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klos__anyone here uses cairo-dock12:01
micael71ladydoor many tor privoxy12:02
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ladydoormicael71: are you sure it's a graphical program and not a daemon or something?12:02
torchiehmm12:02
Genixanyone have compiz and xgl working on amd64?12:03
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torchiefor some reason nobody seems to know what the problem is when it says "failed to allocate mem resource" after "uncompressing Linux... Ok, booting the kernel."12:03
pocholohey12:03
micael71it is a grafic in xp12:03
birdfishDoes anyone have a 6.06 server and wouldn't mind e-mailing me their ssl.conf file from the apache2/mods-available directory?  I accidentally overwrote mine while creating a symlink =/12:03
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ladydoormicael71: so is rar12:04
pocholocomo configuro el wifi?12:04
georgy_!it12:04
ubotuVai su #ubuntu-it o su #kubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie!12:04
sureshoti cant get an answer in the #berly or the #aiglx or #xgl channel can someone tell me if beryl is compatiable to dapper drake12:04
ladydoortorchie: i get the same error, but then it proceeds to boot.12:04
w30I have a printserver on 192.169.1.250(ipp protocol) and I cna print but the job never finishes (but it prints from the printer). I have to cancel the job by hand. What do I need in my cupsd.conf to make the printer tell cups on my box that the printing took place?12:04
micael71ladydoor ok i will see if it is working12:04
ladydoormicael71: cool.12:04
stu_ah, im trying to use 32bit drivers in 64bit - doh12:04
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kyjaADVISE: those of you with dule core proccessors.http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Dapper#How_to_enable_Multicore_Support    What a difference it makes !!12:04
godtvisk1nWhen attempting to install Windows XP through VMware in linux, the windows install says it cannot find any harddrives. What should I do?12:05
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torchie"PCI: Failed to allocate mem resource"12:05
torchiehmm12:05
pocholowho config the wifi conex12:05
torchiedoes that have anything to do with the ram?12:05
ladydoorkyja: "advice" is a noun. "advise" is a verb.12:05
Agrajaggodtvisk1n: did you add a hard disk to the virtual machine?12:05
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kyjalol thx ladydoor12:06
ladydoorkyja: sorry.12:06
Agrajaggodtvisk1n: and if so, is it SCSI or IDE?12:06
sureshoti cant get an answer in the #berly or the #aiglx or #xgl channel can someone tell me if beryl is compatiable to dapper drake12:06
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kyjanot at all a problem ladydoor ;-12:06
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kyja)12:06
godtvisk1nAgrajag: i think i did, it says SCSI. see this screenshot: http://img208.imageshack.us/img208/7306/vmharddiskcx6.png12:06
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Agrajaggodtvisk1n: remove that disk, and add an IDE disk.12:06
AgrajagI don't think the XP installer knows what to do with the SCSI controll that VMware virtualizes.12:07
collierhow many is soup?12:07
godtvisk1nAidamina: or i should install an IDE?12:07
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ladydoorsureshot: http://swik.net/beryl+dapper12:07
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ladydoorsureshot: google is your friend.12:07
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birdfishNo one has a 6.06 server?12:08
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sureshotdont have very good luck with google ladydoor but thanks for your help been working on this all day and trying to find answers i am a newbi and strugle an strugle thanks anyway12:08
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godtvisk1nAgrajag: ok, thank you12:09
ANTDx1Hi guys12:09
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kbeebirdfish: got in late on your question you want 6.06 server is that it12:09
ladydoorsureshot: it's always good to look. i should mention that this was the *first result* that came up.12:09
ANTDx1I have sort of a large problem.  Ubuntu 6.06 is not booting.  It starts, but then it hangs during the stage when it loads the hardware components.12:10
sureshotk12:10
AvagantTime to burn a new cd, ANTD.12:10
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AvagantHaha12:10
AvagantThese burned cd's don't last very long.12:10
godtvisk1nAgrajag: i don't see any options to add an IDE disk12:10
AvagantI've had to reinstall ubuntu 3 times, and each time it gets slower and slower.12:10
ANTDx1Avagant, I have it installed on a partition.12:10
godtvisk1nAgrajag: never mind12:10
AvagantHmms.12:10
Agrajaggodtvisk1n: o hok12:11
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Genixanyone have compiz and xgl working on amd64?12:11
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bm0nkCan i paste a link to my post on ubuntu forums here by any chance???12:11
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georgy_ANTDx1, : a laptop ?12:11
AvagantAs long as it is ubuntu related, I guess they wouldn't see a problem with it.12:11
we2byGenix, yes, running 32bit ubuntu12:11
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we2byit is now called beryl12:11
ANTDx1It has been working.  One item of note: the light corresponding to my broadcom wireless card, which I just recently got to work, keeps blinking when it stalls during boot.12:11
kbeebm0nk: why not as long as ubuntu related12:11
ANTDx1georgy_, yes.12:11
Genixwe2by i meant on 64 ubuntu12:11
bm0nkhttp://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=27008412:11
bm0nkthanks12:11
georgy_ANTDx1, : wich one12:12
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ANTDx1I think it's 4318...i can't remember the exact one.  The laptop is an HP zv600012:12
ladydoorbm0nk: did you do sudo ndiswrapper -m12:12
ladydoor?12:12
ladydoorbm0nk: also, you're not using the one from the repos? it's functional.12:13
Genixseems like i can't compile anything on x6412:13
bm0nkladydoor : havent done the 1st...and....umm...12:13
ladydoorGenix: did you install build-essential?12:13
kitcheANTDx1: it keeps blinking due to trying to get an ip address most likely12:13
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bm0nki just thought the most recent version would have been better12:13
ladydoorbm0nk: after you do the sudo ndiswrapper -m, try running sudo ifup wlan012:13
ladydoorbm0nk: it might be, i don't know.12:14
ANTDx1Why would it be doing that?  I've only used wired connection on my laptop with Ubuntu12:14
bm0nkladydoor thanks12:14
bm0nkill look12:14
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ladydoorbm0nk: cool.12:14
sureshoti guess beryl is not compatible to ati cards12:14
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kitchesureshot sure it is12:15
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LilRayRayhi all, I am having trouble installing ndiswrapper12:15
bm0nkladydoor : modprobe config already contains alias directive12:15
ANTDx1And more importantly, how can I tell my wireless card not to try to get an IP during boot?12:15
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sureshoti will try google again kitche but i keep comeing up with nvidia and nothing for ati12:15
[arcanux] Hi, I'm trying to put the fonts in the "Applications", "Places"..etc menus smaller, but when I go to Font Preferences and change them the changes don't have any effect in the menus, can anybody help me ?12:15
Genixladydoor: what is build essential?12:16
tuxtuxnotte a tutti12:16
ladydoor!build-essential12:16
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!)12:16
almimonii install php & apache server but php dosnt work what i should to do in file: /usr/share/php5/php.ini-dist12:16
LilRayRayI unzip the ndiswrapper tar and then I type "make uninstall" like it says and I get an error12:16
ladydoorbm0nk: hmmmm...perhaps in #ndiswrapper they can help?12:16
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Flannel!tell almimoni about lamp12:16
ladydoorLilRayRay: you need to do ./configure first...it's important to read INSTALL & README12:17
LilRayRaythere is a channel?12:17
ladydoorLilRayRay: that's why theyr'e in all caps12:17
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sureshotkitche i me miffed ust say i am sorry the other channels i got nothing but smart remarks and such i dont mean to be mean here sorry if i have sounded a littl12:17
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kitcheLilRayRay: you trying to install it or uninstall since make uninstall uninstalls it after you compile it12:17
almimonithanx12:17
bm0nkladydoor : lol i didnt even think to go there12:17
ladydoorbm0nk: haha...common problem12:17
sureshotkitche i must say i am sorry the other channels i got nothing but smart remarks and such i dont mean to be mean here sorry if i have sounded a little miffed12:17
sureshotthare12:17
kitchesureshot: well I know it works with ati, since it's the same setup pretty much just the driver is different12:17
LilRayRayhmm, the install instructions that came with it arent very good12:18
micael71ladydoor i think i got the privoxy to work but not tor12:18
bm0nkladydoor : feel like an idiot now :P12:18
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ladydoorLilRayRay: right...but you can't skip steps12:18
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ladydoorbm0nk: nah12:18
kitchesureshot: I haven't used beryl since they changed the name but I know people that use ati with it12:18
ANTDx1Does anyone have any advice for how I can get my wireless card to quit looking for an IP on boot?12:18
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LilRayRaythere wasnt a "./configure" step in it12:18
zaxorI am thinking about trying a different video driver for this laptop. I want to backup what ever i can so i can restore my old drivers If the new driver does not work . how would i do this?12:18
ladydoormicael71: hmmmm...i don't actually know about setting up tor, sorry12:18
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kitcheANTDx1: yes disable the card12:18
ANTDx1how do I do that during boot?12:18
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ladydoorANTDx1: install BUM, the boot-up manager.12:19
seatouch!xvid12:19
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  -  See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html  -  But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats12:19
ladydoorANTDx1: that'll allow you to edit what runs at boot12:19
sureshotthanks kitche again just apologizing for attitude this is a nice channel the others if you are lucky enough to get an answer its like buy better hardware12:19
ladydoorANTDx1: but BE CAREFUL.12:19
georgy_ANTDx1, : sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces and uncomment the line with ethX auto12:19
kitchezacor: just backup /etc/X11/xorg.conf12:19
ANTDx1alright12:19
ANTDx1so how do i get into my system now12:19
ANTDx1because right now I'm on my windows partition12:19
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[arcanux] How can I change the font size of the folders in /home ?12:20
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xenoNfluXanyone familiar with setting up phpMyAdmin?12:20
kitcheANTDx1: you have to reboot but if it freezes you have to chroot into the system chroot means change root12:20
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zaxorkitche ok is there a command to back it up? also when i want to revert back to my old driver what command would i  use?12:20
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Flannelzaxor: just copy it, sudo cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.old or whatever12:21
kitchezaxor: sudo cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf xorg.conf.bak will back it up and you do the opposite to get the config back12:21
Flannelzaxor: and then to revert you'd just copy it back12:21
ANTDx1how do I do chroot?  I'm sort of a newbie to Ubuntu and Linux as a whole12:21
Spydoes anyone can help me please ? ... Since i installed Ubuntu on my HDD, my USB Cable Modem don't work but worked with Live CD.12:21
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georgy_ANTDx1, : disable your wifi in the bios ?12:21
ANTDx1you can do that?12:22
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kitcheANTDx1: is your card pcmcia?12:22
ANTDx1I believe so12:22
w30cupsd keeps changing my owner of error_log from lpadmin to lp and I need the file to be owned by lpadmin. How do I get cupsd to not change it or to change it to lpadmin?12:22
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su1kawho can help me some ?12:22
su1kaabout torrent and freebsd ?12:23
stu_what window manager does xfce use? my beryl just went tits up and I cant do anything12:23
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Flannelsu1ka: er, what?  this is #ubuntu12:23
kitcheANTDx1: this is a desktop or a notebook by chance since I want to make sure that you get the right instructions12:23
oxEzHi, I plan to try Edgy Eft this week, and I wonder if using my current kernel's config (on gentoo, kernel-2.6.18), I could compile my kernel on ubuntu without any trouble? (I only have the minimum stuff in my .config).. I'm asking since I don't know if ubuntu requires 'x' module or 'y' one..12:23
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ANTDx1Notebook.12:23
ANTDx1HP Pavilion zv600012:23
kitchestu_: xfce uses xfwm you have to disable that to use beryl12:23
Flannel!tell oxEz about kernel12:23
FlanneloxEz: that's for breezy, but edgy should be same steps, just different versions12:24
kitcheNTDx1: ok so it's a pcmcia most likely you can remove the card if it's a pcmcia12:24
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ANTDx1disable it on bios, you mean?12:25
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kitcheANTDx1: you can if you have that option12:25
ANTDx1I'll try that and see what happens12:25
oxEzFlannel: I see, thanks12:25
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ja1can you recommend any package suitable for ISPs. Bandwidth filtering, trafic counting, user accounts etc ?12:26
Hobo_JoeSorry can anyone point me to the Ubuntu Channel?12:26
kitcheANTDx1: but if it's pcmcia you can just remove it but from what you said it's built in12:26
oxEzFlannel: Would it work if I do it the manual way, make && make modules_install ?12:26
Hobo_JoeServer channel*?12:26
ANTDx1oh it is built in i think12:26
ANTDx1i cant remove it12:26
stu_#ubuntu-server12:26
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stu_^ double click that12:26
FlanneloxEz: I don't see why not12:26
ANTDx1well i know its built in12:26
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w30What's the owner and group of /var/log/cups/error_log supposed to be?12:27
ANTDx1anyway, I'm going to try disabling it in the bios and see if that can be done12:27
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kitcheANTDx1: ok there should be an option in your bios then12:27
oxEzFlannel: that was the goal of my visit here.. since I know ubuntu loads a lot of things at boot time, I was wondering if I needed any *special* thing for ubuntu to enable in .config12:27
maccam94hmmm... i've got no sound :-(. sis7012, modules snd_intel8x0 and snd_ac97_codec are loaded, all the mixer levels are maxed12:27
maccam94esd is running12:28
Genixanyone know how to get xchat working on a 64 bit install?12:28
kitcheoxEz: it loads everything as a module so more people can use it without them compiling a kernel themselves12:28
FlannelGenix: there shouldn't be anything special to get working12:28
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w30Genix, mine just works after I installed it.12:28
stu_whats the name of hte file you edit for network config?12:28
Genixi try to configure it and i get errors12:29
stu_define IP adresses etc12:29
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oxEzkitche: Alright, so I guess it loads what was compiled as module, so I could be OK with my minimal kernel :]  thanks12:29
FlannelGenix: what errors?12:29
FlannelGenix: and, why not just use the one in the repositories?12:29
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Genixhmm12:29
Genixdidn't see one in there12:29
FlannelGenix: in main is xchat-gnome, universe has plain xchat12:30
kitchestu_: you meant he text file since there is many ways to do what you want in ubuntu the most common one is though the gui12:30
main2when i start tightvncserver with sudo, i still see a access denied error in my log file (it wont open the desktop) access to /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc: Access Denied12:30
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main2am i overlooking something, or what am i doing wrong? :)12:30
GenixFlannel: thank you12:30
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collier_Ok Im back12:30
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collier_I need help with this now12:30
markcis it possible to use nvidia drivers with edgy yet ?12:31
georgy_maccam94,  : try that : rmmod snd-intel8x0, then modprobe snd-intel8x0m, then rmmod snd-intel8x0 and last thing modprobe snd-intel 8x0. I have the same soundcard and sometimes i have to do this to get sound12:31
kitchecollier_: help with what?12:31
Flannelmarkc: #ubuntu+1 but, I believe so12:31
maccam94georgy_: k, i'll give it a try12:31
collier_Umm java12:31
collier_I installed it12:31
markcFlannel: than you12:31
collier_Now I need to enable it12:31
kitchecollier_: ok you want the java-plugin?12:31
georgy_maccam94, : third command rmmod snd-intel8x0m12:32
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collier_no I want java to work so I can run frostwire12:32
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Flannelcollier_: enable it?  once you install the package it enables itself12:32
maccam94georgy_: ERROR: Module snd_intel8x0 is in use12:32
collier_well frostwire dont work12:32
collier_it needs java still12:32
w30can somebody tell me what the group and owner of their /va/log/cups/error_log is?12:32
maccam94!google ubuntu guide frostwire12:32
kitchecollier_: ok you probably have to add the java path to your $PATH12:32
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about google ubuntu guide frostwire - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:32
w30can somebody tell me what the group and owner of their /var/log/cups/error_log is?12:32
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Flannel!tell collier_ about frostwire12:32
tRSShey guys! quick question. i reinstalled winxp. grub was lost, so I reinstalled grub on mbr. now winxp boots fine, but when i boot ubuntu, i get this error: "error 15: file not found"12:32
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collier_kitche: how do I do that12:33
kitche!frostwire > kitche12:33
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Avagant!xmms > kitche12:33
ShatterI just install ubuntu and it's overwhelming me.12:33
cello_raspany icewm users can help me get the wallpaper working? i have it referred to in proferences file (full path) but the jpg still doesnt show :|12:33
tRSSi have tried the wiki page about restoring ubuntu after winxp install12:33
kitcheumm Avagant?12:33
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collier_I need to type sudo update-alternatives --config java12:33
AvagantWait.12:33
AvagantNo nicotine is better.12:33
FlanneltRSS: did winXP overwrite your boot partition, by any chance?12:33
AvagantNicotine is alot better.12:33
Avagant<3 soulseek.12:33
cyber_brain_mfkghow to setup wine to use 3d (because when i start game in 3d mod it says that theres no 3d drivers - but i've installed glx for nvidia)12:34
cyber_brain_mfkg:(12:34
Flannelcello_rasp: you might try #icewm12:34
tRSSFlannel: win xp erased grub from mbr. , so I reinstalled it on mbr12:34
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cello_raspthanks Flannel12:34
kitchecollier_: you have to do sudo update-alternatives --config java then select the alternative that includes "sun" in the name.12:34
collier_When I type sudo update-alternatives --config java it tells me to enter my pass I do and I get bash: mypassword: command not found12:34
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zaxorwhats the name of the dri ati driver? im trying to figure out how to install it12:35
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tRSSFlannel: this has worked for me in the past, but for some reason or another, I am getting this weird error: error 15: file not found12:35
FlanneltRSS: right, but you still have a /boot/?  oh. did you shuffle harddrives, by an chance?12:35
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collier_kitche why is that?12:35
tRSSnope. but i have added another hdd12:35
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tRSSjust today12:35
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tRSSdo you think , that is causing the problem, Flannel?12:36
kitchecollier_: that is odd it shouldn't be doing that12:36
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FlanneltRSS: well, if the HD number has changed for the ubuntu one, then yeah, it'll be looking on hd(0,5) or whatnot, and it won't be there.12:36
zaxorwhats the name of the dri ati driver? im trying to figure out how to install it12:36
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kitcheAvagant: but why did you send me information about xmms sicne i just wanted to see what the frostwire help said12:36
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Flannel!tell zaxor about ati12:37
collier_kitche, what should I do?12:37
tRSSFlannel: the HDD number can't change, because the HDD I have added today is a slave to the primary (which has Ubuntu)12:37
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collier_oh wait12:37
tRSSand besides, I can chroot into it from a rescue cd12:38
collier_ok I got it12:38
FlanneltRSS: then no, that wouldn't have caused it.  However, error 15 is grub saying it can't find the second stage12:38
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collier_now which one do I choose?12:38
kitchecollier_: you installed sun's java right? you would choose the sun option12:38
collier_theres 2 with sun12:38
collier_      3        /usr/lib/jvm/java-1.5.0-sun/jre/bin/java12:38
collier_      4        /usr/lib/jvm/ia32-java-1.5.0-sun/jre/bin/java12:38
micael71ladydoor sorry was away and trying to get it to work12:38
kitchecollier_: ok choose the 3rd one12:39
tRSSFlannel: this doesn't make sense. hold one, let me tell you what I have in my menu.1st file12:39
micael71anyone here that have tor and privoxy12:39
blindMy VNC server won't work. I try to connect to it, it says unable to connect. I try to run Xvnc, it says it's running on display 0 -- so why won't it connect?12:39
collier_it worked :)12:39
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collier_thank you12:39
ANTDx1Alright12:39
ANTDx1so I disabled the card using bios and it still got stuck on boot, on the step 'loading manual drivers'12:40
collier_I have another question12:40
collier_When I put in my USB12:40
collier_and I click it under computer12:40
tRSSFlannel: I think, i see the problem. When I mount the disk ubuntu from a rescue cd, it tells me that ubuntu is on /dev/hda3, but when I do a df, it tells me that /dev/hda2 is mounted on /12:40
collier_it dont work12:40
blindcollier_: define don't work12:40
mazare3-bombahi guys12:40
kitchecollier_: you might have to mount the usb manually12:40
cpk2!doesnt work12:40
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about doesnt work - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:40
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cpk2!doesntwork12:40
collier_how?12:40
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about doesntwork - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:40
blindlol cpk212:40
cpk2awww12:40
godtvisk1nHey, I removed a harddrive from my virtual machine in VMware, but it doesn't seem to actually remove it from the disk, because it is still taking up space. How can I permanently remove it?12:40
blindcollier_: what doesn't it do?12:41
cpk2i forget what it is12:41
kitchecollier_: is your system IDE?12:41
kitchecpk2 I think it's work12:41
kitche!work12:41
ubotuDoesn't work is a strong statement. Does it sit on the couch all day? Does it want more money? Is it on IRC all the time? Please be specific! Examples of what doesn't work tend to help too.12:41
collier_IDE?12:41
blindhe's using a USB drive, kitche12:41
AvagantSomeone say my name?12:41
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kitcheblind: I know that but if he has SATA his drives will be different12:41
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blindkitche: oh, didn't know that ;o12:42
collier_How do I know what I have?12:42
kitcheAvagant: yes I did asked why you sent me info about xmms12:42
mazare3-bombaI updated my kernel using the software updates program to 2.6.15-27-386 and my dlink dwl 520g is not working with it12:42
AvagantOh, I didn't notice you were looking for a p2p.12:42
AvagantI thought you were looking for a player.12:42
cpk2i think it usually mounts usb as sda regardless if its sata or not12:42
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ANTDx1kitche: any suggestions as to what to do from here?  I tried disabling the wireless card in bios, and Ubuntu was still trying to use it with ndiswrapper12:42
kitchecpk2: sda on a SATA will be the hard drive12:42
micael71!tor12:42
ubotutor: anonymizing overlay network for TCP. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.1.0.16-1ubuntu2.1 (dapper), package size 608 kB, installed size 1120 kB12:42
Hobo_Joehas anyone managed to get ndiswrapper to run on Edgy? using the -10 kernel?12:43
collier_!tor12:43
kitchecollier_: open up a terminal12:43
collier_ok12:43
FlannelHobo_Joe: #ubuntu+1 for edgy questions12:43
cpk2kitche: yes, but an IDE hard drive connected via usb mounts as sda as well i am pretty sure12:43
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Hobo_Joeok12:43
micael71!privoxy12:43
ubotuprivoxy: Privacy enhancing HTTP Proxy. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.0.3-5 (dapper), package size 1504 kB, installed size 2852 kB12:43
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mazare3-bombait gives me a SIOCGIFFLAGS: error no such device12:43
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kitchecpk2: that's usb usb is serial in nature that's why it has sda device12:43
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collier_kitche: I have open a terminal12:44
mazare3-bombaafter updating my kernel my dlink wifi 520g is not working and I get a SIOCGIFFLAGS: error no such device12:44
w30can somebody tell me what the group and owner of their /var/log/cups/error_log is?12:44
kitchecollier_: ok type in mount -t vfat /dev/sda1 <mountpoint> mount point can be /mnt/usb12:45
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kitchecollier_: make sure that /mnt/usb exists first12:45
ANTDx1Does anyone have any ideas as to how to boot into ubuntu and forcing it to pass the step where it attempts to use the built-in wireless on my system?12:45
Warboanyone need help (with something I know)?12:45
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WarboANTDx1: Do you know the driver module name? You could blacklist it12:45
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georgy_Warbo : he can't boot into ubuntu12:46
ANTDx1Warbo: I know it uses ndiswrapper...I think it's like bcm4380 but i'm not sure.  also: i have to boot into it to do that.12:46
w30Warbo, what's the group name of your /var/log/cups/error_log file?12:46
ANTDx1If i can boot into it, I don't need to disable it12:46
Warbogeorgy_: It just involves editing a file though. That can be done from DSL or similar12:46
collier_kitche: mount -t vfat /dev/sda1 <mountpoint> mount point can be /mnt/usb <-- what do I put for <mountpoint>12:46
Flannelw30: root lpadmin12:46
kitchecollier_: can be anything but you can use /mnt/usb12:46
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Flannelw30: and, 64412:46
ANTDx1I'd prefer if at all possible an option that doesn't require me to get the live disc out and attempt to mount my Ubuntu partition12:46
kitchecollier_: it's safe to use /mnt/usb anyways12:46
Warbo"-rw-r--r-- 1 cupsys lp 80 2006-10-02 16:35 /var/log/cups/error_log"12:47
cpk2ANTDx1: ctrl c12:47
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collier_mount: only root can do that12:47
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Warbo!sudo12:47
ubotusudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.12:47
Flannelcollier_: sudo mount12:47
kitchecollier_: have to use sudo12:47
w30Flannel, Mine keeps changing to lp even though I make it lpadmin. cupsd does it but I don't know how.12:47
ANTDx1cpk2: can I use ctrl c during boot?12:47
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micael71anyone useing tor and privoy i need help12:47
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Flannelw30: file a bug?  that does seem odd.12:48
cpk2ANTDx1: yeh i would assume you do it while its configuring network interfaces, thats probably when it tries to bring up the wireless12:48
Warbomicael71: I have installed it but haven't enabled it for Epiphany yet (I have used it before though). What's the trouble?12:48
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ANTDx1I can try.  it stops during the step "loading manual drivers" on the boot screen12:48
collier_collier@collier-desktop:~$ sudo in mount -t  vfat /dev/sda1 /mnt/usb12:48
collier_sudo: in: command not found12:48
Flannelcollier_: no in12:48
micael71Warbo i have installed it too but i still have the same ip12:48
cpk2ANTDx1: i suppose you could try to ctrl c that then =P12:49
nexeussudo in???12:49
ANTDx1would that work?12:49
w30Flannel, their is according to google but no answers other than urgency medium or something like that12:49
collier_mount: mount point /mnt/usb does not exist12:49
nexeus sudo  mount -t  vfat /dev/sda1 /mnt/usb12:49
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Warbomicael71: You need to route privoxy through TOR, then set privoxy's port as your proxy in your browser (the guide explains this, but I may as well set mine up now as well)12:49
kitchecollier_: you have to make the folder then sudo mkdir /mnt/usb12:49
Warbomicael71: You will still have the same IP from ifconfig and stuff, but those you connect to through an app using privoxy/tor as proxy will not be able to get it12:50
micael71Warbo:then we might set it up together12:50
collier_In /mnt?12:50
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collier_I just tryed but it said I dont have permissions12:50
Warbomicael71: yup. You have the packages installed? (that is as far as I have got)12:50
kitchecollier_: yes did you use sudo when you tried12:50
micael71warbo i have it on xp12:50
collier_ok12:51
w30Flannel, what Ubuntu are you using?12:51
Flannelw30: Breezy12:51
collier_mount: /dev/sda1 already mounted or /mnt/usb busy12:51
collier_mount: according to mtab, /dev/sda1 is mounted on /12:51
w30Flannel, thanks12:51
micael71Warbo yes they are installed12:51
CoolrazorIs it possible to make a Linux cluster with old pcs to run a game with great specs (i.e. HL2)?  Basically, make one supercomputer.12:51
Warbomicael71: I recommended it to someone on XP, but they found it too hard to set up and I don't have a license to use Windows12:51
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kitchecollier_: ok you have SATA then12:51
collier_I cant do it?12:52
kitchecollier_: change /dev/sda1 to /dev/sdb1 when you try to mount it12:52
micael71Warbo for me in xp it was very easy12:52
w30Warbo, what distro version are you using?12:52
FlannelCoolrazor: not really for a game, no.  Since the game isn't designed for distributed computing.  Google "Beowulf cluster" for more details12:52
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collier_collier@collier-desktop:~$ sudo  mount -t  vfat /dev/sdb1 /mnt/usb12:52
collier_mount: special device /dev/sdb1 does not exist12:52
micael71Warbo so how do i config tor or privoxy12:53
kitchecollier_: ok now that is a bug it seems like12:53
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CoolrazorFlannel: thanks a bunch ;)12:53
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Warbomicael71: I am on the help wiki right now.........12:53
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Warbow30: Dapper12:53
collier_:/12:53
Warbo(6.06.1)12:53
micael71warbo ok12:53
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w30Warbo, ok me too, thanks12:54
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collier_So I cant do it?12:54
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MJhey people12:54
kitchecollier_: well you can but the way I was gonna do it you can't for some reason12:54
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SonicChao!midi12:55
ubotuTrouble playing midi files? Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MidiSoftwareSynthesisHowTo12:55
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MJanyone in here help me with a routing/iptables (im pretty sure its routeing) problem?12:55
nexeuscollier_, try to unmount everything and mount the usb the mount everything could that work12:55
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kitchenexeus: if he umounts everything which he can't since /dev/sda1 is his /12:56
sureshotkitche i think i got it running i have the red dimond in the upper left corner thanks for your help now just got to figure it out12:56
nexeusok12:56
ic56kitche, collier_ for removable media in Ubuntu, please adhere to the convention of creating mountpoints under /media -- not /mnt/.  Nautilus is configured to notice that place as special.12:56
Warbomicael71: Right. Run this "sudo nano /etc/privoxy/config"12:56
Lunar_Lampi have a problem i dont understand.  i confiugured my laptop to use alt+end to be XF86NextTrack - and it skisp track in amarok when any window is selected.  i have configured the "forward" arrow on my usb keyboard plugged into my laptop to be XF86NextTrack also, but it will only work when amarok is the focused window <== can anyone help here?12:56
collier_?12:57
sureshotjack_sparrow are you on yet my friend12:57
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collier_so instead of /mnt/ /media?12:57
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ANTDx1Ok.....next idea?12:57
fluvvelldoes anyone know how to change the maximum number of open files from 1024 to a higher number?12:57
ic56collier_: yes.  /media instead of /mnt/.  This won't fix your current problem but you might as well get that right in the first place.12:58
sureshotkitche what video card are you running my xgl seems a little sluggish was wondering if there are some options i could set to speed it up12:58
ANTDx1It appears as though I cannot ctrl c during boot12:58
Warbomicael71: At the top of that file add the line "forward-socks4a / localhost:9050 ."12:58
ANTDx1does anyone have any idea how I can make Ubuntu quit trying to use my wireless card?12:58
collier_collier@collier-desktop:~$ sudo  mount -t  vfat /dev/sdb1 /media/usb12:58
collier_mount: special device /dev/sdb1 does not exist12:58
georgy_ANTDx1, : do you have a usb stuff onnected12:58
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kitchesureshot: I can't run xgl12:59
georgy_*connected12:59
ANTDx1I have a USB mouse and a USB printer connected12:59
micael71Warbo ok12:59
sureshotbut you run beryl anyway12:59
kitchesureshot: yes though aiglx12:59
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Warbomicael71: Next look for the line "logfile XXXXXXXXX" (not "logdir XXXXXX")12:59
nexeuskitche, is aiglx faster than xgl01:00
sureshoti  am not running aiglx dont know how or if it is possiable on an ati card01:00
ANTDx1i've booted successfully with both items connected many times.01:00
WarboAiGLX is possible on older ATI cards with Free driver01:00
SenesenceCan anyone install PCF (raster) fonts on their machine?01:00
georgy_ANTDx1,  : ok01:00
kitchesureshot it's not possible yet but the new nvidia cards can01:00
ANTDx1in fact, when I tried recovery mode, the text recognized and named the printer01:00
collier_[18:58]  <collier_> collier@collier-desktop:~$ sudo  mount -t  vfat /dev/sdb1 /media/usb01:00
collier_[18:58]  <collier_> mount: special device /dev/sdb1 does not exist01:00
ic56collier_: collier the error message from mount means that the file /dev/sdb1 doesn't exist.  Repeating the command won't make the file re-appear.01:00
collier_So what should I do now?01:00
sureshoti know i have a laptop wiht an ati x600 se01:00
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Warbomicael71: comment out that line (put a # at the beginning) and also the line "jarfile XXXXXXXX"01:01
wkaari have a folder which size is 5GB.  i want to zip it.but i want to split it after every 1 GB.  how i can do it?01:01
micael71Warbo ok01:01
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WarboRadeon 9250 and below are the only ones with Free driver that I know of (but with those the alpha compositing is done with Mesa, so I found AiGLX unusably slow on a Radeon 9200)01:02
ic56collier_: You need to find out why that device file wasn't created when you installed or when you booted (some systems run a script that auto-creates/deletes these files on each boot -- I forget what Ubuntu does)01:02
nexeuscollier_, open Disc app in Administration see how many hdd you have01:02
Warbomicael71: Save and exit (ctrl-X, y, enter)01:02
ANTDx1georgy_: any advice01:02
ANTDx1?01:02
collier_101:02
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collier_Device: /dev/sda/01:03
micael71Warbo so it will look like #logfile logfile01:03
SenesenceCan anyone help me out here?01:03
ZephirusHello eveyrone, new to ubuntu...     but I do have LAMP running and I visit the forums quite often01:03
georgy_ANTDx1,  : I'm googling01:03
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Warbomicael71: yes, This is to stop privoxy keeping a log of what you have visited (also make sure you have done that to "jarfile jarfile" as well)01:03
ANTDx1ok01:03
nexeuscollier_,  have u tried to plug in a different usb port01:04
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ic56collier_: generally, if the device driver isn't loaded, the file in /dev/ won't exist.01:04
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Warbomicael71: Then run "sudo /etc/init.d/privoxy restart" to restart privoxy with these changes01:04
sureshotware would i find the latest ubuntu version of the latest fglrx driver01:04
maxLFWill an ATI Radeon 7000 Evil Wizard work in Ubuntu Dapper Drake?01:04
ZephirusI have a question about putting frontpage extentions on my LAMP server, apparently the 2002 extensions aren't available anymore.   Is the 2000 extentions ok to use?01:04
collier_It still says the same thing01:05
collier_I just switched it01:05
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ParkotronHow do I lookup the IP address of a given domain? I know there's a simple command line utility, but I forget the name.01:05
thedashI am having a bit of problems with my Evolution Mail program01:05
WarbomaxLF: It will work with 3D by default, but I think ATI have dropped support for the latest 3D effects on that card with their non-Free non-default driver01:05
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ic56collier: You might get useful information from the files /proc/devices and /proc/bus/usb/devices01:05
thedashit adds all my sent mail to my local Inbox01:05
stu__hi, how can I get my optical sound out to work01:05
Senesencethedash: What problems?01:05
maxLFWarbo: So it won't be that great for gaming?01:05
kitcheic56: hmm it seems like you can use /media or /mnt01:05
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WarbomaxLF: Probably not. It should be OK for modest 3D work (as in, ONLY 3D models). If there is transparency/alpha then that will slow it down01:06
Senesencethedash: all the sent mail??01:06
thedashSenesence:: yep01:06
thedashany time I send an email, it gets added as a newly received mail01:06
thedashwhich is pretty annoying01:06
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micael71Warbo done01:06
Senesencethedash: Your not sending mail to yourself right?01:06
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collier_Ok well I just plugged in my zen and it has a removeable disk on it and it worked with that but not my usb01:06
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thedashSenesence:: nope01:06
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ic56kitche: you can configure system to use anything.  /junk would work too.  The point is the user manuals refer to /media and it's name means removable media.  It's intended for that and it makes support easier if conventions are followed.01:07
stu__thedash: u not got summin odd in your .forward or something?01:07
originHey, anyone know what the replacement for base-config is - friend is installing Ubuntu through Knoppix (install CDs won't boot) and he's hit an impass here...01:07
Warbomicael71: Once you've done that just set your browser to point it's proxy at "127.0.0.1" port 811801:07
Warbomicael71: Do you use Firefox?01:07
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thedashstu__:: I don't know, I just set this up today, haven't messed with stuff too much01:07
collier_port 905001:07
Alakazam_hi all01:07
Senesencethedash: I don't know. Did you try reinstalling Evolution?01:07
Warbocollier_: was that for me?01:08
ANTDx1georgy_: I appreciate your help, but I am going to try something on my own: I'm going to take my computer down to my dorm's lobby to see if it cooperates better if it actually receives a signal from wireless01:08
thedashI am trying to add some filters atm01:08
kitcheic56: I know it has to do with FHS just saying that FHS says you can use either01:08
collier_Is he trying to use tor?01:08
micael71Warbo yes i have firefox01:08
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Warbocollier_: yes. He needs to set FF to look for Privoxy which is running through TOR01:08
collier_Warbo is he trying to use tor?01:08
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collier_I have a question about tor01:08
ic56kitche: interesting. I'll have to check the latest version of FHS.01:08
originAnyone know what the replacement for base-config is? Need to post-install a system that was set up using debootstrip01:08
collier_When I downloaded it01:08
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collier_it says someting about tsock01:08
Warbomicael71: Check out the extension on this page http://tor.eff.org/docs/tor-doc-unix.html.en (I use Epiphany, so I haven't tested it)01:09
SenesenceDoes anyone know how to install raster fonts on ubuntu?01:09
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lucaferrHow do I enable ssh in ubuntu?01:09
lucaferrsshd01:09
micael71ok01:09
micael71Warbo ok01:09
Warbocollier_: tsock? I don;t know what that is. I know it uses SOCKS which is a type of proxy01:09
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collier_Warbo: hold on ill see what it says01:10
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Ascit's installed?01:10
jtholmes!socks01:10
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about socks - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:10
lucaferr!ssh01:10
ubotussh is the Secure SHell protocol (see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSHHowto). Putty is a nice SSH client for Windows, which can be found at http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/01:10
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Asclocaferr: 'sudo sysv-rc-conf' and look for sshd... enable it in collumns 2-401:10
WarboI'm guessing Epiphany uses a generic GNOME proxy setting, yes? (it doesn't have the option in it's prefs)01:10
collier_Warbo: Nevermind its working but I thought u use Port 905001:11
micael71Warbo a big thanks to you01:11
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Warbocollier_: TOR uses 9050, but it is a good idea to use privoxy, point your browser at it, then run privoxy through TOR01:11
Warbomicael71: np01:11
collier_Warbo: How do u do that? I just installed tor01:12
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Warbomicael71: Now I just have to figure out how to set a proxy for Epiphany......01:12
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nexeusany1 can help with dual monitor using x800 ati i need 3d acceleration enable?01:12
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Warbocollier_: It should also install "privoxy"01:12
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collier_warbo: I have privoxy installed also01:12
nexeusi have 2 CRT01:12
nownottcan beagle index ntfs or fat drives?01:12
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Warbocollier_: OK, then scroll up as I just waled me and micael71 through it. Do you want me to post the messages again?01:12
collier_How do I start it up?01:12
collier_Yes please01:13
Warbocollier_: It is started up by default, you just have to set your browser to use it01:13
collier_Warbo: its running right now?01:13
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Genix|linuxhow do you change the default app to open mp3s?01:13
Warbo(pay no attention to the micael71 please)01:13
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Warbomicael71: Right. Run this "sudo nano /etc/privoxy/config"01:13
nexeusany1 can help with dual monitor using x800 ati i need 3d acceleration enable? I have 2 CRT01:13
Warbomicael71: At the top of that file add the line "forward-socks4a / localhost:9050 ."01:13
Warbomicael71: Next look for the line "logfile XXXXXXXXX" (not "logdir XXXXXX")01:14
LookTJwhat does this mean? Oct/01/2006 13:19:05 SYN Flood Attack Detect01:14
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Warbomicael71: comment out that line (put a # at the beginning) and also the line "jarfile XXXXXXXX"01:14
nownottcan beagle index ntfs or fat drives?01:14
Warbomicael71: Save and exit (ctrl-X, y, enter)01:14
collier_Warbo: How do I set my browser to use it?01:14
Warbocollier_: read these instructions01:14
athlonLookTJ, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Syn_flood01:14
nexeusXinerama doesnt work for dual monitor help01:14
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LookTJok01:14
Warbomicael71: Then run "sudo /etc/init.d/privoxy restart" to restart privoxy with these changes01:15
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rixthHey guys, bash scripting issue. http://pastebin.ca/189256  Syntax error: "(" unexpected (expecting "}") on line 4. It looks OK to me?01:15
jtholmes!beagle01:15
ubotubeagle: indexing and search tool for your personal data. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.2.6-1ubuntu5 (dapper), package size 1208 kB, installed size 3992 kB01:15
collier_Warbo: what instructions01:15
Warbomicael71: Once you've done that just set your browser to point it's proxy at "127.0.0.1" port 811801:15
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Warbomicael71: Check out the extension on this page http://tor.eff.org/docs/tor-doc-unix.html.en (I use Epiphany, so I haven't tested it)01:15
originlabsBase-config - any idea how to do this in dapper, it appears to be deprecated :S01:15
LookTJso I've being dosed?01:15
Warbocollier_: these messages which start with "micael71"01:15
collier_Send In query01:16
Warbocollier_: I basically walsed him through it 2 minutes ago, so I have just copy/pasted the stuff I told him01:16
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Warbo*walked01:16
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collier_Send it in PM01:16
dk06!paste01:16
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)01:16
Warbocollier_: I can't send you a PM01:17
glguyIs anyone else using 6.10 and just been notified that they need a distribution upgrade, but when you try to perform it you get an error that "a required package could not be installed"?01:17
nexeus!MergedFB01:17
Warboit isn't working, maybe you're not registered01:17
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about MergedFB - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:17
collier_[19:17]  <Warbo> you hetting this?01:17
collier_[19:17]  <collier_> yes01:17
collier_[19:17]  [505]  Private messages from unregistered users are currently blocked due to spam problems, but you can always message a staffer. Please register! ( http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#privmsg )01:17
Warbooh01:17
collier_Send it, ill see it01:17
Warbook01:17
Intangirwhats a good tool to see what the heck is taking up all my disk space?01:18
Alethesls01:18
Alethes:D01:18
dk06umm, serch?01:18
dk06search*01:18
Alethesls -l actually01:18
dk06and then01:18
glguyAccessories > Disk Usage Tool?01:18
dk06categorize by sisze01:18
dk06size*01:18
ladydoorIntangir: do you have an idea about what specifically it could be? if so, try du01:18
Intangiri have no idea01:18
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Intangiri havent got a clue01:19
Intangiri dont use this partition01:19
Intangirlast i touched it it had plenty of splace01:19
Intangirspace..01:19
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Intangirnow its at 97% :)01:19
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Alethesneato01:19
Alethescheck /tmp01:19
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collier_Warbo: At the very top01:20
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collier_Warbo: Before It says Sample config file for privoxy?01:20
Warbocollier_: Yes, press enter a few times to get some space01:20
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Intangirwhere is this disk usage tool?01:20
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Warbo!info baobab01:21
JoshIRLWhat media player do you guys recomend so i can play MP3s?01:21
ubotubaobab: graphical tool to analyse directory trees. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.3.1-1 (dapper), package size 95 kB, installed size 584 kB01:21
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ladydoor!mp301:21
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  -  See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html  -  But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats01:21
JoshIRLubuntu doesn't read mp3? :(01:21
AlethesJoshIRL:   it can with very little effort01:21
FlannelJoshIRL: it does, you just need codecs first01:21
ladydoorJoshIRL: please actually look at the link.01:21
collier_warbo:01:21
collier_#  1.5. logfile01:21
collier_#  ============01:21
JoshIRLI am :P01:21
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ladydoor!pastebin01:21
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)01:22
collier_warbo: is that the log file?01:22
Warbocollier_: No. ALL that the line says is "logfile logfile", and it needs to be changes to say "# logfile logfile"01:22
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WarboAnyone know how to set the proxy that Epiphany uses?01:24
collier_Warbo: How Do I set my browser to point to that?01:24
Warbocollier_: If you are using Firefox then the extension on that page I linked to will sort it out01:25
sureshotjack_sparrow are you on my friend01:25
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odyssevsIs there an 'ubuntu' method of building a new kernel?01:25
Warbocollier_: But I am using Epiphany and haven't figured it out yet :(01:25
collier_Warbo: Oh01:25
nownottDOES ANYONE KNOW IF BEAGLE CAN INDEX FAT AND NTFS DRIVES/01:25
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ladydoor!SHOUT01:25
ubotuPLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.01:25
Warboodyssevs: There is a method which builds a Debian (Ubuntu) package. I forget it now, but try searching/asking about kpackage01:26
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Volvo!icons01:26
ubotuWant to see volume/trash icons on the desktop? Go to /apps/nautilus/desktop in gconf-editor (Gnome) or go to http://kudos.berlios.de/kf/kisimlar/tipsntrix.html#showtrash (KDE)01:26
Volvothanks ubotu muuah01:26
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collier_Warbo: I clicked on Tor Enabled01:26
jtholmesIntangir:  find . -type f -mtime -1 -size  +1000000c -exec ls  -ltr {}  \;   will find and list all files greater than  1Meg on a  File system01:26
collier_Warbo: But I did the tor test thing and it says I am not using tor01:26
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collier_I need to configure firefox01:26
kitcheodyssevs: there is a wiki entry for building kernels01:27
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jtholmesIntangir: created in the last day that is  -7  for  last  week etc.01:27
Warbocollier_: Ok, hang on I will fore up FIrefox (so to speak)01:27
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GiaHey people!  I need help01:27
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Warbo*fire (way to ruin my own joke there)01:27
gaminggeekGia, Whats wrong?01:27
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collier_Warbo: But I dont think I have tor running I need enabled it01:27
Warbocollier_: "sudo /etc/init.d/tor restart"01:28
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Warbothat will restart it (but it should already be running)01:28
moparfan90hello. i installed quake 4 on my ubuntu 6.06 32bit and when i try and launch it i get a openGL error. any ideas?01:28
GiaI have apache 2.0 installed on my ubuntu-server... but when I try to go to the website, all I get is a "Index of" listing in my browser...01:28
PFAgnome-cups-manager cannot find cupsys server or something. my heart bleeds and cries. can someone help me?01:28
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moparfan90i have latest video drivers installed01:28
FlannelGia: what do you have in /var/www?01:28
collier_Warbo: It still not working I think I put that thing at the wrong part of the top of the config file01:28
kitcheGia: do you have a index.html?01:29
Volvohow to add more icons to desklets starterbar ?01:29
Warbocollier_: In FF go on Edit>Preferences>General>Connection Settings and set "manual proxy configuration" to address "127.0.0.1" port "8118"01:29
FlannelGia: or rather, what have you put into /var/www/?  since an index of is default01:29
Volvodrag drop is not working01:29
Warbocollier_: I don't think it matters where it goes, but keeping it at the top keeps it easily accessible for editing01:29
collier_Warbo: IT says localhost01:30
Warbocollier_: OK, same thing01:30
collier_Warbo: forward-socks4a / localhost:9050 .01:30
Warbo(localhost = 127.0.0.1)01:30
moparfan90whats a channel for linux games?01:30
Warbochange 9050 to 811801:30
collier_Warbo: Does it need to have the period at the end01:30
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GiaI created two separate virtual directories: www.<myfirstdomain>.com and www.<my2nddomain>.com01:30
Warbocollier_: Wait, in the config file? 9050 and yes, the perios01:30
Warbo*period01:30
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Warbocollier_:  "forward-socks4a / localhost:9050 ."01:31
micael71Warbo Collier in firefox 127.0.0.1 will be localhost01:31
collier_You are (probably) NOT using Tor.01:31
collier_You connected to this site from 85.31.187.84, hostname jnz.ath.cx01:31
collier_I am using tor01:31
collier_cause thats not my IP01:31
Gia...checking to give you more info...hang on01:31
Warbocollier_: You saved the config file?01:32
Warbo(with the right changes?)01:32
kitcheGia: ok those domains will work if you do virtual hosting int he apache2 conf but it will keep showing Index Of if you don't have a index.html01:32
collier_Warbo: yes.. Now for tor do I have to enable it to start everytime I boot up?01:32
Warbocollier_: It is already set up to do that01:32
Warbocollier_: and privoxy01:33
collier_ok sweet01:33
collier_Warbo: Thank you01:33
Warbocollier_: But to make sure your changes take effect copy/paste this into a trminal and run it "sudo /etc/init.d/privoxy restart && sudo /etc/init.d/tor restart"01:33
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GiaKitche, when I ftp in and copy a generic index.html, then try to browse the website, I get the following: FORBIDDEN <yikes>  You don't have permission to access /index.html on this server...01:34
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Warbocollier_: does it say "restarting anonymising proxy server, etc. etc. etc."?01:34
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GiaI'm doing something that is "forbidden"01:34
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Warbocollier_: I mean filtering01:34
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kitcheGia: your permissions are wrong01:34
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collier_warbo: where?01:34
moparfan90anyone have quake4 working without a emulator?01:35
Warbocollier_: In the terminal you ran that command in01:35
collier_h.o01:35
DaRIo|Linuxwww.linuxgames.com01:35
collier_Yes01:35
DaRIo|Linuxyou can download quake4 without emulator01:35
Warbocollier_: Perfect. One more step01:35
Giakitche, do you think you help me figure out what .conf files are wrong and/or permissions?01:35
moparfan90im trying to make it work but i get a openGL error.01:35
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collier_warbo: what?01:36
Warbocollier_: In Firefox go in Edit>Preferences>General>Connection Settings01:36
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collier_ok01:36
Giakitche, I've got a terminal window up right now... using nano as an editor.... not sure what to change at this point.  been working on this for hours....sigh01:36
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cpl-tnt44ok can some 1 explain to me something about installing a windows xp driver with ndiswrapper ?01:36
Warbocollier_: Make sure "Manual proxy configuration" is selected, and in the top box put "127.0.0.1" and port 8118, then select "use this for all"01:37
ricardoHey, I am relatively new to Ubuntu/Linux and would like some advice. I have installed the desktop version and would like to install the LAMP thing. Is it as easy as just using the Sympatic Manager or I actually need to install the Ubuntu server edition? THANKS01:37
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|_ockealright.. i resized my swap partition and had to move the root and home partitions, and now i cant boot the partitions01:37
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Warbo!lamp > ricardo01:37
|_ockei used partition magic..01:37
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Warbo|_ocke: no wonder. You used Partition Magic.......01:37
Warbo!gparted01:37
ubotugparted is a GUI partitioning program, "apt-get install gparted", also available as a live cd http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php01:37
kitcheGia: the folder|_ocke: you have to edit /etc/fstab most likely01:37
Giakitche, I'm wondering if I should have started with the desktop version, then installed LAMP, then disabled the desktop01:37
LookTJuse gparted01:37
LookTJlmao01:38
Warbo|_ocke: Seriously though, how far does the boot get?01:38
|_ockewhat would i have to edit in fstab?01:38
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collier_warbo: Is there a way to view the netowrks in tor?01:38
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|_ockeWarbo: it gets to 'mounting root filesystem' and sits there01:38
ricardoyes would like to install apache/php/mysql01:38
Warbocollier_: "view"?01:38
|_ockeim booted off hte livecd right now01:38
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kitche|_ocke: everything to the right partition number01:38
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|_ockeand i mounted the root partition to /mnt/hd01:38
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Giakitche, you lost me on "the folder|_ocke:"01:38
|_ockekitche: they are01:38
|_ockei made no changes there01:38
LookTJricardo: install lampp01:38
collier_warbo: In windows tor u right click niew network and u see all the tor circuits01:38
cpl-tnt44can some 1 please tell me what is the command for exsample to insert windows xp driver (for wireless pcmcia card ) with ndiswrapper ?01:38
LookTJaka xampp for linux01:38
Warbo|_ocke: I mean when you try to boot does it get as far as GRUB? Does it get as far as the Ubuntu splash screen, and if so what message?01:39
Warbocollier_: I don't know about that01:39
|_ockeoh yeah brug works great01:39
armadill0Hello, does anyone know the name of the program that manages dns client resolution in ubuntu?  I'm trying to flush my dns cache.  Thanks :)01:39
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ricardook, I'll try that, thanks01:39
|_ockei edit the entry for 686 2.6.12-27 to say /dev/hda2 and boot it01:39
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|_ockewhich is what i had to do just immediately prior to resizing the swap partitoin01:39
Warbo|_ocke: And it finds the "vmlinuz" file? (Gives a line "booting the kernel.......")01:39
|_ockeyeah01:39
cpl-tnt44can some 1 please tell me what is the command for exsample to insert windows xp driver (for wireless pcmcia card ) with ndiswrapper ?01:39
|_ockeit boots the kernel01:39
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|_ockeit just sits at 'mounting root filesystem'01:39
Warbo|_ocke: OK, does sound like fstab then01:40
micael71Warbo do you know a ftp-server with grafic that works in ubuntu01:40
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Warbo|_ocke: You opened it up yet?01:40
kitcheGia: I m not an apache2 person I use lighttpd but the /var/www folder needs to be world readable if it isn't already01:40
|_ockeand all filesystems mount fine with no additional switches from terminal in here01:40
pbergerarmadill0: dhclient01:40
ricardoIf I install LAMPP would it crash with my current mySQL installation?01:40
armadill0pberger: Thanks!01:40
|_ockeyeah01:40
shwagif I boot into windows I see pull up this site just fine, but if I am in linux I am unable to view the site. Says "Making connection..." and can't connect.01:40
Warbomicael71: Nope sorry. I know gftp is a good FTP client, but I don't know server01:40
collier_IS there photoshop for linux?01:40
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Warbocollier_: WINE, or GIMP01:40
collier_GIMP is confusing01:41
LookTJcollier_: wine it01:41
Warbo(No matter what many people say, GIMP is AWESOME!)01:41
|_ockethe line is /dev/hda2    /      ext3     defaults,errors=remount-ro 0 101:41
collier_Wheres WINE?01:41
WarboI find Photoshop VERY confusing01:41
Giakitche, I feel so dumb.... um ok so I'm sitting in the /var folder.  how do I change permissions for www?01:41
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Warbo!wine > collier_01:41
LookTJimo GIMP Sucks01:41
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|_ockeand /dev/hda2 is what it is01:41
WarboXSane+GIMP+Inkscape+Moho=graphics heaven01:41
kitcheGia: chmod I m not sure what permissions have ot be added to it but you can man chmod01:41
thejnaitorhow do I allow two different groups access to a directory?01:41
micael71Warbo ok thanks01:41
|_ockethe fstab entries are and should be the same as they were before01:42
jtholmesGIMP is very powerful, it just has a steep learning curve01:42
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Warbo|_ocke: Hmm. So hda2 is DEFINETLY your /, and that shows up in "fdisk -l" "mount" ,etc.?01:42
|_ockethe device lettering hasnt changed, only the size and location of the partitions01:42
|_ockeWarbo: yeah01:42
Giakitche, if used the "man" command before, but I could figure out how to get out of the manual after I was in it and wanted to get out???01:42
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|_ockei took great care to ensure that the partitions are still in the same order01:42
kitcheGia: you press q01:42
kutanHello, can someone help me with the xmms installation?01:43
|_ockei thought maybe it had somethign to do with changing the size and not telling it somewhere01:43
Warbojtholmes: for future reference; steep learning curve = learning a lot very quickly = very easy to use01:43
Giakitche, :-)  cool01:43
|_ockebut i dont see why that would be01:43
WarboGIMP therefore has a shallow learning curve01:43
jtholmesGia:  CNTL C   or  CNTL D  gets you out of just about any function01:43
kitche|_ocke: if you move the partition it will rename the partition number01:43
micael71anyone knows a good ftp-server with grafic for ubuntu01:43
|_ockekitche: i didnt move them relative to eachother, only relative ot the drive01:43
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Giajtholmes...cool... again01:43
collier_In Source.list I added deb http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt dapper main now If I do save as it says its read only is that ok?01:43
Warbokutan: You using the packages (ie. Applications>Add/Remove?)01:43
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|_ockefreed some space in the front, moved the 2nd left, moved the 3rd left a bit, moved the 4th left.. etc01:43
AscI'm looking for a program that will display recent entries from user-specified log files, and reload them every few seconds.  Does such a thing exist?01:43
jtholmesmicael71: why do you want graphic ftp01:44
thejnaitordoes chmod allow you to change permissions for a specific user on a file?01:44
cpl-tnt44Card: D-Link Airplus DWL 650+01:44
cpl-tnt44Chipset: ACX10001:44
cpl-tnt44pciid: 104c:840001:44
cpl-tnt44can some 1 plz help install that card ?01:44
cpl-tnt44^^01:44
kutanWell I'm compiling and installing it myself Warbo, not packages.01:44
kitche|_ocke: oh do you mean just resize since I thought you said moved the whole partition01:44
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jtholmesGia: your welcome01:44
collier_I cant save source.list01:44
Warbocollier_: You probably need to use sudo to edit the file ("sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list") to get super user permission01:44
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Warbokutan: Oh, well I am pretty hopeless at compiling (if the instructions in INSTALL don't work then I am lost)01:45
LookTJcollier_: gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list?01:45
micael71jtholmes i am not so good at this writing01:45
|_ockekitche: my swap partition is all the way at the end.  in order to make it larger, it needed more space in front of it, so i resized root down a little bit, and kept it all the way on the left.  then i moved /home a little left to fill the blank space i just made, then same with /usr, then i resized swap01:45
jtholmesWarbo:  i dont have any problem with gimp i just dont have much requirements for it i like it myself01:45
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collier_I got it01:45
Warbowell, if you want to be graphical then gksudo gedit, yes01:45
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kutanWell the only problem I'm having is the fact that when I run configure it says I don't have glib installed when I just installed the latest version01:45
vovik!schedule01:45
ubotuUbuntu uses a strict timetable for releases, which means that sometimes newly released programs miss the timetable. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases for more. Edgy schedule: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EdgyReleaseSchedule01:45
Warbojtholmes: No problem, just me being picky :)01:46
cpl-tnt44how can i know what version is my ndiswrapper ?01:46
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sureshotkitche are you here01:46
kitche|_ocke ok then most likely you might have broken your ubuntu if it's in the same order01:46
kitchesureshot: yes01:46
LookTJ|_ocke: the swap partition is for RAM01:46
|_ockei have broken my ubuntu..01:46
|_ockei know this01:46
|_ockeLookTJ: i know this01:46
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sureshotkitche i got beryl runnng i sorta like it01:46
Warbokutan: Here's a tip: Since XMMS is in Ubuntu anyway, all of it's build dependencies can be installed with "sudo apt-get build-dep xmms", then you should have everything needed to compile the source01:46
collier_Warbo: I did it now I go to syanptic and search for wine?01:46
LookTJtwice the size of your RAM01:47
jtholmesWarbo: sure it is very good01:47
|_ockei've been using linux since slackware 3.0, i'm looking for some advice on how to correct it, not what is wrong with it hehe01:47
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Warbocollier_: Make sure you click "Reload"01:47
|_ockeim an IT professional01:47
collier_warbo: http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt/dists/dapper/main/binary-amd64/Packages.gz: 404 Not Found01:47
micael71jtholmes i need a server for my mom so i can send files to her when i have someting to send to her and she can not allways be there so we cant use msn or something that you have to say yes to the file01:47
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kutaner well I'm using kubuntu Warbo.01:47
LookTJwhat is an IT?01:47
shardzDo I need to configure repo's before installing anything? apt-get and Adept both wont install anything01:47
otaku-sanOk I have a prob with conflicting packages...heres the output of the error http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/25536/01:47
Warbocollier_: amd64 WINE? Oops, that is a tricky one01:47
LookTJlol01:47
|_ockeinformation technology01:47
LookTJoh01:47
|_ockei fix windows and linux machines for a living01:47
Jack_Sparrow|_ocke: You didnt try to move/resize mounted partitions did you?  Can you run live to verify the partition letters/numbers are still the same?01:47
collier_Warbo: Yeah I have amd6401:47
Warbokutan: Kubuntu, Ubuntu, it;s all the same Ubuntu01:47
kitche|_ocke: the only real way to fix it is to reinstall since you might of overridden an important file that is needed to boot01:47
armadill0pberger: I'm reading the dhclient man page.. I don't see anything about the client DNS resolve cache.01:48
|_ockekitche: i did not.01:48
kritical<|_ocke> im an IT professional <-- you'd be suprised how many times I hear that every day from complete n00bs01:48
Seveasotaku-san, please rm that .deb package01:48
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|_ockeJack_Sparrow: yes, im in live right now with it booted01:48
Seveasubuntu has a newer version of that library installed01:48
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|_ockei e2fsck'd all the partitions i resized and they all check clean01:48
LookTJ|_ocke: did you activate it01:48
Jack_Sparrow|_ocke: gparted still shows everything the same?01:48
Warbocollier_: Basically since WINE runs Windows programs, which are pretty much all 32bit, the developers haven't made a 64bit version. That means that you will have to install the 32bit version01:48
GiaI've forgotten how I display the permissions of a folder/file01:48
|_ockekritical: yeah i guess thats true01:48
|_ockeJack_Sparrow: yes01:48
Giaargh01:48
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armadill0Anyone know the name of the program that manages DNS client resolution in ubuntu?  I'm trying to flush my dns cache.  Thanks :)01:48
sureshotjack_sparrow how are you01:48
Warbocollier_: See https://help.ubuntu.com/community and search for Wine01:48
Jack_SparrowHi sureshot01:48
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collier_Ok01:49
stodgeAny ideas if there's amore recent version of Balsa available for Ubuntu?01:49
CromagDKGia: ls -l ?01:49
otaku-sanSeveas: rm?  Sorry...01:49
sureshotgot xgl and beryl running01:49
|_ockei have found absolutely no differences01:49
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jtholmesmicael71: if you use vsftpd and set the  vsftpd.conf file on here end to allow write permissions you can send her files all day and her  to you also it is not trivial but you cna do it and vsftpd is very very secure01:49
Seveasotaku-san, as in: delete, remove, throw out01:49
|_ockei have / mounted in /mnt/root01:49
Seveasdo NOT attempt to install it01:49
eczarnyhey, is anyone able to use their xbox 360 controller with dapper on an ibook?01:49
|_ockeand my /home in /mnt/root/home01:49
jtholmeshere = her01:49
|_ockeand /usr in /mnt/root/usr01:49
collier_brb01:49
ttoesI can't get WEP 128bit encryption to work with my centrino laptop and ubuntu dapper drake. Works fine without encryption. Works fine encrypted with XP. Ideas anyone?01:49
gameman73i need help with xgl, im getting very poor performance from glxgears (sub 500 fps),  im using an ati videocard01:49
GiaCromagDK....ok... that did the trick01:49
SteilWhats the best way to backup a running root filesystem?01:49
Jack_Sparrow|_ocke: What did you use to do the partition editing01:49
Warbomicael71: If you just want to make some files available then there are a few "graphical webservers" on gnomefiles.org01:49
|_ockeand they all work great, i can run all files01:49
CromagDKgood01:49
|_ockeJack_Sparrow: i used partition magic and i think it did something weird01:50
suff0katewhats a good mp3 for ubuntu kinda like winamp?01:50
cpl-tnt44how can i know what version is my ndiswrapper ? what is the command ?01:50
otaku-sanSeveas: ahhhh remove...ok....but it is needed for another package I'm trying to install01:50
|_ockeit 'fixed' a couple errors01:50
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Warbosuff0kate: XMMS or BMP01:50
Seveassuff0kate, beep-media-player01:50
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Jack_Sparrow|_ocke: Ouch..01:50
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Seveasotaku-san, no, you need to find a correct version of that other package01:50
suff0katedanka01:50
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Warbosuff0kate: Both can use WinAmp skins, but BMP (beep media player) has nicer menus01:50
|_ockei imagine i need to unfix them, but if it mounts fine manually and checks out with e2fsck, what other routes do i have01:50
kutanback screw it, I'll just install xmms through a package manager01:50
micael71Warbo i will look at that thanks01:50
cipher_nemoI'm trying to run phpmyadmin by going to the locahost in my browser (Firefox) and clicking on the dir phpmyadmin, but Firefox wants to open/save it as a file instead of running phpmyadmin. How do I run phpmyadmin?01:50
Jack_Sparrow|_ocke: Version 7 is iffy at best, hope you were using 8 or above01:50
kutanbah*01:50
|_ockeJack_Sparrow: yeah 801:50
|_ocke8.0501:50
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|_ockei'd never use 4-7 for linux :P01:51
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|_ockeexcept resizing a windows part01:51
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Jack_Sparrow|_ocke: Just checking01:51
armadill0I'm trying to flush my dns resolver cache (not for bind) with ubuntu.  Does anyone know how this can be done?01:51
eczarnyanyone able to get xpad to work in dapper? i'm having one hell of a time with it on my ibook.01:51
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|_ockehehehe01:51
micael71jtholmes what do you meen here do you want me to send the vsftpd.conf file01:51
|_ockeyes i have experienced the wrath before01:51
otaku-sanSeveas: hahaha, ok.  It's a gui front for a app I have on my box01:51
Seveas!repeat > armadill001:51
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LookTJ|_ocke: gparted is better in my opinion01:51
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Viper550Is it me, or are there problems with the wiki?01:51
armadill0Sereas: Do you know?01:51
|_ockei must not have tried it, but i didnt realize it could easily resize01:52
Jack_Sparrow|_ocke: Not knowing what Partition MAgically Did for you I dont have any answers.01:52
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SeveasViper550, actually, it's faster than usual01:52
otaku-sanSeveas: I'll try to find another version....something...probably a bug I found01:52
LookTJdoes anyone use google.com/linux?01:52
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Seveasotaku-san, simply recompiling the package on ubuntu will solve it01:52
Viper550But I'm getting errors, and when I tried saving a change I did to one of my pages, it deleted the page!01:52
|_ockeit said it fixed some problems with the partition table01:52
Jack_SparrowGoogleEarth?01:52
cpl-tnt44how can i know what version is my ndiswrapper ? what is the command ?01:52
jtholmesmicael71: no I would want you to read up on vsftpd.conf and have a understanding of  anonymous writes or specific login writes/uploads go to www.vsftpd.org and there are some good examples01:53
Viper550Page could not get locked. Missing 'current' file?01:53
LookTJ|_ocke: boot livecd then resize with gparted01:53
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suff0kateanother question is frostwire the best for music? or is there another recommeneded?01:53
|_ockeLookTJ: thats what im trying now01:53
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|_ockeim already in live01:53
otaku-sanSeveas: you mean now that I nuked it...I can down it and try compiling it again....makes sense01:53
jtholmesmicael71: i am out of town at the moment and dont have all my notes with me but it can be setup up with some effort01:53
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Gia! mod_dav01:53
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about mod_dav - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:53
jtholmesmicael71: i am going to dinner now so catch me later if you still have questions01:54
Warbosuff0kate: I would use GTK-Gnutella, it uses the same network as Frostwire so can access the same files, but it is smaller and takes less memory when running in the background01:54
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LookTJ|_ocke open terminal, type sudo gparted01:54
kitche!webDav > Gia01:54
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about webDav - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:54
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sureshotjack_sparrow join #sureshot for a few second if you would01:54
gnomefreakgparted gives you a menu entry01:54
|_ockeLookTJ: already done01:54
suff0katethank you01:54
Warbonp01:54
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Giakitche, what is webdav?01:54
|_ockeunmounting and preparing now01:54
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Alakazam_what percentage more performance does a SMP kernel offer?01:54
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gnomefreakAlakazam_: dual cpu01:55
LookTJ|_ocke: ok try resizing again01:55
eczarnyanybody willing to help me with xpad?01:55
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Viper550Alakazam: Alot if you're computer is SMP compatable01:55
cipher_nemoanyone know? asking again 5 min later: I'm trying to run phpmyadmin by going to the locahost in my browser (Firefox) and clicking on the dir phpmyadmin, but Firefox wants to open/save it as a file instead of running phpmyadmin. How do I run phpmyadmin?01:55
flacohi... anyone has a USB marble mouse working?01:55
Alakazam_okay, so i should go ahead and go SMP01:55
gameman73i need help with xgl, im getting very poor performance from glxgears (sub 500 fps),  im using an ati videocard01:55
Alakazam_its a P4 3.2Ghz01:55
Viper550But, is your computer smp compatable?01:55
Alakazam_its a P4 3.2Ghz HT01:55
kitcheGia: it's Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning".01:55
gnomefreakgameman73: best to ask in #ubuntu-xgl01:55
gameman73k, thx01:56
gnomefreakAlakazam_: i think the 686 kernel should do it for you01:56
baconbaconcipher_nemo: what is the url youre going to01:56
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Alakazam_is kernel-image-2.4.27-2-686-smp the latest precompiled kernel for ubuntu01:56
Alakazam_?01:56
siriusnovaokay guys i have a stupid question01:56
cipher_nemobaconbacon: localhost01:56
lance_sometimes i log in and my mouse is choppy until i reboot.. anyone?01:56
lance_my cpu is like 10%01:56
baconbaconAlakazam_: install linux-68601:56
Giakitche, yeah read that, but I don't what the heck that means for a little user like me... do I need it?01:56
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siriusnovaif i use patched madwifi-ng drivers from madwifi.org will they screw up network-manager and wpa?01:56
WarboIsn't Hyper Threading just used so Windows can fake preemptive multitasking, and is therefore pretty much useless to get SMP on Linux which does it properly?01:56
kitcheAlakazam_: there is also 2.6 kernel01:56
kyjasiriusnova, the only stupid questions are those never asked01:56
baconbaconAlakazam_: NOT kernel-image-* !01:56
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cipher_nemobaconbacon: these were instructions I'm following:  "MythTV uses MySQL extensively, so we have to get this set up before anything else. Fire up Firefox and in the address bar, type "localhost". Click the "phpmyadmin" directory. Type in "root" in the login form, and no password. "01:57
lance_sometimes i log in and my mouse is choppy until i reboot.. anyone?01:57
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Alakazam_root@malakai:~# apt-get install linux-686-smp01:57
Alakazam_:D01:57
Alakazam_like so?01:57
ucordes_what command do i have to issue in order to open another xsrv01:57
|_ockegah01:57
cipher_nemobaconbacon: I just installed phpmyadmin and my-sql, etc.01:57
ucordes_?01:57
gnomefreaklance_: is everything slow/choppy?01:57
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Alakazam_Sweet, thanks baconbacon01:57
lance_nope.. just mouse01:57
FlannelAlakazam_: what ubuntu version are you running?01:57
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pbergerarmadill0: then check out named / named.conf01:57
Warboucordes_: "X :1"01:57
gnomefreaklance_: did you try reconfiguring it?01:57
|_ockegparted doesnt want to make changes to the partitoin because i am using swap space on that drive01:57
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|_ockecan i unmount the swap space01:58
SenesenceCan anyone tell me how to install a PCF font??01:58
lance_gnomefreak, reconfiguring what?01:58
collier_How do U install FONTS?01:58
|_ockepossibly mount swap on a differnt trive01:58
armadill0pberget: Thanks, I appreciate it :)01:58
|_ockedrive01:58
baconbaconcipher, with phpmyadmin you should have apache and php too01:58
Alakazam_Flannel, dapper01:58
Alakazam_kubuntu dapper01:58
cipher_nemobaconbacon: I do01:58
gnomefreaklance_: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg    there is a mouse section01:58
Warboucordes_: Just give it IP Address:server number. Since I guess you want it on your local machine leave IP Address blank, then since you have a server running on :0 use :1 instead01:58
LookTJ|_ocke: i think deactivate?01:58
Alakazam_i just downloaded it off the mirrors and installed today01:58
Senesencecollier_: Raster fonts fc-cache doesnt recognize the new font.01:58
FlannelAlakazam_: and you have 2.4?01:58
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|_ockets the only swap allocated, is that ok?01:58
LookTJthen resize?01:58
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Alakazam_root@malakai:~# cat /proc/version01:58
Alakazam_Linux version 2.6.15-27-386 (buildd@terranova) (gcc version 4.0.3 (Ubuntu 4.0.3-1ubuntu5)) #1 PREEMPT Sat Sep 16 01:51:59 UTC 200601:58
lance_gnomefreak.. thix i'll try that.01:59
PFAokay so i'm trying to resize a partition using liveCD and it says the device is busy01:59
Warboucordes_: To give regular users permission to run programs on that server you may want to use "X -ac :1"01:59
PFAwhat's up and how do i resize the thing01:59
FlannelAlakazam_: 2.6.15 != 2.4.1501:59
ucordes_Warbo: thanks a lot. but this only gets me a grey screen with a cursor. how can i run applications on this?01:59
Alakazam_hmm, lemme reboot into this SMP kernel... brb01:59
kitchePFA: you can't resize something that is mounted01:59
briguydanyone use quod libet?01:59
Warboucordes_: OK, go back to another terminal01:59
PFAkitche, it's not mounted, i'm on a LiveCD01:59
cipher_nemobaconbacon: I just installed... build-essential, dialog, apache2, mysql-server, phpmyadmin, gcc-3.4, libapache2-mod-php5, libapache2-mod-auth-mysql, dvdauthor, mplayer-686, ntp, ntp-simple01:59
gnomefreakkitche: livecd shouldnt have mounted it01:59
PFAthere's only one partition mounted01:59
PFAlinux-swap02:00
PFAand it won't let me unmount02:00
SenesenceCan anyone tell me why PCF fonts don't work on Ubuntu?02:00
Warboucordes_: run "export DISPLAY=localhost:1" then run whatever program you want, like gnome-session or startkde02:00
collier_So your saying you cant install fonts for GIMP?02:00
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gnomefreak!fonts02:00
ubotuFont installation basics here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FontInstallHowto02:00
ubotuNo fonts in flash? Install msttcorefonts, gsfonts, and gsfonts-x11 , No fonts in mplayer? see !mplayer02:00
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tom47!edgy02:00
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 !schedule02:00
Warboucordes_: You can actually use System>Quit>Switch User to start up another login screen, which may be what you are after02:00
gnomefreaktom47: for edgy join #ubuntu+102:00
tannerldcan anyone help me? cron isn't working anymore...02:00
tom47is there an edgy irc channel?02:01
Senesencegnomefreak: Tried that it doesn't work. I can't install this font http://www.netalive.org/tinkering/triskweline/02:01
gnomefreaktom47: #ubuntu+102:01
tom47gnomefreak thank you02:01
kitchegnomefreak: it just seemed like the drive was mounted since it said it was busy02:01
LookTJ|_ocke: you stuck still?02:01
ucordes_Warbo: but doesn't this operation close my current x?02:01
gnomefreakyw02:01
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cipher_nemocollier: I like these font packages... gsfonts-x11, msttcorefonts, and then do a #fc-cache -f -v  when your fonts are installed02:01
PFAkitche, yea, cuz there's one partition mounted, right02:01
gnomefreakkitche: maybe PFA did mount it but livecd shouldnt mount it without you doing it02:01
ucordes_Warbo: btw: my first xserver froze after openning the second one with X :102:01
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Warboucordes_: No. Actually If you right click on the Ubuntu logo in the top left and go "Edit Menus" you can enable a new login menu option in "System Tools" menu02:01
cipher_nemobaconbacon: going to log... be back on tonight02:01
PFAgnomefreak, i did not mount it and gparted even says nothing is mounted except linux-swap02:02
gnomefreakPFA: unmount the swap and see if that helps02:02
PFAgnomefreak, it won't let me :/02:02
gnomefreaklol02:02
micael71jtholmes sorry was away looking for servers02:02
gnomefreakwhy would it :(02:02
Warboucordes_: Oh? Usually ctrl-alt-f7 and ctrl-alt-f9 can switch between and you can use both fine02:02
tannerldcan anyone help me? cron isn't working anymore...02:02
SenesenceDoes anyone know why ubuntu won't detect PCF fonts?02:02
ucordes_Warbo: ye and ctrl-alt-f7 is dead now02:03
ucordes_Warbo: ye and ctrl-alt-f8 -> grey screen with X cursor02:03
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Alakazam_sweet02:03
Alakazam_Dual procs02:03
Alakazam_hehe02:03
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gnomefreakSenesence: did you put it in the right dir?02:04
mikeymikehey everyone02:04
Alakazam_model name      : Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 3.20GHz02:04
Alakazam_w00t02:04
Alakazam_brb ciggy time.02:04
Senesencegnomefreak: Yes ~/.fonts02:04
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Sebsup y'all02:04
Sebhow do I start he cups config GUI from a shell ?02:04
Sebs/ he/ the/02:04
collier_If I have a font on my desktop how to i add it to /usr/share/fonts/ threw termnial?02:04
Warboucordes_: Hmm, just tried it myself and switch user isn't working (probably my effed up X, so I am using AiGLX just because X doesn't work)02:04
mikeymikeif you guys wouldn't mind taking the time to check this link out for me.. i'd really appreciate it... and so would my friend nancy.. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=27015002:04
collier_If I have a font on my desktop how to i MOVE it to /usr/share/fonts/ threw termnial?02:04
kitcheWarbo: AiGLX is X02:04
Warbocollier_: Open file browser, press ctrl-L type "fonts:"02:04
ucordes_Warbo: i see02:04
mikeymikewould you guys mind checking that out :)02:04
Warbokitche: "xorg-air"02:05
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Warborather than "xorg"02:05
ucordes_Warbo: so you think with aiglx ill prolly do better?02:05
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collier_Warbo: could not find fonts02:05
Warboucordes_: NO!02:05
mikeymikecan someone help me perhaps?02:05
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Sebhow do I start the cups config GUI from a shell, anyone ?02:05
Warbocollier_: Oh. Well, plan B I would install "kcontrol" and open it up. It is a KDE app, but is VERY useful for installing fonts (start it with "gksudo kcontrol")02:05
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Warboucordes_: AiGLX messes up switch user, since it hasn't been tested much02:06
Warbohang on02:06
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collier_collier@collier-desktop:~$ gksudo kcontrol02:06
collier_sudo: kcontrol: command not found02:06
mikeymikei have a friend and her birthday is tommorow and i wanted to get some people together to send her a happy birthday message on ubuntu forums.. it would be wonderful if you guys could do that for me if you're a member already... http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=27015002:06
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mikeymikeit would be so amazing if she got some messages02:06
mikeymikeit would make her day02:07
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collier_Warbo: I did that now what?02:07
slopzidedmikeymike, i'll do it02:07
ucordes_Warbo: oh ok. i got this twisted. have to leave . thx for your help and have a good time02:07
mikeymikeslopzided: thank you so much :)02:07
mikeymikeslopzided: i think she deserves it02:07
mikeymikeshe's a very faithful 15 year old ubuntu user02:07
mikeymike100% ubuntu02:07
slopzidedmikeymike, sweet :)02:08
mikeymike:]  thanks so much02:08
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mikeymikeyou're an awesome person02:08
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slopzidedmikeymike, no problem at all really :)02:08
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slopzidedi'm big on birthdays ;)02:09
mikeymikethe link to send her a message is in the thread.. its so easy just click and you're right there :)02:09
mikeymike:) okay02:09
colin_Does anyone here use a Ralink rt2570 wireless device?02:09
duelbootmikeymike, slopzided --enough...we get it02:09
Seveasmikeymike, sent 02:09
mikeymikethanks so much guys!02:09
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mikeymikeyou guys are WONDERFUL02:09
slopzidedduelboot, ?02:09
THX-1138colin - ralink yes, it is supported out of the box - i just clicked on it02:10
Ash-FoxAnybody know of a alternative to XMPlay? I can't find a single mod player that can play multi-track XM files properly.02:10
colin_It's not working for me02:10
SenesenceI need help guys02:10
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JoshIRLI still can't get mp3's to play on my ubuntu 6.06 and i read those pages and tried. i obviously messed somethign up :(02:10
mikeymikeSeveas: thank you for doing that02:10
colin_The interface is there in iwconfig and ifconfig, but I can't connect to any access points02:10
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kitcheJoshIRL: you read the mp3 pages?02:10
Alakazam_my azureus keeps crashing, anyone experienced that?02:10
Chamucoso I did a new install and formated and formatted a ext3 to resier, could I recover that partition/files?02:10
JoshIRLYes.02:10
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AnotherWarboBah, I go to the trouble of manually starting a new X session as a new user, starting GAIM, signing on to FreeNode, and ucordes has left!02:11
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JoshIRLI did something wrong or misread, because it isn't working, i tried twice.02:11
shwag_If I reboot in the Xen kernel, Xorg fails to load.02:11
LookTJduelboot: shutup dude we were wishing someone happy b-day02:11
gnomefreakJoshIRL: you installed the packages they said to for dapper?02:11
JoshIRLYes.02:11
JoshIRL!mp302:11
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ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  -  See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html  -  But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats02:11
suff0kateWhen i was configuring GTK-Gnutella it said i can't locate 'make' my life depends on it?02:11
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gnomefreakJoshIRL: the first link02:11
JoshIRLYessum :P02:11
AnotherWarbosuff0kate: WTF? It is in Ubuntu!02:11
tannerldcan anyone help me? cron isn't working anymore...02:11
AnotherWarbo!info gtk-gnutella02:11
duelbootLookTJ, I went to the link...not against it...it was just so much on a channel to help people with technical problems...02:11
ubotugtk-gnutella: shares files in a peer to peer network. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.96.1-0ubuntu1 (dapper), package size 1956 kB, installed size 6988 kB02:11
THX-1138colin - check the settings for gateway02:12
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AnotherWarbo!synaptic > suff0kate02:12
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JoshIRLI'm going to go through this again, one second.02:12
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LookTJI help people with ubuntu only02:12
SenesenceIs there a way to install a raster font on ubuntu? :)02:12
LookTJbut whatever you say02:12
WarboOK, I'm back02:12
ChamucoI have not touched that partition02:12
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mineraleis there a gui sftp/scp client anyone could recommend me? (or a CLI one that has autocompletion)02:13
THX-1138!fonts > Senesence02:13
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magnusanyody here running dapper6402:13
LookTJHi THX-113802:13
colin_THX-1128, where do I find that setting?02:13
SenesenceTHX-1138: Did it, but it still didn't recognize this font http://www.netalive.org/tinkering/triskweline/02:13
THX-1138Hi LokTJ - lol02:14
magnusdapper 64 anyone ?02:14
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LookTJnot me02:14
THX-1138colin in networkin - part of the admin menu02:14
JoshIRLYes, i did install all of the packages02:14
LookTJim x8602:14
Alakazam_i think it was backdown java02:14
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eczarnyanyone able to use their Xbox 360 controller?02:14
LookTJbrb02:14
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shwag_how can I force a runlevel at boot time so that Xorg doesn't try to load ?02:14
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Alakazam_or blackdown, i installed SUN's java and it seems to have stopped crashing02:15
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PFAso . . . what's the thing on parted to view your partitions??02:15
jcolenyone here have a *serial* (NOT usb) gps unit and have gotten it to work with gpsd?02:15
JoshIRLI installed gstreamer.010-plugins-ugly, gstreamer0.8-mad and misc and tried02:15
magnusshwag: /etc/inittab - runlevel 302:15
JoshIRLto open in gnome-02:15
JoshIRLit didn't play, said unknown stream format or something02:15
colin_It's on automatic DHCP, so the gateway field is grayed out.02:15
Warboshwag_: Move /etc/rc2.d/SXXgdm to /etc/rc2.d/KXXgdm02:15
chupacabra_i don't remember ubuntu asking for a root password?02:15
micael71how do i stop a program from running02:15
kitchechupacabra_: ubuntu uses sudo02:15
Warbo!root > chupacabra_02:15
magnusis here a channel for dapper64 ?02:16
chupacabra_i realize but i would still like to have the root passwd02:16
Warbomicael71: "killall <programname>"02:16
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SenesenceWhy can't ubuntu detect my PCF font??:(02:16
JoshIRLAnyone have any idea why i can't play mp3's? i installed the plugins/packages and it still doesn't know02:16
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pbergermichael71: sudo killall programname02:16
Warbochupacabra_: Then run "sudo -s -H" then "passwd" to set one02:16
collier_Anyone know how to setup a network and share a printer??????/02:16
attahAnyone that is running edgy and got some knowledge about the new bootscreen system?02:17
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kitcheattah: ask in #ubuntu+102:17
colin_attah, it just shows a progress bar and the Ubnutu logo02:17
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THX-1138collier - in printing properties - be certain to select windows printer and not samba02:17
collier_Wheres printer properties?02:18
|_ockek so gparted fails when trying to resize02:18
attahcolin_ well mine went to low memory..02:18
attahkitche thx02:18
chupacabra_didn't work02:18
collier_Got it02:18
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THX-1138collier - in the system .. administration menu02:18
Warbochupacabra_: I don't think su will work, since it is disabled for regular users02:18
collier_Yeah but how do I setup a network02:18
chupacabra_ahhh02:18
chupacabra_but it wont let me update02:19
Warbochupacabra_: I don't know how to configure su though (I know visudo for sudo though)02:19
THX-1138collier - not sure why leaving "discover network printers" unchecked helped.02:19
PFAso. in parted. i want to print . . . what?? i tried /dev/hda and it's like "umm i can't find hdc" which is obviously not what i'm looking for but um . . . whatever.02:19
Warbochupacabra_: "sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade"02:19
chupacabra_update asks for a password and i dont know it02:19
Warbochupacabra_: Using your regular user password02:19
odyssevsWarbo / kitche, I presume patching up to .18 from the current kernel in Ubuntu (.15?) is easier than building the .18?02:20
kitcheodyssevs: you stll have to rebuild the kernel02:20
magnusah cmon, i must not be the only dapper64 user in the world02:20
Warboodyssevs: I am using 2.6.15-23 (and that was reluctantly upgraded from 2.6.15-18), so don't ask me :)02:20
SenesenceDoes ubuntu support PCF fonts?02:20
lunaphytei see the alternate install cd mentions lvm and raid partitioning - can software raid not be configured if i installed from the standard server install cd?02:20
chupacabra_coolio02:20
odyssevsWarbo, what sort of difficulty is involved in creating a live cd of Ubuntu, but replacing the kernel with .18?02:21
JoshIRLAnyone have any idea why i can't play mp3's? i installed the plugins/packages and it still doesn't know the streamer format or w/e02:21
magnusi lost my glxinfo utility in my latest update02:21
magnusanybody here with the same problem ?02:21
colin_THX-1138, eventhough the interface shows up in ifconfig, when I do "route -n" it only shows packets going through my ethernet connection.02:21
Warboodyssevs: I have only ever recreated KNOPPIX live CDs (and replacing the kernel is a pain. I still can't get unionfs to compile :( )02:21
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dragonfire1ing searching don't see how small I need soemthing for 64 ram on a laptop 1.2 hard drive02:22
JoshIRL>:O02:22
xophermagnus: I was running 64bit dapper, now at edgy, why?02:22
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cafuegomagnus: Possibly you are, most peole, would run 32bit on a 64bit desktop cpu - less painful - stuff just works.02:22
cyber_brain_mfkgin Gaim why i can't see avatars of my friends that r using yahoo messenger???02:23
kitchecyber_brain_mfkg: because gaim doesn't have that feature02:23
Warbocyber_brain_mfkg: Hm? I can....02:23
JoshIRL!mp302:23
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  -  See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html  -  But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats02:23
chupacabra_she is upgrading now02:23
chupacabra_thanks02:23
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Senesence!PCF02:23
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about PCF - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:23
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odyssevsWarbo, gahh. Linux is greedy for one's time.02:23
magnusxopher: i updated and lost my glxinfo utility. Can you check where it is on your edgy ?02:23
cyber_brain_mfkgkitche: but i can c that on msn accounts02:24
Senesence!raster02:24
cyber_brain_mfkg:-S02:24
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about raster - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:24
xopher!info glxinfo02:24
ubotuPackage glxinfo does not exist in any distro I know02:24
Senesence!bitmap02:24
ubotubitmap: X client - bitmap. In component main, is optional. Version 1.0.1-0ubuntu2 (dapper), package size 49 kB, installed size 252 kB02:24
magnusit is not a package, but a utility02:24
Warboodyssevs: Which is useful to those who wish to find ways to waste it (namely me)02:24
kyja!audio02:24
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about audio - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:24
kyjaoops02:24
Warbocyber_brain_mfkg: You sure they have a picture?02:24
Warbocyber_brain_mfkg: maybe see what happens when you set your own02:25
cafuegomagnus: mesa-utils02:25
collier_Warbo: How do u edit /etc/apt/sources.list  in terminal again?02:25
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colin_Is anyone here running Ubuntu on an Averatec laptop?02:25
Warbocollier_: "sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list"02:25
collier_thanks02:26
Alakazam_yeah yeah YEAH02:26
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shwag_how do I not load X only for specific grub entries though...so that Xorg still loads in my normal kernel, but doesnt load if I boot into Xen.02:26
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shwag_since Xen doesnt seem to support xorg.02:26
Warbosudo = super-user-do, nano= text editor, /etc/apt/sources.list = filename02:26
colin_Alakazam_: Was that in response to my question about Averatec?02:26
Alakazam_colin_, no... sorry02:27
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Alakazam_lol02:27
Alakazam_lemme read up, maybe i can help02:27
physicsnickdear ubuntu, my microphone input volume is set ridiculously low and it's driving me INSANE, i have to put the mic inside my mouth for people to hear me02:27
Alakazam_Averatec is a name brand colin_ ... whats the question/problem?02:27
physicsnicki'm in kde, in gnome i could turn it up easily, but this "kmix" program is a piece of shit02:27
physicsnickhow do i turn up my microphone volume?02:27
Warbophysicsnick: double click the volume icon in the top right?02:28
colin_Alakazam_: There are two problems, I can't get wireless working and the only video driver I can use is vesa, which is extremely slow.02:28
Avagant!listen02:28
physicsnickWarbo, yes, that works wonderfully in gnome, which is what i just said. i switched over to kde and there's no such option in kmix02:28
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about listen - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:28
AvagantYou guys heard of this "listen" player?02:28
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mister_robotophysicsnick: the mic volume slider in kmix doesn't work for u?02:29
Avagantit's pretty awesome.02:29
Alakazam_colin_, what model number is your lap top.02:29
Alakazam_i'll be able to help you with this.02:29
Warbophysicsnick: OK, if you hate KDE (understandable) then try "alsamixer" in terminal (maybe "sudo alsamixer")02:29
AvagantIt's not very pretty but it has everything I need. haha02:29
physicsnickmister_roboto, no, that's just output volume, not input volume (or microphone sensitivity)02:29
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colin_Alakazam_: It's 2260-EK102:29
mister_robotophysicsnick: wrong02:29
mister_robotophysicsnick: it's input vol. there IS no output on a mic02:29
physicsnickWarbo, i love kde, i'm just very surprised and frustrated that something works in gnome and not kde02:29
Alakazam_one second colin_02:29
collier_Anyone know where to install ADOBE FLASH PLAYER from is it in sypantic?02:29
SenesenceDoes anyone here know anything about .PCF fonts and how to install them??02:30
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JoshIRLWhen i use audacity to open mp3  and convert to ogg i click ok to enter the mp3 and the program closes, why?02:30
physicsnickmister_roboto, of course there is. that slider is for how loud the microphone input is outputted back out through your speakers02:30
THX-1138Warbo - whaich control in alsamixer contrls the mic?02:30
physicsnicknot how sensitive the mic is02:30
Warbocollier_: Personally I would get the package from debian-multimedia.org and install that (you shouldn't really install Debain packages, but Flash is binary only anyway)02:30
cafuegoJoshIRL: It knows that converting from mp3 (lossy) to ogg (other lossy) is a very bad idea.02:30
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WarboTHX-1138: The one which is labelled Mic?02:30
JoshIRLI can't get it to play mp3's.02:30
mister_robotophysicsnick: wtf are u talking about? it's input level. hence the input tab02:30
JoshIRLI've tried everything, no worky.02:30
JoshIRLSo, if i convert it should play, shouldn't it?02:31
physicsnickmister_roboto, the input tab has three "capture" sliders, and says nothing about a microphone02:31
THX-1138Warbo - hm - i don't see it. is it the middle one near "surround"?02:31
magnusis there a way I can search the deb packages from a mirror? I want to know the location of a file02:31
physicsnickthere is a microphone slider under the output tab, which controls output, as i just said02:31
cafuegomagnus: apt-file is your friend.02:31
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magnusthx02:32
THX-1138Hi cafuego.02:32
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WarboTHX-1138: For me, in order from left: PCM, Surround, Surround, Centre, LFE, Line, CD, Mic02:32
cafuegoTHX-1138: Oh sorry, I ahd no idea.02:32
JoshIRLoh well no music for me then lol02:32
physicsnickWarbo, yes, that's under OUTPUT02:32
THX-1138cafuego - Thank You fpr hosting files.02:32
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mister_robotophysicsnick: intersting. i have 7 input sliders. must be the sound card driver ur using02:32
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physicsnickthat is not the sensitivity, it's how loud the microphone is echoed back through your speakers02:32
Warbophysicsnick: alsamixer doesn't make any distinction02:32
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physicsnickWarbo, yes it does.02:33
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Alakazam_colin_02:33
Alakazam_PM me, so i can keep up with our conversation.02:33
constantine-xvican anyone in here get a samsung i500 (palm 4.x) to work?02:33
THX-1138Warbo - okay, not enabled in my card. not sure why.. don't need it though.02:33
physicsnickWarbo, alsamixer shows exactly the same thing kmix does. it shows tabs for playback and capture, and there's nothing about a microphone under capture02:33
colin_Alakazam_: what's PM?02:33
bm0nkPrivate Message02:33
physicsnicki'll look and see if i'm missing any audio drivers, but everything else works fine02:33
Alakazam_private message02:33
Alakazam_i'll pm you02:33
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physicsnicki mean the microphone works its just not sensitive enough02:33
collier_Warbo: I got to etc/apt/source.list and add which one from http://debian-multimedia.org/mirrors.html to the list02:33
suff0katewhats the other good mp3 players XMMS isn't working so well?02:34
ConstyI can't use skypeout to dial out.. whenever I type a number it instantly says call failed.  Any ideas how to fix this?02:34
kitcheAlakazam_ you need to be registered to use the pm feature on here02:34
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Alakazam_oh02:34
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Alakazam_well, we'll just do it here.02:34
mister_robotophysicsnick: there is a mic boost under switches tab too02:34
constantine-xvisuff0kate: if you just want a player, use vlc02:34
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suff0katevlc is for video's isn't it?02:35
colin_Alakazam_: We can start a new channel on freenode, can't we?02:35
physicsnickmister_roboto, i have no such mic boost option02:35
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constantine-xvisuff0kate: both02:35
Alakazam_sure thing02:35
Alakazam_join #alakazam02:35
suff0katecan u form a playlist with it?02:35
constantine-xvisuff0kate: yes02:35
jacksondoes anyone know if Cinema 4D works well with wine?02:35
suff0katekk thank you02:35
eobanb_!restricted02:35
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  -  See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html  -  But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats02:35
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THX-1138Warbo - Ah - i can use the arrow key to scroll it.>> Do i owe you an hourly computer tech fee?02:35
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constantine-xvisuff0kate: unless you are looking for more functionality than xmms02:36
Alakazam_colin_, join the chan... #alakazam02:36
Consty I can't use skypeout to dial out.. whenever I type a number it instantly says call failed.  Any ideas how to fix this?02:36
SenesenceDoes anyone know why ubuntu won't recognize .pcf fonts? I really need help on this guys02:36
WarboTHX-1138: All in a days work (and I feel I owe the community a lot anyway)02:36
mister_robotophysicsnick: oh, i forgot... running edgy here. they might have changed kmix  :\02:37
Warbosuff0kate: If you install VLC then check out the "svlc" command, it lets you use skins02:37
collier_Warbo: I got to etc/apt/source.list and add which one from http://debian-multimedia.org/mirrors.html to the list02:37
Volvohow to list running processes and kill some02:37
Volvosome desklets are stuck on my desktop and are not happy to leave peacefully02:38
Warbocollier_: Add an unstable or a sid, and use the deb not the deb-src02:38
constantine-xviVolvo: ps auxw; killall (proc name)02:38
Volvook for listing them ? constantine-xvi02:38
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constantine-xviVolvo: or run gnome-system-monitor and kill them the graphical way if you must02:38
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kitcheSensence: might help you out http://anakin.ncst.ernet.in/~aparna/consolidated/x1091.html02:38
darkhazehey i got a problem instaling realplayer here02:38
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MissLadyanyone can help me please ? ... I installed Ubuntu on my HDD, my USB Cable Modem don't work but with Live CD it worked. What should i do?02:38
darkhazecan anyone help me instaling?02:38
jman8888Is there a way to compress my podcasts? Like to 32bit(Theyre voice so i dont care.02:38
Warbodarkhaze: Did you use Add/Remove?02:39
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darkhazehrm i did it with terminal02:39
bayziderhey when im broswing the internet and use something like you tube the audio only works around 45% of the time whats with that?02:39
brian98darkhaze: The only way I got it to work was downloading it from real.com02:39
Warbodarkhaze: OK, which package name?02:39
darkhazehrm02:39
brian98there is a deb there02:39
darkhazei followed the guide02:39
flacohi all... is possible to get working 2 mouses at the same time? the laptop mouse.. and a trackball02:39
constantine-xviVolvo: use ps auxw to list, killall -9 (proc) to kill02:39
darkhazesudo apt-get install reaplay02:39
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darkhazesudo apt-get install reaplayer02:39
collier_Warbo: W: GPG error: http://ieso.gotdns.com unstable Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY 07DC563D1F41B90702:39
darkhazenone of them worked02:39
suff0kateis there any programs that are similar to soulseek?02:39
darkhazeso i went to the real website02:39
Volvook02:40
WarboI find the dapper commercial repo's package works fine, but there is a legacy "realplay" (I think) in multiverse which doesn;'t work02:40
darkhazeand downloaded a .bin file02:40
brian98suff0kate, nicotine02:40
constantine-xvisuff0kate: soulseek (explanation)?02:40
darkhazebut im a newbie here and i dunno how to proceed to install this .bin file02:40
kitche!nicotine02:40
ubotunicotine: graphical client for the SoulSeek peer-to-peer system. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.0.8rc1-1.1 (dapper), package size 291 kB, installed size 1488 kB02:40
suff0kateits a windows programs p2p - fullcds02:40
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Warbodarkhaze: Go in Add/Remove and tick the "enable commercial software" box02:40
bm0nkI have a Netgear WG121 USB (v2) wireless card, and  I've just installed the newest version of ndiswrapper, got the wg121.inf/sys files from ndis5 folder, ndsiwrapper -l returns  netwg121 driver installed, hardware (0846:4210) present .// lsusb returns 0846:4210 Netgear, Inc. WG121 Wifi (v2) // HOWEVER iwconfig doesn't show my card...ifconfig only shows loopback... can ANYONE help? I've been working on this for days.....02:40
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suff0katethank you02:40
HornyTeddyBearyour welcome, son.02:40
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darkhaze<Warbo>alright.02:41
brian98he's not your son02:41
suff0kate:-D02:41
Warbosuff0kate: MLDonkey can use Soulseek, EDonkey, Kademlia, Bittorrent, HTTP/FTP, Gnutella, Gnutella2, etc. :)02:41
collier_Warbo: Do I Need to put #deb http://mirror.home-dn.net/debian-multimedia unstable main or with the #02:41
kitchebm0nk: you have to up the card with ifup <device>02:41
bm0nkkitche it doesnt show up on iwconfig02:41
SenesenceSomeone please help me. :)02:41
bm0nkthats whats doing my nut02:41
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Warbocollier_: Without the #02:41
kitchebm0nk: it won't until you bring it up02:41
collier_it dont work02:41
brian98Senesence, whats the problem02:41
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collier_Warbo: W: GPG error: http://ieso.gotdns.com unstable Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY 07DC563D1F41B90702:41
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SenesenceCant install PCF font.02:41
Warbocollier_: Oh? Hang on, I will give you my line....02:41
darkhazeit says02:41
darkhazeits not possible to install02:42
Warbocollier_: Oh, don;'t pay attention to that02:42
bm0nkwlan0: ERROR while getting interface flags: No such device02:42
kitcheSenesence: did you go to the webpage I posted for you?02:42
HornyTeddyBearyes02:42
darkhazecos this file get in conflict with another file instaled in my machine02:42
Warbodarkhaze: Probably conflicting files. Make sure you remove any other realplayer packages first02:42
HornyTeddyBearok02:42
w30 darkhaze to run a bin file chmod ugoa+x file; then in the directory of the file ./filewhatever.bin02:42
bm0nkhowever ndiswrapper -l  reports     netwg121 driver installed, hardware present02:42
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Warbocollier_: It has worked fine02:42
Consty I can't use skypeout to dial out.. whenever I type a number it instantly says call failed.  Any ideas how to fix this?02:42
Senesencekitche: Yes, did that. PCF font still not recognized. Im trying this one http://www.netalive.org/tinkering/triskweline/02:42
Warbocollier_: Now look for "mozilla-flash-player7-binary"02:42
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HornyTeddyBearonce you find it you need to do the hokey pokey02:43
collier_Warbo: Didnt find anything02:43
Senesencekitche: Could it be something with the font itself?02:43
WarboOops, you on amd64? It may still work, but now I am not so confident (bloody proprietary crap)02:43
jman8888!vlc02:43
ubotuAudio (Ogg, MP3...) players: Banshee, Beep Media Player, Quod Libet, Rhythmbox, XMMS (GTK/Gnome based) and Amarok, JuK (Qt/KDE based).  Video players: Totem, Xine, MPlayer, VLC, Kaffeine  -  See also !codecs02:43
MissLadyanyone can help me please ? ... I installed Ubuntu on my HDD, my USB Cable Modem don't work but with Live CD it worked. What should i do?02:43
jman8888Can anybody tell me how to shrink a mp3?02:43
kitcheSenesence: not sure I don't use pcf files but according to that website you need to gzip them02:43
collier_Warbo: Yes I am on amd64 so what should  I do02:43
darkhazeimma try it02:43
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HornyTeddyBearmisslady, you should come over and have a cold glass of whine with me.02:43
w30darkhaze, but don't do that to a file you got off wharez02:43
Warbocollier_: Hmm, one second02:43
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kitchebm0nk: hmm I wonder if it uses a different name isntead of wlan0 now02:44
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darkhazei got it from the realmedia website02:44
Senesencekitche: You mean unzip them? Yea I did that, followed all tut instructions. But still ubuntu wont recognize it.02:44
Warbocollier_: While you wait, remove that repo from sources.list (never a good idea to keep Debian repos around when you might press upgrade)02:44
kitcheSensesence: no I mean gzip02:44
bm0nkkitche : may i PM you ?02:44
darkhazeerm.02:44
collier_Warbo: ok02:44
kitcheyes bm0nk02:44
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jman8888!lame02:45
ubotulame: LAME Ain't an MP3 Encoder. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 3.96.1-1 (dapper), package size 222 kB, installed size 620 kB02:45
darkhazeWarbo i dun have any realplayer instaled here02:45
darkhazeand still says i do >.<02:45
kitcheSenesence such as this gzip eenadu.pcf02:45
Warbocollier_: Try this, but I haven't used it myself as I am in 32bit land https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FirefoxAMD64FlashJava?highlight=%28flash%2902:45
jman8888How can i encode a mp3 high quality to low quality.02:45
jman8888Please help02:45
statikeffeck!list02:45
ubotuI am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbotuUsage02:45
Warbodarkhaze: Then get in a temrinal and rm the files :)02:45
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Senesencekitche: It said I have to gzip it?02:45
Senesencekitche: where?02:45
darkhazex.x how do i do that?02:46
magnuscan anyone give me an example of using apt-file to search for a file02:46
darkhaze*second day using linux*02:46
physicsnickblarg. anyone know how i can install realtek audio drivers?02:46
likewhoa54anyone know a good linux terminal emulator vt220 etc.02:46
HornyTeddyBearHELP HELP: I have a prob. Someone asked me why tigger stuck his head in the toylat. Was it because he was looking for pooh?02:46
likewhoa54need one to replace procomm02:46
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Warbomagnus: "sudo apt-file search mylibrary.so.4" for example02:46
kitcheSenseence: it's the bitmap section of the webpage I posted02:46
cafuegoHornyTeddyBear: Forty-Two.02:46
Warbodarkhaze: Oh, then I wouldn;t recommend random super user file removing then :)02:46
Senesencekitche: you mean the doc page !fonts?02:46
darkhazelol02:47
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darkhazedamn T.T i wanna watch my movies T.T02:47
statikeffeck!xmms02:47
ubotuAudio (Ogg, MP3...) players: Banshee, Beep Media Player, Quod Libet, Rhythmbox, XMMS (GTK/Gnome based) and Amarok, JuK (Qt/KDE based).  Video players: Totem, Xine, MPlayer, VLC, Kaffeine  -  See also !codecs02:47
darkhaze*goes read all the documentation i can find*02:47
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kitcheSenesence: no I mean http://anakin.ncst.ernet.in/~aparna/consolidated/x1091.html02:47
cyber_brain_mfkg!video editor02:47
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about video editor - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:47
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cyber_brain_mfkg!video edit02:48
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about video edit - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:48
cyber_brain_mfkg!video02:48
ubotuFor multimedia codecs see: https://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html and for applications see this: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MultimediaApplications02:48
Warbodarkhaze: OK, look in /var/cache/apt/archives for the realplayer file, then open it up in "file roller" (archive manager) (you will need to right click>open with)02:48
ladydoorMissLady: when you plug in your modem, is then anything relevant to it (like, say, having to do with USBs) when you do this:  dmesg|tail (in the console)02:48
ladydoor?02:48
Warbodarkhaze: The drag the "data.tar.gz" to your desktop and right click it and select "Extract Here"02:48
PFAcan someone tell me if i can delete my hda4 and 5? http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/25537/02:49
jman8888What can i USE TO MAKE A 256KB MP3 32KB I dont have room for all my podcasts in high quality.02:49
ladydoor!language > darkhaze02:49
jman8888Please help.02:49
Warbocyber_brain_mfkg: Video editor? Check out Kino, LiVES, Cinellera and Blender02:49
statikeffeck!audacity02:49
ladydoor!shout02:49
ubotuaudacity: A fast, cross-platform audio editor. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.2.4b-2ubuntu2 (dapper), package size 1842 kB, installed size 5460 kB02:49
ubotuPLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.02:49
MissLadyno ladydoor02:49
jman8888ladydoor, Do you know what can compress?02:49
cyber_brain_mfkg!CAD02:49
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about CAD - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:49
micael71is there a way to get all my media files opend with vlc02:49
cyber_brain_mfkg!cad02:50
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about cad - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:50
jman8888statikeffeck, I dont know how to use audiacity. I just need something to encode a few folders of mp302:50
ladydoorjman8888: gzip, bzip2, zip...02:50
collier_Wardo: When I do the last step for flash it says to type linux32 ./install_flash_player_7_linux/flashplayer-installer I do that and it says command not found02:50
jman8888ladydoor, to mp3 low quality.02:50
Warbojman8888: I would say either use soundconverter to make it low quality Ogg Vorbis (saves even more space because it has better compression) or extract it to Wave with soundconverter and use lame to reencode it02:50
cyber_brain_mfkg!auto cad02:50
ladydoorjman8888: lame02:50
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about auto cad - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:50
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jman8888ladydoor, But how do i do it.02:50
cyber_brain_mfkg!qcad02:50
ubotuqcad: A professional CAD System. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.0.4.0-1-2.1ubuntu1 (dapper), package size 2872 kB, installed size 12564 kB02:50
Warbocollier_: You sure you installed all of the packages it said?02:50
ladydoorjman8888: but i'd listen to warbo02:50
collier_Warbo: bash: linux32: No such file or directory02:50
jman8888ladydoor, I need it for my mp3 player.02:50
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darkhazeWarbo  there isnt anyfile with real or something like in its name02:51
jman8888ladydoor, so i need a small mp3. How do i use lame.02:51
collier_Warbo: I dont have 32 I have 64 so do I have to change that?02:51
DarkMageZcollier_, stop stop... there are much better ways to install flash player 7 for ubuntu dapper02:51
ladydoorjman8888: ummm...lame file.wav02:51
darkhazesorry about that ladydoor02:51
darkhaze:/02:51
ladydoordarkhaze: np02:51
Warbojman8888: OK, I would say either soundconverter or "mpg123 -w file.mp3" to get a wave, then "lame -b XX file.wav"02:51
cyber_brain_mfkgone question: if KDevelop is for KDE what is for gnome? i mean is there similar thing?02:51
Warbodarkhaze: Really? Hmm........02:51
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Warbocyber_brain_mfkg: I have heard good things about Adjunta02:52
DarkMageZcollier_, um, flashplayer 7 for linux is for 32-bit. there are hacks to get it working... but it's not pritty02:52
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Warbo(although I probably spelt it wrong)02:52
DrBanzaiAnybody in here ever used the cluster feature of dvd::rip??02:52
darkhazethat whats driving me insane cos i went to the official guide on ubuntu-brasil02:52
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kitchecollier_: look up nswrapperplugin02:52
WarboDarkMageZ: Yeah, I directed him (her? sorry I don't know) to the wiki page...02:52
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treitteris anyone else unable to stat /var/lib/gdm/.gdmfifo ?02:52
darkhazeand followed all the instructions then i got some message like " u need xlibs but its unstable or removed "02:52
Warbodarkhaze: hang on02:52
collier_kitche: in what?02:52
treitterI see it, but I cna't stat it (stat claims it doesn't exist)02:52
mr-russanybody setup apache2 fcgid php + suexec?  I can't seem to get suexec to go into the mix. 500 internal errors result02:52
cipher_nemoI'm trying to log in for the first time to phpmyadmin and going to localhost/phpmyadmin, but Firefox wants to download it as a file instead of run the login. Any ideas? I've installed apache2, mysql-server, phpmyadmin, libapache2-mod-php5, and libapache2-mod-auth-mysql already.02:52
collier_synaptic?02:53
darkhazeWarbo: alright02:53
cyber_brain_mfkgok! thanx Warbo!02:53
PFAcan someone tell me if i can delete my hda4 and 5? http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/25537/02:53
Warbodarkhaze: Oh, xlibs? That doesn't exist in Ubuntu02:53
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jman8888Warbo,  I got lame to do it. Just how can i make it do it to a folder?02:53
gandolfthewizardhi all02:53
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Warbodarkhaze: I made a hack for it though, by making an empty package called xlibs :)02:53
kitchecollier_: it's to get 32bit plugins working on a x86_64 bit system02:53
sedrakewhats the command to install C header files that matches my kernel?02:53
collier_kitche: where is it though?02:53
Warbojman8888: I don't know, you might need to find a script (Perl or Python probably)02:53
jman8888:(02:53
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gnomefreaksedrake: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-2.6.xx.xxx02:54
Volvo>> nautilus --no-desktop. Opens my username home folder. How to change it with To open My computer and Garbage bin02:54
DarkMageZWarbo, ah, k. he was trying to install flash manually. i thought it was alittle odd when there's a package in the repo. cept now i find he's running x64...02:54
kothz!fglrx02:54
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto02:54
Warbosedrake: "sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r)"02:54
darkhazeis it hard to make a package ? :~02:54
fluvvellmr-russ, we use apache and php with mysql, what do you use fcgid for?02:54
Warbodarkhaze: Not at all. All I did was open up Amaork, delete everything in it and rename it :)02:54
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collier_kitche: where is it though? where do I get nswrapperplugin02:54
Warbodarkhaze: two seconds........02:54
kitchecollier_: http://www.gibix.net/dokuwiki/en:projects:nspluginwrapper it's nspluginwrapper02:55
mister_robotoDarkMageZ: when is 64-bit gonna be a real first class citizen in ubuntu?02:55
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darkhazeits gonna be a looooooong way till i get really used to linux lol.02:55
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physicsnickhey guys, what's the volume control in Ubuntu called?02:55
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collier_kitche: which one do I download rpm or tar02:55
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DarkMageZmister_roboto, it is... as far as the ubuntu dev's can make it... there's still alot of 32-bit binary junk like flash 7 which ubuntu cannot fix02:56
Giaanyone here an expert on vsftpd?02:56
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mr-russfluvvell: no mod_php.  fastcgi, to speed up cgi.02:56
mr-russfluvvell: as mod_php is insecure for virtual hosting02:56
fluvvellphysicsnic, under add to panel, its in system and hardware - its volume control02:56
mr-russand by php6 there will be no safe mode02:56
kitchecollier_: the tar.bz2: you need to compile it to make it work since the binary comes in as rpm02:56
Giais there an easier/better ftp server than vsftpd???02:56
physicsnickfluvvell, i know how to access it, i want to know what its called02:56
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cyber_brain_mfkgWarbo: do i need all that kernel booting choise on the boot or i can delete some of them from menu.lst???(because every time i updete kernel it makes a new 2 lines(kernel and failsafe mode)02:56
physicsnickfluvvell,  i want to install it in kubuntu02:56
cipher_nemophysicsnic: it's also part of the ubuntu-desktop, so you can troubleshoot from the package as well02:57
Warbodarkhaze: http://www.freewebs.com/chriswarbo/Temporary/xlibs.deb02:57
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mr-russGia: for what purpose?02:57
fluvvellphysicsnic, ah ok.02:57
w30mister_roboto, Microsoft is way behind on 64bit so at 90% user base people like Flash and wma9 codecs in the 64bit realm lag also because 1% or so don't carry much weight02:57
collier_kitche: can u help me with that? I downloaded it now what?02:57
physicsnicki don't want to install ubuntu-desktop02:57
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Giamr-russ, I want to use it ftp websites from my IIS/windoze server to my new linux lamp server02:57
Warbocyber_brain_mfkg: If the newest one works then by all means get rid of the old ones (do it by uninstalling the linux-image-<version> packages)02:57
fluvvellmr-russ, thanks.  we are using php with ssl, but I guess thats not what you're after either.02:57
cipher_nemophysicsnick: understandable :) ... lemme check on mine02:57
darkhazeWarbo: done, downloaded it02:57
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kitchecollier_: /join #kitchetech02:57
collier_ok02:57
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mr-russGia: what's wrong with ssh?02:58
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Warbodarkhaze: OK, install that (don't worry, it is empty and harmless) so anything looking for xlibs will now think it is installed02:58
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mister_robotow30: gotcha. thanks02:58
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fluvvellphysicnic,gnome-volume-manager02:58
w30mister_roboto, the Linux 64 bit has been here for a long time on the server platforms of Sun and HP02:58
Giamr-russ.. I have ssh installed, and I'm connected to it with putty, but I didn't know you could transfer files/folders with it....???02:58
physicsnickfluvvell, thanks02:58
cyber_brain_mfkgWarbo: ok!02:58
WarboOK, nature is calling me pretty insistently. Be back in a minute02:58
DarkMageZmister_roboto, you'll find that once 64-bit machines are more mainstream then we'll see more support02:58
darkhazeWarbo: done02:59
darkhazelet me try it now. (:02:59
kitcheGia: yeah with scp and sftp02:59
gandolfthewizardis there any other irc out there for linux02:59
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kitchegandolfthewizzard: you mean irc clients?02:59
fluvvellphysicsnick, you can also play with the volume in alsamixergui in a terminal.  The key is setting volume-control to activate the correct channel.  I use pcm02:59
gandolfthewizardyes03:00
mr-russGia: get winscp03:00
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kitchegandolfthewizard: yes the three big ones are irssi BitchX and xchat03:00
physicsnickfluvvell, alsamixer and kmix both don't let me set the sensitivity of my microphone03:00
user-landis it possible to edit tags in rythmbox ? or how do you edit song tags ?03:00
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gandolfthewizardok ty can you chat on msn with linux or no03:00
w30mister_roboto, I tried a free beta of Longhorn 64 bit two years ago for my HP AMD 64 Desktop but took it out because there wore no drivers for any thing other than the bare system03:00
physicsnickand for some reason gnome-volume-manager won't run. *sigh*03:00
kothzbah, irc clients are for the weak.  Use cat and a pipe to a network socket. :)03:00
cipher_nemophysicsnick: no, gnome-volume-manager is for file volumes03:00
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physicsnick...oh.03:01
wthwwhey ive got a question03:01
cipher_nemoI wish people would read descriptions before handing out info :(03:01
darkhazeWarbo: where do i have to download realplayer its asking the directory to save it03:01
darkhaze /root?03:01
fluvvellphysicsnick, microphone levels are in alsamixer, but is that the question?03:01
otaku-sanTo change to Xfce...I would install it on Adept (KDE) and then log out...and from the menu choose to re login with Xfce right?03:01
wthwwwhats that tool that lets you make a debian package out of a sorce so you can unintiall it?03:01
cipher_nemophysicsnick: I can't find it individually... may be part of ubuntu-minimal? otherwise no clue03:01
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physicsnickhm03:01
Joshua_HeskethHey guys, I just got my MX5000 Keyboard and mouse duo. They are a bluetooth based logitech design that work fine in linux, can browse the bios but fail to register in GRUB. Any suggestions on how to get it to work with grub?03:01
btdowncheckinstall03:01
fluvvellphysicsnick, sensitivity has a lot to do with microphone type. - are you into audio (so as not to insult...) ?03:02
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cipher_nemophysicsnick: I don't know if it's gnome of ubuntu specific for ubuntu dapper03:02
physicsnickfluvvell, i used to run dapper on here. worked beautifully, and i could adjust the microphone sensitivity03:02
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physicsnicki recently installed kubuntu, and i now i practically have to put the microphone in my mouth for people to hear me on skype03:02
constantine-xviwhenever i try to sync my palm, it doesn't respond at all, or it locks up my keyboard and dumps weird messages to a terminal03:03
Blissexphysicsnick: microphone boost +20db in the mixer03:03
cipher_nemoLooks like I'll post this again since no one offered to help (or knew about it):  I'm trying to log in for the first time to phpmyadmin and going to localhost/phpmyadmin, but Firefox wants to download it as a file instead of run the login. Any ideas? I've installed apache2, mysql-server, phpmyadmin, libapache2-mod-php5, and libapache2-mod-auth-mysql already.03:03
Paradoxxwhats the chmod command to add rwx priveledges to  users and group?03:03
krups77703:03
physicsnickxmix and alsamixer both show only three sliders under input, and all three are labelled "capture"03:03
physicsnickthey all do nothing03:03
physicsnickthere's no microphone boost03:03
Paradoxxkrups: i did that, but it didn't add03:03
kothzcipher: can you run/parse other php scripts?03:03
Blissexcipher_nemo: you need to configure Apache to server PHP pages as PHP. It is a FAQ, any PHP site will tell you how.03:03
Joshua_Heskethcipher_memo: Have you tried restarting apache? sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart03:03
fluvvellphysicsnick, so it worked once, now you are struggling for level.  What distro are you in now?03:04
Paradoxxkrups: the exact command is?03:04
physicsnickkubuntu dapper03:04
krupsParadox: try sudo chmod 777 /somepath/somefile03:04
physicsnicki'm wondering if maybe it didn't install my sound card drivers this time or something03:04
cipher_nemoParadoxx: http://www.linuxdevcenter.com/linux/cmd/cmd.csp?path=c/chmod03:04
physicsnickbut everything works perfectly, its just not sensitive enough03:04
Chamucoso I formated an ext3 partition to reiser by accident is there a way to recover my files?03:04
ladydoorParadoxx: do you want nonusers/nongroup-members to be able to access it, though; and if so, how much?03:04
fluvvellphysicsnick, whoops sorry, you did say that. Yes I'd look at the sound drivers, is alsa running? Is your card showing in lsmod?03:04
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Paradoxxladydoor: yes03:05
ladydoorParadoxx: ah, then forget i said anything.03:05
cipher_nemoBlissex: not sure, I'm following directions for installing MythTV (which needs MySQL), so the author of the instructions told me exactly what to do/install... but I can check03:05
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physicsnickfluvvell, yes, alsa is running, all my applications are configured to use alsa (amarok, etc) and work perfectly03:05
physicsnicklsmod does show my card03:05
physicsnickskype uses alsa, it works perfectly03:05
Blissexcipher_nemo: you need to add the PHP module as a handler.03:06
Joshua_Heskethcipher_memo: If you installed the php mod for apache it shouldn't need reconfiguring as far as I know.03:06
cipher_nemoJoshua_Hhesketh: #/etc/init.d/apache2 restart  I did that in a root terminal window, so it's been restarted already03:06
physicsnickin the gnome volume control program, i can pick whether i'm setting the volume on alsa or oss03:06
Joshua_Heskethhmm, ok03:06
physicsnicki see no such option in kmix, why?03:06
statikeffeckcipher_nemo: besides phpMyAdmin, what about plain ol' php test pages?03:06
BlissexChamuco: make a copy of the filesystem, and run 'e2fsck' on the filesystem using an alternate superblock address. Number of tutorials about that.03:06
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bruenigphysicsnick, #kubuntu perhaps03:06
DrBanzaiAnybody in here ever used the cluster feature of dvd::rip??03:06
BlissexChamuco: if that does not work, it is going to be hard.03:06
physicsnick:(03:06
cipher_nemoBlissex: that sounds like its on the right track... how do I do that? is it client side (Firefox) or server side apache?03:06
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statikeffeckI just installed Apache, PHP, MySQL yesterday and it worked immediately03:07
Blissexcipher_nemo: server side. Check out one of many tutorials on how to configure Apache to process PHP.03:07
Joshua_Heskethstatikeffeck : same for me03:07
cipher_nemoBlissex: go for it... link?03:08
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ParadoxxIt won't let me add +R permisions to it >.<03:08
Joshua_Heskethcipher_nemo: alternatively if you aren't comfortable with file editing, you could try installing LAMP03:08
Blissexcipher_nemo: web search...03:08
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cipher_nemoJoshua_Hesketh: lol, LAMP is installed (Linux, Apache, MySQL, php)03:09
cipher_nemoie: ubuntu Linux, Apache, etc.03:09
harisundcipher_nemo, he probably meant LAMP option from the CD?03:09
kothzDon't laugh - adding the handler for php in apache is a basic step in making lamp work fo ryou :)03:09
bruenigacronyms are fun03:09
suff0kateguys i have a confession03:09
Kyraland XLAMP is Xen Linux Apache MySQL PHP/Perl/Python03:09
Joshua_Heskethcipher_memo: yes, but it isn't configured or working correctly for you. There is a pre-packaged apache, mysql php etc that should work out of the box03:09
suff0katei'm in love with linux03:09
cipher_nemoharisund: LAMP is a single package?03:09
suff0kate:-P03:09
bruenig!offtopic > suff0kate03:10
maccam94argh, anyone willing to help with a weird sound card issue? the card is detected, the drivers are loaded, but there's no sound :-(03:10
harisundcipher_nemo, there is an option where you can install LAMP of the CD directly. Meaning after an Ubuntu installation you have a running LAMP03:10
statikeffeckcipher_nemo: this is a nice page:03:10
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statikeffeckhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP03:10
suff0katedanka bruenig03:10
Joshua_Heskethsorry, my bad, its actually called XAMPP03:10
Joshua_Heskethhttp://www.apachefriends.org/en/xampp.html03:10
fluvvellbrian98, if you're around: I sorted out my wireless woes from yesterday. The network configure tools had mucked up my use of network manager and added stuff into interfaces so that my wireless card was being ignored.03:10
ANTDx1ok03:10
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Joshua_Heskethfollowing their instructions may help03:10
ANTDx1quick question for anyone03:10
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ANTDx1how do I mount a hard disk while i'm on the live cd?03:10
cipher_nemoharisund: ahh, makes sense. I can't use the CD... I have to get very specific versions and updates to get MythTV liking it :)03:11
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brian98fluvvell, I'm delighted to hear that man!03:11
dan__how can i change what actions are performed by using multimedia keys03:11
brian98Are you happy now?03:11
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dan__the keyboard shortcut option only lets me set the keys03:11
dan__not the actions03:11
cipher_nemoharisund: ie, my sources.list includes universe and metaverse, etc.03:11
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brian98fluvvell, How are you finding ubuntu?03:11
Joshua_Heskethcipher_memo: if you only need mythTV and don't mind having php not working, you shouldn't need phpmyadmin to configure mythTV,03:11
fluvvellbrian98, it was just a matter of deleting the lines from interfaces and network manager picked up the config for the card.  What tricked me were the dozen or so lines of white space before the config lines were added03:11
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ANTDx1does anyone have any idea how i can mount my hard drive on a Dapper live CD?03:12
cipher_nemoJoshua_Heketh: yes, you're correct, I don't need it for MythTV, but trying to do every step exactly in an updated MythTV install guide, so the author uses it in the guide03:12
brian98its great that it worked out!03:12
fluvvellbrian98, oh i love it. just when things get tricky, there is a bit of a need for extra help occasionally. Its good to be able to access this channel.  I try and help where I can too.03:12
statikeffeck!MythTV03:12
ubotumythtv is for watching TV in Linux.  Check out http://ubuntu.wordpress.com/2005/12/16/instructions-to-install-mythtv/03:12
WarboOK, who was I helping?03:12
kitche!mount > ANTDx103:12
darkhazeme03:12
maccam94ANTDx1: mkdir /mnt/drive && mount /dev/drive /mnt/drive03:12
darkhazeo.o03:12
brian98Cool!03:12
Warbodarkhaze: so I was03:12
Joshua_Heskethcipher_memo: ok03:12
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cipher_nemobest guide I've found for MythTV install... http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=18674703:12
darkhazeWarbo: it didnt work :/ well now i can acess the install option but it asks me for the realplayer files03:13
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TomChims!gaim03:13
ubotuInstant Messenger Clients: Gaim (GNOME, http://help.ubuntu.com/community/GaimHowto), Kopete (KDE), both supporting MSN, Jabber, AIM, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, ICQ and IRC.03:13
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Joshua_Heskethsorry I can't help more, have to go03:13
Joshua_Heskethbye03:13
fluvvellbrian98, the trick is, if any interface is listed in /etc/network/interfaces it will be ignored by network-manager.03:13
cipher_nemoalthepcman updates the original brezzy badger guide at http://hyams.webhop.net/mythtv/myth_ubuntu.html03:13
stodgeAnyone know if there is a more recent version of Balsa for Ubuntu?03:13
Warbodarkhaze: Gah, that is not the realplayer package you want03:13
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darkhazeWarbo: btw realplayer8 files. So i went to realmedia website and they only have the real1003:13
suff0kateis there a way to mask your ip on irc?03:13
Warbodarkhaze: There are two types. One downloads the binary and installs it (bad), and the other contains the files itself (good)03:13
ANTDx1thanks03:13
fluvvellso thanks for the help!03:14
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kitchesuff0kate: yes my ip is masked03:14
odyssevsWarbo, is there much trouble with USB wifi cards? I presume it's equally as traumatising as adding a PCI card?03:14
SoulBlinkif one wanted to download a binary package by had, where would one go to that?03:14
brian98fluvvell, don't know if thats correct! All my cards are in there and i see them in network manager but hey, whatever works :)03:14
statikeffeck!wireless03:14
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs03:14
SAM_themannite guys03:14
brian98fluvvell, and no worries!03:14
maccam94 suff0kate: /mode +x i think03:14
darkhazeWarbo: in the website i found the binary one. where do i find this 'good' one then?03:14
statikeffeck!usb03:14
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about usb - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:14
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cipher_nemostatikeffeck: thx for the link :)03:14
fluvvellbrian98, I found it in the wireless howto pages on the forum.  Hmm, well not sure on that one but commenting out the lines was magic.03:14
Warbodarkhaze: http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu/pool/main/r/realplay/realplay_10.0.8-0ubuntu1_i386.deb <- That is the one you want03:14
DaRIo|Linux!eagle errors03:14
statikeffecknp.03:14
ubotueagle: Printed circuit board design tool. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 4.11-8ubuntu1 (dapper), package size 2700 kB, installed size 6592 kB03:14
w30ANTDx1, mkdir /mnt/myharddrive  then mount /dev/myharddrive /mnt/myharddrive ( where myharddrive is the name of your drive like hda2 or hda1 etc.03:15
darkhazeoooh03:15
DaRIo|Linux!eagle error fix03:15
darkhazewarbo: so its always better look for .deb files?03:15
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DaRIo|Linux!...03:15
Warbodarkhaze: Now it's just a matter of installing that (conflicting files, etc.)03:15
brian98Guys, anything similar to dreamweaver for linux?03:15
darkhazehmm03:15
swjhas anyone noticed packages held back in edgy?03:15
brian98just a question I was asked today?03:15
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tritiumDaRIo|Linux: yes, ubuntu .debs more specifically03:16
physicsnickmaybe it's this fucking kernel that's the problem03:16
Warbodarkhaze: Usually yes. Ubuntu .debs definetly, Debian ones possibly (if source code is available for Debian .deb then get source and build your own Ubuntu .deb using checkinstall)03:16
harisunddoes anyone know of a handheld / pocketPC kind of a device that can run Ubuntu?03:16
DaRIo|LinuxOk03:16
physicsnicki installed the multicore kernel for my HT cpu and it's given me nothing but problems03:16
tritiumphysicsnick: watch your language03:16
mister_robotobrian98: yes, i did. xserver and python03:16
maccam94brian98: there are several IDE's, something like eclipse, anjuta, or maybe scribus would work (i don't remember what handles what)03:16
darkhazeWarbo: bro, i cant even figure out a way to payback all the help u provided to me03:16
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Warbodarkhaze: No need, seriously03:16
mister_robotoswj: xserver and python03:17
brian98maccam94, Thank you03:17
cipher_nemophysicsnick: HT isn't really mpa, it's mta03:17
maccam94cipher_nemo: he's gone03:17
brian98mister_roboto, you talking to me/03:17
DaRIo|LinuxI have a problem installing eagle-utils in xubuntu ... can anyone help me?03:17
Volvoin which folder i can find the icons which are being used by the system for GARBAGE BIN COMPUTER etc03:17
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cipher_nemophysicsnick: meaning it's multi-threading, not multi-processor03:17
mister_robotobrian98: no, wrong nick :)03:17
brian98no worris!03:17
darkhazeWarbo: (: one day i'll be that good with linux then help out people just like u did to me :D03:17
brian98worries03:17
Warbodarkhaze: Well I started on RedHat 9 about 2 years ago, and have been using Ubuntu for 1 year03:17
Warbodarkhaze: Anyway03:18
SenesenceI tried everything at this point, and I just can't seem to properly install this PCF font http://www.netalive.org/tinkering/triskweline/ Could it be something with the font itself? Someone please help.03:18
Warbodarkhaze: Got that file yet?03:18
CrescendoHow can I determine system uptime?03:18
darkhazeyah03:18
WarboCrescendo: "uptime" I think03:18
Warbodarkhaze: OK, see ehat happens when you double click it03:18
VolvoCrescendo, /exec -o uptime03:18
Volvo 06:18:56 up 1 day,  3:10,  1 user,  load average: 0.26, 0.72, 1.0503:18
darkhazeWarbo: well it oppened the same screen as that .deb file u sent to me BUT03:19
swjmister-roboto: Its python unu, openoffice.org and gnome-system-tools and system-tools-backends-I guess I should just wait??03:19
Volvoin which folder i can find the icons which are being used by the system for GARBAGE BIN COMPUTER etc03:19
darkhazeWarbo: when i check 'install' it's sayin i can use only one 'package managing' at time03:19
swjmister-roboto: If I dist it wants to remove xchat! lol03:19
tritiumswj: #ubuntu+1 for edgy questions03:19
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cipher_nemomaccam94: yes, I can read the quit messages :) didn't see it until after I typed that in03:19
swjtritium: umm k03:19
mister_robotoswj: mine were slightly different but then i'm using kde. what i did was just go ahead and install all the ones that were held back. i haven't had any problems but i don't know if that's the recommened approach03:19
darkhazeWarbo: but i have only ONE terminal oppened and my synaptic aint oppened.03:19
Warbodarkhaze: OK, close any Synbaptic, Add/Remove, update manager, etc. that is open03:20
maccam94cipher_nemo: lol that was delayed03:20
w30harisund, no but a Nokia 770 tablet runs Linux and lots of Linux stuff like VNC ssh Nicotine etc. check out maemo.org03:20
tritium#ubuntu is for support on the current stable release03:20
darkhazeWarbo: all of them closed.03:20
swjmister-roboto: got it. thanks03:20
cipher_nemomacam94: busy channel and on top of it I'm troubleshooting my own ubuntu issues in between :)03:20
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SenesenceCan someone help me out?03:20
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cipher_nemomacam94: I'm no speed iirc'er :)03:20
darkhazeWarbo: still same error ._.03:20
Warbodarkhaze: Hmm, try running "ps ax | grep dpkg | grep -v grep"03:20
harisundw30, wow cool... let me check ut out! Thanks. I have been asking this query of mine quite regulary, and you are the first to answer! Sweet..03:20
maccam94cipher_nemo: lol, yeah i'm trying to install a ton of stuff on a fresh edgy install as well as get sound working, i know what you mean03:21
darkhazeWarbo: there, nothing poped up in my screen. is it alright?03:21
NEWK2Hello, everybody03:21
w30harisund, My 770 was 359 bucks US from Nokia web sales, may be less now?03:22
Warbodarkhaze: I would say so03:22
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NEWK2I'm having some trouble installing Ubuntu03:22
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cipher_nemomaccam94: I just gave up on Debian 3.1 r3 sarge... the darn 686 kernel never mounts my DVD, but the 386 kernel does... darndest thing. So I switched to ubuntu and never looked back -- better community too :)03:22
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harisundw30, looks to be the same. So you actually have a 770! That's super cool. How do you find it? What do you use it primarily for?03:22
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darkhazeWarbo: now i try to install it again or do i have to do anything else?03:22
NEWK2I've already done it twice, but I've messed something with the screensize up both times03:22
Warbodarkhaze: If something came up then it means a package manager has crashed somewhere, which is a bad thing but it narrows down the cause of too many package managers open03:22
tritiumNEWK2: at whcih step?03:22
brian98maccam94, They are great IDE's it's more for pure web design that they are after?03:22
NEWK2Now I'm using the Live CD03:22
tritiumwhich, even03:22
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Warbodarkhaze: Try installing it with a terminal using "sudo dpkg -i filename.deb"03:23
fabiomazzarinoI need some help here. I use Dapper here, upgraded from Breezy. Although the kernel recognizes my USB Memory key, hal/dbus refuses to mount it. How can I fix it?03:23
maccam94um oops lol, crashed my gnome session03:23
w30harisund, they nicked me for sales tax, I think some places might skip the tax but how legal that makes you if you are US is a guess.03:23
NEWK2when it asks me to select the video modes during installtion, what am I supposzed to do?03:23
fabiomazzarinoI've already looked for error messages but I couldn't find any.03:23
SenesenceDoes anyone here know anything about PCF fonts?03:23
harisundw30, ok ... I am not looking to buy one immediately. I want the opinion of how well *Linux* runs on different PDAs and the like .. that's all ..03:23
lostboyzi was wondering i have a logitech webcam and it comes up when i plug it in and look at it in camorama but i am not able to send it is amsn03:23
odyssevsstatikeffeck, the wifi-wiki remarks the Linksys WPN311 as Ubuntu recognised, and working off the Atheros chipset. Is this also true for the WPN311NAR?03:24
darkhazeWarbo: btw, where do i have to put the file i downloaded? i mean the folder03:24
Warboharisund: I knew a guy who has an "OQO" mini PC, which has limited documentation for Hoary03:24
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w30harisund, beleive it or not I use the wirefi to connect to my Ubuntu box and to surf with the web browser when I find an open wirefi .03:24
Warbodarkhaze: Put it in your Home folder to be easiest03:24
harisundw30, nice :)03:24
NEWK2so, when I finish installing it, it's too large for my screen03:24
NEWK2So wheer did I mess up?03:25
fabiomazzarinoI need some help here. I use Dapper here, upgraded from Breezy. Although the kernel recognizes my USB Memory key, hal/dbus refuses to mount it. How can I fix it?03:25
lostboyzi was wondering i have a logitech webcam and it comes up when i plug it in and look at it in camorama but i am not able to send it is amsn03:25
w30harisund, I can ssh to mybox from any connection and get any file I want, A graphical interface needs a gooood connection though03:25
SenesenceI have some troubles installing a bitmap font. Can someone help me out in this area?03:25
VolvoQuestion of the Day. In which Folder System's icon are located ????03:25
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wasabiWhat's that mean?03:26
harisundw30, hmm... does it have ethernet connectability?03:26
ladydoorwhoa, calm down, there03:26
wickedpuppyVolvo, /usr.share.pixmaps03:26
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wickedpuppyVolvo, /usr.share/pixmaps03:26
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wickedpuppyVolvo, /usr/share/pixmaps03:26
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NEWK2Can anyone hear me?03:26
wickedpuppysheesh03:26
darkhazeWarbo: well i got an error like " error trying to overwrite '/usr/bin/realplay' wich is in the same reaplayer package03:26
maccam94NEWK2: NO03:26
maccam94lol03:26
maccam94jk03:26
NEWK2Damn. I'm in one of those IRC rooms where no one can hear me03:26
NEWK2Oh, nevermind, I guess you can. :P03:27
wickedpuppyNEWK2, we all can03:27
w30harisund, first thing you gotta do is get root by reflashing the tablet from maemo.org but instructions are easy if you have a Linux box.03:27
NEWK2I think I may have figured my problem out on my own though03:27
Volvowickedpuppy, but they are not there. I mean the ICON for Computer and Garbage Bin are totally different than the one presnet there03:27
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harisundw30, I see.. ok thanks :)03:27
wickedpuppyw30, and harisund is it possible to take n770 to private message ?03:27
SenesenceI need some help bad.03:27
his_dudnesNEWK2 : i can reed you if that makes you happy03:27
odyssevsNEWK2, that's the benefit of using Linux. It teaches you critical thinking. =)03:27
harisundwickedpuppy, ok .. we are done anyway.03:27
w30harisund, wirefi, bluetooth for phone connection03:27
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Warbodarkhaze: OK, then run "sudo dpkg -l | grep real" and tell me every package name (only use one line to avoid spamming, and I only care about the name, not the version or description)03:27
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Giawow... I'm back03:28
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odyssevsWarbo, you don't foresee that I'd have any trouble with a PCMCIA to PCI pci card in Ubuntu?03:28
Giawhat a pain03:28
tritiumWarbo: sudo is not necessary for that03:28
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Warboodyssevs: I really have no idea, sorry03:28
tyler_dhow do I remove hardware/drivers completely?03:28
NEWK2Damn! It still didn't work!!!03:29
likewhoa54odyssevs: some of those pci to pcmcia require special drivers03:29
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Warbotritium: I always get that any dpkg needs sudo03:29
likewhoa54odyssevs: check the chipset to see what chipset it is03:29
lostboyzcan someone help me with my webcam issue? i am not able to make it work03:29
w30harisund, go to channel #77003:29
darkhazeWarbo: sudo dpkg -l | grep real // ii  memtest86+  // ii  myspell-pt-br   // iF  realplayer  // ii  vbetool03:29
harisundw30 will do...03:29
odyssevslikewhoa54: " Uses industry standard 1410 or 1211 controller chip, proven on all classes of processor, chipset and motherboard manufacturer.  Yenta compliant, PCI2.2 compliant, PC99 compliant.  Supports sleep and suspend modes.  Intel 82365 compatible register set."03:29
Senesence2 days, and I still can't figure this out.03:29
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darkhazeWarbo: ops and ii  aspell-pt-br03:29
wickedpuppyVolvo, /usr/share got a lot of gif ... i am not sure where exactly is the icons you want though03:29
likewhoa54odyssevs: does it show in lspci/dmesg?03:29
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fabiomazzarinoI need some help here. I use Dapper here, upgraded from Breezy. Although the kernel recognizes my USB Memory key, hal/dbus refuses to mount it. How can I fix it?03:29
odyssevslikewhoa54, I was wanting to establish this before buying =).03:30
Warbodarkhaze: Hmm, then I suggest "sudo dpkg -P realplayer" next03:30
Volvook thanks wickedpuppy03:30
Volvowoof woof03:30
odyssevsNEWK2, how about some details of your problem?03:30
likewhoa54odyssevs: I've used them before in linux but have had some sketchy support....you plan on using for wifi yes?03:30
darkhazeWarbo: there03:30
NEWK2I gave you all I have03:30
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NEWK2I suppose I coudl repeat them03:30
likewhoa54odyssevs: if it's intel I'd trust it...03:30
GiaI need help setting up an ftp server on ubuntu03:30
Warbodarkhaze: Now try "sudo dpkg -i real*deb"03:30
likewhoa54odyssevs: I was using texas instruments edition03:30
Warbo(with that package in your Home folder)03:30
SenesenceCan someone help me out with a PCF font installation?03:30
efrancolaportehi i need help, i cant find whats the command for the application "X-CD Roast"; I want to run it as root and I can't login as root for some reason other than through "su root" in the terminal03:31
ladydoorefrancolaporte: you should use gksudo/kdesu instead.03:31
Warboefrancolaporte: "xcdroast" maybe? Try "ls /usr/bin/*roast*"03:31
odyssevslikewhoa54, yes, becoming very costly buying duplicated hardware. Ideally I'd take a USB wifi card.. but I'm not certain that's going to be any easier, most of this usb crap comes without antenna connections (which defeats the notion of wifi).03:31
GiaI don't get it, but when I log in as a client with winscp, instead of getting public_html, I can see all the folders on the server.... I know I've done something wrong03:31
wickedpuppyVolvo, try this --> find /usr/share *.gif -print <-- it will list out all the files ending with *.gif in /usr/share03:31
lostboyzi can see my cam in camorama but i cannot send it in kopete or amsn any suggestions?03:32
odyssevsNEWK2, you're doing an installation.. and not sure which answer to give to the video adapter quiestion?03:32
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Warboefrancolaporte: Also check out "gksudo <command>" and "sudo -s -H"03:32
Volvowoof woof wickedpuppy thanks03:32
NEWK2Exactly03:32
wickedpuppylol03:32
NEWK2Well, no, actualy, I dunno03:32
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odyssevsNEWK2, how do I give you a critical answer when you're unsure of the problem? =)03:32
SenesenceCan someone here do me a favor?03:33
NEWK2I'm trying to get to that point in the installation03:33
efrancolaportethanks ladydoor and warbo it workred :-)03:33
odyssevsSenesence, aye?03:33
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odyssevsNEWK2, and the obvious question - where are you now?03:33
NEWK2I know I'm frustrating you. I've had peopel asking me questions and not giving adequate information too03:33
darkhazeWarbo: thanks bro o/ erm, now its working BUT no sound ._.03:33
NEWK2OK, I'm at that point03:33
Warbodarkhaze: Ah, yeah I had a problem with that03:33
efrancolaportei really love this ubuntu comunity, you are teaching the n00bs like me a lot :-)03:33
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Senesenceodyssevs: Could you try to install this pcf font on your distro plz http://www.netalive.org/tinkering/triskweline/ I just want to make sure it's me and not the font03:33
Warbodarkhaze: Are you streaming a file from the Internet?03:33
odyssevsNEWK2, that point being the question of which video adapter you're using?03:33
darkhazeno03:34
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Warbodarkhaze: The I recommend GXine03:34
NEWK2OK, basically, when I finish the installation it's way too large for my screen03:34
Warbo*Then03:34
SeerNohey all.  i have a question about keyboard mappings03:34
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achilleHas the compiz package been fixed yet? THe wiki displays a big warning saying do not install - broken03:34
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SeerNohow come the "right click key" does nothing under ubuntu install ??03:34
darkhazeWarbo: sudo apt-get install GXine , will solve my problem ?03:34
SeerNoin FC3 and up it actually correspondded to right-clicking03:34
NEWK2so, where do I go wrong?03:34
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SeerNowhat do i set in xorg.conf to get it to work - i've tried everything03:34
tichi have this great program called democracy tv but sometimes it locks up and i have to kill it;  then when i restart the sound doesn't work. any ideas?03:34
achilleI'm using edgy eft - beta --- will I be fine if I were to install the compiz packages ?03:35
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Warbodarkhaze: If you DO want to stream a file then ALWAYS download it using streamripper first (since Gxine can't skip through a streaming file, so if it loses the connection halfway through you will have to watch it from the beginning again. Not so for local files)03:35
NEWK2Wait! I've got it.03:35
Warbodarkhaze: Yes, but lowercase03:35
NEWK2i just gigured it out. Nevermind. I ahd it backwards. :P03:35
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WarboI think RealPlayer is still needed because it includes the codecs, so it wasn't a total waste of time :)03:35
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NEWK2*figured03:36
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NEWK2"gigured" lol03:36
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jmitchjcan anyone help me with installing and getting Gnash working on an AMD64...?03:36
odyssevsSenesence, I am presuming winamp isn't included in Ubuntu by default, and is required for this ?03:36
Warbojmitchj: Sure03:36
Warbojmitchj: You ever compiled software before?03:37
SeerNoWhat do I set in xorg.conf so that the "right-click" key works???  It just "works" in other distros, not sure why not in Ubuntu...03:37
Senesenceodyssevs: winamp, for a font?03:37
jmitchji've installed the .deb file from the website...is there more than that?03:37
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jmitchjand no i've never compiled software03:37
darkhazeWarbo: i just installed it but still no sound :~03:37
Warbojmitchj: Oh, the easy way :) (I didn't know there was one)03:37
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odyssevsSenesence, nevermind, I was reading the screenshot. I presume you've followed this http://nl.ijs.si/gnusl/cee/x11/font.install.html ?03:37
jmitchjit just didn;t work03:37
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Warbodarkhaze: I mean use the GXine player instead of RealPlayer, and it will use RealPlayer's codec03:38
AvagantThey need to port more games.03:38
odyssevsSenesence, you'll give me a moment, the machine is down the hall.. will take a few minutes to rig it up. Standby.03:38
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Warbojmitchj: Can you give me a link to the .deb please?03:38
jmitchjok03:38
jmitchjhttp://ubuntu.moshen.de/dists/dapper/flash/03:38
SeerNoanyone....?03:38
Senesenceodyssevs: thank you03:38
jmitchji installed the gnash-plugin03:39
NEWK2Damn!03:39
NEWK2Same problem03:39
kitcheodyssevs: were you the one that was asking about wireless the other day?03:39
darkhazeWarbo: Error loading library:  cook.so.6.0 ,  drv4.so.6.003:39
NEWK2I've done everything I cna think of doing03:39
NEWK2What's wrong?03:40
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jmitchjwhen I go to a site with flash...it says at the botton of Firefox..."Finished downlading Flas movie /tmp/FLVPLAYER_Progressive.swf. Starting playback..."....but noting happens03:40
gaminggeek anyone know what package helix-dbus-server is in?03:40
SeerNoWhat do I set in xorg.conf so that the "right-click" key works???  It just "works" in other distros, not sure why not in Ubuntu...03:41
jtholmes!helix03:41
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about helix - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:41
NEWK2OK, I have a problem...03:41
odyssevskitche, yes, other than printing, I think wifing is one of the only things which would put me permanently off using computers =)03:41
Warbodarkhaze: Hmm, try installing "libxine-extracodecs"03:41
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NEWK2Everytime I boot from the CD, it doesn't work. It's too large for my screen even if I mess with teh video settings everytime03:41
Warbojmitchj: OK, I've had a look through it and it seems like the Firefox plugin should be installed system-wide03:41
dragonfyre13Hey guys. Had a bit of time, and figured I'd contribute.03:41
NEWK2I've tried everything. It's still too large!03:41
NEWK2Help!03:41
tichi just checked and after democracy locks up sound doesn't work for any of my programs. can anyone help me figure this out?03:42
dragonfyre13NEWK2: which CD?03:42
AvagantI was gonna be REAL angry just now.03:42
NEWK2The live CD03:42
efrancolaportehey.. X-CD-Roast cant detect my DVD-RW/CD-R devices anyone know how to fix it?03:42
jmitchjWarbo: How do I make it system wide?03:42
dragonfyre13NEWK2: Kubuntu, ubuntu, xubuntu, edgy, dapper, hoary?03:42
Warbojmitchj: It already is03:42
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jmitchjso why doesn;t it work?03:42
Warbojmitchj: Try going on a relatively simple animation03:42
jmitchjok03:43
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WarboGnash is not that complete yet03:43
WarboI will find a link...03:43
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jmitchjok03:43
dragonfyre13Oh, Gnash has tons of reported problems. As a project, it's coming along nicely, but don't rely on it.03:43
deirdrehow fo i stop a partitioon from being mounted? I removed it from my fstab03:43
odyssevskitche, I've bought another card.. we'll see whether it works (as proclaimed with great fanfare by many how-tos etc).03:43
dragonfyre13NEWK2: ???03:44
jmitchjare there better alternatives for AMD64 machine than gansh?03:44
dragonfyre13NEWK2: is it the standard download off the main site?03:44
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dragonfyre13jmitchj: I thought there was a flash one for linux 64 bit.03:44
bruenigjmitchj, there are some howtos on getting 32 bit firefox to work which would allow flash, or you could use wine or a chroot03:44
Warbojmitchj: OK, I really am sorry for the content of this but I just tried it in Gnash and it works (with no sound though) http://www.eviltrailmix.com/animutation/kungfu.swf03:44
odyssevsSenesence, goes into /usr/lib/X11/fonts/ I presume?03:45
kitcheodyssevs: well I know what i was thinking of the other day it was wlan-ng03:45
andrewcooli am trying to install ubuntu right now on a laptop but i keep getting debottstrap error :P03:45
dragonfyre13jmitchj: there you go. That's how I got it to work, with 32 bit firefox.03:45
odyssevskitche, wlan-ng? Similar to ndiswrapper/madawifi?03:45
lostboyzi was wondering i have a logitech webcam and it comes up when i plug it in and look at it in camorama but i am not able to send it is amsn03:45
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Senesenceodyssevs: Did it work on your distro? Because I tryed that and it still didn't work03:45
kitcheodyssevs yeah03:45
hoodyhi there03:45
dragonfyre13hoody: hi.03:45
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vanbergels03:46
dragonfyre13viator: you wouldn't happen to be using fifo would you?03:46
vanbergewoops sorry!03:46
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dragonfyre13vanberge: wrong window. ^_^03:47
viatorheh?03:47
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Warbodarkhaze: You still there? GXine working or not?03:47
ubuntu_i need help fixing grub03:47
DrBanzaiAnybody in here ever used the cluster feature of dvd::rip??03:47
jmitchjcould you give me that link again...gnome seems to have rebooted when i tried to get in cnn.com to give gnash a try03:47
bruenig!grub03:47
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/GrubHowto03:47
Warbo!grub > ubuntu_03:47
dragonfyre13viator: you're on verison in the eastern US. I wondered if you used fifo. I know it's available in parts. Fiber Optic network.03:47
Isaiah_the_Martycan someone help me with  burning a dvd?03:47
Isaiah_the_Martynothing i can find online is helping03:47
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: sure.03:47
bruenigIsaiah_the_Marty, just a data dvd or what03:48
vanbergedragonfyre13: yep.03:48
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: which kind?03:48
jmitchjWarbo: Could you send that link again?03:48
vanberge:-/03:48
Isaiah_the_Martyits a .bin file of casablanca03:48
Warbojmitchj: http://www.eviltrailmix.com/animutation/kungfu.swf (it is crap, but I like it :) )03:48
Isaiah_the_Martyi opend cd burner and put it in there  and the output was an iso03:48
dragonfyre13vanberge: if you would've typed dir I would have booted you. LOL.03:48
WarboUse bchunk to convert .bin into .iso, then burn it03:48
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Isaiah_the_Martyso i right click that and try to write it to cd and it just keeps putting it in my home folder03:48
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odyssevskitche, I gave up with the broadcom. I understand they're reportedly supported under the current release but the trauma was doing me in.03:49
hoodyhow do i fix the battery indicator on ubuntu edgy?03:49
WarboIsaiah_the_Marty: There is a program called bchunk that converts .bin/.cue into .iso, which Ubuntu handles very well03:49
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: you are writing to the "image writer" not a physical disk. When it asks you where to write, change it to a drive.03:49
Isaiah_the_Martyinstalling now Warbo03:49
ubuntu_/boot/grub/menu.lst is supposed to be all text, right? even in edgy?03:49
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viatorits not call fifo03:49
odyssevsSenesence, would you believe I've never installed a font. It appears to go into one of the four folders in /etc/X11/fonts/03:49
viatorlol03:49
viatorfios03:50
Isaiah_the_Martyhow do i write it to the dvd dragonfyre1303:50
ubuntu_mine seems to have gotten trashed03:50
dragonfyre13Warbo: he's saying it burns not to a disk, but to an ISO file.03:50
DrBanzaiAnybody in here ever used the cluster feature of dvd::rip??03:50
WarboOK, I really have to go since it is 3 AM and I have lectures at 9......... (If darkhaze has problems with RealPlayer and/or GXine then help him 'cos he's cool :) )03:50
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jmitchjis it possible that the installation of Gnash is rebooting Gnome?03:50
Senesenceodyssevs: I'm putting it everywhere at this point, but still nothing.03:50
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dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: grab k3b. It's like nero for linux. Real easy, and pretty straight forward. If you need something easier, and Gnome native, try gnomebaker.03:51
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andrewcoolWhat is the "The Deboot strap program exited with error(return value 1). Check /var/log/messages or see virtual console 3 for details"03:51
viatornah fios isnt available YET03:51
odyssevsSenesence, simply putting into one of the folders will not be enough, I believe. Did you follow the prerequisites on the URL I gave?03:51
viatorill switch as soon as it is though03:51
Isaiah_the_Martykde app i take it dragonfyre1303:51
dragonfyre13viator: well, it should be soon. That would be sweet.03:51
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: k3b is, but it's way beyond where gnomebaker is.03:52
viatoryeah the price difference is  almost nothing03:52
odyssevsSenesence, I mean if the both of us are going to wing it, we might as well do it properly =)03:52
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: it'll have you download the KDE libs, but it's worth it IMHO03:52
Isaiah_the_Martyhow do i empty trash from command line03:52
Isaiah_the_Martyxfce doesnt have an icon for it03:52
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: if you use KDE already then you are set.03:52
Senesenceodyssevs: Yea, from what I gather I should run xset fp rehash, or fc-cache, but I did that for everything already so I'm lost at this point. And no one knows.03:52
andrewcoolEverybody(all):Who can help me with this install error?03:52
viatorbut the bandwidth is  aabout 6 times as much for cheaper package03:52
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Isaiah_the_Marty<<< Xfce03:52
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odyssevsSenesence, ok first point to make, it goes into the 100px folder only.03:53
Isaiah_the_Martycan you empty trash from the command line?03:53
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: go to the root, or your home, and delete everything in .(YOUR USERNAME)-trash03:53
viatorbb03:53
AvagantThey need to make Wine not suck. Haha03:53
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: oh, and xfce has an app for it. Let me find it.03:53
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AvagantOr, I just need a better computer.03:53
AvagantWith sound capabilities!03:54
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brian|lfsI'm running ubuntu 6.06 and I want to try the 6.10 without reinstalling is there a way I can do that?03:54
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty:can you help me with a install error? please?03:54
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dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: xftrash403:54
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Senesenceodyssevs: In the /usr/lib/X11/fonts dir right??03:54
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: run that, and it will get you the trash.03:54
vanbergebrian|lfs:  live cd ?03:54
Senesenceodyssevs: or is it the /etc03:54
brian|lfsis there a way to update from 6.06 to 6.1003:55
Isaiah_the_Martycouldnt find it dragonfyre1303:55
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Isaiah_the_Martyand its not in the repos03:55
dragonfyre13run it on the CLI03:55
Isaiah_the_Martytried03:55
Isaiah_the_Martysays command not found03:55
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bruenigbrian|lfs, there is some repo you can add and go from there03:55
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: Let me find it. Hang on.03:55
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty : can you help me with a install error?03:56
statikeffeck!X1103:56
ubotux is the X Window System; it's the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type this in a console: sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart  -  To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto03:56
brian|lfswhere would I go to find out what repo03:56
Isaiah_the_Martywhats the error andrewcool03:56
odyssevsSenesence, well now, I haven't a clue.03:56
AvagantYah maybe I should figure out what my grapics card is and all that.03:56
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty :  "The Deboot strap program exited with error(return value 1). Check /var/log/messages or see virtual console 3 for details"03:56
Isaiah_the_Martyyou installing?03:57
andrewcoolYes03:57
suff0katehow come when i play videos on youtube it has no sound?03:57
Isaiah_the_Martyon a laptop?03:57
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suff0katedesktop03:57
bruenigsuff0kate, because adobe wrote a poor flash port03:57
odyssevsSenesence, let me go give it a stab and we'll see.. brb.03:57
andrewcoolLaptop03:57
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AvagantYou playing something else at the same time?03:57
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty :  laptop03:57
Isaiah_the_Martyandrewcool, that happend to me alot03:57
Avagantsuff0kate: you play something at the same time?03:57
andrewcoolso what do i need to do?03:57
Senesenceodyssevs: please, It's been 2 days. I need some closure.03:57
Isaiah_the_Martyi would usually just keep trying until it worked03:57
suff0katenope everything is stoped03:57
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Avaganthmm03:57
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty :  been doing that lol03:57
Avagantwell then flash sucks.03:57
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Isaiah_the_Martytry turning your laptop on its side a bit to slow down the cd reader03:57
Isaiah_the_Martythats what i did03:58
andrewcoolughh lol03:58
johnWhat drivers should I use form my ATI Mobility X300?03:58
Isaiah_the_Martyhave you formatted the entire drive andrewcool ?03:58
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty : Yes03:58
andrewcooli got  a 1gb flash drive03:59
Avagantsuff0kate: you should probably google it.03:59
andrewcoolcan i install from there03:59
Avagantyoutube+alsa03:59
Avagantor youtube+ubuntu03:59
Avagant!flash03:59
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/FreeFormats03:59
Isaiah_the_Martyi think someone said you can03:59
Isaiah_the_Martyi've never tried it though03:59
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Isaiah_the_Martyso i wouldnt be able to help03:59
Avagant!flash > suff0kate03:59
andrewcoolstill getting the eroor03:59
kutanHow do I open a .deb?03:59
andrewcoolerror...03:59
anemoneanybody know why i would have to reinstall the nvidia drivers anytime i reboot?03:59
harisundis it safe to remove ubuntu-desktop package? I know it is a meta package and all that, but will my Ubuntu break if that is not installed? Will some package in the future later break with a 'ubuntu-desktop not found error' ?03:59
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty : tried it upside down too03:59
Isaiah_the_Martyandrewcool, also sometimes it tries to install in /media/cdrom instead of /04:00
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anemoneoops04:00
tichmy sound isn't working, how can i (re)start it without restarting the computer?04:00
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty : so what do i do04:00
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anemonereinstall....reboot....nvidia?04:01
Avagantcommand line killall esd or killall alsa see if that works.04:01
Avaganti've been in your shoes.04:01
navaburo<Q> What happened to build-essential in Dapper?04:01
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Isaiah_the_Martywhen your partitioning andrewcool  make sure its set to /   and not /media/cdrom04:01
kutan-_- Can someone tell me how to open a .deb file?04:01
jtholmesanemone: that doesnt make sense sounds like the nvidia drivers are not being loaded have you tried lsmod04:01
anemonekutan dpkg04:02
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: what file manager are you using? Rox, or Thunar?04:02
CrescendoDoubleclick it, kutan?04:02
Avagant!dpkg04:02
ubotudpkg is the Debian package maintenance system, which together with apt forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit.04:02
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Isaiah_the_Martythunar04:02
kutanthanks...04:02
Isaiah_the_Martywhy do you ask dragonfyre1304:02
navaburodpkg -i <fiilename> will install it04:02
anemonenp04:02
Avagant!dpkg > kutan04:02
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty :  on primary its set to /04:02
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: there is normally a trash association in the filemanager, and I think I know how to get it in thunar.04:02
CrescendoTelling people about command line methods doesn't exactly help most people.  <304:02
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Isaiah_the_Martydragonfyre13, if i'm trying to burn a bin file do i start new dvd project or data project?04:02
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navaburoHow do I get GCC on Dapper?04:03
AvagantIt didn't help me, haha.04:03
AvagantPeople thought I was crazy04:03
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navaburothe forums say apt-get install build-essential, but that doesnt work04:03
Avagantdid you try apt-cache search?04:03
jtholmesanemone: then do lsmod and see if they are loaded after you have installted them then look for the same driver in /usr/lib/modules/*04:03
ladydoornavaburo: did you use sudo?04:03
anemonesudo 1st04:03
navaburoladydoor, you bet04:03
Avagantsudo apt-cache search gcc?04:03
tichAvagant: i tried killall but for both of them it said: no process killed and my sound still doesn't work.04:04
jtholmesanemone: yes just to be safe04:04
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: if you are trying to burn a bin file in k3b, you click on tools, then burn cd image, or dvd image depending on the type of media.04:04
anemonesudo apt-get install gcc04:04
ladydoorCrescendo: it's a lot quicker and easier than trying to explain a menu-driven method--click here...no, here! now check that and that, then click there...no, THERE!"04:04
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: on the toolbar.04:04
AvagantThat's one of my favorite commands, ladydoor04:04
DrBanzaiAnybody in here ever used the cluster feature of dvd::rip??04:04
ladydoorlol04:04
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dragonfyre13navaburo: apt-get install build-essential04:04
Avaganti always search for things first myself.04:04
inflexIs there any service in ubuntu which starts up by default and hooks/uses ttyS0 ?04:04
jtholmesanemone: since I always run as root in every window i dont bother with sudo too time consuming04:04
navaburodragonfyre13, got it, thanks04:04
AvagantBecause lord knows what I'm actually downloading.04:04
dragonfyre13navaburo: sorry.04:05
navaburoits all good04:05
dragonfyre13jtholmes: sudo -s04:05
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty : woot is working now :P i guess...04:05
anemonejtholmes, i see the nvidia module loaded...04:05
mike__i don't know if this is the right place to ask this but: i have a computer that is connected to a router.  i set the router to do Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) on that that computers ip address(witch i told it to be static though every thing else on the lan is dhcp)... i think that means it should forward all ports to tha machien??  and i have created an account with dyndns... so i have a host name that resolves to ??i guess the router??...04:05
mike__this system i have the host name set to "cat".. i want to beable to ssh to "cat" from another computer on the internet... is that possable?04:05
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty : turned the laptop like facing up04:05
Isaiah_the_Martyandrewcool, when it wasnt working does it stop at like 86% and give the message04:05
navaburoSo the general aditude here is to give GUI methods first? To facilitate newer users?04:05
Isaiah_the_Martyand then sometimes it goes through04:05
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jtholmesanemone: ok now see if it is in  /usr/lib/modules04:05
Isaiah_the_Martybut when installing the extra packages stops at 76%04:06
anemonejthomles, well, maybe just a sudo modprobe nvidia after reboot would work but why would it not load on boot?04:06
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty : it was stopping at 6%04:06
odyssevsSenesence, I would be tempted to install the truetype version of this.04:06
dragonfyre13mike__: yep.04:06
Isaiah_the_Martyyea that happend to me alot04:06
Isaiah_the_Martyyou just have to keep trying until it works i guess04:06
AvagantGoodness I need to stop drinking so many fluids.04:06
andrewcoolIsaiah_the_Marty : can i install the extra pack later? because its going to take like 1.5hours lol04:06
dragonfyre13navaburo: basically.04:06
Isaiah_the_Martyi tipped my laptop on it side to get it working04:06
w30anemone, if you have installed the Nvidia driver through Ubuntu repository and then used the installer from Nvidia's web site they will fight each other so you need to remove one, probably the Ubuntu one if you have your own kernel.04:06
jtholmesanemone:   cd /usr/lib/modules;  execute  du -a |grep -i  module_name    see if it shows up04:06
Isaiah_the_Martyyea andrewcool just install the base system then use aptitude later04:06
Isaiah_the_Martythats what i did04:06
dragonfyre13navaburo: we try to cater to the lowest common denominator.04:06
Isaiah_the_Martymuch easier04:06
anemonew30, ok ill check04:06
Volvoi give up, i cann't find the icons folder04:07
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: did that work for you?04:07
Volvoso anyone in here who knows how to add those icons to your gdesklet starterbar ?04:07
anemonejtholmes, i have only /lib/modules, no /usr/lib04:07
Isaiah_the_Martyk3b dragonfyre13 ?04:07
Senesenceodyssevs: Yea that works, but looks kinda crappy. That's why I'm so hung up on the pcf version.04:07
navaburodragonfyre13, understood04:07
Isaiah_the_Martywe'll find out in a minute i guess04:07
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: yep.04:07
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Isaiah_the_Martythe pull down for the burning device is empty dragonfyre1304:07
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jtholmesanemone: correct  /lib/modules04:07
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Senesenceodyssevs: I don't understand why it wont work. I mean pcf is the originally supported linux font format right?04:08
anemonejthomles, nice use of du =] 04:08
odyssevsSenesence, so I believe.04:08
jtholmesanemone: w30 makes a good point I was not aware of that problem04:08
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w30anemone, open up the add remove menu and search nvidia or maybe synaptic and search nvidia04:08
odyssevsSenesence, however the bloke's site does say the font is expected to look bad in say, Word editors, or when printed.04:08
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jtholmesanemone: either way you want to see if the module(s) are in /lib/modules04:08
Isaiah_the_Martydragonfyre13, it doesnt have a pull down for the device04:08
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: then your device is not setup correctly. when you insert a cd, can you see it? if it has stuff on it?04:09
SenesenceI tryed it in terminal and it was crap there too.04:09
odyssevsSenesence, the system > fonts dialogue offers some font display tweaks. I would try that, see whether she polishes off a bit.04:09
Isaiah_the_Martyusually dragonfyre1304:09
Isaiah_the_Martybut theres nothing on this one04:09
CrescendoMy friend, a Linux newb, is having trouble with her touchpad on a Toshiba laptop - it seems to randomly stop working, and completely not work when on a USB mouse.  Suggestions?04:09
anemonejtholmes, ok there are finds in kernel/drivers/char kernel/drivers/video volitile/nvidia-legacy.ko04:09
Isaiah_the_Martyand it didnt show up when i put it in04:09
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: that's what I figured. Is it recognising it as a burnable device?04:09
odyssevsSenesence, yes, well I'm given to thinking the author has been romantic in his 'salesmanship.'04:09
Isaiah_the_Martyi dont think so04:09
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dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: let's start this way, are you using xubuntu, or ubuntu, or kubuntu04:10
Isaiah_the_Martyusually the little icon shows up on the desktop04:10
Isaiah_the_Martyits not doing that now04:10
Senesenceodyssevs: I just cant believe that it's so impossible to do something such as installing a font.04:10
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Isaiah_the_Martyubuntu04:10
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Isaiah_the_Martybut i'm on xfce desktop04:10
Avagantshould i try this kde desktop?04:10
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: ok, that makes it easy.04:10
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Avagantis it possible to switch between gnome and kde?04:10
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dragonfyre13Avagant: yes.04:10
jtholmesanemone: good now reboot and after you come up  run  lsmod and see if the module is loaded then if it is not loaded then execute  modprobe -r nvidia-legacy04:10
lufisHow do I view an audio CD in Nautilus without Sound Juicer opening?04:11
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dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: ok, so you are using xubuntu for all intesive purposes.04:11
jtholmesanemone:  and the driver should load04:11
PhoulHow do i convert a bin to a iso04:11
Phoul?04:11
andrewcooluse a converter?04:11
Phoulwhich one>04:11
andrewcoolgoogle it?04:11
odyssevsSenesence, system > fonts > advanced > open font folder, drag & drop ttf and apparently you're done. Seems as easy as Windows. Alas, the pcf version of a font is another story. Maybe there's a script/prog which does pcf installations for the less savvy among us.04:11
andrewcoolbin to iso converter04:11
Avagantdragonfyre13: How so?04:11
Isaiah_the_Martyi guess dragonfyre1304:11
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: it won't show up the burning device on the desktop in XFCE, since it doesn't use a desktop like nautilus does.04:11
Isaiah_the_Martyi dont use gnome much anymore04:11
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kitchePhoul: bchuck I think it's called04:11
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kitche!bchuck04:11
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about bchuck - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:12
Isaiah_the_Martyit does every other time dragonfyre1304:12
Isaiah_the_Martyjust not now with the empty dvd04:12
Senesenceodyssevs: Yea, well thanks for trying.04:12
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lufisHow do I unregister Sound Juicer from handling audio CDs?04:12
dragonfyre13Avagant: just install kubuntu-desktop under ubuntu, or vice versa. Then when logging in through gdm, chose a different desktop environment.04:12
Phoulbchuck isnt in apt04:12
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Avagantgdm?04:12
anemoneargh, shifg+backspace is killingme04:12
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: OK, that must be the new thunar integration. have you burned anything before/04:12
Avagantdragonfyre13: what's gdm?04:13
odyssevsSenesence, mind you, when I right click the pcf itself and select "open with gnome font viewer" I don't see a font, merely the empty font viewer.04:13
Avagantoh gnome desktop manager?04:13
dragonfyre13Avagant: where you type in your username password.04:13
Avagantdoes it give you a choice between the 2?04:13
Phoulanyone know how to convert .bin to .iso04:13
dragonfyre13Avagant: right at the start.04:13
Isaiah_the_Martyno dragonfyre1304:13
Isaiah_the_Martythis is a first04:13
anemonew30, it looks like i did install the nvidia and ubuntu versions of the driver04:13
Senesenceodyssevs: Yea I know that too,lol04:13
Avagantis it kubuntu or kde?04:13
SenesenceAnd still no one knows04:13
dragonfyre13Avagant: it'l have a dropdown04:13
anemonei wouldn't have done that if on reboot x was not failing04:13
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dragonfyre13Avagant: you want to install kubuntu-desktop04:14
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anemonew30, but now i need to remove the nvida version04:14
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: ok, let me see what I can dig up.04:14
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dragonfyre13Avagant: it will default to gnome, and you have to specifically choose KDE to boot there. It has a dropdown before you even type your username.04:15
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Avagantwow 156 packages!04:15
Taimso where would be the best place to get help with the following:04:15
Taimroot@nenene:/var/log# fglrxinfo04:16
TaimXlib:  extension "XFree86-DRI" missing on display ":0.0".04:16
Senesencedragonfyre13: Do you by any chance know how to install a PCF font.04:16
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AvagantThen I would have to reboot, and that's a big boo.04:16
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TaimNot running xgl either.04:16
AvagantI hate rebooting.04:16
dragonfyre13Senesence: what do you mean?04:16
blindMy VNC server won't work. I try to connect to it, it says unable to connect. I try to run Xvnc, it says it's running on display 0 -- so why won't it connect?04:16
bimberiTaim: you're running that as root.  Are you logged into X as root or is that a 'sudo -i' session?04:17
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Senesencedragonfyre13: Do you know how to install a bitmap font (.pcf), linux doesnt seem to recognize it04:17
Taimbimberi: sorry, I ran the last as root, however I was running it previously as the logged in user.04:17
dragonfyre13Senesence: gimme a sec. I'll find it.04:17
sjust1216is anyone having trouble with the theme manager in edgy04:17
Taimbimberi: same error.04:17
CrescendoMy friend, a Linux newb, is having trouble with her touchpad on a Toshiba laptop - it seems to randomly stop working, and completely not work when on a USB mouse.  Suggestions?04:17
tjb891how do you turn off a service like a nessus server?04:17
theunruledHi everyone. I'm 3 days new to Ubuntu and Linux and I have 2 questions that's bothering me.04:18
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bimberiTaim: ah, if it's happening as the logged in user then i'm not sure sorry04:18
blindtheunruled: let's hear em04:18
bimberi!edgy04:18
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 !schedule04:18
theunruled1: I installed ubuntu normally and grub showed me 5 choices excluding my xp04:19
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Phoulcan someone tell me where i can find bchuck04:19
theunruledthere're 2 versions of ubuntu listed, each has a normal and recovery, plus an additional memory test option04:19
theunruledis that normal?04:19
jribPhoul: bchunk?04:19
TomChims!xgl04:19
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 systems04:19
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blindtheunruled: you probably have two separate kernels.04:20
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johnHow do I reinstall drivers that came with the Easy Ubuntu package?04:20
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theunruledblind: any idea how I made that happen?04:20
Deramintheunruled: perfectly normal. I have the same thing04:20
blindhmmm, ubotu should be updated. compiz = no more. it's all about beryl now.04:20
theunruledbut why would it install 2 kernels?04:20
blindtheunruled: it's not a big deal.04:20
poningru!java04:20
ubotuTo install a java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the Multiverse repository04:20
theunruledhmm okay04:20
blindtheunruled: I have two installed, as well.04:20
theunruledI see04:21
theunruledokay 2nd one is more problematic04:21
blindkk04:21
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theunruledI cannot modify anything in / or /usr or /etc or etc04:21
theunruledthe only folder i can modify is my home04:21
blindnot without root.04:21
bimberitheunruled: that will happen as you keep up to date with the updates, new versions of the kernel will be installed, each time adding new entries to the grub menu.  You can reduce the number by removing older kernel versions.  Personally I don't bother.04:21
Gevaudan82theunruled: because you aren't root...use sudo isntead04:21
ravenwritingdeskI've got a whole bunch of wireless drivers pre-installed, how can I tell which one my wireless card is actually using?04:22
jribubotu: tell theunruled about sudo04:22
blind!beryl04:22
theunruledbimberi: so I need to modify the grub files with sudo commands04:22
theunruled?04:22
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about beryl - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:22
TomChims!conky04:22
ubotuconky: highly configurable system monitor for X based on torsmo. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.3.5-0ubuntu1 (dapper), package size 95 kB, installed size 316 kB04:22
odyssevsSenesence, did you run FontPath by the way?04:22
dragonfyre13Avagant: OK, I've got it.04:22
Gevaudan82theunruled: sudo vim /etc/myconfig.conf is just one example04:22
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bimberitheunruled: no, you can remove the kernels using a package management tool (such as synaptic).04:22
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dragonfyre13Avagant: nevermind04:22
Senesenceodyssevs: Just a sec04:23
Gevaudan82bimberi: yes you can04:23
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dragonfyre13SeanTater: OK, I got it.04:23
dragonfyre13SeanTater: nevermind04:23
bimberiGevaudan82: ?04:23
theunruledso the files *should* be locked? Because I see this little lock on every folder icon, but i saw a few ubuntu screenshots that don't have those locks04:23
dragonfyre13Senesence: OK, I got it.04:23
Senesencedragonfyre13: yes04:23
Gevaudan82bimberi: you can definitly remove and install kernels assuming they are in the apt-get repos using synaptic04:23
theunruledbimberi: oh, wouldn't dmg other kernels right?04:23
Avagantthis is gonna take a while.04:23
bimberiGevaudan82: that's what i said04:24
Gevaudan82bimberi: anything else, then sure you gotta compile yourself04:24
dragonfyre13Senesence: got that?04:24
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Gevaudan82bimberI: oops...words blurring together again, sorry04:24
Avagantdoes kde have more ability to change the look of things?04:24
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bimberitheunruled: no04:24
bimberiGevaudan82: np :)04:24
dragonfyre13Avagant: depends on who you ask. I think gnome does.04:25
Gevaudan82avagant: probally..though it easier to install themes in gnome04:25
odyssevsSenesence, just to recap, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/25540/04:25
Senesencedragonfyre13: Should I leave the pcf file gzipped?04:25
dragonfyre13That's fine, I think.04:25
blindubotu: beryl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. See http://forum.beryl-project.org/04:25
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Senesencedragonfyre13: I'll try it04:25
dragonfyre13Senesence: That's fine, I think. For now, just ungzip it.04:25
AvagantIt's just now unpacking this crap. Haha04:26
Senesencedragonfyre13: k04:26
AvagantWow, what'd I do?04:26
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dragonfyre13Avagant: What do you mean?04:26
fildoanyone here have an opinion on using a 3rd party firmware update for a linksys router?04:26
Gevaudan82http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gJG-OeCB-L8&NR  <-- whoah04:26
odyssevsdragonfyre13, you sent something to Senesence? Wouldn't mind being privy to that too..04:26
AvagantHaha now it's just taking along time, but apparently there's alot of stuff.04:26
Gevaudan82fildo: use ddwrt if you do so...it's quite painless04:26
Avagant"no" i mean.04:26
dragonfyre13odyssevs: here you go.04:26
Avagant150 some packages!04:26
theunruledokay, I do find 2 linux images in synaptic. Last confirmation, removing one wouldn't bother the other right? ^^; i'm kinda scared04:27
fildoGevaudan82: i was actually looking into that . but dont want to courupt hardware04:27
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andrewcoolWhats that 5 dollar router, where like there aliens, umm and others04:28
dragonfyre13Avagant: you just got a whole new desktop environment. Heck yeah theres a lot.04:28
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Avagantare there more gnome desktop configuration options.04:28
Avagant?!04:28
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nuguys, anyone know about glade?04:28
Gevaudan82fildo: you won't...just make sure you are plugged into  a reliable power supply and are flashing to ddwrt from any original linksys firmware...if you want to shop around, always reflash   to the original linksys firmware before flashing to a different firmware04:28
Avagantas long as i have this i might as well make it worth it.04:28
Avagant!glade04:28
ubotuglade: GTK+ 2 User Interface Builder. In component universe, is extra. Version 2.12.1-1ubuntu5 (dapper), package size 299 kB, installed size 4916 kB04:28
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nutNo i know04:28
odyssevsdragonfyre13, cheers. I gave him http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/25540/ (and forgot to add the directory after mkfontdir). Cheers mate.04:28
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nuthe question is, if i made an app using glade04:28
dragonfyre13Avagant: that's my thinking.04:28
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nuwill it run on KDE/04:28
nuor just gnome?04:29
andrewcoolok its fon04:29
dragonfyre13odyssevs: hehehe. great minds.04:29
Avagantdragonfyre13: I accidently fell into Ubuntu to begin with.04:29
tjb891I am using nessus to scan my own network and now my computer is running a nessus server, how do i turn this off becasue i only want it on when im using nessus and it is booting with it now?04:29
ladydoornu: it'll run--you just need to have gtk libs installed04:29
dragonfyre13Avagant: what do you mean?04:29
nuladydoor: thank you04:29
nikolaidragonfyre13,  Isaiah_the_Martyr04:29
ladydoornp04:29
AvagantMy sound on windoze was screwed up, i got a new soundcard it still didn't work and then I tried to do a complete reinstall but the cd was busted.04:29
nikolaik3b says that i dont have any writers04:29
odyssevsGevaudan82, I have officially lost track of Rodrigos who play the guitar.04:29
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Gevaudan82tjb891:  sudo apt-get install sysv-rc-conf && sudo sysv-rc-conf and then turn off nessusd04:29
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ubuntu_After enabling wifi, boot up halts when "configuring network interfaces." How do you get a desktop?04:30
dragonfyre13nikolai:  ?04:30
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AvagantI screwed myself over.04:30
dragonfyre13nikolai: I'm waiting for pages to load on the other desktop.04:30
Gevaudan82odyssevs: i was blown away...i can't belive in our country 50 cent and britney spears make it to the top of the charts04:30
tjb891Gevaudan82:what is sysv-rc?04:30
Gevaudan82rjb891: a tool to configure boot services04:30
nikolaiwhen i put the disc in k3b doesnt find it04:30
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odyssevsGevaudan82, this particular Rodrigo puts on a good show. What's his full name, or band name?04:31
tjb891ok04:31
clearzenHow do you share a folder with the network via the command line?04:31
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Gevaudan82odyssevs: no clue honestly04:31
bimberiubuntu_: try hitting CTRL-C at that point04:31
tjb891but how do i turn off services from the command line04:31
ubuntu_Gevaudan82: George Bush as the pres too. - somethings just aren't funny.04:31
AvagantI shouldn't download alot of stuff, but man.04:31
Gevaudan82odyssevs: there's a couple other vis w/ him04:31
Gevaudan82odyssevs: vids i mean04:31
ubuntu_bimberi - didn't work04:31
bimberitjb891: invoke-rc.d (temporarily) update-rc.d (permanently)04:31
AvagantI can't help it!04:31
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Governorwhen i type eject in console, the cd drive opens, but i have two drives. how do i get the other one open? sometimes the icon on desktop doesn't show the eject option04:31
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: ah, got it. I thought you were reminding me about yourself. I was thinking, "I'm searching man!"04:32
Isaiah_the_Martydo i have to mount it or something?04:32
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ubuntu_bimberi - looks like i can't get a console for f2-f7 either.04:32
bimberiubuntu_: hm, perhaps try it just as the "configuring..." message appears04:32
odyssevsclearzen, http://www.neowin.net/forum/index.php?showtopic=39648604:32
Isaiah_the_Martyoh04:32
Isaiah_the_Martylol04:32
Isaiah_the_Martysorry04:32
ubuntu_bimberi - nah, nothing.04:32
bimberiubuntu_: yes, it probably hasn't started them yet04:32
odyssevsGevaudan82, true progress for the benefit of the individual is not promoted by the state. Thought we all learned that by 5? =P04:32
ubuntu_grub options to disable networking?04:33
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AvagantI'm gonng have to mount my cd burner probably to actually brn cd like I want to.04:33
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: did you get that?04:33
Gevaudan82odyssevs: i guess i assume if we are the melting pot we'd be better soup than we are now04:33
odyssevsGevaudan82, I wouldn't turn down an evening having a drink with this bloke in the corner. Good stuff.04:33
dragonfyre13Avagant: ?04:33
ubuntu_bimberi - What file controls wifi modules being started?04:33
Avagantdragonfyre?04:33
theunruledsorry, 1 more question. My ubuntu can find my USB extneral drive but it's read only. Anyway to modify it?04:34
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Avagantchmod! no don't do it.04:34
clearzenodyssevs: thank you. That link should give me the info I need04:34
rockstar_Hm, I just installed Kubuntu on my laptop, taking it for a spin (I'm a Debian user).  I installed e17 and entrance, but something is not setting the PATH when it starts entrance.  Where should I look to find where the $PATH environment variable is?04:34
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Gevaudan82rockstar_ ~/.bash_profile is a start04:34
dragonfyre13Avagant: We all have the chronic downloader syndrome.04:34
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AvagantI can't help it, all these cool things I keep finding for Ubuntu.04:34
bimberiubuntu_: idk sorry, if you know the module you can prevent it being loaded by blacklisting it in /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist04:34
Senesencedragonfyre13: That didn't work. Did you get it to work on your distro. Im trying to get this font to work http://www.netalive.org/tinkering/triskweline/04:35
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odyssevsGevaudan82, all excellent things have the same core principles. The superficial differences are irrelevant. And for anyone who complains about the state of civilisations, I tell them.. a coward dies a thousand times, a brave man dies once.04:35
dragonfyre13Avagant: I've been in it a few years, and I'm still finding stuff.04:35
AvagantGet Listen Player, it's friggin awesome.04:35
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jtholmestheunruled: is there a write disable button on the drive04:35
rockstar_Gevaudan82, hm, my default shell is zsh.  However, most of the Xsession xinitrc etc scripts are run through bash.  I'll check it out.04:35
AvagantLyrics and last.fm scrobbler!04:35
marcusgrazettehi, does anyone know if installing the ntfsmount tool and the ntfs-fuse user-space filesystem driver will allow me to use gparted to create an ext3 partition on a disk that has only one ntfs partition? I'm aiming to be able to resize that ntfs partition and create the ext3 next to it04:35
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theunruledjtholmes: a write disable button on the drive? where would I find that?04:35
AvagantThe only 2 things I need in the world besides Soulseek/Nicotine and sound.04:35
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dragonfyre13Senesence: let me play for a few minutes.04:36
DeraminAnyone know if Anjuta has it's own help channel?04:36
Isaiah_the_Martydragonfyre13, did you get it?04:36
Isaiah_the_Marty* Private messages from unregistered users are currently blocked due to spam problems, but you can always message a staffer. Please register! ( http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#privmsg )04:36
dragonfyre13Senesence: I'll come up with an answer.04:36
Senesencedragonfyre13: Please, I need closure, lol04:36
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: nope.04:36
jtholmestheunruled: if there was one you would know it  just  unmount  and  remount using   mount -o rw  ...04:36
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: pastebin it.04:36
alex_ubuntuAvantgant: What is listen player04:36
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odyssevsGevaudan82, Linux has this. There's something fundamentally special about it, where we progress, individually, and learn to be strategic and thorough. Something which the media, educational institutes, and all groups in general are not inclined to teach a person. =)04:36
AvagantHurry up and set up so I can see what this looks like.04:37
theunruledjtholmes: hmm... i'm rather new to linux04:37
AvagantI'm 3 days new to Linux.04:37
AvagantWell 4 days.04:37
theunruledso what should I look for when u unmout and mount04:37
theunruledAvagant: about same here04:37
bimberiubuntu_: another method would be to remove the /etc/rcS.d/S40networking symlink.  You might need a live cd as i think recovery mode will try to start it up too04:37
odyssevsclearzen, did that page clear up your question?04:37
jtholmestheunruled: ok execute  mount  command and see where the drive is mounted problbly  /media/usbdisk  etc.04:37
AvagantWindows died, I can't remember the exact day.04:37
Gevaudan82odyssevs: i can attest to this...last semester in grad school...learned more hacking away on my own than ever in school04:37
ubuntu_bimberi - bimberi - Great idea! - can you help me do it?04:37
AvagantI've learned more using Linux then ever in my life.04:37
AvagantI've also almost had a nervous breakdown because of it.04:38
jtholmestheunruled: if it automounted then  df -k  will not list it04:38
Isaiah_the_Martydragonfyre13,  [17179577.036000]  hdc: TOSHIBA DVD-ROM SD-C2612, ATAPI CD/DVD-ROM drive04:38
Isaiah_the_Marty[17179577.764000]  Uniform CD-ROM driver Revision: 3.2004:38
Isaiah_the_Marty[17179608.232000]  cdrom: open failed.04:38
Isaiah_the_Martythen it just goes on with cdrom: open failed a couple more times04:38
ubuntu_ln -s adds a link right? - how do you rmove one?04:38
Gevaudan82odyssevs: that's why i'm so impressed with ubuntu...the free as in free idiology and the fact that they are offering long term support...i see big things in the future for ubuntu04:38
odyssevsGevaudan82, absolutely. Anyway thanks for the Yet Another Rodrigo =)04:38
theunruledjtholmes: hm ok04:39
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: it looks like you don't have a burner. Are you sure it burns? It looks like a general DVD drive.04:39
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jtholmestheunruled: so where is it mounted04:39
odyssevsGevaudan82, well, distros come and go. Ubuntu won't be around forever. Maybe she'll be in the top five for a couple of years, but new and better projects are bound to replace her.04:39
dragonfyre13Avagant: OK, I've got an answer.04:39
AvagantI've got the question!04:39
dragonfyre13Avagant: kfontview04:39
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theunruledjtholmes: i'm not sure04:40
Avagantkfontview?04:40
dragonfyre13Avagant: it's a program that will allow you to install all sorts of fonts, including ttf and pcf04:40
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theunruledi don't have the drive with me at the moment04:40
AvagantOh my.04:40
dragonfyre13Avagant: neat, huh?04:40
Senesencedragonfyre13: Im the font guy04:40
Gevaudan82odyssevs: it's not exactly easy to gain so much community involvement in such a short amount of time...and a community that is open to new users even more rare...i think she's here to stay04:40
jtholmestheunruled: do you see a line containing   /media/usbdisk04:40
ubuntu_bimberi - man unlink - says it will remove the file. - is that good?04:40
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dragonfyre13Senesence: Ah. Sorry Avagant04:40
Isaiah_the_Martydragonfyre13, it says its a dvd/cd burner04:40
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theunruledjtholmes: i don't have the disk connected at the moment04:41
AvagantHey wait, will all my sound and stuff work with kde?04:41
marcusgrazettehi, does anyone know if i can use ubuntu to resize an ntfs partition and create an ext3 partition alongside it?04:41
wickedpuppyGevaudan82, that line reminds me of gentoo community ... open to new users ... :P04:41
AvagantBecause it's setting up players and stuff?04:41
theunruledjtholmes: i'll check when i get home04:41
dragonfyre13Senesence: apt-get install kcontrol04:41
bimberiubuntu_: no you can just delete the link with 'rm'04:41
jtholmestheunruled: ok04:41
odyssevsGevaudan82, and that's ok. We move on, close one project and begin another. Linux does require the investment of time and energy, the exercising of the brain - so it is not truly free at all. For some of us, accustomed to $100/hour wages, we spend tens of hours working out a solution. The more we value our time, the better our aptitude and the greater our ability to decypher the available information, the more we can achi04:41
dragonfyre13Senesence: then, kfontview from the commandline04:41
Isaiah_the_Martycan i burn it as data dragonfyre13 ?04:41
Gevaudan82Avagant: no way to tell...mine did and my computer just came out a couple months ago (dell precision 390)04:41
theunruled!mount04:41
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted  -  Formatting partitions: see the manual page for mkfs ("man mkfs")  -  Mounting partitions in Gnome: System -> Administration -> Disks04:41
wickedpuppybtw its not just ubuntu which is very newbie friendly ...04:41
Isaiah_the_Martywould that work?04:41
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ubuntu_bimberi - What does it link to?04:41
odyssevsIn all this Linux forces us to be forward-thinking, logic-based people. If you acquire all that, viz, what is a possibility, then it pays off.04:42
AvagantIf I use kde is it going to change all my sound settings and what not?04:42
dragonfyre13Isaiah_the_Marty: it's not even recognising it as a burnable drive. I'm researching further. Dang torrents and updates, taking up my bandwidth takes forever to load the forum pages.04:42
Isaiah_the_Martylol same04:42
bimberiubuntu_: /etc/rcS.d/S40networking: symbolic link to `../init.d/networking'04:42
lufisHow do I view an audio CD's contents in Nautilus? Every time I try to open the mount point Sound Juicer insists on opening04:42
dennis_well I just got another laptop up  and running with a bcm4319 w/ WPA, no the strange thing is whne I reboot the system, sometimes the wireless card shows up as eth2 or wlan004:42
dennis_any ideas ??04:42
dragonfyre13dennis_: demon computer?04:42
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dennis_demon?????04:43
dragonfyre13dennis_: ^_^04:43
ubuntu_bimberi - okay, I'll take a look there. - Thanks :)04:43
Lam_what's the difference between Edgy RC1 and Edgy Final?04:43
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Avagantdragonfyre13: is kde going to change all my sound settings and everything?04:43
bimberiubuntu_: np, good luck :)04:43
dragonfyre13dennis_: devil computer.04:43
Gevaudan82wickedpuppy: gentoo, open to new users? wow, surprised that's their mo now...gentoo's ok, but when i installed it i couldn't see any real performance benefit...emerge and gentoo's optimization are kind of like SElinux in my opinion...only beneficial if you know its capabilities inside and out which accounts for about .05% of us04:43
wickedpuppyLam_, one is RC1 and another is final ?04:43
theunruledjtholmes: thx for the help =] 04:43
dragonfyre13Avagant: nope.04:43
dennis_thats what I though you ment04:43
mikesdesktopsystif i have a harddrive that is ntfs and i want to play music off of it in linux, would i need to use samba or another type of program?04:43
jtholmestheunruled: anytime04:43
theunruledI'm trying to get ncmpc to work but I have no idea what I'm doing04:43
AvagantIt's setting up these players and stuff, I was getting worried.04:43
dragonfyre13Avagant: everything will pretty much stay the same, except for the insane amount of programs you will have.04:44
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tritiummikesdesktopsyst: no, you can safely read ntfs04:44
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jtholmesLam_: are u asking what RC1 stands for?04:44
wickedpuppyGevaudan82, you were talking about friendly communities .. not geek communities .. as far as friendly community goes check out #gentoo04:44
Senesencedragonfyre13: Got kfontview up what do I do now?04:44
dragonfyre13Avagant: things will only change if you make them.04:44
odyssevsGevaudan82, all great projects come to a close, and lead the way into newer ones. For one reason or another. When we become stuck with a picture which doesn't fit the reality, we regress. Same with dating, same with loyalty to one's country. All these relationships come and go. Ubuntu will eventually breed life into different projects. That's just life. =)04:44
AvagantONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY SOME04:44
dragonfyre13Senesence: open it.04:44
dennis_so anyone seen this issue before nic card showing up as eht2 or wlan0 when it wants to04:44
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AvagantIt's still setting up.04:44
Lam_jtholmes: no. i know what it is.  i was referring more along the lines of the differences because the Release Schedule has the RC1 listed as a "pre-production" release04:44
dragonfyre13Senesence: oh, and click the little open button.04:45
Lam_jtholmes: which to me, sounds like a final version before the version sticker is slapped on it04:45
marcusgrazetteubotu: i dont want to make a filesystem, just a regular ext3 partition04:45
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about i dont want to make a filesystem, just a regular ext3 partition - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:45
mister_roboto_mikesdesktopsyst: no you wouldn't have to. you can just mount the win partition and read from it04:45
odyssevsAh good old kfontview, forgot it existed!04:45
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dragonfyre13Avagant: You are little. I had over 2 gig setting up one time. That was sick.04:45
Avagantdragonfyre13: Wait are all my gnome programs going to disappear?04:45
Avagantdragonfyre13: Like I have last-exit and nicotine in gnome, are they gonna go away?04:46
Gevaudan82for reading and writing ntfs partition check out the link at ubuntuguide.org...i've tested both and they work perfectly...though i only write to an ntfs drive that stores non-system files04:46
dragonfyre13Avagant: nope. They'll be there, just accompanied by the KDE ones.04:46
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AvagantOh.04:46
dragonfyre13Avagant: in fact, they will be there on both the KDE menu, and the Gnome one. Same with the KDE apps.04:46
jtholmesLam_: quite close, it is one step before the final and they hope to find any remaining show stoppers before final release04:46
theunruledthanks for all the help guys04:46
AvagantOh, sweet.04:46
theunruledi'm running out of battery04:46
AvagantMaybe I shouldn't have done this. Haha04:46
theunruledbye bye04:46
Senesencedragonfyre13: Ok I got it open there was an error because it could not find the font name, and some other errors within console, but it's open04:46
odyssevsGevaudan82, what about writing to ext3 from NTFS?04:46
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Avaganthaha04:47
dragonfyre13Avagant: you'll just have massive menus. I reccomend rightclicking the menu, and clicking edit menu, then checking off most of the boxes.04:47
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dragonfyre13Senesence: that's normal.04:47
Gevaudan82odssevs: there's tools to do so...been forever since i've done it though04:47
odyssevsjtholmes, which kernel are they putting in the next release?04:47
tritiumodyssevs: 2.6.1704:47
dragonfyre13Senesence: just click the blue folder, and select the font file.04:47
Senesencedragonfyre13: So what now?04:47
Avagantdragonfyre13: will i be able to make the bottom task bar crazy awesome?04:47
odyssevstritium, r2 I hope?04:47
Rastasomeone has tried photoshop under vmware or another virtual machine? i have it installed with wine but it has some problems it isnt useful for serious work04:47
Senesencedragonfyre13: Did that, it's open04:48
Lam_what would happen if i tried to use the Edgy repositories with Dapper?04:48
tritiumodyssevs: we'll see04:48
jtholmesLam_: i dont know i looked at the release page earlier and did not see a ref to the kernel04:48
Gevaudan82odyssevs: but my setup involves me writing from my windows xp laptop to my ext3 server so i just use samba04:48
dragonfyre13Avagant: if you really feel like it. Check out Gnome-look.org and KDE-look.org.\04:48
tritiumLam_: you'd have to upgrade so many packages that you might as well just do a full dist-upgrade04:48
odyssevstritium, should put me one step closer to wifing on Linux. Gaaah I'll miss going bald.04:48
dragonfyre13Senesence: hang on. I'll get there.04:48
Gevaudan82Lam_: be prepared for a headache if you are trying to upgrade04:48
tritiumodyssevs: why, what's the problem?04:48
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jtholmesLam_: however, i suspect that with the final being the 26th of this month the current kernel would be the one used it is quite late in the game to change that04:48
Gevaudan82Lam_: it'll get easier, but edgy is still beta...october 26th release date i think04:49
Lam_jtholmes: yeah. i think they froze the kernel in mid september04:49
odyssevsGevaudan82, samba appeared once too often on my Secunia list for comfort.04:49
Lam_Gevaudan82: ok thanks04:49
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jtholmesLam_: yes i seem to remember seeing frozeon on some items and the kernel was probably one of them they run a tight ship04:49
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Avagantdragonfyre13: I sound like a complete n00b but will all my codecs and things still be there?04:49
odyssevstritium, can't bring my bcm43xx card to life.04:50
tritiumodyssevs: not even with ndiswrapper?04:50
Gevaudan82odyssevs: i've passed a nessus scan with no problems...but i just use it locally behind a router/firewall so i'm not worried...i use pptpd to access samba shares remotely or plain old ssh04:50
dragonfyre13Avagant: yep.04:50
odyssevstritium, tried it.04:50
AvagantHurray for progress!04:50
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dragonfyre13Avagant: don't panic. Everything will be the same as if you just installed new programs.04:50
tritiumodyssevs: works for most04:50
AvagantI wonder how many actual gb this is going to take. Haha04:50
odyssevsGevaudan82, god bless iptables =)04:50
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odyssevstritium, adds to the frustration.04:50
[5D] Silent_Chaosis it possible to install ubuntu to a usb drive? How much space would it need?04:50
Avagantwow this really is taking a long time.04:51
cpl-tnt44what is the linux source dir ?04:51
Jahootyi've got a minor issue, in the repositories list (xubuntu, 6.06) i have no 'multiverse' listed,04:51
cpl-tnt44what is the linux source dir ? /usr/src/linux ?04:51
Gevaudan82odyssevs: the internet could use a better getting started guide for iptables as it's really not bad but it's intimidating for most reading the iptables bible or whatever it is called..the comprehensive guide04:51
dragonfyre13Senesence: I lied. Exit out, and type kcontrol and go to system administration, and then to font installer.04:51
tritiumJahooty: you can easily add it04:51
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cpl-tnt44what is the linux source dir ? /usr/src/linux ?04:51
Jahootycool, i was hoping it's easy04:51
tritiumcpl-tnt44: you need to install the source first04:51
Jahootycant find it's information tho,04:51
Gevaudan82cpl-tn44: do a search for apt-get install linux-headers04:52
morphiranyone installed engage(the dock) sucessfully on LTS 6.06?04:52
AvagantOk, it just finished.04:52
tritiumGevaudan82: headers and source packages are not the same04:52
dragonfyre13Senesence: then, go to administration mode, and click add fonts.04:52
cpl-tnt44Gevaudan82> whats the connncetion ?04:52
dragonfyre13Select the unzipped pcf font.04:52
Gevaudan82tritum: i didn't realize that...carry on :)04:52
odyssevstritium, I am convinced it would work.. however I'm a bit too old to get my head around all the various tricks.04:52
dragonfyre13Senesence: Select the unzipped pcf font.04:52
Jahootydoes it matter that i'm running xubuntu?04:52
Senesencedragonfyre13: Im using gnome, will any of this work04:53
cpl-tnt44i wanna install a linux wireless card drivers and it asks me some qustions when i do 'make config'04:53
tritiumGevaudan82: but, you're right, often times, one really only needs the headers.  e.g., to build modules...04:53
cpl-tnt44Geva ,i wanna install a linux wireless card drivers and it asks me some qustions when i do 'make config'04:53
dragonfyre13Senesence: that's why you go to admin mode. It will work, it installs it in a common area.04:53
cpl-tnt44i wanna get them right u know04:53
dragonfyre13Senesence: I use gnome too.04:53
suff0katethis is gonna be a odd question but is there a battle.net bot?04:53
Avagantdragonfyre13: I'm going to reboot wish me luck. Haha04:53
tritiumcpl-tnt44: for which wireless card?  You shouldn't need to compile them...04:53
Gevaudan82cpl-tn44: tried searching for the exact string you are asked in google? typically you'll find a forum post or two04:54
odyssevsGevaudan82, you might fancy La Bottine Souriante too.. small group from Quebec. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mRCu24-d_RY04:54
Gevaudan82cpl-tn44: in quotes all the same04:54
cpl-tnt44tritum Netgear MA40104:54
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ksmurfI'm trying to use a serial port I have for a virt machine but it says it's locked.  can I chown it or is there a better way?04:54
rowanjlhow do you stop a service?04:54
rowanjlOh, and Hello :P04:54
cpl-tnt44tritum ?04:54
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tritiumrowanjl: invoke-rc.d <servicename> stop04:54
jtholmesrowanjl: what service04:55
rowanjlok04:55
tritium(with sudo first)04:55
cpl-tnt44tritum ? do u think using the ndiswrapper is good here ? instead of the linux driver the vendor supplies ?04:55
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tritiumcpl-tnt44: I'd definitely try it first.04:55
Gevaudan82odyssevs: george carlin and the p funk meets riverdance...not bad at all04:55
lufisWhy is Ubuntu so bloody persistent on forcing me to use Sound Juicer?04:55
morphirsee this guide ppl: http://www.supriyadisw.net/2006/04/engage-on-dapper-drake04:55
odyssevstritium, something you could pass up the line to the fellows working on the next release. Probably tracked, but anyway - when accessing a dialogue requiring the root pass, if you hit the caps lock towards the end of the password, the window resizes slightly. Disengaging it causes the window to resize again, but improperly.04:55
Senesencedragonfyre13: Did this work on your end? It's not recognizing it as a font04:55
cpl-tnt44tritium , mmm so i'd use the winxp inf files or the linux inf files ?04:55
dragonfyre13Senesence: Hmm. Hang on04:56
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tritiumcpl-tnt44: should be winxp04:56
Gevaudan82odyssevs: been listining to this old crow medicine show track on repeat most of the night..."Wagon Wheel" is the name04:56
rowanjl * Stopping web server lighttpd                                          [fail] 04:56
tritiumodyssevs: file a bug!04:56
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rowanjlbloody thing!04:56
tritiumrowanjl: does it need a bandage?04:56
odyssevsgah. =)04:56
rowanjlit needs a hammer... on its skill04:56
Netslayerhow can i install ubuntu on a bootable fake or software raid? i've tried the guides, server, desktop iso's and always something screws up04:57
Gevaudan82Netslayer: not to  change the subject, but is a software raid really worth your trouble?04:57
Netslayerdapper and edgy both have issues with dmraid with my nvidia or sli raid chipsets.. i feel doomed04:57
tritiumrowanjl: did you use sudo to stop it?04:57
lufisThe CD drive is /dev/hdc mounted on /media/cdrom0. I try to open /media/cdrom0 in Nautilus and SoundJuicer is opened. I like SoundJuicer, really, but I would like to be able to just view the audio cd tracks in Nautilus!04:57
NetslayerGevaudan82, yes04:57
jtholmesrowanjl: how do you know it is running04:57
rowanjlyeah04:57
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rowanjlI know its running because its taken over localhost ;)04:58
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jtholmesrowanjl: that is one way04:58
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rowanjlthanks :)04:58
Netslayeri really should start filing these bugs i find04:58
benguinHi there; anyone has a GeForce 7600 on a via kt800 pro mobo?04:58
lufisNetslayer: Makes the two of us...04:58
clearzenthe updater is not letting me download any updates. It gives me this error anytime I try to update through the command line: Err http://us.archive.ubuntu.com dapper-updates Release.gpg04:59
clearzenalong with some others but they are all either gpg or unable to fetch file04:59
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Flannelclearzen: which mirrors you using? the us ones by any chance?  try changing them.04:59
clearzenwhere could I get a list of different repos?05:00
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hondjelufis: go to system -> preferences -> removable drives and media and go to the multimedia tab05:00
Gevaudan82odyssevs: actually a link on youtube for it:  http://youtube.com/watch?v=O2vJUadjdmo05:00
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Flannelclearzen: if you're using us.archive.ubuntu.com, just remove the us. from the front of all of them, just archive.ubu...05:00
violotAnyone know how to change the color of the title bar's text in GNOME?05:00
dragonfyre13Senesence: OK, I have an alternative. Go to the site, and get the ttf font.05:00
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violotThe Window border theme I'm using is white, and the text is white too :|05:01
cycomCrayon?05:01
Netslayerdmraid on edgy reports my chunk size isn't divisible by the space and won't give me a mapped device, dmraid on dapper gives some other error. really sad (i have nvidia and sil fake raids and neither work)05:01
violotIt's..... unreadable :P05:01
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dragonfyre13Senesence: then, go to nautilus, and select go to location.05:01
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clearzenalright. I'll try that. Are those mirrors down? why is it doing that?05:01
PFAhelp! i reinstalled ubuntu and now nothing will open!05:01
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dragonfyre13Senesence: then, go to font:/// and copy the font over to the directory, unzipped.05:01
Senesencedragonfyre13: Yea, I know that the .ttf works, but it looks horrible, thats why I want the .pcf.05:01
Flannelclearzen: because the us mirrors go down... quite often ;)05:01
Gevaudan82PFA: specifics05:01
clearzenoh05:01
dragonfyre13Senesence: oh. I might have a fix for that. Give me a sec.05:01
PFAGevaudan82: um . . . i installed Breezy?05:02
Senesencedragonfyre13: so there is no way to install a .pcf font?05:02
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odyssevsGevaudan82, jolly good. All I need now is the 1930s Packard =)05:02
violotNobody?  Or nobody pays attention to me? ;)05:02
Gevaudan82PFA: what won't open? can you boot in to ubuntu? grub throwing an error? can't login? can't open programs? what?05:02
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dragonfyre13Senesence: that's what I'm talking about. I know the convoluted way, but it only works on fedora.05:02
PFAGevaudan82: can't open programs05:02
dragonfyre13Senesence: oh, and gentoo.05:02
odyssevsviolot, standby.05:02
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Netslayeris there a flag i can pass to the kernel when booting a livecd to stop x from starting (it locks my desktop cause it's incompatible with a 24" dell panel)05:03
Gevaudan82PFA: change your hostname05:03
dragonfyre13Senesence: I think I have a way to install PCF on ubuntu though.05:03
PFAGevaudan82: how and to what05:03
Gevaudan82PFA: vim /etc/hostname and vim /etc/hosts05:03
cute_bettong! ati05:03
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto05:03
Senesencedragonfyre13: If it works Ill try it05:03
Gevaudan82PFA: could be any number of things, but try that and reboot to see if it helps05:03
bm0nkI've download wlan.sh, edited it in gedit, saved it, chmod 777, then i do ./wlan.sh and it tells me      : No such file or directory    Yet im in the same directory where the file is.....IM CONFUSED :(05:04
PFAGevaudan82: but what do i change it to?05:04
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Gevaudan82PFA: anything besides what it is now05:04
wickedpuppybm0nk, pastebin the ls -l and ./wlan.sh pls05:04
wickedpuppyi wanna see05:04
PFAGevaudan82: um, okay05:04
wickedpuppy:P05:04
cpl-tnt44While sudo ndiswrapper -i /home/user/wireless/netma401.inf ,gettinf couldn't open netma401.inf: No such file or directory at /usr/sbin/ndiswrapper line 164 . ANY ONE have any idea\clue how to solve this !??05:04
bm0nki cant pastebin05:05
bm0nkseperate computer05:05
wickedpuppy!pastebin05:05
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)05:05
wickedpuppyoh05:05
bm0nkah05:05
PFAGevaudan82: what the heck? I dont know how to do that05:05
bm0nkno its ok05:05
bm0nki think i can do that05:05
odyssevsNetslayer I think if you type 'server' at the prompt it will give you text-only.05:05
Netslayercool i'll try that next boot05:05
jumbersA ton of my thumbnails are failing to be created05:05
Gevaudan82PFA: in /etc/hosts type 127.0.0.1 ubuntu.username.lan after the line that reads 127.0.0.1 ...in /etc/hostname simply type ubuntu.username.lan replacing username in both cases05:05
Netslayerdid some ubuntu mirror go down.. swears05:06
Gevaudan82PFA: you can use gedit if you are more comfortable but you have to be root to edit the files05:06
cpl-tnt44While sudo ndiswrapper -i /home/user/wireless/netma401.inf ,gettinf couldn't open netma401.inf: No such file or directory at /usr/sbin/ndiswrapper line 164 . ANY ONE have any idea\clue how to solve this !??05:06
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Netslayer195.248.90.54 is down05:06
PFAGevaudan82: there is no line that says that :S05:06
dragonfyre13Senesence: there we go.05:07
dragonfyre13Senesence: run this. sudo dpkg-reconfigure fontconfig05:07
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dragonfyre13Senesence: when it asks if you want to enable bitmap fonts, say YES.05:07
odyssevsviolot short term solution is to pick another theme.05:07
Gevaudan82PFA: type 127.0.0.1 localhost ubuntu.username.lan and then on a new line type 127.0.1.1 ubuntu.username.lan05:07
dragonfyre13Senesence: that's why nothing worked.05:07
bm0nkwickedpuppy : Pasted by bm0nk October 3rd 5:0705:07
violotodyssevs: :\05:07
bm0nkoh...05:07
violotAny way just to edit the colour of the text?!05:07
odyssevsNetslayer, clearzen was reporting a problem with the US mirror.05:08
bm0nkhttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/2554205:08
hondjeviolot: Um, you'd think wouldn't you :-)05:08
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hondjeThere really isn't a way to click and pick colors for various parts of your theme05:09
PFAGevaudan82: sorry, rebooted by accident05:09
violot*Sigh* Sometimes I really do think the GNOME people oversimplify GNOME :|05:09
PFAGevaudan82: there is no line that says that IP address05:09
odyssevsviolot, perhaps a gnome-themes howto ? =))05:09
clearzenodyssevs: actually I tried the non us mirrors and it is giving me the same errors05:09
Gevaudan82PFA: type 127.0.0.1 localhost ubuntu.username.lan and then on a new line type 127.0.1.1 ubuntu.username.lan05:09
wickedpuppybm0nk, its certainly weird ... try sh wlan.sh ?05:09
odyssevsclearzen, Netslayer will be delighted to hear that.05:09
PFAGevaudan82: what are the files again?05:09
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Gevaudan82PFA: then edit /etc/hostname and simply type ubuntu.username.lan ...finally reboot05:09
odyssevsclearzen, one wonders whether the Debian mirrors would do the job?05:09
bm0nkwickedpuppy : woah...let me pastebin this05:09
Senesencedragonfyre13: It was already on. I did it before, it was on yes all the time.05:10
Netslayerserver is up, the edgy repos were updated so an apt-get update was required on my behalf since the old deb files were removed05:10
Senesencedragonfyre13: Did it work on your distro?05:10
odyssevsviolot, simplicity isn't cheap - http://gnomesupport.org/forums/viewtopic.php?t=987705:10
dragonfyre13Senesence: hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.05:10
clearzenIt might be my sources list though. I'm going to  try a few things. like importing all the gpg keys for the repos and rebuilding my keycache05:10
dragonfyre13Senesence: yep.05:10
bm0nkwickedpuppy : http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/2554305:10
PFAGevaudan82: what is the filename05:10
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Gevaudan82PFA: the first message goes in /etc/hosts05:10
Senesencedragonfyre13: The trist.pcf worked for you?05:11
PFAGevaudan82: okay thanks05:11
PFAGevaudan82: and um . . . where do i put the new line, lol05:11
Senesencedragonfyre13: trisk.pcf*05:11
Gevaudan82PFA: i thought you said the file was empty?05:11
dragonfyre13I used another font. bcf. Let me try this one.05:11
wickedpuppybm0nk, thats even more weird ... i can't think of any other way to run a shell script .. lol05:11
PFAGevaudan82: no, there was just no line in it with that IP address05:11
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PFAGevaudan82: actually, after a reboot, everything works :o sorry to trouble you! and thanks05:12
Senesencedragonfyre13: It here http://www.netalive.org/tinkering/triskweline/05:12
bm0nkwickedpuppy :(05:12
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wickedpuppybm0nk, is the script very long ? if not can pastebin it as well ?05:12
bm0nkerr05:12
bm0nkill try05:12
Gevaudan82bm0nk: are you using bash? did you type #!/bin/bash at the top of the shellscript?05:12
wickedpuppythank05:12
cpl-tnt44While sudo ndiswrapper -i /home/user/wireless/netma401.inf ,gettinf couldn't open netma401.inf: No such file or directory at /usr/sbin/ndiswrapper line 164 . ANY ONE have any idea\clue how to solve this !??05:12
clearzenit keeps giving me this on a lot of the sources:05:12
clearzenErr http://security.ubuntu.com dapper-security Release.gpg05:12
clearzen  Could not connect to 62.117.35.196:8080 (62.117.35.196), connection timed out05:12
clearzenIt's been giving me that error for days now05:13
dragonfyre13Senesence: yep, I'm getting it now.05:13
Senesencedragonfyre13: So trisk.pcf works for you?05:13
bm0nkGevaudan82 : yes05:14
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dragonfyre13not yet. I'm missing a switch.05:14
Gevaudan82bm0nk: did you create the shellscript in linux? if you created it windows there might be some special characters throwing it off...you can always dos2unix it05:14
dragonfyre13Senesence: hang on. Missing a switch somewhere.05:14
Senesencedragonfyre13: Ok05:14
DeraminRunning Ubuntu 6.06.  Apologies for the slightly off topic questions but:  1) Is there a way to convert Anjuta to a Java IDE?  2) How can I be sure I've got the Java Development Kit 5.0 installed?  I installed it from the Package Manager, but other programs are telling me that I don't have all the libraries it comes with.  3) What is the best visually rich Java IDE for Ubuntu that doesn't require projects. I only need to work with single files.05:15
bm0nkGevaudan82 : Someone in here sent me it05:15
Gevaudan82bm0nk: i actually had that exact problem earlier today...even though i created the shellscript in linux just uploaded to a windows ftp server to download again to another linux machine...special characters appeared05:15
Netslayerdmraid on edgy: device-mapper: dm-stripe: Target length not divisible by chunk size        and nothing happens..no device..nadda05:15
bm0nkwickedpuppy : http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/2554405:15
bm0nkahhh05:15
bm0nkwell someone on here gave it to me05:15
bm0nkhttp://kitchetech.com/docs/unix/wlan.sh05:15
wickedpuppybm0nk, it look right for a shell script ..05:16
wickedpuppytry dos2unix like Gevaudan82 suggested ?05:16
bm0nkok05:16
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odyssevscpl-tnt44, is the respective sys file present in the same place?05:16
Gevaudan82bm0nk:if you open it in vim you should see a ^M at the end of the line if they exist05:16
bm0nkvim ?05:16
bm0nksorry im new to ubuntu05:17
wickedpuppymay not work .. but can't find the file ... so weird05:17
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wickedpuppybm0nk, vi wlan.sh05:17
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wickedpuppyto quit press escape then :wq05:17
wickedpuppyjust :q05:17
odyssevsbm0nk, vi is an alias for vim, a clone of the original vi.05:17
Cheep-cheepdragonfyre13: You still here?05:17
r0yrul3zor just use nano05:17
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violotWhat the heck!? Mouse scroll scrolls for like half a second, then quits scrolling in Firefox!?05:17
Cheep-cheepI don't remember my other sn. Hehe05:17
odyssevsviolot, your lucky night isn't it?05:18
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RawSewagehow do you skip the 30 mount disk check for a later time05:18
violotIt quite is ;)05:18
dragonfyre13Cheep-cheep: you the one with the burner issue?05:18
violotKDE seems to be ugly-i-fied05:18
Cheep-cheepNo, I was trying the kde.05:18
violotGNOME is fine05:18
RawSewageif Im in a hurry, and it happens to be the 30th time, it's very annoying to have to wait for a half hour05:18
Cheep-cheepHEY I like KDE.05:18
violotand beautiful05:18
odyssevscpl-tnt44, yes? no?05:18
r0yrul3zCheep-cheep, GNOME > KDE05:18
violotKDE is ugly on my system for some reason05:18
Cheep-cheepI like KDE. Personally.05:18
bm0nkwhen i press Q05:18
bm0nkit just says05:18
bm0nkrecording05:18
violotAnd for some reason, my mouses in X are only black and white... :|05:18
Gevaudan82violot: i like kubuntu but i hate debian kde...way too many apps preinstalled to know what to do with05:18
violotAnd they don't animate05:19
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FlannelGnome Vs KDE, emacs vs vim, etc arguments belong in #ubuntu-offtopic05:19
Cheep-cheepIt sucks it didn't recognize my hd1 was on the desktop, but that's fine with me.05:19
violotI installed the package kde... don't do that!  Do kubuntu-desktop05:19
SinnerGpff slow ;p05:19
dragonfyre13Cheep-cheep: Oh, Avan.... something.05:19
bm0nkomg i cant get out of it05:19
odyssevsJeez Debian's KDE is a serious problem for indecisive people.05:19
RawSewage#MyOSisBetterThanYourOS05:19
Cheep-cheepviolot: That's what I did.05:19
bm0nkescape q  doesnt work05:19
Cheep-cheepYa I can't remember my last sn. haha05:19
violotkde installs A BUNCH of crap05:19
RawSewageI mean WM05:19
violotkubuntu-desktop does a lot less05:19
Cheep-cheepMy mouse works better on kde?05:19
Gevaudan82^^05:20
violotMy mice are black and white all of a sudden05:20
dragonfyre13Cheep-cheep: I'm a gnome guy. Till death. But linus torvalds is KDE, so you're in good company.05:20
violot:|05:20
RawSewagehow do you skip the 30 mount disk check for a later time05:20
Gevaudan82Cheep-cheep: lol, are you serious?05:20
violotAnd don't animate cursors05:20
Cheep-cheepYah I don't understand why, but it seems more sensitive which is alright with me.05:20
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Cheep-cheepHAHA it's set to 24hr.05:20
SkramXconfigure: error: C++ preprocessor "/lib/cpp" fails sanity check05:20
tritiumSkramX: have you installed build-essential?05:20
SkramX/lib/cpp is a sym link to the cpp binary.. any idea?05:20
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PFAhow do i find out what USB port my printer is on05:21
SkramXtritium: doing now05:21
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SkramXI am a Gentoo'er, just installed ubuntu on my laptop to try it out05:21
bm0nkOK I tried dos2unix - still "No such file or directory"05:21
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SkramXtritium: thanks05:21
=== violot wonders why all his KDE fonts are unantialiased in KDE :|
bm0nkAnd i tried vim, couldnt close it so i just closed the terminal window05:21
b14ck73425hey everyone05:21
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r0yrul3zbm0nk, use nano05:21
SkramXtritium: what about Xtest?05:21
b14ck73425change the system font05:22
odyssevsbm0nk, :q to quit, :wq to write and quit, :q! to quit saving no changes.05:22
Cheep-cheepI like terminal in KDE too.05:22
tritiumbm0nk: you have to installed sysutils or tofrodos to have dos2unix command05:22
SkramXnvm05:22
tritiumSkramX: what about it05:22
tritium?05:22
SkramXapt-get install x-window-system-dev05:22
Gevaudan82bm0nk: to close vim type :wq ...press the i and Esc button to go in and out of edit mode...i goes in, esc goes back to command mdoe where you can type :wq for example which saves and quits05:22
bm0nktritium : actually i used the online web version of dos2unix05:22
wickedpuppybm0nk, i also downloaded ... and got the same errors .. weird05:22
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tritiumbm0nk: okay, but it's available in ubuntu packages05:22
SkramXviolot: I am on one right now :)05:22
Cheep-cheepThe clock is in 24 hour time, I have no idea how to get it out of that, but it's ok as long as it has the right time.05:22
bm0nkWell without this wlan script i cant make my wireless card work05:22
violotMeanie :P05:23
SkramX:P05:23
bm0nkthanks tritium05:23
violotMac OS X looks real neat05:23
SkramXyeah05:23
violotI'd use it alongside with Ubuntu05:23
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Cheep-cheepOS X is neat if you have THE LATEST os.05:23
violotand maybe install some random unpopular linux distros on another05:23
SkramXI used to us egentoo for my desktop machine (a laptop), then got this macmini. Now trying ubuntu on the laptop and osx on the macmini05:23
Cheep-cheepIf you have something that's like 10 versions behind you are outta luck with anything.05:23
violotI hate Apple's upgrade ways05:23
RawSewageIs there a command you can type to abort the 30-mount disk check05:23
SkramXstill proudly use gentoo on servers05:23
SkramXyeah05:23
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Gevaudan82violot:  granted i'm not a mac user but it seems the osx dock would be horrible for multitasking...especially when opening up close to two dozen windows as i usually have open05:24
bm0nkI tried to configure my wireless card using the networking GUI, but as soon as i change it from DHCP to static, even if i've filled in all the boxes....the OK buttin is greyed out...so i was trying to use this wlan.sh but now obviously im screwed :(05:24
EnsignRedshirtIs there a FAQ for the Firefox update somewhere?  After the update to 1.5.0.7 in breezy, I only get sound when I play a video (such as those at cnn or bbc).05:24
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violotI want to try a Mac out05:24
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violotThey seem to have real nice integration built in between apps05:24
RawSewageIs there an Ubuntu help channel05:24
Cheep-cheepI like the name of the advanced text editor.05:24
violotLike what KDE seems to be striving for05:24
Cheep-cheep!Kate05:24
ubotuText Editors: gedit (GNOME), Kate (KDE), vi/vim (terminal-based), terminal based: vi/vim, emacs, nano (user-friendly). HTML/CSS editors: !html; Programming: !code05:24
sigE: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)05:24
siganyone want to help with this one?05:24
sigprocessing was halted because there were too many errors?????05:25
Gevaudan82violot: assuming you pay for their apps of course...just as microsoft's visual studio/sql server/windows 2003 server integration05:25
sigwas install mplayer05:25
wickedpuppysig, mplay is in repos ..05:25
violotYeah, I wish I wouldn't be stuck in a clone of MS's monopoly with Apple05:25
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Cheep-cheep!html05:25
ubotuhtml is HyperText Markup Language, used to build webpages. Editors in Ubuntu: Bluefish, Quanta+, Screem. For howto on HTML coding, see: http://www.w3schools.com05:25
RawSewageIs there a command you can type to abort the 30-mount disk check05:25
wickedpuppymplayer*05:25
odyssevsI'm not being funny, but how do you exit emacs?05:25
sig /car/cache/apt/archives/libartsc0_1.5.2-0ubuntu1_i386.deb05:25
DeraminDoes anyone know how to get something, *anything*, to code and compile Java set up in Ubuntu?05:25
SinnerGpff slow ;p05:25
violotIf they supported free software/open source software and such I'd be happy05:25
sigwickedpuppy, no kidding05:25
r0yrul3zlol05:25
SinnerGops ;p05:25
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wickedpuppyodyssevs, ctrl-x xtrl-c05:26
Gevaudan82Deramin: sudo apt-get install sun-java5-sdk05:26
sigthat was an apt-get install error05:26
bm0nkwickedpuppy:  I tried to configure my wireless card using the networking GUI, but as soon as i change it from DHCP to static, even if i've filled in all the boxes....the OK buttin is greyed out...so i was trying to use this wlan.sh but now obviously im screwed :(05:26
Gevaudan82Deramin: then sudo update-alternatives --config java05:26
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wickedpuppysig, try sudo apt-get install mplayer05:26
Cheep-cheepKopete?05:26
sigwickedpuppy, that was the return error of apt-get install mplayer dude05:26
wickedpuppybm0nk, i still can't figure out the error from the bash05:26
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DeraminGevaudan82: hypothetically did it. Not all libraries seem to be there, though or else my program relying on the JDK is fubar05:26
b14ck73425is there a way to make a different program the default for movies05:27
bm0nkwickedpuppy : thats the problem...its not a real error message beccause the file does exist :(05:27
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haydenAUwhat can i use to burn a dvd-video ?05:27
Netslayeri really dont feel like submitting some bugs, is there a quicker way?05:27
Gevaudan82Deramin: what libraries are you looking for?05:27
violotCocoa and Obj-C looks like a real nice way to develop apps05:27
Netslayerthe edgy installer has a lot of rough edges05:27
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wickedpuppybm0nk, well bash should be slapped :P05:27
Gevaudan82haydenAU: k3b05:28
violotI'd kill for a port of Cocoa to Linux that could make GNOME or Qt apps with Cocoa's same code05:28
haydenAUanything for gnome?05:28
SinnerGgrmbl05:28
jtholmesNetslayer: like what rough edges05:28
clearzenHow do I set apt to directly connect to the internet instead of using a proxy? What changes need to be made to the apt.conf file?05:28
bm0nkwickedpuppy : This is the final step to make my wireless card work...    ( http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=1573173 is my extensive posting lol )05:28
SinnerGwhere I had 80connections / sec before with debian05:28
SinnerGI get 4-5 connections / sec with ubuntu :/05:28
Gevaudan82haydenAU: it's the best dvd burner period and works in gnome even adds menu items...you can try gnomebaker if you want though05:28
SinnerGcompiled apache 2 + php + eaccelerator05:28
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grandyHello... I've scoured the net about this and finally I'm here on IRC:  I am trying to install the latest Ubuntu server on a dell poweredge 650 with Megaraid... Apparently according to my search the dapper install cd has a version of the kernel w/ a broken megaraid driver... any ideas on what I can do to get dapper installed in spite of that?05:28
SinnerGjust as I had before05:28
SinnerGand load is skyrocketing05:28
haydenAUGevaudan82, ok i'll install that05:28
SinnerG 07:28:55 up 1 day,  3:11,  2 users,  load average: 47.02, 35.04, 32.4505:29
jturekhelp! -r--r--r--   1 root     sys          990 Oct  2 23:16 passwd05:29
RawSewageI was gone, did someone answer my question05:29
bm0nkwickedpuppy : And I think i've nearly fixed it but...this bash script should just be a simple run procedure but NO, its laughing at me, ITS LAUGHING AT ME :(05:29
RawSewagejust kidding05:29
jturekhow can i edit that file as root if its all read only05:29
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Netslayerjtholmes, if the partition managed (manual edit mode) fails to create a partition due to rereading errors it still continues and then dies05:29
bm0nksudo gedit /file05:29
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Senesencedragonfyre13: How's it going?05:29
wickedpuppybm0nk, relax and calm down ...05:29
DeraminGevaudan82: may have misread it. can't find library tools.jar05:29
odyssevsviolot, GNUstep is the ebst you get I'm afraid.05:29
jturekbm0nk: even as root it says permission denied05:29
bm0nkwickedpuppy : lol im sorry, but you have no idea how much time i've spent on this05:29
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bm0nkjturek : Ah...well...thats the end of the line for me helping you...lol im a newbie :(05:30
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wickedpuppybm0nk, wireless isn't that polished on linux ... a few years back it was sound and video ... so on and so on ... blame the companies05:30
jtholmesNetslayer: i noticed the msg  all removed partitions will be formatted  that is bad i have to wait to get home to check that one out05:30
dragonfyre13OK, there are easier ways of doing .FON files, which is what I'm working on. BCF works, but PCF dies.05:30
dragonfyre13Senesence: OK, there are easier ways of doing .FON files, which is what I'm working on. BCF works, but PCF dies.05:30
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bm0nkwickedpuppy :  Well right now wireless isnt the problem, its bash.....05:31
jtholmesNetslayer: i dont dare check it out while on the road too dangerous if i wipe my prime linux mahcine05:31
Senesencedragonfyre13: So I should forget about PCF?05:31
dragonfyre13yep05:31
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grandyHello... I've scoured the net about this and finally I'm here on IRC:  I am trying to install the latest Ubuntu server on a dell poweredge 650 with Megaraid... Apparently according to my search the dapper install cd has a version of the kernel w/ a broken megaraid driver... any ideas on what I can do to get dapper installed in spite of that?05:31
dragonfyre13FON is the way to go. It's windows standard.05:31
dragonfyre13Senesence: FON is the way to go. It's windows standard.05:31
bm0nkwickedpuppy : I've done the hard part....installing ndsiwrapper/card driver, getting it to see it...getting it connected...now just trying to run this F-ing script to get it working...and it doesnt even give me an error i can go google and research05:31
Codemaster_hey guys, I've looked around on the forums and online for this problem and I still am unable to fix it: gpg: symbol lookup error: /usr/local/lib/libreadline.so.5: undefined symbol: BC05:31
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bm0nkwickedpuppy : doing my freaking head in05:31
dragonfyre13Senesence: The thing is, PCF 5 years ago was great. It's just gone out by now.05:32
Senesencedragonfyre13: Someone should change the docs.05:32
Senesence!fonts05:32
ubotuFont installation basics here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FontInstallHowto05:32
ubotuNo fonts in flash? Install msttcorefonts, gsfonts, and gsfonts-x11 , No fonts in mplayer? see !mplayer05:32
Codemaster_so if anyone can help, that'd be awesome :D05:32
dragonfyre13Senesence: lemme look.05:32
WhiteNoiseIF i have installed nvidia-glx and nvidia-kernel-common, and then later want to install an nvidia 3rd party module, how do I work this out?  uninstall both ubuntu packages and run nvidia's installer?  just use nvidia's installers and ignore installed pckgs?05:33
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NormalI'm having alot of trouble installing Ubuntu and would appreciate any help. It's a little long to put here so: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/showthread.php?p=2447076#post244707605:33
Cheep-cheepGuys I have to say I like KDE.05:34
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Cheep-cheepProbably because it reminds me of uh....05:34
clearzenHow can I tell apt to directly connect to the internet instead of using a proxy?05:34
Codemaster_here's a link to the problem I've been having: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=26902205:34
roughtraderdoes anyone here use lyx?05:34
tritiumWhiteNoise: use ubuntu packages, not nvidia installers05:34
ApolloOK so guys05:34
ApolloI need quite a large amount of help05:34
EnsignRedshirtCheep-cheep: ...cartoons?05:34
ithielhow does one switch desktops (gnome to KDE) using Apt?05:34
Codemaster_apt-get the kubuntu-desktop05:35
ithielI'm getting old and I've forgotten, forgive me05:35
ApolloUbuntu stopped booting today..it keeps hanging on the part where it loads the manual drivers.05:35
bm0nkWell i guess no one can help me, im thoroughly pissed off with this bash:/05:35
WhiteNoisetritium, so far I have, but the latest ubuntu have problems with getty (f1 - f6) *AND* wine (wine won't show any fonts) -- big problems for me05:35
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ApolloFor some reason, my wireless light on my laptop keeps blinkingwhen it freezes05:35
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odyssevsCodemaster_, libncurses-dev is installed?05:35
ithielyay. no more stupefying desktop.05:35
Codemaster_should be, let me double check here05:36
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ApolloThings I've tried: disabling wireless in the bios, and booting in recovery mode.05:36
odyssevshas some whistles and bells with it.. apt-get with -s to check.05:36
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Codemaster_odyssevs: yes, libncurses5-dev is installed05:36
Cheep-cheepEnsignRedshirt: Cartoons?05:36
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EnsignRedshirtCheep-cheep: Just finishing your previous comment.  KDE always looked cartoonish to me.05:37
Cheep-cheepOh.05:37
Cheep-cheepWell, maybe that's why I like it?05:37
EnsignRedshirt:)05:37
alex_ubuntuWho can help with a CUPS install05:37
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odyssevsCodemaster_, http://tolstoy.newcastle.edu.au/R/devel/06/01/3799.html05:38
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Codemaster_i'll take a look at that; thank you for your help so far.05:38
morphiranyone run engage the osx-like docker??05:38
ellioT`hows it goin everyone05:38
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ellioT`code, i couldn't get it to install05:38
lostboyzi was wondering i have a problem when i try to logout after i changed the xorg serever to accomodate my ati graphics card now i just get a black screen05:38
ellioT`i got that kxdocker or whatever05:38
ellioT`but it was too annoying05:39
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Gevaudan82lostboyz: see if you have an /etc/X11/xorg.backup05:39
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Dr_willisellioT`,  i agree there.05:39
morphirellioT`: kxdocker sucks man05:39
ANTDx1Anyone know what is causing my laptop to hang during boot?05:39
Codemaster_odyssevs: what's this 'R'? Do i have to recompile it and if so, where do i obtain the sources05:39
ellioT`i know, lol05:39
Gevaudan82ANTDx1: did  you  check /var/log/messages?05:39
ellioT`how do you get transparent windows, or borders05:39
lostboyzyes i have one but i want to know exactly why it is not able to work05:39
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ANTDx1Gevaudan82, I can't because it won't boot.05:39
ellioT`kinda like vista, i have seen it in screenshots05:39
Gevaudan82ANTDx1: enter grub, enter e to edit the default entry and then type single after it...alternativly, check enter the fail safe mode, they do the same thing05:40
ellioT`can't get the forum's search to work right now, so i figured i would check out the chat05:40
AngryParsleyellioT`: it annoys me how many quirks it inherits from XP05:40
AngryParsleylike bluetooth05:40
ellioT`heheh05:40
EnsignRedshirtCrud... I got the update to Firerfox 1.5.0.7 in breezy, and now video, java and flash don't work.05:40
ellioT`i just switched to ubuntu05:40
odyssevsCodemaster_, no idea. Another site (in German) mentions it too.05:40
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ANTDx1Gevaudan82: what will that do?  I have a dual-boot on my computer.  The boot for Ubuntu starts, but then stops at a certain point in the mounting of hardware and loading of drivers05:40
AngryParsleythe hardware accelerated UI is nice, but apple has had it for years05:41
Codemaster_yeah, i've found most of this via google05:41
ellioT`like a week ago, haven't been in linux for years05:41
Dr_willisellioT`,  forums search has been having some up and down issues :(05:41
AngryParsleyI'm setting up an ubuntu lamp server right now05:41
AngryParsleyand so far it's going swimmingly05:41
Codemaster_it's very odd, apt-get fails because gpg fails because of this05:41
odyssevsCodemaster_, some French site was suggesting perhaps libncurses-dev wasn't as up-to-date as necessary. Nothing which gives you a solution of course.05:41
ellioT`dr_willi, its saying db down right now, you know what gives you transparent windows?05:41
Codemaster_hm, ok05:41
ellioT`or just the borders05:41
Codemaster_i'll try reinstalling libncurses05:41
Gevaudan82ANTDx1: it'll allow you to enter the command line...then type tail /var/log/messages to see where your boot is choking at...whatever line you get search it in google and changes are someone else has had the same problem05:41
odyssevsCodemaster_, I wouldn't break your neck over it.05:42
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Gevaudan82ANTDx1: if it's related to your ati driver...see if you have a backup of your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file...if so replace xorg.conf with your backup05:42
Codemaster_i can't install half the updates the05:42
Cheep-cheepOk, nobody can say yucky to KDE.05:42
Codemaster_because it fails gpg'ing them05:42
ellioT`what you guys use for irc, xchat?05:42
Senesencedragonfyre13: I have to go. Thank you for trying to help me. If you find any answers to this issue please be so kind as to post the answer here: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=269528. Thanks again for all you did.05:42
Dr_willisellioT`,  using xchat 2.4 here. :)05:43
dragonfyre13Senesence: sure.05:43
dragonfyre13Senesence: I'll post if I find it.05:43
ANTDx1ok i'll try that and be back if it doesn't work05:43
Senesencedragonfyre13: Thanks05:43
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ellioT`hrmm, i want those transparent window borders like vista05:43
Codemaster_my friend has them with the newet ubuntu in gnome05:43
Codemaster_not sure how or what theme he is using05:43
Dr_willisellioT`,  useless eye candy.05:44
ellioT`he has the transparency? so jealous05:44
ellioT`i know, but sometimes i like the useless05:44
DarkMageZellioT`, i think you're refering to compiz/beryl... it's alpha software... but if you REALLY wanna hurt your system then visit #ubuntu-xgl05:44
ellioT`lol, i don't want to hurt it05:44
AngryParsleyellioT`: the eye candy is pretty useless05:44
AngryParsleyit's not worth the instability right now05:44
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ellioT`oh ok, thanx05:45
AngryParsleyand the frustration of setting up xgl05:45
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Codemaster_ellioT`: he said he using beryl to achieve the transparency effects.05:45
Dr_williseven if it was stable..i dont see how it makes you any more productive..05:45
ellioT`i can't beleive how great this works right after the install05:45
DarkMageZDr_willis, you should try it for a month. it does help when it works05:45
ellioT`wireless works perfect, everything05:45
Dr_willisi guess i am the only peson that likes clean, clear, easy to read/use themes.05:45
AngryParsleyDr_willis: in OSX at least they made up things like dashboard and expose to make things easier05:45
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AngryParsleybut besides that there's only the performance enhancement05:45
Dr_willisDarkMageZ,  i dont see how. I tend to set up desktops for my different tasks and just swithc tween them.05:45
odyssevsDr_willis, far from it.05:45
ellioT`now i dual boot my other comp, ubuntu's drivers worked better than xp or vista ever did05:45
SkramXapi.c:30:22: ft2build.h: No such file or directory05:46
SkramXany idea?05:46
SkramXdo i need to apt-get something to get that?05:46
Dr_willisThen again.. ive been using the "Matchbox" window manager lately. :P thats.. different.05:46
alex_ubuntuany one ever use the  http://localhost:631/admin CUPS to install a printer05:46
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Codemaster_odyssevs: I reinstalled all of the ncurses libraries via synaptic and ran sudo ldconfig, but I still have the libreadline.so.5 undefined symbol: BC error.05:46
odyssevsalex_ubuntu, yes, nearly put me off linux for life.05:46
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alex_ubuntuno luck...05:46
DarkMageZSkramX, what on earth are you trying to build?05:46
SkramXimlib2 for enlightenment 1705:46
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bimberiubotu tell alex_ubuntu about cupsweb05:47
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odyssevsSkramX, http://lists.trolltech.com/qt-interest/2004-03/thread00287-0.html05:47
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SkramXok..05:47
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cafuegolibimlib2 1.2.1-2  not good enough?05:48
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flowbotanybody using telepathy in edgy? i can't figure how to connect to irc channel with the idle extension ...05:49
Dr_willisalex_ubuntu,  thats disabled by default in ubuntu - it LOOKS like it works. but it dosent05:50
Dr_willisalex_ubuntu,  its a bit of a sore spot with the cups devs. :P the ubuntu forums/wikis discuss how to reenable the web interface05:50
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delaneydoes anyone here use mpd and gmpc ??05:51
delaneyim COMPLETELY confused05:51
odyssevsCodemaster_, may I see your /etc/apt/sources.list please?05:51
Codemaster_sure,05:51
Codemaster_want me to PM you it?05:51
odyssevs!pastebin05:51
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odyssevs!paste05:51
Codemaster_!paste05:51
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Codemaster_!pastebin05:51
odyssevshttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org] 05:51
Codemaster_that works05:51
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Codemaster_odyssevs: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/25545/05:52
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Codemaster_it errors on us.archive, beerorkid, blutkind, compiz-mirror, compiz.net and security.ubuntu.com05:52
cute_bettong!ati05:53
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cute_bettong! ati05:53
Cheep-cheepKDE = win.05:53
Cheep-cheepSorry guys.05:53
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto05:54
cute_bettong!ati05:54
Dr_willissorry Cheep-cheep  kde = kde. win=win05:54
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto05:54
grandyhello.... does anyone know what the noprobe options is on installation?  is it just install noprobe?05:55
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Cheep-cheepHahaha does not compute.05:55
Cheep-cheepdoes not compute.05:55
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Dr_willis'exterminate!'05:55
Dr_willis'danger danger danger!'05:55
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NormalSporeI got disconnected and don't know if my last msge went through....Did it?05:56
Cheep-cheepI guess I'm just weird.05:56
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ravenwritingdeskGuys I'm on an amd64 laptop that I can't get ALSA to work on.05:56
ravenwritingdeskeverything else works great.05:56
Cheep-cheepALSA05:56
Dr_willisNormalSpore,  not that ive seen05:56
ravenwritingdesk!alsa05:56
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/DebuggingSoundProblems05:56
Cheep-cheepAlsa really sucks ravenwritingdesk05:56
AntiochDoes anyone know any good programs to code java using - preferably ones that have debuggers. xemacs has a debugger and syntax hilighting, but I don't think the debugger will work with java...05:56
ravenwritingdeskcheep-cheep: not much option anymore no?05:57
desyhi..............05:57
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Cheep-cheepYah, but there's nothing you can really do about it.05:57
Cheep-cheepUnless you set up hardware to use esd AND alsa like I did. Haha.05:57
NormalSporeOkay. I've reposted my problem on ubuntu's forums(from linuxquestions) so maybe someone will be more inclined to help: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=1574298#post157429805:57
Cheep-cheepNo need for applause! Really!05:58
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michaelWooh... the nv drivers for my Nvidia card do NOT work, only thing working so far is VESA :\05:58
tyler_dany way I can specify which driver is loaded for a wifi connection? still can't get it working?05:58
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Cheep-cheepGuys. Off topic, I need a high five.05:59
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Cheep-cheepYES05:59
odyssevscode, try http://pastebin.ca/18951206:00
grandyhello.... does anyone know what the noprobe options is on installation?  is it just install noprobe?06:00
ANTDx1Back on topic, I could not figure out how to edit grub, so I still cannot access my Ubuntu partition06:00
Codemaster_alright06:00
Codemaster_is this your sources?06:00
odyssevsNope.06:01
alex_ubuntuCan I use CUPS to configure a printer on a router with a print server06:02
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alex_ubuntuAnd if so... how..06:02
ANTDx1Can anyone help me fix this problem I'm having?06:02
TsukinoOkay, I think I'm in trouble. =(06:02
ithielwhat's a good channel to go to for help with assembly?06:03
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ANTDx1what's a good channel to go to for people who actually respond?06:03
ithielthis used to be a fairly responsive channel06:03
TsukinoIs there a way to try to kickstart a battery to work again? Mine suddenly shows no charge and will not charge06:03
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ithielI used to be a helper :)06:03
odyssevsStandard policy is to tell us the problem, ANTDx1. Saves the typing.06:03
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tonyyarussoANTDx1: I might be able to help you futz with grub; what's up?06:03
ithielhello tonyyarusso06:04
shriphaniwee i fixed the audio problem06:04
tonyyarussoHey ithiel06:04
ithiel*cracks neck* I'm getting old06:04
grandyhello.... does anyone know what the noprobe options is on installation?  is it just install noprobe?  I can't get dapper to stop probing and installing a bunch of modules!06:04
ANTDx1Well I don't really want to futz with grub directly...I've been in and out of here all day trying different fixes for the same problem: when I boot Ubuntu, it keeps stopping at the part where it is "loading manual drivers"06:04
ithielneed to learn me some assembler.06:04
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ANTDx1During that stop, the wireless light on my laptop blinks slightly06:04
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odyssevsithiel, try some of the mainstream language channels on undernet.06:05
ANTDx1I have a feeling that something has gone wrong with the wireless drivers, but I have no idea what to do about it, because I can't even boot into Ubuntu06:05
shriphaniloading manual or restricted ?06:05
Codemaster_odyssevs: still get that gpg error06:05
odyssevsTsukino, laptop battery?06:05
Tsukinoyeah, I have no idea what happened06:05
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TsukinoIt showed no loss of charge or any difference before now06:06
TsukinoNow even the button on the battery itself won't register. It's like the battery is just dead.06:06
psynautichey i tried to update to edgy, and i cant boot in using the new kernel, i managed to get in ok with the old kernel tho06:06
ANTDx1Manual drivers06:06
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odyssevsTsukino, happens. You haven't been operating it at minus 50 or anything? =)06:07
ANTDx1not restricted06:07
TsukinoNope, only thing I've done was not run it for a few weeks.06:07
tyler_dhow do I specify drivers to use with devices?06:07
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odyssevsTsukino, completely discharge it and leave her recharging for about 24 hours.06:07
TsukinoI'm sure the battery discharged in that time, as it's done it before.06:08
TsukinoUnplugging my laptop shuts it off instantly06:08
odyssevsAll rechargeable batteries should be completely discharged every once in a while (no idea whether newer technology circumvents that.)06:08
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Codemaster_so would anyone know anything about libreadline.so.5 problems :(06:09
blindMy VNC server won't work. I try to connect to it, it says unable to connect. I try to run Xvnc, it says it's running on display 0 -- so why won't it connect?06:09
TsukinoIt should have been completely discharged today. The laptop wasn't plugged in for at least 3 weeks.06:09
odyssevsTsukino, any time I've ever bought a device with a rechargeable battery the manual has made a firm point of leaving it on charge for 24 hours before running off it.06:09
odyssevsCodemaster_, scratching my head there..06:09
ANTDx1Any idea as to what I can do to fix the problem?06:09
TsukinoThe battery's about 2 years old too06:09
Codemaster_yeah, me tooo06:09
odyssevsCodemaster_, try apt-key update06:09
Codemaster_alright06:09
Codemaster_i dont have ubuntu-keyring installed06:10
Codemaster_because gpg fails06:10
Codemaster_so i can't execute an apt-key update06:10
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odyssevsCodemaster_, so install it.06:11
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odyssevshttp://rpm.rutgers.edu/repository/ubuntu/pool/main/u/ubuntu-keyring/ or whatever.06:11
Codemaster_i just attempte dto06:11
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Codemaster_it won't let me because gpg complains06:11
odyssevsHow did you try installing it?06:11
Codemaster_apt-get06:11
Codemaster_i'll try using the actual file, though06:12
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odyssevsGet the package yourself and do it manually.06:12
Codemaster_alright06:12
TsukinoI think it was around 30% when I unplugged my laptop. That's when it shut off. After that it showed 0% on that battery, and doesn't charge. The laptop firmware shows it at 0%, and the battery itself shows no charge on its button06:12
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odyssevsTsukino, stick it in the freezer for 5 or 10 minutes.06:12
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Tsukinooh?06:12
odyssevsDon't leave it in all night or you'll end up with a thermal runaway.06:13
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clustyhey06:13
clustywhat package contains gimptool?06:13
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odyssevsclusty, read http://packages.ubuntulinux.org/dapper/libdevel/libgimp2.0-dev - might assist you.06:14
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clustythanx06:15
jmoncayodoes anybody here have a linksys wrt54g???06:15
Codemaster_odyssevs: same error; it won't let me install ubuntu-keyring because it fails at gpg checking06:15
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BlingBonk] Anyone heard of Richard Stallman?06:15
Codemaster_he's the GNU guy, right?06:15
bfwho's he?06:15
snoopyeah06:15
tonyyarussojmoncayo: I will by the end of the week.06:15
chemajaaka. RMS06:15
odyssevsCodemaster_, you downloaded the package itself?06:15
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Codemaster_yes, the .deb file06:16
odyssevsand used dpkg?06:16
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Codemaster_yes, i did a sudo dpkg -i ubuntu-keyring_2005.01.12.1_all.deb06:16
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bfcan someone help me navigate launchpad to get a sense of bugs left in edgy?06:16
jmoncayotonyyarusso: do you know if you can use the ddns featire with a web page?06:16
snoopBLingBonk] : Stallman Founder of GNU Project and Free Software Foundation06:16
BlingBonk] His views are really extreme man06:17
tonyyarussojmoncayo: No idea.  (However, I do know that there's a lot of info at linksysinfo.org)06:17
jmoncayothanks06:17
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MadpilotBlingBonk] , #ubuntu-offtopic for chat, please06:18
BlingBonk] ok06:18
BlingBonk] ive been banned from there for months06:18
tyler_dhow do I remove the drivers for any piece of hardware?06:18
snoophaha06:18
snoopwhy06:18
BlingBonk] my ban does seem to be getting lifted06:18
jshamash66can someone help me out, i've been running ubuntu for an hour and i can't figure out how to share a folder with other computers on my network running XP06:18
SkramXautomake does not support beinf defined conditionally06:18
SkramXany idea to that error?06:18
ANTDx1I've been in and out of here all day trying different fixes for the same problem: when I boot Ubuntu, it keeps stopping at the part where it is "loading manual drivers"  During this time, the wireless light on my laptop blinks softly.  Does anyone have any possible solutions to this?06:18
BlingBonk] I honestly cant remember why Im banned06:18
snooppissed off the oper?06:19
BlingBonk] I guess so06:19
BlingBonk] but this isnt the room to talk about it06:19
Dr_willisits because you were ONTOPIC in the OFFtopic room!06:19
Dr_willis:)06:19
SkramX?06:19
BlingBonk] lol06:19
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BlingBonk] woo unbanned, thanks!06:20
MadpilotBlingBonk] , ban in -offtopic is lifted...06:20
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BlingBonk] cheers06:20
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BlingBonk] thanks06:20
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odyssevsCodemaster_, wtf did you do to your system? =)06:20
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omar hi guys I installed frostwire and it dowsn't open , what can I do06:20
jshamash66does anyone here no anything about sharing folders between ubuntu and XP?.....06:20
jtholmesANTDx1: are you booting single user that you see that message?06:20
snoopjshamash66>: System -> Administrator -> Share Folders ?06:20
omar hi guys I installed frostwire and it dowsn't open , what can I do06:20
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ANTDx1booting single user?  what does that mean?06:21
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jtholmesANTDx1: ok lets start from the beginning when and were do you see that message06:21
Codemaster_odyssevs: what we did was removed all the libreadline from /usr/local/lib06:21
snoopjshamash66>: System -> Administrator -> Share Folders ?06:21
Codemaster_odyssevs: and then did an ldconfig06:21
jshamash66no, i have samba and i tried sharing, but my XP computer can't find my Ubuntu one06:21
snoopin ubuntu06:21
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Codemaster_odyssevs: seemed to fix it [somehow?] 06:21
kriticalAnyone know a command to display the currnet directory?... like output /home/user or whatever the working directory is?06:22
drewIs there any way I can sort top by memory usage?06:22
ANTDx1Under the Ubuntu logo during the boot process.06:22
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shriphanikritical, pwd06:22
ANTDx1The little bar gets about 1/8 of the way through, then it just stops at this step.06:22
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jtholmesANTDx1: ok what version of ubuntu06:22
drewANTDx1, your xserver configuration may be bad.06:23
ANTDx1Ubuntu 6.0606:23
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ANTDx1Drew: how would I fix that?06:23
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jtholmesANTDx1: i dont run ubuntu but dont you have two entrys in the  grub menu one for single user?06:24
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jshamash66how can I get my winXP computer to find my Ubuntu computer's shared folder?06:24
ANTDx1umm...no i have a few entries06:24
ANTDx1one for Ubuntu normal and one for recovery mode06:24
drewANTDx1, in the grub menu choose the safe mode version of your kernel06:24
jtholmesANTDx1: does one say failsafe06:24
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drewEhh ANTDx1 did you recently install a new video driver?06:25
ANTDx1Not that I'm aware of.  There are three for ubuntu, one for teach kernel version06:25
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odyssevsCodemaster_, rm -rf ~/.gnupg06:25
odyssevsCodemaster_, sudo dpkg-reconfigure gnupg06:25
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ANTDx1and each one has its own safe mode.  I tried the top safe mode, and the process still stopped at the same place, except it was shown on just a black-and-white prompt06:26
jtholmesANTDx1: answer drews question about the video driver06:26
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ANTDx1I have not installed a new video driver recently.  I'm running whatever was automatically recognized for video.  I did install a new wireless driver recently06:26
ParisiHmm.06:26
ParisiWhats different about beep player and xmms?06:27
jtholmesANTDx1: when it stops what is the longest time you have waited before forcing a reboot?06:27
drewHmm... I was having a similar problem when my X server couldn't load my nvidia driver, it may be a driver problem.06:27
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jtholmesdrew: sound like it doesnt it06:27
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ANTDx1atleast 2 or 3 minutes.  I don't wait that long everytime...after the first two, when I looked and saw the light blinking, I just forced the reboot.06:27
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drewDoes anyone know how to detect for multiple processes under the same command? I have 2GB of ram and I'm at 90% usage, I don't want to have to reboot.06:28
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toppinghi all!  i'm about to do my first ubuntu install, but need to do it over the top of an existing set of data from a redhat install. can I do that?06:28
jmoncayotonyyarusso: do you know how to flash the linksys router06:28
jtholmesANTDx1: ok lets wait for about 5-7 to 10 minutes to see if there is a timeout problem and it hits it and when the timeout is reached it go ahead a boots06:28
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Madpilotenough spamming the channel for now :)06:29
tonyyarussojmoncayo: Not yet.  Maybe I'll learn once mine arrives.06:29
toppings/redhat/fedora06:29
ANTDx1ok I'll try that.06:29
jtholmesANTDx1: no waiting for a while has bit me a lot in the past06:29
jmoncayotonyyarusso: do you have any tuts on how to do it?06:29
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jtholmesANTDx1: no=not06:29
ANTDx1alright I'll try and see.06:29
ANTDx1thanks..I'll probably be back if it doesn't work after that06:29
tonyyarussojmoncayo: I think there are instructions at the URL I gave earlier.06:30
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jtholmesANTDx1: wait for at least 7 minutes06:30
tonyyarussoIs it safe to share a /home between Dapper and Edgy installations?06:30
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jtholmestonyyarusso: should be fine to share06:31
Dr_willistonyyarusso,  ive had issues with kde and gnome settings having issues...06:31
madewokherdnot necessarily06:31
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Dr_williswhen used with different versions of kde/gnome06:31
orospakrheh, it looks like gnome-terminal blows up on edgy when using nvidia. (BadValue X11 error)06:31
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jtholmestonyyarusso: share them from the command line06:32
madewokherdin the past sharing settings between different versions of gnome has caused problems (for the older version)06:32
tyler_domg, could anyone tell me how to remove a driver please?06:32
DrewZFtyler_d, what type of driver?06:33
tonyyarussoDr_willis: I'll keep my eye out for weirdness with those then.06:33
toppingis this a bad place to ask for installation help?06:33
jtholmestyler_d: if it is listed when you do a lsmod then  modprobe -r drivername unless it is in use which sometimes prevents removal06:33
snoopSystem -> Administrator -> Sypnatic Package Manager ?06:33
tyler_dDrewZF: wifi driver06:33
snooptyler_d06:33
Netslayernice my cable modem is operating at 40 up and 4000 down right now.. fricking dial up is faster ** curses 4th isp in two weeks06:34
DrewZFtyler_d, Go with jtholmes' advice to remove the driver from execution, go with snoops advice to remove it altogether06:34
TsukinoWell, freezer didn't make my battery respond. Going to let it sit outside my laptop for a week or so.06:34
tyler_dDrewZF: didn't see that advice from snoop?06:35
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orospakrwhen Launchpad/Malone says "$package_whatever does not use Malone as it's bug tracker", that means I'm supposed to file all bugs with upstream?06:36
jake_im a linux newbie, and need help setting up shared folders06:36
orospakrs/it's/its/06:37
jake_my winXP computers won't find my Ubuntu one06:37
alex_ubuntugnite06:37
alex_ubuntugnite all06:37
alex_ubuntus06:37
DrewZFtyler_d, Use synaptic package manager06:37
orospakroh, I get it! I have to go to distros/ubuntu in Launchpad.06:37
alex_ubuntuAnd if so... how..06:37
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TsukinoIf I recall how I did it, I made a directory and set it to the permissions I wanted, then I went and mounted that directory to a FAT32 formatted partition06:39
snooptyler_d: System -> Administrator -> Sypnatic Package Manager ?06:39
snoopyou can remove the driver there06:39
TsukinoTrying it the other way never let me keep permissions, but I finally managed to make it work.06:39
jtholmesi need the /etc/  filename for adding  mulitverse  keyword06:39
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jtholmesfor package urls06:39
madewokherdthere are mount options for permissions..06:39
snoopTsukino you used chmod?06:39
jtholmes!multiverse06:40
ubotuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and !easysource06:40
Cheep-cheepubuntu kde love.06:40
DrewZFCheep-cheep, amen.06:41
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Cheep-cheepI've said my piece.06:41
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chronic1any built in tools in ubuntu to convert ape to flac or mp3?06:41
ANTDx1Alright that worked06:41
chronic1or ogg - should say06:41
Healotlame; and a wave converter06:42
ANTDx1jtholmes:  I now have another problem: my computer is at 100% use..constantly06:42
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Healot!info flac06:42
ubotuflac: Free Lossless Audio Codec - command line tools. In component main, is optional. Version 1.1.2-3ubuntu1 (dapper), package size 122 kB, installed size 332 kB06:42
Healot!info lame06:42
ubotulame: LAME Ain't an MP3 Encoder. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 3.96.1-1 (dapper), package size 222 kB, installed size 620 kB06:42
jtholmesANTDx1: so disable the wireless since it was the last thing you did06:42
TsukinoYeah, I had used chmod, but the deal was that I was mounting a VFAT partition, which didn't support privileges.06:42
jtholmeslast thing you loaded that is06:42
snoopcheep-cheep: ubuntu gnome love06:42
TsukinoSo I had to set privileges on the directory before mounting it.06:43
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TsukinoWorks fine for me now. I just pray I don't have to remember how in a year or two06:43
toppingok so hopefully someone here knows wtf i'm talking about06:43
toppingi have eight disks that i am installing ubuntu on06:43
jtholmesANTDx1: the wifi is probably a module do you know how to unload it06:43
Cheep-cheepI don't mind gnome. It's just ugly. Haha06:43
toppingtwo sets of four, each set RAID5, then lvm'd across them06:43
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ANTDx1jtholmes: Not a clue.  I isntalled a driver that I thought would work.  It was working but now it doesn't.  IT could be because I tried installing two different drivers...the first one did't seem to work.06:44
snoopcheep-cheep: nuh uh06:44
toppingso i need to get the ubuntu installer to recognize the configuration and save the data on them06:44
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holoton1dear god06:44
holoton1all I want to do is format an external hard drive as fat3206:44
jtholmesANTDx1: hmm... interseting do you know the names of the drivers you installed06:44
Cheep-cheepHehe.06:44
holoton1and I am about to pull my hair out06:44
toppingthe partitioner seems to recognize the md, but the lvm configuration screens are pretty poor and say they want to write to my disks with a very nondescript message06:44
Cheep-cheepI'll probably use gnome most of the time, I just wanted to try kde....06:45
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toppingi'm not comfortable with what it's saying without getting confirmation from someone who knows06:45
Cheep-cheepBecause I'll forget it's there.06:45
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toppingdoes anyone know?06:45
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toppingor is this a bad place to ask?06:45
ANTDx1jtholmes:  One was bcmxxxx I believe.  That one didn't work.06:45
SlackwiseSooo, I'm installing Ubuntu, and it's sitting at 84% "Configuring apt..."06:45
ANTDx1The other, I don't know the name but I know it's for the broadcom 4318 wireless card06:45
SlackwiseIs this just a long process, or has the installer hung?06:45
snoopcheep-cheep: gnome using 800x600 :P06:45
yverielneed help, is there a Macromedia Flash for ubuntu linux?06:46
orospakrhttps://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/edgy/+package/gnome-terminal <-- why are all the options greyed out?06:46
cpk2Cheep-cheep: most window managers are the same, you need to play with them to get them to look how you like them06:46
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snoopyveriel: yes06:46
Cheep-cheepHeh06:46
snoopyveriel: download the plugins06:46
Cheep-cheepI wish I remembered my other name.06:46
jtholmesANTDx1: ok execute   lsmod | grep -i bcm  and see is one of the names is  bcmxxx  something06:46
Geoffrey2yveriel, extremely outdated, but it exists06:46
Cheep-cheepDoes anyone remember some avagant guy from earlier?06:46
madewokherdcpk2: can you name two window managers that are the same?06:46
snoop!Macromedia Flash06:46
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about Macromedia Flash - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:46
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yverielsnoop: i mean the editor06:46
AvagantI guess that was me.06:46
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cpk2madewokherd: gnome and kde both feel very similiar to me06:47
shriphanii feel flubox is ok06:47
madewokherdgnome and kde aren't window managers06:47
yverielor something that could create swf files06:47
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shriphanioh window managers06:47
shriphanithunar and nautilus06:48
ANTDx1jtholmes: , no response from the terminal..it just moved to the next line06:48
cpk2err desktop enviroment06:48
Geoffrey2anyone here use Evolution?06:48
shriphanialthough one doesnt give you a trash can the other does06:48
cpk2common typo =P06:48
Avagantright on the first try ftw!06:48
madewokherdthunar and nautilus are file managers :|06:48
jtholmesANTDx1: ok so that driver is not loaded (it appears)  what was the other driver name06:48
Avagant!thunar06:48
ubotuthunar: File Manager for Xfce. In component main, is optional. Version 0.3.0+r21789-0ubuntu2 (dapper), package size 368 kB, installed size 2632 kB06:48
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ubuntusomeone help me06:49
ubuntuplease06:49
shriphanicpk2, i feel kde and windows06:49
ANTDx1bcm4318x6406:49
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mr-russubuntu: you need a problem first06:49
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jtholmesANTDx1: if you dont remember then execute   lsmod  |  less and scroll thru the list and see if anything comes to mind06:49
ubuntui have installed windows after linux and i cant install grub06:49
toppingif I pour fresh chicken blood over the keyboard of my annointed ubuntu machine, will i be more successful than i currently am?06:49
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jtholmesANTDx1: that is   lsmod | less    less is a pager in case you are use to more06:50
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mr-russubuntu: boot from install cd and load recovery06:50
Avaganttopping: HAHAH06:50
Geoffrey2is it possible to set up more than one email account for a single user in Evolution?06:50
ANTDx1well ndiswrapper was used somewhere in the process06:50
ubuntumr-russ: im in live cd06:50
orospakrGeoffrey2, yes.06:50
AvagantProbably not, unless you praise the god of Ubuntu06:50
toppingAvagant: excellent, i am not just talking to myself06:50
toppingAvagant: thank you06:50
mr-russubuntu: mount the hdd, open a shell, chroot and install grub again06:50
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Avaganttopping: don't worry i'm having just as many problems06:50
Avaganttopping: everyone keeps telling me how easy things are, and pretty much they speak lies.06:51
casfindadI recommend sudo /etc/init.d/chicken restart06:51
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ANTDx1other than ndiswrapper, I see no loaded modules that correspond to the ones I installed06:51
toppingAvagant: this thing has a really nasty installer06:51
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Avaganttopping: it's very touch too.06:51
yverielneed a Fla/Swf creator (just like FLASH) is there a software for ubuntu linux?06:51
Avaganttopping: word of advice, don't ever decide you need to -R anything06:51
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ubuntumr-russ: mount /dev/hda?06:52
Avaganttopping: especially anything in the /usr/bin vicinity06:52
toppingAvagant: -r ?06:52
ubuntumr-russ: mount: can't find /dev/hda in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab06:52
Geoffrey2orospakr, ok, under what menu would I find where I set up additional accounts?06:52
taylor_kick LookTJ06:52
AvagantIt's a command to change the owner of the files or some crap like that.06:52
taylor_someone please06:52
Avaganttopping: so pretty much if you do it for your name, you lose sudo.06:52
madewokherdyveriel: I doubt it, most flash stuff that's not official seems pretty limited06:52
Madpilottaylor_, um, why?06:52
Avaganttopping: of course i didn't know that, so i couldn't do jack crap.06:52
taylor_it's me06:53
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taylor_i restart gdm06:53
orospakrGeoffrey2, Edit->Preferences06:53
ANTDx1jtjt: only ndiswrapper is recognizable...I still have some of the files that I tried in my home directory, but other than that, nothing06:53
taylor_restarted*06:53
jtjtANTDx1: i changed names  how are you doing06:53
ubuntumr-russ: i cant mount06:53
toppingAvagant: I guess I am going to go back to fedora06:53
Madpilottaylor_, if the nick is registered to you, you can just ghost it06:53
Avaganttopping: I'd like to go back to Windows honestly.06:53
taylor_how06:53
cute_bettongi have an ati radeon 9700 and it has a dvi out only i was wondering if anyone could tell me why i cannot get it to work like i did the last time06:53
Madpilottaylor_, /msg nickserv help06:53
Avaganttopping: It's about 300 times easier to do ANYTHING06:53
madewokherdAvagant: then why don't you?06:53
cute_bettongi need video acceleration06:53
toppingAvagant: fedora is much easier to work with06:53
jtjtANTDx1: not familiar with ndiswrapper you will have to ask someone else06:53
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Avagantmadewokherd: Because I don't have a disc?06:54
ANTDx1Hmm06:54
jtjtANTDx1: however  cd to /etc/init.d06:54
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jtjtANTDx1: and lets check something06:54
Geoffrey2orospakr, ah, there it is...thanks....I've been using Thunderbird, but I had to wipe everything and start over a few days ago, and since Evolution comes pre-installed, I thought I'd try that for a while06:54
Avaganttopping: Well, one of the only reasons I got Ubuntu to begin with is because my Winodws disc died on me.06:54
LookTJthanks guys06:54
LookTJ:D06:54
toppingAvagant: you can't download?06:54
madewokherdthat would be illegal06:54
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Avaganttopping: I probably could.06:54
cute_bettongcan anyone help me with my ati card06:54
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ANTDx1jtjt: I'm there.06:55
toppingdownload fedora fc506:55
srigreetings, I'm using edgy right now and I"m trying to install gaim-librvp but it fails06:55
jtjtANTDx1: when you are in  /etc/init.d  execute   ls -ltra  and see if any of the last few files listed were changed about the time you loaded any of the wifi drivers06:55
Madpilotcute_bettong, have you looked at the ATI stuff on the Ubuntu wiki?06:55
Avaganttopping: I'm giving this a try, one of the main problems going back though is my soundcard wasn't properly configured and I'm not sure it will be.06:55
tonyyarussosri: /join #ubuntu+106:55
Avaganttopping: So pretty much I didn't have any sound at all and it sucked.06:55
cute_bettongyes06:55
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sriokay06:55
cute_bettongi followed the howto06:55
Avaganttopping: But sound worked right out of the box on Ubuntu.06:55
madewokherdhmm, actually my soundcard doesn't work on the latest dapper kernel either06:55
cute_bettongand it diden't work06:55
LookTJI still under syn flood attack06:55
Madpilotcute_bettong, you said 9700, right? That should work, my 9600XT works fine in Ubuntu06:55
LookTJ-_-06:55
cute_bettongbut did before my hard drive crashed and died06:55
toppingAvagant: #fedora is pretty helpful06:56
LookTJhow do i get the ip06:56
madewokherdoh wait it is working?06:56
cute_bettongyea it does work but i cannot get it to use flgrx06:56
AvagantMy soundcard works great here!06:56
AvagantYes but is fedora all like "you have to make your own EVERYTHING?"06:56
ANTDx1jtjt: Nope..one shows up from a few weeks ago, the other shows up from tonight06:56
cute_bettongand i followed the how to to the letter06:56
madewokherdI'm confused where it doesn't work, not that there's any reason for me to know06:56
Madpilotcute_bettong, go thru the howto again - fglrx should work for your card06:56
cute_bettongiti says missing screen when the xorg log06:56
AvagantAnd now that I actually know what my soundcard is, I can get the right drivers if I go back to Windows.06:56
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cute_bettongit has a dvi to vga converter06:56
madewokherdAvagant: I think that's just gentoo06:57
cute_bettongas there is only one dvi port06:57
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jtjtANTDx1: what is the name of the one who's access time is tonight06:57
Avagantmadewokherd: I don't know anything about building, or compiling or any of that junk, so it's like if I get something that I need to do all the work for..06:57
ANTDx1it says ..06:57
cute_bettongand i have been through the howto 3 times06:57
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cute_bettongmaybe someone can help?06:57
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pppoe_dudehi06:57
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Avagantmadewokherd: Don't get me wrong, I like Ubuntu (especially because my sound works) but I don't know..06:58
Avagantmadewokherd: There's something about it, that irks me the wrong way.06:58
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pppoe_dudeanyone here using intel i855gme graphics? have you installed any special drivers and did you find that it helped?06:58
ANTDx1jtjt:  the exact line is drwxr-xr-x 120 root root 4096 2006-10-03 00:36 ..06:58
madewokherdit's not hard..but..yeah, you shouldn't have to compile lots of stuff06:58
toppingAvagant: fedora comes with way too much, actually06:58
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[1] AdamHow do I fix my Ubuntu clock and my WinXP clock, everytime I logon to Ubunto, the clock is 1hour off, and when I log back on to WinXP its clock is wrong too :(06:58
jtjtANTDx1: what is the file name at the right side of the line06:58
Avaganttopping: Is Fedora no $$?06:58
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ANTDx1the place where the file name should be says ".."06:59
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FaeLLe[gentoo] how can i make the vncserver point to the current X desktop?06:59
jtjtANTDx1: after the  00:3606:59
pppoe_dudeFaeLLe[gentoo] , try vino-server06:59
toppingAvagant: yes it's free06:59
ANTDx1jtjt:  it just says ".."06:59
AvagantMy main problem is in order to play the ONE and only game I want to play and I can't play it.06:59
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achandra[1] Adam: might even want to start out by making sure the bios clock is correct first ( ie enter into bios upon boot) then set the clock..06:59
AvagantAnyways in order to play that game, I need Wine.06:59
madewokherdwhat game?06:59
orospakrFaeLLe[gentoo] , System->Preferences->Remote Desktop06:59
AvagantI don't want to use Wine because it's real glitch for me.06:59
AvagantRO06:59
AvagantI'm lame I know.06:59
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[1] Adamachandra: would it be simple to find, like in the options - or would I need to type in a special command07:00
madewokherdI wasn't going to say anything07:00
FaeLLe[gentoo] orospakr, tell me how from the terminal please07:00
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jtjtANTDx1: ok I have my head in the clouds that is the parent directory  is there a line above that one that has yesterdays date on it07:00
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Rastasomeone has tried photoshop under vmware or another virtual machine? i have it installed with wine but it has some problems it isnt useful for serious work07:00
achandra[1] Adam: most modern bioses make it pretty easy..07:00
pppoe_dudeFaeLLe[gentoo] , vino-preferences07:00
drewzfIs there a simple way to detect & mount windows-based hdd's?07:00
AvagantI used Wine for about a day.07:00
orospakrFaeLLe[gentoo] , read the manpages. ;)07:00
ANTDx1No.  Only today's date on that line.07:00
AvagantAnd it kinda got old.07:00
ANTDx1The line above it has a date from about two weeks ago.07:00
tfwhi folks. Just a *hopefully* simple one....07:00
pppoe_dudeFaeLLe[gentoo] , but its still gui. i am unsure if theres an alternative07:00
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jtjtANTDx1: are there any files near the bottom of the list with yesterdays date07:01
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Avagantmr-russ: Yah seriously.07:01
ANTDx1jtjt: nope...the one above that last one has a date from two weeks ago, and it says "."07:01
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AvagantI haven't had too many problems myself, besides not knowing what I'm doing concerning root.07:02
cute_bettongMadpilot, can you help me with my ati problem?07:02
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Avagantdon't EVER change the permissions for /usr/bin EVER07:02
jtjtANTDx1: ok  cd to  /lib/modules07:02
tfwI've managed to get an alias 'tv' to run my totem on fullscreen for tv-out...using a DISPLAY command.  So: tv myfile.avi works fine from terminal. What I want to do is to associate that with video files in gnome for simple double-click. Any thoughts?07:02
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Madpilotcute_bettong, I'm not sure what to suggest - the basic wiki ATI stuff has always worked for me... sorry07:02
FaeLLe[gentoo] pppoe_dude, that helped thanks07:02
AngryParsleywe don't need to give binaries in /usr/bin execute permission :rolleyes:07:02
FaeLLe[gentoo] pppoe_dude, im using gentoo *hides*07:02
jtjtANTDx1: when you get to /lib/modules  execute  ls and tell me what directorys you have there07:03
AvagantAngryParsley: Hey this is my first week with Ubuntu give me a break.07:03
madewokherdtfw: I think there's an "open with" tab in properties if you right-click a file07:03
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madewokherdyeah07:03
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AvagantAngryParsley: Someone told me how to do that, and I just went crazy.07:03
madewokherdyou should be able to add your command there and make it the default07:03
ANTDx1I have 3 directories...07:03
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tfwmadewok - thanks, but when I try that, and use 'Custom Command', it says "tv not found" - think it's looking for executables.07:04
jtjtANTDx1: names please07:04
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AvagantLow and behold, I couldn't get into sudo07:04
madewokherdit's probably not in your path07:04
Avaganttopping: They don't last very long.07:04
achandraSomeone on here had some pretty good resources to python...does anyone know what/where they were??07:04
achandra!python07:04
ANTDx1jtjt: 2.6.15-23-amd64-generic  2.6.15-26-amd64-generic  2.6.15-27-amd64-generic07:04
ubotupython: An interactive high-level object-oriented language (default version). In component main, is important. Version 2.4.2-0ubuntu3 (dapper), package size 125 kB, installed size 532 kB07:04
Avaganttopping: I've had to reinstall 3 times, and each time it's been slower and slower.07:04
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tfwMy only thought was to perhaps do a shell script - so I can run "tv.sh thing.avi" - but heh, can't write shell scripts.07:04
NormalI can't get X to initialize and think it might be my Nvidia driver. How do I update it from the command line?07:04
tfwmadewok - alias isn't relevant to path, no? it's in my bash.rc07:04
madewokherduh07:04