
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arooniyay! rails installed on ubuntu linux using vmware... happy day!03:53
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jeff303has anyone else experienced garbled video with their nvidia driver after upgrading to dapper, using the nvidia-glx package?03:53
BHSPitLappyI didn't find wireless to be too bad...03:53
jpiccologar where can i get libsvg-cairo 0.1.603:53
BHSPitLappy^ ignore03:53
BHSPitLappywrong tab03:53
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h3xisi have a server running dapper and i just installed an atapi/ide iomega zip drive 100. im wanting to make it a share within samba, and i have done so, but whever i go to access it in windows from another machine i don't seem to have the right permissions to write to it. how can i change this?03:53
nickpresta@jeff, did you configure your driver?03:54
Jenkenspkg 617+03:54
Jack_Sparrowjeff303: There are some issues with upgrading over fresh install03:54
BHSPitLappyjeff303, nvidia is A-OK for me, but I didn't upgrade03:54
jeff303nickpresta: I just installed nvidia-glx, and ran sudo nvidia-xconfig03:54
nickprestaoh ok03:54
Jack_Sparrownvidia here too 6600 pci-e03:54
BIAFhow do i add my new wirless pci card in action with defailt ubuntu wirless driver03:54
Jack_Sparrowjeff what about the kernel modules etc?03:54
jeff303nv driver works just fine, of course, except no opengl03:55
Jenkenshow the heck do you see what version apt-get is going to install for a specific package?03:55
Jack_Sparrowbiaf.. Broadcom ?03:55
Big_WolfJack_Sparrow: hey, i'm here03:55
BHSPitLappyjeff303, opengl works for me03:55
jeff303BHSPitLappy: well that's bizarre... I do have Load GLX in the xorg.conf03:55
BIAFJack : what do i do to make my card seen in networking03:55
Jack_SparrowBefore you run to Debian and get Ignored in channel, what is your question03:55
jeff303BHSPitLappy: doesn't work with nv driver for me, for some reason03:55
BHSPitLappynot sure why03:55
Big_Wolf<Big_Wolf> i'm trying to install ubuntu on a thinkpad, and the installer crashes every time i get to the keyboard layout selection screen.  does anyone have any idea what is wrong?03:56
maagimiesh3xis, make sure the user samba has write permissions to the mountpoint03:56
jeff303folks who are successfully using opengl and the "nv" driver, please post your xorg.conf somewhere and link03:56
mikerejeff303: can't you just install nvidia-glx?03:56
h3xismaagimies, what group would it be under?03:56
jeff303mikere: I've done that, but when I restart the x server I get garbled video03:57
dash\any way via command line to open a GUI window?03:57
maagimiesh3xis, ummm, wait a sec03:57
jeff303dash\: gui window for what?03:57
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wildmandash\: ?03:57
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m0biu5nickpresta, i am using a different pipe now - any ideas on whether or not i can re encode those other mp3s?03:57
mikerejeff303: ah, bummer =/  Works ok on my lappy go660003:57
dash\like file manager03:57
cycomdash\: you mean run a program in a gui when you're sshed in?03:57
wildmandash\: just run it?03:57
jeff303dash\: "nautilus" ?03:58
dash\if I have a terminal open or something, is there a command I can give to have the active directory open in the GUI?03:58
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nickpresta@m0biu5: You should be able to. give it a try.03:58
h3xismaagimies, usually a simple chmod 777 <mountpoint> does it, but it's like it's completely ignoring this command03:58
dash\ah, that works03:58
Jack_SparrowBig_Wolf: No idea on thinkpad but there is a group just for thinkpad and linux03:58
mikeredash\: as long as your ssh is configured for x tunneling you should be able to just run it (x tunneling is enabled by default usually)03:58
m0biu5nickpresta, not sure how to go about doing that - let me read up03:58
jeff303mikere: no he's just trying to open a nautilus window from a terminal03:58
wildmanmikere: I guess dash\'s on the same system, no ssh...03:58
jeff303mikere:  nothing about remotely03:58
mikerejeff303: ah03:58
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dash\I am just a nub, there is the problem :P03:59
maagimiesh3xis, if the permissions are a-ok, then try fiddling with smb.conf :D03:59
eugmanIs NDISWrapper on the live cd or dvd?03:59
wildmandash\: _that_ never is the problem ;)03:59
Big_WolfJack_Sparrow: a group?03:59
jeff303dash\: if you want it to open in the current directory you'll want  "nautilus ."03:59
dash\yep, thanks03:59
Sjoerd_anyone willing to help me getting perl to work with apache2 webserver?03:59
jeff303dash\: at least that did it for me03:59
h3xismaagimies, i already have :( i cant figure out what the deal is, but thanks anyway03:59
Jack_Sparrowjeff303:  Join JAck_Sparrow and I will paste my xorg in there.03:59
cycomdash\: We have all been or still are nubs, so sweat not.  Geeze dude, this isn't #debian ;)03:59
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ruxpin__dash\: what do you mean?04:00
Sjoerd_what about your new one?04:00
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Jack_SparrowBig_Wolf: google ubuntu thinkpad04:00
cycomcyphase: I was really pleased when PCMCIA didn't work on my laptop in 5.10 upgrading to 6.06 made it work. :)04:00
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jeff303Jack_Sparrow: forgive my ignorance but how do I join that channel?  just "/join #Jack_Sparrow"?04:00
doormouseMaag - you still here ? got it fixed :)04:00
mikereWhat's the command for configuring x once nvidia-glx is installed?  I need to update my xorg.conf with more than 1680x1050 @60hz04:01
maagimiesdoormouse, what did you do? :P04:01
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eugmanHey, whats the fastest way to seach my windows partition for a file based on it's name(without picking it's extention)?04:01
jeff303mikere: the one that *didn't* work for me is "nvidia-xconfig"04:01
wildmanJack_Sparrow: use pastebin, see topic...04:01
jeff303mikere:  is that what synaptic says?04:01
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Big_WolfJack_Sparrow: ok, thanks04:02
h3xiseugman, dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg, i think?04:02
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mikerejeff303: hehe, makes me worried - I never ran it after installing nvidia-glx, it just started up and worked with native res and i left it at that04:02
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jpiccolowhy doesnt synaptic have libsvg-cairo 0.1.604:02
wildmanmikere: dpkg-reconfigure package_name ?04:02
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jeff303mikere: are you sure you're getting hardware acceleration?  if so I say leave it alone04:02
Jack_Sparrowwildman: I know the topic, but I can paste into my own channel.. Check it's topic04:02
h3m4nhow can i permenently add something to my bash path?  i've added it in .pash_profile, but it never shows up in xubuntu04:02
doormouseit was an xmms option, the output plugin was pointing at the wrong mixer, my SB mixer was labelled MPU401-UART; once i selected this all my ouput jacks became visible as audio devices04:02
eugmanH3xis, wrong question. Reconfiging my xorg will NOT find me a file in my windows partition.04:03
maagimiesdoormouse, cool :D04:03
mikerejeff303: xorg.conf says I'm using nvidia-glx04:03
spadeseugman find /path/to/win -name *search*  so the wildcard will find it w/o needing the extension04:03
maagimiesdoormouse, btw, remember to run "sudo alsactl store" so your mixer settings will be the same when you reboot :D04:03
doormouseThanks for all your time - Now i have music to listen too while i try to get everything up and running :)04:03
jeff303mikere:  sounds good then04:03
doormousecya :)04:03
m0biu5anyone know how to re-encode mp3s ripped with sound juicer if you change your pipeline04:03
doormouseWill do !! right now !04:03
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eugmanSpades, so sreach is the hypothetical fine name?04:04
jeff303mikere: I say if you can run glxgears or whatever at fast speeds then you're good04:04
eugmaner search04:04
eugmany k04:04
wildmanoups... Konversation just crashed...04:04
spadeseugman ie: find /mnt/win -name *dsc*04:04
doormouselater :)04:04
maagimiesdoormouse, bye o/04:05
Jack_Sparrowwildman: My nick is registered thanks04:05
mikerejeff303: I seem to recall glxgears used to give a printout of fps - any idea how to get it to do that?04:05
spikebglxgears -printfps04:05
wildmanmikere: glxinfo | grep "vendor string", if you see ur card's manufacturer name, u shuold have 3D accel enabled04:05
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Jack_Sparrowjeff303: I got 500fps with std install of nvidia , following the wiki it went to 450004:06
ubotuTo display the FPS in glxgears, run 'glxgears -printfps' in a terminal.04:06
mikerewildman: yep, it's there04:06
_jacky_will edgy use freetype 2.2.x?04:06
jeff303Jack_Sparrow: which wiki page are you talking about?04:06
fowlduck!glxgears @ Mika_i_04:06
ubotuI know nothing about glxgears @ Mika_i_04:06
fowlduck!glxgears @ mikere04:06
ubotuI know nothing about glxgears @ mikere04:06
wildmanmikere: well... all should be set then :)04:06
Jack_Sparrow!tell jeff303 about nvidia04:06
newbuntucan anyone send me the little drum file used for the login?04:06
mikeremeh, 3500 fps.  Spose that's ok04:07
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aXanaXaHey guys can someone tell me how to deny all connections from Chinese IP space?04:08
jpiccolohow do you see what you fps are with glxgears04:08
Sjoerd_How do I enable perl for a webserver running apache2 ?04:08
_jacky_aXanaXa, why do you want to do that04:08
phrizer"120 frames in 7.5 seconds = 15.897 FPS04:08
mikerejpiccolo: glxgears -printfps04:08
phrizeryay me.04:08
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Jack_Sparrowphrizer:   Peddle faster...04:09
wildmanphrizer: leave it running a few secs to have 'stable' readings, while the rest of the system is idle :)04:09
tmccraryCan anyone here recommend a bluetooth adapter that works well in ubuntu (preferably USB based)04:09
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aXanaXa_jacky_, why wouldn't I want to do that?04:09
jpiccolo86723 frames in 5.0 seconds = 17344.447 FPS  ----is that good04:09
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phrizerwildman, it goes from around 15fps to about 5fps if i'm lucky.04:09
wildmanSjoerd_: won't just installing the needed pkg and restarting apache2 do it?04:09
Jack_Sparrowjpiccolo:  Wow04:09
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_jacky_aXanaXa, can you give me some reason?04:09
fowlduckSjoerd_, man a2enmod04:09
Sjoerd_wildman: Not until now..04:10
mikereSjoerd_: Bet you have to change something in apache.conf, but you might try #perl for a better answer =)04:10
tmccraryhahahaha, "Windows Compatibled"04:10
jpiccolowell i guess so04:10
tmccraryYep, that's a good way of putting it04:10
aXanaXa_jacky_, I have no reason for any communication from any machines in China.  Many many attacks and spam originate from compromised machines there and I might as well block all of it.04:10
tmccraryKind of like how Apple got "Windows Compatibled" back in the day04:10
wildmanSjoerd_: strange... that's the way things worked with Mandriva, still didn't play that much with ubuntu's apache, sorry.04:10
jpiccoloanybody get kde installed on drapper amd64?04:11
fowlduckSjoerd_, man a2enmod04:11
_jacky_aXanaXa, only China?04:11
Jack_SparrowaXanaXa: You shouldnt have any trouble ... You are a new Linux user?04:11
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aXanaXa_jacky_ mainly right now.  Actually all of Asia too04:11
phrizerif anyone has any ideas on how to get hardware acceleration going on a SiS04:11
phrizer630/730 onboard graphics card. I'd be interested.04:11
frarocohello every body.04:11
frarocoHow can I install Xine?04:12
aXanaXaJack_Sparrow no I am not and I added them all to my hosts.deny file04:12
_jacky_aXanaXa, cut you net cable is ok04:12
wildmanphrizer: ah... that explains ur FPS ;)04:12
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frarocoI wanna see a DVD and VCD on my PC04:12
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mikerefraroco: did you try sudo apt-get install xine?04:12
phrizerwildman, yeah it sucks. heh.04:12
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ubotuFor lots of multimedia issues this page has the useful information you want: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  see also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - Please use free formats: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats04:12
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patrickjhow again do i upgrade to ubuntu 6.06 from 5.10, Ive added the dapper repos :P04:12
newbuntuso no-one has the login wav? i seem to have misplaced mine? the drums? dcc?04:12
wildmanfraroco: sudo apt-get install xine ?04:12
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tmccrarysudo apt-get install totem-xine04:12
tmccrarygstreamer is horrible and will be for the next year or two probably04:13
frarocowildman: the termianl said it can not find this pack04:13
tmccraryxine is pretty mature04:13
aXanaXa_jacky_, I am curious as to why you would not want to add that IP space if you are not doing business with China or need to have communications with them?04:13
fowlduckaXanaXa, call your ISP and let them know you're gettng attacked and to block those IPs04:13
RadiantFiretmccrary: it does most things well, just not so hot on DVD navigation04:13
aroonifolks i have a router that my a windows box is connected to.. and 2) my laptop which has ubuntu linux running thru vmware.  i would like to access a shared directory on the windows computer fom ubuntu, but i have no idea on how to do this... ideas?04:13
aXanaXafowlduck, I am not being attacked04:13
patrickjany ideas on how to upgrade?04:13
ubotuUpgrading to Ubuntu 5.10 breezy -> http://wiki.ubuntu.com/BreezyUpgrade  Upgrading to Ubuntu 6.06 Dapper -> https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DapperUpgrades  Note: gksudo "update-manager -d" always updates to the latest development version.04:13
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kleeshow can i grant sudo access to xhost?04:13
wildmanfraroco: not sure if it's on the 'standard' repos, cehck URLs given above by ubotu04:13
timalotquestion... i am running breezy , why should i upgrade to dapper?04:13
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frarocowildman:  so04:14
tmccraryRadientFire: I have it do all kinds of "interesting" things, the frame rate drops sometimes, audio goes in and out, it crashes totem probabnly 25% of the time on files that don't crash in totem-xine. gstreamer is not ready for the desktop yet.04:14
fowlducktimalot, it's way better04:14
kleesmeaning if i do a sudo <command> i can get a gtk app running under my user04:14
tmccrarytimalot: breezy was good, dapper is waaay, waaay better04:14
aXanaXatimalot, driver support is much better in my opinion04:14
patrickjis it "sudo apt-get upgrade" ?04:14
timalotbut anything specific... ok drivers04:14
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spadespatrickj dist-upgrade04:15
fowlducktimalot, graphically, functionally, package-availability04:15
wildmanfraroco: so what? :)04:15
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aXanaXabut I am a long time (since 1998) Debian users so I can't speak much to ubuntu's addons04:15
mikeretmccrary: do you use kaffeine at all?  It works fairly well for me in the past04:15
timaloti guess it has firefox 1.5 ?04:15
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patrickjspades: thanks, and now we wait.. :P04:15
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timalotthe thing is they are still using gnome 2.8 tho04:16
wildmanfraroco: Jack_Sparrow run a command above giving you a lot of URLs to check regarding multimedia stuff...04:16
ubotuFor lots of multimedia issues this page has the useful information you want: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  see also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - Please use free formats: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats04:16
patrickjtimalot: you talking about sarge?04:16
spadestimalot if it aint broke dont fix it? if you have no reason, then dont, wait for a reason :)04:16
wildmanfraroco: and I've just run it again, check the URLs ubotu just printed above04:16
timalotsorry gtk 2.804:16
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patrickjhow do i restore the gnome logo, from the ubuntu logo ?04:17
maagimiesMy dapper just froze on me :'(04:17
patrickjI prefer the foot :P04:17
wildmanfraroco: I'm sure u'll find all the info you need there to be able to enjoy all your movies and music, and the likes04:17
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wildmangotta disconnect for a while, back l8r... or tomorrow04:18
timalotthanks spades... yeah it aint broke yet04:18
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spadestimalot then wait for a reason, no one has a gun to your head :P04:18
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fowlduckpatrickj, cp /path/ubuntulogo.png /path/ubuntulogobackup.png; cp /path/footlogo.png /path/ubuntulogo.png04:19
ideogramhow do I benchmark my 3d acceleration?04:19
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ardchoillepatrickj: http://natsci.eckerd.edu/~bordelsr/gnomehelp/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Ubuntu.ChangeMenuIcon04:19
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fowlduckpatrickj, crude, but it works04:19
aXanaXaSo can anyone tell me any better way to deny all connections from an IP space to a machine other than using hosts.deny?  And I mean other than blocking them at the router level as this slows down my routers traversing through the ACLs.04:19
Jack_Sparrowideogram: You mean like fps in glxgears04:19
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ideogramyes exactly04:20
jeff303ok I followed the directions on the wiki, and get the same garbled video problem with nvidia04:20
ideogramhow do I get fps count out of glxgears04:20
spadesaXanaXa you can use iptables to deny connections but you'd need the ip ranges04:20
Jack_Sparrowgo to term glxgears - -printfps04:20
timalotaXanaXa, iptables04:20
Jack_Sparrowone -04:20
timalotyeah what he said04:20
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Jack_SparrowSorry sleepy fingers04:21
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patrickjyou know when you install gnome on any other distro, there is an link to the "computer" and the home directory04:21
patrickjhow do I get those on?04:21
ideogramI'm getting about 1250 FPS sustained, is that reasonable?04:21
ardchoilleJack_Sparrow: time for a nap.. or coffee?04:21
jeff303patrickj: are they not under "Places"04:21
fowlduckpatrickj, it's somewhere in settings04:21
Jack_SparrowFireworks then bed04:21
aXanaXaspades thats no problem, they are all listed 21x.x.x.x, do you think that would be a better way that hosts.deny though?  As far as overhead?04:22
patrickjjeff303: yeh, I want them on the desktop too04:22
Jack_Sparrowideogram: what is your hardware, getting 4500 here nvidia 66004:22
jeff303patrickj: dragging them worked for me04:22
ideogrami have a 6600GT04:22
ideogrambut I'm running dual monitors at 2048x153604:22
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ideogramand I resized the window04:22
bobgreen5spartickj: gconf-editor goto apps-->nautilus-->desktop04:23
patrickjjeff303: never thought of that LOL04:23
bobgreen5scheck whatever you want visible04:23
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your monitor, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto04:23
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IdleOnejojoman02, I installed java via apt-get and it still isnt working. any ideas?04:23
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ideogramok i left the window at the default size and I'm getting abhout 6000FPS04:23
spadesaXanaXa is hosts.deny something webserver specific? i think it would be better for iptables to deny ranges than to have the webserver do it04:23
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dash\ideogram :: loan me some fps then?04:24
Jack_Sparrowideogram: You are good to go04:24
dash\I could use a few more04:24
jeff303yeah I followed the exact instructions on that wiki page and still got the problem  :-/04:24
ideogramI need them all to play Half-Life 204:24
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aXanaXaspades no hosts.deny is the opposite of your hosts.allow file04:25
lufisCan someone tell me what --with-x does?04:25
Jack_Sparrowjeff303: use pastebin for your xorg04:25
esasseis this channel also for beginners in linux?04:25
IdleOneesasse, yyup04:25
dash\does GAIM allow snapping-to windows?04:25
max_nooby_noobHi guys. I'm trying to dl a file to my /home folder and nothing happens.04:26
spadesaXanaXa your guess is as good as mine =/04:26
Evilscientistso is anyone here running an ubuntu server as a domain?04:26
spadesi dont really knwo04:26
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esasseok then.. I have just installed Ubuntu and created 3 users. now I want to have a folder with all our music with acces to everyone. where is the best place to put this folder?04:26
lufismax_nooby_noob: does the file begin with a period?04:26
max_nooby_noobsomething about permission?04:26
max_nooby_noobNo: LimeWireLinux.rpm04:26
Jack_Sparrowesasse: Desktop perhaps04:26
IdleOneneed some help getting Sun java working. I installed java with apt-get restarted firefox and java still isnt working. what is my next step?04:27
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Tarantulafudgeesasse, it doesn't matter where you put it04:27
pppoe_dudeesasse, doesn't really matter...04:27
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maagimiesesasse, something like /home/shared, but i'm not sure if everybody agrees04:27
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jeff303Jack_Sparrow: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1721004:27
pppoe_dudeesasse, /music, /usr/music, w/e04:27
Tarantulafudgeesasse, personally /media fits the profile :P04:27
Jenkenshow do i get rid of the splash screen on bootup?04:28
esassethanks! :)04:28
jeff303Jack_Sparrow: actually this is wrong04:28
Jack_Sparrowjeff303: line 101 change it to "nvidia"04:28
jeff303Jack_Sparrow: this is after reconfiguring it to use nv04:28
jeff303Jack_Sparrow: yeeah04:28
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max_nooby_noobI'm only trying to save the file to home because of what someone said in a forum: You need to download limewire to your home folder-not the desk top or it will not register when you go to use alien do this by going to the toolbar in firefox04:28
Eric2How do I cd to a smb:// location?04:28
Jack_SparrowNot NV.. that is what hung me out to dry04:28
timalotEric2, u cant04:29
pppoe_dudemax_nooby_noob, why are you downloading limewire?04:29
jeff303Jack_Sparrow: ok I'm gonna restart x04:29
Eric2timalot: damn, can I mount it as a network drive then and cd to it?04:29
max_nooby_noobbecause that's the only p2p player I know how to use?04:29
pppoe_dudemax_nooby_noob, there's gtk-gnutella04:29
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Eric2timalot: know the command by chance?04:29
pppoe_dudemax_nooby_noob, it's pretty straight forward and installs more cleanly04:30
esasseis there any default shortcut to open a shell window?04:30
max_nooby_noobok thanks. I'll try that04:30
pppoe_dudemax_nooby_noob, theres also frostwire which aims to be an opensource limewire04:30
pppoe_dudemax_nooby_noob, yep04:30
dash\I just installed Ubuntu earlier today, and ran apt-get update a bit ago, but my GUI is telling me I have some 160 items needed to upgrade, is that normal?04:30
timalotsmbmount //windoze.host/share place_to_mount ...04:30
max_nooby_noobwhich of the two is "better"?04:30
GarethEric2, http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu_dapper#How_to_mount.2Funmount_network_folders_manually.2C_and_allow_all_users_to_read.2Fwrite04:30
Jack_Sparrowdash yes04:30
Eric2timalot: thanks a buch!! Appreciate it04:30
dash\shall I update them then?04:31
maagimiesdash\, "update" just updates the package lists, "upgrade" gets the new packages ;)04:31
Garethdash\, yes - most of those are small updates04:31
pppoe_dudemax_nooby_noob, i havent tried frostwire... gtk-gnutella has served me well for years... so can't complain04:31
max_nooby_noobok, I'll give it a whirl04:31
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Jack_SparrowGuys and gals, I am fading fast... see ya all tomorrow04:31
Jack_SparrowHope Jeff gets back soon04:32
dash\night Jack04:32
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juztinin kde, how do you add applications to your applications menu?04:32
Eric2gareth: thanks dude04:32
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Garethno problem Eric2, I just discovered the page myself (note if you scroll down it gives you a way to do it automatically with fstab)04:33
jeff303Jack_Sparrow: ok same problem04:33
maagimiesjuztin, right click the k-menu and edit away ;)04:33
jeff303Jack_Sparrow: garbled video after loading the nvidia driver, so I had to reconfigure to nv04:33
Jack_SparrowOk, did you do the kernel-restricted-modules as well?04:33
ewoodI have Dapper Drake on an original iMac with 96 MB RAM. I love having a modern OS that runs on this.04:33
juztinmaagimies, thanks! :D04:33
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dash\I am rather newish to linux, and I have a game I have been trying to play.  It says it needs libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3, which, as far as I can tell, doesn't exist.  Can anybody tell me what I am doing wrong, or perhaps what to do right?04:34
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jeff303Jack_Sparrow: yes when I installed nvidia-glx from synaptic it prompted for that dependency, and I did install them04:34
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farkyYou know what fixes a lot of things?04:35
Jack_Sparrowjeff303:  Just trying to figure out where it all went wrong for you.. Frankly... too tired to be any good04:35
TonrenHey guys, I'm installing Dapper 32bit over an existing 64bit installation... Right now my NTFS partition is 60 GB and my /home partition is only 10 GB.  I'd like to change that to 30 and 40GB, respectively, but I... like... can't.04:35
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jeff303Jack_Sparrow: well thanks for your suggestion anyhow, and the help04:35
maagimiesdash\, would "libstdc++6" be the package you want?04:35
Jack_Sparrownp goodnight all.04:35
TeqonixHmm.. Does Dapper (Server Ed) require a swap partition? Because I don't see an option to let me set this partition as one.04:35
dash\maagimies :: thats what I was asking, I don't know04:35
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frarocoHow can I install Xine?04:36
frarocoI wanna see a DVD and VCD on my PC04:36
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Healot!info xine-ui04:37
ubotuxine-ui: the xine video player, user interface. In repository universe, is optional. Version 0.99.4-0ubuntu6 (dapper), package size 1567 kB, installed size 3512 kB04:37
Healot!info libxine-extracodecs04:37
ubotulibxine-extracodecs: the xine video/media player library, binary files. In repository multiverse, is optional. Version 1.1.1+ubuntu1-2 (dapper), package size 1148 kB, installed size 2976 kB04:37
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timalotdash\, the pacakge libstdc++2.10-glibc2.2 seems to contain the file u want04:37
Jenkenshrm alright04:38
dash\timalot :: thanks04:38
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Jenkenshow would i go about changing my default window manager in 6.06? I cannot seem to find this in the wiki04:38
max_nooby_noobpppoe: I'm trying to figure out where gtk-gnutella saves downloaded files. Can u give me a hand please04:38
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IdleOneafter installing sun java do i need to point firefox to the new version?04:39
max_nooby_noobI dl'd a file but can't find it :(04:41
IdleOnemax_nooby_noob, probably on the desktop04:41
IdleOneor do a locate filename in terminal04:41
GardenGnome_hi - i'm trying to install mame, but it doesn't show up in synaptic, and it can't be found using apt-get.  i have the universal and multiverse repositories in my config..  help?04:42
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frarocoHow can I install Xine?04:42
frarocoI wanna see a DVD and VCD on my PC04:42
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charle97frarco, use synaptic04:42
frarocoHow can I install Xine? I wanna see a DVD and VCD on my PC04:42
max_nooby_noobfound it, thanks04:42
frarococharle97: yeah and how..04:43
ewoodmax_nooby_noob, how about vlc?04:43
bcronApplications - System - Synaptic and type xine on the search04:43
ewoodThat app rocks the house04:43
ubotuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource04:43
frarococharle97: what do I need to download?04:43
GardenGnome_fraroco: you might want to look into automatix.04:43
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LjLGardenGnome_: you're possibly looking for the "xmame-x" package04:43
ubotuAutomatix is a script that automates installation of some items. Use at your own risk. For help with and discussion of automatix please join #automatix.04:44
ubotuTo display the FPS in glxgears, run 'glxgears -printfps' in a terminal.04:44
charle97fraroco, just choose xine and synaptic will take care of the dependencies04:44
maagimiesfraroco, sudo apt-get install libxine-extracodecs totem-xine04:44
max_nooby_noobis totem the better mp3 playe?04:44
CornelliusIs E17 stable ?04:44
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charle97max, i like amarok04:44
maagimiesmax_nooby_noob, I think it excels better as a movie player then a mp3 one :)04:44
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timalotmax_nooby_noob, i like Rhythmbox04:45
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farkyCornellius: its still in beta i think04:45
max_nooby_noobI just d-clicked the mp3 file and it automatically loaded in totem04:45
maagimiesand amarok roxxors my sockors so to speak04:45
IdleOnecan somebody please help me with java?04:45
GardenGnome_LjL:  yes, i've looked up the names on ubuntuforums, and have searched for them explicitly, but also for mame and xmame.  nothing.04:45
frarocomaagimies: it said " operation invalid"04:45
farkyCornellius: just use the alpha versions of firefox04:45
auge02yes i can help you on java04:45
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LjLGardenGnome_: "mame" and "xmame" don't exist, but "xmame-x" does, as well as a few others. it's in multiverse. if you don't have it, then you don't really have multiverse enabled04:46
IdleOneauge02, i installed java with apt-get but it still isnt working04:46
Cornelliusfarky: ... Do you know what e17 is ?04:46
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maagimiesfraroco, weird, it works for me04:46
GardenGnome_e.g., xmame-sdl, xmame-vga, xmame-gl, etc.04:46
farkyCornellius: my bad, thought it said IE704:46
maagimiesfraroco, have you got the universe and multiverse repos activated?04:46
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auge02and the java path?04:46
IdleOneauge02, java path?04:47
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IdleOnewhat do you mean>?04:47
frarocomaagimies: I do not know that.04:47
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auge02variable JAVAHOME and outher classpath?04:47
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max_nooby_noobI'm so close to deserting XP04:47
ttyfsckerso how is 6.06 compared to 5.10?  ive been using debian "testing" for a while.. just wondering if it would be beneficial to slap on ubuntu 6.06 when i get my cds in from shipit, or if you all might prefer "etch" over 6.0604:47
GardenGnome_LjL:  i'm inclined to believe it's not enabled, however, my .config file and the repositories section of synaptic show them as enabled.04:47
LjLGardenGnome_: please use the pastebin to post your /etc/apt/sources.list - i think your multiverse is not correctly enabled. also, try "sudo apt-get update" if you haven't already04:48
farkymax_nooby_noob, same here i just need ventrilo and good game support04:48
IdleOneauge02, I dont understand what you are talkingabout04:48
farkymax_nooby_noob: a "native" ventrilo04:48
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max_nooby_noobI need a framemaker equivalent and good game support and I think I'm out.04:48
LjLGardenGnome_: does it show the multiverse of repository "dapper" enabled, or the multiverse of repository "dapper-updates" and/or "dapper-security"?04:48
auge02give me 5 min please04:48
frarocomaagimies: how can I make it?04:48
IdleOneauge02, ok04:48
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timalotIdleOne, what happens when u type java at the bash prompt04:49
max_nooby_noobActually, I'm trying Scribus (as a Framemaker equiv)04:49
ttyfsckeralso is there any known issues with =>2.6.15 and udev =>0.93?04:49
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ewoodttyfscker, why not let apt-get update you to 6.06?04:49
max_nooby_noobhow about sync'ing files?04:49
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ttyfsckerewood, from debian?04:49
whiterhello i need a little help04:49
ttyfsckerewood, that wouldnt be too wise04:49
farkymax_nooby_noob: what's framemaker?04:49
whiteri did a server install and then i did "apt-get install gnome-desktop"04:49
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max_nooby_noobdesktop publishing app04:49
charle97fraroco, edit /etc/apt/sources.list04:49
ewoodI guess. The update application gave me the option, and I took it. It was on a fresh-install system, but it turned out perfect.04:49
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max_nooby_noob= Adobe04:49
whiterand i suppose it all installed... but now i cant "startx" because X11 isnt installed so does anyone know how to install X11 ?04:50
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IdleOnetimalot, I get a list of options04:50
whiterbecause apparently it didnt get installed along with gnome-desktop04:50
timalotso its going then04:50
ttyfsckerwhiter,  sudo apt-get install xorg04:50
charle97fraroco, you'll need to uncomment some lines04:50
whiterbrb gotta close irssi to do it04:50
farkymax_nooby_noob: oh, have you used cedega?04:50
maagimieshas anyone here having their Dapper lock up few times a day?04:50
maagimiesit really bogs me :E04:50
david_hi, i have recently burned the version of ubuntu 6.06, but i think its the cds that i have, because i cant get them to work, at all.. so, i have been trying to upgrade my ubuntu without a cd, but while trying to run this command: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade, i get this error: "E: This installation run will require temporarily removing the essential package e2fsprogs due to a Conflicts/Pre-Depends loop. This is often04:50
david_bad, but if you really want to do it, activate the APT::Force-LoopBreak option.04:50
david_E: Internal Error, Could not early remove e2fsprogs" can anybody help?04:50
ttyfsckerwhiter u can ctrl alt F204:50
max_nooby_noobbetter than scribus?04:50
charle97maagimies, no04:50
ttyfsckerand to get back its ctrl alt F104:51
auge02make a query please04:51
kleesis there a way to have a background for the font on the desktop icons04:51
maagimieswell I guess I'm alone then apart from few forum members :(04:51
frarococharle97:  I need make what??04:51
GardenGnome_LjL: im not familiar with pastebin.  it shows dapper-security and dapper-backports multiverse04:51
LjLGardenGnome_: it should also show dapper multiverse04:52
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (you can always find it in the channel topic, among other useful things)04:52
charle97david, have you tried commenting out lines in your sources.list that look for your drive04:52
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HivemindHey everybody!04:52
farkymax_nooby_noob: no it's for windows game support, but it takes a subscription. there is the CVS version of it but it doesnt have the same support04:52
whiter"apt-get install xorg" doesnt work at whoever told me to do that...04:52
spadeswhiter try xserver-xorg04:52
timalotIdleOne, do you want the java web browser plugin?04:52
max_nooby_noobfarky: cool04:53
IdleOnetimalot, yes i believe I do...want to be able to play games on pogo04:53
GardenGnome_LjL:  thanks for the help, I'll look a little closer at the repositories.04:53
david_i havent commented anything out... i would paste it and show what it says, but i know i just wrote a very long message, dont want to keep doing it :)04:53
ubotucedega is a project based on wine, aimed at running windows games on Linux. For more info, see http://wiki.ubuntu.com/Cedega04:53
frarocoHow can I install Xine? I wanna see a DVD and VCD on my PC04:53
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frarocoHow can I install Xine? I wanna see a DVD and VCD on my PC04:53
frarocoHow can I install Xine? I wanna see a DVD and VCD on my PC04:53
leonza99join #gusla04:53
frarocoHow can I install mplayer? I wanna see a DVD and VCD on my PC04:53
charle97david, comment out the lines that look for your drive04:53
farkyfraroco: callm down04:53
frarocofarky:  so help me?04:53
bcronI spelled it out a long time ago fraroco04:53
IdleOnefraroco, patience04:54
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ubotuI know nothing about xine04:54
bcronfraroco: Applications - System - Synaptic and type xine on the search04:54
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IdleOnefraroco, sudo apt-get install xine04:54
TonrenHey guys, if I'm in GParted and I copy a partition, then delete the original, will that work?04:54
Tom7ehow do you empty the trash from terminal?04:54
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frarocoIdleOne: I have tried it at long tiem and It does not work04:55
HivemindI'm in a bit of a pickle. I installed Ubuntu via the alternate CD (The LiveCD installer was too big, screen resolution issues) and I keep getting Error 18 in GRUB.  That is, my boot sector(?) is too big.04:55
HivemindHow do I fix this? ('m rather new)04:55
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IdleOnefraroco, what error do you get?04:56
spadesHivemind how big is your harddrive?04:56
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Hivemind80GB (I'm installing Ubuntu onto the second one, hdb)04:56
spadeshow big is that one?04:56
frarocoIdleOne: I wiil paste it in a privated messange04:56
charle97fraroco, you'll probably need to edit your /etc/apt/sources.list file to activate the required repositories04:56
IdleOne!tell fraroco about repos04:57
Tom7ehow do you load the trash in nautilus from prompt?04:57
spadeshmm, i know when i do debian installs on 250gb drive i need to make a 100mb /boot partition to get around that grub error, maybe try that?04:57
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spadesTom7e cd into ~/.Trash or .trash and rm *04:57
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Hivemindspades: M'kay. Manual partitioning then?04:58
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spadesHivemind yea =/04:58
IdleOnetimalot, you still there?04:59
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max_nooby_noobis there a special program for sync'ing files on an xp laptop and ubuntu desktop?04:59
timalotIdleOne, yeah hold on04:59
IdleOnetimalot, k :)04:59
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Jenkenshow do i change my window manager, sorry to ask again? did I miss it04:59
ardchoilleJenkens: you using gnome?04:59
HivemindWell, I'm going to learn how to do that. Thanks a lot spades.05:00
Jenkensardchoille: currently in a shell, so n.05:00
Jenkenser, no.05:00
spadesHivemind the manualr partition isnt hard05:00
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Hivemindspades, good to know.05:00
ardchoilleJenkens: I changed my window manager in gnome from Metacity to openbox, here's a link I followed.. it may help you: http://natsci.eckerd.edu/~bordelsr/gnomehelp/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Ubuntu.ChangeMenuIcon05:01
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Jenkensardchoille: i dont think that is the right link? that's just a link to change an icon?05:01
timalotIdleOne, ok do u have the /usr/lib/j2sdk1.5-sun/jre/plugin/i386/ns7 directory?05:01
ardchoilleJenkens: sorry, that was the wrong URL. Try this one: http://natsci.eckerd.edu/~bordelsr/gnomehelp/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Gnome212.WindowManager05:01
orcdestroyerwelll... I was trying to load my motherboard /lib/modules/2.4.31/kernel/drivers/net/sk98lin.o.gz05:01
orcdestroyerand show up some error... why didn't load?  /sbin/modprobe sk98lin05:02
IdleOnetimalot, how do i check ?05:02
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timalotIdleOne, in the command line type ls /usr/lib/j2sdk1.5-sun/jre/plugin/i386/ns705:02
ardchoilleJenkens: that method has worked for me with several different window managers05:02
ubotuI know nothing about lm-sensors05:02
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IdleOnetimalot, no I dont have that05:03
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timalotIdleOne, type whereis java05:04
Jenkensardchoille: interesting..05:04
IdleOnetimalot,  whereis java05:04
IdleOnejava: /usr/bin/java /etc/java /usr/bin/X11/java /usr/share/java /usr/share/man/man1/java.1.gz05:04
max_nooby_noobHow does one make an app like rhythmbox the default appfor playing mp3s?05:04
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timalotIdleOne, hahah .. no in the bash command prompt05:05
IdleOnebash command prompt05:05
edgyHi, awstats in dapper has a cron entry of: 0,10,20,30,40,50 * * * * www-data [ -x /usr/lib/cgi-bin/awstats.pl -a -f /etc/awstats/awstats.conf -a -r /var/log/apache2/access.log ]  && /usr/lib/cgi-bin/awstats.pl -config=awstats -update >/dev/null. How www-data user is supposed to read access.log file which is readable only by root or adm?05:05
timalotIdleOne, in the terminal05:06
auge02java -classpath ... bla.java05:06
IdleOnetimalot, I did and the second part was the output05:06
timalotok now type ls -l /usr/bin/java05:06
max_nooby_noobnm, figured it out05:07
TonrenHey guys, idiot check:05:07
TonrenAny reason not to make my /home partition FAT32?05:07
lurker99 edgy: what group is www-data in?05:07
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necritehi all05:07
ttyfsckertimalot, what are you trying to do?05:08
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auge02group ww-data05:08
IdleOnetimalot, lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 22 2006-03-05 10:49 /usr/bin/java -> /etc/alternatives/java05:08
edgylurker99: only www-data group as far as I can tell05:08
timalotIdleOne, ok now ls -l /etc/alternatives/java05:08
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IdleOnetimalot, /usr/lib/j2re1.5-sun/bin/java05:09
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ttyfsckerIdleOne,  if your trying to install java 5.0 you should just get the .bin installer from sun's website05:09
timalotttyfscker, trying to find where java is installed05:09
timalotIdleOne,  ok no cd /usr/lib/j2re1.5-sun/05:09
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ttyfsckerand then when you get it installed cp  the install directory from where you installed05:09
ttyfsckerlike if you extracted the bin from your home directory05:09
necritei have problems to run gnome apps with las stable ubuntu and xgl05:09
IdleOnetimalot, ok05:09
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timalotIdleOne, now just ls05:10
ttyfsckeryou would just do cp /home/yourname/jre-versionthatsthere  /usr/java05:10
derekHow do I install tar.gz files on ubuntu?05:10
ubotuFiles with extensions .tar, .gz, .tgz, .zip, .bz2, .7z, .ace and other archive file formats can be opened with file-roller (gnome) or ark (kde)05:10
ttyfsckerbut be sure that you mkdir /usr/java first05:10
dash\alright, xmms sucks, whats better?05:10
IdleOnetimalot, bin      COPYRIGHT  javaws  LICENSE  plugin  THIRDPARTYLICENSEREADME.txt05:10
IdleOneCHANGES  debian     lib     man      README  Welcome.html05:10
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ubotuWords like noob, jfgi, stfu or rtfm are not welcome in this channel. Period.05:10
ttyfsckerdash\, beepmediaplayer is gtk2 based version of xmms05:10
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dereksorry, brother was on the computer05:11
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ubotusamba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT05:11
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PetrolBombAnyone know a util to unpack PBP files05:11
ubotuI know nothing about lol05:11
ubotuI know nothing about op05:11
ttyfsckerIdleOne, a lot of stuff wont run right unless you have the official JRE from the webpage in /usr/java or /opt/java05:11
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ubotuHelp! lilo, hedgemage, lamont, Keybuk, jdub, Amaranth, tritium, ajmitch, crimsun, ogra, CarlK, Seveas, Burgundavia, apokryphos, thoreauputic, nalioth, Madpilot, ompaul, rob, Hobbsee or gnomefreak!05:11
ubotuI know nothing about os05:11
ttyfsckerthat means debs dont count05:11
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ttyfsckerfor instance frostwire wont run on debian's jre version05:11
timalotIdleOne, type find -name plugin05:11
ubotuI know nothing about gnomefreak05:11
ubotufrostwire is a totally open source version of Limewire.  For installation help, please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FrostWire05:12
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ttyfsckerderek why dont you shut the fuck up05:12
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ubotuPlease watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.05:12
juztinin kde, how do i make it so double-clicking the title bar scroll the window up instead of maximizing?05:12
max_nooby_noobDoes ubuntu need more memory than xp to run flawlessly or is the choppy element a matter of my vid card (Radeon 9800 256M)05:12
martinhello - I have a quick question about 6.06 and smp. I know older releases of ubuntu had -smp kernels, but I can't see any information on smp in 6.06 - is the smp module part of the standard k8 kernel?05:12
cappicardI hate it when my first name gets said  and xchat flashes my window...05:12
IdleOnetimalot, in ./plugin I have i38605:12
gnomefreakIdleOne: ???05:13
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edgylurker99: may be I need just to remove the username from the file or replace it with root? any problem in this?05:13
IdleOnegnomefreak,  :)05:13
timalotIdleOne, ok i didnt see that b4, go into ./plugin/i38605:13
spadesgnomefreak scroll up, bot abuse05:13
cappicardDerek just happens to be my first real name.05:13
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timalotIdleOne,  cd ./plugin/i386 , then ls05:13
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xxyyzzCan you get iTunes for Ubuntu?05:13
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IdleOnetimalot, I have ns7 and ns7-gcc2905:14
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necritemmm any ide why i cant run any gnome apps witk ubuntu deeper05:14
timalotIdleOne,  ok now type cd ns705:14
martindoes anyone know about the k8 kernel and smp?05:14
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xxyyzzDoes Ubuntu come with a program that plays mp3s? Or is it possible to get one for free? Where should I look for more information?05:15
IdleOnetimalot, libjavaplugin_oji.so05:15
Garethin what regard martin?05:15
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martinxxyyzz: xmms, or amarok are popular choices05:15
charle97!restricted formats05:15
gnomefreakttyfscker: now watch your language05:15
timalotIdleOne,  ok then ln -s `pwd`/libjavaplugin_oji.so ~/.mozilla/plugins05:15
TeqonixUh-oh.. 'The security updates on security.ubuntu.com couldn't be accessed.'05:15
ubotuFor lots of multimedia issues this page has the useful information you want: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  see also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - Please use free formats: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats05:15
xxyyzzmartin, cool thanks, do they come with it, or do I have to download them?05:15
martingareth: is the -k8 kernel smp enabled?05:15
ttyfsckeralright gnomefreak05:15
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martinxxyyzz:you can get them with apt-get05:16
IdleOnetimalot, ok done05:16
ttyfsckerIdleOne,  ok im back.. ill help you get java05:16
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timalotIdleOne, to check type ls -l .moziila/plugins/libjavaplugin_oji.so05:16
nargis there a problem with nvidia drivers and the newest i686 kernel?05:16
ttyfsckeryou need the binary install version for a lot of apps to run right05:16
lurker99edgy: i would have expected the package install to take care of the perms.  if i was hacking, i'd probably add the www-data to the adm  group.  but i'm not a SME...05:16
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Garethmartin, yeah - the precompiled one available via apt/synaptic is SMP enabled05:16
dash\where can I find equalizer presets for media players like beep?05:17
martinxxyyzz: amarok needs gstreamer for mp3's05:17
IdleOnetimalot, ls: .moziila/plugins/libjavaplugin_oji.so: No such file or directory05:17
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martingareth: but not on the 6.06 live cd?05:17
ttyfsckerIdleOne,  do a locate java05:17
xxyyzzmartin, how would I find out if I have gstreamer? is it standard with ubuntu, or do you have to apt-get it?05:17
ttyfsckerand it will output a lot05:17
charle97martin, amarok need libxine-extracodecs05:17
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ttyfsckerbut look for /usr/lib/jvm  in that05:17
ttyfsckerand see if you have that05:17
timalotIdleOne, sorry its type ls -l ~/.moziila/plugins/libjavaplugin_oji.so05:17
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Garethmartin, good question - to be honest, I'm not sure as that is the amd64 generic rather than the k805:18
charle97xxyyzz, use the search in synaptic05:18
ttyfsckertimalot,  they might be in /usr/lib/mozilla  /usr/lib/firefox  or /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox05:18
martinxxyyzz: run these commands for amarok.....05:18
beerfananyone know of a better graphics program than Krita? (i.e., doesn't require kde05:18
martinxxyyzz: sudo apt-get install amarok05:18
martinxxyyxx: sudo apt-get install gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly libxine-extracodecs05:18
fowlduckbeerfan, blender?  or gimp?  what kind of graphics?05:18
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martingareth: it reports -k8 rather than generic05:19
xxyyzzOh okay05:19
beerfanfowlduck, just simple graphics. gimp is seriously gimped imo :-)05:19
xxyyzzapt-get has a lot of stuff in it... is there a list of all the stuff I can find somewhere?05:19
maagimiesbeerfan, tuxpaint is the best ;P05:19
xxyyzzIt would be good if the list had categories...05:19
xxyyzzLike "mp3 players" and "movie players", etc.05:19
maagimiesxxyyzz, synaptic? :D05:19
charle97xxyyzz, use synaptic05:19
xxyyzzmaagimies, other than synaptic... I find it hard to use =/05:19
martinxxyyzz - you can search apt using apt-cache search <package>05:19
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xxyyzzIf I have to use synaptic I guess I can learn it.05:19
IdleOnetimalot, /home/idleone/.mozilla/plugins/libjavaplugin_oji.so -> /usr/lib/j2re1.5-sun/plugin/i386/ns7/libjavaplugin_oji.so05:19
ardchoillebeerfan: I have made some pretty sophisticated graphics in the gimp.. I found that one just needs to learn to use gimp05:19
xxyyzzmartin: so apt-cache search * <- will list all packages?05:20
charle97synaptic is simple to use05:20
fowlduckbeerfan, tuxpaint, kpaint?05:20
Garethmartin, try running uname -v05:20
fowlduckbeerfan, karbon14?05:20
bh4twhi, is there any tutorial for making an ubuntu box a wireless access point?05:20
timalotIdleOne, ok , restart firefox, then type about:plugins in the location bar05:20
Garethif it's smp enabled it should say "SMP PREEMPT"05:20
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maagimieshmm, you really can't get any simpler then tuxpaint05:20
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beerfanardchoille, I won't dispute gimps power. I just can stand it.05:20
martinxxyyzz: I'm not sure - there are a *lot* of packages!05:20
ardchoillebeerfan: ahh, fair enough05:20
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fowlduckbeerfan, inkscape05:20
fowlduckbeerfan, go search on sourceforge.net05:20
beerfanfowlduck, wow, thanks for all the names05:20
xxyyzzIs there a manual on synaptic somewhere?05:21
fowlduckbeerfan, no problem :)05:21
ardchoillefowlduck: indeed, good job :)05:21
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beerfanlots I never heard of05:21
timalotIdleOne, u should see Java(TM) Plug-in  there... if so it's already to go05:21
edgylurker99: I guess to give www-data more powerful permission is a security risk but I can't tell to which extent05:21
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martingareth: "#1 SMP PREEMPT Wed Jun 14 11:39:18 UTC 2006"05:21
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Garethmartin, then you're good to go for SMP05:21
maagimieswell xxyyzz, star synaptic and press F1 :)05:21
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ttyfsckerIdleOne,  it shouldnt have to be listed in your firefox's about:plugins to work though..   firefox calls the java exec from its default locations.. and it doesnt put them in the plugins directory all the time... some people wonder why they have java when they dont have the plugin in their default plugins directory cuz of that05:22
ShigunCan I get some assistance?  I'm having some weird problem with my computer freezing05:22
xxyyzzmaagimies, thank you!05:22
beerfanfowlduck, I guess a lot of those are kde apps05:22
xxyyzzI am still learning ubuntu05:22
xxyyzzAnd you guys are very helpful :-)05:22
fowlduckbeerfan, i'm in kde, was just spouting what I knew05:22
hey560lmao @ ttyfsker05:23
martingareth: thanks buddy.... wasn't entirely sure. I've got both processors working, but that doesn't necessarily mean SMP, does it?05:23
hey560what a nick05:23
ardchoillexxyyzz: This is the best channel on freenode, IMHO :)05:23
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beerfanfowlduck, np. I tried out krita but it doesn't seem to integrate with gnome very well so I figured all kde apps don't05:23
xxyyzzardchoille, they keep me coming back =-)05:23
Garethmartin, how do you know you have both procs going?05:23
martingareth: I mean, it's not necessarily pushing individual threads of a single ap to different CPUs...05:23
xxyyzzI'll probably keep coming back 'til I learn all of linux.05:23
xxyyzzBut that will never happen, heh05:23
ardchoillexxyyzz: that's the plan ;)05:23
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martingareth: I've got conky set up, graphing cpu1 and cpu205:24
fowlduckbeerfan, yeah, integration is the key word.  They work well in gnome, just don't integrate so well05:24
timalotttyfscker, for the plugin to work it has to be in about:plugins05:24
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patrickjIm working on a wallpaper and i need a nice huge transparent ubuntu logo05:24
patrickjgot one?05:24
ttyfsckertimalot, no it dont... if its in /usr/java/j*  or /opt/java/* it will work with firefox05:24
charle97martin, what's the code you use to graph cpu1 and cpu2?05:24
ShigunAnybody?  These freezing issue is making me doubt Ubuntu.  Never had it with Gentoo or Winblows, and I have no clue whats causing it05:24
IdleOnetimalot, thank you  for your help it is working now...you should add to the wiki page :)05:24
ttyfsckerif the java executable is there that is05:24
martincharle97 - what, in the .conkyrc?05:25
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timalotIdleOne, np... i might do that05:25
charle97martin, yea .. . i could never get that to work05:25
Garethmartin, does the graph show them being basically unrelated to eachother?  they're not displaying the same usage or anything, I'm guessing - you'd probably pick up on that05:25
martincharle97: ${color}CPU1:${color white} ${cpu cpu1}%05:26
martin${cpugraph cpu1 40,275 000000 7f8ed3}05:26
martin${color}CPU2:${color white} ${cpu cpu2}%05:26
martin${cpugraph cpu2 40,275 000000 7f8ed3}05:26
ewoodShigun, what is the issue exactly?05:26
martinmartin - sorry about the flood, I should have put that on one line05:26
ewoodShigun, your computer just pauses periodically?05:26
charle97martin, thanks ... i'll try right now05:26
Shigunewood: My computer hard freezes.  Its only happened since I have installed Ubuntu, usually happens once or more a day, requires me to reboot my computer05:26
ardchoillepatrickj: there are a few pages of Ubuntu logos in the wiki05:26
patrickjkk, thanks05:27
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maagimiesShigun, join the club, now theres you AND me :D05:27
martingareth: yeah, they are both different. I originally had one showing both - and one showing a single cpu - If I remember, cpu0 reports on both processors at the same time05:27
martingareth: although each one is stuck up on 100% at the moment as they are both crunching numbers for f@h05:27
bloc76anyone running ubuntu on a production server?05:27
ewoodShigun: Oh, that doth suck.. I have a Mac Mini that developed an annoying problem of pausing periodically - whether I'm browsing the web, playing media or playing a game. The behaviour is the same and very annoying. It began with that under either Ubuntu or Fedora Core.05:27
Shigunmaagimies: Making me seriously want to reconsider Ubuntu, cause i've *never* had this issue05:27
Garethmartin, sounds fancy - I think I'm going to have to go dual core when intel's conroe chips hit05:27
martinif only I could afford dual core opterons.... :/05:28
Shigunewood: How did you solve it, or did you?05:28
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maagimiesalthough my machine freezing reminds me of a old nvidia bug, because my mouse cursor still works05:28
fowlduckbeerfan, you there?05:28
beerfanfowlduck, yeah still here05:28
Garethah, what are you running now?  there's probably not much difference, especially if you overclock a bit martin05:28
RememberPOLI did something to break esd... :-|05:28
fowlduckbeerfan, http://sourceforge.net/softwaremap/trove_list.php?form_cat=10605:28
Shigunmartin: They are nice.  I have a Opteron 165.  But, I dont think Ubuntu is using mine properly, even though I have installed an SMP kernel (the k7)05:28
maagimiesShigun, maybe you should try disabling RenderAccell, I'm trying in in a minute05:28
Shigunmaagimies: Mine doesnt, the entire thing freezes05:28
robertjhttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/0/08/Feng_Qiu_Huang.ogg <- check that video out05:28
martingareth: I'm running 248's05:29
ewoodShigun: Yeah, I have an original iMac running Ubuntu in its place at the moment :P I don't know what's wrong with that Mini. Your computer acts like a PC that I have, though. It hard freezes right off within XP, and I haven't tried a different OS on it so far.05:29
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timalotRememberPOL, thats not hard :)05:29
martin2 248s on a tyan K8WE05:29
GarethShigun, aren't opterons k8?05:29
fowlduckbeerfan, in sourceforge it's all their graphcis editors.  It may take some digging but you'll find some good stuff05:29
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ShigunGareth: Yea, but there isnt a k8 kernel05:29
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patrickjardchoille: hmm, there are no direct ubuntu logos, mostly edubuntu and kubuntu/xubuntu05:29
beerfanfowlduck, thanks much05:29
ShigunGareth: Used those from synaptic05:29
martinshigun - there is - mine is... hold on05:29
Shigunmartin: Oh really now05:29
Garetheh? I'm running k8 Shigun05:29
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TeqonixOh, absolutely wonderful. GRUB tries to boot Ubuntu, my monitor goes wacky, then the computer reboots.05:30
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dliShigun, k8 is amd6405:30
RememberPOLtimalot: I thought it might have had something to do with me installing jack, but I completely removed the jack package and esd still doesn't work! :(... when I run "esd" in the console... it auto-exits with no output.05:30
TeqonixWhy in the name..05:30
ardchoillepatrickj: hold on, lemme see what I can find..05:30
martinshigun: 2.6.15-25-amd64-k805:30
Shigundli: Ah ya, there, im running a 32bit Ubuntu05:30
arooni-linuxoh shit... i hit 'delete panel' on the start bar type thing on the top right05:30
arooni-linuxhow do i get it back05:30
Garethah yeah right dli, I guess he wants 32 bit05:30
maagimiesbe back in a minute05:30
martinshigun: that's just from the latest 6.06 live dvd05:30
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dliShigun, then, you can run k7 or build your own kernel for k805:30
ShigunI have considered 64 bit, but im afraid of compatibility05:30
orcdestroyerhow can I install the shockwave in linux ?05:30
martinshigun: ah - that makes sense then. do you have reason to stay 32bit>?05:30
timalotRememberPOL, is there at /tmp/,esd* file ?05:31
orcdestroyeris that possible?05:31
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timalotRememberPOL, is there at /tmp/.esd* file ?05:31
dallascould someone tell me how to open a file managment window that has root access05:31
arooni-linuxfolks...? do you know how to get the start-bar type panel at the top of the screen back?  i'm feeling very vulnteraable05:31
naknomikIs there a program to resize NTFS partition on Ubuntu live CD?05:31
dlidallas, gksu nautlius05:31
Shigunmartin: Did the 64bit in Gentoo, but there were many things that I preferred to have, like flash in Firefox05:31
RememberPOLtimalot: Nope.05:31
ardchoillepatrickj: this link has several diff kinds and sizes: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/Official?highlight=%28artwork%2905:31
dlidallas, gksudo05:31
javierssdallas sudo nautilus05:31
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javierssdallas . or get install automatix05:32
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martinshigun - I'm only a week or so old in ubuntu, but flash is about the only thing I havent yet tackled05:32
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orcdestroyeranyone can help me ?05:32
orcdestroyerhow can I install the shockwave linux ?05:32
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charle97martin, sweet it works ... i never could figure out the correct syntax05:32
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maagimiesorcdestroyer, install windows version of firefox with wine, and you can05:32
maagimiesI do it with flash player :P05:32
arooni-linuxfolks...? do you know how to get the start-bar type panel at the top of the screen back?  i'm feeling very vulnterable05:32
RememberPOLtimalot: Maybe it has something to do with me installing a KDE package? (kolourpaint)05:32
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javiersswhit apt-get05:32
Shigunmartin: Will either have to do a chroot into a 32bit environment, install win FF, or go without05:32
naknomikCan I resize NTFS partition using ubuntu?05:32
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TeqonixWonderful, I have no idea what's wrong with this. GRUB tries to start Ubuntu, then the machine just reboots.05:32
Garethnaknomik, yes - use gparted (gksudo apt-get install gparted)05:33
Garethnote that you should defrag the partition before shrinking it (as you might lose data otherwise)05:33
ZhangZhongcould any one tell me if there are some tuitions about how I can rebuild my kernel especially on Ubuntu 6.06?05:33
martincharle97: cool. I'm quite proud of my .conkyrc - it's reporting amarok information, and folding at home information too - if you're using either, it might make a nice addition ? :)05:33
timalotRememberPOL, well i am no expert but u could try and reinstall the pacakge with esd in it... u can find which one provide thes exe at packages.ubuntu.com05:33
dallasjacierss, what is install automatix?05:33
RememberPOLtimalot: Yeah I did that :-/05:33
orcdestroyerjavierss ?05:34
RememberPOLthe libesd-alsa thing05:34
martincharle97 - sorry, spent a few hours fiddling with it - don't worry, you're probably not interested :p05:34
arooni-linuxcan someone please tell me how i get teh start bar type panel at the top going?05:34
RememberPOLarooni-linux: Rightclick on any other panel and hit New Panel05:34
Gareththanks for the pointer towards conky martin, I've been looking for something like this05:34
fowlduckbeerfan, more goodness, but some overlap.  I think this seems higher-qualty: http://freshmeat.net/browse/108/05:34
martinshigun - other than not tackling that, I've had virtually no problems05:34
ljloleli love ubuntu05:34
ZhangZhongcould any one tell me if there are some tuitions about how I can rebuild my kernel especially on Ubuntu 6.06?05:35
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TeqonixI might give it a chance if it didn't reboot my machine upong GRUB loading it..05:35
martingareth: no  problem - it's very handy - and you can do an awful lot with it05:35
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Eric2I've been trying the past hour or two and I can't mount //Laura/Downloads to a local directory in Ubuntu 6.06, any ideas?05:35
Shigunmartin: Maybe I should actually bump up to the 64 bit.  Do I need to completely reinstall Ubuntu, or what?05:36
martinshigun - skype (which I unfortunately have to use) runs through linux32, but that was a doddle nonetheless05:36
charle97martin, sorry, i was admiring the new cpu graphs.... can see that amarok code?05:36
Jenkensapache + libapache-mod-ssl doesn't give me ssl.. even if i add a 443 listen port...05:36
Shigunmartin: How exactly did you accomplish that?05:36
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timalotRememberPOL, what does esd --help give u?05:37
Eric2anyone here by chance have the fstab to a smbfs?05:37
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kaotEric2: I used to know how to do this.... :P  mount -t smbfs -o username=<username, password=<password>, '\\box\share\' /mnt/point i think05:37
martinshigun: I don't think I am best placed to answer that question - I went straight to 64 bit - someone with more ubuntu experience would know a lot better than me05:37
kaotEric2: I did this all the time a few years ago but all the boxes I had set up that way are dead :(05:37
ZhangZhongcould any one tell me if there are some tuitions about how I can rebuild my kernel especially on Ubuntu 6.06?05:37
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martinwhat is the best way to exchange code snippets through xchat, anyone?05:37
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Eric2kaot: I'm on the live cd, mount -t is supposed to work but it's f0rking up on me, thanks though, I'll see if it does anything ^_^05:37
Shigunmartin: Now way to explain how you got skype running?  And, use pastebin05:37
charle97martin, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/05:38
RememberPOLtimalot: The normal output with two devices listed at bottom (just like when esd did work)05:38
kaotEric2: error?05:38
Sjoerd_How to get sendmail working on ubuntu? It doesn't seem to be in /usr/lib/ where it should be....05:38
martincharle97 - yeah, they're nice - not my work, I found them on t'net somewhere and adapted05:38
Eric2kaot: 1 second, yeah error05:38
charle97martin, that's cool05:38
martinshigun - hang on a sec, there was a simple howto for it somewhere....05:38
Shigunmartin: Alright05:38
RememberPOLpol@pol-laptop:/tmp$ esd -d hw:005:38
RememberPOL- using device hw:005:38
martincharle97 - I'll pastebin the various bits of code in a sec05:39
Eric2kaot: check your pm05:39
ardchoillemartin: you can always set up your own channel and use it for exchanging code snippets05:39
RememberPOLtimalot: What do you get if you do esd -d hw:0 ?05:39
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martinshigun: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=7706905:39
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martinshigun: I just followed that05:40
timalotRememberPOL,  esd: Esound sound daemon already running ...05:40
martinshigun: and everything, including voice, worked "out of the box"05:40
ttyfsckeris e17 as hard to get working on ubuntu as it is on debian?05:40
martinardchoille: thanks - I think for now I'll use pastebin - it's late here. well, late is an understatement. it's too hot to sleep though, tomorrow is going to be rough05:40
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ardchoillemartin: ahh, ok05:41
timalotRememberPOL, u could try: strace -e trace=file esd    , to see what files its trying to open05:41
kaotEric2: do what now?  got nuffin.  pastebin it?05:42
beerfanIs it possible to make kde apps use the gnome/metacity theme?05:42
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ShigunCan anybody tell me if its possible to upgrade to amd64 directly?05:42
SurfnKidguys how do i know if a specific module05:42
beerfanI should say gtk theme but I guess that's silly05:42
SurfnKidhas already been compiled in the kernel i have?05:42
RememberPOLtimalot: http://rafb.net/paste/results/HgwHiz81.html05:42
SurfnKidis there a page to check the current loaded modules in my version05:42
jorgeuasking today again: how do i change my locales in order to drop UTF-8 locales? note: "dpkg-reconfigure locales" doesn't do it anymore (ubuntu 6)05:42
beerfanIs it possible to change the theme which kde apps use, without having kde?05:43
maagimiesbeerfan, no, but you can try to seek a kde theme that mostly resembles your gnome theme :)05:43
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beerfanmaagimies, how would I change the theme?05:43
ubotukernel is the core of the Ubuntu Operating System (named 'Linux'). You shouldn't have to compile one, but if you're convinced you do, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelCustomBuild05:43
maagimiesbeerfan, now _that_ I don't have answer to if you want to do it without kcontrol05:43
timalotRememberPOL, ok lookin05:43
Eric2kaot: IRC didn't send it to you?05:43
Eric2kaot: maybe it thought it was a flood05:44
Eric2kaot: 1 sec05:44
nargWhat package provides mysql.h?05:44
RememberPOLtimalot: Any idea what /etc/ld.so.nohwcap is?05:44
kaotEric2: dunno mang.05:44
TeqonixWell, as much as I want LAMP, apparently Ubuntu isn't going to work. Ugh.05:44
ardchoillebeerfan: have a look at this: http://natsci.eckerd.edu/~bordelsr/gnomehelp/pmwiki/pmwiki.php?n=Gnome212.GnomeInOtherWM05:44
jojoman02IdleOne: did u get your problem resolved?05:44
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ardchoillebeerfan: I was told it is similar to change kde theme without having kcontrol05:44
jorgeuasking today again: how do i change my locales in order to drop UTF-8 locales? note: "dpkg-reconfigure locales" doesn't do it anymore (ubuntu 6)05:44
beerfanardchoille, thanks I'll check it out05:45
Eric2kaot: http://pastebin.ca/7925105:45
jorgeunarg: check the "*-dev" packages related to mysql05:45
ardchoillebeerfan: you're welcome :)05:45
nargThere are many of them, and I have nfc which one I want05:45
jorgeunathanj: sudo apt-get install mysql-dev05:45
martincharle97: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1721405:45
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jorgeunarg: sudo apt-get install mysql-dev05:46
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charle97martin, thanks05:46
ljloleldoes edgy have xgl yet?  I just saw novell's screencast... amazing05:46
nargit gives a package replaced error, the one it is replaced with is something I have installed05:46
ShigunAnybody?  Possible to upgrade to AMD64 from 32bit Ubuntu?05:46
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ardchoilleif edgy does have xgl, that's the first thing I'll uninstall05:47
jorgeuasking today again: how do i change my locales in order to drop UTF-8 locales? note: "dpkg-reconfigure locales" doesn't do it anymore (ubuntu 6)05:47
ljlolelShigun: You can install the 64-bit kernel05:47
jorgeunarg: no clue man, sorry05:47
martincharle97 - no problem.05:47
timalotRememberPOL, i did an strace on esd on my machine it opens similar files except the last one which opens succesfully....  the one in the /dev/snd ...05:47
kaotEric2: ahh.  I don't know if you can specify IP addresses without a specific option in the mount command, by default it's looking for netbios names i believe05:47
cubikdice_Hey, I currently have 2 computers in my room. Computer 1 is running windows xp and is connected to the internet, it has 2 ethernet cards. The second computer is running Ubuntu. there is a cable from it to computer 1. How do i get the ubuntu machine to use the internet, using the same ip and everything?05:47
Shigunljlolel: Anything I might be looking at in issues from that?05:47
timalotRememberPOL, its probably not working coz it's expecting /dev/snd/pcmC1D0p05:48
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ljlolelShigun: Not really..  when you install a new kernel, it keeps the old ones.... so in grub, if there is a problem with the new kernel, you can just boot to the old one then remove the x64 kernel05:48
FunnyHatcubikdice_, You're going to have to setup windows xp to share the internet connection05:48
Eric2kaot: thanks for the tip, I just figured it would be more specific, guess not, ty05:48
jorgeucubikdice_: the cable between computers cannot be a normal cable, it needs some changes in the pairs order05:48
Eric2kaot: you see anything else in the syntax by chance?05:48
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FunnyHatcubikdice_, it will basically act as a router...  then you should be able to leave the ubuntu PC on DHCP for it's eth0 card and everything should work find05:48
jorgeucubikdice_: and you will need some routing features installed05:49
david_one more crazy question... i have downloaded the ubuntu 6.06 and i think my cdrom just isnt compatible with burnt iso cds... is there a way to run it without a cd?05:49
martinljlolel: what about the 32 and 64 bit libraries though?05:49
jorgeucubikdice_: like routed05:49
Shigunljlolel: Alright, thanks05:49
rockzmanCan someone help me setting up my openbox initialization?05:49
kaotEric2: well the thing that stands out is the IP address in place of the computer name.  you might need an lmhosts file containing a name to IP mapping05:49
david_maybe, by unloading it onto the hard drive or something?05:49
cubikdice_FunnyHat, are you talking about the Bridge connection feature. last time i did that the main connection didnt work..05:49
RememberPOLtimalot: http://rafb.net/paste/results/QCWcbO54.html05:49
kaotEric2: can't for the life of me remember where that goes :(05:49
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ljlolelmartin: I'm no expert, so don't quote me ;-), ubuntu should handle dependencies well05:49
kaot/etc/lmhosts maybe or in your /etc/samba05:49
FunnyHatcubikdice_, no, you go into network connections, then on the left you click "Set up a home of small office network"05:50
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your monitor, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto05:50
jorgeuasking today again: how do i change my locales in order to drop UTF-8 locales? note: "dpkg-reconfigure locales" doesn't do it anymore (ubuntu 6)05:50
FunnyHatcubikdice_, that should walk you through it05:50
ljlolelwhat about edubuntu, i'd love to get some thin clients set up... do thin clients support sound yet?05:50
ubotuTo set up and configure your locales, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LocaleConf05:50
rockzmanRatlump: can you help me?05:50
Eric2kaot: thanks, I'll try to fix it myself and let you go, but thanks so much for the input dude05:50
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rockzmankaot: hi, are you busy mate?05:51
martinljlolel: well, me neither :p  - but I thought the 32 bit and 64 bit libs were often named the same (could be my misinformation)  - on my setup I have lib (64 bit) and lib32 (32 bit libs) - I was just assuming the 32 bit installation would just have lib, with 32bit libraries in it05:51
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rockzmanCan someone help me setting up my openbox initialization?05:51
kaotrockzman: not really but I've forgotten far more than I remember heh05:51
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rockzmankaot: hehe05:51
ardchoillerockzman: obconf (openbox settings manager) is in the universe repo05:51
rockzmankaot:  i need some help in setting up my openbox start05:51
martinljlolel: my understanding is limited though, so I may be talking rubbish. it sounds too obvious to be an actual problem, I was just musing05:51
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Shigunljlolel: Wait, just upgrading to the 64kernel, wont all my programs still be 32bit?05:52
ljlolelwhat is openbox?05:52
patrickjHows this - http://img225.imageshack.us/img225/9420/ubuntupaper5rh.png ?05:52
ubotuopenbox is a lightweight window manager. For instructions and more information see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Openbox05:52
ardchoilleljlolel: it's a nice window manager05:52
rockzmanardchoille: i want to run apps on the the openbox initialization05:52
ubotuXubuntu is Ubuntu with XFCE, for more info, see http://www.xubuntu.org. To install from Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop05:52
ubotufluxbox is a lightweight and responsive window manager for GNU/Linux. For how to set it up and more information see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Fluxbox05:52
FunnyHatThere ya go ljlolel05:52
david_i have downloaded the ubuntu 6.06 and i think my cdrom just isnt compatible with burnt iso cds... is there a way to run it without a cd?05:52
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ardchoillerockzman: you mean like this? http://icculus.org/openbox/faq.php#605:53
ljlolelShigun: dunno05:53
rockzmanardchoille: i'll try thanks05:54
ardchoillerockzman: also: http://icculus.org/openbox/docs.php05:54
patrickjopinions on my shitty ubuntu paper?05:54
ardchoillepatrickj: I think that is quite nice. Good job.05:55
rockzmanardchoille: but .xinitrc only for users that do startx05:55
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rockzmanand my x starts automatically ardchoille05:55
patrickjlol thanks05:55
timalotRememberPOL, u could try creating the device file yourself... probably: mknod /dev/snd/pcmC1D0p c 116 4805:55
patrickjif there is any position ajustments I need to do lemme know05:55
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Shigunljlolel: I dont even see the k8 or amd64 kernel image in my repository05:55
ardchoillerockzman: read the bottom part of #6 in the FAQ05:55
ljlolelShigun: hmm, weird, lemme see05:55
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martinshigun: I think apt is clever ebough to only get the 64 bit versions if you have a 64 bit kernel05:55
patrickjworking in gimp with dual lcds =  pwnage :D05:56
Shigunmartin: >.< ownt in the face by synaptic05:56
ardchoillepatrickj: indeed! :)05:56
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Geoffrey2is Fluendo's mp3 plugin available through the repositories, or would I need to download from Fluendo?05:56
rockzmanardchoille: yea i did read05:56
martinshigun: synaptic too (I thought)05:56
rockzmanardchoille: but editing .xsession05:56
rockzmanit does not work05:56
ljlolelShigun: hm, i thought i saw them.. yea, i don't know05:57
ljlolelShigun: sorry :(05:57
Zairecould anyone in here possibly pastebin their mp3 repository section from their sources list for me please05:57
rockzmanardchoille:  this file does not even exist should i create? (aswell im using gdm)05:57
aroonihow do i nstall gvim on ubuntu05:57
patrickjwho here uses KDE?05:57
RememberPOLtimalot: open("/dev/snd/pcmC1D0p", O_RDWR|O_NONBLOCK) = -1 EACCES (Permission denied)05:57
ljlolelZaire: whaa, there are mp3 repositorie!?05:57
aroonii did sudo apt-get install gvim05:57
ardchoillerockzman: ok, they must have switched schemes in gdm since last I used it05:57
Shigunljlolel: No worries.  I just want to get this hardfreeze issue resolved.  Making me really dislike Ubuntu05:57
aroonibut there were many optoins....05:57
martinshigun: search synaptic for "k8"05:57
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ljlolelk8 means 64-bit?05:57
ardchoillerockzman: yes, create it if it doesn't exist05:58
Zaireyeps and I need to add them to my sources list05:58
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RememberPOLoh hold05:58
Shigunmartin: Already did that, it didnt have a kernel image05:58
RememberPOLi fixed the mod but not the own05:58
rockzmanardchoille: mm i'll try05:58
rockzmanard thakns05:58
patrickjI <3 dual lcds :D05:58
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timalotRememberPOL, chmod 660 /dev/snd/pcmC1D005:58
timalotRememberPOL, chmod 660 /dev/snd/pcmC1D0p05:58
sonicco1Cool , I finally got my wirless network working : )05:58
ardchoillerockzman: yw :)05:58
sonicco1Thank God05:58
RememberPOLcrw-rw---- 1 root audio 116, 48 2006-07-04 22:55 pcmC1D0p05:58
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RememberPOLi had crw-rw---- 1 root root 116, 48 2006-07-04 22:55 pcmC1D0p05:58
ljlolelsoniccol: , that's hard05:59
ljlolelsoniccol: nice job05:59
RememberPOLopen("/dev/snd/pcmC1D0p", O_RDWR|O_NONBLOCK) = -1 ENODEV (No such device)05:59
timalotRememberPOL, ok05:59
martinshigun: do you have all the repositories available?05:59
RememberPOLBad mknod args?05:59
bradofarrellI just installed xubuntu05:59
Shigunmartin: I believe I do05:59
bradofarrellI'm trying to get my wireless drivers to work05:59
martinshigun: I mean univers/multiverse? it *might* be in one of them...?05:59
kaothm.  this gdm stuff is all new for me, first thing I used to do on a new install was set my default runlevel to not start X05:59
ljlolelaaaah, why is vim7 not here?!05:59
timalotRememberPOL, maybe... thats the numbers from my second snd device05:59
RememberPOLdo you have HDA Intel?05:59
timalotRememberPOL, no06:00
patrickjfor some reason my soundcard is outputting no sound06:00
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RememberPOLwhat are the numbers06:00
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martinshigun: you dont have : linux-amd64-k8 - Complete Linux kernel on AMD K8.06:00
Shigunmartin: no06:00
ljlolelme neither06:00
martinshigun: if you've updated recently, I have no idea why then!06:00
LoneShadowwhats with the locales getting messed up every now and then ?06:00
bradofarrellcould someone help me?06:00
timalotRememberPOL, crw-rw----  1 root audio 116, 48 2006-07-05 15:55 /dev/snd/pcmC1D0p06:00
LoneShadowperl: warning: Setting locale failed.06:01
martinljlolel, shigun..... err, maybe it's because of what I said before - synaptic/apt on 32 bit kernels only get 32 bit packages....?06:01
martinljlolel, shigun - that would explain why I have it any you dont, wouldn't it?06:01
patrickjmy soundcard isnt working06:01
patrickjno sound is coming out06:02
patrickjI have volume on max though06:02
patrickjand alsamixer loads my soundcard06:02
timalotRememberPOL, are u sure the kernel module for your soundcard is running06:02
ljlolelmakes sense06:02
RememberPOLtimalot: i'm guessing my minor number should be >18<5606:02
Shigunmartin: Yea06:02
aroonihow do i nstall gvim on ubuntu ?06:02
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RememberPOLtimalot: Yes i haven't stopped or removed or messed with any modules06:03
ljlolelarooni: sudo apt-get install gvim?06:03
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martinljlolel, shigun: I think there is a way to override that, I cant remember where I saw it though, hang on a minute....06:03
ljlolelmartin: it's okay, i dont have a 64 bit chip06:03
timalotRememberPOL, can u use /dev/dsp1 or /dev/dsp ?06:03
martincharle97: you had any joy with that amarok script yet?06:03
arooniljlolel: but there are many options06:03
arooniim not sure which to pick06:03
martinljlolel: lol - ok06:03
Shigunmartin: Is that a good idea?06:03
RememberPOLmy esd was working yesterday... i might have accidentally removed pcmC1D0p when config'ing wine's audio prefs....06:03
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RememberPOLtimalot: No i don't have dsp06:03
Zaireanyone else in here can' stand cynical users that figure they had to learn linux on there own so Sc**w helping others06:04
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martinshigun: well, I don't know. I don't see why it would be a problem for installing the kernel06:04
RememberPOLthey're both available but how do i "use" them?06:04
timalotRememberPOL, ok well i dont know, good luck :)06:04
ljlolelarooni: sorry, apt-get install vim-gnome06:04
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arooniljlolel: i.e. should i do gnome or gtk?06:04
timalotRememberPOL, its the oss way not alsa06:04
AresHello. I have, yet, another Terminal question which I don't understand from LinuxCommand. How do I go about giving everything in a directory r/w/e access to owner? Including all of its sub-directories and files? Would it be the recursive command? If so, I don't get how to use it. =( [Pleaase?] 06:04
martinshigun: but as I said before - I am no expert, so this may be a case of the blind leading the blind, and you hould *probably* wait and talk to someone who knows more than I do....06:04
blindI lead myself all the time.06:04
timalotRememberPOL, if u have mplayer installed trying doin mplater so_vid -ao oss:/dev/dsp106:05
RatlumpDoes anyone here know if the ubuntu live CDs have anything like ntfsresize or similar to resize a Windows XP partition before installing?06:05
FunnyHatAres, chmod 777 -R /path/to/dir06:05
Sjoerd_Is there anyone available that knows something about sendmail? I have it installed and it works - but really reallly slow....06:05
Shigunmartin: Well, I would think all of the programs are 32bit06:05
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RememberPOLtimalot: right but I want ubuntu's logon/logoff sounds to work06:05
ljlolelAres: note, that gives everybody rwe access06:05
AresFunny: Thank you =)06:05
LoneShadowis the locales broken only for edgy or even dapper too ?06:05
patrickjim gonna reboot into the new version, 6.06 lol06:05
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martinshigun: I was just trying to be helpful... but a little knowledge often *is* a dangerous thing06:05
kaotFunnyHat: that gives everyone all access06:05
FunnyHatAres, yea, is that wahat you wanted?06:05
FunnyHatSorry, I didn't read owner.06:05
ljlolelAres: to only give the owner rwe access, use 70006:05
RememberPOLtimalot: if you look here: http://rafb.net/paste/results/QCWcbO54.html you can notice there's some type of pattern for that second number06:05
bradofarrellcould someone help me with my wireless card problem?06:05
ubotuI know nothing about !!06:05
AresFunny: Sort of.06:05
patrickjive been in 5.10 for like an hour over Ive updated it, brb06:05
AresFunny: I have the other number code here, thanks =)06:05
FunnyHatAres, Yea do what he said.  use 744 or 70006:06
FunnyHat744 gives all to owner, and read to others06:06
tonyyarussoSo right now I'm trying out using my computer hooked up to a digital projector onto a screen.  It works fine when I'm in X, but if I switch to a tty it says "No signal", rather than showing the terminal.  Anyone know why?06:06
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orcdestroyerwell... I can't load my KDE using kubuntu... why??06:06
beerfanardchoille, those instructions are for using gnome apps in some other wm apparently06:06
ljlolelAres: another tip, in case you forget and aren't connected to the internet,`man chmod` will give you  more innfo06:06
maagimiesRatlump, I don't know anything about ubuntu livecd, but Knoppix has qtparted which can resize ntfs partitions06:06
orcdestroyerFatal server error06:06
RememberPOLlet's try that06:06
orcdestroyerno screens found06:06
orcdestroyerwhat should I do about it?06:07
Ratlumpmaagimies: Thanks, I already know that.  Just checking if I have to play "CD jockey" to get things done..06:07
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martinorcdestroyer: have you changed your xorg.conf?06:07
kaotRatlump: 5.10 livecd has ntfsresize06:07
kaotdunno about 6.0606:07
orcdestroyermartii how I changed?06:07
ljlolelif 5.10 has it.06:07
FunnyHatkaot, why would 6.06 not have it and 5.10 have it.    that's weird.  :-/06:07
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timalotRememberPOL, ok... good luck... the sequence maybe different for the pcmC1D* files tho06:08
kaotFunnyHat: I didn't say it didn't have it I said I dunno :P06:08
martinorcdestroyer: I mean, have you edited it in any way yet?06:08
orcdestroyerCaught signal 1. Server aborting06:08
Ratlumpkaot: Thanks!!06:08
orcdestroyermartin no06:08
kaotmaybe they switched tools06:08
kaotmaybe they didn't.06:08
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ljloleldo i have to go to ubunut backports or something to get the beauty that is vim 706:08
orcdestroyermartin please... help me06:08
RememberPOLtimalot: arg yeah it's still no device06:08
RememberPOLtimalot: where can I get these numbers? lspci? manufacturer spec?06:09
naknomikIs there a GUI for mounting NFS volumes in Ubuntu?06:09
SurfnKidwhats the ls argument to list directories only?06:09
martinorcdestroyer: I am no expert - but it sounds likely there is something wrong in your xorg.conf06:09
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timalotRememberPOL, umm, i think they are assigned by alsa... but i am not sure06:09
RememberPOLSurfnKid: `ls -d`06:09
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martinorcdestroyer: can you paste it into the pastebin please?06:09
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SurfnKidRememberPOL: i tried that, i have 3 directories, it doesnt list them06:09
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orcdestroyermartin how?06:09
martinorcdestroyer: I'll see if there's anything obvious.06:09
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ballIs this thing on?06:10
martinhttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/  orcdestroyer06:10
martinand xorg.conf is in /etc/X11/06:10
RememberPOLSurfnKid:  `ls -l|grep ^d`06:11
ballDoes ubuntu come with "cu" by default?06:11
martinball: no06:11
RememberPOLyou mean su?06:11
RememberPOLball: sudo su -06:12
ballRememberPOL: No, "cu" = "call up" (another device/computer/thing via a serial port)06:12
RememberPOLmy bad06:12
ballmartin: bugger.  Can I get it as a package?06:12
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ballhello rockzman06:12
rockzmanball: yo06:12
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ballhello Cornellius06:13
rockzmanardchoille: not good news it didnt work06:13
martinball: yes06:13
martinball: it's just called cu06:13
Cornelliusball: Hello ?06:13
rockzmanardchoille: i use gdm06:13
rockzmancan someone help me to setup my openbox using gdm ?06:13
tonyyarussoAnyone with experience projecting a tty on a digital projector?  Gnome/X works fine, but says no signal on tty2.06:13
ljlolelapt-cache showpkg cu06:13
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ballmartin: thanks.06:13
martinball: no worries06:13
ljlolelrockzman: is there an openbox irc channel?06:14
ballhello cubikdice06:14
rockzmanljlolel: i dont think so06:14
ballwow, this is a busy channel06:14
rockzmanljlolel: btw i am sorry u asked what is it06:14
ballis openbox like blackbox?06:14
cubikdicesort of06:14
rockzmanljlolel:  i didnt answer ball yes openbox is a wm06:14
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rockzmancubikdice: well can you help me to setup my openbox initizalization using gdm?06:14
martinare many people here using xgl, by the way?06:14
skavengeis there an actual 'menu' button when your watching a dvd in gxine?06:14
ballhello ardy06:14
CornelliusCan't use GTK based apps anymore. I'm under KDE, and go in Konsole as root and type any gtk based app. (Nautilus, Rhythmbox, gFtp) and I get this: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1721506:15
RememberPOLtimalot: I have the full history of the breakage, do you think that could help?06:15
CornelliusAnyone knows why ?06:15
FunnyHatmartin, maybe not here, but I bet they are in #ubuntu-xgl   : )06:15
ballPerhaps I'll try the x86 ubuntu CD I got then.06:15
martinfunnyhat: lol - fair point06:15
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cubikdicerockzman, no sorry, i'm here for questions as well.. i dont know how to setup openbox besides running sudo apt-get install openbox06:15
ballare there other, more sedate ubuntu channels?06:15
ballhello crimsun, jjmacey06:15
RememberPOLCornellius: Try running as non-root.06:15
martinfunnyhat: I was more just wondering what the uptake was. personally, I didnt really dig it06:16
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timalotRememberPOL, i dont think it would help me... i thinks it's a problem with alsa, u could try doing a dpkg-reconfigure alsa-base ... and some of the other alsa packages06:16
rockzmancubikdice: yes, thanks but i need some help in setting up it06:16
ballhello MajorTool06:16
CornelliusRememberPOL: It works as non-root !06:16
rockzmancubikdice: i want to know how do i set my apps to automatically runs on openbox06:16
crimsuntimalot: what's the problem?06:16
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timalotcrimsun, his esd won't run ... just exits after invocation06:16
CornelliusRememberPOL: Why does it works as non-root and not as root ?06:17
crimsuntimalot: whose?06:17
martinfunnyhat: I like gnome, havent tried xfce, but fluxbox is clean, and I like it - but xgl is the sort of thing I expect to see running on a mac (although that isn't a criticism), it;s just a bit spangly for my liking.06:17
FunnyHatmartin, it hurts my eyes personally06:17
cubikdicerockzman, you dont setup the applications to run on open box. they'll run once your in the openbox enviorment06:17
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lightstarrockzman, you gotta do it using a .xsession file06:17
martinfunnyhat: I probably should have been born in germany :p06:17
FunnyHatmartin, I love Gnome but XGL was just way too much eye candy to process...  it didn't seem like it was worth it06:17
CornelliusRememberPOL: I used to "sudo nautilus" to use nautilus with root privilieges.06:17
Garethmartin, xfce sounds right up your alley then (it's quite the minimalist distro)06:17
lightstarrockzman, and once u set openbox to be your default wm06:17
rockzmancubikdice: ops mate u didnt understand my question i know that what you said is right06:17
timalotcrimsun, RememberPOL06:17
Garether, not distro but WM rhater06:17
FunnyHatmartin, haha, I'm going to buy a macbook and put ubuntu on it ; )06:17
martinfunnyhat: lol06:18
Terinjokesi have a couple question for Ubuntu 6.06 on the Mac (PPC). Is there a way to use the builtin wifi?06:18
crimsunRememberPOL: what's the error when you invoke esd from a Terminal?06:18
RememberPOLCornellius: Security purposes I assume, but I'm pretty sure if you google your error you'll be able find instructions for how to allow root to run X apps by command line.06:18
rockzmanlightstar: that is not about OPENBOX be my default app, i want to know how do i make my programs runs automatically when i start my openbox u understand now cubikdice06:18
MajorToolcan anyone here help a newby out with nvidia drivers? Been searching the forums but have had no luck06:18
RememberPOLcrimsun: auto exit06:18
martinfunnyhat: I've seen a few tutorials "make gnome look like OSX"- and thought... "why!?!"06:18
FunnyHatmartin, umm... my gnome does look similiar to OS X....  ; )06:19
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RememberPOLas you can see i played around in /dev/snd but didn't touch pcm*06:19
CornelliusRememberPOL: Nah, that's an error. I was able to do it this morning.06:19
crimsunRememberPOL: ...that's history, not debug spew.06:19
FunnyHatmartin, www.funnylookinhat.com    go to the second post for screenshots06:19
RememberPOLsorry h/o06:19
FunnyHatmartin, but it's simply because it's easier for me to keep track of the few apps I need06:19
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tonyyarussoIf anyone answered me, please send again - was disconnected.06:19
bawtf is ubuntu alternate?06:19
crimsunba: the installer? It's text-based and not a live cd.06:20
baoh. lame06:20
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RememberPOLcrimsun: esd -debug ?06:20
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max_nooby_noobHi guys06:20
bato many people with to much time on their hands doing useless stuff, when they could be using their time for better things06:20
max_nooby_noobI'm trying to install the new ati drivers for linux06:21
Phoulanyone have the link to the ubuntu forums post about "howto e17"?06:21
martinfunnyhat: it looks nice - I'm more against all the fluid aps and icons growing etc06:21
crimsunRememberPOL: no, just esd06:21
Terinjokesso is it possible to use Airport06:21
RememberPOLcrimsun: yeah there is _no_ output06:21
lightstarrockzman, if you want an app to run automatically once you start openbox, the only way to do it is to put it in a .xsession file06:21
max_nooby_noobthe instructions from the ati site says to Enter the command sh ./ati-driver-installer-8.26.18-i386.run to launch the 32bit version of the ATI Proprietary Linux driver installer06:21
RememberPOLno alien sound byte06:21
RememberPOLjust auto-exit06:21
max_nooby_noobbut when I do I get the following message:06:21
martinmajortool: what is the problem?06:21
crimsunRememberPOL: ok, do you have the output from ``strace -fF esd'' pastebinned?06:21
max_nooby_noob command not found06:21
rockzmanlightstar: yeah i did it and it didnt work, u want me to paste my .xsession file so u can check ?06:21
max_nooby_noobplease help06:21
RememberPOLpol@pol-laptop:/dev/snd$ esd06:21
crimsunba: what does "useless stuff" refer to?06:22
jorgeuasking today again: how do i change my locales in order to drop UTF-8 locales? note: "dpkg-reconfigure locales" doesn't do it anymore (ubuntu 6)06:22
cfh_devI have an IDE raid controller setup with RAID 1.  I can see both drives separately in /proc/diskstats.  How do I point to the raid controller?06:22
crimsunRememberPOL: please pastebin it, then.06:22
baanyone from canada in here? i got a bunch of kubuntu disks i forgot i ordered06:22
lightstarrockzman, is openbox your default wm now?06:22
rockzmanlightstar: it has been since i installed06:22
bacrimsun, ubuntu alternate06:22
rockzmanlightstar: i want to set things to runs on openbox automatically06:22
max_nooby_noobthe file is in my home directory06:22
lightstarrockzman, how did u make openbox your default wm?06:23
crimsunba: it's not at all a "waste". It succeeds where the graphical version tends to bomb.06:23
RememberPOLcrimsun: k, http://rafb.net/paste/results/oWIb8137.html06:23
Shigun,, shall ask again since there are more people now06:23
jorgeuasking today again: how do i change my locales in order to drop UTF-8 variants? note: "dpkg-reconfigure locales" doesn't do it anymore (ubuntu 6)06:23
ShigunIs it possible to upgrade from 32bit to 64bit, without having to reinstall Ubuntu?06:23
bacrimsun, true i guess...06:23
lightstarrockzman, you have to choose "use system default"..only then will the .xsession file be read06:23
rockzmanlightstar: i had 5.10 and on gdm i could choose my default wm so i installed the package and choose openbox06:23
bai dunno i havent used linux in awhile. i go threw phases where i use it and then i dont06:23
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lightstarrockzman, choose "system default"..and make sure .xsession is executable06:23
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baim into multimedia stuff and linux just isnt where i would like it to be06:24
crimsunRememberPOL: and pastebin ``cat /proc/asound/cards /etc/asound.conf ~/.asoundrc*''06:24
martinba: what multimedia stuff?06:24
max_nooby_noobpretty please?06:24
RememberPOLcrimsun: BTW line 353 usually said "no file" before I came for help because I tried to mknod that PCM device but it's probably the wrong MAJOR seq #06:24
ubotuI know nothing about UTF-806:24
cubikdiceFunnyHat, hey man, it worked... i got it to use the internet :D i installed openssh-server and it's running...but when i connect to it from the windows machine i get connection refused. i even turned off the windows firewall06:24
MajorToolThanks martin: I used Automatix to install my nvidia driver for GeForce FX 5900XT but I loose my X-Server on reboot and have to restore xorg.conf to fix it.06:24
rockzmanlightstar:  well, if i but my login and password on gdm and it runs openbox it means it is my default wm right?06:24
ubotuI know nothing about localeconf06:24
ubotuTo set up and configure your locales, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LocaleConf06:24
ShigunAnybody?  Possible to upgrade to 64bit from 32bit, without a reinstall?06:25
martinba: I've just moved from XP to ubuntu, and for most things, linux has something to comete with windows apps06:25
bamartin: graphics, video, audio... you can tell me linux is there. iv been an active member in the community for years but we all need to be honest with ourselves... its just not there yet...06:25
FunnyHatcubikdice, openssh-server on the linux box???  and it's being refused?  Weird....06:25
RememberPOLcrimsun: http://rafb.net/paste/results/2JGhIK34.html06:25
ajay_ba, absolutely true06:25
ljlolelba: linux is there06:25
max_nooby_noobhow do I navigate to a place where my file is dl'd on terminal?06:25
FunnyHatcubikdice, Check to make sure you're connecting to the right IP address and that the windows box isn't taking that request instead of the linux one.06:25
jorgeuljlolel: already saw it, it says that "dpkg-reconfigure locales" should work, but it doesn't06:25
max_nooby_noobLaunch the Terminal Application/Window and navigate to the ATI Proprietary Linux driver download.06:25
max_nooby_noobEnter the command sh ./ati-driver-installer-8.26.18-i386.run to launch the 32bit version of the ATI Proprietary Linux driver installer06:25
crimsunRememberPOL: why not use the onboard?06:26
cubikdiceFunnyHat, how wouldi check that?06:26
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ljloleljorgeu: as in, it crashes?06:26
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crimsunRememberPOL: ``asoundconf set-default-card Intel''06:26
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crimsunRememberPOL: I also need ``lsof /dev/dsp* /dev/snd/*''06:26
martinba: it depends *what* you're using. blender, IMO, is close to, if not alongside 3D studio max, and the GIMP is pretty handy these days (although still no 16 bit editing)06:26
lightstarrockzman, no don't choose openbox as the wm. choose system default so that it will read the .xsession file. and do remember to put the path to openbox at the end of the file06:26
RememberPOLpol@pol-laptop:~$ ``asoundconf set-default-card Intel''06:26
bawell its not that linux isnt there yet. it is..... it just needs more companys making software for it.... it needs more apps.... like photoshop and apps06:26
naknomikWhat packages I need to install for mouting NFS volumes?06:26
crimsunRememberPOL: now the pastebin.06:26
baid be willing to pay for them too06:26
rockzmanlightstar: ah now i understand like "exec openbox"06:26
skavengewhat  resolution is considered widescreen on a laptop?06:26
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jorgeuljlolel: it just start to genereate the already configured locales and don't let me choose wich generate06:26
rockzmanlightstar: how do i set it up?06:26
RememberPOLpol@pol-laptop:~$ esd06:27
RememberPOLALSA lib pcm_dmix.c:819:(snd_pcm_dmix_open) unable to open slave06:27
rockzmanlightstar: does gdm has this option?06:27
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bai find people do better work when they get paid to do it... the world doesnt run off volenteers06:27
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martinba: I'll admit that for sound, I can't argue quite as well... but I've used audacity with success - it's no cubase, but it's not bad06:27
cheeseman557hi, how do i get into rescue mode?06:27
ljloleljorgeu: i see what you mean06:27
baya i use audacity in windows to make my podcasts. its pretty nice06:27
bagets the job done06:27
RememberPOLcrimsun: btw i think something I did in that history broke it... unless it was a GUI invoke i did during that time06:27
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jorgeu!hate UTF-806:27
ubotuI know nothing about hate UTF-806:27
CornelliusYay ! Problem solved06:27
RememberPOLcrimsun: either way I know it was during that history's time frame..06:27
martinba: I think that's a perception thing - I tend to think the opposite06:28
jorgeu!don't want UTF-806:28
ubotuI know nothing about don't want UTF-806:28
crimsunRememberPOL: if it's a permissions issue, you can just reboot06:28
JaiMaba: When I have to do something because it's work I'm not as motivated as when I do it because I want to06:28
martinboth are probably true under different circumstances06:28
RememberPOLcrimsun: No i have rebooted several times06:28
bamartin, im not doing full scale recordings so audacity works for me06:28
RememberPOLbut i'll try now again06:28
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jorgeuasking today again: how do i change my locales in order to drop UTF-8 locales? note: "dpkg-reconfigure locales" doesn't do it anymore (ubuntu 6)06:28
ljloleljorgeu: what does localedef do?06:28
bamartin, i record podcasts for nerdxcore.net when i feel like it sometimes06:28
jorgeu!want iso-8859-106:28
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ubotuI know nothing about want iso-8859-106:28
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ljloleljorgeu: utf8 is awesome though ;-)06:28
jojoman02anyone wanna try out my supersimple mencoder frontend?06:29
jorgeuljlolel: not for spanish06:29
cubikdiceFunnyHat, well the linux box bound to a wierd 192.*.*.* number when i ran dhclient3 so i think thats ok..but even when i try connecting to the ssh server from the linux box using local host..it will wont work...06:29
martinmajortool: I dont use automatix - but what changes have you made to your xorg.conf?06:29
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jorgeuljlolel: i really hate UTF-806:29
crimsunjorgeu: pass a whitespace-delimited list of first-column locales from /usr/share/i18n/SUPPORTED to locale-gen06:29
ljloleljorgeu: really? it has fewer characters than others?06:29
cheeseman557how do i get into rescue mode?06:29
martinba: cool - so what doesnt linux have that you need (I'm not arguing, I'm just interested)06:29
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jorgeuljlolel: it just has a lot of incompatibilities with my apps and my language06:30
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max_nooby_noobc'mon guys06:30
FunnyHatcubikdice, most SSH servers will not allow connections from or localhost by default in the config...06:30
bamartin, i dunno lots of nice apps....06:30
RememberPOLcrimsun: thanks to your leetness.06:30
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martinba: lol - come on, you've got to give an example!06:30
FunnyHatcubikdice, Can you connect to the ssh from the windows box by going to the 192.*.*.* address?  you should be able to.  Well then agian, you may not be able to depending on how windows networking works.  I've never tried.06:30
RememberPOLThank you very much Mr. T. Chen.06:31
FunnyHatcubikdice, but you _SHOULD_ be able to if it's working the way it's advertised06:31
zcat[1] Bonzi Buddy ?06:31
ljloleljorgeu: so a lot of spanish apps use something other than utf-8?06:31
zcat[1] :-)06:31
skavengewhat resolution is considered widescreen on a laptop?06:31
crimsunRememberPOL: "Daniel" is fine.06:31
jorgeuljlolel: iso-8859-106:31
RememberPOLBut, can you happen to peep what I did in that history to f*** up in the first place?06:31
crimsunRememberPOL: does it work now?06:31
MajorToolmartin: I haven06:32
ljloleljorgeu: I see.. that sucks.. and o/s or whatever doesn't upconvert it to utf-8?06:32
MajorTool't made any changes06:32
cubikdiceFunnyHat, how do i find out what ip the ubuntu box is running?06:32
RememberPOLAnd thanks timalot.06:32
FunnyHatcubikdice, go to the box and type ifconfig eth0 in the terminal06:32
RememberPOLcrimsun: Yeah it works.06:32
zcat[1] !zcat06:32
ubotuI know nothing about zcat06:32
crimsunRememberPOL: excellent.06:32
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zcat[1] bah!!06:32
timalotRememberPOL,  if it f*cks up again maybe /etc/init.d/alsa-utils restart06:32
bamartin, ok lemme look threw some of my apps. itunes.... also i notice im lazy and hate learning commands and tweeking with shit06:32
bai like it to just work06:32
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jorgeuljlolel: going reboot, i have try your workaround06:32
jorgeuljlolel: thanks06:33
FunnyHatcubikdice, actually just ifconfig will work, that ensures that it will show you whatever device (eth*) is connected06:33
martinba: aha... maybe that's the problem? :p06:33
badont get me wrong im a huge linux advocate but since i stopped using it i realized how simple windows can be.... after you fix it and maintain it a little06:33
BHSPitLappy_need some help06:33
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bamartin, naw usability is the probably06:33
wubrgamerhey guys06:33
martinba: I'm j/k - click and play rules for most people, I admit06:33
BHSPitLappy_when my laptop returns from Suspend mode, the screen shows vertical brown bars, and the system is completely frozen06:33
wubrgameri'm looking for a jumping off guide to using apache06:33
cheeseman557how do i get into rescue mode?06:33
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RememberPOLHeh... if it were as easy as a service restart then why wouldn't it start working after restarting several times already?06:33
cubikdiceFunnyHat, alright. that works06:33
BHSPitLappy_I really need Suspend to be functional06:33
bai dunno im downloading the latest release of ubuntu now...06:34
maagimiesba, windows is even harder then linux, in linux I can upgrade _all_ my apps with one command, in windows you hunt down the packages from their websites06:34
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lumgwadahey any quick fixes for getting sound in flash on firefox ?06:34
FunnyHatcubikdice, ok so use that IP from the windows box in PuTTY or whatever SSH client you are connecting with06:34
max_nooby_noobguys I can't get the ATi Proprietary Linux Driver installer to launch. Can someone please help me?06:34
RememberPOLcrimsun: the code you gave me specifically helped, and I needed to restart to probably fix permissions on your code...06:34
cubikdiceFunnyHat, but i have a domain that points to my ip..and when i try to use it..it doesn work.06:34
kaotFunnyHat: got a question about that actually... I seem to recall using AllowFrom and DenyFrom directives in sshd_config, but man sshd_config doesn't show those options now and the default sshd_config doesn't have those examples in there.  I haven't tried using them yet. What gives?06:34
ceplmaIs there any standard way how to migrate to Ubuntu (in my case Kubuntu) from Debian?06:34
RememberPOLI had restarted several times without sound working before I came into here for help06:34
martinba: I dont see how anything could be simpler than "sudo apt-get install blender" for example, and there's you 3d editor/rendered.... compare that to installing MAX - takes ages, you've got licensing, several CDs, choose where to put it, blah blah blah06:34
kaotare they not available in new sshd?06:34
baalso another things that boggles me with linux is the "distro" ... there are so many with so many different and nice features... you miss out on so much by not trying them all. and when you try them all it takes forever and then they have a new release06:34
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BHSPitLappy_ceplma, migrate how?06:34
patrickjfor some reason my sound isnt workiung :'(06:35
crimsunpatrickj: pastebin ``lspci -v && lsmod && cat /proc/asound/cards && amixer''06:35
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FunnyHatcubikdice, because the windows box is not forwarding port 22 (SSH) requests to the linux box.06:35
max_nooby_noobplease, somebody06:35
RememberPOLpatrickj: are you serious?06:35
zcat[1] that reminds me, I should go pull my spare soundcard out06:35
cubikdiceFunnyHat, how do i set that up?06:35
FunnyHatcubikdice, unfortunately I'm not sure that windows shared internet connections support that sort of routing06:35
cheeseman557hey, how do i get into rescue mode?06:35
martinmajortool: are you using the rolled-back xorg.conf now?06:35
ceplmaBHSPitLappy_: Well, I would like just to change /etc/apt/sources.list and run aptitude update; aptitude upgrade; but I am afraid it won' be that easy, right? ;-)06:35
bacubikdice, you still fucking my cousin??06:35
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MajorToolmartin: yes06:35
cubikdiceba, yeah06:35
mirceahello all06:35
FunnyHatba, please watch your language06:35
ubotuPlease watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.06:36
mirceahow can i add multiverse in 606?06:36
bacubikdice, wrap that duder06:36
cubikdiceFunnyHat, i achully am06:36
BHSPitLappy_ceplma, oh, you'd actually like to change a debian install into a ubuntu one?06:36
martinmajortool: all you should need to change in it is "nv" to "nvidia"06:36
cubikdiceba, w0rd06:36
max_nooby_noobis this the support group?06:36
patrickjRememberPOL: http://pastebin.ca/7928206:36
ceplmaBHSPitLappy_: yeah06:36
ubotuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource06:36
FunnyHatcubikdice, ????06:36
internathowdy, i just bought a leatek dtv2000h which uses the  Conexant CX23880/1/2/3 PCI Video and Audio Decoder but buggers me if i can get it to work.. any suggestions?06:36
mirceathank you very much :)06:36
cubikdiceFunnyHat, ...having sex with his cousin06:36
BHSPitLappy_ceplma, can't help you there, I'm not sure if that can be done06:36
ljlolelBHSPitLappy_: you can change sources.list, but it might not work06:36
kaotmax_nooby_noob: i'd help but i haven't worked up the nerve to try installing fglrx or whatever it's called06:36
BHSPitLappy_cubikdice, watch it06:36
bacubikdice, true story... were not even kidding06:36
bai mean06:36
baFunnyHat, its true... he is06:36
BHSPitLappy_ljlolel, it's ceplma06:37
cubikdicelol yeah, kinda creepy beeing on IRC tho06:37
FunnyHatkaot, sorry but the text is scrolling way too fast for me to keep up!!  ^_^:;;;  if you don't see the option in that config file I don't know what to say.  I would suggest looking on ubuntuforums.org or googling around for the name of hte config file to see an exampe06:37
kaotmax_nooby_noob: most of what i've seen on the topic implies that i'm gonna b0rk my junk06:37
max_nooby_noobkaot: it's the ATi drivers06:37
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cubikdicesorry BHSPitLappy_06:37
FunnyHatba, cubikdice Just please keep it clean in here.06:37
bacubikdice, iv been on irc since before you could wdalk06:37
cubikdiceba, most likely06:37
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martinba: I think it was just the language he was objecting to, not the actual act of getting it on with your cousin :p06:37
skavengeive never quite learned to wdalk06:37
baor use ssh for that matter :D06:37
max_nooby_nooball I need is someone to help me launch the installer.06:37
max_nooby_noobI can't figure it out06:37
kaotFunnyHat: well I remember the name of the directive, i'm just trying to figure out if i'm imagining ever having used it or if they took it out or what.  i'll research a bit more, was just curious if you knew offhand.06:37
skavengei mean i can walk, and talk, but wdalk? oh boy06:37
crimsunpatrickj: in a Terminal, amixer set 'Analog Front' 80%06:38
bamartin, i object to the act of him getting it on with my cousin...06:38
martinba: lol06:38
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mirceaunfortunately, software properties is not opening06:38
kaotmax_nooby_noob: installer?  there's an installer?06:38
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bacubikdice, want some new kubuntu disks?06:38
bai got a bunch in the mail today06:38
mirceaSkaven, ^06:38
RememberPOLlol crimsun, are you going to be able to tell me specifically why it broke?06:38
martinba: I'd offer to step in, but I imagine you're in the states... :p06:38
max_nooby_noobyes, an ati proprietary linux driver installer06:38
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bamartin, naw im canadian06:38
mirceaskavenge, that think is not working06:38
_mabusI know this isn't the place to ask... but where might I get somebody to kill a connection that my machine has made to this server? A mysterious client is connected and won't ping out.06:38
cubikdiceba, nah waiting for mine06:38
FunnyHatkaot, ooh ok.  Yea I am positive the option is still in there.  It's a huge security issue to allow root and localhost to connect usually....06:39
kaotthis is awesome.  i used linux from like 2000-2004, took a year or two off when my computers broke, and now i feel like a total nub all over again.  hehe06:39
bacubikdice, its pretty nice... linux is taking hardware pretty good these days06:39
martinba: aha... bad assumption06:39
crimsunRememberPOL: I haven't reread your shell history, and I'm fairly busy atm. Please be patient.06:39
patrickjcrimsun: worked, thanks :D06:39
max_nooby_noobsee this link: https://a248.e.akamai.net/f/674/9206/0/www2.ati.com/drivers/linux/linux_8.26.18-inst.html06:39
crimsunpatrickj: np06:39
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bai still wish i could get osx86 working native on my dell though06:39
martinba: either way, I'm 3000 miles away06:39
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cubikdiceso is there a way to port forward port 22 on my windows box to my linux box06:39
cheeseman557hey, how do i get into rescue mode?06:39
RememberPOLcrimsun: Sorry Daniel.  Again thank you for your help..06:39
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bacubikdice, you using a router?06:39
patrickjsleepy time06:39
cubikdiceba, i'm a gnome kinda guy06:39
patrickjnight all :P06:39
baor iptables?06:39
cubikdiceba. no thats the thing06:39
bjvcubikdice: windows 2000 i know can do that.06:40
cubikdiceits connected throw my other ethernet card06:40
bawell why isnt it just working?06:40
cfh_devIs mdadm or evms the preferred raid utility?06:40
RememberPOLHeh, goodnight patrickj you guru wizard!06:40
_mabuscubikdice: you should have the linux box as the router, then06:40
cubikdicebjv, well how do i go about doing it06:40
max_nooby_noobkaot: all I need is someone to get me to launch it from terminal. everytime I try it says: wrong command or no such file or directory06:40
bjvcubikdice: sorry, it has been about 4 years.. -_-06:40
cubikdice_mabus, well it's to late now..i'm trying to get this to work06:40
cubikdicebjv: thanks....06:40
_mabustoo late?06:40
kaotmax_nooby_noob: oh, go to the directory where you downloaded it, type sh ./ati then hit tab, should autocomplete the whole filename, then hit enter.06:41
kaotthat should run it for you06:41
cubikdice_mabus, that requiers changing my room around :P06:41
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MajorToolthanks martin... i'll give it a shot.06:41
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ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your monitor, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto06:41
RememberPOLcrimsun: Do you know any non-afk freenode ircops?06:41
max_nooby_noobgo to the directory from terminal? how?06:41
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max_nooby_noobnote my name06:41
kaotmax_nooby_noob: you downloaded it, yes?06:41
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kaotdo you recall where you saved it?06:41
bjvcubikdice: im not really involved in windows systems anymore, try in #windows? im certain it was a windows 2000 server machine the exact language im trying to recall.06:41
max_nooby_noobit's in my home directory06:41
CornelliusHow to configure the sound now ? My sound is too  "fast" !06:41
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kaotmax_nooby_noob: ok so when you open the terminal it should default to your home dir.  so just type what i said06:42
crimsunRememberPOL: it's not a good idea to recreate device nodes (udev manages them for you if you use the default Ubuntu kernel and udev)06:42
bjvcubikdice: i remember that when enabled, there was an entry in the 'internet connections' dialog for 'outgoing'06:42
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Jack_Sparrowsudo sh ./fglrx-uninstall.sh06:42
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kaotmax_nooby_noob: ooo wait.  you might need to sudo that06:42
RememberPOLcrimsun: I'll keep that in mind, but I was mindlessly taking advice from timalot06:42
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Jack_Sparrowmax_nooby_noob:  sudo sh ./fglrx-uninstall.sh06:43
max_nooby_noobthat worked06:43
max_nooby_noobthat worked! but then it said: you need to run the install as "super user"06:43
max_nooby_noobwhat the hell is that?06:43
crimsunRememberPOL: /stats p    should give you ircop status06:43
kaotwhat's what?06:43
ljlolelsu = super user06:43
FunnyHatmax_nooby_noob, that means put sudo before the command06:43
ljlolelsudo = super user do06:43
bjvcubikdice: routing and remote access! that is what they called their NAT06:44
cheeseman557hey, how do i get into rescue mode?06:44
jorgeuljlolel: ok, i had to change the file locales.def from gdm configuration and delete the line conrresponding to es_VE.UTF-8 and now everything work well. Thanks for the workaround06:44
ljlolel(or su means switch user)06:44
max_nooby_noobwhat's the fglrx...?06:44
someothernickati driver06:44
ljloleljorgeu: good work06:44
Jack_Sparrowmax_nooby_noob:  Did you even try to follow these06:44
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cubikdicebjv, achully i think i just found out how :) your hunch lead me in the right direction06:44
ljloleljorgeu: how hard would it be to update the locales wiki with that info so that everyone else will have an easier time?06:44
max_nooby_noobok I'll enter sudo sh ./fglrx06:45
jorgeuljlolel: no clue06:45
ubotuTo set up and configure your locales, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LocaleConf06:45
bahahaha, i just rememberd i have a loudblog install06:45
ljloleljorgeu: if you set up an ubuntu account it'd take a second06:45
cubikdicebjv, is the ssh port 22 UDP or TCP?06:45
rockzmanWhich client is lighter on ubuntu aMSN or GAIM?06:45
ljloleli imagine tcp06:45
max_nooby_noobit said: sh: ./fglrx-uninstall.sh: No such file or directory06:45
_mabusHow can I kill a client that is connected from my machine?06:45
cubikdiceba, you gotta set me up an SQL Database sometime06:46
_mabusIt is preventing me from getting to freenode on my own computer06:46
kaotmax_nooby_noob: I don't think you got that command quite right06:46
Jack_Sparrowmax_nooby_noob:  Did you even try to follow the link I gave06:46
ljlolel_mabus: ps aux shows processes, kill 1234 where 1234 is the pid should do it, no?06:46
cheeseman557hey, how do i get into rescue mode?06:46
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james_are there any broadcom wireless experts in here? i went through a procedure to make mine work that i found in ubuntu forums, but now my computer cannot see my wireless card at all06:46
max_nooby_nooboh sorry, I didn't realize that was a link06:46
bjvrockzman: gaim is fat with features, but i notice no slowness on my pc133 1.4ghz machine.06:46
kaotjames_: which chipset?06:46
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james_kaot: 0000:02:03.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation: Unknown device 4319 (rev 02)06:47
rockzmanbjv:  thanks06:47
maagimiesbtw if anyones looking a gtk style for a dark desktop, i found this: http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=2714106:47
james_i guess 4319 would be the chipset?06:47
kaotjames_: sorry mine's slightly different.  you using ndiswrapper or bcm43xx kernel module?06:47
Jack_Sparrowjames no06:47
james_kaot: i have tried both06:47
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max_nooby_noobsorry Jack, what link?06:47
kaotjames_: was it working at some point in the past?06:47
Jack_Sparrowjames_:  more likely a bcm43xx06:48
cheeseman557hey, how do i get into rescue mode with a ubuntu cd? i dont get a boot: prompt06:48
james_i see06:48
max_nooby_noobthe wiki?06:48
Jack_Sparrowmax_nooby_noob: look up06:48
Jack_Sparrowbinary driver how to06:48
james_kaot: no, i have not had it working in linux yet06:48
bacubikdice, answer pm foo!06:48
cubikdiceba, i did foo!06:48
bai see nothing06:49
kaotjames_: what happened with mine was ,i got it working with ndiswrapper under 5.10, I upgraded, 6.06 "helpfully" installed bcm43xx driver for me06:49
kaotwhich didn't work at all06:49
james_Jack_Sparrow: i tried to install the bcm43xx driver and things went from bad to worse. i am thinking about reinstalling and starting over06:49
martincharle97 - are you there?06:49
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kaotso I had to put bcm43xx in /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist, then i uninstalled & reinstalled ndiswrapper.06:49
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kaotjames_: at that point the tough part was finding a working bcmwl5.inf file06:50
max_nooby_noobJack, this is all I saw in addition to the wiki: sudo sh ./fglrx-uninstall.sh06:50
kaotjames_: that was trial-and-error06:50
Jack_Sparrowjames, were you working with an upgraded system or original Dapper install06:50
james_kaot: i guess i will have to keep experimenting too06:50
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james_Jack_Sparrow: this is a fresh dapper install06:51
kaotjames_: just make sure bcm43xx isn't loading on boot06:51
Jack_Sparrowmax_nooby_noob: I would do that page from the top...06:51
kaotjames_: that'll get in the way06:51
max_nooby_noobI believe the ati installer I'm trying to run is newer than the wiki06:51
Jack_Sparrowjames_:  then a fresh install will probably not work.06:51
kaotjames_: have you tried the fwcutter approach?06:51
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james_kaot, that may be what is happening, but i did blacklist it06:51
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Jack_Sparrowmax_nooby_noob: then undo what you were doing and do it the way we know works06:51
kaotjames_: well just modprobe | grep bcm to make sure it isn't loading06:51
james_kaot: yes, that is what i did that caused my system to not see my card anymore06:52
whiteri have a problem... i have an S3 video card and when i do "dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg" to select the S3 driver it doesnt work, when x tries to start the monitor goes blank06:52
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ubotuTo set up and configure your locales, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LocaleConf06:52
whiterthe only way i can get video is by using the vesa driver06:52
Jack_SparrowS3 -= Trident dosent it..06:52
kaotjames_: when you say "not see your card" do you mean in network manager or iwconfig or what?06:52
whiter-= ?06:52
whiterwell... worth a try now isnt it06:53
internatstupid question what is the testing distro of ubuntu?06:53
whiteredgy elf probably06:53
max_nooby_noobok, I simply added sudo to the command kaot recommended and it works06:53
james_kaot: both06:53
Jack_Sparrowwhiter:  Trident chipset, you might just stick with vesa or get something a little newer for your video card06:53
whitereh it isnt that important06:53
kaotjames_: pcmcia or pci card or what?06:53
Jack_Sparrowwhiter:  Nvidia would be the better choice (Any MOdel) over S306:54
whiteri just found these parts laying around06:54
whiterthis box is 500mhz/512mb ram and i just threw ubuntu on it hoping itd work06:54
james_kaot: i just entered modprobe | grep bcm... what should i look for?06:54
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Jack_Sparrowwhiter: and it worked, just not hi-res video06:54
james_kaot: it is built in06:54
whiteralright, let me try trident, brb.06:55
james_i am guessing pcmcia?06:55
kaotjames_: well, you shouldn't get any output,basically.06:55
kaotfrom that command.06:55
kaotjames_: oh so you've got some kind of light on the laptop that tells you when it's active?06:55
james_kaot: i got like 4 lines06:55
james_kaot: yes06:55
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Servo888Man picasa2 for linux is sweet! Nothing competes with it... Which is sad in a way, but true.06:56
kaotjames_: you reboot since blacklisting it?06:57
james_kaot: yes06:57
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kaotjames_: hrm.  well, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org, paste what you got there.06:58
max_nooby_noobok now the installer asks me to Launch the Terminal Application/Window and run  /usr/X11R6/bin/aticonfig --initial to configure the driver06:59
james_kaot: strange thing is, my wireless card actually showed as active after i ran fwcutter, but when i tried to configure it in network settings, the prompt asking for my password for administrator mode would not come up...that happens a lot, so i rebooted06:59
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james_when it came back up, network settings did not list my wireless card at all anymore06:59
Jack_Sparrowjames, root password holds for 10 minutes07:00
SurfnKidlmsensors is a mess to install!07:00
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Jack_SparrowNo need to re-enter for repetitive operations07:00
Godsmackoj #ubuntu-es07:00
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james_Jack_Sparrow: it was not holding,  the prompt just would not come uo07:00
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arooni-linuxi'm trying to get eclipse to see my subversion directory stored in /mnt/repostitory ... i tried typing in file:///mnt/repository, and it gives me back an error message that '/home/oem/file:/mnt' does not exist.... any ideas?07:00
james_kaot: i will pastebin that for u, brb07:00
Jack_Sparrowjames, it just does not need to be entered again for 10 minute, someone said 5 but I read it was 1007:01
max_nooby_noobdoesn't make sense07:01
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mooseman447does anybody know how to make xchat automatically accept dcc files?07:01
ljlolelnot 15?07:01
max_nooby_noobit asks me to run a file that I can't see on my sys: aticonfig07:02
Jack_Sparrow DO I hear 20... No I read it as 1007:02
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Jack_Sparrowmax_nooby_noob: did you try to just go to term and type that07:02
max_nooby_noobI'll try07:02
Ackeubu_Hey guys, im trying to add music to my girls ipod. I use rythmbox. but the ipod seems to be locked somehow. I dont know how to add music to it? can she only addmusic from her mac??07:03
maagimiesmooseman447, are you actually sure you want to receive files automatically when some creep decides sends you donkey porn? :E07:03
max_nooby_nooba sh*tload of info popped up07:03
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mooseman447maagimies lol yea if im going to be away id rather get it then delete when i return07:03
bur[n] erhas anyone browsed files or synced with a  windows mobile 5 device with Dapper07:03
Jack_SparrowProbably not the best description07:03
james_kaot: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1721707:04
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maagimiesbut mooseman447, it's in the preferences, in the file transfer part07:04
Jack_SparrowHEy Gang, Time for me to go to bed.  Just stopped in to stir the pot...07:04
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james_Jack_Sparrow: i hear ya07:04
kaotjames_: oh hell i'm a tard.  lsmod | grep bcm07:04
kaotwrong command07:04
mooseman447wtf thats the 3rd time today i missed somethng so obvious!!!07:05
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james_kaot: ok brb07:05
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kleedracDoes anyone have time to help me get print sharing working?07:05
ljlolelwhat is this lsmod thing?07:05
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maagimiesljlolel, lsmod lists all the kernel modules that are loaded :)07:05
ljlolelwhat time is it where you are?07:05
maagimiesljlolel, me? 08:06 :D07:06
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james_Jack_Sparrow: good night07:06
Jack_SparrowGood luck James..07:06
ljlolelwow, it's 1am here07:06
aaron_hello, im trying to do "sudo apt-get install sun-java5-jre", but when I do it says error: Failed dependencies. Is there a way I can force it to install the dep's too?07:07
james_kaot: ok i entered that command and it did nothing07:07
ubotujava is an object oriented programming language. To install a java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java For the runtime Sun Java install sun-java5-jre from the Multiverse repository07:07
ubotuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource07:07
kaotjames_: good.  ok.  sudo ndiswrapper -l07:07
james_kaot: nothing again07:08
kaotnothing at all?  it should give some output even if there's nothing installed07:08
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kaotjames_: do you have ndiswrapper-utils installed right now?07:08
james_oops, it needs a password lol07:09
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james_kaot: ok, it says no drivers installed07:09
EvilTechMonkeywhats up people07:10
james_kaot: i think i have utils installed, lemme check07:10
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kaotjames_: what's the output from lspci | grep Broadcom ?07:10
kaotjames_: if that was a valid command it's installed07:10
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rtuxHello everybody. It's 8:00 am here.. good morning :)07:11
kaot0100 here.  good uh... dead of night.07:11
rtuxhaha kaot07:11
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maagimiesgood morning rtux :)07:11
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aaron_hey, when I type java --version... it gives me the license agreement again and then down at the bottom it says error: Failed dependencies, how can I fix that?07:12
rtuxhi maagimies07:12
aaron_I did as that link said07:12
aaron_in !java07:12
rtuxGuys, does anyone know what this means: "No module symbols loaded - kernel modules not enabled" ???07:12
james_kaot: should i pastebin that?07:12
kaotjames_: should only be one line, right?07:12
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james_kaot: 2 lines07:12
XgatesDoes anyone a command I can run to remove broken symlinks in a directory?07:12
Xgatesanyone know .....07:13
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kaotjames_: sure pastebin it i guess07:13
RememberPOLHey, any ircops?07:13
rtuxkaot.. do you know?07:13
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kaotrtux: custom kernel?07:13
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rtuxRunning ubuntu07:13
rtuxI don't think so :)07:13
whiteris there a way to use an older version of xorg or something?07:14
kaotrtux: well if you didn't compile your own kernel then it isn't.  I don't recall seeing that one, normally I'd say you don't have module support compiled into your kernel07:14
kaotbut I dunno07:14
whiteranyone know how i can get and use an older version of xorg07:14
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james_kaot: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1721807:15
rtuxkaot I am not sure what's the use of compiling the kernel and I don't know what it means. However, I was seeing my system log to find out why my system freezez from time to time, I realized that there is this error, maybe it contributes to system instability?07:15
Xgatesanyone ??07:15
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kaotXgates: play with synaptic?  dunno enough about apt yet, sorry07:16
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whiterapt is preety easy07:16
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whiter"apt-get install <package>" or to find a package "apt-cache search <string"07:16
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kaotjames_: oh that's lovely.  laptop, right?  did you google your make and model laptop to get more info on your wireless card?07:17
kaotcuz that's pretty sparse on info07:17
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james_kaot: yes, it is a dell b130, dell truemobile 147007:18
rtuxGuys, does anyone know what this means: "No module symbols loaded - kernel modules not enabled" ???07:18
james_i just got thislaptop last night07:19
aroonii'm trying to get eclipse to see my subversion directory stored in /mnt/repostitory ... i tried typing in file:///mnt/repository, and it gives me back an error message that '/home/oem/file:/mnt' does not exist.... any ideas?07:19
kaotjames_: ftp://ftp.us.dell.com/network/R63259.EXE07:19
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kaotjames_: someone on ubuntuforums has very similar laptop07:19
kaotjames_: so you unzip that exe, and then ndiswrapper -i bcmwl5.inf that you get from that file07:20
rtuxare all admins asleep now?07:20
kaotjames_: actually here's the link, second post down07:20
tritiumrtux: what's the matter?07:21
james_kaot: i think i tried all of that07:21
rtuxI need some info..07:21
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infeldhello pycube!07:21
rtuxtritium: Do you know what this means: "No module symbols loaded - kernel modules not enabled" ???07:21
kaotjames_: there's a few commands with changing params in /etc/ndiswrapper/bcmwl5 ... do you remember doing those?07:22
james_kaot: was that person using breezy or dapper?07:22
tritiumrtux: when do you see that?07:22
james_kaot: yes07:22
rtuxI was trying to see the system log to find out what's the reason for occasional freezing of my system. I found this error somewhere I thought maybe it's the reason.07:22
james_kaot: i am wondering if i have messed some things up with all that i have tried.07:23
kaotjames_: short answer is you're SOL for an easy answer I think.  I spent a few days on google and the forums pulling my hair out and ended up going back to ndiswrapper, and that still took me a few tries to get right.07:23
kaotjames_: you may have but the main thing is you have to pick an approach, either bcm43xx kernel driver or ndiswrapper, and go from there.07:24
rtuxtritium are you still there?07:24
james_kaot: funny thing is, the people in #bcm-users were really confident about their driver07:24
kaotjames_: i got mine going with ndiswrapper, and the only thing I had to do to clean up bcm43xx was blacklist it.07:25
james_kaot: that is why i am thinking about just reinstalling kubuntu and going from scratch07:25
kaotjames_: they may well be.  I'd like to see them get it working on my laptop.07:25
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james_kaot: some seem to think this will all be a part of the next kernel07:26
james_2.6.17 or whatever07:26
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kaotjames_: eventually.  last I knew bcm drivers were still very much a work in progress.  i mean you have to use fwcutter to get stuff out of windows files yourself to get them working half the time.07:27
tritiumrtux: yes, here.  Please use my nick, so I notice the highlight07:27
kaotthat's um... not smooth.07:27
james_definitely not07:27
whiteranyone know how i can downgrade xorg07:27
rtuxok, I will do my best tritium.07:27
james_kaot: so you don't think that reinstalling is a bad idea either, huh??07:28
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tritiumwhiter: why?07:28
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james_i will hate to have to do it, but....07:28
rockzmanWhat is the best terminal Emulator for a good appearance ?07:28
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rtuxtritium: This is what I said earlier: I was trying to see the system log to find out what's the reason for occasional freezing of my system. I found this error somewhere I thought maybe it's the reason.07:28
whitertritium because the older version supports my video card and this one doesnt07:28
Ackeubu_Hey how do i edit mp3 tags in a simple way??07:28
whiterthe drivers werent ported07:28
tritiumwhiter: really?  which card?07:28
hawkaloogieAckeubu_, I use easytag07:28
kaotjames_: you probably don't have to do it, and it probably won't work anyway.07:28
tritiumrtux: I see.07:28
kaotjames_: i didn't have to reinstall07:29
whiteran old S3 Trio07:29
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rockzmanCan anyone answer me what is the best terminal emulator for a good appearance07:29
kaotmatter of fact i upgraded and mucked my stuff all up because i had both ndiswrapper and bcm43xx configs laying around and still got it to work07:29
kaotit's just a hair-pulling pain is all07:29
whitermaybe i can use the hoary repositories to install xorg again07:29
whiterthink that would work?07:29
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Ackeubu_hawkaloogie thanks07:29
tritiumwhiter: not even xserver-xorg-driver-s3 ?07:29
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whiternope tritium07:29
james_well, i had better go to bed, i'llwork on all of this tomorrow07:30
tritiumwhiter: nor xserver-xorg-driver-s3virge?07:30
kaotjames_: good luck07:30
james_kaot: i appreciate all of the help07:30
KenSentMerockzman: what's wrong with the standard terminals in (k)ubuntu?07:30
james_good night07:30
rtuxtritium: no idea? :) you recommend anyone to help me?07:30
whiteri think im just gonna use the hoary repositories after i uninstall xorg07:30
whiterand install the old one07:30
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bur[n] erhaory?  you mean breezy/07:30
tritiumrtux: what symptoms are you having?07:30
whiterno i ment hoary07:31
bur[n] erwow... so old07:31
whiterim using breezy right now07:31
bur[n] eruse dapper :)07:31
whiterit doesnt matter07:31
rtuxjust freezing system from time to time.07:31
whiterdapper doesnt work for it either07:31
bur[n] erbreezy's all old now ;)07:31
rtuxjust freezing system from time to time tritium07:31
whiteryes, thats my point07:31
tritiumrtux: it would be best to look at the logs at the time of the freeze07:31
bur[n] ers3 trio... that doesn't work on dapper?  you sure?07:31
tritiumrtux: next time that happens, note the time, and check the log files for messages near that timestamp07:32
whitermine doesnt anyway, its cause the drivers werent ported07:32
tritiumwhiter: I would think that it is07:32
bur[n] erwhiter: file a bug on launchpad?07:32
whitertheres already a few07:32
whiterits a known issue...07:32
rtuxI did that tritium. You know what I saw? This: Jul  4 20:31:21 rtux-desktop -- MARK --07:32
tritiumwhiter: try to use periods, and not enter.  thanks...07:32
rtuxtritium: That was all I could see at the time of freeze before rebooting07:33
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tritiumrtux: that doesn't telll me much07:33
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InnerFIREwhen will flash be updated for linux.. this is intolerable..07:33
jorgeuwhen the cows fly07:33
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rtuxtritium: do you think if I loaded system kernel modules it will help my system?07:34
KenSentMeInnerFIRE: i thought in 2007 there will be flash 9 for linux or something07:34
tritiumInnerFIRE: nothing we can do about that07:34
InnerFIREso what do us linux users do when we are on websites that require flash 807:34
tritiumrtux: no07:34
jorgeuremember that now macromedia is owned by adobe07:34
InnerFIREwell.. they are saying that they will go straight to 8.507:34
KenSentMeInnerFIRE: i use Internet Explorer for linux ies4linux07:34
rtuxtritium: that doesn't tell me much either :P07:34
jorgeuadobe doesn't care much about linux07:34
InnerFIREill check that out..07:35
InnerFIREi installed firefox for windows.. using wine..07:35
omglazersAnyone here know anything about installing ubuntu and somehow changing the partitions manually if I don't have a program to do it automatically?07:35
InnerFIREbut it always shuts down randomly07:35
InnerFIREits annoying07:35
KenSentMeInnerFIRE: check here, it worked for me, with flash 8 http://www.tatanka.com.br/ies4linux/index-en.html07:35
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jorgeuomglazers: cheked if still exists the expert install07:36
jorgeuomglazers: ?07:37
tritiumomglazers: you can do that with the standard installer07:37
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omglazerstritium: The installer has some way of editing partitions I think but I have no clue how to do it and cant find a tutorial and im afraid to mess with it07:37
tritiumomglazers: choose to manually partition, and it's fairly straightforward07:38
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Ackeubu_hawkaloogie I dont get it. i mark a group of songs and write the artists name. i save the files and the tags are not updated... >(07:38
omglazerstritium: is there a tutoria you could point me to online07:38
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tritiumomglazers: not that I'm aware of07:39
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hawkaloogieAckeubu_, when you do a group you have to hit the little button on the right of the field07:39
hawkaloogiethat will update ALL of the selected records07:39
hawkaloogiethen you save, and then it works07:39
Ackeubu_hawkaloogie aaah thnaks07:39
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fightingfriendswhere can I find logos of ubuntu, kubuntu and edubuntu?07:40
crimsunfightingfriends: in the artwork packages.07:41
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fightingfriendscrimsun: I'm not using ubuntu yet07:41
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crimsunfightingfriends: it doesn't matter.07:41
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Phoulanyone have skype working?07:41
fightingfriendscrimsun: where are the packages?07:41
Phoulim trying to get skype working for me but i keep getting the same issue when running it07:42
PhoulThe device is busy07:42
crimsunfightingfriends: CC.archive.ubuntu.com. Look for \*artwork\* on packages.ubuntu.com07:42
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fightingfriendsthanks crimsun07:42
crimsunfightingfriends: np07:43
PhoulAnyone know about skype? I really need to use it but i cant currently because of this "device busy" issue07:43
JDStone1happy 4th of july.  Question.  I noticed that BIND in Ubuntu dapper doesn't include the 'rndc' utility.  why is that?07:43
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piya_undergrouncan anyone to create a dailup connention using bluetooth07:43
JDStone1piya_undergroun: I believe that is possible07:44
crimsunJDStone1: I'm pretty sure that's in bind9.07:45
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JDStone1crimsun: I don't have the utility07:45
JDStone1I thought so too07:45
crimsun!find rndc07:45
ubotuNo packages matching 'rndc' could be found07:45
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piya_undergrounjdstone if any MAN pages on bluetooth or any notes onconfiguring blueetooth modem07:45
JDStone1and I have dnsutils installed07:45
Phoulgah can anyone at all help me please this is a issue07:45
JDStone1piya_undergroun: sorry, no idea07:45
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HereticHey all07:46
JDStone1ubotu: any ideas why I don't have it07:46
HereticIm having trouble with my install07:46
ubotuI know nothing about any ideas why I don't have it07:46
crimsunJDStone1: they're definitely there.07:46
Hereticwhat do i burn the ISO in?07:46
HereticDo i have to burn it at a specific speed?07:46
crimsuncrimsun@garnish:/tmp/merges$ dpkg-deb -c /var/cache/apt/archives/bind9_1%3a9.3.2-2ubuntu1_i386.deb |grep 'bin/rndc'07:46
crimsun-rwxr-xr-x root/root     20128 2006-02-16 09:39:34 ./usr/sbin/rndc07:46
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JDStone1i should have it then07:47
rggis there any software or configuration or anything that can work as an alarm clock?07:47
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your monitor, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto07:47
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HereticAny ideas guys?07:47
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JDStone1crimsun: what package is that?  BIND9 package?07:48
Healotyou can do it with either i)cdrecord ii) k3b iii)gnomebaker iv)xcdroast >> Heretic07:48
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Healotin Windows, there is always Nero burning rom or freeware like burn-at-once07:48
Hereticthanks Healot is that on windows?07:49
Hereticcausei m on windows lol07:49
Heretici get this error with nero Healot07:49
JDStone1crimsun: I don't have the 3a9.3.2-2ubuntu1_i386.deb package anywhere on my comp07:49
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