crimsuntpc247: documented in the ipx package.12:00
prestoany ideas how to get xvid to play with mplayer12:00
jribubotu: tell andreasdk about w32codecs12:01
prestoisnt it supposed to?12:01
nothlitnalioth, oh >< is that what it needs? wouldn't it have to say gtk+-2.0-dev ?12:01
Kingsqueakshwag: chown is the one that 'ch'anges 'own'ership12:01
Jimboi just changed the filesystem to fat, the drive only has one partition hdb112:01
shwagKingsqueak: duh. but for every new created file automatically.12:01
Kingsqueakyou can't12:01
Kingsqueakwtf would you ever want to do that for anyway?12:01
andreasdkThere is no package called mplayer-plugin and i have all repos enabled12:01
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nothlitjrib,  mplayer plays windows files by itself i think12:01
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tpc247crimsun: if I understand you correctly, I typed 'man ipx' but got the following: 'No manual entry for ipx'12:01
jribandreasdk: mozilla-mplayer in multiverse12:02
bjorn_anybody know what I should do when sound recorder tells me my Audio capture settings are invalid. I'm told to correct them in the multimedia settings, but I don't know where that is12:02
jribnothlit: maybe, I know the latest version does.  But I am not sure if the one in the repos does12:02
shwaghow do I make /etc/login.defs  take effect. do I have to restart init ?12:02
crimsuntpc247: apropos ipx12:02
nothlitandreasdk, mozilla-mplayer12:02
crimsunbjorn_: ``gstreamer-properties''12:02
doctormohelp! gnome won't start, it's having problems using dbus, standard install of Dapper, all we did was remove wallpaper-tray and restart computer.12:02
Jimbonothlit: i just changed the filesystem to fat, the drive only has one partition hdb112:02
jribandreasdk: you may want to try without w32codecs first because of what nothlit said12:02
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Jimboif i re install the os again is could it see the hard drive easier?12:03
tpc247crimsun: yeah I tried that, and got 'ipx: nothing appropriate.'  :-(12:03
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shwagKingsqueak: umask does the trick, but the change didnt take effect.12:04
bjorn_crimsun: I see you got a lot to do, so please say if I'm bothering you :) I get this message when I try to test the input device: ALSA - Advanced Linux Sound Architecture: Could not open resource for writing.12:04
Jimbowhat if i delete the partition then format it again could that help?12:04
nothlitJimbo, sudo mkdir /media/hdb1                                 echo /dev/hdb1    /media/hdb1 vfat  iocharset=utf8,umask=000  0    0 | sudo tee -a /etc/fstab12:04
crimsunbjorn_: what source is it set to ?12:04
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nothlitJimbo, there are two commands in there12:05
crimsuntpc247: look at dpkg -L ipx, then12:05
nothlitJimbo, after that sudo mount -a12:05
andreasdkJust tried with and without w32codecs and mozilla-player but the darn thing still wont work. Can someone please help me through a remote desktop?12:05
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bjorn_Input: ALSA - Advanced Linux Sound Architecture.12:05
Jimboits hard to keep up with the room movin so fast12:05
nothlitandreasdk, did you shut down firefox in between?12:05
deponhey everyone... can anybody help with the installation of a sagem fast 800 on edgy/dapper? tried some guides, none seem to work :(12:05
philcwhy isn't mod_deflate enabled by default on all apache installations? Does it have any caveats?12:05
andreasdkNope - 2 secs12:05
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nothlitandreasdk, you could just install the mediaplayerconnectivity extension if you're having trouble, if not theres still a vlc plugin and a gstreamer plugin12:06
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tpc247crimsun: wow, thanks.  I never knew about dpkg -L, but you have opened my eyes.  Danke.12:06
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xd45hey folks, I upgraded to edgy and now firefox 2.0 crashes everytime I open it, anyone have any ideas?12:06
odisseiasomeone in portugal?12:06
naliothnothlit: yes, gtk*-dev will do it12:07
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bjorn_crimsun: Input:  Advanced Linux Sound Architecture12:07
prestohmmmm vlc would play the xvid but not mplayer or totem wonder why12:07
honkanyone know how to configure gnome launch box?12:07
andreasdknothlit> It still doesn`t work. Could i please get you to help through remote desktop? Kinda hard typing with a baby in one arm.....12:07
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shwagWhat calls /etc/login.defs ?12:07
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deponhas anybody got a sagem fast 800 to work on edgy or dapper?12:08
nothlitnalioth, which do i install gdk-imlib-dev   or  gdk-imlib11-dev12:08
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xd45nobody has had any issues with firefox xrashing?12:08
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Kingsqueakshwag: if you told me why you want every file created by a user to be executable, I might have another suggestion to fix that for you12:08
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xd45crashing rather12:08
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xd45oh, mozilla crashes too12:08
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shwagKingsqueak: you are a nosey one aren't you. ever heard of Ruby on Rails? Well it needs files writable by the group.12:09
nothlitandreasdk, I suppose, but you know that vnc if it isnt done through ssh is not encrypted?12:09
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xd45moved my .mozilla dir and it is still crashing so thats not it12:09
infidelneed help installing fglrx 8.30.3 on a amd64 machine running 32 bit ubuntu12:09
Kingsqueakwriteable is not executable12:09
nothlitandreasdk, have you tried installing the mediaplayerconnectivity extension in firefox?12:09
Kingsqueakthat's why I asked12:09
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nothlitandreasdk, it should work quite well12:09
Kingsqueakumask 002 would fix group write12:10
shwaghow can I tell what package owns a particular file ?12:10
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Kingsqueakchmod 775 on the dir parents would too12:10
Kingsqueakand asking, particularly with a web application is being helpful12:10
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Kingsqueaknot understanding permissions with a web accessible app is just begging to be rooted12:10
jribshwag: dpkg -S /path/to/file12:10
nothlitshwag, right click properties or go to that directory and  ls -l12:10
MenZaLapCan anyone tell me how (if) I can enable the user sidebar to the right in xchat gnome?12:11
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nothlitshwag, oh oops package not user sorry12:11
bjorn_Crimsun: Could you look at another pastebin for me? http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/30904/12:11
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Jimbonothlit...i got a directory in filesystem/media named hdb1 but cant make a folder there12:11
KeyseirHow should I go about mounting an external HD in edgy?12:11
jbroomeget it drunk first12:11
andreasdknothlit: It still doesn`t work. I`ll take my chances.12:11
bakertKeyseir, what happens when you plug it in?12:11
naliothnothlit: the one that most corresponds to your project will do12:12
nothlitJimbo, oh then youve already got a folder there12:12
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KeyseirNothing noticeable.12:12
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Jimbono it just appeared after i ran the commands you said12:12
KeyseirIt's on and fine according to the status lights, I had it connected when I was on breezy12:12
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Jimboi dont know if i ran them correctly tho12:12
KeyseirBut on breezy I mounted it through the "Disk" UI under the "System" menu12:12
K1765Yo. Got a stupid question.12:12
nothlitnalioth, how can i tell? it just says gdk-2.0 doesnt say if its imlib or imlib1 or imlib1112:12
K1765How do I turn my pc volume up?12:12
KeyseirI can't find a similar "Disk" menu on edgy12:12
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Jimbolemee check size of folder12:12
jribandreasdk: when you play a video does it actually say "mplayer plugin" before the video shows up?12:13
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salim@Jimbo: hi, where is hdb1 mounted?12:13
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nothlitJimbo, then do echo /dev/hdb1    /media/hdb1 vfat  iocharset=utf8,umask=000  0    0 | sudo tee -a /etc/fstab12:13
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nothlitJimbo, thats one command12:13
naliothnothlit: well, try one, if it doesnt work, install the other. apt-get won't let you get into a bind with conflicting stuff12:13
crimsunbjorn_: does it work if you set audiosource to oss ?12:13
Jimbok one sec...or two :)12:13
K1765How do I turn my pc volume up?12:13
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tpc247xd45: yes firefox and swiftfox crash on me, but only when I try to view certain kinds of video through mplayer-plugin12:14
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andreasdkjrib: It asks whether i want to use the standard movie player and when i select yes it says that it needs some more modules to play -wmv12:14
xd45 tpc247 it crashes for me on just about any page12:14
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jribandreasdk: what file is this?12:14
nothlitandreasdk, then you can set that up and make sure theres a clear path to port 5900 and gimme your ip,12:14
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tnnci am using 6.06 and i need to upgrade kernell so it will run smp what do i need to install12:14
tsolerguys: how can i see which version of ubuntu im runing?12:15
tpc247xd45: oh that's not good.  I'm a new Ubuntu user so I couldn't guess why12:15
tang^I just did an upgrade to edgy and some fonts don't display: urxvt using xrdb font doesn't, but using that same font descriptor with urxvt -fn does.12:15
xd45I am about to just remove the ubuntu packages and install from tar12:15
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andreasdknothlit: Can`t i send you an invite through email?12:15
nothlitandreasdk, you could also uninstall the mozilla mplayer plugin and then install mozilla-plugin-vlc , you have to remember to restart firefox every time you do one action though12:15
jsmith88tnnc: you need to install the smp kernel12:15
KeyseirNobody can tell me how to mount a drive on edgy? =(12:15
K1765How do I turn my pc volume up?12:15
nothlitandreasdk, wait then i'll run a listening vlc viewer and tell you how to use x11vncserver12:15
tang^I found a bunch of stuff online about locales that look like its relevent, but nothing appears to be changing my system12:15
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Jimbonothlit..i pasted in that command but no change12:15
tnncjsmith88 what should i search for?12:15
jsmith88tnnc: so do a search in synaptic for smp and install the kernel relevant to your architecture12:16
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salim@Jimbo: I think you have to reboot12:16
bjorn_Crimsun: there's sound :) Still it's really bad. A lot of background noise, and it's distorted12:16
K1765How do I turn my mic volume up???12:16
jsmith88tnnc: are you using an x86 processor? like a p4 or core2 duo?12:16
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nothlitJimbo, no then you type sudo mount -a12:16
Jimbo the folder has a size of 99.9 gigs but i cant make a subfoler or file ther12:16
nothlitJimbo, then look in the media folder12:16
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nothlitJimbo, thats not what the mkdir command does12:16
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gaussian88K1765: if you have the sound-applet in the gnome panel enabled (assuming you're on gnome) just double-click it, then adjust to your liking12:16
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up365K1765: do have a speaker icon to click on12:17
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tnncjsmith88, it is xeon daul 550 x8612:17
nothlitJimbo if youre still confused paste the contents of  ls /media         and ls /media/hdb112:17
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naliothK1765: watch the caps, and "depends on the program" try ctrl-q or ctrl-c or /quit12:17
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crimsunbjorn_: so turn down the mic and capture volumes12:17
K1765I see it now, thanks!12:17
gaussian88K1765: type this:  ps -ael |grep <name of program>12:17
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tnncjsmith88, P312:17
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jsmith88tnnc: you can try installing the following package: linux-686-smp12:17
Jimbonothlit...YOU DID IT!!!!12:17
gaussian88K1765: then do:  kill <process ID>12:17
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nothlitJimbo :)12:18
Jimboyer good12:18
Xaxafradquick question from a relative *nix newb: i think i might be having compatibility issues and was wondering what shell is running when i open a terminal in xubuntu?12:18
gaussian88K1765: or use 'top' to get the process ID12:18
nothlitJimbo, its in ubuntuguide.org if you want to take a longer route next time12:18
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Jimboso in linux the hard drives appear as folders ?12:18
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K1765Thanks gauss12:18
gaussian88K1765: type 'man top' to get some of the top commands12:18
gaussian88K1765: top is your friend12:18
K1765Yes it is, already love it lol12:19
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nothlitJimbo, what happens is you get to choose where you hard drive gets put in the filesystem12:19
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gaussian88Jimbo: All *nix systems sees everything as a "file"12:19
gaussian88Jimbo: sorry if that wasn't ehlpful at all12:19
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jsmith88tnnc: have you tried installing it yet?12:19
gaussian88Jimbo: er.   helpful12:19
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Jordan_UThe gnome power applet thinks I am still connected to my power supply when my laptop is on battery power so when it runsout of battery my computer shuts down from loss of power instead of shutting down correctly.12:19
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tnncjsmith88,no not yet12:20
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bluefox83is there a way to see exactly how much bandwidth each program you are running is using up?12:21
Keyseir!ubotu mount12:21
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted  -  Formatting partitions: see the manual page for mkfs ("man mkfs")  -  Mounting partitions in Gnome: System -> Administration -> Disks12:21
nothlitandreasdk, im still workiing on ur problem don't worry, but you can try the vlc plugin in the meantime (also extensions also require a restart)12:21
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Xaxafradis there a simple little command i can spit at a shell to find out what particular shell it is?12:21
jsmith88tnnc: ok, if you need any more help with it, just yell out12:21
KeyseirWhy is there no System -> Administration -> Disks on Edgy Eft?12:21
nothlitXaxafrad, echo $SHELL12:21
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K1765Where can I get themes for ubuntu?12:21
gaussian88K1765: gnome-look.og12:21
gaussian88Jordan_U: your quick on the draw12:22
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nalioth!tell K1765 about themes12:22
K1765Thanks gaussian, I'm beginning to love u :P12:22
mads-Is there a good command line mp3 player?12:22
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bjorn_Crimsun: Even with the volume almost turned off in the volume controller it's got background noise. Strange thing is the volume is still in fact pretty high..12:22
bluefox83Keyseir, good question >.>12:22
bluefox83i coulda sworn i had it when i installed edgy12:23
Jordan_Umads-: You can use mplayer from the command line.12:23
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gaussian88bjorn_: check the PCM volume level as well as the master volume level12:23
K1765While I'm here got another question12:23
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RaffaelloHi everything.  wanna ask something that install to ubuntu? Are there any person to help me?12:23
salimI might help you, Raffaello12:23
K1765I try to load a .wmv and it says "loading, buffing" and then it just stops and doesn't play12:23
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KeyseirDoes anyone know about "Disks" on edgy?12:23
mariuskdoes ubuntu regard the user I created for myself as the 'local administrator'?12:23
gaussian88K1765: ready?12:24
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naliothRaffaello: what language do you speak?12:24
gaussian88K1765: find mplayers homepage and download the essential codec pack12:24
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gaussian88K1765: unpack it, then put all the contents into the folder /usr/lib/win3212:24
gaussian88K1765: create the win32 folder if you must12:24
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RaffaelloNalioth ; French, English, Turkish, Spanish12:25
ZarephathI get this when I go to youtube... Hello, you either have JavaScript turned off or an old version of Macromedia's Flash Player. Get the latest flash player.12:25
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gaussian88K1765: you can play virtually anything you can throw at it via totem and/or mplayer12:25
gaussian88K1765: maybe xine as well12:25
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naliothRaffaello: ok, we have #ubuntu-es, #ubuntu-fr, and other language channels available if you find one or the other more comfortable to use12:25
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ZarephathI have compiled and installed gnash as well as java 1.5 and 1.4.2 for PPC...I currently have it set to use java 1.512:25
Jordan_UZarephath: And you have flashplayer installed?12:25
gaussian88Zarephath: use synaptic and that the flash-nonfree version12:25
K1765Cant find essential codec pack12:25
pianoboy3333crimsun: what's up with the hda modules and getting them into ubuntu?12:25
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rodrigoputa merda qta gente12:26
gaussian88Zarephath: I don't know the exact name, but it says flash and nonfree in it's name12:26
K1765Found it lol12:26
rigidushi all12:26
crimsunpianoboy3333: too vague12:26
gaussian88Zarephath: you may need to put / enable some additional repos (see: www.ubuntuguide.org)12:26
naliothgaussian88: it doesn't work on PowerPC12:26
gaussian88K1765: good12:26
outRideris it possibe to install more than 1 version of some software? i.e. a package version and a version build from source12:26
noxxletried to install ut2004, didnt work, uninstalled. and now on login i get and error my .dmrc is being ignored because other users shouldnt have access to my home directory. I set permissions on my home to ME only and yet it still keeps saying that on login12:26
gaussian88nalioth: oh.... Didn't realize we were talking PowerPC12:26
gaussian88nalioth: sorry12:26
K1765Take that back, Didn't. Link doesn't work >.<12:26
Zarephathgaussian88, : Yeah but as I stated this is for PPC not i386...there isn't a flash player other than gnash..well one other but the wiki said this was the better choice12:26
Jordan_Unalioth: If you are desperate you can try gnash.12:27
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Keyseir!ubotu disks edgy12:27
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about disks edgy - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:27
Keyseir!ubotu disks12:27
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted  -  Formatting partitions: see the manual page for mkfs ("man mkfs")  -  Mounting partitions in Gnome: System -> Administration -> Disks12:27
naliothJordan_U: thanks, i was discussing gnash with gaussian88 because Zarephath mentioned it12:27
rigiduscould anybody help me guys? I'm trying to maximize an xfs fs by xfs_growfs, but it's not working at all.12:27
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mariuskK1765, look at where the link is pointing and search for the codec pack via google12:27
nothlitandreasdk, are you behind any firewall or router? im having difficulties finding the default version of vncserver on ubuntu12:27
rigidusI was doing this way: xfs_growfs / -d12:27
damg_are there any mono 1.2 final debs available already?12:27
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nothlitrigidus, i think gparted has support for xfs growing12:28
ZarephathHey nalioth: Compile seemed to go fine...as I stated I have installed both ibm java versions as I suppose you may or may not have done...12:28
JosefKdamg_: alas no, fairly trivial to build them into /usr/local from source though12:28
naliothZarephath: excellent to hear :)12:28
rigidusnothlit: is it on knoppix?12:28
nothlitnalioth, if i install the 4 dev libraries it wants me to install 39 dependencies12:29
damg_JosefK: thanks, I'll try to build a deb then (:12:29
Zarephathnalioth: The part that perturbs me is it is stating javascript... is there something I missed that I need to enable to get javascript up and running too?12:29
rigidusnothlit (this one is a server)12:29
K1765Where do I put the themes I downloaded so they will work?12:29
nothlitrigidus, no but its on ubuntu, also you can download the gparted live cd, its also on the ubuntu install disk and kanotix12:29
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Zarephathnalioth: Are you able to go to youtube and play a video?12:29
JosefKdamg_: well, you can build a deb if you're adventurous, I just meant compiling the latest mono into /usr/local though :)12:29
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gaussian88K1765: System --> Prefs --> Themes12:30
gaussian88K1765: you'll see it12:30
naliothZarephath: your browser should support javascript12:30
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gaussian88K1765: you really should look at www.ubuntuguide.org12:30
naliothnothlit: well, that is the fun part of building your own software, the libs required12:30
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Zarephathnalioth, : Yeah that was what I thought too...firefox 2 included in edgy12:30
mads-Jordan_U: which package does it come with?12:30
rigidusnothlit: thanks a lot, i try that one :-)12:30
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naliothZarephath: i don't do audio/video on this box  :|12:30
nothlitrigidus, the gparted livecd is small ez to download its about 30mb and runs xfce, not much on it kanotix is a lot more useful in whole but full size12:31
nothlitrigidus, gparted is only on the ubuntu live cd12:31
lobosonwell, it's nice: a new piece of version to test and enhance12:31
nothlitZarephath, beta 2 is included in edgy12:31
Jordan_Umads-: mplayer12:31
lobosonbut I can't still use all my hardware :-S12:31
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K1765lol its quicker here :P12:32
Zarephathnalioth, : Ok thanks...I just checked and enable javascript is checked in prefs...12:32
Zarephathnothlit, : Ok thank you12:32
mads-Jordan_U: apt-get install mplayer?12:32
Jordan_Umads-: sudo apt-get install mplayer12:32
nothlitdoes anyone know what vncserver the gnome desktop calls? i can't find any server in /usr/bin12:32
Jordan_Umads-: yes.12:32
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lobosonI think that's the problem...12:32
seb--Why does Ubuntu seem do wifi better than Debian? Is it because they spend more time testing? why? more $$$ available?12:32
mads-doesn't work :(12:32
naliothZarephath: please keep in mind, gnash is still very much an in-development project12:32
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EleafPaladine, pally pally.12:33
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nothlitseb--, ubuntu focuses more on getting everything up and going more easily, and that includes hardware12:33
Jordan_UZarephath: Last I checked gnash couldn't play youtube vids.12:33
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gaussian88seb--: I think it has more to do with gnome and gnome customization12:33
lobosonyes, some probs with hardware12:33
seb--nothlit: you mean more *polish*?12:33
Zarephathnalioth, : Yes sir..I do know that...I can understand it not working..however I would have assumed I would be able to see something occur..heh12:33
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Fletcherianyone know much about realplayer 10? im trying to use it but its acting really jumpy with stream files atm12:33
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KeyseirDoes anyone know how I can mount a secondary HD on edgy?12:33
gaussian88seb--: ie., they just made it easier to properly config. the hardware for a wider range of hardware12:33
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nothlitseb--, no, ubuntu adds things and makes custom tools12:33
nalioth!tell Keyseir about mount12:33
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ZarephathJordan_U, : Kewl that helps...what can you tell me about their format they stream?12:33
ManticeHow do I restore my system tray ? I think I deleted it.12:33
K1765One more question12:34
seb--gaussian: the fact is debian can be 'rough around the edges.....ubuntu is more like os X12:34
jcrochfordFletcher, what problems are you having?12:34
gaussian88nothlit: really?  that's great!12:34
crimsunFletcheri: the version in dapper-commercial?12:34
nothlitseb--, ubuntu isn't more polished than debian, just differing philosophies12:34
K1765How do i login as admin to paste something in user/lib/win3212:34
rigidusnothlit: thanks again :-)12:34
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jribMantice: right click on your panel and add the "notification area"12:34
nalioth!tell K1765 about sudo12:34
Keyseirnalioth: "Mounting partitions in Gnome: System -> Administration -> Disks" this doesn't exist on edgy12:34
crimsunpianoboy3333: did you feel like elaborating, or were you going to leave the question as vague?12:34
nothlitdoes anyone know what vncserver the gnome desktop calls? i can't find any server in /usr/bin12:34
seb--nothlit: but *why* / *how* did they get wifi to work better?12:34
gaussian88K1765: cd into the directory where the files are12:34
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Fletcherijcrochford: when i stream form a video link it palys a few seconds, pauses the prgo and then palys again ect...12:34
bjorn_Crimsun: Thank you. Now I at least have some sound. It's still noisy after toggling with the volumes though, but I can live with that for a while. Funny thing now is Skype won't connect my calls. Saying I got a problem with sound device12:34
nothlitKeyseir, what are you trying to do?12:34
naliothKeyseir: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AutomaticallyMountPartitions12:35
Jordan_UZarephath: I havn't had my PPC machine for a while but I remember being able to use a page to get the .flv from youtube and play it in ffmpeg.12:35
lobosonIt won't work ok with my pda12:35
gaussian88K1765: then sudo mkdir /usr/lib/win32;sudo cp * /usr/lib/win32/12:35
seb--nothlit: does the founder burn few millions for a room full of testers to polish it better?12:35
nothlitseb--, hardware detection configuration utilites and regular configuration utilities i would assume12:35
jcrochfordFletcher: Does it have anything to do with your bandwidth?  My first thought is that RP10 is working fine.12:35
Keyseirnothlit, I just did a fresh edgy installation and I have a USB external HD I want to connect. I need to mount this external HD.12:35
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crimsunbjorn_: close all audio apps before using skype12:35
ZarephathJordan_U, : Ok I will look into that then..just find the stream and use ffmpeg..maybe..heh12:35
lobosondon't know why12:35
seb--nothlit: it must have cost big $$$ for ubuntu to improve autodetection12:35
nothlitseb--, i think most of the development it still volunteered12:35
lobosonwell, it's a WM512:35
Fletcherijcrochford: my bandwith is good, im on a 10mb line, it shouldn't make any difference12:35
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lobosonsyncCE doesn't work well12:35
Keyseirnothlit I was used to System -> disks and that doesn't seem to exist on edgy12:36
fugitive_if i want to make a command 'install x' to do apt-get install x where x is whatever I say - how would i do it12:36
nothlitKeyseir, did you plug it in? ubuntu should automount external disks12:36
seb--nothlit: making debian better isn't a trivial achivement :)12:36
fugitive_what is the script12:36
Jordan_UZarephath: I think it was keepvid ( the site, google it )12:36
naliothfugitive_: make an alias12:36
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fugitive_nalioth: how ?12:36
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Keyseirnothlit, Yes, it's plugged in and the status lights are fine12:36
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nothlitseb--, debian isn't supposed to be easy to install, but they stick with what they do and other distros can feel free to add and improve, besides, look at mepis or livecds12:37
Keyseirnothlit, if it was automounted where would I find it?12:37
naliothfugitive_: ask uncle google "bash aliases" or "bash alias"12:37
Jordan_U!hi | safejav12:37
ubotusafejav: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!12:37
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bjorn_Crimsun: Still trouble12:37
gaussian88nothlit: look in /media12:37
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Poromenoshow can i use WPA with ubuntu server?12:37
seb--nothlit: is ubuntu good for debian? how to debianites feel about it?12:37
nothlitKeyseir, did you check /media? it should automatically show on the desktop and other places.. is the account you're logged into the first account created?12:37
gaussian88Keyseir: look in /media12:37
seb--nothlit: is ubuntu a 'win-win' for both?12:37
lobosonsyncCE doesn't work well with my WM5 PDA12:37
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jcrochfordFletcher, No specific server problems?  Is there a particular site from which you're streaming the video?  I have to confess I'm an Ubuntu noob, but I've got no problems with RP10 that I've detected yet.12:38
nothlitseb--, its mostly a win win, both projects contribute to each other but there is the fear that people will stop developing for debian first from what i've read, and only make packages for ubuntu12:38
Keyseirnothlit, definitely not on the desktop. Yes, I'm using the first account.12:38
Keyseirnothlit, I had the ext hd d/cd when i installed, but I've rebooted sense too...12:38
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nothlitKeyseir, check places and computer12:38
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lobosondoes anybody know why syncCE doesn't work well with my WM5 PDA??12:38
crimsunbjorn_: well, unless you can give me debug messages for arecord, I can't help you diagnose alsa capture12:39
nothlitKeyseir, try unplugging and replugging, i don't know how  well ubuntu does with coldplugging12:39
Keyseirnothlit, nope12:39
Keyseirnothlit, not under media either12:39
gaussian88Keyseir: is this a usb device?12:39
shwag~/.bash_profile says "the default umask is set in /etc/login.defs" , but I changed the the UMASK setting in login.defs, and  $ umask , still says 02212:39
nothlitKeyseir, ok because accounts made later may not have the permission for external disks enabled12:39
VersedI made a mistake an downloaded the desktop iso, can I install ubuntu onto my G4 with this cd iso?  And yes I downloaded the PPC version.12:39
nothlitKeyseir, try unplugging and replugging, i don't know how  well ubuntu does with coldplugging12:39
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Keyseirgaussian88, yes12:39
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infidelok i got the latest ati driver to install all right but i hav to load the modules by hand and then restart x is there a way to add this to start at boot/12:39
gaussian88Keyseir: do 'lsusb'12:39
gaussian88Keyseir: is it listed?12:40
Jordan_UVersed: How much ram?12:40
pianoboy3333crimsun: I feel like being vauge... The newest alsa packages I mean, do you know if 1.0.13 is going to get into ubuntu edgy?12:40
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jribVersed: the desktop cd is both the live cd and the install cd12:40
Versedthanks jrib.12:40
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VersedI have plenty, like a gig and 200 gig hd.  not a problem.12:40
crimsunpianoboy3333: it's already in edgy.12:40
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GayNigraUbuntu will be fucked up again tonight :D12:40
Keyseirgaussian88, I'm not sure.12:40
pianoboy3333crimsun: really?12:40
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crimsunpianoboy3333: at least my portion of it is12:40
gaussian88Keyseir: is anything listed?12:40
GayNigraUbuntu will be fucked up again tonight :D12:40
-GayNigra:#ubuntu- Ubuntu will be fucked up again tonight :D12:40
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Fletcherijcrochford: i think it was the site =/12:40
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Keyseirgaussian88, "Bus 001 Device 002: ID 0c0b:2bcf Dura Micro, Inc. (Acomdata)12:40
KeyseirBus 001 Device 001: ID 0000:0000  " that might be it12:40
gaussian88Keyseir: is that your external usb drive?12:41
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crimsunpianoboy3333: you'll have to manually apply my queue, but yes, it all there. See kernel-team@12:41
pianoboy3333!info alsa-driver12:41
ubotuPackage alsa-driver does not exist in any distro I know12:41
pianoboy3333!info alsa-drivers12:41
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ubotuPackage alsa-drivers does not exist in any distro I know12:41
Amaranthack, lag12:41
theCorenalioth, expoit -> ufngcaieoew12:41
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crimsunalsa-driver is the source package name.12:41
robtheCore: got him12:41
pianoboy3333crimsun: alsa-base is 10.0.1112:42
crimsunpianoboy3333: so?12:42
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nothlitjrib, yeah but the live cd is weak as an install cd12:42
crimsunpianoboy3333: the available hda via kernel-team is post-1.0.1312:42
crimsunalsa-base is scripts and modprobe.d/blacklist files12:42
pianoboy3333crimsun: what's kernel-team? Is it a repository?12:42
crimsunit's a mailing list12:43
pianoboy3333crimsun: so are there debs of a newer version of the driver with snd-hda-intel ?12:43
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pianoboy3333what are you saying?12:43
[sYn] Does anyone know where the Beryl settings for changing the screen hot zones are? (the areas that cause all of the windows to move onto the screen for task management..)12:43
crimsunthe patches you need to apply to linux-source-2.6.17 are available on kernel-team@12:43
CVirusSuddenly my swap isnt activated on boot ... I hate to swapon each time I start my laptop .. whats wrong ?12:44
nothlit[sYn] , that is under scale, last ta12:44
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nothlit[sYn] , tab12:44
[sYn] nothlit, thanks :)12:44
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pianoboy3333crimsun: I have to apply patches? will I have to configure the kernel, or just apply the patches and run, I have had experience with building a kernel... unsuccesful wifi support, but w/e12:45
crimsunpianoboy3333: if you want nice debs of alsa-modules, just grab upstream's alsa-driver-1.0.13 and generate them using module-assistant12:45
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crimsunpianoboy3333: my patches are for our git repos, not for the end user12:46
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pianoboy3333crimsun: oh, I see, so where can I learn about making debs with m-a?12:46
crimsunpianoboy3333: the README.Debian shipped with alsa-source12:46
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pianoboy3333crimsun: so what should I download off of alsa-project.org?12:46
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pianoboy3333crimsun: will I need the newest libasound for that?12:47
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crimsunalsa-lib has nothing to do with it.12:48
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pianoboy3333oh, ok12:48
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rogue78has anyone had a a/v sync problem with videos in edgy eft?12:48
Jordan_Unalioth: Why, is it a glitch or is there a spam problem?12:48
pianoboy3333crimsun: ok, so unpackage the source, and look at the README.debian in debian/ ?12:48
crimsunpianoboy3333: no, there's a README.Debian in alsa-source (binary package)12:49
naliothJordan_U: spam. further discussion in #ubuntu-offtopic please12:49
pianoboy3333crimsun: wait... you said to download alsa-driver12:49
pianoboy3333do you want me to apt-get source alsa-source?12:49
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crimsunpianoboy3333: I meant what I typed. Download alsa-driver from upstream; consult the documentation from alsa-source.12:50
crimsunif you want to be lazy, grab Debian Sid's alsa-source12:50
pianoboy3333and just change the changelog, and run a debuild?12:50
crimsunwhich method are you using?12:51
rogue78has anyone had problems with flash being out of sync with audio? the video is behind the audio for me12:51
rogue78I just installed edgy12:51
crimsunrogue78: remove flashplugin-nonfree and use the flash 9 beta12:51
pianoboy3333crimsun: I'm not sure.... so I can download alsa-driver from upstream, and just compile that, or get debian sid's and debuild that...?12:51
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crimsunpianoboy3333: do you want a short answer or a long answer?12:52
rogue78crimsum: thanks12:52
pianoboy3333crimsun: but what is alsa-source? just a package in the repos?12:52
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pianoboy3333crimsun: I'm just very confused that's all, knowing what alsa-source is may clear things up12:52
hyperactivecronddoes anybody know how to take the output from jack and pipe it to the stdin of another program>?12:52
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pianoboy3333crimsun: I understand alsa-driver is the driver12:52
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hyperactivecrondfor example to lame?12:53
nalioth!tell CoolCubix about guidelines12:53
crimsunpianoboy3333: I use "alsa-driver" to refer to the name of the Debian/Ubuntu source package that generates the alsa-base, linux-sound-base, and alsa-source binary packages. I use "alsa-driver-1.0.13" when referring to upstream (ftp.alsa-project.org) alsa-driver tarball.12:53
pianoboy3333crimsun: but mostly, the easiest thing may be just getting alsa-driver from debian sid, so I'll go with that12:54
CoolCubixnalioth> sorry, didn't know about that12:54
crimsunpianoboy3333: you mean alsa-source12:54
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CoolCubixit's an information rather for another channel12:54
pianoboy3333crimsun: sure12:54
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treatI can't get my Quickcam pro 3000 working in edgy =(12:55
pianoboy3333crimsun: so just compile the alsa-source package? or that has to be added to my kernel in some way12:55
crimsunpianoboy3333: read /usr/share/doc/alsa-source/README.Debian12:56
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mztrizI just installed edgy on my laptop, but I'm not getting an internet connection.... any ideas?12:57
GarrettFor some reason, when I go to boot from the Live CD, the splash screen comes up. I select 'Install or Run Ubuntu' and it says 'Loading Kernel' and such. Then, it goes to a screen with a blinking underscore. It stayed like that for 20 minutes. I noticed that it wasn't reading the CD-ROM drive. The same thing happens when I go to check the CD contents.12:57
rogue78crimsum: I downloaded the flash 9 beta and untarballed it. now what?12:57
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crimsunrogue78: put the lib in ~/.mozilla/plugins/12:57
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rogue78crimsum: libflashplayer.so ?12:57
crimsunrogue78: make sure you remove the flashplugin-nonfree package, then restart ff12:57
pianoboy3333crimsun: wait... but the .orig.tar.gz of alsa-source _is_ alsa-driver12:58
naliothGarrett: did you check the checksums to make sure you have a proper image/disk?12:58
aboin windows, I used to use a web spider like application, called Teleport Pro, is there any similar one in ubuntu?12:58
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crimsunpianoboy3333: alsa-source is a binary package. It contains a stripped orig.tar.gz of alsa-driver-
Garrettnalioth: You mean did I select the option for that on the boot screen?12:59
nothlitGarrett, you can switch to a virtual terminal with ctrl+alt+f1 and then less /var/log/Xorg.0.log and see what went wrong or use the alternate install cd or use the second boot option, because it sounds like xorg fails to initialise12:59
rogue78crimsun: when I try to play flash in mozilla, it's saying flash ain't installed.12:59
crimsunnow use module-assistant with alsa-source12:59
nalioth!tell Garrett about verify12:59
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crimsunrogue78: well, did you move the plugin to the correct location?12:59
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mayhem-hi. I'm new to linux I'm a bit confused on which ubuntu to get.  6.10 is the latest version but only for 6.06 it says that it's supported for 3 years. does this mean 6.10 isn't?  also I suppose 6.06 is probably more stable?01:00
pianoboy3333crimsun: but how do I get the source of it... I don't have it installed on my system at all, I'm sorry, I know I sound difficult, just install it, or download sid's deb?01:00
rogue78crimsun: sudo cp flash-player-plugin- ~/.mozilla/plugins01:00
naliothmayhem-: 6.10 is supported with security updates for 18 months01:00
mztrizCould anyone help me get my wifi working on my laptop?01:00
Garrettnothlit: Alternate install CD?01:00
crimsunrogue78: don't use sudo01:00
rogue78oh crap01:00
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rogue78punches self in face01:00
Garrettnothlit:  And, err, second boot option?01:00
nothlitGarrett, yeah theres a second install cd that doesn't use a point and click gui, (but it does use the ncurses gui)01:01
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Garrettnothlit: Point and click..You could use a mouse in that? O.o01:01
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naliothGarrett: ubotu sent you some info in a PM01:01
nothlitGarrett, yes when you boot the cd theres a variety of options like boot or install , boot legacy or compatibility mode, check disk, and boot from first hard disk01:01
taghow do I snag a list of my installed packages?01:01
crimsunthis cannot be this difficult.01:01
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crimsunpianoboy3333: wget http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/a/alsa-driver/alsa-source_1.0.13-1ubuntu1_all.deb && sudo dpkg -i alsa-source_1.0.13-1ubuntu1_all.deb01:02
tagjust the package names, so I can re-install all of the software I need after I reinstall dapper01:02
nothlitGarrett, yes, most live cds use point and click interfaces01:02
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worldplay_RapidFanyone know why i get a X server problem when trying to install Ubuntu?01:02
Garrettnothlit: Okay, so what's the best thing to do in my current situation?01:02
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infidelcan someone help me with this, i have the working fglrx driver but it won't load when x loads i have to load it like this sudo insmod /lib/modules/2.6.17-10-386/misc/fglrx.ko then restart X any ideals? i tried sticking it in /etc/modules01:03
caffiendI have burn't 3 cd's with ubuntu server 6.1 and they all test bad.  I have even burned at 2x!  Is there a way to check the iso?01:03
rogue78crimsun: cp: accessing `/home/shawn/.mozilla/plugins/': Not a directory01:03
crimsunrogue78: so create it.01:03
whyvascaffiend, check the md5 sum01:03
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nothlitGarrett, reboot and choose the second option and see if that works, if not go and download the alternate cd and use that to install instead01:04
whyvascaffiend, you probably have a case of shitty cheap cd's though01:04
worldplay_RapidFso no ones can help me?01:04
whyvasworldplay_RapidF, no01:04
rogue78crimsun:mkdir: cannot create directory `/home/shawn/.mozilla/plugins/': File exists01:04
Garrettnothlit: The second option is verify the CD, right? I said that that had given me the same error.01:04
rogue78crimsun: mkdir: cannot create directory `/home/shawn/.mozilla/plugins/': File exists01:04
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rogue78crimsun: and when I browse there with gnome, there is a plugins file with a padlock icon on it01:05
nothlitnothlit, no the second option should be some sort of legacy/compatibility mode01:05
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nothlitGarrett, wait, the verification freezes too?01:05
laervianhi everybody01:05
Garrettnothlit: Yes01:05
laervianbig issue with swap partition01:05
laervianit is not mounted01:05
ansivirusi'm having a problem with artwiz fonts package on 6.1001:05
crimsunrogue78: sudo chown -R $USER ~/.mozilla01:05
Garrettnothlit:  Oh, that...Run with Safe Mode Graphics01:06
ansivirusis there anything special i need to do?01:06
Jordan_Uworldplay_RapidF: What kind of xserver problem?01:06
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laervianblkid and fstab have different entries01:06
worldplay_RapidFWTF IS X SERVER01:06
LjL!caps | worldplay_RapidF01:06
ubotuworldplay_RapidF: PLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.01:06
rogue78crimsun: what does chown do?01:06
ansiviruschown = change owner01:06
lupine_85X SERVER IS TEH WIN01:07
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__mikemholly crap whats going on here01:07
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nothlitGarrett, well then your cd might not have burned correctly if the verification freezes, that step is a very simple one01:07
lupine_85it does all the drawing on your monitor01:07
LjL!x | worldplay_RapidF01:07
ubotuworldplay_RapidF: The X Window System is 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/FixVideoResolutionHowto01:07
Garrettnothlit: Okay, I'll try to burn on something else. Thank you.01:07
worldplay_RapidF!x ljl01:07
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about x ljl - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:07
worldplay_RapidF!x | ljl01:07
ubotuljl: The X Window System is 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/FixVideoResolutionHowto01:07
preactionGarrett, verify the image, not the disc01:07
rogue78crimsun: should I just try to delete that file?01:07
LjL!botabuse | worldplay_RapidF01:07
ubotuworldplay_RapidF: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots  -  Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops... ;-)01:07
crimsunrogue78: no01:08
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caffiendwhyvas: they are HP's... what woul be suggested?01:08
preactionGarrett, and it's going to take a while01:08
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ZambeziAnyone know what kcryptd/0 is? The CPU-load on kcryptd/0 is over 50%!01:08
Jordan_Uworldplay_RapidF: Are you at a terminal prompt?01:08
Jordan_Uworldplay_RapidF: Or at a blue screen with strange characters around the edges?01:08
worldplay_RapidF2nd 101:08
mayhem-i have core 2 duo CPU, should I get 64 or 32 bit version?01:08
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shawarmaZambezi: Do you by any chance have an encrypted partition?01:08
worldplay_RapidFthen 1st01:08
preactionZambezi, that's probably the kernel crypt daemon. are you doing anything with hashing?01:08
MerkidemisCould someone assist me with getting my latop's ATI graphics card running right?  I can get into xwindows fine, but the redraw is really, really slow01:08
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laerviananybody knows for swap partition?01:09
Merkidemisits an ATI Mobility X20001:09
lupine_85depends on whether it's a 32-bit or 64-bit CPU01:09
ansivirusi'm having a problem with artwiz fonts package on 6.1001:09
rogue78crimsun: I still can't copy to it, or make the directory01:09
lupine_85e.g. Opterons are 64-bit01:09
whyvascaffiend, i have blue hp's that work great01:09
Zambezishawarma, I have.01:09
rogue78crimsun: sorry if I'm being annoying, but I'm a total noob for linux01:09
MerkidemisI have tried reinstalling fglrx, but it doesn't work01:09
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Jordan_Uworldplay_RapidF: Ok, try running: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg -phigh and choose vesa when asked what driver to use.01:09
crimsunrogue78: did you chown ~/.mozilla/plugins/ ?01:09
Zambezipreaction, Yes.01:09
therealbigusdickMerkidemis, do you have Option "NoAccel" "true" in your xorg.conf file?01:10
preactionZambezi, sounds like the culprit01:10
caffiendwhyvas: are the silver in the top left and blue on the bottom and right side?01:10
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eetfunkhow do i obtain the version #/name of ubuntu from the command line?01:10
rogue78crimsun: yes and the padlock icon went away, but it is still a file, not a folder01:10
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ansiviruseetfunk, uname -a  ??01:10
apokryphoseeboy: cat /etc/version01:10
njalhow do i reconfigure my X server to probe a new monitor while saving the XGL options i added?01:11
caffiendwhyvas: I have the iso on my old P3 1Ghz linux box, is it possible to put it onto a usb drive to install? I have a 512 oe 2g that will work01:11
Merkidemistherealbigusdick: no, but I do have composite set to disabled, as on the forums people said that could be an option01:11
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Merkidemistherealbigusdick: problem, not option01:11
crimsunrogue78: rm ~/.mozilla/plugins && mkdir ~/.mozilla/plugins01:11
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eetfunkansivirus: this only gives me the kernel version.01:11
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ansiviruseetfunk, yeah sorry cat /etc/version01:11
Zambezipreaction, It's soon down. But I might change computer from P2 to P3. That should decrese the load.01:11
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eetfunkansivirus: i don't have a /etc/version file01:12
Merkidemistherealbigusdick: It was working fine under Dapper, but got messed up when I dist-upgraded to Edgy01:12
nothlitnjal, dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg is way too invasive for that, and i think it only supports one monitor, have you tried your video driver utility?01:12
preactionZambezi, well, hashing (and any cryptography) is very processor intensive. you should anticipate high loads when you're doing it01:12
nothlitcrimsun, dont you mean rm -fr?01:12
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therealbigusdickMerkidemis, I also have composite disabled and for 2D my card works pretty fast. I know it works slow in my case if I disable acceleration... but in your case the problem seems to be another issue01:12
whyvascaffiend, maybe but i don't know how01:12
crimsunnothlit: not necessary in this context01:12
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Zambezipreaction, Then I give it a shot until the hashing is done.01:13
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therealbigusdickMerkidemis, edgy messed a lot of things... fonts in gnome, xservers, etc. :(01:13
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nothlitcrimsun, then wouldn't rmdir would just as well?01:13
Merkidemistherealbigusdick: Yeah, and I've been pouring over the forums for days trying to get it working.01:13
caffiendwould simple extraction of the ISO to a USB drive work?01:13
rogue78crimsun: thanks a lot man, it works great now!01:13
Merkidemistherealbigusdick: is there an "easy" way to get back to dapper?01:13
crimsunnothlit: read his statement carefully. He created a file instead of a directory.01:13
LjL!downgrade | Merkidemis01:13
ubotuMerkidemis: Attempting to downgrade to an older Ubuntu version is explicitly not supported, and may break your system.01:13
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nothlitcrimsun, oh i was just scanning sry01:13
naliothnothlit: rmdir only works on empty directories01:13
Merkidemisubotu: well, upgrading broke my system, so...01:14
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about well, upgrading broke my system, so... - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:14
caffiendANyone know if I can extract an ISO to a USB drive and install from that?  My CD drive isn't liking 6.1001:14
therealbigusdickMerkidemis, I don't know probably not easier as reinstalling from scratch everything and install your backup (if any)01:14
therealbigusdickMerkidemis, but probably your problem has a solution.01:14
rogue78can someone reccomend a good e-mail client that has good anti-spam ability?01:14
whyvascaffiend, i don't think it would boot01:14
laerviananybody knows about how to mount an umnounted swap partition?01:14
whyvasbut maybe01:14
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Merkidemistherealbigusdick: Possible.  I'm not looking forward to fighting with my wi-fi again.  That was a simular nightmare01:14
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therealbigusdickin my case without 2D acceleration when I did a ls on a directory with many many files, the slowdown was remarkable01:15
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caffiendI guess is can't hurt01:15
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naliothrogue78: thunderbird01:15
ansiviruscan someone help with artwiz fonts on edgy?01:15
therealbigusdickMerkidemis, well I am really dissapointed with that edgy release, I expected more from ubuntu, really. Just a small rant :)01:15
pianoboy3333crimsun: thank you01:15
caffiendsorry, mouse slipped01:16
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Merkidemistherealbigusdick: heh, yeah.  I remember my other attempts at Debian all getting messed up when updating.01:16
__mikemnalioth sorry about the autorejoin, I forgot I had it turned on01:16
mumbles-potpalcan i have some opitions here ? http://pastebin.ca/245444 is that a buggered hdd ?01:16
nalioththerealbigusdick: edgy was rolled up in a very short amount of time, compared to previous ubuntu releases01:16
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Merkidemistherealbigusdick: Is there a way to purge all the ATI stuff from the system, go back to VESA, and try installing an older driver?01:16
therealbigusdicknalioth, yes, I know that, but that should not be a excuse to ship with so many regressions...01:16
therealbigusdickMerkidemis, well now that xorg is modularized it should be easy, I mean just uninstall all packages with dpkg -l | grep ati, but this can be dangerous too01:17
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BlueParrotcould I ask if there is any page with recomended system specs or something along those lines?01:18
Merkidemistherealbigusdick: right, but if the worst that happens is I reinstall dapper again, then its no big loss and a learning experience01:18
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ansivirusI'm having problems with artwiz fonts on edgy... i've searched forums but nothing i've found there seems to get me to be able to use the fonts01:19
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therealbigusdickMerkidemis, if you have your /home or your important files in another partition it should not be any problem too. OTOH in my case the fglrx drivers from ati were also crap and freezed my machine01:19
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laerviananybody knows hot mount a swap partition?01:20
user-landis it normal that a port i am forwarding only shows up as open when a service is running on it ? http://checksum.org/cso/checkport/01:20
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Merkidemistherealbigusdick: is there another driver I should try?  (Backups are easy, I have a 1.27TB server for that)01:21
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ansiviruslaervian, the command to mount swap is swapon /dev/hda2 (replacing /dev/hda2 with your swap partition)01:21
therealbigusdickMerkidemis, I've never tried with anything different than ati or fglrx on this machine... so I am not really sure. you could try vesa01:21
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ansivirusany help on font prob?01:22
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Merkidemistherealbigusdick: well, I think al I have tried is the one I downloaded from ATI.  Is there a second one?01:22
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Chippyhey, is there any way to manually disable sound cards?01:22
pianoboy3333crimsun: the readme.debian says cd into the root of the headers or source tree that I have prepared and run make-kpkg, but should that be /usr/src/linux-headers-vers/ or /usr/src/linux-headers-vers-generic/ vers being 2.6.17-1001:22
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crimsundon't use make-kpkg01:23
crimsunuse module-assistant01:23
therealbigusdickI don't think so just fglrx (the propietary drivers) and ati (the free ones)01:23
Merkidemistherealbigusdick: well, let me try the free ati ones01:23
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__mikemyuck ati01:23
pianoboy3333crimsun: that's not in that readme, what would you do?01:23
crimsunuse module-assistant01:24
Merkidemismikem: yeah, well, its not like i can rip the chip out01:24
pianoboy3333oh... right, prepare, update, build?01:24
crimsunlike module-assistant a-i alsa-source01:24
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ansivirushas anyone else had issues with artwiz fonts installation?01:25
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laervianansivirus: it does not function01:25
pianoboy3333crimsun: and that will build the deb of the driver, thank you01:25
ChimeraHitmanHello, I am not sure what is the problem, but linux isn't installing, the 6.06 version.01:25
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laervianansivirus: the blkid and fstab definitions are different01:25
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livingdaylightHELP: need to create a file called freemind.xml that is an .xml file in usr/share/mime/packages - how???01:26
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ansivirushave you tried mkswap /dev/hda2 then swapon /dev/hda2???? (again replace /dev/hda2 with your partition)01:26
livingdaylighti know how to create folders01:26
livingdaylightan .xml file?01:26
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Merkidemisvi freemind.xml01:26
ansiviruslivingdaylight, what's supposed to be in it?01:26
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livingdaylightansivirus, a liitle script01:26
therealbigusdicklivingdaylight, touch /usr/share/mime/packages/freemind.xml01:26
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ansiviruslivingdaylight, if blank then just touch freemind.xml01:27
therealbigusdicklivingdaylight, sudo touch /usr/share/mime/packages/freemind.xml01:27
livingdaylighttherealbigusdick, 'touch' kewl !01:27
ansivirusdoes any one know how to get the artwiz fonts working?01:27
therealbigusdickyesss indeed01:27
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ChimeraHitmanIt is taking ages to actually do anything, my pc has a 2.4ghz processor, 256 MBs ram, 10Gb partition for nix. I can't find a way to get a successful install. The cd check revealed 0 checksum errors.01:28
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lullabudChimeraHitman:  where does the install hang?01:29
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walden2hey everyone! is there anyone willing to help me?01:29
lullabudChimeraHitman:  or what error does it give you?01:29
naliothChimeraHitman: try installing the i686 kernel01:29
ChimeraHitmanlullabud, it hangs at the next button on the GUI installer.01:29
stevedoes anyone know how to fix fonts in fluxbox/enlightenment?01:29
walden2where can i find the md5sum file to check it with my 6.10 iso?01:29
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lullabudChimeraHitman:  try the text mode installer01:29
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ChimeraHitmannalioth, how do i do that with the 6.06 LTS desktop disk?01:30
Ekinokshe en fait c'est celui la de lien que je doit suivre non ? : http://doc.ubuntu-fr.org/applications/xgl/gnome01:30
lullabudwalden2:  it's in the root of all the mirrors.01:30
LjL!fr | Ekinoks01:30
ubotuEkinoks: Allez a #ubuntu-fr ou #kubuntu-fr pour de l'aide et de la discussion en francais.01:30
naliothChimeraHitman: is this an install problem?01:30
Ekinoksoups, sorry :^/01:30
TycheHello, has anyone installed Ventrilo Server on Ubuntu? I'm having issues, looking for instructions or assistance.01:30
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user-landChimeraHitman, your harddisk could be dying.01:30
ChimeraHitmanYes, its an install problem.01:30
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pianoboy3333crimsun: I got a: alsa-modules-2.6.17-10-generic depends on alsa-base (>= 1.0.12-1); however: Version of alsa-base on system is 1.0.11-5ubuntu1.01:30
walden2lullabud: where, exactly?01:31
crimsunpianoboy3333: then grab feisty's alsa-base01:31
crimsunpianoboy3333: and linux-sound-base01:31
ChimeraHitmanuser-land, lol, i haven't even started writing to the disk. I am stuck in the language selection. Apart from it taking around 15 mins to start it, i gave it a whole night last night to see if it would go to the next step.01:31
Keyseir_Does anyone here know about System < Disks not existing on Edgy Eft?01:32
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naliothChimeraHitman: have you considered you may have a hardware issue?01:32
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Keyseir_I'm trying to mount a disk that I had previously used this utility on dapper to do01:32
lullabudwalden2:  http://mirrors.csumb.edu/ubuntu/edgy/MD5SUMS01:32
naliothChimeraHitman: have you considered the alternate install cd ?01:32
lullabudwalden2:  or more generally http://mirrors.csumb.edu/ubuntu/edgy/01:32
ChimeraHitmannalioth, i got it to install a time ago.01:32
pianoboy3333crimsun: ok01:32
naliothChimeraHitman: ok, so is there a problem currently?01:33
ChimeraHitmannalioth, about that... Is there some conflicts with RW disks?01:33
bruenigwhere are the uids? some directory called /something/by-uuid or something like that I forgot though01:33
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naliothChimeraHitman: not at all01:33
ChimeraHitmannalioth, i mean i got it to install a few months ago, but i reformated.01:33
ChimeraHitmanI also have windows xp on the other partition that works. If i would have any hw problems then it would show up on windows side too.01:34
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livingdaylighttherealbigusdick, sorry, but i need to add a script to that file that's been created; can you tell me how i open it, please?01:34
user-landChimeraHitman, your ram might be defective.01:34
ansiviruslivingdaylight, vi freemind.xml01:34
user-landi see.01:34
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walden2there you go. thanks lullabud01:34
TycheVentrilo anyone?01:34
livingdaylightthx, ansivirus01:34
Keyseir_!ubotu mount01:34
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted  -  Formatting partitions: see the manual page for mkfs ("man mkfs")  -  Mounting partitions in Gnome: System -> Administration -> Disks01:34
ansiviruslivingdaylight, no prob01:34
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livingdaylightansivirus, how do i save and get out of vi, lol01:35
pianoboy3333crimsun: where do I get that? packages.ububntu.com/fiesty doesn't work! is it ei?01:35
ansiviruslivingdaylight, :wq01:35
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crimsunpianoboy3333: what?01:35
pianoboy3333it's ei....01:35
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naliothpianoboy3333: there are no feisty pkgs yet01:35
livingdaylightansivirus, huh? :wq?01:35
pianoboy3333fiesty is spelt feisty01:35
ChimeraHitmanNo solutions?01:36
ansiviruslivingdaylight, when you go into vi you hit i to enter insert mode then hit esc when done and :wq <enter> to write and quite01:36
ansiviruserr quite = quit01:36
pianoboy3333nalioth: so why did crimsun tell me to grab a feisty package!01:36
crimsunpianoboy3333: feisty is the correct spelling.01:36
naliothnot sure, perhaps he knows more than he's telling   :P01:36
crimsunnalioth: and there are; we've been merging for a week01:36
njalhow do i probe a monitor with X AND save the XGL settings i entered?01:36
livingdaylightansivirus, ooops... i just pasted my script without hitting 'i' first01:37
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Keyseir_!ubotu 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
taghow can I get a list of which packages are currently installed ?01:37
pianoboy3333crimsun: feisty alsa-base is 1.0.11... grab upstream from alsa-project?01:37
Keyseir_!ubotu fstab01:37
ubotuThe /etc/fstab file lists all drives and partitions that are mounted on the system. See http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html and !partitions01:37
darian2ki had many problems with ubuntu 6.10 and aiglx under hp nx612501:37
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ansiviruslivingdaylight, hehe.. ok first do escape then :q! then run vi freemind.xml again and hit i then paste then escape then :wq <enter>01:37
crimsunpianoboy3333: no it's not01:37
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pianoboy3333tag: with a gui, or cli?01:37
pianoboy3333crimsun: http://packages.ubuntu.com/feisty/sound/alsa-base01:37
tagI want the real package names of all the things installed01:37
mike-eanyone know the flag to make an xterm in 'large' mode off the top of their head?01:37
crimsunpianoboy3333: I merged it last night and am running it; I know darned well what feisty has.01:37
JohnM555Hello, I think I have really messed up my wireless settings(never was working really) Is there a way I can just clear all my interface settings and start again?01:38
pianoboy3333tag: synaptic will tell you that... for cli, try #ubuntu-motu01:38
tag(not the versioned package name, just the ... whatever) so when I finish paving this edgy install with dapper I can reinstall everythingI had.01:38
crimsunpianoboy3333: i.e., play "spot the feisty packages" at http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/a/alsa-driver/01:38
JohnM555Now when I try editing my wireless interface, I constantly get errors I shouldn't be getting01:38
livingdaylightansivirus, esc is not doing anything...arrr...01:38
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pianoboy3333crimsun: lol01:38
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ansiviruslivingdaylight, escape won't do anything visually.. it just exits insert mode...01:38
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prestosdI have a problem with my 3d graphics drivers01:38
prestosdcan anyone help?01:38
livingdaylightansivirus, how do i get my command prompt back?01:38
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lullabudtag:  dpkg -l | grep ^ii01:39
walden2me again. i have checked the md5sum thing on the iso. its all ok. however, i've burned it and tried to boot without success... whats happening?01:39
ansiviruslivingdaylight, just hit escape01:39
livingdaylightansivirus, thats what i mean, esc istn't doing it01:39
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Flamekebabargh, I booted into Windows, launched partition magic, closed it and then rebooted, whereupon GRUB just gave me error 17 and refused to boot01:39
kitchelivingdaylight: you hit escape then do :wq01:39
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ansiviruslivingdaylight, when you type :q! is it showing up in file or at bottom of vi screen?01:39
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prestosdCan anyone help me with graphics driver problems??01:40
DraceAhh. Navigating vi for the first time. I remember the horror. :(01:40
tagdpkg -l | awk '/^ii/ { print $2 }'01:40
JohnM555Also, When trying to set the key for my interface, I get 'Error for wireless request "Set Encode" (8B2A) : SET failed on device eth2 : Unknown error 524', why is this happening, or how can I get more information on this error.01:40
ansiviruslivingdaylight, should show up at bottom of the screen... that means escape worked... and the :q! followed by enter will exit without saving01:40
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JohnM555When I googled this, most people that got the 8B2A error didn't have the Unknown Error 524 part01:40
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ansivirusDrace, yeah tell me about it :P it was a horror :P01:40
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pianoboy3333crimsun: so, now that I have those installed, do I need alsa-driver too? or that'll do it01:41
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prestosdI said! Can anyone help me with a graphics driver problem?!01:41
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ansiviruslivingdaylight, try gedit freemind.xml if you don't like vi :) that should bring up a  gui01:41
taglooks like it worked01:41
crimsunpianoboy3333: have you ignored the past hour or so? :-)01:41
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livingdaylightansivirus, lol, yes please01:41
pianoboy3333crimsun: well, I got confused in the middle, and stopped for dinner the past 30 min01:41
Keyseir_I accidently chownd root. Is there a way to put things back to me not owning everything?01:41
ansiviruslivingdaylight, yeah just run gedit01:41
pianoboy3333prestosd: don't be so impatient, shoot01:41
pianoboy3333prestosd: shoot = shoot your question... like go01:42
livingdaylightansivirus, still haven't escaped01:42
Seeker2599how do i format my flash drive? i cant seem to figure it out01:42
prestosdoh yah, lol01:42
Flamekebabany ideas how to fix a GRUB error 1701:42
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ansiviruslivingdaylight, open another terminal window and run killall vi01:42
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about setuid - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:42
pianoboy3333Seeker2599: install gparted01:42
prestosdI used to be able to play 3d games in ubuntu 6.1001:42
pianoboy3333prestosd: what distro are you using....?01:42
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prestosdbut it was an upgraded version from 6.06 LTS Christian edition01:42
pianoboy3333prestosd: ok01:42
pianoboy3333prestosd: and now...?01:43
prestosdi cant01:43
lullabudprestosd:  Christian edition?01:43
prestosdi reinstalled a clean version of ubuntu 6.1001:43
prestosdnon upgrade01:43
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pianoboy3333prestosd: what gfx card do you have?01:43
prestosdand now when I click on a 3d game it stalls then says that the app quit01:43
Flamekebabany ideas how to fix a GRUB error 17?01:43
K1765How do I find out the process, Frostwire is. It will not close on its own so im trying to kill from terminal01:43
rogue78is there any software for ubuntu like dragon naturally speaking?01:43
swaby1hi how can I get my wireless card working if I install xubuntu on my laptop01:43
pianoboy3333Flamekebab: try #grub?01:43
prestosdI have a NVIDIA Riva TNT (16MB)01:44
Flamekebabthanks, pianoboy333301:44
livingdaylightansivirus, now gedit was easy and quick01:44
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swaby1its a cheap truck stop wireless card01:44
pianoboy3333Flamekebab: not to deter you, just #grub -- if there is one -- may give you the best supporrt01:44
prestosdmy drivers are the nvidia-glx-legacy01:44
K1765How do I find out the process, Frostwire is. It will not close on its own so im trying to kill from terminal01:44
Dracelivingdaylight: don't feel bad. I don't like vi, either.01:44
rogue78is there any software for ubuntu like dragon naturally speaking? even a no would be an answer.01:44
pianoboy3333crimsun: so I'm guessing m-a was an alternative to the drivers package01:44
livingdaylightDrace, just a matter of knowing and getting used agues, but gedit sure seems simpler if one is adding a simple script to a file01:45
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scubes13hi all - looking for some guidance on getting an atheros wlan nic working under fresh install of edgy (currently displays as "ath0" under ifconfig, but cant scan for a network nor get any connection)01:45
prestosdpianoboy3333: my card is a NVIDIA Riva TNT and my drivers are nvidia-glx-legacy01:45
Jordan_UK1765: ps aux | grep frostwire may tell you.01:45
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rogue78crimsun: do you know of any speech recognition software for linux?01:45
therealbigusdickESC :q! :e A ESC uggh I can stand vi :)01:46
swaby1also if I instal xubuntu desktop can I switch between gnome and xubuntu01:46
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pianoboy3333prestosd: I'm not sure... sorry, I'm not good with nvidia cards01:46
therealbigusdickI cannot stand01:46
pianoboy3333therealbigusdick: so use pico or nano01:46
prestosdpianoboy3333: know anyone that is?01:46
MarcNswaby1: yes.01:46
wildchildcan someone pastebin the path of config file of firefox please?01:46
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pianoboy3333prestosd: yes.... but not in right now, and that would be wanting to help, sorry01:47
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swaby1does it hurt anything and will I still have the same programs01:47
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prestosdpianoboy3333: k, ttyl01:47
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livingdaylightsudo /usr/bin/update-menus   : command not found. Anyone know the correct command for updating menu?01:47
MarcNswaby1: not a problem, just additional programs are available.  You can run gnome apps from the xubuntu desktop.   Same with KDE apps01:47
ZehrilaI have a question. If I download and install the latest Ubuntu Home Edition and then install KDE over it, would that make the system identical to Kubuntu (not considering the extra Gnome, ofcourse)?01:48
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pianoboy3333crimsun: what are the binary package names for the source package alsa-library01:48
case1Hey ya'll, i was wondering if anybody knew how to setup a VNC repeater on a ubuntu server? I want to make use UltraVNC SC to allow my friends and family to go to my website, download the app and then I can connect from anywhere to their system using VNC so I can help them with helpdesk kinda stuff... anybody in here have any ideas or where to go or how to do that?01:48
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tonyyarussoswaby1: You'll have both sets of programs; some are the same between Gnome and XFCE, some aren't (by default), but you can use programs for either on either.01:48
MarcNZehrila: it should be the same.  Can't think of any differences.01:48
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ZehrilaMarcN: Thanks a lot. =] 01:48
Jordan_UZehrila: No, if you install kubuntu-desktop it would but your menus would be cluttered with both gnome and kde apps01:49
pianoboy3333crimsun: seems I have to compile those01:49
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naliothZehrila: you can have ubuntu- and kubuntu- and xubunt-desktop all installed at once with no ill effects01:49
ZehrilaJordan_U: Oh, I see. Well, that I suppose I can live with.01:49
JohnM555 I think I have really messed up my wireless settings(never was working really) Is there a way I can just clear all my interface settings and start again? Now when I try editing my wireless interface, I constantly get errors I shouldn't be getting.01:49
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JohnM555 Also, When trying to set the key for my interface, I get 'Error for wireless request "Set Encode" (8B2A) : SET failed on device eth2 : Unknown error 524', why is this happening, or how can I get more information on this error.01:50
eltechso how does ubuntu stand up as a distrobution01:50
eltechin a server enviroment?01:50
Zehrilanalioth: Well, actually I don't want to download all of them if I can download one and just install the other desktop environments over them. I'm on dialup. =[01:50
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eltechas a server .. wow a lil tied up :)01:50
tonyyarussoeltech: Well, I have a server running right next to me here.01:50
eltechso do i01:50
tonyyarussoSeems fine01:50
eltechthat wasnt what i asked :P01:51
noxxleim trying to share files with a friend on my network that is using windows XP. i have a single folder shared in my /home directory. He can see my computer on his network places but when he clicks it, it asks for a username and pass. nothing works here, i try to enter my login and pass but no avail01:51
naliothZehrila: you can do this procedure with alternate-install CDs of kubuntu, ubuntu and xubuntu  if you wish01:51
eltechive got a gentoo and a centos box01:51
noxxlei choose samba when i shared my folder01:51
eltechlooking to build a new production box01:51
noxxlei can see HIS shared folder on MY computer01:51
ZehrilaJordan_U: BTW if instead of using kubuntu-desktop, I chose kde-core, I won't have to deal with all the KDE apps, right?01:51
tonyyarussoeltech: What do you mean by "stand up" then?  It runs and does everything I've asked it to so far..anything in particular you're looking for?01:52
Jordan_UZehrila: Yes.01:52
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Zehrilanalioth: Yeah, but that would also involve downloading alternate-install CDs for each kubuntu disto, no?01:52
ZehrilaJordan_U: Great, thanks. =] 01:52
noxxlehelp me01:52
wildchildwhere is firefox located if I installed it by apt?01:52
eltechtonyyarusso you manage everything via yum?01:52
tonyyarussoeltech: No, aptitude.  (yum is an rpm thing, no?)01:52
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naliothZehrila: your local university or shipit may provide you with ready-made discs01:53
eltechrunning mail, dns, web, etc?01:53
naliothZehrila: also your library may have ways to let you get the discs01:53
Zehrilanalioth: I'm in a third world country which isn't too *nix-aware yet, heh.01:53
scubes13eltech: for server, may wanna give Annvix a look over, very nice distro - just my $0.0201:53
eltechafter 5 years of gentoo break fix.. i need a easy path for a few months :P01:53
caffiendAnyone know how to extract an ISO image to a USB drive to boot and install Linux?  I have the UB-serv-6.10..01:54
naliothZehrila: i'm sure there are other folks here that are near you01:54
eltechscubes13 will do .. im also considering openbsd01:54
ZehrilaDownloading seems to be the only option, since Shipit doesn't seem to be offering 6.10.01:54
eltechand completely going the other with postfix rather then qmail01:54
eltechim just tired .. :)01:54
tonyyarussocaffiend: I think I bookmarked something about that...hold on01:54
naliothZehrila: please join me in #ubuntu-offtopic01:54
Zehrilanalioth: Sure.01:54
noxxleis it safe to write to a windows system on my network?01:55
Jordan_Uwildchild: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/30913/01:55
Jordan_Uwildchild: Ignore that :)01:55
JosefKnoxxle: over Samba/Windows File Sharing - yes01:55
tonyyarussocaffiend: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromUSBStick perhaps01:55
Jordan_Uwildchild: firefox: /usr/bin/firefox /etc/firefox /usr/lib/firefox /usr/X11R6/bin/firefox /usr/bin/X11/firefox /usr/share/firefox /usr/share/man/man1/firefox.1.gz01:55
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noxxlenoxxle how is that safe? i heard writing to NTFS can corrupt things01:56
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Pelogood evening folks01:56
Jordan_Uwildchild: That is the output of: whereis firefox :)01:56
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scubes13eltech: let me know what you think of it when u give it a try, need help, etc check over at #annvix ;)01:56
JosefKnoxxle: it isn't NTFS if it's over a network though, you're using SMB - the remote machine handles all the actual I/O to the drive01:56
MarcNnoxxle: only if you are using linux to write to an NTFS disk.01:56
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noxxleoh ok great!01:56
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eltechscubes13 thanks for the offer :)01:56
noxxleany idea why my friend cannot connect to me, but i can connect to him01:57
scubes13eltech: no probs01:57
caffiendtonyyarusso: muchas gracias mi amigo! :)01:57
JosefKnoxxle: firewall/router?01:57
noxxlethats not it01:57
canuteHi there, because of my ber lameness, my brain switched the mv and rm commands. So basicly i removed a file which i was suppose to move, is there some command to get that file back?01:57
scubes13anyone have experience with ath0 under edgy?01:57
JosefKcanute: nope01:57
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JosefKcanute: hard lesson, but well learned (make backups :/)01:57
Pelocanute,  look for a back up file01:58
Peloor tell us the name of the file and I will dcc it to you01:58
JosefKtrue, there's a possibility there's a file there as 'Filename~'01:58
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canutethis was a php file i had been working on01:58
JosefKcanute: if you were working on it in gedit/vim, there'll be that backup file01:58
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canutehm, gPHPedit :p01:59
JosefKcanute: ls -a in the same path to find it01:59
rogue78is there any software for ubuntu like dragon naturally speaking?01:59
JosefKcanute: hmm :/ it's worth a try anyway :)01:59
webhedAnyone familiar with Musicbrainz or Picard?01:59
Pelocanute,  backup file will be  filename.exte~01:59
canutebah, no backup02:00
JosefKcanute: if you're worried about it in future, edit your ~/.bashrc and add 'alias rm="rm -i"'02:00
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JosefKcanute: that'll at least give you a prompt and a mental jog before you remove anything (you can add -f if you want to override the warning)02:00
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wildchildwhere is my home directory of firefox?02:01
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Pelowildchild,  /home/user/.mozilla02:01
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bkinmanI am trying to install, ubuntu 6.10 under virtual pc 7... anybody tried this? It's giving me graphics ugliness when i try to start the installer.02:03
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wildchildPelo: still can't find config file of firefox :S02:03
bruenigwildchild, it is not a confg file per se, it is a config directory02:03
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Pelowildchild   in the firefox adress bar   about:config02:03
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preactionI upgraded to edgy, and now totem's brightness/contrast controls don't work. I've tried changing my gstreamer output plugin to no avail.02:04
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wildchildPelo: don't understand :S02:04
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Pelowildchild,  what are you looking for ?02:05
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odindoes anyone know how to fix the fonts when using fluxbox/enlightenment instead of gnome?02:05
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bkinmanNobody here has tried to install edgy under virtual pc? It looks like perhaps the installer wants to be 24but, but virtual pc only supports 16 bit.02:05
wildchildconfig file of firefox, to set up some network for supporting mms protocol..02:06
kiloxhi can anyone help with the blank screen problems please02:06
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Pelowildchild,  in the firefox adress bar  type this line  "about:congif"  without the quotes,  is that what you need ?02:06
sizzamanyone know how to get the gnome foot icon in the menu bar on the gnome panel instead of the ubuntu logo?02:07
sizzamin edgy02:07
wildchildyes, thx02:07
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digbyok guys got a question... using new nvidia driver and it segfaults every time i try to run anything that requires graphic acceleration02:07
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digbythis is on edgy with the new nvidia driver02:08
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digbyanyone knows if and where it drops the core file02:08
Pelodigby,  we'Re not ignoring you, we don'T know02:09
pianoboy3333crimsun: I just rebooted, and snd-hda-intel did not automatically load, so I had to not only modprobe that, but all the other snd_* modules, is there a way to get it to start up?02:09
pianoboy3333crimsun: start up with the computer that is02:09
digbycool thanks :D02:10
kiloxhi can anyone help with the blank screen problems please02:10
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digbyi appreciate the honesty02:10
digby :D02:10
psionicsomebody speak spanish??02:10
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digbyun pocoquito02:11
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Pelo!sp > psionic02:11
psionicje je02:11
ubotusp: James Clark's SGML parsing tools. In component main, is optional. Version 1.3.4-1.2.1-47 (edgy), package size 158 kB, installed size 564 kB02:11
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Pelonot what I had in mine02:11
psionictengo problemas para instalar02:11
psionicel adobe acrobat reader en mi ubuntu02:11
digbyhahaha the only thing in spanish i know! yo quiero comer tu hermana :D02:11
Pelopsionic,  I was trying to trigger a script with the name of a spanish channel ,  apparently it doesn'T work02:12
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psionicdigby....please this is serious...02:12
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digbyoops sorry02:12
kiloxHello can someone point to where can I find a solution for blank screen problems02:12
Pelopsionic,   no abla espanol ,  pero ,  esta possible de utilisar  automatix para la installation de acrobat reader02:12
keebblank screen when, kilox?02:12
psionic..no problem man02:12
mnoir#ubuntu-es  is a spanish channel02:13
kiloxafter boot02:13
ubotuPara Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, all obtendrn mas ayuda.02:13
ubotuautomatix is a script that tries to install some software, and often fails and breaks systems. We don't provide support for it, and we strongly discourage its use.02:13
psionicthanks.....please give me the url02:13
keebhttp://automatix.org ?02:13
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bkinmanhow do you turn off that annoying slider bar when ubuntu is booting?02:13
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psionicthanks to everybody02:14
porchohello. I have a question about linux swap partition. i've just repartioned my hdd: I freed some space of a ntfs partition and created another swap partition out of it. fact is, linux isn't taking into account this new swap partition I've created, though I've already updated /etc/fstab. Is there anything else I should do?02:14
psionici gonna to proof it02:14
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digbywow nice spanish support02:14
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psionicso long!!02:14
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digbyany idea?02:14
digbyon my issue?02:14
tjb891does anyone know when firefox 2.0 is coming out for ubuntu?02:14
Pelotjb891,   two weeks ago02:15
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tjb891Pelo: is it in synaptic02:15
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Pelotjb891,  it's part of edgy02:15
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tjb891Pelo:is edgy out of bete yet02:15
infidelcan someone help me with this, i have the working fglrx driver but it won't load when x loads i have to load it like this sudo insmod /lib/modules/2.6.17-10-386/misc/fglrx.ko then restart X any ideals? i tried sticking it in /etc/modules02:16
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LjLtjb891: since 6th october02:16
Pelotjb891,  I guess there is probably a package on the mozilla site02:16
tjb891how do i upgrade to edgy?02:16
Pelotjb891,   technicaly speaking edgy was out of beta at the end of october when they did the official release02:16
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tjb891Pelo: so how do I upgrade?02:17
Pelotjb891,  dont, upgrade that bit is buggy, dl the cd and install from scratch,  just backup your home folder first02:17
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LjL!upgrade | tjb89102:17
ubotutjb891: For upgrading, see instructions at: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes (you can also find this in the channel topic: type "/topic")  -  See also !downgrade02:17
tjb891i might but i have alot of hardwere specific setting that took me hours, and some i forgot how to do02:17
bruenigthe fresh install is always so much better, perhaps that is why I never have issues02:18
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LjLif it's buggy why do we have it in the topic?02:18
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PeloLjL,   a bu;nch of ppl , myself included spent days trying to upgrade and then had to dl the cd/dvd and do it from scratch , so ...02:19
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LjLPelo, did you have any non-official packages installed when you upgraded?02:19
kitcheyeah it the upgrade says not to use update-manager -c02:19
Peloit was horrible02:19
LjL(or third-party repositories enabled)02:19
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PeloLjL,  what do you mean non official ?  I use a french install02:19
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kitcheLjL; on ubuntu.com it says not use update-manager -c since it will break your system02:20
LjLPelo, i mean having things that are not from the Ubuntu repositories02:20
LjLit does? then really, why do we have that in the topic?02:20
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LjLkitche: pointer?02:20
PeloLjL,  well, I had the automatix repo and the wine one02:20
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crimsunpianoboy3333: alsa-lib provides lib*asound202:20
LjLPelo, that's a bit like looking for trouble though02:21
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Poromenosdoes wpa work with edgy?02:21
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crimsunpianoboy3333: dmesg should provides clues as to why the drivers weren't loaded automagically02:21
crimsunPoromenos: yes02:21
Poromenoscrimsun: how?02:21
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kitcheLjL: it's right on edgyUpgrade website02:21
sgorilladoes X11 normally have wavy/slow scrolling?02:21
crimsunPoromenos: I use wpa supplicant via interfaces(5), not network-manager*02:21
LjLPelo, we don't even recommend automatix, much less so recommend to have it installed / have its repository enabled while upgrading...02:21
crimsunsgorilla: in what sense02:21
Poromenoscrimsun: ah, does it not work with NM?02:22
omV0hi, i'm trying to install my wireless usb and i followed a simple FAQ but when i try "modprobe ndiswrapper" i get "invalid argument" error02:22
crimsunPoromenos: it does work well for some wifi chipsets02:22
crimsunPoromenos: I just prefer the interfaces(5) syntax02:22
LjLkitche: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EdgyUpgrades you mean?02:22
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Poromenoscrimsun: ah... for me it doesn't show a WPA option, only WEP02:22
kiloxHello can someone point to where can I find a solution for blank screen problems02:22
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sgorillacrimsun: when i scroll in firefox, its slow to update02:22
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bruenigwhen I set an alias using alias whatever='command' where does it store that?02:23
sgorillacrimsun: kind of flashes on the screen, as opposed to windows where its just smooth02:23
crimsunsgorilla: not a "wavy/slow scrolling" issue02:23
Pelokilox,  we don'T know what the blank screen problem is ,  you'll have to elaborate02:23
youserhey how do i nautilus to my filesystem folders?02:23
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omV0when i do modprobe ndiswrapper it says: "FATAL: Error inserting ndiswrapper (/lib/modules/2.6.17-10-generic/kernel/drivers/net/ndiswrapper/ndiswrapper.ko): Invalid argument"02:23
ax7you tell me02:23
NewcomerXbHow come my computer keeps booting up my external HD as device 0,0 even though the grub looks for device 2,0 for linux??02:23
yousernautilus only takes me to home folder which is dumb cuz i already  have permissions there02:23
NewcomerXbi have to chaneg it in grub every time02:23
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porchohey, I've figured out how to set up a second linux swap partition...I'm happy now! :-)02:24
Peloyouser look in the tool bar there is a my computer icon or something02:24
NewcomerXbI plugged in the other two HDs, but it wont recognize them as C:/ and D:/ as they used to. C:/ is where windows xp is02:24
NewcomerXbcan anyone help?02:24
yousertoolbar under places?02:24
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sgorillacrimson: well its wavy/flashing and slow02:24
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sgorillacrimsun: like its redrawing the movement from top to bottom02:24
PeloNewcomerXb,   in linux  c:/ and d:/ don't apply02:25
sgorillathis has been in all the linux versions i have used02:25
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Poromenosany idea why network manager doesn't have an WPA option02:25
NewcomerXbIm talking about the bios at boot02:25
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youserwhat toolbar?02:25
PeloNewcomerXb,  check the forum for mounting  hdd instrustions02:25
NewcomerXbit used to load from the HD where winxp is02:25
kitcheLjL: no on another page it has the update-manager -c scratched out and says don't use this since we have many bug reports on it breaking a system02:25
NewcomerXbive tried to forum ;_; its not  mounting problem. it simply isnt recognizing the drives somehow02:25
PeloNewcomerXb,   maybe it's your booth order02:26
NewcomerXbaha, how can i change that?02:26
Peloyouser,  the toolbar in nautilus02:26
dandy_mhow to use aptitude in installing mplayer?02:26
PeloNewcomerXb,   your bios,  you find out02:26
NewcomerXbit used to see the external as device 2,0 in grub, before i got a new motherboard. Now it doesnt :/02:26
NewcomerXboh. i have to edit bios02:26
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PeloNewcomerXb,  therer should be a boot order options somewhere in your bios02:27
LjLkitche, i can't find that... if it's true, we need to inform people about it. i'm googling for update-manager at ubuntu.com but can't really find the right page02:27
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youserit still said i have no permissions02:27
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youseri opened nautilus02:27
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youserwent to computer02:27
youserwent to the folder tried to put the filesin and it said i dont have permissions02:28
PelodAndy,   just open up aptitude and search for mplayer,  then install that package,  dependencies if any should be installed right along02:28
kiloxHello can someone point to where can I find a solution for blank screen problems02:28
scubes13atheros under edgy... anyone?02:28
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SS2scubes13: yes me02:28
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Peloyouser,  open nautilus using   alt+f2    gksu  nautilus02:28
SS2it works, you need to install the restrictet kernel moduls02:29
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Poromenosany idea why network manager doesn't have an WPA option?02:29
SS2then it will work fine02:29
scubes13SS2: thank goodness :)02:29
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Pelokilox,  we don'T know what the blank screen problem is ,  you'll have to elaborate02:29
SS2i also have a problem atm with ppp02:29
scubes13SS2: hmm, ok, had them installed to begin with, need to reinstall or something?02:29
SS2how can i remove all configs again?02:29
kiloxwell is a very common problem02:29
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porchoNewcomerXb, it might be under Advance Boot Options02:29
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Pelokilox,  if it is a very commond problem search for it in the forum02:30
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kiloxWhen the live cd installation starts02:30
martyyyrhow do I copy files from a mounted ntfs drive to my /home dir?02:30
t3m17how do you add apps to startup with xgl?02:30
slick_nickhallo -- can anyone help with a termcap/terminfo type problem with gnome terminal?02:30
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kiloxwell obvious I hav but none of the offered solutions as worked for me02:30
Pelot3m17,   system > admin > sessions02:30
skeltercan anyone help me troubleshoot a (lack of) sound problem I'm having? edgy 64bit02:30
t3m17thanks Pelo02:30
slick_nicki have gnu screen set up so that (ctrl + left arrow) and (ctrl + right arrow) lt me switch between windows, but in gnome multi-terminal it just prints Cs and Ds02:30
Pelot3m17,  make that systems > prefs >`sessions02:30
youserthanks man02:30
porchomatyyr, do u know where the ntfs drive is mounted?02:31
t3m17also, I go into xgl when I load and the shutdown and reboot options are taken away from the quit menu02:31
skeltermartyyyr: cp?02:31
t3m17is there a wa to add those back02:31
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pianoboy3333crimsun: http://piano.juicemedia.tv/junk/alsaprobs <-- I can't make any sense of it, it all seems like mush to me, seems like it can't load/register some important modules? '...' is where I took out parts that didn't seem important, let me know if you want my whole dmesg02:31
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martyyyrporcho, yes, and I use  sudo cp  to copy it,  but it tells me it omits the directory I want to copy02:31
skeltercp -r02:31
Peloslick_nick,  check the keyboard shortcuts in  system >`prefs > kb shortcuts02:31
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skelter-r for recursive, when copying directories02:32
porchoyou should use cp -r02:32
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guevaraFriends, I have a Acer TravelMate 2420 notebook...02:32
martyyyraww... I love you guys :)02:32
shonenblah im having an issue with BCM4318 i hate you wifi card02:32
skelterno love for me, though...this sound issue is frustrating02:32
slick_nickPelo: thanks, checking02:33
guevaraWhen I use my Ubuntu CD to start the system, it get so slow that I just can't use02:33
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guevaraWhat can i do?02:33
guevaraI want to migrate to Linux02:33
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Peloguevara,  open the system monitor and see what is using your memory and cpu02:34
LjLguevara: how much RAM?02:34
regeyaguevara, I'd like to move to another country.  what should I do?02:34
skeltermaybe he has a very slow CD drive?02:34
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therealbigusdickhahaha how funny, not02:34
Peloregeya,  you don'T have to move anyomre ,  reason has come back to your gov02:34
neshasome times it happens to me02:34
guevararegeya If you are a girl, I am looking for a parter in this life =) I live in Brazil02:34
regeyaPelo: heh02:34
skelterguevara: i can think of better ways to meet women02:35
ubotu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!02:35
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Peloregeya,  well ok maybe not reasy but at least  lunacy as left the building02:35
neshathre to five times loads normaly and one time load so sloooow02:35
guevaraskelter take it easy, man...02:35
therealbigusdickguevara, do you think you will find a girl in #ubuntu who travels to brazil and marry you lol02:35
skelterdoes anyone know how to troubleshoot sound issues?02:35
regeyaPelo: I work in an office full of Republicans, boss included, who isn't happy about Rumsfeld being thrown to the wolves.  I have to keep my politics to myself for a while now.  And yes, it's time to be ontopic. :-D02:35
pianoboy3333skelter: lol... crimsun...02:35
guevaraI was just kidding02:36
LjLoff. topic.02:36
neshaOD is BenQ DD DW-164002:36
neshasame thing happening with LiteOn SHM-165P6S02:36
pianoboy3333skelter: but he's at his computer on and off02:36
neshaRAM 1 GB02:36
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neshaEpox 8RDA+ motherboard02:36
omV0i'm trying to connect to a wireless network and ndiswrapper says "driver installed, hardware present" but i'm still not sure how to get on...02:36
neshaNvidia 7600GS 256MB graphic card02:37
pontusenwhat's the best direct connect hub for linux?02:37
neshaPrimary HDD WD1600JS02:37
SuspectHi all ... Can anyone please step me through rewriting a file on my mounted windows NTFS partition from ubuntu? I need to replace hal.dll02:37
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neshaSecondary HDD WD800BD02:37
LjL!fuse | Suspect02:37
SuspectI tried mv but it said it was a read-only partition02:37
ubotuSuspect: Though it's still very unsafe, you can read about Ubuntu NTFS writing here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lkraider/NtfsFuse02:37
SuspectAlright .. thanks02:37
neshaBenQ is Primary master02:37
neshaLiteOn is Secondary master02:38
neshaHDDs are SATA02:38
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martyyyrhow do I open directories in the file browser to which I don't normally have permissions to?02:39
profoX`can i get some help with jack here? :) trying to find out how I can route alsa output from a program to jack.. i tried modifying my .asoundrc, but it seems that I miss something in alsa.. in ubuntu 6.0602:39
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guevaraAs I was saying...02:39
guevaraI want to use Linux in my machine02:39
porchomartyyr, u can't02:39
guevaraI have an Ubuntu CD already02:39
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martyyyrporcho.... are you serious?02:40
guevaraBut it do not recognize my hardware and run so slowly02:40
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profoX`guevara: the live cd?02:40
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guevaraprofoX` just a momment02:40
profoX`guevara: i'm thinking of 3 possible causes of that problem02:40
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kitchemartyyyr: you will have to use the root version of your filemanager but be careful sicne it can do damage if you delete something that's not suppose to be02:41
LjL!sudo | martyyyr02:41
ubotumartyyyr: sudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.02:41
martyyyroh just use sudo...02:41
SuspectLjL: justin@Plutonium:~$ sudo ntfsmount /dev/hda1 /media/hda1 -o umask=000702:41
SuspectCouldn't mount device '/dev/hda1': Invalid argument02:41
SuspectMount failed.02:41
LjLmartyyyr, no02:41
profoX`guevara: 1. either your cdrom/dvdrom player is broken, or 2. DMA doesn't work/isn't enabled on your cd/dvd player, or 3. you have ACPI problems causing everything to hang and run hella slow02:41
LjL!paste | Suspect02:41
ubotuSuspect: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (you can always find it in the channel topic, among other useful things)02:41
guevaraVersion 6.06 for PC02:41
porchomartyyyr, when u start the file browser, it sticks to your uid, which identifies u as a user...so you are just allowed to list dirs u have permission to...02:41
LjLi've never tried the NTFS stuff anyway, Suspect02:41
SuspectI don't consider 3 lines a flood02:41
Suspectif it was like 5+ I would use a pastebin02:42
martyyyrwell, I typed   sudo nautilus in a terminal02:42
martyyyrand now I can access the files02:42
porchoif you do sudo, then u're running file browser as superuser...so u can access any dir...02:42
guevaraprofoX` My notebook is a TravelMate 2420 Celeron 1.5 256 4002:42
profoX`Suspect: yea, but.. its busy here :p02:42
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porchobe careful not to mess with things! :-)02:42
profoX`guevara: ahh.. acer.. very bad things02:42
SuspectStupid Microsoft02:42
shoneni have you Broadcom...you are the devil...lalala02:42
shonenerr hate*02:42
guevaraprofoX` yes...02:42
SuspectHow only a single DLL becomes corrupt is beyond me02:42
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profoX`guevara: have you checked a site like www.linux-laptops.net ?02:43
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profoX`argh remove the s02:43
guevaraprofoX` no...02:43
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martyyyrdoes apt-get always download stuff from the net?02:44
guevaraprofoX` what is the command to open the system monitor?02:44
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kitchemartyyyr: it can use a cdrom as well but pretty much yes02:44
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profoX`guevara: gnome-system-monitor02:44
martyyyrthen why on earth does this "how to get your wireless working" howto tell me to use apt-get to download drivers :S02:44
LjLmartyyyr, apt-get is used to get new applications... what did you expect? :o)02:44
profoX`guevara: or just go to Administrtion -> system monitor02:44
profoX`or something like that02:45
profoX`don't know how it is in english02:45
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jribmartyyyr: probably on the cd.  What exactly do you need?02:45
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LjLmartyyyr, it assumes you can connect temporarily via other means. unfortunately some wireless cards are hard to get to work, thanks to the manufacturers, and you mostly do need to use apt-get to try and get them to work02:45
Poromenoshow do i see wpa_supplicant's status?02:45
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martyyyrjrib:  drivers for my broadcom nic02:45
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LeoStewartDoes anyone know of a program that I can use to edit songs?  Like, to combine two songs, or cut parts out of a song?02:47
sloucherI just install a new SATA drive. It works great but doesn't show up in df ? How do I tell the du or how full the drive is?02:47
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shonenuh there is a program that you can DL on the newest version of ubuntu called Audacity02:47
BudSmokerCan i ask a question.. If i had a large file that I wanted to tar before i downloaded from the server into like 14 or 20mb chunkcs02:47
profoX`guevara: according to a french ubuntu wiki (I'm not french, but I can read it ;) i read your travelmate should work pretty good with ubuntu....02:47
shonenits a cut and paste kinda deal LeoStewart02:47
BudSmokerwhat arguments would i need02:47
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LeoStewartshonen: i'll give it a go and report back02:48
LeoStewartshonen: thanks.02:48
jribmartyyyr: yeah i don't know about those.  What LjL said probably applies here.  Are you using the guide on the ubuntu wiki?02:48
martyyyrjrib, the guide on the forums02:48
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LjL!wifi | martyyyr02:49
ubotumartyyyr: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:49
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martyyyryeah I've been looking thru the wiki for ages... but no luck02:49
martyyyrthanks tho02:49
skelter!sound | skelter02:49
ubotuskelter: If 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, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DebuggingSoundProblems  and http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin02:49
LjL!msg the bot02:50
ubotuPlease investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots  -  Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops... ;-)02:50
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martyyyrI guess I'll just buy another cable02:50
jribmartyyyr: it's not https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx ?02:50
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martyyyrjrib, it is02:50
LjLmartyyyr, or get a supported card02:50
LjLunless it's a laptop that is02:50
martyyyrit's a laptop02:51
LjLok then get a cable :P02:51
profoX`can i get some help with jack here? :) trying to find out how I can route alsa output from a program to jack.. i tried modifying my .asoundrc, but it seems that I miss something in alsa.. in ubuntu 6.0602:51
martyyyrand it's not impossible to get this card working... but it's a pain :)02:51
omV0how do i get on a wireless network? ndiswrapper says drivers installed, device detected02:51
Poromenosseems that we all have the same problem02:51
omV0and i iwconfigged the network's settings...02:51
martyyyrespecially since my usb flash devices don't seem to work and I can't use a cd02:51
omV0but how do i connect?02:51
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LjLmartyyyr, if there are drivers for it somewhere, it can't be impossible - but without a working internet connection in the first place, yeah, it can be quite annoying to do.02:51
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martyyyrLjL, yup, that's my problem :)02:52
LjLmartyyyr, that sounds even more annoying. weird though02:52
seani am not able to make a backup using dvdshrink or dvddecrypter of certain DVDS. i have libdvdcss2 installed and when i rip the cd in windows with ANYDVD running with the same two programs i am am able to rip without any problems.  does anyone have any suggestions?02:52
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Pelo!wireless | omV002:52
ubotuomV0: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:52
omV0thanks ubotu!02:52
ubotuI am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl  -  Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBots02:52
martyyyromg .... I am such an idiot02:52
martyyyrI could download the files on windows.. and then mount the windows partition!02:53
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martyyyrok that's it...  3am is NOT a good time to be installing linux... good night all02:53
rwoesI haven't been able to figure out how to change ALL of my mp3 icons at once in nautilus.  I have a very nice icon i want to change them to.  can somebody pleease tell me how to proceed?02:53
Poromenosit's 4 am here02:53
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infideli'm using ubuntu 6.10 i have the latest driver working but the problem i have is it won't load unless i do it manually i have to sudo insmod /lib/modules/2.6.17-10-386/misc/fglrx.ko and restart x any ideals02:53
martyyyrPoromenos, well, I've had a tough week :P02:54
Pelorwoes,  if you find out let me know02:54
omV0ubotu: i followed those directions and everything seemed to work.. but when it said "At this point I had a functioning wireless network using the Netgear WG111 USB dongle." nothing was happening on my computer... i still can't go online02:54
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about i followed those directions and everything seemed to work.. but when it said "At this point I had a functioning wireless network using the Netgear WG111 USB dongle." nothing was happening on my computer... i still can't go online - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:54
rwoescool Pelo -- will do02:54
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omV0oh thanks bruenig =)02:55
PeloomV0,  ubotu is just a bot, don'T ask questions of it02:55
omV0damn mirc doesnt color code things so i cant see when people type to me...02:55
omV0i followed those directions and everything seemed to work.. but when it said "At this point I had a functioning wireless network using the Netgear WG111 USB dongle." nothing was happening on my computer... i still can't go online02:55
bruenigrwoes, try to track down the icon, and then replace it, it is probably in /usr/share/pixmaps02:55
LjLomV0: i think it has an option for that02:55
PeloomV0,  try looking up your problem in the forum02:55
omV0Pelo: i did.. it says that 'ifup wlan0' should return an ip.. i get 'Interface wlan0 already configured'02:56
rwoeslick rm oriig.png orig.png-bak ? then rm newone.png orig.ng?02:56
lullabudbruenig:  it's probably not so drastic as replacing the file.  changing a preference is more what i'd go with.02:56
LjLrwoes: ?!02:56
LjLrwoes: "rm" deletes files02:56
rwoeslong nite02:56
brueniglullabud, either way02:56
PeloomV0,  I don'T know anything about  wireless connections,  I am just pointing you to the usual resources , sorry02:57
LjLrwoes, that's *not* a mistake you should made. and i speak out of experience :P02:57
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rwoesLjL -- glad i made it here instead of there02:57
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LjLactually, i suggest adding an alias that turns "rm" into "rm -i", that's what i do02:58
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rwoesok i am an azz02:58
rwoesthanks bruenig -- that is an excellent idea02:58
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rwoesgoinna try it :)02:58
rwoes mv mv mv02:58
rwoesok laters02:58
rwoesi'll let you know, pelo02:59
Poromenosdoes anyone here have any experience with wpa_supplicant?02:59
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crimsunPoromenos: which wifi chipset do you use?03:02
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Poromenoscrimsun: i don't know, it's a netgear WG311v203:02
crimsunatheros iirc03:03
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immeHey all. What do I need to look for if I want to cahnge the startupscreen, the one that first said ubuntu, but now says kubuntu? The one with the texts underneath...03:03
lullabudcrimsun:  try `lspci` to make sure.03:03
bsniderwhat's a good tv app for gnome?03:03
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lullabudimme:  system -> administration -> login screen03:04
crimsunPoromenos: see lullabud's statement03:04
lullabudimme:  er... login window.03:04
LjL!info zapping | bsnider03:04
Poromenoslspci | grep anything?03:04
ubotuzapping: television viewer for the GNOME environment. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.9.6-3ubuntu3 (edgy), package size 955 kB, installed size 2532 kB03:04
lullabudPoromenos:  you could grep -i atheros if you want, or you could | less03:04
syko21how do you edit the startup programs manually? i added beryl manager but it keeps crashing the panels in Gnome so i need to remove it from the startup list03:04
immelullabud: Nope... before that... before X11 even starts03:05
lullabudPoromenos:  or you could just scroll that.03:05
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lullabudimme:  if it says kde, you're probably using KDE as your default window manager.  did you install the KDE package?03:05
Poromenostexas instruments03:05
lullabudimme:  either way, you can log in and change the preferences of the login window.03:05
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LjLlullabud, he's talking about usplash i think, not about the display manager03:05
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immelullabud: I'm not talking about the login window. and it doesn't say kde, it says kubuntu, and it's because I have also got kubuntu installed, but I want it to display something else.03:06
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lullabudimme:  oooh, the splash.03:07
immelullabud: That could be it.03:07
lullabudimme:  yeah, i don't know anything about that.  i never see that screen anyways. :P03:07
immelullabud: Quick computer or no restarts?03:07
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lullabudimme:  no restarts.03:08
lullabudimme:  and mostly headless anyhow.03:08
lullabudimme:  i'm an xdmcp kind of guy.03:08
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lullabudimme:  honestly, i just access ubuntu from x11 on my mac.03:08
lullabudxnest is the shizz.03:08
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burnercan anyone help me configure an external display or multiple displays on a Compaq laptop with an ATI Radeon 7500 Mobility card?03:09
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sean_LjL: ping03:09
burnerMy second display 4:3 won't display on screen03:09
LjLsean_: pong03:09
immelullabud: 'kay... cool.03:10
sean_LjL: back to the real world again. Thank you03:10
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fiveironis there an applet to detect wifi access points?03:13
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Pelofiveiron,  this is freenode you don'T realy expect us to answer that do you ?03:14
immeHmmm @ gnome-look.org the splashscreen folder/section looks like a dump-map for all sorts of splashes, from grub 'til usplash03:14
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fiveironbleh fine... i'll look it up... :-P03:14
gerHey everybody03:14
thordoes anyone know how to get decent fonts running enlightenment in ubuntu?03:15
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pudlandhello all03:15
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gerI'm having a fonts problem, I can't readthe ones in my web browser.03:15
gerAny help??03:15
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Peloger,  what too small ?03:16
gerno, un-readable03:16
Peloger, which browser ?03:16
geronly can read them when I highlight them03:16
fridgehas linux moved on from 'scsi add-single-device 0 0 0 0' > /proc/scsi/scsi -- what is the recommended way of removing and adding scsi devices?03:16
lullabudso, i was talking to a guy from canonical today and he was saying that ubuntu runs faster on the Sun Fire T2000 than solaris does.03:16
burnerfiveiron: use network-manager :)03:16
Peloger,  check the prefs03:16
orvillei can't install flash.03:16
gerin the browser?03:16
pudlandi followed the howto. https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CompositeManager... I get a blue/grey checkered startup screen but no beryl splash03:17
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Peloger,  what do you think ???03:17
burnerfiveiron: better yet, sudo apt-get install network-manager-gnome03:17
pudland beryl-man is running as is emerald/Xgl/xorg03:17
orvillewhy can't i install flash in ubuntu?03:17
geri'll try03:17
fiveironburner, how the heck are you man03:17
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burnerorville: add universe repositories?03:17
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/FreeFormats03:17
pudlandany ideas?03:17
orvilleburner: it wont install. from synaptic03:18
JohnM555Hey burner, I installed the network-manager deb by transfering it via usb because I dont have internet access on my machine, how can I launch the program?03:18
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JohnM555(I already installed it)03:18
orvilleit's been "Downloading..." for about 5 minutes now03:18
orvilleI also can't install it from within the browser.03:18
burnerJohnM555: run "nm-applet" ?03:18
X5-452Thanks everybody03:18
JohnM555Type that into the terminal?03:18
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burnerJohnM555: or via alt+f203:19
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orvilledoes anyone have the flash package available?03:19
burnerfiveiron: after you get network-manager-gnome or network-manager-kde (your choice) then run nm-applet if it doesn't just show up in the notification area03:19
Pelo!flash | orville03:19
ubotuorville: For 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/FreeFormats03:19
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burnerorville: i swear it's in the repositories03:20
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JohnM555burner: I typed nm-applet in the termal but that didn't work, am I doing it wrong?03:20
burnerdid an error come up in the term?03:20
tonyyarussoburner: How is it for you?  (Haven't tried it yet)03:20
burnerJohnM555: do you have a notification area in the taskbar?03:20
JohnM555burner: nm-applet: command not found03:20
orvillePelo: yes. i'm already at that page. which is how i got to the "Downloading..." part... which doesn't actually download.03:20
JohnM555burner: Um...I don't even know :\03:20
JohnM555burner: probably not...03:20
burnerJohnM555: you didn't get network-manager-gnome then03:21
burnerJohnM555: you need that as well as network-manager03:21
tonyyarussoJohnM555, burner: Likely means network-manager was installed, but not network-manager-gnome, which is a "recommends" dependency, meaning synaptic won't get it by default03:21
bkinmanwhat is the command to begin the ubuntu installer from the ubuntu desktop disk?03:21
Peloorville read the instuctions carefuly03:21
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tonyyarussobkinman: Double-click?03:21
JohnM555burner: ohh ok, I'll look that up on the internet. Its a pain not having internet on my ubuntu. I have to transfer everything via usb03:21
burnerfiveiron: forgot if i answered, but network-manager rocks!  still some issues with wpa networks i think, but other than that I love it03:21
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burnerJohnM555: it have a wireless?  or wired?03:22
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bkinmantonyyarusso: x is not working for me.03:22
fiveironburner, i'm having some trouble finding that... its not on the CD is it...03:22
orvillePelo: i have. if there is magical reference between the lines which i'm suppsed to be discerning then mayhaps you should just point it out.03:22
burnerJohnM555: you don't need network-manager to get internet working ;)03:22
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burnerfiveiron: it's not... apt-get it03:22
orvillereading, believe it or not, is something i'm capable of.03:22
tonyyarussobkinman: Ah.  That's a bummer..03:22
rslAnyone else running Amarok?03:22
JohnM555burner: I am trying to get wireless to work on it. and I want to use the network-manager because everything else I have tried failed03:22
orvillersl: i am03:22
tom_i use amarok03:23
tonyyarussobkinman: Might need to use the alternate CD then; I'm not sure if what you want is possible with the desktop.03:23
JohnM555I think I messed up my interface, I used to be able to set the wep key but now I can't, is there a way to reset all my wireless settings?03:23
burnerJohnM555: iwconfig and a dhclient usually work for me, but try network-manager-gnome first, then we'll talk command line wireless config :)03:23
JohnM555burner: Ok03:23
rslorville, when you run lsof /dev/snd/* from a terminal, do you get like 6 lines with amarokapp?03:23
rslI'm trying to figure out if that's normal.03:23
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fiveironburner, i'm fine with command line... already reading up on iwconfig03:23
bkinmantonyyarusso: I could probably configure x to work on my machine from the desktop cd... how would i go about that though?03:23
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burnerJohnM555: you can set it via the gnome system->administration->networking03:24
orvillersl: yes03:24
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rslorville, cool.03:24
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JohnM555burner: Oh believe me, I've tried :\03:24
Poromenoshow can i make ubuntu desktop into a LAMP server, is there a list of what I have to install?03:24
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tonyyarussobkinman: Either through 'sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg' or manually editing /etc/X11/xorg.conf if that doesn't work.03:24
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JohnM555burner: I tried using wifi-radio...I tried using iwconfig...I always mess something up03:24
rslI've been having problems with sound but I think I fixed them by disabling the esd and system sounds in system > preferences > sound.03:24
lullabudPoromenos:  apache, mysql and php. ;-)03:24
tom_i have a question about permissions03:24
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burnerJohnM555: make sure to comment everything out of /etc/network/interfaces before using nm-applet03:25
Poromenoslullabud: which packages exactly, i mean :P03:25
Poromenosalso the p stands for python!03:25
JohnM555burner: Ah I can do that? Ok :)03:25
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JohnM555burner: I comment with a '#' right?03:25
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tonyyarusso!lamp | Poromenos03:25
ubotuPoromenos: lamp is Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL.  For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP  -  See also the Server CD install menu.03:25
rslDang it! It just went out again!03:25
Poromenosgreat, thanks03:25
lullabudi'd go with apache2, php5, php5-mysql, mysql-server-5.003:25
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Poromenoslullabud: that's my setup as well03:26
Poromenosand mod_python03:26
infideli need some help, info please throw me a bone03:26
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tonyyarusso!helpme | infidel03:26
ubotuinfidel: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)03:26
Poromenoshow can i change my DNS server permanently? it pisses me off that it always gets it from the dhcp server even when i change it again03:26
Oni-Draculagetting sick of middle click for context menu, anyone know how to change this?03:26
infidelati modules i have to load it manually03:27
fiveironPoromenos, do you have access to the DHCP server?03:27
lullabudPoromenos:  i had a similar problem that was fixed after a reboot.  very strange...03:27
JohnM555burner: Eh, I'm always missing dependency's without using apt-get, such a pain :\03:27
infidel!helpme | tonyyarusso03:27
ubotutonyyarusso: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)03:27
Poromenosfiveiron: i do03:27
PeloOni-Dracula,  search the forum for mouse buttons03:27
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burnerJohnM555: plug it in temporarily to get network-manager-gnome all set up :)03:27
Poromenosmy router is bugged and returns for DNS requests03:27
fiveironPoromenos, then just set up the DNS servers in the dhcpd.conf03:27
fiveironon the DHCP server03:27
tom_when i change permissions to get HP scanjet 3970 using sudo chmod a+w /dev/bus/usb/005/002 it works fine until i reboot and permissions change back to root Anyon know why?03:27
JohnM555burner: whats 'it'?03:27
Poromenosah, it's a router, and i have set those up, it's not getting them03:28
Poromenoscan i just set them up manually on the client?03:28
Poromenoslike, static ip and all03:28
JohnM555burner: I can't plug any ethernet in, this is on a desktop pc, theres a reason why I need wireless :P03:28
fiveironPoromenos, are you talking a LOCAL dhcp server?  or your ISP?03:28
Poromenosfiveiron: my local dhcp03:28
infidel modprobe fglrx FATAL: Could not open '/lib/modules/2.6.17-10-386/volatile/fglrx.ko': No such file or directory03:28
Poromenosactually, how can i set a static ip?03:28
burnergood luck JohnM55503:28
fiveironand you have a line like this in your dhcpd.conf:  option domain-name-servers,;03:28
burnerPoromenos: set your /etc/network/interfaces file... google for examples03:29
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Poromenosfiveiron: i configured it through its web interface03:29
Poromenosit's a WRT54GL03:29
burnerPoromenos: update the firmware?03:29
lullabudtom_:  it's likely that since it's a usb device that directory is getting created on the fly when the printer is plugged in...03:29
Poromenosburner: there's none available :/03:29
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tom_using Dapper.  when i change permissions to get HP scanjet 3970 to work using sudo chmod a+w /dev/bus/usb/005/002 it works fine until i reboot and permissions change back to root Anyone know why?03:29
lullabudtom_:  so... i don't know the fix, but whatever the cmask is for that dir is is wrong.03:29
burnerPoromenos: set dns in your routers dhcp area to be that of the router03:30
tom_is there a way to fix it?03:30
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fiveironthis is so weird.... every once in a while one of my pc's will lose its IP address... and I can't get it back... dhclient doesn't get any response back from my server...03:30
Poromenosburner: that wouldn't work, i have set them to my ISPs03:30
rslIs there a way to record the sound going on on my computer? Not a physical sound but the output that Amarok and any music program is giving me.03:30
burnertom_: i could be way off, but you might want to search about hotplug03:30
Pelotom_,   look under system > admin > users and give yourself permission to print there03:30
Poromenosit's does get the router03:30
tonyyarussotom_: Stuff in /dev is auto-configured on boot I believe.  You should probably add yourself to a group I would think, but I don't know exactly how your printer is set up.03:30
Poromenosit's much simpler for me to set the client with a static ip03:30
tom_thanks lullabud03:30
Poromenoshow can i install a .deb from the command line?03:31
burnerPoromenos: so edit your config file then... /etc/network/interfaces03:31
Poromenosburner: will do, thanks :)03:31
burnersudo dpkg -i blah.deb03:31
tonyyarussorsl: Yeah,...I think it's called "capture" in the various inputs (alsamixer, Gnome sound record, etc. settings)03:31
tom_HP scanjet 3970 is a scanner03:31
Poromenosgreat, thanks :)03:31
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burnerPoromenos: you can also use the gui... i forget that being old fashioned... system->admin->networking03:31
rsltonyyarusso, how would I start it?03:31
JohnM555burner: And one I install one dependancy, theres another one missing! yay :)03:31
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tonyyarussorsl: Applications > Sound & Video > Sound Recorder03:32
PeloPoromenos, http://monkeyblog.org/ubuntu/installing/03:32
Poromenosburner: i removed the screen :p i'm installing FreeNX now to do that03:32
burnerlol @ JohnM555... never seen anyone so happy about missing dependencies ;)03:32
JohnM555burner: Its so exciting :)03:32
PoromenosPelo: ah, nice one, thanks03:32
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WC`o_o first time using a linux os on a home machine, ever03:32
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Poromenosburner: you mean VNC style?03:33
WC`been windows 9x and xp for a good decade :D so i'm very new to this03:33
WC`having some problems03:33
burnerPoromenos: i mean that... i hope you'll tell me it's doable now?03:33
WC`specifically with sleep mode on my laptop03:33
Poromenosburner: no, sadly... i don't think it will ever be03:33
WC`it enters sleep mode just fine03:33
tom_ when i change permissions to get HP scanjet 3970 SCANNER using sudo chmod a+w /dev/bus/usb/005/002 it works fine until i reboot and permissions change back to root Anyon know why?03:33
Poromenosbecause of the way it works03:33
WC`but i can't recover from it03:33
PeloWC`,  try to explain yourself in one line03:33
burneryeah, i assumed it wouldn't work like that... bummer too because freenx is faaaaaast03:34
t3m17how do I add restart and shutdown to the quit menu, they aren't there in this XGL session03:34
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PeloWC`,  this is a very busy channel  it just makes it easier to follow03:34
Poromenosburner: agree03:34
Poromenosburner: not much of a program for a headless install, though :p03:34
Poromenosprogram = problem03:34
WC`I enter sleep mode, but when I power back on, all I get is a blank screen. Has anyone heard of this issue?03:34
burnerPoromenos: do you know if the local machine can do a freenx login from gdm instead of a local X?  that might be a solution03:35
PeloWC`,  try searching for it in the forum03:35
immeHas anyone in here successfully istalled splashy on ubuntu?03:35
burneryeah yeah, you're all set, have fun with freenx Poromenos :)03:35
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pastillegirlhello can anyone recommend a program i can use to import LP's and tapes from my stero into linux?03:35
Poromenosburner: no idea about that :/03:35
burnerwtf is splashy?  /me has custom usplash screens03:35
rsltonyyarusso, that just gave me a nasty error about my audio capture settings being invalid. I'm trying to change them but now that's frozen up.03:35
burnerpastillegirl: audacity03:35
mzliburner, what's freenx?03:35
Saminis there an English-Greek dictionary or a wordlist, that I can use with gnome-dictionary or kdict?03:35
WC`I did, and all I found was using vim to edit a file and uncomment one of the lines regarding the video state being saved03:35
Poromenossamin: are you greek?03:36
WC`I tried implementing their fix to no avail03:36
pastillegirlburner thanks :)03:36
SaminPoromenos, no, but learning Greek03:36
mzlisamiam, you may use stardict for an dic.03:36
PoromenosSamin: ah03:36
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burnernp pastillegirl.... there's also jokosher, but that might be overkill and it's still very new03:36
Poromenoswell, i'm greek if you need anything :p03:36
SaminPoromenos, thanks :), in the meantime I need some dictionary to use on my Linux box...03:36
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immeburner: http://splashy.alioth.debian.org/wiki/doku.php03:36
PeloPoromenos,  please this isn't a pickup channel03:37
PoromenosSamin: no idea about that... i have one but it's windows only and in greek03:37
JohnM555burner: The dependancies need their own freakin dependancies!03:37
PoromenosPelo: :P03:37
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tonyyarussorsl: Eww..that's beyond my skills03:37
pastillegirlburner, cool i just installed  audacity :)03:37
immeburner: Is usplash the same as bootsplash? 'cause I really get confused.03:37
rsltonyyarusso, i got it working now. :) I had to set it to a specific setting on the sound card. Weird.03:38
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Saminmzli, thanks for the suggestion, I am checking stardict03:38
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dougfunniei've got ubuntu 6.06, and installed the flash player, but i can hear no sound. i have usb speakers, does it make a difference?03:39
t3m17how do I add restart and shutdown to the quit menu, they aren't there in this XGL session03:39
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WC`I've just installed Ubuntu 10 on a Lenovo C100 laptop, but I cannot get it to recover from sleep mode. Upon trying to wake from sleep mode, I get a blank screen. The fix on the forum yielded nothing. Can someone help?03:39
crimsundougfunnie: depends which flash version you're using03:39
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JohnM555Do most people use ubuntu on laptops?03:40
dougfunniethe official version from adobe site03:40
caffiendCan someone help me out with either mounting an ISO file or extracting it's contents to a USB drive?03:40
PeloWC`,  just a thought but try disableing the screen shutdown and the other power saving stuff if you are using sleep mode03:40
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mzliJohnM555, anywhere you want.03:40
dougfunnieactually, i use gentoo, the ubuntu is on my brother's pc03:41
crimsundougfunnie: flash 9 beta or 7.0.68?03:41
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WC`Alright Pelo, I'll give that a shot03:41
Samincaffiend, sudo mount -o loop foo.iso /mnt/somewhere03:41
pastillegirlburner, do most people connect the stero ouput to the mic input on the computer to import?  someone told me that in #ubuntuforums03:41
JohnM555mzli: I know you can use it anywhere, I just see lots of people mention ubuntu+laptops in here03:41
dougfunniecrimsun 703:41
mzliJohnM555, ofcourse it is.03:41
sproingieJohnM555: laptops is typically where linux generates a lot of support questions03:41
tonyyarussoJohnM555: You could check the ubuntu counter / user surveys and see03:41
[erisco] (OFF TOPIC: how do you get into overflow protected channels?)03:41
crimsundougfunnie: please remove 7 and use the beta of 903:42
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sproingieJohnM555: largely due to wireless problems03:42
JohnM555mzli: And when installing wireless its almost expected you are able to connect up an ethernet cable. If I could use an ethernet cable on my pc I wouldn't need wireless :P03:42
caffiendSamin: Thanks, this is for a Ubuntu_Server_install that I want to copy to a USB drive.  Will it include all the hidden files?03:42
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JohnM555tonyyarusso: Thanks, I'm not that interested though :P03:42
dougfunniecrimsun ok03:42
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mzliJohnM555, ubuntu supports wireless too.03:42
Samincaffiend, just copy all the files (cp -a) in the directory where you mounted the ISO03:43
sproingie[erisco] : overflow channels are usually capped with a slow rate increase to avoid takeover storms.  try joining again in a few minutes03:43
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JohnM555mzli: I know that, its just lots of tools for helping with wireless are expected to be downloaded via apt-get and such (That I see anyway)03:43
[erisco] okay thanks sproingie03:43
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WC`Pelo: no effect. Still get a blank screen when I try to come back from suspend.03:44
mzliJohnM555, :P03:44
caffiendsamin: cp -a /mnt/somewhere /dev/destination ??03:44
PeloWC`,  it was worth a shot03:44
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JohnM555Ugh...I just installed the dependancy, yet the other dependancy says it isn't satisfiable!(Just frustrated)03:44
FlavioTrashalguem pode me ajudar aqui com o no-ip?03:45
Poromenosok, i set my ip to static, but the DNS servers aren't stored in /etc/network/interfaces, where are they?03:45
tonyyarusso!pt | FlavioTrash03:45
ubotuFlavioTrash: Por favor use #ubuntu-br  ou #ubuntu-pt  para ajuda em portugus. Obrigada.03:45
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tonyyarusso(Did I get that right?)03:45
magnetPoromenos: /etc/resolv.conf03:45
Poromenosmagnet: thanks03:45
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FlavioTrash so uma pergunta sobre o no-ip03:45
mzliFlavioTrash, what's your language?03:46
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bkinmanwhat is the key command to restart the x server?03:46
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magnetbkinman: /etc/init.d/?dm restart03:46
bkinmanheh, that works.03:46
magnetor Ctrl-Alt-Backspace03:47
caffienddoes cp -a copy all the subdirectories or do I need an R or r in there?03:47
FlavioTrashalguem pode me ajudar aqui com o no-ip?03:47
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Samincaffiend, yeah add -R03:47
FlavioTrashalguem pode me ajudar aqui com o no-ip?03:47
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LjL!pt | FlavioTrash03:47
ubotuFlavioTrash: Por favor use #ubuntu-br  ou #ubuntu-pt  para ajuda em portugus. Obrigada.03:47
lullabudcaffiend:  you need the -r03:48
WC`When i go to put it into standby, it activates the screensaver for some reason03:48
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lullabudcaffiend:  er... -R.  dammit, i wish they'd keep the capitalization for common switches consistent.03:48
tonyyarussoWC`: I've noticed that my screensaver kicks in when I close my laptop lid, making the machine heat up.03:49
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nexlhi all03:49
magnetlullabud: POSIX's -r is just a loose -R, but GNU's -r is the same as -R :)03:49
novateratahow could people that use both vi and emacs keep anything consistent03:49
FlavioTrashalguem pode me ajudar aqui com o no-ip?03:49
magnetnovaterata: the same way people use qwerty then dvorak keymaps :)03:49
WC`tony: i can't recover from going into standby, and I just read the screensaver might have something to do with it. Know of any way to disable it?03:50
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tonyyarussoFlavioTrash: Sorry, this is an English-only channel.  You may do better elsewhere.03:50
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edgarinHi to all03:50
sproingieportugese or not, repeating the question every few seconds is not cool03:50
nexlanyone knows why my samba shares won't mount themselves, but a "sudo mount -a" works?03:50
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nexlI mean at boot time03:51
pontusenis anyone here using opendchub?03:51
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JohnM555Why does god hate me? Seriously, My packages are complaining they are missing dependancies when Synaptic shows them as being installed03:51
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tonyyarussoJohnM555: 'apt-get -f install' might fix it, maybe03:52
JohnM555tonyyarusso: I need to be on the internet for that to work, don't I?03:52
SaminJohnM555, yeah03:53
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JohnM555tonyyarusso: What if I just have the debs on my computer?03:53
magnetJohnM555: if god hates you, you should use Ubuntu Christian Edition (http://www.whatwouldjesusdownload.com/christianubuntu/2006/07/about-ubuntu-christian-edition.html) ;)03:53
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tonyyarussoJohnM555: Depends what packages you have installed.  If just the originals, could use a CD03:53
rhodrihi, is there a way to just install specific parts of a package?  my problem is i need to install the restricted-modules package to make my wifi card work, but when i do it stops my ati driver from working for some reason.  so could i just install the wifi driver from this package somehow?  thanks03:53
novaterataeither i chmodded the worng thing or the dapper to edgy upgrade did it but i can't su or sudo, i can use root terminal though, what do i need to chmod to what?03:53
JohnM555magnet: Good idea :P03:53
tonyyarussoJohnM555: Might still work if you have the cache03:53
Saminmagnet, heh03:53
JohnM555tonyyarusso I'll try :\03:53
novaterataif i su or sudo it says incorrect password even though its the one root console uses03:53
Saminmagnet, wow! those links are for real! :D03:54
novaterataUbuntu Christian Edition actually looks pretty loaded for a distro03:54
magnetSamin: haha :)03:54
magnetof course there are03:54
WC`disabling the screensaver didn't work :(03:54
magnetdon't underestimate crazy people on the net :)03:54
novaterataor X-ubuntu.... oh nwm03:55
Saminmagnet ;)03:55
tonyyarussonovaterata: Ubuntu comes with X now?  No way!03:55
novateratanvm i mean03:55
sproingieor go with the greek spelling and call it iesubuntu03:55
lullabudtonyyarusso:  mine didn't. :(03:55
JohnM555"Package network-manager-gnome is not availible, but is referred to by another package. This may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or is only availible from another source" Yay! :\03:55
magnetrhodri: there is no easy way03:55
rhodriso...  what's the hard way?  :-/03:56
magnet(but it *is* possible)03:56
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rhodridownload the package and look inside myself?03:56
SaminJohnM555, had the same message a couple of days ago when I tried installing audacious ( or was it something else?) I tried later and it worked03:56
magnetwell, you build your kernel modules and package them :)03:56
JohnM555Samin: Well you had internet :P03:56
rhodrii see...  no way to just take out what i need from the package?03:57
SaminJohnM555, yeah, don't you? how come you are online now?:P03:57
JohnM555magnet: The whole point of this is to get wireless working, I should probably just be able to get it working via the terminal03:57
magnetno downloading the package is bad, modules need to configure your /etc/modprobe.d/, /etc/modules and so on03:57
Pelog'night folks03:57
novaterataI bet Ubuntu C.E. could be turned into Xenobuntu pretty easily just add some samurai swords and talking bunnies03:57
Saminrhodri, you need to take a specific file from a .deb file?03:57
JohnM555samin: I'm on my XP laptop, my ubuntu is on my pc next to me with no internet03:57
SaminJohnM555, oh I see03:57
h3htimohey guys, im having trouble with fgrlx not working properly, im running edgy and i used this: http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Ubuntu_Edgy_Installation_Guide#Method_1:_Installing_Edgy.27s_Included_Driver_. to upgrade but nothing seems to be working... any idea??03:58
JohnM555Samin: Its definately a pain :P03:58
novateratasooo is beryl a good idea right now?03:58
WC`Is it normal for Ubuntu not to recognize what processor you have?03:58
lullabudJohnM555:  no sneaker net of any sort?  or no firewire?03:58
rhodriSamin: yeah, i just want the userspace binary package for the ipw3945 module (i think)03:58
SaminJohnM555, same thing here believe me, I am on xp now, because I screwed my ubuntu box ( and working on getting it online too) :P03:58
JohnM555lullabud: Sneaker net?03:58
lullabudJohnM555:  you know.  floppy disk, usb disk, thumb drive.03:58
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JohnM555lullabud: I have been using a usb drive to transfer some debs03:59
lullabudJohnM555:  soooo....?  is this .deb too large or what?03:59
rhodriSamin: or if i could just edit the package to not install the fglrx part maybe?  somehow?  :-/03:59
magnetJohnM555: ethernet ?03:59
novateratais it running slower than it should WC?03:59
JohnM555samin: But did you have your ability to add WEP passwords to your interface magically disapear :P03:59
JohnM555magnet: No, if I had ethernet I wouldn't need wireless. Its not a laptop(with ubuntu)04:00
WC`nova: no, it seems to be running just fine04:00
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Saminrhodri, I don't understand you well, can't you just "dpkg -x foo.deb" this will extract the files in a directory, is that what yo want?04:00
WC`a celeron M 1.5ghz04:00
lullabudJohnM555:  you could disable wep, install the stuff, then re-enable it.04:00
WC`however in device manager, it says "unknown" under everything04:00
JohnM555lullabud: No, I even installed it, but the other dependancy doesn't think its installed, I even tried reinstalling it04:00
magnetJohnM555: desktops may have ethernet too you know :) any decent PC ought to have at least one ethernet plug04:00
JohnM555lullabud: Yea but I don't have control of the AP04:00
rhodriyes!  that would be a start atleast, can i then edit it and install it as i'd like?04:00
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Rookie_If the device manager says unknown it can be a good idea to tell the manager what it is04:01
JohnM555magnet: My pc has ethernet, but I04:01
lullabudJohnM555:  you could do IP over serial, IP over firewire...04:01
Saminrhodri, yeah04:01
JohnM555but im too far from my cable modem for that04:01
magnetJohnM555: ok04:01
nexlg'night all04:01
WC`Rookie: how do I do that?04:01
magnetwell, go on on usinh usb storage devices then04:01
Rookie_you know what you have ?04:01
pastillegirlburner, thanks!! i did it :)04:01
rhodriSamin:  ok, thanks for the hple that's excellent, i04:01
pastillegirlworking great :)04:01
rhodrim gonna look into it now, cheers!04:02
Saminrhodri, you're welcome :)04:02
lullabudJohnM555:  you could use the original install cd...04:02
WC`Rookie: yes04:02
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JohnM555magnet: Do you guys have any idea why my ability to set my wep encryption on my interface would go away. Its not even listed in iwconfig04:02
JohnM555lullabud: How would I use it, to get packages? I do have it in, I guess I should search on their first04:02
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Rookie_Oki, sorry but i just saw the last lines ... so if you know what you have and its installed ... what was your problem ?04:02
magnetJohnM555: no I'm still in the ethernet era :) I don't have any wifi devices anywhere04:02
lullabudJohnM555:  apt-cdrom04:02
JohnM555magnet: Lucky :P04:03
magnetJohnM555: my brain is :)04:03
JohnM555lullabud: I didn't know that command existed :P. I was using  the Synaptic Package Manager04:03
magnetwifi is like cigarets, D-link and Netgear will be sued in 30 years just like Marlboro and Philip Morris were :))04:04
caffiendlullabud: Samin: Thanks for the help.  I did cp -Rav /source/* to /destination/ and it is moving along GREAT!!04:04
WC`Rookie: I'm having some problems recovering from standby mode, since the fixes on the forum don't work, I'm trying to see if maybe it's a driver/hardware unrecognized issue04:04
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Samincaffiend, glad it worked :)04:04
magnet'night ppl04:04
lullabudcaffiend:  doesn't it feel great when things work how you want them to?  especially at the terminal?  God i love that shit.04:04
JohnM555lullabud: How do I use apt-cdrom?04:04
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JohnM555magnet: Cya, thanks for um, trying to help :P04:05
lullabudJohnM555:  `apt-cdrom`.  it'll aks you to put in a cd.04:05
magnetlol :)04:05
magnetnp :)04:05
JohnM555lullabud: The cd is already in :P04:05
lullabudJohnM555:  you put it in.  it scans it.  then you just `apt-get install` like normal.04:05
Rookie_I see - i heard of this problem ( dont have it my self ) - sorry then, but i dont have a clue, sorry i took up your time04:05
JohnM555lullabud: Oh...04:05
caffiendlullabud: yeah, especiall since I've been dealing with one probelm for hours and am on the right path now!04:05
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lullabudcaffiend:  long problems learn you good.  today i finally got an ubuntu 6.06 install working on a Dell 2850 with a Perc 5 RAID controller.  the shizz you have to go through... wow.04:06
lullabudyeah, i learned a lot...04:06
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lullabudcaffiend:  was working on that for 2 weeks.04:07
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JohnM555lullabud: I'm just going to try wifi again via the command line...I just need to figure out why I can't even see that there is no encryption, the entire option is hidden from view and setting it returns an error04:07
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JohnM555lullabud: Is there a way for me to reset all wireless settings?04:07
lullabudJohnM555:  yeah, i've had bad luck with wifi in ubuntu.04:07
IntelligitimateHas anyone ever tried to get Pythonol to work? It is like the only educational Linux software for learning Spanish.04:07
SaminI found an English-Greek wordlist http://xdxf.revdanica.com/down/, in case anyone needs it :)04:07
SaminIntelligitimate, I had it installed once04:08
lullabudJohnM555:  hmmm... if so, it's probably a cached file in /var/* somewhere.04:08
JohnM555lullabud: Yay, fun :)04:08
IntelligitimateWell I tried for hours to get it to install, and it never worked. I even downloaded the rpm thing and converted it to a deb, and it still didn't work.04:08
lullabudJohnM555:  you could try doing a dpkg-reconfigure on whatever the wireless packages are too.04:08
caffiendlullabud: Samin: have either of you heard of an error coming up "nobody cared" Disabling IRQ 10, 17 or 169?  It is driving me nuts!  I hve 3 P4 boxes and not one will load linux cuz of that.. so I'm trying USB..04:08
SaminIntelligitimate, dependencies problems?04:08
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SaminI used alien too, then apt-get -f install , and it worked :)04:09
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lullabudcaffiend:  LOL, no, i've never heard of that, but thank God for humorous coders. :)04:09
IntelligitimateI don't know. I am still pretty new to Linux. Been using Ubuntu for about 3 months or so now.04:09
JohnM555lullabud: Well I'm using ndiswrapper...I've installed the driver successfully. About the only successful thing I've done besides complete some Mahjongg games on here.04:09
jman_Hi I am having some problems running OpenOffice, whenever I go to launch it, it does nothing, I tried running through the terminal same results with no output in the terminal any ideas besides reinstalling?04:09
JohnM555Dont know if that matters or not :P04:10
Jordan_UIntelligitimate: Using converted RPMs rarely works.04:10
lullabudJohnM555:  oh.  i've never used that.04:10
jman_I am running 6.06 dapper drake04:10
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sloucherI just got a new SATA drive. It's great but it doesn't show up with df . How do I tell how much diskspace i'm using?04:10
IntelligitimateThat was the closest thing I got to running Pythonol, Jordan_U.04:10
caffiendlullabud: long problems are do learn u good!  I know a lot I'll never forget!  I lauged my arse off after reading that.  there are a ton of hit on google for "nobody cared" but they are all different.  Is there a way to report them and get help or at least make them known?04:10
lullabudjman_:  anything in the syslog?04:10
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lullabudcaffiend:  check the syslog and see if you see anything relating to it at the same time.  or try `dmesg`04:11
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khaije1sloucher: df measures file systems not disks, is there a file system on it?04:11
pianoboy3333crimsun: if you get a moment, can you take a look at http://piano.juicemedia.tv/junk/alsaprobs <-- I can't make any sense of it, it all seems like mush to me, seems like it can't load/register some important modules? '...' is where I took out parts that didn't seem important04:11
Jordan_UIntelligitimate: There is also kverbos, but that is only for verb forms.04:11
lullabudsloucher:  `cfdisk /dev/sdb` or whatever the disk is.04:11
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sloucherkhaije1, yes everything is on one partition04:11
LjL!helpme | floats04:12
ubotufloats: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)04:12
Saminfloats, your cat is on fire ?:P04:12
caffiendlullabud: but it hangs in the install and I have to reboot.  would there be a syslog or dmsg if I reboot?04:12
khaije1sloucher: ^^ see lullabud?04:12
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sproingiehm, i'm getting locale-related error messages: locale: Cannot set LC_ALL to default locale: No such file or directory04:12
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sproingieanyone know how to resolve that?04:12
floatsok thank you04:12
floatscat ?04:12
sproingiemy LANG is en_US.UTF-804:12
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sloucherwhat's lullabud?04:12
IntelligitimateAnything else you would recommend, Jordan_U?04:12
crimsunsproingie: sudo locale-gen en_US.UTF-804:12
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lullabudcaffiend:  dmesg is cleared on reboot, but the syslog isn't.04:13
sproingiecrimsun thanks :)04:13
lullabudsloucher:  i'm lullabud.04:13
lullabudsloucher:  and i said to try `cfdisk /dev/sdb`04:13
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kingacehello, im trying to run a game and it's telling me that I need at least opengl 1.3 (i have 1.2 apparently). how would I go about upgrading it?04:13
valehruhey guys, I have some wmv files that won't play on my system....any pointers?04:13
caffiendlullabud: where would the syslog be stored?  That might help me out ALOT!04:13
JohnM555Whats the terminal command to shutdown?04:14
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sloucheryeah, i did that but i don't want to format the disk - it's up and going and fine. I just want to see how much file space is left04:14
LjLJohnM555: shutdown :)04:14
lullabudcaffiend:  /var/log/syslog or /var/log/messages04:14
fiveironok, shouldn't there be a route configured by default to listen on port 67 for DHCP requests if I've got dhcpd running?04:14
lullabudsloucher:  it tells you at the top of that window.04:14
caffiendHow to you enable univers and multivers repositories04:14
JohnM555Ljl: I tried that, but it says try 'shutdown --help' for more information :\04:14
khaije1!codec | valehru04:14
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about codec - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:14
JohnM555I try shutdown -h, but that didn't work04:14
jman_lullabud, it's not showing anything pertaining to OpenOffice04:14
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ubotuvalehru: For 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/FreeFormats04:14
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ubotuJohnM555: The "man" command brings up the Linux manual pages for the command you're interested in. Try "man intro" at the command line, or see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BasicCommands04:14
lullabudcaffiend:  `vi /etc/apt/sources.lst` then :% s/^# //g04:14
caffiendlullabud: It doesn't even get that far :(  I might take some digi pics04:15
rickyfingerssudo shutdown -h now04:15
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lullabudcaffiend:  at least that's how i do it... but i rarely have a gui. :P04:15
sproingieargh.  i wish i could get ssh to switch my terminal background colors or something04:15
lullabudjman_:  huh?04:15
sproingiei keep typing stuff into a remote shell thinking it's a local one04:15
valehrukhaijel, sorry if I wasnt clear, it says that the file is encrypted.  I already have the wmv codecs on my system.04:15
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Jordan_UIntelligitimate: I am looking for a .deb now, have you tried compiling from source?04:15
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kitcheJohnM555: did you try halt or shutdown -h now04:16
JohnM555kitche: I didn :\04:16
jman_lullabud: this is what I was reffering to:Hi I am having some problems running OpenOffice, whenever I go to launch it, it does nothing, I tried running through the terminal same results with no output in the terminal any ideas besides reinstalling?04:16
lullabudJohnM555:  i hate the shutdown command.  i always use `reboot` or `poweroff`04:16
sproingieactually .. how do i tell gnome-terminal to start up with a different profile?04:16
jman_their was nothing in syslog pertaining to that04:16
jman_just DHCP stuff04:16
sproingiefrom the CLI that is04:16
nOnkeeEei got 6.10 installed and installed beryl and couldnt get themes to load. i restarted the system and not i get the ubuntu load screen then stays on a black screen.  no keys do anything04:17
JohnM555Ah I got it :P04:17
lullabudjman_:  ooooh, right.  um....  hmm....  i wonder if there's a verbose switch for OOO.04:17
tonyyarussojman_: su to it?04:17
caffiendlullabud: pics with my camera of the text mode install on the monitor04:17
caffiendlullabud: how long u been using linux?04:17
lullabudcaffiend:  um....04:17
khaije1valehru: not all wmv formats are playable, the newer ones don't have working codecs available iirc, if you can verify the files are good then i would check to see their version info04:17
jman_tonyyarusso, tried it nothing04:17
lullabudcaffiend:  i forgot.  over 10 years.04:17
sproingienvm, i read the nice help screen and found the rather verbose  --window-with-profile option04:17
valehrukhaijel, k, thx04:18
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Jordan_UIntelligitimate: What erros did you get, you probably just need some dependencies.04:18
lullabudcaffiend:  i think the first linux i played with was redhat 4 or 5.04:18
IntelligitimateIt has been a long time since I tried, Jordan.04:18
IntelligitimateI don't remember.04:19
JohnM555Now that there are some more people here, is there a way to reset all my wireless settings? I get errors trying to set my wep key now(on my eth2 interface) It used to work before(the wireless never has though. Doing iwconfig it doesn't even show that there is no key like it used to :\04:19
nOnkeeEei got 6.10 installed and installed beryl and couldnt get themes to load. i restarted the system and not i get the ubuntu load screen then stays on a black screen.  no keys do anything. anyone have any ideas?04:19
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caffiendlullabud: is the etc/apt/sources.list?  or .lst?    Also, I want to run a virtual server.  what's the best setup for that?04:19
JohnM555I'm just full of problems04:19
lullabudcaffiend:  probably .list, whichever file exists there.04:19
lullabudcaffiend:  i'd go with vmware for its portability.04:19
JohnM555I bet Ljl is sick of me, I'm on everyday asking for help :\04:20
ImmeSo is anyone in here using the usplash-switcher.c from Seveas ?04:20
slavikWhen I boot, I have GDM set to autolog me in ... when Gnome loads, X dies, after X restarts, I am presented with GDM screen, after logging in, everything works fine (X doesn't die). even if I set GDM to not auto log me in, X still dies the first time it is started ...04:20
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caffiendlullabud: VMware, but what should I use for the base install? Is ubuntu server a good bet, or what would you reccommend.  I've used fedora too04:21
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TGPOQEMU is more portable04:21
lullabudcaffiend:  i love ubuntu for server shizz.  i'd definitely go with it.04:21
slavikcaffiend: my experience with ubuntu and fc5 ... it doesn't matter ... it is all linux in the end ...04:21
Jordan_UJohnM555: Have you tried using wifi-radar or network-manager?04:22
caffiendlullabud: sorry for all the Q's, but you are the most knowledgeable and helpful person I've found here.  I really appreciate it04:22
lullabudTGPO:  QEMU is also more overhead.04:22
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slavikcaffiend: I feel insulted :P04:22
lullabudcaffiend:  no problemo.  questions that are answerable are always nice.04:22
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TGPOlullabud, have you used it with the accelerator patch?04:22
lullabudTGPO:  i've used it on non-intel hardware. ;-)04:22
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JohnM555Jordan: I've tried using wifi-radar, it never connects, I've tried using network-manager, but I have missing dependancies installing network-manager-gnome even though the dependancies are installed. Im cursed.04:23
lullabudTGPO:  er... non x86 hardware.04:23
TGPOlullabud I understood04:23
caffiendlullabud: slavik: u can tell I'm new to Linux.  I havea degree in MIS but want to migrate from MS to Linux.  What is a very good distro to learn to find a good paying job?04:23
sproingiedoes ubuntu server use the same kernel image as desktop?04:23
JohnM555If its matters...I', on an amd 6404:23
dsnydersThanks to everyone who tried to help me fix my botched edgy eft upgrade.04:23
lullabudcaffiend:  good paying job huh...  probably redhat.04:24
johnny_ello everyone04:24
slavikcaffiend: you want to to Linux administration?04:24
TGPOcaffiend, for the most part you need to speak RH04:24
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lullabudcaffiend:  but that could change.  it's like slavik said, it's all linux in the end.04:24
sproingiecaffiend: redhat.  full stop.04:24
seginwhat is the windo manager theme used in kubuntu 6.06LTS?04:24
Jordan_UJohnM555: Try: "sudo apt-get -f install"04:24
lullabudsegin:  i assume you mean "the version of the window manager..." ?04:25
JohnM555Jordan: No internet :(04:25
seginlullabud: No.04:25
Jordan_UJohnM555: :(04:25
Jimbowhich codec pack is recommended for mp3 files?04:25
lullabudsegin:  kubuntu is a KDE version of ubuntu.  KDE is the window manager.04:25
Jimbototal n00b here04:25
JohnM555Jordan_U: Exactly04:25
seginlullabud: I mean, what style did they use for the windowmanager (kwin)04:25
sproingiecaffiend: download CentOS and you can learn RHEL that way (CentOS is RHEL with the names filed off)04:25
slaviklullabud: KDE is a desktop environment :P04:25
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Jordan_U!restricted | Jimbo04:25
ubotuJimbo: For 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/FreeFormats04:25
lullabudsegin:  ah, that i don't know.04:25
johnny_what command would you use to uninstall a program or app from terminal?04:25
lullabudslavik:  is there a difference?04:25
sloucherI'm looking at my file system on edgy eft. There's no /etc/fstab? Where would you guess my sata hard drive is mounted?04:26
seginlullabud: I wanted to use that style on my gentoo system.04:26
lullabudjohnny_:  apt-get remove04:26
slaviklullabud: a window manager does not have panels ;)04:26
kitchesproingie: umm oracle is closer to RHEL04:26
sproingieno fstab at all?  how do you even have a root filesystem04:26
Jordan_Ujohnny_: sudo apt-get remove <package>04:26
whatthedeuceI'm in the middle of compiling a new kernel, and I have to go.  How bad would it be if I halted midway through?04:26
TGPOsloucher look again04:26
lullabudslavik:  panels huh...  i see...04:26
johnny_kk tyty04:26
caffiendThanks for the distro info!!04:26
sproingiekitche: it's also not free.  half price, yes, but not free04:26
sloucherlol, well it's there but empty? let me check again04:26
seginwhatthedeuce: ^C halted?04:26
lullabudwhatthedeuce:  just background it04:26
kitchesproingie: umm you can download oracle unbreakable for free what costs money is the support04:26
lullabudwhatthedeuce:  ....and don't turn your system off or close the terminal window.04:27
slavikcaffiend: the most important thing to understand about Linux is why there are distributions ... a distribution is like a base package. The differences are what comes installed by default and what tools are created by the distribution developers. Red Hat for example prides itself on creating GUI configuration tools, which make some things easier.04:27
whatthedeucelullabud: I have to unplug the computer04:27
sloucheryeah, /etc/fstab is 0 size04:27
lullabudwhatthedeuce:  oh.  well that sucks.04:27
seginwhatthedeuce: if you used ^C to halt, just restart make and it'll pick up where it left off.04:27
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TGPOkitche Oracle cant even keep their software patched, and now you want to try their linux?04:27
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sproingiekitche: "support" means downloading updates04:27
LoRD_oF_ThE_WaRWhat this menssage means? "Erro 17: Cannon mount selected partition..."04:27
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lullabudTGPO:  that's true... i never thought about how awful an oracle distro of linux could be.04:28
JohnM555I'm going to reinstall ubuntu and start over. Do I need to uninstall Ubuntu first, or should just doing install from the live cd work?04:28
whatthedeucesegin: If I halt it, can I turn off the computer and pick up where I left off later?04:28
kitcheTGPO: already tried it it's just RHEL with broken icons and such04:28
slavikIsn't Oracle the company that tried to push the windowslive type of thing?04:28
sproingiekitche: not being able to use up2date makes a RH distribution hard to work with04:28
sloucherby the way df / shows what i originally wanted04:28
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lullabudJohnM555:  it'll ask you if you want to format the filesystems.  do so.04:28
Jimboill check those links later04:28
JohnM555lullabud: K04:28
caffiendslavik: I'm working through fedora 4 unleashed, Ubuntu Hacks, and Linux Phrasebook.  They seem to cover the bases.   FC4 was my cherry popper04:28
slavikJohnM555: what's the problem you are stuck at?04:28
sproingieslavik: i doubt oracle has ever pushed windows-ANYTHING04:28
TGPOkitche and if RH forks Oracle cant rip off their fixes04:28
LoRD_oF_ThE_WaRWhat this menssage means? "Erro 17: Cannon mount selected partition..."04:28
sloucherwhere would you guess a sata drive is? /dev/sda? /dev/sda1?04:29
floatsI tried to intall  DISKNAME  Ubuntu 6.10 "Edgy Eft" on my Pentium 2, 128 mb ram, machine but the live04:29
JohnM555slavik: I can't get wireless working04:29
caffiendIs FC5 similar at all to RHEL?04:29
TGPOshoucher yes04:29
sproingieslavik: larry ellison hates microsoft with a seething passion04:29
slaviksproingie: I meant a system similar to what WindowsLive is doing ... the internet type of OS lots of people are talking about04:29
lullabudsloucher:  sata would be /dev/sd[a-z] 04:29
kitcheTGPO: does that matter a fork that oracle made broke RH certify04:29
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JohnM555slavik: I can't even see the option to set a wep key, I used to be able to. It gives me an error when I do try to set the key04:29
lestatwhat you think about suse and microsoft04:29
slavikJohnM555: what hardware chipset?04:29
sproingieslavik: he was one of the original "network computer" guys.  i think he's found sanity now, i haven't heard of him pushing anything like that lately04:29
slavikJohnM555: go ahead then ...04:29
sproingieoracle is perfectly free to fork redhat, that's their prerogative04:30
JohnM555slavik: I thinkg its a P something...Prims64? let me loook it up04:30
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sproingiethey just didn't do a very good job04:30
floatsI tried to intall DISKNAME Ubuntu 6.10 "Edgy Eft" on my Pentium 2, 128 mb ram, machine but the live  CD method is too much for my machine, Is there another method or distro that would work bettker04:30
WC`When I try and bring my computer back from standby, I get a blank screen but ubuntu still running in the background. I can still input keyboard commands but can't see what i'm doing. I see a flicker of an error code before it goes into sleep mode. Any advice?04:30
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TGPOkitche I'm just saying, playing with Oracle anything is a recipe for a head ache04:30
Jimbocan someone tell me what package to install from synaptic package manager so i can play mp3 files on this thing04:30
JohnM555slavik: Its a Netgear WG 121 USB Adapter installed via ndiswrapper04:30
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Jordan_Usloucher: It goes /dev/sd[a-z drive letter] [1-whatever partition number] 04:30
slavikJohnM555: that's a nicely supported chipset :)04:30
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Jimboi got other things to do besides hunt for info04:30
IntelligitimateJordan_U, here is what the terminal says when I try to install it.04:30
Xenguylestat: I think they should both be boycotted -- now =)04:30
sproingieTGPO: i hear they make a decent databse04:30
snoopsWC` the alternative cd..it's a text based installer04:30
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crimsunJimbo: for what player(s)?04:30
kitche TGPO: so it's just like RH to a point at least FC works good04:30
JohnM555slavik: I think I'm just cursed :P04:30
slavikJohnM555: I would suggest trying to get it working in native mode04:30
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caffiendlullabud: u ever frequent forums or help good guys out in email?  I'm a good learner, just get stuck on som undocumented stuff..04:31
Jimbowhatever came with ubuntu04:31
AcuI would like to connect to a network trough vpn: I know I have to change a file called vpnc.conf - this is my first problem - the file is not in /etc/vpnc.conf - I found it in /usr/share/doc/vpnc/examples which confuses me04:31
sloucherok thanks I still didn't find it but I have to leave04:31
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JohnM555slavik: I don't know if thats the actual chipset, how would I find out?04:31
WC`snoop: eh?04:31
Jimboi just want to get some tunes goin here while i figure this stuff out04:31
thorJimbo: xmms will play mp3s04:31
Acusecond: how to start vpn ?04:31
WC`I've installed ubuntu just fine04:31
firecan anyone help : where are gnome/gdm startup scripts and how can I debug gnome session errors04:31
TGPOsproingie, their db is full of bugs that havent been patched in the 2 years since they were reported04:31
snoopsah sorry WC`.. wrong person04:31
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slavikJohnM555: in terminal 'lspci' and pastebin the result04:31
lullabudcaffiend:  nah, i don't participate much in the ubuntu community other than here in irc.04:31
WC`No problem04:31
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (you can always find it in the channel topic, among other useful things)04:31
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floatsI tried to intall DISKNAME Ubuntu 6.10 "Edgy Eft" on my Pentium 2, 128 mb ram, machine but the live CD method is too much for my machine, Is there another method or distro that would work better?04:31
snoopsfloats try the alternative cd. It's a text based installer..so no live cd04:31
JohnM555slavik: OK04:31
sproingieTGPO: all databases are.  you think mysql is the pinnacle of engineering or something?04:31
Jimbois that already on ubuntu..cus a minute ago i got a message sayin wrong codec or something to that effect04:32
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floatsalternative C04:32
crimsunJimbo: enable universe, and install gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly04:32
LoRD_oF_ThE_WaRWhat this menssage means? "Erro 17: Cannon mount selected partition..."04:32
floatsalternative cd is the name?04:32
crimsunJimbo: I presume you're using Ubuntu & GNOME?04:32
TGPOsproingie, nope, just that it gets patches and fixes on a more regular basis04:32
Jordan_UIntelligitimate: You said you are using 64 bit ubuntu right, did you use the 64 bit RPM ?04:32
snoopsyep, alternative is in the name floating04:32
Jimboi think gstreamers are already unstalled but ill double check04:32
snoopsinstead of desktop04:32
Jordan_UIntelligitimate: If there is one that is.04:32
IntelligitimateNo. I don't have a 64 bit processor.04:32
firehow to debug gnome session errors (or reset to default) ?04:32
IntelligitimateThis is an old Pentium 3.04:32
Jimbocrimson...where do i enable universe?04:33
Jordan_UIntelligitimate: Sorry, got you confused with somebody else :)04:33
crimsunJimbo: in Synaptic04:33
Jimbofirst day on linux here04:33
floatssnoops: That is the name, alternative cd?04:33
khaije1oh that reminds me, what does it take to use gstreamer in kubuntu?04:33
tom_hello i am using dapper. i want to install program called hotplug but synaptic says it will remove gnome-desktop and other gnome stuff. will i lose my gnome desktop?04:33
cgetom_: Don't install it.04:34
tom_ok thanks04:34
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pontusenwhat's the best dc hub software?04:34
Jordan_UJimbo: sudo software-properties -e universe , or You can do it with synaptic04:34
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snoopsfloats, just have a look at the available downloads for edgy.. you'll notice one with alternative in the name04:34
sidNov 10 22:25:01 bluebox kernel: [17213193.692000]  usb 4-4: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 204:34
Jimbocrimson yea im using ubuntu04:34
sidNov 10 22:25:01 bluebox kernel: [17213193.828000]  usb 4-4: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice04:34
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sidI plug in my Creative Vision w handheld video/audio player to Ubuntu, and ubuntu doesn't do anything.04:34
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sidGnomad2 doesn't work, there is no icon on my desktop.04:35
JohnM555slavik: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/30932/04:35
floatssnoops: thank you for getting back to me.  Do you think that an older version of Ubuntu would work better on my old machine?04:35
Jimbocrimson: im not sure if im usin gnome or what...universe didntn come up when i searched synaptic04:35
caffiendlullabud: are you on here much?04:35
JohnM555I hope slaviks still here :\04:35
crimsunJimbo: Settings> Repositories04:35
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sidHow can I load a movie from my Ubuntu hdd onto this handheld device?04:35
slavikJohnM555: your wifi card isn't even listed there04:35
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caffiendlullabud: the copy worked from the iso mount to the USB! except for a symbolic link :( any ideas?04:36
snoopsfloating not sure.. I haven't dealt with slow machines much, so I'm not one who can really judge.. don't expect much is on my mind though04:36
JohnM555slavik: Yay, Maybe its the thing in line 17?04:36
kitchesid: does Creative use a database for that?04:36
lullabudcaffiend:  i'm in here from day to day.  in here and in #sugarcrm04:36
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sproingiefloats: if you have a really old machine, you could try arch linux, it's supposed to be pretty lightweight04:36
slavikthat's a winmodem ... doesn't look like a wifi card to me ...04:36
nessmukI have a Microsoft Ballpoint Mouse which is not recognized in 6.06, and I see nothing in the forums. Now trying a fresh install of 6.06 on a spare hd to see if it's recognized on install. Wondering where to ask for help in the forums04:36
JohnM555slavik: I swear its pluged in, its lit up04:36
lullabudcaffiend:  the guys in #sugarcrm know me, in case you want to get ahold of me.04:36
slavikJohnM555: do 'lsmod | grep ndiswrapper' and tell me if it gives you anything04:36
lullabudcaffiend:  anyhow, i'm out man.  nice chatting with you.04:36
Jordan_UJohnM555: Is it USB?04:36
JohnM555slavik: OK04:36
JohnM555Jordan: Yes04:37
caffiendlullabud: thanks alot again!  u been a gr8 help04:37
Jordan_UJohnM555: Then lsusb04:37
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ImmeIs Edgy Eft just as stable as Dapper Drake ?04:37
rickyfingersnessmuk: probly gotta twek xorg.conf04:37
kitcheImme: umm there is a few bugs but seems to work fine on a complete reinstall04:37
Jordan_UJohnM555: Then lsusb , and pastebin the output.04:37
floatsspriongie: thanks What about Ubuntu distro aren't some of the older ones more for pentium 2 128 mb machines?04:38
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WC`Interesting: in order to get my display to work again, I have to press ctrl alt f1 => ctrl alt f704:38
JohnM555Jordan/Slavik: It shows up as Bus 003 Device 002: ID 0846:4210 NetGear, Inc. WG121 WiFi (v2)04:38
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JohnM555(I didn't pastebin it because I have to copy it to a textfile, transfer it to this comp, open it then copy it)04:38
sproingieImme: it seems to have a few problems.  dapper is the LTS version, it's bound to stay more stable04:38
JohnM555There is one other thing in the list, which is my mouse/keyboard04:39
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Jimbowhat does this mean     warnings.warn("apt API not stable yet", FutureWarning)04:39
caffiendanyone know how to copy a "symbolic link"?  it is on my Iso Mount of a Ubuntu install, all copied perfect except that :(04:39
crimsunJimbo: nothing relevant04:39
johnny_does anyone know if hddtemp ot lm-sensors conflict with Beta Graphics Driver (NVIDIA)?04:39
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sproingieImme: freetype in edgy was quite screwy for example.  it still isn't perfect04:39
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thorcaffiend: you probably won't be able to copy that...you will have to recreate it.04:40
Immesproingie, kitche: Thanks for the info... So I need not upgrade to Edgy...04:40
rickyfingerscaffiend: you  need to create the sym link in the files system before you create the image04:40
Jordan_Uslavik: I don't know anything about setting up USB wireless adapters so you are on your own with John04:40
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JohnM555Slavik: The lsmod | grep ndiswrapper isn't showing anything, but it did befire, I'll try to do the mod thing to get it to show again04:40
sproingiecaffiend: cp -d04:40
Jimbocrimson what was that player again...x something or other?04:41
floatsWhat is the Ubuntu distro designed for the older  pentium 2, 128 mb machines?04:41
JohnM555Slavik: Doing ndiswrapper shows netwg121 driver installed, hardare present04:41
Jordan_Ufloats: Xubuntu04:41
tonyyarussoxubuntu or fluxbuntu04:41
rickyfingersJohn: then just modprobe ndiswrapper04:41
JohnM555ricky: Just did that04:41
teenprogrammerhow do i set a script to run everytime someone logs in?04:42
rickyfingersand lsmod doesn't show ndiswrapper?04:42
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JohnM555ricky: Oh, it does now04:42
rickyfingersthen iwconfig04:42
rickyfingersto put in ssid wep key , etc.04:42
Jordan_Uteenprogrammer: System, preferences, sessions04:42
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teenprogrammerin console04:43
JohnM555ricky: However I don't think it fixed my problem, doing iwconfig I can see the eth2 interface as being the wireless one(Its the only thing without the no wireless extensions) but it doesnt even say that no key exists04:43
ubotuusplash is the start-up splash (before the login screen appears) in Ubuntu. To customize it, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/USplashCustomizationHowto04:43
rickyfingersteen: you need to modify .profile for user04:43
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JohnM555ricky: Thats my problem, I used to get Encryption key: off, or some variation of that, but now it doesn't even list that04:43
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floatsjordan and tonyyarrusso:  thank you04:43
rickyfingersJohn try iwconfig ethwhatever key 0934875328907t89re04:43
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rickyfingersknow what I'm saying, ethwhatever should be what interface your wnic is04:44
caffiendthor: rickyfingers: sproingie: muchas gracias!!04:44
rickyfingerscaffiend: denada04:44
teenprogrammerok, thanks! adios04:44
Tokenbadis there a way to monitor a video cards gpu core temp in ubuntu?04:44
scubes13looking for some guidance on getting an atheros wlan nic working under fresh install of edgy (currently displays as "ath0" under ifconfig, but cant scan for a network nor get any connection)04:44
scubes13anyone available that can assist?04:44
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JohnM555Ricky: I get an error doing that with my key04:45
rickyfingerswhat's the error?04:45
Jordan_U!sensors | Tokenbad04:45
ubotuTokenbad: You might find something useful at: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SensorInstallHowto04:45
JohnM555Ricky: It says 'Error for wireless request "Set Encode" (8B2A) : SET failed on device eth2 ; Unknown error 524.'04:45
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khaije1scubes13: i'm using one at home (at work now) what problem are you having?04:46
WC`Is there a way to make it so that you have to enter your password after coming out of standby or hibernate mode?04:46
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rickyfingersoh, try putting sudo in front04:46
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JohnM555ricky: I did :\04:46
caffiendrickyfingers: the image was downloaded, mounted on the drive and then copied to a USB drive.  I used cp -Rav and it did everything except the symbolic link.  Since the files are there, can it still be copied over to it with cp -d?04:46
caffiendthor: how would one re-create it?04:46
rolerwhat program can I use to view video from my camcorder / firewire using /dev/raw139404:46
rickyfingerscripes! r u  putting in the key with 16/26 hex digits?04:47
khaije1scubes13: also what is the output when you type 'route' into terminal04:47
JohnM555ricky: 1004:47
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rickyfingerscaffiend, don't know for sure but, try cp -rRp04:47
noxxlehow can i make qsynaptics startup with my desktop?04:47
noxxleright now i have to type qsynaptics in the terminal every session04:47
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JohnM555ricky: I think 10 is normal though04:48
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snoopshow can I see how hard a hard drive is working - transfering/copying at etc?04:48
rickyfingersJohn, not sure but I think it's got to be 16 or 26 hex digits04:48
caffiendoff topic.. anyonw know of a good computer building channel, for tech support or just getting opinions?04:48
JohnM555ricky: Making it 16 still gives me the error, I don't think thats the problem04:48
rickyfingerstry padding zeros on beginning or end of key04:48
khaije1noxxle: ln -s /path/to/app ~/.kde/Autostart (create symbolic link in autostart dir, please verfiy the paths first)04:48
JohnM555ricky: I wish there was a way to just reset all wireless interfaces and settings04:48
madman91caffiend: im no expert// but i had a few good answers in #hardware04:49
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noxxleim not using kde04:49
caffiendmadman91: thanks!04:49
madman91caffiend, good luck with that :)04:49
rickyfingersJohn - I think you could just rmmod ndiswrapper, then modprobe again04:49
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khaije1noxxle: why use qsynaptics then?04:49
WC`Is there a way to make it so that you have to enter your password after coming out of standby or hibernate mode?04:49
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rickyfingersbut that's disturbing that it won't let you set a key04:50
noxxleits for gnome04:50
noxxleksynaptics is kde04:50
JohnM555ricky: It really is!04:50
slavikWhen I boot, I have GDM set to autolog me in ... when Gnome loads, X dies, after X restarts, I am presented with GDM screen, after logging in, everything works fine (X doesn't die). even if I set GDM to not auto log me in, X still dies the first time it is started ...04:50
scubes13khaije1: sent inf to you via IM/PM04:50
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rickyfingerssure you're typing in sudo iwconfig eth2 key 123456789012345604:51
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Poromenoswhat's a good bittorrent client?04:51
caffiendlast Q 4 the night, to run a Virtual server/virt host what release of ubuntu is best suited for the "base" install?04:51
rickyfingerssubstituting that for your real key04:51
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about hcf - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:51
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about conexant - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:51
JohnM555ricky: Yes, I'm sure04:51
khaije1noxxle: oic, i just use synaptic, there should be an option under the admin menu - i'm not sure off the top of my head04:52
sizzamis there a command to see what my peak memory usage was for the day?04:52
rickyfingersThen I'm out of ideas, unless ndiswrapper isn't really wrapping the windows drivers correctly.04:52
slaviktime to go, have fun everyone04:52
Poromenoswhat's a good linux bittorrent client?04:52
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rickyfingersYou can try different versions out of sourceforge04:52
JohnM555ricky: Well thanks, I think I'm just going to reinstall ubuntu04:52
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caffiendanyone use #phpbb?  that channel sucks.  can't even get an answer about how to add users04:52
JohnM555Ricky: Because I used to have the option to set the key04:53
JohnM555It jus disapeared04:53
sidNov 10 22:50:28 bluebox kernel: [17214720.860000]  usb 4-4: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 304:53
sidWhich /dev/??? is that?04:53
rickyfingerscaffiend: useradd04:53
Jordan_UPoromenos: If you don't mind the bloat, Azureus04:53
JohnM555poromenos, I used to use utorrent, I don't know if it works with ubuntu04:53
PoromenosJordan_U: gah :(04:53
PoromenosJohnM555: it doesn't :(04:53
JohnM555(or linux)04:53
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JohnM555Poro: Then I'm gonna need a new one when I get my internet working :P04:53
Jordan_UPoromenos: I have heard that utorrent can be run in wine04:53
PoromenosJohnM555: indeed :)04:53
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PoromenosJordan_U: a friend has tried and i don't think it runs very well04:54
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Jordan_UPoromenos: Ubuntu comes with a lightweight one, I believe it is the official bittorrent04:54
JohnM555Poro: Isn't there one that comes with ubuntu?04:55
JohnM555What he said04:55
Poromenoslet me check04:55
tukoanyone here uses slmodemd, with alsa ?04:55
WC`Can someone tell me the opposite of the killall command?04:55
Poromenosno, not that i can find04:55
PoromenosWC`: startall? :P04:55
jribWC`: what do you want that command to do?04:55
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Jordan_UWC`: What do you mean by that? Can you refrase the question.04:55
WC`I was doing some troubleshooting and used the command "sudo killall gnome-screensaver"04:56
WC`I want to reverse the effect of that command04:56
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caffiendrickyfingers: thanks, but in my admin panel there is no useradd there. I've gone through the whole admin menus and ther eis nothing about adding.  do I have to install a module?  It isn't in the "User Admin" section04:56
Jordan_UWC`: gnome-screensaver04:56
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jribheh there should be a 'resurrect' command04:57
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Jordan_UWC`: killall quits an application, so the opposite of: killall application , it simply to start that application again.04:57
TokenbadJordan_U, thanks but still not see my video card temp04:57
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rickyfingersjordan killall -HUP04:58
WC`Thanks very much for that, I now have a workaround for my standby problem :D04:58
rickyfingersrestarts in stead of just killing04:58
fatlipwhere's PKG_CONFIG_PATH located?04:58
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jribfatlip: what are you trying to compile?04:58
rickyfingersfatlip sounds like an environment variable04:58
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rickyfingersdo env | grep PKG04:58
fatlipif i answer that quesiton i'm going to be redirected to another channel ;)04:58
rickyfingersdo see if it's set if not04:58
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fatlipnothing returns04:59
rickyfingersthen you need to set it04:59
neonakI just installed Edgy, but now my Ethernet card doesn't seem to get an IP adres from the router (DHCP). I tried resetting the router, and tried dhclient. But still can't get it to work. Does anyone have a clue?04:59
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fatliphow do i go about that04:59
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fatlip=]  thanks04:59
rickyfingersexport PKG_CONFIG_PATH04:59
rickyfingersdon't forget about the export04:59
cwill1I'm trying to install dapper/edgy from the livecd or the alternative cd, but it won't resize the ntfs partition.  It doesn't give a visible error, it just doesn't do it. Help!04:59
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neonakMaybe it can't resize NTFS partitions?05:00
jimb1i loaded all the gstreamer stuff from synaptic and i still cant play a freakin mp305:00
jimb1what do i need?05:00
Jordan_Uneonak: It can05:00
rickyfingersjimbl xmms?05:01
cwill1Jordan_U: do I need to defrag under windows first or something?05:01
jimb1ricky: xmms...would that be in synaptic also?05:01
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Jordan_Ucwill1: I don't think so, but I don't use windows so I don't know for sure.05:01
rickyfingersjimbl si si05:01
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jimb1do i need xmms-dev also?05:02
jimb1i found them in synaptic05:02
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ubotuUbuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DapperReleaseNotes/UbiquityKnownIssues05:02
rickyfingersjimlb, just started installing it myself. depends, r u  planning on doing some programming using xmms source code?05:02
caffiendrickyfingers: can you take a look an see if I'm overlooking the addusers?  I'll let you login as admin05:03
jimb1no for now just want to be able to play mp3 files05:03
rickyfingersI'd rather not log in to your system caff05:03
Jordan_Ucwill1: It is kind of strage to say that the installer doesn't resize it but doesn't give any errors, can you give some screenshots from the liveCD or a more detailed account?05:03
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rickyfingerscaff I'm finding a web page for you now...05:04
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snoopshow can I see the permissions of a file in terminal?05:05
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snoopsas well as user and owner05:05
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snoopsand group*05:05
rickyfingerssnoops too easy, use chmod05:05
cwill1Jordan_U: after the automated partitioning or a manual partition, it grinds for a couple seconds, and then says it couldn't find enough free space (there's 120 gigs free on the 160 gig drive);  the alternate cd just grinds for a second or two and then returns to the partitioning menu, without changing the partition's size.  There's a fat32 partition before it that I can resize (it's only a couple gigs) fine though05:05
jimb1got it working....thanx05:05
rickyfingerscaff, just do useradd <username>05:06
rickyfingersthen passwd <username>05:06
rickyfingersoh and put sudo in front05:06
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madman91i cant mount my /dev/hda2 ... my mount statement looks like this ...   (( mount /dev/hda2 /mnt/oldroot -t ext3   ))05:06
snoopsrickyfingers, yes..for changing the permissions, but what about listing the current permissions05:06
madman91it says its busy or already mounted05:06
rickyfingersls -la05:07
neonaksnoops: try ls -al05:07
snoopsgreat, that's what I needed, thanks05:07
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caffiendrickyfingers: understood.  does addusers come default?  what is it in under the admin menu?  The users only has banning, management, dissallow, etc.  Could it be a script I need?05:07
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rickyfingerscaff, yes, adduser does a little more for setting up account05:08
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rickyfingersuseradd puts line in /etc/passwd05:13
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rickyfingersbut then you have to create home dir &c by hand05:13
Toma-is there a gui editor for fstab? plz, i know gedit is a laugh, but i need something a bit more automated05:13
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Jordan_Ucwill1: Try using the gparted liveCD perhaps ( it uses the same application as Ubuntu but is more up to date / focused entirely on gparted so likely more reliable )05:13
rickyfingerstoma, ever try x-emacs?05:13
rickyfingersyou can automate anything you want05:13
rickyfingerswith that program05:13
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rickyfingersbut it's kind of like a swiss army knife with all the blades sticking out05:13
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mistformanyone here use initNG????05:13
mistformI tried setting it up but it failed to boot the GUI05:13
jimb1will linux recognise m3u files?05:13
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Toma-yeh... i re-ordered and resized and deleted a bunch of partition, now ive lost all my drives05:13
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mistformjimb1, I had an m3u file, but I never tried to play it or anything05:13
Saminjimb1, isn't those just text files with song names in it?05:13
Toma-jimb1: gstreamer will and xmms will05:13
sproingierickyfingers: xemacs is kind of dead-ended development-wise.  fsf emacs is really what you want these days05:13
jimb1mist...m3u is a playlist05:13
rapt501does everybody's google video work05:13
rapt501on their ubuntu05:13
mistformI just use .p.s05:13
jimb1i got xmms workin05:13
cwill1Jordan_U: read my mind :);  oh well, here's hoping05:13
Saminjimb1, rename it to .pls and load it in xmms beep-media-player,  heck even "mplayer -pls foo.m3u" should do it05:13
yertman_usaAnyone running ubuntu on older (400Mhz) iMac? Is performance okay with wmaker. Does modem work?05:13
mistformnot me05:13
jimb1Samin:i havent transfered any to this box yet05:13
jimb1first day on linux05:13
rickyfingerslast linux i used w/ imac was yellow dog05:13
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jimb1all stuff is still on the windows boxes05:13
Toma-yertman_usa: no, but id say it should all work.05:13
Saminjimb1, oh I see05:13
fowlduckOn the ubuntu guide here: https://help.ubuntu.com/6.10/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/ch04s10.html05:13
fowlduckit mentions the 'commercial' repository05:13
fowlduckwhat's this?05:13
jimb1kinda confused yet05:13
Jordan_Urickyfingers: I have experience with Ubuntu on PPC, who is asking about it?05:13
rapt501can anyone explain why the sound doesn't work with google video?05:13
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about commercial - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:13
Saminrapt501, you have the right flash plugin installed?05:13
yertman_usaI have an older iMac I want to setup for web browsing and email for grandma.05:14
rapt501it will show the video but not play the sound05:14
jimb1how do you make playlists for a group of mp3 files in linux?05:14
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rapt501sometimes the sound works05:14
jimb1dont spose its easy05:14
rapt501but its like flipping a coin05:14
Jordan_Uyertman_usa: I have a clamshell iMac running XFCE, wmaker should be fine, I couldn't get the modem to work though, all though I didn't try very hard.05:15
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rapt501you find out if the sound works on google video when you turn on the computer05:15
yertman_usathanks. I will try it tonight. I will have to get the modem to work thou as she has dial up.05:15
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Toma-jimb1: make a playlist with xmms and save the playlist...?05:15
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yertman_usaJordan_u How much RAM does your clamshell have?05:16
jimb1it appears you can only load one file at a time in xmms05:16
Jordan_Uyertman_usa: 128 I think.05:16
rickyfingersu can add a whole dir05:16
yertman_usaSweet. I think that is what this one has.05:17
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jimb1you can?05:17
rapt501so can anyone help with the sound problem05:17
Toma-jimb1: hold the button down on the + sign05:17
Jordan_Uyertman_usa: There is a mac specific forum on ubuntuforums FYI, might search there about the modem.05:17
jribubotu: tell rapt501 about flash05:17
jribrapt501: either follow the instructions on the wiki for using aoss with flash or try flash beta905:18
Toma-time to install nvidia-9629 :>05:18
rickyfingersjimbl, right click on top of xmms window05:18
rickyfingersselect playlist editor05:18
jimb1hold down + on the key pad while adding files to xmms..?05:18
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yertman_usaJordan_U Thanks for the tip. :)05:19
Toma-jimb1: no, the + sign on the playlist editor05:19
jimb1ricky: i see it now05:19
rapt501ok so switch the flash05:19
rapt501thank you05:19
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jribubotu: tell rapt501 about flash905:19
Jordan_Uyertman_usa: np, it has been really hard for me to find help with PPC specific stuff anywhere but on ubuntuforums05:20
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rolerhow can I view/save firewire 1394 video ?05:24
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Jordan_Uroler: Like from a dv camera or a webcam?05:25
rolerJordan_U, ; dv camera05:25
Jordan_Uroler: kino05:25
jperezneither dv camera neither webcam05:26
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jperezhello, somebody who talk05:27
wweaselhello jperez05:27
wweaselI'm reading about grep and it's blowing my mind :)05:27
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jperezwhere you come from wweasel?05:28
ubotu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!05:28
wweaselYeah, yeah. We know. But it's quiet!!!! :P05:28
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jperezand, so wweasel what you nned about grep?05:29
Jordan_UCome to think of it I have never seen it this quiet in here before05:29
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Jordan_UThe gnome power applet thinks I am still connected to my power supply when my laptop is on battery power so when it runsout of battery my computer shuts down from loss of power instead of shutting down correctly.05:29
wweaselJordan_U: I know, it's odd.05:29
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neonakJordan_U maybe you can help me.. I sort of have this problem: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=287026&highlight=via+ethernet05:29
Kenoticdoes any one know why beagled eats 100% of CPU after my machine is up for a day or two?05:29
mluser-homeHow does one go about booting into runstate 3 on ubuntu?05:29
neonakBut even setting a static address won't help05:30
AsheDanybody know the link to that time-lapse video of a model getting her picture made up for a billboard?05:30
tonyyarussomluser-home: 'sudo init 3' should do it05:30
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mluser-hometonyyarusso: thanks.. will it come up that way after every boot though?05:30
wweaseljperez: Well, I've been using ubuntu for a while, and I knew that I absolutely should know about cat and grep, but didn't. So I finally decided to look them up. Cat is simple. Grep is mindblowing, what with escaped parentheses and periods and question marks...wow.05:30
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tonyyarussomluser-home: no05:30
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equilibriummluser-home: you need to set the default run level in /etc/inittab for that05:31
mluser-homeequilibrium: thanks :)05:31
eetfunkhow do i delete a user from the commandline?05:31
jperezhello, rapunzel... where you come from?05:31
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wweaseljperez: rapunzel is from Indonesia05:35
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dks_matthi there is anyone available?05:35
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dks_matti could use some help05:35
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wweaseljperez: and where are you from?05:36
Jordan_Udks_matt: Lots of people05:36
ubotuDon't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)05:36
tonyyarussodks_matt: Just ask your question and see who knows05:36
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dks_mattok cool05:36
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dks_mattI'm having a problem with my soudn card05:36
jperezI am from colombia05:36
dks_mattI've disabled my onboard sound05:36
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dks_mattand I have an audigy 2 in there05:37
rolerJordan_U, ; thanks!05:37
dks_mattwhen the login screen comes up I get the sound, but after that I can't get any sound anywhere05:39
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wweaseldks_matt: Well, you gotta stop using mute! :P (Just kidding)05:41
dks_mattif only05:41
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wweaseldks_matt: Though I would be sure to check PCM in the volume control05:41
jperezhello everybody i am new in this chat site05:41
Falstiusdoes anyone know what package has the 'xv' picture viewer in it?05:41
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dks_mattits odd I had issues with it while the onboard was still enabled, but by changing between card in system-preferences-sound i could get most things to work05:41
dks_mattin alsamixer or the gui?05:41
jperezdoes anyone know how install the totem or any other video server to ubuntu?05:41
fiveironanyone using a Broadcom wireless card (probably in a laptop) ?   I'm trying to follow the tuts online, but none of the windows drivers work for me through ndiswrapper05:41
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NineTeen67CometHi all .. looking for a little advice .. Got my this old 450mhz PIIi/128MB ram/Nvidia NV4 AGP machine, It runs "okay" but not well. Would tossing in 256MB more ram help it enough to be worth it? My mom uses this for paperwork, printing, e-mail and the internet.05:41
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aereadanyone here runnin exaile? im gettin some libatk dependency failure, even tho libatk is installed >.<05:41
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dks_matthang on, I just typed alsa mixed and got this: "alsamixer: function snd_ctl_open failed for default: No such device05:41
UbootnoNineTeen67Comet, not if you have to buy the ram05:41
UbootnoNineTeen67Comet, if you have to buy anything for it, forget it05:41
Jordan_UNineTeen67Comet: What WM are you using?05:41
Ubootnoits too old to be worth spending money on05:41
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UbootnoNineTeen67Comet, if you already HAVE the ram for it, itll help but you'd still be better off using xubuntu on that thing05:42
ex_How do I make my mouse hardware acclerated?.. I have an s3 unichrome via card, and when I follow this tutorial https://help.ubuntu.com/community/OpenChrome it "works" but the mouse pointer disapears in apps in firefox and Wine.05:42
bsniderhaving trouble getting a hauppauge remote control to be recognized as an input device05:42
NineTeen67CometJordan_U: I'm in Gnome currently (she's VERY NOT into switching from MS's stuff) .. I thought about KDE but I've always had more resources spend on that WM (desktop manager) than Gnome (I tossed xubuntu on here too, but she hated it)...05:42
bsniderhas anybody got a hauppauge remote control working right now?05:43
wweaselNineTeen67Comet: That's a fairly old computer, and that will choke on most things. Adding some RAM will help.05:43
wweaselbsnider: Not me, but I know for sure that people use them,05:43
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UbootnoNineTeen67Comet, seriously man - you want to be looking at xubuntu05:44
c0re^hey, anyone have a link to ubuntu with the new kernel that supports asus p5b?05:44
NineTeen67Cometwweasel: I tossed ram in my father in laws box (a 1ghz PIII) and it woke it right up .. I just wasn't sure about a 450 seeing results .. it dips into swap pretty heavy as it is ..05:44
c0re^i desperately want to run it.05:44
wweaselNineTeen67Comet: Well, if it is dipping into swap, RAM will help. Nothing will make that dying bird fly like an eagle though.05:44
NineTeen67CometUbootno: Got it installed .. lol .. I use and can handle it, but she get's a little freeked ..05:44
jperezSome body here study quantum mechanics?05:44
UbootnoNineTeen67Comet, yeah the Gui is too intense for it - you'd be better off on Xubuntu, with a much "lighter weight" gui in place05:45
NineTeen67Cometwweasel: yeah figured that much .. Just needs to run well enough for her to use it for simple stuff ..05:45
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Jordan_UNineTeen67Comet: You could try enlightemnent gnome, it will look a little different but it will function like gnome ( because it is )05:45
wweaselNineTeen67Comet: Well, it's a trade off. Gnome will look better, run slower. XFCE would def. run faster. Looks uglier though05:45
c0re^Is there a ubuntu with the 2.6.18 kernel precompiled and ready to install?05:46
Ubootnonot too much uglier05:46
dks_mattis there a config file that determines which sound card things like alsa and gstreamer use?05:46
Ubootnoc0re^, fedora is05:46
c0re^i know05:46
c0re^i dont want fedora :(05:46
c0re^i want UBUNTU05:46
NineTeen67CometI'll work on getting Xubuntu "looking" a little better for her .. toss common stuff places she "knows" to look and such ..05:46
Ubootnoso bust yourself out a custom kernel05:46
jperezwhat about SuSE?05:46
c0re^plus fedora wouldnt install, and it wouldnt let me partition05:46
c0re^suse? ill look into it05:47
Ubootnoc0re^, thats not good05:47
c0re^it didnt let me resize my ntfs05:47
c0re^so i couldnt make a new one05:47
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Ubootnoahh well ubuntu'll definitely do that05:47
c0re^yeah i know..05:47
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rjgonzasup guys05:47
Ubootnobut if you want a bleeding edge kernel you're SOL05:47
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NineTeen67Cometthanks all . off to clean up and sleep up ..05:48
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Ubootnothe kernel is solid and relatively recent though05:48
Ubootnohell centos is using 2.6.9 still05:48
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c0re^suse 10.2 uses
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c0re^which is newer than what i wanted05:49
PaladineI hate kernel upgrades05:49
c0re^yeah well i cant boot linux without it05:49
PaladineI have to recompile so much stuff everytime I upgrade my kernel05:49
Paladineitis annoying05:49
c0re^jmicron sata controller05:49
tonyyarussoI have instructions saying to edit /etc/modprobe.conf, which doesn't exist.  Should I create it or is there another name for it on Ubuntu?05:50
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aereadanyone here runnin exaile? im gettin some libatk dependency failure, even tho libatk is installed >.<05:50
Paladineyou sure it doesn't say edit /etc/modules05:51
dks_mattis there a way to find out if the drivers for my sound card are installed?05:51
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tonyyarussoPaladine: Yep.05:51
tonyyarussoPaladine: for adding aliases05:51
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bsniderwhat's the command to continuously watch dmesg output?05:52
Paladinealiases are in modules.d I think05:52
Paladinelet me check05:52
Paladinemodprobe.d even05:52
c0re^anyone know where i can find suse mirrors?05:52
Paladineyeah they are in /etc/modprobe.d05:52
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humblerodentokay so05:52
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humblerodentI'm trying to get MythTV working properly on Ubuntu05:52
tonyyarussoPaladine: Ah, great05:53
Paladinewhatcha installing?05:53
humblerodentbut the audio mixer seems really weird having just upgraded to Edgy....when I turn on what /seems/ to be the line-in capture, it doesn't seem to work05:53
humblerodentcan anyone help me?05:53
c0re^is the intel core2duo em64t x86-64 bit capable?05:53
jperezdoes anyone how to install correctly kaffeine or totem on ubuntu?05:53
Ubootnoc0re^, yes it is05:53
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feryanahi! What "server type" has yahoo.com e-mail for using it with Evolution??05:54
Paladineprobably pop305:54
c0re^pop3 more than likeley05:54
feryanadoesn't work05:54
tonyyarussoPaladine: Going to try IrDA05:54
Ubootnoferyana, I dont think you can do yahoo email with pop3, not unless you're paying for it05:54
Phlostenis there a way to quickly disable the flash plugin in firefox?05:54
Paladinetonyyarusso, lirc?05:54
tonyyarussoferyana: None05:54
c0re^or pop3.yahoo.com05:54
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tonyyarussoPaladine: Some variation of that sort of thing05:55
Ubootnoyahoo pop3 mail is a pay service05:55
tonyyarussoc0re^, feryana: Yahoo only offers pop access to paying customers05:55
Ubootnodidnt use to be :(05:55
jperezdoes anyone how to install correctly kaffeine or totem on ubuntu?05:55
PaladineI need to plug in my home made IR Blaster now I have finally fitted my serial port :)05:55
feryanathey can go to hell then05:55
feryanaI just wanted to open an e-mail out from my domain05:56
fiveironok, i type "sudo iwconfig eth1 esside BSD_AP", and nothing happens05:56
feryanacoz I need ot be in a group lol05:56
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fiveironhow do i bring a wireless interface up?05:56
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Konnektionifup wlan105:56
Konnektioni belive05:56
tonyyarussofiveiron: 'sudo ifup interface#'05:56
sky123or if you're really lazy install network-manager05:56
Paladinenetwork-manager sucks05:57
Paladineit doesn't allow you to do ip aliasing :)05:57
sky123but im kinda against all this "so-called" useful tools...05:57
sky123lemme finish...05:57
sky123because they dont teach you how to use linux05:58
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PaladineI would much rather edit interfaces than use network manager05:58
sky123let alone do something like ethernet bonding or setting mtu's or whatever..05:58
Paladineat least it affords you full control05:58
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Paladineand there is no lack of documentation out there about how to do it as well05:59
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sky123but I have yet to meet someone on here that has knowledge abouthow to bond an interface in ubuntu...05:59
sky123too many gui gods05:59
fiveironok, the interface was already up apparently, but the light on my laptop isn't on, and I'm not connected to my access point.... shoudn't it connect when i give it an essid?05:59
ex_guys, if I change my repos for feisty, will I have to download many updates?05:59
Paladinesky123, I have never had to bond interfaces, but I bet I could figure it outin less than 5 minutes if I needed to :)06:00
sky123fiveiron: the light is a good indicator that the driver is working properly...who makes the interface?06:00
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sky123good 4 u06:00
fiveironsky123, Broadcom... and the light is not on06:00
jperezsky123: how to install totem correctly for ubuntu?06:00
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sky123jperez: though its not official on here there is automatix....chek it out on google...some people dont like it here...it should do the job for you.06:01
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jperezdoes anyone what video player is able to ubuntu?06:01
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sky123fiveiron: bcm43xx? or ?06:01
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Paladinesky123, its like when people rant about how linux is carp because you have to use the cli blah blah blah06:02
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sky123jperez: i personally use mplayer...with the mozilla plugin...works awesome.06:02
Paladineusing the cli gives you the experience and confidence to actually control your system insteadof it controlling you (aka windows)06:02
fiveironsky123, yeah, bcm43xx06:02
sky123fiveiron: what kind of laptop??06:02
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aereadanyone here runnin exaile? im gettin some libatk dependency failure, even tho libatk is installed >.<06:02
anthonykidDear all (or anyone who's willing to help...), as far as drivers go, and im going to have to install them from my original discs?06:02
fiveironsky123, compaq presario v500006:02
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Madpilotsky123, if by "do the job", you mean "quite possibly break your Ubuntu system", then yes, automatix will 'do the job'...06:02
jperezsky123: thank you06:03
Madpilotanthonykid, drivers for what?06:03
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snook353anyone direct me to info on "Trusted Computing"?06:03
Ubootnoanthonykid, drivers for what?06:03
anthonykidmy PC06:03
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anthonykidim installing06:03
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anthonykidobviously it doesn't come with any graphics or audio drivers06:03
Ubootnoanthonykid, you're going to have to be a little less vague06:03
Ubootnoanthonykid, depends on the hardware06:03
sky123Like i said there are people who will always be against a certain,...going on 4 solid months of use on my ubuntu box with automatix...each to his/her own06:03
Madpilotanthonykid, you need to be specific. Drivers for what hardware? Audio & basic graphics don't usually need setting up or extra drivers, they should just work06:03
Paladineanthonykid, unless you have some really funky hardware sound and graphics willprobably work out of the box06:03
anthonykidthis was originally a Windows machine (obviously)06:04
anthonykidi clean installed a few times06:04
ubotuPlease don't use the "enter" key as punctuation! It spams the channel and can be annoying.06:04
anthonykidand every time, i had to reinstall audio and graphics drivers06:04
sky123fiveiron: can you find out for certain if it is bcm4318?06:04
Paladineheya MadPilot06:04
fiveironit is...06:04
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sky123fiveiron: or bcm4311 or 4314?06:04
Ubootnoanthonykid, but what does that have to do with linux?06:04
Madpilotanthonykid, most of that irritation is missing from Ubuntu & Linux, happily.06:04
Paladineanthonykid, this isn't windows :)06:05
anthonykidwell, actually06:05
anthonykidgot an iMac in March06:05
anthonykidhaven't used windows since06:05
anthonykidbut i wanted to give ubuntu a try with my old pc06:05
humblerodenthey my mobo's clock is running a bit too fast06:05
sky123fiveiron: with a couple of days of fighting it ....i ended up using ndiswrapper06:05
fiveironsky123, wait a minute... i found a forum post that might work06:05
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Ubootnoanthonykid, how old?06:05
Madpilotanthonykid, please use one line per sentence - you're hitting Enter way too often06:05
anthonykidi'm 1606:05
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Ubootnohi there!06:05
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caffiendProblems with Ubuntu server (no GUI) 6.10, it won't let me log in. during install it asked for full name (tom jones) then it said username (tom), I said ok.  I entered the PW 2x, finished install06:06
amdgameri have a problem06:06
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Madpilotanthonykid, no, how old is the PC?06:06
anthonykidlmao, sorry --> bout 4 years06:06
sky123anthonykid: at age 16 the first strep to step out of the "point and click" generation...youll actually learn how to fix things...nice work! :)06:06
ubotuDon't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)06:06
b33r-Hello will ubuntu run smoothly on a p2 400MHz, 256 SD-RAM and HD 4 GB?06:07
anthonykidlol, 4GB?06:07
sky123b33r: probably without X06:07
Ubootnob33r-, itll run slow and smooth06:07
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Ubootnolike Karo Syrup06:07
Madpilotanthonykid, Ubuntu should install just fine on a PC that's only 4 years old - what's the system specs? CPU/RAM/etc?06:07
amdgamerwindows install cannot boot, i need to recover files, running live 5.10, can i share the whole computer and access it from my other windows machine, to recover files?06:07
humblerodentmy mobo's clock is running a little bit too fast06:07
Ubootnoamdgamer, yes06:08
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anthonykidok... intel pentium 4 2.8ghz, 512 megs of ram, pretty sure 128 vRAM not sure tho06:08
humblerodentI know there's a way of setting it to periodically sync with NTP servers06:08
amdgamerokay... ive been trying samba06:08
humblerodentlike every 10 minutes or so; I'm not sure exactly of the interval06:08
sky123amdgamer: the use of damnsmall linux or knoppix might serve your needs as well06:08
Paladineyou shouldn't have any problems with that machine anthonykid06:08
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anthonykidok, thanks06:08
ubotuk/ed/x/ubuntu-desktop is a metapackage. It depends upon other packages and brings them in; you can safely remove it, but it is recommended that you re-install it when upgrading.06:08
Ubootnoamd get yourself an ssh/scp program06:08
humblerodentbut how do I do this?  I thought it was just the thing in the "adjust time/date" deal but I did that and it is still running fast.06:08
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anthonykidim going to start installing now... i have an iMac sitting right next to the PC06:08
amdgamereasier with damnsmall linux?06:09
sky123Ubootno: that is good advice :)06:09
anthonykidmy messages weren't going thru06:09
anthonykid*kisses iMac*06:09
cablesm102Is there anything I can do to make Firefox use mplayer-plugin rather than totem without uninstalling totem-mozilla?06:09
h1st0humblerodent, right click on the clock and adjust date time.. There should be an ntp setting in there.06:09
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sky123amdgamer: I had to recover a server that way and scp'd the files... and no issues.06:09
anthonykidanyone else here a supposed apple fanboy?06:09
caffiendrickyfingers: u still there?  got it working and installed, now I can't log in.  did this before too.06:09
h1st0cablesm102, remove the totem plugin form /usr/share/firefox/plguins06:09
RegalEagleHow do I mount my Windows Parition in Ubuntu?06:09
h1st0cablesm102, plugins06:09
humblerodenth1st0: yup, I've already done all of that....it doesn't seem to be syncing it periodically06:09
amdgamerquite easy to set up? im a noob at linux06:09
cablesm102h1st0, thanks06:09
h1st0!ntfs > RegalEagle06:09
fiveironw00t!! network light came on!!06:09
ubotuA large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?06:10
h1st0amdgamer, is what easy to set up?06:10
anthonykidso like i said... anyone else here a MAC FANBOY?06:10
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amdgamerthe whole thing?06:10
amdgamersharing the HDD06:10
cablesm102Is Ubotu becoming conscious? intelligent?06:10
sc4ttrbrain!anyone | anthonykid06:10
ubotuanthonykid: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?06:10
h1st0amdgamer, what installing ubuntu?06:10
cablesm102What made it suggest that?06:10
sky123cablesm102: I had the same issue... i guess uninstalling the totem-plugin...which on my box, I believe it kept both totem and mplayer...but used the mplayer-plugin06:11
h1st0amdgamer, oh sharing the hdd over a windows network?06:11
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Madpilotcablesm102, people using the !anyone tell06:11
amdgameri currently have ubuntu 5.10 running live... yes over the W network06:11
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h1st0!samba > amdgamer06:11
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dks_matthey there, I'm having massive problems with my sound setup since changing cards, could anyone tell me if there's a way to completely reinstall all of the sound systems?  Alsamixer is telling me my card doesn't exist, when the card is present in the device mixer and sound settings dialogue.  I installed the new card to play with jack etc. and do recording so it's very important to me I get everything working if anyone could help06:11
dks_mattI would really appreciate it.06:11
anthonykidone more question --> i just purchased a logitech wireless mouse/keyboard setup... what are the chances ill need drivers for them to work?06:11
h1st0!sound > dks_matt06:11
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humblerodentthe new sound mixer in edgy seems screwy....06:12
paradizelostDBO, u around?06:12
Madpilotanthonykid, I've used wireless kb/mice on a couple of versions of Ubuntu, they 'just work' too06:12
dks_mattis there a sound channel?06:12
humblerodentI had to go to alsamixer in order to set my line-in as capture properly06:12
KhalsaHello, If I have this card: nvidia Corporation NV18 [Geforce MX 4000 AGP 8x]  (rev c1), is the the proper document I should be following to install the drivers: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/Nvidia or something else? I tried following that and it killed X, i had to restore the xorg.conf to the default.06:12
anthonykidsounds good06:12
h1st0anthonykid, search for your model on www.ubuntuforums.org but I doubt you'll need drivers.06:12
anthonykidim starting it up now06:12
h1st0Khalsa, sudo apt-get install nvidia-glx06:12
h1st0anthonykid, try the live cd first to see.06:13
anthonykidyeah, i'm doing that now06:13
anthonykidi just put it in... it's providing testing features06:13
h1st0dks_matt, did you check out sound on the desktop guide at help.ubuntu.com?06:13
dks_mattno I'll go check it out thanks06:13
sky123Who has experience with sun-sparc ubuntu install??06:14
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Khalsah1st0: nvidia-glx is already the newest version06:14
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h1st0Khalsa, try glxinfo | grep render      what does that output?06:14
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TravelerHey boys and hopefully one or two girls. I've recently installed Ubuntu and my screen goes pitch-black!06:15
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TravelerI know I've gotten into Ubuntu since I can hear sounds of drums and stuff06:15
h1st0Traveler, did the live cd work?  or has the system's display ever worked with ubuntu?06:15
Travelerlive CD didn't work06:15
Khalsah1st0: A bunch of lines like: Xlin: extenstion "GLX" missing on display ":0.0".06:15
h1st0Traveler, okay what type of video card?06:15
TravelerI used the alternate06:15
Khalsah1st0: Xlib*06:15
TravelerRadeon X700 Mobility06:15
amdgamerlive doesnt affect your system correct?06:15
h1st0Khalsa, okay what else have you tried as far as installing nvidia drivers?06:15
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h1st0Khalsa, did you use automatix?06:15
h1st0amdgamer, correct unless you mount and format the drive its booting off of the cd.06:16
h1st0!fglrx > Traveler06:16
pontusentrying to get iptables working, in it's conf i should have a line like this "-A INPUT -j REJECT --reject-with icmp-port-unreachable" but then i can't copy the bak back?06:16
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sky123automatix...is a bad word around here...lol06:16
anthonykiddamnet, im installing ubuntu right noww, but it's not detecting the wireless keyboard06:16
Khalsah1st0: nothing, just that document, which, on restart of X, did not restart x and went to command line. I then restred the xorg.conf that was backup06:16
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h1st0Traveler, you can boot into recovery mode and install the proper video drivers.  See if that helps you out.06:16
amdgamerahh thanks06:16
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h1st0Khalsa, well just make sure in /etc/X11/xorg.conf you have the line Driver "nvidia"    under the device section.06:17
Khalsah1st0: i doubt it, I just restored it to the default xorg.conf06:17
sky123h1st0: maybe a pastebin of his xorg.conf??06:17
h1st0Khalsa, well thats the problem.  What are you trying to get working?06:17
Travelerh1st0: I can't even get into console, how am I supposed to install theese drivers? :P06:17
lullabudanthonykid:  is it bluetooth or RF?06:17
anthonykidUSB reciever06:18
h1st0Traveler, boot to recovery mode.06:18
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amdgamerreading up on samba shows alot of connecting users, but i want to share my HDD06:18
Khalsah1st0: I haven't tried yet, but I want to get the game "tremulous" working06:18
lullabudanthonykid:  usb with RF or bluetooth?06:18
h1st0amdgamer, well you need to share you hdd with samba.06:18
sky123Traveler: so when you try a ctrl-alt-f1 or f2 it does nothing??06:18
Travelerh1st0: how?06:18
anthonykid(im assuming, it was cheap and i know bluetooth is expensive)06:18
lullabudanthonykid:  what kind of system?06:18
Travelersky123: ctrl-alt-f1 locks my computer up06:18
amdgameri just dont userstand how to set up the permissions06:18
Travelersame with f206:18
h1st0Khalsa, well change the deivce section so that it says Driver "nvidia" instead of nv or vesa.06:18
lullabudanthonykid:  hmm... yeah, probably a bios problem.06:19
cablesm102h1st0, what did you say about disabling the Totem mozilla plugin? My computer crashed, and I have no log of this chat.06:19
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TravelerSo how do I get into recovery mode? -_-06:19
anthonykidlulla: well, maybe not... this is during installation06:19
lullabudanthonykid:  that's one of the best things about newer computers.  bios-level usb peripheral recognition.06:19
h1st0cablesm102, you could try moving the totem plugin out of /usr/share/firefox/plugins/   to somewhere else... That will disable it after restarting firefox.06:19
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anthonykidoh boy...06:19
lullabudanthonykid:  so, does it work, then it quits working?06:19
h1st0cablesm102, but it will remain installed as far as the system is concerned.06:19
cablesm102h1st0, thanks06:19
cablesm102Traveler, when your system boots up, get into the grub menu by holding ESC. Then choose recovery mode from the menu06:19
anthonykidlulla: i've got "Buffer I/O error on device hdc, logical block 114..."06:20
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lullabudanthonykid:  actually, here's a test.  when you press "esc" or "tab" or "f2" when the system is booting, does anything happen?06:20
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TheLancehey does anyone know if there is an mp3 to .aac file converter for linux?06:20
lullabudanthonykid:  that sounds bad.06:20
h1st0TheLance, google?06:20
anthonykidlulla: actually, i've got an interface now, and the mouse is being detected06:20
anthonykidso maybe it's fine06:20
TheLancetried it06:20
anthonykid(taking forever to boot tho)06:21
lullabudanthonykid:  awesome.  it's rad when stuff actually works.  especially wireless mice and keyboards.06:21
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anthonykidsure is... i've got it booted now06:21
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cablesm102h1st0, there is no folder named plugins there. There IS one in /home/.mozilla, but all that's there is the flash plugin06:21
anthonykidLinux n00b here06:21
amdgameri hate wireless mice and keyboards06:21
h1st0TheLance, http://aacs.kingdomsports.net/06:21
amdgamerbatteries die soo quick06:21
amdgamerwell thats my experience06:21
h1st0TheLance, nm don't go there spyware wtf.06:22
TheLancedont worry i fell upon that too06:22
TheLancebut we don't get spyware06:22
TheLancewe're running ubuntu06:22
Dev05Hi. I'm using Edgy here and I was trying to install a theme under Gnome and everything that I get are Windows 95-like controls. What is missing? I tried to compile, for example, the Candido engine and it tells me that I'm missing GTK+-2.8... :/06:22
cablesm102DEv05, I had that same exact problem06:22
Khalsah1st0: oh, I restarted X and the nvidia logo came up for a moment, I assume this means success? (getting tremulous now)06:23
John64that means your NV drivers work06:23
h1st0TheLance, http://blog.i64.pl/PiosBlog/200608/16-convert-mp3-to-aac/06:23
h1st0Khalsa, yes06:23
anthonykidall: wow, i'm amazed--> ubuntu is partitioning my HDD for me... i never would have expected this06:23
Dev05cablesm102, Have you been able to fix it? I simply have no idea at all...06:23
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anthonykidi was assuming i'd just clean install, overwrite windows06:23
anthonykidim impressed already06:23
h1st0Khalsa, to check for sure just glxinfo | grep render it should return Direct Rendering yes or somethign like that.06:23
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cablesm102Dev05, nope. Every other theme has done the same thing also.06:24
TheLancethanks h1stwhatever06:24
Khalsah1st0: yes, direct rendering: YES06:24
h1st0anthonykid, very easy to setup..  You definately want to read help.ubuntu.com  "the desktop guide"  will help you through most of your questions.    Also stay away from automatix and easyubuntu06:24
h1st0Khalsa, you're alls et.06:24
Khalsah1st0: Thank you very much for your help. I really appreciate it06:24
h1st0Khalsa, all set06:24
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Dev05cablesm102, It's really weird. It shouldn't complain about Gtk packages being missing.06:24
anthonykidh1st0: what are automatix and easyubuntu?06:24
cablesm102Is anybody having trouble with themes on Edgy here?06:25
Khalsaanthonykid: automatix killed my first attempt at ubuntu i'd advise against it :-(06:25
anthonykidKhalsa: is it an auto installer?06:25
h1st0anthonykid, they are programs that make installing most common applications "easy"  but however its kind of a hacked way of doing  thingks.  If your check out the desktop guide for all your questions you will be fine.06:25
h1st0cablesm102, no06:25
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anthonykidalright, thanks06:26
cablesm102Dev05, want to file a bug?06:26
anthonykidnow all i need is for someone to explain to me the science behind a microprocessor, and i'm good to go!06:26
h1st0anthonykid, the more experience you get you will see what a waste automatix is.  Because most everything you need can be installed in less clicks than installing autmatix etc...06:26
Dev05cablesm102, Good idea, I hadn't thought about it.06:26
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waseemhi what are good mp4 players?06:26
h1st0waseem, vlc06:27
h1st0waseem, totem  any thing works06:27
TheLanceis the good one06:27
cablesm102Dev05, you do it, then email me the bug # please. Put it to confirmed, also.06:27
squeeeHow do i tell where a pkg comes from?  My wallpaper just turned black saying "USING UNTRUSTED REPOSITORES MAY CAUSE PERMANENT DAMAGE".  Edgy-wallpapers upgraded....06:27
waseemh1st0 the sound doesnt seem to be working though06:27
waseemdo you think its the file itself?06:27
TheLancesudo apt-get install vlc06:27
h1st0waseem, witht he proper codecs .    VLC doesn't need any codecs installed though.06:27
h1st0waseem, what are you trying to play it with?06:27
TheLanceif you search around06:27
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waseemh1st0 i tried both vlc and totem06:27
TheLanceyou can get the .wmv codec to work06:28
waseemand got no sound from both06:28
jribcablesm102, Dev05: you need the -dev packages to compile things.  BUt I am pretty sure candido is in the repositories06:28
TheLanceits probably your sound driver in linux06:28
anthonykidh1st0: i know partitioning an HDD is a tideous process, but ubuntu's installer is taking quite awhile... should i be worried?06:28
h1st0waseem, do you have the restricted codecs installed for totem to work?  i.e. gstreamer etc...06:28
waseemim not sure06:28
waseemhow can i check/06:28
h1st0anthonykid, like how long?06:28
anthonykidit's been about 7/8 minutes now06:28
Dev05jrib, Yeah, but if you try to install a theme, you shouldn't need them. Or... Do you?06:28
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h1st0anthonykid, well did you have it resize the windows partition and create new partitions in the free space?06:29
anthonykidh1st0: yeah06:29
jribDev05: some themes use particular gtk engines, so yes depending on the theme06:29
h1st0anthonykid, well the resizing could take a few minutes.  Also depends on how much data is on the rive.06:29
anthonykidalright, ill give it a bit more06:29
Dev05jrib, this one for example: http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=34779 It won't work, however I do have Clearlooks installed.06:30
anthonykidim escaping past 20 minutes tho06:30
waseemh1st0: ya i have gstreamer06:30
h1st0anthonykid, I belive if you hit ctrl+alt+f1  or +f4  you might be able to see the progress of the installer text based.  To get back to X windows ctrl+alt+f706:30
waseemits not the sound card, thats fine because i can play other things with sound06:30
RegalEagleWhat is the dpkg command to install rpm and tar.gz/tar.ball files?06:30
cablesm102Okay, I want to use mplayer plugin rather than totem plugin for mozilla, but I don't want to uninstall the totem plugin because I'd have to uninstall ubuntu-desktop. How can I disable it from Firefox?06:30
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h1st0waseem, well if vlc can't play it and totem with gstreamer can't.  I'd start questioning the file.  Or possibly see if ffmpeg detects and audio stream.06:30
anthonykidh1st0: hmm... i tried that, nothing06:30
jribDev05: that one should probably work because, like you said, it is using clearlooks.  What exactly happens?06:30
anthonykidbut, my computer is completely responsive in every way06:31
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uboturpm is the RedHat Package Management system. Ubuntu does not use RPM, but !APT, and RPM packages are not supported (the package "alien" can allow installing them, but it's quite dangerous).06:31
waseemhow can i check if ffmpeg detects the audio stream?06:31
amdgamersamba security = ADS, what does that mean?06:31
h1st0cablesm102, i've told you sudo mv /usr/share/firefox/plugins/tot* /home/<username>/06:31
h1st0cablesm102, then restart firefox.06:31
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ubotuapt is the Advanced Package Tool, which together with dpkg forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit. Short apt-get manual: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AptGetHowto  -  Also see !Synaptic (Gnome) or !Adept (KDE)06:31
h1st0waseem, try converting it.06:31
cablesm102h1st0, there is no plugins folder in usr/share/firefox06:31
lullabudamdgamer:  Active Directory Server ?06:31
amdgamerah makes sense06:31
h1st0cablesm102, try locate firefox/plugins06:32
jribcablesm102: /usr/lib but you can just do:  sudo touch /usr/lib/firefox/plugins/*mplayer*   and firefox will rpefer mplayer06:32
RegalEagleCould someone show me how to install a package that Ive downloaded off of a website?06:32
waseemh1st0: convert it just by renaming it? or is there a special thing i have to do06:32
cablesm102jrib, thanks06:32
h1st0cablesm102, if it returns nothing sudo updatedb  then locate firefox/plugins   it may be in /usr/share/mozilla-firefox/plugins or something around there.06:32
eetfunkI'm following a tutorial and this bit is not familiar to me... what does it mean and how do i do it?  "I removed the setuid bit from the binary, and made it world-executable."06:32
h1st0jrib, nice  didn't realize touch would work.06:32
anthonykidh1st0: it's been about 15 minutes now :/06:33
h1st0eetfunk, it would help if you told us what the hell you where trying ot do?06:33
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eetfunkh1st0: install an app06:33
ubotusynaptic is Ubuntu's Graphical Package Manager. For a good howto see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SynapticHowto06:33
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jribRegalEagle: what is it a package for?06:34
h1st0eetfunk, but that would mostlikley mean that any person could execute it i.e. sudo chmod a+x whateverfile   also it may mean you hav eto put the file in yoru path somewhere.06:34
squeeeHow do i find out which repository a package came from?06:34
bsniderhas anybody got a geforce 6200?06:34
RegalEaglejrib: VMware tools06:34
h1st0eetfunk, what app?06:34
jribRegalEagle: you can double click on .deb's06:34
cablesm102jrib, Touch didn't work... trying deleting the file06:34
h1st0squeee, /msg ubotu info <packagename>06:34
RegalEaglejrib: There's an rpm and tar.gz package06:34
jribcablesm102: you have to close all instances of firefox and open it again06:34
h1st0squeee, also possible apt-cache showpkg packagename      may work.06:34
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jribubotu: tell RegalEagle about vmware06:35
eetfunkh1st0: dspam06:35
cablesm102jrib, i did...06:35
ubotuVMWare Player is in Ubuntu's !Multiverse repository. Instructions to install VMWare Server can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallingVMWare06:35
h1st0eetfunk, you realize its in the repos right?06:35
RegalEagleI need the VMware tools06:35
eetfunkh1st0: yes but i want to install from source06:35
h1st0eetfunk, could be installed via synaptic or sudo apt-get install dspam  would work.06:35
RegalEaglenot player06:35
h1st0eetfunk, ahh well if you want to install from source.06:35
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jribRegalEagle: search the wiki for vmware tools, there's a page06:36
TokenbadRegalEagle, what are you trying t do...06:36
Tokenbadthe vmware tools?06:36
pontusenhelp! i can only get port 22 open with iptables, can't see what im doing wrong!?06:36
RegalEagleRPM and tar.gz packages06:36
Tokenbadhave you loaded vmware...and your virtual machine?06:36
RegalEagleRunning Ubuntu right now06:36
jribRegalEagle: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VmwareTools06:36
Tokenbadok hold a min06:36
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Tokenbadyou can pick to install vmware from within vmware server06:37
Tokenbadat the top...think its vmware....06:37
Tokenbadthen under that install vmware tools06:37
RegalEagleIt brings up two packages06:37
RegalEagleAn RPM and a tar.gz06:38
tonyyarussoI could use some help with lirc/irda if anyone's done that06:38
Tokenbadhmm.....weird...mine did a auto install06:38
bsniderhas anybody got any geforce 6x series card?06:38
RegalEagleDouble-clicking doesnt work06:38
Tokenbadwell rpm will not work in ubuntu06:38
RegalEagleIve got alien installed06:38
Tokenbadso would have to get tar.gz06:38
RegalEagleIve got the tar.gz06:38
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Tokenbaddid you untar it?06:38
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RegalEagleHow do I do that?06:39
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TokenbadI normally do gunzip file.tar.gz...then tar -xf file.tar06:39
anthonykidall: if i dual boot, will ubuntu automatically add a boot loader?06:39
Tokenbadbut think there is a step with tar to do it all in one step06:40
gunnerto windows that is06:40
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Jordan_Uyes still06:40
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RegalEaglegunzip file.tar.gz06:40
RegalEagleSo I do that?06:40
h1st0squeee, just change your wallpaper?  I don't understand?06:40
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Tokenbadwhere file is the full name of the the file...yes06:40
h1st0RegalEagle, tar xvzf file.tar.gz06:40
Tokenbadthen do tar -xf file.tar06:40
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Tokenbadh1st0, has the command I couldn't remember06:41
h1st0RegalEagle, tar -xzvf file.tar.gz06:41
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RegalEagleDo I do that in a terminal?06:42
jribtar xf file.tar.gz  will work as well, tar is getting smart06:42
h1st0RegalEagle, yes06:42
anthonykidare there less features on the live CD than are there in an actual installation?06:42
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amdgameranthonykid, live is slow06:42
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Madpilotanthonykid, no, same stuff is installed by default on both.06:42
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VaunHow can I tell if Aiglx is running?06:43
Madpilotand yes, live is slow compared to installed06:43
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h1st0anthonykid, not really you but you can install any software you want using synaptic   You can even install program while booted to the live cd with synaptic.  However they will be gone after reboot.06:43
harisundHello! When I use iptables to log packets, where do they get logged? In some file? There are some bad packets being dropped, I want to know where they are coming from.06:43
h1st0harisund, perhaps in /var/log somehwere?06:43
RegalEagleIt wont let me tar it06:43
anthonykidthank's all06:44
RegalEagletar: Child returned status 206:44
anthonykiddamn, this partitioner is taking quite awhile06:44
harisundh1st0: yeah.. that's what I thought too.. do you have any idea of that file?06:44
lullabudRegalEagle:  try `file foo.tar.gz`06:44
h1st0RegalEagle, tar -zxvf file.tar.gz  wille xtract it into a folder06:44
lullabudRegalEagle:  "file" is actually the command.06:44
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h1st0harisund, dunno look for a iptables directory in /var/log/06:45
RegalEagleSo I enter that word for word?06:45
h1st0harisund, most log files get put there.  Or possibly in /tmp06:45
lullabudRegalEagle:  well, change the foo.tar.gz to whatever the actual filename is.06:45
squeeeh1st0: It just feels like a threat to me and i'd like to find out which repository did it.06:45
lullabudRegalEagle:  the child process is probably gunzip, so if it's returning 2 it may not be a valid file.06:45
RegalEagleIt's on cdrom006:46
RegalEagleThe package is06:46
lullabudRegalEagle:  what is the full filename?06:46
h1st0squeee,  Well you had to change your wallpaper unless you are running a beta version of ubuntu like fiesty.06:46
h1st0squeee, possibly when the theme updated something got borked.06:46
lullabudRegalEagle:  so, if it's on a cdrom, you can't extract it.  you'll have to `cp VMwareTools-1.0.1-29996.tar.gz ~/` or something06:46
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lullabudRegalEagle:  then extract it.06:46
RegalEagleI'll try06:47
tukoguys i have a dialup problem, can you help me ?06:47
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harisundh1st0: thanks for the help ... I am not able to find it.. I will continue to search :)06:47
h1st0RegalEagle, cp that file to your home folder first06:47
squeeeh1st0: No it's an image with a skull and crossbones with a threatening message about my repositories... i really wanna find out what did this06:47
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h1st0RegalEagle, you can't extract it on the cd.06:47
RegalEagleIt wont cp >_>06:47
h1st0squeee, screenshot?06:47
shiggityGuys, BEAUTIFUL job on the new Ubuntu release. It's incredible.06:48
h1st0squeee, you can upload it to www.imageshack.us  dunno if pastebin allows screen shots you could also try there.06:48
RegalEagleI did: cp VMwareTools-1.0.1-29996.tar.gz ~/06:48
h1st0harisund, well you could try locate06:48
h1st0harisund, locate iptables06:48
lullabudRegalEagle:  then do `cd ; tar -xvzf VMwareTools-1.0.1-29996.tar.gz`06:48
h1st0cd ~06:48
lullabudh1st0:  `cd` is the same as `cd ~`06:49
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h1st0lullabud, ahh cool06:49
boris55hey all06:49
h1st0Is there a keyboard shortcut for that?06:49
squeeeh1st0: http://img168.imageshack.us/my.php?image=ubuntusmoothchocolatezn2.png06:49
lullabudh1st0:  yeah, it's C D06:49
h1st0squeee, I have never seen that before.  That is definately odd.06:49
boris55question about using bcm43xx?06:50
h1st0lullabud, lol06:50
h1st0lullabud, well its still one key press longer than a shortcut.06:50
sc4ttrbrainsqueee, lol,good wallpaper06:50
RegalEagleStill not working06:50
h1st0lullabud, like ctrl+d type stuff06:50
lullabudh1st0:  LOL, only a quake geek would worry about one keystroke06:50
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squeeeanybody know how to find out where this came from?06:51
lullabudh1st0:  the quake 1 manual said to use ".rc" instead of ".cfg" because it was one letter shorter. :P06:51
h1st0squeee, welll do you use aptitude or apt-get to install software06:51
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squeeethere was an upgrade for edgy-wallpapers06:51
h1st0lullabud, lol06:51
squeeeand that's waht happend06:51
minghuaCan edgy desktop i386 install CD handle existent LVM?06:51
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h1st0squeee, Well i'm up to date and I don't have that wallpaper06:52
lullabudsqueee:  you might try doing a `strings /path/wallpaper.png | more` and see what it says.06:52
RegalEagleOk, I extracted the tar.gz to my Desktop06:52
amdgameryou dont have to restart samba when you add a user?06:52
squeeehist0: I used a list of repositories from a friend, so i have alot06:52
jribsqueee: that wallpaper hints at the problem, what unofficial repos are you using06:52
squeeelullabud: I ran it through hexedit, nothing06:52
RegalEaglelullbud: I extracted the tar.gz to the Desktop06:53
squeeejrib: Too many to list, I'm going to format just in case, but i want to find out what did this06:53
jribsqueee: apt-cache policy edgy-wallpapers06:53
RegalEaglelullabud: By righ-click -> Extract to06:53
lullabudRegalEagle:  awesome!  let's all celebrate with a shot!06:53
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h1st0RegalEagle, http://monkeyblog.org/ubuntu/installing/06:53
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RegalEaglelullabud: So how do I install now?06:53
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lullabudRegalEagle:  ah, it's awesome when people find shortcuts. :)  i'm such a terminal nerd i forget that there actually are easy ways to do stuff.06:53
squeeejrib: gave me this...  http://johan.kiviniemi.name06:54
h1st0RegalEagle, take a look at the link I sent you will tell you how to install anything in ubuntu.06:54
cpk1trying to ssh to my other box using ssh user@host and it is refusing me?06:54
RegalEagleh1st0, Ive got that link bookmarked ;)06:54
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h1st0lullabud, well terminal is a much easier way to tell people how to do stuff on irc.06:54
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lullabudcpk1:  what's the error say, or is it just timing out?06:54
lullabudh1st0:  true.dat06:54
h1st0cpk1, is sshd running on the other box?06:54
jribsqueee: well that's probably it then06:54
cpk1it says connection refused06:54
lullabudcpk1:  ssh is probably not installed.06:55
cpk1and i have no idea its completely headless right now06:55
h1st0!ssh > cpk106:55
lullabudcpk1:  ....on the target host, that is.06:55
cpk1i see, is there any way i can access it then without ssh?06:55
cpk1i would like to turn it off nicely06:55
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h1st0cpk1, not without a head06:56
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h1st0cpk1, unless you exploited it.06:56
screechingcatwhy does Ubuntu say i have two floppy drives even though i have only one ?06:56
cpk1forgive me, dear desktop06:56
KhalsaWhat is the linux filezilla/smartftp equivalent? (I know how to do ftp/etc from command line, just would be nice to have a gui)06:56
lullabudcpk1:  sometimes you can press ctrl-alt-del to get it to reboot... then power off when you hear the post beep.06:56
amdgamersamba, do i want wins server?06:56
cpk1yes but it doesnt even have a keyboard or mouse atm06:56
Toma-Khalsa: d4x06:56
RegalEagleh1st0: What are these "compiler tools"?06:56
screechingcatmy / dir contains "Floppy1 and Floppy Drive"06:57
lullabudcpk1:  plug one in?06:57
screechingcathow do i get rid of the Floppy1 ?06:57
cpk1i dont have any of those with me right now ><06:57
h1st0RegalEagle, sudo apt-get build-essential   thats a meta package of tools for compiling software from source.06:57
lullabudscreechingcat:  the preferred method is to throw it out the window.06:57
cpk1i will just have to be mean to it06:57
KhalsaToma-: do i want d4x or d4x-common?06:57
h1st0cpk1, do you ahve acpi?06:57
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screechingcatlullabud: the floppy drive or the icon ?06:58
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lullabudscreechingcat:  LOL, good question!06:58
Trixse1Ahh, thanks for the help... got in now :)06:58
h1st0cpk1, you could try just tapping the power button not holding it down.   See if it powers down that would be a nice way of suspending it.06:58
lullabudscreechingcat:  you should be able to delete them with root privs.06:58
Trixse1h1st0: thx for your help :D06:58
cpk1i tried tapping it and didnt work06:58
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h1st0Trixse1, np06:58
cpk1i powered it off >=(06:58
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screechingcatlullabud: i tried. it got deleted and then came back after reboot06:58
RegalEagleh1st0: Invalid operation build-essential06:58
lullabudscreechingcat:  do you have a floppy disk drive?06:58
h1st0cpk1, ahh well you have to do what you have to do sometimes06:59
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screechingcatlullabud: yeah but only 106:59
cpk1anyways time to go move it back to its peripherals thanks for the help =)06:59
h1st0RegalEagle, sudo apt-get install build-essential06:59
screechingcatlullabud: and ubuntu shows 206:59
lullabudscreechingcat:  and these are in your root directory?06:59
h1st0RegalEagle, sry typo little buzzed here. Was out drinking all night.06:59
specialbuddycan someone help me out with getting apollon working?06:59
screechingcatlullabud: yeah06:59
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lullabudscreechingcat:  do you have a virtual floppy, like from your bios emulating a usb flash disk as a floppy?06:59
screechingcatlullabud: i dont have a USB flash disk07:00
h1st0specialbuddy, you mean installing it?07:00
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tonyyarussoWhat provides the lirc_sir module?07:00
KeyseirI'm having a wierd bug with apt-get on edgy. I referenced google but couldn't find an answer. Help please? http://pastebin.com/82169707:00
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specialbuddyI have it installed but I can't get any of the networks to connect07:00
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screechingcatspecialbuddy: you need to configure GiFT07:00
h1st0lullabud, my typos are extremely high tonight.  Probably cuz I can barely see straight.  Gotta live spelll cheking.  But i'm to lazy to fix most of it.07:00
specialbuddyI did but I still can't figure out what I'm doing wrong07:01
screechingcatspecialbuddy: there's a good guide on it in the ubuntu forums07:01
h1st0specialbuddy, firewall?07:01
h1st0specialbuddy, www.ubuntuforums.org07:01
specialbuddyI have a router07:01
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RegalEagleh1st0: Is this available in Synaptic? I dont have my Ubuntu disc and it's not recognizing the Ubuntu ISO that VMware is supplying07:01
screechingcatspecialbuddy: just look up "\GiFT, gnutella, ares, kazza" in the search box07:01
lullabudLOL @ h1st0 spelll checking indeed!07:01
Trixse1How do I compile stuff like mplayer in Ubuntu?07:01
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h1st0!info build-essential07:02
squeeeKeyseir: Try "sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list" and change the remove us.archive to just archive in all of them07:02
ubotubuild-essential: informational list of build-essential packages. In component main, is optional. Version 11.3 (edgy), package size 6 kB, installed size 48 kB07:02
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screechingcatTrixse1: by following guides that greater mortals have posted07:02
h1st0RegalEagle, yes its in synaptic07:02
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Toma-Trixse1: its better to use synaptic to simple install the pre-compiled versions07:02
screechingcatTrixse1: just google "compile mplayer ubuntu"07:02
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Keyseirsquee: ok07:02
RegalEagleSorry for all the work Im causing :p07:02
Trixse1ok thanks07:02
lullabudKeyseir:  that problem looks like a server issue...07:02
h1st0RegalEagle, any package int he repos is availble to install via synaptic its just easier for me to tell you to apt-get install rather than open synaptic and search and install.  blah blah07:03
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lullabudKeyseir:  probably referencing a 404 or something.07:03
RegalEagleAh ok07:03
screechingcatlullabud: did u figure anything out about my mysterious floppy drive ?07:03
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xiphoidWhere can I find info about that cool xlg/compiz stuff? I have installed an older ubunto 6.something just now. .And want to give it a go07:03
h1st0!away lunchbox07:03
ubotuaway: A terminal locking program. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9.5-3 (edgy), package size 17 kB, installed size 124 kB07:03
screechingcatxiphoid: !beryl07:03
h1st0!away > lunchbox07:03
amdgamerughh i dont get it, how do i make windows and linux authorize eachother so i can access files?07:03
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h1st0xiphoid, /j #ubuntu-xgl07:04
amdgamerive added an acount07:04
specialbuddyI've seen these tutorials and they still don't work07:04
xiphoidSweet, good stuff guys :)07:04
amdgamerand set a pass but it doesnt work07:04
screechingcatamdgamer: install ntfs-3g07:04
ubotuberyl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. See http://forum.beryl-project.org/  -  Please see #ubuntu-xgl for help with beryl.07:04
amdgamerits FAT07:04
Feldegast#ubuntu-xgl is a good place07:04
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xiphoidThanks :)07:04
screechingcatamdgamer: then you should have no problem07:04
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lullabudscreechingcat:  nope.  i don't know much about floppies, haven't had to use one in like 6 years, except to install RAID drivers in @#$% win2k3 server.07:04
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h1st0Feldegast, #ubuntu+1 is cooler07:04
screechingcatamdgamer: do u mean windows to linux ?07:04
amdgamerfor windows the login box07:05
Keyseirsqueee: removed the "us" ran apt-get update and no error messages. Thx07:05
screechingcatamdgamer: install the e2fs driver for windows07:05
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amdgamercomes up as [computername] /something07:05
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amdgameras the username07:05
screechingcatamdgamer: forget all the users and whatever you were doing07:05
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squeeeKeyseir: No problem :D07:05
screechingcatamdgamer: just install this e2fs driver07:05
amdgameron the windows machine?07:05
screechingcatamdgamer: yeah07:06
screechingcatamdgamer: google it and download the exe07:06
amdgameron it07:06
h1st0screechingcat, why would he do that instead of just getting samba working properly07:07
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tonyyarussoI'm trying to make my CD player's remote control work with my Thinkpad laptop via irda/lirc, and I have no idea what I'm doing.  I've read stuff on the Thinkwiki, Ubuntu wiki, and lirc site, and I think I have some pieces in place, but it's not all coming together.07:07
screechingcatamdgamer: this is a netwrok ?07:07
h1st0tonyyarusso, do you have lircd running and is it seeing your irda port?07:08
screechingcatamdgamer: not a dualboot ?07:08
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h1st0tonyyarusso, if so try irw and see if the remote is being pickedup.07:08
amdgameryes network07:08
tonyyarussoh1st0: I've had it both running and not; I'm supposed to have it not when doing a configuration step.  No idea if it sees anything.07:08
h1st0tonyyarusso, and if thats the case then you just mostlikely need a .lircrc in yoru ~07:08
screechingcatamdgamer: oh shit. im sorry. i thought u meant a dualboot07:08
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h1st0tonyyarusso, irw isyour friend07:08
tonyyarussoh1st0: irw gives me an error and won't run07:08
Keyseirwhat happens if you "sudo chown $user / -R"?07:08
amdgameryeah i didnt understand where i was going with that07:08
screechingcatamdgamer: im sorry mate07:09
h1st0tonyyarusso, hrm... lsmod | grep lirc07:09
amdgamerbut im having trouble setting up the usernames, no problem dude07:09
tonyyarussoh1st0: Nothing atm.07:09
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h1st0amdgamer, there are hundreds of samba howtos on the net.07:09
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h1st0tonyyarusso, ps aux | grep lircx07:09
h1st0tonyyarusso, ps aux | grep lirc07:09
tonyyarussoh1st0: Actually, now I got it to run, but it doesn't do anything.07:09
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amdgameranother search here i come07:10
tonyyarussoh1st0: nobody    7796  0.0  0.0   1796   432 ?        Ss   01:00   0:00 /usr/sbin/inputlircd /dev/input/event0 /dev/input/event1 /dev/input/event2 /dev/input/event3 /dev/input/event4 /dev/input/event507:10
screechingcatamdgamer: dont just do a google search07:10
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h1st0tonyyarusso, well if you get irw running try pointing the mote at the sensor and hitting buttons.07:10
screechingcatamdgamer: search in the ubuntu document storage facility07:10
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tonyyarussoh1st0: nothing07:11
h1st0tonyyarusso, you need the lirc module loaded though I know that much.  outside of that its been awhile since i've messed with lirc.07:11
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tonyyarussoh1st0: Additionally, the ThinkWiki mentioned a lirc_sir module, which I seem not to have.07:11
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h1st0Okay i need to lay down for a bit.07:11
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tonyyarussoAw man07:13
BadeAnyone got any knowledge about pcmcia cards and the freezing that happens during boot???07:13
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amdgamerunder HDD partitions what does access path mean?07:15
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startgame412hello all hows it going07:19
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NsOmNiAcanyone point me to a better site for setting up a second NIC to pull DHCP from a router07:19
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tamacrackeranyone here?07:21
Rookie_833 users ...07:21
startgame412does anyone know if Ubuntu will be able to work on the plystation 3?07:21
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tamacrackerhm... where's the user list at?07:21
carthiktamacracker, my left07:22
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tamacrackercarthik all I see is the Ubuntu servers list :(07:22
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vega__Hello people.07:23
startgame412hello hows it going07:23
vega__What's the most common media player for Ubuntu?07:23
tamacrackeror Amarok :D07:23
anderbubblethat'd be for Kubuntu07:23
startgame412will ubuntu be able to work on the ps3?07:24
tamacrackerGuys.... I really really need your help, I've checked the forum board, either I'm horrifically stupid, or I cannot understand what it is I'm doing wrong with I try to install Nicotine07:24
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tamacrackerwith = when07:24
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xiphoidHere I am again :p Sorry :) I know you guys hate nubs07:25
vega__Nubs are what this channel is for.07:25
OctobersDarkvega__: VLC Player is popular as in MPlayer07:25
xiphoidIs there a live cd iso I can download from edgy eft?07:25
anderbubblexiphoid, the main installer boots as a live cd07:25
OctobersDarkas IS MPlayer07:25
startgame412you can download a livecd from ubu site07:25
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tamacrackercan anyone help me install nicotine on edgy please?07:26
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amdgameris there was way to have a public share07:26
dks_mattcan anybody tell me how to reconfigure/reinstall alsa?07:26
amdgamerno login??07:26
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carthikdks_matt, alsaconf from the commandline I think07:27
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vega__I can't seem to delete sources.list, but i need to restore a backup07:27
vega__Any help?07:27
carthikdks_matt, if you want to reinstall it, use sudo apt-get install --reinstall <whatever>07:28
dks_mattalsaconf isnt there the only options are alsactl and alsamixer07:28
carthikvega__, use sudo <whatever-command>07:28
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dks_mattis it possible to reinstall the whole of alsa?07:28
vega__So if I do it from console and use sudo it will delete?  Thanks.07:28
dks_mattits not a package07:28
dks_mattive reinstalled everything in synaptic that has anything to do with alsa and it hasnt solved my problem07:29
carthikdks_matt, apt-cache search alsa will tell you what packages have "alsa" in their name.... reinstall the one that you think you need.07:29
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vega__I forgot how to work Terminal.07:29
vega__Yes I'm a blonde.07:29
vega__How do you delete things again?07:29
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carthikvega__, sudo rm whatever.txt07:29
vega__rm, Thanks.07:29
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OctobersDarkvega__: You can also use Krusader in root mode and overwrite the list that way too by replacing the file if you have a back-up07:30
OctobersDarkvega__: It is a more graphical solution07:30
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dks_mattI've already reinstalled everything I could find it didn't help07:30
dks_mattmaybe if I explain my problem?07:31
vega__As long as I have the words I need I can use command line style computing.07:31
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about xwinwrap - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi07:31
OctobersDarkvega__: didn't mean to say you couldn't :-) no offense07:31
vega__None taken.07:31
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dks_mattI've been trying to sort this for hours now :(07:32
juanhey alguien me puede ayudar???07:32
dks_mattI thought it was my sound card07:32
dks_mattbut I can get some things to play07:32
startgame412hola juan07:33
dks_mattit's just anything to do with alsa gives me a message saying my sound card doesnt exist and i dont understand why07:33
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juanke onda07:33
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youserhey ayone here use icon themes?07:33
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juanlo que pasa es que acabo de instalar ubuntu 5.1007:33
juanademas soy nuevo en la onda de linux07:33
juany no se por donde empezar!!!07:34
startgame412yo tambien07:34
ubotuPara Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, all obtendrn mas ayuda.07:34
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vega__What's the syntax to use rename?  What does the -v, -n, and -f do?07:35
yousericon themes?07:35
vega__Just sudo rename /etc/apt/sources.list.save /etc/apt/sources.list doesnt work.07:35
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roryyvega__: use 'mv' instead07:35
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vega__Okay thanks.07:35
vega__So rename doesn't do anything helpful?07:35
vega__Or am I just using it wrong?07:36
roryyyou can read 'man rename' to find out; it's for renaming groups of files in a pattern07:36
vega__MV worked, thanks.07:36
startgame412What's the best way to intall ubuntu. I have the live cd but would like to mave it on my pc so i don't have ot keep on configuring my setings each time i boot into Ubuntu07:37
startgame412It seems simple enough to me but I am woried about not erasing my windows xp install07:37
vega__It does not erase windows.07:37
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mikm[laptop] startgame412- There should be an install icon on the desktop of the livecd07:37
vega__And it comes with an easy graphical interface when you start your computer asking which operating system to start.07:38
h3htimohey, can someone help me get fglrx working???07:38
halex-abstartgame412, you can install it on a memory stick if you need..07:38
dortostartgame412, if you install ubuntu on a separate partition, you can use both windows and ubuntu at the same time07:38
startgame412I understand what to do but I am being cautious as to not overide my windows xp install and loose all my files07:38
vega__But that is dangerous, so I've heard.07:38
mikm[laptop] Well, not at the *same* time07:38
vega__You could, but that's bad practice07:38
mikm[laptop] How would you do that?07:38
startgame412can i use qpart ot do a partiion?07:38
vega__Dual boot.07:38
dortostartgame412, how many partitions do you have on your computer? how many of them store windows os, windows applicatios and windows data?07:39
mikm[laptop] vega__- But that's not at the "same" time :p07:39
roryystartgame412: i think there might be a way to say your settings on a memory stick07:39
mikm[laptop] vega__- Dual booting is safe.07:39
startgame412only 1 big 80 GB partion07:39
roryydual booting is bad practise *horrors!*07:39
youserdual booting rocks07:39
vega__Dual booting is safe?  Then I'm misinformed.07:39
halex-abHow is it not safe?07:39
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youserexcept windows shouldnt be ued on a linux computer cuz its inferior07:40
youserand itll make linux thnk you dont love it anymore07:40
roryyi've been dual-booting for about three years and i haven't had an injury yet07:40
halex-abheh, 'other' than that..07:40
mikm[laptop] youser- :|07:40
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vega__I thought dual booting caused some programs to crash.  I guess not.07:40
dortostartgame412, in that case you will have to defragment the entire disk, TAKE A BACKUP OF IMPORTANT DATA, use GParted or something like that to create a new partition and then install ubuntu on it07:40
mikm[laptop] vega__- No...07:40
h3htimoanybody wanna try to help me with getting my video card driver to work???07:40
mikm[laptop] !ati | h3htimo07:40
ubotuh3htimo: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto07:40
vega__I wish WINE worked on 64 bit linux07:40
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vega__Then I could throw windows out.07:40
startgame412tahnks guys07:41
youseranyone here use icon themes in ubuntu?07:41
roryystartgame412: here's how to save your settings on a memory stick: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDPersistence07:41
mikm[laptop] I don't bother using 64-bit yet; the benefits don't outweigh the extra hassle.07:41
vega__I'm considering switching to 32 bit linux.07:41
vega__Even though my processor is 64 bit.07:41
quinnsterI just use two 32 bit computers at the same time.07:41
mikm[laptop] youser- I'm a fan of the Snowish theme for Gnome and the Cezaane theme for KDE07:42
vega__That doesn't help gaming.07:42
mikm[laptop] quinnster- heh :)07:42
youseri use dapper gnome07:42
youseri use glass icons07:42
yousertheyre sick07:42
dortoits pain in the nect to maintain 64 bit applications. will give them a try after 1-2 years later07:42
vega__But then again since WINE doesnt work with 64 bit, I can't game on it anyway.07:42
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youseri have the mozilla snowfox too07:42
dortofor now, 32 bit applications will do07:42
youserbut my desktop folders are glass07:42
h3htimomikm[laptop] , already tried that07:42
youserbut when i browse folders07:42
yousertheyre regular brown07:42
sandy16can any body help to boot from my grub07:42
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youseri was wondering if icon themes only work for desktop and not inside folders?07:43
daywalkerhello all, im having problems installing beryl, can anyoune assist?07:43
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mikm[laptop] youser- The icon set might be incomplete07:43
Xaphoocan someone send me or pastebin me a completely default version of sources.list ?07:43
dortosandy16, daywalker just ask your questions with as much info as possible07:43
youserso they should work for alll icons inside my comp?07:43
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keironhi. i have a REALLY annoying mount problem. i have this in my fstab: //dawn/Desktop    /home/keiron/dawn smbfs dmask=777,fmask=777  0    0 but when i boot my machine i have to sudo mount -a to get the mount to mount07:44
XaphooCan someone please send or pastebin me a completely default version of sources.list?07:44
vega__Well I have broken the package manager beyond my ability to fix it.07:44
vega__What's the reinstall program command from terminal?07:44
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic07:44
daywalkerwhen i enter this command "glxinfo | grep rendering" i get no07:44
keirondoes anyone have any idea why it doesn't mount on startup of the os or a good work around07:44
mikm[laptop] keiron- Try adding ",user" after fmask=77707:44
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mikm[laptop] keiron- (No quotes, of course)07:44
sandy16dorto, i have installed edgy in my primary aprtion by keeping dapper aside .. dunno why, the grub is not loding intel boot agent is coming up07:44
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youseri do hVE GLASS ICONS  IN FOLDERS07:44
youserjust not with nautilus07:45
Xaphoo!easysource  doesn't do anything07:45
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about easysource  doesn't do anything - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi07:45
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic07:45
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roryyXaphoo: go to http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic07:45
dortosandy16, you don't see the grub boot loader during the boot-up?07:45
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sandy16dorto, i did its was installing on hd007:46
Xaphoough, that website doesn't have edgy07:46
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dortosandy16, do you have a live cd? dapper, edgy, knoppix or whatever?07:46
keironmikm[laptop] : thanks i'm gonna try that now07:46
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vega__What's all the talk about edgy?  A new linux distro?07:46
sandy16dorto, ya i do07:46
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mikm[laptop] vega__- edgy is the codename for the most recent (6,10) release of Ubuntu07:46
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vega__Oh there is a new ubuntu release?07:46
mikm[laptop] vega__- Dapper (6.06) is the previous one07:47
digivorewhats the file that i can set my netork card settings ?07:47
vega__But edgy isn't an animan name..07:47
dortosandy16, then boot from it, change to the edgy partition using 'chroot' command, and reinstall grub on MBR07:47
h3htimocmon guys ive been working on this for days now can someone just try to point me in the right direction??? i need help getting fglrx to be my video driver.... it shows up that mesa is my driver now07:47
tamacrackerbut it's a lil more "ugh" compared to dapper drake07:47
dortosandy16, man chroot07:47
sandy16dorto, moreover i have even tried to reinstall my grub using grub> root (hd0,0) follwed by setup (hd0)07:47
daywalkerwhen i enter this command "glxinfo | grep rendering" i get no. also when i try this " sudo nvidia-glx-config enable " i get your  x configuration has been altered......07:47
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SkyDriftercan anyone help me please? Whilst experimenting I chose the login window chooser rather than greeting... but I use my system on desktop, not as a server... now I cannot login... is there a solution?07:47
tamacrackerHey anyone have nicotine and can help me step by step on installing it? The forum has a step that I cannot get past so I need real time help, please.07:48
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vega__What is the command to reinstall a program such as Synaptic?07:48
roryySkyDrifter: what do you mean you can't login? What happens when your computer starts?07:49
dortosandy16, see if this helps: http://beans.seartipy.com/2005/12/29/system-rescue-act-using-gnulinux-live-cd/07:49
roryyvega__: something like 'sudo apt-get install --reinstall synaptic' -- but be careful if you've broken things07:49
SkyDrifterthank you roryy, I am asked via a panel to list my host, but I dont have one07:49
dortosandy16, but in summary, you can always reinstall grub on mbr by booting from a live cd07:49
vega__All I broke was the repositories file.07:49
vega__When I was a n00b trying to install WINE, before I found out it didn't work on 64 bit.07:50
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daywalkeri have glx runing with compiz from a dapper installation.i upgraded to edgy & all went good but now id like to install beryl shou;ld i get rid of compiz first or wjat?07:50
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tamacrackercan anyone help me install nicotine please?07:50
quinnsterdaywalker, just curious.  how was xgl?07:50
keirondamn, that didn't work07:50
keironis there any file that i can add commands to that is run at boot?07:51
daywalkerquinnster, great i had no problems with it & it was really cool07:51
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roryySkyDrifter: sorry, I'm not at all familiar with this panel.  How did you choose this behaviour?07:51
roryyvega__: you can follow the easysource link to regenerate a standard sources.list07:52
SkyDrifterroryy, through the login option in admin07:52
quinnsterdaywalker, cool thanks.  i'm planning to install it tomorrow07:52
Xaphoocan someone please send me a DEFAULT sources.list?07:52
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SkyDrifterrorry, so I can't put in my user name07:52
Xaphooplease, it will just take a second07:52
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vega__What is 'the easysource link'?07:53
roryy!easysource | vega__07:53
ubotuvega__: source-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic07:53
tamacrackerCan anyone help me extract my nicotine into my Home... it says I'm not allowed.07:53
daywalkerquinnster, i installed it as a session rather than default.I later made it my default set up, but maybe try it as a session just incase07:53
Xaphoosource-o-matic is no good07:53
Xaphooit gives me all these outdated repos07:53
dortoextract nicotine in one's home? it's illegal in most countries...07:54
tamacrackerare we not allowed to talk about nicotine anymore?07:54
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roryySkyDrifter: hmm. confusing. What version of ubuntu are you running?07:54
tamacrackerheh.... i need to extract it into my home folder :\07:54
quinnsterdaywalker, ok thanks.  i'm doing it all on a testing partition but i'm hoping it works well on my laptop07:54
SkyDrifterI am using dapper roryy07:54
Xaphoocan someone send me an EDGY SOURCES.LIST ?  I know about source-o-matic, but it's not good07:55
roryySkyDrifter: ah.  I think the edgy config for that must be a bit different, because I have `hostname choose' ticked, but it doesn't effect my login07:55
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roryySkyDrifter: have you ever edited text config files before?  Because you can possibly fix this by editing /etc/gdm/gdm.conf, but I'm not sure what you'd change07:56
SkyDrifterok... roryy, when I boot, the welcome screen no longer shows, I think dapper wants me to log into a server, but i am using this system direct to our router07:56
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SkyDrifteryes, I have, but I dont know how to get my terminal roryy07:57
roryySkyDrifter: press Ctrl-Alt-F107:57
nrdbis there a way to get apt-get to just download (and not install) a package without also getting all the dependancies?07:57
SkyDrifter:-) thank you roryy, will try it now, am about to get off my windows hdd... Be Back Soon and will let you know07:58
Xaphoocan someone send me an EDGY SOURCES.LIST ?  I know about source-o-matic, but it's not good07:58
roryyXaphoo: here's my edgy sources.list: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/30943/07:58
Xaphoothanks sorry07:58
Xaphoofor re-posting07:58
vega__Thanks for the link, I managed to get the package manager working again.07:58
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tamacrackerCan anyone please help me extract my nicotine files into my home folder? It won't let me access it.07:59
roryyXaphoo: if you have an Ubuntu install CD/DVD, and want to save a little bandwidth, you will want to run 'apt-cdrom add' after updating your sources.list07:59
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vega__Now after all this work fixing the package manager, I've forgotten the name of the package I'm looking for.08:00
roryyXaphoo: then run 'sudo aptitude update' (or 'sudo apt-get update', or use Synaptic to update), and you should be fine08:00
vega__What is the name of a popular media (music) player again?08:00
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tamacrackeror amarok08:00
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roryytamacracker: there is a version of nicotine (1.2.4) already available in ubuntu 6.1008:00
tamacrackerrorry that's the problem... I have that, but I cannot install it for some reason08:01
JamieBEI just installed the free-java-sdk program on ubuntu - How do I actually get it to run? Nothing has been added to the apps menu.08:01
roryytamacracker: have you tried installing it with synaptic?08:01
tamacrackerroryy oh wait, i have 1.2.608:01
rickyfingersJaime sdk is a suite of software08:01
roryytamacracker: well, have you tried 1.2.4 ? It will be *much* easier to install08:01
Toma-JamieBE: you probably want eclipse08:01
rickyfingersand comman d line utilities08:01
tamacrackerroryy the only one I see a link for is 1.2.6 :\08:02
rickyfingersJame yep - Toma typed it before I could you need an IDE08:02
JamieBEToma - is that a java dev. enviroment?08:02
Toma-JamieBE: yes08:02
JamieBEToma, I will give it a look, thanks.08:02
roryytamacracker: are you running Ubuntu 6.10 ?08:02
tamacrackerroryy yep, edgy :)08:02
roryytamacracker: ok, run System -> Admin -> Synaptic08:03
tamacrackerroryy done08:03
roryytamacracker: click on the list of package names and type 'nico' -- do you see the word 'nicotine' appear?08:03
tamacrackerroryy negative08:04
tamacrackerroryy wait08:04
tamacrackerroryy what the heck...08:04
tamacrackerlol i see it.08:04
roryyok, right click on it and choose 'Mark for installation'08:04
tamacrackerroryy before I was click on the "Sections" then typing nicotine08:04
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rickyfingerswhats up oct?08:05
roryytamacracker: now click 'Apply' and follow the prompts08:05
tamacrackerroryy you're good you!!08:05
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vega__So now that I've installed totem how do I access it?  It isn't in Applications -> sound and video.08:06
tamacrackerroryy: thanks a lot, I really appreciate it :)08:06
roryytamacracker: np. have fun08:06
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tamacrackerroryy thanks! you too :D08:06
rickyfingersvega_ get a terminal window08:06
vega__Am I going to have to use terminal every time?08:06
roryyvega__: Applications -> Sound and Video -> Movie player08:06
rickyfingersand type "whereis totem"08:07
vega__I want to be able to open the folder, click on the file, and play it.08:07
roryyvega__: I recommend vlc as an alternative movie player, fwiw08:07
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vega__Oh that's why I couldn't find it.  I was expecting it to be named totem.08:07
roryyyeah, i don't know why rhythmbox is named and not totem *shrug*08:07
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iarwainHi, does anybody know about a "chroot error" ? i tried chrooting, and got this: "could not execute the command '/bin/bash': access denied"08:08
roryyiarwain: I think the place your chroot into needs a /bin/bash (and lots of other things) (but it's been a while since I used chroot)08:09
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rickyfingersirawain, sounds like you might need to be root08:10
iarwain@roxy: it has, i'm trying to make a custem live-cd, so in the 'edit' folder(that's where i'm chrooting to) there is a bin folder, with bash etc08:10
iarwaindid it  as root :)08:10
khaije1iarwain: the only thing shared by your main system and your chroot is the kernel (that is the way is it supposed to be anyway)08:10
vega__So totem doesn't come with a music decoder?08:11
rickyfingersiarwain: are you sure permissions are straight on the chrooted /bin/bash?08:11
vega__Where can I get a decoder for standard music files?08:11
iarwainrickyfingers: how do you mean?08:11
roryy!restricted | vega__08:11
ubotuvega__: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats  -  See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html  -  But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats08:11
rickyfingersvega: it was somewhat of a mystery to me, so I just added good old xmms08:11
vega__What's xmms?08:12
roryyYet Another Media Player08:12
KingOfNowhereit reminds me of winamp08:12
vega__Winamp is nice and straightforward.08:12
vega__So I'll try xmms.08:12
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roryyread the restricted formats page pointed to above; that will also tell you how to enable DVD playback08:12
KingOfNowhereand there are xmms plugins for just about anything08:13
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ManticeCould some one help me install cd emu http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=168170608:14
variantvega__: it stands fo x multimedia system08:14
khaije1vega__: if you change your mind about winamp there are other small music players like zinf (i don't like winamp)08:14
khaije1*err replace winamp with xmms08:14
variantvega__: whichi s stupid as it was neverinteded to play multi medias, just mp3's :)08:14
dedekindso i just installed the nvidia binary driver, and it doesn't seem to work :)08:14
vega__What's wrong with xmms?08:14
dedekindat least not opengl08:14
ManticeIf you are looking for players like winamp most of them are poo.08:14
variantvega__: try amarok, its quite big but very nice, personaly i use cplay a curses based player08:15
dedekindsudo nvidia-glx-config enable returns08:15
Manticeamarok is good.08:15
dedekindError: unable to load nvidia kernel driver! Be sure to have installed08:15
khaije1dedekind: did you ' nvidia-glx-config enable' ?08:15
dedekindthe nvidia driver for your running kernel.08:15
ManticeIm using it the moment amarok is the best mp3 player.08:15
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variantvega__: amarok is very nice, it has a lot of cool features08:15
vega__Amarok does not seem to be installing very well.08:15
redechoHi !!!!    Sorry for my bad English. I am French. I'm looking for a good Soft for eDonkey/eMule network, under Edgy Eft08:15
vega__When I try to download it with synaptic I get this error:08:15
khaije1dedekind: it needs to be in xorg.conf first (confusing yes, i know)08:15
ManticeCould some one help me install cd emu http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=1681706 ????08:15
variantMantice: i wouldnt say best, but out of the big ones with context browsers it is best08:15
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dedekindso my xorg.conf has my driver listed as nv08:16
vega__Could not mark all packages for installation or upgrade08:16
dedekindwhat should it be08:16
vega__then it shows several depends that say 'not installable'08:16
vega__i can give you the names if you want08:16
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khaije1redecho: i'd reccomend apollon ( a kde app ) it has plugins for everything08:16
variantdedekind: that means not 3d acceleration08:16
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variantdedekind: you are using the free drivers08:16
redechokhaije1: thanks, i'll try08:16
phillipcI have this route: map.connect '/:words', :controller=>"definitions",:action=>"index", which works fine, except when there's a comma in the url, e.g. /word1,word208:16
phillipcwhy would that not get picked up?08:16
porto88anyone willing to help a noob with this? http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-28374.html08:17
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dedekindso what do I change it to for the 3d-accel :)08:17
iarwainanyone knows about chroot?08:17
Manticevariant: I looked at xmms and beep and I was let down I thought they could have done a better job at trying to imitate winamp they could have done something special.08:17
khaije1dedekind: yes, you'll need to replace nv with nvidia , enable it, then restat the display mgt08:17
raghu206my istanbul abruptly closes when i am trying to save the video do someone pls solve the problem08:17
phillipcsorry wrong chan08:17
variantMantice: what like08:17
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Manticevariant: like Amarok.08:17
variantMantice: there are other winamp clones08:17
SkyDrifterroryy, thank you for your help, I tried from the terminal to start the gdm gui, but /etc/init.d/gdm start was not the correct command08:17
porto88hi all08:17
Manticevariant: yeah the forks off beep are good.08:17
dedekindwhat is the easiest way to restart the display without rebooting?08:17
KHatfullAny tips for an SMP install other than add the 686 SMP kernel after a desktop install?08:18
variantMantice: the are all filling a nich, not everyone wants somthing like amarok, like i said. i use cplay08:18
iarwaindedekind: ctrl-alt-backspace08:18
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Manticevariant: whats cplay like ?08:18
porto88anyone willing to help a noob with this? http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-28374.html08:18
roryySkyDrifter: I recommend looking in /etc/gdm/gdm.conf and see if you see an option to change this behaviour.  Be sure to back it up first08:18
variantMantice: http://mask.tf.hut.fi/~flu/hacks/cplay/08:18
vega__I'm trying to install amarok but having problems with the package manager.08:19
roryySkyDrifter: is gdm not running at all?08:19
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SkyDrifteryes, thank you, can you tell me how to get the shell?08:19
vega__It says that some of its dependancies are "not installable".08:19
variantMantice: http://static.flickr.com/46/187078277_03f98f502e_m.jpg08:19
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dedekindworks, thanks08:19
variantSkyDrifter: open gnome-terminal08:19
Manticevariant: is it a command line player08:19
roryySkyDrifter: I don't understand that question, sorry08:19
SkyDrifterrorry, it says theat gdm is running, but I can't get the gui08:19
dedekindI think I remember having that same trouble 2-3 years ago when I gave up linux the first time :)08:19
dedekindshould have remembered08:19
variantMantice: no, it has a graphical interface using the curses widget library08:19
iarwainlol :)08:20
variantMantice: it just doesnt require x08:20
Manticevariant: Hehe thats cool.08:20
iarwaindedekind: it's not that hard, once you remember =)08:20
roryySkyDrifter: You can switch to the graphical (X) screen with Alt-F7 from the terminal, but there you'll see that network chooser08:20
variantMantice: it's not bad08:20
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SkyDrifterfrom the terminal, I don't know how to bring up the /etc/gdm/gdm.conf08:20
roryySkyDrifter: oh, i see08:20
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variantSkyDrifter: nano -w /etc/gdm/gdm.conf08:20
roryySkyDrifter: something like 'sudo nano /etc/gdm/gdm.conf' -- but do back it up first08:20
dedekindglad to see the nvidia drivers have vastly improved08:20
ManticeHow do I check my kernal in the console ?08:21
variantMantice: uname -a08:21
SkyDrifterthank you roryy, back soon08:21
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mepisby ALL :)08:21
stevr1ithi, i have problems with edgy gnome. When form gnome i try to update it say there are some updates waiting but: the repositories are not correct and id does not work. if i do it from apt-get update and upgrade everything is ok. Any suggestion to correct this bug?08:21
SkyDrifterand thank you variant08:21
Manticevariant: Thanks, It seams I cant install cd emu because I have a slightly newer kernal.08:23
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variantMantice: cd emu?08:23
variantMantice: to mount an iso or something?08:23
variantMantice: mount -o loop /path/to/image.iso08:23
Manticevariant: Its a program that lets you mount iso's, and mdf's and every type else.08:23
roryyit's to back your emu up to cd08:24
Manticevariant: I need it to mount mdf files.08:24
variantMantice: never tried with that, what filetype is it? medium density fiber board? ;)08:24
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variantroryy: what?08:24
roryyvariant: nm, just a joke08:25
iarwainHi, does anybody know how to make this work?08:25
iarwainsudo chroot edit08:25
iarwainchroot: cant exec command `/bin/bash':access denied08:25
sonickhello evryone08:25
Manticevariant: hahaha, its for the alchoal120 % format it gets the physical data off the disk as well for copy protection.08:25
KHatfullno tips for SMP installs?08:25
variantiarwain: that is not the correct way to use chroot08:25
variantMantice: i see08:25
iarwainvariant: how should i do it then?08:25
variantiarwain: what are you trying to do exactly?08:26
Manticerichard@richard-ubuntu:~/Desktop/cdemu-0.8$ make08:26
ManticeMakefile:31: *** You'll need sources for your (at least 2.6.16) kernel.  Stop.08:26
iarwainvarian: trying to customize my live-cd08:26
porto88could someone please tell me how to install imwheel via apt?08:26
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iarwainporto88: sudo aptitude install imwheel08:26
iarwainnp =)08:27
roryyMantice: have you installed 'linux-headers-generic' ?08:27
Manticeroryy: just doing that now :)08:27
iarwainvariant: how should i do it then?08:27
variantiarwain: i see, the best way to do that imo is to install ubunut, set it up the way you like and then run the scripts from www.linux-live.org which will create a live cd of your pre installed system (any distro) the resulting live cd will be much much faster than the official ubuntu ones too08:27
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variantiarwain: install ubuntu i ment to say not ubunut08:27
Jordan_UKHatfull: Do you just need to know how to install an SMP kernel?08:27
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iarwainvariant: but that's not really what i would want. I'd like to just learn how to custumize my live-cd =)08:28
variantKHatfull: if your using edgy your already using an SMP kernel08:28
variantiarwain: i see,  i have never done that but i can explain to you how to use chroot08:28
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iarwainvariant: please tell me what i am doing wrong :D08:29
KHatfullJordan: I know to get the SMP kernel via synaptic, but I read in the forums that the generic kernel also covers SMP systems....I'm not quite sure which to beleive08:29
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variantiarwain: chroot means to change the root directory (/) to be somwhere else in the real filesystem.08:29
KHatfullvariant: ah, ok, some of the forum posts must be older then...08:29
KHatfullmy SMP mobo is on the way, juts getting ready for it.08:29
Jordan_UKHatfull: Just open System monitor, if you see two CPU's you are good :)08:29
variantiarwain: you use it like this (as root or with sudo) chroot /mnt/newroot08:29
variantiarwain: where newroot is the partition you want to become the fake / (root) of your filesystem08:30
sugoruyowhen beryl won't draw window decoration and in general won't work where do i go to get some help/docs about problems with it?08:30
iarwainvariant: could it also be used like this: sudo chroot /home/iarwain/music/livecd/edit ?08:30
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variantsugoruyo: #ubuntu-xgl08:30
Jordan_Usugoruyo: #beryl or #ubuntu-xgl08:30
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variantiarwain: if there is a directory called edit then yes08:30
KHatfullJordan: thanks, came across a deal on eBay, couldn;t pass it up, and I have 2GB of ECC RAM hanging around here...server SMP boards are about the only thing to get to support PC133 ECC chips ;-)08:31
iarwainvariant: there is.. but i just keep getting that error -_-'08:31
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variantiarwain: it will use /bin/bash as your default shell iirc and ubuntu uses /bin/dash08:31
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roryyiarwain: does /home/iarwain/music/livecd/edit/bin/bash have execute permissions ?08:31
Flannelvariant: only edgy uses dash by default08:31
variantroryy: thats now how it works08:31
variantFlannel: ah, ok08:31
iarwainvariant:  yes08:31
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KHatfullJordan: I have this thing for playing with older hardware ;-)08:32
roryyvariant: you're sure?08:32
variantroryy: yuup08:32
variantroryy: make an empty directory somwhere and do chroot /mnt/whateverdirhere08:32
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max__hi, i run KDE and i  put a new motherboard in my computer and everything is going fine except i cant get any sound... i even put in another card in a PCI slot to see if it was the onboard sound cards problem but i cant get any sound off ther sound card either08:33
roryyvariant: i get the error iarwain does ;)08:33
variantroryy: become root first with sudo -i08: