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Riefcan i controll the window width and height with a script?12:01
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juantaoHi there, I want to sign the Ubuntu Code of Conduct, but am confused using pgp - I have a key at launchpad, how might I proceed?12:02
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jayhi12:03
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sys8976I ran diskmounter to see my 40g ntfs drive, however in xubuntu it isnt showing it in listed. however when I go into settings-disks- it is showing it there. anyone know how I can access my slave drive? I just need to read it not write to it12:03
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ompauljuantao, give me about 15 minutes and I can help you there12:03
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erUSULjuantao: gpg -s file to sign ??12:03
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moshehey folks12:03
SimzIAnybody know any plugins for Xchat which show your now playing shiz from xmms?12:03
juantaoompaul: thanks,12:03
moshedoes anyone know of a Linux utility that will convert chm files to something more useful?12:04
aLPHa_LeaKSimzI: there are loads12:04
dpnHow do I allow Azureus to update, evertime the auto-updater works it says "The location '/opt/azureus' isnt writable12:04
SimzILike, aLPHa_LeaK ?12:04
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SonicChaodpn: are you updating as root?12:04
sys8976I ran diskmounter to see my 40g ntfs drive, however in xubuntu it isnt showing it in listed. however when I go into settings-disks- it is showing it there. anyone know how I can access my slave drive? I just need to read it not write to it12:04
aLPHa_LeaKSimzI: wait a sec...12:04
SimzIcheers12:05
kolajeis there an option to view a progress on a cp or mv?12:05
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gnomefreakkolaje: cd to the dir than type ls12:05
nuxroplease I need a server without lag for conected... help me12:05
juantaois " 7EC2B4A9" my key or is it "0xd97e767ae15d7356a78deb547be8083c7ec2b4a9" ?12:05
aLPHa_LeaKSimzI: http://scripts.xchat.org/cgi-bin/disp << search for xmms there12:05
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ompauljuantao, if you get the information you need in the mean time please let me know cheers12:05
erUSULjuantao: the former iirc12:05
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dpnSonic, Im just running azureus12:05
dpnit auto updates12:06
aLPHa_LeaKSimzI: "XCHT-XMMS 0.1" is one for example12:06
dpnhow do I run it as root12:06
gnomefreakkolaje: yw12:06
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ompaul!root12:06
ubotusudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.12:06
gnomefreakdpn: sudo12:06
LiteHeddedwhat's /dev/console?12:06
aLPHa_LeaK"xmms to X-Chat 1.0a" another, SimzI12:06
SimzIthe link doesn't work for it aLPHa_LeaK, is it available via apt-get ?12:06
dpnsudo azureus doesnt work =/12:06
aLPHa_LeaKSimzI: the link should work...12:07
crogue5so how do you mount your HD after booting Desktop live?12:07
tvalladonkolaje, check out Pipe Viewer: http://www.ivarch.com/programs/pv.shtml12:07
aLPHa_LeaKSimzI: are you registered here?12:07
SimzIyes12:07
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aLPHa_LeaKSimzI: may i query you?12:07
SimzIyup12:07
sys8976anyone know much about diskmounter and xubuntu12:07
juantaoerusul: what does "the former iirc" mean ?12:08
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dpnNow my icons on my desktop aren't working....12:08
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SonicChaodpn: You weren't supposed to do that12:08
dpnNot supposed to do what12:08
erUSULjuantao: the first one if i recall correctly. the shorter form is the id of the key. 7EC2B4A912:08
LiteHeddedwhat's /dev/console?12:08
erUSULjuantao: the larger one is the fingerprint iirc12:09
sys8976LiteHedded: http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=265127 here12:09
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juantaoerusul: er. thanks. I don't have my key installed on this box (I guess?)12:10
gioacchinohello12:10
gioacchinoI had a problem with ubuntu12:10
erUSULjuantao: where do you generated it?12:10
dpnSo how am I supposed to open azureus with sudo12:10
juantaoersusl: on a box at work12:10
dlidpn, no, run it as user12:11
nomatsdpn, why would you do that?12:11
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dpnTo update it12:11
dpnThe auto update won't work12:11
gioacchinoI had install wine 0.9.9 but  I had a program work with Wine 2003011512:11
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dpnKeeps downloading applying, then saying it cant write to the update dir12:11
dpnCause I dont have permission12:11
gioacchinoI must remove wine 0.9.9 and install Wine 2003011512:11
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erUSULjuantao: then your key is in that box at work, yes.12:12
nomatsdpn, write to another directory?12:12
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dpnIts an auto update!12:12
dpnI can't control where its going12:12
juantaoerusul: isn't the key one of those numbers I sent a few minutes ago?12:12
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ardchoilledpn: let me get this stright.. someone wrote an app that is used as USER and that app has auto-update that updates files in a dir that is not writeable by the USER?12:13
nomatsahh. it probably downloads it to /tmp. you can decompress it yourself to the appropriate folder. there's a post on ubuntuforum about this12:13
dpnyes12:13
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dpnazureus12:13
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dpnDo you want me to take a screenshot of the popup box12:13
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harmlesslo12:13
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roostishawwhat is the package for bon echo called?12:14
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erUSULjuantao: no, that was the id and fingerprint of the key. you can export your key to a file 'gpg --export-secret-key > ultrasecurefile.gpg' and then in your home box 'gpg --import ultrasecurefile.gpg'12:15
moses__besides Gimp. any good graphics program for Ubuntu?12:15
tibbe_How can I install latest Ruby on Rails and RubyGems without ending up with lots of hard to remove orphaned files?12:15
gioacchinohow to get Wine 20030115  ????????????12:15
gioacchinohow to get Wine 20030115  ????????????12:15
dpnSo not one single person here uses Azurues?12:15
moses__gioacchino: go away12:15
deamonHello to all !12:15
WordsworthI used Azureus until uTorrent came along.12:15
erUSULgioacchino: do not repeat12:15
moses__gnomefreak: besides Gimp. any good graphics program for Ubuntu?12:15
nomatsdpn, 01:1312:15
WordsworthuTorrent uses almost no resources, and it's nothing but an exed.12:15
dpnIf I cant get azureus working what chance do I have with utorrent in Wine12:16
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WordsworthI've been trying to install Ubuntu, but I keep  getting a memory error when I boot from the disc12:16
WordsworthWhen I run the install from my Windows desktop, the browser never loads, only the splash and then it closes12:16
gioacchinoplease help me!!!!12:16
WordsworthAny ideas what is wrong? Thanks.12:16
gnomefreakmoses__: i gave you 3 or 4 before12:16
erUSULmoses__: do not repeat... please. krita? pixel?12:16
deamoncan anybody speak with me ?12:16
gnomefreakgioacchino: please tell us what the issue is instead of all the !12:16
erUSULgioacchino: be polite please12:16
ardchoilledeamon: Hi, what do you need?12:17
moses__gnomefreak: sorry I left for 5mins, missed them12:17
dpnHow do I run a program in sudo so it won't whine about permissions12:17
moses__gnomefreak: what were those 5?12:17
gioacchinoI had xml spy 2006 pro installer12:17
moses__deamon: no12:18
harmlessto install kde on an ubantu livecd, can i do sudo apt-get install kde ?12:18
gioacchinobut it not work with wine 0.9.912:18
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Shizboomwhat x window manager is installed in ubuntu by default?12:18
deamonardchoille, i'm from Ukraine, and i want to get new friends and to practice my English (:12:18
gioacchinoit work only Wine 2003011512:18
erUSULharmless: you can not install something as big as that in a livecd12:18
gnomefreakmoses__: try imagemagic or blender or any of them there are many apps in that catagory i suggest looking in synaptic and finding one you like12:18
gioacchinoI had searc on google it but i had forund wine 0.9.1612:18
samulierUSUL, actually you probably can given enough ram.12:19
ardchoilledeamon: I understand. This is a support channel for Ubuntu Linux. Do you use Ubuntu?12:19
nomatsdpn, open terminal and type sudo azureus12:19
dpnI've got it12:19
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dpnfound a thread in the forums12:19
harmlessim going to install it to disk after i mess with it for a bit. ive been using knoppix for a few days12:19
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dpnthanks thoughn12:19
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deamonardchoille, sorry, i don't use that Linux (:12:19
frying_fishgioacchino: is there no native linux program that can do what xml spy does?12:19
harmlessfigured if i was going to install something, it should be something like ubuntu12:19
ardchoilledeamon: Ok :)12:19
roostishawwhat is the package for bon echo called?12:19
erUSULsamuli: well yes you are right but still...12:19
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moses__gnomefreak: ok!12:20
samulierUSUL, yeah :) There's no point in doing that.12:20
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harmlesswhat are benefits of gnome over kde?12:20
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moses__gnomefreak: : Couldn't find package imagemagic12:20
Seveasharmless, what are the benefits of brown bread over white?12:20
Seveasmoses__, imagemagick12:20
gnomefreakoh yeah the k12:21
XoNESonicChao: I found it....you don't have to be root after all.  Right-click on icon and "unmount".  <sigh> :-)12:21
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moses__Seveas: thanks12:21
samuliharmless, it's probably better for people who just want to use their computers and not tinker with it too much.12:21
ardchoilleharmless: I feel that it is mostly personal preference. Try them both and see which one works best for you.12:21
moses__Seveas: is blender of imagemagick better?12:21
Draslahow do I find out what is invoking vsftpd?  there's no entry in either inetd.conf or in the init.d folder...12:21
SonicChaoXoNE: Ok...sorry about being misinformed.12:21
harmlessive used kde for a few days and gnome for only a few minutes12:21
samulilearning curve of gnome is less steep. That's not to say it's 'easier' in the long run though.12:21
erUSULmoses__: blender is a 3d modeler12:21
Seveasmoses__, they're not comparable...12:21
nothingmananyone here have experience with S3 cards and Xinerama under Dapper?12:21
moses__harmless: i like gnome12:22
moses__ok12:22
SonicChao!anyone > nothingman12:22
XoNESonicChao:  oh, no problem..  just wanted to share the info :-)12:22
harmlessgnome seemed lighter12:22
Seveasit is12:22
samuliI differ.12:22
SonicChaoXoNE: thanks12:22
samuliTo me KDE is way faster-12:22
moses__Seveas: it says: imagemagick is already the newest version.12:22
moses__  But how can I load it?12:22
moses__imagemagick is already the newest version. bash: imagemagick: command not found12:22
Seveasmoses__, see the documentation in /usr/share/imagemagick - you call it from the command line. It is very powerful but dificult to used12:23
ardchoillemoses__: are you wanting a gui app to create graphics?12:23
erUSULmoses__: imagemagick is a cli program. use display, convert, mogrify etc12:23
moses__it says imagemagick is latest version, yet then it says it cant load :P12:23
moses__ardchoille: I only want to create a single file, 640x400 black screen with red writing12:23
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moses__ardchoille: gui yes12:23
killazhi folks12:24
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nomatsmoses__, try dpkg -L imagemagick | grep bin12:24
ompauljuantao are you still stuck?12:24
ardchoillemoses__: then, imagemagick probably isn't what you want. I like gimp and inkscape myself.12:24
killazis there a cli version of php?12:24
moses__ardchoille: can you create a single file, 640x400 black screen with red writing for me, if I give you the text I need?12:24
Seveaskillaz, apt-get install php5-cli12:24
moses__ardchoille: I cant ger Gimp to make a black bg with red writing12:24
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ardchoillemoses__: join me in #jayden please12:25
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varsendaggrhey how do i open up a firewall for amule?12:26
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Warbovarsendaggr: Check which ports it is using (maybe 6667?) and use something like Firestarter to open them up12:26
varsendaggrahh12:27
Warbovarsendaggr: Are you using an external/hardware firewall or router?12:27
erUSULvarsendaggr: what firewall front end did you instaled?? with firestarter??12:27
varsendaggrrouter12:27
Warbovarsendaggr: Then you need to open up the ports on it12:27
varsendaggrwhateve comes with ubuntu12:27
varsendaggrcan i do that with firestarter?12:27
Warbovarsendaggr: No, if you know the IP address of your router (maybe 192.168.1.1) then put that into a browser and you should be able to configure it12:28
erUSULvarsendaggr: then you have to configure nat on your router to forward the apropiate port(s) to your computer12:28
juantaoompaul: yes12:28
varsendaggrahh12:28
WarboI can't actually get mine to forward them properly :(12:28
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erUSULWarbo: yeah i have to reconfigure them evey time i reboot the computer... (weird but true)12:29
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mtsunamidoes anyone know why my volume controls wouldn't affect the volume in rhythmbox?12:29
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ompauljuantao, please check your private messages12:30
tron_hello, i need help12:30
tron_ive been trying to get easyubuntu installed12:30
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ompaultron_, have you asked in #easyubuntu?12:30
erUSULompaul: i think i helped juantao with the gpg problem...12:30
juantaoompaul: um... sorry, how do I do that?12:30
Warbomtsunami: My soundcard is a bit weird, so the only effective volume control (other than mute) is the HiFi I have it connected to12:30
tron_first i got nothing but 404 errors, now i dl it and extracted it, but it wont install12:30
mtsunamii mean, even if i mute the volume from the little icon in the corner, rhythmbox still plays :/12:30
tron_no one in easyubuntu12:30
ompaulerUSUL, I asked was he still stuck12:31
ompauljuantao, click on the link12:31
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mtsunamiyeah i have external control that will work fine but the pc can't control it :(12:31
Warbomtsunami: The only ones which matter to Rhythmbox are the Master and PCM, anyway12:31
nomatsmtsunami, maybe the little icon changes master volume and you need to change pcm12:31
nothingmanI'm having trouble with the Diamond Stealth 3D 2000 cards (ViRGE 86C325) in my Xinerama setup that worked fine under Breezy ever since I upgraded to Dapper12:32
Bassettswhat should be used instead of skype on ubuntu?12:32
nothingmanthe other card is an Intel i810 of some sort12:32
WarboBassetts: Skype, or Ekiga or maybe OpenWengo (never used it myself)12:32
mtsunamiok i will try pcm then12:32
BassettsWarbo: thanks, dont want to use skype as it isnt SIP12:32
nothingmanand the material Google finds me tells me to change the driver from s3virge to s3 -- which removes the errors, but still gives me nothing on my monitors (and the mouse doesn't go off the middle screen)12:33
mtsunamino that didn't do it :(12:33
erUSULompaul: if i understand him... he has his secret key (ring) in a machine at work so he can not sign anything from home. but maybe i misanderstood :(12:33
nothingmanand the Intel screen doesn't come up with the s3virge drivers, either12:33
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nothingmanonly if I remove them or use s312:33
BassettsWarbo: can i call landlines, get calls from landlines with either of them?12:33
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WarboBassetts: Ekiga comes with Ubuntu I think. I set it up really easily on my Dad's machine, but couln't get my router to forward the right ports so it doesn't work on mine :(12:33
nothingmanthe errors I get are related to the allocation of memory12:34
ompaulerUSUL, so it appears, not much to do anyway12:34
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WarboBassetts: I think so, but you would have to check on ekiga.net or ekiga.org (I know nothing about openwengo though)12:34
BassettsWarbo: what i really need is incoming calls12:34
hoehavercan someone with ktorrent and a router help me12:34
erUSULhoehaver: maybe someone with utorrent and a router can help too? ;)12:35
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hoehaverwell utorrent is for windows12:35
erUSULhoehaver: i run it with wine here...12:36
hoehaveroo12:36
WarboI like whichever torrent client is built into GNOME. It acts just like a regular downloading file, so that is nice12:36
BassettsWarbo: seems ekiga has outgoing not incoming and Wengo has a incoming number soon12:36
hoehaverwell, ktorrent isnt connecting, it will conneect but only for a short while12:37
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hoehaverthen i get error messages like Authentication to 80.193.10.192 : failure12:37
hoehaverTimeout occured12:37
hoehaverAuthentication to 86.62.203.147 : failure12:37
hoehaverTimeout occured12:37
hoehaverAuthentication to 70.234.20.218 : failure12:37
mjrBassetts, inaccurate; ekiga can use any SIP provider, and the default one does provide call-in numbers as well, though only in a few countries at this point12:37
hoehaveri have  the ports forwarded in my router and in my firewall (firestarter)12:37
gluttonyok, how do i get ubuntu to play mp3s12:37
Bassettsmjr: really?? their site says nothing about this12:38
ompaulhoehaver, Don't paste in this channel thanks, please use http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org12:38
Warbohoehaver: Is this a really popular file? I know Debian ISOs go REALLY quickly for example12:38
revilotanyone know of a way to record what you do on your desktop into video12:38
Warbo!mp312:38
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  -  See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html  -  But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats12:38
shadowpandaAH, ubuntu and me...its a love hate relationship12:38
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ompaulrevilot, there is a program called istanbul12:38
mjrBassetts, whose, diamondcard's?12:38
revilotompaul: i tried it, it's awful12:38
mjr(that's the default provider)12:38
WarboDoes istanbul work in Gstreamer0.10?12:38
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mjrI thought I saw a dial-in option there12:39
Bassettsmjr: ekiga doesnt make it obvious12:39
boxgamexuh crap. i deleted my linux partitions and grub is on the MBR12:39
hoehaverwell, its not just one file and it does it on any thing ang everything i try to download12:39
boxgamexand it just errors12:39
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varsendaggrshadowpanda, why don't you go back to DOS?12:39
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Warborevilot: Try gvidcap or maybe pyvnc2swf (I use it to make flash movies)12:39
Bassettsmjr: so i need to look for SIP providers? who sell incoming numbers12:39
erUSULhoehaver: maybe it is a private torrent and you need some kind of auth mechanism12:39
shadowpandabecause i hate viruses12:39
LuisMendessince Nvu is dead, is there another visual HTML editor available for linux?12:39
gluttonyseriously, i cant play mp3 files, or cds12:39
shadowpandaIm trying to find some video card drivers but i cant even run them on linux12:40
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hoehaverwell how do i authinticate?12:40
Warbo!tell gluttony about mp312:40
erUSULhoehaver: can you try with other torrent client?12:40
hoehaveror better yet how do i do static IP12:40
mjrBassetts, yes, and I do believe the default provider has this service at some countries. Not including mine, but then, I 'm happy with call-out service12:40
hoehaverwell, i was going to download another torrent downloader and see if it worked but i havent done that yet12:40
Sleeping_Slothgluttony, are you using amarok?12:40
Bassettsmjr: well mine is for support services so i need call-in (in UK)12:40
Warboshadowpanda: What card do you have?12:40
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shadowpandanForce 4 44012:41
WarboBassetts: US and UK will probably be supported by anyone with such a service12:41
Bassettsok12:41
Warbo!nvidia12:41
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your monitor, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/BinaryDriverHowto12:41
shadowpandaI got the driver and ran it though wine but inside the install it told me I needed windows12:41
gluttonyi dont know what im using12:41
shadowpandaubotu: thanks12:41
ubotuI know nothing about thanks12:41
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Sleeping_Slothgluttony - I've only just logged in - so I havent read what you put earlier12:42
gluttonyok, i got a cd playing, but there is alot of weird static in my headset12:42
Warboshadowpanda: You honestly tried to use a Windows driver in WINE? Take a look at that link...12:42
rskshadowpanda, dont install drivers via wine, it wont work.12:42
Sleeping_Slothgluttony - if you want a music player I would suggest either amarok or xmms12:42
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Warbo!ubotu12:42
ubotuI am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbotuUsage12:42
ubotufoo12:42
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mjrBassetts, the default PC-to-phone provider, diamondcard.us, does seem to provide UK phone numbers, yes12:43
Bassettsmjr: thanks12:43
gluttonySleeping_Sloth, i get staic in all audio players12:43
Warbogluttony: Check the volume levels. Try to make them about 3/4 on the PC, then adjust with your speakers12:43
LuisMendessince Nvu is dead, is there another visual HTML editor available for linux?12:43
WarboNvu is dead? Noooooo!12:44
WarboDammit, I like it :(12:44
LuisMendesWarbo, a year without news, updates, announcements.. nothing! I assume it is dead12:45
gluttonystatic is still there12:45
ompauljuantao, you okay now?12:45
Sleeping_Slothgluttony: unless its a volume thing, it sounds like an ALSA problem - I assume you're running onboard sound?12:45
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gluttonyif that means i have a sound card, then yes12:46
WarboLuisMendes: Have you checked any cvs/svn they have? Maybe some updates there12:46
Sleeping_Slothgluttony - have you set up drivers for it?12:46
LuisMendesWarbo, yes, there's nothing12:46
Sleeping_Slothwarbo, luismendes: - there's Amaya12:46
gluttonynope, how do i do that.12:47
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LuisMendesSleeping_Sloth, is it good? compared to dead nvu...12:47
AdamGRight, so I installed all of ubuntu to one partition, and now I want to use a diffrent partition as /home. Can I have it do that automatically without reinstallation?12:47
erUSUL!sound12:47
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/DebuggingSoundProblems12:47
Sleeping_SlothI don't know - I just know it exists12:47
WarboLuisMendes: Oh well, I don't actually need any updates actually. I only use it's basic features (I'm stingy so I don't pay for any hosting which allows FTP)12:47
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shadowpandaWarbo: can you please go to this site and help me with one of my steps? https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia12:48
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WarboAmaya, in my opinion, is a showcase for W3C standards. It isn't really that useful12:48
Sleeping_Slothluismendes: Amaya is a bit hard to use, but it's endorsed by the W3C, so you know that pages you build in it will be standards-based. It offers features like CSS editing and will edit XML really well. Feature highlights: XML support, scripting support, advanced CSS support, built-in validator, and international support as well as WYSIWYG and color coded XHTML editing.12:48
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erUSULAdamG: automatically no just ceate the partition copy the files and modify fstab12:48
LuisMendesSleeping_Sloth, wow this Amaya is developed by W3C!12:48
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Sleeping_Slothluismendes: yeah - it *sounds* like it could be pretty handy - I might give it a go myself.12:48
tvalladonSleeping_Sloth: what do you think of bluefish? I know its not wysiwyg...12:48
Warboshadowpanda: What step can't you do?12:48
AdamGooh, fstab, never edited that before :P Thanks, though12:48
LuisMendestvalladon, bluefish? use gedit instead :P12:49
Sleeping_Slothtvalladon: I've never been a big wysiwyg fan - I prefer coding by hand12:49
tvalladonhmmm12:49
WarboI'll tell you one thing, NEVER make a HTML page in Abiword. The amount of crap it adds to every single line is unbelievable :)12:49
tvalladonSleeping_Sloth: same, but my Ultraedit doesnt run under linux.. and wine makes it slow12:49
Sleeping_Slothtvallon - I use PSPad on windows, I dont think there is a linux port12:49
shadowpandaUnder Install and activate  drivers12:50
shadowpanda6. Find the appropriate module for your kernal.12:50
shadowpandai can not find this12:50
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hoehaverhow do i setup a static IP?12:50
Warboshadowpanda: Tell you what, I'll walk you through my way of doing it.12:50
shadowpandaok good deal12:50
Warboshadowpanda: In a terminal do "uname -r"12:50
Warboshadowpanda: What does it give?12:50
tvalladonSleeping_Sloth: so gedit, thanks, I will look into it12:51
shadowpanda2.6.15-23-38612:51
shadowpandais that my linux address?12:51
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Warboshadowpanda: OK, now run "sudo apt-get install module-assistant nvidia-glx nvidia-kernel-source"12:51
Warboshadowpanda: That is the version of the kernel you are using12:52
Sleeping_Slothis anyone on here using amarok on gnome?12:52
WarboSleeping_Sloth: Me (1.4.1)12:52
rsk!elf12:52
ubotuI know nothing about elf12:52
Warbo!pixie12:52
shadowpandaWarbo: Couldn't find package nvidia-kernal-source12:52
ubotuI know nothing about pixie12:52
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shadowpandait says nvidia-glx is already the newest version.12:53
Sleeping_Slothwarbo: I'm on the repository version (1.3.9) and it crashes sometimes12:53
Warboshadowpanda: kernel, with an E12:53
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shadowpandahaha oops12:53
Sleeping_Slothwarbo: and it refers to kmail or something12:53
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tvalladonsuggestion for good music library system with iPod support?12:53
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Sleeping_Slothit's not done it for a while (with an error) but it seems fairly prone to freezing up12:54
shadowpandasudo apt-get install module-assistant nvidia-glx nvidia-kernel-source12:54
WarboSleeping_Sloth: Yeah, it did that sometimes for me when I overloaded it (tip: Give it a few seconds between track changes so it can buffer. Don't just keep hitting Super-B)12:54
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pianoboy3333Where do the normal java classes get installed to with the sun java package?12:54
WarboSleeping_Sloth: That is because it tries to file a bug report12:54
NutubuntuHi - Just upgraded Breezy->Dapper and have some minor issues. First is my MS Intellimouse. The wheel is no longer behaving the way it used to; I can't scroll down, for example, in Firefox, and the side buttons no longer take me "forward" and "back" over links I've clicked. How do I get my old mouse behavior back?12:54
Sleeping_Slothwarbo: ah - thanks, that clears that up12:54
Sleeping_Slothwarbo: can I disable bug reporting?12:54
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Warboshadowpanda: Has it installed that stuff yet?12:55
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shadowpandaWarbo: i get another error, Nvidia-glx is already the newest version. Package nvidia-kernel-source is not available, but is referred by another package.12:55
WarboSleeping_Sloth: I don't know, but I think you might be able to change which tool it uses (so point it to /bin/true or something) have a look through the options12:55
Warbo!universe12:55
ubotuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource12:55
colkanyone know how to install openssl0.9.612:55
Warboshadowpanda: Do you have the "universe" and "multiverse" repositories enabled?12:56
shadowpandai dont know12:56
shadowpandanor would i know how to check12:56
Sleeping_Slothwarbo: thanks12:56
shadowpandawait12:56
Warboshadowpanda: Then you don't :)12:56
shadowpandai may hold on12:56
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shadowpandai do no12:57
shadowpandanow12:57
hchaudh1i recently bought a MS Sttreets and Trips 2006 GPS unit + SW. Is that supported in ubuntu?12:57
Dromenare virus scanners worthwhile having in ubuntu ?12:57
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lophytevirus? linux? what?12:58
Dromenlophyte: they do exist12:58
Dromenironicaly12:58
Dromen*ironically12:58
hchaudh1haha lol12:58
erUSULcolk: dapper's is 0.9.812:58
shadowpandaWarbo: whats my next step12:58
Dromensearch virus in synaptic12:58
WarboDromen: If you are running Linux as a gateway to a heavily M$ based corporate network or something then yes12:58
colkerUSUL, im trying to use yahoo offical messenger and it isnt working too well12:58
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Warboshadowpanda: You have module assistant?12:58
rskhchaudh1, MS streets is not supported.12:59
NiklasH_workhi, i'm trying edgy out, but can't get past the error in configuring gtk-engines-xenophilia. how do i do to get rid of that?12:59
Dromenoki warbo just curious :)12:59
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rskhchaudh1, abaut trips and SW i have no idea.12:59
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Warbo!edgy12:59
ubotuedgy is the current development version of Ubuntu. Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For its release schedule, see !schedule12:59
lophyteDromen: http://www.reallylinux.com/docs/linuxvirustop10.html12:59
shadowpandaWarbo: I dont know, as you can tell i have been hooked on MS way too long.12:59
erUSULcolk: does not gaim work with the yahoo network?12:59
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lophyteDromen: read that :)12:59
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erUSULcolk: are you trying to compile it?12:59
Warboshadowpanda: The "apt-get" line should install it. Did it work?12:59
colkdosent support the parts of yahoo that are needed12:59
harmlessey mon, if i install ubuntu to a partition on slave drive, can it be boot to?12:59
Dromenlol lophyte looks funny12:59
NiklasH_workyeah, i know what edgy is ;)12:59
colkno im using the offical client deb12:59
Dromenonly read part 112:59
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bimberiNiklasH_work: #ubuntu+1 for edgy questions01:00
lophyteits a good article :)01:00
WarboNiklasH_work: I thought it would say something about #ubuntu+1 :)01:00
NiklasH_workbimberi: thanks, i'll go there01:00
bimberiNiklasH_work: np :)01:00
NiklasH_workWarbo: ok, got it :)01:00
Warboharmless: You need the bootloader (GRUB) on the drive which is booted (probably first one) but then it can boot an OS which is installed wherever01:01
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slakI'm on dialup, is there anyone in here that could snail mail me an ubuntu CD?01:01
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slakshipit takes like 6 weeks01:01
erUSULcolk: please adress me as i'm doing with you. it is hard to follow otherwise. what is the problem with the deb?01:01
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Bassettswhats the best way to vnc into a windows box?01:01
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bimberi!no edgy is the current development version of Ubuntu. Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its release schedule, see !schedule01:01
ubotuI'll remember that01:01
Warboslak: Easier to find someone/where with broadband01:01
harmlessslak, have any friends where you with with a burner?01:02
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shadowpandaWarbo: is it apt-get module assistant?01:02
rskBassetts, install tight vnc server to the windows box01:02
Bassettsthanks rsk01:02
colkerUSUL, it depends on openssl 0.9.6 and it wont install if i force the issue then apt has issues installing it01:02
Warboshadowpanda: "sudo apt-get install module-assistent"01:02
Warboassistant sorry01:02
shadowpandahaha thanks01:02
harmlessvnc better than rdesktop rsk?01:02
stefg!info m-a01:02
ubotuPackage m-a does not exist in dapper01:02
rskabaut same01:02
hchaudh1I did try to install it via Wine, no luck. So the SW is definitely not supported. I am wondering if the GPS unit itself is supported. Its a Pharos unit which is a MS hardware vendor, but just hoping it is.01:02
Warbostefg: That's just an executable :)01:03
zimhi all trying to get my sony tr1mp to work at 1280x786 all my googling says i need to use a prog 915resolution i have installed it but have no idea how to use it01:03
erUSULcolk: it should install as the version in dapper is higher than 0.9.6... can you post the errors in a pastebin01:03
zimany ideas anyone01:03
landsgcan anyone help with install issue on Dapper?  x display doesn't work!01:03
shadowpandaWarbo: complete with no errors01:03
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colkok hold on01:03
Warboshadowpanda: OK, now run "sudo m-a"01:03
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ironpancakeis there a way to make each of your desktops have a different background?01:03
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erUSULlandsg: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg to reconfigure X01:04
shadowpandaWarbo: oooh ahhh01:04
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bimberistefg: and it failed miserably :)01:04
landsgok will try01:04
Warboironpancake: Run kdesktop, Enlightenment or something01:04
erUSULironpancake: in gnome no iirc01:04
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Warboshadowpanda: OK, update it, then prepare it01:04
ironpancakeerusul: you can't in gnome?01:04
erUSULironpancake: no afaik01:04
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Warboironpancake: You can disable Nautilus's drawing of the desktop then run kdesktop (but it would be a big use of resources)01:05
shadowpandaWarbo: done and done01:05
zimany one played with intel graphics cards here01:05
shadowpanday01:05
Warboshadowpanda: Go on select, then go down to the nvidia one. Press space to select it then enter to go onto the next screen01:05
zimi have insatlled 915resolution to fix my resolution but dont know what switches to use when i run it01:06
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Warboshadowpanda: On the next screen "get" it, then "build" it then "install" it01:06
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shadowpandaWarbo: Installation of the nvidia-kernel-source source failed01:07
zimshadowpanda what are you trying to do01:07
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shadowpandainstall nvidia drivers01:07
ze4502ushi guys i need help getting a bcm43xx wireless card to work01:08
shadowpandaand its redicioulously long01:08
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zimjoin #ubuntu-xgl01:08
ze4502usi've blacklisted the built in driver in the kernel01:08
ze4502usand installed the windows driver with ndiswrapper01:08
Warboshadowpanda: It has to compile them for your kernel (turn source code into a program)01:08
sztanpetmy problem is that on my laptop line in and mic are the same slots, and ubuntu doesnt recognize my microfon in the mic slot, instead i can record only from the line in, any way i can fix this?01:09
Warboshadowpanda: Go in Synaptic and search for "nvidia"01:09
zimin there is a link to get xgl/compiz working on most cards one of the steps is install the drivers from a .deb easy01:09
ze4502usndiswrapper reports the driver installed and hardware present but neither network-manager nor network-admin show the card as being prsent01:09
shadowpandaWarbo: Ok, yea. I have been hearing your steps but now im starting to understand them01:09
zimand xgl/compiz rocks01:09
Warbozim: Whatever floats your boat01:10
shadowpandaWarbo: ok im there01:10
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zimwarbo dont you like it01:10
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ze4502usi need help getting a bcm43xx wireless card to work01:10
NutubuntuHi - Just upgraded Breezy->Dapper and have some minor issues. First is my MS Intellimouse. The wheel is no longer behaving the way it used to; I can't scroll down, for example, in Firefox, and the side buttons no longer take me "forward" and "back" over links I've clicked. How do I get my old mouse behavior back?01:10
Warboshadowpanda: Is there any nvidia-kernel-source package, or anything that looks similar?01:11
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Warbozim: To many bugs in that kind of stuff01:11
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sztanpetze4502us its on the wiki01:11
zimnot with a nvidia crad i just folowed the howto and it just worked01:11
zimvery slick01:11
shadowpandaWarbo: nvidia-kernel-common01:12
Warbozim: Really? How well does ChBg work for you?01:12
zimand i love the fact we beat vista#01:12
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Warbozim: We? It was Novell actually...01:12
landsgerUSUL:  tried the reconfigure command, but x still not working; keyboard is acting funny too01:12
colkerUSUL, http://pastebin.com/74422201:13
shadowpandaWarbo: do you want to try to remote acess my computer?01:13
Warboshadowpanda: Can you run "cat /etc/apt/sources.list" and dump the output to the pastebin for me?01:13
Warboshadowpanda: I doubt I could get that stuff to go through my router01:13
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zimlinux beat MS to a 3D desktop01:13
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WarboFLOSS did. XGL also works on BSD01:14
samulinobody cares about 3d-desktopt.01:14
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slakharmless: i have a burner, but there is no brodband in my area.01:14
lophytewhat's FLOSS? that acronym really bothers me01:14
harmlessi think they beat them by years, didnt they?01:14
slakso as such, no friends with broadband ;)01:14
zimnovel ubuntu redhat who cares is OS and works on my ubuntu WE01:14
Sasquatchcan anyone tell me how to get a wireless card working?01:14
WarboFree/Libre Open Source Software01:14
slaki want ubuntu for my wife.01:14
slaki run fbsd.01:14
lophytelibre? *sigh*01:14
slakguess i'll wait for shipit.01:15
samulizim, what?01:15
shadowpandaWarbo: http://pastebin.ca/8364301:15
Sasquatchanyone? wireless card help?01:15
Warbolophyte: The Libre is important. If you think about it vista is Free at the moment01:15
zimWE = the open source community01:15
rskSasquatch, start with trying to find linux drivers, if there arent any. get ndiswrapper and install the windows drivers.01:15
erUSUL!wifi01:16
lophyteWarbo: but its not open source01:16
ubotuwifi is Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs with Broadcom Specifics at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx/Dapper01:16
colkOk This is the issue im getting with Yahoo when trying to install it http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1765101:16
aLPHa_LeaKSasquatch: which wireless card are you using?01:16
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Sasquatchit's running off of Prism01:16
Warbolophyte: But surely "shared source" is even better? (joking, joking :) )01:16
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Sasquatcha netgear WG51101:16
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aLPHa_LeaK!airport > me01:16
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ubotuI know nothing about airport01:16
aLPHa_LeaKdamn01:16
samulizim, 3d-desktop is just so in vain. I don't mind accelerated desktop for speed, but 3d. wtf?01:16
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lophyteWarbo: I prefer FOSS.. but thats me :P01:16
tgahey, anyone using Beagle?01:16
erUSULtga: me01:17
tgastupid thing, but I can't find `best` anywhere01:17
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colkerUSUL,  http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/17651 heres the output from pastebin01:17
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tgaerUSUL, what/where is the interface for it?01:17
zimctrl alt -> = 3D and i love it01:17
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shadowpandaWarbo: you get that link?01:17
zimhave you installed it01:17
Warboshadowpanda: Yes, but my system is under a little strain at the moment01:18
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shadowpandaWarbo: understandable. I hope the rest of my days under linux arent this bad01:18
Warboshadowpanda: Found the problem01:18
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shadowpandaWarbo: cool01:18
hoehaverHEY, the way you authenticate on ktorrent, is it the cookies?01:18
zimsamuli have you installed it01:19
Warboshadowpanda: When you added universe and multiverse to your sources you accidentally moved the source repositories onto the same line as the binary ones (but left the comment, which stopped everything screweing up)01:19
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shadowpandaWarbo: Ooops, so how should i fix it01:20
Sasquatchhmm, well, my wireless card shows up under Networking, but it won't activate.01:20
Sasquatchany ideas?01:20
Warboshadowpanda: Look at line 17. Split that into 2 lines at the # then remove the #01:20
tgaerUSUL, ?01:20
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shadowpandaWarbo: ok01:20
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zimSasquatch are u using dhcp01:20
Sasquatchzim: yup01:20
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landsgerUSUL OK, X still doesn't boot after doing reconfigure; any suggestions?01:21
erUSULcolk: i have read it. try dpkg -i --force-depends-version *.deb01:21
Sasquatchlike i'll click activate under network01:21
Sasquatchbut it just keeps trying to activate forever01:21
erUSULtga: places>search01:21
zimtry all the stupids first is it pluged in are the lights flashing etc01:21
Warbolandsg: Try using the vesa driver01:21
Sasquatchzim: the lights aren't flashing01:21
colkok done thanks01:21
shadowpandaWarbo: i have to go into repositorys right?01:21
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landsgright, I tried that on my last reboot01:22
erUSULlandsg: try looking in /var/log/Xorg.0.*01:22
Sasquatchbut... dunno, it needs to be activated first?01:22
Warboshadowpanda: "gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list" should do01:22
Sasquatchand i can't seem to do that01:22
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erUSULcolk: does it work??01:22
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landsgcan I open an editor in the terminal window01:22
zimok try manully config it and try ping somthing on your network01:22
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Warbolandsg: vim, nano, emacs01:22
landsgtanks01:22
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Warbo(why the hell did I put vim first???!)01:22
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ClapBedonhello01:23
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tgaerUSUL, ah, sweet01:23
zimcuz vim rocks01:23
tgaerUSUL, any idea if there is a live sidebar for beagle?01:23
ClapBedonDoes anybody know how to mount NTFS rw with the live cd^01:23
eugmanHow do I do a manual ctrl + alt + backspace from the terminal?01:23
ClapBedon?01:23
WarboI wrote the Wiki guide for the FLOSS radeon driver, and someone cleaned it up. But htey replaced all of the nanos with vims :(01:23
shadowpandauh... i think it is right though01:23
shadowpanda# deb http://ca.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ dapper-backports main restricted universe multiverse01:23
shadowpanda# deb-src http://ca.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ dapper-backports main restricted universe multiverse01:23
erUSULtga: right-click in panel > add to panel > dekbar applet01:24
eugman!paste01:24
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)01:24
zimClapBedon couldu can be wrong but i dont think yo01:24
Warboeugman: "sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart"?01:24
erUSULshadowpanda: do not paste here please01:24
Warboshadowpanda: Yes, but get rid of the #s01:24
Warbo2 lines is acceptable I think01:24
eugmanWarbo, don't ask me. heh. thanks.01:24
zimClapBedon sorry mouse click half way through could be wrong but dont think you can01:24
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tgaerUSUL, thanks, it's not the most intuitive thing out there01:25
shadowpandaWarbo: ok now do you want me to open the program again?01:25
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erUSULtga: no problem01:25
ClapBedonzim : i think i can use ntfsmount, but i get this error : root@ubuntu:/mnt# ntfsmount /dev/sda1 ./ntfs/01:26
ClapBedonfusermount: mount failed: Invalid argument01:26
ClapBedonfuse_mount failed.01:26
ClapBedonUnmounting:01:26
Warboshadowpanda: Have you changed the section which actually matters? The one under the "Uncomment the following two lines to add software from the 'universe' ## repository." bit?01:26
tgaerUSUL, hmm I was hoping for a live sidebar that would display context-dependent info01:26
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zimClapBedon try without the last /01:27
ClapBedonsame thing01:27
shadowpandai think i did the wrong one01:27
shadowpandahow do i open the file again01:27
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Warboshadowpanda: "gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list"01:27
zimso that fails ntfsmount /dev/sda1 /mnt/ntfs01:28
Warboshadowpanda: The one lower down is "backports", but you are interested in the proper universe and multiverse01:28
tgainteresting.. Places > Search doesn't work but the Deskbar works01:28
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WarboDeskbar is a must for Edgy01:28
zimClapBedon are you root01:29
shadowpandaWarbo: there we go, i accidently edited lines 26 and 27 instead of 1701:29
tgathe deskbar displays info instantly but Places > Search just sits there and does nothing01:29
zimtry sudo bash first01:29
ClapBedonim root01:29
ClapBedonsudo -s01:29
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enycCrescendo: you about?01:29
Warboshadowpanda: After you have saved it run "sudo apt-get update" then run "sudo m-a" again01:29
WarboClapBedon: Use "sudo -s -H" or "sudo -i"01:30
erUSULtga: it works for me. i place a string in the text box hit enter and voila! results01:30
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ClapBedonwarbo : what's the difference?01:30
tgamaybe it's still indexing or something01:30
shadowpandaWarbo: ok it is open01:30
WarboClapBedon: Otherwise if you run a GUI app you may end up overwriting your config files with root-owned ones01:30
ClapBedonwarbo : thanks for the tip01:31
Warboshadowpanda: OK, select>nvidia>get>build>install01:31
ClapBedonzim : i got it working :)01:31
zimthats why i use sudo bash01:31
zimhow01:31
tdn!codecs01:31
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  -  See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html  -  But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats01:31
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ClapBedonzim : my /dev/fuse was not created correctly01:31
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Warbozim: "sudo bash" "sudo su" "sudo -s -H" "sudo -i" "sudo sh" there are loads01:31
zimkewl01:31
tichis there some place i can get info on how to set up a network between a linux and osx?01:31
ClapBedonyay! :)01:31
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tdn!startupfiles01:32
ubotuI know nothing about startupfiles01:32
tdn!startup01:32
ubotuTo add programs to start up when you log into your Gnome session https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AddingProgramToSessionStartup01:32
ClapBedonthanks for your help, it's really appreciated01:32
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tdnHow do I install scripts that startup in /etc/init.d?01:32
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shadowpandaWarbo: and here I thought i would have to brush up on my c++ skills01:32
aLPHa_LeaK n801:32
Warbotdn: Put the script in there then read the manual for "update-rc.d"01:32
shadowpandaWarbo: im done01:33
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Warboshadowpanda: It is installed?01:33
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shadowpandaWarbo: it is01:33
dibblegoman mount: Options are specified with a -o flag followed by a  comma  separated  string of options. - what if the option value itself contains a comma?01:33
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Warboshadowpanda: OK, last step: "gksudo gedit /etc/X11/xorg.conf"01:33
tdnWarbo, hmm... Ok. There is no pages on this in the Ubuntu Desktop Guide?01:34
Warbodibblego: What option did you have in mind?01:34
Warbotdn: No idea01:34
dibblegoWarbo, "username=blah,password=my,password"01:34
shadowpandaWarbo: ok it is open01:34
zimanother long way but is useful if you use keys is to add you key to root .ssh/authorized_keys then in usr/local/bin add a bash script called root in there have this line ssh -l root 127.0.0.101:34
Warbodibblego: Maybe ther is an escape character for it. I know there is one to let you use spaces (in fstab I mean)01:35
zimthen if you want to be root just type root01:35
Draslaif I put an entry in inetd.conf, how do I load it?01:35
dibblegoWarbo, I tried , and \ as escape characters - can't think of what else01:35
Warboshadowpanda: Look for the "Section "Device"" which has "driver "nv"" in it01:35
tdnWarbo, ok.01:35
zimreplace nv with nvidia01:36
Warbozim: You stole my glory!01:36
shadowpandaZim: was that message to me?01:36
zimsorry01:36
unstablesobdibblego, does that happen to be for mounting a smb share?01:36
Warboshadowpanda: Yeah01:36
shadowpandaWarbo:/Zim: thank you is that all?01:36
dibblegounstablesob, yes01:37
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unstablesobdibblego, i know that you can use a separate file for the credentials01:37
Warboshadowpanda: Yes. Save it then log out, press ctrl-alt-backspace and you should be up01:37
Warboshadowpanda: WAIT01:37
shadowpandaok01:37
unstablesobdibblego,  use the the option "credentials=file"01:37
Warboshadowpanda: You may want to add a line "nvidia" to /etc/modules01:37
dibblegook thanks01:37
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shadowpandaWarbo: and how would one go about doing that?01:38
unstablesobdibblego, then in the credentials file use the form of "username=name" "password="pass" on separate lines01:38
Warboshadowpanda: "gksudo gedit /etc/modules"01:38
zimshadowpanda make sure that your default colour depth is 2401:38
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Warbozim: Is that needed?01:38
shadowpandaWarbo: well i just hope the rest of my drivers dont take this long01:39
Warboshadowpanda: It's just because Nvidia haven't made it Free01:40
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zimdont know but in all the howtos i read they went out of there way to say it so in true parot fashion01:40
WarboIs the Intel graphics driver in the kernel made by Intel originally or not?01:40
shadowpandaWarbo: oh also, how do i check the color debth01:40
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theeilhow do i switch x servers?01:40
ToHellWithGAI need help with LabView.  Any scientists in here?01:40
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Warboshadowpanda: The "Screen" section01:40
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cocoxsomebody can log into "telnet drill.hackerslab.org" as they require?? login:level0 and pass:guest ?????01:41
zimin xorg.conf near the bottom i think01:41
Warbotheeil: Switch between active ones, ctrl-alt-fX, switch the installed one, ther are only XGL and Xorg in Ubuntu by default01:41
shadowpandaWarbo: screen resolution01:41
shadowpanda?01:41
zimjust / for 24 is probably set anyway01:42
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Warboshadowpanda: It has the resolutions for each depth, and the "Server" section says which I think01:42
zimlook for the default01:42
zimon top of that i thinkj01:42
shadowpandaoh01:43
shadowpandaok01:43
shadowpandagood bye01:43
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Warbozim: You like to make it compilcated don't you. You want to make sure he has BackingStore enabled? How about Composite? :)01:43
zimhave you played withb it01:43
Warbozim: Both of them, yeah01:44
varsendaggrhey i have a .ps now what?01:44
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varsendaggrwhat can i edit it with?01:44
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varsendaggrand how can i add templates to the rightclick menu01:44
tach00any one know where to get keyboard drivers for ubuntu?01:44
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SonicChao!keyboard01:45
ubotuKeyboard shortcuts can be set in system->preferences->keyboard shortcuts (Gnome) or "input actions" in Kcontrol (KDE). If your multimedia keys don't work with that, try keytouch - http://keytouch.sourceforge.net01:45
cocoxsomebody can log into "telnet drill.hackerslab.org" as they require?? login:level0 and pass:guest ?????01:45
sysrpli am having problems compiling glibc ... i am using ../glibc-2.4/configure --prefix=/usr --disable-profile --enable-add-ons --enable-kernel=2.6.0 --libexecdir=/usr/lib/glibc ,,, and then make, but make fails with *** No rule to make target `Versions.all', needed by `abi-versions.h'.  Stop.01:45
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Warbotach00: No idea, but while you are looking you will probably want Xorg drivers (that is what handles the keyboard)01:45
sysrplcan anyone help me with that?01:45
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tach00warbo: thanks, sometimes my keyboard and mouse go crazy, figure its a driver issue01:46
ShizboomHow do i use a "make" and "sudo make install" command? when i try using make it doesn't recognize that01:46
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Bassettsi hate the powers of life, i have to use windows =(01:46
Bassettsi thought i escaped it01:46
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SurfnKidyou CAN escape it01:47
WarboShizboom: 1) "sudo apt-get install build-depends" 2) use "sudo checkinstall -D" not make install01:47
SurfnKidI did and Im happy01:47
landsgerUSUL/Warbo:  I brought up my log file in vim; what should I be looking for to get x working again?01:47
WarboShizboom: What am I on?! build-essential01:47
Shizboomso make doesn't work?01:47
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Shizboomi'm trying to install this01:47
Shizboomhttp://gnusticker.sourceforge.net/01:47
WarboShizboom: Yes, but you need to install it by installing build-essential. But checkinstall will make an Ubuntu package for your program, which makes it easier to uninstall and stuff01:48
erUSULlandsg: look for any error msgs or hints as why X wont come up. search from the end of the file backwards (it is easier with less)01:48
Shizboomokay so what do i need to do01:48
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WarboShizboom: "sudo apt-get install build-essential && ./configure && make && checkinstall -D"01:49
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WarboUsually01:49
mag_!w32codecs01:49
ubotuw32codecs can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages. Also see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html01:49
ttyfsckeron my dell inspiron 6000 my front panel volume / multimedia keys work fine w/ gnome, but in xfce they dont work.. does anybody know how to get them working in xfce4.4?01:49
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Shizboomokay i'm installing now01:50
landsgk01:50
Shizboomonce i get this what is my next step warbo?01:50
Shizboomermmm01:50
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Shizboomits telling me  ./configure: No such file or directory01:50
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Shizboombut it installed the rest okay01:51
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WarboShizboom: Are you in the right directory?01:51
SelfHarmI just boot into ubuntu, first time, can't mount any drives, any ideas? im a linux novice : \01:51
Warbo!mount01:51
ubotuDisks store lots of data. Partitioning: try gparted or qtparted  - Formatting: see the manpage for mkfs  - Mounting: system -> administration -> disks01:52
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akiradoes anyone know how is this "control panel" called in large mainframes. i think it's terminal. from where you control the mainframe01:52
Shizboomokay its working now01:52
BassettsSurfnKid: i cant escape windows, have to use it for work01:52
Shizboomdoing all sorts of stuff01:52
landsgerUSUL: i tried to scroll in VIM , but keyboard is not working right either;  should I just try to reinstall over the top?  I really don't want to if I can avoid it01:52
cocoxsomebody can log into "telnet drill.hackerslab.org" as they require?? login:level0 and pass:guest ?????01:53
Warboakira: A terminal in a mainframe is a low resource computer which logs into the mainframe01:53
crogue5when i make a file/folder in my home directory, the permissions of 755 are placed on it, so other system users can see them, how can i change the default to something else01:53
Shizboomwarbo - should it be installed once this is finished?01:53
crogue5so the rest of the system users can't see them01:53
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Shizboomuhoh i got an error01:53
Shizboomconfigure: error: could not find Python headers01:53
BassettsSurfnKid: i have to use flash, and macdobe captivate =(01:53
SurfnKidBassetts, something I have to as well, but the geek life has to survive in another type of environment, thats when linux comes in01:53
Shizboomdo i need to install more python stuff?01:53
erUSULlandsg: try with the pager less it is easier to work with just hit end to go to end of file and then page up to navigate01:53
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SurfnKidBassetts, ouch, i hear there's probelms with Flash n linux i hope that can be resolved01:54
akiraWarbo:no no i'm talking of the hardware thing. it's embedded into the mainframe, has a single lite keyboard and an lcd01:54
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WarboShizboom: after checkinstall you will end up with a package file ending in .deb. You can do "sudo checkinstall -D --install" instead, to install it automatically, or just do "sudo dpkg -i *.deb" after01:54
BassettsSurfnKid: i have to use macdobe captivate to make flash demos/tutorials, and they have to be done in windows01:54
WarboShizboom: Install the packages ending in "-dev" that look relevant01:54
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mcphailcrogue5: just chmod 700 your home directory.01:54
BassettsSurfnKid: recording them in linux will confuse customers01:54
Shizboomwarbo - should the deb be in the same directory?01:55
cello_rasphelp! i just installed and on reboot i don't have a /boot/menu.lst file . how do i generate on in rescue mode?01:55
crogue5and everything i make in it will take those permission by default?01:55
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Warbo!tell Bassetts about vmware01:55
mcphailcrogue5: no, but it won't matter.01:55
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WarboShizboom: yes01:55
Shizboomwell i got no debs01:55
Shizboomand01:55
Shizboomi get this error configure: error: could not find Python headers01:55
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BassettsWarbo: yeh i currently do a vmware setup with win, not working for me, screen res and stuff too small, so im putting win on my old box that is unused01:56
mcphailcrogue5: if noone can access your home directory, they cannot see files further down the tree no matter what permissions are set01:56
Shizboomi thought i installed all the python stuff01:56
Warbocello_rasp: You wont find one in rescue mode either. Boot a LiveCD01:56
tmccraryIf anyone knows, with MySQL, can I put multiple values in bind-address in my.cnf?01:56
crogue5mcphail, good point01:56
crogue5mcphail, thanks01:56
mcphailnp01:56
cello_raspWarbo, I can't run LiveCDs (bad x configs) but thatks01:56
Bassettsi wish i could take my system on holiday with me, doing work up there will be hell01:56
crogue5perfect01:56
WarboShizboom: The "xxxxx" packages contain the stuff needed to use "xxxxx" but "xxxxx-dev" lets you build stuff against xxxxx01:57
mcphailcrogue5: note that chmoding to 750 may be better01:57
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Warbocello_rasp: You can run something like DSL with the boot option "dsl 2" to get text mode01:57
ShizboomShizboom - okay so i need to get the dev packages?01:57
Shizboomerr to warbo :P01:57
WarboShizboom: yes, any that look like you might need them01:58
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crogue5mcphail, so people in my group can see them, but other users in other groups can't?01:58
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mcphailcrogue5: yes. The other option is to change your umask (which is set to 022 as default i think)01:59
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noctihello01:59
cello_raspcan anyone tell me how to make a menu.lst without downloading another install cd01:59
noctihow do i view my ntfs partition? im using breezy. thanks01:59
Warbo!mount01:59
ubotuDisks store lots of data. Partitioning: try gparted or qtparted  - Formatting: see the manpage for mkfs  - Mounting: system -> administration -> disks01:59
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crogue5where do i change that, i think that's what i was getting at01:59
kuzmasterhello all02:00
tdnWhy does Ubuntu use a log timestamp format like this: [17193999.700000]  ? I prefer the "regular" one.02:00
Warbo!ntfs02:00
ubotuTo view your Windows/Mac partitions see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions02:00
mcphailcrogue5: just add it to .bash_profile02:00
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TurkiHi everyone, I tried to install Ubuntu on my Acer TravelMate 4150 but the installer can't find the CD-ROM, then I tried Debian and it worked. My question is: Ubuntu installer is based on Debian installer, why can't it find the CD-ROM?02:00
mcphailcrogue5: but this won't affect any files you have created already02:00
daphDo I have to do anything special to have Ubuntu 6.06 LTS work with my Compaq laptop w/ a broadcom wireless chipset? I was told that Ubuntu worked OOTB with this chipset and wondering if I missed something02:01
crogue5ok thanks02:01
kuzmastercan somone please help me with getting my wireless connection working02:01
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Warbo!wireless02:01
kuzmasteri have a dlink wireless card (RaLink chipset), and it worked out of the box for kubuntu 6.06, but not for ubuntu 6.0602:01
ubotuwifi is Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs with Broadcom Specifics at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx/Dapper02:01
ShizboomWarbo - do i need to do the "--prefix=/usr " after configure?02:01
Sasquatchhow do you restart x in ubuntu?02:02
kuzmasterive tried all the documentation02:02
WarboShizboom: Maybe. It is usually better to install stuff in /usr/local though02:02
dibblegoSasquatch, sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart02:02
WarboSasquatch: sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart02:02
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kuzmasterive tried setting it to dhcp, static ip address, ive tried "02:02
ShizboomWarbo - what do you know about bonobo server? will it be able to reach the program in /usr?02:03
kuzmasteroops. ive tried "sudo iwconfig essid ANY", along with other things02:03
TurkiHi everyone, I tried to install Ubuntu on my Acer TravelMate 4150 but the installer can't find the CD-ROM, then I tried Debian and it worked. My question is: Ubuntu installer is based on Debian installer, why can't it find the CD-ROM?02:03
TheWardenWhat kind of hardware does one need to run Ubuntu?02:03
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WarboShizboom: Not much. If you want to install to /usr then it should be OK, especially with checkinstall02:03
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Shizboomokay02:03
OnurPhphow can install mysql-php package ?02:03
bb3how do I see which files make a up package?02:03
OnurPhpin offline mode ?02:03
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noctiTheWarden: usual off-the-shelf pc hardware works02:03
cocoxhi, i already have installed java jre 1.4-2.... even. when i got an applet into firefox i can't see it... i have breezy dist....02:04
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WarboTheWarden: a PC, Mac, SPARC, PegasOS, it works on quite a bit02:04
TheWardenThe reason I ask is because I tired to run Ubuntu before and now tried to use Edubuntu and neither will work.02:04
kuzmasterif you want the output of lspci, lsmod, and my /ect/network/interfaces for kubuntu and ubuntu, just ask cos ive already put them in pastbin02:04
OnurPhpcocox try update it :)02:04
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noctiTheWarden: what's your hardware like?02:04
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cocoxOnurPhp, do u know the apt command for update java ?02:04
Warbococox: Intalled the -mozilla package of it?02:04
TheWardenI figured so... the video I think is where I'm having problems but not sure. I have two video cards in my system and two monitors.02:04
kuzmasteri really need this to work. so ANY help at all is absolutly needed02:04
Sasquatchhmm, how do i implement custom resolutions in Gnome?02:04
cocoxWarbo, dun know ... :( how can i do that ?02:04
OnurPhpno :)02:04
noctiTheWarden: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport02:05
cocoxWarbo, you mean the plugin ?02:05
Warbococox: "sudo apt-get install j2re1.4-mozilla" I think02:05
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TurkiHi everyone, I tried to install Ubuntu on my Acer TravelMate 4150 but the installer can't find the CD-ROM, then I tried Debian and it worked. My question is: Ubuntu installer is based on Debian installer, why can't it find the CD-ROM?02:05
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TheWardennocti: I have an Intel 865 Chipset board, Motherboard is a Shuttle AB60, 1.4 GBs of RAM, 370 GB of hard drive space, NVIDIA GeForece 2 MX/400 and the other a Diamond Stealth III, Savage 4 chipset... old video card but just for the second monitor.02:06
noctiTheWarden: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport02:07
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TheWardennocti: looking at it... not sure if it will help.. cause if it's listed still won't explain why it won't boot.02:07
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jilocasin'evening all02:07
pyrobob`how do I get soundcards02:07
pyrobob`-s02:07
pyrobob`drivers02:07
eugmanWhy the $%&! is gnome-cups-icon trying to use up all of my cpu?02:07
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Warbopyrobob`: Search for ALSA in Google. It is already installed in Ubuntu though02:08
Gun_SmokeWhat is out there for weather apps?02:08
TheWardenYeah my videocard is listed there.. but it loads... almost.. gets towards the end I think and switches to a blank screen with a cursor blinking... then stays there...02:08
mjr2402:08
mjroops02:08
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andy-whos got a link for dapper depository?02:08
pyrobob`Warbo: I already have that, but there is no sound driver for my card02:08
WarboGun_Smoke: gkrellm, gdesklets, karamba, superkaramba02:08
noctiTheWarden: tried using just one of your monitors first?02:08
andy-!dapper02:08
ubotudapper is the 4th and latest release of Ubuntu. Version 6.06 LTS, codename "Dapper Drake"02:08
pyrobob`Warbo: and alsaconf can't detect it....02:08
TheWardenI do notice that it doesn't support my second video card, maybe it's trying to use it instead of the main one. How can I make sure/know what one it's using?02:08
Gun_SmokeWarbo:  What do you recomend?02:08
Warbopyrobob`: What version of Ubuntu are you on?>02:09
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pyrobob`the one before dapper02:09
noctiTheWarden: what's the actual message on install failure anyway? ever tried installed just server first?02:09
TheWardennocti: well I guess that sucks.. gonna have to remove the video card too then I guess..argh. If it works great but then what... how can I get it to work with it as it is now?02:09
WarboGun_Smoke: GNOME>Gdesklets, KDE>Karamba, Neither>Gkrellm02:09
TheWardennocti: there is no failure.. for now I'm just trying to use the Live CD image... burnt fine.02:09
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Warbopyrobob`: Really? I didn't think alsaconf did anything on Breezy02:10
TheWardennocti: never tried server...02:10
jilocasinQ: Is ubuntu a decent distro for programmers?02:10
Gun_SmokeWarbo:  Thanks02:10
lophytejilocasin: Ubuntu? :P02:10
noctiTheWarden: ah.... so the live cd wont work?02:10
Warbojilocasin: It has the IDEs and stuff that Debian has02:10
pyrobob`Warbo: they removed it, but I got a copy of it, and it didn't work02:10
eugmanGnome-cups-icon is trying to devour my cpu. Any ideas why?02:10
jackrazzhey everyone.02:10
kuzmasterhelp anyone?02:10
jackrazzjilo, mono works good.02:11
jilocasinWarbo: Where?02:11
Warbopyrobob`: I don't know then. The drivers are part of the Linux kernel, so maybe an upgrade might get it working?02:11
Warbojilocasin: In Synaptic/aptitude02:11
jilocasinok.02:11
TheWardennocti: correct.. as I describe above... it loads to the startup screen.. I start it... done it in safe mode and normal... and both end up laoding fine at least appears that way... then towards the end the screen changes to blank... with a blinking cursor and then just stays there.02:11
kuzmasterive tried doing a fresh install, but that diddnt help at all02:11
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pyrobob`Warbo: you mean like, upgrade alsa, or ubuntu02:11
Warbopyrobob`: Ubuntu02:12
poemi-chanhello immense hoarde of people02:12
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Warbopyrobob`: It's the best way to get a new kernel02:12
kuzmasterso, can any one at all help me, i really need this to work02:12
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noctiTheWarden: tried other live distros on your box? must be the X config.02:12
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TheWardennocti: yeah... only had one I think work... but I can't recall what one now ;-).02:13
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pyrobobWarbo: is there any way to upgrade without the use of a cd burner?02:13
Warbo!upgrade02:13
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.02:13
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noctiTheWarden: try starting the live cd server only and do a `lspci` to see if it detects your video02:13
TheWardennocti: always end up with the same problem. But OpenBSD works fine, BeOS, ahh what else have I done... console based ones.. mmm02:14
TheWardennocti: okay thanks02:14
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noctiTheWarden: check also the md5sum of your ubuntu iso just to make sure02:14
poemi-chankuzmaster: type /me does something02:15
kuzmasterk02:15
TheWardennocti: okay thanks02:15
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poemi-chanprivate messages are blocked because i'm not registered :/02:15
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kuzmasterohhhh, lol02:15
brnJust installed Breezy 5.10 on an 2nd hand laptop.  Trying to compile with Gcc I find I have no 'make' anywhere.  Where should I look?02:15
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Warbobrn: "sudo apt-get install build-essential"02:15
poemi-chanso why can't there be something nice like "/etc/init.d/pm hibernate"02:15
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TheWardenl8r02:15
LjLpoemi-chan: there is /etc/acpi/hibernate.sh02:16
nix_chix0ri'm having difficulty connecting my linksys wireless network card in ubuntu. and i'm reading some how to's online my windoz HD and i'm not having much luck because i'  don't  know much about eh the ndswraper or what ever it's called, would any one help me on this for a bit?02:16
poemi-chanah02:16
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brnThanks Warbo,  I knew it was something like that.02:16
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kakalto I'm having a rather interesting problem with kernels - when I install the k7 kernel, I can't boot it in normal mode, but I can in recovery mode, no problems. when I disable 'quiet splash' boot options, I get all the output, and it has no errors. However, it stops at keyboard. My keyboard/mouse combo is wireless. I have two options for plugging it in - through 1 (one) USB plug, or with 2 PS/2 plugs, one for mouse, the other for keyboard. bu02:16
kakaltoet the same problem. Have I been chasing a red herring, or could my wireless kb/mouse have something to do with it?02:16
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ShizboomWarbo - any clue how long this usually takes to compile or w/e its doing? :D02:17
kakaltoExtra note: I can boot the -386 kernel fine02:17
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Shizboomokay new error02:17
Shizboombash: checkinstall: command not found02:17
LjLShizboom: sudo aptitude install checkinstall02:17
dr_williskakalto,  odd.. ive never had any issues with these wireless things.. try a normal keybopard/mouse to double check I guess.02:17
landsgerUSUL:  OK.  Got my editor to finally scroll to the bottom of Xorg log file;  there is an error message: screens found, but none have a usable configuratio.  Fatal error:  no screens found02:17
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Shizboomyup02:17
Shizboom:D02:17
Shizboomdid it!02:17
LjLShizboom: how long it takes to compile depends entirely on what you are compiling, as well as on computer02:17
cartesian1984LjL, does aptitude have any advantages over apt-get?02:18
LjL!aptitude02:18
ubotuaptitude is another terminal-based front-end to APT, like apt-get. However, aptitude can remember the dependencies installed with a package and remove them if you uninstall. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AptitudeSurvivalGuide02:18
kakaltodr_willis: duh. why didn't I think of doing that. Will try. I'll just see if I get any other answers first =)02:18
Warbocartesian1984: run it with no options and see02:18
erUSULlandsg: and the dpkg-reconfigure did not help you the last time you tried, didn't it?02:18
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cartesian1984Warbo, oh, I knew about that, just asking about the more CLIish implementation of it.02:19
landsgright, same error message02:19
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eugmanAny solutions to https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+source/gnome-cups-manager/+bug/44196 ? It's VERY annoying.02:19
Warbocartesian1984: Maybe with remove it is better, since it tends to get rid of orphaned stuff more02:19
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cartesian1984Warbo, ah. Thanks.02:20
Mnabilhello guys , i installed openssh-server  , when i  /etc/init.d/ssh start ....  it fails02:20
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ShizboomWarbo - if i get upto checkinstall does that usually mean the program will run?02:20
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Mnabilanybody can help02:20
LjLWarbo: well, it's easy to get rid of it "more", when the counterparts don't get rid of it at all ;)02:20
amonkeyhey #ubuntu, what's your favorite linux torrent client?02:20
dr_willis!ask02:20
ubotuDon't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)02:20
nix_chix0ryea, so questions on ubuntu, and how to set up linksys  wireless g pci adapter.. bound to be some one in here who has an idea because the stuff i read isnt much help02:20
mjrrtorrent02:20
dr_willisamonkey,  depends onm your needs. :)02:20
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erUSULlandsg: can you post your xorg.conf in pastebin?02:20
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landsghow02:20
LjL!pastebin02:21
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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)02:21
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amonkeydr_willis, multiple torrents, some sort of intelligent seeding02:21
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dr_willisamonkey,  that would be most all of them then. :P02:21
wrathlohello02:22
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Mnabilhello guys , i installed openssh-server  , when i  /etc/init.d/ssh start ....  it fails ,  anybody can help me ?!02:22
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nix_chix0rbahhhhhhh.......... networking any one :\ don't be shy02:22
mahnamahna:)02:22
amonkeydr_willis, not to be rude,  but that's really less than helpful. i was just looking for a nice torrent app cuz azureus was pissing me off and utorrent doesn't run under linux nicely02:22
wrathloi am using the 5.10 version of ubuntu and i am currently downloading the updates02:22
dr_willisamonkey,  go get ktorrent then and have a blast.02:23
dr_willis!torrent02:23
ubotuTorrent clients: Azureus (Java), BitTornado (Shell with python front-end), KTorrent (KDE/Qt) Bittorent faq: http://www.bittorrent.com/FAQ.html02:23
amonkeythanks02:23
nix_chix0razureus doesn't work that great on lnux anyway imo02:23
nix_chix0rlinux*02:23
nix_chix0rusually it's slower02:23
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dr_willisamonkey,  or rtorrent for console ussage02:23
kuzmastercan any one at all help me?02:23
nix_chix0rktorrent isn't that bad02:23
wrathloonce i get the downloads, will my system be the same as that of the 6.06 version?02:23
erUSUL!wifi > nix_chix0r02:23
amonkeydr_willis, thankyou02:23
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dr_willisI do like ktorrent.02:23
pyrobobhow do I get gtk+-2.002:23
kuzmastercos if i cant get it to work, i will just have to try another distro02:23
WarboShizboom: After "make" the program is usually runnable from where it is (although if it includes libraries these may need to be installed first with checkinstall)02:23
dr_willison my file server i let it run rtorrent for weeks on end. :P02:23
LjLpyrobob: it comes with ubuntu. it's actually what Gnome is based upon.02:24
nix_chix0rerUSUL, , yea i suppose................. hey could you help me with my wireless issues/ubuntu?02:24
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erUSUL!wifi02:24
ubotuwifi is Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs with Broadcom Specifics at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx/Dapper02:24
nix_chix0rheh02:24
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landsgerUSUL:  I can't get anything out of my desktop machine;  I am using my laptop to type this02:24
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nix_chix0rscrewdocumentation02:24
kuzmastererUSUL, ive already looked at all the documentation, they diddnt help, but can you help me?02:24
nix_chix0ri'd like real assistance02:24
DraslaI'm trying to run vsftpd through inetd.  the only problem, is I need to create the folder /var/run/vsftpd before vsftpd can be run, and I don't think I can include a mkdir in the inetd.conf file.  anyone know how to do this?02:25
roostishawwhat command can i put in the devilspie .ds file to make it so that the matched window wont minimize when i click the 'show desktop' button?02:25
amonkeyis there a way to disable the gnome menu's from scrolling?02:25
pyrobobLjL: then how come I cant make airfart due to:02:25
kuzmasternix_chix0r, same02:25
pyrobobg++ -g `pkg-config gtk+-2.0 --cflags` -o src/main.o -c src/main.cpp02:25
pyrobobPackage gtk+-2.0 was not found in the pkg-config search path.02:25
pyrobobPerhaps you should add the directory containing `gtk+-2.0.pc'02:25
Mnabilhello guys , i installed openssh-server  , when i  /etc/init.d/ssh start ....  it fails ,   anybody can the HELL help me02:25
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nix_chix0rkuzmaster,  i've read as much as i could tolerate fromthis so called"documentation"02:25
DraslaMnabil: what error does it give?02:25
erUSULnix_chix0r: i can help with general questions but wifi in linux is very dependant on the driver/card you are using.02:25
kuzmasternix_chix0r, same02:25
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LjLpyrobob: do you have the GTK *development* packages? you need *development* packages (i.e. headers) to compile02:25
Mnabil * Starting OpenBSD Secure Shell server...                               [fail] 02:26
dr_williswireless in general - is a real mess - even under windows. :()02:26
nix_chix0rkuzmaster,  i have a stupid linksys network card for a desktop, and i've never had the chance to try to install it or use it on linux because my crap was all borked02:26
MnabilDrasla,  * Starting OpenBSD Secure Shell server...                               [fail] 02:26
kuzmasterlol02:26
pyrobobLjL: yeah, thats what I meant, where do I get those02:26
DraslaMnabil: try running just 'sshd -v02:26
Drasla'02:26
kuzmasternix_chix0r, what chipset is it?02:26
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DraslaMnabil: see what it says02:26
LjLpyrobob: libgtk2.0-dev02:26
LjLpyrobob: and please have a look at...02:27
LjL!build-essential02:27
ubotuCompiling software from source? Read the tips at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for a pre-built package first: not all !repositories are enabled by default!)02:27
nix_chix0rpishh let me look02:27
roostishawwhat command can i put in the devilspie .ds file to make it so that the matched window wont minimize when i click the 'show desktop' button?02:27
ShizboomWarbo - mkdir: cannot create directory `/usr/share/doc/GNUsTicker': Permission denied is what i get once it starts up the checkinstall02:27
MnabilDrasla, sshd: illegal option -- v02:27
MnabilOpenSSH_4.2p1 Debian-7ubuntu3, OpenSSL 0.9.8a 11 Oct 200502:27
Mnabilusage: sshd [-46Ddeiqt]  [-b bits]  [-f config_file]  [-g login_grace_time] 02:27
Mnabil            [-h host_key_file]  [-k key_gen_time]  [-o option]  [-p port]  [-u len] 02:27
LjL!pastebin02:28
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)02:28
DraslaMnabil: sorry, wrong command.  try 'sudo sshd -e'.02:28
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Alphax!shipit02:28
ubotushipit is a service that sends free Ubuntu, Kubuntu and Edubuntu CDs. See http://shipit.ubuntu.com/ and http://shipit.kubuntu.org and http://shipit.edubuntu.org02:28
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WarboShizboom: "sudo checkinstall -D --install"02:28
nix_chix0rkuzmaster, PCI\VEN_1814&DEV_0201&SUBSYS_00321737&REV_01\4&3A33F01C&0&68F002:28
nix_chix0r        is the device instance id, the model number is WMP54G02:28
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gnomefreakWarbo: whats the -D parameter do?02:29
cello_rasphow do i install from the cd rather than the net?02:29
MnabilDrasla, sshd re-exec requires execution with an absolute path02:29
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kuzmasternix_chix0r, ok......02:29
DimitrisAnyone gotten the modem on a dell inspiron 6000 to work?02:29
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erUSULnix_chix0r: lspci will give you the chip of the wireless02:29
noctii get failed to open dvd://102:29
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nix_chix0rerUSUL, ea well........let me just oh i dont know reboot to find out..........02:30
DraslaMnabil: sounds to me like it's already running.  have you tried '/etc/init.d/ssh restart'?02:30
erpoHow do I build an initramfs image so that my kernel can have the cool ubuntu graphical boot?02:30
erUSULnix_chix0r: lspaci in a terminal02:30
nix_chix0rk02:31
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ShizboomWarbo - okay i think it installed - but02:31
ShizboomWarbo - i see it added to my panel options but when i add it nothing happens02:31
MnabilDrasla, thanx02:32
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DraslaMnabil: np02:32
kakaltokernel boot options 'noapic nolapic' do exactly what? I can't boot my -k7 kernel with those options, but I can boot the -386 kernel with them.02:32
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noctii get failed to open dvd://102:32
noctii get failed to open dvd://102:32
noctii get failed to open dvd://102:32
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gnomefreaknocti: please dont repeat02:33
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noctignomefreak: i installed the libdvdread3 and libdvdcss2 and still dvd wont play02:33
gnomefreaknocti: did you do the regoin set?02:34
nix_chix0rerUSUL, , RaLink RT25000 is the chipset i think02:34
noctignomefreak: yes02:34
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gnomefreaknocti: is your dvd drive mounted?02:34
erUSULnix_chix0r: it is the same chipset as mine. you are lucky ;)02:34
nix_chix0rerUSUL,  that chip set is suppported02:34
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nix_chix0rso i wont need the eh ndwisrapaperrer thing02:34
erUSULnix_chix0r: no02:35
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kuzmasterwell then if no one will help me, ill just replace ubuntu with suse02:35
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nix_chix0rhaha kuzmaster  i could have told you to do that already02:35
erUSULnix_chix0r: i will post the stanza i have in /etc/network/interfaces to a pastebin. is for wpa. hold on02:35
nix_chix0ronly reason i installed ubuntu is becausemy system went borked and thats the onlyt hing that would install02:35
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nix_chix0rok02:35
nix_chix0rthanks02:35
kuzmasternix_chix0r, lol02:35
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landsgcan i install dapper over breezy and still recover my data files?02:36
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phunkalicioushow come when i installed sun-j2re-1.5 from the repos, java --version shows as 1.4.2? :|02:36
gnomefreaklandsg: just upgrade?02:36
nix_chix0rman02:36
noctignomefreak: i think i need totem-xine not gstreamer02:36
landsgi tried upgrade, but x doesn't work02:36
gnomefreakphunkalicious: did you run sudo update-alternatives --config java?02:36
nix_chix0ri have a little note pad to write down how to get connected in ubuntu hahahah02:36
noctignomefreak: sorry for the trouble02:36
phunkaliciousno i did not :O02:36
roostishawwhat command can i put in the devilspie .ds file to make it so that the matched window wont minimize when i click the 'show desktop' button?02:36
EnCh4nt3rHello! I get a scrambled list of files and lots of question marks when I open a DVD... what can cause that? Here is a screenshot of how that looks like http://img67.imageshack.us/my.php?image=slika13fx.jpg02:36
phunkaliciousi did not know sorry, i will try that now.02:37
gnomefreakphunkalicious: its ok02:37
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gnomefreakdont be sorry for what you dont know02:37
SelfHarmran livecd, chose install off the desktop, its been stuck on step 3, chose keyboard, for about 3o minutes now. has the working icon. anyone else get this problem during install?02:37
Shizboomif i try to add something to a gnome panel and it doesn't add is there a way to get some debug info, like a terminal feedback?02:37
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landsggnomefreak:  should I just try to upgrade again?  don't know if X will work again or not02:38
phunkaliciousit gave me 3 alterinatves but the j2re1.5-sun/bin/java says it can't create the virtual machine :/02:38
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gnomefreakSelfHarm: livecd has alot of problems please try from alternative cd02:38
SelfHarmroger that gf02:38
gnomefreakphunkalicious: hmmmmm it wont let you choose that number?02:38
phunkaliciousno it let me choose it but it dies when doing a --version02:38
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gnomefreakphunkalicious: java -verson02:39
gnomefreakjava -version02:39
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erUSULnix_chix0r: put something like this in your /etc/network/interfaces. put your passphrase and ESSID. http://pastebin.ca/8372102:39
gnomefreakonly 1 - not 2 ;)02:39
phunkaliciousoh sweet i guess it did work, thanks gnomefreak02:39
AlphaxEnCh4nt3r, looks like it was created under Windows.02:39
phunkaliciousnow if i do the firefox plugin it will use that version right?02:40
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gnomefreakyw phunkalicious btw you can set a bunch of defaults with the command02:40
gnomefreakphunkalicious: you cant set plugins with that02:40
EnCh4nt3rAlphax, yes it was.02:40
phunkalicioussweet thanks02:40
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gnomefreakphunkalicious: hint sudo update-alternatives --all02:40
gnomefreak;)02:40
landsganybody know how I can get X to work again?02:40
roostishawwhat command can i put in the devilspie .ds file to make it so that the matched window wont minimize when i click the 'show desktop' button?02:40
EnCh4nt3rAlphax, also, some dvds are ok and some are not. But the interesting thing is that the dvds that show like this sometimes work... :/02:41
gnomefreaklandsg: change the drivers to point to vesa02:41
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phunkaliciousoh kewl02:41
cbotari just emerged kubuntu and windows wont start02:41
dr_willis0_o02:41
gnomefreakcbotar: are you on gentoo?02:41
landsggnomefreak:  I tried the VESA driver; didn't work 1st time, but I will try again02:41
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jrandomhackercbotar, first, that's a feature. Second, try #kubuntu02:41
gnomefreaklandsg: that is without knowing anything about your issue02:42
cbotari just got 5 free cd's so i wanted to install it well the other 4 i used to make holders for my frenchfries that look like the micky d's ones02:42
jchicohello, can anyone help me with an error I'm getting while trying to use World of Warcraft with Wine?02:42
cbotaroh ok02:42
cbotarthanks02:42
landsgright;  i just tried to upgrade to dapper from breezy; now x is not working02:42
gnomefreak!wow02:42
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ubotuInformation about games on Ubuntu can be found on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Games and http://www.icculus.org/lgfaq/gamelist.php02:42
gnomefreakjchico: ^^^ try there02:42
jchicookay, thanks02:42
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gnomefreakjchico: or !wine02:42
gnomefreakone of them has a section for it02:43
gnomefreak!wine02:43
ubotuwine is a compatibility layer for running windows programs on GNU/Linux. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine for more information.02:43
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crogue5do yourself a favor and just use cedega02:43
crogue5much easier and worth the $502:43
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shadowpandaWarbo: are you here?02:44
noctignomefreak: mplayer says "can't open dvd://1" what do i need to look up to fix this? thanks02:44
gnomefreak!restricted02:44
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ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  -  See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html  -  But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats02:44
gnomefreaknocti: thats all i can help you with i dont use pc for dvds02:44
nix_chix0rdo what erUSUL02:45
erUSULnix_chix0r: put something like this in your /etc/network/interfaces. put your passphrase and ESSID. http://pastebin.ca/8372102:46
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phunkaliciousoh wow that's cool, i can highlight an mp3 and it plays :O02:46
edutenhi I want to connect to internet via ADSL can anybody give me some assistance?02:47
noctignomefreak: ah ok, thanks dude02:47
erUSULnix_chix0r: edit the file and add what i have posted changin channel password and essid to suit your needs02:47
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skypaeduten, fire up a terminal and type "sudo pppoeconf"02:47
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skypashould be self-explaining from there02:47
canuteHi there. I'm trying to figure out my tv-out for my radeon card, the funny thing is that it works in the safemode thingy but it doesn't work when i start it normally02:47
edutenthanks I will try that02:48
matthew_wI'm having a problem with sound - my Bass comes out LOUD AND SCRATCHY, which didn't happen when I had breezy - I haven't changed anything else - is there some driver that it installed/uninstalled?02:48
dribblematthew_w: where is your PCM set in the mixer?02:48
CarlFKnix_chix0r: having trouble with WPA?02:49
nix_chix0rerUSUL,  'sudo gedit /etc/network/interfaces'?02:49
matthew_wdribble, let me check02:49
erUSULnix_chix0r: yes.02:49
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nix_chix0rCarlFK,  having trouble with the network card and stuff on ubuntu02:49
erUSULnix_chix0r: you only need the parts about wpa if you enabled it in your router or ap02:50
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nix_chix0rorr name of wifi router haha02:50
matthew_wdribble; max.  But I have a huge soundsystem, which can handle this.  Also, if I set it to minimum, all it does is make everything quieter, the bassy sounds still scratch and hiss.02:50
nix_chix0rDUG02:50
nix_chix0rDUH*02:50
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nix_chix0ri don't need the passphrase02:50
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nix_chix0rand i just sneezed on my elbow02:50
dribblematthew_w, huh -- i'm at a loss :(02:50
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Shannon1hi everyone,,02:51
erUSULnix_chix0r: coment out the lines you do not need02:51
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skypawhat file is to be touched for fsck to check during next bootup?02:51
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Shannon1no 1 http://pastebin.ca/8371702:51
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CarlFKnix_chix0r:  look at my note at the very bottom of https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WPAHowTo02:51
Shannon1no 2 http://pastebin.ca/8372002:51
fireHey.. can anyone help me out.. I am having problems with my sound..02:51
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CarlFKnix_chix0r: that may be all you need02:52
Shannon1whats the difference and why config 2 doesnt work on 6.0602:52
fireI can't figure out why.. It was working at first.. and now I seam to get nothing..02:52
jrattner1QUESTION: What is a good program that will change my gnome background using my pictures02:52
landsggnomefreak:  VESA drivers did not work02:52
erUSULCarlFK: it is a very specific driver that do not use wpa_supplicant02:52
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matthew_wdribble - they're Mp3, could the encoder be different...?02:53
nix_chix0rCarlFK,  i'llt ry   that02:53
CarlFKerUSUL: does "network management framework" use wpa_supplicant?02:53
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nix_chix0rCarlFK,  i have to get online before that works i'm told02:53
Shannon1the diferent config is to try to make mouse work on 6.06,, config 2 is from 5.10 live cd and mouse and clit on laptp works verywell02:53
erUSULCarlFK: i think it does i calls wpa_supplicant with the values extracted from /etc/network/interfaces02:54
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roostishawwhat command can i put in the devilspie .ds file to make it so that the matched window wont minimize when i click the 'show desktop' button?02:54
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erUSULCarlFK: *it calls*02:54
landsggnomefreak:  should I attempt to re-install or upgrade dapper over the top of currrent install?02:54
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ShizboomWhat do I do to debug why a applet program i installed isn't working?02:55
CarlFKerUSUL: "network management framework" only looks to etc/network/interfaces to see what not to use - you have to disable/remove them from that file02:55
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AndyCooll_landsg: the choice is yours. My personal experience was that when I upgraded I had hassles. Did a clean install and everything worked fine02:55
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landsgAndyCooll:  Thanks.  The only problem is that I have some jpegs I need before I reinstall. How can I get them into my usb drive using the shell?02:56
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dr_willismount the usb stick and use the cp command to copy them over.02:56
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sphooim trying to auto mount a sata drive mount 'Disk manager" says its /dev/sdb5 and can mount it. yet when I try to add the mount to /etc/fstab or manually mount it I get device does not exist any ideas?02:56
erUSULnix_chix0r: does the network card work now?02:57
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landsgdr willis:  for some reason, i don't think ubuntu is seeing the usb stick02:57
nix_chix0rerUSUL, no i have to reboot to try that02:57
nix_chix0rbut i was being told two things and i didn't want to get confused02:57
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dr_willislandsg,  then you got an issue. :P plug it in/remove it - and check dmesg output - see if it shows it being added/removed02:57
landsgok02:57
barktpolarIs it possible to use different desktop enviroments with ubuntu?02:57
someothernickbarktpolar: yes02:58
XrekcaH*_* Are There Wireless Finders Like kismet That Work With ndiswrapper??? *_*02:58
eekranoanyone using xgl?02:58
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AndyCooll_landsg: try "ls /media02:58
AndyCooll_landsg: what's in there?02:58
landsgok02:58
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roostishawwhat command can i put in the devilspie .ds file to make it so that the matched window wont minimize when i click the 'show desktop' button?02:59
CarlFKnix_chix0r: my stuff is pretty shaky - hold off on it until last :)02:59
landsgi get cdrom, floppy, scsi, abd102:59
AndyCooll_landsg: any mention of your usb stick?02:59
landsgsorry, last one is sbd102:59
nix_chix0rlol02:59
nix_chix0rok CarlFK02:59
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erUSULnix_chix0r: i have the exact same card as you and it works with the configuration i gave you. i extracted the conf from official ubuntu docs wiki https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/RalinkRT250002:59
landsgis sdb1 the usb stick02:59
Dr4gA nix chickz0r... sweet :o)02:59
Shannon1can anyone tell me the differrence on 2 xorg config in reference to a non working mouse,, http://pastebin.ca/83717 and http://pastebin.ca/8372003:00
jimm1hey03:00
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nix_chix0rooooooooooh you nkow what, erUSUL  i went to system admi, and networking03:00
nix_chix0rand that never loaded03:00
nix_chix0rlol03:00
Shannon1Id like to know why config 2 doesnt work on 6.0603:00
nix_chix0rso maybe i have to do what CarlFK  said03:00
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barktpolarand does anyone know a lot about alsaconf?03:00
AndyCooll_landsg: not sure. If you "ls /media/sbd1" is there anything in the results which suggests it's your usb stick?03:01
roostishawwhat command can i put in the devilspie .ds file to make it so that the matched window wont minimize when i click the 'show desktop' button?03:01
AdamGquestion: if I edit fstab, it won't take effect until the next restart, right?03:01
nix_chix0rerUSUL, , also this isn't my network ;) its some schmuck in the complex03:01
erUSULShannon1: they use to different protocols for mouse ones uses imp/ps2 the other explorer/ps2 among other diferences in Section inputdevice\n identifier "configured mouse"03:01
dr_willisAdamG,  not really. it can take affect now - it depends on what you change03:01
dr_willisAdamG,  mount command looks there for what to do.03:01
eugmanhttps://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+source/gnome-cups-manager/+bug/44196 . solution bESIDES ENDING THE PROCESS?03:01
eugman whoops capslock fairy03:02
landsgAndyCool:  i've tried copying files to sdb1, but doesn't seem to work03:02
AndyCooll_landsg: when I plug mine in, mine is loaded as /media/Kingston03:02
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erUSULnix_chix0r: go to the wiki page a gave you there you can see haw to configure your card.03:02
Shannon1erUSUL: I try that to pu tImPS/2 in the 6.06 xorg,, but it didnt worked03:02
nix_chix0ryea i'm readin it03:02
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barktpolarWhat is a good desktop environment for ubuntu other than GNOME?03:02
roostishawkde03:02
roostishawxfce03:02
AdamGdr_willis: so if I already have my / partition and I want to start using a new partition as /home, it won't change until I unmount and mount /home?03:02
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fireso is there anyone on here that can help me out with my sound????03:03
roostishawbarktpolar, kde, xfce, fluxbox03:03
jimm1help: I have a network card like death.  Its the dwl-g510, has anyone got it working before?03:03
Shizboomhow hard is it to switch to kde interface?03:03
fireI am at a loss03:03
Shizboomif i want to try it out?03:03
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dr_willisAdamG,  you can change it in fstab and then use  mount -a03:03
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LjLShizboom: "sudo aptitude install kubuntu-desktop"03:03
dr_willisAdamG,  or reboot. :)03:03
bimberi!kde03:03
ubotuKDE (http://kde.org) is the K Desktop Environment. To install from Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop, or see http://wiki.ubuntu.com/InstallingKDE for other ways to get KDE03:03
AdamGok, thanks!03:03
barktpolarHow big is that?03:03
LjLShizboom: and then choose "KDE" as your session from the login screen03:03
erUSULShannon1: just copy the section of the file that works to the dapper file03:03
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neutrinomassHow do I get SSL/TLS support for links2 ?03:03
AndyCooll_landsg: what about copying to your floppy?03:04
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fireanyone on here that knows something about getting sound working????03:04
Dr4gI realise this is an ubuntu channel, i'm having probs with Azureus, however i'm running ubuntu, and possibly that might be causing the error.03:04
Dr4gI'm running ubuntu 6.06..i've installed Azureus fine.. downloading fine.. but you know when the warning messages come up on the bottom right of the screen and you can hit "hide"03:04
barktpolarHow big is kubuntu-desktop?03:04
Shannon1tried that  ,but I suspect GL Core to kill X,, it didnt want to start03:04
erUSULnix_chix0r: you can see that the conf i posted is the right conf for our card (in case you use wpa)03:04
phunkalicious:|03:04
Dr4gwell my hide button isnt working... has anyone came across this problem also ?03:04
LjLbarktpolar: big03:04
AndyCooll_barktpolar: around 1gig03:04
Dr4gAny possibly solutions ?(please read last 3 messages03:04
nix_chix0rwell i don't erUSUL  the persons network is unsecure,03:04
nix_chix0ri just click and connect03:05
landsgAndyCool: ok; can I just do a "cp filename floppy destination?03:05
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fireI have been working on this for hours and nothing I have read seems to work...03:05
barktpolarI'll stick with fluxbox then03:05
nix_chix0rso for the ESSID i'd have to put their router NETGEAR03:05
barktpolarI have dial-up03:05
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LjLbarktpolar: you can probably "sudo aptitude install kde" if you want something smaller with just the basics, but i can't guarrantee that'll give you a problemless KDE03:05
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AndyCooll_landsg: yep, you got the idea03:05
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Shannon1erUSUL: in 6.06 many othe stuff after the mouse in the xorg.conf,, and when I added the changes x didnt want to start,03:05
barktpolarfire: welcome to the club03:05
novato_ubuntuhi everyone...03:05
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novato_ubuntuI changed hd's between two pcs... and now I have to reconfigure the X server... what was the command? dkpg-reconfigure....?03:05
Dr4gAndyCooll_: any ideas ?03:05
barktpolarhey novato03:05
firebarktpolar: its really getting to be a pain.. not sure how to handle it..03:05
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pschulz01greetings.. I'm having an issue with keyboard input in Dapper..03:06
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LjLnovato_ubuntu: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg03:06
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barktpolarme either03:06
erUSULnovato_ubuntu: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg03:06
bimberibarktpolar: the package itself is small, but lots of dependencies will need to come in - i don't know the size but it would be more than 100MB at a guess (1GB is too much - kubuntu-desktop does fit on a CD)03:06
pschulz01Gnome doesn't seem to be getting the key event properly.03:06
barktpolarI posted in the ubuntu forums about it03:06
novato_ubuntuLjL that's the one i was looking for.. thank's ;)03:06
barktpolarI have a ESS1869 Audiodrive03:06
manuelrazzarihello!03:06
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barktpolarbimberi: I already ordered Kubuntu from Shipit03:07
LjLbarktpolar: just try it, anyway. "sudo aptitude install kubuntu-desktop" will show you how much you'll have to download *before* it starts downloading, and then you can decide03:07
firebarktpolar:  ill keep my eyes open incase someone gets you a fix.. the terrible part is.. I had sound.. but I didn't have it in games.. and now with all the messing around.. I don't have sound at all..03:07
landsgAndyCool:03:07
jimm1Shizboom, do you think it would work if you got the kubuntu live cd and copied the kde files?03:07
pschulz01gdm allows me to log in, mouse works, but neither the laptop keyboard or an external USB keyboard produce characters at any prompt.03:07
Shizboomkubutu-desktop is like 450 megs03:07
AndyCooll_Dr4g: sorry, I've never used Azureus03:07
barktpolarthen were different fire, my sound card isn't being detected03:07
Shizboomjimm1 - no clue03:07
pschulz01It used to work ok..03:07
landsgAndy Cool:  when I do an "ls" with the floppy, nothing happens;  is the /media the right directory?03:08
bimberibarktpolar: ok, that will get you the live/install CD, but not a CD you can install kubuntu-desktop onto an existing install from03:08
Shizboomif i switch over to kde will all my servers and things stop working?03:08
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barktpolarI know03:08
manuelrazzarii've just installed ubuntu 6.06 on my mac (powerbook g4 titanium 550)... the problem I'm having is when the screen saver activates it fades out VERY slowly, taking like 3 minutes, and I can't interrupt it until it finishes fading out and the screensaver is active... any ideas?03:08
landsgAndyCool:  also, what do the colors of the filenames mean?03:08
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jimm1oh ok03:09
bimberibarktpolar: kk, just making sure :)03:09
barktpolarBesides, when I get the CDs, I'm going to use one as a Live CD and not install it until I get a laptop03:09
pschulz01Possible causes: 'ssh to remote xubuntu host' and installing and running a gnome app.'03:09
AndyCooll_landsg: /media is usually the correct place. Are you expecting anything to be on your floppy at this stage?03:09
pschulz01The symptoms are persistant over logouts and reboots..03:09
barktpolarPlus, Ubuntu has been a little problematic anyway03:09
ShizboomRight now i'm accessing my Ubuntu machine through a SSH nomachine server, do i need to be at the computer physically to switch to kde interface?03:09
AndyCooll_landsg: The colours refer to whether it is a file, directory etc etc03:10
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landsgAndy:  No.  However, both the sdb device and the floppy device show the same files on them.  wierd03:10
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landsgAndyCool:  What color is a device?03:10
jrattner1QUESTION: Anyone using CHGB03:10
ShizboomIs there anyway to switch to kde without going to login screen?03:11
barktpolarI think Sessions Shizboom03:11
jimm1I cannot get my wireless working, it is definitely the driver.  Is there a wireless card that will work with encryption OTB?03:11
AndyCooll_landsg: IIRC sdb is pan external device. Do you have one?03:11
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eXCeSSany idea on this problem? http://pastebin.ca/8374503:12
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jimm1I cannot get my wireless working, it is definitely the driver.  Is there a wireless card that will work with encryption OTB?03:12
Shizboomif i go to kde do i need to reinstall all my programs over again?03:13
landsgAndyCooll:  You lost me.  I have a 128 mg USB flash card; Ubuntu definitely sees it when I plug in03:13
dr_willisShizboom,  ya could run a 2nd X session and have kde in it.. or use vnc and have a kde desktop in a window.03:13
XrekcaHxrekcah03:13
Shizboomhmmm03:14
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barktpolarShizboom: Why do you want KDE?03:14
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WarboXnest has X in a window03:14
pschulz01bimberi, Cheers.. I'm going to be reinstalling I think.03:14
AndyCooll_landsg: it might well be that sdb1 IS your usb drive. Could that be so?03:14
WarboGDMFlexiserver does it as well03:14
Shizboomi want to be able to use an applet that will tick an rss feed through it03:14
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Shizboomand there is nothing compact like that for gnome that i see03:14
pschulz01bimberi, Any idea where else I can that the issue?03:14
bimberipschulz01: so keyboard works in gdm, but not from then on?03:15
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pschulz01bimberi, yes.. it is a little strange.03:15
franciscohola03:15
WarboShizboom: Have you checked gnomefiles.org ? That is very useful03:15
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Shizboomyes03:15
Shizboomdidn't see anything03:15
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pschulz01Oh.. just had a thought.03:15
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erUSULnix_chix0r: good luck with the wifi card Ciao!!03:15
Shizboomthis gnusticker should be working but it isn't03:15
landsgAndyCool:  I am hoping that is the case; how can I be sure;  I have tried to copy files to it, but doesn't seem to work03:15
bimberipschulz01: so could you ctrl-alt-f1 while in gdm, log in and reconfigure X?03:15
phunkaliciousis there an easy way for me to vpn into work like on windows?03:16
pschulz01No... it's persistant..03:16
ShizboomWarbo - you want to give this program a try? :D03:16
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AndyCooll_landsg: what message do you get?03:16
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barktpolarShziboom: What about Blam Feed Reader03:16
ShizboomWarbo - no one on the ubuntu forms posted that they could actually install it03:16
pschulz01Found it!!!!03:16
pschulz01'slow keys'!03:17
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pschulz01If I hold the key donw it works.03:17
pschulz01If I hold the key down it works.03:17
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Shizboombarktpolar i want something small like this03:17
pschulz01How do I turn it off??03:17
isthisnicktakenHey can someone help me with my wireless connection.  Its  giving the error SET failer on device eth1 ; operation not permitted03:17
isthisnicktaken*failed03:17
barktpolarOh03:17
landsgAndyCool:03:17
bimberipschulz01: sys -> prefs -> keyboard ?03:18
barktpolarJust Trying to help03:18
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anhey,guys, is there a SAS for linux?03:18
ShizboomAny other programs that look like this? http://gnusticker.sourceforge.net/onbottom2.jpg03:18
landsgAndyCool:  I copied using: cp -R *.* /media/sdb103:18
barktpolarDid anyone ever try to make Ubuntu Bread?03:18
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pschulz01bimberi, looking..03:18
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jorvis_does anyone use a good image program like picasa in ubuntu?03:18
an?03:18
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landsgAndyCool:  looks like the files did copy over;  now I will try the usb stick on my laptop03:19
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citruswhat's the default root password?03:19
dr_willisjovan_,  picassa has a port for linux now03:19
AndyCooll_landsg: And if you try with a "sudo" in front?03:19
barktpolarjorvis_ GIMP!03:19
bur[n] ergimp is not like picasa03:19
bur[n] erf-spot is more like picasa, but not quite03:19
bimberi!root > citrus03:19
pschulz01bimberi, sys -> prefs -> keyboard preferences -> accessibility (turn it off!!)03:19
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jorvis_my wife wants something easy to use, and the linux port of picasa keeps screwing up.  i'm trying to convince her to keep using linux on our main computer at home03:19
barktpolarAnyone know where can I download fonts like WIndows has03:20
landsgAndyCooll:  OK, nothing on the USB stick;  I will try sudo first03:20
citrusbut i want to be root!!11103:20
AndyCooll_landsg: Progress!03:20
gnomefreak!root > citrus03:20
AndyCooll_landsg: damn!03:20
jovan_dr_willis, i know but it is not a native port. Google used wine patches03:20
bimberipschulz01: aah, well done sir!!03:20
lecarosjorvis_ try picasa for linux03:20
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dr_willisjovan_,  yep.. but its exactly what you wanted. :) so you got to decide eh?03:20
jorvis_lecaros: I just said that the linux picasa port keeps screwing up03:20
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anhello? anybody knows sth about SAS?/03:21
pschulz01bimberi, Thanks for your help!03:21
citrusi still like being root03:21
pschulz01bimberi, I rally mean that :-)03:21
citrusfeeling all the powah!!1!103:21
teimuhi ubuntu, what do i do to install .run files? its a quake 4 demo03:21
pschulz01bimberi, I really mean that :-)03:21
jovan_dr_willis, have we ever....?03:21
landsgAndyCool:  what is the option to just copy a whole directory ?03:21
gnomefreakteimu: sh file,run03:21
jorvis_landsg: cp -r source dest03:21
teimugnomefreak, thanks!03:21
gnomefreaksh file.run03:21
lecarosteimu with sh file .run03:21
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gnomefreakteimu: yw03:21
AndyCooll_jorvis: have you tried gwenview?03:22
isthisnicktakenwhats the command to get a new IP03:22
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isthisnicktakeniwconfig eth1 ______03:22
isthisnicktaken?03:22
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landsgjorvis:  thanks;  if I am already in the source directory, I can just do the "-R" option, correct?03:22
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bimberipschulz01: np :)03:22
jorvis_landsg: cp -r . dest03:23
jorvis_(mind the dot)03:23
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kakeihi did someone had a BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH after install linux on a raid hard disk?03:23
AndyCooll_landsg: jorvis beat me to it!03:23
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edutenhi03:23
barktpolarI thought that was only with Windows03:23
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kakeibarktpolar: yes on widnows03:24
kakeiwindows03:24
pschulz01bimberi, I'm discussing this with a guy at work at the moment.. there should be 'icon' or something displyed on the screen to indicate that accessability options are on.03:24
barktpolarAnyone know a good fonts site, I'm looking for the Comic Sans MS font03:24
jovan_pschulz01, there's an applet for the gnome-panel03:25
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remowilliamshey03:25
AndyCooll_barktpolar: have you installed msttcorefonts? Are they not part of that?03:25
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barktpolarpschulz01: there probably will be in edgy03:25
remowilliamshow do i open up a archive with 2 partys .001 and .00203:25
landsgAndyCooll:  OK.  The last suggestion from Jorvis looks like it copies the files somewhere, but not to my USB stick.03:25
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landsgAndyCool:  This is frustrating:  shouldn't be this difficult!03:26
pschulz01barktpolar, Should I ass this as a feature request, or is it known.03:26
pschulz01s/ass/add/03:26
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AndyCooll_landsg: in your case that should probably read something like "cp -r . /media/sdb1"03:27
edutenHelp please I have problems with pppoeconf03:27
AndyCooll_landsg: and maybe with "sudo" in front03:27
jovan_pschulz01, you can add this applet to the pannel, it indicates if you've the accessability options on03:28
euclid_1Is there a tutorial on useful linux knowledge for newbies?03:28
AndyCooll_landsg: or "cp ./yourfolder /media/sdb1"03:28
novato_ubuntuisi there a way to install a serial mouse in ubuntu?03:28
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dr_willisnovato_ubuntu,  plug it in ( with power off) boot up.. edit xorg.conf ( is how this old timer woild do it)03:29
barktpolarIDK pschulz0103:29
landsgAndyCooll:  When I cd over to /media/sdb1 and do an ls, the files are listed;  however, when I remove the stick and try to read it on my laptop, it says it is empty03:29
novato_ubuntudr_willis: what do I have to edit there?03:29
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bimberipschulz01: hm, tricky one, in your situation, how did the accessibility stuff get switched on? perhaps a warning at that point as to the consequences03:30
dr_willisnovato_ubuntu,  the device in the input/mouse area  - would be my guess. theres a command that reconfigures X - that may detect/setup the serial mouse. I dont even have a serial mouse any more. :)03:30
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nrte_fivreAnyone know why gparted would refuse to allow the creation of extended partitions?03:30
ardchoillelandsg: is there anything in /media/sdb1 when the stick isn't in?03:30
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remowilliamshow do u unzip 2 files .001 and .00203:31
landsgardchoille:  Yes, the same files are listed03:31
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aLPHa_LeaKremowilliams: what file type are they?03:31
ardchoillelandsg: they are listed when the stick isn't in the machine?03:31
jorvis_remowilliams: are they rar files?03:31
novato_ubuntudr_willis: hehe.. well the things around here are not as good as I wish... but... :)03:31
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remowilliamsi think so03:31
pschulz01bimberi, There was some 'hot key' sequence..03:31
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remowilliamsmultipart03:31
landsgardchoille:  Yes03:31
remowilliamshow do i open multipart rars03:32
jorvis_remowilliams: try: unrar x somefile.00103:32
remowilliamsits multipart03:32
jorvis_if it is multipart it will pull the second and third, etc.03:32
remowilliamsi gotta open both at once03:32
remowilliamsk03:32
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ardchoillelandsg: did you mount the stick to /media/sdb1 after inserting the stick?03:32
AndyCooll_landsg: Puzzled too03:32
landsgDon't think so;  Sorry, I am somewhat of a newbie as you can tell03:33
ardchoilleAndyCooll_: I think he cp'd the files to /media/sdb1 when the stick was either not mounted or mounted in a diff point03:33
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AndyCooll_landsg: My first thought is that it suggests that sdb1 isn't your usb stick, but rather another device03:33
AndyCooll_ardchoille: was thinking similar03:33
landsgwhat is the syntax to mount the stick to sdb103:33
ardchoillelndfirst you need to make sure those files don't dissappear from /media/sdb103:34
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nrte_fivreAnyone know why gparted would refuse to allow the creation of extended partitions?03:34
ardchoillelandsg: first you need to make sure those files don't dissappear from /media/sdb103:34
Shizboomwhat is a shell script usually called? XX.XX?03:34
ardchoillefile.sh03:34
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Shizboomthanks03:34
ardchoilleYou're welcome :)03:35
landsgardchoille:  OK, should I just do an "ls" again?03:35
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landsgwith or without the USB stick actually in the PC?03:35
erfHey, is there anyway to convert a breezy badger install to a dapper drake install?03:35
ardchoillelandsg: do: ls -l /media/sdb103:35
ardchoillewithout03:35
barktpolarAre the Shipit CDs regular CDs or DVDs?03:36
ardchoillebarktpolar: CD's03:36
erfCDs03:36
ardchoilleI just got mine yesterday03:36
AndyCooll_barktpolar: regular CD's03:36
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barktpolarK03:36
Ademanwhere could i get the most recent source code for the gnome panel applet "Window list" ?03:36
landsgardchoille:  OK, the files are still listed without the USB stick in03:36
Ademancvs is ok, but i dont even know what repository03:37
AndyCooll_landsg: which means sdb1 isn't your USB stick03:37
ardchoillelandsg: that means the files are physically at /media/sdb1. you need to move them to a safe place, mount the usb stick and then mv or cp the files to the correct location of the stick03:37
bimberipschulz01: ah, right.  it's tricky because there's possibly a lots of config things that would be annoying if they were switched on unknowingly but to use real-estate to indicate that something is on might be overdoing it - perhaps some other way but nothing leaps to mind atm03:37
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ardchoillelandsg: do you only have one stick?03:37
ShizboomHow would i go about runing a shell script from shell? "sudo file.sh" isn't working03:38
ardchoilleShizboom: sudo sh file.sh03:38
spadessh file.sh03:38
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pschulz01bimberi, The 'accessability status' widget doesn't actually change at the moment.. (stays as the 'blue wheelchair' symbol).03:38
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Paradoxx_ardchoille: but if he makes the script executable, he can then, run the command without the sh03:38
landsgardchoille:  I have two sticks; however, the files are also on the hard drive I am trying to re-install Dapper onto;  I get see them in their original directory or on sdb103:39
pschulz01bimberi, I originally installed it so I could test it out..03:39
pschulz01bimberi, but that was a while ago..03:39
ardchoilleParadoxx_: good point03:39
bimberipschulz01: hm, well you'd want that to have some sort of indication - colour change or something03:39
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fiveironanyone have an ati tv wonder pro?03:39
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pschulz01bimberi, Grey out if disabled maybe.03:39
ardchoilleShizboom: since that is a shell script, do: chmod u+x file.sh  (use sudo if needed)03:40
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twystedhow do i specify the gcc version when compiling programs?03:40
Draslaanyone know how to create a directory in inetd.conf?03:40
pschulz01bimberi, at the moment it just activates the keyboard accessability menu.03:40
intelligiI need to ssh into my Xbox (running Xebian). How do I do that?03:40
twystedintelligi ask the xebian project03:40
dr_willisssh ip.of.the.x.box03:41
dr_willis:)03:41
intelligiI see the client application thing.03:41
jcmcbethI'm running a program and it says core dumped but I can't find the core dump file anywhere, where would it be?03:41
intelligiDude, it's just like ssh into another Linux computer. I've done it from windows, I just need to do it from Ubuntu.03:41
landsgardchoille:  so if the files aren't on the usb stick, what is sdb1?  What device would it be?  There are no other sticks on the PC right now03:41
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dr_willisopen a terminal, ssh ip03:42
intelligiI need a GUI thing so I can copy files and stuff, like with winscp.03:42
ardchoillelandsg: /media/sdb1 is just a directory. when you mount a file system, you have to specify a mount point (a directory)03:42
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jribintelligi: use nautilus03:42
intelligiHow?03:42
SurfnKidi keep forgetting03:42
jribintelligi: file > connect to server03:42
SurfnKidhow to look for a specific file on a terminal03:42
intelligiOk.03:42
jribSurfnKid: locate filename03:43
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landsgardchoille:  OK, so how to I mount the usb stick; does ubuntu do that automatically?03:43
ardchoillelandsg: since the device is mounted on that point, any files you mv into that directory go onto that device. Which is why I think you mistakenly copied files into /media/sdb1 when that wasn't the correct mount point03:43
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SurfnKidjrib thx03:44
landsgardchoille:  OK03:44
ardchoillelandsg: my gnome auto-mounts devices it recognises and puts an icon on the desktop when it's mounted.03:44
intelligiIt won't let me choose to log in as root.03:44
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intelligiIt just asks for a password.03:44
landsgardchoille:  I can't get to my desktop, x is not working03:44
ardchoillelandsg: you can run the mount command and see what is actually mounted and where it is mounted at03:44
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landsgardchoille:  OK03:44
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erfDo I need the CD to upgrade to dapper from breezy?03:45
DarkMageZerf, nope, if you have a fast enough connection, u can do it over the net03:45
bimberiintelligi: Places -> Connect to Server, Service type: SSH.  You can specify a user there03:45
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dekaif u want join us03:45
dr_willisit pays to learn how to use the programs eh. :)03:46
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landsgardchoille:  I did a mount command, and I don't see anything that looks like a USB drive;  however, when I do put the USB stick in the PC, several lines of text scroll up and Ubuntu looks like it sees it03:46
SurfnKidjrib, whats the argument in 'locate' for a complete search in root03:46
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ardchoillelandsg: plugin the usb stick and run mount and see if it's mounted, If it is, where is it mounted?03:46
erfDarkMageZ, I certainly do, Im going to use my VPS03:46
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erfSo I basically just change the sources and run apt-get dist-upgrade ?03:48
Sakunixhas anyone here ever got ubuntu onto a xbox?03:48
Tom7emy dcc chats in Xchat open in the channel window instead of a new, seperate window.  how do i fix this?03:48
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sztanpeterf beware a lot of thing could barek tho03:48
landsgardchoille:  OK, I did a mount before and after the usb stick.  I do see a line that says:  /proc/bus/usb type usbfs (rw)03:48
darkyoshi372Is it possible to run the server installation at higher than VGA, to use up all of an LCD?03:48
DarkMageZerf, the "best" way to upgrade to dapper from breezy appears to be to disable all 3rd party repositories in your /etc/apt/sources.list. remove all 3rd party packages from the system. then change the words breezy to dapper in sources.list then dist-upgrade03:48
sztanpetbrake03:48
ardchoillelandsg: ok, what is the mount point?03:49
erfDarkMageZ, It's a fresh install of breezy03:49
erfThe VPS Co havent put Dapper up for download just yet03:49
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landsgardchoille:  how can I tell?  there is a lot of verbage!03:50
darkyoshi372Anyone? Is it possible to run the server installation at higher than VGA, to use up all of an LCD?03:50
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Kilopopohi there is something wrong with ubuntu03:51
kakaltoKilopopo: tell us, what is this something?03:51
ardchoillelandsg: does that line read: procbususb on /proc/bus/usb type usbfs (rw)  ?03:51
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landsgardchoille:  YES03:52
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ardchoillelandsg: that's not the usb stick03:52
Shizboomhmmmm kde is pretty nice03:52
erfThanks03:52
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landsgardchoille:03:52
Kilopopoits terminal located under accessories its terribly wrong to put it in there03:52
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landsgardchoille: oh darn03:52
ardchoillelandsg: it should read something like: /dev/sda1 on /media/usb type ext3 (rw) or something03:52
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landsgardchoille  I see /dev/hdb1 / type ext303:53
ardchoilleno, that isn't it either.. that is the root file system03:53
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ardchoillelandsg: anything noticable in /var/log/messages?03:54
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kakaltoKilopopo: well you seem to have found it in the end. what's the issue?03:54
landsgardchoille:  how about udev on /dev type tmpfs (rw)??03:54
Kilopopowhy is it under accessories03:55
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ardchoilleland do: tail --lines=10 /var/log/messages03:55
ardchoillelandsg: no, I think that is udev03:55
asdxhi, i'm running ubuntu 6.06 on a athlon 64/via motherboard, the problem is, when i install the nvidia driver, and i change /etc/X11/xorg.conf, from nv to nvidia, and i start X, X hangs...03:56
landsgardchoille:  dmesg:  "Attached scsi removable disk sda at scsi5, channel 0, id 0, ...03:56
epodasdx: are your OS and your nvidia driver both 32 or 64bit?03:57
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ardchoillelandsg: does that show a mount point? something like /media/sda1 or some such?03:57
asdxepod: ubuntu is 32 bits, and i installed the driver with apt-get, i think it should be 32 bit too03:57
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asdxepod: i was using archlinux before, and i installed the driver with it's package manager, and it hanged too, after that i compiled a kernel and installed the nvidia driver manually (the 32 bit one) and worked fine03:59
landsgardchoille:  it does say usb-storage:  device scan complete;  I don't see a mount point yet03:59
asdxwhat could be the problem?03:59
ardchoillelandsg: hmm.. does the dir /media/sda1 exist?04:00
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Shizboomdoes anyone know what this means, "Jul  9 21:56:00 SERV gconfd (nan-26589): Resolved address "xml:readwrite:/home/nan/.gconf" to a writable configuration source at position 0"04:00
Shizboomits an error message i'm getting while trying to run a panel app04:01
ardchoilleShizboom: my logs are full of those04:01
cwilluShizboom: does it still work?04:01
landsgardchoille:  no, just sdb104:01
cwilluI believe they're benign04:01
Shizboomwell this isn't working04:01
ardchoillelandsg: sudo mkdir /media/sda104:01
Shizboomso if i can figure out what is wrong i might be able to fix it04:01
landsgardchoille:04:02
landsgOK04:02
ardchoillelandsg: what is the file system on the usb stick?04:02
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Kibou!mono04:02
ubotuI know nothing about mono04:02
ryanri am trying to build gimmie and getting this error: /bin/sed: can't read /usr/lib/libXrender.la: No such file or directory04:03
ryanrlibtool: link: `/usr/lib/libXrender.la' is not a valid libtool arc04:03
lukaswayne9Hey.. Is there any way I can get dbus applications to communicate with each other from a different sesison?  For example:  I have rhtyhmbox running on my Xserver, and I'd like to use a vt to use rhythmbox-client to control it04:03
ryanrany ideas?04:03
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wyHi I've got a problem tracing multithreaded programs with strace04:03
landsgardchoille:  don't know yet, but I can snap it into my latop running Dapper, and it sees it right away04:04
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ardchoillelandsg: put it in the laptop, run mount and see which fs is on that stick04:05
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landsgardchoille:  It's Vfat04:06
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asdxi have a athlon 64 cpu, on a via motherboard, and i'm using a fx 5200, i'm using ubuntu 6.06 (x86 version), i installed the driver with apt-get install nvidia-glx, but X hangs with the nvidia driver, it happend the same in archlinux when i installed the driver with pacman -S nvidia-glx, but worked fine when i installed the 32 bit driver from www.nvidia.com04:06
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ketethatooblackhelp me04:07
ketethatooblacki really need help04:07
jchicowe all do. ;)04:07
ketethatooblackhahha04:07
ardchoillelandsg: stick it into the computer and do: sudo mount -t vfat /dev/sda1 /media/sda104:07
ketethatooblackim not understanding ilnux04:07
ketethatooblackLINUX04:07
ketethatooblackits cool and all but downloading things on this computer is a paint in the ass04:07
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jchicowell what distro you're running?04:07
jchicoUbuntu? SuSE?04:07
jchicoFedora?04:07
HexidigitalMinix?04:07
ketethatooblackok i have a sudoku game and its in the archives manager04:07
Kibouhurd?04:08
jchicoheh Amiga :P04:08
Hexidigitalheh04:08
ketethatooblacki dont know what to do after this step04:08
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landsgardchoille:  OK;  try to copy the files again?04:08
ardchoillelandsg: no errors with the mount?04:09
landsgardchoille04:09
WarboHmm. I am trying to file a bug on nvidia-glx but the package doesn't seem to be in Launchpad04:09
ketethatooblackjchico can you help me?04:09
landsgardchoille:  no04:09
ardchoillelandsg: ok, are those files still in /media/sdb1 ?04:09
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landsgardchoille:  yes04:09
ketethatooblackDOES ANY ONE KNOW HOW TO DOWNLOAD THINGS ON THIS COMPUTER SUCH AS A GAME04:10
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tritiumketethatooblack: don't yell04:10
Warboketethatooblack: Add/Remove Applications maybe?04:10
ardchoillelandsg: do: sudo cp -r /media/sdb1/* /media/sda104:10
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whyamiketethatooblack: we don't have enough info to help you. You found some game and you know it is in the archives. How do you know this? Synaptic? Have you used synaptic?04:11
ketethatooblackhaha sorry.04:11
Warboketethatooblack: If you want to install your Sudoku game then right click on it in the file manager and go "Extract Here", then open up the folder it makes04:11
ketethatooblackok04:11
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ketethatooblacki clicked the game04:11
ketethatooblackon the site04:11
ketethatooblackit goes to the download box04:11
ketethatooblackfinishes04:11
Warbowhyami: I think file roller=archives manager04:11
ketethatooblackopens archives manager04:11
tritium!enter > ketethatooblack04:12
ketethatooblacki have no clue what to do here04:12
whyamiWarbo: you're right.04:12
Warboketethatooblack: Go on "Extract" and choose to extract it into your Home folder04:12
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tritiumketethatooblack: which game?  Please check first to see if it's in one of the ubuntu repositories04:12
ketethatooblacksudoku04:12
ketethatooblackwait one second04:12
ketethatooblacklet me open my file browser and see if the extraction worked04:12
tritiumketethatooblack: there is gnome-sudoku and ksudoku in the ubuntu repos04:13
ketethatooblackok it hoppened it has some folders and then a makefile04:13
ketethatooblackwell04:13
tritiumketethatooblack: please quit hitting enter in place of a period.,04:13
ketethatooblacki think i got this04:13
ketethatooblackoff a random site. i'm sorry its how i type04:13
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Warboketethatooblack: Open a terminal (in accessories)04:13
tritiumketethatooblack: well, in a busy channel like this, please use punctuation and new sentences so as not to spam the channel.04:14
ketethatooblackok its opened04:14
TokenBadis there a way to install ubuntu from a hard drive instead of burning a cd?04:14
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Warboketethatooblack: If the folder is in your home folder then type "cd thenameofthefolder" and press enter04:14
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ketethatooblackok ill be sure to remember. thanks for telling me tritium.04:14
soniccolIs there any SETI@HOME related software in unbun-linux ?04:15
tritiumketethatooblack: thanks for cooperating!  :)04:15
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noctiTokenBad: mount the iso as loopback04:15
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Maze_of_TormentI just installed azureus and i keep getting these warnings and they wont go away anyone know04:15
WordsworthHi04:15
Maze_of_Tormentanything about this?04:15
ketethatooblacktritium: im getting used to this name: response thing haha04:15
ketethatooblackwarbo: i typed in cd home and it goes no such file or directory04:15
TokenBadso if already have say linux on the machine...how would I do that?04:15
WordsworthI was wondering, would the memory errors I keep getting when I try to install Ubuntu be because I burned it to a rewritable CD?04:15
TokenBadhave debian installed already...but want to move to ubuntu04:15
tritiumketethatooblack: it helps us see messages to one another04:16
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ardchoillelandsg: how's it going over there? :)04:16
WordsworthI keep getting "Loading isolinux: Disk error 80, AX = 4200, drive 9F"04:16
WordsworthI have no idea what that means04:16
tritiumI'm off to dinner.  Good luck, ketethatooblack.  And welcome to the community :)04:16
Warboketethatooblack: The terminal is already in your home folder by default (the ~ means your home) type in "cd thenameofthefolderyouextracted"04:16
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Warboketethatooblack: The ~ should change to ~/foldername04:16
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ketethatooblackwarbo: OH hahaha. im sorry. i sound like the dumbest person alive. okkie dokiee. ya i mastered windows then decide dmaybe linux would be better. ok it gave me another line04:17
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ketethatooblackwarbo: excatly =] 04:17
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Warboketethatooblack: Does the folder you extracted contain a file called "configure"?04:17
WordsworthCould anyone give me some direction? Thanks!04:17
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ketethatooblackwarbo: nope04:18
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revilotim trying to install ubuntu on my desktop and its locked up at setting up clock.  any ideas04:18
WarboWordsworth: RW discs work fine for me. Have you checked the md5sum (see if it is corrupt)?04:18
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Wordsworthmd5sum?04:18
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Warboketethatooblack: OK, but you mentaioned "Makefile"04:18
WordsworthI'm not familiar with that, Warbo.04:18
ketethatooblackwarbo: correcttt04:18
Warboketethatooblack: OK, try typing "sudo apt-get install build-essential"04:19
Warbo!md504:19
ubotuTo mount an .iso image: sudo mount -o loop my.iso /some/mountpoint - bin/cue can be converted to iso with bchunk  .iso images of Ubuntu CDs can be downloaded from http://releases.ubuntu.com Always verify the .iso before burning, see http://wiki.ubuntu.com/VerifyIsoHowto or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows04:19
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Maze_of_Tormentif anyone can help me with an azureus bug ........04:19
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ketethatooblackwarbo: asks for password. so yep ima type mine in04:19
WordsworthI know how to mount images, I use alcohol.04:19
WarboWordsworth: Look at that "VerifyIsoHowto" link04:19
Wordsworthok04:19
Warboketethatooblack: Type your regular password. It won't show up for security reasons, but it is going in04:20
revilotim trying to install ubuntu on my desktop and its locked up at setting up clock.  any ideas04:20
randyDCC SEND 123456789123456789 0 0 004:20
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ketethatooblackwarbo: doesnt let me type it in04:20
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Hobbseenalioth: ping!04:20
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Warboketethatooblack: I said it doesn't show up for security reasons04:20
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hedgeAnyone know how to recover a partition table that has been altered?04:20
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VoXhedge: uhh afaik you cant04:21
Shizboomwow kde is really nice04:21
ketethatooblackwarbo: okk sorry i thought you meant the context wont show up until i type my password in. ok im going04:21
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WordsworthThere's no link to where to get md5sum on that page04:21
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WordsworthJust tells you to download it.04:21
revilotim trying to install ubuntu on my desktop and its locked up at setting up clock.  any ideas04:21
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ketethatooblackwarbo: ok it went through. a couple of lines showe dup and then it says do you want to continue y/n.04:22
Maze_of_Tormentanyone have any ideas on azureus bug?04:22
ketethatooblackwarbo: it also says04:22
WarboWordsworth: By the way, Alcohol is not needed in Ubuntu (the program at least). Unlike Windows Linux can mount iso images just like any other device04:22
ketethatooblackwarbo: 41.9MB of additional space will be used04:22
Warboketethatooblack: It needs a load of crap installed. Say yes04:22
landsgardchoille:  thanks, looks like that is working;  now I just ran out of space.  I will have to do a couple of dumps to get all the files04:23
ketethatooblackwarbo: ok its going through. i'll let you know when its done. thanks again for helping me. it wasnt self explanatory04:23
revilotim trying to install ubuntu on my desktop and its locked up at setting up clock.  any ideas04:23
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Warboketethatooblack: That's because you don't really need to do all of this. That "apt-get" thing? It contains a load of games by default, you just need to tell it what you want to install04:24
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balonyHow do I get up the program install manager when im not running gnome? What command?04:24
ardchoillelandsg: ok. when you have the files on the usb stick, take that stick to the laptop and make sure the files are actually on it before you reinstall dapper :)04:24
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ketethatooblackwarbo: i think its done. oh i see04:24
joebu23hello, I just upgraded my laptop to dapper, now it locks up at "Loading hardware drivers", any ideas?04:24
hedgedoes undelete fro Ext3fs?04:24
Warbobalony: "gksudo synaptic" "sudo apt-get" or "sudo aptitude"04:24
hedgefor04:25
ketethatooblackwarbo: its went back to where i type in my next file or whatever after sudoku my filename04:25
landsgardchoille:  right;  I need to understand more about the mount points and why it didn't work right away.  Can you point me in the right direction?04:25
Warboketethatooblack: OK, when it has all installed type "make"04:25
balonyWarbo: ok, thanks04:25
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stephan__anyone have any explerance with libnjb04:26
Maze_of_Tormenti have a problem with azureus loading warnings and not going away any ideas?04:26
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revilotim trying to install ubuntu on my desktop and its locked up at setting up clock.  any ideas04:26
ketethatooblackwarbo: its done but it ended with two errors04:26
ardchoillelandsg: the only thing I ever research are the man pages, if you want to do that, then man mount is good :)04:26
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Gareth^holy crap yes ndiswrapper works!04:27
ardchoillelol04:27
hedgelol04:27
Warboketethatooblack: Usually source code (which is what you downloaded) follows a procedure of configure, build then install. Since yours doesn't have the configure bit it is likely to have errors. Try going in System>Administration>Synaptic Package Manager and looking in Games04:27
bur[n] er_anyone know what port needs to be tunneled to get samba access via ssh?04:27
Gareth^I've never been so ecstatic to see a flashy orange light04:27
landsgardchoille:  OK:  thanks for your patience.  This really helps!04:27
joebu23burner: ssh works on port 2204:28
ardchoillelandsg: any time :)04:28
Warboketethatooblack: Also there are some huge archives of stuff available.......04:28
Warbo!tell ketethatooblack about universe04:28
ketethatooblackwarbo: thanks. i will try it and i appreciate all you rhelps04:28
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dereks_has dapper backports opened yet?04:28
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ketethatooblackwarbo: so for all files like this i extract them > open terminal > cd folder > config > build > install04:28
Warboketethatooblack: Too bad that game you got didn't build (configure would have told you what the problem was and what you needed to do about it)04:28
bur[n] er_joebu23: but I want to do samba sharing through an ssh tunnel... so I gotta forward some other port... maybe 135... or 449 or osmething04:29
Warboketethatooblack: Try to stick to packages in Synaptic04:29
ardchoillelandsg: also, you can use tar to tar up files and save some apce04:29
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ardchoille*space04:29
ketethatooblackwarbo: ok thank youu!04:29
ketethatooblackwarbo: got to go. have a great night. thanks for everything04:29
revilotcan anyone help me figure out an install problem, ubuntu is locked up at "setting up the clock"04:29
Warboketethatooblack: the actual procedure is usually "./configure ", "make", "sudo checkinstall"04:29
ketethatooblackwarbo: okk04:30
ketethatooblackill reember that. goodnight04:30
Dial_tonesweetness. I configured it so I can login to an XP vmware player session directly from GDM in full screen. no need to dualboot ever04:30
Warbonight04:30
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joshhey04:30
joshquestion04:30
Gareth^nice one Dial_tone - how'd you do that?04:30
WarboDial_tone: Wow. I can't get my head around the configs for GDM :)04:30
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joshhow do i get the compis/xgl software loaded?04:30
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Maze_of_Tormentcan anyone help me with an azureus bug?04:30
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loprohey all04:31
WarboDial_tone: Next stop, the Wiki!04:31
revilotcan anyone help me figure out an install problem, ubuntu is locked up at "setting up the clock"04:31
bur[n] er_!xgl > josh04:31
Warbo!xgl04:31
Dr4gQuestion: Has ubuntu replaced "su root" with "sudo" ?04:31
ubotuCompiz (compositing (window) manager) and XGL (Xserver architecture layered on top of OpenGL) howto at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/CompositeManager XGL+compiz help in #ubuntu-xgl  See http://tinyurl.com/pw5ez for Kubuntu systems04:31
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dereks!backports04:31
ubotuIf new updated Ubuntu packages are built for an application, then they go into Ubuntu Backports. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBackports04:31
joshty04:31
loprois it possible to install a windows program on ubuntu breezy?04:31
WarboDr4g: su still works, but only for root. Use "sudo -s -H" to become root for more than one command04:31
josh!easysources04:31
ubotuI know nothing about easysources04:31
josh!easysource04:31
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic04:31
Dial_tonehttp://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=20216604:31
Dr4glopro: with VMWare, yes04:31
asdxhi, i'm running 32 bit ubuntu and installed nvidia-glx with apt-get, i'm running on a 64 bit cpu (athlon 64), but X hangs when i run using the nvidia driver, i don't understand why it hangs when i install the driver with apt-get, but works fine when i compile a kernel and i install the driver manually. WTF!!04:32
loproreally???04:32
Warbolopro: With WINE yes. Applications usually work, but games usually don't (they are copy protected)04:32
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Dial_tonevmware, wine or codeweavers04:32
Warboor Cedega or Qemu04:32
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revilotcan anyone help me figure out an install problem, ubuntu is locked up at "setting up the clock"04:33
Warboor Bochs04:33
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Maze_of_Tormentazureus bugs can anyone help04:33
stephan__anyone know anything about libnjb?04:33
Dial_tonerevilot: can you go back from that point?04:33
Warborevilot: I wouldn't know how to fix it, but if you end up withou an answer then there is always the alternate CD04:33
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Dial_toneMaze_of_Torment: what04:33
hondjeIs there a way to tell the last date apt updated a package?04:33
reviloti cant do anything but move mousey m04:33
Warbo!azureus04:33
Maze_of_Tormentthe warning signs keep coming up and i cant get rid of them04:33
revilotmove my mouse rather04:33
ubotuazureus is a popular bittorent client written in Java, installation instructions can be found at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AzureusHowTo04:33
Dr4glopro: WINE is a windows emulator, however VMWare imho is alot better, and i highly recommend it.04:34
Dr4gIts good when u wanna use photoshop or visual studio on Linux, just crack on VMWare :o)04:34
Dial_tonemaze, bring up help/about then close the dialog box. it will work.04:34
jorgeuhow do i get / set the gtk-engine that i'm using?. I would like to use clearlooks engine instead of ubuntulook (note: i'm not talking about themes)04:34
Dr4ghmm.. i just realised my scrollbar wasnt all the way down04:34
lophyteWarbo: doesn't wine stand for "WINE Is Not an Emulator" ?  ;)04:34
WarboDr4g: WINE lets Linux run Windows programs, VMWare lets Linux run Windows itself04:34
loproi have never installed a program with out the synaptic package manager, will there be command i will need to know, or will wine take care of that?04:34
Dr4gi was reading convos from 30 mins ago04:34
Dr4gLOL!04:34
Maze_of_Tormentthanks Dial_tone04:34
stephan__!libnjb04:34
ubotuI know nothing about libnjb04:34
revilotDial_Tone: I can do anything but move my mouse04:34
Warbolophyte: Yes, WINE is a reimplementation of the Windows APIs. Basically it makes Linux into a Windows compatible operating system04:35
loprovmware, okay04:35
dragonlol Dr4g04:35
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Dr4gdragon :o)04:35
TalentedChimpin /dmrc file can i have 2 languages set? e.g Language=en_GB.UTF-8,ko_KR.UTF-804:35
lophyteWarbo: I know, I was joking around ;)04:35
dragonme 2 :o)04:35
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jorgeuhow do i get / set the gtk-engine that i'm using?. I would like to use clearlooks engine instead of ubuntulook (note: i'm not talking about themes)04:35
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Dr4g(Drag) in my name doesnt stand for dragon, neither a drag (someone who dressed in womans clothes).04:35
TalentedChimpi mean .dmrc file of course04:35
Dr4gdragon ^^04:35
Warbojorgeu: The theme chooses which engine it uses. Get a clearlooks theme04:36
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ardchoillejorgeu: the theme itself specifies which engine to use04:36
loprowow, thanks a ton for all your help!!!04:36
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Dr4glopro: nps, i would have replied sooner, though my scrollbar wasnt right down, and i was reading convos from 30 mins ago04:36
hondjeTalentedChimp: I've never tried it, but I've found it easier to just use different users for different languages and then use fusa to switch between them04:36
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Warbojorgeu: Or if you can't find one open up the gtkrc file and change it into a clearlooks one (maybe a bit tricky?)04:36
hondjeThough scim works great for hangul04:36
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asdxanyone here running running 32 bit ubuntu with nvidia on a athlon 64?04:36
hondjes/easier/easy04:37
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dragonlol. i didn't think it ment dragon, bu yeah i was thinking along the lines of a "queen" lol04:37
elknof1hi everybody...  can someone help me with the line for Xserver reconfiguring??04:37
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ardchoilleWarbo: I did that once and the scrollbars disappeared, lol04:37
loprono prob, drag, im gonna try the advice now, thanks everyone04:37
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ndookiehello04:37
revilotcan anyone help me figure out an install problem, ubuntu is locked up at "setting up the clock"04:37
Warboardchoille: I ALMOST made a great Ubuntulooks engine. But couldn't find out how to change the scroolbar's white colour. So I gave up and I am on xfce engine now04:38
TalentedChimphondje i need to display korean in my network browser, workgroup and pc names show up as garbage04:38
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ndookiei need help with my wireless04:38
ardchoilleWarbo: lol04:38
Warbotheme, not engine :)04:38
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ndookieok , i think i should rephrase04:38
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phunkalicioushey has anyone played around with network manager and the VPN plugin for it?04:38
hondjeTalentedChimp: eesh....I've never had that problem, so I would just mess with .dmrc and see what happens :-)04:38
dragonrevilot-- mine did that last night, i'm not sure howto fix it...but after the 4th attempt at installing it just worked.....04:38
dragonlol04:39
revilotgreat04:39
wweaselHey guys. I've been using Ubuntu for a while now, but this is the first time I try to burn a CD.  What software do you use to burn a disc image to CD?04:39
ndookieive got a problem with making my wireless network my default ... it doesnt save as the default..anyone else has this problem ?04:39
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wweaselndookie: do you use network-manager?04:39
dragonsorry, that's not much help..04:39
Warbowweasel: Right click the ISO in nautilus>Burn Image To CD04:39
ndookiewweasel : try nero04:39
revilotnot your fault04:39
loprowhere can i find VMWare? should it be in the synaptic manager?04:39
dragon:o)04:39
ndookieyes04:39
ndookiewweasel : thats where its not saving..04:39
hondjeYou'd 'think' as long as the fonts were installed that it would work fine, like when browsing non-eng sites or txt files04:39
nomasteryodavmware-player it is called04:39
Warbo!vmware04:40
ubotuVMWare Player is in Ubuntu's !Multiverse repository. Instructions to install VMWare Server can be found at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/InstallingVMWare04:40
WarboSomeone has written a fantastic Wiki page there04:40
TalentedChimpanyone know how to auto log to server and channels in xchat?04:40
MrObviousTalentedChimp: Yeah easy04:40
wweaselndookie: I use network-manager, and ever since I first selected the wireless network, when I see it in range it connects.  I believe that network-manager will automatically default to the ethernet if you have it plugged in.  I don't think you can change that.04:40
wweasel!nero04:40
ubotuI know nothing about nero04:40
landsgardchoille:  Still there?  If so, how do I change dir if name is multiple words?  Seems simple, but shell won't let me04:41
Warbo!gnomebaker04:41
ubotuI know nothing about gnomebaker04:41
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Warbo!iso04:41
ubotuTo mount an .iso image: sudo mount -o loop my.iso /some/mountpoint - bin/cue can be converted to iso with bchunk  .iso images of Ubuntu CDs can be downloaded from http://releases.ubuntu.com Always verify the .iso before burning, see http://wiki.ubuntu.com/VerifyIsoHowto or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows04:41
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ndookiewweasel : but its not connected ... cant seem to figure out what the problem is though04:41
MrObviousTalentedChimp: What you do is on the server list window, choose not to display it, then edit the Freenode entry04:41
WarboCD Writing: Nautilus, k3b, Gnomebaker, XCDRoast04:41
MrObviousTalentedChimp: There is an option there for autoconnect04:42
wweaselndookie: when you click on the wireless it will connect?04:42
ndookiewweasel : how would i know if my ID is hexidecimal or ASCII04:42
ardchoillelandsg: cd /home/path\ to\ this\ dir/newdir/another\ dir\ with\ multiple\ words04:42
ndookiewweasel : it doesnt say anything acknowledging that its connected04:42
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wweaselndookie: to see if it is connected, try pinging google (either ping from command line or System -> Administration -> Network Tools04:43
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loprohow do i open a command to change my kernel?04:43
ndookiewweasel : thats my normal procedure, its not connected04:43
foxinesson nero burning i have to choose a-track-at-once b-disc-at-once ? 'am going to burn xubuntu'04:43
stephan__whats a site to where i can post text so u guys can read something04:43
hondjeYou can also use cd /home/"thing with space" or use tab to fill out the word, ndookie04:43
Warbolandsg: cd "/this/path/will/all be taken as/literal/values so it doesnt/matter/if it has/spaces"04:43
landsgardchoille:  OK, what about just using the cp command to handle multiple word directories?04:43
ndookiewweasel : i dont even get through pinging my router04:43
loprosorry, im brand new with this04:43
wweaselndookie: do you use WPA?04:44
Warbolopro: You can only change the kernel you are running by selecting a different one at boot04:44
whyamiff04:44
TalentedChimpMrObvious found it thanks04:44
whyamiff04:44
whyami!ff04:44
ndookiewweasel : WPA ?04:44
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/FirefoxPlugins04:44
wweaselndookie: or, do you kno-w if your wifi card is properly configured04:44
Warbolopro: Synaptic can install new ones04:44
TraeIf I go to system > administration > shared folders   And share a folder via NFS, it installs 5 things [nfs, portmap, etc...]   { I rebooted }  I browse the network and don't see those shared folders.  I shared them on my local network 10.10.0.x04:44
ardchoillelandsg: cp /path/files /path/new\ dir\   .. you have to escape the spaces with the "\"04:44
ndookiewweasel : yes , it is04:44
MrObviousTalentedChimp: You're welcome04:44
wweaselndookie: The method of encryption on your wifi: None/WEP/WPA?04:44
ndookieits WEP04:45
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wweaselndookie: Alright. Have you tried connecting using System -> Administration -> NEtworking04:45
ndookieyes04:45
wweaselDoes it work?04:45
ndookienope04:45
wweaselEthernet works?04:45
WarboAnyone know why nvidia-glx isn't in Launchpad?04:45
ndookiewell..i dont really have a method of trying that04:46
ndookieive deactivated all other connections04:46
ndookieand the wlan0 is active04:46
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wildezhey04:46
foxinesshi,i need to burn xubuntu and i see two choose "disc-at-once" and "track-at-once",what colude i choose here?04:47
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wweaselndookie: I am sorry, I am not expert enough to help you.  It is possible your wifi card isn't properly configured.04:47
wildezy a t'il qu'elle cun qui parle francais04:47
wweaselwildez: #ubuntu-fr04:47
ndookieok , i understand04:47
Warbofoxiness: Both should be fine. Go with Track At Once to be on the safe side (I have had error messages which suggest that after a failure)04:47
ndookiebut one question though04:47
wweaselndookie: But I fear if I try to help you I might just waste your time.04:47
Warbo!fr04:47
ubotuAllez a #ubuntu-fr ou #kubuntu-fr pour de l'aide et de la discussion en francais.04:48
ndookiehow would i know which one my key is04:48
wweaselSure04:48
ndookieASCII or HEX04:48
wildezbut i have a prob and nobody on #ubuntu-fr help me04:48
ndookiethe key is 9e051d1ac104:48
wweaselwildez: pm me if you like04:48
TraeDoes anyone know if the system > administration > shared folders stuff is supposed to work at all?04:48
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Warbowildez: Do your best in here. I got a B in GCSE French :)04:48
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wweaselwildez: I am bilingual.04:48
foxinessWarbo, thanks :)04:49
Gareth^bonjour, mon nom est toilette04:49
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wweaselndookie: I've never worked with anything but ascii keys before...04:49
ndookiewell..that must be it then04:49
BioGeekHey everybody, I have a directory full with pdfs, and I want to select those containg a certain keyword. I can get the keyword out of a single pdf with the command 'pdftotext my.pdf - | egrep keyword --color=always' but how do I proceed?04:49
ndookiehmm04:49
wweaselndookie: ask someone else. try wikipedia? you could also check at your router.04:49
wildezwweasel peux tu m'aider04:49
ndookieyes , i shall04:50
ndookiethanks for you effort04:50
ndookiei'll stick around here and see if i can help anyone04:50
wweaselwildez: peut-etre, mais ils n'aiment pas quand on parle francais ici.04:50
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ardchoille!fr04:50
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ubotuAllez a #ubuntu-fr ou #kubuntu-fr pour de l'aide et de la discussion en francais.04:50
wweaselndookie: btw, about my cd question. Nero 4 linux exists?04:50
wweaselhe's tried that ardchoille04:50
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ndookiehmm , ive never heard of a nero for linux04:50
ardchoillewweasel: and?04:51
Warbondookie: It seems popular, but unneccisary04:51
wildezhow i can talk to you in french beacose i am not very good in english04:51
landsgardchoille/Warbo:  Example of doing cd:  cd /media/sdb1/xxxx xxxx  where xxxx is direcroty name.  Doesn't work.04:51
nvezholy jesus04:51
wweaseland I'll try to help him in PM. he says no one is helping him in fr.04:51
nvezeclipse-jdt - 128mb of a IDE04:51
nvezits better be good.04:51
nvez:p04:51
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ndookiewarbo : gnome or kde comes with enough bundled software to burn cd's or burn anything actually..04:51
ardchoillelandsg: cd /media/sdb1/xxxx\ xxxx04:51
wweaselwildez: I pm'd you. you have a new message.04:51
Warbolandsg: You can't cd to a device liek that. You must mount it forst04:52
Warbolandsg: AA! Sorry!04:52
wildezwhere04:52
Warbolandsg: I just saw sdb1 and assumed the rest :)04:52
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Warbolandsg: cd /media/sdb1/xxxx\ xxxx or cd "/media/sdb1/xxxx xxxx"04:52
wildezwweasel i dont have a new message04:52
dick-richardsonI added repositories to get w32codecs and libdvdcss, so I'm not sure if the broken dependencies I'm getting are because of that or not...can anyone else install gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad, gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad-multiverse, and gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly-multiverse?04:53
ardchoilleWarbo: Thank you, I didn't know the quoted version :)04:53
caturOKhello04:53
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wweaselwildez: we'll talk in the #ubuntu-fr channel04:53
caturOKhmmm04:53
wildezok04:53
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caturOKhelp me about nocat plz04:53
ardchoillewweasel: Do you speak French?04:53
wweaselardchoille: yes, i am bilingual.04:54
ndookiemaybe i should try de-activating my adapter and then re-activating it04:54
ndookieand maybe d/cting it and reconnecting it04:54
ardchoillewweasel: Then you might be able to help others if you were to hang out in #ubuntu-fr :)04:54
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landsgardchoille:  not working;  if I am already in /media/sdb1, then what?04:54
Dr4gndookie: try formatting your system, then boot up and it will play jingle bells from the PC Speaker, err... yeah.04:55
wweaselardchoille: I know, but my mother tongue is English and my French is not perfect, though I studied it in the mother tongue classes.04:55
joshIm trying to play a dvd, but so far I can't get anything to work *I installed xine, and I am pretty sure that I have libdvdcss or whatever it is :/)04:55
Warbolandsg: If you are in it then: cd xxxx\ xxxx or cd "xxxx xxxx"04:55
ardchoillelandsg: try cd "/media/sdb1/xxxx xxxx"04:55
ardchoillelandsg: with the quotes04:55
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eugmanhttps://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+source/gnome-cups-manager/+bug/44196 Anyone know how to solve besides just ending the process? Would increasing the nice all the way help next time?04:56
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landsgardchoille/Warbo:  YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!04:56
ndookieanyhow04:56
ndookieim going to try out the forums04:56
ndookiethanks for the effort04:56
WarboHow do you do that stuff in GAIM? (the *** stuff)04:56
ndookiebye04:56
lastnodehow do i make a fat32 fs in CLI?04:56
wildezwweasel i talk to you on ub...-fr04:56
ardchoillelandsg: lol04:56
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chapiumargh!!! can someone tell me why every other inch of my screen is blurred?  I've fixed it in the past by fiddling with dri, but that isnt helping now04:57
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Warbolandsg: So it didn't work then?04:57
hondjeIf so, it's /me stuff04:57
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WarboThanks04:57
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wweaselwhat do you guys use to burn CDs/DVDs?04:58
eugmanwwweasel, gnomebaker04:58
ardchoilleWarbo: it seems that cd /path/dir/new\ dir  didn't work for him.. it works here, but..04:58
Warbowweasel: Nautilus, Gnomebaker, k3b04:58
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eugmanWarbo, I've found nautilus won't detect my usb burner.04:59
loproi installed wine but cannot find it, what am i doing wrong?04:59
ardchoillewweasel: I like gnomebaker04:59
WarboAnd XCDRoast on minimal systems (and cdrecord on stupidly lightweight)04:59
wweaselWarbo: A combination of all of them? Is one recommended?04:59
landsgardchoille/Warbo:  nice humor;  I need that right now   ;-)04:59
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eugmanlopro, hidden directory. press ctrl + h and look in your home folder04:59
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loprowhated to use it to run a windows prog, but does show up in apps04:59
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wweaselardchoille: thanks04:59
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loprook04:59
chapiumwweasel: are you writing data?  nautilus will work fine for that04:59
Warbowweasel: I would recommend Nautilus for day-to-day stuff, and a Nero like program use Gnomebaker04:59
eugmanno lopro04:59
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ardchoillelandsg: nah, you're doing fine.. just takes a bit of patience :)05:00
eugman you use wine to run an exe05:00
greckoHola a todos, hay alguien que me pueda ayudar?05:00
Syco54645how do i close gnome panel?  it is having an error05:00
chapium!es05:00
WarboSerpentine writes audio CDs I think, but I have never made one05:00
ubotuPara Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, alli obtendran mas ayuda.05:00
eugmany either right click one and run with wine or05:00
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Syco54645actually just the gnome clock applet05:00
Maze_of_Tormenti just had to delete azureus............... nothing helped05:00
dick-richardsonI added repositories to get w32codecs and libdvdcss, so I'm not sure if the broken dependencies I'm getting are because of that or not...can anyone else install gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad, gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad-multiverse, and gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly-multiverse?05:00
WarboSyco54645: Go in System>Preferences>Session and on Running Processes make gnome-panel normal (not restart) then do "killall gnome-panel"05:01
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Syco54645Warbo: that did it i think, well the clock didnt come back05:01
Warbo:)05:02
Syco54645hmmm05:02
Syco54645what about the gnome clock.05:02
Syco54645it seems to be broken05:02
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loprook05:02
VR_how do i force my modem to get a new ip?05:02
Syco54645ah i got it05:02
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Syco54645VR_: you dont, or change the mac address.05:03
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VR_Syco54645: yes you do.05:03
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dick-richardsonhow do you install the debian menu?05:04
VR_i'm testing if i can ban a specific ip to access a directory.05:04
wweaselVR_: Change the MAC address, power the modem off, power the modem on.05:04
spadesVR_ depends on how your isp recycles ips\05:04
Warbolopro: You can press ctrl-L to enter a location in Nautilus with the keyboard (so you can type hidden stuff). Also I think KDE menu actually has a Wine section IIRC05:04
Syco54645VR_: not that i have ever encountered.  all of my isps always gave me the same IP unless the mac address was changed05:04
eugmanWarbo, if i have an application going bonkers and trying to absorb all the cpu will increasing the nice all the way take care of it temporarily?05:04
VR_wweasel: how would i change the MAC?05:04
Warbodick-richardson: Install "menu" package05:04
Syco54645VR_: just like what wweasel said.05:04
seagulltheme I have a very strange problem, I keep getting error messaged which, when googled, lead to forums about KDE.  but i'm on GNOME!  the only thing i did today was installed some wrong nvidia drivers and reverted back, i have no idea why it is doing this.  anyone have any idea of how to solve this?05:04
wweaselVR_: Depending on what you have hooked up to the modem. IS your PC connected directly to your modem?05:04
whyamihas anybody used a WinCE device with ubuntu?05:04
VR_wweasel: yes it is.05:04
Warboeugman: Hopefully. Your CPU will still be full, but your other apps will get what they need05:04
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roostishawhow can i retain the text i copy, even after i close the source application?05:05
Warboroostishaw: Paste it somewgere else :)05:05
wweaselAnyone here no how to spoof a MAC? I don't...I only know how easy it is in a Router.05:05
Syco54645i know how to change the mac address in linux05:05
Syco54645let me remember05:05
VR_wweasel: spoof? that sounds... illegal?05:06
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loproi am so lost, lol05:06
VR_wweasel: I found something here > http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=security/changemac05:06
VR_not sure if that's ok.05:06
Syco54645VR_: they make cards that can hold 10 mac addresses05:06
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roostishawWarbo, is that really the only solution? i know ill get flammed for this, but is there an app that will copy it to a "standard" clipbord... like in... um... winblows?05:06
Warbolopro: Yes, the Windows filesystem structure is confusing :)05:06
seagullthemeso noone knows why gnome thinks it's running gnu?05:06
wweaselnope, it's not. the MAC is set in the hardware, but it can be "spoofed", changed to somethign else. not illegal. but this is beyond me. Syco knows how to help you.05:07
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wweaselVR_: Good luck.05:07
Simthumbhello, I'm having problems installing Ubuntu on XP05:07
loproi have a windows program in my cd drive and i am trying to open it with wine, i right click and open with other program, and wine doesnt show up, AHHHH!! lol05:07
SimthumbI read the Dualboot HowTo guide,05:07
Warboroostishaw: I think there was one on the Ubuntu Guide. I think I have found that it is saved between apps (when you use copy, not cut)05:07
Simthumbfollowed it carefuly,05:07
Simthumband I get to step 7,05:07
seagullthemesimthumb, what's step 705:07
Syco54645VR_: the option is hw.  i was checking the manpage05:07
VR_Syco54645: i found this command that's supposed to do it > ifconfig eth0 down hw ether 00:00:00:00:00:0105:08
roostishawWarbo, "saved between apps"... thats what i meant05:08
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SimthumbI click edit Partitions manually,05:08
Warbolopro: Have you tried running it on the command line with "wine programname.exe"?05:08
Simthumbit takes about 10 minutes to load,05:08
Warbo!enter05:08
ubotuPlease don't use the "enter" key as punctuation! It spams the channel and can be annoying.05:08
loprohow do i get to a command line?05:08
Simthumb(Step 7 is to click Manually edit partition tables in Ubuntu Setup)05:08
Warbolopro: Applications>Accessories>Terminal?05:08
Simthumband after that,05:08
loproso it would be "wine setup.exe" is this right?05:09
Syco54645VR_: that will do it.  i wrote a script when i was in the dorm to cycle my mac address to mess with the system admins, that is how i know how to do it.  they also make cards that can hold up to 10 address that can be programmed into an eeprom on them and changed when ever you feel like it, but i think they have them set when you buy them05:09
WarboSimthumb: Could you please try to use punctuation and not enter? Thanks05:09
Simthumbin the guide it says to click whatever partition I want to install Ubuntu on05:09
Simthumboh05:09
SimthumbI'm in trillian05:09
VR_Syco54645: thanks. one more question...05:09
SimthumbI click enter to send05:09
seagullthemelopro, right click the program, click "open with.." and then "use a custom command" and in there type "wine"05:09
Syco54645VR_: sure05:09
Simthumbpunctuation? :|05:09
Warbolopro: Yes, if you are in the right directory05:09
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VR_stephan__: the numerical value at the end; what's that supposed to do?05:09
VR_err05:09
VR_Syco54645*05:09
Simthumbis it still doing whatever it's doing now? I'm clicking send instead now05:10
Syco54645did they ever finish the wine project to emulate the start menu05:10
loprook, i'll see what i can do05:10
WarboSimthumb: Erm, . , : ; ` ! < that stuff?05:10
SimthumbI'm using punctuation not enter...05:10
roostishawWarbo, is a "clipboard daemon" what im looking for?05:10
Warboroostishaw: Yes I think05:10
roostishawWarbo, thank you!05:10
Warbo!ubuntuguide05:10
ubotuI know nothing about ubuntuguide05:10
Simthumbanyway, I get to that step,05:10
dragonhey guys, i've installed limewire but it won't open (or do anything) when i tell it to, so i downloaded frostwire, but it does the same thing...    :o( any suggestions..05:11
slewis there a good how-to for port forwarding/firewalling available?05:11
Simthumband all that's there is IDE2 hdc1 or something and "Unallocated"05:11
WarboSimthumb: You know what? I am,05:11
WarboSimthumb: Using some, you know,05:11
WarboSimthumb: Punctuation? But AS WELL05:11
WarboSimthumb: As enter05:11
loproit says wine created successfully05:11
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Simthumbum...05:11
loprothen wine program arguments.....05:11
SimthumbI am doing that05:11
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SimthumbI am in trillian - is that doing something?05:12
seagullthemeno05:12
seagullthemepm me simthumb05:12
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Simthumbhow?05:12
seagullthemeum05:12
seagullthemescroll down to my name on the user list05:12
seagullthemeright click05:12
Warbodragon: You have Java?05:12
seagulltheme'private message' or something05:12
Simthumbohhhh05:12
Fivesheephelp, anyone uses proftpd here?05:12
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dragonyeah i have java.05:13
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Warbodragon: Try finding the .jar file and running "java -jar filename.jar"05:13
dragonit said something bout putting java in the path or something...but i'm slow :o)05:14
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stephan__how do i use hot plug05:14
loproattempting a chat with you SEAGULLTHEME, if thats okay?05:14
Warbostephan__: It should be automatic (that's the point)05:14
seagullthemeyes05:14
Simthumbseagull I pmed you05:14
seagullthemei'm not recieving05:14
seagullthemedo you have AIM?05:14
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Simthumbno I have yahoo05:14
seagullthemethat's impossible, noone uses yahoo05:15
arthurgeekHello all! I installed XGl with Compiz on my Ubuntu Dapper. Everything is working fine (and it rocks!). But, gset-compiz don't save the changes. And yes, I'm running compizwith gconf setting. Can anyone help me? or point me to another room, where i can get hel (if this subject os so off-topic here)05:15
Simthumbbut I'm currently in trillian05:15
stephan__Warbo, well im trying to get my zen mplayer player to work with libnjb....i can see it in the lsusb but gnomad2 doesnt see05:15
SimthumbTrillian messenger I mean - I have a yahoo account though lol05:15
chapiumanyone have trouble with opera displaying hyroglyphics?05:15
stephan__Warbo, is their another way to test and see if its their or somethig else to do05:15
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juantaoHello, I'm trying to set up gpg and lanuchpad has mailed me a messge I must decrypt. How do I do that in a terminal?05:15
seagullthemesimthumb, message "jellocube2001" on yahoo05:15
chapiumit looks more like butchered korean actually05:16
Simthumbok05:16
Warbostephan__: I have no experience with that sorry. If you know the device name (/dev/something) and the mountpoint (/media/something) then that is usually all you need05:16
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roostishawwhat was the major way to speed up the gui of firefox on ubuntu? it had to do with tango or pango or something. im looking for the ubuntu forums thread... anyone?05:16
dragonWarbo where would this .jar file be?05:16
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stephan__Warbo, that is only with the ipods ...unfortantlly zens are different05:17
Warbodragon: /usr/lib/frostwire maybe?05:17
Warbostephan__: Well I have a NEUROS so I wouldn't know05:17
dragonlol...cheers..05:17
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Maze_of_Tormenti couldnt get xgl to install correctly ............... had to re-install dapper altogether05:18
loprothis ubuntu thing is kickin my butt05:18
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loprolol05:18
elknof1can someone help me with the line dpkg reconfigure Xserver...   its that i dont remeber how was the whole line to reconfigure Xserver05:18
Warbosudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg05:18
dlielkbuntu, sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg05:18
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juantaoanyone tell me how to decrypt a email message using gpg in a terminal window?05:19
loprosent you a chat again Seagull05:19
roostishawwhat was the major way to speed up the gui of firefox on ubuntu? it had to do with tango or pango or something. im looking for the ubuntu forums thread... anyone?05:19
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Warboroostishaw: Tango is a unified set of icons, Pango is text rendering. Probably Pango05:20
roostishawWarbo, ya. would you happen to know the url to the thread? im looking now...05:20
loproim in a term window, trying to install a window based program from a cd, is this possible, or does it need to be on the hard drive?05:20
Warboroostishaw: No idea. I use Epiphany anyway05:20
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staulkorhey05:21
roostishawWarbo, why epiphany? just curious...05:21
Warbolopro: Linux doesn't give a crap where a file is. It could be on the other side of the world over NFS, that is the beauty of the filesystem05:21
Warboroostishaw: Because it is better than Firefox :)05:21
seagullthemelopro, i don't think PMing is working for some reason05:21
roostishawWarbo, how so?05:21
dragonWarbo, which .jar file am i looking for? lol theres quite a few...05:21
loproyeah, just said waiting for you05:22
loproto accept05:22
loprono biggy05:22
seagullthemehmm05:22
seagullthemegaim is weird05:22
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seagullthemeif you have aim, message this screen name05:22
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Warboroostishaw: It automatically downloads stuff on one click, it has a bookmarking system which is WAY better than FF's and it has a better GTK integration (and no stupid plugins)05:22
loprome, i use gaim, through my yahoo acct05:22
seagullthemejesus, why is everyone using yahoo tonight05:23
roostishawWarbo, ok, good enough, and thanks for the help!05:23
seagullthemeyahoo-->  jellocube200105:23
loprolol05:23
Warbodragon: "frostwire.jar" would be my bet :)05:23
loprolet me try anyhow05:23
dragonyeah, that's what i thought...what now?05:23
Warbodragon: What happens when you do "java -jar filename.jar"?05:24
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dragonbash: java: file not found05:24
dragon**command** not file05:24
Warbodragon: Oh, do you use sun-java5-bin?05:24
dragonhow do i check?05:25
dragon:o)05:25
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Warbodragon: "sudo dpkg -l | grep java"05:25
loproit just says that you arent listed on the server, seagull05:25
elknof1Warbo, thanks...05:25
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staulkori just installed ubuntu to a 4gb flash drive and im trying to boot now. I found a tutorial and it says i need to make the initrd image and im tyring to run 'mkinitrd' but the command is not found05:26
dragonwarbo i cant see a sun-java5-bin05:27
Warbostaulkor: What is the URL of the guide?05:27
staulkorhttp://www.ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-5151.html05:27
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staulkor5th post05:27
dragonjava-common & java2-common05:27
staulkorusing 6.0605:27
Fatalback on ubuntu i go05:27
staulkorand the drive is /dev/sda05:27
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loproi have a cd program in the drive, what command do i give Wine to install it?05:28
Warbostaulkor: I think it is "mkinitramfs"05:28
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seagullthemelopro05:28
seagullthemewhat is the drive letter05:28
loproshould be d:05:28
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seagullthemetype "cd d:'05:28
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Warbodragon: "sudo dpkg -l | grep gcj" "sudo dpkg -l | grep j2re1.4"05:28
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dragonwarbo: no such file or dir.05:29
loprosays bash: cd d:   no such file or directory????05:29
Warbostaulkor: I actually found out a method of doing this myself, and I wrote it on the Ubuntu Wiki05:29
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angHi, I'm doing the broadcom driver HOWTO (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx/Dapper) and I'm getting an error that says this: E: Couldn't find package bcm43xx-fwcutter05:30
cjonesDOES ANYBODY KNOW OF A GUI INTERFACE FOR CONFIGUREING AND MANAGEING APACHE05:30
staulkorawesome, could you lihnke me please05:30
staulkorlink*05:30
Warbodragon: Try: grep "using quotes lie this" intead in those05:30
Warbohttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/BootFromUsb05:30
Fatalhow do i find out what version of xorg i have05:30
WarboI think05:30
staulkorpage not found05:30
Warbocjones: See that little light? It's called CapsLock.......05:31
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cjonesYEAH I KNOW ITS STUCK I AM VERY SORRY BUT ITS THE ONLY KEYBOARD I HAVE05:31
staulkorwait05:31
staulkori may have found it05:31
staulkor<staulkor> page not found05:31
staulkorhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootFromUSB05:31
seagullthemelopro:  "cd /media/cdrom"05:32
angAnyone?05:32
lopropoor cjones05:32
Maze_of_Tormenti hate that05:32
Maze_of_Tormentwhen it gets stuck05:32
Maze_of_Tormentlol05:32
dragonwarbo  "im lost"      lol05:32
loproeveryone thinks he's yellin at em05:32
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Warbohttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/BootFromUSB05:32
loprook05:32
WarboThat came up in Epipahny and I roght clicked, copy link locationed05:33
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seagullthemenow type "wine setup.exe"05:33
ardchoillecjones: You can hold down the shift key when you type and that will put the case back into lower05:33
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loproit keeps saying cannot fin05:33
Warbodragon: Go in Synaptic and see if you have gcj installed, sun-java5-bin installed and/or j2re1.4 installed05:33
loprofind05:34
seagullthemeit cant find the cdrom?05:34
cjonesok thanks its just real hard to type this way05:34
loprono05:34
loproi dont get it05:34
ardchoillecjones: I understand, but it will keep you from being yelled at by others :)05:34
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cjonesthsaNks05:34
dragonwarbo: in the frostwire readme it says "You must place Sun's JRE in the path prior to launching FrostWire"         - what's that mean... lol05:34
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dm_Hey guys, how does one STOP X from running, Nvidia prop drivers arent installing while X is running05:35
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Warbodragon: "echo $PATH"05:35
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ljlolel_i love ubuntu!05:35
Warbodm_: sudo /etc/init.d/gdm stop05:35
seagullthemei love ubuntu too!05:35
dm_thanks warbo05:35
Warbodm_: You are using the Ubuntu packages aren't you?05:35
angHi, I'm doing the broadcom driver HOWTO (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx/Dapper) and I'm getting an error that says this: E: Couldn't find package bcm43xx-fwcutter. Any help?05:36
ardchoilleWarbo: gdm == x ?05:36
dm_warbo nope, Nvidia prop drivers of their site, 3d from nv drivers suck05:36
WarboGDM launches X05:36
Warbodm_: nvidia driver is in Ubuntu already05:36
staulkorWarbo: the boot cd is optional, correct? because the computers i will be running this on can boot from USB05:36
ardchoilleWarbo: I always use sudo init3  .. is that a bad thing?05:36
dragonwarbo: what do i do next?05:36
loproany good way to get ubuntu to see a cdrom?05:36
WarboNooo! lost him!05:36
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seagullthemelopro:  only if it detects the cdrom05:37
cjonesdoes anybody know of a gui management/config tool for apache05:37
seagullthemego to /media/05:37
seagullthemeand see if its there05:37
Warbostaulkor: If they can boot from USB then you shouldn't need to do anything special05:37
loproit does05:37
loproit opened it, and showed the files05:37
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seagullthemeokay05:37
seagullthemethen right click setup.exe05:37
seagullthemeclick "open with"05:37
loprook05:37
seagullthemein "custom command" type "wine"05:38
seagullthemethat should do it05:38
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loprook05:38
loprolemme try it05:38
apunahsaphello05:38
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seagullthemehey there05:38
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Warbodragon: Install sun-java5-bin, and just to be on the safe side, j2re1.4 then you can do java -jar filename.jar and the proper program launcher should work too05:38
staulkorok05:39
Warbo!java > dragon05:39
dm_Warbo now it wants to check GCC but i do not have a compatable GCC, which one do i install ?05:39
Warbostaulkor: You may want to put the modules into the initrd just to be safe05:39
Warbostaulkor: But you won;t need a CD05:39
dragonok, where do i get it from? the java site or is it a package in synaptic?05:39
staulkorok05:39
Warbodm_: Ah, glad you're back05:39
staulkorwell i think i may have just found my problem05:39
Warbodm_: do "sudo apt-get install module-assistant"05:40
staulkori installed this on a laptop that had ubuntu and windows dual booted05:40
dm_Warbo : ) <----- first time with a Nvidia card under linus : )05:40
apunahsapanybody setup mythtv on ubnuntu?05:40
staulkorand it is looking for /dev/hda2 which is the ext3 partition for ubuntu on my laptop05:40
Warbodm_: Ah, so Linux likes to go on top does he? :)05:40
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staulkorim booting it on another laptop05:40
WarboSorry, poor taste05:40
staulkorand its looking for something that doesnt exist05:40
WarboMissed the joke! It was LINUS, not X :)05:40
dm_Warbo crap i must be missing a repo, can you poastebin your sources?05:40
Warbodm_: Do you have Universe?05:40
TalentedChimpwhich repo do you need for j2re1.4?05:41
dm_warbo i been away from linux for a while05:41
dm_warbo Universe ?05:41
staulkorer...im gonna reinstall and get back to you War o05:41
Warbodm_: Gimme a sec...05:41
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loproi cant find custom command05:42
Warbo!paste05:42
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)05:42
WarboTalentedChimp: Universe05:42
seagullthemeyou right clicked  it, and chose open with?05:42
seagullthemeand below the scroll box it doesn't say anything?05:43
apunahsaphow can i add an application to start at boot ?05:43
dm_Warbo i just need the apt line05:43
Warbodm_: Here is my sources.list, full of crud http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/1766805:44
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Warbo!easysource05:44
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic05:44
Warboapunahsap: Put a script in /etc/init.d05:44
loproi opened it in a terminal, i couldnt find custom command, says"wine program arguments05:45
dragonwarbo: where do i get sun-java5-bin?05:45
seagullthemenoo05:45
seagullthemelopro dont open it in terminal05:45
Warbodragon: multiverse05:45
dm_warbo lols ive fortten where the souce list is05:45
seagullthemeright click it in file manage, click open with other application05:45
dragonkk05:45
Warbo!java05:45
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 repository05:45
Warbo!multiverse05:45
lopro"open with" does come up05:45
ubotuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource05:45
TalentedChimpi'm using the std repos that come with the ubuntu install, no jre05:46
dragoni just saw the ubotu msg lol thnx05:46
seagullthemethat is impossible >_<05:46
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Warbolol05:46
seagullthemeand cd /media/cdrom/ doesn't work?05:46
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loprook, other app, then what app?05:46
wrathlohi i would like to ask what the roor password is...05:46
wrathloroot password, i mean05:46
WarboTalentedChimp: You have Universe?05:46
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TalentedChimpyes05:46
lopro i have no where to type anything yet05:47
Warbowrathlo: You should be so lucky. It is scrambled05:47
Warbo!rootsudo05:47
ubotusudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.05:47
seagullthemeyou click "use custom command"05:47
seagullthemeat the bottom of the window05:47
seagullthemeand then type wine05:47
seagullthemeand then you press ok05:47
TalentedChimpwarbo although, i'm actually using edubuntu, if that makes a difference05:47
seagullthemeand it opens it with wine and it gets all fucked up because nothing works in WINE the first time05:47
WarboTalentedChimp: The repos are the same05:47
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loprowow05:47
TalentedChimpi haven't gone to source-o-matic, should i?05:47
loproit worked youre awesome!!!!05:48
loprothank you so much05:48
seagullthemeyou're welcome05:48
dm_Warbo whats the path of my sources.lst ?  im having a brain fart05:48
WarboTalentedChimp: No need. Maybe look in Multiverse but I thiught it was in Universe05:48
cjonesman pastebin is slow today05:48
Warbodm_: /etc/apt/sources.list05:48
dm_thanks05:48
TalentedChimpwarbo i have all the repos selected05:48
jorgeuWarbo: i fixed the problem with gtk-engine by uninstalling gtk2-engines-ubuntulook05:48
WarboTalentedChimp: Do you have sun-java5?05:49
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TalentedChimpfrom the repos? no05:49
wrathloim trying to install my printer but i dont know how05:49
WarboTalentedChimp: It is apparently better (since it is made by Sun)05:49
wrathloplease help me05:49
Warbo!printer05:49
ubotuPrinting in Ubuntu is done with cups. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Printers - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsPrinters - http://linuxprinting.org - Printer sharing: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NetworkPrintingFromWindows05:50
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jorgeu!ubuntulook05:50
ubotuI know nothing about ubuntulook05:50
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TalentedChimpwarbo downloading fron sun now05:51
Maze_of_Tormenti'd like xgl installed but i messed it up first go around so i had to do a complete re-install of ubuntu05:52
roostishawwhat command do i put in my devilspie .ds file to make it so that the matched window won't minimize when I click the 'show desktop' button?05:52
WarboTalentedChimp: Why from Sun? Get it from Multiverse!05:52
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TalentedChimpwarbo i don't have a package called sun-anything05:52
WarboTalentedChimp: Then use source-o-matic then05:52
Warbowow, 2 thens05:52
techniciani m trying to connect with squid proxy but i cannot ping ?05:53
technicianto any website but i can access what is the possible reason ?05:53
dionis anyone familiar with the package ipcheck package?05:53
Warbotechnician: Many browsers have independant PROXY configs from the system05:53
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roostishawwhat command do i put in my devilspie .ds file to make it so that the matched window won't minimize when I click the 'show desktop' button?05:54
Warbodm_: You have module-assistant yet?05:54
jorgeutechnician: an example is firefox05:54
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cjonescould some one tell me what causes this ?      http://pastebin.com/74433505:55
Mewshihi guys05:55
stephan__how do i restart hotplug05:55
dm_Warbo yep just got it05:56
dm_warbo what next : )05:56
stephan__i have a zen mplayer play i can see with lsusb but i cant see if with gnomad2 .....anyone got any ideas05:56
Warbodm_: OK, "sudo m-a" and it is pretty straightforward05:56
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CarlFKcjones: you need to post more, like what command you used05:57
dm_Warbo seems pretty fancy, lol05:57
roostishawwhat command do i put in my devilspie .ds file to make it so that the matched window won't minimize when I click the 'show desktop' button?05:57
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cjonescarlFK i was just useing update man in gui05:57
dm_warbo i guess im doing it right , we'll know when i fook it up05:57
Warbodm_: Prepare it then select nvidia, get, build, install then replace the 2D "nv" driver with the 3D "nvidia" one in /etc/X11/xorg.conf, and maybe put "nvidia" in /etc/modules as well05:58
dm_warbo uh ok..05:58
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dm_warbo  i think its gonna want to stop X agian, ugh :P05:59
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techniciananyone can help me with squid ? ??????05:59
techniciani am having a tough time just on one point ? please05:59
Dial_toneanyone familiar with easytag? I can't edit multiple files at once05:59
dionis anyone familiar with the package ipcheck package?05:59
roostishawwhat command do i put in my devilspie .ds file to make it so that the matched window won't minimize when I click the 'show desktop' button?06:00
TalentedChimpwarbo got it, me not knowing how to use synaptic, been using mandriva06:00
CarlFKtechnician: I am guessing you need to do one little thing :)06:00
Warbodm_: you can do it all inside X then restart it when you have it recongigured06:00
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dm_Warbo ah well cool , then i can stay on : )06:01
jon_Could someone tell me how to get Root again? I forgot :\06:01
dm_ Warbo things have really changed, i like the new looks :06:01
Warbo!sudoroot06:01
ubotuI know nothing about sudoroot06:01
jon_Thank you! I kenw it was something like that :D06:01
Warbo!rootsudo06:01
dm_!monkies06:01
ubotusudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.06:01
ubotuI know nothing about monkies06:01
dm_ubotu monkes06:01
ubotuI know nothing about monkes06:01
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dm_ubotu used to say some cool stuff :06:02
ubotuI know nothing about used to say some cool stuff :06:02
Warbojon_: "sudo -s -H", "sudo -i", "sudo su", "sudo bash", "sudo sh"06:02
jon_ty06:02
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WarboIn that order of preference06:02
jon_Thanks =] 06:02
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CarlFKWarbo: please don't help people hurt themselves06:03
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seagullthemehehe06:03
WarboCarlFK: He asked. And I gave the !rootsudo first (well, second)06:03
[Ex0r] hmm06:03
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CarlFKWarbo: again: please don't.06:04
lepinegreetings everyone06:04
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cefbtw: 'sudo -s -H' is still harmful - it's better to use 'sudo -i'06:05
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WarboI have found that the DISPLAY is not set in sudo -i, but it is in sudo -s -H06:05
lepinehas anyone installed ubuntu on a dell 9150, or atleast with a sata drive? the installer seems to hang when it proposes to create space or let the user do partitioning ...06:05
eobanbwhy use sudo -s -H when you can use gksudo06:06
firebird619What repository to I need to have to install MythTV and all of its dependencies? I added deb http://www.debian-multimedia.org sarge main to the sources.list file, but I get messages that other certain packages are dependencies but they won't be installed or aren't installable.06:06
lepinethe documents i06:06
cefWarbo: use gksudo then06:06
lepine've found mentionned changing mobis and stuff i don't really feel like doing06:06
Warbogksudo doesn't give terminal output, and it doesn't give you a terminal06:06
eobanbfirebird619, mythtv should already be in the ubuntu repository06:06
eobanbwhy would you need DISPLAY set for command line app06:06
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dm_Warbo which package do i select? xorg?06:07
Warbodm_: nvidia06:07
firebird619eobanb: I thought it should have been too, but it wasn't. I always run sudo apt-get update before I search for packages and even after updating it didn't have any mythtv packages until I added that repo that I listed above in my message.06:07
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dm_Warbo get, build, or install ?06:08
lepineanyone?06:08
VR_damn i hate azureus!06:08
eobanbfirebird619, it's in multiverse.....06:08
Warboone, then the next, then the last06:08
eobanb!multiverse06:08
ubotuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource06:08
VR_!torrent06:08
ubotuTorrent clients: Azureus (Java), BitTornado (Shell with python front-end), KTorrent (KDE/Qt) Bittorent faq: http://www.bittorrent.com/FAQ.html06:08
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firebird619I have the multiverse repo in the sources.list file and it isn't commented out. What could the problem be?06:08
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Warbofirebird619: You sure it isn't backports multiverse?06:09
jon_Can someone help me..I get this error.. "./zDSBot3-2120: error while loading shared libraries: libstdcc+.so.5: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory06:09
dm_Warbo was that to me ? "one, then the next then the las"?06:09
eobanbfirebird619, i doubt you really have multiverse in your sources.list06:09
Warbodm_: Yes, Get it then build it then install it06:09
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Hobbseejon_: search packages.ubuntu.com to see which package has that file, and install it.06:10
dm_Warbo but is it going to install the Proprietary driver from Nvidea06:10
firebird619I also just tried installing kino, which went ok and is now installed, but I tried then to install kino dvtitler, and it says it depends on kino, but kino won't be installed, yet it is already installed.06:10
jon_Thanks06:10
dm_Warbo the installer i downloaded06:10
Hobbseejon_: there's a search box - one for packages, and then one for files.  the files one is the one you want06:10
jon_Okay, thanks=] 06:10
Warbodm_: Yes, that's what the nvidia driver is. The 2D nv driver doesn't need this module-assistant crap because it is automatic06:10
eobanbfirebird619, that probably has to do with the fact that you added some random other repository to your sources.list06:10
Warbodm_: It will install the nvidia driver which is already in Ubuntu06:11
dm_Warbo oh okie06:11
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eobanbfirebird619, or it's just saying that you're fine because you have kino already06:11
xiceanyone have any experience with beautiful soup??? if so PM me06:11
firebird619eobanb: My mistake, the multiverse is only on the backports, which Warbo just mentioned. Which repo do I add multiverse to?06:11
landsgWarbol/ardchoille:  Hello, back again.  I am trying to migrate the last few files over via to my laptop via usb stick.  When I go put the stick back into the PC, it doesn't mount it properly. Any ideas?06:11
roostishawwhat command do i put in my devilspie .ds file to make it so that the matched window won't minimize when I click the 'show desktop' button?06:12
dm_Warbo how do i know its done right?06:12
eobanb!multiverse06:12
ubotuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource06:12
Warbofirebird619: The line about "universe" (with the "not supported" bit)06:12
eobanb^---read that please, firebird61906:12
Warbodm_: After it's installed exit and do "sudo modprobe nvidia"06:12
dm_Warbo nothing came back06:12
Warbodm_: Good, then it's installed06:13
firebird619eobanb: Ok, Thank You06:13
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dm_Warbo whats the command for the glxgears with FPS report?06:13
Warbodm_: Open up /etc/X11/xorg.conf and cange "nv" to "nvidia" and maybe add a line under that one which says "Option             "NoLogo"          "true""06:13
Warbodm_: You will need to tell Xorg to use the nvidia driver, then restart06:14
Warbo(Xorg, not the computer)06:14
jon_I've been searching the site and cannot find libstdcc+.so.506:14
lepinedoes ubuntu support sata out of the box ?06:14
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Warboglxgears -printfps I think (it says that's not an option for me though :( )06:14
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Traesudo mount 10.10.0.8:/home/my_user/myFiles myFiles   <-- this command just sits there.... forever it seems, and then it finally goes thourgh and it works.  I thought it might be ipv6, but it isn't.  I disabled ipv6.06:14
Warbojon_: linstdc++.so.506:15
Warbojon_: "ls /lib/libstdc*"06:15
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cefTrae: are you specifying the type of FS to mount?06:15
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Traecef, not above, no06:16
Traethe above command is what I'm using06:16
dm_warbo BRB06:16
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jon_Didn't work.06:16
WarboAnyone know why nvidia-glx is not in Launchpad's list of packages? I need to file a bug about it's dependencies06:16
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Warbojon_: That command shows you what libraries you have which have "libstdc" at the beginning. There may not be a .so.5, but there may be a .so.6 or something which you could make a link to06:17
Geoffrey2when you're installing an application, which directory do you typically want to install it under?06:18
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jon_No it's not showing anything. Says no such file or directory.06:18
WarboGeoffrey2: In Syanptic it will go in /usr. Manually use checkinstall to put it in /usr/local06:18
Warbojon_: Try /usr/lib06:18
jon_ls /lib worked06:18
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el_alexlunahi all!06:18
eobanbwelcome, el_alexluna06:19
Warbojon_: Yeah, but you can't link a random library to replace an unrelated one06:19
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Geoffrey2Warbo, um, what is checkinstall?06:19
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Warbo!checkinstall06:19
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ubotucheckinstall is a wrapper to "make install", useful for installing programs you compiled. It will create a .deb package, which will be listed in the APT database and can be uninstalled like other packages. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CheckInstall06:19
jon_In ls /lib I see a quit libc.so.606:19
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megasquidanyone have a guide to setting up sound in 6.0606:20
el_alexlunahow i can boot from de cd without gnome?06:20
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Warbojon_: libc is for C, linstdc++ is something to do with C++ (they are very different)06:20
Bassettsel_alexluna, you need the alternate cd for that06:20
jon_libstdc++.so.5 is what I ned though..Not linstdc++06:21
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Warbojon_: In case you didn't notice, the ".so.X" are links to the ".so" files anyway06:21
Warbojon_: Your program is just out of date and doesn't know the new one06:22
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Geoffrey2Warbo, the application is a .bin file that self installs...I'm assuming I wouldn't need checkinstall for that then?06:23
lepinecould someone help me out installing ubuntu on a sata drive that doesn't seem to be recognized ?06:23
lepineplease06:23
tgahey, my Beagle search doesn't return any results06:23
tgaany idea what could be wrong?06:23
Drasladoes anyone know how I can create a folder either on boot, or on inetd initialization?06:24
racarterapt-get install acl... is that all I need to enable acls in ubuntu?06:24
WarboGeoffrey2: Those are the worst. Maybe you could trap it in a fakeroot and build a package out of it that way?06:24
racarteror do I have to do anything else for the kernel or for nautilus?06:24
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WarboDrasla: Put a script containing mkdir in /etc/init.d and read "man update-rc.d"06:24
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rebelfallenI have a list of emails I want to send to, but I want to use a program that can send multiple emails at once. Anyone have some suggestions?06:25
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WarboOK, I'm tired now. Bye06:26
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DraslaWarbo: I thought init.d was just for daemons?06:26
Ash-Foxrebelfallen, can't you just include multiple TO: fields and let the mail server handle sending the multiple e-mails?06:26
jon_I got the file I was looking for but when I try to put it in the /lib folder it won't allow me to..Anyway to bypass that?06:26
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iamcitizeni have a problem. when I try to run "startx" it tries to load it, but then it comes back and says "could not open default cursor font 'cursor'"06:28
iamcitizenany ideas?06:28
rebelfallenAsh-Fox: I don't want everyone to see who is in the TO field.06:28
Ash-Foxjon_, sudo well let you 'bypass'.06:28
Geoffrey2sadly, RealPlayer 10 only comes in a .bin package, so that's what I have to work with06:28
Ash-Foxrebelfallen, you could use CC: or BCC: fields, I forget which one hides the e-mails.06:28
jon_What would the command be to move the file from one dir to the other?06:28
rebelfallenBCC hides.06:29
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rebelfallenBut I have a list of 750 emails, not sure how to "import" them to a BCC list06:29
shadowpandais there someone who can expalin the differences between regular gnome and ubuntu?06:30
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jon_What would the command be to move the file from one dir to the other?06:30
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Ash-Foxrebelfallen, in thunderbird I would shove all these e-mail addresses under one group, and BCC that group.06:30
cArNaGe``so who's running xp on fserve?06:30
shadowpandajon_: mv06:30
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jon_ty06:30
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asdxhi, i need help, i'm running ubuntu 32 bit version on a athlon 64, i installed the nvidia drivers but X gives me a black screen06:31
polpakjon_:  http://www.wtlug.org/story.php/view/54/06:31
narfmastershadowpanda, Gnome is a desktop environment and Ubuntu is a distro06:31
shadowpandanarfmaster: what does that mean06:31
asdxwith the nv driver works fine06:32
stephan__anyone know what udev is...and how to use it06:32
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jon_Ty.06:32
narfmastershadowpanda, Gnome is just a part of the larger Linux whole and Ubuntu is a way to package it06:32
stephan__im trying to get this to work : Bus 005 Device 010: ID 041e:4137 Creative Technology, Ltd06:32
shadowpandanarfmaster: so Gnome has more abilities06:33
shadowpanda?06:33
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narfmastershadowpanda, Gnome is kind of like Aqua in Mac OS06:33
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iamcitizeni have a problem. when I try to run "startx" it tries to load it, but then it comes back and says "could not open default cursor font 'cursor'06:34
shadowpandanarfmaster: never used Mac, ive used an apple 2GS though06:34
CapitalTHi everyone06:34
shadowpandahello06:34
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Evilscientisthey does anyone know anything about xubuntu here?06:35
CapitalTIf ubuntu installer is based on debian installer, how come it can't find my cdrom and harddisk while debian can?06:35
Evilscientistyour computer is on crack? :)06:35
stephan__im trying to get this to work : Bus 005 Device 010: ID 041e:4137 Creative Technology, Ltd06:35
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shadowpandanarfmaster: that was a joke btew06:36
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shadowpandabtw06:36
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narfmasteroh okay :)06:36
f3iaMust say, Ubuntu is the sexiest distro I've used06:36
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f3ia:-D06:36
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jesse_whats the command to restart alsamixer?06:37
shadowpandanarfmaster: ill wiki aqua06:37
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Evilscientistso is there a way to use winxp to access xubuntu desktop remotely?06:37
CapitalTAny dev here?06:37
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kaotEvilscientist: supposedly nxserver can do it06:37
kaotEvilscientist: I've got it installed but haven't had a chance to play with it yet06:38
f3iaThat's on Knoppix, I believe06:38
kaot(by "haven't had a chance" I mean "I'm too lazy")06:38
Evilscientistnxserver is?06:38
f3iaIndeed06:38
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f3iaI have 5.0.2 though06:38
shadowpandanarfmaster: so ubuntu is like a flashyer more graphical version?06:38
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kaothttp://www.nomachine.com I believe is where I dl'd it from06:38
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jon_How do I go about setting up a shell?06:39
asdxsomeone using ubuntu 6.06 (32 bit) on a athlon 64 with nvidia?06:39
narfmastershadowpanda, Ubuntu is an entirely packaged derivative of Linux06:39
f3iaSetting up a shell?06:39
kaotjon_: rephrase that?06:39
lepinecould anyone help me out with ubuntu + intel 82801 + sata drive please ?06:39
jon_Like to create a shell, I dunno how.06:39
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edanhi all06:39
f3iauseradd "user"06:39
f3iapasswd "user"06:39
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shadowpandanerfmaster: in Laymen's terms please06:39
f3iaBut change the home directory and stuff06:39
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edanI have a friend who has a question regarding CVS/Subversion06:40
tgaEvilscientist, VNC06:40
narfmastershadowpanda, Ubuntu is the most popular brand of Linux right now :)06:40
edan"I'm wondering if there's a system which adds version control to the standard windows filesystem, so applications don't have to specifically support the particular version control software."06:40
CapitalTAny dev here?06:40
jesse_stupid telemarketers....06:40
kakalto!tell me about mysql06:40
Hexidigital!mysql06:40
ubotulamp is a shortcut for Linux-Apache-Mysql-{PHP,Perl,Python}. To setup a LAMP server on Ubuntu, install the packages libapache2-mod-php5, php5-mysql, and mysql-server-5.0. You can also choose 'install a LAMP server' from the server install cd boot menu. See also https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP06:40
tgaedan, apps don't really have to support version control, unless you're doing it on binary formats06:40
edanI realise this isn't a windows chan but this sort of thing is more relevent to Linux users than Windows it seems06:41
shadowpandaOh ok, i guess that answers my question then06:41
Evilscientistthis looks like you have to be running an nx server to use it.06:41
shadowpandabecause i was thinking of switiching to gnome06:41
tgaedan, #ubuntu-offtopic or something06:41
edanah ok06:41
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edancheers06:41
jesse_whats the command to restart alsamixer?06:41
narfmastershadowpanda, you don't need Ubuntu to switch to Gnome06:41
shadowpandai know06:41
edanI myself have a question tho. far simpler06:41
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f3iakillall alsamixer06:41
f3iaalsamixer06:42
shadowpandai was saying, reformat my computer and install gnome06:42
f3ia+ &06:42
edanhow do I change the behaviour of the ALT key?06:42
f3ialol06:42
Hexidigitaljesse_:: /etc/init.d/alsa restart06:42
edanneed to be using Maya and that requires the ALT key06:42
jesse_Hexidigital: thank you06:42
tgaEvilscientist, I know Gnome has VNC built in so you can share your X session. normally the VNC server starts its own X session06:42
Hexidigitaljesse_:: np06:42
kaotedan: tehre's #svn too, that's the subversion channel i believe06:42
edanoh right. thanks!06:42
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asdxedan: System - Preferences - Keyboard Shortcuts06:42
VoXif i want a permanent dapper install, do i want the server iso or the desktop iso?06:43
f3iaDesktop if you are using a desktop06:43
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edanasdx, nah. the ALT standard shortcut isn't there06:43
edanalready looked06:43
jesse_ffs still have no sound06:44
lepinecan no one help on a sata installation issue?06:44
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stephan__how do i use udev06:45
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CapitalTIf ubuntu installer is based on debian installer, how come it can't find my cdrom and harddisk while debian can?06:45
narfmasterCapitalT, they're not the same installer06:46
kakaltoto install mysql all by itself, without php, etc, would it just be 'sudo apt-get install mysql'?06:47
lepinenarfmaster: does the ubuntu installer support sata out of the box?06:47
CapitalTbut it is based on it, the same code with modifications06:47
Hexidigitalkakalto:: mysql-server06:47
narfmasterCapitalT, Ubuntu is based on Debian Sid06:47
kakaltoHexidigital: cheers06:48
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CapitalTthat means it should be able to do more, not less06:48
Hexidigitalkakalto:: if i remember correctly06:48
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lepinemy disk isn't being recognized, reasons unknown06:48
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narfmasterlepine, no idea (i use IDE)06:48
kakaltoHexidigital: you do remember correctly.06:48
tgahey, my Beagle search doesn't return any results.. any idea what could be wrong?06:48
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Hexidigitalkakalto:: :) i have a good memory, but it's short06:48
kakaltoHexidigital: =)06:48
kakaltothanks.06:48
Hexidigitalnp06:49
lalahello.06:49
lalai have some questions about ubuntu.06:49
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Hexidigitalask away06:49
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narfmasteranyway, Dapper uses Ubiquity for installing, not Debian's installer06:49
tgaaddict06:49
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jesse_hey my sound has stopped working, songs in rythem box just don't play they just sit on 0:00 and there are no sounds in other apps06:50
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lalai have a new 'hp media center pc' good pc good peformance computer: AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual, CPU: 4200+, 2.2 GHz x2, 1.00 GB RAM (~ 1000 mhz i bus), rt, fjrrkontroll och latjolajban06:51
lala[04:50:46]  <llaa_> typ r06:51
lalaradoen x130006:51
lala256 mb06:51
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lalatv card, radio card, remote controll. very fansy.06:51
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lalamy wondering is the drivers.06:51
mitrovarris a network connection mandatory to install ubuntu?  I have a network device that doesn't work in the installer (only works on a fully installed machine)06:51
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narfmastermitrovarr, network is only necessary if the disc doesn't have what you want already06:52
narfmasterlike if you want the latest stable version of Gnome, for example06:53
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mitrovarris it going to skip a lot of packages if I install without one?06:53
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isthisnicktakenCan someone please tell me how to have the system do a "sudo modprobe ndiswrapper" on boot06:53
lalaso, about my driver issue do you guys think my computer is fully compatible with linux?06:53
narfmastermitrovarr, you may not find what you want06:53
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lalamaybe difficulties with the hot swap drive in the front of the computer?06:53
tgaisthisnicktaken, edit /etc/modules06:53
mitrovarrhmm, I'll try manually loading the module I need from a disk then06:53
narfmasterlala, that an ATI card?06:54
mitrovarrit's a usb network device that requires asix.ko06:54
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lalanarfmaster: yes, ati radeon x1300.06:54
narfmasterATIs can be a bit of a pain in Linux06:54
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lalayes, im thinking of calling the HP support, maybe they now about the drivers?06:54
nominare nvidia drivers on linux better than ATI drivers on linux?06:55
YRMed85Good evening, My name is Yuriy, can anyone help me with propertly installing ATI driver for my graphics card?06:55
narfmasterlala, try out the desktop disc and make sure it works first06:55
lalai also now their is a list of drivers on some website where you can look up your network card or whatever and lookup the compability with drivers for linux.06:55
mitrovarrheh... this is a nasty install.  I'm trying to put Xubuntu on a old K6-333 laptop with only 64 mb of ram.  It doesn't even have an integrated network card :-(06:55
narfmastermitrovarr, safe mode text install :)06:55
lalamiteyMite: go for slackware with that computer.06:56
lala:)06:56
cdubyaI'm trying to find out what is chewing up all the disk space on a machine that's running mysql, apache2, php4 and postfix......is there a quick way to show what dirs are chewing up how much of the disk without going through something archaic?06:56
lalamiteyMite: easy & fast to install.06:56
jorgeuthe best way i found to solve the module loading problem was installing it and running dpkg-reconfigure linux-image-generic-2.6.15-25-i386. That will regenerate the initrd file including your new driver06:56
mitrovarrnarfmaster:  That's the plan!  Unfortunately the driver for the usb network device I use isn't in the installer... so I'm kind of at a loss at what to do.  I tried pulling the module from a working ubuntu install, but it failed on insmod.06:56
VoXnomin: my god yes06:56
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YRMed85Anyone...please?06:57
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narfmastermitrovarr, you might try DSL or Zenwalk (or Slackware)06:57
mitrovarrnarfmaster: nevermind it worked now, it just had to load more stuff before it could understand the module06:57
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narfmastercool06:57
mitrovarrnarfmaster:  It wanted usb-core I think06:57
nominVoX: does the manufacurer of the video card usually make the linux drivers?06:58
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mitrovarrnarfmaster:  DSL is the next thing to try if this is too slow, but DSL doesn't have this driver either and I really don't want to have to find out what is necessary to compile modules on such a strange version06:58
DarkLegacyHey guys06:58
DarkLegacyI need some help dealing with Ubuntu06:58
narfmastermitrovarr, yes Ubuntu does have a lot of drivers06:58
lalaso about my new computer i will backup all the warez and reformat with cfdisk add a swap and a big fat ext3. and then install the ubuntu-6.06-desktop-amd64.iso ... and hoping that all the drivers are installed properly.06:58
DarkLegacyI have a 420GB system, partitioned into 5 NTFS drives. I want to use the last drive (G:) and repartition it into two more drives, G and H:.06:59
DarkLegacyI want to then install Ubuntu on H:.06:59
DarkLegacyHow would I go about doing that?06:59
mitrovarrnarfmaster:  I imagine Asix is probably common for most installed distros, but apparently not livecds.  Not any of them (which made backing up this system a pain).06:59
edanah. I found where to change th eALT behaviour. cool06:59
Evilscientistso no other suggestions for remote access of xubuntu-desktop from winxp huh?06:59
mitrovarrDarkLegacy:  What's your physical configuration?  How many physical drives?06:59
chapiumEvilscientist: what?07:00
DarkLegacyTwo physical drives in RAID-0 making up 320 GB and one 120 GB drive07:00
edanEvilscientist, : VNC? heh07:00
chapiumEvilscientist: vnc07:00
lalaEvilscientist: add a shell? remote conncet with ssh with putty: www.google.com : putty.07:00
edansnap07:00
narfmasterDarkLegacy, you might want to read up on Grub07:00
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Evilscientistvnc waht?07:00
edanuse VNC07:00
mitrovarrDarkLegacy:  And G: is which partition on which drive?07:00
lalause PUTTY.07:00
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DarkLegacyG: is the 120GB drive.07:00
DarkLegacyThe entire drive is one partition07:00
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DarkLegacyI want to resize it into two07:00
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mitrovarrDarkLegacy:  Anything on it you wanna keep?07:01
DarkLegacyIt's got data on it though07:01
Evilscientistlala...already working through putty....was looking to see if there was a graphical interface to play with07:01
chapiumEvilscientist: or if you are sadistic you can load sygwin and use X forwarding07:01
edanget the GParted live CD07:01
DarkLegacy100GB out of 111GB are used on the drive07:01
chapiumEvilscientist: thats Cygwin07:01
DarkLegacyIt's all movies though07:01
Evilscientistwhy 'sadistic on cygwin?07:01
mitrovarrDarkLegacy:  Hmm... resizing live partitions isn't really my specialty07:01
edanDarkLegacy,: the GParted live CD works the same way Partition Magic on Windows does07:02
DarkLegacyPartition Magic would work for resizing it into two?07:02
Evilscientistrepartition = fdisk on command line...wouldn't it?07:02
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mitrovarrDarkLegacy:  You probably will want more than 11 gb free space though.  I doubt gparted will even let you resize a partition so close to full.07:02
edanyou'd resize the partition to create free space and then create a new partition, yeah07:02
DarkLegacyI've got 15GB left on it07:02
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DarkLegacyBut I'm planning to delete old movies/put them on DVD07:03
DarkLegacyIt would just take ALOT of dvds for me to do that.07:03
mitrovarrDarkLegacy:  One axiom that is always repeated is 'scan and defragment first'.  It is essential to preventing data loss.07:03
edanI reckon 15GB would be enough but might be very slow07:03
DarkLegacyDid that already07:03
DarkLegacyIt's not fragmented at all07:03
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DarkLegacyIt would take me 22 DVDs to completely write G:07:03
narfmasteronly 22?07:03
DarkLegacyYes.07:04
mitrovarrDarkLegacy:  I don't know if it's true anymore, but I know with the old partition resizers, there was always some risk07:04
Evilscientistor 11 dual layer... :O07:04
DarkLegacy11 Dual Layer disks07:04
mitrovarrnarfmaster:  Sure, 22.  20x5gb ~ 100 gb.07:04
nomina dvd only actually stores about 4.4 GB of data07:04
DarkLegacy4.507:04
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Evilscientistso +1 because DVD = 4.73 when formatted07:04
Trishikaholy jesus this irc is huge07:05
DarkLegacyIt stores exactly 4,500 MB, so it's actually 4.39 GB07:05
mitrovarr15 gb is a little claustrophobic.  You might want to clear out at least 30 gb or something.  It'll be hard to install any decent games on there, or a lot of programs.07:05
DarkLegacyEr, I guess he's right07:05
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DarkLegacy4.4 GB.07:05
mitrovarrMine all say 4.7 gb07:05
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Evilscientistdepends on the file system I suppose07:05
DarkLegacyThat still makes it 22 DVDs07:05
Trishikahey guys07:05
Trishikai have kubuntu installed07:05
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mitrovarrwhich I imagine is using 1000.  1024 probably grinds it down to 4.3-4.407:05
Trishikaand im installing pclinuxos next to it07:05
DarkLegacyYeah, with 1024 it grinds down to 4.3907:06
Trishikabut im not sure about the bootloader07:06
nominDarkLegacy: I backed up a lot of videos, but not all.  this made things easier for me.07:06
DarkLegacyWhich rounded up is 4.407:06
Trishikashould i overwrite grub with lilo or should i leave it be and instead boot into ubuntu and redo grub?07:06
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DarkLegacyI've got approximately 142 videos on G:07:06
DarkLegacyAll of them are 700MB07:06
mitrovarrheh... perfect CD size07:06
narfmasterTrishika, i would overwrite grub with lilo but that can get tricky in the future07:06
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DarkLegacySure, 142 CDs07:06
DarkLegacylmao07:06
Trishikathanks07:07
mitrovarrTrishika:  You can always make a little boot partition for one OS and have the other's bootloader point there.07:07
DarkLegacyHow much do BluRays cost?07:07
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DarkLegacyI mean those hold like 50GB right07:07
mitrovarrtoo much07:07
asdxis there a kernel without SMP?07:07
mitrovarrI think it's only 15 or 30 now.  Not 50 yet.07:07
narfmasterasdx, the server kernel IIRC07:07
asdxnvidia hangs X and i need that driver...07:08
DarkLegacy30 GB?07:08
mitrovarrTrishika:  On my main computer, I have the windows xp bootloader send me into a boot partition that ubuntu manages.  That used to be the typical way to dual-boot before the bootloaders got more capable with handling XP.07:08
DarkLegacyHow about crystal optics discs?07:08
DarkLegacyThose hold like 50 - 100 GB right07:08
mitrovarrholographic?07:08
DarkLegacyYes07:08
mitrovarryeah, some ludicrous amount, but they're not available yet07:08
DarkLegacyI see07:08
mitrovarrwiki has a good article07:08
narfmasterHDDVD will hold about 20 or 30 GBs07:08
DarkLegacyWell the technology for a hard drive holding 975 TB was developed07:09
mitrovarrjeez07:09
mitrovarreven the most emule-happy user will be satisfied with that07:09
DarkLegacyMeh, it's all of the warez fault07:09
mitrovarrthat might even be enough to hold the entire internet07:09
DarkLegacyIf I didn't have so much crap I'd never have space problems07:09
DarkLegacyand yes, 975 should be enough for the entire internet07:09
DarkLegacyBut alas, as there's more room, you spread out more07:10
DarkLegacyNo more file compression, ever07:10
chapiumDarkLegacy: maybe you need a tape drive07:10
DarkLegacyDatabases 30GB in size each07:10
mitrovarrkinda like the old joke about there being gate's correlary to moore's law; every 12 months, the speed of software halves.07:10
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DarkLegacyHah, that's kind of true07:10
DarkLegacyEvery year, technology doubles and software speed halves07:10
mitrovarroops07:10
mitrovarrit's 18 months07:10
mitrovarrmy bad07:10
narfmasterevery year you add another virtual layer too07:11
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narfmasterpretty soon, we'll be running python in VMware :p07:11
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jesse_anyone have any tips on getting my sound to work i really don't want to have to restart ubuntu to get it back07:11
xarqwhen I run a thin client with ubuntu which has a flash drive, what is the flash drive used for?  is it to store a ROM for the BIOS, or to save personal info?  I'm new to thin clients07:11
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tach00does anyone know what directory desktop backgrounds are in?07:12
chapiumjesse_: you might want to look into modprobe. I'd explain more, but i'm not too knowledgeable with it07:12
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nominjesse_: maybe killing artsd or esd will do it.07:12
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chapiumjesse_: insmod too07:13
jesse_k07:13
jesse_i tryed esd07:13
ink|workis there still a unbuntu live cd?07:13
narfmasterxarq, i think you can pretty much replace a hard drive with flash drives nowadays07:13
ink|worki know there used to be, but i couldn't find a link to it on the site07:13
jesse_ink|work: yes it connected with the install ced07:13
chapiumink|work: you mean ubuntu?  the desktop cd is the live cd07:13
jesse_cd*07:13
nominjesse_: when my sound goes on mandriva, I kill esd and then open up a video or audio file and then it works.07:13
DarkLegacyApparently, fate has a sense of humour as I have EXACTLY 22 DVD-Rs in my stack left.07:13
chapiumink|work: they simplified things a bit07:14
nomin*artsd07:14
narfmasterDarkLegacy, you better buy some more :)07:14
mitrovarrI'm gonna guess that your other giant hard drive is full and that's why you don't just copy the stuff over.  Am I right?07:14
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tach00does anyone know what directory desktop backgrounds are in?07:14
DarkLegacyYes :(07:14
chapiumtach00: /usr/share/backgrounds i think07:14
ink|workjesse_: ah, so just download the install cd?  is there anything special i need to do when booting off of it?07:14
jesse_nope none of those worked07:14
RaCarteri can't get setfacl to work...07:14
jesse_nope07:14
tach00thanks07:14
mitrovarrdear god man you have half a terabyte!07:15
chapiumtach00: might be some variation of that07:15
ink|workawesome, thanks!07:15
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jesse_ink|work: just download it then put it in then on the desktop to install theres an icon to click on when your ready07:15
DarkLegacyI've got 75GB of space left in all four partitions combined07:15
DarkLegacyEach drive with 20GB or so left respectfully07:15
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mitrovarreh, who am I to talk.  I have a 160 and a 40 and both are nearly full07:15
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DarkLegacyD: has 600MB left over07:15
jesse_ink|work: though the live cd seems to use alot more memory then the other versions07:15
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DarkLegacyWell, my partitions are basically folders07:15
DarkLegacyC: (Windows)07:15
DarkLegacyD: (Installed Games)07:16
ink|workjesse_: well, i won't actually be installing - i just need some emacs functionality that doesn't work in windows07:16
DarkLegacyE: (Packed Games/Cd Images/Downloaded)07:16
mitrovarrjesse_:  That's typical of livecds, since they can't depend on swap files and CD loading is slow, they often use lots of ram07:16
ink|work(this is my work laptop we're talking about - which runs xp)07:16
narfmasterink|work, the DVD can do all of the above :)07:16
DarkLegacyF: (Warez/Software/Etc)07:16
DarkLegacyG: (Movies)07:16
ink|workdoes the live cd come with emacs?07:16
mitrovarrdarklegacy:  I have more drive letters than you :-D07:16
nominDarkLegacy: with that much data it might actually be worth it to spend the time backing it up on DVD's.07:16
DarkLegacyI go up to J.07:16
chapiumDarkLegacy: dont pirate, it upsets your mojo07:17
DarkLegacyNo way07:17
DarkLegacylol07:17
Evilscientistokay guys....who has the bigger HARD drive  O  8)07:17
DarkLegacyH - J are removeable media however07:17
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DarkLegacyI should get more drives :\07:17
mitrovarrdarklegacy:  C: - windows D: - windows restore partition E - DVD-r F- CDR G: - Win98 H: - games and large files I: - linux partition (I have windows drivers to access it) J: - truecrypt partition and finally K: - flash drive (if mounted)07:17
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DarkLegacyI've still got 4 slots left for drives in my tower07:17
jesse_mitrovarr: yeah but 5.10 live cd didn't use as much as the 6.06 but then i guess its got a stack more features07:18
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chapiumDarkLegacy: sounds like you aren't trying hard enough then07:18
DarkLegacylol07:18
DarkLegacyI know07:18
DarkLegacyI should get 4 500GB drives and raid them07:18
mitrovarrjesse_:  You wanna see a ram eater, try the knoppix DVD versions.  Extra points if you can use 'toram'07:18
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DarkLegacy'07:18
dragonhi07:18
chapiumDarkLegacy: bah, use raid to get extra ide's07:18
DarkLegacy'toram' is insanity07:18
mitrovarron a DVD?  Oh yes.07:19
chapiumdragon: howdy07:19
ink|workis there a list of apps that come on the cd?07:19
dragoni need some help with frostwire...07:19
ink|workon the site perhaps?07:19
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narfmasterink|work, there should be a .list file on the download page07:19
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chapiumink|work: i think emacs is in universe, but not base.. i could be mistaken07:19
ink|workhmm07:19
ink|workdamn07:19
DarkLegacyWell07:19
DarkLegacyI guess I'm gonna burn all 22 DVDs07:19
mitrovarrI bet you couldn't even access enough ram with the kernel on the DVD to use 'toram'07:19
DarkLegacyTime to get started07:20
DarkLegacy:)07:20
DarkLegacy4x on the DVD-Rs07:20
DarkLegacy5 minutes per DVD then07:20
mitrovarronly 4x?07:20
DarkLegacyTwo hours07:20
DarkLegacyTwo entire hours of burning07:20
chapiumwah07:20
DarkLegacyPoor burner is gonna be 80C once I'm done07:20
nominOperation Buccaneer  http://www.cybercrime.gov/ob/OBMain.htm07:20
narfmaster4x = 7.5 minutes / DVD actually07:20
chapiumjust format one of those drives, then you'll only have an hour07:20
jesse_mitrovarr: i dought it ive only got one gig though my friend bought a new pc that has 4 gig of ram07:20
nomin"As of October, 2002, 16 defendants have been convicted in the U.S. of felony criminal copyright offenses, including conspiracy to commit those offenses, and 13 defendants have been sentenced to federal prison terms of up to 46 months."07:20
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dragondoes n e 1 know n e thing about limewire/frostwire07:21
mitrovarrjesse_:  I think 4gig is the most a standard kernel can address07:21
Hexidigitallol07:21
DarkLegacyOh, I forgot to mention that it's all open source software07:21
DarkLegacylol07:21
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DarkLegacyMy bad, wares is short for software07:21
Hexidigitala paste about criminal copyright offenses, then a question about frostwire....07:21
chapiumdragon: just tell us what the issue is07:21
dragonok07:21
mitrovarrman, I can't believe they go after pirates and let the spyware writers roam free07:21
brimbleHmmm it's advantageous being a 3rd world cracker, even a US prision has gotta be better than where I live.07:22
DarkLegacySpyware is good for companies07:22
DarkLegacyCompanies hold high places in the government07:22
fyrestrtrpirates, aren't.07:22
chapiumHexidigital: serioulsy07:22
mitrovarrI know WHY they do that, but it's annoying07:22
tvalladonI have a hdd installed in my system (ntfs or fat32 type ata), but I dont see it in dmegs and its not mounting it.. how can I find what it hidden as in the /dev folder?07:22
jesse_mitrovarr: yeah probably but im not going to spend that much on ram07:22
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DarkLegacyI always wished I had like 4 GB or more of ram07:22
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DarkLegacyThis year I'm going to do it :)07:22
chapiumgnite07:22
mitrovarrjesse_:  I wish I could :-(.  I only have 512 on my good computer and 256 on this poor machine.07:22
brimbleDark: Why ?07:22
dragonwen i try to open either of them nothing happens.....the readme says to "place java in its path prior to launching" and neither me or my mate here understand07:22
DarkLegacyBecause then I won't need ram until 200907:23
mitrovarrjesse_: And I'm installing Xubuntu on a poor tiny little 64mb laptop as we speak07:23
DarkLegacyWhen Microsoft Windows Super_resource_hog_2 is released07:23
brimbleI've got 2GB, never ever used more than 1Gb07:23
fyrestrtrtvalladon: its not in dmesg?07:23
tvalladonnope07:23
tvalladonfyrestrtr: nope07:23
KenoticIs there a way I can reset the thumbnails for movies and pics?07:23
fyrestrtrtvalladon: you sure its working properly? and how are you checking it?07:23
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jesse_mitrovarr: doesn't beat the 16mb ram computer i stripped for parts when working at a second hand pc place07:24
brimbleNah I don't mind Puppy Linux, seems to have more in the way of features than DSL07:24
DarkLegacyIs a 25 mb/s read speed good enough for 4x DVD?07:24
tvalladonI can boot xpe and see it07:24
mitrovarrjesse_:  My friend who used to run a cybercafe installed quake 2 on a 48607:24
narfmasterDarkLegacy, plenty07:24
DarkLegacyIs there like a wiki on drive speeds07:24
DarkLegacyBecause I never really understood them07:24
DarkLegacyI just thought the CD drive speeds were megabyte/second07:24
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mitrovarrPuppy linux is kind of rough-edged and has mediocre hardware detection.  I like DSL and slax better.07:24
DarkLegacyand DVD were double of that07:24
chapiumdragon: i'm sure a little googling with help you with the path issue.  I've had some trouble with ecclipse plugins because of the gnu java interpreter.  Try intalling the Sun version07:24
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SurfnKidDarkLegacy, i think 150k/sec was 1x07:25
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narfmasterDarkLegacy, DVD speeds are roughly MB/s07:25
tvalladonfyrestrtr: I can boot xpe (live XP boot disk) and see it07:25
DarkLegacyOh, I see.07:25
DarkLegacyThat works too07:25
DarkLegacy:)07:25
fyrestrtrtvalladon: you don't see it in the hardware manager?07:25
dragonive got the sun version07:25
dragonlol07:25
jesse_mitrovarr: heh classic haven't played quake 2 in ages ive got it on my quake 4 disk though i don't think it would run to good on a 48607:25
DarkLegacyI've got 100 mb/s read on the RAID-0 and 25 mb/s on the IDE because the wiring arrangement is very hectic, and I had to use a 40-pin ATA connector07:25
DarkLegacyFreaking 7900GTXs are enormous07:26
dragonthanx tho07:26
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ShizboomAnyone setup a samba server before?07:26
Trishikaok i installed lilo07:26
mitrovarrjesse_:  Nope.  I believe he had it in a 160x120 window in 16 colors.  It got about 1 fps.07:26
DarkLegacyThe IDE Raid array is on the left side of the mobo, the vid cards are in the center, and the drive is in the center07:26
SurfnKiddo the math, but its on a hardware book, from A+ certification, i cant remember at the moment but 150 i think was the standard read factor07:26
fyrestrtrShizboom: I did, a long time back.07:26
DarkLegacySo I had to wrap the wire around the 7900s to get the IDE RAID07:26
Shizboomif i have samba setup like this:07:26
Shizboom    ![homes] 07:26
Shizboom       comment = Home Directories07:26
DarkLegacyThe other IDE socket is being used by my removeable media07:26
Trishikabut how do i set  it up so taht it uses the correct kernal image?07:26
Shizboomwhat is my share name?07:26
chapiumDarkLegacy: why are you telling us this?07:26
DarkLegacyBecause it's 1 in the morning07:26
fyrestrtrShizboom: homes07:26
DarkLegacyAnd I've got nothing else to do07:26
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thaswiftnessI just dist-upgraded my brothers machine to dapper, and his sound stopped working. I rebuilt the alsa-module with module-assistant and didnt recieve any errors. However when i try to modprobe snd-intel8x0 , i get several errors about unknown symbols07:27
SurfnKidDarkLegacy,  lol07:27
Shizboomso its smb:\\myip\homes?07:27
SurfnKidDarkLegacy,  did you not use an 80pin cable07:27
chapiumDarkLegacy: sleep07:27
DarkLegacyI've also realized that people that use Linux are also much smarter than people in the AIM/Yahoo chatrooms07:27
fyrestrtrShizboom: smb://07:27
DarkLegacyI can't sleep because I slept all day today07:27
Shizboomermmm07:27
mitrovarrhas anyone tried xubuntu on minimal hardware?  (p2, 64mb)  Any idea how well it will work?07:27
DarkLegacyMy 80pin cable is too short07:27
fyrestrtrDarkLegacy: how long did it take you to figure that one?07:27
narfmastermitrovarr, worked fine for me :)07:28
jesse_well im going to restart i can't live with out sound07:28
Shizboomthats not working i dont think fyrestrtr07:28
DarkLegacyNot very long.07:28
tvalladonfyrestrtr: may have found it, afk for a moment while I play with it07:28
robertoWhat can I use to tag m4a files?07:28
robertoEasyTag can't do it07:28
DarkLegacyUpon entering the AIM Chatrooms and being flooded with sex bots, I kind of figured it out pretty darn quick07:28
DarkLegacyIRC was my next choice07:28
DarkLegacyBut some of the IRC rooms were just as bad07:28
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DarkLegacySo Linux room was next choice07:28
fyrestrtrShizboom: use smbclient to browse the machine and see what shares you can find, or use places -> connect to server and browse the samba machine07:28
SurfnKidefnet is bad07:28
SurfnKidthis is stable07:28
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Shizboomi entered this into firefox : smb://192.168.1.143/homes/07:28
DarkLegacyEfnet is for pirate-chat07:29
narfmastermitrovarr, just don't run too many things all at once :)07:29
Shizboomtells me its not availible07:29
chapiumthis is an official support channel, you're just making it hard for the people who are actually trying to solve issues07:29
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fyrestrtrShizboom: ermm, you are not supposed to enter it in firefox.07:29
DarkLegacyFreenode is for linux/open-source/etc07:29
fyrestrtrfirefox doesn't handle smb://07:29
mitrovarrnarfmaster:  I'll try not to.  At least I hope it will be better than using win98 on it (which feels like it should be in a museum).07:29
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DarkLegacyWhat's the chat channel in freenode?07:29
fyrestrtr!offtopic07:29
DarkLegacy#chat?07:29
ubotu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!07:29
Shizboomhmmm07:29
DarkLegacyThanks07:29
Shizboomis smbclient installed with samba?07:29
fyrestrtryes07:30
SasquatchI can't seem to get my wireless card to activate07:30
CodyAnyone have a clue on how to get a Logitech usb microphone to cooperate with skype?07:30
Sasquatchany ideas?07:30
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mitrovarrSasquatch:  You using ndiswrapper or a module?07:30
bruenigndiswrapper07:30
Sasquatchmitrovarr: I honestly don't know07:30
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Sasquatchwhat do you do wtih ndiswrapper?07:30
mitrovarrSasquatch:  So, you just stuck it in and hope it worked?07:30
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Daveyboyhi, what is the linux command for finding the distribution installed07:31
Sasquatchmitrovarr: pretty much, it's a supported chipset07:31
kaotmitrovarr: heck, that's what I did.  It didn't work of course.  Pain ensued.  :\07:31
Shizboomfyrestrtr - its telling me connection failed07:31
mitrovarrSasquatch:  Did it form an interface?07:31
CodyAnyone have a clue on how to get a Logitech usb microphone to cooperate with skype...07:31
SurfnKidndiswrapper is the best tacowrapper ever07:31
Sasquatchmitrovarr: yes07:31
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mitrovarrhmm07:31
balahow to install ubuntu 6 in CLI mode07:31
chapiumDaveyboy: cat /proc/version for kerenel07:31
mitrovarrSasquatch:  Did you try configuring it in the network settings?07:31
balamy graphical installer crashes on Partitioning07:32
Sasquatchmitrovarr: yes, i clicked activate07:32
Sasquatchbut nothing happens07:32
mitrovarrSasquatch:  It doesn't activate?07:32
Sasquatchnope07:32
bruenigSasquatch, this may help, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/Ndiswrapper07:32
kaotSasquatch: lspci | grep -i net07:32
mitrovarrSasquatch:  I mean, it might not necessarily come up, but it should at least become activated.07:32
Sasquatchit doesn't07:32
balahelp me please07:32
kaotSasquatch: if it says "Broadcom" anything, jump out the window.07:32
fyrestrtrDaveyboy: cat /etc/issue07:32
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bruenigbala, have you checked your disk, made sure it is error free?07:32
Sasquatchkaot: it's a prism2 chpi07:32
Sasquatch*chip07:32
fyrestrtrDaveyboy: and if you want to know the kernel, uname -a07:33
fyrestrtrShizboom: you probably aren't giving it the right arguments, where is this samba server you are trying to connect to?07:33
mitrovarrSasquatch:  I've had trouble with the gnome netconfig tools.  Try just saying 'Sudo ifconfig <interface> up07:33
mitrovarrprobably you want sudo ifconfig wlan0 up07:33
aunesI have this wierd grey box that slides down the right side of my screen on occassion. It doesn't last more than a second and its pretty infrequent. Any ideas what could cause it?07:33
mitrovarrand then sudo dhclient wlan007:33
mitrovarrassuming no security07:33
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balahow to check it ya07:34
fyrestrtraunes: that's strange, it does it when?07:34
Sasquatchit says siocsifflags: timer expired07:34
Sasquatch??07:34
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Codyaunes: what type monitor do you use? just curious...07:34
balahow to install in console07:34
mitrovarrwow... I have no idea in that case.07:34
Daveyboywhat is the sudo command for Debian GNU/Linux 3.107:34
kaotSasquatch: hey does iwconfig show anything?07:35
tvalladonfyrestrtr: when I do fdisk -l I get /dev/hda1   *           1        1023     8217243   54  OnTrackDM607:35
balabruenig. how to install in console mode like older ubuntu?07:35
fyrestrtrtvalladon: *blink* never seen that before.07:35
aunesCody: Mag. Doesn't do it on windows07:35
Sasquatchkaot: yea, it shows the card07:35
Sasquatchsays NOT READY!07:35
bruenigbala, download the server edition and when it boots up and you get logged in and the command prompt, just type 'sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop'07:35
Sasquatchin all caps at the top07:35
aunesfyrestrtr: I can't place it with any specific occurance07:35
tvalladonfyrestrtr: OnTrackDM6? is that a support partition type??07:35
Sasquatchand then lists the card spexs07:35
mitrovarrSasquatch:  Did you get that message when you tried to 'ifconfig interface up'07:36
kaotSasquatch: ya?  Haven't een that.07:36
Sasquatch*specs07:36
mitrovarrsasquatch;  or when you tried to dhclient07:36
Sasquatchmitrovarr: ifconfig07:36
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Trishikaum what image does ubuntu 6.06 use to boot up?07:36
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aunesboot.img ;)07:37
Trishikaim configuring lilo and i have no idea what to put07:37
Trishikabut there is no boot.img07:37
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mitrovarrsasquatch:  I guess I don't know.  If it's a supported chipset, it shouldn't be the kernel or the module.  What is the card's form factor and how is it installed?07:37
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aunesI was actually joking.07:37
balabruenig. how to find what cd i have? one friend gave me07:37
nathalieplop07:37
Geoffrey2one of these days I need to try and get my onboard wireless nic running again.....since sooner or later the owner of the pcmcia card I'm using is going to want it back07:37
Sasquatchit's a Netgear WG51107:37
Sasquatchon my laptop07:37
bruenigbala, do you have high speed internet?07:37
mitrovarrSasquatch:  PCMCIA?07:37
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Sasquatchyup07:37
narfmasterTrishika, vmlinuz-2.6.15-something07:37
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SasquatchPCMCMIA07:38
tvalladonfyrestrtr: grrr.. its got the ontrack disk overlay installed so legacy systems can see the, what is it? over 80 megs or something like that...07:38
fyrestrtrtvalladon: hrmm, you can force mount it if you want.07:38
Trishika/boot/vmlinuz-2.6.15-25-386  -- thats the one i  have right now in there07:38
fyrestrtrthere is some kernel parm you have to pass .... let me look it.07:38
Trishikabut i get a kernal panic07:38
tvalladonfyrestrtr: how do I do that?07:39
balabruenig. no ya07:39
mitrovarrSasquatch:  I don't really have much of an idea since I don't know much about PCMCIA, but you might wanna try swapping slots, checking your BIOS to see if there's any funny settings, trying another PCMCIA device to see if it works (if you have one)07:39
bruenigbala, go here and pick server, download it and then burn it to a disk as an image, put it in the disk drive and restart  http://mirror.cs.umn.edu/ubuntu-releases/6.06/07:39
balabruenig. i have one ubunto 6 cd07:39
Trishikadoes it need everything in the boot folder inorder to boot up?07:39
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Sasquatchmitrovarr: haha, i only have one slot :-P07:39
Sasquatchhmmm07:39
narfmasterTrishika, it needs to know where "root" is07:39
Sasquatchit works on my windows07:39
mitrovarrSasquatch:  Did you load it in hot?07:39
balabruenig. my friend got it from shipit.ubuntu.com07:39
Sasquatchas I am dualbooting..07:39
bruenigbala, probably is impractical then to download it as it is 450 MB07:39
Geoffrey2I managed to get the onboard nic to function....once....shut down computer, came back, it was gone again...could never figure out how to get it up and running again07:39
Sasquatchmitrovarr: nope07:39
VoXdoes the dapper desktop cd have an option to repair an existing install(namely grub)?07:39
mitrovarrSasquatch:  does it work in windows?07:39
Sasquatchi tried both though07:39
Sasquatchmitrovarr: yup07:39
narfmasterTrishika, "root=/dev/hda1" for example07:40
nominTrishika: I have had a similar problem in the past.  I think you just need to point it to the partition07:40
balabruenig. is there any other way to install it from my cd itself?07:40
mitrovarrsasquatch:  Guess it's not any of that, then.  I think you need more expertise to fix this problem than I can contribute,s orry.07:40
Trishikawait is taht solutiojn for grub or lili>?07:40
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Trishikalilo*07:40
fyrestrtrtvalladon: add hda=remap63 to the boot line in the grub config file, reboot your machine, and it will show up as FAT16, then mount it read only, and copy the files off of it, or do whatever you want to it. If you just want to delete it, use fdisk, but it is set to bootable (afaics)07:40
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narfmasterTrishika, i was pointing out a kernel option07:41
fyrestrtrVoX: yes07:41
bruenigbala, that same problem occurred with my machine, it would stall on partition but unless you can download an image yourself, probably out of luck07:41
tvalladonfyrestrtr: thank you very much, I will give that a try, have a nice night :D07:41
VoXfyrestrtr: awesome07:41
mitrovarrSasquatch:  You could find the driver project and see if they have any newer versions you might compile.07:41
bruenigbala, the same .iso that was alleged to be on the shipit cd, worked fine07:41
fyrestrtr!grub > VoX07:41
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Trishikawhen i do that, it says syntax error, this is what i have in there currently  -----  root=/dev/hda1/boot/vmlinuz-2.6.15-25-38607:42
__mikemNow that was uncalled for07:42
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balabruenig. ya. i have the shipit cd only.07:42
narfmasterTrishika, no you would put kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.15-25-386 root=/dev/hda#07:42
Sasquatchmitrovarr: oh yea, that was my other question, how do you compile drivers?07:43
Trishikaok07:43
nominTrishika:  I had that problem when I first set up a triple boot system.  With ubuntu's grub the bootloader was fine, but when I wanted to use mandriva's lilo, that's when I got the kernel panic error.  I found out that all I had to do was point the boot option to the partition that ubuntu was installed on and it worked.07:43
balabruenig. net connection is very slow. cant download. it will take 2 days07:43
narfmasterTrishika, the file might actually be /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.15-23-38607:43
nominTrishika: I didn't have to include the kernel image in it.07:43
Trishikai get an error that says duplicate entry root07:43
narfmasteror something like that07:43
mitrovarrSasquatch:  Well, you need build-essential, gcc equal to whatever compiled your kernel (4.0 I believe with ubuntu 6.06), and the proper kernel headers or kernel sources (depends on the source requirements.)07:44
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bruenigbala, you could order more cds, which will take a month or so. Or you could download the .iso. Personally I would use bittorrent to download the .iso and just download whenever possible until I get it07:44
mitrovarrunfortunately, what each module requires seems to differ.  I have two custom modules on my system (lirc_serial and truecrypt) and setting both up differed substantially from each other.07:44
kaotSasquatch: i've been googling a bit, not seeing anything to indicate this is a driver issue, if that helps.07:44
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mitrovarrfollowing the readme and FAQs/howtos online usually works07:45
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Trishikahow do i  point the boot option to the partition that ubuntu is installed on (hda1)?07:45
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zeraeirohi there07:45
fyrestrtrTrishika: this is lilo or grub?07:45
zeraeiroI followed the how-to to install nvidia drivers but it killed my X server07:46
stephan__i did a chmod 755 and now i have no sound in user.....any ideas07:46
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fyrestrtrstephan__: is you user in the audio group?07:46
Daveyboywhat is the debian equivalent of sudo07:46
lightstarDaveyboy, sudo07:46
narfmastersudo is sudo anywhere :p07:46
Daveyboykewl07:46
nominTrishika: it would be something like "dev/hda1".  And that's it.  I think I still have the file saved.  I'll look for it to see exactly what I had in it.  Right now I boot with ubuntu's grub because I recently redid my whole system.07:46
Trishikaif i leave the field that says kernal image blank it says i have to specify one07:47
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Sasquatchwhat was that ndiswrapper url again?07:47
Sasquatchit looks like i might need to use it07:47
stephan__fyrestrtr; it was working fine tell i did that command07:47
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Trishikait has a filed that says root below it and i set that to hda 107:47
Trishikabut i dont know what to put as kernal image07:48
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fyrestrtr!ndiswrapper > Sasquatch07:48
Trishika:( i hope to get pclinuxos and ubuntu living in harmony07:48
mitrovarrSasquatch:  I really don't think you'll need ndiswrapper if you were able to create an interface successfully07:48
CodyAnyone have a clue on how to get a Logitech usb microphone to cooperate with skype...07:49
tpgterrorIS skype even working here?07:49
tpgterrorif so... how? with WINE or with Skype linux version? 0-o07:50
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CodySkype linux07:50
CodyI'm using the newest beta07:50
nominTrishika: I found it...07:50
Trishikathanks man07:50
shadowpandacan someone tell me what Cedega (WineX) is?07:50
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narfmasterCedega is a forked version of Wine07:51
rob138hi, i am trying to "git" something, don't really know what i am doing, but when i try to git clone something i recieve: /usr/bin/gitfm: fatal error: `chdir' failed: permission denied.07:51
nominother=/dev/hdb3 -- then on the line below I had -- label="linux2"07:51
shadowpandanarfmaster: I see we meet again. What does it do differently than Wine?07:51
staulkorWardo: got it working, just downloaded the alternate disc and did the text install and everything is good, thanks for the help07:51
zeraeiroI followed the how-to to install nvidia drivers but it killed my X server07:51
narfmasterCedega is specially tweaked for gamers07:51
zeraeiroany help?07:51
nominTrishika: that's all I had in lilo.conf for the option to boot into ubuntu and the kernel panic error was gone07:51
shadowpandanarfmaster: is it free?07:52
Trishikaohh im using the wizard in pclos to get it done07:52
narfmastershadowpanda, if you get it through WineCVS it is07:52
Trishikadoes grub tell you what image it uses to boot inot ubuntu?07:52
tpgterrorI got a question, so sound aint possible on Linux if your linux doesnt detect it?07:52
shadowpandanarfmaster: i dont know what that is but how much does it cost normally?07:52
Codyrob138: are you in a console?07:52
narfmastershadowpanda, $5 a month07:53
rob138Cody, yes07:53
shadowpandanarfmaster: dammn it07:53
shadowpandanarfmaster: can you help me get around it?07:53
nominTrishika: BTW, I didn't figure that one out by myself.  I did a combination of overrighting each bootloader with the other, and eventually the right combo did it automatically for me.07:53
CodyRob, are you in root?07:53
nomin*overwriting07:53
narfmastershadowpanda, http://winecvs.linux-gamers.net/07:53
Trishika..... will grub detect all my linux distros automatically and config them?07:54
Codyrob138, what is the command you are attempting?07:54
Trishikaand what command do i use in konsole to edit my lilo.conf file?07:54
nominTrishika: yes, grub with ubuntu has been good for me07:54
Trishikaim alread in su mode07:54
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rob138cody, git clone http://people.freedesktop.org/~krh/akamaru.git07:54
Trishikaso grub wont ask any of these questions that lilo does?07:55
Trishikait detected mandriva nd ubuntu when you installed?07:55
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shadowpandanarfmaster: ah yes, I did try to go through this tutorial but i cant install "x-window-system-dev"07:55
nominTrishika: the reason I preferred lilo from mandriva is that mandriva lets me easily get rid of the bootloader.  I haven't found a way to get rid of ubuntu's grub without installing a new bootloader over it.07:55
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Codyrob138, try sudo git clone http://people.freedesktop.org/~krh/akamaru.git07:56
Trishikayea thats what i did, i installed lilo over grub07:56
Trishikaand now ubuntu wont start07:56
Trishikaand i still have another os to put in07:56
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rob138cody, same error07:57
narfmastershadowpanda, did you follow the Debian instructions?07:57
Codyrob138, try su and then try git blah-blah07:57
nominTrishika: I installed windows and mandriva first.  When I installed ubuntu, grub was configured automatically.  It gives me options for just about every partition, which is unnecessary.  I just put a # before the options in grub.conf to keep the bootloader free of uneccesary options.07:57
shadowpandanarfmaster: i followed these instructions http://www.linux-gamers.net/modules/wiwimod/index.php?page=HOWTO+Cedega+CVS&amp;amp;amp;amp;back=HOWTO+INDEX+Wine07:57
rob138cody, too scared to do su07:57
rob138: )07:57
Codydo it...07:58
narfmastershadowpanda, i think they want you to install "xlibs-dev" (x-window-system-dev isn't in the Ubuntu repo)07:58
Trishikaok so grub will detect pclinuxos automatically?07:58
Codyrob138: su and sudo are almost the same thing07:58
nominTrishika: but I don't know what distros grub will recognize.  I guess you'll have to find that out for yourself.  I would be interested in knowing what the outcome is.07:58
Trishikapclinux is mandrake based07:59
tpgterrorhmm i just thinked su was shut up omg ^^07:59
Trishikaok so one more question, how do i reinstall grub onto mr mbr from the live cd?07:59
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Trishikamy*07:59
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shadowpandanerfmaster: what gives you the idea that they want me to install xlibs-dev08:00
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bimberiTrishika: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows08:00
narfmastershadowpanda, just a gut feeling :)08:00
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bsmithhello, i tried to build a 2.6.15 kernel using make-kpkg on an inspiron 6000 laptop08:01
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shadowpandahaha ok08:01
bsmitheh nevermind :p08:01
Lynourebsmith: tried? What happened?08:02
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narfmastershadowpanda, you should try it, it might work08:02
shadowpandaInarfmaster: Im done installing it but im tired, thanks for your help tonight08:02
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Trishikathats what happened to me, i used the wrong image and it tried to load my pclinux os kernal and a bunch of stuff failed08:02
eightiesk!password08:02
ubotuForgot your password? Boot into recovery mode. What's the root password? See !sudo. Don't see *** in password prompts? That's normal. Sudo doesn't ask for your password? It remembers you for several minutes. Please use strong passwords, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/StrongPasswords08:02
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eightiesk!user08:03
ubotuI know nothing about user08:03
staulkorbrb08:03
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Trishika    oh shit i hope this works08:03
narfmasteri installed Dapper in VMware today08:03
Trishikabrb08:03
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shadowpandanarfmaster: Yeah its working now but i dont know what file to download through WineCVS.sh08:04
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narfmasterwhatever you do, don't install from the actual disc, use a disc image on your hard drive :p08:04
eightieski forgot my password and i use kubuntu but it booted to ubuntu... how do i change my password here?08:04
narfmastershadowpanda, the script handles all that stuff for you08:04
mitrovarrtrying to compile cedega, shadowpanda?08:04
shadowpanda narfmaster: under 3. compilation and installation, it asks me to open up the file08:05
technician   FATAL: getpwnam failed to find userid for effective user 'squid'08:05
techniciananyone can guide me on this ?08:05
shadowpandamitrovarr: yes08:05
eightiesk??08:05
Lynoureeightiesk: if you cannot remember any password for account with root or sudo access either, reboot, choose the recovery option from the menu and when you get the root console, do   password yourusername08:05
narfmastershadowpanda, that's weird :/08:06
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mitrovarrshadowpanda:  well, wineCVS.sh is the way, all right.  I got mine working that way (took a long time and I don't remember exactly what I did alas.)08:06
shadowpandanarfmaster: ill work on it tomarrow, its 11:00 PM08:06
mitrovarrshadowpanda:  I have yet to have it actually work a game successfully, so I don't know if it was really worth the effort.08:06
eightieskLynoure: it didn't work08:06
Lynoureeightiesk: how? details please?08:07
shadowpandamitrovarr: kids my age shouldnt have to go though this!08:07
eightieskoot@eightiesk-kubuntu:~# password eightiesk08:07
eightieskbash: password: command not found08:07
unstablesobeightiesk, is passwd08:07
unstablesob*its08:07
mheathshadowpanda, go through what? :P08:07
mitrovarrshadowpanda:  I know how it is... I hate having to constantly boot back and forth from linux to windows.  At least check to make sure your games are supposed to work before you put all the effort into compiling cedega.08:08
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eightieski dunno its password08:08
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shadowpandamhealth: command prompt things, i have been working with linux all day08:08
Lynoureeightiesk: sorry, a morning typo, meant   passwd08:08
balabruenig thanks ya. i download it and check.08:08
unstablesobeightiesk, the command is called 'passwd' not 'password'08:08
shadowpandamitrovarr: is there a list?08:08
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asdxhi i'm running ubuntu on a athlon 64 system and i get a black screen with nvidia driver08:09
asdxhow can i fix that08:09
mitrovarrshadowpanda:  Sort of.  It's not so good as the winedb.  Here you go.  http://transgaming.org/gamesdb/08:09
techniciananyone good in squid ?08:09
techniciancan anyone help me ?08:09
shadowpandamitrovarr: yeah I saw this list08:09
mheathshadowpanda, no ones forcing you too. If your a 'kid' that shouldn't 'have to spend your time' doing this, don't. Go play in your backyard :)08:09
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shadowpandahaha im not that young08:10
shadowpandawell g'night folks08:10
mitrovarrshadowpanda:  However not all that stuff will work with compiled cedega (because it doesn't emulate copy protection.)  Be warned.08:10
cliffdhey guys, is there a way to do an install that asks more questions about the setup?08:10
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KingLearHello08:11
J-_Can Tripwire run on Ubuntu?08:11
KingLearHow do I upgrade to Dapper Drake from Breezy?08:11
dead|shellevening08:11
fyrestrtr!upgrade > KingLear08:11
narfmasteri don't know if it works but tripwire is in the repos08:11
J-_if it's in the repo'08:12
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J-_s08:12
J-_it must08:12
Dragonfyre13Hey guys.08:12
J-_gonna try it out :D08:12
KingLearI did insert the Dapper CD into the drive, and ran synaptic , but couldnt succeed in upgrading08:12
fyrestrtrKingLear: read the url ubotu sent you08:12
mitrovarrKingLear:  You don't need a CD to upgrade.  Are you trying to do it offline?08:12
KingLearOkay fyrestrtr08:12
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Dragonfyre13Hey, another guy that spells it Fyre.08:13
KingLearYes mitrovarr  , considering that I do have the CD08:13
KingLearavailable,08:13
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KingLearand that it is the time saving option available to me,08:13
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ceruleantigerwhen I enter some commands into my .Xsession, sometimes they don't launch. For example, I'll do kompose &, kopete &, ktorrent &, and amule & (in that order), but amule never loads, and sometimes ktorrent doesn't either08:14
ceruleantigeris there some sort of log somewhere to look at?08:14
Dragonfyre13You did click reload, and make sure that the CD repo was active first right?08:15
Dragonfyre13sry, that was at kinglear08:15
kaotceruleantiger: ~/.xsession-errors, maybe08:15
KingLearyes Dragonfyre1308:15
Dragonfyre13Just wanted to make sure.08:15
KingLearYou know  I was successful the same way when I upgraded to BReezy,08:16
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KingLearbut last night I somehow forgot the " proper " method,08:16
KingLearLaughs Out Loud08:16
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Dragonfyre13try dropping to the CLI and typing apt-get update and then apt-get upgrade08:17
Dragonfyre13Maybe it errors for some reason.08:17
narfmasterapt-get dist-upgrade08:17
Dragonfyre13ah. sorry.08:17
Dragonfyre13do we have  a bot here at all?08:18
mitrovarrubotu, yeah08:18
ubotuI know nothing about yeah08:18
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fyrestrtr!ubotu08:18
ubotuI am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbotuUsage08:18
ubotufoo08:18
Dragonfyre13ubuto apt-get dist-upgrade08:19
Dragonfyre13ubuto, apt-get dist-upgrade08:19
Dragonfyre13nothing.08:19
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ceruleantigerok, I have no idea what's wrong... kompose gives like a million errors, but I'm not sure they're critical... kompose starts properly though, and ktorrent and amule doesn't even seem to be starting...08:19
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Dragonfyre13ceruleantiger, can you run them from gnome menu?08:20
synd2Hi. I'm having internet oddities..08:20
KingLearDragonfyre13,  I did that as well in CLI08:20
KingLear:)08:20
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ceruleantigerwhat does X Error: BadDevice, invalid or uninitialized input device 169  Major opcode:  147  Minor opcode:  3  Resource id:  0x0 Failed to open device mean? because that happens like 100 times in my xsession errors08:20
Dragonfyre13Can you pastebin the outpu?08:20
Dragonfyre13Can you pastebin the output?08:20
KingLearI will try again08:20
synd2Firefox is acting weird, connecting fine to some things, and hanging at others08:20
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Dragonfyre13synd2 what exactly?08:20
KingLearand then will be ready to oblige you, Dragonfyre13  , :)08:20
unstablesobceruleantiger, i think that might be from the wacom drivers they enable automatically08:21
Dragonfyre13^_^08:21
synd2Dragonfyre13: Just general browsing08:21
ceruleantigeryeah, everything works if I launch them manually. If I type in amule & in a term, it always launches fine - same with the rest, so I'm wondering if this is a .Xsession quirk or something?08:21
Dragonfyre13hmmm.08:21
ceruleantigerwhat are wacom drivers?!08:21
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Dragonfyre13wacom drivers are drivers for input on a teblet drawing device.08:21
unstablesobceruleantiger, a popular graphics tablet08:21
synd2ceruleantiger: Drives for Wacom tablets08:21
synd2Drivers*08:22
unstablesobceruleantiger, if you're up to it, you can disable them in your xorg.conf to get rid of the errors08:22
Dragonfyre13actually they even work on tabletpcs.08:22
Dragonfyre13That or grab BUM and disable them there.08:22
Dragonfyre13synd2 can you be more specific about the hanging?08:23
ceruleantigermeh, I think I heard about some kind of problem where you couldn't comment them out... in any case, I don't think it's causing any problems so I guess I'll just leave it be08:23
Dragonfyre13ceruleantiger, they crap on my unless I do it in BUM.08:23
Dragonfyre13me*08:23
ceruleantigerany idea why my apps won't launch? If I launch via terminal, they all launch 100% of the time... could it be a timeout thing?08:23
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synd2Dragonfyre13: It just sits there saying "connecting to.."08:23
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ceruleantigerI noticed that when kopete launched and I didn't type anything into kwallet, the rest of the Xsession did not launch after that08:24
Dragonfyre13synd2 try using opera or links and see if it does the same thing. Also, are you on broadband, if so what kind.08:24
synd2Dragonfyre13: I noticed it timing out on things when I apt-get update08:24
Dragonfyre13hmmm.08:25
ceruleantigerplus, ktorrent takes forever to load, so maybe there is a similar timeout problem when launching amule? Does the Xsession file time out?08:25
synd2Dragonfyre13: Then those same things would connect fine a few secs later08:25
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synd2Dragonfyre13: I'm on cable08:25
Dragonfyre13synd2: do you have a router?08:25
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synd2Dragonfyre13: WRT54G08:25
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synd2Dragonfyre13: I tried surfing from a roommate's XP machine and it doesn't hang08:26
Dragonfyre13synd2: cycle the router, and the cable modem.08:26
synd2Dragonfyre13: Did that :)08:26
mitrovarrif the installer stops while installing an item, is there any way to get it to skip it and go on?08:26
synd2mitrovarr: ctrl-C08:26
Dragonfyre13synd2: also, what programs are you running that access the network, internet or otherwise.08:26
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Dragonfyre13mitrovarr what installer?08:27
mitrovarrsynd2:  Thanks!  Although on second examination of the logs, it's going on, it's only the update that's hung :-D08:27
Dragonfyre13brb08:27
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mitrovarrNevermind... it just looked like it was hung, the installer is actually continuing08:27
synd2Dragonfyre13: XMMS is connected to a stream and it's going fine08:27
mitrovarrIt just isn't updating the screen08:27
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synd2Dragonfyre13: And I'm connected to IRC via X-Chat08:27
mitrovarroh and it's xubuntu alternate text installer08:28
narfmastersynd2, are you on static IP?08:28
synd2narfmaster: No, DHCP08:28
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Yando you know a good ftp with ssl ????08:28
newbiemehello! got a terrible problem here.... may friend just execute an fsck in my machine and it seems that the partitions got corrupted... here is the error http://pastebin.ca/81687 is there any way to restore it? :(08:29
narfmasterproftpd08:29
newbiemeany idea?08:29
newbiemereally need your help guys..08:29
xnulldxxx08:29
Dragonfyre13do a few traceroutes to addresses that it is hanging on.08:29
synd2Dragonfyre13: images.apple.com08:29
Yanis easy too install or ???08:29
synd2It was hanging on that earlier08:29
synd2But now it goes thru08:30
synd2:/08:30
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narfmasterYan, proftpd is fairly simple08:30
Yank thk08:30
Yanim try08:30
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narfmastersynd2, it could be the ISP reconfiguring their servers right now08:31
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synd2narfmaster: Ok.08:32
synd2Guess we'll see in the morning08:32
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narfmasteri've seen a lot of weirdness lately on the net08:32
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synd2This is a fresh install of Ubuntu, and I didn't notice it on my normal box (OS X08:32
synd2)08:32
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Dragonfyre13OK, synd2 try this: tracepath images.apple.com/8008:34
brutopiacan I somehow configure my ubuntu so that users connecting through ssh can only execute irssi and screen and they can't browse my /etc and stuff08:35
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Dragonfyre13brutopia create a user for ssh, and mod the permissions for etc to not include them.08:35
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xnulldvery hard08:36
Dragonfyre13brutopia it may take some work, but just create a user that has no access to anything other than what screen and irssi need.08:36
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dead|shellnewbieme, http://www.ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-8106.html08:36
Yanstart the proftpd what is a file ????08:36
brutopiaI think setting permissions on those folders may break something on my system08:37
brutopiacan I use chroot for that08:37
narfmasterYan, /etc/init.d/proftpd08:37
Trishikawhen i try to boot into ubuntu from grub, i get an error that says " couldnt load lib modules 2.6.12-oci6.mdk-i58608:37
Dragonfyre13depending on how you do it.08:37
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Trishikafrom LILO*08:37
newbiemethanks dead|shell08:37
brutopiaDragonfyre13: is there some other way than denying access from 'other'08:38
Dragonfyre13Trishika why did you load a mandrake package? Anyway, it's saying it can't load the oci module into the kernel.08:38
brutopiaand setting myself in group which has access08:38
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dead|shellnewbieme, not sure if thats enough info though :(08:38
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Trishikaok how do i set lilo so it loads the image needed to start up ubuntu? ubuntu is located on hda108:38
Dragonfyre13brutopia, chroot them into a directory, and put irssi and screen installed in there is a best case scenario, but if not, just set permissions to what you can. Or, you could always tell us what you are trying to accomplish, and we could try to figure out a better way to get there.08:39
Yanis not finctionnel in the platform08:39
power1Hey all, I have just installed a "Creative Labs SB Audigy LS" in my system to replace an old SB Live, I have got sound working, but olnly the "analog front" slider changes the volume, there is no sound in games like quake3 and quake4 and I cannot change the volume using mplayer or xmms. Can someone help with this?08:40
Yanfonctionnel ***08:40
Trishikafunctional?08:40
narfmasterTrishika, image = /boot/vmlinux08:40
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DaveyJwhats a good/easy mp3 encoder for ubuntu?08:40
DaveyJdrag and drop preferably08:40
Dragonfyre13audacity.08:40
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Trishikaok thanks08:40
DaveyJaudacity is frozen :( lol08:40
YanCa does not function in the plateform08:40
DaveyJand i dont wnana look for the rest of the processes08:41
Dragonfyre13ok, well hang on Daveyj.08:41
Trishikait says syntax error08:41
Dragonfyre13wait, are you ripping from a CD, or reencoding?08:42
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DaveyJjust encoding from wav to mp308:42
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DaveyJdoesnt have to be the best quality08:42
Dragonfyre13OK, hang on.08:42
DaveyJthanks :)08:42
DaveyJi cant even kill the rest of the processes08:42
brutopiaDragonfyre13: I just want to provide screen+irssi access to my friend so that he can't access files anywhere else in my system08:42
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scheurihi all08:43
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narfmasterDaveyJ, you try soundconverter?08:45
Dragonfyre13Yep, just about to suggest that.08:45
YanCan does not function in the plateform ??? Proftpd08:45
DaveyJnope :) i will now08:45
narfmasterYan, you might want to try using gproftpd to get set up08:46
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Dragonfyre13brutopia, create a chrooted enviromnment where he can log in to access those tools. Just install them via apt-get to make everything kosher.08:48
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Dragonfyre13in the chrooted env of course.08:48
devmodemhi, what is the equivalent of debian's ``debian-volatile'' section in ubuntu?08:48
Trishika/boot/vmlinuz-2.6.15-25-386 --tharts the image that lilo hasset as my ubuntu image in the bootloader08:48
Dragonfyre13universe or multiverse.08:48
DaveyJwait why is mp3 disabled by default?08:49
novato_xubuntuhow do i configure my monitor? I mean brand, model... etc..08:49
Dragonfyre13DaveyJ, install win32 codecs.08:49
Tomcat_DaveyJ: Because the MP3 codec is legally questionable to package.08:49
Trishikawhen it starts up i get a kernal panic- not syncing  VFS-unable to mount roofs on unknown block 3,108:49
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DaveyJi thought i already did that08:49
DaveyJmust have been on my old install08:49
DaveyJold ubuntu install*08:49
Dragonfyre13novato_xubuntu, dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg08:50
DaveyJyeah i do have themn installed08:50
DaveyJw32codecs08:50
KingLearDragonfyre13,  thank you for the help and guidance,08:50
KingLearGotta Leave08:50
scheuriDaveyJ: the reason is because of license restriction...and help is provided at help.ubuntu.com08:50
scheuri!restricted08:50
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  -  See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html  -  But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats08:50
KingLearsee ya all again,08:50
KingLearbye08:50
Dragonfyre13Sure KingLear os everything good now?08:50
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Dragonfyre13bye.08:50
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KingLearyeah i forgot to put sudo before the apt-get update command last night08:51
KingLearbye08:51
gr8rahulapt-get install xmms says ... xmms package not available ...08:51
Dragonfyre13besides, oggvorbis has better playback in ubuntu anyway. ^_^08:51
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novato_xubuntuDragonfyre13 yeahp, but when it tryies to detect the monitor, it goes for the generic one..08:51
DaveyJokay i'll use .ogg ;)08:51
gr8rahulwhat to do ??08:51
Dragonfyre13ah. Bye.08:51
scheurigr8rahul: have you enabled the multiverse and universe repositories?08:51
gr8rahulapt-cache search shows the package ..08:51
gr8rahul@scheuri ... yup08:51
narfmasterxmms should be in main08:51
Dragonfyre13BRB guys. Gonna try another IRC client.08:52
K^Holtzim on imdb.com and i wanna view a trailer, is there a plugin i need to install to view wmv videos in firefox? i clicked the plugin button but it said there was nothing08:52
scheurixmms in main? oh okay08:52
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novato_xubuntuhow do i configure my monitor? I mean brand, model... etc..08:52
scheuriK^Holtz: wmv are a pita in linux....try to have a look at !restricted08:52
scheuri!restricted08:52
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  -  See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html  -  But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats08:52
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scheurinovato_xubuntu: well, plut it in and make a "sudo apt-get reconfigure xorg-server"08:53
K^Holtzscheuri: i have read all of those before, i have installed w32codecs and what goes along with it, is there a plugin for firefox or no?08:53
Yangproftpd ask me to run as root08:53
cpsK^Holtz: install mozilla-mplayer08:53
DaveyJi think my sound card is frozen up in general08:53
Yanubunto don't work as root in a platform08:53
narfmasterYan, sudo gproftpd08:53
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scheuriK^Holtz: I'd say...no, there isnt...you have to dl the wmv in order to watch it08:53
Yanyes in a shell08:53
devmodemDaveyJ: see this: http://www.mp3licensing.com/royalty/software.html08:53
Yanme im work in a platform08:53
devmodemDaveyJ: this is why mp3 support is not there08:54
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K^Holtzcps: that will allow me to watch the trailer in firefox?08:54
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DaveyJi understand why :)08:54
DaveyJbut now i cant get anything to work08:54
cpsK^Holtz: yeah08:54
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scheuricps: thanks...didnt know that08:54
Trishikawhat initrd should i set for ubuntu in lilo? my current one is  /boot/initrd-2.6.12-oci6.mdk-i586-up-1GB.img08:54
DaveyJ02:38   0:00 [aud]  <defunct>08:54
DaveyJthats in my processes :(08:54
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novato_xubuntuscheuri: do I have to upgrade that?08:55
novato_xubuntu*update08:55
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DaveyJis there a way to release and restart the sound driver? (audigy2)08:55
scheurinovato_xubuntu: well, actually no...just plug the monitor in and then restart the configuration of x-server ("sudo apt-get reconfigre xorg-server")08:55
K^Holtzfunny, i have to download 8 differnet packages just to view a trailer08:56
nominTrishika: do you have mandriva installed?08:56
scheurinovato_xubuntu: it may just work when plugged in...no need to reconfigure...:)08:56
novato_xubuntuscheuri, and if it doesn't get it... what should I do?08:56
scheurinovato_xubuntu: it will take a standard-driver...which pretty much will work....no worries...I personally never had troubles with screens08:57
DaveyJno?08:57
K^Holtz!mplayer08:57
ubotuNo fonts in mplayer? Install mplayer fonts. Codecs: see !codecs08:57
trjonesDaveyJ: sudo modprobe -r audigy208:57
novato_xubuntuscheuri, yes, but I have a lot of 'flicking'in here...08:57
trjonesassuming your sound card module is called audigy208:57
scheurinovato_xubuntu: well then you should do a REconfigure of xorg-server!08:58
trjonesyou can type 'lsmod' to figure it out08:58
DaveyJi wonder what the module name is called08:58
trjonesthen reload it with 'sudo modprobe audigy2'08:58
novato_xubuntuscheuri, ok thank's  :)08:58
trjoneswhat is the output of 'sudo lsmod' ?08:58
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DaveyJi'm just gunna re-login08:59
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trjonesthat always works :)09:00
DaveyJokay i cant even log out lol09:00
DaveyJgrahhhhh09:00
trjonesctrl+alt+backspace ?09:00
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trjonesdoes anyone have some advice for helping someone who is new to ubuntu/linux? I'm trying to help a friend switch from windows to ubuntu...09:02
__doc__hi, a question. when I press <alt> and then left key and move it moves windows around in my gnome. However, <alt>+<left-click>+<move> is a shortcut gimp uses for some stuff...09:02
__doc__but because that shortcut is intercepted by gnome gimp never sees it09:02
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trjonesyou can change your keyboard shortcuts in Desktop-> Preferences -> Keyboard Shortcuts09:03
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__doc__how do I turn off gnome <alt>+<leftclick>+<move> shortcut?09:03
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__doc__I can't seem to find the specific option for alt+mouse thingy in there?09:04
SurfnKidtrjones, whats up09:04
narfmaster__doc__, that's in "Windows" Preferences09:04
trjoneshi ;)09:04
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SurfnKidyo09:04
DaveyJgotta love a hard restart09:04
SurfnKidwhatcha tryin to do09:05
__doc__narfmaster: Windows preferences?09:05
__doc__ah, preferences -> windows09:05
narfmaster__doc__, System > Preferences > Windows09:05
narfmasterDaveyJ, sudo reboot :)09:05
trjonesi was just looking for some links to sites that might help an ubuntu newbie get off the ground09:05
trjonesmaybe some apps to help get things setup quick and easy09:05
SurfnKidtell him to download the LIVECD09:06
trjonesI found automatix and ran it for him09:06
SurfnKidah09:06
trjonesya, I already helped hime install09:06
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SurfnKidcool09:06
Madpilottrjones, ick - why did you inflict that on a newbie?09:06
SurfnKidhehe09:06
SurfnKidyeah watch out09:06
trjonesreally?09:06
__doc__now funnily my gimp wont folly the instruction, altough it shows the selection movement icon upon pressing <alt>09:06
SurfnKidsometimes the transition from windows to linux can be traumatic09:06
__doc__a-ha09:06
SurfnKidif not handled properly by professionals09:06
trjoneswhat  problems does automatix have?09:06
SurfnKid:P09:06
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AnAnthow can I install Ubuntu via PXE ?09:07
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AnAnt!ubotu pxe09:07
ubotuI know nothing about ubotu pxe09:07
AnAnt!ubotu install09:07
ubotuI know nothing about ubotu install09:07
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SurfnKidAnAnt, try again09:08
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AnAnt!ubotu pxe09:08
ubotuI know nothing about ubotu pxe09:08
Madpilottrjones, automatix uses a number of unsafe scripting practices, and the developer is frankly anti-social & won't take bug reports...09:08
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SurfnKidhehe diff question :P09:08
AnAnt!ubotu network install09:08
ubotuI know nothing about ubotu network install09:08
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AnAnt!ubotu ubuntu install09:09
ubotuI know nothing about ubotu ubuntu install09:09
AnAnt!ubotu help09:09
ubotuI know nothing about ubotu help09:09
narfmaster!syslinux09:09
ubotuI know nothing about syslinux09:09
mc__!install09:09
trjoneshmm, but once it has installed things you can just get rid of it and forget about it since it does everything through apt-get right?09:09
AnAntoh09:09
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/UbiquityKnownIssues09:09
AnAntthx09:09
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mc__np09:09
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DaveyJokay wtf09:10
timhello09:10
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DaveyJwhenever i open audacity and then close it .. it crashes a whole bunch of media programs09:10
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timdid you try the other program yet?09:10
narfmasterrepo version of audacity?09:10
eternalswordhi, i'm using fglrx with a 128MB ati x300  and under fireglcontrol, it only lists 32MB for the card.  How do I change it to utilize all 128MB?09:11
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narfmasteraudacity is actually looking pretty good lately09:12
narfmasterjust not very stable just yet09:12
mattyveternalsword: forgive my possible ignorance but...are you sure the card has 128mb onboard, or is it shared with system ram like many lower end cards09:13
eternalswordI am positive 128MB onboard, no shared.09:13
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dibblegois it possible to create an archive of a directory that is multiple files of a specific size?09:14
mattyveternalsword: ok, im no expert on ati cards but maybe the drivers are too old to support your card properly, i could be completely wrong tho09:14
eternalswordany idea how I would update the drivers?09:15
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eternalswordor a site I could go to explaining that sort of stuff?09:16
cpsdibblego: what do you mean?09:16
dibblegocps, a directory containing many files - I wish to create an archive of it that spans multiple files09:16
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cpsdibblego: I think I know what you mean now09:17
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cpsdibblego: you can use zipsplit09:18
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mattyveternalsword: this seems to be a recent forum thread http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=204910&09:18
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mitrovarrhmm... anyone have any idea what might be a typical horizsync and vertrefresh for a laptop with a resolution of 1024x768?09:19
dibblegothanks09:19
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dibblegocps, what's the extract command for zipsplit?09:19
eternalswordthanks, I'll read through it.09:20
nofx_brits possible to vmware use a mounted iso to install win ?? how to do it in ubuntu?09:20
Tomcat_mitrovarr: Do you even need that for TFTs?09:20
dibblegonoflex, yes, configure the CD-ROM09:20
dibblegopoint the CD-ROM to an ISO09:20
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mitrovarrTomcat:  Apparently, it won't let me set it to 1024x768.09:20
cpsdibblego: for example: zipsplit -n 3600 ZIPFILE09:21
syn-ackWell, since VMWare is a for-profit product, since you presumably paid for said product you have access to support.09:21
Tomcat_syn-ack: vmware has free (beer) products. :o09:21
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cpsdibblego: where ZIPFILE is your existing zip file to be split and the number after -n is how big you want each piece to be in bytes09:21
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narfmastervmplayer has lots of tutorials on the net too :)09:22
mattyveternalsword: there's also this, just had to check it was up to date https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/ATI09:22
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dibblegocps, and zipsplit is to create the zipfiles as well? every time I try it seems to expect the zip file to already exist09:23
cpsdibblego: no it only divides existing zip files09:23
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dibblegocps, then how do I create the spanned zip?09:24
darth_gimpWhy am I getting an error when I run the Add/Remove from Applications under Dapper?09:24
cpsdibblego: first create the zip file and then run zipsplit on it09:24
dibblegooh right09:24
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NickGarveyj #gentoo09:24
NickGarveyheh09:25
Madpilotdarth_gimp, what error?09:25
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darth_gimpCheck the file permissions and correctness of the file '/etc/apt/sources.list'09:25
darth_gimpI look at that file at it looks Greek to me.09:25
Madpilotdarth_gimp, have you edited your sources.list file at all?09:25
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darth_gimpNo09:25
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Madpilotdarth_gimp, "Check the file permissions..." etc is the only error you get?09:26
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