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eletidoTheGateKeeper: oh, i wasnt planning to use automatix. i just suggested it to someone who wanted to install some codecs12:01
SuSEManwhat is the latest build?12:01
Jimmey__!nvidia12:01
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto12:01
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jbahey I have an rca lyra and i plugged it in in dapper, it reconized, it i went to put a song on the mp3player and it said not enough i deleated a few songs, and it still say not enought space12:01
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eletidoand then it was suggested that i dont reccomend automatix.12:01
SuSEManwhat is the latest build?12:01
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Don_jris Automatix better than synoptic?12:01
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gnomefreak!automatix12:01
ubotuAutomatix is a script that automates installation of some items. Use at your own risk. For help with and discussion of automatix please join #automatix.12:01
FMJ|Cyonycdoes anyone know if SSH is active on startup of a fresh install of the server ubuntu distro?12:02
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SuSEManwhat is the latest build?12:02
SuSEManwhat is the latest build?12:02
m4rkhm how do I find this libdvdread3 and does it work with vlc?12:02
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eletidoDon_jr: being better is hard to judge.12:02
izm99Don_jr, try Dive into Python book.12:02
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KtronAnyone have any suggestions on how I can install ubuntu-- currently trying to install off of a livecd it hangs (last line in the log file is 'backup')?12:03
gnomefreakSuSEMan: latest build of what?12:03
eletidoDon_jr: automatix just automates installing stuff12:03
SuSEManubuntu12:03
FRETFMJ|Cyonyc, what about a pstree |grep sshd ?12:03
gnomefreakSuSEMan: 6.0612:03
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SuSEMangnomefreak: did they release a beta?12:03
gnomefreakack 6.06.1 is the latest iso12:03
Don_jrism99 thanx12:03
gnomefreakSuSEMan: no edgy isnt beta yet12:03
Don_jreletido synoptic does the same thing.12:03
SuSEManok thnx, thats wat i want to know12:04
FMJ|CyonycFRET: nothing happened.12:04
eletidoDon_jr: ah, ok. havent heard of synoptic. sorry.12:04
donvellaHowdy. - Does anybody know how to duplicate all whats on my linux partitions to another HDD on a different PC?12:04
FRETFMJ|Cyonyc, then it's not running12:04
gnomefreakeletido: he meant synaptic12:04
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eletidoDon_jr: i havent used either, so i couldnt talk about which is better.12:04
anthony_I have a wide-screen laptop and it plays "square" videos out of ratio (it makes everything short and fat). how can I get them to play normally?  (I have installed all graphics drivers and reset my screen resolution to be correct) I'm using MPlayer btw12:04
KtronAnyone have any suggestions on how I can install ubuntu-- currently trying to install off of a livecd it hangs (last line in the log file is 'backup')?12:04
gnomefreakand i suggest taking the automatix talk to #automatix12:05
magus_xautomatix is a timebomb...12:05
FMJ|CyonycFRET: I am fairly new to lots of commands, I am assuming that PSTREE is a tree map of everything running on the linux box?12:05
magus_xtake careful, it can broke the dependences12:05
gnomefreakKtron: download the 6.06.12:05
donvellaanthony_: i suggest you get VLC media player. works a treat12:05
gnomefreakdamn12:05
jbadoes anyone know what my problem wiht my rca lyra in ubuntu is, i go to put a file ont he mp3 player and it says that there isn't enought space, but there is...12:05
TheGateKeepereletido: this is what I tell most people: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/2167412:05
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gnomefreakKtron: download the 6.06.1 live cd12:05
grogoreohi12:05
izm99jman, lupine: would it matter if my swap is now too small?12:05
FRETFMJ|Cyonyc, you try to set up a linux-server, without knowing linux?12:05
Ktrongnomefreak: I'm using the 6.06.1 AMD 64 Live CD'12:05
magus_xFRET, : at least he want to learn12:05
xopherKtron, and if thats what you got, try the 'alternate cd', with the old installer12:06
FMJ|CyonycFRET: gotta start somehwhere :)12:06
KragneracDon_jr: Actually, the competitor of Automatix would not be Synaptic, but rather easyUbuntu. ;)12:06
gnomefreakKtron: is the md5sum a match to the download link?12:06
donvellaKtron: i suggest you use the 32bit version. It works a treat12:06
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grogoreowhy is it that when I set "1600x1200" in my xorg.conf as the first resolution, the login screen scrolls like the resolution is too big (1920x1400 too big) for the screen. Is it pre-set?12:06
FMJ|CyonycFRET: and I have successfully setup a linux server on Fedora12:06
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eletidoTheGateKeeper: thanks.12:06
lupinejzm99: no12:06
donvellaKtron: Sometimes the 64bit ver farks up12:06
Don_jrI downloaded some thins from univers, they arn't in the applications menu and I don't know how to find them12:06
lupinethe more ram you have, the less ram you need12:06
Naeis the add/remove applications tool supposed to update everything every time it's run?12:06
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TheGateKeepereletido: yw :-)12:06
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gnomefreakNae: add/remove not really synaptic does12:06
Don_jrkragnerac I just installed ubuntu last night and finally got online..synoptic is what runs originally isn't it?12:07
Ktrondonvella: kind of sucks that I might have to run the 32bit OS because the 64bit version won't install.... I'll double check the md5sum gnomefreak and I can try the alternate cd too12:07
izm99lupine, er... less swap u need?  ok.12:07
FRETFMJ|Cyonyc, ok...maybe this is interesting for you: http://rute.2038bug.com/rute.html.gz12:07
Princhello room and fans of ubuntu :)12:07
donvella- = Can anyone explain to me how to do a complete duplicate of my partitions to another HDD? Thanks for your time. = -12:07
lupineswap is fake ram12:07
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gnomefreakdonvella: yes12:07
donvellaKtron: I have an AMD64bit. I use the 32bit version. works excellent.12:07
gnomefreakDon_jr: yes12:07
FMJ|CyonycFRET: thanks! :)12:07
KragneracDon_jr: both Automatix and Synaptic are based on apt-get.12:07
donvellagnomefreak: Thanks dude.12:08
TheGateKeeperKtron: enjoy ---> http://en.jakilinux.org/linux/ubuntu/kubuntu-606-on-athlon-64/12:08
gnomefreakdonvella: that wasnt for you12:08
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donvellagnomefreak: :(12:08
gnomefreaksorry12:08
Kragneracheh12:08
izm99jman, lupine: actually, now that I think of it, something I may have installed before rebooting could be the cause.. but I'll let memtest finish12:08
DocmurHey does anyone here know how to install a boot splash12:08
donvellagnomefreak: can you help me anyway?12:08
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DocmurI downloaded one and I don't know how to install it12:08
lupined'oh12:08
gnomefreakKragnerac: i asked you to join #automatix to talk about automatix12:08
izm99heh12:08
xopherdonvella, man dd, 'its all there' :/12:08
donvellaxopher: cheers.12:09
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Princi have 2 questions for which i would need your help: 1. When I used ubuntu with LiveCD everything worked great, but after I installed it, I dont get any voice. If i put audio CD inside, I get info that audio hardware couldn't be found something like that12:09
Princcan someone help me12:09
npster!webcam12:09
ubotuwebcam is now easy to install on Linux; instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Webcam Supported cams: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsMultimediaWebCameras12:09
Kragneracgnomefreak: Sorry, didn't see your entry. I'll go to #automatix.12:09
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Don_jrgnomefreak how do I find things on here that I've gotten from universe12:09
erUSUL!sound12:10
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://help.ubuntu.com/community/DebuggingSoundProblems12:10
IcemanV9donvella: a good place to start -- https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BackupYourSystem12:10
gnomefreak!automatix12:10
ubotuAutomatix is a script that automates installation of some items. Use at your own risk. For help with and discussion of automatix please join #automatix.12:10
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gnomefreakeletido: read ubotus post12:10
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eletidoyeah, saw that before.12:10
gnomefreakDon_jr: what are you looking for?12:10
xopherPrinc, try running asoundconf , and check in alsamixer that you dont have anything muted that shouldnt be.12:10
gnomefreakthats why its nto talked about in here12:10
samernAny Ubuntu from LEBANON?12:10
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samernusers*12:10
lhdsis it possible that ubuntu is 3.6 gega wide? whats in it other than gnome xserver and the kernel?12:10
donvellaIcemanV9: Your a legend mate.12:11
lhdsyes LEBANON HERE12:11
Don_jrgnomefreak I'll have to go back and look again...I thougth they'd install.....I'll look around12:11
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Princxopher, nothing is muted first i checked that. But now i will check the alsa.12:11
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kazukisanWhen ever i go to a website from another website it takes for ever, but while im in that website browsing other links part of that website its super fast, its only slow when i switch domains ?? any ideas ?????????12:11
IcemanV9donvella: yw12:11
lhdswhat to remove if i was to strip some things off ubuntu12:11
racefireHi12:12
donvellalhds: http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Speed_up_boot12:12
Princalso, the other question please: on C: i have Windows XP installed, on D: some music... F: is for ubuntu... how can i play the music that is in D: from ubuntu? Whenever i try to ented D: i got something like unable to mount drive12:12
YedekNickhi all, is there a small .iso for ubuntu. there is one for debian (100 mb) i wonder if ubuntu has it too ?12:12
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kazukisanYedekNick: no12:12
acidianPrinc:  you cant mount the linux filesystem in windows12:12
jlduggerman, who's in charge of planet.ubuntu.com ?12:12
lhdsits not about speed really12:12
donvellaPrinc: Mount the drive in cmd.12:12
lhdsits about the amount of files12:12
acidianPrinc: and ubuntu can only read ntfs, but not write to it12:12
xopherbut it can12:12
donvellaxopher: Can you edit an NTFS drive through linux?12:13
W_McLacidian, not exactly. there are windows drivers to access linux filesystems, but it's better not to use them because it's insecure.12:13
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jlduggerdonvella, ive heard the fuse driver should do that well enough12:13
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ciaran_!flash12:13
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/FreeFormats12:13
PrincI want only to play the music that is in D: from ubuntu if possible...12:13
donvellajldugger: I dont understand sorry.12:13
ciaran_hi guys12:13
acidianW_McL: mkai, Ive also heard that there are "highly experimental" programs that let you write to ntfs from linux12:13
samernhey12:13
ciaran_to install flash guys: apt-get install flash ?12:14
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jlduggerdonvella, there's a driver in userspace that lets you write NTFS12:14
acidianW_McL:  one of them requires scandisk to fix the files after you have written them, else it wont work XD12:14
xopherdonvella, well there are lots of ways, I used a propietary driver called paragon or something once, but there are other better ways now I guess. Even on the wiki, or forum.12:14
kazukisanciaran_: no12:14
samernciaran_ get easyubuntu12:14
kazukisanciaran_: go to macromedias website and download the flash installer12:14
KtronAlright, thanks very much #ubuntu in particular donvella, xopher, and gnomefreak12:15
acidianthink flash can be found in synaptic12:15
W_McLacidian: but the danger of accessing linux filesystems in windows is not only that the drivers are probably experimental, but also that windows doesn't understand the unix file prermissions12:15
Ktronwho knows whether I'll be back or not :)12:15
ciaran_kazukisan: apt-get easyubuntu ?12:15
xopherKtron, np12:15
racefireIt can, but I honestly can't get the sound working properly for flash on my PC12:15
acidianW_McL: ahh, bad12:15
samerneasyubuntu.freecontrib.org12:15
xopherNow, good night guys, Im going to bed.12:15
gnomefreakciaran_: no easyubuntu is not in repos please join #easyubuntu for help or talk about it12:15
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ciaran_ahh ok12:16
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TheGameis it possible to copy songs from networks using rhythmbox12:16
W_McLacidian: true. better not try it12:16
TheGamelike move them to my hard drive12:16
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ciaran_gnomefreak: how do I join it. I'm completely new to this all12:16
acidianW_McL: not planning to, but I wish that linux could read and write to ntfs, would make my life a bit easier :/12:16
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racefireWhen I try to use flash, the sound is choppy, but plays (sometimes). The sound is non-existent in Wine, and perfect in ies4linux (when it plays).12:17
Seveasacidian, it can easily read and as of edgy it will be able to write12:17
ciaran_plus is anyone else seeing them readlines across the screen?12:17
kitcheacidian: it does read and write to ntfs but it's bad12:17
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kitcheacidian; if you date captiventfs12:17
ciaran_what are the red lines for?12:17
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acidiankitche: how do I do that?12:17
naliothciaran_: when someone uses your nickname, your client highlights that line to bring it to your attention12:17
ciaran_!easuubuntu12:17
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about easuubuntu - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:17
ciaran_!easuybuntu12:18
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about easuybuntu - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:18
ciaran_!easyubuntu12:18
ubotuEasyUbuntu is a script that automates installation of some items. Use at your own risk. See http://easyubuntu.freecontrib.org/ ; for help and or discussions about EasyUbuntu please join #easyubuntu.12:18
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bluefox83lol12:18
naliothciaran- you see that this does not highlight you12:18
racefireWhen I try to use flash, the sound is choppy, but plays (sometimes). The sound is non-existent in Wine, and perfect in ies4linux (when it plays).12:18
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ciaran_naloith: thanks I understand now12:18
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jikesi am having trouble getting wireless to work, ipw3945 module12:18
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bluefox83ciaran_, whats a southern alabama boy like you doin in here? :P12:18
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ParkotronI have an AMD Athlon64 3000+ with two possible clock speeds: 1000MHz and 1800MHz. CPU stepping worked out of the box on Breezy, but the processor nevers slows down since upgrading to Dapper. powernowd is running and it properly identifies my processor including the available frequencies, but no throttling occurs. Does anyone have any ideas?12:19
ciaran_bluefox83: where u from then?12:19
bluefox83florida12:19
ciaran_where abouts disney land?12:19
Seveasciaran_, bluefox83 offtopic talk elsewhere please12:20
TheGamewhos from alabama12:20
bluefox83ciaran_, either you don't realise who i am, or you're not the ciaran i think you are12:20
npsterWhat's up with EasyCam2? It doesn't seem to work under Xubuntu ? Help ?12:20
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ciaran_can we talk out of this screen bluefox9312:20
ciaran_?12:20
bluefox83erm...yeah..12:20
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Princthanks alot guys for your kind help12:21
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racefireI have the latest kernel version. I am using Dapper Drake. I have Firefox with Flash 9 installed under Wine and ies4linux installed. I am using a Celeron 2 GHz computer with 512 MB of RAM. When I try to use flash, the sound is choppy, but plays (sometimes). The sound is non-existent in Wine, and perfect in ies4linux (when it plays).12:22
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Seveas!repeat > racefire12:23
samernany LEBANESE ubuntu users?12:23
Seveas!anyone > samern12:23
TheGameno12:23
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gregtv tunercard help plz12:24
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geokokhi! I have this "hardinfo-0.4.1.x86.package" and I know how to install it but have no clue how to un-install it. Any help appreciated.12:24
TheGamewhatdya need greg\12:24
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racefire!patience12:24
ubotuThe people in this channel are volunteers. Your attitude will determine how fast you are helped. See also http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines12:24
erUSULracefire: winecfg and go to tab sound. choose the alsa driver...12:24
gregi cant get xawtv to work w/ my tv tunercard12:24
IcemanV9gnomefreak: i heard they bumped it up to version 10, not 9 anymore. :/12:24
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npstergreg, I remember on Knoppix wich is under KDE that it had apps for that. If u use Kubuntu, search arround.12:24
gnomefreakofcourse why wouldnt they12:25
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gregsame w/ tvtime12:25
gnomefreakthanks IcemanV912:25
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IcemanV9:)12:25
erUSULgnomefreak: afaics she installed flash9 under wine12:25
SeveasIcemanV9, where did you hear that?12:25
Seveasnothing on penguin.swf about it...12:25
gregi have flash 10 installed12:25
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samernI need to find enough LEBANESE ubuntu users to form a local group for ubuntu12:25
gregon linux12:25
bean-ohdoes the wine version work in mozilla?12:25
gregyes12:26
IcemanV9Seveas: somewhere on adobe ... i could not remember where is it exactly now.12:26
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geokok hi! I have this "hardinfo-0.4.1.x86.package" and I know how to install it but have no clue how to un-install it. Any help appreciated.12:27
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Seveasgeokok, please don't use autopackage packages12:27
npsterWhy doesn't camorama work with my webcam ? "Could not connect to /dev/video0, check connection and try again" My webcam is connected, and that stupid EasyCam app is really stupid. Doesn't really work !!!12:27
Seveasthey are evil12:27
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FMJ|Cyonyc!ifconfig12:27
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ifconfig - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:27
geokokwhy seveas?12:27
geokokevil?12:28
Feldmanhello12:28
bluefox83npster, did you load the kernel module for your webcam?12:28
drbreenwhy was autopackage even created in the beginning ?12:28
gnomefreakSeveas: http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/productinfo/systemreqs/   :(12:28
Feldmandoes anyone know how I can install quicktime on my ubuntu dapper PC?12:28
Seveasgeokok, they think working around problems is better than solving thm. And the egos of the developers are bigger than their brains12:28
homerh_linuxevening ppl i hav seem to lost from my top panel the minamised icons eg x-chat sysicon and compiz icon and my azurues basicly all the minised program12:28
npsterbluefox83, I have no Idea, how can I check12:28
drbreenfeldman: quicktime ? you want to watch videos ? use vlc or xine instead.12:28
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gregURE ALL WHORES12:28
Seveasgnomefreak, they're still working on flash 9 for linux12:28
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drbreengreg: mind your language12:29
racefireThanks, greg.12:29
gnomefreakSeveas: oh ok12:29
twofryhello: df says that i have used 108MB of space on my harddrive, but Filelight says that I only have 20GB. What could cause such discrepency?12:29
bluefox83npster, if you don't know, then the answer is no...12:29
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Seveasgnomefreak, http://blogs.adobe.com/penguin.swf/12:29
Feldmandrbreen: where can I get vlc or xine?12:29
bluefox83npster, go ask google what module your camera needs, and go get it12:29
Seveasa great tale of incompetence ;)12:29
geokokok..well can u tell me that then? There is an app called hardinfo at the repos but it is older and the website it refers too does not exist. Is it the same app?12:29
msoulinstalling libstdc++ -- sudo apt-get install libstdc++12:29
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npsterbluefox83, OK12:29
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drbreenfeldman: first enable universe !repositories, then use gnome-app-install (applications --> install / remove software) or synaptic and search for them12:30
nils_anyone here got experience with linux-kernel-di ?12:30
drbreenfeldman: or just do an "apt-get install vlc" in a terminal ?!12:30
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racefireHey, guys? I tried to use winecfg to set audio to alsa, but i got an error message when I tried to access that tab. It can be found at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/21676 . Thanks for the suggestion, though, erUSL12:31
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cbx33anyone got the ipw2200 wireless adapter working on dapper yet?12:31
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ppcblasterI need some help please12:31
ljbade_I am having trouble getting my lucent winmodem to work under ubuntu 6.06, i have isntalled the drivers, but when i go to connect, it dials and completes the audible handshake, but disconnects after 30 seconds? any ideas?12:31
BlueEagle!anyone12:31
nils_Anyway... Im following this --> http://dsplabs.utt.ro/~juve/blog/index.cgi/01147559232 but stuck at 6.2 (I've no idea what the guy is asking)12:31
ubotuA large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?12:31
Seveascbx33, that should workk out of the proverbial box12:31
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cbx33Seveas, hmmm12:32
cbx33didn't seem to12:32
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cbx33I'll try again12:32
gnomefreakty Seveas for the link12:32
ppcblasterwill not accept login and password using Xubuntu12:32
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tuxedupI dont suppose any one knows of any sites that have the tango icon set made for Kde with all the different sizes sorted?.  I cannot create it on one of my machines that does not run ubuntu.12:32
ppcblasterwill not accept login and password using Xubuntu12:32
AngryElfis the xorg update safe now?12:33
cbx33Seveas, it's not showing up12:33
cbx33what can I do to check?12:33
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don_jris thre a difference that would make one better than the other gnome or kde?12:33
FRETtuxedup, kde-look.org doesn't have them?12:33
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nils_the reason I'm rebuilding the thing is because ubuntu hasn't got (good) support for Dell 2950...12:33
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SeveasIcemanV9, that is aways a good thing12:33
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cbx33Seveas, 0000:02:04.0 Ethernet controller: Linksys, A Division of Cisco Systems [AirConn]  INPROCOMM IPN 2220 Wireless LAN Adapter (rev 01)12:34
thedcmI hate BLACK PEOPLE12:34
ljbadehmm maybe ill just post in the forum since you guys are lil bit busy atm...12:34
acidianwow12:34
IcemanV9Seveas: well, i guess so. we shall see when it comes for linux. :)12:34
tuxedupFRET:It does but you have to use the iconnaming-utils package from the tango site to make them, and thats the package I am having problems with, it does not like my version of imagemagick12:34
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racefireI don't know the answer to your question, tuxedup12:34
ppcblasterwill not accept login and password using Xubuntu12:34
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racefire!repeat < ppcblaster12:35
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about repeat < ppcblaster - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:35
FRETppcblaster, ???12:35
nils_so... anyone, even give me a pointer to figure it out ?12:35
jjholtis there a way to disable a update for a single package?12:35
racefire!repeat > ppcblaster12:35
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BlueEagleppcblaster: If you hit CTRL+ALT+F1 and try to log into the terminal does that allow you to log in?12:36
gnomefreakAngryElf: yes the 10.4 version is the fix for it12:36
Storkmehow come when i use `ant`, it works fine, but using `sudo ant` says: sudo: ant: command not found12:36
BlueEaglestorkme: Perhaps ant is you your path but not in roots path. Try which ant and then use the complete path name with sudo.12:37
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IcemanV9hm. i just noticed this line from dmesg -- ipw2200: Firmware error detected.  Restarting. -- is that bad? should i fix it somehow?12:37
jjholtI had to compile a custom driver for my via video for Xorg but now update manager is buggung me about there being a update for the package12:37
StorkmeBlueEagle, but i added the path to ant into /etc/profile12:38
erUSULIcemanV9: i suppose you should reinstall the firmware....12:38
backzHi, I was installed package msttcorefonts on my desktop. But it's so ugly on black background, I think it would be anti-aliased to small fonts... how to fix it?12:38
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erUSULIcemanV9: if that is possible at all12:38
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gnutunhey all; how can i tell what version of a package is currently installed?12:39
IcemanV9erUSUL:  hm. i'll check it out on its support website. thks.12:39
FRETaptitude show <package>12:39
erUSULgnutun: apt-cache policy package12:40
don_jrif I have added universe and multiverse will it search those in the add/remove programs menu?12:40
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erUSULgnutun: apt-cache show package12:40
gnomefreakgnutun: apt-cache policy package will tell you what version you have and what version is able to be got12:40
Luks2hi.. i downloaded a software called XSI (3D Modeling/Animation/Texturer) but in the end of the installation appeared a log showing the problems of the installtion.. i have the logs here, anyone can help me?12:40
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BlueEagleubotu: tell luks2 about pastebin12:41
gnutunk thanks guys12:41
npsterXubuntu is more like Dapper or Breezy ?12:41
BlueEaglenpster: Xubuntu is availible in both versions.12:42
Storkdoesn't crap in /etc/profile happen to the super user as well?!?!12:42
gnomefreakiso's for xubuntu only in dapper12:42
npsterHow do I know wich one I am using ?12:42
BlueEaglenpster: Your question is like: Bananas is like Dole or Chicita?12:42
k31thGuys my ubuntu box has trouble playing video12:42
k31thin any player12:42
gnomefreaknpster: where are your panels12:42
k31thits ok small12:42
k31thbut uses alot of cpu12:42
lhdsis it normal that my hdd temp is 50 celcius?12:42
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k31thwhen i put it foll screen it uses 100% cpu and laggs like hell12:43
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Storkk31th, drivers installed?12:43
npstergnomefreak: what ? panels. right down corner are the workspaces12:43
BlueEaglek31th: Which processor and how much ram have you got and which video driver are you using?12:43
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Luks2BlueEagle, this is a server for long text/questions ?12:43
BlueEaglek31th: ...and which graphics card have you got?12:43
gnomefreaknpster: what does your menu look like12:43
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Storkcould someone give me a hand? i edited $PATH in /etc/profile, it works fine for a normal user, but path for superuser is still the same12:44
BlueEagleluks2: Did you read the message ubotu sent you?12:44
Luks2yeap12:44
BlueEagleluks2: Then I suggest you paste the log there and then post the url here.12:44
g-nomehello, does anyone know a good (ubuntu) source for java (latest) packages?12:44
k31thBlueEagle: 2.8ghz athlong 1 gig RAM ATI card 9800 pro12:44
npstergnomefreak, it is gray, and it comes off from the top (default setting)12:44
k31thathlon12:44
Luks2ok, thanks12:44
BlueEaglek31th: Did you install the ATi drivers?12:44
gnomefreakg-nome: sun-java5-jre in multiverse12:44
k31thBlueEagle: yes12:44
BlueEagleubotu: tell k31th about ati12:44
gnomefreaknpster: just applications menu?12:45
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BlueEaglek31th: Are you sure you're using the ATi drivers?12:45
npstergnomefreak yes12:45
gnomefreaknpster: xubuntu12:45
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BlueEaglek31th: (ie. did you modify your xorg.conf to use the correct drivers?)12:45
Storkwtf12:45
k31thYes12:45
Storkhow come 'sudo' no longer requires a password?12:45
npstergnomefreak: I know that but is it Dapper or Breezy12:45
k31thmaybe it fucked during the upgrade...12:45
BlueEaglestork: It's got a timeout of about 30 minutes before requireing a password again iirc.12:45
gnomefreaknpster: type lsb_release -a in terminal12:45
gnomefreakk31th: watch your language12:46
BlueEagleubotu: tell k31th about language.12:46
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about language. - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:46
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BlueEagleubotu: tell k31th about language12:46
StorkBlueEagle, even then i open a new session?12:46
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g-nomegnomefreak: with that i will have the newest (or almost) java?12:46
BlueEaglestork: There is a file in your home directory that12:46
gnomefreakg-nome: yes12:46
npsterit is Dapper12:46
g-nomeok thanks12:46
BlueEagle's called .sudo_as_admin_successful12:46
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npsterand it doesn't install my SPCA web cam12:46
gnomefreakg-nome: if you want more up-to-date go to java.com and install it manully12:46
BlueEaglestork: It checks the timestamp of that file iirc.12:46
covOPprometheusIs there someone that really as a big experience with WLAN?12:47
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Luks2BlueEagle, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/21677 here is the error12:47
g-nomegnomefreak for that i know but i was looking for .deb ;-)12:47
gnomefreakg-nome: multiverse repo is only deb you will find now that im aware of12:47
DocmurOkay I downloaded this really nice BootSplash from kde-look.org but it didn't come with install instructions.12:47
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don_jrokay I have downloaded 3dchess from universe.  How do I find it in my box?12:47
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Docmurinside the folder there is two file rc and rcS12:48
g-nomegnomefreak: yes but not that from java.com12:48
Docmurand a folder called linux12:48
Docmurinsider there is a conf file and the images12:48
gnomefreakg-nome: java.com doesnt have debs12:48
gnomefreakg-nome: they never did12:48
DocmurAnyone have a clue what I need to install the Bootsplash12:48
g-nomegnomefreak: that's what i mean!12:48
gnomefreakDocmur: define boot splash12:48
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BlueEagleluks2: Well I12:48
racefireIf you want to use rpms with debian, i reccomend you use alien, in the Ubuntu repos12:48
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BlueEaglehmmm12:48
BlueEagleluks2: Well I've got no idea what would cause that error. :/12:49
Docmurummm the screen when you boot that hides the startup12:49
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gnomefreakg-nome: as i stated before multiverse repo will have latest version of java for your version of ubuntu12:49
Docmurwith a picture12:49
Luks2BlueEagle,  thanks anyway ;)12:49
gnomefreakDocmur: the one that fill whole screen?12:49
g-nomegnomefreak: anyway when typing "java --version" i have still 1.4.2. !?12:49
DocmurYes12:49
gnomefreak!usplash12:49
ubotuusplash is the start-up splash (before GNOME/KDE appears) in Ubuntu. To customize it, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/USplashCustomizationHowto12:49
gnomefreakDocmur: read that12:49
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Docmurokay12:49
gnomefreakg-nome: did you run sudo update-alternatives --config java12:50
talljon84I'm looking to reimage my machine and trying to decide whether to use Kubuntu or Ubuntu.  For the purposes of XGL, which will work better and be more stable?12:50
gnomefreakg-nome: after you instaled it12:50
Luks2I tried t install the software called XSI, and in the end appeared this problem --> http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/21677  anyone can help me ?12:50
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gnomefreakg-nome: </hint> if not, now would be a good time <hint/>12:50
don_jrhow do I find software I downloaded from universe?12:50
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thompadoes anyone know how to get color in vim?12:51
rnd_nullhmm...I seem to have forgotten where the file is that has my device settings....'lil help?12:51
BlueEagleubotu: tell ppd about anyone12:51
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thompa.vimrc does not seem to exist12:51
natural20so i'm following some DNS and Router advice I found in the ubuntu forums.  It's telling me to "go to synaptic and activate the universe mirrors."   How do I do that?12:51
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soiesleWhat's the best CD ripping tool for Linux?12:51
g-nomegnomefreak: ok now i did: i selected the last one "/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.5.0-sun/jre/bin/java"12:51
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BlueEagleubotu: tell natural20 about easysource12:51
eclipse_i dont understand how to install programs....gah im so frustrated12:51
g-nomegnomefreak: but now it doesn't recognize "java --version" anymore12:51
tuxtuxbye bye at all12:51
BlueEagle!install12:52
ubotuUbuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DapperReleaseNotes/UbiquityKnownIssues12:52
BlueEaglehmm..12:52
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BlueEaglewrong factoid. :)12:52
fuocodoes dapper has any bluetooth support ?12:52
djm62eclipse_: there are lots of ways to install programs.  have you tried System->Administration->Synaptic?12:52
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bluefox83fuoco, it's built into the kernel...12:52
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fuocobluefox83: i know, i mean the userspace parts ?12:53
ppdok. do you know a minimal linux system on floppy that supports logging into gdm via xdmcp ?12:53
djm62fuoco: yes, if you want to transfer files and stuff the key word is obex (search for obex)12:53
don_jrdjm62 I used synaptic to get a couple things, but now I can't find them on my box...how do I go about doing that?12:53
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g-nomegnomefreak: problem solved, it is "-showversion" now, thanks12:53
ppdbasic linux is great but it simply doesn't want to establish a connection to gdm with xvesa12:53
thompaor does anyone know where the config file is for vim or whats it called in ubuntu?12:54
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fuocodjm62: what about synchronizing ?12:54
djm62don_jr: what things are they? at the lowest level you could type the names in at the terminal12:54
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eclipse_all i want to do is istall a D++ hub and use the comp to run the hub....12:54
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don_jr3dchess iso ne of them, and a couple others.  Just type in the name and that's it?12:54
eclipse_you would think it could be simple...but no12:54
natural20BlueEagle, I don't undertand how selecting sources helps me activate universe mirrors. (I dont' even know what these things are.)12:54
BlueEagleeclipse_: Try !easysource for one12:54
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djm62fuoco: I haven't had much luck with synchronising...except with a kde utility whose name escapes me.  something "k" something "sync"12:54
eclipse_!easysource12:54
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic12:55
g-nomehow can i search in apt-get?12:55
fuocodjm62: i use gnome... :(12:55
Docmurto search in apt12:55
Docmurjust12:55
Docmurapt-cache search12:55
Docmurwhat is libogl-dev12:55
eclipse_:'(12:55
djm62fuoco: oh! there's nothing to stop you using a kde app in gnome: it's just less aesthetically pleasing12:55
eclipse_i dont get it12:55
don_jrdjm62 what command do I need to run the program? just typing the name doesn't do anything12:55
BlueEaglenatural20: Well if you go to the source-o-matic it will help you generate a sources.list file that goes in /etc/apt. There you can choose to have universe and multiverse enabled. It also helps you find your closest mirrors.12:55
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geokokif i have the kde libraries installed because of a certain app do these libs get loaded always or just when i run the app?12:55
djm62don_jr: what app is it?12:55
fuocodjm62: i know, that's the issue :)12:56
geokoka front end for octave12:56
don_jrdjm62 3dchess12:56
djm62don_jr: type "apropos chess" to find the command name12:56
natural20BlueEagle, so once i have a source list, i save it as a txt file in /etc/apt12:56
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bluefox83natural20, save it as source.list in /etc/apt12:57
djm62don_jr: although, hasn't it appeared in Applications->Games ?12:57
twofryhello: I've got a 144GB hard disk. I've only got 20GB of files but Ubuntu says that I've used 103.7GB. What could be taking up the free space?12:57
BlueEaglenatural20: save it as /etc/apt/sources.list (back up the old one before replacing it and you will need root access to replace the file.)12:57
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don_jrdjm62 no it's not in the applications->games.  that's why "m not sure if it got loaded or not....box is green in synoptic like I have it, but the apropos command didn't show it either12:57
BlueEagletwofry: df is not very accurate tbh.12:58
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twofryblueEagle: that's quite a big discrepency! So it should be alright?12:58
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natural20BlueEagle, how do i get around /etc/apt being su protected?12:59
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djm62don_jr: hang on, I'm installing it to see if anything unusual comes up12:59
natural20BlueEagle, errr.  that's not what i mean12:59
BlueEagletwofry: Well you could be holding a giant cache of .deb files from installing and/or upgrading.12:59
don_jrdjm62 okay, that's just one of the ones I've gotten....but I cna't find it12:59
BlueEaglenatural20: sudo is your friend.12:59
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geokokdo KDE libs get loaded always on gnome or only when i start the app that installed them?01:00
natural20BlueEagle, but i don't know where to type sudo01:00
albackerguys i installed flashplugin-nonfree and followed some other tutos, but flash doesnt seem working ?! whats the problem ?01:00
djm62don_jr: <sigh> 3Dc is the name of the 3d chess one01:00
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don_jrdjm62 how did you find that out?  I"m totally new to nix systems, this is my first day on01:00
BlueEaglenatural20: I see. When you want to execute a command as root you prefix the command with sudo like: sudo cp sources.list /etc/apt/sources.list01:00
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yangohello... I've been trying Picasa for Linux and it's awfully slow with a collection of about 2500 images... has anyone else stumbled upon this and solved it? :)01:01
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geokok@yango: yes...try f-spot01:01
BlueEagle!info picasa01:01
ubotuPackage picasa does not exist in dapper01:01
natural20BlueEagle, so there is no way to use sudo when using the GUI?  I'm not versed in unix commands01:01
djm62don_jr: tab completion: if you type part of a command (ie any program name) and press tab it gives you a list of stuff starting with that.  I typed "3<tab>" and that came up01:01
albackerguys i installed flashplugin-nonfree and followed some other tutos, but flash doesnt seem working ?! whats the problem ?01:01
twofryblueEagle: I just tried clearing the cache. No difference. I am actually using Baobab to check. But df and the Gnome Disk Manager is consistent01:01
djm62don_jr: tab completion is more useful than it sounds at first...01:01
BlueEaglenatural20: I do not recomend opening nautilus in root-mode as it is very very very easy to mess up your system.01:01
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don_jrdjm62 that helps.  Thank you01:02
rdz!info mplayer01:02
ubotumplayer: The Ultimate Movie Player For Linux. In component multiverse, is extra. Version 2:0.99+1.0pre7try2+cvs20060117-0ubuntu8 (dapper), package size 3265 kB, installed size 7916 kB01:02
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geokokpicasa exists on dapper01:02
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_toto_Hi anyone knows any free played (plugin based : mp3 aac oog ...) : constraint : Free Plugin architecture (doesnt emulate any directX lyer)01:02
nerophibiayanfo: Just the same for me... migrate to digiKam01:02
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nerophibia!info digiKam01:02
NineTeen67CometAnyone in here try setting up the Linksys CIT200 cordless Skype phone on their Linux box? My wife has it on her XP machine, and it's plain and simply awesome (We are in Japan so calling home is expensive otherwise) .01:02
ubotudigikam: digital photo management application for KDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.8.2~rc1-0ubuntu3 (dapper), package size 4077 kB, installed size 9724 kB01:02
ScheissNUssenHello, I download my files using newsgroup software... I recently have downloaded a set of files that will not extract properly..    I was wondering if anyone has any knowledge of a "Parity" program (a file fixer so to speak) ??? I downloaded Par2 and Parchive yet do not understand how to use them01:02
rnd_nullyeah, i just read somewhere that picasa was around01:02
BlueEaglenatural20: However if you do appreciate the dangers and close it after you're done you can start a root-browser by pressing ALT+F2 and typing in: gksudo nautilus01:02
ScheissNUssencan anyone help please01:02
geokokTry f-spot ....its awesome!!01:02
rdzgeokok, i don't have it in my repository...01:02
ScheissNUssen?01:02
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geokokgive me a sec...01:03
robin_Hi01:03
djm62ubuntu is awesome01:03
don_jrdjm62 odd it must not have gotten downloaded, I don't have anything by that name showing01:03
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Feldma1hello01:03
robin_:D01:03
Luks2hello01:03
Feldma1does anyone know if spaces work in a directory name in the terminal?01:03
BlueEagleubotu: tell rdz about easysource01:03
robin_How can I enble nvidia graphics01:04
Feldma1something like 'cd /home/Two Words/01:04
Feldma1would that work?01:04
BlueEagleubotu: tell robin_ about nvidia01:04
yangogeokok: installing f-spot on the spot01:04
geokokGood ..f-spot is amazing01:04
djm62don_jr: you know that capitalisation matters? have you tried starting the terminal again (tab completion doesn't update instantly)?  if you type "3Dc" and it's installed it should run01:04
BlueEaglerobin_: if you've got the nvidia drivers completely installed open /etc/X11/xorg.conf and edit driver "nv" to read driver "nvidia"01:04
don_jrdjm62 ok will try that01:04
geokoksoryr my fault. I got picasa from here: http://picasa.google.com/linux/download.html....There is a deb to download01:04
yangonerophibia: I didn't like digikam much... I use gphoto2 for basic downloading and file handling and then was trying to picasa...01:05
don_jrdjm62 Okay, mental note made, case-sensitivity is something to pay attention to1 :)01:05
BlueEaglerobin_: also try: sudo nvidia-glx-config enable01:05
twofryrobin_: here's a good resource: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia01:05
robin_ok01:05
NineTeen67Cometgeokok: I did my install with automatix .. picasa and googleearth are on there ..01:05
Feldma1hello?01:05
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robin_it asks me for password01:05
robin_in terminal01:05
Feldma1can anyone help me?01:05
robin_and I can't type anything in password field01:06
geokokyeah well ...google is everywhere....lol01:06
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djm62don_jr: and almost all the time, commands are lower case: 3Dc is unusual (it's a cultural thing)01:06
Feldma1something like 'cd /home/Two Words/' would that work in the terminal? since... it's two words and all01:06
Musashi328robin_it is just asking for your password01:06
geokokf-spot works as picasa should01:06
bluefox83natural20, what should the vertical and horizontal ranges be for a 20 inch tv?01:06
BlueEaglerobin_: You can't type anything there or you aren't getting any visual feedback when typing stuff there? (the latter is very common)01:06
NineTeen67Cometrobin_: When you type in the pw field, the cursor will not move .. it's a security thing .. it's reading your key strokes though ..01:06
bluefox83er, sync and refersh ranges01:06
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bluefox83*refresh01:06
robin_ok01:07
Feldma1CAN ANYONE PLEASE HELP ME?01:07
djm62Feldma1: yeah, but you need to put a \ before the space: "cd /mnt/Two\ Words/"01:07
UNDERsoNwhat is diferent in compiz and compiz vanila01:07
Feldma1k01:07
Feldma1thank you01:07
natural20bluefox83, no idea01:07
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djm62Feldma1: no need for caps, you're among friends ;)01:07
robin_It would be cooler if you could just choose nvidia in some options dialog01:07
BlueEagleunderson: I think people in #ubuntu-xgl can give you a definitive answer. One should be more stable but less supported than the other.01:07
UNDERsoNOn Ubuntu Glx amazine silence )01:08
Musashi328doesn't easyubuntu give the option to load the nvidia driver and edit the files for you or do you still have to edit the files01:08
FRETgood night all....01:08
BlueEagleunderson: ubuntu-glx or ubuntu-xgl?01:08
robin_Can I use wine to play my legal half-life 2?01:08
UNDERsoNBlueEagle ubuntu-xgl sory )01:09
BlueEaglerobin_: You might need cedega for that one as it's using direct-x afaik.01:09
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BlueEagle!cedega01:09
ubotucedega is a project based on wine, aimed at running windows games on Linux. For more info, see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/Cedega01:09
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geokokDo KDE libs load on startup at gnome once installed or only when a related app is lanched?PLease.....someone....:(01:09
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androidehello, i'm from the livecd and want to install grub on my/dev/hda01:09
androidehow i can do that?01:09
androidegrub-install doesn't works01:09
BlueEaglegeokok: QT is only loaded when an app requires QT. The same goes for sycoca.01:09
UNDERsoNMaybee somebody know chanel of xgl+compiz because on ubuntu-xgl silence01:10
geokokthanks blue!01:10
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BlueEagleandroide: You'll need to mount the partition(s) where you installed ubuntu and then bind mount /dev/ and /proc/ to the appropriate locations then chroot into the point where you mounted your linux filesystem and then you can run grub_install01:10
geokoksince u talk about xlg, aiglx seems to be able to do everything that xgl does in recent videos and developers say its better as a method01:10
Pulshiondoes anyone know any apps that display temperature, something like atitool + speed fan but for ubuntu, is there atitool for linux? i love that prog?01:10
androideok, let's try it01:11
BlueEagleandroide: The easier way is to get the alternat install cd which has got options for repairing your boot loader.01:11
androidehow i bind them?01:11
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androidei don't have that cds01:11
androidei will use the hard way01:11
BlueEagleandroide: mount -bind /dev/ /mnt/dev01:11
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BlueEagleandroide: assuming you mount your linux filesystem on /mnt01:12
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robin_now downloading legacy01:12
geokokis there a downside in enabling xattr for ext3 filesystem?01:12
androideok01:12
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redcardDarn.  Amarok 1.4.2 isn't out for PPC (at least not in a repo binary form)01:12
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g-nomehow can i make  a simple script for: a "going to dir ~/test/" and then "./tests" (it's a prog)?01:12
UNDERsoNWhen Ubuntu6.06+xgl would be released? not beta or so on01:12
redcardThe one that's up is held back01:12
acidianif Ive downloaded some drivers... how do I install them? XD01:13
BlueEagleunderson: As a general rule: Most people that use XGL and compiz are also found on #ubuntu-xgl as well as in here.01:13
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robin_XD01:13
ompaul!timetables01:13
BlueEagleacidian: It really depends on the driver in question.01:13
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about timetables - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:13
ompaul!timetable01:13
ubotuUbuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EdgyReleaseSchedule01:13
androideBlueEagle: when i try "mount -bind /dev/ /mnt/dev" doesn't works01:13
BlueEagleandroide: Ahh, that can happen.01:13
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eetfunkwhere can i find a good "command line ubuntu for dummies" tutorial?01:13
ompaulUNDERsoN, ^^ that is not going to happen in 6.06 but it will be in edgy not in universe but in multiverse01:13
BlueEagleandroide: not sure how I fixed that tho. :/01:13
acidianBlueEagle: its for my webcam, and there are 4 files, 2 without extension, one with extension .c and one with extension .h01:14
ompaul!CLI01:14
androide01:14
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about CLI - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:14
ompaul!cli01:14
ubotuThe linux terminal or command-line interface is very powerful. Open a terminal via applications -> accessories -> terminal (gnome) or kmenu -> system -> konsole (kde). Manuals: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BasicCommands01:14
acidianone of them is called makefile01:14
=== yango finds weird that searching for "Picasa for linux is slow" on google doesn't give good results... 8-)
Pulshiondoes anyone know any apps that display temperature, something like atitool + speed fan but for ubuntu, is there atitool for linux? i love that prog?01:14
geokokAs always the ubuntu community is great. Thanks all and good night!01:14
ebelOK, has anyone here install ubuntu on an iBook, and if so, do they know how to solve that damned bootloader problem?!01:14
BlueEagleandroide: you said you were installing on /dev/hda?01:14
DaemozPulshion: gkrellm01:14
mark06I'm having audio issues.  Can anyone help?01:14
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robin_GLX LEGACY installed :D now what please someone01:14
BlueEagleandroide: ok then you'll probably just need this: sudo mount -t proc /mnt/proc01:14
BlueEagleandroide: then you should be good to chroot and run sudo grub01:15
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BlueEagleandroide: I prefer using the grub command line instead of grub-install01:15
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BlueEagleandroide: I cannot guarantee that grub-install won't be confused by the chroot01:15
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zelevwhi..after an upgrade today I lost my window frames when running compiz...aiglx...is this happening to anyone else?01:16
acidianI need to compile the drivers first it seems01:16
androidei should "sudo mount -t proc /mnt/proc" after sudo mount -t [filesystem]  /dev/[myunbut'sinstalationdevice]  [mountpoint]  ?01:16
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UNDERsoNompaul UNDERsoN, ^^ that is not going to happen in 6.06 but it will be in edgy not in universe but in multiverse>> sory I heared that Ubuntu+xgl6.06 released in July01:17
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ompaulUNDERsoN, it was so it will not be included in that01:18
mark06hi all... I installed 6.06 and I don't have sound.  Can anyone help?01:18
ardchoille!restricted > ardchoille01:18
ompaul!timetable > UNDERsoN01:18
ompaulUNDERsoN, read the link the bot sent you01:18
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Kragnerac!ping01:18
ubotuping: unknown host01:18
BlueEaglemark06: Are you getting any error messages? Does ubuntu play a sound when you log in?01:18
Kragnerac!ping 127.0.0.101:19
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ping 127.0.0.1 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:19
Luks2BlueEagle,  me again hehe.. look http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/21679 i saw know that ubuntu's version isnt available.. but there is something in the homepage saying that i can run in the ubuntu if i install somethings, isnt it? (my english isnt very good, sory)01:19
Luks2now*01:19
mark06BlueEagle: no not at all01:19
zelevwhi..after an upgrade today I lost my window frames when running compiz...aiglx...is this happening to anyone else? it had been working flawlessly for 4 months...01:19
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Kragneraczelevw: I had the exact same problem. What card do you have?01:19
izm99jman, lupine: fyi: it wasn't the ram.  it was the xorg.conf.  >.<  doh.  thanks, anyways.01:19
BlueEagleluks2: I've never used that application so I really would not know. Also if it tells you to install something then I suggest you attempt to install what it's telling you to install and then try to compile or install the application again.01:19
BlueEaglemark06: no, not at all what? No error messages or no sound on login?01:20
zelevwkragnerac: centrino laptop...01:20
gb453how do i determine my driver name for wpa_supplicant?01:20
UNDERsoNzelevw try to run script which runing our comiz effect's ( thefuture like on wiki or so on)01:20
zelevwkragnerac: intel iSomething01:20
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Kragneraczelevw: i810?01:20
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mark06BlueEagle: I haven't heard one sound other than the beep from the motherboard when starting up01:20
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KragneracHmm.01:20
zelevwkragnerac: how can i tell?01:20
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Kragneraczelevw: Did you follow the guide on the ubuntu forums?01:21
zelevwkragnerac: it has been running flawlessly for 4 months...01:21
cojakHi, I just have a quick question. I cannot change the default "open with" program. (right-click -> properties -> open with tab) Any one else with the same problem?01:21
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Luks2BlueEagle,  ok.. but u know this application that there are in the site?01:22
BlueEaglemark06: I see. Have you got more than one sound card (ie. one integrated on the motherboard and one in a PCI slot)?01:22
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zelevwkragnerac:  VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 82852/855GM Integrated Graphics Device (rev 02)01:22
BlueEagleluks2: I haven't been to the site so I wouldn't know.01:22
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deltabwhy might my keyboard have started misbehaving? keys take two seconds to responnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd, annnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd sometimes repeat by themselveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeees01:22
Luks2BlueEagle, http://www.softimage.com/products/xsi/system_requirements/linux/Default.aspx01:22
BlueEagledeltab: System -> Settings -> Keyboard01:22
Kragneraczelevw: What did you upgrade?01:22
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ebeldeltab: I had a similar problem with a laptop keyboard. I gently removed the keyboard and cleaned all the crumbs out from inside it.01:23
robin_OHNO! how do I continue a bittorent transmission?!01:23
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hangfireis it possible to run ubuntu purely in command line mode?01:23
UNDERsoNhangfire yes01:23
Kragnerachangfire: CTRL+ALT+F101:23
deltabebel: including the ttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttwo-second delay?01:23
hangfirethanks Kragnerac01:23
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UNDERsoNdeltab you mesages is fun ))01:24
ebeldeltab: see if you have any accessibility keyboard options turned on. If not try cleaning it.01:24
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UNDERsoNtry to clean your keyboard01:24
robin_ OHNO! how do I continue a bittorent transmission?!01:24
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deltabmy USB DVB is no longer working either01:25
ompaulrobin_, start it again01:25
deltabthe keybbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbboard is PS/201:25
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jjholtanyone know of a good Xgl howto?01:25
UNDERsoNrobin_ if your clien can01:25
UNDERsoNrobin_ if your client can01:25
robin_it asks for a meta file01:25
ebelrobin_: what do you mean? normally you can resume a BT download...01:25
icemanWhats hyperthreading support like ?01:25
BlueEagleluks2: A) Your kernel should be newer than 2.6.11 (not sure why they include subversions tho). B) You're probably using xorg and not xfree86.01:25
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ompauldeltab, stop typing here now please and use the back space before you hit enter again or get a new keyboard thanks01:25
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cojakjjholt: http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Dapper#How_to_install_Xgl.2FCompiz_.28Nvidia.2901:26
R0binwhere is bittorrent's directory01:26
Luks2BlueEagle, i dont know what this means but.. thanks hehe :/01:26
BlueEagleluks2: However that might not matter. What you need to do is to make sure that the other required components are installed like libjpg, libncurses, fam-server or gamin, sed, texutils, fileutils, xinetd01:26
UNDERsoNompaul backspace can repeat to )01:26
dougalatercan some one direct me to the desktop forum... after my upgrades i cant get my desktop to come up...01:26
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ompaulUNDERsoN, and then you get to repeat the typing exercise again :) all good stuff01:27
R0binhey where is BT's directory01:27
Luks2BlueEagle, how i do this ?01:27
Luks2=/01:27
UNDERsoNR0bin use a good clien Azureus Ktortent Utorrent or so on01:27
BlueEagleluks2: try this: sudo aptitude install libjpeg libncurses fam-server texutils fileutils01:27
R0binok01:27
ompaulR0bin, when you set it to be usually home or desktop01:27
R0binso I have to restart the download?01:27
BlueEagleluks2: that should install anything that's missing or report an error about not being  able to find one of the packages.01:27
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ebelR0bin: no, normally you can resume it where you left off.01:27
icemanWhats Linux "Support for Hyperthreading like ?01:27
deltabompaul: yeah, becuase I'm enjoying that so much01:27
ompaulit will pick up hwere you left off - if you point it where the other file is01:27
BlueEagleluks2: also I assume you had root privileges when you attempted to install the app.01:27
BlueEagleluks2: You did have root privileges when you attempted to install, didn't you?01:28
Luks2yep01:28
R0binthanks01:28
deltabturning off autorepeat seems to have fixed that, but I still get a two-second delay01:28
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BlueEagledeltab: wireless?01:28
R0binbtw when I tried to enable nvidia thing the terminal tells me something about X1101:29
deltabno01:29
ironmcI am trying to install Lopster but I get a message saying I need GTK  After checking it seems I have GTK  any thougts  thanks01:29
BlueEagledeltab: ever spilt coke in your keyboard?01:29
deltaband not 600 000 km away01:29
deltabno01:29
doorironmc:  you probably need to install the development libraries01:29
ebeldeltab: is there another keyboard you can test? It could be the computer or the keyboard that's at fault.01:29
deltabit started doing this while I was typing01:29
cojakIs there a terminal command to manually change the default "open with" program?01:29
ironmcdoor: thanks I'll try that01:30
doorironmc:  search for them in synaptic01:30
BlueEagledeltab: Did you check system->settings->keyboard ?01:30
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ironmcYea I have it open already  thanks01:30
BlueEagledeltab: it should have settings for the initial delay.01:30
liketoprogramheya =)  this is a gnome/enlightenment question..      hello!   I'm wondering where/what to run, to edit my desktops in enlightenment. i currently have 2 desktops, with 2 screens each.  I would like  4x4  desktops of 4x4 screens, if possible.  i remember a long time ago editing/modifying this stuff but i forget how..  thank you!01:30
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doorironmc:  shiny01:30
ompauldeltab, the other option is that your machine is under heavy load - too many applications open, or something has gone funny in X you could restart X and see if it goes away01:30
Luks2BlueEagle,  i didnt have some apllication.. but i think that the linux intalled all that i asked now.. should i try to install now ?01:30
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deltabBlueEagle: I've turned autorepeat off01:30
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BlueEagleluks2: only if you want it installed would it be a good idea to try to install it now. :)01:31
eclipse_i hate linux....so damn confusing01:31
eclipse_i dont get the who apt-get thing01:31
eclipse_or what program to use01:31
eclipse_and things arent even loading for me...01:31
liketoprogrameclipse_ -- if you are patient with it it will pay off01:31
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icemanWow i'm impressed, Ubuntu overtook Debian in the IRC01:31
deltabBlueEagle: but there's still a two-second delay between pressing a key and programs responding to it01:31
Luks2BlueEagle,  ahhahahah, thanks for everything ;)01:31
liketoprogramit is the way of  the future =)01:31
dooreclipse:  what in particular is the problem?01:31
Luks2BlackHand,  i'll try now01:31
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BlueEagledeltab: Does this apply to all keys or just the function keys and the escape key?01:31
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ebeleclipse_: once you gety used to installing programmes with apt-get you'll never go back. :)01:31
deltaball keys01:31
quintinWhy do I have to add universe and multiverse each time I want to install something from there?01:32
eclipse_ebel:  but i dont get how to do it in the first place01:32
hangfireonce I get into commandline mode with ctl alt F1, how do I get back out into the gui? (I had to restart my comp to get out )01:32
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BlackHand?01:32
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BlueEagledeltab: Oh.. Is it the same in the console or is it just in X? (press CTRL+ALT+F1 to get the console and then press ALT+F7 to return to X)01:32
ebeleclipse_: apt-get install (programmename)01:32
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ebeleclipse_: and it's installed....01:32
deltabhangfire: they're not in or out, but side by side01:33
HeathenDani prefer aptitude01:33
eclipse_yea...but its not working...01:33
acidiananyone know how to edit boot.ini in windows to include a linux installation on another disk?01:33
deltabhangfire: the GUI is probably on alt-f701:33
BlueEagleeclipse_: alternately you can use the add/remove sofware application found in your system menu or synaptic which is a more advanced installer.01:33
eclipse_ebel: using terminal right...01:33
deltabor alt-f801:33
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hangfireok thanks deltab01:33
ebeleclipse_: yeah. What do you mean it's not working.01:33
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djm62eclipse_: what goes wrong? if you type "sudo apt-get install inkscape" where does it go wrong?01:33
eclipse_synaptic wont open...01:33
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dooreclipse:  are you using gksudo to open it? you do need to have superuser privileges...01:34
ebeleclipse_: does it give any kind of error message? Usuaully the error messages are descriptive.01:34
BlueEagleeclipse_: How do you attempt to start synaptic?01:34
R0binWhy can't I play DVD movies in VLC? :(01:34
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ootputany of you know where to place themes for gaim (2.00) ?01:34
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BlueEagler0bin: There's been an unfortunate incident with the person hosting cyberfunk.org (he held amongst other things libdvdcss iirc)01:35
Centaur5I'm having a hard time getting WPA to work on Dapper with my intel 3945 card.  Could anybody give me an idea what to do?01:35
eclipse_it says unable to lookup via ghostbyname(1)01:35
R0binSo there's no way to play dvd's?01:35
BlueEagler0bin: You'll need to get that from another source. (google libdvdcss.deb or something similar)01:35
eclipse_BlueEagle:  i try to do it through going to system on the top of the screen01:35
deltabBlueEagle: same in console, but while there I saw kernel messages about usb remote control events01:35
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BlueEagledeltab: Is it a PS2 or USB keyboard?01:35
deltabPS/201:35
deltab[5160530.128000]  dvb-usb: error while querying for an remote control event.01:36
BlueEagleeclipse_: are you prompted for a password?01:36
djm62eclipse_: have you edited /etc/network/interfaces at all?01:36
eclipse_BlueEagle:  no01:36
eclipse_djm62:  i dont know what that is....so no01:36
BlueEagledeltab: Have you got any USB devices that might cause that?01:36
kyjacan anyone tell me if there is an app that gives you indication of when someone connects remotly via ftp and ssh ? perhaps like an activity icon in menu like timuktu01:36
R0binthose nvidia drivers01:36
ebeleclipse_: can you use aptitude from the command line?01:36
R0binwhat is X1101:36
BlueEagleeclipse_: try this: press ALT+F2 to open the run-dialog and type: gksudo synaptic01:37
deltabBlueEagle: a dvb usb box that is no longer working01:37
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BlueEagleeclipse_: that should in theory open a password dialog.01:37
deltabsince this started01:37
BlueEagledeltab: It might be prudent to attempt disconnecting it. :)01:37
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deltabI unloaded the driver and the messages stopped01:37
ebelR0bin: X11 = graphics on linux. Linux is very modular, so the graphics part is a seperate part itself.01:38
deltaband the keyboard's back to normal!01:38
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eclipse_it didnt do anything01:38
BlueEagleeclipse_: if that doesn't work try removing ~/.sudo_as_admin_successful (press CTRL+H to show hidden files in the file browser)01:38
eclipse_it said on the bottom in a tab that it was opening...and then nothing happend01:38
ebelR0bin: you don't have to run graphics, e.g. many server don't, cause they don't need them and it's a waste. It's all about choice.01:38
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R0binOk, but if I want to play 3D games I have to use Nvidia-Glx right?01:39
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BlueEagleeclipse_: I see.01:39
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BlueEagleeclipse_: Did you remove .sudo_as_admin_successful from your home directory?01:40
eclipse_ok i deleated it01:40
BlueEagleeclipse_: ok, try running: gksudo synaptic again01:40
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R0binI get lots of Xlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0.0".01:40
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ebelR0bin: yeah you'd need hardware accelerated graphics to play some games.01:40
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BlueEagler0bin: what does glxinfo or fglrxinfo tell you?01:40
R0binw8 :)01:41
BlueEagler0bin: ..and did you install the ATi drivers as described in !ati?01:41
BlueEagle!ati01:41
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto01:41
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R0binMaybe I'll have to "otherwise edit manually /etc/X11/xorg.conf to change the Driver section"01:41
BlueEagleeclipse_: any luck?01:41
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quintinI have installed some KDE apps in default ubuntu01:42
quintinand I can't find them on desktop sometimes01:42
eclipse_still didnt work01:42
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Inzoyhello01:42
BlueEagleeclipse_: ok. Open a terminal and type: ps aux|grep synaptic01:42
blay_'ello all01:42
Musashi328quintin sometimes you have toadd them manually to the menu01:42
Inzoyneed some help, anyone available?01:42
Inzoy*problem with wpa01:43
BlueEagleeclipse_: how many lines did that return? (please don't past all of them in here)01:43
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BlueEagleubotu: tell inzoy about anyone01:43
Luks2BlueEagle, the same problems =/01:43
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Luks2BlueEagle, but very thank you.. u tried anyway :] 01:44
Musashi328brb01:44
eclipse_it didnt return any lines01:44
BlueEagleluks2: Try the softimage support channels then. :)01:44
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Luks2ok01:44
Inzoyi cant get wpa to work on my wlan connection01:44
javierssG01:44
BlueEagleeclipse_: ok. then try: ps aux|grep apt01:44
eclipse_unable to lookup via ghostbyname (1)01:44
javierssHi, i have a problem im not install the flash plugin anybody said the name of the package of plugin flash of firefox in the repositories01:45
BlueEagleeclipse_: Ehh.. Are you running off the live cd?01:45
BlueEagleeclipse_: Either that or something serious is wrong with your system.01:45
eclipse_no its installed...01:45
R0binI can't get this to work! :(01:45
Inzoyi tried using wpa_supplicant01:45
ebeljavierss: I think the name is libflash-mozplugin or similar01:46
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javierssebel thns01:46
eclipse_i tried to reinstall...but it wouldent do it01:46
uniohow do i get a java runtime enviorment? i tried the java.com site (in the downloads section that was listed for 'Manual Install' when 'Install missing plugins...' couldn't install a JRE. i couldn't find a package either >_<01:46
eclipse_i put the cd in and it wouldent boot and instal01:46
eclipse_and it wont read the cd rom01:46
eclipse_says some bs01:46
doorunio:  I would suggest automatix01:46
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UNDERsoNSomebody Tell me I asked on Ubuntu-Xgl and on #Xgl noone don't tell me what is diferent in compiz and compiz-vanilla01:46
uniodoor: thanks, i'll look it up and install it =)01:46
R0binwhen I try glxinfo | grep rendering it returns lots of errors HELP01:47
threeunio: I hate to sy this and it may start a flame war but Automatix will do it01:47
BlueEagleeclipse_: Please put your /etc/hosts file on pastebin01:47
doorunio:  here's the line for your /etc/apt/sources.list01:47
Inzoygood documentation on this matter is nowhere to be found01:47
doorunio:  deb http://www.beerorkid.com/automatix/apt dapper main01:47
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R0binlike this Xlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0.0".01:47
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eclipse_how do i do that?01:48
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threeR0bin, are you totally updated, there was a really bad xorg update not too long ago01:48
doorInzoy:  this may sound like a stupid question, but do you know for a fact that your card is automatically supported by linux?01:48
doorInzoy:  if not, you might have to install ndiswrapper01:48
Inzoyit is supported01:48
doorah01:48
Inzoyit works perfectly01:48
shrayhi, I think the ubuntu livecd I am using is unable to use gparted to partition my harddrive during the installation01:48
R0binI don't know!01:48
don_jrwhich would be easier for me to learn to use being a totla newb to ubuntu, bash or zsh?01:48
shrayit seems to lag on the partition manager screen01:48
doorInzoy:  shiny...sorry, I don't know what to say, then...01:48
R0binI downloaded all the latest updates01:48
shrayany ideas what to do ?01:48
bur[n] ershray: qtparted via kubuntu? :)01:49
Inzoybut just on open and wep-protected networks01:49
threeR0bin: ok, do you have your graphics driver installed01:49
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shraybur[n] er: I think I'm having trouble finding the mount point for my SATA drive01:49
R0binNvidia-Glx01:49
shraybur[n] er: It detects the size of the drive and the name in the system analyzer but I can't seem to find the mountpoint01:49
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BlueEagleeclipse_: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=91455&page=2 and http://www.ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-188337.html might help01:50
threeR0bin: are you sure it installed correctly, I had the sme problem when I recently installed and it ws because I didn't get the driver installed right01:50
Zebedeeis anyone there???01:50
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R0binok' I'll re install it01:51
thrghpti'm back01:51
Inzoyany ideas? its not worth downgrading the network security for that matter01:51
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theineshray: where do you see the correct size is detected?01:51
bur[n] ershray: mount points don't matter when partitioning... partitioners don't care if something is mounted or not01:51
BlueEaglezebedee: Did you actually have a question?01:51
unioYES! it worked :D, thanks door and three :)01:51
shraytheine: the screen before the qparted one..01:51
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shraybur[n] er: so how else can I install this thing? =)01:51
ebelbur[n] er: some partitioners care. It's always good to have it not mounted before partitioning.01:52
threeR0bin: I used Automatix, but I know Bumps has it in there also, try one of those01:52
bur[n] ershray: try qtparted... sometimes gparted can't read windows created partition tables01:52
R0binwhere01:52
threeR0bin: it'll save you some typing01:52
BlueEagle!automatix01:52
ubotuAutomatix is a script that automates installation of some items. Use at your own risk. For help with and discussion of automatix please join #automatix.01:52
eclipse_ok...thanks ill take a look01:52
shraybur[n] er: can I apt-get install that in livecd mode?01:52
R0binI use the packet mangaer lol01:52
bur[n] ershray: try it :)  no idea01:52
bur[n] ershray: and try unmounting as suggested01:52
kyjacan anyone tell me if there is an app that gives you indication of when someone connects remotly via ftp and ssh ? perhaps like an activity icon in menu like timuktu01:53
ebelshray: yes you can apt-get stuff in the livecd.01:53
R0binSo when I have the latest GXL, what do I do next three?01:53
ZebedeeI have a query, how do I change my username from oem to my own name and officially join ubuntoo  :-)01:53
bur[n] ershray: sudo umount -a  <--this unmounts all drives01:53
bur[n] eror gksudo I suppose if yer a gui guy01:53
threeR0bin, you should be redy to go then01:53
bur[n] er:)01:53
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R0binCan I test with a app01:54
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threer0bin: glx gears is  good test01:54
modplug_how can i fix this? cgwd-themes: Depends: cgwd (>= 0.54) but 0.53 is to be installed01:54
R0binok01:54
threer0bin: im not sure of the commnd tho01:55
ebelZebedee: by editing /etc/passwd you can change your username,.01:55
kyjaZebedee: sudo oem-config-prepare01:55
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R0binno 3d screensavers work at all01:55
kyjawhen it reboots its like you baught it preinstalled at a store01:55
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R0binwhen I first installed ubuntu it worked but 2 slow, now it doesn't work at all!!01:55
unioactually; it doesn't work. it installed and everything, but still won't run java applets >_<01:55
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ebelSweet mother of crazy install. The installer is seriously broken for powerpc.01:56
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R0binthree, "sudo nvidia-glx-config enable " ?01:56
thrghptsome message flashed by after I hit reboot after upgrading to dapper... i'm having some problem retrieving repository indexes or somesuch01:56
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eletidohow would I go about getting an application into the Ubuntu repos?01:56
don_jrebel get the alternate CD and use the text installer, that's what I had to do to get it to run.01:56
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eletidowhat is the process there?01:56
threer0bin: you are at the end of my knowledge01:56
ppdhello. it's me again. I've enabled xdmcp in that gdm config program but still nmap tells me that port 177 is closed. how can that be?01:56
ebelI mean totally fecked. you have to manually create the boot partition thing.01:56
c|onemandoes ubuntu live not have 'make' ?01:56
R0binhow do I restart X01:56
R0bin11 xD01:56
threer0bin: crtl alt backspace01:57
R0binok01:57
quintinmy USB does not seem to be working properly.  Any ideas what I can do ??01:57
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gnomefreakc|oneman: you need to install build-essential01:57
Zebedeethanks i will try but am a bit lost in a non ms system :-)01:57
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c|onemanis that available on the live one>01:57
c|oneman?01:57
edgarinHi to all01:57
edgarinI have a problem with XGL01:57
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modplug_how can i fix this? cgwd-themes: Depends: cgwd (>= 0.54) but 0.53 is to be installed01:57
theinequintin: could be more specific?01:58
thrghpt:)01:58
theinequintin: ...you...01:58
gnomefreakc|oneman: its in the main repo not on the cd01:58
rsktry removing cgwd and cgwd-thems first01:58
pgavinok, everyone try this:      dd if=/dev/zero bs=1 count=201:58
pgavin(don't worry, nothing bad will happen)01:58
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ootputhow do tell ubuntu to _not_ make .Trash folders on a partition after a deletion?01:59
modplug_rsk: yeah i tried that, didn't work01:59
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robin_3d screensavers works now01:59
rsk=(01:59
km0ti0nI'm following a howto of the wiki, I'm building a kernel for use with XEN from here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/XenVirtualMachine/XenOnUbuntuDapper01:59
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km0ti0nAfter I make  the kernal it sy to run "sudo debchange"02:00
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doorquintin:  what is the problem?02:00
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patientfoxhey has anyone troubleshot the issue of no issue in the nonfree flash plugin for firefox from multiverse?02:00
km0ti0nbut it errors as the no debian/changelog file02:00
patientfoxno sound issue, even02:00
acidianbah, hate this grub thing02:00
km0ti0nwhat should one have in debian/changelog to make ti run?02:00
acidiansecond time I reinstall now02:00
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quintindoor: my usb wifi adapter not working properly02:00
Ash-Foxpatientfox, odd, I have flash here.02:00
doorquintin:  how so?02:01
patientfoxyeah its weird... last time i installed, on this very computer02:01
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robin_I REALLY WANT TO THANKS EVERYONE WHO HELPED ME HERE LOL 3D NOW WORKS02:01
quintindoor: it says raw device not the right stuff02:01
Ash-FoxLet me check which repository I got it from.02:01
patientfoxi went and installed the same package and had sound out of the box02:01
patientfoxi think i did02:01
doorquintin:  huh...that's foreign to me. was it a long error message?02:01
patientfoxmy sources.list may be different.. but it still has all the multiverse junk02:01
quintindoor: uh, it just doesn't work.  usb devices don't have lights02:01
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Ash-Foxpatientfox, got it from multiverse/web02:02
doorquintin:  that's...odd. is it all usb devices or just that one?02:02
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patientfoxis there a way to explicitely fetch from that repository?02:03
patientfoxim pretty new to apt-get..02:03
quintindoor: all02:03
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acidiansay what you will about windows, but atleast they use a boot system that works XD02:03
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_Spire_patientfox: fetching a package from a specific repository?02:03
gustavoldhow can I print the even pages of a pdf file?02:03
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Ash-Foxpatientfox, I just use adept, but you can use sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree02:03
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modplug_where can i find a cgwd version >=0.54?02:04
doorquintin:  what flavor of ubuntu are you running?02:04
quintindoor: 6.06 lts02:04
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doorquintin:  so not kubuntu or xubuntu?02:04
quintindoor: no02:05
gnomefreakmodplug_: 1st off the latest for dapper is .61 sencond can you please ask in #ubuntu-xgl02:05
doorquintin:  you might try restarting the gnome-volume-manager application02:05
gnomefreaksecond*02:05
quintindoor: how?02:05
modplug_sure, np02:05
doorpress <alt>F202:05
theinequintin: also check the output of "dmesg" in a terminal window02:05
doorquintin:  <alt>F2 *should* bring up a dialog to let you enter a command to run a program02:06
quintindoor: ok.  then what02:06
doorquintin:  type gnome-volume-manager and hit enter, then try again. also, after that, do try theine's suggestion02:06
Bo1Hi, does anyone know if theres a file equivalent to local.start that I can put commands that'll run on startup?02:06
patientfoxhmmm no dice02:07
doorBo1:  for what window manager/desktop environment?02:07
patientfoxthats the plugin i had installed originally02:07
Bo1gdm02:07
quintintheine: what am I checking for?02:07
patientfoxi wondering if there's some supporting lib im missing...02:07
doorBo1:  sorry...no idea02:07
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patientfoxi installed the mp3 stuff02:07
theinequintin: any USB related error messages02:07
Bo1=\02:08
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gustavoldthere isn't any app wich support printing even files ?02:08
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doorquintin:  also, what kind of wireless usb device is it?02:08
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quintindoor: it's not supported by default, but that's not the issue.  the issue is it won't show up with lsusb or in device manager02:08
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theineBo1: do you want to execute the commands when you boot your system or when you log in?02:09
doorquintin:  insert it, then in a terminal do dmesg|tail02:09
Bo1when i log in02:09
jndo i need to open a port for weather report, it is not updating..02:10
Newby876does somebody know how to get wpa_supplicant to start automatically when booting?02:10
quintinusb disconnect address 302:10
quintinover-current change on port 102:10
theinequintin: aha02:10
theinequintin: try the following02:10
quintinnew full speed usb device using uhci_hcd and address 502:10
_Spire_Newby876: add it to /etc/modules02:10
quintinbut still no lights...02:10
theinequintin: remove the device; execute "sudo rmmod ehci-hcd" in a terminal; and plug the device back in02:11
relachsNewby876 where did you get wpa_supplicant from? i have only wpasupplicant02:11
ootputis it possible for gnome music player to track changes in more than one folder?02:11
_Spire_Newby876: just start a terminal and type "gksudo gedit /etc/modules" and hit enter and type "wpa_supplicant". then save and reboot02:11
quintinI can't do a iwlist scan either02:11
quintinif anyon ehave recommendation for something that works for wirelss without being PITA I'd appreciate it02:12
deltabgustavold: it might be unsupported in CUPS02:12
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deltabgustavold: which would be the obvious place to put it02:12
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doorquintin:  did you try the sudo rmmode and all?02:12
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door*rmmod02:12
theinequintin: what's the exact iwlist command your executing?02:12
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quintiniwlist scan02:12
Newby876Spire: ok. I have only added ndiswrapper to that file. So I should add wpasupplicant as well?02:13
quintinthis is really getting to me02:13
theinequintin: that's not the right syntax02:13
quintinI thought linux maybe ready for desktop02:13
_Spire_Newby876: yup02:13
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KrakensDenquintin, that's a touchy subject02:13
kaotHi folks.  Just got compiz running.  Where's the best place to go for resources on themes, configuring, neat tricks, and all that?02:13
theinequintin: try "iwconfig" and look whether it recognizes any wireless interfaces02:13
Newby876Spire: can i also put the command options for wpasupplicant there?02:13
doorquintin:  it's not linux that's the problem...it's that a lot of hardware companies don't release the specifications for their devices02:13
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quintinKrakensDen: shrug.  easy answer is, it's not.02:13
kaotoh I see more folks are having fun with wifi.  mwaha02:14
quintindoor: until a whole lot of stuff "just works" it's not ready, whoevers fault it is02:14
quintinfor advanced users it's cool02:14
_Spire_Newby876: ...sorry. I wasn't thinking right. You're using wpasupplicant, right?02:14
quintinbut not for a windoze user02:14
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deltabquintin: sometimes it seems that Windows isn't ready either :-)02:14
theinequintin: i.e. any interface that doesn't report "no wireless extensions."02:14
Newby876spire: yes02:14
quintinyou know, like grandpa and grandma02:14
_Spire_Newby876: Sorry - I gave you the wrong directions :P02:14
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jndoes anyone use weather report, the gnome panel02:14
Newby876spire: no problem02:14
quintintheine: no, no wireless devices02:14
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DarthShrineDo the Ubuntu kernels have ipv6 compiled in?02:14
kaotquintin: don't forgot, grandma and grandpa had to be initially set up and tutored by someone else, too.02:14
kaot(under windows even)02:14
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Newby876spire: thanks for trying to help02:14
deltabquintin: my boss can't access shares I make available on my machine, yet I can access his, and we're both using XP02:14
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KrakensDenDarthShrine, yes02:15
theinequintin: then you're wireless card probably isn't recognized02:15
_Spire_Newby876: edit /etc/init.d/rc.local02:15
DarthShrineKrakensDen, Thanks02:15
ProN00bdoes anyone garantee that ubuntus repositorys are virus free ?02:15
quintinit was recognized earlier today02:15
doorProN00b:  linux is generally very virus-free02:15
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KrakensDenProN00b, Canonical is in charge of that02:15
quintindeltab: you are probalby not using simple file sharing02:15
KrakensDenProN00b, all of the packages are signed as well02:15
theinequintin: could you perhaps paste the output of iwconfig in #paste ?02:15
marshall_ProN00b:  i dont know if anybody can guarantee that02:15
_Spire_Newby876: (gksudo gedit /etc/init.d/rc.local). then get a blank line, then type the wpasupplicant, options and all02:15
ProN00bKrakensDen, do they like garantee me ?02:15
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quintindoor: no, doing that now02:15
NemesisUKdeltab, you got simple file sharing enabled because if so disable it02:15
_Spire_Newby876: save and reboot.02:16
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ProN00bdoor, good joke02:16
quintintheine: there is no output.  just no wireless extentios02:16
fangoriousi seem to have lost the cube/rotate compiz plugins02:16
quintinNemesisUK: actually it should be enabled02:16
marshall_ProN00b:  but the chance of you catching any kind of virus on a linux system is very slim, and i doubt it would be from any official distrobution repo02:16
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ndeehey there, anyone knows a good php ide for ubuntu? would be nice with FTP support, etc.02:16
theinequintin: is this a PCMCIA wireless card?02:16
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ootputhow do i get gnmoe to repopulate it's menu after installation of a package?02:16
quintindoor: what is rmmod to remove/  uhcpi something osmething02:16
quintintheine: no, usb02:16
Mnovicki dont normally even bother anyone in IRC chat. but does anyone know a a free IRC server under the GNU licence?02:16
NemesisUKquintin, nope it's a pain in the a*se and file sharing is better without it02:16
KrakensDenndee, try bluefish02:16
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doorProN00b:  *i* think it's comparatively virus-free...i haven't had any problems with that since i switched form windows02:16
quintinNemesisUK: ehm, it's easier with it.02:17
theinequintin: oh, well that shouldn't surprise me...02:17
marshall_ootput:  alacarte menu editor02:17
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Newby876spire: thanks, i will try that!02:17
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NemesisUKit's more controllable then without it02:17
doorquintin:  theine suggested it earlier...rmmod will remove the current driver module and perhaps let you try reloading it or installin g anew one02:17
marshall_ootput:  the program may be hidden, or the package you used to install the app may not have made a menu entry02:17
ProN00bdoor, want me to send you one ? ^^02:17
BadwayCan anyone help me setup an ATI Mobility 7500 in X?02:17
theinequintin: have you tried rebooting? I had similar issues with USB recently on Debian unstable and that always fixed it02:17
doorProN00b:  i'll take a pass on that, thanks02:17
KrakensDenProN00b, the packages are signed, you can fiddle with what you accept in synaptic02:17
quintintheine: yes.  not working now..02:17
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quintindoor: what do I rmmod ?02:17
ProN00bmarshall_, i was just wondering if Canonical takes responsibility for something like that02:18
marshall_ootput:  generally though the menu will repopulate itself immediately, or you can press ctrl+alt+backspace to restart X and GNOME02:18
KrakensDenProN00b,  if you buy support, why yes they do02:18
theinequintin: so it's not working since the last reboot?02:18
marshall_ProN00b:  yeah what KrakensDen02:18
marshall_said02:18
quintintheine: it's not working period.  it was closer to working before though02:18
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KrakensDenProN00b, which is as much as anyone does02:18
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doorquintin:  i honestly don't remember. do you have any special indication of when somebody says your name?02:18
doorin your program02:18
ProN00bhokay, KrakensDen02:18
quintindoor: when it is first ilne02:19
marshall_door:  what irc app are you using?02:19
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ootputmarshall_, ah no, turns out i was looking in the wrong spot.. it was there after all :D02:19
theinequintin: not sure if i like your tone, i'm just trying to help02:19
doorright...well, look for those. it's in one of them, not by me02:19
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doormarshall_:  irssi, why?02:19
marshall_ootput:  lol ok02:19
quintintheine: er, excuse me?  "tone"?  what "tone"02:19
marshall_door:  some irc apps have name highlighting and some dont. irssi is a terminal app right?02:20
dooryup02:20
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doormarshall_:  yup02:20
SomeUbuntuDudehi can someone help me with an nvidia issue? i seem to have a "kernel module" version 7664 (wtf?) and a glx 8762... is there a way to fix that so I can go back to X?02:20
theinequintin: why don't you just say whether it stopped working since the last reboot or not, instead of "it's not working period"?02:20
marshall_door:  ok, im using xchat and it has name highlighting. so when somebody says marshall_ in any chatroom it will alert me by flickering02:20
bbrazilmarshall_: fyi irssi has hilighting by default02:20
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quintintheine: by not working period, I mean the wireless doesn't work at all.  it is stuck in ad-hoc mode before.  now, it won't show up in any form at all, whereas before, I could at least list APs that were in area and it did more02:21
marshall_bbrazil:  so if it isnt working for door they must ahve turned it off02:21
vdepizzolHow can I take a screenshot of the ubuntu main menu?02:21
doormarshall_:  shiny. i was just wondering that about somebody else's program so that i could direct hir to where to search for a response02:21
theinequintin: what's before?? an hour ago, yesterday, last week?02:21
SomeUbuntuDudenobody? come on, I even tried apt-get remove nvidia-glx and nvidia-kernel-module and it's still not working...02:21
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marshall_vdepizzol:  press print scrn to take a screen shot of everything on your screen at the moment02:21
deltabvdepizzol: open it and press the Print Screen key02:21
doormarshall_:  irssi flashes the person's name, and i've never used another irc client, so I just don't know these things :-)02:21
marshall_door:  lol ok02:22
quintintheine: yesterday / earlier today02:22
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quintinI am trying rmmod uhci_hcd and it will not reutrn anything02:22
quintintaking forever to execute02:22
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SomeUbuntuDudeor at least someone knows how to remove that dang nvidia kernel module so I can do dpkg-reconfigure and it reinstalls itself correctly?02:22
deltabmarshall_: hmm, the key doesn't seem to work while the menu's open02:22
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theinequintin: ok, so first I'd install network-manager-gnome, which will give you an nice gui interface for logging on to wireless networks, and then reboot02:22
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doorSomeUbuntuDude:  can you open aptitude (sudo aptitude)02:23
vdepizzolmarshall_: when I try to press save, the menu disappear02:23
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quintintheine: there is already something installed for that... and another one from KDE, but I'll install that as well02:23
quintintheine: it's not installed by default?02:23
kyjacan anyone tell me if there is an app that gives you indication of when someone connects remotly via ftp and ssh ? perhaps like an activity icon in menu like timuktu02:23
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: opened02:23
Mnovickwhy dont you just use apt02:23
theinequintin: no, it's not02:23
vdepizzoldeltab: it doesn't work02:23
deltabvdepizzol: yeah02:23
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  if you can, then press "/" to search for the word "nvidia"02:23
Mnovicksudo apt-get install nvidia_glx02:23
marshall_vdepizzol:  i think as soon as you press the print scrn button it takes the shot, so it doesnt matter if the menu closes after02:23
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: nvidia-kernel-source pops up02:23
deltabvdepizzol: choose Accessories / Take screenshot, then immediately press alt-f102:24
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  press "n" to go to the next thing with "nvidia" in it02:24
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  wait02:24
marshall_deltab:  what version of ubuntu are you using?02:24
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  *don't* go on02:24
KrakensDenMnovick, you mean nvidia-glx02:24
Mnovickyea02:24
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Mnovickkeyboard sticks02:24
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deltabmarshall_: dapper02:24
vdepizzolthank's, deltab02:24
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: oh, well that was the first thing it did when I typed nvidia in the box thing02:24
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  now, pres "_" to mark it for complete uninstallation02:24
Mnovickjust making a suggestion for atleast he can get back into x02:24
OnceAnyone have Xorg 7.1 running in Dapper?02:24
kyjacan anyone tell me if there is an app that gives you indication of when someone connects remotly via ftp and ssh ? perhaps like an activity icon in menu like timuktu02:25
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marshall_deltab:  so you open the menu and press print scrn and what happens?02:25
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: with everything I find pressing "n" ?02:25
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  and then press "g" and then "g" again to to uninstall it02:25
BadwayCan anyone help me setup an ATI Mobility 7500 in X? (Ubutnu Dapper on a IBM T42)02:25
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  depends. are you just trying to remove that one module?02:25
deltabmarshall_: nothing happens: the menu stays open, and the save screenshot window doesn't open02:25
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marshall_deltab:  odd.02:26
deltablooks like the menu captures and throws away the keypress02:26
drbreenATI is utter crap02:26
quintinATI pwns u02:26
deltabalt-tab also doesn't work when the menu's open02:26
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SomeUbuntuDudedoor: I want to delete -everything- nvidia-related so I can install nvidia again from the repositories, as if it was a clean ubuntu install02:27
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anemiat1anybody knows how to start gnumed?02:27
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doorSomeUbuntuDude:  Aha. well, in that case, press _ to mark that one, "n" to go on to the next one, _ to mark it, n to go to the next one, etc. *Then* press g twice to do that. But I would make note of everything you remove so you can remember what to reinstall later!02:28
acidianBadway: try the http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Ubuntu_Dapper_Installation_Guide02:28
acidianworked for me, but not the same card/notebook02:28
quintintheine: please see http://pastebin.ca/14965602:29
quintindoor: please see http://pastebin.ca/14965602:29
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SomeUbuntuDudedoor: Ah, I see... alright, gimme a few :)02:29
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!lilo:*! new connects temporarily suspended, please bear with us02:29
BadwayThanks acidian, i'll geck it out02:29
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  shiny. good luck!02:30
kyjacan anyone tell me if there is an app that gives you indication of when someone connects remotly via ftp and ssh ? perhaps like an activity icon in menu like timuktu02:30
theinequintin: what's your wireless interface called?02:31
doorquintin:  hmmm...interesting. however, unfortunately, i don't have much experience with wireless stuff outside of ndiswrapper02:31
theinequintin: eth1,eth2,...?02:31
doorquintin:  so i will be unable to help you. sorry02:31
quintintheine: wlan002:31
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!lilo:*! finished up, access restored02:31
quintindoor: ndiswrapper is what I'm using !02:31
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doorooh02:32
theinequintin: ok, try "sudo iwconfig wlan0 mode managed"02:32
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SomeUbuntuDudedoor: alright, it removed linux-386 and some restricted modules. If I choose to reinstall those, it gets nvidia-kernel-common too. Will it work if I accept it?02:32
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kyjaeth1 is my wifi with bcm430602:32
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doorquintin:  what i mean is...i just don't have experience with having to manually configure it. sorry02:32
quintintheine: tchyea, duh :)  that has not worked though02:32
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quintintheine: gimmie a sec, mike's machine is booting02:32
quintintheine: installed that gnome thingie too02:32
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doorSomeUbuntuDude: yikes! you *need* to reinstall linux-38602:32
Lk2hello!02:32
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doorSomeUbuntuDude:  I don't know whether it will definitely work02:33
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: figured xD, but it gets nvidia-kernel-common automatically oO02:33
hedohedo02:33
kyjacan anyone tell me if there is an app that gives you indication of when someone connects remotly via ftp and ssh ? perhaps like an activity icon in menu like timuktu02:33
kyja:/02:33
hedohedo02:33
quintindoor:  =)02:33
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  *but* it is definitely worth a try02:33
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SomeUbuntuDudedoor: Okay, thanks a lot ^^ I'll try reinstalling then reboot :)02:33
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  Good luck!02:34
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SomeUbuntuDudedoor: thanks :) kudos to you :P02:34
surgyhi02:34
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  well, kudos if it works, maybe ;-)02:34
quintintheine: I have a new network icon on my systray that has network stuff, but only shows wired connection02:34
kyjaI must be invisible.02:34
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: Oh well, if it doesn't I'll come back :P I miss X, 'cause I'm an X-Men (?) alright, brb :P02:34
quintintheine: omafosdfijefld;jfoepj9p ds;02:34
dakAD'lo. really quick nooby question: is /share/firefox/chrome/userChrome.css the userChrome that applies to my account?02:34
theinequintin: are you also using ndiswrapper on this machine?02:34
quintintheine: just rebooted and it's in managed !!!!02:34
quintintheine: WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.  maybe..02:35
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doorkyja:  you aren't...however, sometimes people take a li'l while to respond. i, for example, just don't know the answer02:35
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quintintheine: wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee now I have to get it on "mike" instead of "2wireblahblah"02:35
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kyjadoor: thank you =] 02:35
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theinequintin: that should be straightforward I hope02:35
doorkyja:  well, np. i hope some guru here knows the answer :-)02:35
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Newby876spire: thank you very much! Wpa_supplicant now works automatically at booting02:36
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kyjaindeed.02:36
quintinthemaybe..02:36
quintinwhy does ubuntu not have normal net devices in /dev like ohter stuff?02:36
Musashi328kyja most servers you can turn on looging at it will log all connections02:36
Bloody_Angeli need help about wireless net. i cant open pages, when i ping my router, it says network unreachible, but yesterday it worked, i tried to connect today and i couldnt02:36
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theinequintin: good question02:37
jnweather report (gnome panel) doesnt want to update do i need to open a port for it?02:37
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quintintheine: I think it say 2wire is open, and mike is encrypted.  it's other way around..02:37
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kyjaMusashi328: good point. perhaps if I have to I can create my own "last line monitor"02:37
theinequintin: hmm, what happens if you tell network-manager to connect to "mike"02:38
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quintintheine: we'll see in a second...02:38
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quintinthis stuff is so screwy.  hopefully once all is set up mike will have a usable linux desktop thoug02:39
Musashi328kyja: you want to see it displayed on your desktop?02:39
dakADdoes ~/ mean my home directory?02:39
theinequintin: my guess is that ndiswrapper is to blame02:39
quintintheine: it is "activating interface "wlan0"" now... it did that forever before....02:39
jaywhat is the apt command to upgrade to another distro release?02:39
kyjayeah something that would simply say "<nick> has connected cia ssh"02:39
kyjavia02:40
doordakAD:  yup!02:40
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dakADdoor: thanks02:40
kyjaI just need to know who connect/disconnect with what ftp/ssh02:40
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quintinwould something inthe router here for some reason not be giving dhcp lease ?  or do I need to do something special to get ip via dhcp?02:40
aSt3raLwhats a shortcut key to change workspaces?02:40
doordakAD:  ~ is an abbreviation that will be automatically expanded in most programs to "/home/dakAD" (or whatever)02:40
UKMattwhat are scripts?02:40
Shadowpillaris it too late to suggest drivers for edgy?02:40
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Shadowpillaror packages02:40
Musashi328anyone know the name of the desktop applet app that you can add applets to monitor different things on teh desktop02:41
dooraSt3ral:  in what WM?02:41
Lunar_Lampok - really silly question here - how, using xchat, do i see the user-list for users in a channel?! I can't find the option...02:41
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aSt3raLgnome02:41
ShadowpillarI have one I'd like to see in edgy02:41
theinequintin: what's your usb wireless card called btw?02:41
Bloody_Angelcan anybody help me? my wireless don't work. i entered my IP but i cant surf02:41
dakADthen ~/.mozilla/ should be filesystem --> home/dak/.mozilla? only i can't find it :-(02:41
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UKMattanyone know a good site explaining what a script is/how to write one02:41
dooraSt3raL:  i *think* that it's control+shift+(direction key)02:41
Musashi328kyja-give me a minute let me check something02:41
quintintheine: http://pastebin.ca/149656 it is listed there.  WRUB-2011i I think02:41
aSt3raLnope didnt work02:41
quintintheine: it is still on 2wire02:41
doorUKMatt:  google "advanced bash scripting guide"02:42
kyjaMusashi328: thank you.02:42
Musashi328np02:42
ShadowpillarBloody_Angel: what's your card?02:42
apatonI want to install Postgres-7.4,but apt-get want to install Postgres-8.1. How do I get apt-get to install the older version - thx02:42
Bloody_Angeld-link02:42
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aSt3raLits control alt direction key heh02:42
acidiananyone know how to compile a driver?02:42
acidianif one has the source02:42
illovaebonsoir :)02:42
aSt3raLfirgured it out myself :p02:42
doordakAD:  first, it's important to note that it's */home/whatever/.mozilla* (with a / in front)02:42
NickGarveyacidian: I expect the documentation for the driver will say02:42
illovaeeuuh hello :)02:42
SomeUbuntuDudeYay door! you rule, kudos :P it worked :D though it's working it's kinda uneasy, that the X restarts about 3 times, and then displays an error about "the startup interface looks like it's crashing, reverting back to a standard greeter" (translating from Spanish). dpkg-reconfigure gdm would work, or it's something external?02:42
dooraSt3ral:  word02:42
acidianNickGarvey: it doesnt :/02:42
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ShadowpillarBloody_Angel: what model?02:42
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  it couldn't hurt to try!02:43
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SomeUbuntuDudedoor: alright :D, hope it works ^^02:43
theinequintin: you might wanna look into other wireless cards... ndiswrapper is just a giant hack really02:43
Bloody_AngelShadowpillar: d-link dwl-51002:43
Musashi328kyja-you running gnome or kde02:43
kyjagnome02:43
Musashi328ok02:43
doordakAD:  also, what are you using to look for it?02:43
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SomeUbuntuDudebrb02:44
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ShadowpillarBloody_Angel: http://www.xs4all.nl/~bsamwel/dwl-510-on-linux-2.6.html try this02:44
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dakADdoor: i submitted a bug for all in one sidebar, and the author asked me to edit my userchrome.css; i just wanted to make sure i was editing the correct one, as i'm new to linux. hmm, i just found .mozilla through the command line, but it's not there in the GUI filebrowser02:44
Mauhi! is there a terminal that seem like games console?? they apear from the top of the screen...02:45
doordakAD:  aha! here's the thing:  dot-files are hidden files02:45
BlueEagledakad: press CTRL+H to show hidden files in nautilus02:45
WarboDoes anyone know how to make Realplayer work a little better? Totem refuses to play a video, GXine plays it, but can't navigate through it and when the connection broke half way through I have to start it from the beginning. Realplayer can skip through, but doesn't actually display anything :(02:45
doordakAD:  so in a file browser you need to set the option to show hidden files02:45
dakADoh for the love of god. i hate being new to an os02:45
WarboMau: There is one like Quake02:45
doordakAD:  you'll get used to it :-)02:45
WarboMau: I forget it's name02:45
MauWarbo, great, what is?02:45
gnomefreakdoor: ctrl+h will show them too :)02:45
Mauwarbo, ... rsrs thanks anyway02:45
BlueEagledakad: Atleast you're asking sensible questions. :)02:45
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gnomefreakoops02:46
gnomefreaknot door byt dakAD02:46
gnomefreakbut02:46
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Warbo!info tilda02:46
ubotutilda: Linux terminal which behaves like terminals in shooter games. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.09.1-1ubuntu1 (dapper), package size 33 kB, installed size 148 kB02:46
ShadowpillarBloody_Angel: http://rtl8180-sa2400.sourceforge.net/ there is a linux driver here for it, but if you're not a friend of compiling stuff, the ndiswrapper stuff might be the thing for now.02:46
doorgnomefreak:  well, now i know too 8-)02:46
Shadowpillaris it too late to suggest packages for edgy?02:46
dakADah, yes, there it is. thank you very much everyone :-)02:46
gnomefreakShadowpillar: file a bug on the package you would like to see or ask in #ubuntu-motu02:47
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doordakAD:  they're just hidden by default because most people don't want to look at config files all the time02:47
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BBlinkKhow do i set a module to load on boot?02:47
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quintinit seems I cannot "SET" things for my wireless device .... any ideas ?02:47
WarboBBlinkK: Put it in /etc/modules02:47
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Mauwarbo, i think that i found. its name is kuake02:47
BBlinkKi dont have a /etc/modules02:47
Warbo!info kuake02:48
ubotukuake: Console which looks like Quake game console. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.3-5 (dapper), package size 44 kB, installed size 244 kB02:48
Warboah, that's the one02:48
BlueEaglebblinkk: it should be a file that contains the names of modules to be loaded at boot time.02:48
WarboMau: I did suggest "tilda"02:48
BlueEaglebblinkk: gksudo gedit /etc/modules02:48
WarboI see, I didn't look through all of the results of "apt-cache search quake" :)02:49
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Mauwarbo, i found that too ehe he thanks!02:49
surgyjosh?02:50
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BBlinkKdoh! thanks blueeagle, i was looking for it as a dir02:50
BlueEaglebblinkk: :)02:50
jni need help with weather report, it has yet to update02:50
quintinOk, I am going to try to manually set my wirelss settings02:51
quintinwhat is the default broadcast for me going ot be?02:51
quintinis 192.168.0.x net02:51
kyjaMusashi328: sac ?02:51
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BBlinkKim having such a hard time... my laptop crashed, my server crashed... so i bought a macbook and installed ubuntu on the server, so I got two new OS's to learn, even though I know everything about windows02:51
kyjaMusashi328: almost sounds like that I think. its a login accounting system.02:51
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WarboBBlinkK: You know everything about Windows? Can you please tell Xine developers how WMV works please, my video is playing badly :)02:52
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jn-i have the no one wants to help me blues02:53
BBlinkKthats the problem, wmv doesnt work :)02:53
FurryNemesisjn?02:53
WarboExactly02:53
BBlinkKit doesnt even work in windows02:53
quintinBBlinkK: yea just stick with windows and send me that crappy macbook02:53
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BBlinkKhah, this is the best laptop ive ever owned02:53
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jn-FurryNemesis: ive been asking the same question for the last 45min and have yet to get acknowledged untill just now.. weather report (gnome panel) does not update, why not?02:54
WarboIt's either WMV or realplayer, but both stream so I can't skip bits (realplayer can skip through realplayer files, but it doesn't actually display the video so there is no point)02:54
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jirkahi, could please someone help me with sound?02:54
raghu206My system is compaq presario sr1130.while logging out the screen becomes blank and nothing appears on the screen.i can only hear the sounds of logging in and out.pls solve the problem02:54
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jn-raghu206: dual boot?02:55
anthony_hello.  say I have a movie file playing in VLC02:55
BlueEagle!u02:55
ubotuUnless you're Dutch, the letter 'U' is not a pronoun.  If you want to be taken more seriously, please bother to type out the extra letters in "you".  The same goes for "why", "because", "anyone", and so on..02:55
raghu206jn-, yes02:55
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user01how are you supposed to use an ipod with ubuntu?  if you copy songs onto the ipod, they dont show on the ipod meny02:55
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jirkapleeze02:55
Warbo!info gtkpod02:55
ubotugtkpod: manage songs and playlists on an Apple iPod. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.99.2-1ubuntu2 (dapper), package size 480 kB, installed size 1988 kB02:55
BlueEagleubotu: tell user01 about ipod02:55
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jn-raghu206: and i bet you installed the latest ati drivers for that nice radeon xpress 200m correct?02:56
anthony_** hello.  say I have a movie file playing in VLC, how can I then get another movie to load into that window, and replace the file already playing, by default?02:56
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dakADok, another question: i tried to d/l totem-gstreamer-firefox-plugin 1.4.1, but it says it needs gstreamer 1.4.1, but i have 1.4.3. is this something im doing wrong, or something wrong with the package/universe/thingy?02:56
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raghu206jn-, no i did not do that02:56
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R0binHi again!02:56
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: nope, hasn't worked. GDM's logfile shows this twice: AUDIT: Fri Aug 25 20:53:18 2006: 4650 X: client 3 rejected from local host <- might be useful?02:56
kyjaMusashi328: well sac is close but I dont think it deals with the remote connections.02:57
Warbouser01: If you bothered to notice, then you would find that Mac and Windows do exactly the same thing. The iPod is a storage device, but special software is needed to update it's playlists. Did you ever open "E:" (or whatever the hell Windows decided to call it) in Explorer and drag files across?02:57
jirkaplease, someone with sound??????????????02:57
R0binCan someone post a guide to get DVD TO WORK02:57
WarboR0bin: Do you live in the US?02:57
R0binno02:57
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  have you changed the GDM artwork?02:57
WarboOK, then02:57
Warbo!dvd02:57
ubotuSee http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html. Libdvdcss can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages02:57
R0bin!dvd ?02:58
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dvd ? - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:58
Warbo!ubotu02:58
ubotuI am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbotuUsage02:58
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: not at all, has been the same since I configured it (way when nVIDIA was working before I tried to mess it up :P)02:58
WarboMy video has almost reached the point where the connection cut off. I may unmute it in a second02:58
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  weird...well, I am no expert. do you have access to a terminal?02:58
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: yup, I'm on X right now thanks to you :P02:59
Musashi328kyja I sent you a pm02:59
R0binI like this OS more than XP02:59
R0binseriously02:59
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jn-raghu206: i gotta run, set full scale in ati mgr program.. full scale mode.02:59
jn-gl02:59
dougalateri can sign on  login and access consoles..tried updating the xsever upgrade bug...still cant access my desktop..02:59
lmosherCan anyone suggest a program to mount and/or convert .img (with .ccd and .sub) CD images?02:59
dougalatercan someonehelp me..02:59
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WarboI have no idea what the hell format those CD images are in. ".img" is NOT a description03:00
SomeUbuntuDudeIsn't that a CloneCD format?03:00
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  well, you would've gotten there. but thanks for the credit :-) . hmmmm. So GDM is just not working?03:00
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lmosherWarbo, I'm sorry you haven't heard of it. It's a comon format.03:00
[Nige] helllo all03:00
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lmosherSomeUbuntuDude, yes03:00
raghu206jn-, what do u mean?03:00
SomeUbuntuDudethere :P03:01
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plAnadecUhi03:01
Warbo"sudo mount -o loop cdimage folder" mounts images03:01
plAnadecUany of you know a regexp to catch url in a <a href="url">url</a> tag? thanks in advice03:01
rob138is there an amarok 1.4.2 packaged for dapper anywhere?03:01
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[Nige] does anyone use keytouch for the multimedia keyboards?03:01
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: Hehe :) - Nope, the greeter with themes for being more specific. Standard GDM greeter works perfectly03:01
Warbolmosher: But what the hell IS it? You gave me a dot and three latters, not a format03:01
jah_raztahwhich channel offers support for user using edgy eft?03:01
Warbo'ubuntu+103:01
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: I thought dpkg-reconfigure gdm would do it, but it didn't03:01
Warbo#ubuntu+103:01
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Warbobrb03:02
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dougalaterirc desktop channel?03:02
whaleyX isn't starting... I'm receiving the following error: "Failed to load /usr/lib/xorg/modules/extensions/libGLcore.so"  "Failed to load module GLcore"  the libGLcore.so module is in the specified directory and seems to have been touched on 8/21.  Any ideas on what might have happened?  X worked fine before that.03:02
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whaleyis there a way to have apt-get rollback?03:02
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whaleyand where can i find out what packages may have been installed on that date to cause that file to be updated03:03
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doorSomeUbuntuDude:  maybe try dpkg-reconfigure gdm ubuntu-artwork03:03
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WarboWow, just saw Ubuntu on BBC :)03:04
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R0binWHOAH03:04
_Spire_Warbo: :)03:04
doorSomeUbuntuDude: and then ctrl+alt+backspace to restart the x server03:04
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SomeUbuntuDudedoor: alright03:04
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doorSomeUbuntuDude:  sorry, i'm not really sure what packages it is (I don't use gdm anymore)03:04
tom_sorry to interrupt, but can anyone tell me how to set up one user to run in english, and a second user to run in another language? i've already downloaded the language pack, but when i do it, it affects all users. thanks.03:05
lmosherWarbo, Sorry I wasnt exactly sure, but I did confirm it's a cloneCD image.03:05
rummikis this xorg update sefe?03:05
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lmosherAnyone know how to mount/convert a cloneCD image?03:05
quintinOk, my wireless is now associated with my router, but I can not connect to the internet03:05
R0binWhy would it be illegal to watch my own movies?03:05
quintinany ideas what to check ?  I can connect to the internet on another machine plugged into the router03:05
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shererehi, any 1 can help me?   im new on linux, i install ubuntu 6.06.1 on OEM mode and when it ask for a user password i put it, but after install i dunno the user name03:06
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BlueEagler0bin: It wouldn't.03:06
WarboI had a CD in "CD Mage" format once. I just ran CDMage in WINE to make an ISO9660 image :)03:06
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Sidebarhello03:06
R0binok03:06
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: you rule once again xD thanks a LOT :D :D :D it worked ^^03:06
Lathiatsherere: oem mode you setup the password on first boot?03:06
sherereyes03:06
Lathiatbut you forgot it?03:06
sherereit only have 1 boot03:06
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Lathiatwell what youd need to do03:06
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Lunar_Lamp[02:06]  <sherere> hi, any 1 can help me?   im new on linux, i install ubuntu 6.06.1 on OEM mode and when it ask for a user password i put it, but after install i dunno the user name <== did you type in any name or anything?03:07
Lathiatis boot into recovery mode03:07
Lathiat(when the boot loader menu comes up, counts down 3.2.1 hit escape)03:07
sherereno,, i doun forgot it,, i dunno the username, cuz the installation dont ask it03:07
Lunar_LampLathiat: it's the username he doesn't know, not the password03:07
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  Awesome! I'm glad I could help!03:07
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BlueEaglesherere: The default username for a oem install is: oem03:07
LathiatLunar_Lamp: yeh, and?03:07
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BlueEaglesherere: ...or so I'm told.03:07
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shereregood ill try oem03:07
bertastartkeylogger03:07
shererethx,, brb03:07
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quintinDUH03:07
quintinDNS03:07
quintinHELLO QUINTIN03:07
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quintinUSE YOUR HEAD BIG GUY03:07
bertastartkeylogger03:07
SomeUbuntuDudedoor: and you really did, been having that nvidia problem for two days already ^^ thanks a bunch, good luck and all that =) bye :D03:08
doorSomeUbuntuDude:  laters!03:08
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tom_sorry to interrupt, but can anyone tell me how to set up one user to run in english, and a second user to run in another language? i've already downloaded the language pack, but when i do it, it affects all users. thanks.03:08
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DigitalNinjaWhat is rotating /var/log/mail.log? I looked in /etc/logrotate.d and it's not inthere.03:08
wookienzhi, i am trying to use rythmbox but getting codec errors. haveing been through the website and install all the liraries i am still having no luck. any offers for help?03:08
Warbowookienz: Are you sure you got the gstreamer0.10-XXXX packages, and not just the libraries (those packages will automatically get the libraries anyway)03:09
Lathiatwookienz: Are you tryign to play MP3s?03:09
wookienzyes03:09
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shererethx, oem work!!   cya!!03:09
wookienzto mp3 q03:09
Lathiathttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats03:09
Lathiatsee that03:10
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grigoracan anyone tell me why I can't get a lame encoder working with banshee on Ubuntu? thanks03:11
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mrproperIs it safe to upgrade xorg now or no?03:11
WarboCan Banshee encode? Wow03:11
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acidianwhere is the kernel file?03:11
tom_sorry to interrupt, but can anyone tell me how to set up one user to run in english, and a second user to run in another language? i've already downloaded the language pack, but when i do it, it affects all users. thanks.03:11
grigoraWarbo: it encodes ogg just fine, but mp3 is problematic03:12
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WarboI just didn't know it can do that03:12
robin!dvd03:12
ubotuSee http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html. Libdvdcss can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages03:12
raghu206I have managed to screw my installation. When I boot my computer everything seems to work fine. I can login, use all the programs etc.. But when I logout,the login screen does not come back, although it seems that gdm is running.In fact, if I just press the enter key, it produces the warning sound, which is produced when authentication failure (wrong user name/password is given).Even, if I type my user name, press enter and type my password, press enter,03:12
raghu206it looks like that a new session starts, the same music, when a new session starts, can be heard. However, the screens remains the same, no change whatsoever. I have also tried to kill the Xserver, by CTRL-ALT-Backspace.It seems that the xserver is killed but I am again back to the same problem.Only way I have is to go to a console login, CTRL-ALT-F1, and then do areboot, by sudo reboot, which is very annoying.03:12
quintintheCore: it works.  wtf03:12
quintintheCore: worn gperson03:12
wookienzwarbo, yeah i got all the ones that the website suggested.03:12
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longwaveacidian: /boot/vmlinuz-*03:12
robinThis is starting to get annoying I can't install 50% of the codecs03:12
Warboacidian: The kernel is /boot/vmlinuz-XXXXXXX03:12
Deaigo703:12
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wookienzLathiat, i have seen that site and installed all the packages suggested03:12
acidianthanks :)03:12
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rob138is there an amarok 1.4.2 packaged for dapper anywhere?03:13
Warbo!amarok03:13
ubotuamarok is an audio player for Linux with an intuitive interface. The latest version is 1.4.2 and packages are available for Kubuntu at: http://www.imbrandon.com/2006/08/23/get-it-hot-amarok-142-released/03:13
quintinOk, so the problem now is I cannot change the access point that the wifi card is associated with.... any ideas ... ?03:13
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blockycan someone tell me how I could capture audio being streamed thru flash from a website03:14
robinhey I can't watch dvd's what do I do!!03:14
WarboCan someone please test xteddy, and see if it comes up all white?03:14
BlueEagleraghu206: Have you attempted to restart the X-server? Hit CTRL+ALT+BACKSPACE to do that. Sounds like a problem with your video card. Which video card have you got and which driver are you using?03:14
blockyie. somewhere in alsa03:14
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anemiat1whats the url to pastebin?03:14
Warbo!pastebin03:14
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)03:14
robinlol03:15
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tom_does anyone know if its possible to allow one user to run in one language, and a second user to run in a second language? thanks.03:15
BlueEaglerobin: Are you getting any errormessages about missing libdvdcss?03:15
anemiat1I am getting this plz help http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/2168303:16
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robinyeah03:16
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robinI try to install some codecs works other dont03:16
BlueEaglerobin: Then you'll need to install libdvdcss03:16
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grigoraI get the following warning when banshee starts: Warning: [8/25/2006 6:15:32 PM]  (Could not verify encoder profile) - Pipeline profile 'Lame MP3' will be unavailable: GStreamer pipeline 'lame' could not be run. any ideas?03:16
TLEI need a command for a script that, if given a directory path shows the name of the top directory, so giving it /home/me/doc would return doc, any ideas03:16
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robinfrom where03:16
robin!dvd03:16
ubotuSee http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html. Libdvdcss can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages03:16
robinI can't find it there03:17
grigoraTLE: basename?03:17
dan_are there pre compiled drivers for ubunto/nivida geforce 440 drivers and if so where do I get them?03:17
Warbogrigora: It says you don't have a module called wxPython. Look through Synaptic or something for that package03:17
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BlueEaglerobin: It is usually found in the repos hosted by cypherfunk.org however that repo is down and seems to continue to be down for a while.03:17
grigoraWarbo: where do you see that?03:17
WarboBlueEagle: I read on Newsforge that it has been shut down03:17
grigoraWarbo: or do you just know the warning?03:17
Warbogrigora: Bottom line03:17
BlueEaglewarbo: I went directly to cipherfunk.org03:18
UbuntuBantuHi, I've been trying to copy data from one hdd to another (ntfs->ext3) and find the copy operation stalls after a few gb.  Anyone come across this?03:18
WarboI suppose that is coming out of my sources.list then03:18
raghu206BlueEagle, 82845G/GL[BROOKDALE-G] /GE CHIPSET INTEGRATED GRAPHICS03:18
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robin2 bad03:18
tom_does anyone know if its possible to allow one user to run in one language, and a second user to run in a second language? thanks.03:18
BlueEagle!caps03:18
ubotuPLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.03:18
grigoraWarbo: bottom line of what I pasted?03:18
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quintinBlueEagle: please don't be an idiot03:19
robin*lol*03:19
Warbogrigora: Yes: " ImportError:NomodulenamedwxPython"03:19
quintinBlueEagle: kthnx.03:19
eigenlambdaBlueEagle: lol03:19
Lunar_Lamp[02:18]  <UbuntuBantu> Hi, I've been trying to copy data from one hdd to another (ntfs->ext3) and find the copy operation stalls after a few gb.  Anyone come across this? <== i suppose as a quick and dirty work around it wouldn't be feasible to just do it in smaller chunks? i.e. many copying operations each of 1gb each?03:19
eigenlambdaBlueEagle: nice03:19
robinIs there winrar for linux?03:19
grigoraWarbo: this is what I posted: Warning: [8/25/2006 6:15:32 PM]  (Could not verify encoder profile) - Pipeline profile 'Lame MP3' will be unavailable: GStreamer pipeline 'lame' could not be run03:19
eigenlambdarobin: yes03:19
robin:D:D:D03:19
Warborobin: No, but there is file-roller03:19
Warbo!rar03:19
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uboturar is a non-free archive format created by Rarsoft. For instructions on accessing .rar files through the Archive Manager view https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FileCompression. There is a free (as in speech) unrar utility as well, see !info unrar-free03:19
grigoraWarbo: where do you see wxPython?03:19
robinok03:20
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quintinWarbo: uh, there is rar for linux03:20
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max_any help on getting a usb memory stick mounting on boot ?03:20
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dan_Robin there is a winrar for linux it is available atthe winrar site03:20
Warboquintin: Not winrar though03:20
dibblegois it possible to burn a CD from the command line?03:20
quintinmax_: plug it in03:20
eigenlambdaquintin: lol... you mean through wine?03:20
TLEgrigora: Ohh yes, thank you , I thought it would have to be made with some complicated expression but this is much better03:20
Warbooh, I didn't know03:20
robinit works with ubuntu?03:20
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quintineigenlambda: uh, no, I mean rar.03:20
eigenlambdalol ya03:20
dan_Robin yes03:20
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Warbogrigora: Are you "shiv@ubuntu"?03:20
robinnice :D03:20
eigenlambdathe command line utility03:20
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grigoraWarbo: no03:20
grigoraTLE: welcome03:20
Warbogrigora: Oh, I have the wrong paste03:20
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quintinWarbo: uh, right.  debating semantics is dumb. :)  of course no winrar for linux, since the 'win' is for windoze03:21
WarboOops, I double clicked an X03:21
RaziekielShould my swap drive be 2x my ram?03:21
h2how can i mount an iso image?03:21
robincommand line only 2 bad :(03:21
eigenlambdawin is for wine03:21
grigoraWarbo: no worries, but I would still like to get lame working with banshee, any ideas?03:21
Warboh2: "sudo mount imagename.iso folder-where-you-want-it -o loop"03:21
quintinwhoever is having rar prolems migt want to look at 70zip03:21
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deltabquintin: there was going to be WinAmp for Linux03:22
h2Warbo, thanks03:22
robinCan I somehow play my legal Half-Life 2 now when I have the nvidia drivers working? :D :D :D03:22
House_whenever I try to open phpmyadmin, it doesnt open in firefox03:22
jman8888Can somebody help me? On my server i messed something up and now php files want to download...03:22
quintinRaziekiel: just let the installer pick your stuff out.  512mbyte is ok03:22
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robinhow does the wine stuff work03:22
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robinis there a channel for it03:22
UbuntuBantuAnyone? --> I've been trying to copy data from one hdd to another (ntfs->ext3) and find the copy operation stalls after a few gb.  Anyone come across this?03:22
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WarboWinAmp for Linux? XMMS used to be called X11Amp :)03:22
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wubrgamerhey uys03:22
wubrgamer*guys03:22
quintinjman8888: /join # apache03:22
wubrgameri have a question about SSH03:23
deltabWarbo: but is entirely separate, except in UI design, right?03:23
TLEbtw, that grub error 17, does that refer to the partition where the boot directory is on or one of the partition in the menu.lst ?03:23
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quintinwubrgamer: just ask03:23
SillyZgood evenin03:23
robinHi03:23
Warbodeltab: Oh yes. It can load WinAmp skins, but so can loads of WinAmp clones03:23
raghu206Warbo, I have managed to screw my installation. When I boot my computer everything03:24
raghu206seems to work fine. I can login, use all the programs etc.. But when I logout,03:24
raghu206the login screen does not come back, although it seems that gdm is running.03:24
raghu206In fact, if I just press the enter key, it produces the warning sound, which03:24
raghu206is produced when authentication failure (wrong user name/password is given).03:24
raghu206Even, if I type my user name, press enter and type my password, press enter,03:24
raghu206it looks like that a new session starts, the same music, when a new session03:24
raghu206starts, can be heard. However, the screens remains the same, no change03:24
raghu206whatsoever. I have also tried to kill the Xserver, by CTRL-ALT-Backspace.03:24
raghu206It seems that the xserver is killed but I am again back to the same problem.03:24
SillyZstill torn between xfce, gnome or kde.... argh! cant make up my mind, theyve all be so beatufully done03:24
raghu206Only way I have is to go to a console login, CTRL-ALT-F1, and then do a03:24
deltabWarbo: as opposed to being the winamp source code ported to Linux03:24
raghu206reboot, by sudo reboot, which is very annoying.03:24
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robinspam03:24
acidianIm suppose to use a "make" command to compile these drivers03:24
acidianbut I cant find a command called make03:24
wubrgameryeah, so i've got a ubuntu laptop and desktop, and i can't ssh into my other account while in in the other account on my laptop, so basically, i'm trying to log into account b from account A on my laptop03:24
wubrgamerhow do i log onto account B while i'm still using account A ?03:25
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wookie.nick wookienz03:25
quintinwubrgamer: man su03:25
wubrgamerman su ?03:25
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quintinacidian: install build-essential package from synaptic03:25
TLEUbuntuBantu : No.. which copy util do you use, do you have acces and enough space ?03:25
WarboWOW! That is the longest non-pasted block of messages I have ever seen in IRC :)03:25
quintinwubrgamer: yes.  is that too complicated for you?03:25
wubrgameryou asswipe, i didn't ask for a man page for switch user03:26
wookienzim loving ubuntu, it is my first real hack at getting rid of winblows. however the screen doesnt appear all that nice and clear then when i boot in windows. is there other graphics drivers i can load to make it appear more crystal clear?03:26
wubrgamerman, this support channel has gone way too down hill03:26
quintinwubrgamer: follow toc please03:26
UbuntuBantuTLE: I've tried copying using midnight commander and also krusader.  more than enough room (target drive is empty and same size03:26
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Warbowubrgamer: System>Quit>Switch User03:26
wubrgamerno, i'm trying to SSH03:26
empcwubrgamer, install the ssh server03:26
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empc:x03:27
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wubrgameri am running the sever03:27
WarboOh, SSH. I don't know that03:27
wubrgamer*server03:27
quintinwubrgamer: ssh -u03:27
wubrgamer-u ?03:27
quintinwubrgamer: or ssh -U  man ssh03:27
quintinwubrgamer: yes.  for 'user'03:27
empcssh user@server03:27
wubrgameryou said man SU03:27
dibblegowubrgamer, please do not call names; most of us are beyond pre-school03:27
quintinwubrgamer: may be ssh -l for login03:27
wubrgamersorry, i'm just sick of being told to read man pages and to RTFM03:27
sparkleytoneok ... i have a video capture device connected...it uses the bttv drivers, which seem to be loaded just fine03:27
TLEUbuntuBantu : How about acces, does it stall at the same point ?03:27
wubrgamerthank you03:27
sparkleytonehowever... /dev/video0 does not exist...03:27
empcwubrgamer, have u tried ssh user@server ?03:27
wubrgameryeah03:28
sparkleytonei have the v4l modules enabled for X1103:28
Warbosparkleytone: I have that problem03:28
wubrgameryeah i did03:28
grigoradoes anyone know what could cause this warning: Warning: [8/25/2006 6:15:32 PM]  (Could not verify encoder profile) - Pipeline profile 'Lame MP3' will be unavailable: GStreamer pipeline 'lame' could not be run? thanks!03:28
sparkleytoneanyone know where to start with my video issues?03:28
sparkleytonei really want to get mythtv up and running03:28
empcdo you have a firewall? wubrgamer ?03:28
Warbosparkleytone: I just couldn't be bothered to look into it. Tell me if you get it fixed :)03:28
sparkleytonetonight03:28
UbuntuBantuTLE:  no problems accessing the ntfs or ext3 partitions03:28
wubrgamerotherwise ssh automatically tries to log me in as account A, which is my laptop account03:28
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TLEUbuntuBantu: does it stall at the same point ?03:29
Warbo!info xteddy03:29
ubotuxteddy: a cuddly teddy bear (or other image) for your X desktop. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.0.2-2.1 (dapper), package size 298 kB, installed size 484 kB03:29
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eternalswdwubrgamer, I came in after you listed your problem, could you repost the issue?03:29
UbuntuBantuTLE: nope it is random, usually after a few gb have been copied03:29
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House_i try to get into phpmyadmin, but firefox wont open the "PHTML file"03:29
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WarboHmm, I have the latest version of xteddy03:30
nu=D03:30
wubrgamerno03:30
lostincHas that xserver bug been fixed?03:30
dibblegolostinc, yes, a few days ago03:30
Warbolostinc: Yes I think. I am not sure since my Xorg is screwed anyway03:30
TLEUbuntuBantu: That sound freeking wierd, I have myself copied weel over 15 GB with mc without a hickup03:30
deltabHouse_: the server should be running the PHP and sending HTML03:30
lostincLOL okay :)03:30
lostincIll give it a download03:30
House_how do i check if php is running?03:31
House_i assume its not03:31
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deltabHouse_: the server config needs to be changed to do that03:31
wookienzis there any other graphic dirvers to make my screen appear a bit more clearer?03:31
WarboHouse_: ps -ax ?03:31
wubrgameri just want to know how to SSH into another account on another linux account, paul is on BOTH machines, i'm trying to login under account forestpakr03:31
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sparkleytoneit seems that /dev/video0 refuses to create itself03:31
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sparkleytoneanyone?03:31
deltabHouse_: create a .php file and access that03:31
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TLEUbuntuBantu: It sound like some sort of a memory problem, but I have never heard of such a thing with the copy function03:31
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dibblegowubrgamer, ssh user@host03:32
dougskowubrgamer: ssh USER@server.com03:32
wubrgameri did03:32
empcwubrgamer, type ssh forestpakr@server03:32
wubrgameri did03:32
deltabsparkleytone: are the relevant drivers loaded?03:32
UbuntuBantuTLE: problem described in more detail here - I'm not the only one experiencing it :(:  http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=21296403:32
eternalswdwubrgame, did you make sure that the user was set up correctly for ssh access?03:32
sparkleytonei think i found the issue03:32
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wubrgameri don't know03:32
empcit asked for a password wubrgamer ?03:32
wubrgameri just made the account03:32
wubrgameryes it did03:32
sparkleytonei need to add "alias video0 bttv" to modules.d for bttv03:32
wubrgamerit askes for a password03:32
sparkleytonedeltab, yeah they are loaded03:32
wubrgamerpaul@laptop:~$ ssh forestpark@192.168.1.15003:32
wubrgamerforestpark@192.168.1.150's password:03:32
wubrgamerPermission denied, please try again.03:32
wubrgamerforestpark@192.168.1.150's password:03:32
wubrgamerPermission denied, please try again.03:33
wubrgamerforestpark@192.168.1.150's password:03:33
wubrgameroh sry, should pastebind03:33
empcwubrgamer, did u set a password for that account?03:33
Warbosparkleytone: Maybe file a bug somewhere, because I have that issue03:33
DigitalNinjawhat's the sotry with /etc/cron.daily/sysklogd?03:33
sparkleytonehmmm...maybe not03:33
wubrgameryes03:33
wubrgameryes i did03:33
sparkleytonebrb, rebooting for good measure Warbo03:33
empc: |03:33
Warbok03:33
dougskowubrgamer: can you ssh into any other machines?03:34
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crouchingmonkeyid like to change my screen res to 1280x1024 but i cant find it and i already edited the xorg.conf03:34
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dibblegowubrgamer, check /etc/ssh/sshd_config on the host machine03:34
FurryNemesisis the GCC compiler in the repos broken or am I not doing something right?03:34
wubrgameru can ssh into my NORMAL account03:35
dougskowubrgamer: can you log into 192.168.1.150 using forestpark as the username and whatever you have as a passwd?03:35
wubrgamerno03:35
House_is php5 the latest version?03:35
WarboWould running Edgy's deskbar-applet in Dapper cause any major issues?03:35
dougskowubrgamer: log in locally i mean03:35
wubrgameri can ssh in under my normal username03:35
dibblegowubrgamer, then almost certainly a sshd_config issue03:35
wubrgameryes i can03:35
dougskowubrgamer: yeah its gotta be something in your config03:35
dougskoalthough i dont know what it could be03:35
dougskothat sounds wierd03:35
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wubrgamerhmm03:36
wubrgamerweird03:36
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UbuntuBantuTLE: the copy operation starts off like a bull in a china shop and then seems to run out of steam after a few gb03:36
dougskowubrgamer: maybe restart ssh?03:36
empcyou right dougsko :x03:36
wubrgameralright03:36
wubrgameri'll check it out03:36
wubrgamerwell03:36
wubrgamerthank you03:36
wubrgameri thnik i can take it from her03:36
dougskowubrgamer: /etc/init.d/ssh restart03:36
wubrgamere03:36
TLEUbuntuBantu: LOL :: Is it over network03:36
wubrgamerkay03:36
jman8888What are all the php4 packages. I uninstalled some and screwed my installation03:36
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UbuntuBantuTLE:  nope, my post is the last on the page i referenced03:37
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Warbo!enter03:37
ubotuPlease don't use the "enter" key as punctuation! It spams the channel and can be annoying.03:37
TLEUbuntuBantu: Oh sorry didn't read that far.. brb03:37
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Nitrobass24anyone around?03:38
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aneglusyep03:38
jman8888Hello? What is everything needed for php to run?03:38
aneglus?03:38
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pitio!ati03:38
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:38
aneglusa server03:38
tjcarterWarbo: what\ndo\nyou\nmean\n?03:39
burningfireHello, I can run startx but I cannot run gdm -- something's weird03:39
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aneglusburningfire: try /etc/init.d/gdm start as root03:39
doorburningfire:  do you have access to a terminal right now?03:39
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burningfiredoor: yes03:39
burningfireaneglus: yes, it crashes on that03:39
Nitrobass24im new to linux and im planning on installing ubuntu server on my currently xp sys and want to know if theres anything important i need to know going into this? Will it recognize my raid0 that i setup in windows?03:40
doorburningfire:  hmm...what error does it give you?03:40
aneglusburningfire: well something wrong with you xorg.conf...03:40
grigorawhat do people use to talk to ipod on linux?03:40
doorburningfire:  but startx works, you say?03:40
burningfireaneglus: nope, startx works, but then after gnome-session starts it blows up -- cpu goes to 100%03:40
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FurryNemesisanyone know if the debian sarge precompiled package for clamav is compatible with dapper? Just checking,,,,,03:40
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eternalswdwubrgame check /etc/ssh/sshd_config you may need to add to AllowUsers if PermitRootLogin is set to no03:40
aneglusgrigora: I think that is the most supported mp3 player in the linux world03:41
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wookienzwhat command is it to tell what graphics chipset my laptop is?03:41
doorFurryNemesis: is the one in the ubuntu repos out of date?03:41
mark06Hi all ... does anyone know how to get sound in 6.0603:41
doorwookienz:  first, install pciutils03:42
mark06?03:42
empcgrigora, gtkpod03:42
wookienzdoor, for a laptop?03:42
doorwookienz:  then in a terminal, do "lspci"03:42
FurryNemesisdoor, by 0.2 versions I think03:42
eternalswdmark06 it depends on the hardware03:42
doorwookienz:  seems to work on mine03:42
TLEUbuntuBantu: Damn... That is wierd... Well trouble shooting that one is way beyond my abilities, the best I can offer you is a workaround03:42
burningfireHow do I remove everything related to xorg and re-install it all ?03:42
mark06I have sound on my motherboard03:42
doorFurryNemesis: ah. well, i don't know. sorry03:42
grigoraaneglus: which is?03:42
grigoraempc: how about banshee?03:42
FurryNemesismeh, I'll just use something else03:43
wookienzdoor, thanks. found it03:43
doorburningfire: does the GDM give you an error message when you try to start it?03:43
doorwookienz: shiny!03:43
FurryNemesisany recommendations?03:43
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mark06eternalswd, I have sound on my motherboard03:43
empcgrigora, i don't like banshee03:43
aneglusaneglus: actually all decent players support ipod...03:43
Warbo!info wine03:43
ubotuwine: Microsoft Windows Compatibility Layer (Binary Emulator and Library). In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9.9-0ubuntu2 (dapper), package size 8578 kB, installed size 40460 kB03:43
aneglusgrigora: banshee give it a try...03:43
eternalswdmark06, that's not quite specific enough, do you know the model?03:43
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mark06eternalswd, it's a socket 775 board by ASRock03:44
LuakagonHi. I want to listen to something and edit a file with Audacity but it can't grab the audio driver, help me somebody :(03:44
aneglusgrigora: just search for ipod in you package manager (include the description)03:44
HeathenDanos[Linux 2.6.15-26-386 i686]  distro[Debian testing/unstable]  cpu[1 x AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2600+ @ 1.92GHz]  mem[Physical : 1011MB, 74.8% free]  disk[Total : 481.12GB, 42.10% Free]  video[ATI Technologies Inc RV280 [Radeon 9200 SE] ]  sound[NFORCE - NVidia nForce21: MPU-401 UART - MPU-401 UART] 03:44
mark06775 Dual 880 Pro I believe03:44
aneglusLuakagon: maybe you should install the right driver... I mean what kind of file you try to listen to ?03:45
empcamarok also supports ipod grigora03:45
empci think03:45
empc:p03:45
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aneglusempc: I think so03:45
empcsorry.. bad english?03:45
grigoraempc: aneglus: thanks03:45
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aneglusempc: I aggre with you03:46
bill__ntu03:46
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bill__oops03:46
UbuntuBantuTLE:  go ahead, I want to kill my windows partitions03:46
bill__hi yall03:46
aneglusUbuntuBantu: format c:/03:46
Luakagonaneglus, It's just an .ogg file, it ought to play but I get an error that says "There was an error initializing the audio i/o layer.  You will not be able to play or record audio. Error: Host error."03:46
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House_hi03:46
aneglusLuakagon: well, don't know about this... really strange...03:46
LuakagonYeah :'(  I need to edit the instrumental sections out of a file so I can put more songs on a CD of songs I own that I want to learn how to sing and play.03:47
doorluakagon:  are you listening to a file in some other program right now?03:47
eternalswdmark06, give me a little time to do a search03:47
Luakagondoor, I have closed any program I suspected of possibly grabbing the audio.03:47
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Nitrobass24im new to linux and im planning on installing ubuntu server on my currently xp sys and want to know if theres anything important i need to know going into this? Will it recognize my raid0 that i setup in windows?03:48
bill__just wondering,are most of u on a dual boot or is anyone running 100% linux like me?03:48
doorluakagon:  weird.03:48
empcbill__, 100%03:48
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mark06ok03:48
doorluakagon:  maybe restart x?03:48
aneglusbill__: 100% on my laptop03:48
LuakagonI just found that the Mozilla download manager was open so I closed the manager, closed Audacity and restarted Audacity...03:48
doorbill__: 105% ubuntu03:48
bill__lol i have no choice cuz i left XP at my parents' in Missouri and im in Illinois03:49
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HeathenDandual-boot here03:49
doorLuakagon: did it work?03:49
dibblegois it possible to burn a CD from the command line?03:49
LuakagonNo;  I am going to restart x now.03:49
Luakagonbrb :)03:49
TLEUbuntuBantu: Well if this is a problem because it can't be handled with one copy operation, maybe a script that copies the files individually would do the trick. But it would be quick and dirty, and not until I've had some sleep.. *G*03:49
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bill__quick and dirty is good where im from03:50
bill__j/k03:50
empc!info cdrecord03:50
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unwakataMy HP printer stops printing in Ubuntu but when I print with it in Windows then it prints in Ubuntu again... help? :(03:50
dibblegoempc, thanks03:51
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UbuntuBantutle: ok, thx03:51
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bill__this is a good spot to just hang out and read conversations03:52
unwakataIt would not be fun to have to switch back to Windows because of this printing glitch.03:52
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UbuntuBantuTLE: i've just tried a nautilus copy/paste and i'm grinding to a halt so will have to reboot.  I will return here later today.  thx03:52
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unwakataWas I not clear enough about the printer problem or is there just no fix...?03:54
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HeathenDanhow do i mount cd isos?03:54
doorunwakata: it's possible that there is a fix, but nobody on right now knows the answer, or somebody missed your question, or somebody is looking for an answer right now03:54
BHSPitMonkeymount -o loop /path/to/iso.iso /path/to/dir03:55
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BHSPitMonkeyHeathenDan, ^03:55
HeathenDanthx4help, lemme try that03:55
dougskothis is a pretty general question, not applying to any particular app: you know how in an app's config file, say apache's, it asks where you want to save the log file? can you specify a pipe instead of a location?03:55
Ash-FoxI'm running ubuntu on a mac right, now for some reason, it isn't detect key presses on f13, f14, f15 on the keyboard. Even though I set the keyboard type to 'Macintosh'. Anybody know how to get around this?03:55
eternalswdmark06, take a look at this thread http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/154382-post3.html03:55
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doorAsh-Fox:  first, try installing xev03:55
dougskolike |parse.pl, instead of /var/logs?03:55
sparkleytonereally really need /dev/video0 to exist03:56
BHSPitMonkeyI've got a pretty important bug here, when my screen saver is locked, and I give it my password, it says it's incorrect (when it's completely correct.)03:56
doorAsh-Fox: that's a program that'll let you see the x-events that happen when you hit keys03:56
sparkleytoneanyone know how to get this working?03:56
a|i3Nhey my ark crashed... "ERROR: Communication problem with ark, it probably crashed." .... help!! i needa extract a file03:56
doora|i3N: what kind of file?03:56
a|i3N.zip03:56
BHSPitMonkeya|i3N, you could always use the "unzip" command at a terminal03:57
doora|i3N: do you have access to a terminal03:57
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door?03:57
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BHSPitMonkeyor use file-roller instead03:57
a|i3Ni was trying to run it, in terminal, as root03:57
a|i3Nyes03:57
TLEUbuntuBantu: Sleep time, I'll contact you through the forum03:57
doora|i3N: you don't need to be root to unzip something, generally03:57
a|i3Nbecause the directory I was trying to extract to said I had to use root, so I did sudo ark (file)03:57
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doora|i3N: aha. now, instead, try sudo unzip $file03:57
a|i3Nlol. ok. Is there a quick way to gix ark though?03:58
doora|i3N: i'm not familiar with that program...03:58
BHSPitMonkeya|i3N, do you use kubuntu?03:58
a|i3Nyes03:58
BHSPitMonkeya|i3N, then you should probably ask those questions in #kubuntu03:58
a|i3Nzip unzipped it... how do I copy a file in the terminal?03:58
BHSPitMonkeythis channel is more oriented toward the gnome-based ubuntu03:59
a|i3NI did but I guess they're all asleep :003:59
a|i3Ner :)03:59
BHSPitMonkeya|i3N, cp03:59
doora|i3N: cp file destination03:59
BHSPitMonkeycp oldfile newfile03:59
a|i3Ncp.. ok, that should work then :) thanks03:59
a|i3NI'm new to linux hehe03:59
a|i3Nlove it though03:59
doora|i3N: shiny03:59
a|i3Ncept when it breaks :)03:59
a|i3Nor i break it03:59
a|i3Nwhich... well, hasn't really happened except just now lol03:59
doora|i3N: haha...well, that happens with all os's, some more than others04:00
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LuakagonHi.  I am the guy with the sound issues;  I've restarted but audacity still gives me error issues.04:01
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doorAsh-Fox: just let me know if you still want help...04:01
doorLuakagon: you don't need to be root to use audacity, do you?04:02
Luakagondoor, Excellent Idea :)  I'll use a termanal to do that.04:02
dooror gksudo...04:02
KrakensDendoor, I doubt it.04:02
doorKrakensDen: yeah, it's a long shot04:03
KrakensDendoor, has he installed alsa's oss-compatibility layer?04:03
Luakagondoor, No error...04:03
KrakensDendoor, 'cause audacity is OSS only04:03
KrakensDenLuakagon, what errors do you get?04:03
doorLuakagon: have you installed alsa-oss?04:03
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LuakagonRunning as root, I have no errors.  I am listening to a song now :)04:03
KrakensDenLuakagon, if you silently get no sound, try doing a 'killall esd'04:04
witlesswhat's the lightest-weight generally usable browser available?04:04
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witless(graphical)04:04
sparkleytoneWarbo, i'm going to roll my own kernel and see if that helps04:04
tjb891does anyone know how to stop a command from executing, example when i use tracepatha and it gets to the end it starts lising no replay in a infinite loop?04:04
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doorwitless: swiftfox light-ish04:04
KrakensDenLuakagon, if going to root makes it work, that means it's a permissions problem, which shouldn't happen, but it does sometimes04:04
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KrakensDenLuakagon, what's the output of ls -l /dev/dsp?04:04
empctjb891, ctrl-c04:05
tjb891ok thx04:05
witlessswiftfox?  never heard of it  :-)04:05
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doorwitless: it's basically a mod'ded firefox04:05
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LuakagonKrakensDen, what's the site for posting such a monstrous paste? :)04:05
witlessin the repositories?04:05
Luakagoncrw-rw----  1 root audio 14, 3 2006-08-25 21:58 /dev/dsp04:05
Luakagonnevermind :P04:05
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doorwitless: witless: http://getswiftfox.com/ubuntu.htm04:06
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KrakensDen:P04:06
KrakensDenhmm04:06
witlessthanks a lot04:06
grigoraanyone knows how to get rhythmbox to talk to ipod?04:06
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KrakensDenthat looks correct04:06
doorwitless: some normally text-based browsers have graphical versions as well...04:06
imagowhat is the command to umount somethin04:06
KrakensDenLuakagon, what's the output of  cat /etc/group |grep audio ?04:07
doorimago: sudo umount /path/to/mount/point04:07
imagodorr, thx04:07
doorimago: np04:07
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eigenlambdalol whats swiftfox?04:07
KrakensDeneigenlambda, an optimized build of firefox, IIRC04:08
imagodoor, is there any stie that has thease commands on them so i can learn without bugging people04:08
eigenlambdalol firefox processor-optimized04:08
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doorimago:  you're not bugging anybody! and a good place to start might be www.linux.org. they've got a beginner's tutorial section04:08
Luakagonaudio:x:29:mycomputername04:08
doorimago: also, you might check out the ubuntuforums04:08
imagothx i will look at it04:08
doorimago: try searching for whatever you're trying to do04:09
KrakensDenLuakagon, is your username 'mycomputername'?04:09
doorimago: good luck!04:09
LuakagonYes...04:09
LuakagonI censored it :P04:09
KrakensDenah :)04:09
a|i3Nhey how do i check how much space is left on my hard drive from console?04:10
KrakensDenhmm04:10
KrakensDenwell04:10
KrakensDeneverything looks ok...04:10
doora|i3N: df04:10
empca|i3N, use df -H04:10
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doorempc: ah, duh, good suggestion04:10
empclol04:10
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a|i3Nwow with all the crap I've installed on here i've only used 2 gigs. linux is amazing. lol04:11
rummikaww...bb doesn't work right...04:11
eric__Hi.  Has anybody had any trouble getting VMWare Player to work in Ubuntu?04:11
rummikit locks up if you play sound...04:11
KrakensDenLuakagon, so you get no error messages, and no sound as a regular user?04:11
raindogHello.  I'm using Firefox and then autohide extension that allows you to customize full-screen settings.  However, in Ubuntu when I have Firefox in fullscreen I can't run my cursor to the top or bottom edge to bring up either Ubuntu toolbar.  What I'm looking for is a setting similart to "always on top" for the toolbars like in *ack*  XP.  Any suggestions?04:12
eric__I keep getting can't find /dev/vmmonitor.  I've tried completely removing and reinstalling twice now.04:12
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mrmojoHello04:12
eric__Trying to run pre-built machines for Fedora Core and Open SUSE.04:12
mrmojois there a way to do anetwork install of ubunt04:12
LuakagonKrakensDen, I get error messages and no sound as a regular user.04:12
mrmojolike burn a small CD and then dl the packages off the internet?04:12
KrakensDenLuakagon, try running 'killall esd' and then running audacity as a regular user04:13
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imagodoor, how do i fix my Floppy drive i tried the forums sugesstions but they didn't completly work04:13
KrakensDenLuakagon, you'll have to kill the superuser audacity first as well04:13
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dadahttp://www.djdada.dl.am RnB/HipHop Songs to Download & Musicclips! check it out ;)04:13
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KrakensDenLuakagon, if that works, you may want to try  going to system->preferences->sound, and disabling 'software mixing'04:14
empcmrmojo, like debian netinst ?04:14
mrmojoyep04:14
KrakensDenLuakagon, mostly because ALSA handles it better than ESD does04:14
LuakagonKrakensDen, what about just killing esd automatically with a startup script?04:14
empci don't think so...04:14
mrmojook04:14
Luakagonty btw04:14
KrakensDenLuakagon, that would also work04:14
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KrakensDenbut in my experience04:14
KrakensDenyou don't actually need ESD04:14
KrakensDenand applications that won't run without it04:14
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KrakensDenwill just launch it04:14
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doorimago: i'm sorry...i haven't the foggiest. i use a laptop with no floppy drive. sorry :-(04:15
LuakagonOK... I need to make a startup script anyways; can you tell me how to set that up?04:15
KrakensDensure04:15
KrakensDenopen up your favorite text editor04:15
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MetaMorfoziS!java04:15
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 Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the Multiverse repository04:15
KrakensDen#!/bin/sh <- first line04:15
KrakensDenand then it's just shell commands04:15
imagodorr, well the error it gives me is like this topic http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=113947&highlight=floppy+mount+problem04:15
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KrakensDenif you want to do looping, flow control, etc, the shell has constructs for that.04:16
lmosherAnyone here know how to convert cloneCD images?04:16
kill4killincan someone please help me, im having a problem doing gset-compiz now that i have compiz and xgl installed04:16
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ketsugi|awayhas the broken xserver package been fixed yet?04:16
KrakensDenyes04:16
ketsugi|awayie is it safe for me to apt-get upgrade04:16
ketsugi|awayokay thanks04:16
KrakensDenyes04:16
Luakagon; separating?  or /newline?04:16
KrakensDennewline04:16
KrakensDenbut ; works as well04:16
wookienz!ati04:17
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto04:17
doorimago: do you know what filesystem you rfloppy drive is?04:17
kill4killinDoes anyone with experience with compiz? Could you please help me if you do04:17
gb453!wpa04:17
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs04:17
lufisI added a third-party suppository to sources.list in order to install latest xgl/compiz packages. The repo had more than just xgl and compiz, however, and since newer versions of critical dependencies (stuff like cairo) were now being recognized by apt it told me i had updates. I foolishly installed them and now am having major text rendering issues... text disappears randomly and reappears just as randomly. Any ideas on how to doiw04:17
LuakagonOK!  What do I do to get this script run automatically? :)04:17
doorLuakagon: that's "automagically" ;-)04:18
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Luakagondoor, surely my computer doesn't search through every tom, dick and textfile looking for #!/bin/sh when I start up and run commands willy-nilly!04:19
dadahttp://www.djdada.dl.am RnB/HipHop Songs to Download & Musicclips! check it out ;)04:19
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LuakagonI have to do something :\04:19
lufisdada: they better be in ogg vorbis04:19
imagodoor, i got it working to a point but what i am asking is    that for every disk do i have to umount then mount  or is there one total fix so i don't have to do it agian04:19
doorLuakagon: nope...do you want ti to run at boot?04:19
Luakagondoor, Yes please.04:19
KrakensDenLuakagon, what does it do?04:20
KrakensDenLuakagon, launch audacity?04:20
jjholtany RAM manufactuer better than the others looking at Corsair right now04:20
lmosherkill4killin, what do you need to know?04:20
doorimago: how did you get it working, if i may ask?04:20
KrakensDenLuakagon, if so, you might want to put it in your path instead04:20
LuakagonKrakensDen, my script kills esd and makes my wireless connection work.04:20
aneglusLuakagon: wonderful04:20
LuakagonI'll also make it start some useful programs up too :)04:20
KrakensDenLuakagon, you can disable ESD in system->preferences->sound04:20
Luakagonaneglus, thanks.04:20
HeathenDancorsair's too expensive. i'd go with apacer04:20
Shadowpillarare the dvd releases of ubuntu just bigger live cd's?04:20
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doorLuakagon: you can probably have that start up when you log in instead of at bootup04:20
Shadowpillaror do they offer packages + live cd?04:20
KrakensDenLuakagon, and you probably want to look at the gnome session manager04:21
lufisYou know what you guys need? a little entertainment... *sits at piano* anyone like joni mitchell?04:21
HeathenDanthe dvd has repositories04:21
KrakensDensystem->preferences->sessions04:21
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tjamminpoatowhat is the keyboard shortcut to open a terminal?04:21
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lufisOoooh I am a lonely painter. I live in a box of Gimp.04:21
HeathenDanyou can set up a shortcut04:21
imagodoor, went into fstab change the fd0 thing from auto to vfat   then sudo mount /media/floppy004:21
KrakensDenLuakagon, that way, you don't get error messages at boot 'cause X windows hasn't started yet :)04:22
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LuakagonWoah...04:22
tjamminpoatoHeathenDan, there is no default one?04:22
LuakagonI see no way to disable ESD in the Sound Preferences dialogue;04:22
doorimago: hmm. ok, eject that floppy and then wait a few seconds, then put it back in. does it mount?04:22
doorimago: (properly, by itself)?04:22
aaronshafWhere can I learn about scheduling "apt-get upgrade" 's on my machine?04:22
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aaronshafi.e. automating apt-get04:22
HeathenDandon't know. i set up a new one the moment i started using ubuntu04:22
KrakensDenLuakagon, see the button that says 'enable software mixing'?04:22
LuakagonI'm using Ubuntu 5.12.04:22
lufisOh but I could configure a box of fstab and I would... still be on my feet!04:22
KrakensDenLuakagon, uncheck it!04:23
KrakensDenoh04:23
KrakensDenhmm04:23
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tjamminpoatoHeathenDan how would i got aobut doing that?04:23
LuakagonHow about the button that says "enable sound server startup"?04:23
band-aidhow can i get my screen resolution above 640x48004:23
KrakensDenLuakagon, that sounds like it :)04:24
KrakensDenLuakagon, is it currently checked or unchecked?04:24
imagook what happens is the disk that i used the files basicly get copyied so if i wanted to use a different disk i would have to umount the mount the other disk04:24
kill4killinlmosher, when i type in gset-compiz, it says that the command was not found04:24
doorimago: so you had to manually mount the other disk?04:24
imagoya04:24
lufisI met a woman. She had a box like yours, she knew your distro. She knew your hardware and your kernel version! She said, go to Ubuntu. Download Ubuntu. But be prepared to reeeadd manpages04:25
WarboCan someone help me to confirm a bug?04:25
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doorimago: hmmmmmmmmm...i'm not sure what's up with that. perhaps rebooting?04:25
LuakagonKrakensDen, it was checked.04:25
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band-aidis their a terminal command to change my screen resolution because the drop down menu will not let me get above 640x480. It has the proper resolutions in my xorg.conf file. Installing the drivers off of ATI's site didn't help04:25
Warbo!fixres > band-aid04:25
KrakensDenLuakagon, yeah, unchecking it should fix things :)04:25
wubrgamerhey guys04:25
doorband-aid: just a sec...04:25
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lufisHey wubrgamer04:25
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wubrgamerhow do i send a file back and forth through ssh ?04:25
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empcwubrgamer, scp04:26
wubrgamerscp ?04:26
wubrgamerwhat is scp ?04:26
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KrakensDenit's like cp04:26
KrakensDenbut over ssh04:26
empcyep04:26
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lmosherkill4killin, gset-compiz is depreciated. You need to use gconf-editor then click 'apps" and "compiz" and all the settings are there. They're all documented on the compiz website04:26
wubrgameroh god this is gonna be comlex to use04:26
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kill4killinok04:26
KrakensDenyou can also use nautilus, the default file manager04:26
kill4killinlmosher, thank you04:26
lmosherkill4killin, and the good folks in #xgl and #ubuntu-xgl are very, very helpful04:26
quinlanHello, I have breezy, how do I upgrade?04:27
imagodoor, tryed that but i have a lil complacation           i dual boot with win 2000 and solaris and ubuntu 5.10, mandrake, and gentoo04:27
KrakensDenwubrgamer, places -> connect to server04:27
KrakensDenwubrgamer, select ssh04:27
lufisIf no one requests anything I'll start playing Tori Amos!04:27
KrakensDenwubrgamer, type in the server name, your user name, your password04:27
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doorimago:  oh dear.04:27
KrakensDenand you can drag and drop stuff in04:27
LuakagonKrakensDen, is there a way to make the "sudo dhclient wlan0" command happen in startup?04:27
doorimago: so is it difficult for you to reboot?04:27
wubrgamerkay04:27
wubrgamerno04:27
imagojust a little04:28
wubrgameri need to be able to do it on a windows running putty04:28
haasteem!upgrade04:28
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wubrgamerlol04:28
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wubrgamersorry04:28
KrakensDenoh04:28
wubrgamerthis is for school04:28
KrakensDenpscp is what you want04:28
longwavewubrgamer: google for "winscp"04:28
KrakensDenit has scp's syntax04:28
wubrgameri am setting up my proxy04:28
wubrgamerwinscp ?04:28
KrakensDenand putty distributes it04:28
KrakensDenah, wait04:28
doorband-aid: are you in a terminal?04:28
KrakensDenfilezilla04:28
wubrgamercan i do that through a putty shell though dude ?04:28
band-aidyes04:28
KrakensDentry filezilla04:28
longwavewinscp is a graphical scp client for windows, if thats what you want04:28
KrakensDenit's a gui that will do what you want04:28
KrakensDenLuakagon, sorry04:28
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dadahttp://www.djdada.dl.am RnB/HipHop Songs to Download & Musicclips! check it out ;)04:28
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doorband-aid: ok, type "less /etc/X11/xorg.conf"04:28
KrakensDenLuakagon, I thought you were loading your wireless card in your script?04:28
KrakensDenLuakagon, but yes there is04:29
doorband-aid: and go to "section screen"04:29
imagodoor, plus the reason i need to get floppy working is so that i can transfer my win 3.1 files04:29
LuakagonKrakensDen, it would be good because there are some startup things that lag because of no net connection.04:29
lufisOk, type: sudo rm -R *    fixes EVERYTHING!04:29
wubrgamercan filezilla do SCP ?04:29
band-aidok did that04:29
wubrgamerlufis, what does THAT do ?04:29
doorimago: aha. the thing is, i'm not sure whether a change to your /etc/fstab will automagically be detected without a reboot...you might ask that "out loud" here04:29
KrakensDenLuakagon, are you usiing ndiswrapper?04:30
lufiswubrgamer: try it :p04:30
longwavelufis do not tell people to do that04:30
wubrgamerlol04:30
wubrgamerseriously04:30
WarboCan someone please help me confirm a bug?04:30
KrakensDenLuakagon, or something else?04:30
wubrgamerthis IS a n00buntu channel04:30
wubrgamerdon't joke with rm04:30
sethkimago, what's not working about the floppy04:30
longwavewubrgamer: filezilla is an ftp/sftp client and server, i dont think it does scp04:30
wubrgamerdammit04:30
wubrgamerwill putty do scp ?04:30
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doorband-aid: ok, what does it say for "DefaultDepth"?04:30
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longwavewubrgamer: what are you trying to do exactly?04:30
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KrakensDenLuakagon, you put it in rc.local, and I would tell you how04:30
wubrgameraccess files on my home machine running ubuntu, from school running putty04:31
KrakensDenLuakagon, except I'm familiar with slackware's boot scripts04:31
imagoi have to umount the current disk then mount the disk i want to use04:31
KrakensDenLuakagon, which are very, very simple04:31
doorWarbo: mv $file ~/.Trash04:31
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Warbodoor: I mean for new users04:31
longwavewubrgamer: use "pscp" from the command line (which is bundled with putty) or "winscp" which is a gui client based on putty04:31
band-aidunder section "screen" it says that default depth is 2404:31
Warbodoor: Also, it isn't always ~/.Trash04:31
KrakensDenLuakagon, debian seems to be using functions... and I'm not sure how they're supposed to go04:31
doorWarbo: i was kidding...04:31
LuakagonKrakensDen, yes.04:31
LuakagonThanks for the free help guys! :)04:31
longwavewubrgamer: if you are not allowed to install software though, putty on its own can't do it04:31
LuakagonKrakensDen, I use ndiswrapper.04:31
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wubrgamerwhat would i have to install ?04:32
LuakagonKrakensDen, I see :\04:32
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doorimago: right...ok, try this04:32
LuakagonKrakensDen, how is that Slackware frontman doing?04:32
KrakensDenLuakagon, he got better :)04:32
longwavewubrgamer: pscp.exe is just a single executable, there is nothing to install as such04:32
KrakensDenLuakagon, finally found a good doctor04:32
LuakagonKrakensDen, I'll take it to #debian :)04:32
wubrgameroh right04:32
raindogHello.  I'm using Firefox and the autohide extension that allows you to customize full-screen settings.  However, in Ubuntu when I have Firefox in fullscreen I can't run my cursor to the top or bottom edge to bring up either Ubuntu toolbar.  What I'm looking for is a setting similar to "always on top" for the toolbars like in *ack*  XP.  Any suggestions?04:32
doorimago: actually04:32
KrakensDenLuakagon, yeah, ask them about rc.local04:32
longwavewubrgamer: for winscp i think it uses installshield or something like most windows apps04:32
doorimago: nevermind04:32
KrakensDenLuakagon, they should point you in the right direction pretty quick04:32
doorimago: i just don't quite understand why you object to a reboot...04:32
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doorband-aid: ok, go down a little...04:33
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band-aidok04:33
doorband-aid: and under 'subsection "Display"' (the one with depth of 24)04:33
doorwhat does it have after "Modes?"04:33
imagobecause i use 2 different boot loaders plus a floppy disk DDO04:33
doorband-aid: what does it have after "Modes?"04:34
Warboraindog: Metacity doesn't really allow you to change panel settings, but you could install brightside which lets you flip to the next desktop04:34
band-aidit says depth is 104:34
doorband-aid: btw, it's *very* helpful if you say my nick before responding04:34
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band-aidhow do I do that04:34
band-aiddoor: oh like this?04:34
KrakensDenband-aid, like this04:34
dooryup!04:34
doorband-aid: yup!04:34
Grok_on my gnome desktop i have a network status indicator that if i open it up it will tell me number of packets and other info as well as what my current ip address is. I don't see this same corresponding app in/on kde. could someone help point me in the right direction to install/find that info?04:35
band-aiddoor: lol I'm used to everything being complicated04:35
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doorband-aid: do you have a subsection that has a depth of 2404:35
raindogWarbo:  Thanks.04:35
doorband-aid: aren't we all...04:35
imagodoor, because i use 2 different boot loaders plus a floppy disk DDO04:35
LuakagonCan anyone HERE assist me with rc.local?  They told me to go to #ubuntu04:35
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band-aiddoor: yes04:35
frantichelloooo04:35
Warboraindog: Does that work? I was thinking maybe Firefox "sticks" itself to each desktop (I don't use Metacity [Ubuntu's default window manager]  so I can't test it)04:36
band-aiddoor: the very last one04:36
doorimago: sorry, i'm just confused. so you never turn your computer off?04:36
hawkaloogieis there a guide for making ubuntu-compatible .deb files from sources?04:36
franticdoes anyone know where that file is that configures the hw clock?04:36
lmosherA program I am trying to compile requires aclocal-1.6 but it appears I have 1.4 Any ideas? Apparently it's part of the automake package.04:36
doorband-aid: and that *is* the one that matches the number from "default depth?"04:36
imagodoor, for about 6 hours every month04:36
frantici used to have this problem where my clock was days off when i booted windows04:36
doorimago: ah04:36
franticsomeone here helped me fix it04:36
franticnow it's only like 6 hours off04:36
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band-aiddoor: yes04:37
Warboraindog: You still here?04:37
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doorimago: i would suggest asking the whole channel if there's a way to make sure fstab gets re-detected without a reboot...04:37
longwave!info automake1.604:37
ubotuPackage automake1.6 does not exist in dapper04:37
franticwhich is better, but not as good04:37
band-aiddoor: default depth is 24, and the last subsection says 2404:37
lmosherfrantic, You do realize you just asked for a software file that defines a -hardware- clock :)04:37
doorband-aid: what does it say by "modes" in that subsection?04:37
imagodoor, i am going to reboot see u in 10-20 min04:37
doorimago: i'm sorry04:37
doorimago: i'm not saying you have to04:37
band-aiddoor:  "1280x1024" "1152x864" "1024x768" "800x600"04:37
band-aid"720x400" "640x480"04:37
franticyes, there's clearly a file that defines the relationship between the system time and the hardware clock04:37
franticI've configured it before, I just forgot where it is04:38
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raindogWarbo:  I'm looking into it.  What window manager are you using?04:38
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doorband-aid: hmmm. ok. get ready for some fun business!04:38
Warbo!info enlightenment04:38
ubotuenlightenment: The Enlightenment Window Manager. In component universe, is optional. Version 1:0.16.7.2-3ubuntu1 (dapper), package size 380 kB, installed size 980 kB04:38
band-aiddoor: yay fun04:38
wookienz!ati04:39
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto04:39
doorband-aid: back up your xorg.conf...twice, just for the heck of it :-)04:39
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Warboraindog: I was just going to ask if you could do something for me in return, since nobody seems to be responing04:39
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band-aiddoor: oh god... that dosen't sound good04:39
lmosherfrantic, Ah I see what you're getting at... um, if you're in gnome you can simply right click the time, click "time zone" and set your timezone to grenich mean time b/c unfortuantely by default it appears that gnome assumes your hardware is GMT and (in my case) takes 5 hours off it04:39
eigenlambdanope... don't see swiftfox being any faster than firefox...04:39
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doorband-aid: no worries04:39
doorband-aid: the backups are to make life easier04:39
band-aiddoor: can I just make a couple copies onto my desktop?04:39
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franticnot good enough04:39
doorband-aid: sounds great04:39
raindogWarbo:  Shoot.  I'll do my best.04:39
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WarboGreenwich I think you'll find04:39
lmosherfrantic, that is assuming your having an issues when you use another OS and the time is off?04:40
lmosherWarbo, same thing :P04:40
franticyes04:40
doorband-aid: the backups are just so that just in case this doesn't work, you'll be able to put your file back *exactly* as it was before04:40
franticSee, I installed ubuntu before windows04:40
Warboraindog: Could you install the xteddy package and run it (just run "xteddy" in terminal) and tell me if a teddy bear appears? For me it is just all white04:40
franticand I had to do all kinds of trickery to appease windows because of this04:40
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longwavefrantic: /etc/default/rcS controls whether the hardware clock is UTC or not, i think04:40
franticubuntu has been fairly easy to repair04:40
franticbut i just can't get this clock thing quite right04:41
band-aiddoor: ok two copies made onto desktop04:41
lmosherlongwave, cool ty :P04:41
franticwhen i boot windows, it's always 6 hours off04:41
longwavefrantic: that and /etc/timezone are used to figure out the offset, or at least i think that's how it works04:41
band-aidone thing i have noticed is that linux makes you a MUCH better typer04:41
raindogWarbo:  I can in a minute.  I'm currently letting aptitude download/install some packages.  When it completes I'll check it out.04:41
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franticah i think this rcS file was it04:42
doorband-aid: shiny. ok, do you have a favorite text editor? if so, open it up with sudo or gksudo (depending on if it's graphikal or terminal-based)...and *yeah,* it really does04:42
Warboraindog: OK thanks. I have been asking for ages but nobody replies (probably they don't want to admit they have teddies on their desktop)04:42
lmosherfrantic, longwave gave you the answer edit /etc/default/rc5 then change to "UTC=no" on line 1504:42
doorband-aid: otherwise, do this:  sudo nano -w /etc/X11/xorg.conf04:42
lmosherah you saw, i was doing the same (that had been driving me nuts in vmware)04:42
Warboband-aid: I have become a much better typer than in years of using Amiga :)04:42
franticok i think that should do it right?04:42
lmosherone way to find out :)04:42
band-aiddoor: will the default one that came with this work ok?04:43
franticboot windows :(04:43
lmosherbut it looks like it04:43
doorband-aid: gedit?04:43
lmosherwell I'd boot linux first and set yoru clock first04:43
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band-aiddoor: i guess lol04:43
frantici just ran hwclock -w04:43
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band-aiddoor: i've had this installed for like a total of 4 hours04:43
franticwhich should reset the hw clock04:43
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franticso the system time04:43
band-aiddoor: haven't really gotten too deep into it yet04:43
doorband-aid: wow! well i'm glad you've made it this far!04:43
franticwhich is what windows expects04:43
longwaveif you want to set the hardware clock for sure do it from the bios04:43
longwavethen reboot and the system time will be picked up from that04:43
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Dev05Hi! Is finally the xorg update non-buggy?04:44
band-aiddoor: i got flash player installed, that one made me pretty proud04:44
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doorband-aid: ok, press <alt>F2, then type gksudo gedit, and then hit enter04:44
doorband-aid: :-D04:44
franticalright thanks guys04:44
carrus85gha, anyone know a quick way to figure out which process is keeping a mountpoint busy so I can kill it?04:44
carrus85umount's "/media/cdrom0: device is busy" isn't particularly useful...04:44
YoussefAssadlsof | grep /name/of/mount/point04:44
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Warbocarrus85: I use "umount -l" (lazy unmount), but I am not too sure what it does04:44
empcdoor, "sudo gedit" is also valid :p04:44
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Dev05carrus85, Use the System Monitor and then check what process has a File handle to your moint point04:45
band-aidok got it open04:45
band-aiddoor: got it open04:45
doorempc: apparently, that somehow messes things up04:45
carrus85ah! my terminal was in the cdrom working directory, silly me04:45
lmosherI'm trying to compile something and automake1.6 is a dependency however "sudo apt-get automake1.6" reports: "Package automake1.6 is not available, but is referred to by another package." help?04:45
Dev05carrus85, lol04:45
longwavecarrus85: "fuser" might help, also04:45
doorempc:  i don't really use graphikal apps much, so i don't really know, though04:45
empcworks fine for me door ..04:45
YoussefAssadlsof, not fuser04:45
kill4killinok, now is there someway to set runcompiz.sh when kde starts automatically, because i have to initiate it myself04:45
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doorband-aid: shiny! ok...now go down to that same sub-section as before04:46
band-aidkk04:46
doorband-aid: now, are each of the different resolutions on a different line?04:46
Dev05longwave, That's just TOO much :)04:46
tatoodoes anybody have a source list w/ the package honeyd??04:46
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Dev05Anyway, again, is the Xserver update working properly now?04:47
WarboDev05: I think so04:47
doorDev05: yup!04:47
longwaveDev05: yes04:47
band-aiddoor: nope, it looks like the tabbed over and then just let them wrap around with word wrap04:47
doorok...is the one you want the first one?04:47
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HEFO04:47
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kill4killincan someone remind me, what are the two xgl channels here on freenode?04:47
doorband-aid: ok...is the one you want the first one?04:48
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Warbo#ubuntu-xgl04:48
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Dev05Warbo, door, longwave, OK, I had a hard time when it totally broke, thanks!04:48
marekhey04:48
kill4killinthank you04:48
doorDev05: that was pretty annoying...04:48
coyanadelserver.irc.com.ar04:48
band-aiddoor: yea i want it to be 1280x102404:48
marekwhen i go to a webpage that uses a java applet it says i need a java runtime environment04:48
band-aiddoor: and its the first one04:48
marekbut it says its not available for firefox to download04:48
Dev05door, yeah.04:48
WarboDev05: I wasn't sure since mine is still broke. It broke before the dodgy update, but still isn't fixed (I'm in AIGLX right now)04:48
marekhow do i use applets in firefox with ubuntu?04:48
jamminpotatodoes anyone know a keyboard shortcut for opening a terminal?04:48
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Warboalt-F2 opens a term04:49
doorband-aid: cooool. ok, now, go over to the first character of the first one *after* that resolotion and insert a number sign (#)04:49
Dev05Warbo, That was just in time. Just killed the update download...04:49
HEFOhi..can someone help me with detectin internet connection with ubuntu?04:49
JamminpotatoWarbo i thought alt-f2 jsut opens a window to run a program, how do i make that in to a term04:49
doorJamminpotato: in gnome?04:49
band-aiddoor: are we commenting out the other ones?04:49
WarboDev05: My broken X is unrelated04:49
Jamminpotatodoor yea, gnome04:49
WarboJamminpotato: Oh, erm, I am not sure04:49
Warbo!keyboard04:49
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.net04:49
doorband-aid: yup! i have no idea whether this'll work or not, but we'll see :-)04:49
band-aiddoor: besides the one I want?04:49
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marekanyone?04:50
band-aiddoor: lol04:50
Jamminpotatothanks ubotu04:50
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doorband-aid: yeah, all the rest04:50
band-aiddoor: just incase, is their a consol based IRC chat?04:50
IRCif i install ubuntu 6.06 desktop edition by typing "server" will it install the same stuff as on the ubuntu server seperate disc download?04:50
HEFO=(04:50
Jamminpotatoubotu is a bot, right?04:50
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about is a bot, right? - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:50
Warboband-aid: I use ircII in text-mode04:50
doorband-aid: sudo apt-get install irssi04:50
longwaveband-aid: irssi04:50
Dev05Warbo, Actually I think I don't really need it anyway...04:50
doorband-aid: also:  before doing anything else04:50
doorband-aid: after you save the file04:50
longwaveJamminpotato: erm, yes04:51
doorband-aid: write down the command04:51
doorband-aid: sudo cp /path/to/where/i/copied/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf04:51
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band-aiddoor: ok got that installed, and I have commented them out04:52
band-aidwill the effect take place when I save it?04:52
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doorband-aid: shiny. now save the file. nope! you need to restart X. did you write down that command?04:52
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Daniel2oo6http://www.djdada.dl.am RnB/HipHop Songs to Download & Musicclips! check it out ;)04:52
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band-aiddoor: for the irc thing?04:52
gb453!modules04:52
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about modules - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:52
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doorband-aid: sudo cp /path/to/where/i/copied/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf04:53
IRCif i install ubuntu 6.06 desktop edition by typing "server" will it install the same stuff as on the ubuntu server seperate disc download?04:53
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band-aiddoor: ok lemme get that04:53
dooryou have it04:53
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marekfirefox is saying that i need a java runtime environment, how do i get that so i can use java applets with firefox?04:53
doorband-aid: cp is already installed04:53
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doorband-aid: that is the command you will need to type in if you get stuck staring at a fullscreen console04:53
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doorband-aid: and after that, you would need to type sudo reboot04:54
band-aiddoor: ok got that written down04:54
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band-aiddoor: ok here i go04:54
doorband-aid: both of those?04:54
doorwait!04:54
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doorband-aid: wait!04:54
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band-aiddoor: lol04:54
dudushello I'm having badtimes trying to run robocode with sun java04:54
Warbo!info sun-java5-plugin04:54
ubotusun-java5-plugin: The Java(TM) Plug-in, Java SE 5.0. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 1.5.0-06-1 (dapper), package size 1 kB, installed size 64 kB04:54
shrayHi, where can one edit the Session Startup Programs for a certain user from root console?04:54
band-aiddoor: i have the copy command04:54
band-aiddoor: what'd i miss?04:55
doorband-aid: don't forget sudo reboot04:55
dudusI see this:04:55
IRCif i install ubuntu 6.06 desktop edition by typing "server" will it install the same stuff as on the ubuntu server seperate disc download?04:55
dudusdudus@dudusbuntu:~/Desktop/robocode$ java -jar robocode-setup-1.1.2.jar04:55
dudus/usr/share/themes/Human/gtk-2.0/gtkrc:70: Engine "ubuntulooks" is unsupported, ignoring04:55
dudus/usr/share/themes/Human/gtk-2.0/gtkrc:240: Priority specification is unsupported, ignoring04:55
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Warboshray: I think it is /home/username/.gnome2/session-manual04:55
Dev05IRC, I don't think so. Desktop's desktop and Server's server.04:55
band-aiddoor: ok got it04:55
doorband-aid: type that afterwards, if it's an issue. now, cross your fingers and press control+alt+backspace04:55
shrayWarbo: that doesn't exist04:55
band-aiddoor: see ya on the other side04:55
dudusAnd that's when I have to accept the license... I accept, and it never comes back!04:56
IRCDev05: the server seperate download is like 400mb and the desktop is like 600mb i was just thinking that maybe theyre like the same but the server just has less programs on cd04:56
coyanadelirc.cl04:56
coyanadelserver irc.cl'04:56
coyanadelserver irc.cl04:56
Warbodudus: Java programs have a wrapper around GTK (GIMP Tool Kit, used for drawing buttons and stuff) but that wrapper obviously doesn't like the Ubuntu theme. It should default to some basic settings though, not refuse to load04:56
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Warboshray: It does for me (but is empty)04:57
dudusWarbo: yes, I know what you mean... should I try another theme?04:57
Dev05IRC, I don't think so because even though the Desktop installation CD ISO Image is bigger, the Server has a lot of stuff that is not included by default in the Desktop, but the Desktop has all that nice stuff for desktop use.04:58
Warbodudus: The theme shouldn't matter. For example I use the XFCE engine, but Java programs still load, they just apply the colours to a default theme04:58
dudusIf i try -verbose I get a lot of messages about libraries beeing loaded... bot no errors or warnings, besides the one about ubuntulooks04:58
WarboI have had Frost and stuff work fine, even with that complaint04:58
IRCDev05: ok thanks. do you know if its possible to install an iso over the internet?04:59
dudusWarbo: the others java programs like Azureus, work well, and they do this default theme thing04:59
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Dev05IRC, I bet you can. There should be a Net Install download. Let me check for you.04:59
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Warboraindog: You done yet?05:00
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band-aiddoor: ok i'm back05:00
band-aiddoor: it didn't do anything lol05:00
doorband-aid: did it work?05:00
dooroh05:00
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raindogWarbo:  just getting the bear now.05:01
doorband-aid: that's *bizarre*05:01
band-aiddoor: its like It just regenerated05:01
Ash-Fox!testing05:01
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about testing - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:01
doorband-aid: does the file say what it said before?05:01
Ash-FoxAnybody know where I can access the testing repositories?05:01
dudusEven if I Cancel the licence My process sleeps, and doesn't show anything else05:01
Dev05IRC, I'm starting to think that you can't. May be other disto?05:01
marekanyone?05:01
doorAsh-Fox: i think that's just debian05:01
Dev05IRC, distro* for net install.05:01
doorAsh-Fox: on ubuntu, there are backports, though...05:02
Ash-Foxdoor, hm, I'll look into that =)05:02
IRCDev05: ok thanks. i guess ill have to find another cdr. thanks for your help05:02
band-aiddoor: yea just checked it, the comments are still there05:02
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Dev05IRC, No problem.05:02
doorAsh-Fox: ## Ubuntu Backports05:02
doordeb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ dapper-backports main restricted universe multiverse05:02
doordeb-src http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ dapper-backports main restricted universe multiverse05:02
band-aiddoor: want me to comment them all out for all "depths"05:02
doorashfox:  deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu dapper-backports main restricted universe multiverse05:02
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doorband-aid: actually...i'm going to have to abandon you now :-(05:03
doorband-aid: i've reached the limit of what i know about that05:03
band-aiddoor: awww ok later05:03
doorband-aid: but you might try it05:03
Dev05IRC, Anyway, you WILL need a CDR.05:03
band-aiddoor: lol05:03
doorband-aid: good luck!05:03
band-aiddoor: i suppose it wouldn't hurt05:03
doorband-aid: i suppose not. i'm not signing off, so i guess let me know if it does!05:04
doorAsh-Fox: deb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ dapper-backports main restricted universe multiverse05:04
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doorAsh-Fox: deb-src http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ dapper-backports main restricted universe multiverse05:05
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janezhi05:05
janezthe bug in xserver-core package is now fixed?05:05
Warbohi05:05
Warboyes05:05
KrakensDenjanez, yes05:05
raindogWarbo:  Yes it works for me.  Now, how do I get it to go away??  :)05:06
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Warboraindog: put your cursor over it (so it's a heart :) ) and press "q", then uninstall the package05:06
WarboSeems my problem might be Composite-related05:06
j3gi have one question... i need to update a remote machine (so there can't be any crashes... but i can reboot it later just fine)05:06
j3gfrom 5.10 to dapper05:07
j3gis there a safe way to do it?05:07
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Warbo!upgrade05:07
janezum, ok :)05:07
janezbye05:07
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raindogWarbo:  I figured it out.  whew.05:07
ubotuUpgrading to Ubuntu 5.10 breezy -> http://help.ubuntu.com/community/BreezyUpgrade  Upgrading to Ubuntu 6.06 Dapper -> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DapperUpgrades  Note: gksudo "update-manager -d" always updates to the latest development version.05:07
j3gbut is it SAFE?05:08
j3gthis is a remote machine :(05:08
dudusI did around my problem in a very scary way...05:08
raindogI installed the kubuntu and xubuntu-desktops to my ubuntu install.  However, now no matter witch I choose to use it engages my modem during bootup and dials into the internet.  How can I change this behavior so that it doesn't do it by default?05:08
WarboIs anyone here using Composite extensions? (XGL uses them by default, and AIGLX recommends them)05:08
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KtronI give up, I can't install ubuntu heh :)05:08
doorraindog: install bum05:09
doorraindog: (the bootup manager)05:09
Dev05Ktron, ?05:09
raindogdoor:  thanks, I'll check it out.05:09
doorraindog: shiny05:09
dudusAfter my process stoped responding I opened System Monitor an noticied the followyng : bash>java>gtk-helper, all sleeping05:09
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dr_willis!dialup05:09
ubotuYou want to connect via dial-up? Read https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DialupModemHowto05:09
dudusThen I 'ended' gtk-helper, not killed, ENDED, and it came back!!!!05:10
dudusI think I should report it05:10
WarboIs anyone here using XGL/Compiz?05:10
YoussefAssaddudus: yea, get a restraining order against gtk-helper05:11
WarboIt's only trying to help...05:11
KtronDev05, I'm completely stuck and I've tried all I can05:11
eigenlambdaWarbo: ya05:11
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dudusWhat is this gtk-helper anyway?05:11
j3ghow to install vncserver  on 5.10? it doesn't seem to have that package ..05:11
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KtronEr, all I've thought to try or been told to05:11
Ktronbrb05:11
=== eigenlambda apt-get installed it and it works real nice
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Warboeigenlambda: Could you please see if xteddy works? It doesn't for me and I think I have narrowed it down to Composite05:12
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eigenlambdawhats xteddy?05:12
crdwHello! When i'm playing Frozen-Bubble the power manager turns to a black screen even when i don't stop playing. What can i do?05:12
Warbo(I am not in XLG or Compiz, but that was the easiest way to find someone with Composite enabled)05:12
Warbo!info xteddy05:12
ubotuxteddy: a cuddly teddy bear (or other image) for your X desktop. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.0.2-2.1 (dapper), package size 298 kB, installed size 484 kB05:12
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KtronDev05, I can't install off of the 6.06.1 livecd because it hangs mid installation on both the amd 64 disc and the x86 disc05:12
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doorKtron: at what point does it hang?05:13
Dev05Ktron, Any error message? something?05:13
raindogWarbo:  xteddy kinda creeps me out.05:13
Steven_Mhi all05:13
doorhello05:13
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Warboraindog: I don't want to use it with the teddy image, I just want an image viewer which cuts out transparent areas from the window05:14
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KtronHere, I'll snag out my laptop if you think you might have a suggestion or two yet... It hangs, and the graphical progress window says 'Detecting file systems...' and /var/log/installer/syslog 's last line is 'backup'05:14
mcquaidhello, i've used linux for ages but never tried using my tv tuner for video capture, well I tried a few years ago and didn't like the apps05:14
Dev05Ktron, Have you had any other OS before in there?05:15
Steven_MIs there a shell command for putting a computer into standby mode?05:15
mcquaidi just tried pitivi but it just seg faults05:15
mcquaidanyone have any suggestions for a bt878 tv tuner for video capture?05:15
Steven_Mhi door05:15
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crouchingmonkeycan someone give me a quick hand with azureus ?05:16
doorcrouchingmonkey: what's the problem?05:17
mcquaidcrouchingmonkey, maybe.. shoot05:17
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KtronDev05, 'in there'? you mean on the computer? Yes, I'm currently running windows xp on it (on it now)... I do swap 1 of my 4 hard drives because I want to install linux on a hard drive that isn't plugged in by default, but I could avoid having to switch a hard drive and disconnect a different one05:17
mcquaidbtw, i finally gave up on azureus, utorrent works perfectly in wine05:17
crouchingmonkeydoor: i cannot update the SWT graphical library05:18
crouchingmonkeyhas something to do with permissions etc.05:18
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Dev05Ktron, What's on that other hard drive?05:18
doorcrouchingmonkey: hmmmmm...that's beyond my ken. what i've heard a lot of people suggest is to use a different client. i've found that bittornado works like a charm05:18
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doorhowever, to install/upgrade libraries, you probably just need to be root05:18
doorcrouchingmonkey: however, to install/upgrade libraries, you probably just need to be root05:19
Ktronum, old windows partitions I think, but I told ubuntu it could blow away the whole drive05:19
crouchingmonkeydoor: i know but how do i run azureus as root ?05:19
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eigenlambdaWarbo: i see a white teddy bear silhouette05:19
Dev05Ktron, How old is it? May be is dead?05:19
doorcrouchingmonkey: <alt>F2, type gksudo azureus, hit enter...however,05:19
KtronI'll find out exactly in a minute if you think that's suspect... I'll check and see05:19
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Dev05Ktron, OK.05:20
doorcrouchingmonkey: DON'T do anything but upgrade those libraries05:20
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Warboeigenlambda: Yes! I can finally confirm that it is a bug, and not me being an idiot! Thanks05:20
_w^x_whats the best cd ripper encoder in the repos?05:20
Warbo!best05:20
ubotuUsually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose among a number of different applications, depending on your preferences, the features you require, and other factors.05:20
doorcrouchingmonkey: after that, close azureus and start it as your normal user05:20
door_w^x_: i'm partial to crip05:20
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_w^x_I've got soundjuicer but it only encodes to.ogg and I need mp305:20
mcquaidanyone know of a good vid capture app for a bt878 tv tuner?05:21
eigenlambdawhat's the best operating system?05:21
door_w^x_: ah, well nevermind...you need to install an older version to get mp3 support05:21
_w^x_wait nevermind duh05:21
dooreigenlambda: windoze! (jk)05:21
fooHm, I followed the ssl howto wiki for apache and it doesn't seem to be working. I thought I should have like an apache2-sslctl ... but I don't .. .hm, any ideas?05:21
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crouchingmonkeydoor: gksudo azureus will not start the program05:21
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mcquaidcrouchingmonkey, it should what does it say?05:22
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doorcrouchingmonkey: what error does it give you?05:22
crouchingmonkeydoor: command not found05:22
crouchingmonkeybut if i click on the icon it starts just fine05:23
doorcrouchingmonkey: ok...first, you need to find out where your azureus is. open up a terminal (this will be painless, i promise)05:23
mcquaidcrouchingmonkey, do this first type azur and hit tab05:23
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doorcrouchingmonkey: and then type "which azureus"05:23
mcquaidto make sure it's in your path05:23
rob__hello05:23
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K-tronAlright, switching to here from the desktop05:24
rob__any recommendations for an ftp client?05:24
crouchingmonkeydoor: it doesnt work05:24
dooryou don't get anything? hmmmm...that's odd.05:24
doorok, try right-clicking on the launcher05:24
doorcrouchingmonkey: you don't get anything? hmmmm...that's odd.05:25
doorcrouchingmonkey: ok, try right-clicking on the launcher05:25
doorcrouchingmonkey: to see if you can "edit" it (or in this case, just look at it)05:25
mcquaidcrouchingmonkey, you can no longer go to properties from menu shortcuts in gnome, you'll have to add it to the panel or desktop first05:26
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crouchingmonkeydoor: i manged to send it to the desktop05:26
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mcquaidwhich bugs me btw, you used to be able to05:26
doorcrouchingmonkey: eh?05:26
mcquaidhe means he made a desktop shortcut05:26
dooraha05:26
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mcquaidso now right clicky and find out where azureus is located05:27
crouchingmonkeybut i still cand run gksudo /home/fuse/Desktop/Azureus :|05:27
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vinnybinnyhello05:27
mikohow do i get opera05:27
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mikoerr05:27
mikoflock i mean05:27
doorcrouchingmonkey: ok...open a terminal again...this time we're gonna find it!05:27
vinnybinnyanyone familiar with this error? "FT_Load_Glyph:error#605:27
vinnybinny"05:27
gnujackgood evening all05:27
mikoi have downloaded it already but dont know the next step05:27
crouchingmonkeydoor: im ready05:27
doorcrouchingmonkey: this time, type "locate azureus | grep bin"05:27
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doorcrouchingmonkey: does anything come up?05:28
gnujackim having trouble with my nvidia graphics card (fx 5200 PCI)....if someone could help me get this running with vesa by editing the xorg, id appreciate it05:28
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vinnybinnymiko: this helped me http://www.ubuntu.com/news/opera905:28
crouchingmonkeydoor: nothing05:28
doorcrouchingmonkey: for serious? that's bizarro. did you just install it?05:28
Dev05k-tron, Ok, so what is what you have in the old drive.05:29
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corevettecan someone help me05:29
mcquaidcrouchingmonkey, did you install azureus through synaptic/apt-get or install it yourself?05:29
doorcorevette: with what?05:29
crouchingmonkeydoor: yes i did install it with that automatix script05:29
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K-tronDev05, heh, I think you're right, think that drive is borked, I'll try another05:29
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corevettei know to get rid of grub.....you use the restore disc and type in fixmbr and fixboot.....but my recovery disc doens't have a command prompt05:29
Dev05K-tron, lol05:29
mcquaidok have you tried right clicking on the desktop shortcut you just made to find where it is?05:29
corevetteor can you use the ubuntu command prompt05:30
_w^x_ok now I need to know how to just take a .ogg audio file and encode it to mp3 or .wav05:30
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NickGarvey_w^x_: oggdec file.ogg05:30
NickGarvey_w^x_: that will make the .wav05:30
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dr_willisxp  cd's normally have a install/rescue  question.05:30
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NickGarvey_w^x_: lame file.wav to make the .mp305:31
dr_williscorevette,  unless ya got some 3rd party 'restore cd' thats not a full xp cd.05:31
gnujackim having trouble with my nvidia graphics card (fx 5200 PCI)....if someone could help me get this running with vesa by editing the xorg, id appreciate it05:31
_w^x_NickGarvey, is that in the vorbistools package?05:31
corevettedr_willis i have an emcahines restore disc...with no command prompt.....can i use the ubuntu command prompt?05:31
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fashongHello05:31
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doorcrouchingmonkey: try right-clicking the desktop shortcut to see if you can edit it...05:31
corevettefashong hey05:31
NickGarvey_w^x_: no idea05:32
_w^x_also I need a video production studio application, Cinelerra is sick but freezes on me..05:32
fashongAre liveCd's meant to be used to install the whole operating system from online instead of burning like 4 cd's?05:32
Steven_Mdoor: Is there a shell command for putting a computer into standby mode?05:32
dr_williscorevette,   double check their menus and stuff..  they could just be ripping you off.. you could get any xp cd.. you dont need to enter a serial # or anything just to get to the rescue mode05:32
doorSteven_M: no idea...sorry05:32
vinnybinnyfashong: it depends on the distro05:32
crouchingmonkeydoor: yes i can05:32
fashongsay ubuntu or debian05:32
fashongFashong:  t05:32
vinnybinnyfashong: you can do a install from the ubuntu cd05:33
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keI have an Intel HP Pavilion Pentium 4 PC with 3.06 GHz and 504 MB of Ram but for some reason, after it configures the drivers, ubuntu doesn't show up and gives me a blank input screen.05:33
vinnybinnylive cd05:33
doorcrouchingmonkey: ok, what does it say the path to the application is?05:33
pdorannewb question, every time I try to do an update in "apt-get" I get 1 of 2 errors, "connection timed out" or "sub process returned a bzip error", are all the repositories screwed up? Is it no longer practical or possible to do a system update online???05:33
nadanadahas anyone gotten azureus to work properly in ubuntu?05:33
doorSteven_M: sorry05:33
crouchingmonkeydoor: /opt/azureus/azureus05:33
Deaigoif i want to setup the java vnc thing(webpage) on ubuntu what do i do?05:33
mikoIs the ADD/REMOVE program same as ADD NEW APPLICATION05:33
Steven_Mdoor: that's ok05:33
vinnybinnyfashong: ubuntu just come on one cd (thank god) but they do have processor specific cd's05:33
doorcrouchingmonkey: aha!05:33
mikosorry for the caps05:34
doorcrouchingmonkey: ok05:34
corevetteanyone! can i use the ubuntu command prompt on the install disc to type fixmbr instead of on a windows restore disc???05:34
fashongand debian?05:34
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dr_williscorevette,  NO.. its a XP command.05:34
doorcrouchingmonkey: press alt+F2 again05:34
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fashongfor linux distros that have more than 1 cd05:34
fashongthey might have a live cd05:34
kedoes anyone have any idea why i can't get it to load past "configuring devices"?05:34
fashongand it is mainly used to install linux without burning all those cd's05:34
doorcrouchingmonkey: but this time type "gksudo /opt/azureus/azureus" and hit enter05:34
crouchingmonkeydoor: did it05:34
doorcrouchingmonkey: did it work?05:34
fashongby grabbing the files from Internet or somewhere else05:34
fashongright?05:34
corevettedr_willis so if my restore disc doesn't have a command prompt...i'm screwed?05:34
crouchingmonkeydoor: thx a lot man05:34
pdorannewb question, every time I try to do an update in "apt-get" I get 1 of 2 errors, "connection timed out" or "sub process returned a bzip error", are all the repositories screwed up? Is it no longer practical or possible to do a system update online???05:34
vinnybinnyfashong: yeah redhat style or whatnot.05:34
doorcrouchingmonkey: lol. everybody assumes i'm a man on here05:35
fashongalright just wondering05:35
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Steven_MK-tron: Is there a shell command for putting a computer into standby mode?05:35
dr_williscorevette,  no idea. My last emachine  had a xp disk that let me get to the restore/rescue options.. you can use any XP cd.. borrow a friends.05:35
tatoohow can i force the installation of a broken package05:35
tatoo?05:35
vinnybinnyfashong: ubuntu  = 1 cd.   thankfully05:35
doorcrouchingmonkey: by the way, do you still have that terminal open? here's a way to make things easier in the futer05:35
_w^x_NickGarvey, i need to be able to play these files in my car's stock cd player05:35
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doorcrouchingmonkey: *future05:35
crouchingmonkeydoor: well having common sense helps a lot :P05:35
door_w^x_: are you trying to burn a cd?05:35
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corevettedr_willis so to get rid of grub....do i tyep fixboot or fixmbr or both?05:35
fishyHello all.05:35
fishyMy audio isn't working - I can't hear anything, and in SuperTux and other games, the "sound effects" and "music" options are disabled in the options panel. I'm not really sure what's wrong, so I can't tell you. Is there a way I can reinstall all audio configuration files and restore them back to the original state, without reinstalling the entire OS?05:35
pdoranare there mirrors for "security.ubuntu.com" ???05:35
crouchingmonkeydoor : im all eyez & ears05:36
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_w^x_door, i ripped a cd I bought and want to play a copy in my car and keep the original nice and scratch free.05:36
doorcrouchingmonkey: common sense...whatever. who needs it? but in the terminal, if you do the following things:05:36
doorcrouchingmonkey: cd /usr/bin05:36
gnujackwhat is the command to reconfigure the xserver in the terminal???05:36
_w^x_door, and soundjuicer ripped it to .ogg but that won't play in my car05:36
doorcrouchingmonkey: sudo ln -s /opt/azureus/azureus .05:36
dr_williscorevette,  both.. it wont hurt anything  :)05:36
corevetteso to get rid of grub....do i tyep fixboot or fixmbr or both?05:37
fishyAny ideas?05:37
corevetteok thanks05:37
door_w^x_: aha! but when you put it back on a cd05:37
tatoohow can i force the installation of a broken package?05:37
door_w^x_: it's retranslated into cd audio05:37
door_w^x_: i think05:37
fishyI've been asking for an answer to this problem for 6 days now, in this channel. No response has come back in that entire time.05:37
_w^x_door, so I need to convert those to something that will work in my car's stock cd player05:37
gnujackwhat is the command to reconfigure the xserver in the terminal???05:37
doorcrouchingmonkey: and that should make it so you won't have to type the whole path ever again :-)05:37
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raindogI just installed AVG for Linux and I'm curious if there is an antivirus email scanner for linux as there doesn't appear to be on with the Linux version of AVG.05:38
fishyIt's like I'm invisible. Can anyone read this?05:38
keyes, fishy05:38
kei can read it05:38
_w^x_fishy,05:38
fishyok cool :)05:38
door_w^x_: right....i'm pretty sure that when you burn a cd it's changed from ogg into cd audio, which should be readable05:38
mcquaidhmm, video capture apps seem just as lacking as they did when I last tried 4 years ago05:38
fishyjust wondering if I was identified or not05:38
pdorannewb question, every time I try to do an update in "apt-get" I get 1 of 2 errors, "connection timed out" or "sub process returned a bzip error", are all the repositories screwed up? Is it no longer practical or possible to do a system update online???05:38
kei'm guessing they are just busy05:38
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Fracturewill the new nvidia drivers be backported to dapper ?05:38
_w^x_door, what burner should I use, I have gnomebaker now.05:39
mcquaidFracture, no05:39
crouchingmonkeydoor, that makes sense ... ;)05:39
pdoranits been like this for the last 2 days, is this normal for ubuntu?05:39
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mcquaidwell maybe but doubtfull05:39
door_w^x_: does gnomebaker not work?05:39
doorcrouchingmonkey: shiny!05:39
Fracturemcquaid: taa, is there a way to install them on dapper then ?05:39
_w^x_I'll brb05:39
doorcrouchingmonkey: have fun azureusing05:39
fishyugh05:39
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dr_willispdoran,  servers are having a bit of overload lately it seems. could try some different ones.05:39
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crouchingmonkeydoor, thx again05:39
doorcrouchingmonkey: np, anytime :-)05:40
mcquaidFracture, you can try and install the binary file directly from nvidia, but I had issues with an old version of ubuntu doing that05:40
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jamesstansellpdoran: I don't think there official mirrors of security.ubuntu.com05:40
C-ronfishy i might be able to help05:40
mcquaidi ended up compling the kernel for nvidia and some other thing i needed05:40
BNOsaosindoor: what is the command to reconfigure the xserver in the terminal???05:40
pdoranis there a list of "under utilized" servers ?05:40
mcquaidbut a pain in the butt and shouldn't be required for a video driver update05:40
doorBNOsaosin: lol...do i have a "rep" now or something? what're you trying to do?05:40
BNOsaosinhuh?05:40
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AmpsonicHello!05:41
Ampsonicanyone around?05:41
BNOsaosinnah just saw you were actually answering haha05:41
BNOsaosin:)05:41
pdoranso is it fair to say that its pretty much IMPOSSIBLE to perform an update of new 6.06 install? For the last 2 days all I get is errors connecting to the repositories....05:41
ramasdf123HELP!!! I want to reinstall ubuntu without reformatting? will all the programs be deleted and will i lose my data?05:41
doorBNOsaosin: i was just being ironical because you're the second person who specifically messaged me about a command-line app...05:41
jman8888I was reading the ubuntu wiki. And i now want to have a explenation for this. Why is it illegal in some areas to have Codecs like Wav,Mp3,Mov,Avi Installed without "Paying the Developers?" I dont get it so if i have my Mp3's i cant legally play them?05:41
jamesstansellpdoran: this page may be of interest: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Archive05:41
doorBNOsaosin: what're you trying to do to the xserver?05:41
K-tronheh Dev05, if it turns out to be that I was trying to install to a bad hd, I'd feel like a tool and a half05:41
K-tronwhich I'm pretty sure I will heh05:41
fishyC-ron: The symptoms are 1) No audio is playing in browsers in Flash files, 2) No audio is playing anywhere else, and 3) On sites like pandora.com, the "progress bar" telling me how far it got into the song, doesn't even start moving. I'm not really sure what's wrong. Since every computer is different, I know you can't send me your config files (well, I don't think it would work), but is there a way to restore them, or reinstall them?05:42
Dev05K-tron, Anyway, that's a bug. It shouldn't crash.05:42
ramasdf123HELP!!! I want to reinstall ubuntu without reformatting? will all the programs be deleted and will i lose my data?05:42
BNOsaosinwell, i had an ATI card installed, wasnt working right with XGL so i put my old FX5200 in....it wouldnt start the xserver with the new card, so i want to edit the xorg.conf to let the nvidia card use vesa to get into the gui05:42
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K-tronDev05, heh... hopefully that really is the problem, I'll find out soon enough though05:42
Dev05ramasdf123, I guess you'll have to reinstall your applications ->I guess-<05:43
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jamesstansellpdoran: I had errors similar to yours sometimes when I was still on dialup05:43
gb453!hostap05:43
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about hostap - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:43
AmpsonicQuick question, just need someone to point me in the right direction of what to be looking at: I would like to have a quick / easy website that only I can access that will let me search through 100,000+ files and download the results05:43
K-tronDev05, if I let the livecd boot, run some commands, init 1 and init 5 again (to get X working) that shouldn't break affect the installer, right?05:43
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C-ronfishy: are you a forum member?05:44
BNOsaosinany ideas?05:44
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jman8888I was reading the ubuntu wiki. And i now want to have a explenation for this. Why is it illegal in some areas to have Codecs like Wav,Mp3,Mov,Avi Installed without "Paying the Developers?" I dont get it so if i have my Mp3's i cant legally play them? If you buy a dvd your not allowed to play it (I asked before. No responce.)05:44
fishyC-ron: Yes I am05:44
Dev05K-tron, emm... Why would you do that?05:44
doorBNOsaosin: so are you stuck in CLI?05:44
doorBNOsaosin: also...i won't know you messaged me unless you put my nick at the front...05:45
ramasdf123Dev05 ur not sre?05:45
C-ronfishy: have you read this: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=205449  ?05:45
jamesstanselljman8888: as best I understand, it's a patent issue05:45
BNOsaosinyes....cant start x unless i remove the nvidia card....i just want to configure it with vesa, log in to gui and run easy ubuntu to configure it05:45
BNOsaosinsry05:45
doorBNOsaosin: no worries05:45
BNOsaosinon a mac....god knows theres a lack of good IRC clients for us :(05:45
dr_willisjman8888,  when you buy a dvd player (ie for the tv) part of the cost IS going to the makers of the dvd consortium (or whoever the heck it is) :)05:45
qchBNOsaosin: how about sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg ?05:45
jman8888jamesstansell, So why cant stores online sell oog's?05:45
doorBNOsaosin: bleah05:45
jamesstanselljman8888: rather absurd, though, isn't it?05:45
jman8888jamesstansell, Yeah.05:45
doorBNOsaosin: uhhh...are you using the default nvidia driver that came with ubuntu?05:46
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Dev05ramasdf123, I just guess so because I think it will re-install the OS. Your files won't be lost if you explicitely tell the installer NOT to format your partitions.05:46
K-tronDev05, method 1 of http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Ubuntu_Dapper_Installation_Guide seems to be what I need to do to get X working... obviously I can't reboot, so I init 1 then init 5 (heh, I could probably try to restart just the 3 services but I didn't seem to have much luck at that)05:46
BNOsaosinim not sure, ive never sed an nvidia card with linux05:46
DarkMageZwhat package is dd part of?05:46
doorBNOsaosin: i guess that means yes, since you didn't do anything special :-)05:46
Dev05ramasdf123, What I don't know if the re-install will overwrite our config files.05:47
fishyC-ron: It worked before. My guess is that I screwed up the config accidentally.05:47
doorBNOsaosin: ok...let's see. type sudo aptitude05:47
meathead_anyone here use rtorrent?05:47
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jamesstanselljman8888: no reason they couldn't sell oggs, but they've convinced themselves they won't make money that way05:47
BNOsaosindoor: well i dont think im useing any drivers right now haha cause i cant get into X05:47
Dev05K-tron, ??? You just have to but the CD in, boot it and then start the installer.05:47
dr_willismeathead_,  i have in the past.05:47
ramasdf123Dev05, i want everything but my files to be deleted, like all the config files, program files and XGL I installed05:47
doorBNOsaosin: right...05:47
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meathead_dr_willis: did you compile it yourself?05:47
doorBNOsaosin: are you in aptitude?05:47
K-tronDev05, X doesn't come up correctly by default05:48
jman8888jamesstansell, If i could i would start a Linux Freindly Itunes altenitve that Sells oog's05:48
BNOsaosindoor: i will try the dpkg-reconfigure and see if i can get it going.....let me try that, the comp is in the other room05:48
dr_willismeathead_,  I have befor.. last time i thought it was in the repos05:48
mcquaidare there any reps for mythtv .19?05:48
dr_willis!info rtorrent05:48
uboturtorrent: ncurses BitTorrent client based on LibTorrent. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.4.2-1 (dapper), package size 152 kB, installed size 448 kB05:48
doorBNOsaosin: oh, ok05:48
BNOsaosindoor; thanks for patience :(05:48
Dev05ramasdf123, I really don't know what to tell you. Why do you want to re-install? May be I can help you fix your problems without re-installing :)05:48
doorBNOsaosin: np...i'll try to help better when you get back05:48
meathead_dr_willis: it is in the repos, but my tracker doesn't allow for the really old version that's in dapper... 4.205:48
K-tronDev05, but the the steps in that guide to switch drivers do work, and when I init 5 it'll load up gdm and I'll get a desktop :)05:48
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dr_willismeathead_,  use the source luke! :)05:48
marshall_hey guys05:48
Dev05K-tron, So do that before you actually call the installer.05:48
meathead_I need to compile a new version, but everytime i SUCESSFULLY install libtorrent and then try to install rtorrent it tells me libtorrent isn't installed05:49
BNOsaosindoor: ok thanks05:49
marshall_i just updated and my atheros wlan card (ath0) isnt recognized anymore05:49
ramasdf123Dev05, there is too much junk i dont use and i tried installin stuff that doesnt work so i just want to clean everything05:49
K-tronDev05, oh, yes, of course, I just wanted to make sure that having init'd 1 and init'd 5 on a system before I start installing wouldn't mess anything up05:49
marshall_i tried lsmod and madwifi doesnt show anymore05:49
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ramasdf123Dev05 , i was trying to go VPN to wrok05:49
ramasdf123work*05:49
doormarshall_: is madwifi a kernel module?05:50
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Dev05ramasdf123, So just desinstall all that the apps. that you don't longer need.05:50
marshall_i tried modprobe madwifi and modprobe madwifi-ng and it says that modules by those names cant be found05:50
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jamesstanselljman8888: there's some evidence out there that making downloads free, but prominently letting people know how to pay for what they like, would actually make a lot more money05:50
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glickscuse me whats the name of the ubuntu wifi config utility?05:50
Dev05K-tron, Oh, no, no. Shouldn't be any problem.05:50
ramasdf123tried that, i used automatix05:50
doormarshall_: stupid question, but were you root? also, have you tried "sudo dpkg-reconfigure madwifi?"05:50
ramasdf123dev05, tried that, i used automatix but i for some reason i cant uninstall05:50
jamesstanselljman8888: but first you have to have the right to distribute tunes that people like05:50
poningruhow do I download the kernel source?05:51
poningruusing the apt-get source05:51
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Dev05ramasdf123, Mmm... KDE or GNOME?05:51
jamesstansellponingru: the package should be something like kernel-source05:51
marshall_door, theres an idea05:51
glick?05:51
popupmandoes anyone happen to know, in detail, how to use wine?05:51
doormarshall_: i just hope it's a good one :-)05:51
poningruah ok thanks let me try that05:51
marshall_door: but do i need an internet connection to reconfigure madwifi05:51
ramasdf123dev05, GNOME05:51
dr_willispopupman,  wine path/to/windowsexecutable.exe05:51
dr_willis!wine05:51
ubotuwine is a compatibility layer for running windows programs on GNU/Linux. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine for more information.05:51
raindogDoes ClamAV scan email?05:51
LadyNikonraindog: yes05:52
doormarshall_: i don't *think* so05:52
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LadyNikonat least the windoze version does05:52
jman8888jamesstansell, I think that Somebody needs to make like Ktunes or Gtunes. And make it play and download oog's. I wish i could know how much the license would be for how much.05:52
argument!vmware05:52
LadyNikonoh wait.. i read that wrong05:52
ubotuVMWare Player is in Ubuntu's !Multiverse repository. Instructions to install VMWare Server can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallingVMWare05:52
Dev05ramasdf213, Use Synaptic. Alt+F2 and then start: gksudo synaptic05:52
doormarshall_: but if you do, it'll just exit and give you an error message without breaking your computer05:52
popupmandr_willis, yes, i know that much. but, how do i add a folder in the winodws directories?05:52
marshall_is it possible to run your windows os while you're in linux and have windows use all the drivers youve installed on it?05:52
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jamesstansellponingru: package name is linux-source05:52
marshall_door: lol ok thans05:52
raindogLadyNikon:  Thanks.05:53
marshall_door: i gotta switch back and try it now05:53
dr_willispopupman,  wine makes a 'fake' windows  drive/setup in the .wine dir.  check it out.05:53
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doormarshall_: good luck!05:53
glickdoes anyone know the name of the default gnome wifi config program that ships with ubuntu??05:53
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dr_willispopupman,  then theres the wine config files. and the wine config tool (which i rarely ever use)05:53
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dr_willispopupman,  that controll that stuff05:53
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doorglick: network-manager, i think, has some settings05:53
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doorglick: or maybe it's network-admin05:54
popupmandr_willis, ill take a look to see where the actual files are stored. are they in the /usr/lib/wine folder though?05:54
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dr_willispopupman,  NO.. each user has a .wine directory05:54
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dr_willispopupman,  one is made by wine05:54
popupmandr_willis, ah. ok. ill go look for that one then05:54
Killeroid!qemu05:54
ubotuqemu is an emulator you can use to run another operating system - see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WindowsXPUnderQemuHowTo05:54
dr_willispopupman,  wine proberly has some system wide default configs also on the system05:54
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SillyZevneing05:54
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MuteMathSSRhello?05:55
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ramasdf123dev05, what does that do?05:55
popupmandr_willis, do you happen to know where the config files pointing to the actual location would be as i cant seem to find it?05:55
SillyZquick q, ubuntu, xubuntu 6.06.1, wahts the codename for gnome? metacity?05:55
dr_willispopupman,  nope. try 'locate wine'05:55
popupmandr_willis, im not exactly used to the linux file systems as its my first time on linux ><05:55
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Dev05ramasdf123, It's a powerful Package Management program :)05:55
BNOsaosindoor: im going to go on my laptop near the compter im working on....if you are free when im back im having trouble still05:55
MuteMathSSRMmzkay, what can I type in my terminal to check my fanspeed?  (over heating problems) P4 in a laptop05:55
doorSillyZ: i'm not quite sure what you mean...do you mean the name of the application to install?05:56
K-tronDev05, I'm up to up to the same point again in the install... heh, let's see if it makes it beyond detecting file systems/'backup'05:56
doorBNOsaosin: sure, i'm free05:56
BNOsaosinty05:56
ramasdf123dev05, its not opening05:56
Dev05K-tron, I hope it will.05:56
ramasdf123dev05, asks for pw and does nothing05:56
SillyZdoor like one version was named metacity, and the enothe was someting else05:56
popupmandr_willis, thanks for that. thats a command i need to know and will most likely use a lot xD. anyway, i found the files. thanks for your help05:56
doorSillyZ: so are you just trying to install gnome and metacity?05:56
doorSillyZ: did you want to install the whole gnome environment, too?05:57
SillyZtrying to install some themes here from gnome-look.org but having problems i think its the wrong version05:57
Dev05ramasdf123, in the Terminal do: sudo synaptic05:57
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dr_willispopupman,  it pays to read a few linux/shell tutorials and learn the FUNdamentals05:57
SillyZIm running gnome as we speak door05:57
doorSillyZ: are those in the "gtk2 themes" section?05:57
ramasdf123dev05, ~$ sudo synaptic05:57
ramasdf123synaptic: error while loading shared libraries: libvte.so.4: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory05:57
SillyZno they were in metacity and celestia? i belive it was05:57
SillyZsorry compiz05:58
doorSillyZ: ok...this is going to sound like a stupid question05:58
popupmandr_willis, ill go do that i suppose. i actually installed ubuntu last night and havent had much time to do any poking around. bow now i need to get a windows version of jGrasp to work.. soo.. eh..05:58
SillyZnot celestia05:58
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Dev05ramasdf123, lol, hold on.05:58
jamesstanselljman8888: this article will probably interest you: http://www.janisian.com/article-internet_debacle.html05:58
doorSillyZ: but do you use metacity as your window manager in XFCE4?05:58
SillyZfire when ready door, stupid questions seem to follow me05:58
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MuteMathSSRmkay, who wants to be my mate?05:58
doorSillyZ: I *think* that by default XFCE provides its on window manager05:58
meathead_dr_willis: ?05:59
ivx can some one help me install the w32codecs. when i try to install it says Package w32codecs is not available, but is referred to by another package.05:59
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ivxThis may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or05:59
ivxis only available from another source05:59
SillyZon XFCE I only use the default what ever that may be, i havent dug too far into it yet05:59
K-tronDev05, still hung; I'll try disconnecting every hard drive except for one that I know works and that I know I can wipe05:59
dr_willishuh?05:59
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meathead_dr_willis: you never answered my question about rtorrent05:59
doorivx:  automatix is the way to go!05:59
SillyZiok so metacity is for xfce, special enviornment05:59
doorivx:  search on the forums for automatix05:59
Dev05ramasdf123, in the Terminal run: sudo ln -s /usr/lib/libvte.so.9 /usr/lib/libvte.so.405:59
dr_willismeathead_,  what about it? if you need the latest.. use the souce.05:59
Dev05ramasdf123, Then again: sudo synaptic05:59
SillyZso for gnome i prolly want the gtk-2 themes05:59
meathead_dr_willis: do you know why rtorrent would be saying I don't have libtorrent installed when I try to compile it?05:59
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regeyaeep.  did someone just say that metacity is for xfce???06:00
ivxdoor: i'll look it up. what is it a name of a codec?06:00
meathead_dr_willis: when I very much have libtorrent installed06:00
doorSillyZ: for xfce you probably want gtk2 themes 206:00
saosinBNOdoor: back and ready to go....i tried the dpkg reconfigure....it was prefilling values for my onboard video card....im in aptitude and awaiting your instructions06:00
dr_willismeathead_,  you need the libtorrent-dev files would be MY guess06:00
ramasdf123dev05, ~$ ok06:00
Dev05K-tron, wow, ok...06:00
SillyZreally?06:00
meathead_dr_willis: I got em :(06:00
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SillyZwhere does compiz come into play then door?06:00
doorivx:  it's probably not in the repos by default...automatix is a program that installs hard-to-get things for you06:00
jamesstansellivx: automatix is a script06:00
dr_willismeathead_,  no idea. i can try to compile it.. i guess.. brb,,06:00
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ramasdf123dev05, now what?06:00
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BNOsaosinsry06:01
Dev05ramasdf123, Did Synaptic open up?06:01
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ivxdoor jamesstansell alright i'll look it up thanks06:01
doorSillyZ: i think so...06:01
doorivx: cool06:01
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doorSillyZ: you might google "xfce4 theme"06:01
doorSillyZ: and see what comes up...06:01
ramasdf123dev05, yes06:01
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doorBNOsaosin: welcome back06:01
BNOsaosinhaha thanks06:02
BNOsaosinim in apt like you said06:02
doorBNOsaosin: ok...so reconfiguring didn't work?06:02
wolfmanzAnyone here using Knotes and have it load on boot up?06:02
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SillyZaye will do, thanks again for all the help door06:02
jamesstansellivx: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats#head-6c942d1939d97331f96e42b63774003fde7daed5 has information about installing w32codecs06:02
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BNOsaosindoor: nope, it was recognizing my onboard not the nvidia06:02
doorSillyZ: good luck06:02
gb453can anyone help me get wpa_supplicant running? debug here -> http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/2168706:02
Dev05ramasdf123, so then go search and look for the packages that you want to uninstall. Be careful :)06:02
doorBNOsaosin: pardon my ignorance, but what do you mean by your "onboard?"06:02
nrdbif I where to put the contents of the LiveCD .iso file on a partition is it posible to then have grub boot from that partition as if it where the LiveCD?06:02
ramasdf123ok06:02
ramasdf123dev05, ok06:02
ramasdf123dev05, thanks06:02
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jamesstansellivx: "This package is not available from the Ubuntu repositories due to licensing and legal restrictions. You can download the package from an unoffical repository and install it with dpkg"06:03
Dev05ramasdf123, I mean CAREFUL with what you uninstall. If you don't know what the package does, search information about in Google.06:03
jamesstansellivx: automatix is one tool that automates the download and install for you.  Another one is easyubuntu.  I haven't used either myself.06:03
BNOsaosindoor: i have 2 PCI video cards installed, ATI, nVidia...the ATI is what the install was set up with....i added the nvidia to try and get it working. i also have onboard intel video (on the mobo)06:03
jamesstansell!codec06:04
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about codec - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:04
jamesstansell!w32codecs06:04
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/FreeFormats06:04
ivxjamesstansell: well how did you get w32codec to install?06:04
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doorBNOsaosin: ok...hm. i guess the first thing to do would be to install pciutils so we can find out if the computer even knows your new card exists06:04
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nrdbivx: do you have universe and mulitverse repsotories enabled?06:05
doorso press / to search in aptitude, type pciutils, & press enter06:05
doorBNOsaosin: so press / to search in aptitude, type pciutils, & press enter06:05
jamesstansellivx: did you find the automatix or easyubuntu instructions? or did you read the instruction on the RestrictedFormats page?06:05
ivxnrdb: yes then i updated and tried to install06:05
wweaselI am compiling a program that requires the lastest version of libusb, which is not in the Dapper repo. I could compile libusb from source...or....would it be a bad idea to download the deb out of the Edgy repo?06:05
doorBNOsaosin: then you can press + to mark it for installation and g g to install it...06:05
BNOsaosindoor: ok, and install pciutils-dev?'06:05
ivxjamesstansell i am doing the one now i haven't gotten any error i'll see if it works06:06
doorhmmm...press n to go to the next time it comes up06:06
doorBNOsaosin: hmmm...press n to go to the next time it comes up06:06
ramasdf123dev05, Thanks again06:06
doorBNOsaosin: i don't think you need the dev files06:06
ramasdf123dev05, do u know how to set VPN on ubuntu?06:06
Dev05ramasdf123, No problem!06:06
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wweaselGuys? Would it be a bad idea to install a deb downloaded from the Edgy repo?06:06
Dev05ramasdf132, Nope. Sorry. Any VPN Geek here???06:06
ramasdf123dev05,  ubnutu forum didnt help06:06
doorBNOsaosin: the program you're looking for is just pciutils06:06
fishyOk, when I do "sudo apt-get install ubuntu-desktop," I get a whole giant list of dependencies. Why? I thought ubuntu-desktop was supposed to install those for me.06:07
ramasdf123kol kol06:07
jamesstansellivx: w32codecs (and flash and their ilk) could impair the stability of your system.  Just something to be aware of06:07
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fishythe torpedo god06:07
doorBNOsaosin: actually, it may be easier to quit aptitude and type in "sudo aptitude install pciutils"06:07
BNOsaosindoor: ugggg my wireless does not want to work in CLI :(06:07
Dr_Willisfishy,  thats what its saying.. it will install the needed dpeendencies06:07
popupman!wine06:07
ubotuwine is a compatibility layer for running windows programs on GNU/Linux. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine for more information.06:07
doorBNOsaosin: oh, jeez...that sucks. ok, do you use ndiswrapper or what?06:07
wweaselfishy: Ubuntu desktop is a meta-package, which is jsut a package which depends on alot of things. You install the dependencies.06:07
BNOsaosindoor: will lspci give me the info i need?06:08
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doorBNOsaosin: hopefully06:08
sebastian\q06:08
wweaselGuys: Would installing an Edgy deb in Dapper be a bad idea?06:08
BNOsaosindoor: indeed, ndis06:08
ivxjamesstansell i am just trying to play mp3s06:08
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argumentin gvim... why would CTRL-SHIFT-w s "not work" e.g. it just behaves like CTRL-SHIFT-w never happend and just does the literal 's' command. it just deletes the next letter and puts me in insert mode06:08
fishyDr_Willis and wweasel: I know that. It doesn't let me install because it says it depends on those. "Depends on gnome-panel, but it is not going to be installed."06:08
sebastianquit06:08
BNOsaosindoor: ok ill get out of here and run that cmd06:08
doorBNOsaosin: ok...do sudo modprobe ndiswrapper06:08
crimsunwweasel: yes.06:08
wweaselcrimsun: Argh...then I need to compile it from source :(06:08
jamesstansellivx: the helixplayer project is expected to support the windows codecs before long, possibly by the end of the year.  If that really happens, then they could possibly be supported from at least multiverse by ubuntu 7.0406:08
Dr_Willisfishy,  you dident MENTION tha tlast part. :P06:08
tuxarsebastian, use /leave #ubuntu06:08
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doorBNOsaosin: and after you've modprobed it, try this:  sudo ifdown eth0 && sudo ifup wlan006:09
jamesstansellivx: just mp3s?  I don't think you would need w32codecs for that06:09
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fishyDr_Willis: So what's wrong? Will I have to install Ubuntu for the 5th time?06:09
sebastia1hello06:09
doorivx: search for mp3 in synaptic06:09
Deaigohow do i setup the java vnc viewer on ubuntu?06:09
ivxdoor: search for it in what06:10
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lownoma925My brother is having trouble with his wireless card on his new ubuntu installation. (Toshiba Satelite)06:10
Dr_Willisfishy,  i would guess the package system some how is confused.    theres some options to apt-get ya can use.. but ive rarely ever needed them. to force the isntalls06:10
lownoma925Can anyone point him in the right direction06:10
doorivx: synaptic is the package manager you use to install programs06:10
ivxdoor nver mind06:10
wweaseldoor, ivx: I think ivx needs gstreamer0.10-mad06:10
sebastia1can anyone help me to downgrade my linux kernel ?06:10
sebastia1using xubuntu 6.06.106:10
ivxdoor yeah according to synapitc it is installed06:10
BNOsaosindoor: haha ok, i got the wireless up and running....i tried a ping and forgot to limit it haha how do i stop it06:10
doorBNOsaosin: control-c06:11
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fishyDr_Willis: "The following actions will resolve these dependencies: | Downgrade the following packages: | capplets-data [1:2.14.2-0ubuntu1 (now) -> 1:2.14.1-0ubuntu11 (dapper)]  | gnome-applets-data [2.14.2-0ubuntu1 (now) -> 2.14.1-0ubuntu3 (dapper)]  | gnome-panel-data [2.14.2-0ubuntu1 (now) -> 2.14.1-0ubuntu16 (dapper)]  | gnome-terminal-data [2.14.2-0ubuntu1 (now) -> 2.14.1-0ubuntu1 (dapper)]  | Score is -31006:11
quintinWhat is an idiot proof bit torrent client/06:11
BNOsaosinahh ok...i will install pciutils...brb06:11
quintin?06:11
fishy"06:11
doorBNOsaosin: that's the command to forcibly kill a command-line program06:11
doorquintin: bittornado06:11
jamesstanselldeaigo: do you have sun-java installed?06:11
doorBNOsaosin: kk06:11
quintindoor: neat-o06:11
doorquintin: :-)06:11
Deaigojamesstansell yeh yeh06:11
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quintinis emule not in any repositories?06:11
fishyDr_Willis: Should I accept it or not?06:12
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jman8888Is there a way to have shockwave in ubuntu? (Not flash i already have that but shockwave stuff wont work)_06:12
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Deaigoi just want to open my browser and goto ubuntu:5800 and use the java screen06:12
el_tacook this is getting frustrating. I can't find info on how to change the applications menu. can anyone point me in the right direction.06:12
BNOsaosindoor: done06:12
eugmanHey, how can I see the list of games I've installed from the terminal? Also is nethack much fun?06:12
argumentquintin, ktorrent06:12
Dr_Willisfishy,  ive rarely had things break like that..    so cant really tell ya.06:12
jamesstansellivx: the main package you need installed is gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly06:12
argumentquintin, is teh best IMO06:12
tuxarel_taco, use alacarte06:12
lownoma925It says in the device manager that eth1 is unknown but it detects it as his wifi card06:12
ushoozjman8888: not without using wine and a hackish method06:13
el_tacotuxar: that installed by default?06:13
IcemanV9jman8888: unforunately, there is none (shockwave) for linux06:13
doorBNOsaosin: here's something you can do, too, that might make this a li'l easier (sorry this is taking so long)...sudo aptitude install irssi. then press alt+f2 to go to another shell06:13
fishyDr_Willis: If anything goes wrong, it'll just be another reason to reinstall. :)06:13
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doorBNOsaosin: so then you won't have to go back and forth06:13
el_tacotuxar: i'm blind sorry06:13
sebastia1anyone ?06:13
el_tacotuxar: thanks :)06:13
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doorBNOsaosin: and then you might go ahead and try lspci06:13
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tuxarel_taco, nevermind06:13
Dr_Willisfishy,  normally the first thing i do on a ubuntu install is install kubuntu-desktop and several dozen other packages.. rarely have issues.  and of coruse if ya know the apt-get systme- you proberly wouldent need to reinstall.06:13
jamesstansellDeaigo: you probably need the vnc server installed for that.  I'm not familiar with the current packaging06:14
Dr_Willisapt-get is oneof those things thats worth learning. and learning well06:14
IcemanV9jman8888: like ushooz said, it is possible with wine06:14
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Deaigokk06:14
Deaigoi have vnc running06:14
BNOsaosindoor: done06:14
Deaigojust with out the java thingo06:14
jman8888ushooz, ? How will i still be able to have firefox?06:14
KanRiNiNHi guys.  I'm trying to remove the xorg-driver-fglrx package so I can install the new driver, and apt-get keeps returning an "error 2"06:14
lownoma925Can anyone help me with a laptop wireless card issue?06:14
jman8888ushooz, How do i do it?06:15
jamesstanselldeaigo: tightvnc?06:15
Deaigothe one that comes with it06:15
Dr_WillisI tend to use the vnc4server/viewer06:15
Deaigolibvnc or something06:15
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jamesstansellDeaigo: looks like the package would be tightvnc-java06:15
doorBNOsaosin: ok...so in that other terminal you can go ahead and log into irssi...type irssi and then type /connect freenode, then /join #ubuntu...then you won't have to switch computers. and for lspci, do you see your card in the output?06:16
Deaigoyeh i installed06:16
Deaigovnc-java and tightvnc-java06:16
BNOsaosinyep its properly recognized06:16
cynikallownoma925: whats the problem?06:16
BNOsaosindoor: brb on irssi06:16
Fractureare there any problems with installing the latest NVIDIA driver, that nvidia provides on their site ?06:16
jamesstanselldoes nx have a java client?06:16
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doorBNOsaosin: shiny06:16
er4z0rhi06:16
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sebastia1so can anyone tell me how to downgrade my kernel ? Synaptic->Force version is somehow disabeld06:16
tuxardoor, are you using konversation ?06:17
cynikalsebastia1: why would you want to?06:17
ushoozjman8888: easiest way is something like Crossover. Google wine + shackwave 1006:17
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ushoozshockwave 1006:17
doortuxar: no, irssi06:17
wweaselI'm having a problem. I need to update libusb to the latest stable version x.x.12, when the repos has x.x.10. I think I am supposed to uninstall libusb before compiling and installing the new version. But a bunch of packages depend on it...06:17
doortuxar: why?06:17
doorwweasel: here's a neat trick06:18
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tuxardoor, because when I use konversation puts the name and : after it, just curiosity06:18
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: hola06:18
doortuxar: sweet06:18
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doorBNOsaosin-tux: hallo!06:18
doorBNOsaosin-tux: just a sec06:18
K-tronwildest imagination news story-- google buys transgaming, renames cedega 'Gega' and makes it free as in freedom06:18
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor:np :)06:19
doorwweasel: actually...i'm sorry. i don't actually know how the trick works with libraries06:19
wweaseldoor: the other option was, I noticed the latest version is in the Edgy repo. But that sounded like a bad idea from the get-go.06:19
jman8888Im gonna try it with wine06:20
lownoma925Anyone knowledgeable with toshiba laptops?06:20
doorwweasel: you might try reading the man page for dpkg-divert06:20
IcemanV9ushooz: ?? just install win32 fx with wine, then install win32 shockwave, right?06:20
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doorwweasel: which can let you rename a program so when you install a different version, they won't conflict06:20
wweaseldoor: Perhaps I could compile it into a .deb file? but I don't know how to do that.06:20
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doorwweasel: ask if anybody knows how to divert a library to a new name06:21
doorBNOsaosin-tux: ok...let's look at your xorg.conf06:21
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: ok06:21
doorBNOsaosin-tux: less /etc/X11/xorg.conf06:21
wweaseldoor: I don't think I need to keep the old version...06:21
doorwweasel: the thing is, this way all the ubuntu apps that depend on it won't break06:21
doorwweasel: :-/06:22
ushoozIcemanV9: not familiar with win32 fx. I have only ever tried Crossover a long time ago. I have not great need of Shockwave Director stuff06:22
doorwweasel: if i may ask, why do you need the new version?06:22
IcemanV9on another box, i installed win32 fx (including flash9) so my wife can watch the Lost show from ABC video.06:22
wweaseldoor: libmtp depends on the latest version of libusb.06:22
wweaseldoor: I need libmtp to get my MTP Music Player to work :P06:23
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BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: for some reason, the device is listed as my integrated video card...not what i installed with06:23
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doorBNOsaosin-tux: ok...find "section device"--specifically, the device section with your card in it. does it exist?06:23
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glickhey does anyone have a platinum dlink N series wireless card working with linux?06:23
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: only 1 device, the one i stated06:23
doorwweasel: are you trying to install libmtp manually (not in the repos)?06:23
wweaseldoor: It does not exist in the rpos.06:23
doorBNOsaosin-tux: is there another section with you new one in it?06:23
doorwweasel: aha06:24
tomasz27Can I run Dreamweaver 8 under Ubuntu?06:24
BNOsaosin-tuxglick: running pre-n?06:24
doorwweasel: ok, try this06:24
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BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: no06:24
glickBNOsaosin what do you mean?06:24
doorwweasel: apt-cache search libusb06:24
doorwweasel: do you see one with "dev" after it?06:24
wweaseldoor: I was thinking, what if I compiled the latest version of libusb into deb? Then I could just install the deb and have it replace the old version cleanly.06:24
glickim thinkin of getting this card: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?skuId=7843701&type=product&id=114229845684306:24
wweaseldoor: yep06:24
doorBNOsaosin-tux: ok...let's try writing you one, then :-)06:24
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: haha agreed06:25
quintincan someon e tell me a wireless pcmcia card that won't be a total pain in the ass?06:25
IcemanV9tomasz27: maybe with wine - check out @ winehq app db (winehq.org)06:25
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doorfirst, get into aptitude06:25
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tomasz27THX06:25
doorand search for nvidia (/ is search, n is search again)06:25
sebastia1tuxar: because with kernel 2.6.15.23 my laptop was working correctly06:25
sebastia1now with 2.6.15.26 is not ... network lags, sound is broken :(06:25
sebastia106:25
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quintinAny reason that a wifi adapter that is somewhat working would not work when run through a usb hub ?06:25
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BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: what am i looking for06:25
doorwweasel: ok, do sudo aptitude install libusb-dev or whatever06:25
Dr_Willisnot enough power quintin  perhaps.06:26
wweaseldoor: It's already installed.06:26
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doorwweasel: for serious? criminy06:26
wweaseldoor: I installed it yesterday06:26
doorwweasel: i don't know what to say, then06:26
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doorBNOsaosin-tux: just a sec, let me look06:26
secleinteerdoes any1 know why i'm not getting any video by default when playing xvid avi's? i recently installed ubuntu06:26
wweaseldoor: Does my idea of compiling the source of the latest into a .deb make sense?06:26
secleinteeri just hear the sound06:26
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: sure, ty again06:26
secleinteerthis happens in vlc and mplayer06:27
doorwweasel: i don't think it would make a difference06:27
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wweaseldoor: Alright. Well, thanks for the help.06:27
JKodersorry of i repeat but i have huge network lags06:27
BNOsaosin-tuxsecleinteer: i had that problen, try running easy ubuntu (search google)06:27
doorwweasel: try installing it just plain06:27
JKoder... how to downgrade my kernel :((06:27
secleinteerwhat exactly am i missing?06:27
ZeronenoreZmy mouth theme 'whiteglass' always have a white line!06:27
wweaseldoor: Well, I can't have two versions of libusb installed at the same time...06:27
doorwweasel: with ./configure; make; sudo make install (etc.)06:27
secleinteeri know how to install stuff, this isn't my first ubuntu install06:27
BNOsaosin-tuxsecleinteer: not sure, but i know that script solved my problem06:28
doorwweasel: you might could, actually06:28
secleinteerk06:28
doorBNOsaosin-tux: try xserver-xorg-driver-nvidia06:28
doorno06:28
wweaseldoor: I could get away with it, but how would I instruct things to use the latest one (in /usr/local) instead of the old one in /usr06:28
doorBNOsaosin-tux: i mean, nv06:28
shinobi2http://rafb.net/paste/results/qMO0aq33.html  i tried to compile but got this error06:28
wweaseldoor: and the uninstall the old one06:28
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: search NV?06:28
doorso sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-driver-nv06:28
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doorBNOsaosin-tux: so sudo aptitude install xserver-xorg-driver-nv06:29
IcemanV9secleinteer: probably some plugins that you need to install -- https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats06:29
doorwweasel: uninstalling it will do bad bad things to ubuntu, even if you install a new one06:29
chrono13Does anyone have any advice for a good graphics card (preferably sub $100). I'm replacing a GeforceFX 5200. My mothers system doesn't seen to be up to spec to Wine "Dreamfall - Longest Journey 2". Has anyone ran it in Wine successfully, if so, what card were you using? If nothing else.. anyone have any suggestions for a lower end card that would be better than the FX 5200?06:29
doorwweasel: i suggest posting on the forums06:29
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doorwweasel: before uninstalling it06:29
wweaseldoor: You think updating to the latest version will do bad things?06:29
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linux__alieni ve a problem with Ubuntu. my Loopback interface does not start up at all but i am able to connect to the internet. i use pppoe to connect to the internet06:30
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BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: done, i think i already had it06:30
wweaseldoor: I am gonna try it, and if I have any instability I'll revert.06:30
doorwweasel: the thing is, ubuntu won't consider it an update06:30
linux__aliencould someone help me out?06:30
linux__alienHi e-type06:30
doorwweasel: all those other packages specifically depend on the one in the ubuntu repos06:30
wweaseldoor: That's why I'm thinking, if I can get the latest version in a .deb, ubuntu might consider it an update to the old one in the repos.06:30
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linux__aliene-type, as you said i modified the interface file and removed the auto keyword before eth0 now my resolv.conf does not get updated since i had that problem on the other day06:30
MystaMaxhow do i create a shortcut to my windows box? I'm trying to cut out the process of going to Places and then connect to network server. Is this possible?06:30
tomasz27what can I use Vmware for?06:31
doorBNOsaosin-tux: k...try the same for nvidia-kernel-common and nvidia-kernel-source06:31
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tomasz27sorry, kinda new to Linux06:31
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BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: k06:31
linux__alienNow i dont see my loop back interface starting at all06:31
ushoozchrono13: 6600 NVidia series should fit the bill06:31
shinobi2anyone got kdevelop to work on ubuntu06:31
K-tronDev05, here goes, with one, definitely good SATA drive connected and that's it for hard drives... You have no idea how much I want this to work heh06:31
chrono13Thanks ushooz : )06:31
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thiago__How to play Age of empires 2. The wine were very low06:32
doorwweasel: it's not a deb period that ubuntu's looking for...i *really* think you should post your question before doing that06:32
doorBNOsaosin-tux: anything?06:32
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: its asking me to downgrade06:32
BNOsaosin-tuxDoor: should i06:32
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jamesstansellsecleinteer: you may need to install gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad06:32
BNOsaosin-tuxfor -source06:32
wweaseldoor: Alright, thanks06:32
Ampsonicwhat is a "sock"06:32
Dev05K-tron, Wow SATA! Cool. I saw their connectors, they look better that the big IDE's :)06:32
doornoaXess_kubuntu: adking you to downgrade what?06:32
glickhow do i know if i have cardbus or pcmcia?06:32
MystaMaxanyone?06:33
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BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: libc606:33
BNOsaosin-tuxand libc6-i68606:33
jamesstansellsecleinteer: according to http://gstreamer.freedesktop.org/documentation/plugins.html06:33
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doorBNOsaosin-tux: hmmmmmmmmm06:33
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doortry substituting apt-get for aptitude06:33
IcemanV9tomasz27: vmware is like you can install other OS on the top of host OS (in ur case, ubuntu)06:33
secleinteerok thx06:33
secleinteeri'll try that06:33
dooractually06:33
Dev05MystaMax, Just create a link to your drive, folder or file.06:33
doorBNOsaosin-tux: try doing sudo apt-get update06:33
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AmpsonicWhat is a sock?06:34
doorBNOsaosin-tux: and then try substituting apt-get for aptitude in the install command06:34
Dev05MystaMax, Right-Click -> Make Link06:34
K-tronDev05, yeah, I have a bunch of sata drives, the cables alone make them worth it, especially since sata drives commonly cost about the same as ide's06:34
jamesstansellsecleinteer: or possibly try totem-xine or gxine06:34
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: ok its getting it now06:34
Dev05K-tron, Send me one!!!06:34
doorso it's working fine?06:34
MystaMaxDev05, I receive an error that says, "Error, Unsupported operation" while creating a link to "smb://windowsbox/media"06:34
doorBNOsaosin-tux: so it's not asking you to downgrade?06:34
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: looks like evrything is up to date06:34
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secleinteergxine?06:35
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: no not now06:35
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doorBNOsaosin-tux: sweet...go ahead and go "sudo apt-get upgrade," though06:35
doorBNOsaosin-tux: that will update the rest of your system06:35
thiago__How to play Age of empires 2 ?? wine is very slow06:35
doorBNOsaosin-tux: let me know when you're done, i guess...06:35
BNOsaosin-tuxdone06:35
dooroh, sweet. ok06:35
jamesstansellsecleinteer: it was listed on the RestrictedFormats page06:35
K-tronDev05, gah, it looks like it's hanging still in the same place06:35
jamesstansell!gxine06:35
ubotugxine: the xine video player, GTK+/Gnome user interface. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.5.1-0ubuntu15 (dapper), package size 301 kB, installed size 804 kB06:35
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K-tronDev05 and this hard drive is definitely good, it was running winxp < 20 minutes ago06:36
doorBNOsaosin-tux: ok, now back up your xorg.conf file (sudo cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.bak06:36
secleinteeri'm on kde06:36
door)06:36
ExdaixDoes anyone have an easy How-To for XGL/Compiz on the latest Ubuntu?06:36
linux__alieni ve a weird problem with ubuntu i dont see my Loop back interface starting at all. I am using pppoe to connect to the internet and i had a problem on the other day where in my resolv.conf was getting automatically updated after i get connected to the internet with some nameserver IP so i removed the auto keyword before the eth0 entry in the interface file '06:36
secleinteerand that gstreamer plugin didn't helppp06:36
Dev05MystaMax, Try in your desktop: Right-Click -> Create Launcher... In the Command field in the dialog that appeared type: nautilus "smb://windowsbox/media"06:36
linux__aliencould some one help me please?06:36
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doorBNOsaosin-tux: and then do sudo nano -w /etc/X11/xorg.conf06:36
linux__alienshould i remove the auto keyword before the lo interface also in the interface file?06:36
Dev05MystaMac, Hold on, KDE or GNOME???06:36
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Dev05MystaMax...06:36
MystaMaxDev05, Gnome, sorry06:37
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: awiting orders :)06:37
Dev05MystaMax, so yeah, that's what you have to do.06:37
jamesstansellsecleinteer: for kubuntu: "In addition to the default Kaffeine player, you could try KMplayer and Codeine"06:37
MystaMaxDev05, ok, i'll try it now06:37
doorBNOsaosin-tux: lol. heirarchies are evil--i don't give orders (on purpose)06:37
glicklemme put it this way, whats a good G wireless card that supports WPA in ubuntu?06:38
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BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: your orders > my blind ambition06:38
BNOsaosin-tux:)06:38
doorBNOsaosin-tux: so now go to the section for your old card (i warn you, i'm kind of making this as i go along)06:38
doorBNOsaosin-tux: lol06:38
secleinteerk06:38
K-tronSo yeah, the installer still hangs for me at this point.... Oh wait! if all I have are sata drives, do I need to pass a kernel parameter when the livecd loads, like 'doscsi' or something?06:38
secleinteeri'll try kaffeine right now06:38
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: ok cool06:38
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Fracture woohoo.. nvidia 1.0-8774 seems to fix the crashing problem in my X server :()06:38
secleinteernope06:39
secleinteerno luck with kaffeine06:39
doorBNOsaosin-tux: and put a number sign (#...this makes the line into a comment) before every line in that section starting with "Section Device" and ending with "EndSection"06:39
jamesstansell!libxine-extracodecs06:39
ubotulibxine-extracodecs: the xine video/media player library, binary files. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 1.1.1+ubuntu1-2 (dapper), package size 1148 kB, installed size 2976 kB06:39
Dev05K-tron, May be. Check in Nautilus if you see your drive.06:39
secleinteerwill this let me play the stuff in vlc/mplayer?06:39
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: done06:40
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Dev05!tell K-tron about sata06:40
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about sata - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:40
wweaseldoor: If you're still around, I have a question.06:40
doorBNOsaosin-tux: k, now add this line underneath: Section "Device"06:40
doorwweasel: shoot06:40
wweaseldoor: At this point libusb0.1.10 and libusb0.1.12 are co-existing.06:40
doorBNOsaosin-tux: then,      Identifier     "NVIDIA Corporation NV17 [GeForce4 420 Go 32M] "06:40
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wweaseldoor: 10 lives in /usr and 12 lives in /usr/local06:41
doorBNOsaosin-tux: only without a line break06:41
doorBNOsaosin-tux: and substituting your card06:41
secleinteeri've already got that libxine thing btw06:41
wweaseldoor: How do I tell libmtp, the application that depends on 12, to use the one in /usr/local?06:41
doorBNOsaosin-tux: and keeping the spacing the same as in the rest of the file06:41
MystaMaxDev05, I get an error stating, "The folder contents could not be displayed. Sorry, couldn't display all the contents of "media"."06:41
jamesstansellsecleinteer: libxine-extracodecs was listed in RestrictedFormats with Kaffeine, codeine and mplayer06:41
doorwweasel: hmmmm...i'm not sure. try ./configure --help06:42
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fishyHow do I kill a program running in WINE?06:42
Dev05MystaMax, Can you ping your Windows box?06:42
Dev05fishy, just like you kill any other app.06:43
fishyDev05: What process is it?06:43
doorBNOsaosin-tux: the next line should be spaced exactly the same and say06:43
secleinteeryeah, well that wasn't the problem06:43
jamesstansellfishy: if nothing else you can kill the wine processes06:43
doorBNOsaosin-tux: Driver "nv"06:43
Dev05fishy, in a console type: ps aux06:43
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Dev05fishy, then find it :)06:43
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secleinteerbtw, i install ubuntu on another computer, and everything works just fine06:43
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: done both06:43
secleinteermaybe it's because kubuntu's missing something?06:43
azurealfishy, combine ps aux with grep06:43
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MystaMaxDev05, checkin...06:44
JKoderplease help me with my kernel !!!! i need to downgrade because my PC is not fully functional06:44
JKodernetwork lags and sound to :(06:44
NickGarveyJKoder: what do you mean?06:44
jamesstansellsecleinteer: maybe - have you tried in #kubuntu or the kubuntu forums?06:44
JKoderafter boot i need 10 minutes for network to be functional06:44
K-tronDev05, I'll check... I do know that if I try to mount the drive (/dev/sda) it says the drive is busy, and it is not already mounted, if that is telling...06:44
doorBNOsaosin-tux: cool...i'm not sure what to put for BusID...06:44
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MystaMaxDev05, yes i can ping via IP, but not hostname.06:45
doorBNOsaosin-tux: what did it say on that line for your old one?06:45
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: how do i find out haha>06:45
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K-tronlink Ktron06:45
BNOsaosin-tuxpci:0:5:006:45
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linux__aliencould some one here be kind enough to help me out please?06:45
fishyDev05: There's nothing in there related to WINE at all. I killed "wineserver" and "wine-preloader," to no effect.06:45
jamesstansellinteresting - I never heard of http://kubuntuforums.net/ before06:45
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secleinteerk i'll try that06:45
azureal!ask > linux__alien06:45
Dev05MystaMax, I don't know how it works for Samba, but I guess it should resolve the windowsbox name...06:45
doorBNOsaosin-tux: ok...just for the heck of it let's try what it says in mine:  "PCI:1:0:0"06:46
doorBNOsaosin-tux: then insert a line that just says EndSection06:46
MystaMaxok, Dev05 thanks for the help.06:46
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: done06:46
doorBNOsaosin-tux: then reboot and see what happens06:46
doorBNOsaosin-tux: cross your fingers! good luck106:47
door!06:47
Dev05MystaMax, But I couldn't help :(06:47
BNOsaosin-tuxok....ill be back hopefully in xchat06:47
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doorBNOsaosin-tux: coolbeans!06:47
MystaMaxDev05, you pointed me in the right direction, I'll start searching the net for a solution :)06:47
jamesstansellfishy: did wineserver exit, or is it possibly still running?06:47
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linux__alienazureal, I am using pppoeconf to connect to the internet . i get connected to the internet but after some minutes my resolv.conf gets updated automatically so hence to prevent that i modified the interface file. I removed the auto keyword before the eth0 interface and then it was working fine but my Local loop back interface didnt come up now i dont know what to do . I ve reverted back all my changes in the interface file. could you help me to solve06:47
linux__alien this please?06:47
Dev05MystaMax, I hope I did :)06:47
fishyjamesstansell: It says "defunct" next to it06:47
Dev05MystaMax, Oh, idea!06:47
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MystaMaxDev05, ok06:48
AyanoOkay, I have a linksys ap with 64 bit hex encryption, and a linksys pcmcia card...  how do I get it to see my ap?06:48
Dev05fishy, the path in ps -aux should look like /home/<your user name here>/.wine/whatever Kill that one06:48
linux__alienazureal, i ve an entry in the dsl-provider file called usepeerDNS. Now i ve commented that out. So will this solve the problem?06:48
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jamesstansellfishy: that means that parent process hasn't fetched the exit status yet06:48
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Dev05MystaMax, I think you have to create and Alias, say IP 1.1.1.1 maps to name "whatever". I hope that would do it.06:49
jamesstansellfishy: what process goes with the ppid for wineserver?06:49
Dev05MystaMax, Now's there's a problem. I don't know how to do that on Ubuntu, so please, let me check.06:49
fishyjamesstansell: 521106:50
K-tronDev05-- if you mean goes the drive show up in 'Computer - File Browser' in Gnome, it does, however it can't be mounted06:50
azureallinux__alien, I'm not familiar with this problem...hopefully someone else on the channel can help you06:50
linux__alienazureal, you there?06:50
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linux__alienazureal, No one here is helping me out :-(06:50
Dev05K-tron, And the reason is because is "busy"?06:50
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fishyWhat's 5211?06:50
jamesstansellfishy: ps -p 521106:50
wick2ohello, anyone still up? I'm tring to find a way to use proftpd to convert all uploaded files to a specific username and group06:51
wick2ohas anyone acomplished this?06:51
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MystaMaxDev05, i think its in the hosts file06:51
antdoor: im in CLI heaven :(06:51
Dev05MystaMax, Yeah, do this:06:51
doorant: oh dear. what did you do?06:51
fishyjamesstansell: 5211 ?        00:01:38 wine-preloader <defunct>06:51
antdoor: me = BNO btw06:52
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K-tronDev05-- sorry, that's what happens if I try 'sudo mount /dev/sda dirname'... I forgot I should be trying 'sudo mount /dev/sda1 dirname', and that worked06:52
doorant: oh!06:52
antdoor: dont think that PCI setting was correct06:52
JKoderand soud is like uuubbbuuunnnttttuuuu06:52
JKoderwith ubuntu 6.06 ( kernel 2.6.15.23 ) everithing was ok06:52
JKoderbut with ubuntu 6.06.1 (kernel 2.6.15.26 ) no :(06:52
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jamesstansellfishy: ok what's parent of 5211?06:52
Dev05K-tron, Oh.06:52
JKoder06:52
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doorant: crap. did you get an error message?06:52
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: yeah, it said xserver was not set up correctly06:52
fishyjamesstansell: I have no Idea.06:52
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fishy*idea06:52
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K-tronDev05-- so it looks like it detects the hard drive correctly... Any other ideas/things for me to try to try to track down why it hangs?06:53
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: ooo...error is "Undefined device"06:53
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: it still has old info in there06:53
Dev05K-tron, Now that you mounted it, try again.06:53
|thunderhow do I determine what version my nvidia drives are? it seems 1.0-8774 has been released06:53
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: under default screen06:53
doorBNOsaosin-tux: try sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg-core06:53
jamesstansellfishy: do you have a process like "/home/<your user name here>/.wine/"06:53
JKoderplease help .. i can hardly use my network :(06:53
K-tronDev05 right now it's mount as /media/temphd , is that fine or did you have a particular place in mind?06:53
fishyjamesstansell: No.06:53
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DanaGI'm wondering: is there an easy way to get dhclient3 to update my /etc/hosts automatically?06:54
azureallinux__alien, this is an interesting article; not sure if it helps... https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+source/pppoeconf/+bug/791106:54
jamesstansellfishy: does pstree show the wine processes and their parent?06:54
Dev05MystaMax, Ok, add a Network Monitor Applet to your Panel and click its icon. In the dialog that appears change the "Name" to the interface where you have your Samba connection. Then click "Configure". Tell me when done.06:54
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ciscosurfer| thunder: sudo dpkg -s nvidia-glx    OR    sudo dpkg -s nvidia-glx-legacy06:55
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: ok...just back to terminal06:55
fishyjamesstansell: No.06:55
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doorBNOsaosin-tux: is gdm installed?06:55
Dev05K-tron, there should be a file called like: /dev/sda/ If it is there, you can proceed with the installation and tell the Partitioner to install in there.06:55
GTroyhi guys, anyone know about filesystems?  like hfs+ ?06:55
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: it was running on the ATI card06:55
AyanoCan someone give me any guidance?06:55
azureallinux__alien, bleh, nvm... outdated ...forgot to check  year of post06:55
doorBNOsaosin-tux: what was? gdm?06:55
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: gdm = that gnome login screen correct?06:55
doorBNOsaosin-tux: yup!06:56
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fishyyes06:56
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BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: yeah, it worked fine before06:56
doorBNOsaosin-tux: ok...so now you've reconfigured the xserver-core06:56
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K-tronDev05-- there are files /dev/sda, /dev/sda1, /dev/sda2, /dev/sda5 all in that directory... I'll try again06:56
K-tron:)06:56
doortype sudo gdm and see what happens06:56
ciscosurfer|thunder: sudo dpkg -s nvidia-glx    OR    sudo dpkg -s nvidia-glx-legacy06:56
doorBNOsaosin-tux: type sudo gdm and see what happens06:56
Dev05K-tron, Oh, how many partitions you've got there. Ok, it's good.06:57
|thunderthanks ciscosurfer06:57
Dev05K-tron, just go in the installer.06:57
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BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: "gdm already running"  wtf!?06:57
ciscosurfer|thunder: anytime ;-)06:57
ExplicitSaosin rocks.06:57
band-aidhow can I change my screen resolution to 1280X1024 from 640x480. The drop down menu dosn't work. I have the proper resolutions in Xorg.conf.06:57
doorBNOsaosin-tux: sudo killall gdm06:57
doorBNOsaosin-tux: sudo gdm06:57
K-tronI figured I'd let ubuntu autopartition/format that drive anyway, unless you think that's a bad idea given these circumstances06:58
BNOsaosin-tuxdone06:58
Dev05MystaMax, Ready?06:58
BNOsaosin-tuxnothing happened06:58
Ayanocan anyone help me get my wireless working?06:58
MystaMaxDev05, OK done06:58
doorBNOsaosin-tux: no errors or antyhing?06:58
Deaigoi need a really small httpd06:58
doorjust still in the CLI?06:58
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: oh....it popped up the error06:58
Deaigosever 1 index.html file06:58
Deaigoserve*06:58
doorBNOsaosin-tux: hmmmmmm06:58
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: yep cli06:58
K-tronDeaigo, lighttpd?06:58
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BNOsaosin-tuxthis is wierd06:58
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doorBNOsaosin-tux: ok...do you have a separate /home partition?06:58
DeaigoK-tron thats too much for what i want06:58
Dev05MystaMax, ok, so in the "Network settings" dialog that just appeared, click on the "Hosts" Tab.06:58
|thunderread about the new linux nVidia driver here. http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=535&num=1. has more hardware composition support for xorg 7.1.06:59
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: nope just / and swap06:59
Dev05MystaMax, Then click "Add".06:59
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doorBNOsaosin-tux: hmmmm...i won't suggest you reinstall then. if you ever do have to reinstall, though, be sure to make a separate partition for /home06:59
MystaMaxDev05, Ok. I already added the hostname and IP of the windows box06:59
ciscosurfer|thunder: I'll take a look06:59
Dev05MystaMax, That was fast,06:59
MystaMaxDev05, but I did it from the CLI06:59
JKodercan anyone PM me for kernel help please !!! i cannot post here because i have HUGE lags and i cannot trak messages !!!!06:59
doorBNOsaosin-tux: i'm sorry...i really don't know what else to tell you06:59
K-tronDev05-- just started trying again, letting it erase and autopartition/etc /dev/sda06:59
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: haha thats ok....thanks for al your help06:59
doorBNOsaosin-tux: have you posted on the forums?07:00
BNOsaosin-tuxdoor: not yet07:00
MystaMaxDev05, do I need to restart the interface?07:00
BNOsaosin-tuxi will now07:00
Dev05MystaMax, So try again with the Launcher you have previously created.07:00
doorBNOsaosin-tux: good luck07:00
nich0sMy name is nich0s and I know very little :P07:00
BNOsaosin-tuxty07:00
doorBNOsaosin-tux: sorry i couldn't help more07:00
BNOsaosin-tuxoor: haha np07:00
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Dev05K-tron, OK.07:00
MystaMaxDev05, same error, I'm wondering if  I need to restart or something?07:00
DanaGdang, ...07:01
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AyanoAnyone willing to help me?07:01
DanaGHow can I get dhclient3 to update my /etc/hosts automatically?07:01
Dev05MystaMax, OK, so Disable the Interface and Re-Enable it again.07:01
doorAyano: with what?07:01
Ayanowireless07:01
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Linuturkis there a specific channel dedicated to Tablet PC users on Ubunut?07:01
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MystaMaxDev05, Ok, I'll lose ya, so BRb07:02
MystaMaxBRB07:02
doorAyano: do you use ndiswrapper, and what's the problem?07:02
Dev05MystaMax, OK.07:02
Linuturkif there isn't a channel dedicated to Tablet PC users running ubuntu, who would I talk to about starting it?07:02
Ayanodoor: no on ndiswrapper, and I can't get my card to see the ap07:02
doorAyano: what ap?07:03
ciscosurferdoor: access point07:03
Ayanoit just says accesspoint invalid all of the time...  My linksys access point07:03
doorciscosurfer: eh?07:03
jamesstansellDanaG: are you wanting it to update your local IP address in /etc/hosts?07:03
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doorAyano: sorry...i don't know what to tell you. good luck finding an answer07:03
DanaGYeah.07:03
MystaMax_Dev05,07:04
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MystaMax_Dev05, MUHAHAHAHAHAA it worked!07:04
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Dev05MystaMax_, Cool! Nice.07:04
DanaGIs there a way to make the system keep a list of currently-active hosts (with names) on the network?07:04
ciscosurferdoor: you said "what ap" so I answered for Ayano...perhaps you meant "what type of ap?"  or "which ap manufacturer"07:04
MystaMax_Dev05, so now we both know how to do it, cool beans.07:05
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DanaGAll the other systems are Windows File Sharing-enabled, so I could pull names from incoming requests -- except for the router.07:05
doorciscosurfer: aha. i didn't know ap was an abbreviation, which perhaps should tell you i'm not the right person to answer after all :-)07:05
jamesstansellDanaG: I'm not seeing dhclient in apt-cache. you are running dapper, right?07:05
Dev05MystaMax_, Yeah, although I've always wondered how to set Samba up :)07:05
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DanaGYeah.07:05
DanaGLook for dhcp307:05
ciscosurferdoor: lol07:05
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technicianhi where to find complete ubuntu theme 'all in one' with all wallpaper icons window border everything in one07:06
Dev05K-tron, How is the installation going?07:06
doortechnician: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-artwork07:06
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ciscosurferdoor: you know about ndiswrapper but not ap?  shame shame07:06
nich0sNOt everyone loves wireless :P07:06
techniciandoor is there other themes except for these ?07:06
ciscosurferdoor: i'm just joking with ya07:06
doorciscosurfer: hey now, be nice...it's not my fault i don't have a magic one07:07
ZeronenoreZnow my system upgrated to Linux-686 but how can i delete the Linux-386 from gurb?07:07
jamesstansellDanaG: dhcp3-server? or dhcp3-client?07:07
doortechnician:  you might try gnome-look.org07:07
Madpilottechnician, there are a bunch of themes available by default, and more are easy to install07:07
nich0smodify the boot file :P07:07
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K-tronDev05-- stuck again07:07
urmom for the ibm java for ppc, would i use the j2se 5.0, or the 1.4.2?07:07
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ZeronenoreZhow to change my list in gurb?07:07
jamesstansell!resolvconf07:08
uboturesolvconf: nameserver information handler. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.34ubuntu2 (dapper), package size 50 kB, installed size 280 kB07:08
urmomjw what do you guys like about ubuntu over fedora?07:08
MystaMax_Dev05, I'm out for the night, thanks for the help! see ya guys!07:08
urmomtrying to decide which to use :P07:08
technicianMadpilot, there are but i dont understand seperately i want something that can be directly install one shot07:08
ciscosurferurmom: everything!07:08
K-tronThis is ridiculous07:08
techniciani dont want to install this and that one by one07:08
doorZeronenoreZ: you need to edit it, as root, with a text editor. but first BACK IT UP07:08
Dev05MystaMax_, No problem.07:08
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urmompersonally i prefer fedora except for yum07:08
nich0sZeronenoreZ, back it up!!! :P07:08
DanaGI'm a client.  My router is the server.07:09
technicianMadpilot, do you know any vista or xp theme on ubuntu blue glowing color ?07:09
ciscosurferurmom: ok07:09
Dev05K-tron, Can you access your drive trough Nautilus?07:09
Madpilottechnician, Gnome themes are often installed in parts, though. It's easy to assemble your own themes, though07:09
ZeronenoreZdoor, which text?07:09
K-tronheh... I'm gving up for the night, thanks Dev05, but I don't think I'm getting ubuntu working tonight, and I kind of doubt if I'll be able to do it in the next 2 weeks even heh07:09
urmombut why do u guys like ubuntu?07:09
doorurmom: the community and apt-get07:09
jamesstansellDanaG: resolvconf is for tracking name servers - I don't think it updates /etc/hosts07:09
Madpilottechnician, I'm sure there are XP-like themes, that seems like a horrible thing to do to a Linux machine, though ;)07:09
K-tronDev05-- hm, I'll try07:09
urmomoh ok07:09
ciscosurferurmom: *bump* door07:09
doorZeronenoreZ: a text *editor* such as gedit, nano, emacs, vim, etc.07:09
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technicianMadpilot, ok leave xp i know i dont want them and i agree gnome themes are better07:10
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ciscosurferdoor: well, urmom was friendly07:10
technicianMadpilot, what are the different part of the theme that i need to install if i do seperately ?07:10
ZeronenoreZdoor ,edit what?(i'm fresh man) :(07:10
DanaGI wonder why there are both dhcp3-client and dhcpd07:10
doorciscosurfer: lol07:10
nich0sciscosurfer, Technically, he didn't say anything bad :P07:10
|thunderZeronenoreZ, /boot/grub/menu.list07:10
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ZeronenoreZdoor ,thux07:10
ciscosurfernich0s: technically, you're right07:10
ZeronenoreZi'll rey07:10
doorZeronenoreZ: aha. /boot/grub/menu.lst. and careful--not everybody's a man around these here parts07:11
doorZeronenoreZ: :-)07:11
doorZeronenoreZ: what're you trying to do?07:11
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Madpilottechnician, check out https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuEyeCandy - it should answer your questions about themes07:11
ZeronenoreZdoor, edit it07:11
K-tronDev05, where would I see it listed, under places?07:11
jamesstansellDanaG: I don't suppose you could assign static IP addresses in your router?07:11
doorZeronenoreZ: i got that...what is your goal? what are you trying to achieve by editing it?07:11
technicianMadpilot, thanks07:11
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ZeronenoreZdoor, delete the Linux-38607:12
Dev05K-tron, Navigate to computer:///07:12
doorZeronenoreZ: so you want to uninstall ubuntu07:12
door?07:12
ciscosurferdoor: and there goes nich0s...they're dropping like flies07:12
linux__alienis Ubuntu used as a Development Platform by Debian Developers ?07:12
ZeronenoreZdoor, no! i love ubuntu very much07:12
dasGewitte1When burning DVD's, when trying to playback, it says it is encrypted. Answers?07:12
Dev05K-tron, Otherwise, check the place where you mounted it.07:12
doorciscosurfer: i missed nich0s07:13
linux__alieni heard that Debian Developers use Ubuntu as the Development Platform07:13
linux__alienis that true07:13
doorlinux__alien: no, it's its own os07:13
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ciscosurferZeronenoreZ: I would suggest commenting out the kernel line instead of completely deleting the line, that way you can revert quickly if you need to07:13
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linux__aliendoor, no my question is Ubuntu used as a Development platform?07:13
K-tronDev05, okay, I did, I see my 2 optical drives, 'Windows' (the hard drive I want to erase/repartition/install ubuntu on) and 'Filesystem'07:13
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doorZeronenoreZ: ZeronenoreZ what "Linux-386" are you trying to delete?07:14
corndog_I recently installed kde through aptitude and then removed it... however it replaced my boot splash screen to kubuntu. How can I change it back to the default?07:14
jamesstanselllinux__alien: it's possible07:14
ciscosurferZeronenoreZ: use the pound sign to comment out lines (#) without the parentheses...you can just comment out the 'title' line and that will make it "disappear" from your GRUB bootup menu07:14
Dev05K-tron, OK, open the installer up and tell me when you get to the part that says "Partitions".07:14
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ZeronenoreZdoor, i mean i already have Ubuntu-68607:14
wolfmanzwhats the default folder for the deaktop wallpapers?07:15
dasGewitte1Anyone?07:15
DanaGI just had a thought: perhaps it would be better to NOT have that thing update.07:15
Shadowpillarwhen trying to compile this one program, I get this:07:15
Shadowpillar/usr/bin/ld: /usr/lib/gcc/x86_64-linux-gnu/3.4.6/../../../../lib/crt1.o: relocation R_X86_64_32S against `__libc_csu_fini' can not be used when making a shared object; recompile with -fPIC07:15
DanaGIf I hard code it for my subnet, then it won't even TRY to work on any other networks.07:15
|thunderwolfmanz,/usr/share/pixmaps or something i think07:15
ZeronenoreZciscosurfer,that's a good idea :)07:15
Shadowpillaris this an error with GCC?07:15
Shadowpillaror the app? or LD?07:15
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DanaGThat way it won't cause trouble on other networks.07:15
NickGarveyShadowline: no.. thats your make file I think07:15
DrAk0which program i can use to burn a iso image onto a cd?07:15
doorZeronenoreZ: aha! hmmm...the best thing probably would've been to install over it...but just like ciscosurfer said, use # to commment out the lines you don't want. ok, let's start from the top07:16
NickGarveyShadowline: 64 bit has that problem sometimes (I hit it a lot)07:16
doorZeronenoreZ: are you using gnome?07:16
ciscosurferZeronenoreZ: I usually comment out the lines instead of completely deleting so I can revert quickly07:16
bhrobinsonhi, can anyone help me with my grub? I have 2 drives. the pri master is my Ubuntu, and the pri slave is winxp. What would I need in my grub.conf?07:16
K-tronDev05, I'm at 'Prepare disk space' where I decide how to partition.... options are Resize, Erase, and Manually edit partition table07:16
ZeronenoreZdoor, of course07:16
ZeronenoreZciscosurfer, ur great07:17
ShadowpillarNickGarvey: so, how do I fix it?07:17
doorZeronenoreZ: so you were able to edit it?07:17
NickGarveyShadowline: good question.. hmm, what are you compiling?07:17
Dev05K-tron, OK, tell it that you want to "Manually modify the Partition Table" (or something alike). It must be the last option in the list.07:17
ZeronenoreZdoor, trying .....07:17
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doorZeronenoreZ: kk...if you have any problems, feel free to ask!07:18
ShadowpillarNickGarvey: nspluginwrapper07:18
jamesstansellDanaG: there are several ranges of addresses that are non-routable, so those are typically used for private LANs07:18
Shadowpillarunless you know where I can get some debs for dapper07:18
K-tronDev05-- alright... I'm looking at the partitions on /dev/sda now07:18
ciscosurferZeronenoreZ: you're a palindrome!07:18
ZeronenoreZdoor, u ubuntu are all great07:18
NickGarveyShadowpillar: I don't.. and I have never heard of that07:18
|thunderbhrobinson, add these 5 lines to the bottom of the /boot/grub/menu.list07:18
ShadowpillarNickGarvey: it allows you to use 32 bit firefix plugins07:18
Shadowpillarer07:18
Dev05K-tron, There's NOTHING that you want to keep in there?07:18
|thunderbhrobinson, title           Microsoft Windows XP Professional07:18
Shadowpillarfirefox*07:18
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|thunderbhrobinson, root            (hd1,0)07:19
|thunderbhrobinson, savedefault07:19
|thunderbhrobinson, makeactive07:19
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NickGarveyShadowpillar: oh I see.. theres an easier way to do that I believe07:19
K-tronDev05-- for all intents and purposes NOTHING-- I can completely okay with erasing this entire disk07:19
ZeronenoreZciscosurfer, what does a 'palindrome' mean?07:19
|thunderbhrobinson, chainloader  +107:19
K-tron*I am completely07:19
ShadowpillarNickGarvey: no, I'm not making my firefox 32 bit07:19
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Shadowpillarthat way is actually harder07:19
NickGarveyI don't think so..07:20
DrAk0which program i can use to burn a iso image onto a cd?07:20
Dev05K-tron, So then, delete all the partitions. Do NOT yet get to the next page.07:20
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NickGarveyShadowline: I had 2 version of firefox, one 64 on 32, I'm not sure how to do what you are doing07:20
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ciscosurferZeronenoreZ: that's what you're name is: http://www.google.com/search?q=define%3Apalindrome&start=0&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:unofficial07:20
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doorDrAk0: gnomebaker is good07:20
bhrobinsonthunder, thanks... I will try it shortly07:20
JediborgerCan someone help me with ltsp booting?07:20
doorDrAk0: though you need to be root07:20
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qazqaz70hi07:20
|thunderbhrobinson, there has to be tabs between the option and the variable. not spaces. put 1 tab between the chainloader and the +1 then make the rest line up with it with tabs.07:20
BNOsaosinhola door et all07:21
qazqaz70i want help07:21
doorDrAk0: and in my experience you need to start it in a terminal, with sudo, instead of with gksudo07:21
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doorBNOsaosin: lol. welcome back. i'm never going to get to bed07:21
doorBNOsaosin: jk07:21
qazqaz70how can i know whats root password07:21
qazqaz70??07:21
BNOsaosindoor: it seems as though i am in a GUI environment :)07:21
doorqazqaz70: normally you use sudo07:21
K-tronDev05-- okay, now just have a nice give block that's unallocated-- should I 'Deactivate' it too? not quite sure what that means in this context, but either way, I deleted the partitions07:21
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doorBNOsaosin: yay! you did it!07:21
BNOsaosinhaha yes07:21
ciscosurferDRAk0: goto Places > CD/DVD creator07:21
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dasGewitte1any one, about dvd's?07:22
ZeronenoreZciscosurfer, i have so many thing need to study.just because i'm a chinese07:22
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BNOsaosinnow to enable 3d acceleration on the crad haha....but im sure i ca figure that out07:22
BNOsaosincard*07:22
qazqaz70when i did in terminal .. su07:22
doorquintin: so you'd do "sudo somecommand", then type *your* password07:22
Dev05K-tron, Now you have a bar that says "Unallocated" which is great. How big is your HD?07:22
doorBNOsaosin: sweet!07:22
Jediborgerdon't use su07:22
jamesstansellqazqaz70: you can only know by keeping track what you changed it to07:22
K-tron160gb I thought, but it has 149.05 GB listed as 'unallocated'07:22
qazqaz70and put pass give me it this07:22
ZeronenoreZciscosurfer, how i wish i could use english as free as u now!!!07:22
qazqaz70su: Authentication failure07:22
qazqaz70Sorry.07:22
Jediborgerjust type sudo in front of the command you need root privileges for07:22
DrAk0ciscosurfer, in that way you drop files, i need to burn the iso unpacked07:22
bhrobinsonthunder, any way to test without rebooting?07:22
doorqazqaz70: you can set the root password with sudo passwd root07:22
Jediborgersu doesn't work07:23
DanaGOOkay, I found something I can do.07:23
ciscosurferZeronenoreZ: you're name is the same forwards and it is backwards07:23
jamesstansellqazqaz70: if you use sudo you won't need to have a root passwd07:23
DanaGHard-code 192.168.0.0/2607:23
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doorqazqaz70: but it's better to use sudo07:23
ciscosurferDrAk0: burn it as an image07:23
DanaGBut it doesn't get hostnames.07:23
DanaGDang.07:23
ciscosurferDrAk0: always works for my ISOs07:23
Dev05K-tron, Probably your BIOS doesn't support disks bigger that 149.05... Is EVERYTHING gone? Nothing?07:23
qazqaz70the same07:23
JediborgerWhen I boot my ltsp client I just get a white screen and a flashing underscore, is this right?07:23
sgcplayerI want to copy my home dir to another directory to back it up (compression not necessary, there are other files and dir's on the partition, its formatted vfat)07:23
doorqazqaz70: eh?07:23
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qazqaz70when i put su07:24
sgcplayeroops, copy it to another partition07:24
jamesstansellDanaG: does your router provide a name service?07:24
|thunderbhrobinson, no. but if thigns get fucked you can boot into linux withhout the menu.list by entering the linux boot commands above in menu.list. but if all you did was add to the bottom then all is well.07:24
qazqaz70and put root is pass07:24
jamesstansellDanaG: the other possibility is avahi07:24
doorqazqaz70: ok, slow down and start over. what is the problem?07:24
ciscosurfer|thunder: this is a family channel ;-)07:24
K-tronDev05-- there is a single line listed, and that is "unallocated,unallocated,149.05 GB, ---, ---, "07:24
bhrobinsonok, trying now then07:24
jamesstansell!avahi07:24
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about avahi - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi07:24
doorqazqaz70: to do something as root, use sudo07:24
K-tronDev05, so there is nothing as far as I can tell :)07:24
qazqaz70i want make new folder in var folder07:24
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IcemanV9!sudo > qazqaz7007:25
doorqazqaz70: right. so sudo07:25
JediborgerCan someone help me with ltsp?07:25
Lathiathttp://www.avahi.org07:25
doorqazqaz70: qazqaz70: sudo mkdir foldername07:25
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Dev05K-tron, How much do you want for your "Home" (under Windows, that's your "My Documents" folder, in Linux it is put in another partition)?07:25
bhrobinsonyou know, I find it fascinating that my system has been up for 3 days, 13 hours... and still solid... I used to be a minimum of 5 reboots a day on XP07:25
DanaGAvahi?07:25
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