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boinkis rename an ubuntu command too?12:01
boinksame as mv ?12:01
beunoboink: it works on all my ubuntu boxes...12:01
teenprogrammerWhats a Video Card Bus Identifier?12:01
ladydoorboink: mv is the command you use to change a name12:01
synjetboink: rename is for files I guess12:02
beunoboink: mv moves it, I'm not sure what the differences12:02
boinkbut rename ?12:02
ladydoorboink: or to move something to a different dir12:02
boinkhmm12:02
ladydoorboink: actually, you use mv to rename files too.12:02
beunoyes, that's correct12:02
boinkI see12:02
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tmccrarydoes anyone know of any wireless game controller pads that work with linux?12:02
mycroeswhat's the difference between removal and complete removal in the synaptic package manager?12:02
beunofore files only12:02
tyler-wyliehow do I install the IVTV driver on my ubuntu install? o.O12:02
ladydoorboink: rename is to rename *multiple* files12:02
boinkok12:02
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teenprogrammerWhat is my Video Card Bus Identifier?12:03
tmccrarytyler: setting up a DVr too eh? too bad I don't have any happagauge cards ;)12:03
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teenprogrammerI have a built in VC and an AGP video card . .  .And i dont know what to put O_o12:03
spdfmycroes, complete removal also purges configuration files if I'm not mistaken12:03
ladydoormycroes: complete removal gets rid of all config files outside your home dir12:03
teenprogrammerI want to use AG12:03
teenprogrammerP12:03
mycroesok, nice, I like complete removal then :D12:03
ladydoorhaha12:03
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vltbeuno: What does that mean, "try" ESD?12:04
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vltbeuno: Where to setup this?12:04
beunovlt: *choose* ESD12:04
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MetaMorfoziSbb all12:05
beunovlt: I'm sorry, I don't have amaroK installed on the box12:05
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cdavisI am using dapper I think, is there a newer version of totem I can install, this version has a bug with subtitles I think12:05
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teenprogrammerthis xorg configure thing just gave me a list of modules i can either load or not load12:06
teenprogrammerShould i just leave it at default?12:06
vltbeuno: So can you reccommend a tool I can use to playback an audio file?12:06
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synjetvlt: xine?12:06
beunovlt: try "listen", "xmms" or "rhythmbox"12:06
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synjetvlt: I mean xmms12:06
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tyler-wylietmccrary, I'm trying a howto but it's for 5.1012:06
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cdavison fedora there are the testing repos that I could try, but I don't know what to try with ubuntu12:06
boinkdepends on your level of pain12:07
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znullwhat program do I need for my TV ? I'm running ubuntu12:08
boinkxawtv12:08
boricualong time ago a reported a bug it was confirmed but no fix nor any addition info on it?  how long do they take to fix bugs my wireless card wrt54g keeps locking12:08
boinkyou have a tv card, right?12:08
znullyes12:08
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boinkyou could try xawtv12:08
znullthat's for gnome ?12:08
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boinkI'm not sure if gnome has it's own tv-thing12:08
boinkbut I've always used xawtv12:09
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SlipperyChickenlike omg hi k thx :)12:09
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Neo8750hooray!!12:09
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Hobbseebah.12:09
ompaulLoRez, :-)12:09
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HellDragonpoor ColdFyre.12:10
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gnomefreakLoRez: did you ban him?12:11
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Rezgnomefreak: yeah.12:11
gnomefreakok12:11
lockehey i just changed to a p4 from k712:11
lockeso i need to install new kernel12:12
lockebut im in commandline12:12
lockehow can i find and install the latest kernel for p4 and source12:12
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lockeand change my grub config from hde2 to hda212:12
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lockei changed it for this boot but i forget how to do it permanently12:13
ladydoorlocke: you can edit your grub like this12:13
vltsynjet: I installed xmms, chose "libALSA.so" and configured it to "hw:1,0" but get an error message telling me that I have to configure the output device ...12:13
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gnomefreaklocke: sudo gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst12:13
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lockesweet12:13
archangelpetroincidently.. the applications menu for xubuntu... how does one update it so that it contains the latest downloads?12:13
magnetgnomefreak: gksu ;)12:13
ladydoorlocke: first, back it up:  sudo cp /boot/grub/menu.lst /boot/grub/menu.lst.bak12:13
gnomefreakmagnet: nope12:13
gnomefreakmagnet: gksudo12:13
ladydoorlocke: then do sudo nano -w /boot/grub/menu.lst12:13
gnomefreakand i meant to type nano12:13
ladydooractually, lock is in a CLI12:13
synjetvlt: try rhythmbox12:14
magnetgnomefreak: nope, gksudo is a symlink to gksu :)12:14
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lockei dont have x up yet12:14
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lockeima pico it12:14
magnetgnomefreak: so it's gksu (not only it's the name of the prog, but it's shorter :p)12:14
gnomefreakmagnet: no its not gksu = for su password gksudo = sudo password12:14
ladydoorlocke: actually, it's nano. please look at what i said to you about copying it and using nano -w12:14
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lockek i got that written12:14
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magnetgnomefreak: ls -l `which gksudo`12:15
lockewhats -w12:15
dionnowHey everyone, So I'm currently using the LiveCD because my ubuntu install on my HD isnt working for me... I'm trying to mount the HD so I can copy a few files off there, but I'm getting "Error: device /dev/hda is not removable"   Any ideas?12:15
ladydoorlocke: it makes it not break long lines of code12:15
lockei just changed the entry to match the entry i made for when i booted this time12:15
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lockedoesnt pico work right?12:15
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cdavishow is it that I install the kernel source for compiling vmware?12:15
gnomefreakmagnet: gksu will _not_ work unless you use the su password12:15
lockei've used pico for my config files ever since slack 312:15
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sys6656Hi, is there any apps that I can use my usb web cam with Ubuntu 6.06 ? Please.12:16
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ladydoorlocke: cool. you can use control-x to quit after you use control-o to save.12:16
ladydoorlocke: and nano is a free-software pico clone12:16
lockeoh12:16
magnetgnomefreak: if by su password, you mean root password, I don't agree, and _I am_ right :P12:16
lockewell i made the change and now grub is set right12:16
lockenow i need to get the latest 686 kernel and kernel source12:16
lockethen i'll boot into it and do the nvidia install12:17
lockeand then i have to go to work12:17
ladydoorlocke: sudo aptitude install linux-686 linux-headers-68612:17
lockei'm supposed to be going right now12:17
gnomefreakmagnet: please join #ubuntu-offtopic and i will look for what i want to show you about it (i just worked on a bug about this)12:17
ladydoorlocke: maybe12:17
lockebut i cant go till i see second life running on here :)12:17
lockesweet! perfect12:17
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lockethats exactly what i was looking for :)12:18
vltsynjet: Installed rhythbox. How to set the output device there?12:18
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synjetvlt: sorry for having you install all these apps.. lemme see how that works12:18
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sys6656Sorry, re-phrasing, Is there any apps that I can use to enable and capture images with my usb web cam in Unbuntu 6.06?12:19
synjetvlt: so rhythmbox doesnt work directly?12:20
ompaulsys6656, there is a page on the wiki about that let me find it for you12:20
beunovlt: what type of file are you trying to play?12:20
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sys6656ompaul: Thank You12:20
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vltbeuno: wav, ogg, mp3 ...12:20
ompaulsys6656, two relevant pages https://wiki.ubuntu.com/?action=fullsearch&context=180&value=camera&titlesearch=Titles12:21
beunovlt: have you installed the codecs for MP3?12:21
synjetsys6656: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Webcam12:21
sys6656ompaul: Thank You very much, i'll give it a spin12:21
sys6656;-)12:21
ompaulyw12:21
vltbeuno: Yes.12:22
beunovlt: and you still can't play any files?12:22
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beunoit really should be pretty straight forward12:23
vltbeuno: amaroK, for instance, _does_ play the files but I think to another device than I expect ...12:23
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physicsnickHey all. I just installed Compiz.12:23
beunovlt: can you explain what you mean by "another device"?12:23
physicsnickNow I'm getting a "Could not load 'gconf'" error.12:23
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stealgi have a problem with ati x1300 256 video ram  i have less memory in linux why ?12:24
lockealright brb in new kernel12:24
physicsnickAnyone know why?12:24
znullwho can tell me a rss reader ?12:24
synjetznull: liferea12:24
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beunoznull: I use bloglines, but thunderbird does that pretty well too12:24
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znullsynjet: it's for gnome ?12:25
synjetznull: yes12:25
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znullsynjet: ok installed where is it ?12:25
znullfound12:26
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Sp4rKyhi12:26
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Sp4rKyplease what is the command for mv/cp a file in a repository which doesn't exist (create it)12:26
vltbeuno, I'll try ... On OtherOS(TM) I can chose the PCM device I want to send audio to in system settings (for the default) or in the application. I think amaroK plays to a device my speakers are not connected to (btw yesterday it worked, maybe the device is chosen new on every boot???)12:26
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synjetznull: alt-F2 and then liferea or under internet apps12:27
Sp4rKyie: mv -XXX myfile /a/b/c/d12:27
vltbeuno, *I'll try to explain ... ;)12:27
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Sp4rKyand it must create /a/b/c/d12:27
kalifSp4rKy: cp -R12:27
beunovlt: maybe it's chosen by the BIOS12:27
Sp4rKykalif: k12:28
dionnowHow do I go about mounting an ubuntu HD while running the live CD?12:28
Sp4rKykalif: no, it doesn't create /a/b/c.d12:28
sethkdionnow, you type the appropriate mount command12:28
Sp4rKys/./\/12:28
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kalifSp4rKy: ahhh...    don't think you can do that12:29
dionnowThat much I figured, now my problem is finding the appropriate one I suppose.12:29
kalifyou must mkdirhier /a/b/c/d first12:29
sethkdionnow, fdisk -l will tell you what partitions you have on the hard drive12:29
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vltbeuno: THE BIOS?!? No no no, if I run `alsamixer -c0` I get the mixer for the 1st device (an onboard chip), `... -c1` shows me my soundcard ...12:30
dionnowok so i've located the one I'd like to mount.12:30
POVaddctkalif: mkdirhier is only available when X is installed. better use mkdir -p12:30
sethkdionnow, ok, if it's ext3, and you create a directory /mnt/whatever, it is:  mount -t ext3 /dev/hda1 /mnt/whatever12:30
beunovlt: oh, then, I'm not sure how to help you then, sorry  :(12:30
sethkdionnow, or hda2, or 3, or hdb#, whichever is correct for your box12:30
kalifPOVaddct: oh yeah...  it's from imake12:31
dionnowahh, so I've just been lacking the mount point part i suppose12:31
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lockearight i installed nvidia but it wont start12:32
sethkdionnow, well, you have to mount it somewhere.  :)12:32
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lockein my xorg.conf i have driver "nvidia" and BusID "PCI:0:15:0"12:32
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Sp4rKykalif: i do mkdir -p && mv12:32
dionnowThanks for the help sethk, btw, I forget the command to create a dir at the terminal?12:32
lockehow do i verify thats where it should be12:32
lockeits actually on agp12:32
sethkdionnow, mkdir12:32
lockei did lspci12:32
kalifSp4rKy: sounds ok12:32
Sp4rKybut i'm looking for another command12:32
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Sp4rKywhich return the namefile in a path12:32
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sethklocke, lspci tells you the PCI bus part of it, obviously12:33
kalifSp4rKy: example?12:33
Sp4rKyMyComand a/b/c/d/f/r/myfile  returns myfile12:33
sethklocke, and whether it's an nvidia. also obviously.12:33
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kalifSp4rKy: basename12:33
VespertoHello. Can anyone tell ,e the user/root passwords for the Ubuntu LiveCD?12:33
lockei know whats in my box12:33
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Sp4rKykalif: :D12:33
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lockei just need ot know how to get the right address in the xorg.conf12:33
sethklocke, you edit the file12:34
dionnowSethk thanks again12:34
lockelspci | grep NV11 gives me 0000:01:00.012:34
ladydoorVesperto: no root password. all the information you need should be on one of the information pages you found before you probably downloaded the cd12:34
lockeis that what i put in for BusID12:34
synjetVesperto: it asks for one? just hit login12:34
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micahcowanVesperto, there is no root password, afaik. Use sudo for root priveleges (which will not require a password, on the live CD). No idea if there's even a password set for the user, "ubuntu".12:34
dionnowI commend you guys on all the patience you must have to be able to do this12:35
dionnowlol12:35
physicsnickHey guys, I'm trying to install Compiz, but for some reason apt-get can't find the packages for csm and cgwd12:35
physicsnickeven though I added the Compiz repositories and Compiz installed fine.12:35
sethklocke, throw away the first number12:35
physicsnickany ideas why?12:35
lockeok12:35
Vespertosynacktion, doesn't ask, but if you leave it alone the screensaver starts and *then* it asks... ;-)12:35
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Vespertoladydoor, i have the shipped CD.12:36
lockeso 01:00:0?12:36
VespertomiThank you! :-)12:36
lockeor 1:00:012:36
sethklocke, yes12:36
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sethklocke, that's how mine is set up, and it works.12:36
Vespertomicahcowan,  Thank you! :-)12:36
ladydoorVesperto: aha. will, i would look at micahcowan's post to you, above12:36
Vespertoladydoor, just did :-)12:36
lockealright lets see12:36
VespertoGoodbye and thank you.12:36
ladydoorVesperto: cool12:36
lockegr12:37
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lockegreat!12:37
lockeworks12:37
lockebrb12:37
Lam_anyone else have the problem with audio/video desyncing when playing flash videos on youtube or the like?12:37
ryan_how do i read files off a dvd12:37
magnetLam_: like, everyone :)12:37
synjetLam_ sometimes, yes..12:37
Lam_ok good. i thought it was just me12:37
Lam_probably a flash thing, right?12:37
magnetLam_: we're all waiting for flash9, early 200712:37
magnetdefinitely a flash thing12:37
Lam_yeah i figured. thanks for the heads up12:37
magnetacknowledged by adobe12:38
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LockeSWEET12:38
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Lockejust went from a duron 1.0 to a p4 2.612:38
Lockegotta try some 3d now12:38
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Silencedhey all does any know of a program for joining multiple pieces of a video file that has been split12:38
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synjetSilenced: kino, maybe12:39
Sjoerd-hello, i plan to buy a 1u server and put ubuntu on it, does anyone here have some knowledge about these kind of servers?12:39
Silencedsynjet I'll check it out12:40
Sjoerd-what hardware should i buy? And how do I know it works flawlessly under ubuntu?12:40
ladydoorSjoerd-: there's no such thing as hardware that works flawlessly under anything12:40
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Sjoerd-ok but you do get my point?12:41
ladydoorSjoerd-: unless, of course, you have the ability to reduce entropy in localized areas12:41
ladydoor:-)12:41
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magnet!hardware12:41
ubotuFor lists of supported hardware on Ubuntu see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport12:41
sethksjoerd, I've seen no significant difference between a 1U mount box and any other box12:41
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sethksjoerd, get a well supported chip set on the main board.12:42
Sjoerd-alright thanks sethk12:42
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Sjoerd-I have been looking for a case and motherboard but it's hard to find on the web - but maybe i'm asking in the wrong channel12:42
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jtkieferhi, I'm having some serious issues doing some sharing trying to share a directory with a windows machine.  I can easily share the windows directory but whenever I try to connect to a shared linux directory with windows it gives me a password prompt and refuses to accept any password I put in as valid, even though I set the folder as public trying both smb and nfs, any advice?12:43
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Jack_Smirnoffpricewatch.com is where I find a lot of stuff12:43
sethksjoerd, I haven't use them in about six months, so anything I would say is too stale to be useful12:43
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sethkjtkiefer, you are using a username and password that are valid on the windows box?12:44
Sjoerd-yes but how do you know if a motherboard fits in a case?12:44
czer323xgl12:44
keegan_Hi Everyone, I installed XGL/Compiz using Automatix Bleeder.  When I change the session to XGL, it never loads up.  It just takes me right back to the GDM.  I have a P3 866, 512 Megs of RAM and a GeForce 520012:44
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czer323!gxl12:44
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about gxl - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:44
jtkiefersethk, yes12:44
czer323!xgl12:44
ubotuCompiz (compositing (window) manager) and XGL (Xserver architecture layered on top of OpenGL) howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager XGL+compiz help in #ubuntu-xgl  See http://tinyurl.com/pw5ez for Kubuntu systems12:44
sethksjoerd, there is a standard form factor12:44
jtkiefersethk, yes12:44
sethkjtkiefer, is there a windows domain server involved?12:44
jtkieferno, just the two boxes, both connected to the same router12:44
Sjoerd-I have been looking at this server ( http://www.supermicro.com/products/chassis/1U/811/SC811T-260.cfm ) it says: "1U chassis support for max. motherboard size - 12" x 10" ATX"12:45
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Sjoerd-will that mean I can use any kind of ATX motherboard in it since they normally don't go over 12 x 10" ?12:45
sethksjoerd, supermicro is generally a good board12:45
czer323Yeah, so random commment about window refreshing.  Tell me if there's a known fix or troubleshooting.  A lot of windows seem to be experiencing some type of page tearing.  Like, I"ll be scrolling up or down, it'll lose the correct words, and when i mouse over, it'll show the right words.  Any suggestions?12:45
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czer323Gaim is my perfect example12:45
sethksjoerd, isn't the form factor different for the 1u chassis?12:45
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sethksjoerd, I believe it is, and also there are single and double cases.12:45
Sjoerd-sethk: possible... How do I find out :)12:46
sethksjoerd, keep searching, try to find somebody who is more up to date on the stuff than me.12:46
Sjoerd-sethk: I have read through the manual but it doesn't say anything about supported motherboards12:46
Jack_Smirnoffsjoerd: you can always look for a barebones setup with the mb you want..12:46
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keegan_Is a P3 866MHz/512MBs of RAM/GeForce 5200 good enough to run XGL?12:46
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sethksjoerd, I'll see if I can find the specifics of the form factors for that kind of chassis12:46
Jack_Smirnoffkeegan_: Marginal12:47
Sjoerd-Jack_Smirnoff: I have, all I found was a really exspensive setup with a supermicro motherboard for amd opteron12:47
Jack_Smirnoffsjoerd: what mb did you want?12:47
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keegan_I tried to run XGL but everytime I do it never lets me log in, it always goes back to the GDM when I try to go the XGL session12:47
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Sjoerd-Jack_Smirnoff: I haven't been able to choose one yet, because I have no idea which ones fit and which don't :)12:48
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jtkieferIs there an advantage in NFS vs SMB in terms of sharing?12:48
Jack_Smirnoffsjbrown: http://www.pricewatch.com/barebones/12:48
Sjoerd-thanks12:49
Jack_Smirnoffnp12:49
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Sjoerd-these are all barebones12:49
SupermanJnrI want to restart downloading a torrent which is half completed, but I can't seem to get Bittorrent to pick up that fact that it has already got a save location with half completed files in it?  Is there anything I can do?12:49
Jack_Smirnoffsjbrown: You dont need to get it from them.. but you will get a better idea of waht works together12:49
Captain_RedbeardHmmm quick question... where is the splashscreen during boot-up set? what is it that controls it?12:49
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Jack_Smirnoffsjbrown: yes, those are all barebones...12:49
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RPG_gaimHi, where could I find the logfile or the output of the X Window ServeR?12:50
Jack_Smirnoff!usplash12:50
ubotuusplash is the start-up splash (before GNOME/KDE appears) in Ubuntu. To customize it, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/USplashCustomizationHowto12:50
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Captain_RedbeardJack_Smirnoff: thanks man12:50
Jack_Smirnoffnp12:50
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Sjoerd-Jack_Smirnoff: I was more like looking for a 19" 1U server case like the one from Supermicro I linked12:51
SupermanJnrany ideas on Bittorrent people?12:51
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Silencedkino dosn't work anyone else know of a program for joining mpegs and avi files that have been split12:51
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Jack_Smirnoffsjbrown: You can do a search from their main page to see what is available... it pulls from hundreds of vendors..12:51
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RPG_gaimSilenced: If the files are directly split, you can use the "join" command line tool to join them12:52
RPG_gaimif they are 2 different MPEG's, "join" won't work12:52
SilencedRPG_gaim, cool I'll try that12:52
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Silencedits all one file thats been split into pieces12:52
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SupermanJnrwhere can I find the best help for Bittorrent?12:53
rmdi am trying to begin using SQL, which Ubuntu package should I look for?  There are quite a few when I search synaptic for SQL...12:53
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iqonrmd, mysql12:53
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rmdwow.  easy enough.12:53
rmdclient and server, i'm guessing?12:53
RPG_gaimIs there an IRC channel devoted to the X Window Server? It sure wasn't #x :)12:53
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motin_how do i run a program from root-terminal as another user?12:53
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RPG_gaimmotin_: su to root, then type "su username"12:54
ladydoormotin_: su username12:54
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iqonrmd, mysql-client, mysql-server12:54
motin_RPG_gaim: i need it to go back to the superuser after that command. it is a script run by root12:54
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sphivoRPG_gaim: Check out #xorg, or #freedesktop12:54
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ArrenLexsu username -c "command"12:55
GiGaHuRtZWhere can I obtain the latest ubuntu patched kernel sources?  I'm not having any luck finding them12:55
sivik!ntp12:55
ubotuntp: Network Time Protocol: network utilities. In component main, is optional. Version 1:4.2.0a+stable-8.1ubuntu6 (dapper), package size 250 kB, installed size 464 kB12:55
SupermanJnrHow do I force Bittorrent to complete a half downloaded set of files?  I can't get the save location to match the existing one12:55
motin_ArrenLex: great, thanks!12:55
Jack_Smirnoff!kernel-source12:56
ubotuTo install the Linux (kernel) headers, open a terminal and: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r) To install headers for libraries, you need the accompanying -dev packages12:56
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GiGaHuRtZJack_Smirnoff, no I dont want a package, I want straight source, I'm not using it for ubuntu12:56
micki installed drivers for my ati 9800 and everything went well, except now it is still using the mesa drivers so any xgl chops really bad. i have tried a few different howto's from the forums, but i am not having any luck(anytime i change the driver to ati and reboot i only get a black screen instead of the gdm)12:56
ArrenLexSupermanJnr, are you using the bittorrentgui front end?12:56
erUSUL!kernel > GiGaHuRtZ12:56
lupine_85Jack_Smirnoff: then www.kernel.org12:56
Jack_Smirnofflupine_85: Not for me..  :)12:56
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lupine_85erm, GiGaHuRtZ, rather :)12:57
SupermanJnryes, just standard Bittorrent that comes with Ubuntu12:57
GiGaHuRtZsigh12:57
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erUSUL!kernel12:57
=== lupine_85 is tempted to compile some pirate kernel
ubotukernel is the core of the Ubuntu Operating System (named 'Linux'). You shouldn't have to compile one, but if you're convinced you do, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelCustomBuild12:57
GiGaHuRtZI want the ubuntu patches included in the source12:57
lupine_85...then download the source package...12:57
printkGiGaHuRtZ: you will if you follow that link that ubotu told ya12:57
erUSULGiGaHuRtZ: i told twice to go to  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelCustomBuild12:57
ladydoorlupine_85: can a pirate linux kernel exist? it seems that one cannot pirate free software12:57
lupine_85you can even update it with the git tree12:57
fishyIf I resize a partition, will it delete the data on the partition?12:57
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erUSULGiGaHuRtZ: there you find where to get ubuntu kernel12:57
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edison_./ubuntu-es12:57
lupine_85ladydoor: read the 2.6.18 changelog... (just the top bit, never fear! :) )12:57
fishytell edison about ubuntu-es12:58
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GiGaHuRtZerUSUL, i know i was refering to the other guy who said get vanilla sources from kernel.org ;)12:58
ArrenLexfishy: depends on the tool you use.12:58
Jack_Smirnofffishy: If there isnt enough room .. something is gonna give12:58
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GiGaHuRtZObviously that is not what I am looking for12:58
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stewskianyone using listen?12:58
ladydoorlupine_85: errrr...i don't believe i have that kernel. are you saying that linux is going closed-source or something?12:58
keegan_Is Compiz-Manager A MUST when installing XGL/Compiz?12:58
ladydoorlupine_85: because that wouldn't make sense12:58
lupine_85ladydoor: no. 1 second...12:58
sivikok, how do i do a time update with ntp?12:59
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fishyJack_Smirnoff and ArrenLex: I'm using GPartEd, and I'm just resizing to make my Windows partition bigger than my Ubuntu partition - they both have about 8GB of free space each.12:59
lupine_85ladydoor: http://www.kernel.org/pub/linux/kernel/v2.6/ChangeLog-2.6.1812:59
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czer323Keegan> when you say MUST, do you mean is it going to make the experience 10x better?  Then yes.12:59
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erUSULsivik: sudo ntpdate hora.rediris.es12:59
sivikthats right12:59
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ArrenLexfishy: gparted is non-destructive. You won't lose data unless something screws up.12:59
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Jack_Smirnofffishy: The best advice I can give...get a bigger drive...01:00
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stewskino one using listen for music playpack on gnome?01:00
sphivoGiGaHuRtZ: apt-get source linux-image-2.6.17-7-generic01:00
sys6656listen?01:00
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ladydoorlupine_85: lol. that's funny01:00
stewskiback even?01:00
Jack_Smirnoff!listen01:00
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about listen - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:00
fishyJack_Smirnoff: Would you be able to provide one? ;)01:01
Jack_Smirnoffnot in the repos..01:01
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GiGaHuRtZsphivo, not even close to what i need, anyways I got it01:01
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finalbeta_stewski, automatix installed that I believe, so I think some do use it.01:01
Jack_Smirnoffthis box has a pair or 400gig drives...01:01
Neo8750can i have one01:01
lupine_85sphivo: s/he'd be better with the git tree01:01
stewskihttp://listengnome.free.fr/ <-- decent music player but concerns about where its getting its artwork from (amazon?)01:01
czer323stewski> Does it support Gnome-vfs?01:01
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knixtechwhat can i use on ubuntu-server to download in the terminal?01:01
Jack_SmirnoffAutomatix is Awful01:02
RPG_gaimknixtech: wget01:02
ladydoorknixtech: curl, wget01:02
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threadthis is unbelievable.. I can't seem to get windows xp and ubuntu dualbooting on this machine!01:02
knixtechty01:02
sphivoGiGaHuRtZ, lupine_85: Figured he wanted the source+patches as shipped by Ubuntu, wasn't aware of the Ubuntu git tree (not to mention I forgot I wasn't in #ubuntu+1)01:02
sivikthread: why not?01:02
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Jack_Smirnoffthread: Is windows on the first partition of the first drive01:02
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stewskinot sure if it supports gnome fs is that a file system thang?01:02
threadwho has some instructions? I swear I know what I'm doing01:02
knixtechRPG_gaim, so how do i use wget?01:02
synjetthread: when it asked where you want to install grub, sis you specify MBR?01:02
stewskivfs01:02
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threadJack_Smirnoff: yes.. because I'm trying to do it that way from the start01:03
lupine_85np :)01:03
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Jack_Smirnoffthread: two drives or one.01:03
threadjust one01:03
Jack_Smirnoff!grub01:03
ubotugrub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after installing windows: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows - Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto01:03
GiGaHuRtZsphivo, basically I want to look at some of ubuntus patches for ipw3945 and try to use the ubuntu source in gentoo :)01:03
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stewski2 drives are always better than one01:03
czer323stewski> it's something that allows me to specify a samba server and when i open something, i can tell it to look for that samba drive.  It just makes my life easier and I've been looking for a player that supports it.01:03
Jack_Smirnoffthread: and the problem you are having is..?01:03
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illusinaalright...I have dual monitors and tried to adjust the resolution but now I have two very small resolutions where when I move my mouse to the end of the window it changes which part of the desktop I can see. As far as I can tell, I've dropped to like 800x600 whereas my desktop is up at say 1024x768. Anyone know where to look for a solution to this one?01:03
sivikillusina, what kind of video card01:04
knixtechsrry i meant, what can i use in terminal to browse the net?01:04
threadthe windows xp install sees a 131,072 Mb partition as "C: Partition1" ... when I install onto it, my partition table gets completely messed up, Bootup says "A Disk Read Error Occurred. Press CTRL+ALT+DEL to restart". fdisk was reporting one of the part's was of a novell type! Even after wiping my partition table, and restoring it with testdisk (part table once again looks fine), it still has the same problem.01:04
illusinaradeo x80001:04
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stewskinot played czer323 but sounds interesting01:04
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threadhttp://threadbox.net/fdisk.txt01:04
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sivikthread: are you installing windows last or linux last?01:04
^Ocean^okay, whats the best uptodate compiz how-to ?01:04
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illusinasivik: radeon x800*01:04
threadsivik: I've tried both..01:04
sivikthread: grub or lilo?01:04
sivikthread: you have to do linux last01:04
ladydoorknixtech: elinks/links/lynx, w3m01:04
threadsivik: grub, of course01:04
sivikthread: and install the grub on the mbr01:05
ladydoorknixtech: you might also check out surfraw for web searches01:05
knixtechty01:05
threaddoes the windows install absolutely have to blow away the entire drive?01:05
knixtechladydoor, is this ok to use on server?01:05
Jack_Smirnoffthread: no01:05
sivikthread: no01:05
czer323stewski> it's a bit of a pain in the but because it requires other programs to have been compiled with the gnome-vfs library.  I really need to find a good way to stream audio from a media center.01:05
threadand I just have to tell it to install on the first 8Gb in the installer01:05
stewskilisten is a more fully feature music player (a bit like amaork or itunes) but Ive concerns, its not in the usual repos01:05
ladydoorknixtech: i don't have a server. why wouldn't it be?01:05
knixtechnot sure01:05
sivikillusina, welcome to the world of ati and unsupported linux drivers01:05
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threadbasically, right now I have windows on the first partition, and linux on the second... just as you can see from http://threadbox.net/fdisk.txt01:06
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illusinasivik: anything beyond that? :P01:06
thread3 swap, 4 /home01:06
Jack_Smirnoffthread: Yes, I saw that01:06
stewskiI thought rythmbox would let you stream from a media server but Im not doing that01:06
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threadcan01:06
sivikillusinae: not sure01:06
Jack_Smirnoffthread: You have any working os yet?01:06
synjetstewski: I think vlc allows streaming01:06
stewskiyeah vlc is all about that01:07
sivikthread, what does your menu.lst look like01:07
threadI was able to boot windows for the first time... then after that it gives me a bsod every time01:07
illusinasivik: you know of the problem I desribe, right? where you move your mouse to the edge of the screen and it moves the desktop, right?01:07
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sivikillusina: i understand how multiply monitors work01:07
stewskibut its not the tidest client around01:07
Jack_Smirnoffthread: so no working os atm01:07
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stewskigreat media player though01:07
threadI haven't reinstalled grub yet... cuz the last thing I did was install windows on exactly the first 8192 Mb. It blew away the rest of my partitions, but I restored them with testdisk!01:07
czer323Rythmbox seems uh... not as featured as some others.  What I'd really like is for Audacious to have better gnome integration.  Nice old-skool winamp interface.  I'm not a fan of the new iTunes look.01:08
stewskialso ogg is amazing01:08
illusinasivik: do you know what it's called perhaps so I can google better?01:08
threadno, I'm about to boot ubuntu and try and try and mount my root fs and install grub01:08
sivikthread: go back and install windows first, and then install linux, grub should regonize the windows partation when you install ubuntu01:08
threadogg ftw!01:08
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synjetillusina: apt-get install synergy201:08
Jack_Smirnoffthread: I would boot a window cd into recovery mode and fdisk /mbr to make sure you get a working windows install01:08
stewskiwell listen is tightly gnome integrated and although its itunes esq the wiki and lyrics functions are inspired01:08
czer323!resetpassword01:08
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about resetpassword - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:08
finalbeta_You should check out songbird , a new media player with library. It's alfa code, but moving along nicly.01:09
sivikthread: as long as you don't format the drives when you go to install linux01:09
synjetillusina: if you want to use same keyboard and mouse for 2 monitors?01:09
threadsivik: I did this. and I think it might have been working when windows booted up (from grub), but I had to kill it in mid boot -- didn't mean to boot windows and I don't treat windows well :)01:09
stewskiyeah songbirds got a mozilla background too01:09
illusinasynjet: well, I already have it setup via the normal x.org configs, but I just used my ATI panel to update the res and now it's exploded01:09
Jack_Smirnoffthread: after that you can fix Ubuntu01:09
stewskibut its very green01:09
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sivikthread: so why do you need it installed on your computer?01:09
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threadthe other thing is that I've already migrated like 400+Gs onto this 500G drive thinking that everything was working01:09
threadheh heh01:09
sivikthread: if you don't like windows, why do you need it installed01:10
stewskihow good is the new ntfs support?01:10
illusinasynjet: not over multiple systems, just multiple monitors of the same system, it appears my ATi card is a POS on this box because of the drivers01:10
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Jack_Smirnoffnot safe01:10
threadwindows? cuz I got a new toy that requires it. I'm an osx user now, but I was windows free with linux for many years before this.01:10
ptyczer323: have you used quod libet ?01:10
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sivikillusina: ati and linux don't interact very well01:10
synjetillusina: oh sorry, I never played with ATI01:10
Jack_Smirnoffread has always been fine.. I assume you meant write support01:10
czer323pty> I have not, but I'll give it a spin.01:10
stewskiIve got windows in a vmware virtual machine (best place for it :-)01:10
illusinairc is probably the most efficient large chatroom platform...01:11
illusinait's really quite efficient01:11
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ptyczer323: i'd try the up-to-date one on their site (http://www.sacredchao.net/quodlibet); the one in the dapper repos is a bit old01:11
Jack_SmirnoffInsane... but efficient01:12
sorush20!pass01:12
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about pass - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:12
vltHello. I just changed partition /dev/hda2 to an extended one: Now I want to activate swap space on the new /dev/hda5, but I get "No such file or directory" while `fdisk -l` shows me the correct partitions. How can I activate the new partition layout?01:12
sorush20how do I make my password the same as root password?01:12
bruenigsorush20, ubuntu doesn't have a root password01:12
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Jack_Smirnoff!root01:12
ubotusudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.01:12
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vltsorush20, You can edit /etc/passwd or /etc/shadow and set your pw to the same hash as root's.01:13
synjet!passwd>sorush2001:13
brian98sorush20 passwd uname password01:13
thenetducki need some help mounting my hard drive anyone up for it?01:13
syllogismIs there anyone in here that regularly needs programming work done? - Even if you don't have an opening at this time, I would really like to send you my resume for the future01:13
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Jack_Smirnoffthenetduck: what format is the drive01:13
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bruenigspamming...01:13
thenetduckext3 Jack_Smirnoff01:14
siviksyllogism: have you tried searching on pscode.com01:14
erUSULvlt: add the apropiate line to fstab01:14
Jack_Smirnoffagreed01:14
ladydoorsyllogism: #ubuntu-offtopic01:14
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syllogismsivik, I haven't heard of pscode - I will try it, thank you01:14
siviksyllogism, its planetsourcecode, its really nice01:14
thenetduckJack_Smirnoff it should be a quick helping session :)01:14
stewskiyo need to edit /etc/fstab thenetduck?01:14
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thenetduckstewski I did that01:14
Jack_Smirnoffladydoor:  erUSUL  In case you had not figured it out... Sparrow here.. just on a client XP box01:14
stewskiwhats wrong then?01:14
thenetduckstewski its still givng me hickups or somthing01:14
teenprogrammerhi01:15
vlterUSUL, Yes, I changed hda2 to hda5 but on `swapon -a` I get the error msg "No such file or directory"01:15
tolkanis anyone here familiar with the python impelmentation for ubuntu?01:15
ladydoorJack_Smirnoff: hiya01:15
stewskiis it a user permission problem?01:15
thenetduckstewski it wont moutn...01:15
teenprogrammerhi01:15
thenetduckstewski i think it might be01:15
stewskihave you resatrted since or used the mount -a command?01:15
thenetduckstewski no do i need to?01:15
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Jack_Smirnoffthenetduck: sounds like you need to edit your /etc/pmount. argh01:16
teenprogrammerAnyone on that helped me earlier?01:16
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bruenigteenprogrammer, what is the issue01:16
thenetduckJack_Smirnoff ok how do i do that? Do you wanna paste bin it?01:16
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Jack_Smirnoffsomeone remember the file extension he would edit?01:16
stewskiyou need to edit /etc/fstab to reflect what you want mounted (which can be a little tricky) then you need to issue the mount-a command to make it so (as they say01:16
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Jack_SmirnoffIm not on my pc or I could link it for you.01:17
bruenig)01:17
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decherdt.allow01:17
bruenigwhat file is it?01:17
teenprogrammerbruenig, I tried to update my Ati Video Card Drivers, and i went though all the steps using some console thing. So after I configure my settings and all. When i boot, i hear ubuntu loading, but the screen gets an error01:17
bruenighear?01:17
Jack_Smirnoffstewski: sometimes you need to edit a file to let it mount correctly especially when mixing ide and sata drives/interfaces..01:17
bruenigoh you must mean system sounds01:18
Jack_Smirnofflook at etc/pmount. something and tell me the file extensions01:18
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stewskiwell star simple and work upwards01:18
bruenigteenprogrammer, did you back up your previous set up. If so you can just go into console and just revert01:18
stewskiduck have you edited fstab?01:18
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Crescendo_Does Nvu have a channel on Freenode?01:18
synjet/etc/pmount.allow ?01:19
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thenetduckJack_Smirnoff01:19
thenetduck# /etc/pmount.allow01:19
thenetduck# pmount will allow users to additionally mount all devices that are01:19
thenetduck# listed here.01:19
teenprogrammerbruenig, I did. And it worked. But i want to get my graphics card working properly so i can attempt to install the 3D desktop thing O_o01:19
ladydoor!paste01:19
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (you can always find it in the channel topic, among other useful things)01:19
Jack_Smirnoffetc/pmount.allow01:19
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Jack_Smirnoffhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/MountingWindowsPartitions01:20
bruenigteenprogrammer, well if it didn't work, it is probably best to revert and try again.01:20
bruenigthe cube will wait for you01:20
stewskihttp://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html <-- for correctly editing fstab01:20
vltHello. I just changed partition /dev/hda2 to an extended one: Now I want to activate swap space on the new /dev/hda5, but I get "No such file or directory" while `fdisk -l` shows me the correct partitions. How can I activate the new partition layout?01:20
Falcongrinderanyone else have problems getting ark (.rar extracter) working?01:20
teenprogrammerbruenig, I have twice :'( and i dont quite see what i am doing wrong01:20
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bruenigteenprogrammer, try another guide. Maybe the one you are using is wrong01:20
stewskiduck what type of file system do you want to mount?01:20
Jack_Smirnoffstewski: it was ext3 and it didnt want to mount normally01:21
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saxtonis there an easy way to enable the CUPs web interface?01:21
Jack_Smirnoff!cups01:21
ubotuPrinting in Ubuntu is done with cups. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Printers - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsPrinters - http://linuxprinting.org - Printer sharing: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NetworkPrintingFromWindows01:21
DokGonzo!ask01:21
ubotuDon't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)01:21
stewskiwell then mounting windows file systems isn't the right link...01:21
^Ocean^How do i install the csm package ?01:21
Jack_SmirnoffTIme for me to get back to work...  Play Nice01:21
znullwhy vmware is not working with the lasted kernel from dapper ?01:22
bruenig^Ocean^, what is csm?01:22
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^Ocean^bruenig, part of Compiz01:22
synjetvlt: hmmn, cude way: use install CD and go till drives, and specify the drive for swap, and leave rest AS they are?01:22
DokGonzoHi guys, need some help - how do I change boot priority in Grub boot loader? I want Windows to be the first on the list, so they automatically load if i don't touch anything at boot up?01:22
stewskidid you get my link duck01:22
synjetvlt: *crude way01:22
bruenig^Ocean^, go to #ubuntu-xgl01:22
Falcongrinderanyone use ark?01:22
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synjetFalcongrinder: for untarring/unzipping01:23
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bruenigDokGonzo, change the order in the menu.lst01:23
vltsynjet, wtf?!?01:23
Falcongrinderthats it synjet01:23
stewskiuse sudo gedit /etc/fstab to edit the fstab file correctly01:23
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bruenigDokGonzo, it is located in /boot/grub/menu.lst. Just cut and paste the entire windows entry over the Linux Entry.01:23
knixtechwere should i put a wordpress folder to run in ubuntu?01:23
yannickHello, I'm new to ubuntu and I've got a sound problem. Anybody can help?01:24
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Crescendo_Does Nvu have a channel on Freenode?01:24
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illusina!ask01:24
ubotuDon't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)01:24
DokGonzook, will try that... is there a chance of a f***-up?01:24
bruenigCrescendo_, check the channel list. I didn't see one01:24
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tom_can I ask if I can ask a question?01:24
stewskiubotu is a bot with humor I like that01:24
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about is a bot with humor I like that - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:24
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Crescendo_Yeah, I did, did a full search and didn't see but one channel.01:24
Crescendo_That wasn't actually about Ubuntu.01:24
synjetCrescendo: http://www.nvu.com/chat.php01:24
bruenigDokGonzo, not really. Make sure you get the whole windows entry though. The stuff underneath it and everything.01:24
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Jack_Smirnoffstewski: that link covers more than just mounting a windows partition...01:25
synjetCrescendo: it is there on their page01:25
DokGonzook, thnx, will report back if something goes wrong.01:25
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saxton(the automated CUPS response from the bot was not useful; this is on a headless server and the only way I have of configuring printers is via the web interface, that ubuntu helpfully disabled by default)01:25
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synjetFalcongrinder: so what was your q about?01:25
stewskiOK jack seemed like it would only be fat/ntfs01:25
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teenprogrammerbruenig, I tried one that had me install the xorg something or other. . . . sound farmiliar?01:26
Jack_Smirnoffstewski: If you have a stubborn partition that wont mount even though the fstab is correct... edit the pmount.allow and add it in there...01:26
_masonOhh Jesus!, How Do I Recover An Ext3 Hard Drive From A Failed Resize Using Gparted?01:26
Crescendo_synjet, there isn't a SINGLE person in that room, wow.01:26
_masonI have just lost 110gb of important company data01:26
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yannickOk, there is quite a bit action here! ;o) I've got two sound output: one in front of my box and the other one on the back. Moving from Mandriva, it's now working only on the front. What should I do?01:26
synjetCrescendo: it is free :) patience01:26
teenprogrammerhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/ATI#head-b54fa0658461482e9306aad82820d66c1c4eb04401:26
Jack_Smirnoff_mason: did you try to resize a mounted partition..?01:26
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Jack_Smirnoffgotta run.. Play Nice01:27
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synjetCrescendo: is it the frequent crash probs?01:27
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_masonJack_Smirnoff, In gparted i unmounted it ?01:27
stewskiI've not come across the issue, but from my days in support your assuming the user has tried the obvious (always a step too soon)01:27
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_masonit wouldnt let me do it otherwise01:27
knixtechhow do i copy all the contents in the folder and copy then to the parent dir?01:27
_masonJack_Smirnoff: Is there an application that will atleast let me view and backup all my data to a temp location!?01:28
synjetknixtech: sudo mv oldfolder newfolder01:28
ladydoorknixtech: cp * ..01:28
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Jack_Smirnoffstewski: Am I wrong in assuming Ubuntu mounts ext3 by default?01:28
vltI created a new partition /dev/hda5 but I get "No such file or directory" on `ls /dev/hda5`. Why?01:28
stewskijack yes you are01:29
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stewskiIt mounts all ext3 created at install01:29
ladydoorknixtech: actually...are you going to want them to remain in sync with each other?01:29
ladydoorknixtech: i.e., are you going to want the copies to *remain* identical to the originals?01:29
_masonAnyone I need to recover this data on my ext3 Drive?01:29
Jack_Smirnoffstewski: Then that must be where I wrongly assumed it mounted all of them.. thanks01:29
_masonNeeed To01:30
knixtechladydoor, i got it, ty , the cp * -R worked01:30
jUggERNAUt1980good morning!01:30
synjetknixtech, ladydoor: sorry, did not know you had something in continuation01:30
knixtech^_^01:30
stewskiI've got an old install on a second drive and it doesnt auto mount them01:30
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jUggERNAUt1980XD  O.o01:30
knixtechsynacktion, quite ok bud, ty01:30
ladydoorknixtech: cool.01:30
knixtechsynjet, quite ok dude, ty for the help01:30
eternalswdhow do I pipe debug output from a gui program to a file?01:31
tyler-wylieIn ubuntu where is the configuration file for module loading at boot?01:31
jUggERNAUt1980trouble in the motherland here.  :)01:31
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jordan_Is Grub install on mactels supposed to be fixed yet in edgy? I am not sure wether or not to file a bug report ( it failed ).01:31
jUggERNAUt1980bonjour!  comment ca va?01:31
ladydoor!fr01:31
ubotuAllez a #ubuntu-fr ou #kubuntu-fr pour de l'aide et de la discussion en francais.01:31
jUggERNAUt1980Oye!  Como estas?01:31
rmd_why can't i run mysql w/o sudo?  i've added my user to the mysql group...01:31
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jribjUggERNAUt1980: pick a language (if you wan't to stay here, english only) :)01:32
jUggERNAUt1980so anyway, enough horsing around, i do have a serious question if anybody could help me.01:32
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jrib!ask01:32
ubotuDon't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)01:32
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stewskiwhats that jugg01:32
_masonrmd_ did you    $ mysql -u username01:32
jUggERNAUt1980thanks jrib01:32
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saxtonif the cups web interface can't be re-enabled, does anyone know how to cancel a print job?01:33
eternalswdrmd_, what are the permissions on the executable?01:33
rmd_yeah, it says access is denied for user and something about using password: yes01:33
TennesseeI have a standalone Tkinter application. I want a broswer widget. How?01:33
jUggERNAUt1980can anybody point me to where i can download an alternate install cd for ubuntu?  i have a lappy here i want to install it on and apparently it doesn't have enough ram for the livecd01:33
vltI created a new partition /dev/hda5 but I get "No such file or directory" on `ls /dev/hda5`. How can I access that new partition?01:34
rmd_eternalswd: owner/group root, read/executable by all01:34
bruenigjUggERNAUt1980, ubuntu.com01:34
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bimberisaxton: is there a printer icon in the System Tray?  If so you can cancel from there01:34
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Tennesseejuggernaut: what's wrong with the install cd from the website?01:34
rmd_eternalswd: only writeable by owner01:34
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saxtonbimberi: sorry, should have said - this is a headless server, so needs to be from commandline01:34
sklavhey guys what is the best way to configure the Xdisplay?01:34
bimberisaxton: ah :)01:34
bimberiubotu tell saxton about cupsweb01:34
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eternalswdrwd_, okay that should be fine, but have you added your user to the mysql database?01:35
stewskisklav can of worms = open :-)01:35
hondjesklav: either editing /etc/X11/xorg.conf by hand or running sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg01:35
jordan_jUggERNAUt1980, http://ubuntu-releases.cs.umn.edu//6.06/ubuntu-6.06.1-alternate-i386.iso01:35
jUggERNAUt1980i searched the site for the alternate install and couldn't find a link for download01:35
rmd_according to the mysql tutorial i made a new one and added the user to it.01:35
hondjeunless you mena like, $DISPLAY hehe01:35
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sklavthe reason why im asking is i have an nvidia card and the detection after a clean install has configured it as an ATI01:35
rmd_hmm01:35
rmd_it didn't make the database01:35
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rmd_probably the problem01:36
rmd_durrrr01:36
stewskisklav hae you downloaded an nvidia driver?01:36
jribjUggERNAUt1980: it's on the download page, there is a long list of files below the pretty icons.  It lists the alternate install cd there01:36
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saxtonbimberi: thanks that works :)01:36
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sklavstewski: yes i have01:36
sklavand its running01:36
sklavi just want to fine tune my X display01:36
stewskiin what way - resolution or performance01:37
synjetsklav: edit /etc/X11/xorg.conf but do NOT forget to make a backup copy01:37
sklavinstead of 1024x768 i want 1280x102401:37
stewskicd /ect/X1101:37
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noriegahow do I get programs to autostart when ubuntu starts?01:37
rmd_eternalswd: thanks for making me less stupider01:38
chaosHey, I have an fstab entry for an smb mount that wont mount on boot. I can mount from terminal01:38
chaosany ideas?01:38
tyler-wylieokay so out of all the ubuntu XGL howtos, which would be the best to follow for an ati card, half the ones I've tried fail on apt-get because of some wierd reason01:38
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ACUHave proftp installed but I do not know where is the folder where I can drop the files (or how to access the ftp server) and how would know what ftp servers I have installed\01:38
knixtechladydoor, synjet the problem was i rm -R my htdocs folder on my suse server,  that deleted everything :(  so now i am teaching myself how to use the ubuntu server01:38
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jordan_sklav, you may not be able to get a higher resolution without the proprietary nvidea drivers installed.01:39
cdavishow do I change the default kernel in grub?01:39
cdavisI cannot find grub.conf01:39
jUggERNAUt1980the reason i need it is that the video ram is shared on the toshiba satellite and it only registers 190mb ram, apparently the livecd needs 192?01:39
stewskisklav can you not choose that mode from system>preferences>screen resolution ?01:39
sklavi have nvidia drivers installed and working01:39
jordan_jUggERNAUt1980, http://ubuntu-releases.cs.umn.edu//6.06/ubuntu-6.06.1-alternate-i386.iso01:39
sklavstewski: no it maxed at 1024x76801:39
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jUggERNAUt1980thanks jordan!  i'll try that one.01:39
sklavbut this montior used to work at 1280x102401:39
synjetnoriega: preferences-> sessions01:39
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sklavbefore i reinstalled01:39
noriegaoh01:39
noriegathanks01:39
sklavnvidia drivers are installed and im running Xgl01:40
eternalswdrmd_ , if there's have a problem with anything in this world, there's usually two options.  Either you did something stupid, or someone else did.  It happens to everyone, but we all press on.01:40
stewskiwell in my case I added the following into my xorg.conf file01:40
stewskiinside section "screen"01:40
sklavtyler-wylie: do a search on wiki.ubuntu.com for Xgl or aixgl01:40
sklavfollow the ati steps01:41
stewskimodes01:41
stewskiSubSection "Display"01:41
stewskiDepth101:41
stewskiModes"1920x1440" "1920x1200" "1856x1392" "1792x1344" "1680x1050" "1600x1200" "1440x900" "1400x1050" "1280x1024" "1280x960" "1280x854" "1280x800" "1280x768" "1200x800" "1152x864" "1152x768" "1024x768" "800x600" "640x480"01:41
stewskiEndSubSection01:41
chaosHey, I have an fstab entry for an smb mount that wont mount on boot. I can mount from terminal01:41
synjetknixtech: oh there have been cases where ppl rm -rf / :)01:41
gizmoinlove725please does anyone have the key mapping config file for the A4Tech KBS 26 keyboard ?01:41
chaoslol, he only needs the mode he wants01:41
stewskito acommodate my widey01:41
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knixtechlol01:41
ACUCan anyone help with ftp?01:41
stewskiadd in the mode you want and restart the x server cntrl alt backspace then type start x01:42
synjetACU: shoot, someone will try01:42
gizmoinlove725please does anyone have the key mapping config file for the A4Tech KBS 26 keyboard ?01:42
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stewskisorry dont forget to add the list of modes to all possible colour depths01:43
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gizmoinlove725please does anyone have the key mapping config file for the A4Tech KBS 26 keyboard ?01:43
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KewlLeetKDCC SEND 000000000000000000000  11111OneOneOne!(){}] [#@~^&*)()%$^"$!"01:43
gizmoinlove725okay i give up01:43
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tyler-wyliesklav, with the open source radeon drivers what do you suggest, AIGLX or XGL?01:44
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bleechdoes anyone know how to set the color depth to 8-bit for vnc (remote desktop)?01:44
Jack_Smirnofftyler-wylie: Did you by chance make the mistake of trying Automatix01:45
vecnahcan you give me a reason to change my fedora for an ubuntu?01:45
sivikvecnah, its by choice, no one is forcing you to do it01:45
TigerCR1200ubuntu is cooler?01:45
jribvecnah: use what you like to use more, try a livecd out and see if oyu like it01:45
decherdtrpm vs apt-get01:45
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sivikvecnah, why don't you try a live cd for ubuntu and see if you like it01:45
vecnahok01:45
vecnahty01:45
jordan_gizmoinlove725, this link may help you: http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/debian-linux-help/39843-lineak.html01:45
vecnahI will01:45
synjettyler-wylie: http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/RenderingProject/aiglx and known to be smooth01:45
vecnahafter I finish test vista01:46
sklavtyler-wylie: i have nvidia so i cannot use aiglx i have to use xgl01:46
sivikyucky01:46
sivikeveryone i know that has tested vista said it wasn't that great01:46
sklavi read for ati and intel aiglx is better01:46
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sklavsivik: i tested vista and i didnt like it01:46
siviklol01:46
sklavps nice to meet you01:47
sklav;)01:47
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stewskiId like a look at vista01:47
siviksklav: nice to meet you as well01:47
chaosstew, vista is buggy01:47
synjetsklav: so you own a supercomputer to have tested aero? ;)01:47
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stewskibut mostly Id like to run OSX on a standard PC01:47
siviklol01:47
chaosOSX is slow01:47
stewskithat said ubuntu is my first love always01:47
sklavnope just an amd 2800+ and 1 gig of ram01:47
vecnahwish you a nice ubuntu future :)01:47
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yaya_4321quelqu'un parle francais?01:47
jordan_!fr01:47
ubotuAllez a #ubuntu-fr ou #kubuntu-fr pour de l'aide et de la discussion en francais.01:47
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sklavinstall takes forever and then yes its slow but like i said i didnt like it01:48
chaosApple computers run windows XP  better than they run OSX01:48
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sklavand its very buggy01:48
chaosOSX is garbage01:48
siviklol01:48
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stewskithats not true chaos01:48
chaosFreeBSD is nice too01:48
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stewskialthough intel apple runs adobe much faster under xp at the mo01:48
chaosgo edit some movies stew01:49
stewskireally?01:49
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tyler-wylieJack_Smirnoff, nope01:49
stewskifinal cut pro doesnt run under xp01:49
eternalswdI have two nics, one connected to my isp and the other connected to a Windows XP box (I just installed that one).  Do I need an ip address for each ethernet card?  is there a good howto on this.01:49
sklavbrb i need to test my display settings01:50
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variantW: GPG error: http://archive.czessi.net dapper Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY A714EB87D1B1F415 how can i fix that error?01:51
flacoeternalswd: ifconfig , as root01:51
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eternalswdflaco, what exactly does that do?01:52
stewskiso anyone got any greatest and latest linux apps they want to mention01:52
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flacoshow you all networks interfaces... and their ip, gateway ,etc01:52
jordan_variant, is http://archive.czessi.net a repository you added?01:52
gizmoinlove725how to use linEAK after install jordan01:52
synjetstewski: regarding which area?01:52
stewskianyhting your loving right now01:53
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variantjordan_: yeah why?01:53
eternalswdflaco, there's currently no ip address for the eth2 which is the one connected to XP, do I need to manually set that?01:53
Jack_Smirnoffsauerbraten fps01:53
jordan_gizmoinlove725, I have no idea :) that is why I said it might help.01:53
czer323Isn't there a single word command to say which video drivers are loaded?01:53
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variantlsmod01:53
sivikczer323, not really01:53
sivikyeah, that too01:53
variantczer323: lsmod01:53
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flacoeternalswd: u want to share the internet connection from ubuntu-pc to windwosxp-pc ?01:53
torpedo|dogDoes anybody know of a Linux winhelp viewer?01:53
orbinstewski: listen/exaile01:53
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jordan_variant, when you add a repository, you need to ad a security key so it can be authenticated.01:54
siviktorpedo|dog, if you find one, let me know01:54
eternalswdflaco, no, I just want to be able to access files.01:54
stewskiIm using listen but concerned about where my usage data is going01:54
synjettorpedo: http://xchm.sourceforge.net/ if chm file is what you mean01:54
czer323variant> close, but no.  It showed the vendor name too.01:54
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stewskiais the album art comming from amazon?01:54
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torpedo|dogsynjet: I don't know if CHM == HLP01:54
torpedo|dog'tis worth a shot, eh?01:54
stewskiwhats exaile01:54
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jordan_variant, If you found that repository in a Howto it should also tell you the key to add.01:55
synjettorpedo: some help files/e-books are in chm format..01:55
orbinstewski: another rbox alternative01:55
siviktorpedo|dog, ok, chm opens in the windows help thingy, i have been trying to find something to open those types of firles01:55
flacoeternalswd: I never had to do that without a router... but.. I think that.. the program firestarter can configure that01:55
variantjordan_: i have a ton of keys to add01:55
variantjordan_: its just a hassle to add them manualy:P01:55
WrxReachanyone know how to get my ma521 wireless pc card to work?01:55
torpedo|dogsynjet: sadly enough, I01:55
torpedo|dog'm trying to read a Windows helpfile for comedic reasons01:56
variantczer323: huh?01:56
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variantczer323: what do you want exactly?01:56
flacoWrxReach: that is a netgear card?01:56
gizmoinlove725so no one has experience in mmx keyboard activationg ?01:56
stewskiwhat about web design  anything cool in that dept01:56
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WrxReachmy wireless card to work01:56
WrxReachyes01:56
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WrxReachit is a ma52101:56
tininPlease, when building from source ($sh ./autogen.sh) how can i do to use a newer automake version??01:56
eternalswdflaco, yeah, i'd typically use a router, but mine is at home, so I'm using a crossover cable here at school.01:56
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jribtinin: sudo update-alternatives --config automake01:57
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czer323I just want to see that the drivers I installed are being used.  I just forget the command.  was hoping someone knew it.  I'll just google it up again.01:57
tininjrib thanx, i'll try01:57
WrxReachthere is a link for a linux version for the driver but it's a dead link01:57
flacoWrxReach: u try ndiswrapper ?01:57
WrxReachi havent01:57
flacoeternalswd: u check firestarter ?01:57
flacotry it01:58
WrxReachok01:58
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stewskiare people actually runnign a firewall01:58
variantczer323: that command does tell you01:58
eternalswdflaco, I may have found what I need, thanks01:58
synjetstewski: firestarter01:58
flacoWrxReach: when u plug in the card... the light tilt?01:58
^Ocean^how do i re-install a package ?01:58
variantczer323: lsmod01:58
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flacoeternalswd: ok :D gl01:58
WrxReachthe power is on, but there isn't any link01:58
stewskiyeah just wondered if it was deemed a requirement yet01:59
WrxReachobviously01:59
Deton8RI tried firestarter.  never could get it to play with wireless.01:59
slavikbow before me, for I am root :D01:59
Jack_Smirnoff!firewall01:59
ubotuUbuntu, like any other linux distribution, has firewall capabilities built-in. The firewall is managed with iptables (in the command line) or firestarter (gui, can also setup connection sharing)01:59
jrib^Ocean^: sudo apt-get --reinstall install package, or sudo aptitude reinstall package01:59
stewskiI dislike wireless all round01:59
synjetstewski: depends.. if you are using unsecured wifi01:59
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Deton8Rwireless is the only way to go01:59
knixtechcan someone help me get my hompage going with apache,  not used to ubuntu yet?01:59
torpedo|dogsynjet: it doesn't work, but thanks for trying ;)01:59
stewskiwireless is slow01:59
Deton8Ranything  less is ancient01:59
flacothis is the problem of ubuntu... the ppl dont learn02:00
callieanyone here experienced at getting webcams working? im led to believe that my cam is supported by spca5xx but im still stuck. help!02:00
stewskiwieless is insecure02:00
Deton8Rwireless slow?  not if you know what you're doing02:00
torpedo|dogknixtech: you have all of your files ready?02:00
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slavikfull wifi support in Linux is like a black KKK member ... will only happen as a skit by Dave Chappelle02:00
green__saotomestewski, i beg to differ02:00
cynicalnot if you get a good adapter + know a few things02:00
Jack_Smirnoff!webcam02:00
ubotuwebcam is now easy to install on Linux; instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Webcam Supported cams: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsMultimediaWebCameras02:00
stewskiand wireless has yet to be proven safe02:00
WrxReachim looking at firestarter, and it says ubuntu 5.04 and im not using that version02:00
variantknixtech: put it in /var/www/sitename02:00
cynicalnot true02:00
stewskibeg away green :-)02:00
tyler-wylieI get this error whenever I try to run Xgl, "Could not create server lock file: /tmp.X1-lock, is this something easy to fix or what?02:00
Deton8Rsomeone needs to read some more02:00
variantknixtech: and /etc/init.d/apache2 start02:00
green__saotomestewiski, get wpa2 encryption with a respectful password, and noone can break that in this life time02:00
Jack_Smirnoff!firestarter02:00
ubotuUbuntu, like any other linux distribution, has firewall capabilities built-in. The firewall is managed with iptables (in the command line) or firestarter (gui, can also setup connection sharing)02:00
cynicaldo you see any video tutorials on hacking wpa2?02:00
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variantJack_Smirnoff: we heard you the first time02:00
orbintyler-wylie: #ubuntu-xgl02:00
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slavikI am sorry if Compaq shoved bcom down my throat and locked the BIOS not to accept any other miniPCI wifi cards02:01
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CNotehello, has anyone had luck with ATI drivers and the ATI Mobility Fire Gl V5200?02:01
knixtechvariant, what about /etc/apache/site-available?02:01
flaco!ndiswrapper02:01
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:01
knixtechtorpedo|dog, ty for the help02:01
Jack_SmirnoffSorry I was trying to see where firestarter was... I linked firewall the fires time.. for those paying attention02:01
stewskiwell I may need to read more02:01
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Masqyhi guys..02:01
bleechdoes anyone know how to set the color depth to 8-bit for vnc (remote desktop)?02:01
Jack_SmirnoffFYI I prefer guarddog02:01
variantcynical: apart from this not being the appropriate place to ask that kind of question, wpa is not at all easy or worthwhile to crack (would take far far to long unless you know exactly what your doing)02:01
Deton8Ranybody heard about any progress with ebuntu?  I have something I slapped together... and it looks great, but it isn't the latest e17.....  it's an older version02:01
WrxReachdoes anyone play maplestory?02:01
stewskibut I've worked in IT for 14 years and I dont like frog based ring tones either02:01
variantknixtech: what about it?02:01
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knixtechvariant, dont i hve to edit it02:02
WrxReachi cant get it to run past gameguard02:02
slavikwpa cannot be cracked unless you can capture the username/password packet in unecrypted form ...02:02
bulldogEvening, anyone running VMWare and know if VirtualPC is a good applicance? Does VMWare replace Wine for windows programs?02:02
MasqyI'm having some problems with WMaker in ubuntu.. Which font does the gnome env. uses as default? I'd like to use the terminal's font XTerm in rxvt, and I can't seem to find how to.. any experiences?02:02
stewskicracking wpa02:02
variantknixtech: possibly.. im not used ot ubuntu yet02:02
slavikone point of wpa2 is to cycle the wep key so that you can't get enough IV packets to crack it ...02:02
variantknixtech: been using gentoo for years and its different02:02
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knixtechvariant, ty for the honesty02:03
stewskislav that sounds really secure02:03
orbinCNote: what problems are you having?02:03
torpedo|dogMasqy: it uses DejaVu fonts02:03
torpedo|dogSans, Serif, and Mono02:03
swtaarrsI'm trying to play a streaming mp3s with realplayer but it skips and every few seconds the player interface will freeze for 3-4 seconds. anyone know how to fix this?02:03
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Masqydo you know how do I xft them?02:03
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WrxReachdid you figure out how to get past gameguard?02:03
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CNoteI found some documentation on using the fglrx driver, but when I tried that the system locked...02:03
synjetswtaarrs: streaming mp3: try xmms02:03
slavikswtaarrs: seems like realplayer is more like crapplayer imho02:04
Deton8Rswtaarrs, sounds like either your system or net connection is too slow02:04
stewskiA second flaw exists in the method with which WPA initializes its encryption scheme. Consequently, it's actually easier to crack WPA than it is to crack WEP. This flaw is the subject of this article.02:04
slavikanyone know of any Linux bios tools?02:04
jordan_CNote, What documentation did you use?02:04
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stewskihttp://www.informit.com/articles/article.asp?p=369221&rl=102:04
Deton8Rmine did that...but it was an old K6 2 53302:04
CNotejordan_: http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/Installation_instructions_for_the_ThinkPad_T60p02:04
knixtechalright, how about mysql on ubuntu-server02:04
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tomo666hi iam trying to setup postfix for virtual domains, iam having trouble sending mail, when i set myhostname = localhost, i get mail returned to sender 504 not fqdn but when i set myhostname to one of my virtual domain names it will work ok. all the virtual domain names  are fqdn. how do i set myhostname to work with the virtual domains?? thx for any help02:04
orbincould we move the offtopic talk to #ubuntu-offtopic please?02:05
TonrenI have a dark theme, but when I login, the background is bright blue.  Is the "default" X background controlled by my GDM login theme?02:05
slavikwpa-tkip is crackable, wpa2 with authentication isn't02:05
Masqytorpedo|dog: How can I use them in wmaker?02:05
siviktorpedo|dog, did you find something that might work02:05
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torpedo|dogMasqy: I'd love to say that I have the expertise for that but I don't :(02:05
WrxReachok, i got ndiswrapper, now what do i do02:05
torpedo|dogsivik: nope02:05
orbinTonren: no, it's a separate setting.02:05
jribTonren: there is an option in system > administration > login window for the background color02:05
torpedo|dogI've been googling for a while before this02:05
siviktorpedo|dog, darn02:05
knixtechany one good with mysql?02:05
WrxReachlike, how do i install it02:06
Tonrenorbin: jrib: thanks dudes02:06
cynicalvariant: lol sorry that was sarcasm not a question. Someone was challenging the security of wireless, so I was sarcastically asking them, have you seen any videos on the internet of wpa2 being cracked? Course not, because its that secure02:06
stewski<slavik> wpa-tkip is crackable, wpa2 with authentication isn't - so wep wasnt crack able then it was02:06
clearzenCan I mount remote file systems using sshfs that are viewable by non-root users?02:06
Masqytorpedo|dog: 10x...02:06
swtaarrsDeton8R: there's no way either is too slow, it works fine in windows02:06
sivikWrxReach, have you tried man ndiswrapper02:06
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stewskithen wpa wasnt crackable then it was02:06
stewskibut no no this time really02:06
cynicalstewski: no they are all crackable, but right now wpa2 is new and difficult02:06
slavikstewski: wpa2 changes wep keys fairly quickly to get the new key every time02:06
cynicalstewski: just like wpa and wep were long ago02:06
Deton8Rhere's the thing to remember about having a computer on the net, no matter what you use to connect "You can't keep us out."02:06
CNotejordan_: any thoughts on those docs?02:06
stewskiindeed cynical02:07
THX-1138!eyecandy is XGL/Compiz , xcompmgr, xdesktopwaves02:07
variantcynical: are you an experienced programmer?02:07
jordan_CNote, Did you try both with and without the line "ChipID 0x71c5"?02:07
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stewskibut with the soup of access points and revisions of firmware please wireless is a fup02:07
THX-1138!eyecandy is also transset02:07
clearzendoes anyone know how to use sshfs to mount files systems that are viewable by non-root users?02:07
Deton8Rswtaarrs, it works fine in Linux too.02:07
cynicalvariant: nope02:07
stewskiand thats without getting into the emc aspect02:07
cynicalvariant: I have dabbled tho :D02:07
sivikclearzen, sshfs?02:08
CNotejordan_: i tried with, I don't recall without, I am inbetween an install right now...02:08
variantcynical: get a degree in programming and cryptography then try.. :)02:08
clearzenyeah that is the command02:08
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sivikclearzen, whats the difference between that and ssh?02:08
variantcynical: thats my howto :P02:08
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Jack_SmirnoffGentlemen, please take the discussion to the offtopic room.. and out of the help channel...02:08
TonrenIs there a way to disable session manager from starting ANYTHING at login except for startup programs?02:08
WrxReachsivik, i just got ndiswrapper but i'm a little confused on what to do02:08
jordan_CNote, All I can say is to try it without that line.02:08
sivikWrxReach, ndiswrapper -i driver02:08
sivikand then modprobe ndiswrapper02:09
cynicalvariant: there is more to it then that, any security is beatable. But for the time being its complicated and new, eventually it'll be old and effortless02:09
CNotejordan_: thanks...if that doesn't work, i'll just keep at it, thanks02:09
WrxReachin terminal>02:09
sivikand to make sure the ndiswrapper driver works, do a ndiswrapper -l02:09
variantcynical: of course02:09
cynicalvariant: but thanks for the advice, I plan to one day :D02:09
Byanhow do I do init.d stuff?02:09
Wikkedfin^Hello i had a question, i did a fresh install of ubuntu server dapper and i cant seem to install tcl via apt-get it is for eggdrops could anyone pont me ?02:09
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sivikWikkedfin^, did you uncomment the needed repos in the sources.list file?02:09
Wikkedfin^yes02:09
variantByan: type "/etc/init.d/servicename start/stop/etc"02:09
TonrenAlso, GNOME Power Manager no longer notifies me when my battery is critical.  How do I get the popup back?02:09
tomo666hi iam trying to setup postfix for virtual domains, iam having trouble sending mail, when i set myhostname = localhost, i get mail returned to sender 504 not fqdn but when i set myhostname to one of my virtual domain names it will work ok. all the virtual domain names  are fqdn. how do i set myhostname to work with the virtual domains??02:10
sivikWikkedfin^, did you do an apt-cache search tcl to see if you have the correct name for the package02:10
Deton8Ranybody tried to compile 2.6.18 yet?02:10
Byanvariant: I know that much, I should've been clearer02:10
Wikkedfin^yes02:10
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Byanvariant: How do I write those scripts and link them to the rc*.d stuff02:10
sivikWikkedfin^, then whats the issue02:10
Byanor, rather, link the rc*.d stuff to them02:10
variantByan: lol, thats a complicated question02:11
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WrxReachmodprobe ndiswrapper fatal error? operation not permitted?02:11
Byanvariant: well, I can't seem to find any tutorials on it..02:11
Wikkedfin^Package tcl is not available, but is referred to by another package.02:11
Wikkedfin^This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or02:11
Wikkedfin^is only available from another source02:11
variantByan: not somthing i am capable of answering unfortunatly :) check google on tutorials for writing initscripts.. im sure there are plenty02:11
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vdepizzolI tried to run the windows app of the ubuntu dapper cd, but it didn't work on windows vista rc102:11
Byaninitscripts02:11
Byanok02:11
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kakadoWikkedfin^,  do apt-get update and maybe even apt-get dist-upgrade02:12
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sivikWikkedfin^, do you find it when you run a apt-cache search tcl?02:13
synjetWikkedfin: just tcl?02:13
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TonrenGNOME Power Manager no longer notifies me when my battery is critical.  How do I get the popup back?02:13
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jordan_Is Grub install on mactels supposed to be fixed yet in edgy? I am not sure wether or not to file a bug report ( it failed ).02:13
synjetWikkedfin: apt-get tcl8.002:13
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Who_Can someone help me make a bug report for a crash that is causing a complete hang - no num/caps lock02:13
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LuisMendescan someone recommend me a good FTP client besides gFTP?02:13
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robert_where do I get xmame bioses or whatever?02:13
Jack_Smirnoff!edgy02:13
ubotuedgy is the current development version of Ubuntu. Version 6.10, codename "Edgy Eft". For support head to #ubuntu+1. For its release schedule, see !schedule02:13
Wikkedfin^seems to be kernel update02:13
kakadoLuisMendes, if you like cli then lftp02:14
vdepizzolLuisMendes, the file manager (nautilus) connects to ftp02:14
synjetWikkedfin: apt-get tcl8.0 works?02:14
Wikkedfin^no02:14
jordan_Jack_Smirnoff, Was that a response to me?02:14
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vdepizzolLuisMendes, go to Places > Connect to Server02:14
Wikkedfin^only thing i have done to this server install is installed gcc,g++ and make02:14
synjetWikkedfin: hmmn it works for me..02:15
Deton8RI used to get roms at www.classicgaming.com but that was years ago02:15
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sivikWikkedfin^, try doing a apt-get install build-essential02:15
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THX-1138!eyecandy02:15
ubotuFind your themes at: http://www.gnome-look.org - http://kdelook.org - http://themes.freshmeat.net/browse/58/ - http://www.guistyles.com - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/ - Also see !changethemes and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuEyeCandy02:15
Wikkedfin^sivik, whats that all install02:15
sivikand then try apt-get install tcl8.002:15
en1gmam using kubuntu live dvd....i have an NF4 mboard that has onboard nvraid (i know its fake raid) now i have 4 sata drives in a raid 0 and there are 2 partitions (1 for windows) and (future 1 for kubuntu) but what i want to know now is how do i mount that array02:15
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Wikkedfin^8.0 latest?02:15
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corhereI just installed ubuntu-server on an amd k6, the install cd booted fine but the newly-installed OS doesnt. I suspect that's because the kernel is compiled for i686, but then shouldn't the install cd fail to boot also?02:16
sivikits the latest one in the dapper repos02:16
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Code-EHow do you cd to a CD-Rom drive02:16
Deton8Rlooks like www.rom-world.com02:16
THX-1138the install cd is I38602:16
sivikCode-E, you have to make sure you have it mounted first02:16
lupine_85 /media/cdrom02:16
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en1gmawhat about me02:16
en1gmaand my Q02:16
lupine_85!patience02:16
ubotuThe people in this channel are volunteers. Your attitude will determine how fast you are helped. See also http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines02:16
Code-Esivik? how do you mount a cd-rom drive02:16
Code-Eo_O02:16
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THX-1138!raid02:17
ubotuTips and tricks for RAID and LVM can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RaidConfigurationHowto and http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO02:17
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lupine_85as for your question, I personally have no idea02:17
Wikkedfin^ah works now: tcl8.4 - Tcl (the Tool Command Language) v8.4 - run-time files02:17
Wikkedfin^8.4 seems latest02:17
corhereTHX-1138 i remember reading that i386 just means that its targeted at x86, but it's compiled -march i68602:17
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synjetWikkedfin: tclx8.402:17
gnomefreaken1gma: try in #kubuntu02:17
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Wikkedfin^nwo do i need tk also02:17
thenetduckhow can i make a desktop video?02:17
sivikCode-E, mount /dev/sda# /media/cdrom02:18
Code-Ewine ftw.kthxbai!02:18
thenetduckdoes anyone know how to make a desktop vide?02:18
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Code-Eo-o-o-o-o-o-o02:18
Code-Eftw!02:18
THX-1138corhere - Ah. Okay. - it never ceases to amaze me how much there is to know. - thank you.02:18
vltHello. How can I leave sudo mode, I mean how can I drop root rights before timeout (where to set that) is reached?02:18
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synjetthenetduck: http://ubuntu.wordpress.com/2006/06/08/how-to-create-a-screencast-in-ubuntu/02:18
THX-1138"exit" will kill that session02:19
synjetvtl: exit02:19
thenetducksynjet thank you02:19
lupine_85synjet: surely that only works in sudo -i ?02:19
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Wikkedfin^another question i installed eggdrop via apt-get i couldnt ever figure out hwo to get it to run....02:19
lupine_85oh, hang on.. ignore me :)02:19
synjetlupine_85: even sudo -s02:19
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grouchytimhey _tom_ are you reading?02:19
THX-1138lupine_85 - If you new everything it would be dull.02:20
synjetTHX-1138 :D now was that praising or teasing ;)02:20
gnomefreakWikkedfin^: try #ubuntu-offtopic please they might be able to help you02:20
vltMmh, `exit` kills my whole shell session. Is there a softer way?02:21
THX-1138synjet - jeez - no high horse to ride in on here i can't spell knew.02:21
Tonrenvlt: logout?02:21
corhereby not booting, the GRUB "savedefault, boot" is shown then immediately the computer reboots. Does that just mean that there is a problem with the kernel or that grub just cant load it?02:21
Wikkedfin^ok02:21
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Wikkedfin^anyone else had the left speak crackling02:22
synjetvlt: if you want to exit from root to your user log-in, one exit should do the trick.. now if you type again, that kills your terminal02:22
_tom_oh, hi, is it working?02:22
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Wikkedfin^distored02:22
lupine_85:p02:22
grouchytimanyone have time to troubleshoot internet thru a router with static ip?02:22
bulldogEvening, I am unable to configure my HP Laserjet 5n printer, does not auto detect through Print Manager eh02:22
_tom_so it` s not working... hm, i hoped you` d come back and say it works now grouchytim :)02:22
BlueEagleSo, when I attempt to run xawtv -device /dev/video0 I get the error "X Error of failed request:  XF86DGANoDirectVideoMode"02:23
synjet!printtool>bulldog02:23
BlueEagleIs this a nVidia driver problem? I've seen references to this, but that was in old posts.02:23
dotsonyi've noticed that my computer starts lvm, raid, and enterprise services at boot time and these are completely unecessary on my laptop. will turning them off decrease boot time? and if so, how do I do this?02:23
Falcongrinderheadache...  Ark says "The utility unrar is not in your PATH.02:23
FalcongrinderPlease install it or contact your system administrator." when i try to extrack a .rar02:23
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vltsynjet: But when I open a new terminal (konsole) I can sudo again until access expires. How can I force that expiring?02:23
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Falcongrinderanyone have this problem?02:23
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grouchytimwell no but i'm trying to alter the /etc/network/interfaces file02:23
synjetvlt: unset autologout02:23
kakadoWikkedfin^, read about packages at packages.ubuntu.com02:24
BlueEagledotsony: Yes, and rcconf is a good way to do it.02:24
synjetvlt: if you want to remain there02:24
sklavFalcongrinder, have you installed rar?02:24
grouchytimi just don't wanna dork it up too bad02:24
|hate|need some help only my second day on ubuntu... put xampp on ... how do i change permissions of the files... it wont' let me becuase im not "root"02:24
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Falcongrinderive installed unrar-free from the spm02:24
bulldog!printtool?02:24
ubotuprinttool: Tk-based printer configuration tool. In component universe, is extra. Version 4.5-9 (dapper), package size 54 kB, installed size 308 kB02:24
_tom_hey, thats a good start grouchytim :D02:24
G2kguys I have a USB mouse that will only work if I boot up the computer when it's plugged in. It was working fine when I used Gentoo (plugging in and out, even during X sessions) but now if it's not plugged in during boot, Ubuntu doesn't recognize the hardware or something02:25
vltsynjet: `unset autologout` doesn't help.02:25
BlueEagle|hate|: chown is the way to change owners of files.02:25
G2khow can i go about fixing this?02:25
_tom_i`ll paste you my config02:25
sklavFalcongrinder, make sure its in the correct path that ark is looking for it02:25
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bulldogubotu: Thanks I will check it out02:25
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about Thanks I will check it out - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:25
_tom_you can do a backup file of it02:25
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synjetvlt: sorry, I didnt get your q02:25
sklavand why not use rar-free from ubuntu universe?02:25
_tom_i mean of your config file ;)02:25
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|hate|can noone help?02:25
BlueEagle|hate|: Note that some filesystems (like vfat and ntfs) don't support permissions. These you would need to specify when you mount the partition.02:25
_tom_and if you screw something you can copy it back02:25
variantwhats the package name for blackdown jdk on ubuntu?02:25
bulldogsynjet: Thanks as well02:25
fishyI set GPartEd to resize a partition, and then create a new one out of the allocated space, and I waited 2 hours, and nothing happened.02:25
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Falcongrinderive been trying to find out what that is02:25
BlueEagle|hate|: Relevant resources: man chown and man mount02:25
fishyAny reason why nothing is working?02:25
TonrenIs there a way to disable session manager from starting ANYTHING at login except for startup programs?02:26
TonrenAlso, GNOME Power Manager no longer notifies me when my battery is critical.  How do I get the popup back?02:26
grouchytimok sounds good02:26
Falcongrindersorry.. rar-free is what ive installed02:26
sklav|hate|, sudo chmod 755 name-of-file02:26
Falcongrindernon unrar02:26
grouchytimbut you don't know how bad i am at linux02:26
sklavkeep in mind 755 might not be what you need02:26
variantFalcongrinder: unrar-gpl02:26
grouchytim<---sux bad02:26
sivikok, i just ran a ntpupdate and now my clock time says its 6 hours ahead and now when i run sudo it says the timestamp is too far in the future02:26
sklavsivik, you got the wrong time zone most likely02:27
synjetfishy: 2 hrs is extremely long02:27
sklavit might be using UTC02:27
siviksklav, how do i fix that02:27
sklavright click on the time and set your time zone02:27
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vltsynjet: If I do run a  sudo command the first time I have to enter password. For about the next 10 minutes I don't have to re-enter that password. How can I force sudo to ask for pw faster?02:27
siviki'm not in gnome or kde, thats rather difficult02:27
sklavcommand line?02:28
sivikyes, how do you do it via command line02:28
sklavuse the date command02:28
Falcongrinderi think ill screw with it some more. Thanks02:28
corherewhen booting, my machine loads grub and then attempts to boot ubuntu-server. It shows everything up to the savedefault, boot and then immediately reboots02:28
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synjetvlt: edit /etc/sudoers02:28
BlueEagleso, no takers on xawtv -device /dev/video0 giving weird DGA errors with a nvidia card?02:28
synjetvlt: change this as needed: Defaults:user_name timestamp_timeout=1002:29
S0me1sivik: startkde command02:29
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grouchytimwelcome back02:29
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_tom_thx :)02:29
G2kguys I have a USB mouse that will only work if I boot up the computer when it's plugged in. It was working fine when I used Gentoo (plugging in and out, even during X sessions) but now if it's not plugged in during boot, Ubuntu doesn't recognize the hardware or something02:29
G2khow can i go about fixing this?02:29
_tom_24h reconnect thingy02:29
sivikS0me1, i don't have kde installed02:29
jbmigelsivik "man date"02:29
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siviki did that02:30
S0me1sivik: could you please repet the Q's?02:30
jbmigelsivik... read it02:30
sklavhis computer is suing UTC time02:30
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sklavcorrection02:30
sivikjbmigel, then i just missed the part about setting a time zone02:30
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Wikkedfin^now i just noticed on my unbuntu desktop box music is distored raspy if you would02:30
sklavubuntu thinks his bios is set to UTC most likely02:30
fluvvellG2k, what does dmesg say about the mouse?  Does any other usb mouse you have do the same?02:30
jbmigeloh wait... yes you set timezone a different way02:31
S0me1i see02:31
jbmigelsivik 1 sec02:31
grouchytimwooohoooo02:31
grouchytimi'm up02:31
grouchytimthat was the trick02:31
_tom_great :)02:31
grouchytimwas missing the gateway xx.xx.xx.xx entry in interfaces02:31
grouchytimthat rules02:31
_tom_oh, i like happy ends ;D02:31
grouchytimi actually fixed something02:32
grouchytimand it only took 3 days02:32
grouchytimlol02:32
_tom_jup, great work02:32
_tom_well, you did not stop trying02:32
jbmigelsivik there is a file called /etc/timezone02:32
_tom_enjoy the victory! :)02:32
grouchytimwife wishes i would have02:32
sklavgrouchytim, that not bad02:32
grouchytimshe hasn't seen much of me lately cus of this02:32
grouchytimlol02:32
sklavwhen i started it took me forever to figure stuff out02:32
corhereanybody have any experience with GRUB and bootup troubles?02:32
_tom_:)02:32
siviki have it set on US/Central02:32
S0me1jbmigel: you are right02:33
jbmigelsivik where are you?02:33
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sivikjbmigel, Texas02:33
G2kfluvvell it says [17211268.076000]  psmouse.c: GlidePoint at isa0060/serio4/input0 lost synchronization, throwing 1 bytes away02:33
sklavsivik, on boot ubuntu takes the time from the bios02:33
jbmigelsivik is that central time?02:33
_tom_now get your next problem grouchytim ;)02:33
G2ki think that's it at least02:33
grouchytimnow i have to see if i can get the ssh thing workin too02:33
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G2kfluvvell i doubt its the touchpad02:33
grouchytimwonder how long that will take02:33
sklavand your bios is probably set to local time and not UTC02:33
siviksklav: yes i now, i just looked to make sure its right02:33
G2kfluvvell and then im getting a bunch of [17211285.652000]  atkbd.c: Unknown key released (translated set 2, code 0xf5 on isa0060/serio0).02:33
sklavok02:33
sklavyou need to make ubuntu stop converting your bios time as if it was UTC02:34
_tom_hm, what do you want to do with ssh?02:34
sklavthat im not sure how to do it02:34
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siviksklav: its 7 something here and my clock when i run date is fri sep 22 02:34:07 CDT 2006 and its thursday02:34
grouchytimi can ssh out of ubuntu but not into it02:34
sivikgrouchytim, did you install openssh-server?02:35
sklavsivik, do you have graphical access to gnome?02:35
grouchytimssh-agent is listening02:35
CNotegrouchytim: is there a firewall issue?02:35
jbmigelsivik: sudo dpkg-reconfigure timezoneconf any help?02:35
sklavgo to sysconfig02:35
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Wikkedfin^!sound02:35
ubotuIf you're having problems with sound, first ensure alsa is selected by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (Alsa Mixer). If you are still having problems with sound, then look at http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DebuggingSoundProblems02:35
chaoshey, what ssh client would be most like putty?02:35
grouchytimnope i just got the ability to see the internet 94 seconds ago02:35
fluvvellG2k, so its on a laptop?02:35
grouchytimso i have to play a little02:35
SlipperyChickenanyone use free-to-air satelite ?  we're down here.02:35
_tom_maybe that problem is solved too now :)02:35
Samuli^dapper uses gnome 2.14 right?02:35
sklavmake sure UTC is not selected02:35
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sivikjbmigel, it says timezoneconf is not installed and no info is available02:36
grouchytimnope02:36
G2kfluvvell yes, but it's a usb mouse so it shouldnt make a difference whether it's PC or laptop no?02:36
grouchytimjust tried it02:36
grouchytimno joy02:36
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Jack_Smirnoffgrouchytim: May I suggest a backup as somthing that might be appropiate at this time...02:36
synjetgrouchytim: what does it say?02:36
sklavgrouchytim, did you set the dns in /etc/resolv.conf?02:36
fluvvellgrouchytim, sudo apt-get install ssh02:36
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grouchytimgood poin Jack_Smirnoff02:36
grouchytimpoint that is02:36
sivikfluvvell, that doesn't work, its openssh-server or openssh-client02:36
sklavgrouchytim, sudo apt-get install openssh-server02:36
Jack_Smirnoff!sbackup02:37
grouchytimconnection refused02:37
ubotusbackup: Simple Backup Suite for desktop use. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9-1 (dapper), package size 36 kB, installed size 340 kB02:37
siviksklav: thats what i just said, lol02:37
sklav;)02:37
grouchytimok trying the ssh server one02:37
sklavim slow at reading02:37
sklavhehe02:37
fluvvellsivik, isn't there some dependency thing in dapper that brings them both in? it worked on my last installation on saturday02:37
CNotegroucytim: can't you do a netstat to see if port 22 is listening02:37
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sivikfluvvell, i don't think so, can't remember02:37
sklavCNote, he doesnt have server installed02:37
sivikfluvvell, i think if you install openssh-server it installs the client02:37
synjetgrouchytim: apt-get install ssh? though I am repeating02:37
thenetduckhey guys i just deleted my Desktop folder in Xubuntu how do I get it bacK ?????????02:38
sklavcopy it from /etc/skel02:38
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Samuli^really? nobody knows what version of gnome dapper is running :)02:38
synjetthenetduck: were yuou sudo or root?02:38
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sklav2.1402:38
Jack_Smirnoffthenetduck: did you ever get your ext3 mounted?02:38
siviksynjet: that doesn't work02:38
Tonrenhey guys, animated GIF editor for Linux.  any?02:38
sklav2.14.3 to be exact02:38
sivikTonren, did you try gimp?02:38
thenetduckJack_Smirnoff yes I got it mounted :)02:38
synjetthenetduck, sivik rummaging the trash, mebbe? :)02:38
jbmigelsivik ok here it is... in the file /etc/default/rcS toggle UTC=yes02:38
sklav2.14.3 to be exact Samuli^02:39
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Jack_Smirnoffthenetduck: DId you need to edit pmount or just your fstab?02:39
rawrnessthis was thereaason i dual booted windows02:39
Tonrensivik: I can't use Gimp.  I'm too used to Photoshop, and everything in the GIMP just confuses and frustrates me.  I could use ImageReady in CXOffice, but it's overkill for the simple stuff I want to do02:39
Samuli^sklav, what I thought, There's 2.16 available. Do you happen to know if anyone has compiled it for dapper?02:39
fluvvellsivik, maybe thats it02:39
grouchytimssh is installed and listening02:39
robert_where do I get xess bioses or whatever?02:39
thenetduckJack_Smirnoff no i just had to redo my fstab02:39
rawrnessi just dual boot to use photoshop02:39
sklavSamuli^, not that i know of02:39
G2khow can I remove old kernels?02:39
Jack_Smirnoffthenetduck: I jumped the gun by not asking first if you had tried std mounting.. my apologies02:39
sivikjbmigel, it already says UTC=yes02:39
rawrnessthey better as hell make  one for linux.02:39
thenetducksynjet I was on my root acount02:39
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grouchytimsorry i didn't acnowledge you sooner synjet02:39
sklavbut it might be just need to find the repo for it02:39
jbmigelsivik change it to no02:39
sivikjbmigel, ok02:39
sklavmaybe they mention it on gnome site02:40
synjetgrouchytim: no prob.. as long as your grouchiness is gone ;)02:40
fluvvellsivik, I just remember  reading in someones howto and thought, hmm he didn't seem to install openssh-server02:40
Samuli^sklav, I looked there, didn't find anything but the source-codes though.02:40
synjetthenetduck: I dont think it is possible02:40
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thenetduckyup It is , but just fixed it :) thanks lol02:40
eternalswdokay, I can see my Windows share in Nautilus.  How do I mount it with read/write access.02:40
sivikfluvvell, well, they must have though wrong, cause it doesn't work, i just tried it and it doesn't find a package named ssh, its openssh-(client or server)02:40
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sklavSamuli^, i wont be of much more help since im running the default myself02:40
sklavplus it was released last week02:41
sivikjbmigel, now i just need to run the ntpupdate again right02:41
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grouti have these dotted lines going through my buttons and have an ati video card, anyone know how to fix this?02:41
sklavim sure in a couple of days someone will release packages02:41
grouchytimok my apt-get says that openssh server is obsolete02:41
synjetthenetduck: you deleted them? pray throw some light on how you recovered, for my future ref?02:41
Samuli^sklav, that's plenty of time for some to compile it to .deb :)02:41
sivikgrouchytim, are you running dapper?02:41
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grouchytimwhat is dapper?02:41
S0me1sivik: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=5341102:41
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sivikgrouchytim, dapper is the latest stable version of ubuntu02:42
sethkgrouchytim, the name of the current release of ubuntu02:42
fluvvellsivik, my response was    ssh is already the newest version.02:42
Xnixanyone in here running edgy?02:42
sklavSamuli^, i agree but then again someone might not have the time ;)02:42
grouchytimoh no sorry i'm using edgy02:42
jbmigelsivik i dont know that command. If it reinits your system clock then it should work... otherwise a reboot will do02:42
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sivikgo to ubuntu_102:42
grouthow do i install a different ati driver?02:42
sklavsivik, it should work02:42
sivikgrout: what ati card?02:42
^Ocean^Xlib: connection to ":1.0" refused by server02:42
^Ocean^Xlib: No protocol specified02:42
^Ocean^ whats this mean ?02:42
thenetducksynjet I deleted my desktop icon, but trying to make a .tash folder and sticking some stuff in it, but for some reason it just deleted my desktop folder, all I had to do is create a new one ...02:42
siviksklav: i have to remember what ntp server to use02:42
groutsivik radoen 7500 in a thinkpad t4202:42
thenetducksynjet It was a super simple fix, but i thought it might effect the rest of my desktop02:42
Samuli^sklav, One thing is that the release might've not raised enough interest anyways.02:42
sklavtry pool.us.ntp.org02:43
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sklavi think its that02:43
synjetthenetduck: I thought you recovered files on desktop that got deleted :)02:43
^Ocean^AUDIT: Thu Sep 21 20:45:19 2006: 26891 Xgl: client 1 rejected from local host02:43
^Ocean^ how to i give localhost access ?02:43
sivikS0me1, i'm using dapper, why do i care about Warty?02:43
thenetducksynjet no, they are all gone :(02:43
sethksivik, I have no idea.  why do you care about warty?02:43
Samuli^sklav, everyone's about kde 4 while gnome publishing minor updates is just un-interesting.02:43
Jack_Smirnoffthenetduck: DId you need to edit pmount or just your fstab?02:43
groutsivik?02:44
SlynderdaleI take it the Ubunti install process where it allows you to choose a partition/hard drive, that selection resize automatically, it creates one for you, corret? Now does that leave the original ahrd drive intact? I have a windows XP isntall using  NTFS and don't want to go find the drive formatted :/02:44
sklav^Ocean^, try the following compiz-start from a command line02:44
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siviksethk: well, he just sent me a url for a warty thing and i was asking him why?02:44
knoppixguys lost my x02:44
thenetduckJack_Smirnoff i just needed to edit my fstab, here let me give you a link to a really good tutorial....02:44
sethkSlynderdale, no, there is no resizing by default02:44
grouthow do i install a different ati driver?02:44
fluvvellsivik, sudo apt-cache depends ssh02:44
fluvvellssh02:44
fluvvell  Depends: openssh-client02:44
fluvvell  Depends: openssh-server02:44
sethkknoppix, dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg02:44
knoppixlost my var/log files02:44
^Ocean^<sklav> i get AUDIT: Thu Sep 21 20:46:50 2006: 26891 Xgl: client 1 rejected from local host02:44
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knoppixi'm on a live boot02:44
sklavdid you run it the way i mentionned?02:44
sivikfluvvell, i know, but if you run sudo apt-get install ssh, it says it doesn't exsist02:44
_tom_Slynderdale, i recommend a backup, better safe than sorry02:45
sklavfrom within gnome?02:45
thenetduckJack_Smirnoff http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/mountlinux02:45
Jack_Smirnoffthenetduck: thanks....02:45
fluvvellsivik, maybe you need to add multiverse and universe to your repositories02:45
sivikfluvvell, nvm, they must have changed that02:45
sivikfluvvell, it use to not work when i just ran ssh02:45
sklav^Ocean^, im running Xgl as we speak02:45
knoppixseth  there is no var or log for x02:45
synjetknoppix: how did you lose files on live cd boot?02:45
thenetduckJack_Smirnoff np, I just decided to start from scratch and it worked by following that... I think i confuse myself a lot02:45
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^Ocean^sklav, i have a second screen open in a window02:45
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groutsivik: you know how i would install a diffrent driver?02:45
^Ocean^but nothing can access the display02:45
CodeBotHi im just wondering why my computer is beeping02:46
sivikfluvvell, ok, i was trying to install flashplugin-nonfree and now because it can't install, it comes up each time i run apt-get install02:46
^Ocean^becuase AUDIT: client rejected crap02:46
sivikgrout: not sure, go to wiki.ubuntu.com and search ati02:46
thenetduckJack_Smirnoff do you know if there is a "force quit" button in Xubuntu?02:46
synjetCodeBot: high BP? ;) is it erratic or when you do something?02:46
knoppixno my ubuntu dapper i installed  a aplha software for a emulator02:46
BlueEagleHello. I am having a bit of trouble getting my QuickCam Communicate STX working with a nVidia card. When I attempt to run xawtv -device /dev/video0 with the nvidia I get a DGA error. When I attempt to run the same command with the nv driver I get "no space left on device". lsusb lists it as "046d:08ad Logitech, Inc."02:46
grouchytimso what do i have to play with to get ssh to let me in?02:46
^Ocean^so how do i modify the xserver to allow loclahost connections ?02:46
sklavok close the screen and try in a term compiz-start02:46
knoppixand then it went to 600x40002:46
tcoffinAnyone know equivalent of "ipconfig /flushdns" in ubuntu?  Trying to change host file to point to different webservers...02:46
grouchytimfrom what i understand....02:46
^Ocean^sklav, okay02:46
knoppixand i can not get out of  the res02:46
tritiumgrouchytim: just install the openssh-server package, and you're good to go02:47
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xspikehi02:47
^Ocean^sklav, did nothing02:47
knoppixi have nvida card02:47
grouchytimssh grouchytim@xx.xx.xx.xx <enter>02:47
siviktritium, thats what i told him to do02:47
grouchytimam i wrong?02:47
fluvvellsivik, yeah whats up with flashplugin-nonfree anyway?  I have been having major problems getting it to install on my daughters pc02:47
tritiumsivik: good :)02:47
Jack_Smirnoffthenetduck: You are right.. that is very well done....Noted for future reference.02:47
xspikem'8 i've a question..02:47
xspikei'm a linux noob..02:47
grouchytimit wouldn't install tritium02:47
CodeBotsynjet: no just every once and a while it beeps02:47
knoppixrm the log back up and log var files thing it would do me good02:47
sivikfluvvell, i'm not sure, but i did it and it still comes up that and firefox works02:47
BlueEaglegrouchytim: ssh -l <username> [hostname|ip] 02:47
tritiumgrouchytim: what do you mean?02:47
grouchytimsaid it was osolete02:47
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sklav^Ocean^, you running nvidia?02:47
^Ocean^sklav, yup02:48
grouchytimmy repositories are the default soooooo02:48
sklavok02:48
knoppixwhat to do what to do ?????????????02:48
tritiumgrouchytim: sudo apt-get update && apt-get install openssh-server02:48
sklavdid you follow the wiki?02:48
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fluvvellsivik, but can you access any flash enabled pages? what plugins does about:plugins list for you? mine was blank02:48
synjetgrouchytim: what does "apt-cache search ssh" show?02:48
sivikfluvvell, not sure02:48
grouchytimok wait one02:48
xspikei've downloaded a gdm theme from www.gnome-look.org, where can i copy all file that was contained in archive ?02:48
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sivikfluvvell, pm02:48
TonrenIs there a way to disable session manager from starting ANYTHING at login except for startup programs?02:48
TonrenAlso, GNOME Power Manager no longer notifies me when my battery is critical.  How do I get the popup back?02:48
synjetCodeBot: is it when you do backspace in terminal.. like a system beep? if it is erratic.. no idea02:48
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^Ocean^i dont think my issue is with compiz my issue is with nothing can access the display02:49
^Ocean^i cant get any apps to open on the display02:49
knoppixwhat to do what to do ?????????????02:49
sethkTonren, you can configure it to do whatever you like02:49
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squidlyhello? Im trying to setup ubunto to install with a software raid but the installer will not let me02:49
Jack_Smirnoffxspike: no need to unpack it.. just drop the tar onto the theme manager02:49
sklav^Ocean^, did you modify anything?02:49
BlueEagleubotu: tell knoppix about repeat02:49
xspikeok and after can i delete tar file '02:49
KromiXHey guys, i'm new here, and I don't want to flood the main channel with crap but is there anyone I can private message to have a short convo about Ubunutu basics? I wanna switch from WindoZe but have a couple questions i didnt find in any FAQ's....02:49
en1gmafor the love of god can someone help me with this nvraid raid0 stripe02:49
xspike;)02:49
BlueEagleknoppix: :p02:49
synjet!patience>knoppix02:49
^Ocean^sklav, no02:49
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sklavxhost + is what will fix your issue02:49
en1gmai read this howto http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-2557.html02:50
Jack_Smirnoff!raid02:50
ubotuTips and tricks for RAID and LVM can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RaidConfigurationHowto and http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO02:50
grouchytimsays that ssh-openserver has been obsoleted or not available on this server02:50
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Tonrensethk: Well, I can't figure out how to configure it to never start anything, ever, unless it's in the startup thing02:50
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synjetgrouchytim: maybe you have enable your repos02:50
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sivikand now doing anything sudo gives me an error of "sudo: timestamp too far in the future: Sep 22 02:50:04 200602:50
sivik"02:50
__mikemI have a bit of a problem, for some reason, X refuses to start02:50
tritiumgrouchytim: use the proper package name02:50
grouchytimyeah i haven't done anything with those yet synjet02:50
sklavsivik, did you reboot?02:51
VPNi am trying to connect to msvpn at office i cannot help02:51
tritiumit's not ssh-openserver, grouchytim.  it's openssh-server02:51
sklavand make sure bios time is set to local time02:51
siviksklav: no, but last time i rebooted, it screwed up my time again02:51
sklavit might have been changed02:51
grouchytimsorry i typed it here02:51
tritium!openssh-server02:51
ubotuopenssh-server: Secure shell server, an rshd replacement. In component main, is optional. Version 1:4.2p1-7ubuntu3 (dapper), package size 200 kB, installed size 540 kB02:51
sklavsivik, this time you removed the UTC option02:51
grouchytimthat is on the desktop this is my laptop02:51
CodeBot!beeping02:51
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about beeping - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:51
CodeBot!cedega02:51
synjetgrouchytim: http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Dapper#SSH_Server02:51
ubotucedega is a project based on wine, aimed at running windows games on Linux. For more info, see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/Cedega02:51
siviksklav: i changed from yes to no02:51
tritiumgrouchytim: it's in main, dude.02:51
sklavso make sure bios is ok when you reboot and you shoulk be ok02:51
synjetgrouchytim: check your repos list with theirs02:51
sklavok now reboot02:51
sklavand check the bios again02:52
squidly!raid install02:52
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about raid install - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:52
grouthow can i find out which x windows version im running?02:52
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sklavi had the same issue a while back02:52
fluvvellgrouchytim, as I recommended before, sudo apt-get install ssh02:52
grouthow can i find out which x windows version im running?02:52
sklavgrout, xorg -V02:52
fluvvellthat covers the dependencies02:52
tritiumfluvvell: that simply depends on openssh-server02:52
groutthanks02:52
THX-1138Hi grouchytim02:52
squidlyanyone know how to install ubunto on a software raid system?02:52
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THX-1138!raid02:52
ubotuTips and tricks for RAID and LVM can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RaidConfigurationHowto and http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO02:52
THX-1138Did that help?02:53
grouchytimfluvvell i tried that very line you typed and it said that it either no longer had the package or it was obsolete or i had to get it somewhere else02:53
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squidlylet me look that up.02:53
CrippsFXI'm running Ubuntu 64 bit edition ... and I installed the Linuxant driverloader ... unfortunately, I'm having the same problem with it as I have with ndiswrapper, they alias my wireless card to wlan0 and when I do "ifconfig wlan0 up" I get the error:"wlan0: ERROR while getting interface flags: No such device" ... I have ensured that the module is loaded and that bcm43xx is not loaded. Any ideas?02:53
VPNcan i force my internet use one interface vs other?02:53
tritiumgrouchytim: your /etc/apt/sources.list must be messed up.  Please put it on pastebin02:53
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fluvvellgrouchytim, sudo apt-get update02:53
groutxorg -V02:53
grouchytimahhh02:54
groutoops02:54
CrippsFX(in my network gui, I still get that "eth1" (also my wireless card) is there ... but no wlan002:54
grouchytimthat i haven't done02:54
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squidlyTHX-1138: not really02:54
grouchytimwait one02:54
sivikthat didn't fix it, and now it says the time is 7:52:44 am on fri sep 2202:54
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tritiumgrouchytim: I told you to do that!02:54
THX-1138Hi tritium02:54
groutsays xorg -V command not found02:54
fluvvellgrouchytim, can you paste your /etc/apt/sources.list on #flood ?02:54
tritiumhi THX-113802:54
Jack_SmirnoffCrippsFX: try eth002:54
tritiumfluvvell: I've already asked him to do that, as well as already told him to apt-get update02:54
CrippsFXJack_Smirnoff, eth0 is my ethernet adapter.02:54
grouchytimsorry fluvvell it's on a different computer02:54
sivikCrippsFX, what kind of card?02:54
sklavsivik, you changed the date and time in the bios?02:54
CrippsFXsivik, broadcom.02:55
siviksklav: it was correct02:55
sklavok02:55
Jack_SmirnoffCrippsFX: do you show two eth?02:55
grouchytimthere's no cross paste i know of02:55
tritiumgrouchytim: then how were you able to run a "sudo apt-get update"?02:55
sivikCrippsFX, 43?02:55
sivikCrippsFX, which one02:55
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fluvvellsorry tritium, was out02:55
grouchytimon the desktop02:55
tritiumno problem02:55
grouchytimi'm talkin on laptop02:55
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squidlyTHX-1138: I can make the arrray but the ubuntu installer wants to try to install it on a single drive not use an array02:55
grouchytimworkin on desktop02:55
sivikCrippsFX, are you using the wl_apsta.o firmware?02:55
CrippsFXJack_Smirnoff, in the Networking GUI it shows eth0 and eth1 (eth1 being my wireless under the native bcm43xx module ... which isn't working for me)02:55
tritiumgrouchytim: is your "g" key not working, grouchytim ?02:55
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grouchytimgood02:55
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grouchytimnow it's installed02:55
spuddoggdacc, are you here?02:56
grouchytimhad an old list in my repository i think02:56
groutwhat version of x windows is default for dapper?02:56
knoppixany ideas please02:56
CrippsFXsivik, I've tried, but even when using that firmware, and I do "iwlist eth1 scanning" I get no results (sitting right on top of my AP)02:56
sivikpm CrippsFX02:56
CrippsFXkk02:56
siviki know, which card02:56
tritiumgrouchytim: what were you doing wrong?02:56
sklavsivik, try running time-admin02:56
grouchytimhad to do that update02:56
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sklavnot sure if it works in ncurses02:57
grouchytimapt-get update02:57
tritiumgrouchytim: told you so.02:57
Jack_SmirnoffCrippsFX: I am really bad at wireless but I thought you had to wrap eth102:57
grouchytimthanx tritium02:57
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THX-1138squidly - Okay - afraid i don't know anything about raid - real good with ubotu aliases. sorry.02:57
tritiumgrouchytim: no, you didn't have bad repos in your sources.list, just needed the update02:57
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siviksklav: time-admin: command not found02:57
grouchytimnow i think i have that licked too02:57
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spuddoggDoes anyone know why when I use my wireless card that only works via ndiswrapper, the network works fine (except rfmon), but when I run my Atheros card, I cannot connect to my network as long as I have WEP enabled?  When I disable the wep it works fine.  Any ideas?  PLEASE HELP!02:57
spuddoggDoes anyone know why when I use my wireless card that only works via ndiswrapper, the network works fine (except rfmon), but when I run my Atheros card, I cannot connect to my network as long as I have WEP enabled?  When I disable the wep it works fine.  Any ideas?  PLEASE HELP!02:57
tcoffinack, I started a wget that is failing...how do I stop it?02:57
grouchytimlet me try it out and see if i'ts all good now02:57
sivikspuddogg, which card?02:57
AbortDCrippsFX, whats the problem?02:57
KromiXDoes any1 here use Cedega?02:57
sklavsivik, this box does it have a graphical environment?02:57
tritiumdon't repeat, spuddogg02:58
tcoffinctrl - c is not working...02:58
spuddoggtritium, sorry, i did not see the entire thing on my screen the first time02:58
siviksklav: yes, but not kde nor gnome02:58
grouchytimsweet02:58
grouchytimssh works now too02:58
sklavsivik, what do you have by the way?02:58
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grouchytimyou guys are a wealth of knowledge02:58
sivikAbortD, its a bug in the firmware for his hardware02:58
CrippsFXAbortD, basically ndiswrapper (and the Linuxant driver loader) aliases my wireless card to wlan0, but I can't bring the interfACE up02:58
siviksklav: enlightenment02:58
synjetgrouchytim: just try to reciprocate back ;)02:58
spuddoggsivik, its a linksys card that works via ndiswrapper, but an orinoco gold that im having probs with02:58
KromiXAs far as Cedega goes, does it allow you to play games on linux like WOW and does just that, or does it play it flawlessly and as good as windows? Cause I really don't want to switch to a linux distro if i'm going to hinder my gaming experience....02:58
AbortDwhat hardware are you using?02:59
grouchytimas soon as i'm smart enough to actually help someone else i surely will02:59
sivikKromiX, i have friends that say WoW plays better with wine rather than cedega02:59
Samuli^KromiX, well you ARE going to hinder your gaming if you switch completely02:59
grouchytimand no my "G" key works fine...i just drag my huge fingers sometime02:59
Jack_SmirnoffKromiX: Best to stay with your Wintendo box02:59
sklavsivik, try tzconfig02:59
Samuli^KromiX, of course you can have both.02:59
squidlyahh here we go02:59
spuddogggrouchytim, i heard that!  i feel the same way.  im dying to help people, but i cant, lol02:59
sklavits command line but it will work02:59
squidlyTHX-1138: http://www.ubuntu-in.org/wiki/SATA_RAID_Howto that is what I was looking for03:00
AbortDCrippsFX, what hardware?03:00
siviksklav: it still says i'm in US/Central03:00
_tom_wow works with cedega iirc, but if you really want to be able to play all games, you should keep windows, or at least setup dualboot KromiX03:00
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sivikAbortD: its broadcom 431803:00
Jack_SmirnoffKromiX: Dual booting works fine for me.03:00
sklavwhat time zone are you in?03:00
Wikkedfin^gunzip: tcl8.4.13-src.tar.gz: not in gzip format , gunzip dont work tar -x dont work what am i doing wrong03:00
AbortDoh03:00
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AbortDhave fun with that03:00
CrippsFXAbortD, broadcom bcm431803:00
grouchytimi just took over as the lan administrator at work and i feel real stupid sometimes then i get to come home and feel even dumber03:00
sivikWikkedfin^, try tar xvfj03:00
sivikWikkedfin^, try tar xvfz03:00
KromiXjack_smirnoff: i don't think i wanna duel box, i guess i can03:00
spuddoggsivik, any ideas bro?03:00
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AbortDwhat is it just not connecting to the net?03:00
orbinWikkedfin^: tar.gz indicates a gzipped tarball03:00
sivikWikkedfin^, tar xvfz for tar.gz03:01
grouchytimthanx _tom_ for your help too. i appreciate it03:01
Jack_SmirnoffKromiX: It actually works VERY well03:01
KromiXJack_Smirnoff: why's that03:01
CrippsFXAbortD, it's not just not connecting to the net ... it's not even bringing up the interface (using ndiswrapper)03:01
THX-1138squidly - http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/linux/library/l-lvm/    http://www.redhat.com/archives/linux-lvm/2006-February/msg00031.html  - :-S03:01
sklavsivik when you type date paste the return answer here03:01
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KromiXJack_Smirnoff: to be honest i wasn't even aware you can dual boot linux/windows ;P03:01
sklavexample i have Thu Sep 21 21:01:02 EDT 200603:01
grouchytimok so lets try one more thing here03:01
jUggERNAUt1980CrippsFX:  do you have netmanager?03:01
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grouthow can i find out if i have x.org or xfree86?03:01
Milchmanncan sombody tell me a virusscanner which i can use to scan windows systems via network from ubuntu?03:01
jUggERNAUt1980are you on a compaq with the broadcomm chipset?03:01
CrippsFXjUggERNAUt1980, the networking GUI?03:02
sivikjUggERNAUt1980, no he isn't03:02
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Jack_SmirnoffKromiX: THis isnt the place for this discussion, lets just say you can have your cake and eat it too.. You can have both03:02
grouchytimlets get me onto irc using ubuntu now03:02
tritiumgrouchytim: don't feel that way.  This is the kind of thing that can only be learned from experience.  It's not a measure of intelligence.03:02
sivikCrippsFX is03:02
jUggERNAUt1980yup!03:02
AbortDCrippsFX, did you activate ra0?03:02
grouchytimand no you don't wanna know what i'm using right now03:02
bobbyyuI have a problem with Java with Kubuntu: It says "The local variable XXX is not read"03:02
CrippsFXAbortD, ra0? I'll give it a shot03:02
spuddoggDoes anyone know why when I use my wireless card that only works via ndiswrapper, the network works fine (except rfmon), but when I run my Atheros card, I cannot connect to my network as long as I have WEP enabled?  When I disable the wep it works fine.  Any ideas?  PLEASE HELP!03:02
lupine_85grout: if you're using Ubuntu, you'r using x.org03:02
jUggERNAUt1980that worked for me with my broadomm wifi, although i'm on a compaq lappy with this one.03:02
tritium!repeat > spuddogg03:02
sklavsivik, paste the return of the date command03:02
THX-1138squidly - lvcreate looks ilike an interesting way to create a system wide backup.03:02
CrippsFXAbortD, no such device03:02
willys_fueguinosomeone installed battlefield 2 with cedega??03:02
Jack_SmirnoffMilchmann: try the ultimate boot cd... livecd with antivirus for xp03:02
sivikjUggERNAUt1980, did you use ndiswrapper or the broadcom drivers?03:02
jUggERNAUt1980only problem i had with it is it wouldn't connect to a network with low low signal strangth like it does in windows03:02
lupine_85spuddogg: have you set up the wep key correctly? ;)03:02
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bobbyyuI have a problem with Java with Kubuntu: It says "The local variable XXX is not read"03:03
Jack_SmirnoffMilchmann: sorry. you have to google it I am not on my normal pc03:03
jUggERNAUt1980i used ndiswrapper.03:03
sivikpm sklav03:03
_tom_you`re welcome grouchytim , im just glad i could help a little bit, since i didnt know that you just had to edit the /etc/network/interfaces config file ;) After all, I`m just a experienced noob :D03:03
Wikkedfin^uservu@Ubuntu-Server:~$  tar -xvfz tcl8.4.13-src.tar.gz03:03
Wikkedfin^tar: z: Cannot open: No such file or directory03:03
Wikkedfin^tar: Error is not recoverable: exiting now03:03
grouchytimwhat do i use for IRC?03:03
AbortDCrippsFX, system>administration>network settings> then click wireless connection and activate?03:03
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CrippsFXjUggERNAUt1980, yeah, I'm on a presario v2750 ...03:03
spuddogglupine_85, well it works fine with one card but not the other...i would assume yes03:03
Milchmanni want to scan another computer via ethernet from my ubuntu system03:03
Wikkedfin^this file is in there!03:03
jUggERNAUt1980snagged the broadcomm drivers off the cd that came with the lappy03:03
sivikWikkedfin^, no -03:03
THX-1138tritium - Have you seen "xdestopwaves"?  - great fun.03:03
Milchmannnot booting with a cd03:03
sivikWikkedfin^, just sudo tar xvfz filename.tar.gz03:03
spuddoggtritium, i didnt know that was considered repeating "quickly"03:03
tritiumTHX-1138: nope03:03
Wikkedfin^ah03:03
bobbyyuI have a problem with Java with Kubuntu: It says "The local variable XXX is not read"03:03
tritiumspuddogg: okay.  Try to wait 5 minutes or so.03:03
sivikWikkedfin^, you don't ever need the - anymore03:03
CrippsFXAbortD, done it. won't work. the one in there is aliased to the native broadcom which has bugs with the 4318 firmware ...03:03
spuddoggtritium, no prob man....03:04
willys_fueguinosomeone installed battlefield 2 with cedega??03:04
lupine_85or the z/j :)03:04
KromiXJack_Smirnoff: check your PM03:04
tritiumspuddogg: :)03:04
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tritiumspuddogg: you're sure you've configured WEP properly?03:04
AbortDwhy not upgrade the firmware?03:04
_tom_im using xchat here grouchytim , but there are many clients you could use03:04
Wikkedfin^uservu@Ubuntu-Server:~$ sudo tar xvfz tcl8.4.13-src.tar.gz03:04
Wikkedfin^gzip: stdin: not in gzip format03:04
Wikkedfin^tar: Child returned status 103:04
Wikkedfin^tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors03:04
AbortDor downgrade if it has bugs03:04
CrippsFXAbortD, because it's not fixed yet03:04
tritiumWikkedfin^: stop pasting that please03:04
Wikkedfin^sorry03:04
grouchytimxchat huh03:04
grouchytim?03:04
AbortDcan't you downgrade?03:04
Jack_SmirnoffNo pm this nick isnt reg'd03:04
CrippsFXAbortD, and the old ones don't work either. I've tried.03:04
VPNok03:04
amorfowillys_fueguino, don't bother with cedega, trust me it's not worth the trouble and you get crap performance03:04
AbortDoh03:04
spuddoggtritium, again, everything works fine with one card, so i can only imagine all settings are correct...maybe a driver problem?03:04
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AbortDyou = fucked03:04
_tom_yup, sudo aptitude install xchat03:04
tritium!language > AbortD03:05
CrippsFXAbortD, yeah ... but I need to be !f(screwed)03:05
willys_fueguinoamorfo, then how should I play this game in ubuntu??03:05
tritiumspuddogg: perhaps.  So you're saying WEP works with the other card?03:05
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_tom_its an irc client, you just asked about it ;D03:05
spuddoggtritium, yes03:05
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tritiumspuddogg: where are your WEP settings kept?  In /etc/network/interfaces?03:05
spuddoggtritium, do i need to run madwifi drivers?03:05
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spuddoggtritium, i never checked that...i configured with the GUI03:06
amorfowillys_fueguino,  I was exactly like you, I wanted to do everything in ubuntu but unfortunately few good games are made for linux03:06
CrippsFXjUggERNAUt1980, so ... how did ndiswrApper alias your broadcom card?03:06
KromiXhey is there any1 here i can bother with noob linux questions? i have like 5 noob questions i have before i make the switch to running a linux distro ( probably ubuntu )...03:06
KromiXPM of course03:06
tritiumspuddogg: I use an atheros card on my Thinkpad successfully03:06
spuddoggtritium, /etc/network/interfaces is not a directory03:06
SpacePuppyask them in chan KromiX03:06
synjetKromiX, ask here03:06
tritiumspuddogg: right, it's a file03:06
willys_fueguinoamorfo, what are you saying? that I should go back to windows to play it??03:06
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KromiXoh ok i didn't think here is the appropriate place ;P03:06
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grouchytimyeah i got ya but i did that command and it came up with packages kept back03:07
lostboyzhi i just installed the xubuntu and my dimensions are really larg03:07
amorfowillys_fueguino, thats the only thing windows is good for.. and that because devs don't release builds for linux03:07
jUggERNAUt1980CrippsFX:  it was instantaneous!  there were two different drivers on my cd, and i picked randomly.  it was kinda hit and miss.03:07
CrippsFXKromiX, for future reference, you don't need to ask to ask ... you can just ask ;)03:07
KromiXlol03:07
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lostboyzhow do i change the dimensions03:07
tritiumspuddogg: "man wireless" for info on how it can be used to configure wireless parameters03:07
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tritiumspuddogg: which GUI did you use?03:07
CrippsFXjUggERNAUt1980, lol. what does ifconfig say about your wireless card?03:07
synjetlostboyz: screen resolution you mean?03:08
lostboyzi have a dell lcd monitor03:08
lostboyzno03:08
lostboyzthe dimensions03:08
jUggERNAUt1980crap!  i'm in windows right now!03:08
lostboyzlike 640 x48003:08
jUggERNAUt1980:P03:08
CrippsFXjUggERNAUt1980, darn!03:08
grouchytimlol03:08
spuddoggtritium, i just added the line wireless-key <key> into /etc/network/interfaces.  im going to try my other card now03:08
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spuddoggtritium, brb man03:08
jUggERNAUt1980you see, i don't "pay" for my inet access, so sometimes i can't get connected in ubuntu over wifi.03:08
grouchytimjUggERNAUt1980      aghhh we suck again! lol03:08
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grouchytimme too03:09
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_tom_jUggERNAUt1980, klick on..., then on...., then you click there... ;D03:09
synjetlostboyz: system->preference->screen resolution03:09
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grouchytimlol03:09
grouchytimneed help with windows i'm your guy ..... i know i suck03:09
lostboyzthere are no pref i am using xubuntu03:09
tritiumspuddogg: okay03:09
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^Ocean^sklav, you ever enconter compiz: GLX_EXT_texture_from_pixmap is missing03:09
jUggERNAUt1980yay for free interLiNk!03:09
synjetlostboyz: try #xubuntu03:09
sklav^Ocean^, install cgwd-themes03:10
sklav;)03:10
jUggERNAUt1980hahaha, poo on windows.03:10
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grouchytimlol03:10
jUggERNAUt1980it's all just too easy there.03:10
grouchytimtrue03:10
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kruncherwhy does apt-get hold back packages03:10
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tritiumkruncher: when a dist-upgrade is required to pull in new package, for example03:10
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SlynderdaleAlright, a question to those expieranced with creating a dual boot of Linux and Windows and creating a partition on ane xisting NTFS Windows XP hard drive. Waht do you think is the easiest and less probematic way to go about this without risking data loss or corruption?03:11
Tokenbadanyone know how to use crontab or whatever its called?03:11
lostboyzi have a question03:11
lostboyzhow do change the dimensions in xubuntu03:11
jUggERNAUt1980back up your files and get rid of windows.03:11
krunchertritium: thanks, also why did the new flashplugin-nonfree error out while installing?03:11
sethkSlynderdale, there is no way to resize partitions without risk03:11
sethkSlynderdale, you must have a backup03:12
grouchytimyou have windows and you don't want data loss or corruption?03:12
KromiXhere comes my Noob questions :) sorry guys tryin 2 make the switch lol03:12
synjetSlynderdale: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=5672303:12
sethkSlynderdale, you can ask 1000 times, and the answer will still be the same03:12
KromiXWindoze-Noob questions: 1) Will it affect my network in any way? I'm on a small home network of 4 PC's through a standard Linksys Router. 2) This "wine" can it run ANYTHING from windows without a problem? And should I know anything about it regarding windows stuff? 3) Is gaming hindered since its "made for windows" and there is a program in the middle like Wine or Cedega forcing it to run? 4) whats the best website for assistance03:12
tritiumkruncher: I've only recently heard about that.  Not sure, perhaps a change upstream.  I think it's being addressed presently.03:12
synjetSlynderdale: but those contain the general disclaimers, dont sue me ;)03:12
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sethkKromiX, no, it definitely cannot run anything from windows without any problems03:12
krunchertritium: thanks again, ill just wait and see what happons then03:12
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SpacePuppyKromiX, 1) no. 2) no, most things. 3) depends on the game 4) idunno03:12
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czer323KromiX> It really depends on the applications you want to use.  It's not perfect, but I know they've done a great job making it work with things like Office.03:13
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spuddogg_tritium !!!!03:13
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tritiumhey spuddogg_03:13
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spuddogg_tritium, thanks so much man...its working great now03:13
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tritiumrockin, spuddogg_ :)03:13
synjetKrimiX: for free support: you have ubuntuforums.org or IRC, and ubuntuguide.org for help.. for customized help, there is paid support from canonical/ubnutu03:13
Barry_Hello, all. I have the hedgehog and want to upgrade to the drake. What do I need to do?03:13
spuddogg_tritium, you mind if i repeat that? lol :)03:13
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KromiXWell I would just use OpenOffice cause it saves in formats for windows office, if i need to turn something in at or school...03:14
Slynderdalesethk: I figured as much, basicly the question was, which way would be the easiest with the least chance of user error screwing things up basicly. The reason why I have been asking, well, I have no simple way to backup my files :/03:14
tritiumspuddogg_: heh ;)03:14
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rredd4are the updates being tested before they are released to the public?03:14
crimsunrredd4: yes03:14
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rredd4ok tu03:14
rredd4ty03:14
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synjetrredd4: ofcourse, free does not equate to unprofessionalism ;)03:14
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sklavSivik, anything?03:14
Siviksklav: i'm on the laptop now03:15
KromiXDamn thats the only part I'm worried about switching over, is gaming cause I play a game or two every once in a while, I didn't want to hinder game-play :P.... So which should I start with (distro?). I was looking at Kubuntu? or should I just start with regular Ubuntu?03:15
Siviknow my time in bios is all fubared03:15
rredd4synjet  after the x update, i guess i am a bit gun shy03:15
tritiumKromiX: do you have a desktop preference?03:15
Siviksklav: i'm now fixing it03:15
sklavSivik, make sure it set properly03:15
sklavand then check this out03:15
synjetrredd4: some glitches do slip in, but see the response time.. that was lightning :)03:15
sklavhttp://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/system-administrator/ch-sysadmin-time.html03:15
KromiXwell in terms of look i liked kubuntu, which is why i'm leaning towards it, unless theres something i should know about it, or if ubuntu is a better 'starter' linux-distro...03:16
orbinBarry_: you'll have to go to breezy, then to dapper. or just clean-install dapper  IIRC03:16
Siviksklav, yeah, no joke03:16
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orbinhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/DapperUpgrades03:16
sklavSivik, it says how to fix timezone on commandline03:16
KromiXis the difference just appearance?03:16
Barry_orbin: I thought you could skip two releases.03:16
orbinBarry_: that site says otherwise03:16
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Siviksklav: now its correct03:16
rredd4synjet  i did not notice the x update until it was already fixed.  I feel lucky!03:16
sklavcool03:17
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thenetduckwould somone be able to help me get my icons themes set up in Xubuntu ??03:17
synjetrredd4: :)03:17
zenmonkKromix: they are the same thing, they just look differant03:17
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Barry_orbin: Well. That's unfortunate. But, I guess if that's what it takes...03:17
bobbyyuWhere do I go to find help on Java?03:17
synjetthenetduck: try #xubuntu03:17
thenetduck:) thanks03:17
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thenetduck#xubuntu03:17
Siviksklav: what says it?03:17
thenetduckdoh03:18
stealghi how can i connect to internet with my wireless card03:18
tritium!wifi03:18
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs03:18
zenmonkKromix: you could get ubuntu, then change to the kde look of kubuntu or vice versa at any time03:18
p00ntanghow do i get on the internets on Ubuntu03:18
sklav?03:18
aconley1can someone tell me how to get an ISA soundblaster 16 card working?03:18
Sivikstealg, what hareware?03:18
sklavthe url i posted03:18
sklavhttp://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/system-administrator/ch-sysadmin-time.html03:18
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Siviksklav, yeah, i just missed it03:18
sklavah ok03:18
stealgall the module its ok only i need to know how its the command shell for conect ;)03:18
orbinbobbyyu: installing?03:19
KromiXZenmonk: Oh I can just install regular Ubuntu and then install some kind of kubuntu appearance package or do you mean install kubuntu later03:19
zenmonkp00ntang: it is often autoconfigured, unless is wireless03:19
stealgsivik03:19
sklavi need a coffey03:19
synjetp00ntang: could you be more descriptive03:19
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Siviksteal: yes03:19
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Sivikstealg, what wireless card?03:19
zenmonkKromix: the kubuntu appearance is called KDE, and can be added at any time03:19
stealgonly i need the command line to conect in shell03:19
juank1I just installed ubuntu, my sound is not working, where can I go to change the driver? I am a windows user trying to move to linux, please be patient03:19
crimsunjuank1: which sound card?03:19
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Sivikstealg, thats fine, its probably ifconfig eth1 (wlan0) up03:19
zenmonkKromix: its a matter of personal preferance, but as far as the operating system is concerned, they are identical03:20
TheManiacKYIs there a console program I can run to login to a msn messenger session?03:20
stealgSivik, ip210003:20
synjet!sound>juank103:20
Sivikstealg, not sure03:20
KromiXGotcha03:20
stealgok Sivik03:20
tony32269Does anyone know how to fix the resolution for the log-in screen?03:20
juank1this is an intel 82801DB03:20
p00ntanghow do i get on the internets on Ubuntu03:20
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BrendonHi all, i'm trying to run csm (compiz settings manager?) and it says "** ERROR **: couldn't get dbus", is there a package i need to install that i do not have? I've installed all the dbus packages thru apt-get, thanks in advance.03:20
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grouchytimok i'm trying to install xchat but it keeps holding back packages03:21
CanuckyCreate custom clipart & funny ecards on http://www.txt2pic.com ;)03:21
Siviksklav, thanks03:21
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crimsunjuank1: pastebin the output from: lspci -nv && cat /proc/asound/cards /proc/interrupts03:21
grouchytimany help on this one?03:21
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zenmonkKromix: you could get kubuntu, then change to ubuntu look if you wanted too03:21
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lostboyzi have /dev/sda1 extra space /dev/sda2 old home part /dev/sda3 new home and xubuntu and /dev/sda4 swap how do i make /dev/sda2 the home folder and bypass the new home folder?03:21
synjetgrouchytim: apt-get -f install03:21
grouchytimthanx03:21
TheManiacKYIs there a console program I can run to login to a msn messenger session?03:21
ladydoorTheManiacKY: get bitlbee03:21
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SivikTheManiacKY, did you try googling it?03:21
TheManiacKYladydoor thanks03:21
ladydoorTheManiacKY: you can use it from within an irc client03:21
zenmonkKromix: some people consider KDE more user friendly for new windows users03:22
BirdI need help on partitioning my drives03:22
stealgSivik, so stealg@stealg-laptop:~/Desktop/ndiswrapper-1.23$ sudo ifconfig eth1 wlan0 up03:22
stealgwlan0: Host desconocido03:22
stealgifconfig: `--help' gives usage information.03:22
ladydoorTheManiacKY: (in fact, that's the only way to use it)03:22
Sivikzenmonk, i would have to agree with you there03:22
Birdwhat commands do I use to Partion Drives?03:22
TheManiacKYladydoor Like with BitchX03:22
TheManiacKY?03:22
Sivikstealg, one of the other, not both03:22
grouchytimsays couldn't find package xchat03:22
stealgok Sivik03:22
Sivikstealg, it depends on where you is done03:22
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roubenBird: try fdisk or cfdisk03:22
zenmonkbut I am still a gnome fan myself :)03:22
sklavgrouchytim, make sure you have universe enabled03:22
ladydoorTheManiacKY: yeah. i use it in irssi, personally, but that's just personal preference :-)03:22
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synjet!partition>Bird03:22
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BirdThank your rouben03:22
roubenBird: yer welcome! :)03:23
grouchytimwhere do i check universe03:23
i_am_the_pwnhey, i'm running dapper on a rather long-in-tooth machine (mobile p3 @1.2 ghz w/256mb ram) and was wondering where i could go within GNOME to kill some apps and otherwise streamline my system03:23
ladydoor!bitlbee03:23
ubotubitlbee: An IRC to other chat networks gateway. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.0.1-1 (dapper), package size 291 kB, installed size 756 kB03:23
juank1crimsun: I'll go do that, thanks03:23
ladydoorgrouchytim: yup03:23
ladydoorgrouchytim: wait, sorry03:23
ladydoor!xchat03:23
ubotuxchat: IRC client for X similar to AmIRC. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.6.1-0ubuntu2 (dapper), package size 254 kB, installed size 720 kB03:23
i_am_the_pwni found a 'services' tab in system, but it was of limited use03:23
ladydoorgrouchytim: yup03:23
ArrenLex!kde03:23
ubotuKDE (http://kde.org) is the K Desktop Environment. To install from Ubuntu: sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop, or see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallingKDE for other ways to get KDE03:23
synjetgrouchytim: you updated your repos and still error?03:23
ArrenLexHehe.03:23
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roubeni_am_the_pwn: what exactly are you trying to kill? you mean unneeded services/background processes?03:24
grouchytimdidn't update repos but did that update from before03:24
rredd4when I go to watch a video online (with firefox), how can I watch it in fullscreen.  When I right click, I do not see full screen option.03:24
grouchytimor was that the repo update03:24
Sivikhas anyone been having problems with the flashplugin-nonfree03:24
crimsunSivik: what sort of problems?03:25
synjetgrouchytim: you updated the packages.. for getting more applis, you might have to enable some sources.. check yours agains the one at ubuntuguide.org03:25
BirdI am on the administrator account and I cant get into root when i type in Su in the terminal what am i doing wrong?03:25
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i_am_the_pwnrouben:  basically, yes.  i haven't any trouble with my desktop, but my laptop lags quite a bit under normal loads03:25
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synjetBird: it is "su"03:25
grouchytimok thanx03:25
Birdyes i type in su03:25
ladydoorBird: also, perhaps instead try sudo -i03:25
synjetBird: it is "sudo -i"03:25
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roubeni_am_the_pwn: have you tried running top (or htop) or a GUI equivalent thereof? Usually Linux is pretty good at not wasting CPU cycles with sleeping processes03:26
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Sivikcrimsun: usage: dpkg: error processing flashplugon-nonfree (--configure): subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 103:26
BirdThank your sudo -i worked03:26
roubeni_am_the_pwn: chances are the lag is due to a slow video card03:26
BirdI was using the knoppix way.03:26
ladydoorBird: to use su you need to set the root password...but try sudo -i instead03:26
domibelsivik, i had the same error03:26
roubeni_am_the_pwn: or non-hardware accellerated video drivers :)03:26
CanuckyMake free images & funny ecards on http://www.txt2pic.com ;)03:26
orbini_am_the_pwn: more RAM couldn't hurt either03:26
i_am_the_pwnrouben: damn this gma830 all to hell03:26
crimsunSivik: that's due to an overzealous backport requester. I worked around it already. Just update && upgrade.03:26
synjetBird: and I was telling it the same way :) su is disabled for ubuntu03:26
Sivikcrimsun;  apt-get update && upgrade?03:27
roubeni_am_the_pwn: ?03:27
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crimsunSivik: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade03:27
CodeBot!ati03:27
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:27
BirdWhat command can I use to make a new partition?03:27
Sivikok03:27
orbinCanucky: stop it03:27
TheManiacKYexit03:27
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Canuckybut its fun03:27
FalcongrinderI re-installed ark and unrar-free and I still get this. The utility unrar is not in your PATH.03:28
FalcongrinderPlease install it or contact your system administrator.03:28
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Sivikcrimsun, that gave me the same error03:28
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zenmonkBird: I am not sure there is 1 for terminal, but gparted works well03:28
i_am_the_pwnrouben: haven't run top, or anything like that, but i can see how my antiquated gpu could be causing problems03:28
Birdthanks03:28
Falcongrinderanyone else have this problem?03:28
lostboyzhi how do i make my old home folder my new home folder? i am a suse transplant03:28
Flannellostboyz: just edit your fstab to mount your old one in plcae03:28
orbinit's spamming and it's offtopic03:28
lostboyzoh great thank you03:28
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synjetFalcongrinder: you could install, yet cant access due to non-admin probs?03:28
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lostboyzalso i was wondering why is not sound working?03:29
rredd4is there a way to see full screen vids using firefox?03:29
lostboyzi try to play a mp3 but it doesn't star03:29
lostboyzi am using xubuntu03:29
Falcongrinderi installed thru the synaptic package manager03:29
roubeni_am_the_pwn: hehe, i see. Unfortunately X is quite sensitive to slow GPUs, in part due to its inefficient design and in part due to 99% of all drivers for X being software03:29
synjetrredd4: mplayer or flash?03:29
BirdIs their anyway I can get a friends I.P. address from a email they send me?03:29
ladydoorlostboyz: is your old home dir on a separate partition03:29
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lostboyzyes03:29
lostboyzit is ladydoor03:29
zenmonklostboyz: did u download codecs for mp3?03:29
rredd4synjet mplayer  (online vids)03:29
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SivikBird: yes03:29
lostboyzoh no03:29
lostboyzhow do i do that03:29
BirdSivik03:30
Flannel!tell lostboyz about mp303:30
SivikBird: its rather difficult though03:30
lostboyzsorry i thought it was in already03:30
BirdHow would I do it?03:30
ladydoorlostboyz: you need to adding it to the fstab, probably03:30
synjetrredd4: right click, and say full-screen03:30
ladydoorlostboyz: *add it, rather03:30
i_am_the_pwnrouben: well, that explains much. just ran top and everything seems to be fine (averaging about 12 percent cpu load)03:30
synjetrredd4: firefox-mplayer plugin allows me that03:30
BirdSivik: How would I go about doing it?03:30
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Sivikhas anyone been having problems with the flashplugin-nonfree03:30
rredd4synjet using the mozilla plug in   do not see full screen...03:30
SivikBird: google it03:30
zenmonklostboyz: see this page http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Dapper03:30
BirdSivik: I have.03:31
MouseHow are you doing?03:31
Flannellostboyz: ubotu sent you a link, read it ;)  no need to use ubuntuguide03:31
rredd4synjet  i am using the firefox mozilla plugin03:31
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roubeni_am_the_pwn: just to illustrate, when i was running the nv driver on my box with an nVidia Gefore4, my memory usage was around 500megs. When I switched to the binary driver, the memory usage almost went down 50%03:31
synjetrredd4: no idea whats wrong with your setup, it works for me :)03:31
SivikBird: i know there is a way to do it, but i'm not sure how03:31
SivikBird: i don't do much hacking03:31
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roubenmy guess is the nv driver used regular system ram instead of video ram! :(03:31
lostboyzyes i was also curious i tried both ubuntu and xubuntu but my res is still like 640x 480 i am using 19 in monitor dell lcd and there are no options to change it can i copy my old suse xorg.conf and rewrite it in the X11 folder?03:31
i_am_the_pwnrouben: wow.03:31
rredd4synjet ok, maybe i will reinstall03:31
BirdSivik: Its not hacking but thanks anyways.03:31
crimsunSivik: apt-cache policy flashplugin-nonfree |grep Candidate03:31
Falcongrinderanyone? ark?03:31
roubenso yeah, drivers make a big diff03:31
alex222hey where can i get this? Make sure you have the Gecko SDK installed.??03:31
synjetrredd4: no no.. I didnt mean that03:31
roubenespecially if you run something heavyweight, like KDE or gnome03:32
roubeni_am_the_pwn: have you considered xfce? might be just what your laptop needs :)03:32
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Sivikcrimsun: ok03:32
roubeni_am_the_pwn: apt-get install xubuntu-desktop, I believe03:32
kitcheBird: cfdisk, fdisk if you wanted a partitioner still03:32
i_am_the_pwnrouben: consider it considered, my friend03:32
crimsunSivik: meaning, tell me the output03:32
twysted`hey guys can someone help me with a routing issue with multipul providers?03:32
rredd4synjet how can i check my setup then?03:32
Flannel!tell lostboyz about fixres03:32
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Sivikcrimsun: 7.8.68~ubuntu1~dapper103:32
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Sivikcrimsun, i figured as such03:32
roubeni_am_the_pwn: well, give it a spin. if you want a preview, check the ubuntu website03:32
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orbinlostboyz: yes, or you could follow this: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto03:33
orbinbah, too late :-/03:33
i_am_the_pwnrouben:thank you much03:33
synjetrredd4: tried this? http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Dapper#How_to_install_Multimedia_Player_.28Mplayer.29_with_plug-in_for_Mozilla_Firefox03:33
i_am_the_pwnrouben: auf Wiedersehen03:33
rredd4ok03:33
lostboyzthank you Flannel03:33
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Sivikcrimsun, what should i try to fix that03:33
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crimsunSivik: that's the old package.03:34
crimsunSivik: your mirror hasn't synced yet03:34
Sivikok03:34
sklavanybody know of a good web developement IDE in Ubuntu?03:34
lupine_85kate? :p03:35
lupine_85or gedit?03:35
Flannelsklav: any text editor ;)03:35
Sivikcrimsun, ok, then what do i need to try to do, get a different mirror?03:35
sklavhehe03:35
sklavthat i know03:35
sklavbut im getting lazy with age03:35
lupine_85nVu for html, I suppose03:35
lupine_85!nvu03:35
ubotunvu: Complete Web Authoring System. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.0-0ubuntu4 (dapper), package size 8343 kB, installed size 26440 kB03:35
sklavi use vim usually03:35
Flannelsklav: nvu is a WYSIWYG03:35
synjetsklav: tried nvu?03:35
CodeBotme ftw03:35
CodeBot!ftw03:35
sklavnope but i will03:35
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ftw - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:35
lupine_85snap, crackle...03:35
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crimsunSivik: sure03:35
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Sivikcrimsun, could you give me a mirror that would have a good version of it?03:36
lostboyzis it ok to copy and paste the suse xorg.conf file or would that cause inconsistencies?03:36
BlueEagle!info gnomemeeting03:36
ubotuPackage gnomemeeting does not exist in any distro I know03:36
Flannel!ekiga03:36
ubotuekiga: Free Your Speech. In component main, is optional. Version 2.0.1-0ubuntu6 (dapper), package size 3572 kB, installed size 12188 kB03:36
synjet!gnomemeeting>BlueEagle03:36
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about gnomemeeting - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:36
ladydoor!paste03:37
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)03:37
ladydoorlostboyz: ^03:37
lostboyzi dunno what ^ is sorry03:37
Flannelgnomemeeting has been renamed ekiga03:37
lostboyzladydoor03:37
ladydoorlostboyz: it means "look up"03:37
crimsunSivik: archive.ubuntu.com03:37
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synjetladydoor: he was asking if using suse xorg would cause probs, I think03:37
Sivikthats what it is already as03:37
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rredd4synjet it says      mozilla-mplayer is already the newest version03:37
spuddoggHas anyone ever seen an error like this?  Makefile.inc:124: *** Cannot determine kernel architecture, please check /lib/modules/2.6.15-27-386/build/.config.  Stop.03:37
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ladydoorsynjet: the actual question was about pasting a whole xorg.conf to the channel03:37
synjetrredd4: what does right-clicking on the video do?03:38
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synjetladydoor: oh, my bad03:38
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ladydoorsynjet: no worries03:38
spuddoggladydoor, nice to see you :)03:38
Sivikcrimsun, thats how my sources.list is already set03:38
ladydoorspuddogg: hello. you too03:38
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Sivikcrimsun, ok, i just got an E: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (11 esource temporarily unavailable)03:39
bruenigSivik, close synaptic or update manager if they are open03:39
Siviknvm, figured it out03:39
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Sivikstill doesn't fix the error with the flashplugin-nofree03:40
spuddoggladydoor, have you ever seen an error like this? Makefile.inc:124: *** Cannot determine kernel architecture, please check /lib/modules/2.6.15-27-386/build/.config.03:40
alex222hey can sombody help me??03:40
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alex222Type ln -s /usr/lib/mozilla/libxpcom.so /usr/lib03:40
alex222Restart Opera.03:40
ladydoorspuddogg: nope...i'm sorry03:40
alex222when i do that it says command not found03:40
alex222-s /usr/lib/mozilla/libxpcom.so /usr/lib03:40
spuddoggladydoor, ok, thanks anyway03:40
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jribalex222: opera says that?03:42
threadwow ok I've narrowed down my problem. When my partition table looks like this: http://threadbox.net/fdisk.txt windows pukes all over itself very early in boot: http://threadbox.net/bsodthx.jpg but when I delete the latter 3 of my 4 partitions, I find windows boots up just fine! (I've found that I can easily use testdisk to salvage my partition table.)03:42
alex222jrib, im trying to install a plugin03:42
knixtechcan anyone help me setup mysql?03:42
Flannel!tell knixtech about lamp03:42
alex222and that's the instructions03:42
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Flannelknixtech: that'll walk you through it ;) if you just want mysql, sans the php/apache etc stuff, just ignore the other bits ;)03:42
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knixtechFlannel, i have that installed, i cant create the root user03:43
synjetalex222: trying to get real songs working embedded?03:43
alex222no03:43
Flannelknixtech: that page covers it, or you having problems with those commands even?03:43
alex222http://www.opera.com/linux/docs/plugins/install/ - mplayer03:43
alex222synjet03:43
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knixtechFlannel, i didnt see the link03:43
bam_hi. Does anyone know why I cant get kdesu to work properly? all I get is an error with "kdesu: Don't need password!!" and a couple of other lines in it.03:43
Flannelknixtech: check your PM from ubotu03:43
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knixtecho03:44
kitcheknixtech: well there is a root user already for mysql I had to point many users to a root reset for mysql03:44
knixtechnice03:44
Sivikok, now i'm getting issues with mdadm03:44
jojoman02what is a good dvd ripping program to save to xvid/divx and mp3 (for audio)03:44
Samuli^how did you auth yourself on this network?03:44
CodeBot!ati03:44
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:44
CodeBotthx03:44
jribalex222: are you sure you typed the whole thing: ln -s /usr/lib/mozilla/libxpcom.so /usr/lib     ?03:44
SivikSamuli^, "/nickserv identify03:44
lostboyzi think i need to install the fglrx driver for xubuntu how do i do that?03:44
Sivikwithout the "03:44
Samuli^Sivik, thanks.03:44
SivikSamuli^, yw03:44
knixtechkitche, i was just following the directions that the ubuntu server guide had03:44
Samuli^sweet.03:45
knixtechi keep getting access denied03:45
synjetalex222: oh ok, got it to work with ff?03:45
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alex222uhh i dunno03:45
kitcheknixtech: well I know after they did a mysql root reset mysql started to work fine for them think the packager hs a root password already set for mysql03:45
alex222i dont use firefox03:45
alex222it's sucks in my opinion03:45
Sivikalex222, what do you use?03:45
knixtechkitche, ty03:45
alex222i like opera.. trying to get all the plugins working03:45
Sivikalex222, why don't you like firefox?03:46
synjetalex222: opera rocks, no doubt :)03:46
knixtechkitche, Flannel ty, i think i got it03:46
Sivikalex222, its 800 times better than Internet Exploder03:46
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ninjaktttyI've got a weird problem, anytime I try to use something with opengl, it only displays 1/2 of what its supposed to, can someone point me in the right direction of what to do?03:46
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synjetSivik: I doubt those stats, but opera is faster than FF (before we get offtopic) :)03:46
Siviknow i'm getting all kinds of errors when i run sudo apt-get upgrade or sudo apt-get -f install03:46
Siviksynjet: i know opera is faster than FF but their both better then IE03:47
Roger_The_BumI just installed vncserver and fogot the password03:47
Siviksynacktion, i was just making a point03:47
Roger_The_Bumany way I can reset the pw?03:47
alex222ahh did anyone get the divx plugin working with opera??03:47
_tom_dillo is better than firefox and opera ;D03:47
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Sivikwtf is dillo?03:48
kitcheRoger_The_Bum: check vncserver's config it should be in there03:48
synjet_tom_ lynx? :P03:48
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_tom_actually im using ff, opera, and dillo :)03:48
WoostaIs there any way to find out how a package was compiled? eg I need to know if spidermonkey was compiled with JS_THREADSAFE or not ..03:48
kitcheSivik: a light-weight browser that was made by w3c03:48
ninjaktttyI have a screenshot to show what I mean http://www.ninjakitty.net/yuri/bitbucket/video.png03:48
grouchytim_hey _tom_ i'm back03:48
_tom_a little browser synjet03:48
Sivikkitche, does it have tab ability03:48
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synjettom: make sure you dont typo when you use dillo ;)03:48
grouchytim_but i don't really have any issues any more03:48
grouchytim_i'm on xchat finally and i'ts nice03:48
CodeBot!butt secks03:48
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about butt secks - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:48
lostboyzwhat is a good firewall for ubuntu? i hear it doesn't come with one03:48
lostboyzand how do i update the system?03:48
CodeBotWHAT03:48
jrib!firewall03:48
ubotuUbuntu, like any other linux distribution, has firewall capabilities built-in. The firewall is managed with iptables (in the command line) or firestarter (gui, can also setup connection sharing)03:48
nbjaymehello, we have ubuntu and winXP workstations.  Any cross-platform backup solutions that anybody know of?03:48
_tom_nice to hear grouchytim03:48
kitcheSivik: maybe I know some pages won't load right due to how it works03:48
CodeBotHAHAHA03:48
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CodeBotHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAHAAHHA!!!!!!!!!!03:48
grouchytim_now i'll leave you alone03:48
synjetCodeBot: pllease dont abuse03:49
grouchytim_thanx for all the help though03:49
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jriblostboyz: when there are updates available and orange icon will show up in your notification area in the panel telling you about the upgrades.  You can then click on it and update your system.  (Or you can use synaptic)03:50
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jriblostboyz: s/and/an03:50
lostboyzoh thanks03:50
lostboyzs/ and /an what is that?03:50
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jriblostboyz: substitute "and" with "an"    because I made a typo03:50
lostboyzi am using xubuntu so it is different i found it thanks03:50
lostboyzoh03:50
lostboyzi see03:50
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lostboyzi think xubuntu is too new because there are only 60 users there and no one answer my questions03:51
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PoisonedVHello03:51
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lostboyzbut at least my system is flying :D03:51
jriblostboyz: help.ubuntu.com has a starter guide that should let you know how to do general things in xubuntu03:51
CodeBotlol03:51
lostboyzoh sweet thanks03:52
_tom_lostboyz, if youwant a firewall, try firestarter03:52
lostboyzthank03:52
lostboyzyou03:52
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mirfwhy?03:52
tritiumCodeBot: why?03:52
rastamani like ubuntu03:52
sklavCodeBot, that is almost offensive ;)03:53
rastamanfirst night trying it out03:53
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CodeBotI dunno I've only ever used ubuntu03:53
PoisonedVCan I have some help in ubuntu? I orded some of the free discs, booted, etc. and got to intalling it. On the screen where it said stuff like "erase whole hard drive", I clicked the first option and it had a slider. I definatly don't want to delete my whole harddrive, but I want to know what that one does.03:53
lostboyzwhat is a command line irc chat in ubuntu that is good03:53
lostboyzin case my X system crashes03:53
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lostboyzbecause i am gonna pimp it out to the linux gods now03:53
yangerwhen i am in a screen process, backspace does not work, how to adjust? TERM= ?03:53
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rastamanbitchx is a good cli irc client03:53
ladydoorlostboyz: irssi is good, a lot of people like bitchx03:53
lostboyzyeah but i search for bitchx03:53
lostboyzand it was not there03:53
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jrib!info bitchx03:54
ubotubitchx: Advanced Internet Relay Chat client. In component universe, is optional. Version 1:1.1-4 (dapper), package size 1467 kB, installed size 6476 kB03:54
Laptop765hey, somewhat new to linux here, tried out ubuntu on recommendation of a lot of people and love it lots [wiping my windows partition soon] 03:54
jribubotu: tell lostboyz about universe03:54
Laptop765anyone know how to disable the alt-left-click moving a window?03:54
troywhat username and password is cups asking for at localhost:631 --?03:54
kitchelostboyz: big B and big X03:54
pink1I installed Dapper on a MacBook Pro and now I can't hold Ctrl and right-click with it.  How do I right-click now?03:54
lostboyzoh thank you03:54
lostboyzhaha03:54
CodeBotsklav lol sorry03:54
kitchetroy: root password03:54
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motin_What's a good, stable/reliable, multi-threaded, smart ftp-client in the GNU/Linux world? I have been running kftpgrabber a while but it is far too buggy03:55
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troykitche: does that mean I have to create a root password to do this?03:55
coder___Is it possible to have CDs or a DVD holding packages and use Synaptic/apt to use it as an APT Repository?03:55
kitchetroy: it should accept the user username and password not sure if it will work but cups usually goes by root info03:55
_tom_hehe, i think in some distribution (SUSE maybe? ) bitchx was marked as potentially unsuitable, because of the cussword in it ;)03:55
coder___My friend has no internet connection on one of his PCs and wants to install Ubuntu on it.03:55
mirfI can only access one of my soundcards03:55
sklavCodeBot, ive tried them all and to be honest they are more or less the same but if you must try fedora cause most of the others are a bit of a let down03:55
ladydoortroy: you can use sudo, or if you want to be root you can do sudo -i, which emulates logging in as root03:55
lupine_85Yet SuSE carried the (unmodified) fortune?03:55
mirfonboard (primary) works but I cna't get anythign from my pci card03:55
sklavopenSuSe is ok but i find it slow03:55
CodeBotok sklav03:56
_tom_lupine_85, dunno, but it was funny :)03:56
sklavUbuntu is still your first thought and most likely memorable03:56
RagePrblmCan someone help me out with Flash Player for firefox03:56
kitcheladydoor: he's connecting to cups he wouldn't use sudo for that03:56
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mirfRagePrblm, I found I had to download and install manually03:56
jribRagePrblm: just installing it?03:56
dinanyone know where i can get a repo for mpd-svn?03:57
troyladydoor: cups stinks, it's a web based admin tool so no sudo :/03:57
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pink1Is there a way to add a shortcut to right clicking?  Like holding down Ctrl and left-clicking will be interpreted by Ubuntu as a right-click?03:57
RagePrblmI just installed it via the terminal with sudo, and the files did get installed into the /usr/lib/mozilla directory, but flash doesnt work in the firefox browser03:57
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ladydoorkitche: ok, so sudo elinks/w3m/links/lynx, go to the url03:57
ladydoor*shrug*03:57
sklavRagePrblm, type about:plugins in firefox03:57
RagePrblmok03:57
ladydoorkitche: anyway, i need to go to that whole "real life" thing. good luck!03:57
sklavsee if flash is listed03:57
RagePrblmIt says no plugins are installed....Grrr!03:58
jribRagePrblm: did you close all instances of firefox and then open it again?03:58
RagePrblmYes, I can try reinstalling03:58
kitcheladydoor: lol I m watching a show on discovery right now not really paying much attention to irc03:58
sklavRagePrblm, problem might be related to mozilla plugins directory03:58
CodeBotKubuntu live cd?03:58
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sklavim guessing it installed under mozilla/plugins03:58
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RagePrblmlet me check03:58
sklavyou might be missing a simlink03:58
CodeBot:O03:58
Samuli^kitche, are you impliying that watching tv is real life? :)03:59
bruenigRagePrblm, ls /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox/plugins03:59
Dinki see you are in here... good place to ask questions and learn a bit :)03:59
RagePrblmflash would not let me install to that dir03:59
kitcheSamuli^: well it's about a house in the next town from me03:59
CodeBotlol @ ur internet03:59
CodeBotNOW!03:59
sklavRagePrblm, did you use sudo?03:59
bruenigRagePrblm, that is where the plugins are, get it in there03:59
RagePrblmyes sir03:59
sklavif not you dont have permissions03:59
RagePrblmok let me try again03:59
Laptop765does anyone know a way to disable alt-left click [and right click for that matter]  from manipulating the window?  i'm trying to get some games running under wine and  i need the use of the alt button03:59
Samuli^kitche, okay.04:00
jribbruenig: though both work, I think /usr/lib/firefox/plugins is suppose to be used now04:00
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bruenigjrib, I have always used the other one. But they are in both and are symlinked in my .mozilla directory just to be sure04:00
Roger_The_Bumwhere are the vncserver config files04:00
ziro01out of interest04:00
cyberfr0gprivate04:01
Roger_The_Bum /etc/vncserver ?04:01
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RagePrblmthe installer says that /usr/lib/mozilla-firefox/plugins is not a valid installation dir04:02
ludedeedsdern, jack_sparrow is gone04:02
RagePrblmneither is /usr/lib/mozilla/plugins04:02
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bruenigRagePrblm, can you cd into those directories?04:02
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RagePrblmyet when I check the dir the two files needed ARE in the usr/lib/mozilla/plugins dir04:02
ludedeedsRagePrblm: you trying to install flash?04:02
RagePrblmoh wait04:02
bruenigRagePrblm, just copy the flashplayer.xpt and libflashplayer.so over04:02
RagePrblmno its not04:02
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bruenigunzip it and copy those over04:02
RagePrblmok ill try04:03
lostboyzhow do you test a xorg file without restarting?04:03
RagePrblmbruenig:  to which dir the mozilla-firefox one or just the mozilla one04:03
ludedeedsRagePrblm: if so... just stop trying to sudo it, just run it as normal user04:03
mkquistanyone have any idea why gnome wont start, just keeps going back to login screen???04:03
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lostboyzi am thinking your xorg file is misconfigured04:03
kitchemkquist: errors might help a bit check your Xorg.0.log should be in /var/log04:03
bruenigRagePrblm, mozilla-firefox/plugins and the firefox/plugins dir per jribs suggestion04:03
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ludedeedsRagePrblm: if you simply do ./flash-installer, it should autodetect firefox directory04:04
bruenigludedeeds, he said it wasn't04:04
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mkquistkithe - k ill take a looksee04:04
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Roger_The_Bumklined!04:04
HellDragonit was proxy...again04:04
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sklavat least someone is getting lucky ;)04:05
kitchehello christel: nalioth killed the person already04:05
christeljust waiting for them to show up again :)04:05
sklavwow i thought that shit happens only on msn04:05
christelbeen going on a few days04:05
RagePrblmUbuntu says I do not have permissions to write to the plugins folder04:05
sklavchristel, report them to #freenode04:06
Roger_The_BumRagePrblm: did you sudo?04:06
bruenigRagePrblm,  you have to use sudo, are you using the terminal or the file manager?04:06
christel...04:06
kitchesklav: she's a staff member :)04:06
myatthuRagePrblm, sudo can always fix that problem :P04:06
sklavah i ddint know04:06
RagePrblmno im just using the gui I dont konw much about how to use sudo or the terminal04:06
sklavmy apologies04:06
RagePrblmI used the terminal to install but thats about it04:06
Roger_The_Bumoh04:06
myatthu!sudo04:06
ubotusudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.04:06
Roger_The_BumI think there was this one script that I did04:06
christelthats quite alright sklav :)04:06
Roger_The_Bumit lets you sudo in nautilus04:07
bruenigRagePrblm, ok, well if you don't want to use the terminal to cp the files over, just do gksudo nautilus in the terminal to get a root file manager that will allow you to copy over the files with the gui04:07
RagePrblmOk thank you04:07
Roger_The_Bumthat works too04:07
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Laptop765>does anyone know a way to disable alt-left click [and right click for that matter]  from manipulating the window? i'm trying to get some games running under wine and i need the use of the alt button04:08
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ludedeedsi got a job at Dell today.. now it's time to start up a computer reselling business =P04:08
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sklavludedeeds, im in04:08
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sklavneed a partner?04:08
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ludedeedssklav: mayhap, i haven't really decided yet what i'm going to do.. i might not even really have time04:09
bruenigludedeeds, make sure you put my way search assistant on all of the computers you sell04:09
pink1Is there a way to add a shortcut to right clicking?  Like holding down Ctrl and left-clicking will be interpreted by Ubuntu as a right-click?04:09
peruanohi guys04:09
Roger_The_Bumhey it works :D04:09
Roger_The_Bumthanks04:09
ludedeedsbruenig: rofl.. what for?04:09
jazzrockerhehehe, each of their computers only costs them like $3.67 in raw materials an $0.02 for cheap foreign labor04:09
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sklavLaptop765,  under preferences "keyboard shortcuts"04:09
jazzrockerso it's not like you're really ripping them off by stealing their computers :P04:09
sklavLaptop765,  system under preferences "keyboard shortcuts"04:09
bruenigdell puts that on all of their computers and makes it impossible to uninstall04:09
RagePrblmThanks guys! It worked! Geniuses is what you are!04:10
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Laptop765i see one for move screen is alt-f704:10
sklavremove it04:10
sklavand then it wont affect you04:10
bruenigRagePrblm, now you will get to watch out of sync flash vidoes, hoorah04:10
Laptop765that will get rid of the mouse too?04:10
sklavbut remember what you change04:10
RagePrblmFrikkin aye!04:10
joshmozis there a way to download a pre-release version of the Ubuntu release coming out next month, one I can install via CD, and if possible can just package update to the release?04:10
RagePrblmbrb04:10
myatthuRagePrblm, i suggest you get to know sudo very well ... you need to use it alot ..04:10
sklavi think it would04:10
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bruenigjoshmoz, http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/releases/edgy/knot-3/04:11
sklavtry it and see04:11
looktjanyone have serial for vmware?04:11
boni just got a freeview box and i can only get 5 chanels i have a winfast pvr using cox cable to connect them - and kdetv tryed tvtime as well04:11
sklavlooktj, they are free04:11
ludedeedsbruenig: i mainly took the job for all the discounts and mass availability of all the OEM software i can cram down my pants04:11
joshmozbruenig: thanks! for future reference, how did you find that page without having to ask?04:11
sklavin the download section they ask how many you need04:11
Laptop765it seemed like it messed upt the game04:11
mkquistkitche - any ideas what i might be looking for?04:11
Laptop765but that might be becasue i'm in it now04:11
Laptop765i'll look into it04:11
Laptop765thanks04:11
sklavnp04:12
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ludedeedsnot to mention the benefits of working for a fortune 25 company04:12
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kitchemkquist: any errors should eb toward the end of the log04:12
joshmozbruenig: and what is a "knot" - what does that mean?04:12
bruenigjoshmoz, I went to this great site kind of underground right now but I think it will be big, called google. Then typed "knot 3 download"04:12
bruenigclicked the first link and voila04:12
Siviki'm tired of this stupid issue with flashplugin-nonfree04:12
mkquist!pastebin04:13
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (you can always find it in the channel topic, among other useful things)04:13
bruenigjoshmoz, apparently efts have knots on their head and because the next version is called edgy eft, they are calling thier betas knots04:13
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bruenigdapper drake had flights04:13
peruanoanybody knows how to desintall the ubuntu O/S, but the problem is, i got 2 more windows O/S on my pc, and i just installed ubuntu, but when i restart the pc i got this message : grub loadind  ,   error 21, and ain't got nothing, so now i running ubuntu with the CD live04:13
looktjsivik: system -> adminstratation -> software properties04:13
bruenigas a drake is a bird04:13
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joshmozbruenig: ahh, thanks04:13
krazykitperuano: load up a windows CD, go to the recovery console, and do fixmbr04:13
sklavperuano, you need to install the windows boot loader again04:13
Siviklooktj, doesn't work if i don't have kde or gone installed there04:13
krazykitperuano: or maybe it's fixboot04:14
naliothjoshmoz: the release names are plurals of the animal release name.  "A knot of efts", "a flight of drakes", etc04:14
sklavwhich version of windows?04:14
mineraleI'm about to install ubuntu on a windows pc, will I be able to resize the windows partition?04:14
Sivikwhat is mdadm04:14
krazykitperuano: something like that04:14
Sivikminerale, no04:14
looktjoh04:14
bondoes anyone know how to setup up freeview with tv card04:14
krazykitminerale: yes04:14
Siviklooktj, command line04:14
boni just got a freeview box and i can only get 5 chanels i have a winfast pvr using cox cable to connect them - and kdetv tryed tvtime as well04:14
rshadarackhey guys, is there someone in here that could help me get my wireless working with ubuntu?  I'm a new user and it's not detecting the network04:14
peruanothanks, i gonna try it now04:14
krazykitSivik: it resizes ntfs partitions just fine, really04:14
bruenigminerale, yes, defragment first makes it a bit more reliable04:14
mkquistkitche - http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/24306 - dont suppose u could have a looksee?04:14
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Sivikkrazykit, i have never had any luck with it04:14
spuddoggAnyone here know about packet injection?04:14
krazykitminerale: make sure to back up anything important, too.04:15
Siviki'm tired of everything not working tonight04:15
sklavspuddogg, whne i eat to many packs of gum?04:15
Sivikall i was trying to do is upgrade some packages and now there are all kinds of errors04:15
lastnodebruenig, er, knot is the collective noun for newts (a knot of newts), and an eft is a young newet.04:15
spuddoggsklav, exactly what i meant (extreme sarcasm)04:15
lastnode*newt even04:15
sklavspuddogg, hehe04:15
spuddogglol04:15
rawrnessanyone know any good p2ps?04:15
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brueniglastnode, I was just repeating what I read, as is why I said apparently. I have no idea04:15
kitchemkquist: hmm don't see any major errors04:16
sklavpacket injection sounds familiar care to explain?04:16
Sivikwhy is there an error with mdadm?04:16
myatthurawrness, i am using azureus04:16
kitchemkquist: might be a pam issue though04:16
lastnodebruenig, cool, it was just fyi04:16
mineralewhoa, all the mirrors I keep trying to download from are so slow04:16
Siviki'm having all kinds of issues with dpkg04:16
rawrnessazureus thats torrents right?04:16
myatthuyup04:16
spuddoggsklav, well, its more or less for active attacks in an attempt to hack a 802.11 network04:16
mkquistpam?04:16
sklavi see04:17
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mkquistkitche - pam?04:17
sklavi wish i knew more04:17
Sivikcan someone help me get around some erros with dpkg and mdadm04:17
sklavfree internet would be sweet04:17
rshadarackcan anyone help a me with activating my wireless card?  it doesn't seem to be finding the network I have properly04:17
Sivikrshadarack, what brand card?04:17
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rshadarackBCM4306, Broadcom04:17
Siviktry #bcm-users04:17
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Sivikrshadarack, what is it doing?04:17
bruenigIf a knot is a group of efts, then shouldn't dapper's been called flocks04:17
rshadarackThanks04:17
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spuddoggsklav, it is REALLY quite interesting and fun.  If you have a laptop and about $70 to burn on an Atheros card, do it man.  Just don't get malicious :)04:18
kitchemkquist: it's a different type of encryption when loging in and such04:18
konfuzedhey there, i just started havin some really strange behaviour with this 6.06 system. it was installed about the same week that 6.06 came out but lightly used.04:18
sklavspuddogg, im interested more for security reasons04:18
lostboyzhi how do i edit the fstab to mount my old home folder on different partition to new home folder?04:18
Sivikkonfuzed, i'm having all kinds of issues with dpkg and mdadm tonight04:18
sklavi like security04:18
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sklavand like to know ways people might crack me or a company and try to prevent it04:18
Siviksklav: have you had any problems installing or upgrading stuff today?04:19
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brueniglostboyz, you have two home folders one on a different partition?04:19
sklavSivik, none at all04:19
spuddoggsklav, thats another thing...i have learned soooo much in my ventures of late.  i am starting to get a little paranoid though.  for example, i swore to myself i would never log into my bank again while on a wireless network04:19
Siviksklav: lucky04:19
bruenigeach on a different partition*04:19
sklavi upgraded just before i came on irc04:19
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Siviki wish i could figure out what was going on04:19
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sklavspuddogg, i could have mentionned that04:19
konfuzedI was playin a new DVD for my daughter and it would not play the disc, then I got it to play the disc with VLC but about halfd way through the seond episode on the disc, the video stops, vlc starts playing the radio and then the cd becomes umounted04:19
sklavits broadcasting04:19
drenHello. I just installed Ubuntu (6.06) and I created the user and pass of "root" and "root" (both the same) and now I can't log into ubuntu when it starts up. What do I do?04:19
lostboyzbruenig04:19
lostboyzyes04:20
lostboyzi do04:20
konfuzedso I lieft it for like  2 hours to put my daughter to bed.04:20
lostboyzone from my old suse04:20
sklavdren, what was the user name you created??04:20
dren"root" (no quotes)04:20
sklavroot cannot log in from the graphic login screen04:20
lostboyzbox and new one is from new xubuntu04:20
kitchedren: well that's why ubuntu uses sudo so you sorta broke your system04:20
lostboyzinstall04:20
brueniglostboyz, ok, does the suse folder have your the same username folder as that might pose a problem04:20
Siviksklav: when i run a apt-get upgrade i get a bunch of dependance errors and then when i run apt-get -f install it screws up with some dpkg and mdadm04:20
sklavdreen root is created automatically04:20
drenlmfao, serious?04:20
myatthudren, root account is disabled by default on ubuntu ... and for the record pls pls pls never create an account called root on any linux distros when you are installing04:20
drenSee I didn't know this :] 04:20
konfuzednow the following message just keep scrolling up the page; busy inodes on changed media04:20
lostboyzno04:20
drenso.04:20
Flanneldren: besides, there's already a root user04:21
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lostboyzshould i add the user name04:21
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drenReinstall? :P04:21
konfuzedhow do I stop busy inodes on changed media ??04:21
pink1Is there a way to add a shortcut to right clicking?  Like holding down Ctrl and left-clicking will be interpreted by Ubuntu as a right-click?04:21
sklavSivik, did you try flushing your cache?04:21
kitchedren: your best bet would be a reinstall04:21
lostboyzbruenig should i still be old user?04:21
drenk, thanks :)04:21
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dren[/idiot noob] 04:21
cafemochahello, can anyone tell me the best reference to help me get my Linksys PCMCIA 54G card working with XUBUNTU 6.0.6?04:21
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sklavkonfuzed, you or some app is accessing a partition that is no longer mounted04:21
lostboyzbruenig should i add old user name? or keep new user name?04:21
Siviksklav: how do i do that?04:21
spuddoggcafemocha, ndiswrapper04:21
konfuzedso I try ctrl-alt-F3 but the system does not change the tty04:21
brueniglostboyz, I don't think it is a good idea to try to mount the other home folder instead. Why not copy over the stuff you want from the old home folder. There are bound to be some issues doing it the way you are trying04:21
sklavSivik, 1 sec let me open a terminal04:21
mineraledren: first time for everything... we all were linux newbies at one point04:21
lostboyzoh ok04:21
konfuzedi suppose the VLC or something is still trying to access the cd-rom for some reason04:22
lostboyzbut i don't have enough space04:22
lostboyzmy new partition is only 10 gb04:22
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lostboyzthe other home partition is 220 gb04:22
knixtechalright guys, my webserv is up with a fresh install, but outside people cannot get to it04:22
myatthulostboyz, my whole drive is 40 g04:22
myatthulol04:22
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sklavsudo apt-get clean all i think04:22
konfuzedsklav, ok so now how do I stop this message from repeating it sefl so that I can do something abot the problem ?04:22
Flannellostboyz: you could always mount your other one inside this one, or ditch the small one and just use the big one04:22
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brueniglostboyz. Why not just mount the other partition but not as the home folder and then just use it for storage04:22
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myatthuknixtech, first .. check ya firewall ... second does your ISPo block port 80 ? mine does04:23
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mkquistanyone familiar w/reseting the xserver config?04:23
lostboyzFlannel how do i do that?04:23
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sklavkonfuzed, you have any terminal open?04:23
lostboyzbruenig i want to use old one for home04:23
sklavor file browser?04:23
Sivikstill having a problem with the flashplugin-nonfree04:23
knixtechmyatthu, neither of them04:23
bruenigthe home folder has a bunch of hidden configuration files that seeing as you are coming from suse problem won04:23
spuddoggcafemocha:  install ndisgtk, ndiswrapper-source, ndiswrapper-utils.  Then just go System->Admin->Wireless Windows Drivers04:23
sklavSivik, what the problem04:23
Flannellostboyz: which one?04:23
kitcheSivik: what problem exactly04:23
sklavi have to install it also04:23
myatthuknixtech, neither of them ? can i have the web address pls ? :P04:23
sklavso i might be able to help04:23
lostboyzFlannel how do i ditch small one and use other one?04:23
knixtechknixtech.com04:23
Sivikkitch: subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 104:23
knixtech^_^04:23
lostboyzbruenig can i copy config files04:24
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knixtechmyatthu, its something on my ubuntu server04:24
lostboyzand change name of home to new user name and mount old as home?04:24
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kitcheknixtech: was kitchetech.com taken ::P04:24
sklavSivik, are you using synaptic?04:24
brueniglostboyz, yeah you could do it. I see now what you are trying.04:24
Siviksklav: no, command line04:24
Jack_SparrowSivik: http://blog.mypapit.net/2006/08/install-mozilla-flash-plugin-in-ubuntu.html  works to get flash working.04:24
knixtechkitche, lol04:24
Siviksklav: i hate synaptic04:24
lostboyzbruenig do you know how to do that?04:24
kitcheknixtech: yeah it doesn't even try to load04:24
sklavok04:24
konfuzedsklav, I had a terminal open but the only display I can get on the screen now is the inodes busy message04:24
knixtechright04:24
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SivikJack_Sparrow, it works, i'm just having issues trying to get past this04:24
zylmakhello i have a problem with app-get i receive an eror : dpkg: error processing flashplugin-nonfree (--configure):04:24
knixtechfresh install of apache and all04:24
kitcheknixtech: wait it loaded04:24
Flannellostboyz: change your fstab, to not mount the small one as home, and to mount the big one as home.04:25
Sivikzylmak, so am i, we're trying to figure out the issue04:25
knixtechkitche, to what?04:25
myatthuknixtech, i am not getting any response from the ping to your server04:25
cod------------------------------->>>>>>>>>>>>quick easy question here04:25
knixtechmyatthu, you wouldnt, my firewall blocks it04:25
Sivikknixtech, what is that ip or dns name04:25
Sivikcod: what?04:25
kitcheknixtech: it says you deleted the data folder and such04:25
[corn] Hello04:25
bruenig---------------------------------------_>>>>>>>ok04:25
lostboyzFlannel will there be system inconsistencies though? bruenig said there might be04:25
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[corn] confidential04:25
lostboyzbruenig do you know how?04:25
knixtechSivik, knixtech.com04:25
Sivikcod: what is the problem04:25
codhow do you add two commands to a desktop launcher?04:25
Sivikknixtech, nope, i can't ping it04:25
codsimilar to the | in win?04:25
Flannellostboyz: are you sharing this home between OSs? or switching entirely?04:25
myatthulol04:25
Sivikcod: not sure04:26
lostboyzi need to switch04:26
knixtechSivik, you want be able to ^_^04:26
doogluscod: try a '&'04:26
brueniglostboyz, I assume there will be system inconsistencies04:26
kitchehmm seems odd that I got to it but you can't ping it lol it takes a while to get though though04:26
lostboyzi am no longer a part of the suse universe04:26
lostboyzi am going only with xubuntu04:26
Sivikknixtech, i want to be able to ping that url, do you have it blocked on your end?04:26
lostboyzbecause i had too many problems04:26
knixtechlostboyz, me neither, cheers04:26
Jack_Sparrowpaddy got was able to find info in the wiki to fix the borked update... and used that link for a good install.. sSorry I dont know what he did..04:26
codtried &&, will try with just one04:26
Sivikknixtech, what is the ip address04:26
knixtechSivik, of course04:26
sklavim installing command line also04:26
kitcheknixtech: I got to it it took about a minute or so04:26
lostboyzxubuntu04:26
Sivikknixtech, why do you have it blocked?04:26
lostboyzis so much faster04:26
doogluscod: && will wait for the 1st to finish04:26
lostboyzthan the bloated kde that i was running before04:26
knixtechkitche, what loaded, as in gui?04:26
codtrying to get an xgl toggle going for wine installation of diablo04:26
sklavopk i got the error also04:27
kitcheSivik: you can get that from linux just do a host knixtech.com04:27
Flannelcod: and only perform the second if the first returns 004:27
RagePrblmCan someone help me turn on direct rendering04:27
kitcheknixtech: no a white page that says wordpress weblog even though it doesn't look like a wordpress for me04:27
codso "killall compiz.real compiz & metacity"   ?04:27
lostboyzFlannel should i do a reinstall then and make the old partition the home folder? i mean what should i do?04:27
Flannellostboyz: alright.  What you'llw ant to do is remove any config files you may have, or at the very least copy over your ubuntu ones (from your current home folder) to the new one, because the config syntaxes might be different between program versions04:27
Sivikkitche, yeah04:27
Sivikknixtech, why do you have the ping blocked?04:27
Flannellostboyz: and then just switch the mount point, and you'll be fine04:27
konfuzed any help on stopping the   busy inodes on changed media        message or how I can open a terminal while it is running that message04:27
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cTheManiaKYOkay. I mount a folder to a samba connect. It mounts however if I do a ls or anything within the mounted folder I get permission denied! Even as root, and I know the login I'm using to connect to the share has permissions to access the folde.r04:28
lostboyzok04:28
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myatthu am truly sorry to those that lost there data. Moron me did a "su rm -R /srv/www/htdocs . I did not mean to do this, I meant to do su rm -R04:28
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myatthu   /srv/www/htdocs/another_folder . My finger slipped and hit the ENTER key and hosed it. I felt very shallow when this occurred because i knew there04:28
myatthu   was no way to get the data back.04:28
lostboyzwhere are the config files Flannel?04:28
knixtechSivik, its the firewall by defauly04:28
myatthuis that yours knixtech  ?04:28
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Siviksklav: this is pissing me off04:28
knixtechmyatthu, is what mine04:28
codso "killall compiz.real compiz & metacity"   ?04:28
Flannellostboyz: all inside ~04:28
myatthuthat i pasted04:28
Sivikknixtech, then maybe you ned to turn that firewall off or open the port04:28
knixtechi didnt see it04:28
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sklavSivik, you try downloading from macromedia directly?04:28
knixtechSivik, port is open silly04:28
codshould nix xgl, and start metacity in one click?04:28
looktjseiel for vbware04:28
lostboyz~ ok Flannel i am sorry i do not know what that is i am not good at linux tinkering04:28
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cTheManiaKYHELP Samba question : Okay. I mount a folder to a samba connect. It mounts however if I do a ls or anything within the mounted folder I get permission denied! Even as root, and I know the login I'm using to connect to the share has permissions to access the folde.r04:28
looktjplease04:28
looktjserial04:29
knixtechmyatthu, yes, thats mine04:29
looktjvmware*04:29
knixtechmyatthu, did it come up?04:29
myatthulol04:29
myatthuknixtech, i used lynx ... yah04:29
Flannellostboyz: ~ is the path of your home directory, which can also be written as /home/username/04:29
Siviksklav: no, i'm not having an issue with flash anymore, i'm just trying to get past this issue, i'm tired of it coming up ever bloody time i do a sudo apt-get install04:29
myatthuit did come up04:29
knixtechhmmmm04:29
lostboyzok04:29
knixtechmyatthu, im lost then04:29
aandersehi does anyone know why ubuntu really wants a *-desktop meta package installed ... so much that the update manager doesn't work properly if one is not installed?04:29
myatthunot in ff though04:29
looktjserial for vmwareZ*04:29
Siviksklav, thats not the current issue04:29
lostboyzso which do i need to copy and replace?04:29
Siviksklav: i just want it to stop04:29
Flannellostboyz: you'll want to copy your ubuntu stuff over, make sure you get the hidden stuff too (those are folders/files that start with a .)04:29
lostboyzdo you know Flannel? thank you so much for your help by the way04:29
cTheManiaKYlooktj what ver of vmware?04:29
sklavSivik, uninstall the package?04:29
kitcheknixtech: ping is blocked but I can get to it fine04:29
knixtechkitche, really, gui and all?04:30
Siviksklav: thanks04:30
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sklavhehe04:30
Siviksklav: new issue04:30
kitcheknixtech: well it shows a page where's teh gui part at though04:30
sklavim guessing that is not what you wanted04:30
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Flannellostboyz: what you could/probably should do, is delete all the config stuff from your old home, just keep your personal data stuff in there, and then copy everything over, then you won't have to worry about mitigating conflicts, etc04:30
Sivikthe sudo apt-get upgrade is working now04:30
knixtechkitche, something is not right then04:30
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kitcheknixtech: umm it's pointing at a local ip04:30
knixtechit better04:31
Sivikafter i did the apt-get clean04:31
knixtechkitche, how do you know this04:31
Siviki need to remember that command04:31
kitcheknixtech: http://192.168.3.195/?p=3 just so you know no one can access that page04:31
doogluscod: just ";" will do if it's a quick command like killall first04:31
kitcheknixtech: but you04:31
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knixtechkitche, what do i need to edit then04:31
sklavso i actually fixed something today ;)04:31
sklavawesome04:31
doogluscod: actually, you probably need to do:   bash -c "killall fluxbox; metacity"04:32
Laptop765does anybody know why ubuntu would seemingly stop accepting connections from my laptop but no other connections? (i.e. i can't connect to ventrilo from my laptop but 4 other people could)04:32
kitcheknixtech: probably your config and your main page04:32
knixtechkitche, how did you get that/04:32
Siviksklav, thanks for telling me the clean command04:32
kitcheknixtech: it's right on the main page I looked at my status bar and it showed me the ip address04:32
sklavno prob04:32
sklavcomes in handy04:32
Siviksklav: now the mdadm thing is still a problem04:32
knixtechdammit04:33
sklavmdadm i have no experience with04:33
sklavbut im sure someone here does04:33
Sivikwell, i'm getting a 218: loop: parameter not set04:33
Sivikand i can't remove it either04:33
codHmm... ok...04:33
codwhats -c?04:34
doogluscod: "command"04:34
kitcheknixtech: all of your links show that IP address04:34
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doogluscod: otherwise bash takes it as a filename to open and run04:34
knixtechkitche, links?04:34
Sivikfluvvell, pm reply04:34
codwould that be ----    bash -c "killall compiz.real compiz; metacity"  ?04:34
dooglusyup04:35
dooglusbut doesn't "killall compiz" kill both anyway?04:35
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kitcheknixtech: Truly Sorry Knixtech Uncategorized | No Comments  About September 2006 all of those plus more show an ip address04:35
^Ocean^how can i force install a .deb04:35
knixtechkitche, ok, ty04:35
Laptop765brb04:35
dooglus^Ocean^: sudo dpkg -i file.deb04:36
lostboyzso i should delete all the folders with /. paths? Flannel in my old home and then copy new /. over and change mount on fstab?04:36
knixtechkitche, let me read up04:36
sklavSivik, flashplugin-nonfree even thought it complains actually installed and was working for me04:36
^Ocean^dooglus, but how do i force install it ?04:36
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Siviksklav: i got passed that issue04:36
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sklavso did i04:36
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Flannellostboyz: remove all config files, usually they're .programname, either as a folder or a file.  then copy everything from your current ubuntu home, then fstab change, yep.04:36
sklavim just mentioning the error message is almost a false positive04:36
dooglus^Ocean^: sudo dpkg --force-things all -i file.deb04:36
codworks perfectly.04:37
codthank you04:37
lostboyzso how do i delete those? what would be the best way?04:37
doogluscod: np04:37
cod2nd related question04:37
lostboyzcan i have a home folder that is different than my username flannel?04:37
Code-EAnybody here know how to install a game with cedega?04:37
Flannellostboyz: sure, you'll need to tweak your user though04:38
doogluslostboyz: yes.  edit /etc/passwd and you can change the home dir to anything you like04:38
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myatthuCode-E, cedega is commercial isn't it ? why not call them up ?04:38
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brueniglostboyz get into the directory with all the .files, it would be your username folder and do rm -tf .*04:38
codif I put this into a script while compiz is running, and it kills compiz, the script doesn't seem to want to continue until compiz is started up again04:38
Jack_Sparrowdooglus: How do you delete an incomplete package?04:38
bruenigrm -rf *.04:38
bruenigsorry not a t but a r04:38
Flannellostboyz: you can also do it via GUI in the users menu thing04:38
dooglusbruenig: .* matches . and .. - be careful...04:38
kitchemyatthu: they aren't really commercial really but you can call ubuntu commercial as well04:38
fluvvelllostboys: try System->Adminstration->Users and Groups04:38
bruenigdooglus, those damn . and ..04:38
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kitcheCode-E: cedega <path to install.exe or Setup.exe>04:39
codis that normal? is there a way around?04:39
doogluscod: stick a '&' after the metacity04:39
Flannelcod: #ubuntu-xgl04:39
Code-Eok04:39
Code-Ethanks04:39
^Ocean^sklav, you still around ?04:39
codok, thanx04:39
sklavYeah im here04:39
codok flannel, didn't realize there was a specif channel.04:39
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kitcheCode-E: you can use their gui to but I don't use it04:40
lostboyzbruenig how do i create a zip backup04:40
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lostboyzif i need those /. files later04:40
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laviwhich commandre can be used to install new locale?04:40
lostboyzlike backups of gaim chats and so forth04:40
Code-Ekitche: Traceback (most recent call last):  File "/usr/lib/transgaming_cedega/Point2Play_gui.py", line 2979, in ?    gddb_file = detected[0] TypeError: unsubscriptable object04:40
doogluslostboyz: do:  tar cfz backup.tgz ~/.??*04:40
lupine_85lostboyz: tar -cjf backup.tar.bz2 <files>04:40
myatthulostboyz, tar -czvf filename.tar.gz file04:40
lupine_85j is better :)04:40
sklav^Ocean^, anything i can help with?04:40
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lostboyzoh wow ok 3 different answers04:41
lostboyzwhich one to choose/04:41
^Ocean^sklav, okay so i installed the package utold me too,  still getting the same error04:41
lostboyzthey all work the same?04:41
lupine_85j and z options are two different compression formats04:41
doogluslostboyz: mine will be quicker, theirs will make a smaller backup04:41
myatthuyup ... its like replying you zip and rar04:41
kitcheCode-E: hmm not sure about that but it's a python error though probably has to do with how they scripted it but if it works fine then don't worry about it04:41
Jack_Sparrow!backup04:41
ubotuThere are many ways to back your system up. Here's a few: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BackupYourSystem , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DuplicityBackupHowto , https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HomeUserBackup , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MondoMindi04:41
lostboyzoh ok04:41
myatthuthey do what you want to do04:41
lostboyzthanks04:41
lupine_85z is more widespread, less efficient space-wise, slower04:41
lavilocale -a > it does not contain the locale what I want, so I wanna add a new locale . how to ?04:41
doogluslupine_85: slower?04:41
lupine_85much04:42
lostboyzwhat is difference between cjf tag and czvf tag dooglus04:42
doogluslupine_85: I think you'll find bzip2 is slower04:42
Code-Ekitche: no nothing came up when i typed in the command, im gonna try doing a local update04:42
doogluslostboyz: the 'v' just prints a bunch of crap as it works04:42
lupine_85erm, yes you''re right04:42
lostboyzoh ok04:42
lupine_85that's what I meant to say :)04:42
lupine_85sleepy04:42
lupine_85bzip2 even does a pretty good job with binaries04:42
dooglus'c' is 'create archive', the 'f' means you're specifying a filename to backup to04:42
cycombzip is pretty good at compression04:42
dooglus'z' is gzip and 'j' is bzip204:42
kitchebzip also takes a long time to decompress04:43
myatthuwait ... why not just tell lostboyz to do man tar ?04:43
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dooglusmyatthu: 'cos the tar documentation isn't in the man page04:43
kitchemyatthu: that's not the prefered way for ubuntu04:43
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dooglusmyatthu: and we'd have to explain how to install the documentation, and how to use info04:43
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Jack_Sparrowthe !backup link has good basic info on how to backup using tar...04:44
myatthuthat will make him a knowledgable linux guy in future ? not that i am disagreeing your points there04:44
uriel_hi i am a linux noob, can somebody helo me?04:44
Flanneluriel_: just ask your question, someone will answer if they know it04:44
bonfreeview box -uk is it possible to use with pvr card?04:44
xplic1thelo uriel04:44
uriel_hi guys04:45
dooglushi04:45
d3v1ant0n3Can I just ask a quickie?04:45
d3v1ant0n3Hi, btw:D04:45
dooglusjust ask04:45
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d3v1ant0n3In my GRUB, there are 2 entries for Ubuntu. Why?04:45
lostboyzwhat is better gzip or bzip204:45
Flannelmyatthu: if they don't already know/quickly learn about man, it'll slowly get absorbed  with time.04:45
uriel_ill write down my question the best i ca, also keep inb mind that english its not my main language04:45
d3v1ant0n3It's the only distro I've seen like that04:45
doogluslostboyz: gzip is faster, bzip2 is smaller04:45
Flanneld3v1ant0n3: one is normal mode, the other is a rescue console04:45
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ladydoorlostboyz: they're both good04:45
Jack_Sparrowd3v1ant0n3: Updates keep the old kernel04:45
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lostboyzoh thanks04:45
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d3v1ant0n3No, there's duplicate entries for Ubuntu and Ubuntu failsafe04:46
doogluslostboyz: not a huge amount in it.  if you empty your browser cache, you'll find there's not much to back up anyway04:46
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Flanneld3v1ant0n3: different kernel versions, then04:46
sklav^Ocean^, i forgot to mention you need to add the following04:46
dooglusd3v1ant0n3: different kernel versions04:46
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d3v1ant0n3Odd...That's how It's appeared since install04:46
dooglusd3v1ant0n3: if an update somehow breaks the kernel, you'll want to be able to boot into the previous one to recover04:46
THX-1138Hi dooglus04:46
dooglushi THX-113804:47
doogluslong time no see04:47
d3v1ant0n3well thank you:D04:47
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lostboyzthanks guys so much for the help04:47
lostboyzi really appreciate this04:47
doogluslostboyz: did you run the tar?04:47
THX-1138It has been sometime. - just another contented Ubuntu user, no problems. Windows for games linux FOSS for everything else04:47
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dooglusTHX-1138: I've not been here for a month or two04:48
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uriel_ok i need to change the permisions of a file, but it wont let me cause i am not root04:48
uriel_whatever the hell that is04:48
Flanneluriel_: which file?04:48
lostboyzdooglus yeah i ran the tar04:48
d3v1ant0n3I was so proud of the fact that I just plain dumped windows04:48
Jack_Sparrow!sudo04:48
dooglusuriel_: put "sudo" in front of the command04:48
ubotusudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.04:48
josh_anyone in here know what the filename is of the file that will allow a computer to ftp to itself?04:48
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lostboyzbut it is hanging because it is saving temp mldonkey files i don't need04:48
d3v1ant0n3And I'm slowly learning04:48
uriel_sources.list04:48
uriel_in /etc/apt04:48
doogluslostboyz: if you run "tar tf backup.tgz" it'll show you what files are in it04:48
THX-1138I wanted to run a (every time ) command before opening nautilus04:48
Flanneluriel_: no, you don't want to change it's permissions, just edit it with sudo04:48
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dooglusuriel_: you don' want to change the permissions04:49
Flanneluriel_: gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list or sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list04:49
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sklav^Ocean^, i just sent you a private message with the steps needed04:49
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uriel_ok ty ill try and get back to you04:49
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Jack_Sparrowuriel_: Make a backup       sudo cp /etc/apt/sources.list ~/sources.list.backup04:49
^Ocean^sklav, i responded too ti too lol04:49
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sklavi didnt see a response on my window04:50
sklav:(04:50
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josh_anyone use proftpd?04:50
Flannelthat's because ^Ocean^, you're not registered/identified (and thus, can't query)04:50
THX-1138Hi Flannel. - Have you seen "xdesktopwaves"? - water effect for the desktop.04:50
FlannelTHX-1138: nope, I only use a CLI ;)04:51
sklavTHX-1138, i have04:51
sklavits pretty fun04:51
sklavrain drops like04:51
MikeHawkHas anyone had problems upgrading to Dapper?04:51
THX-1138Flannel - I can never get Unreal Tournament to run acceptably that way. - you must actually be getting work done.04:51
roostishawMikeHawk, like what sort of problems?04:52
MikeHawkI tried a04:52
MikeHawk>>sudo apt-get dist-upgrade04:52
MikeHawkand got the message:04:52
mabusHow can I make it so when I use elinks, it is in color, but other stuff is not broken? When I do TERM=xterm-256color && export $TERM it tells me that it is not valid. However, elinks works in color just fine. When I go to do anything else like... nano or whatever, I cannot because I don't have a valid term. Can anyone offer advice please?04:52
dooglusmabus: "export TERM", not "export $TERM"04:53
THX-1138sklav - It is great fun! :)04:53
FlannelMikeHawk: you'll want to be up to date first, norml sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade04:53
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sklavi agree and the wobble effect is cool04:53
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dooglusmabus: put a line in ~/.bashrc saying    alias elinks='TERM=xterm-256color /usr/bin/elinks'04:53
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mabusmabus@mabox:~/doc$ export TERM04:54
mabusmabus@mabox:~/doc$ nano test04:54
mabusError opening terminal: xterm-256color.04:54
supermigueldoes any one know how an i write to my nfts partition i monted it on media/windows i can read it but can't write on it04:54
Jack_SparrowHow hard is it to install the xdesktopwaves.. my wife would love it on her box04:54
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AbortDTHX-1138, how do you start it after you download it?04:54
Flannelsupermiguel: you can't do it safely.04:54
mabusdooglus: I don't have any .bashrc file yet, do I need to put like a shebang line or anything at the beginning?04:54
Flannel!tell supermiguel about ntfs04:54
Flannelsupermiguel: you can see !fuse if you REALLY want to do it though04:54
THX-1138How does nautilus get it's start command? Can i add a command to run each time before it starts? (pored over gconf-editor for nrly an hour and can't make sense of it.)04:54
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DigitalNinjaWhat's a good music player?04:54
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dooglusmabus: you should have one - it's automatically created04:54
supermiguelis not saifty?04:54
dooglusmabus: no shebang needed04:54
AbortDTHX-1138, how do you start it after you download it?04:55
KyralDigitalNinja: Beep Media Player, AmaroK, XMMS, mpg321....04:55
Jack_Sparrowsupermiguel: You have asked that before... Still not advised but feel free to beta test it for the rest of us..04:55
mabusdooglus: well it's empty, in any case... so just type that and go, great.04:55
Flannelsupermiguel: no, there's a risk of data corruption, because NTFS isn't an open standard04:55
Crescendo_Is there anything that I can do to allow multiple things to play sound at once?04:55
sklavTHX-1138, yes you can04:55
DigitalNinjaKyral, Thanks! I was thinking of AmaroK.04:55
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sklavgo to system -> preference-sessions04:55
THX-1138AbortD - just the app name - there are some options listed --help.  quitye a few options.04:55
dooglussupermiguel: ntfs-3g is pretty good I hear04:55
DigitalNinjaKyral: Does that rip CD's?04:55
KyralDigitalNinja: Nope, but another KDE app does...04:56
sklavclick on startup tab and add program there04:56
Kyralforgot what lol04:56
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DigitalNinjaoh :(04:56
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KyralActually I think its built into KDE...04:56
dooglussupermiguel: http://www.osnews.com/story.php?news_id=1519604:56
mabusdooglus: No color in elinks, c/ping your line. Tried logging out and logging in, in case .bashrc was only loaded when you login or whatever, but to no avail.04:57
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THX-1138sklav - hm - i must be doing something wrong. tried that but it only helps on boot up. was hoping that "transset <options> could be run before starting nautilus.)04:57
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MikeHawkhey sorry. I was in the middle of typing my error message and gaim crashed.04:57
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FlannelMikeHawk: you'll want to be up to date first, norml sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade04:57
sklavTHX-1138, are you using xgl?04:57
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MikeHawkI was attempting to upgrade and got the message ->04:58
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MikeHawkme@ubuntu:~$ sudo apt-get dist-upgrade04:58
MikeHawkReading package lists... Done04:58
MikeHawkBuilding dependency tree... Done04:58
MikeHawkCalculating upgrade... Done04:58
MikeHawkThe following packages have been kept back:04:58
MikeHawk  hal hal-device-manager libhal-storage1 libhal1 pmount04:58
THX-1138sklav - xcompmgr - XGL didn't work well enough yet. (still bleeding edge i would guess.)04:58
MikeHawk0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 5 not upgraded.04:58
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mabusMikeHawk: If it's more than 3 lines, use a pastebin.04:59
mangd04:59
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dooglusmabus: type "type elinks" - what do you see?04:59
lostboyzso to copy config files now to old home file i would do what sudo cp /home/~/.* /oldhome/04:59
lostboyzdooglus04:59
mabusdooglus: A black and white elinks client.04:59
MikeHawksorry, what is a pastebin?   I don't see an option on this interface for that04:59
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mabus!paste04:59
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (you can always find it in the channel topic, among other useful things)04:59
doogluslostboyz: best to use 'tar' to do the copy really05:00
AbortDTHX-1138, have  you ever tried to get 3ddesk to work?05:00
doogluslostboyz: that way you keep the permissions, and symlinks, etc05:00
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THX-1138Flannel - Where does nautilus find the commands it needs to run when you use it?05:00
bonhow do i start a process if i have the process number05:00
FlannelTHX-1138: er, I don't use nautilus, sorry.05:00
THX-1138AbortD - No, not yet. just saw something about it tonight.05:00
dooglusbon: kill -START <process id>05:00
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AbortDTHX-1138, i cant get it working :/05:00
lostboyzhome folder *05:00
lostboyzok how would i do that?05:00
bonthanks05:00
manhai all05:00
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manboleh join di sini gak??05:01
lostboyzsudo tar -cjf /home/~/.* then what05:01
doogluslostboyz: cd /home/oldhome; tar cf - .??* | (cd /home/newhome; tar xf -)05:01
lostboyzall in one command?05:01
dooglusyes05:01
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lostboyzok thanks!05:02
nanotubehello, I got list of packages installed on one PC using "dpkg --get-selections" how can I synchronize this list with other ubuntu pc?05:02
dooglusthe .??* will match any file beginning with a dot, if the name is 3 or more characters long05:02
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lostboyzdoes my old home have to have the same name as my user id?05:02
lostboyzwould that be good to change that way?05:02
lostboyzdooglus05:02
lostboyzbruenig05:02
dooglusit doesn't matter what your home directory is called05:02
lostboyzoh ok05:02
lostboyzbut i can rename it later right?05:02
MikeHawkso I keep getting this "The following packages have been kept back: hal hal-device-manager....." message when attempting to upgrade.  does anyone have any idea what it could be?05:02
dooglusincidentally, you keep saying /home/~ , but that doesn't mean anything05:03
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dooglus~ is only special at the start of a word05:03
dooglus~dooglus means dooglus' home05:03
dooglus~ means 'my home'05:03
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manwooiii disini ada orang indonesia gak?????????????05:03
lostboyzdooglus05:03
dooglus!ubuntu-monkeytalk05:03
Jack_Sparrowman: Swedish  Polish ?05:03
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ubuntu-monkeytalk - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:03
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lostboyzwouldn't it be ./.??*05:03
bon dooglus: i tryed -start 999405:04
Flannel!id05:04
ubotujoin ke #ubuntu-id untuk membahas ubuntu dalam bahasa Indonesia05:04
THX-1138MikeHawk - you migh try the apt -f "force" option with another type of package but the hal daemon is very scary.05:04
lostboyzinstead of .??*05:04
MikeHawkcrap05:04
cTheManiaKYHELP is there a command I can type that deletes the first line in a test file and leaves the rest intact05:04
doogluslostboyz: ./ is implicit.  bash will look in the current directory if you don't tell it otherwise05:04
cTheManiaKYtest=text file05:04
lostboyzoh ok05:04
lostboyzthank you05:04
THX-1138"Hardware Access Layer"05:04
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chaosis there an option I can enable in xorg.conf to completely disable mouse acceleration?05:05
doogluscTheManiaKY: sed -i 1d file05:05
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ladydoorcTheManiaKY: you could use a text editor like gedit or nano. actually, use dooglus's suggestion05:05
THX-1138MikeHawk - Is there a verbose or very verbose option for apt?05:05
manhow are you all\\????????05:05
lostboyzdooglus do i have to use sudo?05:05
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cTheManiaKYdooglus I'll try that thanks!05:05
lostboyzbecause i think old home is still write protected05:05
doogluslostboyz: no, I'd suggest you don't - or the files will be owned by the old user, not your current user05:06
mabuslostboyz: chmod it05:06
doogluscTheManiaKY: "sed -i 1d *" to do it to all the files in the current directory05:06
lostboyzhow do i do that mabus05:06
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MikeHawkTHX-- I don't know.  how would I find out if there is an option05:06
Flannellostboyz: change the umask in your fstab05:06
doogluslostboyz: log in as the user you're copying to.  I assumed you were copying from old to new05:06
mabussudo chmod 666 /oldhome05:06
Flannelmabus: no.05:06
dooglusif not, switch the paths around05:06
lostboyzyes05:06
uriel_flannel05:07
dooglusthe "tar cf" is reading, and "tar xf" is writing05:07
uriel_i did what you told me05:07
lostboyzi am already there logged in as new user but i don't know if i have write permissions for oldhome05:07
lostboyzhow do i change that?05:07
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Flanneluriel_: and?05:07
doogluslog is as the user you're wanting to copy the files *to*05:07
uriel_it didnt modify the file when i saved05:07
lostboyzoh ok05:07
Flannellostboyz: or, use sudo to make yourself that user (sudo -u name)05:07
uriel_it just created a modified backup of it05:07
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lostboyzyes i am the new user05:07
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Flanneluriel_: er, which command did you use?05:08
lostboyzoh but the old user is no longer in the system05:08
lostboyzi only have one user05:08
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masingerzhello05:08
mabusdooglus: So any idea why that alias still brings elinks up in black and white?05:08
lostboyzon the xubuntu but not all files are writeable05:08
uriel_sudo nano05:08
lostboyzin old05:08
Flannellostboyz: you'll want to chown the whole thing then, probably05:08
Flanneluriel_: the whole line05:08
dooglusmabus: sorry, I missed your reply.  what does "type elinks" show?05:08
lostboyzFlannel how do i do that05:08
ludedeedsanyone else use cedega on ubuntu with an ATI radeon card? if so.. how do you fix the OpenGL failure?05:08
uriel_have patience with me i have barely using linux for like 2 hours05:08
mabusdooglus: elinks is hashed (/usr/bin/elinks)05:08
Flanneluriel_: no problem, but I'll need the entire command, copy/pasted ;)05:08
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masingerzi had some old ubuntu installs here and now i want to do a dapper install but keep the old ubuntus, i have a dapper cd here05:09
uriel_sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list05:09
doogluslostboyz: if you're copying from old to new, why do you care whether you can write to old?05:09
masingerzthe old ubuntus are broken05:09
dooglusmabus: show me the link in your .bashrc05:09
Flanneluriel_: and, then when you saved, where did it save it?05:09
masingerzim on th elive cd right now05:09
lostboyzso i am sure that all the config files can write successful05:09
uriel_i saved with alt o05:09
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uriel_it did but then i checked the file and it was the same05:09
dooglusmabus: and make sure it's a new terminal - bash only reads .bashrc when it starts05:09
uriel_but there was a new one05:09
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uriel_named sources.list.save05:10
doogluslostboyz: you're writing to the new user's directory?05:10
lostboyzno05:10
uriel_in the same directory05:10
lostboyzi only have eagle user05:10
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Flanneluriel_: ah, when you did ^O, did you type a different name?05:10
lostboyzahren is old user05:10
lostboyzi want to use old ahren from suse as my home05:10
lostboyzso i can save easy and has larger space05:10
uriel_i just did ^o05:10
lostboyz220 gb05:10
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lostboyzthis partition is seperate05:10
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lostboyzhas only 10 gb05:10
myatthuuriel_, did you do alt-o or ctrl-o ?05:10
doogluslostboyz: I would suggest using the same userid in both suse and ubuntu05:11
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uriel_alt o05:11
lostboyzand ubuntu auto.. installs like only on /05:11
lostboyzok05:11
myatthuuriel_, can you do ctrl-o ?05:11
lostboyzso i can change the name then of the folder05:11
lostboyzfrom ahren to eagle write?05:11
uriel_lemme check05:11
lostboyzthen copy the config files05:11
Woongtesting..........05:11
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lostboyzthen change mount in fstab right dooglus?05:11
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MikeHawkokay, I think I might have "solved" my problem with the whole "packages have been kept back" "hal hal-..."  can anyone help me to analyze why what I did worked?05:12
syllogismdoes the ubuntu install cd allow you to eject the CD and insert different media after it's loaded into memory?05:12
mabusdooglus: uh, stupid problem on my part. Thanks for the help, works great.05:12
unikonhas anyone ever come across the problem of not being able to pull up the applications menu whatsoever?05:12
doogluslostboyz: leave the mounts alone, they're fine I expect05:12
dooglusunikon: yes, a long time ago05:12
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WoongHey, has anyone found the failure rate of the DVD release is somewhat of a problem?05:12
Flannelsyllogism: which CD? Desktop or Alternate? (definately not on the latter, most likely not on the former)05:12
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uriel_ok it worked now, ty dude05:13
uriel_i feel so stupid05:13
syllogismDesktop05:13
myatthuuriel_, ^ usually means ctrl :P05:13
lostboyzno but i have to change the mount points for old home because it is in seperate partition05:13
uriel_windows made me stupid05:13
myatthulol05:13
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jadyzobdoes anyone know how to work with iptables????05:13
doogluslostboyz: the other partition is mounted somewhere though, right?05:13
lostboyzyes05:13
MikeHawkSo I went to Software Preferences in Synaptic and disabled two sources, both were related to the ntfs-3g ...  does anyone know why this was important to solving my package problem?05:13
Flanneljadyzob: most people do it via firestarter05:14
doogluslostboyz: so you can change your home directory to be on that partition05:14
lostboyzbut not automatically mounted as home i don't thin05:14
lostboyzyes exactly05:14
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doogluslostboyz: "mounted as home"?05:14
lostboyzoh05:14
lostboyzthe oldhome is not mounted as home05:14
lostboyzthe old home is here05:14
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lostboyz/dev/sda2/home/eagle05:15
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lostboyzthe new xubuntu home is here /dev/sda3/home/eagle05:15
lostboyzrespectfully05:15
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dooglusdo you want to have /home be the same in both os'es?05:16
lostboyzso now i just have to copy the new config files05:16
lostboyzand update fstab right dooglus? Flannel?05:16
dooglusfirst, do you even still want to use suse?05:16
Flanneldooglus: he's ditching suse, just migrating his big partition over05:16
lostboyzno never05:16
lostboyzi don't have it05:16
lostboyzdon't want it05:16
dooglusok05:16
lostboyzi am convert05:16
lostboyzto xubuntu05:16
lostboyzi have seen the signs05:16
lostboyzpoor system performance crashing in kde end of the world was near05:17
kitchelostboyz: well the hidden folders should not be a problem really it's the other configs that you have to really worry about05:17
doogluswhat I would then is have the old suse partition mounted onto /home05:17
lostboyzok05:17
dooglusis it mounted at the moment?05:17
lostboyzbut i still have to copy new config files there right?05:17
lostboyzor do i do something else?05:18
dooglushow long have you been using ubuntu?05:18
torpedo|dognetsplit!05:18
lostboyzi used debian as main system05:18
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lostboyzbut i couldn't get it to install with amd64 processer05:18
lostboyzso i gave up and went to suse05:18
lostboyzi have used linux now for 3 years05:18
lostboyzbut i don't tinker with stuff05:18
lostboyzonly use it for internet surfing05:19
lostboyzand tinker when i have to05:19
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dooglusI'm wondering what these config files are you're talking about05:19
lostboyzthe /. files05:19
lostboyzthat i was told to erase05:19
dooglusthe ones you used in suse?05:19
lostboyzand then copy over from old one05:19
lostboyzyes05:19
lostboyzthey told me to erase them05:19
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lostboyzand copy new ones over05:19
lostboyzso that there would be no system inconsistencies05:20
dooglusinstead of doing that, I would suggest you continue using your old home, but get it mounted in the right place05:20
lostboyzbecause xubuntu installed only on /dev/sda305:20
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lostboyzand could not make /dev/sda2 my home during install05:20
lostboyzbecause the resolutioun was not right05:20
kitchelostboyz: just so you knwo ~/. configs won't destroy your system like the other config files05:20
lostboyzoh ok05:20
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lostboyzwell dooglus i am going to copy the new to old then05:21
lostboyzand mount it in the right place is that cool?05:21
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peruanoit's me again05:21
dooglusyes05:21
peruanofixmbr worked!05:21
dooglusis the big disk currently mounted?05:21
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ingsocHola amegos05:22
myatthu!sp05:22
ubotusp: James Clark's SGML parsing tools. In component main, is optional. Version 1.3.4-1.2.1-46ubuntu1 (dapper), package size 169 kB, installed size 592 kB05:22
lostboyzyes05:22
myatthuoh05:22
lostboyzit is05:22
myatthu!es05:22
ubotuPara Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, alli obtendran mas ayuda.05:22
myatthulol05:22
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AbortDmyatthu,  whats that do?05:22
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myatthuwhats what do ?05:22
insubHello, how do i activate the C++ Compiler05:22
AbortDparsing tools05:22
myatthuinsub, you mean install ?05:22
AbortDinsub, you get build-essentials05:23
kitche!build05:23
ubotuCompiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first: not all !repositories are enabled by default!)05:23
mkquistanyone... why wouldnt firefox and konversation suddenly not wanna run?05:23
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myatthuparsing tool ? oh i mean to say !spanish ... so i did !sp forgotting spanish is !es05:23
kitchemkquist: probably due to that they are segfaulting05:23
clearzenSo I've been unable to download and install the new flash. In fact my updates have been broken since yesterday. But I can install programs and download other packages at a normal rate. Any idea what is wrong?05:23
uriel_the reason i was trying to edit "/etc/apt/sources.list" was to enable universal repo so i can get sysv-rc-conf, but the damn thing still tells me "No candidate version found for sysv-rc-conf"05:24
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uriel_any ideas?05:24
ladydoor!language05:24
ubotuPlease watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.05:24
lostboyzdooglus how do i register?05:24
myatthuuriel_, i suppose you did sudo apt-get update ?05:24
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SlynderdaleHmm, I don't have a backup hard drive, what is the next best option to backup a system?05:24
ladydooruriel_: and did you do sudo apt-get update first05:24
uriel_yeah05:24
myatthuor refresh in synaptic ...05:24
insubplease show me the link again05:24
dooglus /msg nickserv register pa$$word05:25
insubHello, how do i activate the C++ Compiler05:25
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uriel_i did05:25
myatthu!build-essential05:25
ubotuCompiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first: not all !repositories are enabled by default!)05:25
AbortDinsub, .... i told you build-essentials05:25
mkquistkitche - segfaulting?05:25
insubthanks05:25
mkquistkitche - again over my head there05:25
rshadarackdoes anyone know of a walkthrough showing me how to update the linux kernel?  I have extracted patch-2.6.18 but I'm not sure what to do from there05:25
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AbortDinsub, go into synaptic package manager and search for build essentials05:25
kitchemkquist: yeah it's when it trys to load in a memory that it can't05:25
mkquistkitche - im sure this affected things, took a drive out of one machine and put in another, no os on it but seems to have funked up both comps05:26
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mkquistany thoughts?05:26
theseek3rhi, i've got this weird problem05:26
peruanoanybody knows, i installed ubuntu on my pc, but i got 2 win O/S more, and when i restart i got this : grub loading   error 2105:26
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peruanohow can i fix that05:26
mineraleI'm trying to backup my entire system into an external drive (FAT32, but tar -zxvf is giving me a "file too large" error, how can I split the archive ?05:26
kitchemkquist: yeah that might mess with the machines if both machines are different05:26
theseek3ri cannot change the default application for any file type05:26
ingsocI know that one I think05:26
theseek3rthe radio button at "open with" in the properties of the file05:27
theseek3rdoesn't change05:27
ingsochttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows05:27
kitcheminerale: tar up a few folders at a time then just make one tar with all the tars in it05:27
clearzenmy updater has been broken since yesterday. But I can still install programs. I can't get the updates listed however. How can I fix this?05:27
DittoheadI'm getting python errors when doing an apt-get dist-upgrade from 6.06 to 6.10. Along these lines (if you need more I'll post elsewhere so I don't flood...just tell me where): 'File "/usr/bin/pycentral", line 1319, in main'05:28
rshadarackAnyone know of a walkthrough for updating the linux kernel?05:28
sproingie!pastebin05:28
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (you can always find it in the channel topic, among other useful things)05:28
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kitcheDittohead: yeah pastebin it05:28
DittoheadThanks...just a sec05:28
kitchesproingie: you just had to ask him to pastebin it lol05:28
theseek3rany guidelines?05:28
mineralekitche: I have certain dv files that are over 2gb, I can't really do that, is there any archive-er that will split files on it's own ?05:28
kitcheminerale: umm well there is programs to do that05:29
kitcheminerale: anyways fat32 can only have 4GB file size05:29
clearzen:minerale I think you can use dd or rsync and then use cat to put them back together05:29
clearzenI'm not sure of the command syntax though05:29
webhedI have a question regarding how to get mplayer to work as a plugin in Firefox. I want to be able to view media files that are embedded in some webpages in Firefox and I'm sure mplayer is the way to do it, just not sure how.05:29
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rshadarackdoes anyone know of a walkthrough showing me how to update the linux kernel?05:30
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kitchewebhed: well there is many ways to do it really you could use totem-plugin for firefox but if you want mplayer you probably have to install mplayer's firefox plugin05:30
DittoheadPython errors on dist-upgrade to 6.10 from 6.06: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/2432505:30
delaneyAnyone here happen to know   a/ how to get last.fm support in audacious   or  b/ where the default plugin folder for audacious is?05:31
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webhedactually I really dont care whether its mplayer or totem05:31
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webhedhow can I get totem to work?05:31
theseek3rmaybe someone could post a help post here--> http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=26248705:31
kitcheDittohead: it seems to have to deal with python2.4-minimal05:31
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peruanoanybody knows the spanish ubuntu chat link05:32
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webhedI already did Automatix and EasyUbuntu but for some reason some media files still show up as a "plug-in needed" icon in FF instead of just playing05:32
kitchewebhed: try this mozilla-mplayer05:32
Dittoheadkitche, any easy fix? Can I remove python2.4 and will dist-upgrade reinstall it? Or is that doomed to fail? I had errors with openoffice upgrading earlier but I managed to remove it and everything went fine until now.05:33
webhed"mozilla-mplayer is already the newest version."05:33
shmulikHi, I have a folder with a bunch of subdirectories and files in it, and I want all the files with the extension ".m4p" moved out to another location.05:33
webhedI apparently already have it installed05:33
kitcheDittohead: you can try installing python05:33
carpediemwebhed: do you know what type of media files?05:34
kitchewebhed: do you liek gstreamer or xine?05:34
kitchewebhed: sicne there is totem-gstreamer-firefox-plugin and totem-xine-firefox-plugin05:34
webhedkitche: again, dont really care, whichever works05:34
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Dittoheadkitche, python: Depends: python-minimal (= 2.4.3-11ubuntu3) but 2.4.2-0ubuntu3 is to be installed05:34
carpediemuse xine, gstreamer plays wmv like crap.05:34
peruanoanybody knows ubuntu espanol link05:35
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kitchewebhed: those should work just pick one that you feel like using05:35
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theseek3rshmulik: mv *.m4p /path_here/05:35
webhedok so just apt-get install totem-gstreamer-firefox-plugin ?05:35
rshadarackCan anyone help me in updating my linux kernel?05:35
kitcheDittohead: try upgrading python-minimal05:35
webhedand apt-get install totem-xine-firefox-plugin ?05:35
kitchewebhed: yes05:35
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webhedok doing - thanks05:36
carpediemrshadarack: why, isn't apt doing it for you?05:36
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shmuliktheseek3r: The m4p files are within subdirectories though05:36
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rshadarackcar: I have no idea how to do it in the first place, I just installed ubuntu today and I was told to update the kernel to get my wireless card working05:36
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ubuntuhelp05:36
Dittoheadkitche, then I get those errors that I put in the paste-bin again.05:36
carpediemrshadarack: oh, what wireless card?05:36
rshadarackbcm05:37
rshadarackbroadcom05:37
carpediemrshadarack: is it usb or pci?05:37
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ladydoorshmulik: try this:  for dir in /full/path/to/their/base/dir/* ; do mv $dir/* /their/new/location05:37
rshadarackcar: pci05:37
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ladydoorshmulik: *add this:  ; done05:37
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ladydoorshmulik: at the end of that line05:37
spuddoggAnother problem today...I was online on my laptop running Ubuntu Dapper, and all was well.  I unplugged my PCMCIA network card to read the MAC on it, and now it will not work anymore.  I tried the card in another box, so I know it works fine.  Is there a way to reload or reinstall the driver it was using?05:37
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kitcheDittohead: hmm could be the program itself05:38
Dittoheadkitche, broken package perhaps?05:38
shmulikfor dir in /full/path/to/their/base/dir/* ; do mv $dir/* /their/new/location; done05:38
sudharshhi..video performance in dapper is pathetic for me..I am using a SiS 650 that was workin well in all the distros even breezy but not dapper..dma is on for all drives, i have an amd xp 2000+05:38
shmulikLike that?05:38
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spuddoggOr is that not the problem at all?05:38
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daurnhi all05:38
kitchespuddogg: if you did ifconfig it would have shown you the MAC as well05:38
ladydoorshmulik: yup05:38
ladydoorshmulik: that might work05:38
carpediemrshadarack: usually you need ndiswrapper, and the windows driver, for broadcom cards.05:38
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daurnsound is coming out the wrong soundcard for *some* things for me05:38
spuddoggkitche, yes, i realized that after i did it05:38
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carpediemrshadarack: as is described here:  http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2568305:39
daurnhow can i get the sound output changed?05:39
kitchershadarack: hmm it should work out of the box to get it working you might have ti activite it05:39
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theseek3rmaybe someone could post a help post here--> http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=26248705:39
spuddoggAnother problem today...I was online on my laptop running Ubuntu Dapper, and all was well.  I unplugged my PCMCIA network card to read the MAC on it, and now it will not work anymore.  I tried the card in another box, so I know it works fine.  Is there a way to reload or reinstall the driver it was using, or is that not the problem at all?05:39
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rshadarackcar/kitche: the weird thing is (or so I'm told) is that ubuntu recognizes my wireless card05:39
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shmulikladydoor: That won't move the .m4ps?05:40
rshadarackit's just not working05:40
kitchespuddogg: try to restart the pcmcia script05:40
ladydoorshmulik: it didn't? sorry05:40
ladydoorshmulik: then i don't know05:40
kitchershadarack: try this system -> networking and tell me what's listed05:40
spuddoggkitche, how do i do that?  also i should tell you, i put another network card in this laptop (ndiswrapper) and it is working fine05:40
rshadarackkitche: Wireless connection on eth1, ethernet on eth0, and modem on ppp005:41
mehereni have sorta a problem im trying to explain to my buds the difference between a hacker and a cracker.. but can't really seem to put the definitons into words I'm the kinda person who has ideas but can,t explain them... any help?05:41
meheren*can't05:41
kitchershadarack: does eth1 say not active05:41
webhedI installed both and I still get the deal about missing a plugin on a page with an embedded wmv05:41
rshadarackyes05:42
kitchespuddogg: look in /etc/rc.d05:42
theseek3rok i have to go to work now, I could use a little help here if you have any ideas: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=26248705:42
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sproingiemeheren: if you want maximally pith, say a hacker is like a locksmith and a cracker is a punk with a slim jim05:42
kitchespuddogg: for a script called pcmcia tell me if you find it05:42
rshadarackkitche: I tried to activate it, which seemed to work, but I closed out of the network settings, reopened it, and it's not active again05:42
nonicknamewhat is device dm-0?05:42
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kitchershadarack: yeah I think that's a bug it does that to me but wireless still is on05:43
meherensproingie,  great analogy thx :)05:43
ladydoormeheren: check this out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hacker_ethic05:43
spuddoggkitche: no such file or directory05:43
rshadarackkitche: Internet still won't work05:43
nonickname!dm05:43
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dm - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:43
carpediemtheseek3r: I just posted a reply05:43
nonickname!dm005:43
TheHHi there, anyone can help me with a 6600gt component video issue?05:43
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dm0 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:43
carpediemtheseek3r: not sure if it is the answer though.05:43
kitchespuddogg: for what rc.d or pcmcia?05:43
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spuddoggkitche rc.d05:43
delaneyanyone able to get audioscrobbler/last.fm support with audacious + dapper05:43
theseek3rok carpediem thanx05:43
meherenladydoor, ok thx05:43
rshadarackkitche: also, my wireless network is not showing up when I go into properties and the dropdown menu of "Network name"05:44
kitchershadarack: well did you set your settings up right?05:44
delaneywhen i ./configure the plugins for compile i get  "AudioScrobbler Client:                  no"05:44
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rshadarackkitche: can't, because the list of networks to select from is blank05:44
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kitchespuddogg: look for a init.d folder in /etc sorry I m not use to how ubuntu init scripts are05:44
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carpediemrshadarack, kitche: broadcom chips don't work out of the box, you need ndiswrapper.05:44
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mineraleOk, I just installed ubuntu on a notebook, but the resolution was wrong, so I ran dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg and now x won't even start anymore, are there any guides that help for this on the website ?05:45
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kitchecarpediem: they do work trust me it worked out of the box for me05:45
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carpediemkitche: most do not, or there wouldn't be whole threads dedicated to this subject:  http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2568305:45
spuddoggkitche, i got the file open now...what in particular am i looking for?05:46
kitchecarpediem: or else it wouldn't show up in the Networking settings05:46
TheHI had a hard time with fedora and I finaly did not get the widescreen of my tv to open.. I want to know if there is a tutorial or something to fallow about getting my 6600gt to work with component video on mu hdtv?05:46
kitchespuddogg: a pcmcia script05:46
ingsocAny one care to share some good theme sites?05:46
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ingsocWM or Gnome05:46
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ladydoorcarpediem: kitche: there's now the bcmwxx native driver05:46
kitchecarpediem: I know the newer broadcoms don't work but the newer chips are hard to find05:46
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kitcheladydoor: I know that there is a native driver that's what I use since ndiswrapper is a pain :)05:47
ninjaktttycan anyone help me, I've got a problem where when I try and play videos it only displays half of the video I've got a example posted of what I mean http://www.ninjakitty.net/yuri/bitbucket/video.png05:47
carpediemkitche: I have a 4 year old broadcom pci card that requires ndiswrapper, I'm not sure why yours doesn't, but most do.05:47
rshadarackkitche, ladydoor: how do I get this driver?05:47
ladydoorkitche: yeah...haha, i actually had the opposite experience (the native driver giving me problems)05:47
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malice_OK, I did something stupid so dont tell me I did But I went into Synaptic Package, settings then to repositories then install media then my mouse on my laptop was on delete and it deleted the first 3 on this menu, would anyone please tell me what the efirst 3 are ?05:48
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cew_cantqhiiiiiiiiiiiii...............05:48
kitchecarpediem: probably because the kernel module doesn't like your chipset05:48
theseek3rany other ideas???--> http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=26248705:48
kitchershadarack: you already have it05:48
TheH I had a hard time with fedora and I finally did not get the widescreen of my tv to open.. I want to know if there is a tutorial or something to fallow about getting my 6600gt to work with component video on my hdtv pm ubuntu05:49
Homerhow do I download the whole internet05:49
jiSh_clonei beat the internet05:49
kitchecarpediem: the kernel module is very picky with how it acts sometimes05:49
malice_OK, I did something stupid so dont tell me I did But I went into Synaptic Package, settings then to repositories then install media then my mouse on my laptop was on delete and it deleted the first 3 on this menu, would anyone please tell me what the efirst 3 are ?05:49
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malice_please help05:49
ladydoorHomer: wget http://*05:49
rshadarackkitche: then why do I have no wireless networks to select from in properties?05:49
Homerladydoor: thanks05:49
ladydoorHomer: no problem05:49
quintokhi guys, I'm trying to set a mime-type icon and I (through apparent ignorance) had trouble finding any decent explinations on the subject, can someone point me in a better direction please05:49
mineraleOk, I just installed ubuntu on a notebook, but the resolution was wrong, so I ran dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg and now x won't even start anymore, are there any guides that help for this on the website ?05:49
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ladydoorHomer: you might also be interested in this:  http://www.shibumi.org/eoti.htm05:50
kitchershadarack: as I said you need to know the ESSID or install wifi-radar which will scan for wireless networks it won't auto pick up the networks05:50
ladydoorHomer: (it's the end of the internet)05:50
TheHanyone can point me where to go for a 6600gt component video HDTV setting?05:50
yomeHi.  I'd like to install Ubuntu on a laptop with no cd-rom.  What's my best option: do an install through the network, or can I boot using an usb key?05:50
rshadarackIs there a way I can easily find out the ESSID?05:51
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carpediemrshadarack: you would see it if you are broadcasting it.05:51
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rshadarackcarpediem: not sure what you mean05:51
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kitchershadarack: use wifi-radar it's a good tool05:51
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dibblegohow do I find out from which locations a file is symlinked to?05:52
carpediemkitche: he should connect to an essid without wifi-radar.05:52
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TheMoebiushey what is the best way to upgrade to edgy? this is just my testing box so I'm willng to do a complete fresh install but is there a livecd for edgy yet?05:52
carpediemkitche: the fact that he's not either means a) he's not broadcasting the essid or b) his driver isn't working.05:52
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kitchecarpediem: yes I know the reason his router might be set up to hide the ESSID like mine is set up05:52
carpediemrshadarack: try "sudo iwconfig essid any"05:53
peija-kasTheMoebius there is a prerelease Edgy cd already05:53
carpediemrshadarack: sorry scratch that05:53
peija-kasTheMoebius but theres still BREAKAGE :D05:53
kitchecarpediem: first he has to activate the device05:53
carpediemrshadarack: "sudo iwconfig ath0 essid any" where ath0 is your wireless device.05:53
peija-kasim running Edgy in a virtual machine05:53
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ISOLATEDViRuSif i run the RM command to remove files, are the files moved to the trash bin?05:54
peija-kasno05:54
peija-kastheyre deletd at once05:54
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link_36p I get an error from gdm saying my xgl xsession script deosnt exist, but this olny happens when trying to logon as additional users ive created besides the original account :(05:54
ISOLATEDViRuSjesus freaking christ.05:54
ISOLATEDViRuSis there a way to undo it?05:54
rshadarackcar, I got no output from that command05:54
theseek3raysiu<-- whoever this is on ubuntuforums, thank you very much for your help05:54
peija-kasso dont mess  up with rm, especially with sudo rm ;)05:54
kitcheISOLATEDViRuS: use a filemanager05:54
peija-kasISOLATED - theres no way to undo, no easy way at least05:54
mineraleI just installed ubuntu on my laptop and I'm having trouble setting up the x server, could someone help ... pleaseeee ?05:55
kitcheISOLATEDViRuS: at least then it should put them in the trash bin05:55
DittoheadISOLATEDViRuS, 'man rm' is your friend05:55
peija-kasu may get something back from the disk with some recovery prg, dont know about em05:55
ladydoorISOLATEDViRuS: no. that's why you use rm. if you want a trashcan, you can always use a graphical program like nautilus.05:55
TheHAnyone please to point me where to configure my 6600gt component video to work with my hdtv please05:55
carpediemtheseek3r: well, the odd thing is that your files shouldn't become owned by someone else unless, unless you did something pretty funky.05:55
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TheHanyone that has done this with video cards?05:55
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DittoheadISOLATEDViRuS, Always read a man page before running commands at the terminal. You can screw things up bad otherwise. I've done some bad rm's in my day if you makes feel any better :)05:56
spuddogg_kitche, i marked the madwifi package in synaptec for reinstallation, and now my card is working perfectly05:56
bruenigISOLATEDViRuS, if you want to move something to the trash, you can just do mv file ~/.Trash05:56
carpediemtheH: I have, but it took a ton of work to get the right modeline.05:56
TheMoebiuspeija-kas, where do I get the edgy prerelease cd - its not on the download pages05:56
theseek3rcarpediem: i really haven't tried to give ownership to someone else, i don't know how to do it anyway05:56
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peija-kasTheMoebius just a sec05:57
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bruenigTheMoebius, http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/releases/edgy/knot-3/05:57
kitchespuddogg_: ah your using madwifi I never used it it's either native or ndiswrapper since native works for me05:57
TheHI don;t know where to start05:57
peija-kasdamn bruenig was faster :)05:57
theseek3rcarpediem: maybe some of the many tutorials to install stuff could have done this??05:57
brueniggoogle knot 3 download05:57
peija-kasTheMoebius..but dont use it for main OS :)05:57
ISOLATEDViRuSso there is no way to reverse this?05:57
spuddogg_kitche, madwifi is built into ubuntu nowadays.  people are replacing it because the driver built in does not support packet injecting05:57
TheHI did a lot on fedira all I could get was to make it look good in 720p but only in a 4:3 kinda screen05:57
bruenigISOLATEDViRuS, no05:57
peija-kasive seen some bugginess in testing with virtual machine05:57
aSt3raLwhats the unofficial channel on this server?05:58
carpediemtheseek3r: Something caused your .gconf files to be owned by someone else, which is out of the ordinary.05:58
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DittoheadISOLATEDViRuS, No. rm removes things. Permanently.05:58
TheMoebiuspeija-kas, thx. yeah, i know its just my extra testing box05:58
peija-kas #ubuntu-offtopic05:58
aSt3raLwhere you can talk about off topic stuff?05:58
bruenig#ubuntu-offtopic maybe you are talking about05:58
aSt3raLthanks05:58
kitchespuddogg_: I used native but it works it seems for me but I m more of a power user you can say05:58
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spuddogg_kitche, what do you mean by native?05:58
rshadarackto whoever was helping me, I got wifi radar and it recognized no networks05:58
quintokhi guys, I'm trying to set a mime-type icon and I (through apparent ignorance) had trouble finding any decent explinations on the subject, can someone point me in a better direction please05:58
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theseek3rcarpediem: i understand, but i cannot explain how this happened. i hope i haven't got any security problems, i am on dsl and dynamic ip...05:59
ladydoorISOLATEDViRuS: if you want to temporarily remove things, you can always do mv filename .Trash05:59
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kitchespuddogg_: don't have to use a wrapper to make my wireless to work05:59
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ladydoorISOLATEDViRuS: if you have a .Trash dir in your home dir05:59
redbladeshi all, I just (as root) deleted some inportant info.05:59
spuddogg_kitche, ok, you're that good with c/c++ then?05:59
redbladesIs there any way to retrieve it?05:59
carpediemTheH: naw....someone would've done far worse than that05:59
carpediemwhoops06:00
kitchespuddogg_: I help work on another distro06:00
aSt3raLdoes ubuntu have a ppc kernel?06:00
carpediemtheseek3r: : naw....someone would've done far worse than that06:00
spuddogg_kitche, well, to make it easy for me to understand, we'll just call you a nerd.  lol ;)06:00
DarkMageZaSt3raL, there is a ppc version of ubuntu06:00
bruenigaSt3raL, yes06:00
bruenigor what DarkMageZ said06:00
redbladesIs it possible to recover data from ext2 ?06:00
spuddogg_kitche, thanks for the help...i'm sure i'll bother you again in the near future.06:01
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aSt3raLok06:01
theseek3rcarpediem: let's just hope so until i gather the knoledge to understand security issues in linux. Thank you and the other guy for your help!06:01
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ladydoorredblades: what did you delete?06:01
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TheHbut you did get it to work right? you get full weidescrel 16:9 on your tv?06:01
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redbladesladydoor a whole heap of emails06:02
DarkMageZaSt3raL, see http://ubuntu-releases.cs.umn.edu//6.06/ :P06:02
goldenmystHow do I install epiphany extensions?06:02
ladydoorredblades: oh dear. yeah, sorry, i don't know06:02
redbladesGah06:02
carpediemtheseek3r: I wouldn't worry much about security, as long as you run the updates when Ubuntu has them, you should be good.06:02
aSt3raLok06:02
aSt3raLi dont need one yet06:02
SillyZgevening06:02
brueniggoldenmyst, do extensions exist?06:02
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aSt3raLi was wondering if itd run on this: http://www.kurobox.com/revolution/what.html06:02
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goldenmystbruenig: Yes, they do.06:02
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goldenmystI'm surprised I can't find them in Synaptic.06:03
bruenigthere isn't some dialog like firefox accessible from the menus?06:03
kitcheredblades: there is a way but it's easier to use a live cd to do it06:03
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RyuRhRthelp06:03
carpediemTheH: I have widescreen, 540p (which is the same fundamentally as 1080i).06:03
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ladydoorgoldenmyst: there's a package. search in synaptic for epiphany06:03
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RyuRhRthow to stop x server after it start?06:03
bruenigsend epiphany is basically firefox06:03
carpediemTheH: running from composite, mythtv with an HDTV tuner card.06:04
bruenigat least as far as rendering and a lot of the code base goes06:04
kitcheRyuRhRt: stop gdm and shut down X06:04
theseek3rcarpediem: ok! I do the updates all the time. It's just that it's a whole new world to me, linux that is..!06:04
surfaceRyuRhRt:  ps aux and pin point the x server and use kill -9 xserver uid06:04
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goldenmystladydoor: It doesn't show up here.06:04
carpediemTheH: I had 1080i running for a while, but I switched back to 540p because it seems to take less cpu but is identical in quality.06:04
TheHnice, so where can I start to configure this?06:04
redbladeskitche I have many Live CDs...06:04
ladydoorgoldenmyst: actually, close synaptic and in a terminal do sudo apt-get install epiphany-extensions06:04
kitchesurface: it will restart as long as gdm is set up to start automatically06:04
DarkMageZaSt3raL, does that thing even have a cdrom drive?06:04
ladydoor!epiphany-extensions06:05
TheHoh cool06:05
ubotuepiphany-extensions: Extensions for Epiphany web browser. In component main, is optional. Version 2.14.1.1-0ubuntu1 (dapper), package size 383 kB, installed size 1964 kB06:05
kitcheredblades I know backtrack can do it06:05
TheHeven better than 720p?06:05
carpediemtheseek3r: was a new world for me 3 years ago.  You'll be an expert before you know it.06:05
difetaDoes there exist a program that will help me push configuration changes to all the ubuntu desktops in my building?06:05
redbladeskitche can you walk me through it?06:05
aSt3raLDarkMageZ:  no06:05
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surfacekitche:  then kill gdm as well06:05
aSt3raLwhoa06:05
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kitcheredblades: think there is a readme about it on backtrack's webpage06:05
redbladesuhhh... okay... link?06:06
DarkMageZaSt3raL, you should beable to get ubuntu running on that thing, you'd probably have to do a network install or something06:06
goldenmystladydoor: That seems to work. Thanks06:06
theseek3rcarpediem: anyways, nice talking to you, have a nice day! It's 7:06 am here in Greece. :)06:06
ladydoorgoldenmyst: sweet06:06
carpediemtheseek3r: nice talking to you, good luck.06:07
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redbladeskitche ??06:07
carpediemTheH: let me see if I can dig up the guide I used....06:07
kitcheredblades hang on getting it06:07
redbladesOka06:07
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TheHthanks I really appreciate that06:07
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carpediemTheH: ah yes, this is for Fedora, but it woks for us too.  http://wilsonet.com/mythtv/mythhd.php.  I just kept messing with the line until I got what I wanted, because I don't have any Windows machines to run Powerstrip.06:08
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kitcheredblades: hmm you cna look up auditar also06:08
redbladeskitche  I should mention, I'm on dialup...06:09
TheHwell I did that the powestrip06:09
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TheHyesturday on fedora06:09
theseek3rcarpediem, thank you, seize the day!06:09
carpediemTheH: no, 720p is better than either 1080i or 540p.  But I don't have that.06:09
kitcheredblades: http://www.remote-exploit.org/index.php/Auditor_tools#Forensics06:10
carpediemTheH: so if you can get 720p, go for that.06:10
TheHI did the powestrip with windows for fedora and the modelines did anything06:10
TheHon fedora I could get the 720p picture to work, meaning no bluescreen, but the size was like a 4:306:10
TheHwith modelines it was the same06:11
redbladeskitche that's just a list...06:11
kitcheredblades: it shows programs that you can use though06:11
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kitchereblades: try apt-get install recover06:12
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redbladeskitche Hrm... :|06:12
carpediemTheH: sec, I'll tell you how to troubleshoot06:12
TheHawesome thank you!06:13
mineralehow can I install the native ati driver on my notebook ?06:13
kitcheredblades: recover is used to recover files from a ext2 partition06:13
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kitche!ati > minerale06:13
nai hi, my old laptop has kubuntu.... now for some odd reason after entering a right password and user login it always goes back to the login screen the desktop wont launch06:13
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xxyyzzIs there a command you can use (in terminal) to unzip a *.zip file?06:14
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wastrelunzip06:14
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xxyyzzWow, that was easy, heh.06:15
NthDegreexxyyzz, try unzip06:15
NthDegreelol06:15
malice_can someone please send me there sources.list I relaly messed mine up06:15
xxyyzzThanks heaps wastrel & NthDegree :))06:15
malice_really even06:15
RedGhostHello, my laptop has a touchpad (synaptic) and its very eratic, clicking and dragging for no reasonn, I've tried to configure it with synclient but it's still very messed up, someone got a fix?06:15
NthDegree!source-o-matic06:15
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic06:15
malice_and the back up is also screwed up06:15
NthDegree!source-o-matic06:15
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carpediemTheH: okay, how I troubleshot that was, I ran "startx -- -logverbose"  (yes, exactly like that).  Then, check your /var/log/Xorg.0.log06:15
malice_ty06:15
carpediemTheH: oops, wait06:16
TheHok06:16
carpediemTheH: "startx -- -logverbose 5" sorry, I left off the 5 before.06:16
carpediemTheH: it will tell you why it wouldn't run a particular modeline.06:16
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keeblerCan anyone point me in the right direction, as to why when I install the nvidia-glx driver for Ubuntu, it says an ATI Radeon 7000 is installed. When in actuality, its a GeForce4 Ti 4600 AGP?06:17
keeblerThe same drivers and same card worked on my older pe 500 system.06:17
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keeblerMoved the card to my Athlon XP 1600 on a A7N8X motherboard06:18
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TheHok , one thing I have been running ubuntu for now like 2 hours, is there a command line webpage for it or how to get serting things cuz I'm used to fedora06:18
TheHit works the same?06:18
malice_http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic it is asking for 2 letter code for my country I live in the us so would that be us?06:18
peija-kasTheN -- sec..06:18
redbladeskitche uhh.../ most of those links are either dead or... well one, http://recover.sourceforge.net/linux/recover/download.php3 had the source... but I don't know how t compile it!!!06:18
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peija-kashttp://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Main_Page TheN06:19
kitcheredblades: ubuntu has a package for it06:19
peija-kasbut most commands are the same of course06:19
keeblerAnyone have an idea about my problem?06:19
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peija-kasTheN - http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Dapper  u must mean something like this06:20
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keeblerI've tried changing the xorg.conf, to no avail06:20
surfaceTheH:  fedora and ubuntu are linux06:20
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peija-kasTheH http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Dapper06:20
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peija-kasTheH http://doc.gwos.org/index.php/Main_Page06:20
TheHnice thx06:20
DJAdmiralHey - anybody having trouble with installing the new flash player update?06:21
peija-kasread ur nick wrong first ;)06:21
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sirmasterboyhi06:21
peija-kasDjAdmiral yes the new flash bugs out06:21
nemikhello, how can i make ubuntu not close my apps and go to a login/startup screen after the screensaver becomes active? i only want a password on my screensaver, but not for the whole session to close!06:21
peija-kasget it staright from Macromedia page or wait a while06:21
peija-kasso they fix it06:21
DJAdmiralpeija-kas: oh okay06:21
sirmasterboywhere do i go to get the correct files to install compiz and xgl on ubuntu06:21
DJAdmiral!xgl06:21
ubotuCompiz (compositing (window) manager) and XGL (Xserver architecture layered on top of OpenGL) howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager XGL+compiz help in #ubuntu-xgl  See http://tinyurl.com/pw5ez for Kubuntu systems06:21
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DJAdmiralthere you go ^^06:21
myatthunemik, for me none of the apps closes when it goes to screen saver ..06:21
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carpediemTheH: the X.org stuff works pretty much the same as Fedora, if that's what you mean.06:22
nemikmyatthu, i set the screensaver to go on after 15 minutes and ask for a password. yet when i leave it for a hour or so and come back, it is at the startup/GDM prompt; when i log in the session was closed and all apps closed.06:22
redbladeskitche Gah!!! I just realised! I'm not even on ext2! I'm on ext3! I haven't restarted the computer or turned it off since the incident though...06:23
myatthunemik, hmms .. it hasn't happen for me before ... perhaps its a bug ? i leve my com on for whole night btw06:23
carpediemnemik: any chance one of the screensavers is crashing X?  I've seen it happen.06:23
nemikmyatthu, yea maybe a bug then. thanks for the help06:23
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TheHok look on fedora on the xorg I used a Option "hd720p" to make the component video work and display a clear picture , no widescreen but a 720p picture06:24
TheHdid you had to input that option?06:24
TheHor you only did mode line06:24
nemikcarpediem, perhaps, i have xgl and compiz and all that; i'm going to see if it does it when i choose a 'blank' screensaver rather than 'random'06:24
TheHcuz that guy there from the fedora powestrip thing had none06:24
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carpediemTheH: sorry, I know nothing about that option.06:25
RyuRhRthelp ! how to list the process runing with command?06:25
TheHi see so the way you did it was only with mode lines06:25
DJAdmiralRyuRhRt: ps aux06:26
carpediemTheH: most likely, that should work on ubuntu if it works on Fedora, esp since Ubuntu uses a newer X.org I think.06:26
carpediemTheH: yes, I did mode blocks, but its the same to X.06:26
RyuRhRtaux?06:26
mainerTheH: top,or for everything ps aux in gnome-terminal as super-user06:26
DJAdmiralRyuRhRt: the command is: ps aux06:26
RyuRhRtok thanks06:26
DJAdmiralanytime06:27
surfaceTheH:  i prefer htop06:27
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mainerbut ps aux shows more:)06:27
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carpediemwhy are we talking about top, he's asking about X modelines.06:27
zoidberghey guys i have a problem06:27
surfaceps aux goes with grep is useful06:27
DJAdmiral!ask06:27
ubotuDon't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)06:27
zoidberggxine wont play this .avi files i have anymore06:27
nxvl_hi, i'm having problems updating to edgy06:28
DJAdmiralodd.06:28
nxvl_i have some python problems06:28
zoidbergi'm pretyt sure it used to ....i dunno why its not playing them now06:28
DJAdmiralzoidberg: incorrect codec?06:28
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carpediemzoidberg: a divx?  you probably don't have the codecs installed.06:28
DJAdmiralzoidberg: Try them in Mplayer instead?06:28
zoidbergit says the Xine engine fialed to start: no demuxer found -streamformat not recognized06:28
DJAdmiralthere you go06:28
DJAdmiralno codec found06:28
zoidbergcaperdiem i did though....06:28
DJAdmiral!codec06:29
zoidbergit worked06:29
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about codec - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:29
zoidbergi dunno06:29
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surfacezoidberg:  u have any alternatives player? like mplayer?06:29
zoidbergi guess i can download the codecs again06:29
DJAdmiralmaybe you need to reinstall a codec.06:29
DJAdmiral!mp306:29
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/FreeFormats06:29
nxvl_i have heard there are some web page where the error and solution it's, but i dont have any text-based web-browser to go to the page06:29
zoidbergyeah mplayer doestn play it eitehrh06:29
surfacezoidberg:  i use to have 2 xine and mplayer06:29
zoidbergand it used to06:29
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nxvl_and mi graphical interface doesn't work because of the upgrade06:29
surfacenxvl_:  links can be a good command line web browser06:29
zoidbergi guess i can just download divx codecs for gxine and mplayer again....where and how do i do that again?06:30
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DJAdmiral!restricted06:30
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/FreeFormats06:30
DJAdmiralthere you go06:30
surfacezoidberg:  u can google it with mplayer xine ubuntu keyword, it should be a lots of info06:30
DJAdmiralor you can get it from the restrictedformats page06:31
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DJAdmiralanyway people06:31
DJAdmirali'd better head out06:31
DJAdmiralcya06:31
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nxvl_i can't bring my graphical interface up because of locales problem06:31
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carpediemTheH: I have to hit the sack.  If you are unsuccessful, send me a private message, or you can email me at dmartin@dmartin.org and I will try to help.06:32
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TheHthx so much! I will06:32
redbladeskitche would you say that there is very little hope of recovering it?06:32
kitcheredblades: yeah06:33
mainernxvl_: edit /etc/environment,or /etc/locales.alias06:33
redbladesI thought so. I'm greping *.eml06:33
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mainerxnvuse sudo prefix06:33
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harleypigCan anyone either help me with a sound problem or point me to a troubleshooting guide?  I have a kubuntu installation06:33
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nxvl_mainer: the whing is that im updating to edgy and my system crashed06:34
Dr_Willis!alsa06:34
ubotuIf you're having problems with sound, first ensure alsa is selected by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (Alsa Mixer). If you are still having problems with sound, then look at http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DebuggingSoundProblems06:34
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mom hi how come i my other accounts cant log in.... i have 4 accounts only this one is working,,, even the first accoutn wont login ....im using the correct user and password for sure. but when i hit log in button it comes back to the login screen without any warnings or what soever06:35
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mainernxvl_: edgy is experimental/testing whatever you want to call it,and not complete06:35
mombtw im using kubuntu06:35
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harleypigthns Dr_Willis06:35
eL_PuaSsdfind in xchat ??06:35
slugsworthAnyone know how to specify default icons (like for folders, removable media, etc) without hacking a theme rc file?06:35
nxvl_mainer: i know, i want to test it to help the developers :D06:36
mainernxvl_: but sounds like an xorg configuration problem06:36
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nxvl_mainer: no, i thing is an update problem06:36
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nxvl_mainer: some packages have been updated but some not06:37
nxvl_mainer: so mi xorg crashed06:37
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_FBiHello! :)06:37
mainernxvl_: as superuser try apt-get -f install06:37
mainernxvl_: its called dependency he**06:37
nxvl_mainer: it brings an openoffice problem, and with -f a python problem06:38
_FBithis is a really lame question...  how do I login as root in ubuntu?06:38
Flannel_FBi: you don't, use sudo instead06:38
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maineruse sudo prefix and your user passwd06:38
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jiSh_FBi: use sudo -i if you want a temporary root fix. otherwise preface your commands with sudo06:38
Healotsudo -i; enter your password when prompt...06:38
_FBiI was using that, but getting annoyed06:38
slugsworth_FBi: you CAN use root if you want to, you just have to set the password using the "passwd" command.06:38
Flannel!tell _FBi about sudo06:38
nxvl_a friend of mine told there were this problems and there is some web where this problems and solutions are, but i have no graphical system and no tex-based web browser06:39
Flannel_FBi: that'll explain why we use root, etc06:39
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nxvl_i can't also make an ssh conection06:39
Healotit is not recommended to set password for root account06:39
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slugsworthfor good reason.06:39
Flannelnxvl_: why no text based browsers?06:39
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slugsworthHow do I change the default icons in GNOME?06:39
mainer_FBi: in terminals su,enter passwd>as root type passwd06:39
_FBithanks for all your help gentle men!06:39
nxvl_Flannel: i can't install one because of apt's crash06:39
mainerenter new root passwd,and sudo still uses your regualr passwd06:39
Flannelnxvl_: did you have a working system prior?06:39
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nxvl_Flannel: so im in a problem, i need a web browser to fix my apt and apt to install a web-browser06:40
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_FBinext question: I would like to install drivers...  http://ipw3945.sourceforge.net/INSTALL06:40
Flannelnxvl_: did you already have a working system?06:40
nxvl_Flannel: no06:40
Flannelnxvl_: so, why not just reinstall then?06:41
Flannelnxvl_: no telling what else isn't installed correctly06:41
nxvl_Flannel: well, i use to have one, i have install whis ubuntu from breezy06:41
nxvl_the updated to dapper06:41
Flannelnxvl_: so, you have lynx then06:41
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nxvl_and now trying to update to edgy06:42
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Flannelnxvl_: #ubuntu+1 for edgy support, but lynx should be installed already06:42
nxvl_Flannel: it comes by default with breezy?06:42
Flannelnxvl_: yes06:42
nxvl_Flannel: mmm06:42
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nxvl_Flannel: there is not here06:42
nxvl_:S06:42
slugsworthCome on, _someone_ must know how to change system icons.  It can't be that difficult.06:42
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Flannelnxvl_: #ubuntu+1 for edgy questions, it's still in alpha06:43
alex222how do you move all files in adirectory to another one06:43
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nxvl_Flannel: i will go there, thnx06:43
slugsworthalex222: either drag and drop, or use 'mv' in a terminal06:43
surfacealex222:  mv /dir1 /dir206:43
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sessomg, these new VW commercials are absolutely TERRIBLE06:43
surfacealex222:  mv /dir1/* /dir206:43
sessIm actually getting angry after having seen this06:43
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jared777I have a shortcut on my destop for windows NTFS mounted partition but it won't let me access it.  How do I modify the desktop entry to allow me access?06:44
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slugsworthjared777: I'm not sure if there's support for NTFS read/write yet, but it's probably not a good idea...06:44
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Flannelslugsworth: read is plenty fine06:44
Flannel!tell jared777 about ntfs06:45
jared777I can read it from a terminal if i use a sudo command to get to the dir06:45
Healotthere is, but really experimental06:45
variantlo all, i have aiglx installed and running properly with xfce4 but i dont get any wobble or anything.. do i need to replace xfwm4 with compiz or somthing?06:45
cablesm102Can anyone tell me how to clear results from Beagle, for example all web pages indexed?06:45
Flanneljared777: read the page ubotu sent you06:45
slugsworthI prefer sticking to ext2 - there's an installable file system for windows06:45
Flannelvariant: #ubuntu-xgl06:45
variantFlannel: aiglx06:45
jared777I want a link on the desktop to link directly to it how to i get it to run as root automatically?06:45
Laptop765Hey, does anyone know why after a reboot Ubuntu has seemingly stopped accepting connections to SSH and Ventrilo from only 1 computer (i.e. 4 others were able to connect to Ventrilo)?06:46
slugsworthI want to change icons.  Surely it can be done?06:46
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cablesm102jared, you want to make a link that will let you run something as root06:47
Flanneljared777: you don't, you change the way it was mounted, read the link ubotu sent you06:47
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cablesm102jared, do you want to make a link that runs the program as root?06:47
J-_are mp3 players plug and play devices under linux too, or do i have to get a driver?06:48
cablesm102J-_, they are plug and play06:48
cablesm102in ubuntu at least, they should show up as drives06:48
PopeOfWarI need help installing my Network Controller06:48
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J-_cool, thanks06:48
HealotJ-_, including you iPod06:48
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J-_don't have an ipod =D might get one tomorrow06:48
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cablesm102J-_, Amarok has good ipod support06:49
jbmigelJ-_ drm is bad06:49
PopeOfWarJ-_: I would suggest getting a Creative Zen06:49
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jbmigelya them are betterer06:49
cablesm102jbmigel, iPod != DRM06:49
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J-_hmm, how much do they run in comparison to an ipod?06:49
cablesm102if he wants an ipod, he can use it in Amarok drm-free06:49
THX-1138Wuld it be okay to ask how to fix jagged fonts in world of warcraft. (lol - i comepletely understand if you say no.)06:50
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cablesm102J-_, Creative makes craploads of models, check them out.06:50
J-_k cool06:50
jbmigelcablesml02 my ipod is broken and i need to install windows to upgrade the rom... that is bad too06:50
J-_thanks for the info06:50
cablesm102jbmigel, do you have any friends that you haven't converted to linux yet?06:50
jbmigelno06:50
PopeOfWarJ-_: A 30GB Zen is $300, and a 30GB iPod is $250, but the Zen shows 6 times as many colors, and has greater sound quality than the iPod06:50
jbmigel:)06:50
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cablesm102ah. It's good to keep one around :)06:51
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_FBi!driver06:51
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about driver - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:51
WaterbouMentioning iPods, is there an easy way to upload videos to the iPod?06:51
PopeOfWarAnd I'm talking about the Zen Vision:M06:51
J-_i might just get an ipod nano06:51
cablesm102until Edgy comes out with Amarok 1.4, I reboot to windows to update my ipod06:51
cablesm102all my crap is in AAC06:51
PopeOfWarWaterbou: iTunes is the only way.06:51
_FBihttp://ipw3945.sourceforge.net/INSTALL  could anyone help me with this install?06:51
ubunterhi. what default number should i type in menu.lst to start windows on default?06:51
PopeOfWarWell, the only easy way, at least...06:51
THX-1138Ubuntu is the best. - You can keep all the windows viruses and trojans, lack of configurability, closed source, etc,06:51
WaterbouPopeOfWar, is it possible to run iTunes in Ubuntu?  Well, easily?06:52
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cablesm102Waterbou, it doesn't work properly in Wine06:52
Killgoresteam?06:52
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cablesm102ubunter, I think you need to move the Windows option to the top06:52
PopeOfWarI have no clue... but you either can, or you can't, there won't be an easy way and a hard way06:52
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Flannelubunter: whichever the number (count from zero) down windows is06:53
cablesm102PopeOfWar, I suggest going to winehq.org and checking out the AppDB06:53
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THX-1138Would Cedega work ny better for itunes? - It handles disk copy protection schemes and directX gracefuly06:53
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_FBiPlease I'm a little lost with this install...  it's not very big, just need a little guidence06:53
cablesm102Check their list06:53
Killgorebut cedega isnt free06:53
cablesm102FBi, I'll check it out06:53
ubunterFlannel - thanks06:54
PopeOfWarI am new to Linux, and I need some help installing my Network Controller drivers... can somebody give me instructions?06:54
Healot_FBi, ask ahead06:54
Flannel!tell _FBi about compile06:54
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Flannel_FBi: that page explains a lot about what oyure doing06:54
THX-1138True enough. - though Free as in beer isn't everything.06:54
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ubunterbut ubuntu doesn`t allow me to save what i wrote in menu.lst06:54
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cablesm102ubunter06:54
jbmigeli heard the other day that shuttleworth has spent $20M on ubuntu so far. wow eh?06:54
cablesm102here's what you do06:54
KillgorePopeOfWar, didnt ubuntu automatically install them?06:55
cablesm102open the terminal, and type gksudo /boot/grub/menu.lst06:55
andaraonehey guys i was just wondering what if any burning apps you used for cd/dvd06:55
_FBiFlannel, it's about