JohnFluxzeeble: libavahi-compat-libdnssd112:01
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burwacostefg: I don't have a server now, I just have a base system, I'd like a desktop manager and a thing like fluxbox but better...12:01
bimberizeeble: great :)12:01
whalewhat is the ubotu command for nvidia drivers ?12:01
bimberi!nvidia | whale12:01
ubotuwhale: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto12:01
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto12:01
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zeebleJohnFlux: it was conflicting with something from bonjour. http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/35030/  <-- here's the error12:01
whalethank you12:01
JohnFluxzeeble: hmm that's not good12:01
zeebleJohnFlux: i know. removing bonjour helped. the rest of the kde install seems to be going good.12:02
JohnFluxzeeble: I think I'll remove the avahi stuff from ksysguard12:02
Salahany spanish people here?12:02
JohnFluxzeeble: I don't think anyone uses it12:02
DavidW2/usr/bin/ldd: line 171: /lib/ld-linux.so.2: No such file or directory12:02
DavidW2ldd: /lib/ld-linux.so.2 exited with unknown exit code (127)12:02
zeebleJohnFlux: ok12:02
bandaidwhy would switching to a terminal view cause my ubuntu to crash?12:03
DavidW2Does ubuntu not have /lib/ld-linux.so.2, or is my ldd messed up? Either way, apt-get --reinstall doesn't seem to overwrite any files?12:03
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sorush21how do I configure kernel?12:03
stefgburwaco: 'server' in ubuntu-speak == 'base system'... the next thing up to the foodchain over fluxbx  would be xfce then, indeed. but you have to manually select all the xfce packages, xubuntu-desktop will install alot of other cruft12:03
alecjwbattlesquid: i've gotta go now. if you find a deb, install it using gdebi or sudo dpkg -i <filename>.deb. if you find an rpm, do sudo alien -d <filename>.rpm then sudo dpkg -i outputfile>.deb12:03
battlesquidalecjw, ok thanks12:04
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lotusleafWhere do I report a hardware bug in Edgy (Launchpad?) where a device used to work in Dapper doesn't in Edgy?12:04
HierzuhelfenExcuse me, could anyone spare 15 minutes for a phone interview I need done for a speech course I'm in?12:04
alecjwbattlesquid: btw, installing rMPs is risky (apprently). bye12:04
HierzuhelfenThe subject is open source programming.12:04
DekKeDhow do I make a script for batch download in wget? Links are sort of Link1, Link2, Link3... Link20, only numbers differ12:04
burwacostefg: apt-get install xubuntu-desktop doesn't install x-window-system ???12:04
bandaidcan anyone help me with my TTY problem?12:05
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bimberi!bug | lotusleaf12:05
ubotulotusleaf: If you find a bug in Ubuntu or any of its derivatives, please file a bug report at: http://bugs.ubuntu.com/  -  Bugs in/wishes for the bots can be filed at http://launchpad.net/products/ubuntu-bots12:05
lotusleafbimberi: ah, that's right, thanks =)12:05
Math^ah.. I'm still here :)12:05
Math^nn all12:05
bimberilotusleaf: yw :)12:05
lotusleafbimberi: =)12:05
stefgburwaco: it will install an X-Server AND abiword AND gnumeric AND....12:05
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lllloohi folks12:06
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llllooi have a ide hardrive were ubuntu resides12:07
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llllooand my  windows installation happens to be on a raid partition  ,, STRIPPED type12:07
billiasHello people!12:07
lllloowhen booting the log errors says theres I/O buffer error  i guess when trying to mount it its ntfs too12:07
llllooany suggestions12:08
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ubotuBackground to the decision to replace -386, -686, k7 and -smp kernels with -generic can be found here https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel/2006-August/019983.html12:09
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H3g3m0nlllloo: Try cfdisk the drive and see if it has the partitions you expect, also file -s /dev/drive12:09
billiasI have a problem with my DVD-RAM on my laptop, I am using Ubuntu Edgy (6.10). There is no way I can mount it12:09
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llllooit says cannot open disk drive12:10
burwacostefg: so I: apt-get install x-window-system xfce4 ?12:10
llllooits like it hasnt even mounted it at all12:10
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llllooits a a stripped type12:10
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ubotuxfce4: meta-package for xfce4 dependencies. In component universe, is optional. Version (edgy), package size 4 kB, installed size 48 kB12:11
eilkerwhere is /tmp ?? i cant find it via konqueror12:11
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burwacothat can't be right...12:12
lumpkieilker, just type /tmp in the address bar12:12
stefgburwaco: as i said there's no simple installation of one or two packages... you've got to manually go through the package list in aptitude and select your wanted packages. all those meta-packages probably install stuff that you don't want12:13
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atoponcehow do i enter unicode into gnome-terminal?12:13
eilkerlumpki: thank you, but what is its path ?12:13
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burwacostefg: isn't there a package like the gnome-base-system12:14
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atoponcei can view utf-8, just can't enter the characters.  and it's driving me nuts. anyone know?12:15
LinuxHelpI've been looking at the packages in feisty, and I've found "kqemu-source", now the package description says "This package provides the source code for the kqemu kernel modules." BUT then it also says "it is a closed source proprietary product". So am I right in assuming that this is now an "open source" program, but it is just not "free software"?12:15
patrick_kinghow do i play midi files12:15
stefgxfce4 is such a meta-package... but there might even be stuff as a dependency (like the xfce4 print-manager) that you don't want...12:16
LinuxHelpEither way, the package description is confusing.12:16
eilkerlumpki: i cant send pm, some registiration problem, thanx for info12:16
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Zairethat server link told me nothing12:16
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ubotuTrouble playing MIDI files? Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MidiSoftwareSynthesisHowTo12:17
burwacoZaire is from Congo ?12:17
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Zaireno Canada12:17
Spee_DerNow I feel fat and lazy.......12:17
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stefgthat SuSE-feeling :-)12:18
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ZaireI need a good free 2 way e-mail server anyone know of one...also prefereably easy to configure12:18
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LinuxHelpHeres the link to the confusing package: http://packages.ubuntu.com/feisty/misc/kqemu-source12:18
Pie-rateHmm, wifi still isn't working quite well enough, networkmanager can see the network (unsecured wireless), but when i try to connect to it it doesn't work. its really low signal here but when the laptop had windows on it it was able to connect (barely)12:18
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whaleZaire what do you do for a living ?12:20
whalei could host your email but i'd also have to host your domain12:20
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ubotuWant to see volume/trash icons on the desktop? Go to /apps/nautilus/desktop in gconf-editor (Gnome) or go to http://kudos.berlios.de/kf/kisimlar/tipsntrix.html#showtrash (KDE)12:20
Zairenothing currently would like to start my own webhosting business12:20
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ubotuunicode: display unicode character properties. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.6ubuntu2 (edgy), package size 10 kB, installed size 80 kB12:20
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ZaireI normally use a surgemail trial but it keeps expiring so Im wondering if theres a good open source one for ubunt/kubuntu12:21
whaleok.  then i have to recommend to you hostgator for your home base though i tell you there are so many web hosts out there its most likely not going to yield much profit is a saturated market12:21
tlanferWhat do i have to search for to get my Sony Ericsson mobile work as a modem over bluetooth12:21
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_r00t_hello anyone can help me with gprs bluetooth config12:22
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_r00t_hello anyone can help me with gprs bluetooth config? anyone knows ?12:23
ubotuDon't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)12:23
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_r00t_i want to setup my gprs modem12:24
_r00t_plesae tell me how can i do it ?12:24
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luke_anybody have problems with either Firefox 2.0 or Opera 9 lockingup/crashing?12:24
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luke_happens very frequently for me, and I can't seem to figure it out12:25
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WizCrakerwhen useing apt-get it defaults to the install cd.  is there a way to change this?12:27
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BioGeekHello, I did a distro upgrade to Ubuntu 6.10 and now my Alt Gr key has stopped working. What can the cause of that be?12:27
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sysragewizcraker: edit /etc/apt/sources.list12:27
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iwkseanybody play with nexuiz?12:28
WizCrakersysrage:  thanks.12:28
jugheadhello, I have a question or two before i install ubuntu about partitions12:28
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systemrestoreask jughead12:29
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jugheadI have a 100 gig hdd on my laptop that has windows on it.  does the ubuntu partitioner include a way to split the partition to make room for ubuntu?12:29
tonyyarussojughead: yes12:29
tonyyarusso!dualboot | jughead12:29
ubotujughead: Dual boot instructions:  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WindowsDualBootHowTo (x86/AMD64) - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot (Macintosh)12:29
jugheadIs it fairly reliable?12:29
ubotuUbuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DapperReleaseNotes/UbiquityKnownIssues12:29
systemrestoreof course12:29
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LjLjughead: fairly... but resizing partitions is never quite a safe operation12:29
tonyyarussojughead: If you read the instructions, it's fine.12:29
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jugheadok...  I would like to dual boot but resizing partitions seemed dangerous12:30
LjLjughead: you definitely should have a backup of data you care about12:30
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iwksejughead: take care cause laptops has hidden s... partition12:30
thorjughead: I have a 100G in my laptop and split it into four pieces...15G for windows, 25 G for FAT32 (d drive) 15G for fat32 (e drive) and the rest (30G) for linux12:30
shadowsongjughead: do you have windows on dual boot?12:30
thorjughead: the fat32 partitions can be accessed (r/w) by both linux and windows, so they contain pics, music, etc12:30
jugheadthor did you do that after the windows partition was there, or did you reformat and create your partitions?12:30
bimberijughead: you should make sure you have backups12:31
iwksethor: the same with ntfs12:31
thorjughead: first, no ntfs cannot be written by linux...it is purely experimental right now.12:31
SamuraiCatjughead: I just went through repartioning a Windows laptop to dual boot into Ubuntu.12:31
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jugheadSamuraiCat were you successful?12:31
iwksethor: thats not true12:31
bimberijughead: the resizer is safe but doesn't claim perfection12:31
systemrestorei just did that samurai with an ibm netvista12:32
jugheadok that's pretty good12:32
SamuraiCatThe partitioner built into the current install process is pretty good.12:32
iwksejughead: you can use ntfs and write safetly with linux too12:32
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_r00t_pppd: In file /etc/ppp/peers/gp: unrecognized option '/dev/rfcomm0'12:32
_r00t_anyone help me with it please12:32
SamuraiCatMy two biggest pieces of advice: 1) Read the install guides on the web.  They're pretty good.12:32
jugheadthe size limit for a fat32 partition is what 30 gig?12:32
thorjughead: as for the partitioning, when the install gets to that point choose 'Custom', tell it to leave 15G for windows, and 30G for linux. YOu can create the fat32 in either system, at install or later12:32
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iwksejughead: no limit12:32
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SamuraiCatAnd 2) make sure to defragment your disk.12:32
systemrestore32gb for fat12:32
thoriwkse: everything I have read about it states to be careful...ntfs right now is not stable12:33
jugheadyeah I'll defreag before I change it around12:33
SamuraiCatAnd don't use the Windows defragmenter; it's crap.12:33
ubotuasp: Discovers present ip-address of dynamically connected hosts. In component universe, is extra. Version 1.8-5 (edgy), package size 17 kB, installed size 100 kB12:33
jugheadSamuraiCat that's the only defragger I know... what should i use?12:33
systemrestorewhat do you like to defrag guys?12:33
iwksethor: have you also read about ntfs-3g?12:33
_r00t_systemrestore, hey can you help me ?12:34
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SamuraiCatJughead: I've already forgotten what I used; I googled for 5-10 minutes, found a few free candidates, and grabbed one.  Did a nice job in just a few minutes.12:34
_r00t_gprs via bluetooth config12:34
jugheadperfectdisk is not free12:34
_r00t_root@r00t-server:/home/r00t# pppd call gp12:34
_r00t_pppd: In file /etc/ppp/peers/gp: unrecognized option '/dev/rfcomm0'12:34
systemrestorenot now mate i am leaving12:34
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whalei would like to know about ntfs-3g as well.. is it in the restricted formats repos ?12:35
iwksejughead: boot with ubuntu cd and part it from there12:35
whaleis it stable ?12:35
sko0zyCan soome 1 help me work GTK pod please ???12:35
iwksejughead: use gparted12:35
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_r00t_please systemrestore12:35
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burwacowhy does x-window-system install a bunch of vidoe drivers that I don't need, I have S3Virge, and it insists I install all the drivers...12:35
thoriwkse: no...but I am now <smile>12:36
nagyvhow can I allow connections from bluetooth? this is the error in the syslog http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/35032/12:36
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LjL!ntfs-3g | whale12:36
ubotuwhale: ntfs-3g is a linux driver which allows read/write access to NTFS partitions. It has been extensively tested but is still BETA software, so use it with caution. Dapper installation instructions http://lunapark6.com/?p=171012:36
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sko0zyI need help with GTKpod think someone can please help me?12:36
[H] 3b0Rdoes dapper drake support dual core cpus out of box?12:36
nagyvhudd is enabled, and which config should I use? just upgraded to edgy, and get a new bluetooth.dpkg-new config file12:36
thoriwkse: but I would hesitate to suggest anything that isn't in the depos to a newbie12:36
_r00t_LjL,  need help with gprs via bluetooth ?12:36
vassilisAll my files in the /dev folder seem to have a size of 0. Is that normal?12:37
iwksethor: isn't there?12:37
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iwksethor: anyway is pretty safe12:37
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iwksethor: i tested it a lot12:37
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thoriwkse: I did a search on ntfs when I reinstalled dapper after a failed edgy, and didn't find anything12:38
whalehas edgy + 1 been released ?12:38
LjLwhale: no12:38
LjLUbotu, tell whale about schedule | whale, see the private message from Ubotu12:38
nominthere's an edgy + 1?12:38
ubotuThe next version of Ubuntu (7.04; codenamed "Feisty Fawn"), it should be released in April 2007. At the moment it is pre-alpha. Schedule: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FeistyReleaseSchedule - Specifications (goals): https://features.launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/feisty - Help in #ubuntu+112:38
thoriwkse: there is a set of 'tools', but no driver per se12:38
sko0zyim having trouble with GTKpod think someone can help me walk through getting songs off my ipod onto my comp12:38
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BioGeekHello, I did a distro upgrade to Ubuntu 6.10 and now my Alt Gr key has stopped working. What can the cause of that be?12:39
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justin_Is there a way to remove open office from Ubuntu default install?12:39
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to1hi al12:39
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iwksejustin_: uninstall it12:39
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thorjustin_: just use the synaptic package manager to remove it12:39
to1can someone help me to use socksify ?12:39
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justin_iwkse: It cannot be done, it says that it will remove ubuntu-desktop or something12:40
jcookeanyone have a BlackJack able to use the internet connection with Cingular over it in Ubuntu?12:40
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[H] 3b0Rdoes dapper drake support dual core cpus out of box?12:40
thorjustin_: yeah...I ran into that message and it nuked my install...so be very careful when that comes up.12:40
sko0zywho can help me out with GTKpod pleasE??12:40
justin_thor: Yeah.. then I better keep it on for now, because same thing happened to me when I received that message before... -- broken system12:41
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thorjustin_: I don't recall what it was I wanted to remove, but it wasn't even near as large as OO, so I figured...ah that must be an erroneous message. WRONG!12:41
RMorris84how do i get the kiba dock?12:41
tonyyarusso[H] 3b0R: I can't remember which kernel was default in Dapper.  If not it's easy to do.12:42
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whale!ntfs-3g whale12:42
ubotuntfs-3g: Third generation Linux NTFS driver. In component universe, is optional. Version 20060920-0ubuntu2 (edgy), package size 30 kB, installed size 112 kB12:42
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thor[H] 3b0R: Check into that...I seem to recall something about multi-core being broken in dapper12:42
whalethought ubotu would pm me12:42
ThaimaishuGuys I have a question12:43
jorgpwhat is the proper edgy way to add a filesystem to fstab? how do you get the uuid?12:43
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whalei had dual core run fine in dapper12:43
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justin_thor: Hehe, yeah.. that is my one future wish for Ubuntu .. no more "meta" sticky packages..12:43
ThaimaishuI am downloading this, could I mount it on like an imitation drive like power iso or something?  and then use that to isntall it to D:?12:43
[H] 3b0Rthor: what you mean with "check into that"?12:43
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regx_homewtf is wrong with the repos12:43
regx_homeapt-get update fails with all sorts of VGPG errors12:44
ThaimaishuCould I get some help?12:44
ThaimaishuI just need to know if it can be mounted on an imitation drive to install it12:44
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graham_100how do you use a second hard drive once you have partitioned and formatted it??12:44
jugheadgparted is not a program that I download for windows to defrag?12:44
Thaimaishumy friend doesn't have burnable cds available and he wants ubuntu12:44
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about question - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:44
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about question - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:45
jugheadThaimaishu you can order 6.06 online and have it deleivered12:45
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Thaimaishu!question Can I use a tool like poweriso to mount Ubuntu then install it on another hardrive?12:45
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about question Can I use a tool like poweriso to mount Ubuntu then install it on another hardrive? - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:45
graham_100I have a few problems with ubuntu that i cant find how to fix12:45
graham_100can anybody help me12:45
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SamuraiCatjughead: gparted is a partition editor (http://gparted.sourceforge.net/).12:45
ThaimaishuI don't need it though, my friend does, and we don't want to wait for shipping12:45
thor[H] 3b0R: I seem to recall some mention of it here in irc...that's all. So I thought a caveat was in order....maybe I was mistaken12:45
ThaimaishuW/e i'm out12:45
ubotuI am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl - Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBots12:45
SamuraiCatCheck CNet Downloads for some pointers to free defragers for Windows.12:46
burwacostefg: I selected a few libs and x-server xdm and stuff that sounded necessary, apt is doing a bunch off stuff now, looks like it's going to be ok12:46
regx_homeany one know why im getting GPG error's right out of the box install upon apt-get update???12:46
ubotuShockwave is currently only available for Windows. To run it under !Wine, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Shockwave12:46
burwacowhat's the command to configure x again ?12:46
ProsperoMeridionHi! how can I get rid of obsolete entries in dapper "open with" menus?12:46
LjLburwaco: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg12:46
MadeyeI'm not able to play any DVD on Edgy totem says 'please check that a disc is presence in the drive'    While same disc work on windows just fine12:46
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Madeyeany idea?12:48
tonyyarussoMadeye: You've already done the dvd stuff from !restricted?  Do regular CDs work in the drive?12:49
matasonWhat can I try if Ubuntu locks up? Mouse still moves but that's about it12:49
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Madeyetonyyarusso, yes, actually this problem happens only with DVDs12:49
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ProsperoMeridionHi! how can I get rid of obsolete entries in dapper "open with" menus?12:50
tonyyarussoMadeye: Is your region set correctly?12:50
Zairetry VLC12:50
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ProsperoMeridionVLC is great12:50
SamuraiCatMadeye: instructions for getting DVDs to play - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats#head-38508785e53c611dde1859232189b2e823135eb912:51
ProsperoMeridionHi! how can I get rid of obsolete entries in dapper "open with" menus? Please!!!!12:51
Madeyetonyyarusso, In my country everything is multi regional; anyway things was working just great with dapper 'same drive and same DVD movies'12:51
Zaireyeps its the beast of the media world plays anything but .rm files12:51
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burwacostefg: It worked, Xfce without all the crap, just 5 or 6 packages...12:52
[H] 3b0Romg i got around 150 fps with glxgears, with my ati, normally i have around 2000 or 3000 fps, i this an common problem?12:52
tonyyarussoMadeye: Ah, this is a change after Edgy upgrade?12:52
Madeyetonyyarusso, yes12:52
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regx_homeuh... any one able to get MYTHTV to show up in the repos?12:53
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Madeyetonyyarusso, actually things were much better with dapper I'm considering downgrade12:54
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sysragewhat's the flag for glxgears to show fps? mine isn't showing it.12:54
tonyyarussoMadeye: In that case, we're dealing with a "something that shouldn't happen" rather than a "something that hasn't been configured right", so I'm going to recommend searching the Ubuntu Forums and Google to see if anyone has had the same issue (and hopefully has a fix) first.  Unless you've done that already?12:54
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tonyyarussoMadeye: Also, did you ever use tools such as automatix or easyubuntu prior to upgrading?12:54
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Madeyetonyyarusso, I used automatix right after the fresh install of edgy12:55
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tonyyarussoMadeye: Ah.  That would be an issue.12:55
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regx_homenow i remember why i stopped using this distro.12:56
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tonyyarussoMadeye: Automatix is known to break stuff frequently.12:56
budluva_can someone help me here, im trying to install the quake 3 demo, but sudo sh linuxq3ademo-1.11-6.x86.gz.sh pops up with an xterm window and says xterm: Can't execvp ./linuxq3ademo-1.11-6.x86.gz.sh: Permission denied12:56
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regx_homeright outa the box i have errors with apt-get update.12:56
budluva_anyone have any idea how to fix this?12:56
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Madeyetonyyarusso, darn, any way to roll things back12:56
Pie-ratewhy do ext3 partitions never need defragging?12:56
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sko0zycan i please get help with GTKpod pleas???12:56
RMorris84does anybody know where i can find the kiba dock?12:56
freddy_hello..  can someone tell me which application should i use to create a Video DVD with some avi files i have here??12:56
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ikarug1hi all. I have an Airnet awd154 wireless card and ubuntu is not recognizing it at all. It doesn't show up in lspci12:56
regx_homefollowing UBUNTU directions to install mythtv fail due to the fact there are no repo's with mythtv12:56
tonyyarussoMadeye: Unfortunately, I don't know how to recover from it - there are some folks who can, but it's tricky.  It would probably be less bother to reinstall if that is an option for you.12:56
GenNMXbudluva_: sudo chmod 755 the file first.12:56
zylcheCan I get a get out of jail free card? I'm needing help playing monopoly!12:56
Shaezscheis it possible to set networkmanager to NOT automatically connect me?12:56
budluva_GenNMX, thanks brother12:57
sysrageglxgears -iacknowledgethatthistoolisnotabenchmark ?!?!12:57
sysragewtf kinda flag is that lol12:57
Shaezschealso, does anyone know the touchpad synaptics command to delay touch clicks after typing?12:57
freddy_hello..  can someone tell me which application should i use to create a Video DVD with some avi files i have here??12:57
Zairejust need to do a chmod +x on the file12:57
tonyyarussoPie-rate: Magic.  ;)  Actually, it has to do with the way the filesystem sorts things, which uses the space more efficiently on-the-fly.  Essentially, it defrags as part of it's normal operation.12:57
Madeye tonyyarusso well, it's not what i fancy to do as I have done lots of customisations to my desktop12:57
eilkeranyone using vmware??12:57
Madeyetonyyarusso, but as a last resort I might12:57
sko0zywho can help me out with gtkpod pleasE??12:57
tonyyarussoMadeye: Understandable.12:57
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ikarug1hi all. I have an Airnet awd154 wireless card and ubuntu is not recognizing it at all. It doesn't show up in lspci12:57
strabesRMorris84: you have to use kiba-dock with a composite manager like xgl or aiglx12:58
tonyyarussoMadeye: If you can catch one of the precious few that have experience solving that sort of thing, perhaps you'll get lucky.12:58
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budluva_GenNMX, now its popping up another terminal with some errors and closing on me, i cant read what its saying12:58
RMorris84freddy_: have u tried google? maybe "ubuntu avi to dvd"12:58
Madeyetonyyarusso, I hope so12:58
strabesRMorris84: there's how tos on wiki.beryl-project.org12:58
RMorris84strabes: i have xgl...12:58
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Madeyetonyyarusso, Thank you for helping and thank you for your time :-)12:58
Pie-ratetonyyarusso: so why doesn't m$ adopt a similar system?12:58
GenNMXbudluva_: Open up a terminal manually, don't do it from Run.12:58
Dreamgliderwhen i watch video i have a lot of horisontal lines in the screen, and the bigger i make the video the more lines are in it, i have tried VLC and totem, with the same result. can annyone help ?12:58
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lllloohello folks12:59
budluva_GenNMX, im doing it from a term, and then its opening another term and closing too quickly to read12:59
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AnthonyGHello :D12:59
RMorris84but i cant find repo with the files i need, or a deb or anything for it.. since the beryl-project website went down12:59
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sko0zywho can help me get music off my ipod onto my comp ??12:59
budluva_RMorris84, i just installed beryl a couple of days ago, theres a new mirror, check #beryl12:59
notwist all the folders that I have copied are locked, even the ones that are done. do they stay that way until the "cp" process is done?12:59
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angryfirelordinstall amaroK. I think that is iPod compatible01:00
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GenNMXbudluva_: You're using beryl?01:00
strabesRMorris84: the site is back up01:00
notwistsko0zy: sudo apt-get install amarok01:00
Shaezschealso, does anyone know the touchpad synaptics command to delay touch clicks after typing?01:00
mzanfardinoI have what I hope is an easy question.  I have recently installed a ubuntu 6.10 server with a bad host name.  how do I change it?01:00
tonyyarussoPie-rate: Actually, the original plan was for Vista to have something similar.  However, if you've been following that you'll know that a bunch of code was thrown out and they started over a couple of years ago as it became obvious that they simply weren't going to be able to make it work in the near enough future.  That was one of the features that was thrown out.01:00
Shaezscheis it possible to set networkmanager to NOT automatically connect me?01:00
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budluva_GenNMX, yar :P maybe thats my problem? :P01:00
RMorris84strabes: i know but all their files are not there tho01:00
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GenNMXbudluva_: Yep.01:00
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sko0zynotwist, ya i have amarok but i need some help01:00
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notwistsko0zy: then ask in the amarok forums ;)01:00
budluva_GenNMX, nope, went back to metacity and still the same01:00
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Pie-rateand that's why microsoft sucks i guess...01:01
notwistsko0zy: or google for it, most likely someone has had the same problem before01:01
tonyyarussoPie-rate: ;)01:01
mzanfardinohow do I change my hostname on my server?01:01
sko0zynotwist, its not that i have a problem its jsut that i wanna know how to just copy all the music off my ipod onto my comp01:01
Pie-ratei'll probably be sticking to winxp when vista comes out01:01
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Pie-rateat least for the computers running windows01:02
tonyyarussomzanfardino: Change it in /etc/hostname as well as /etc/hosts and reboot01:02
Dominus_Suu1Is the translations section of Launchpad for writing software translations?01:02
Pie-ratethis one isn't, and if wine works out well enough neither will my gaming box01:02
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tonyyarussoDominus_Suu1: Rosetta allows you to translate strings of anything in Ubuntu - the desktop, documentation, applications, etc. I believe.01:02
notwistsko0zy: atleast in windows (iTunes) you can't do that, but i suppose you should be able to do it in amarok. The thing is that the ipod has all the mp3 files laying around with weird file names01:03
mzanfardinotonyyarusso: thank you. trying that now01:03
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about rosetta' - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:03
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notwistsko0zy: you COULD just go into the ipod and look up the mp3 files and copy them -- the ID3 tags are fine, just the filenames are not01:03
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about rosetta - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:03
tonyyarussoUbotu has no Rosetta factoid?  Odd.01:03
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about has no Rosetta factoid?  Odd. - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:03
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tonyyarussooh hush01:03
sko0zynotwist, i know that gtkpod can copy them off withthe correct file names...i just get an error that i dont know what it means01:04
notwistsko0zy: what does it say then?01:04
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Dominus_Suu1tonyyarusso - thanks01:04
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llllooanyones got ideas on how to access a NTFS partition01:04
Dominus_Suu1- but why aren't translations of things like gaim being done further upstream?01:04
LjLUbotu, tell lllloo about ntfs | lllloo, see the private message from Ubotu01:04
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i7chlllloo, ntfs-3g for write, btw.01:05
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llllooits not that01:05
i7chanyone know a shiny desktop world clock that plays nice with gnome/ubuntu?01:05
llllooi get this error01:05
lllloo Buffer I/O error on device sdb1, logical block 31256857801:05
lllloowindows is on a RAID setup01:05
strabesi7ch: cairo-clock isgood01:05
budluva_GenNMX, can you take a look at the window?01:05
lllloo NTFS driver 2.1.27 [Flags: R/O MODULE] .01:05
lllloo[17185029.064000]  printk: 6 messages suppressed.01:05
lllloo[17185029.064000]  NTFS-fs error (device sdb1): ntfs_attr_find(): Inode is corrupt.  Run chkdsk.01:05
lllloo[17185029.064000]  NTFS-fs error (device sdb1): ntfs_read_inode_mount(): Failed to lookup attribute list attribute. You should run chkdsk.01:05
lllloo[17185029.064000]  NTFS-fs error (device sdb1): ntfs_read_inode_mount(): Failed. Marking inode as bad.01:05
lllloo[17185029.064000]  NTFS-fs error (device sdb1): ntfs_fill_super(): Failed to load essential metadata.01:05
tonyyarusso!pastebin | lllloo01:05
ubotulllloo: 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 (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)01:05
i7chlllloo, pastebin01:05
lllloothats what i get01:06
budluva_GenNMX, http://img87.imageshack.us/img87/5903/screenshotcy3.png01:06
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kdc1956anyone having trouble with Adjust Date & Time ?01:06
budluva_GenNMX, is that a problem in the install script?01:06
eilkeranyone using vmware??01:06
i7chstrabes, thanks, it looks nice!01:06
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weebitNTFS-fs error  thought you had to use fat or is that NTFS-fs error the same?01:07
sko0zycan anyone help me gett my music off my ipod using gtkpod01:07
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ubotuThe packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components - See also !EasySource01:08
i7chstrabes, any idea what the package name is?01:08
Chewy954can someone help me install REGULAR xchat on ubuntu01:08
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Chewy954i just switched from Blag01:08
crimsun!info xchat01:09
ubotuxchat: IRC client for X similar to AmIRC. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.6.6-0ubuntu3 (edgy), package size 275 kB, installed size 760 kB01:09
Chewy954i hate the gnome version01:09
crimsunread, please.01:09
Chewy954i did01:09
sko0zyanyoneh have any experience with gtkpod?01:09
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic01:09
dredhammerdoes anyone know if theres an update to iceweasel 1.5.0701:09
Chewy954crimsun: how is that supposed to help me?01:09
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wastreloh jolly01:09
hazemwhy there is no edgy in http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic ?01:10
crimsunChewy954: it says the package name.01:10
Dominus_Suu1oh, and another thing: I'm a moron and I think I accidentally set my wiki.ubuntu page to be disabled forever?01:10
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crimsundredhammer: no.  http://packages.debian.org/unstable/web/iceweasel01:10
Chewy954ok thx01:10
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Dominus_Suu1*forever.  How do I get it back, create a new one?01:10
regx_homeive never seen so many questions and so little answers in an irc channel like this01:10
wastreli'm going to guess that they haven't updated it yet hazem01:10
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regx_homeyall should switch to ARCH LINUX  #archlinux01:10
Chewy954so far blag seems better than ubuntu01:10
Chewy954first time ive used a debian01:11
crimsunregx_home: that's brilliant and utterly off-topic.01:11
regx_homeguess what?01:11
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Chewy954i only used fedora core b401:11
crimsunno, I don't care to guess, thanks.01:11
dredhammerthank you crimsun01:11
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weebitthey just wanted to spam the channel  lol01:12
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sko0zycan someone please help me with my Ipod problem please01:12
weebithow rude of em01:12
jugheadalright; I downloaded perfectdisk 8 now I'm defreagging, but some stuff doesn't look like it's moving...01:12
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wastrelwhat's perfectdisk?01:12
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i7chhow stable is xgl/compwiz?01:13
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burnhamdhello all i went ahead and did an upgrade from breezy to edgy01:14
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Junkeyhi, im looking for some help please.  trying to boot with a live cd and it keeps freezing up01:14
burnhamdedgy completely trashed it01:14
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burnhamdso i decided to do a clean install but know nothing works not samba not my games01:14
EdLinburnhamd: you shouldn't upgrade two versions at once, first upgrade breezy to dapper, then dapper to badgy.01:14
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burnhamdEdlin I meant dapper sorry01:15
wyIs there a easier way to setup samba?01:15
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ubotusamba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT01:15
ubotuFor upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes01:15
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about smb - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:15
burnhamdso basically im left with a unusable machine01:15
EdLinburnhamd: read the above documentation, it will explain a lot more a lot faster than getting it piecemeal here.01:16
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burnhamdthis is a clean install01:16
regaAnyone know if xgl works with vnc yet?01:17
burnhamdi ditched the upgraded system01:17
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burnhamdwould the beta nvidia driver make my games not work01:17
EdLintry the stuff on Samba above, and if it doesn't work, then ask questions.01:17
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stefgburnhamd: which had been predictable... skipping releases in the upgrade-process is not supported, and that's written everywhere... breezy to dapper, dapper to edgy would have been the way to go01:18
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Dominus_Suu1I'm a moron and I think I accidentally set my wiki.ubuntu.com page to disable forever.  Even though forever means forever, is there a way to get a new one or it back?01:19
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wyEdLin: Thanks!01:20
EdLinwy, np01:20
burnhamdstefg before responding please read my other lines01:20
sko0zycan anyone please help me with my ipod an GTKpod01:20
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puffsko0zy: Idaknow, I'm having my own problems with gtkpod, but ask and I'll try.01:20
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puffsko0zy: Actually, one sec, I've gotta restart my irc client, be back in a few seconds.01:21
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Geewizmy ubuntu is installed on a small disk that also has a windows partition on it, any idea how to delete the windows partition and expand my ubuntu partition to full size01:21
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tonyyarussoGeewiz: GParted01:21
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puffsko0zy: Shoot.01:21
sko0zypuff, alright01:22
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puffMeanwhile, anybody have a link to a good kismet tutorial?01:22
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sko0zypuff, just need to know ow i can copy my music of my ipod onto my comp01:22
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Junkeytrying to boot with a live cd, it gets to "starting gnome display manager", then "starting HP something something" then screen goes black, solid underscore cursor at the stop and machine freezes.  any recommendations please?01:22
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sko0zypuff, i kno it seems simple but idunno01:23
EdLinGeewiz: if you mean moving the partition's beginning to a lower cylynder, that's not yet possible with parted and the like. You *could* make a big directory like /home or something use that partition, or back up your data and reinstall.01:23
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asparaguijun: by freeze, do you mean the screen goes black?01:23
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weebitthank goodness for logging chat  lol01:23
Skwid_where is the bluetooth config menu ?01:24
sko0zypuff, so u think u can help me out01:24
Junkeyby freeze i mean the machine locks up, the only thing i can do is unplug the power01:24
EdLinweebit: if you were online all along most clients offer a /lastlog command. :)01:24
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bimberiJunkey: so ctrl-alt-f1 doesn't switch to a text console ?01:24
Angela_8008135hi all! I am trying to recursivly leech a FTP, they are blocking wget globbing with the *, can anyone suggest a better way of doing this? TIA :)01:24
EdLin /lastlong weebit to see all your messages. :)01:24
Junkeyits locked up01:24
GeewizEdLin: probably could just format and reinstall, just kinda lazy01:24
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bimberiJunkey: ok, boot into recovery mode and try reconfiguring X ...01:25
bimberi!xconfig | Junkey01:25
ubotuJunkey: To reconfigure your X server, open a console and type "sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg"01:25
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Junkeysorry, but im really new to ubuntu and linux01:25
Junkeyhow do i open a  console01:25
sko0zypuff, u still there man?01:26
LjL!cli | Junkey01:26
ubotuJunkey: The linux terminal or command-line interface is very powerful. Open a terminal via Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal (Gnome) or K-menu -> System -> Konsole (KDE).  Manuals: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BasicCommands01:26
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Angela_8008135Junkey it is also called a terminal, it is under system in your start menu01:26
ubotuTo get to the tty terminals 1-6, use the keystroke ctrl + alt + F1-F6 respectively (Alt+F7 will get you back to your graphical login).01:26
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bimberiJunkey: Recovery mode is one of the options on the boot menu, it will boot into text mode and you can run that command01:26
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Junkeyokay, ill try01:26
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i7chanyone have luck with XGL and intel mobile video chipsets? i've found posts indicating it works, but no instructions01:27
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tonyyarusso!install | Geewiz01:27
ubotuGeewiz: Ubuntu 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/UbiquityKnownIssues01:27
Angela_8008135are there better utility to leech an FTP with? my wget with *.zip is getting blocked01:27
eilkeranyone using vmware??01:27
bimberiJunkey: you will be asked lots of questions, the defaults are pretty goo01:27
bimberiJunkey: *good01:27
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tonyyarussoGeewiz: Bah, never mind.  wrong one01:27
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LjL!anyone | eilker01:27
ubotueilker: 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?01:27
sko0zywho can help me get my music off my ipod onto my computer please?!01:27
LjLUbotu, tell sko0zy about ipod | sko0zy, see the private message from Ubotu01:28
Angela_8008135sko0zy just plug it in, it will detect it01:28
EdLinAngela_8008135: I vaguely recall  wget has an undocumented flag that forces passive mode that can help. either that or use a full-featured ftp client like ncftp or lftp01:28
tonyyarusso!synaptic | Geewiz01:28
ubotuGeewiz: synaptic is Ubuntu's Graphical Package Manager. For a good howto see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SynapticHowto01:28
puffsko0zy: you there?01:28
puffsko0zy: sory, wrestling with the wireless here.01:28
Angela_8008135thanks EdLin01:28
sko0zypuff, ya01:28
Angela_8008135I used edlin years ago in dos :)01:28
eilkerUnable to find the answer INITSCRIPTSDIR in the installer database01:28
eilker[01:42]  <eilker> (/etc/vmware/locations). You may want to re-install VMware Server.01:28
puffsko0zy: Okay, it's simple, just right-click on the given song and select export.01:28
Junkeyhrm...you understand that this is not installed for me...im trying to boot the live cd...so does that mean there's no console to get to yet?01:29
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Angela_8008135I will try filezilla01:29
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sko0zypuff, just rightlick an export..01:29
aboutblankAnyone know why I can't mount or dd my playstation1 discs? They used to auto-mount as a usbdisk for some reason but now they don't work at all.01:29
Junkeyi can get to a boot: prompt01:29
sko0zypuff, i see copy tracks to file system but i get an error or sothing01:29
puffsko0zy:  hang on, lemme dig out my ipod and plug it in so I can see gtkpod.01:29
Junkeybut i assume that's not the console?01:29
sakobatonekoonce i put deb http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt edgy main01:30
sakobatonekodeb-src http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt edgy main01:30
sakobatoneko in /etc/apt/sources.list it says E: Malformed line 6 in source list /etc/apt/sources.list (dist parse)01:30
crimsunand what is line 6?01:30
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dcpp - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:30
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ubotudc: The GNU dc arbitrary precision reverse-polish calculator. In component main, is optional. Version 1.06-19ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 56 kB, installed size 200 kB01:30
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about linuxdcpp - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:30
heatxsinkI'm trying to bridge two of my ethernet adapters01:31
LjLeilker: i don't know about that error. couldn't you use VMWare Player from the repositories?01:31
sko0zypuff, ok ill be here01:31
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sakobatonekoits blank01:31
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sakobatonekojust a space01:31
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dfarningHey guys, where should a file a bug against vmware01:32
eilkerLjL: this is vmware server and not from repo's01:32
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sko0zypuff, dnt worry im still here01:32
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kmullevening, all01:33
LjLeilker: yeah i saw that01:33
jugheadhello kmull01:33
kmulli am trying to help a friend out with an older laptop with nonfunctional cd-rom. is it possible to install [x] ubuntu from a thumb drive?01:33
eilkerLjL: i started to install and i had a phone call, stopped install by ctrl -z01:33
firefoxjedihelp! i have an ubuntu live cd which i have run on my laptop several times, and the first time i ran it had no problems working with my dlink wireless connection, but now i cannot connect to internet with it; can someone help me?01:34
puffsko0zy: Okay, so right-click and select export tracks and it says what?01:34
eilkerLjL: than i had this error01:34
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sko0zypuff when i right click on the track it doesnt say export track it says like copy to file system and when i do that i get a message taht says01:35
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eilkerLjL: what happens if i delete all thing releated vmware in my pc ? because i cant uninstall or install01:35
firefoxjedikmull i'm having the same issue with an older presario desktop, so invite me in if you get someone to help you please01:35
puffhm.. that's weird.01:35
puffWhat version of gtkpod are you using?01:35
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kmullfirefoxjedi - sure thing01:36
LjLeilker: bad choice interrupting it, i'm afraid. you can try deleting the stuff manually, but... well.01:36
sko0zypuff, template (%o%a-%t.mp3%t.wav does not match the file type"media/ipod/ipod_control/music/f28/tvms.m4a01:37
kmullanyone? installing from a usb drive a possibility?01:37
tonyyarussokmull: Yes.  There's a wiki page about it..not sure of the title.01:37
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firefoxjedikmull: except i've got to go pick someone up in a few mins ... arrrrrgggggghhhhhh.01:37
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kmulltonyyarusso: is it the net install page?01:37
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jugheadthis defrag is taking foreever01:38
kmullahh BootFromUSB in the wiki01:38
tonyyarussokmull: Nope - separate.  Search for usb install I'd think01:38
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tonyyarussoSounds right01:38
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tonyyarussoWell, almost01:38
tonyyarussoInstall from USB ideally01:38
kmullthat talks about installing it onto the thumbdrive01:38
kmullis it is possible to install it -from- the thumbdrive not just onto it?01:39
sko0zypuff, any dieas or another program i might be able to use01:39
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kmullgot it01:39
firefoxjedikmull: i saw a website last nite after doing a search for 'install damn small linux from flash drive' that had some good stuff, but i didn't bookmark it, i'm sure it would come up in a search again tho01:39
puffsko0zy: Ah, yeah, I've run into that.  Not sure what the fix is.   Have you googled on the message?01:39
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sko0zypuff, not rele...but u dont know how u fixed it or what u did to fix it ?01:40
kmullfirefoxjedi -- go to ubuntu.com's wiki page and search for "install usb" and there are some pages on there01:40
kmulltry that01:40
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puffsko0zy: I didn't fix it.  I'm guessing it's pretty trivial,01:40
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Dominus_Suu1could someone please help me understand how Rosetta (the one through launchpad) works?  specifically, if I write translations in Rosetta, do they get implemented or recommended in the upstream package or are the translations only for Ubuntu?01:41
sko0zypuff, arg this is flusterating....if i knew of a program for windows that alows me to copy them off the ipod i wuld do that an burn a DVD..can u suggest another program thatm ight work just as weel01:41
FjodorAnyone with experience eith dell inspiron 6400 who knows, why the backlight turns off when I plugin the power?01:41
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burnhamd_how do i get to just straight command prompt?01:41
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firefoxjedianyone know where i could get help figuring out why i can't connect firefox to internet from my live cd ubuntu? it worked b4, and now it doesn't; but it's the same wireless connection i'm on right now in windows01:42
tonyyarussoburnhamd_: Ctrl-Alt-F{1-6}01:42
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Angela_8008135sko0zy  install wine, and then your windows program01:42
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lwarimavutehi all01:42
Angela_8008135wine might let you run your ipod software sko0zy01:42
mamonassassinahello,i'm looking for a torrent client that allows me to select which files from the torrent to install.does anyone recommend me anything?01:42
sko0zyAngela_8008135, well i dont have a windows program to copy music off ipods to computers01:42
lwarimavuteanyone know how to update the vmware server workstation01:43
Dominus_Suu1mamonassassina - I've used Azureus in the past01:43
puffsko0zy:  Reading http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=103071&page=201:43
Angela_8008135sudo apt-get install wine01:43
mamonassassinaDominus_Suu1: good,is it in the repos?01:43
Dominus_Suu1mamon - but I've found it unreliable and prone to crashing01:43
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burnhamd_how do i execute a .run file from command prompt?01:43
sko0zypuff, hmm01:43
Dominus_Suu1mamon - yep, in fact it's under Add Applications01:43
mamonassassinaDominus_Suu1: but does it have the feature i'm looking for?01:43
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Dominus_Suu1mamon - yes.  When you load a torrent it lets you select which files you want to download01:44
tonyyarussoburnhamd_: ...what is it?01:44
burnhamd_its a nvidia binary driver01:44
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firefoxjedioh, well be back later, gotta go drive my cab01:44
LjLUbotu, tell burnhamd_ about nvidia | burnhamd_, see the private message from Ubotu01:44
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firefoxjedinite guys01:44
burnhamd_its in the home folder01:44
puffsko0zy: Hm:  BUGFIX: Exporting tracks did not work if the template extensions (.mp3...) did not match case-sensitively, possibly leading to non-exported tracks.01:44
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puffsko0zy: From the gtkpod site... might be we have an earlier version.01:44
Byanhey, I want the monospace font for my win32 box.. how do fonts for on linux? can I just copy a file over?01:45
Angela_8008135can anyone suggest a good nintendo 64 emulator for ubuntu?01:45
Skwid_anybody can help me with bluetooth and pairing ???01:45
puffsko0zy: http://www.gtkpod.org/news.html01:45
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sko0zypuff, oo i have .99.401:45
burnhamd_LjL thats not what i asked for01:45
burnhamd_i just want to know how to execute a .run file01:46
LjLburnhamd_: no, it isn't. is there a specific reason why you aren't using the packaged drivers, though?01:46
Angela_8008135all I see is nintendo nes and snes emulators in synaptic :/ no n6401:46
Angela_8008135cool, you guys got dgen too01:46
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LjLAngela_8008135: i don't see one, either.01:47
burnhamd_im trying to peice back together my system the last time i used the packaged ones it broke it and i couldnt play games for 3 months01:47
XappeAngela_8008135: mupen64 works I guess01:47
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brk3hi, just wondering does anyone know a program that can decode the payloads of packets on my network..?01:47
Angela_8008135thanks Xappe01:48
LjLburnhamd_: and you think installing a driver using a .run file is a better idea? well, your decision. chmod +x filename ; ./filename (when you're in the right directory, of course)01:48
whaleif i have a 7900 GT do i need to install nvidia-glx if i want to run XGL ?01:48
puffsko0zy: odd, i have 99.2 and tha tseems to be the latest version in apt.01:48
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sko0zypuff, y there is a .99.801:48
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factboy818181hello, is there any way to cut off the name of a file on the desktop if it exceeds a certain limit?01:49
burnhamd_ok now thats its executable how do i run it?01:49
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burnhamd_it just says command not found01:49
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LjLburnhamd_: look carefully - there were two commands in what i said01:49
LjLone was chmod +x filename01:49
LjLthe other was ./filename01:49
burnhamd_ah sorry, much thanks01:49
gumpish=/ what's a recommended binary usenet grabber? (GUI friendly)01:50
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whalei would like to know that too gumpish pan doesn't seem to cut it for me01:51
LjLgumpish: i only see ones for Qt/KDE01:51
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whalewill they work under gnome ?01:51
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LjLwhale: yes, but they'll install the KDE and/or Qt libraries01:51
LjL!info klibido01:52
ubotuklibido: usenet binary grabber for KDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.2.5-2ubuntu2 (edgy), package size 411 kB, installed size 1336 kB01:52
kandinskihow do I start the ssh server?01:52
kandinskiI try ssh localhost on edgy and nothing happens01:52
LjL!info nzb01:52
ubotunzb: An nzb based Usenet binary grabber. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.1.4-1 (edgy), package size 90 kB, installed size 276 kB01:52
H3g3m0nkandinski: apt-get install openssh-server01:52
kandinskiH3g3m0n: thanks01:52
kishancan any one help me my swap partition shows as zero bytes01:52
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sakobatonekosakobatoneko@yotsuba:~$  sudo apt-get update01:53
sakobatonekoE: Malformed line 5 in source list /etc/apt/sources.list (dist parse)01:53
sakobatonekowhats wrong01:53
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LjLsakobatoneko: pastebin your /etc/apt/sources.list01:53
LjLUbotu, tell sakobatoneko about pastebin | sakobatoneko, see the private message from Ubotu01:54
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LjLsakobatoneko: use "gedit /etc/apt/sources.list" to open it, and paste it there01:54
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stefgsakobatoneko: as the message says you have a typo or a wrong entry at line 5 in /etc/apt/sources.list01:54
H3g3m0nkishan: Wheres it showing up as 0?01:54
_r00t_i got problem with GPRS connection using bluetooth01:55
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raminhello everyone, does anyone know a media player that has a easy library for music01:55
user123wifi question: what chip in dwl g132? someone knows01:55
_r00t_the problem is rfcomm01:55
stefgramin: amarok01:55
raminoh cool thanks01:55
H3g3m0nramin: I like banshee, but rhythmbox, AmaroK and heaps of others are around01:55
zspada15amarok is amazin01:55
sakobatonekothis is line 5 restricted #Added by software-properties01:55
LjL!players | ramin01:55
uboturamin: Audio (Ogg, MP3...) players: Banshee, Beep Media Player, Quod Libet, Rhythmbox, XMMS (GTK/Gnome based) and Amarok, JuK (Qt/KDE based).  Video players: Totem, Xine, MPlayer, VLC, Kaffeine  -  See also !codecs01:55
macduser123, http://www.google.com/search?q=dwl+g132+chipset&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&rls=com.ubuntu:en-US:official&client=firefox-a01:55
raminyes, i want it to read mp3s01:55
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LjLsakobatoneko: it actually starts with the word "restricted"?01:56
puff /join #firefox01:56
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LjLsakobatoneko: post the *entire* file to the pastebin please, i'm guessing there's more wrong than just that line01:56
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setuidCan someone tell me why there hasn't been a single package updated in Edgy in over a month?01:58
setuidMaybe even two months?01:58
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alex-weejthere have been01:58
H3g3m0nsetuid: I had a update to gpg just today01:58
setuidI update every day and it neve gets new packages01:59
LjL... it isn't *out* since two months =)01:59
stefgsetuid... tht's plain wrong01:59
setuidLjL, However long its been01:59
alex-weejsetuid: it's probably installing stuff in the background by itself01:59
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alex-weejsetuid: check your settings01:59
setuidalex-weej, nope01:59
setuidalex-weej, It doesn't do that01:59
setuidNot here anyway, it better not01:59
alex-weejthere is an option to automatically install security updates01:59
alex-weeji have it on01:59
user123macd i configure a wifi connection in my pbG4 and is not very easy i'm finding a pcmcia or a usb that works01:59
setuidI'm using this, for example:01:59
setuiddeb http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ edgy-updates main restricted multiverse01:59
setuiddeb-src http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ edgy-updates main restricted multiverse01:59
setuid..and since the release, not a single package has been updated02:00
H3g3m0nsetuid: Do you have security and back ports repositories enabled?02:00
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macduser123, generaly anything atheros works great.02:00
setuidH3g3m0n, yes02:00
LjLsetuid: you have multiverse but not universe? weird choice :o)02:00
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stefglibssl is a package i remember coming in a week ago or so02:00
bkudriai'm trying to compiling qtcurve (a kde style), and i get this error when i run make: "NONE:0: /usr/bin/m4: ERROR: EOF in string".  why? what is wrong?02:00
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setuidLjL, No, that's 2 out of about 12 lines for the main edgy structs02:00
macdbkudria, thats a problem with the code your trying to compile, contact the author02:00
gabaugwhat launchpad project would I file an issue with gnome-open in?02:00
setuidLjL, http://rafb.net/paste/results/MExRIL94.html02:00
bkudriamacd: oh? ok, will do, thanks02:01
ubotuInstant Messenger Clients: Gaim (GNOME, http://help.ubuntu.com/community/GaimHowto), Kopete (KDE), both supporting MSN, Jabber, AIM, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, ICQ and IRC.02:01
alex-weejgabaug: what is the issue?02:01
sakobatonekohttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org not loading02:01
H3g3m0nsetuid: Tried manually, 'apt-get update' 'apt-get dist-upgrade' ?02:01
setuidLjL, Should I not be using archive.ubuntu.com?02:01
setuidH3g3m0n, Yes, I always do it manually02:01
user123macd wifi project?02:01
gabaugalex-weej: Banshee uses it to open help websites from its Help menu, but they don't work unless I have Firefox already open02:01
user123macd madwifi project02:01
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about bmpx - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:01
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LjLsetuid: that should be fine. what's less fine is that you don't seem to have multiverse enabled for edgy-security, nor universe enabled for edgy-updates02:02
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setuidLjL, Let me check those02:02
macduser123, actualy atheros is supported by the kernel native now.02:02
WhiteRabithow do i monitor the raw data coming into COM1? I'm trying to diagnose a serial IR receiver.02:02
LjLsakobatoneko: try http://ubuntu.pastebin.com/ (that's usually slow though)(02:03
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H3g3m0nWhiteRabit: I think its /dev/ttyS002:03
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puffIn gnome/metacity a) is there an equivalent to the windows "show desktop" shortcut and b) how do I switch to the other workspaces?02:03
panegui have n00b question about partitioning02:03
WhiteRabityeah, thats com 1 but how do i monitor whats coming into it?02:03
user123macd really? which pcmcia for ppc architecture?02:03
preaction-mpuff: there's a button you can add to your panels02:04
setuidLjL, Added those, did an update and -fdu dist-upgrade, same number of packages in the queue (78)02:04
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted  -  Formatting partitions: see the manual page for mkfs ("man mkfs")  -  Mounting partitions in Gnome: System -> Administration -> Disks02:04
preaction-mpuff: for both questions.02:04
LjL!info minicom | WhiteRabit, this might help02:04
puffpreaction-m: Do tell?02:04
panegui want to dual boot windows and ubuntu, but theres one thing i want to know before i install02:04
sakobatonekowhat do put in Syntax highlighting02:04
ubotuminicom: friendly menu driven serial communication program. In component main, is optional. Version 2.1-10 (edgy), package size 150 kB, installed size 892 kB02:04
setuidLjL, Something seems very wrong here02:04
preaction-mpuff: right-click on your panel and choose "add to panel"02:04
First|Laptoppanegu: ask away.02:04
paneguwell i be able to access the ubuntu partition form windows and the windows partition from windows?02:04
H3g3m0nWhiteRabit: cat /dev/ttyS0, will dump raw characters, you might like to try hexdump on it though for something a bit more readable02:04
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Dark_Blade_2000wow you guys have record now, bye02:05
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setuidLjL, Have there really only been 78 packages updated since the release?02:05
P-Smurfi get a wicked error trying to install/live, kernel paging errors and such02:05
LjLsetuid: well try changing mirrors then. but, even if archive.ubuntu.com were down/not up-to-date right now, it certainly hasn't been for a month02:05
reconI'm trying to get trek73 to compile, but the make returns "error: dereferencing pointer to incomplete type". in src/mission.c line 191.02:05
First|Laptoppanegu: ubuntu will mount your windows partition automatically. you can use LTOOLS on windows to access your linux files.02:05
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LjLsetuid: i've probably had many fewer than 7802:05
paneguis ltools free02:05
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paneguif i screw up my partition table again ill be back in here in a few hours02:06
puffpreaction-m: Is there a simlar option for getting a login panel so I can let somebody else log in and do something wihtout shutting down my session?02:06
P-SmurfBUG: unable to handle kernel paging request at virtual address f53e878002:06
H3g3m0nLjL: I think with Ubuntu development cycle packages are only updated if there a major problem with them, not just ebcause a new version is out02:06
sakobatonekoLjL what do put in Syntax highlighting02:06
reconWould anybody know how to fix a compile error "mission.c:191: error: dereferencing pointer to incomplete type" in trek73/02:06
preaction-mpuff: there should be a button for "Switch User" or maybe the logout button will do it02:06
LjLsakobatoneko: leave it to none02:06
setuidH3g3m0n, Yes?02:06
WhiteRabithrmph... i tried that and nothing came out :(02:06
LjLH3g3m0n: that's correct - setuid02:07
setuidH3g3m0n, Right, I get that.02:07
P-SmurfError code is c01143c1 i think02:07
=== setuid has been running Debian for about 8 years, I know the drill ;)
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LjLUbotu, tell setuid about components | setuid, see the private message from Ubotu02:07
docmurhello all02:07
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docmurI need to find an assembler IDE program02:08
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LjLsetuid: it'd definitely not going to be like Debian testing/unstable02:08
docmurcan any one help me out02:08
St3althyhey i just installed ubuntu and open ssh02:08
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St3althybut wheni ssh in its SOOO SLOw02:08
puffpreaction-m: Cool.02:08
St3althyany idea why its soo slo02:08
puffpreaction-m: Thankes.02:08
kishanhi can any one help me please my swap partition is not recongnized by edgy02:08
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H3g3m0nSt3althy: Because the connections is slow/flooded with bittorrent downloads?02:08
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St3althyits local network02:09
St3althyno dl etc...02:09
H3g3m0nkishan: Check that the swap partition matches up with /etc/fstab02:09
H3g3m0nkishan: You can try manually enabling it with swapon /dev/drvice02:09
sko0zypuff, well im furstrted beound all reaosn02:09
anniem149please forgive me, this is my very very first install of any linux thing... but i have installed ubuntu 6.10 via virtualPC and my graphics are... messed up02:10
user123macd really? which pcmcia for ppc architecture? any idea?02:10
sko0zywho can help me copy musc off my ipod02:10
anniem149it is extremely granular and ctrl-alt + is not helping02:10
St3althyits soo slow02:10
macduser123, I use a orinoco gold02:10
St3althyeven going from user:02:10
St3althyto pass:02:10
H3g3m0n!gtkpod | sko0zy02:10
ubotugtkpod: manage songs and playlists on an Apple iPod. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.99.4-1ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 481 kB, installed size 1992 kB02:10
P-SmurfI hate asking for help, but can someone help me with my pre-install problem, i cant even get into live version, cd is fine, memtest works fine, safe graphics mode doesnt work either, i get a kernel paging, virtual address error02:10
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sko0zyH3g3m0n, ya thas the problem i get a warning and then it freezes02:11
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user123macd in your airport extreme?02:11
jobanybody here using democracy TV?02:11
bimberiP-Smurf: Sounds like you'll need the alternate CD which has a text mode installer02:11
macduser123, I dont use it with apple equipment, ppc isnt only apple ;P02:11
P-Smurfahh word, i forgot about that, ill try that thanks02:12
macdbut that would work with an airport, yes02:12
wastrelanniem149:  try sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg02:12
zentionanniem149: try ctrl alt f1 (alt f7) to come back02:12
user123macd is a pcmcia02:12
wastreldo that one first ctrl-alt f102:12
macduser123, yes it is02:12
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princemackenziehow do i run bash scripts02:12
princemackenziecause its dash now, right/02:13
jribprincemackenzie: bash file.sh02:13
anniem149ok.... ctrl alt F1 made it look pretty, too bad it didnt work :/02:13
zentionprincemackenzie: chmod 700 <script> ./<script>02:13
Sir_FawnpugThey changed bash to dash?02:13
Dreamgliderwhen i watch video i have a lot of horisontal lines in the screen, and the bigger i make the video the more lines are in it, i have tried VLC  and totem, with the same result. can annyone help ?02:13
Sir_FawnpugThat's a shame, I rather liked having bash as my default shell.02:13
jribSir_Fawnpug: no, they made /bin/sh point to dash02:13
wastrelprincemackenzie:  change the first line of the script from  #!/bin/sh to #!/bin/bash02:13
Sir_Fawnpugjrib, oh.02:13
H3g3m0nsko0zy: You could try coping the iPod_Control/Music directory off it and using easytag to rename the files to something readable02:14
LjLP-Smurf: Dapper? Intel card?02:14
Sir_Fawnpugprincemackenzie, well as long as your script specifies bash instead of sh, I think you'll be OK02:14
princemackenziethanks wastrel02:14
eilkerhi, my dhcp is not working, i need to know or find a dhcpd.conf02:14
user123macd now I'm commecting wired...which comma02:14
sakobatonekoLjL ok i posted it02:14
kishanH3g3m0n: my swap is there in fstab but it shows as zero bytes in system monitor02:14
LjLsakobatoneko: i need the URL02:14
Sir_FawnpugAnybody here happen to be well versed in posix?02:14
user123macd now I'm commecting wired...which command after plug?02:15
jribSir_Fawnpug: not I, but it's usually best to just ask your question02:15
Sir_FawnpugWell it's a programming question so I didn't want to scare anyone away with it, just figured I might PM somebody.02:15
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P-Smurfim not sure, its my gf's pc, and the douche that was working on it before never considered to check hardware compatibilities02:15
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tanubisanyone know how to reset vlc?  I made some changes in the preferences since I got it, and now it won't start properly02:16
LjLP-Smurf: well this could be relevant - https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+source/linux-source-2.6.15/+bug/5300702:16
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Sir_FawnpugBut basically, I was wondering if the timeval struct in sys/types.h represented as tv_sec s + tv_usec us, or if they were different metrics of the same quantity02:16
LjLtanubis: http://www.videolan.org/doc/faq/en/index.html#id23910202:16
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H3g3m0nkishan: It sounds like the fstab entry is incorrect and its not mounting, check that the partition exists and try it activating it manually with swapon , also you could check in 'top' in case the system monitor is wrong02:16
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tanubisI essentially need to wipe all the settings clean and start again, but I can't figure out how to do it.  If I apt-get remove vlc (and associated files) and then install again, it remembers the old settings and still won't start properly02:16
jribtanubis: sudo apt-get --purge remove vlc02:17
H3g3m0ntanubis: Check for a .vlc directory in your home folder02:17
sakobatonekoLjL http://ubuntu.pastebin.com/83652802:17
LjLtanubis, jrib: yeah, that's how you remove a package's *global* configuration files - but it won't work for the VLC config files that are stored in your home02:17
stefgtanubis: delete the ~/.vlc dir (a hidden one)02:17
P-SmurfLjL thats pretty much my error, same mobo02:18
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tanubisthanks everyone02:18
fdelacruzsir anyone who is familiar w/ nagios02:18
jasoni know all about beer02:18
LjLP-Smurf: well, skimming through the report, i don't seem to be seeing a workaround proposed - but at least you know the bug is confirmed02:18
puffsko0zy: Gotta run, late to meet somebody... sorry, but short of hand-installing gtkpod 99.8, Idkanow what to suggest.02:18
fdelacruzhow can I change the appearanc eof my hists02:18
fdelacruzhosts sorry02:18
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LjLP-Smurf: maybe you can help adding some information to it as well02:18
lullabudcan you specify mode=777 or equivalent on the command line with mount??02:19
lullabudthe man page is ambiguous.02:19
SqueeeHow do I change the default device/output for my sound?  When i push the volume button on my keyboard it adjusts the wrong control for sound.02:19
P-Smurfright on, im gonna try the alternate install though02:19
LjLUbotu, tell lullabud about windowsdrives | lullabud, see the private message from Ubotu02:19
user123vlc is great to listen radio streaming work fine with streamtuner02:19
Geewizanyone know how to use disk manager to merge a blank partition?02:19
LjLlullabud: i think that's explained on there02:19
P-Smurfthen im gonna need to get all the info into a log file to send in02:19
eilkerhow can i make to run dhcpd server ?02:19
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lullabudLjL:  that explains how to edit the fstab, but not a command to do the equivalent.02:20
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LjLlullabud: the options should be the same, just use "mount blablah whatever -o <options>" - separated by commas02:20
kishanhow to use the SWAPON COMMAND02:20
snowzoneman swapon02:21
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kishanUUID=2a3c04ff-30a6-498d-ad5e-88c6d66979c4 none swap sw 0 002:22
kishanthis is how my swap looks on fstab02:22
kishancan u help is the swap mounted02:22
Guest676Does anyone know of the equivalent for dlink media center software for windows, for linux?02:23
kishansystem monitor shows 0 of o bytes02:23
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lullabudLjL:  muchas gracias.  `mount -o fmask=0111,dmask=0000 /dev/sda1 /mnt/ntfs` doesn't seem to make sense, but it works so it's all good.02:23
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Geewizanyone know how to use disk manager to merge a blank partition?02:23
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jriblullabud: fmask is for files and dmask for directories02:24
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snowzonekishan: what does swapon -s show?02:24
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lullabudjrib:  i just don't understand how dmask=0000 equates to chmod 055502:24
kishansnowzone: it shows nothing02:25
LjLsakobatoneko: "gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list", and change it so that it looks like this instead: http://ubuntu.pastebin.com/836538 -- note that i've added Universe and Multiverse for you (they were only partially enabled in your original file).  then type "sudo apt-get update", and see if it succeeds02:25
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jriblullabud: it doesn't, but if you are mounting ntfs it won't be writable.  So dmask gives you 777 everywhere, but because of ntfs you don't get the 22202:25
kishansnowzone: when i type that in terminal it hows nothing02:26
jasonanyone know about installing quake3 demo?   I cant seem to get it working02:26
snowzonekishan: use the swapon command to try and enable your swap02:26
jasonive been reading on the forums but still cant get it02:26
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kishansnowzone: how to use the command i am new to linux02:26
snowzoneman swapon02:27
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Geewizanyone know how to use disk manager to merge a blank partition?02:27
snowzonekishan: type on the cmd line:  man swapon02:27
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carlfkwhat would the downside of installing u-server and then apt-get install ubuntu-desktop ?02:28
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wastrelkishan :  cat /proc/meminfo | grep Swap02:28
lullabudjrib: then why does dmask=0077 equate to chmod 500 ?02:28
wastrelthat pipe is unnecessary02:28
Spiceydogcan somoene help me with getting wine to work on ubuntu?02:28
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LjLwastrel: hit yourself02:29
carlfkSpiceydog, not if you don't tell us what problems you are having02:29
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LjLUbotu, tell Spiceydog about wine | Spiceydog, see the private message from Ubotu02:30
jriblullabud: same reasoning the 7's make it 0, and the fact that you have ntfs changes the first number from a 7 to a 5.02:30
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carlfkhow can I tell what packages I installed?02:30
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tritiumcarlfk: dpkg -l02:30
a7pdoes anyone (for shure) if it is legal to publish software under a reduced GPL ala, this SW is available under GPL2.1 or later, but you may not modify and distribute the modified version?02:30
jriblullabud: if you were mounting vfat you would end up with 700, but ntfs is like doing a mask of 222 again, so the 700 goes to 50002:31
lullabudjrib:  that makes little sense.  it would make sense if umask=0000 would do chmod 000, and other things would do what they do, except leaving the write bit at 0.02:31
a7pbrother has got something like this on one of their webpages.02:31
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carlfktritium, know where that is stored?  my drive went poof - fsck got back about 80%.  I only backup /home, so it will be easy enough to reinstall02:31
lullabudjrib:  not that it's your fault or anything, it's just mildly frustrating that it's not more intuitive.02:31
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Spiceydogok... so i found that site.. but now where do i dl this "moderately recent version of Wine" from?02:32
jriblullabud: no because with a umask=000 a file taht is 777 stays 777, a file that is 555 stays 555.  So it isn't the same as just chmodding to 000002:32
kishanswapon: cannot stat /dev/disk/by-uuid/2a3c04ff-30a6-498d-ad5e-88c6d66979c4: No such file or directory02:32
tekahola a todos02:32
tekacomo estan?02:32
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LjLlullabud: that's octal notation for you... a file can be "executable" (1), "writable" (2) and "readable" (4). the sum of the three makes up one digit, so 7 is writable+readable+executable.  the "mask" is something that says which permissions should *not* be given to file - so a mask of 000 is saying "i'm fine with leaving all permissions on", thus 777.02:32
ubotuPara Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, all obtendrn mas ayuda.02:32
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kishanthis is what it show when i use swapon -a swapon: cannot stat /dev/disk/by-uuid/2a3c04ff-30a6-498d-ad5e-88c6d66979c4: No such file or directory02:32
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lullabudjrib:  but how does that affect the mount point default?02:33
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LjL!uuid | kishan02:33
ubotukishan: To see a list of your devices/partitions and their corresponding UUID's, run this command in the terminal: "blkid" (see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LibAtaForAtaDisks for the rationale behind the transition to UUID)02:33
lullabuder... that was directed to ljl.02:33
LjLkishan: check that the UUID for your swap partition actually matches what's in your fstab02:33
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LjLlullabud: it affects it in that it decides which permissions should *not* be given to files in that mount. the rest is decided by the filesystem specifics -- so in the case of NTFS, you get all permissions on all files (i don't believe the ntfs driver actually looks for the real NTFS permissions), except for write permissions (since the NTFS driver doesn't know how to write, yet) - jrib correct me if i'm wrong02:34
Geewizubotu, fuck yourself02:34
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about fuck yourself - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:34
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kishanLjL: it does not match02:35
LjLkishan: then change it in fstab02:35
kishanLjL: let me try that02:35
zentiona7p: heh, the gpl allows for modification02:35
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zentiona7p: it looks like you wish to maintain copyright on the work so the GPL is not a good licence02:36
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LjLzention: the GPL definitely doesn't take copyright away for you...02:37
jriblullabud: right, LjL makes the important point that with a filesystem like ntfs, the files don't have any permissions set on them.  So in this case, yeah it is just like chmodding everything because all the files start out the same way.  The idea of a mask becomes noticeable when you start with different things.  It might help to think about masks as they are using in graphic programs like photoshop or gimp02:37
zentionLjL: well it does take away sole copyright02:37
ubotuTo install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository02:37
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kishanLjL: do i need to restart the sytem02:38
LjLkishan: i don't think... just try swapon -a again02:38
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a7pzention, I do not want to do any of this stuff - but I just found SW doing this.02:38
shuanhow do i know which version of ubuntu i have02:38
LjLshuan: lsb_release -a02:39
a7pzention, I wrote a mail and asked them to clear the situation ...02:39
kishanLjL: swapon: /dev/disk/by-uuid/2a390b51-6cac-453d-86a2-ebe66933e11e: Operation not permitted02:39
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LjLkishan: with sudo. "sudo swapon -a"02:39
zentiona7p: well it is a little silly of them to use GPL in that way another licence style would be better02:39
kishanLjL: thank you very much u r great now i can see it working02:40
shuanr u on msn02:40
a7pzention, that's what I thought, the GPL is explicitly granting the rights they deny ... so they've got a paradox in their license ..02:40
ubotuVMWare Player is in Ubuntu's !Multiverse repository (package "vmware-player"). Instructions for VMWare Server can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallingVMWare02:40
kishanshuan: no i am not why ???02:40
zentiona7p: yeah which weakens their claim if they want to hold that claim02:40
GaiaX11_LjL, cat /etc/issue02:40
ubotuCompiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first: not all !repositories are enabled by default!)02:40
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about z - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:41
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shuankishan r u 15?02:41
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kishanLjL: this thing of no able to reconzine swap happened after me installing beryl is is some to to do with it02:41
campbchis there a setting in kontact that allows you to mark as spam and such?02:41
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kishanshaun: no i am not sorry02:41
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about BASIC - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:41
zentiona7p: they can caveat but it is just daft to use a licence that is designed to allow modification and the proliferation of modification02:41
shuanthought you were someone i chat to02:42
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about basic - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:42
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about c - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:42
kishanshaun: no i did not chat with you earleir02:42
ubotuTo mount floppy disks, see here : https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MakeFloppyDriveAvailableToEveryone02:42
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about lol - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:42
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about usb - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:42
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about sata - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:43
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jrib!fishing | zac1, jason02:43
ubotuzac1, jason: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (see also !Bot). Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops... ;-)02:43
shuando u live in england02:43
XiXaQDoes FreeNX work with Xubuntu?02:43
jasonangry ops lol02:43
kishanLjL: can u tell me why did happened??? as previously it was ok now it is changed02:43
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kishanshuan: i live in canada02:43
LjLGaiaX11_: why, when the lsb_release command is specifically made for that?02:43
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H3g3m0n!nx, XiXaQ02:44
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about nx, XiXaQ - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:44
ubotuFreeNX is advanced remote desktop technology. For more information and install instructions, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeNX02:44
LjLkishan, i haven't a clue. would also depend on how you installed beryl i suppose, though i can't imagine a connection with swap02:44
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XiXaQH3g3m0n, I've read all those pages. I'm wondering how well it works with Xfce4/Xubuntu, and how I get it working.02:45
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eilkerLjL:  it says you didnt install vmware tools, i couldnt find download place for it ?02:46
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H3g3m0nXiXaQ: Don't use Xfce4 myself but i assume it works fine, you might need to edit the node conf to enable a XFCE4 mode on the server although it might just work by default02:46
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LjLeilker: on the vmware site i guess... but IIRC, VMWare Workstation (don't know about Server) comes with those tools included - in the help it's explained how to get them to install02:47
H3g3m0nIF you just looking to use XFCE4 as the client side there should be nothing special02:47
GaiaX11_ LjL I have not used that command! I have always used cat /etc/issue02:47
ubotuUbuntu is a complete Linux-based operating system, freely available with both community and professional support. It is developed by a large community and we invite you to participate too! - Also see http://www.ubuntu.com and http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuHowCome02:47
XiXaQH3g3m0n, it doesn't work by itself. There is no alternative for connecting to xfce4.02:47
thevenindoes anyone know of a PPC netboot image for either ubuntu 6.06 or older02:47
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tom47XiXaQ i don't believe there is an edgy version of NX in seveas repositories02:48
zentionzac1 just msg the bot :)02:48
LjLGaiaX11_: ... so? shuan had asked how to know his Ubuntu version, and i gave him the correct answer. if you didn't know about lsb_release before, then i guess you just learned something - where's the problem?02:48
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zac1how do you run java class files?02:48
Spiceydogim hving trouble when i reload my Synaptic Package Manager..02:48
solid_liqanyone know of a good tool for ripping a dvd to your hard drive02:48
XiXaQtom47, What do you mean by that?02:48
jribSpiceydog: what happens?02:48
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SpiceydogE: Type 'http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt' is not known on line 33 in source list /etc/apt/sources.list02:49
zentionzac1: compile to byte code and use a jvm02:49
SpiceydogE: Unable to lock the list directory02:49
Naik0Hey is there an way i can show my computer screen on the tv. I did that on windows but can i on linux?02:49
zentionNikolas: sure02:49
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cratel2I'm installing dapper w/ the alternate CD and I'm wondering how to install LVM on top of a RAID 1 array.02:49
jribSpiceydog: pastebin your /etc/apt/sources.list please02:49
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about jvm - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:49
zentionzac1: try #java02:49
ubotuTo install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository02:49
LjL!dvdrip | solid_liq02:49
LjL!drip | solid_liq02:49
Spiceydogjrib: im new.. and sry to say.. but im not sure how to do that.. like wheres that file at?02:49
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ubotudvdrip: perl front end for transcode. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 1:0.98.1-0.1ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 718 kB, installed size 2084 kB02:49
ubotudrip: GNOME application for encoding a DivX from a DVD. In component universe, is extra. Version (edgy), package size 433 kB, installed size 1200 kB (Only available for i386)02:49
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solid_liqLjL: thanks!02:50
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zylchehas anyone installed ipod linux before? :P02:50
tom47XiXaQ i mean that if you are running the latest version of ubuntu (edgy eft) then the versions of NX in the repositories in the documentation you were loooking at above are for dapper drake not edgy eft02:50
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zac1jvm command not found02:50
Fastlyplease hellllp     me out... i'm hosting a party and trying to share my music       collecton with my wwwwwindows laptop02:50
Fastlyusing samba02:50
XiXaQtom47, is that significant?02:50
Fastlyand it's asking me for a paaaaassworrrrrrd which     doesn't workkkkk02:50
jribSpiceydog: open /etc/apt/sources.list in a text editor, then visit http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org and copy and paste the contents.  then just give us the link02:50
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zentionzac1: javac <file>.java java <file>02:51
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Spiceydogpastebin your /etc/apt/sources.list please <-- where do i find that.......02:51
Fastlysorryyyy my keybbbbboard aaaaaapperas to be sssscrewed02:51
tom47XiXaQ very likely02:51
solid_liqLjL: do you know if there's a way to get drip for amd64?02:51
LjLFastly: the keyboard seems broken, too. for setting a password for Samba, see "man smbpasswd"02:51
zac1no javac command02:51
LjLsolid_liq: not a clue02:51
Fastlythanks    :-)02:51
kishanLjL: one more question in my system monitor under file syetem i see 3 devices /dev/hda1 which is ntfs  /dev/hd6 which is ext3 and new thing nfsd directory as /proc/fs/nfsd type is nfsd which is showing as 0 can u help what is this02:51
jribSpiceydog: /etc/apt/sources.list is the location, here's a shortcut:  in a terminal, type:   gedit /etc/apt/sources.list02:51
eilkerLjL:  how can i uninstall a virtual machine that i have already created with 5 gb space (it is ubuntu) i created space but not installed ubuntu, i wanna uninstall the virtual machine named ubuntu02:51
P-Smurfdoes xubuntu support 2 vid cards simul?02:51
zentionzylche: http://ipodlinux.org/Main_Page02:52
w3ccvzylche, I tried it once, went back to ipod OS with either gnupod or YamiPod02:52
Fastlydamn     this kkkkkeyboard02:52
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LjLeilker: just delete the files02:52
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Fastlyi've neeeevre experienced aaaaanything ssssso weird in myyyyyy life02:52
LjLFastly: see https://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+source/linux-source-2.6.15/+bug/39315 for the keyboard problem02:52
zac1how do I get the javac command02:52
Fastlyi'm typing normally and this is coming out02:52
zylcheI was goig to ask if anyone knwe why the installer isn't opening :P02:52
zentionzac1: install blackdown02:52
w3ccvzylche, I also tried RockBox, went back to ipodOs02:52
H3g3m0nzylche: I recommend rockbox if you looking for a viable alternative to the appleOS, ipodlinux isn't really usable02:53
Spiceydoguhh.. my sources.list is.. REALLY LONG02:53
GaiaX11_LjL, If you do not know. There are many ways of getting the same result in Linux. And not one way only. I also gave him a valid command :-P02:53
Fastlythanks and sorry    guys02:53
sakobatonekoLjL it works now thanks02:53
LjLkishan: well, i suppose you installed NFS...? i don't know02:53
jribSpiceydog: that's ok, pastebin won't complain02:53
Fastlythanks for understanding and not thinking i'mmmmm a moron02:53
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timtrimblecan someone help me with wine?02:53
LjLGaiaX11_: no, you never gave it to *him*, you gave it to *me* - [02:41:43]  <GaiaX11_> LjL, cat /etc/issue02:53
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timtrimbleunsure how to set up ethernet interfaces in wine02:54
eternale1is inetd.conf have anything to do with /etc/network , i'm trying to get my identd to respond with something other then foobar. it says to put a line in inetd.conf but it doesn't seem to be doing anything, anyone ever mess with nullidentd before?02:54
kishanLjL: i donnot know what is NFS i have windoxs xp and ubuntu dual boot02:54
Th3-BL|nDhi guys02:54
Spiceydogcan i hve a link to the pastebin site? lol02:54
zylchenice, never heard of it before..02:54
XiXaQtom47, so you're saying I should go back to xubuntu dapper?02:54
solid_liqLjL: ok, thanks.  I'll see if I can find one myself02:55
XiXaQtom47, xfce4 worked for xfce4 in dapper?02:55
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bimberiSpiceydog: /topic02:55
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jribSpiceydog: its in the topic, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org02:55
Spiceydogo kk02:55
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GaiaX11_LjL, Ok! you are right I gave it to you. But I have a point in my argument.02:55
Fastlythank got ubuntuuuuuu ///// gnome is now """""""user frrrrrriendly"02:55
Spiceydogwow lag..02:55
Fastlythank god02:55
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Madpilotinteresting... what is 'scrollkeeper-up' and why is it using 80+% of my CPU currently?02:56
LjLkishan: "apt-cache policy nfs-user-server" and "apt-cache policy nfs-kernel-server" -- see if one of these shows as installed02:56
eilkerLjL: yes virtual machine gone, but my 5 gb gone too :)) cant i get my 5 gb back ?02:56
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about np - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:56
LjLGaiaX11_: i'm not sure which point... but anyway.02:56
tom47XiXaQ what i am saying is that the NX binaries in seveas repositories were built and and with dapper .... they will more than likely have dependancies that require dapper level software (though i am not certain that this is true in this particuar case) but in any case it is NOT recommended that you use software intended for use in one release in a later release as the results are unpredictable02:56
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zylchetha.. that... ..that's disgusting! windows installers?!?!02:57
LjLeilker: you need to remove *all* the files that make up the virtual machine - there are a few, with extensions such as .vmx, vmdk or something... one (or several) is the virtual HD02:57
rogue780!Feisty Fawn02:57
zac1how do I install the javac command02:57
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about Feisty Fawn - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:57
LjL!fesity | rogue78002:57
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about fesity - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:57
timtrimbleunsure how to set up ethernet interfaces in wine, can someone help?02:57
LjLeeh whatever02:57
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GaiaX11_LjL, My point is: There are mor than one way of getting a result in Linux.02:58
bimberiMadpilot: scrollkeeper-update perhaps?  I don't know anything about it though.02:58
tom47XiXaC if you do not wish to make edgy packages, and can find them nowwhere else, and you want to use the NX stuff from seveas then you may well need to do so in dapper02:58
H3g3m0ntimtrimble: You shouldn't need to02:58
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Spiceydoguhh.. that pastebin site isnt loading for me.. everything else is. but not the pastebin02:58
LjLGaiaX11_: sure there are. but i don't see where i ever said anything to the contrary.02:58
eilkerLjL: i just deleted ubuntu folder which is in /var/vm02:58
Madpilotbimberi, what is scrollkeeper, then?02:58
LjLSpiceydog: pastebin's down02:58
Madpilot(no, I haven't googled...)02:58
Spiceydogi c..........02:58
timtrimbleh3g3m0n:  im triyng to use paltalk and it says it cant connect.  btw, nice name, if i rmember what book that's from correctly02:58
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Spiceydogwhere do u want me to host is LjL?02:59
LjLeilker: hm, i think it's more likely that the directory you're looking for is in your home02:59
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LjLSpiceydog: you can try ubuntu.pastebin.com - that's slow though02:59
GaiaX11_LjL,  You said that you gave him the correct answer. I also did, but in another way.02:59
bimberiMadpilot: idk, i'm looking into it too02:59
Spiceydogas long as it works im fine02:59
XiXaQtom47, the server works just fine... I were asking how I could get it to work with xubuntu/xfce4, and not just gnome/kde.02:59
jribSpiceydog: try http://www.rafb.net/paste/02:59
LjLGaiaX11_: then why did you address it to me, instead of him? just to gratuitously tell me about a command i didn't need?02:59
AnthonyGHonestly :|02:59
LjLjrib: is that better than pastebin.com?03:00
jribLjL: it doesn't take 2 weeks to load03:00
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H3g3m0ntimtrimble: http://appdb.winehq.org/appview.php?iVersionId=918 Looks like it just doesn't work under wine03:00
bimberiMadpilot: there's an entry in cron.monthly for it03:01
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Spiceydogthe only thing i prefer about windows xp is that ctrl-c works.. all the time... i cant ctrl-c addresses here03:01
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jribSpiceydog: ctrl-shift-c in the terminal, because ctrl-c already means something else03:01
Madpilotbimberi, ah, OK... googling isn't being very helpful about scrollkeeper currently...03:01
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timtrimbleh3g3m0n:  tanks anyway03:01
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Spiceydogjrib: http://www.rafb.net/paste/results/e6Nwxf18.html03:02
zentionSpiceydog: heh, ctrl-c sends a control signal to interupt it can be remapped by software and ignored on any OS03:02
bimberiMadpilot: 'man scrollkeeper' is though.  "... When applications install documentation,  the  documentation is registered with ScrollKeeper ..."03:02
jribSpiceydog: ok, you see those last two lines.  Do you know anything about them?03:02
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kishanLjL: nfs kernal server is instaled what is it ??? used for can u please tell me03:02
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GaiaX11_LjL, sorry about that! I mixed up him and you. I did not want to do that.03:03
LjL!nfs | kishan03:03
ubotukishan: nfs is the network file system. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpNFSHowTo for information on installing and configuring NFS.03:03
Spiceydogi no absoultely nothing about them jrib03:03
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LjLkishan: as for why it's installed, i don't know03:03
Madpilotbimberi, ah, got it. It's what keeps 'man' files findable, I guess03:03
zentionSpiceydog: to use the cliboard just highlight text and use shift insert03:03
Spiceydogexcept im trying to get wine working..03:03
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LjLGaiaX11_: alright then. that was the entire point of my argument - it simply seemed like you were correcting me rather than giving an answer to him :)03:03
kishanLjL: is it used for networking nfs server03:03
jribSpiceydog: ok, do this:  gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list   you don't need outside repositories, so we'll delete them03:04
LjLkishan: it is used for file sharing on a network03:04
bimberiMadpilot: yes, it seems that way (although there is 'mandb' for that)03:04
kishanLjL: i think i installed it by mistake i was just tryting to mess around ubuntu i did some thing with the netwroking thing03:04
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LjLkishan: try typing "sudo apt-get remove nfs-kernel-server" - but *don't* choose Yes, interrupt it just after it tells you which packages it's going to remove. and tell me what those packages are03:05
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Spiceydogi typed that in jrib... not sure wut it did03:05
kishanLjL: ok03:05
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Spiceydogbut it opened sources.lis03:05
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DevCdoes ubuntu not have any gui interfaced FTP clients for it? I need to work on my web page and can't do so because I have no ftp on here03:06
jribSpiceydog: good, it was supposed to do that.  Now delete the last two lines, save, and exit03:06
zentionDevC: nautilus03:06
zentionDevC: try using ftp://03:06
bimberiDevC: or Places -> Connect to Server03:06
Fletch229hello i have what is probably a stupid question but how do you install an rpm in ubuntu 6.10 i have tried alien and apt-get alien install and neither work03:06
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jribSpiceydog: great now type 'sudo apt-get update'03:06
DevCoh ok :)03:06
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zspada15!ubuntuwiki | Fletch22903:07
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ubuntuwiki - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:07
w3ccvDevC, get gftp, I recommend it  YMMV03:07
tritiosomebody know anything program what translators sentences03:07
kishanLjL: libnfsidmap1 libevent1 libgssapi2 librpcsecgss2 nfs-kernel-server portmap03:07
kishan  nfs-common03:07
kishan these are the pakeges03:07
jribFletch229: you try to avoid using rpm's.  What are you trying to install?03:07
DevCyeah I saw the gftp gtk package03:07
kishanLjL: but it says it will temove only nfs-kernel-server03:07
ryanakcacan somebody please test http://rkavanagh.homelinux.org/ to see if my apache server works with Firefox web browser? it doesn't work with Fx, just with konqueror, lynx, w3c, w3m, telnet, etc, here... basicly every web browser except firefox...03:07
GaiaX11_LjL, Sorry. Only a communication fault :-)03:08
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LjLkishan: the others are the one it lists as "not needed anymore"?03:08
jribryanakca: works in epiphany03:08
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ryanakcajrib: kk, thanks03:08
Fletch229jrib i'm try to install limewire of all things03:08
Ralphardworks  for me03:08
jribFletch229: you can install limewire and I will send you instructions, but I would recommend you use frostwire instead03:08
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jrib!frostwire | Fletch22903:09
ubotuFletch229: frostwire is a totally open source version of Limewire.  For installation help, please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FrostWire03:09
w3ccvryanakca, works with Firefox 2 on FC403:09
Fletch229frostwire never heard of it03:09
kishanLjL: yes it says they are no more reqired03:09
ryanakcathanks, must be my messed up Firefox03:09
DevCryanakca: what should be loading? a page or something else?03:09
LjLkishan: well, then it should be safe to just remove nfs-kernel-server ... i wonder how it got installed, though. did you recall ever installing it explicitely? seems like a strange package to stumble upon "by mistake"03:09
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w3ccvryanakca, it's the (htdocs) root directory - no html files03:09
jribFletch229: give it a try, it's the same thing basically (it's actually a fork i believe).  If you still want the limewire instructions though, you can  /msg ubotu limewire  and he should tell you03:09
Fletch229ok thanks03:10
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DevCw3ccv: beat me to it lol03:10
ryanakcaDevC, the root directory, no webpage or index file...03:10
w3ccvDevC,  sri03:10
ryanakcaw3ccv: that's how it's supposed to be :)03:10
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DevCryanakca: well it loads the index page for me under firefox03:10
Spiceydogok jrib.. its not installing and downloading some stuff03:10
ryanakcaw3ccv: DevC: except that here, I only get "Index of /", no content, just a white area03:10
ryanakcaDevC: thanks :)03:10
Spiceydogits now**03:10
jribFletch229: also, after you install java and have downloaded the ubuntu deb, you can just double click on the deb file to install (no need to use the terminal)03:11
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Spiceydogits now installing and dl'ing stuff.. but none of them r the wine...03:11
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w3ccvryanakca,  base/                   17-Nov-2006 21:51    -03:11
w3ccv[DIR]  bzr/                    29-Nov-2006 20:11    -03:11
w3ccv[   ]  firewall1               24-Nov-2006 16:29   22K03:11
w3ccv[DIR]  websvn/                 24-Aug-2004 09:53    -03:11
jribSpiceydog: right, it's just updating the package list.  To install wine, 'sudo apt-get install wine'03:11
LjLUbotu, tell w3ccv about paste | w3ccv, see the private message from Ubotu03:12
DevCryanakca: yeah I get a few directories to click on and a firewall file with your apache info (it being on Ubuntu and such03:12
kishanLjL: i remeber messing around with system---admininstation----shared folders option i think becoz of it03:12
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LjLkishan: ah, could be03:12
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bruenigLjL,  The Ubuntu pastebin is temporarily down, try http://www.rafb.net/paste/, did you forget?03:12
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bruenigor is that topic now obselete03:12
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 (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)03:13
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kishanLjL: if i try to setup home network with other windows xp system at my home is this tool important03:13
LjLbruenig: it does say "also see the channel topic" ;-P03:13
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ryanakcaDevC: kk, oh, I should get rid of that... not exactly safe laying around, thanks for reminding me03:13
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DevCyou welcome :)03:13
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brianskican someone remind me where that backport of flash9 is>03:13
ubotuYou can download a Flash 9 installer here: http://seveas.imbrandon.com/dists/dapper-seveas/backports/ (replace dapper-seveas with edgy-seveas for Edgy).  If you use GDebi to install it, make sure you open its terminal window (to answer an installer question).03:14
brianskiH3g3m0n: thank you!03:14
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LjLkishan: hm, well, i'd say not, generally speaking. you're probably better off using Samba (which is a network filesystem that's compatible with the standard Windows one) over NFS. your mileage may vary though03:14
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kishanLjL: can u give me some good guide to read to study this samba and nfs one which is good for begineers03:15
LjLUbotu, tell kishan about samba | kishan, see the private message from Ubotu03:15
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DevCI need to finish my apache/php/mysql set up so I can work on my web site..been under construction for months -> www.devcstudios.com03:15
ZarephathAnyone tell me where to find the lingoteach-lesson files? I have installed the package..however I can't find the darned lesson file(s).../usr/share/lingoteach/data/blah03:15
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kishanLjL: so u say samba is much more easy and faster than nfs03:16
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jribZarephath: dpkg -L package_name  should tell you where it installed files to03:16
kitchekishan: samba has wonderful documentation on their website03:16
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Zarephathjrib: Ok thanks03:16
LjLkishan: no, i'm saying that it uses the protocol that Windows uses by default, so with Samba you won't need to install anything on your Windows machines03:16
cratel2can a logical volume be bootable?03:16
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Shadow_milis it me, or does FF2 crash a lot?03:17
Spiceydogsweet... its downloading wine.... but how did it no where to get it?03:17
LjLlogically it should.^W^W^W03:17
nothinbutnetShadow_mil check your flash install03:17
H3g3m0nkishan: If you just want to do very basic filesharing from an Ubuntu system, you can right click on any folder in Nautilus and select share03:17
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Shadow_milnothinbutnet: what about it?03:17
nothinbutnetI had FF crash all the time -- but then installed the flash plugin from automatix, and it solved my crashing problems03:17
LjLUbotu, tell Spiceydog about repositories | Spiceydog, see the private message from Ubotu03:17
Zarephathjrib: Same issue I don't see the files themselves..I had used synaptic to do the same thing you showed me with dpkg03:18
nothinbutnetone of the ff flash plugins is known to crash in edgy03:18
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. Problems caused by Automatix are often hard to track and solve, and it might sometimes be easier to !install a fresh copy of Ubuntu. See also !WorksForMe03:18
kishanLjL: cool that good ...so if i use this nfs then i need to install something on my windows system too03:18
w3ccvShadow_mil, it seems to crash a bit on Edgy, not so on my main FC4 system03:18
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LjLkishan: yeah, an NFS service03:18
jribZarephath: are you on edgy?  I'll try to install here03:18
Links234Anyone want to help me with ubuntu?03:18
DevCryanakca: don't know what you plan on doing with that url but may I make a recommendation...make a missing.html that either loads a page simply saying not found that way if index is missing we won't see your apache setup03:18
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LjLkishan: but look at the other suggestions as well - i don't use Gnome myself, but it seems that for simple setups, some right clicking will just do the trick03:18
ubotuLinks234: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)03:18
Zarephathjrib: Yep...you need lingoteach-ui lingoteach-spanish and lingoteach-lesson03:18
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kishanLjL: u know a good deal about ubuntu are u one among the team03:19
LjLkishan: no03:19
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Links234Now, I am a linux noob, former win2k, I installed wine to play some games... or apps, but when i enter an app, it says PROGRAM.EXE NOT FOUND03:19
kishanLjL: so u are an open source developer03:19
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kitcheLinks234 it's wine /path/to/exe03:20
LjLkishan: not really. i did publish one or two mostly-non-working little programs on sourceforge, but that's about it. and this is offtopic here anyway ;)03:20
user123linux-restricted-modules: how to use?03:20
JohnFluxLinks234: good luck ;-)03:20
Links234this is really confusing... IM usied to damn win2k03:20
JohnFluxLinks234: not sure wine is useful for beginners03:20
Links234what is then?03:20
ZarephathLearning Linux03:21
kishanLjL: but thank you for your help it was a great deal able to learn something today about linux from you03:21
JohnFluxLinks234: it's like a linux person coming to windows and asking how to run linux programs03:21
JohnFluxLinks234: would you know how to answer them? :)03:21
LjLkishan: you're quite welcome03:21
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Spiceydogok jrib. its all done. anything else i gotta do?03:21
JohnFluxLinks234: exactly.03:21
jribSpiceydog: nope, you should have wine now03:21
jribSpiceydog: you know how to use it?03:21
Spiceydogno clue03:22
Links234but i also tried installing xchat... and i have no clue how to open it now O_o03:22
jribubotu: tell Spiceydog about wine03:22
JohnFluxLinks234: feel free to have fun.  it's good to learn03:22
LjLLinks234 - see, if you're very lucky, you can open a console, and type "wine ~/Desktop/SomeProgram.exe" (assuming the .exe file is on your desktop, and note that case matters). but WINE doesn't always work03:22
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Links234yea i know03:22
LjLLinks234, it should end up in the Applications menu i think03:22
Links234no i looked03:22
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Links234but i went into add/remove then i clicked on it...03:22
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Links234and it said uhh03:23
LjLLinks234: then Alt+F2 and type "xchat". you can add it manually to the menu, by using the menu editor03:23
ryanakcaDevC: back... see my apache setup? where? the *points to /msg*03:23
ZarephathLinks234, : Just type xchat from a term window'03:23
BrokenPipeIs there a graphical Partition Manager that can create Logical Volumes?03:23
Links234any command to add it?03:23
ZarephathBrokenPipe, : gparted03:23
LjLLinks234: sometimes, however, i've noticed that new programs are only added to the menu after a reboot (or X restart). your mileage may vary.03:23
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kishanBrokenPipe: try qtparted u can dowload it from add/remove programs03:24
cratel2Zarephath: can a logical volume be bootable?03:24
tritioplease I need a manual Shell commands,03:24
BrokenPipeZaraphath: I don't see anything about LVM in gparted03:24
ZarephathLinks234, : Are you using gnome or what?03:24
LjLLinks234, i think it involves right clicking on the Applications menu and invoking the menu editor... but i'm not a Gnome user myself03:24
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DevCryanakca: no I mean to for the future I'd recommend hadding a missing.html that is pointed to when a file is missing or the url is wrong so people don't see your index of/ stuff for apache03:24
linux_kidAnyone know how to fix this: i installed server edition on an older pc, and now when i try to boot it, grub loads, then it says its booting, but then it stps after about 6 lines of code... any suggestions?03:24
jribubotu: tell tritio about cli03:24
DevCcould cause major security issues03:24
ryanakcaDevC: ah...03:24
Links234thanks! i got it03:24
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tritioyes jrib03:25
Zarephathcratel2: Try using fdisk and seeing yourself...if you have a logical partition created ;-)03:25
jribtritio: did ubotu send you a private message with some useful info?03:25
ryanakcaDevC: or I could just go "sudo touch /var/www/htdocs/index.html && sudo echo 'nothing to see here' > /var/www/htdocs/index.html" :)03:25
cratel2Zarephath: I'm installing dapper with an alternate install CD. It would be nice to know now.03:25
tritioOk thnk03:25
HomerHelp make libdvdcss legal in USA, support the Digital Media Consumers' Rights Act: http://action.eff.org/site/Advocacy?id=11503:25
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P-SmurfDoes Xubuntu support multiple video cards running simultaneously?03:26
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mikaelhow do I hibernate from the console?  it works great from the GNOME menu thing03:26
cratel2Zarephath: intuitively it doesn't make sense that you could have a logical volume that is bootable, but the alternate install CD appears to be letting me do this.03:26
ZarephathLinks234, : You can also right click on the desktop and create a icon to run xchat that way03:26
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Links234mkay thanks...03:26
LjLryanakca: that won't work (the second part), unless /var/www/htdocs is writable by the user (not just by root). that's because the '>' redirect will be done by the shell, which is not running as root.03:26
LjLryanakca: what you need in those cases is   sudo sh -c "echo whatever >/somefile"03:27
Zarephathcratel2: I don't believe it would be advisable to do such.however I am not there and don't know your system...03:27
SpiceydogThere was an error launching the application.03:27
SpiceydogDetails: Text ended before matching quote was found for '. (The text was 'wine /home/colin/Desktop/Sixfeetunder's Private Duplicator (working as of 9-12-06).exe ')03:27
ryanakcaLjL: yeah...03:27
Spiceydogsomethings going on..03:27
Spiceydogwhen i try to run a program through wine it does that03:27
LjL!offtopic | Homer03:27
ubotuHomer: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!03:27
jribZarephath: ok so now i have to open /usr/share/lingoteach/data/countries.xml in lingoteach right?03:28
P-SmurfLjL: im working on a bypass for the intel video problem, but does xubuntu support dual vid cards? if it does, the on-board works then i could load the intel card03:28
Zarephathjrib: I tried all the xml files actually....got a core dump once03:28
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jribZarephath: yeah, seems to crash, do you know what lesson files are supposed to be like?03:28
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Zarephathjrib: I found it strange there wasn't a xml file named lesson.xml03:28
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LjLmikael: you can try /etc/acpi/hibernate.sh - but i don't think that's the same script that GNOME called. i don't know what exactly GNOME does to invoke hibernation03:28
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bimberiSpiceydog: try quoting the file.  That is:  wine "/home/colin/Desktop/Sixfeetunder's Private Duplicator (working as of 9-12-06).exe"03:29
CybahDoes anyone know the status of JFS and quotas? I'm using linux-image-2.6.17-10-server and quotaon says "Invalid argument"... have got the filesystem mounted with {usr,grp}quota03:29
Zarephathjrib: There in lies the issue..I too have never used the software...I will go to sourceforge and see if I can ask on a mailing list or something..thanks for looking though!03:29
superchodesorry for hopping in and immediately asking questions... but i have a question03:30
LjLP-Smurf: dual video cards, it should definitely support, but i've never tried that.03:30
Angela_816_80085Hi all! I borqued my azureus by entering an invalid port... sorry for the noobie question, but, how do I find a valid port? TIA :)03:30
jribsuperchode: you're supposed to just ask it :)03:30
LjL!ask | superchode03:30
ubotusuperchode: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)03:30
superchodetrying to install a fresh ubuntu install on a partition that currently contains a borked one....03:30
Links234anotehr question...03:30
P-SmurfLjL: well im working on it, just very unsure on how to implement it03:30
Links234are there any ATI drivers for ubuntu 6.1?03:30
superchodethe option is boot/install... and the cd detects the bork and boots it03:30
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Links234for x1600 series?03:30
P-Smurfcause then i could post my findings03:30
strawtargetI have my system clock set to local time.  The installer for dapper and edgy seem to insist that it's utc.  How can I install with the correct timezone settings?  I've searched and found lots of threads and tracker entries but not a solution.  (it's possible that I suck at searching.)03:31
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superchodehow do i get to the install menu so i can format the partition(s) and clean install?03:31
Angela_816_80085Links234 you will need the binary ones from ati I think...03:31
Zarephathsuperchode, : Try rescue mode...03:31
azionHello all, can anyone tell me where I can get 85503:31
jribZarephath: umm ok I got it to work, I think03:31
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Links234i think you need the bios fix03:31
diskus855 resolution?03:31
Links234azion ^03:31
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Zarephathjrib: What file did you open?03:32
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Angela_816_80085anyone know how I can find a valid port for azerus? TIA :)03:32
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superchodeis rescue mode one of the options?03:32
Angela_816_80085TCP listen port03:32
LjLP-Smurf: well, problem is, if i'm interpreting the bug report correctly (it's a bit messy...), the kernel is panicing before it even loads X. if this is the case, you'd have to find a way to make the kernel completely ignore your card - and i'd have no idea how.03:32
jribZarephath: none, I imported and then started a new lesson03:32
ZarephathAngela_816_80085, : Try googling for p2p ports03:32
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Spiceydoghey how do u view ur 'processes' in ubuntu?03:32
superchodeor does it require special triggering?03:32
jribZarephath: I think open may be if you save your progress03:32
w3ccvstrawtarget, easiest tis o change the hardware clock to UTC03:32
azionI got 855resolution before, just can't lay my hands on it now03:32
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Zarephathjrib: Ya lost me...what did you import? the xml file03:32
nothinbutnetMy Dell Inspiron 6000 sometimes has problems suspending (it'll stop half way through and not finish) and sometimes has trouble resuming...  where would I find the logs to track the problem?03:33
LjLP-Smurf: can't you perhaps just set the internal card (as opposed to the card in the AGP slot) as the primary card in your BIOS settings?03:33
jribSpiceydog: system > adminstration > system monitor03:33
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strawtargetw3ccv: I also have to run windows on this box, and windows wants localtime.03:33
XiXaQis it possible to run all Gnome programs in Xfce?03:33
jribZarephath: LingTeach > Import >  /usr/share/lingoteach/data/countries.xml   but I guess any xml file in there will do or you can do multiple ones03:33
Links234where are the program files located at?03:33
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linux_kidive just installed server edition on an older pc, but it won't boot ubuntu.  it makes it to grub, and +memtest and WinME work, but when i click ubuntu-server, it shows about 6 normal booting lines of code, then restarts.03:33
Angela_816_80085is there a command to list all my ports?03:33
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Zarephathjrib: Ok thanks..I am in process now03:33
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w3ccvstrawtarget, Oh, that darned windoze thing.  I let windoze just have the wrong time03:34
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jrib!fhs | Links23403:34
ubotuLinks234: The files and directories on an Ubuntu system are organized according to a standard, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filesystem_Hierarchy_Standard - file permissions are explained at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions - All filenames and directory names (and many other things) are case sensitive in Linux03:34
bimberiAngela_816_80085: Open Ports?  sudo netstat -plunt03:34
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Links234um where would i find the xchat executable? what format is it in/03:34
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LjLLinks234: type "which xchat"03:34
[erisco] javascript in firefox "won't work". Spontaneously... I mean, I disabled it once, then enabled it again... however it won't actually work. How can I provide more details on this situation, or how can I solve it? Thanks in advnce.03:35
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strawtargetw3ccv: ubuntu is the only distro I've ever used that has a problem with system clock set to localtime.  odd.03:35
Chewy954can someone tell me a name of a good hex editor?03:35
strawtargetI'm surprised this isn't a more frequently reported issue03:35
LjLLinks234: as for the format... well, i can tell you it's going to be ELF (32-bit or 64-bit, depending on your system). but typing "file <filename>" will tell you better.03:35
FFForeverhi ppl03:35
jribChewy954: ghex203:35
LjLLinks234: like, "file /usr/bin/xchat"03:35
Chewy954thx jrib03:35
Chewy954hey Links23403:35
ubotuThe X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type "sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart" in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto03:35
Zarephathjrib: No joy...it doesn't allow me to open a lesson after import03:35
Chewy954what r u getting help for?03:35
nothinbutnetMy Dell Inspiron 6000 sometimes has problems suspending (it'll stop half way through and not finish) and sometimes has trouble resuming...  where would I find the logs to track the problem?03:36
jribZarephath: start a new lesson03:36
Links234everything chewy XD03:36
FFForeveri just bought a new razor phone and found a usd cable that works with it, how can i transfer stuff bk N forth from my new razor phone and my computer03:36
Zarephathjrib: Ahh03:36
w3ccvstrawtarget, I have no problem with FC4, but then I leave it in UC darned congress critters thinkthey can control time03:36
kishanbimberi: how does it open the ports ???03:36
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bimberikishan: ports are opened by processes running on your PC.  For example an ssh server will open port 22 by default03:37
zspada15FFForever, is it mounted on your desktop?03:37
dokiFFForever, I got one, and I just have to plug it on USB^^03:37
w3ccvI could set the HW clock to LT but then email would not coordinat wiht the rest of the world03:37
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kishanbimberi: does that command open ports its showing a list of detaials03:37
FFForeverit dose not ask to mount03:37
FFForeveri dont see it on my desktop03:37
FFForeveri see it in dmesg thoe :)03:37
esquilaxcan anyone help with a sound problem03:37
bimberikishan: it just shows what's open03:37
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esquilaxthats what im getting too03:37
esquilaxbut theres no apparent answer03:38
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kishanbimberi: where to look for portnumber03:38
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zspada15FFForever, mkdir ~/Desktop/razr && sudo mount /dev/usb03:38
w3ccvFFForever, does it show in `df`03:38
zspada15FFForever, mkdir ~/Desktop/razr && sudo mount /dev/usb ~/Desktop/razr03:38
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esquilaxit seems similar to a problem some people had with lenovo laptops, but my internal modem is enabled, and cant be disabled in the bios anyways03:38
ed1ti just installed ubuntu....and for some reason it wouldnt detect my wireless card or its not working03:38
FFForeverwhat would it be under in df?03:38
zspada15edlt: what wireless card do you have?03:38
ed1ti got Intel Pro/Wireless 2915 ABG03:38
pi1lplease, i have a serious question: how do i quickly convert wav file into mp3, preferably quick and easy, maybe bash tools will do as well?03:38
w3ccvFFForever, you'd see the device mounted, probably as /media/usbdisk03:39
bimberikishan: after the colon in the 4th column.  eg.  is port 6803:39
w3ccvFFForever, or some such03:39
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FFForeverdf has nothing about usb03:40
Links234im installing BF2 on linux03:40
zylchethanks to whoever recommended rockbox as a firmware :P03:40
zylcheboth of you03:40
Angela_816_80085can someone please look at their azerus and tell me what port it uses by default. I cant get any ports to work :(03:40
zspada15FFForever, is it in your /etc/fstab?03:40
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FFForeveri am new to linux still03:40
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user123macd (more wifi)...sorry but which command to know chipset in my usb device?03:41
Angela_816_80085FFForever it is a text file you have to be root to edit it03:41
kishanbimberi: its saying in azeurus its not able to test the port03:41
XiXaQFFForever, that's the file that contains the list of partitions to mount.03:41
zspada15FFForever, type "sudo cat /etc/fstab | grep usb" in a terminal and paste the output in the chat03:41
FFForevernothing is in there03:41
zspada15FFForever, can i private message you?03:41
bimberikishan: i don't know azureus sorry03:41
kishanbimberi: thank you03:42
FFForeveryea pm all you want as long as its not spam :D03:42
kitchepi1l: you will need to use lame you will find how to do it here http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/showthread.php?t=202888 since they have a small script in the thread that will help you probably03:42
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P-SmurfLjL: yes i set the internal card to primary even though there is only a PCI Express solt (which is being used by the intel card and there is no AGP slot whatsoever) i have the internal set as primary which is running fine, along with that the PCIEX intel card is still in there03:42
user123which command to know chipset in my usb device?03:42
P-Smurfim installing currently03:43
Angela_816_80085anyone know how I can set up azerus with a valid port?03:43
Spiceydogdoes Counter-Strike run on ubuntu with wine?03:43
Links234foward your router03:43
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pi1lkitche, thanx, everybody keep telling, about lame, but i just don't know how to install it03:43
Angela_816_80085any valid port03:43
cratel2for some reason my network printer running from a Dapper server keeps looking for a4 paper even though I configured the printer in cups for letter. Is there something I missed?03:43
P-Smurfwhy do people switch to linux then try to play windows games?03:43
Links234spiceydog, check out wine or various other apps03:43
kitchepi1l: should be in the repos but not sure03:43
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Angela_816_80085Spiceydog no, you have to compile wine from source, ubuntu wine dose not have the open GL stuff, try KANOTIX or debian if you want a decent WINE03:44
Angela_816_80085or compile03:44
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FlyingSquirrel31I heard that changing dapper to edgy in the sources.list is not the right way to upgrade to edgy... how do I do it then?03:44
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bimberi!upgrade | flyingSquirrel303:44
ubotuflyingSquirrel3: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes03:44
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bimberi!upgrade | flyingSquirrel3l03:44
ubotuflyingSquirrel3l: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes03:44
pi1lit just isn't, telling that it is not available, but is referred by another, i use dapper 6.06, tried sudo apt-get -f install lame03:44
kitcheFlyingSquirrel31: update-manager -c03:45
Links234i installed xchat03:45
Links234but it wont work03:45
Links234it says tehres a conflict03:45
jrib!enter | Links23403:45
cratel2Angela_816_80085, Spiceydog: a decent wine on ubuntu? http://www.winehq.com/site/download-deb03:45
ubotuLinks234: Please don't use the "enter" key as punctuation! It spams the channel and can be annoying.03:45
Spiceydoghow do i update my wine so it still works with ubuntu.. buts its upto date..?03:45
kitchepi1l: do you have restricted repo enabled03:45
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jribLinks234: pastebin the error please03:45
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bimberi!wine | Spiceydog03:45
ubotuSpiceydog: wine is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine for more information.03:45
pi1lkitche, yesm i enabled them all03:45
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ubotulame: LAME Ain't an MP3 Encoder. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 3.96.1-2 (edgy), package size 260 kB, installed size 696 kB03:45
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Spiceydogyah ive been linked to that like 10 times now.. but i need to no if the most up to date version of wine works with ubuntu03:46
ForzaPalermohey how can u increase your fps in ubuntu with an nvidia card03:46
DevCwell thought I was good for tonight...until I put in my DVD and found that ubuntu says I need plugins for totem in order to play it....but it doesn't say what plugins I need for totem to play dvds....any ideas?03:46
ed1thow can i fix my wireless card? its not working....i got Intel Pro 2915 ABG03:46
jribSpiceydog: yes, you would need to properly add the repository that is in the wiki03:46
kitcheSpiceydog: of course it will linux is linux03:46
bimberiSpiceydog: if you have the budgetdedicated lines in your sources.list then your getting the latest03:46
Links234jrib: Cannot install 'xchat'03:46
Links234This application conflicts with other installed software. To install 'xchat' the conflicting software must be removed before.03:46
Links234Switch to the advanced mode to resolve this conflict.03:46
thiebaudeWhere can I get the latest version of X-Chat?03:46
superchodeboot: rescue gave me a kernel panic. is there another way i can blow away the borked ubuntu install so i can start another?03:46
wastrelxchat.org ?03:46
kitcheDevC: libdvdcss03:46
thiebaudeThanks Links23403:47
Links234XCHAT.COM Is porn so dont go there... im an idiot for doing it03:47
DevCkitche: ok thanks :)03:47
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pi1lkitche, i have multiverse also enabled03:47
Angela_816_80085sudo apt-get install xchat03:47
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Angela_816_80085just do that03:47
bimberi!nvidia | ForzaPalermo03:47
ubotuForzaPalermo: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:47
FlyingSquirrel31bimberi: Thanks03:47
Spiceydogim not quite sure how to add 'repositories' or do any of that updating stuff.. i dl'ed the latest version of wine earlier but since it wudnt work i didnt no wut to do with it. can anyone help from there?03:47
ForzaPalermobimberi, its installed03:47
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thiebaudeI'll try that.03:47
ForzaPalermobimberi, i have the latest beta drivers03:47
bimberiFlyingSquirrel31: yw :)03:47
ForzaPalermobimberi, im just looking for tweaks or what have u to improve performance03:48
FlyingSquirrel31kitche: Thanks to you too :)03:48
DevCkitche: says it can't find libdvdcss but found libdvdread303:48
bimberiForzaPalermo: kk, i can't help further sorry03:48
kitchepi1l: it's in the repos since I just checked for dapper03:48
ubotulame: LAME Ain't an MP3 Encoder. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 3.96.1-2 (edgy), package size 260 kB, installed size 696 kB03:48
jribLinks234: apt-get said that?  What does 'apt-cache policy xchat' say?  Please use pastebin, don't paste here03:48
Angela_816_80085Spiceydog , try adding the Debian apt repositoriy's to synaptic, the Ubuntu version of wine is total crap03:48
Links234...whats pastebin?03:48
nothinbutnetis it recommended to use apt-get or aptitude?03:48
thiebaudeDo I have the latest version I have Xchat-Gnome 0.1103:49
kitcheDevC: you have to get libdvdcss from a 3rd party repo since it's illegal to have it in the US so they didn't put it in the repos03:49
jribLinks234: it's in the /topic03:49
Spiceydogangela: where do i get the Debian apt repositorys?03:49
bimberi!info xchat-gnome03:49
ubotuxchat-gnome: a new frontend to the popular X-Chat IRC client. In component main, is optional. Version 1:0.13-0ubuntu9 (edgy), package size 296 kB, installed size 780 kB03:49
ubotuaptitude is another terminal-based front-end to APT, like apt-get. However, aptitude can remember the dependencies installed with a package and remove them if you uninstall. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AptitudeSurvivalGuide03:49
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bimberithiebaude: Edgy has 0.13 (^^^^)03:49
wastrelnothinbutnet:  aptitude  makes uninstalling a little cleaner, sometimes.  it depends on how you want to manage your system.03:49
ubotuDebian is "the rock upon which Ubuntu is founded". To see more details on the relationship, see: http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/relationship03:49
nothinbutnetok, thanks wastrel :)03:50
tuna-fish-Angela_816_80085:  What is wrong with the ubuntu wine?03:50
Angela_816_80085no open GL03:50
bimberithiebaude: Dapper has 0.11 though03:50
Angela_816_80085atleast mine did not have it03:50
thiebaudeI'll need to upgrade03:50
DevCkitche: happen to have th libdvdcss url or I can google for it if you don't03:51
Angela_816_80085with Debian I was able to play all halflife and halflife 2 under steam...03:51
Angela_816_80085wine I mean03:51
Spiceydogok uhh.. wut do i do once im at that site angela? wut do i dl?03:51
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Links234on the command you gave me to do... it says03:51
esquilaxalso wrt my audio problem if anyones listening, the test in the system>prefs>sounds doesnt work for anything except the modem, but when testing that, it says testing but never finished03:51
kitcheDevC: http://developers.videolan.org/libdvdcss/index.html the link to it used to be in /topic but it's removed03:52
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jrib!dvd | DevC03:52
ubotuDevC: For playing DVD, see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html - "libdvdcss" can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages03:52
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Links234Installed : (none)03:52
Links234Candidate: 2.6.6-0ubuntu303:52
Links234Version table:03:52
Links234      2.6.6-0ubuntu3   003:52
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jribLinks234: ok, 'sudo apt-get install xchat'.  Is that what you tried before?03:54
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highnekoLinks234: You don't know what pastebin is? What do you need help with?03:56
highneko!pastebin | Links23403:56
ubotuLinks234: 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 (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)03:56
esquilaxno one has any ideas about my sound? :/03:56
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tonyyarussoWhat font are the Gnome menus in?03:56
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Spiceydogok i cant figure out where to download that Debian apt repository i need.. not sure y i need it though..03:58
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highnekotonyyarusso: Try gconf-editor and search for text or something.03:58
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tonyyarussohighneko: Good though03:58
bimberishame that ircatwork gets abused03:58
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highnekotonyyarusso: Actually, I meant font.03:58
mglnxby the way I don't if I did right but I voided the warranty of a friends duplicator when I realized it was just two PC player. I took that thing appart and put on the putter to find out whether linux is capable of that03:58
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bimberi!hi | mglnx04:00
ubotumglnx: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!04:00
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esquilaxno one has any ideas about my sound? :/ (repeat because off the mass part/join sorry)04:00
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ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic04:00
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bimberi!sound | esquilax04:00
ubotuesquilax: 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 that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin04:00
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RaiderXDrink your cup full of failure.04:00
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Spiceydoggod dam server splits...04:01
RaiderXDrink your cup full of failure.04:01
dgmdid that sound come from here?04:01
LjLRaiderX: ?04:01
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Chewy954LjL, its his script04:01
Chewy954type fail04:01
RaiderXSoak in your tub full of failure.04:01
LjLDinmO: ?04:01
Megaqwertyhow do I downgrade every update a repository I removed gave me?04:01
kitchedgm: probably04:01
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ubotuHi! Welcome to #ubuntu!04:02
DinmOLjL:  ?04:02
pi1lkitche, thanx a lot, i finally managed to install glame with synaptic tool, and now i think i quite happy with the solution:)04:02
Megaqwerty(I don't remember everything it updated) ^^04:02
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highnekoStop fucking around04:02
LjLDinmO: " <DinmO> FAP TILL DAWN " ?04:02
LjL!language | highneko04:02
ubotuhighneko: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.04:02
Spiceydogdoes anyone here no where i can find a Debian apt repository?04:02
LjL!caps | DinmO04:02
ubotuDinmO: PLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.04:02
DinmOwhy certainly!04:02
dgmoh, maybe it was the ban.04:03
LjLDinmO: can you explain please?04:03
kitcheSpiceydog well debian and ubuntu shouldn't really mix04:03
DinmOIt's a ritual I do once anually04:03
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LjLDinmO: well, do it in a channel that's more on topic for it please04:03
DevCLjL: is there by chance a url for how to activate but universe and multiverse for Synaptic? since i need those plugins04:03
LjLUbotu, tell DevC about universe | DevC, see the private message from Ubotu04:03
jaebirdI've got a wierd jpeg problem...eog and gthumb will not even attempt to open04:03
MegaqwertyCan someone help me with repositories? ^^^04:03
Spiceydogkitche: then not sure wut angela was talking about.. but i need to update my wine.. and im not sure how to update it without breaking it. i dl'ed an updated version but im not quite sure how to run it.04:04
naliothhighneko: please watch your language04:04
nalioth!tell Megaqwerty about repos04:04
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kitcheSpiceydog: try the wine official repo04:04
highnekonalioth: LjL said that already, didn't you see?04:04
Megaqwertynalioth: no, not that.04:04
Spiceydogketcho: wheres that04:04
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic04:04
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Naik0The link dont work :(04:04
Megaqwertynalioth: "(07:01:40 PM) Megaqwerty: how do I downgrade every update a repository I removed gave me?"04:05
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Naik0Can someone help me do a good sourcelist?04:05
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jaebirdubotu: got an idea on the jpeg issue?04:05
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about got an idea on the jpeg issue? - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:05
naliothMegaqwerty: you are out of luck, unless you want to do it all by hand04:05
nalioth!tell Naik0 about repos04:05
Megaqwertydag gunnit04:05
kitchejaebird what's your problem exactly?04:05
strabesMegaqwerty: i could send you my sources.list04:05
Naik0nalioth: dont work :p04:05
DevCLjL: thanks I know most of this is documented but it never hurts to ask :)04:05
jaebirdi reinstalled libjpeg and libexim04:05
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naliothNaik0: what doesn't work?04:05
zspada15anyone know of a plugin for evolution that will automatically decrypt yenc?04:05
Madpilotjaebird, ubotu is a bot, btw, not a human ;)04:05
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jaebirdkitche: not sure exactly, but at somepoint I screwed up some library04:06
Naik0naa i didnt see the pm sorry04:06
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Megaqwertystrabes: no, that won't help. I already deleted the repository, I just need ubuntu to downgrade the packages it updated.04:06
jaebirdexif still seems to work04:06
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic04:06
Spiceydogkitho: u said- try the wine official repo <-- where do i find that? and wut is it04:06
strabesMegaqwerty: oh sorry cant help you with that04:06
naliothMegaqwerty: you'll best be doing it manually04:06
jaebirdkitche: eog does not even give an error, just returns. it might be a gnome problem04:07
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esquilaxbimberi: re: the comprehensive sound guide, my card is detected, and the snd_hda_intel drivers load, but it still doesnt work ( http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=230189 )04:07
kitcheSpiceydog: the repo url is deb http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt edgy main04:07
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jaebirdfirefox and gimp can still open them04:07
Spiceydogwut do i do from there kitche04:07
bimberiesquilax: kk :(04:07
jribjaebird: have you tried some random jpeg from google? does that work?04:08
kitcheSpiceydog: add it to your sources.list then do sudo apt-get update then install wine04:08
ozonecodoes Ubuntu have a mail server that can be installed?04:08
kitcheozoneco: yes it has a couple04:09
ozonecokitche: should they be found in my package manager?04:09
wastrelozoneco:  there are several.  sendmail, postfix and exim among others04:09
kitcheozoneco: yes sendmail postfix is just two popular ones04:09
jaebirdjrib: I have not tried them...as I have thousands of jpegs from my photo library that i could open earlier04:09
VigoFusionEvolution is one e.mail client that comes with Ubuntu04:09
jribjaebird: oh I see, wasn't sure from your description if this was a specific jpeg giving you problems.  but never mind then04:10
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VigoFusionI use Thunderbird, it installed easily and works great.04:10
anniem149is there any reason why i cannot go to the directory - /etc/x1104:10
bimberianniem149: because it's capital X04:10
anniem149it still wont let me04:11
strabesanniem149: it's X1104:11
strabesanniem149: with a capital X04:11
jribanniem149: what command are you using?04:11
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anniem149cd /etc/X1104:11
strabesanniem149: try sudo04:11
Spiceydoghow do i open /etc/apt/sources.list?04:11
Spiceydogi forgot..04:11
naliothanniem149: it is very much recommened that you stay out of system space04:11
strabesSpiceydog: sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list04:11
strabesit's a text document04:11
MadpilotSpiceydog, sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list04:11
anniem149i know, but i am installingvia virtual pc and my graphics are fubar04:12
strabesnewer people seem to like gedit better than nano04:12
bimberianniem149: probably fubar due to having no /etc/X11 I'd say04:12
naliothstrabes: it's gksudo please to open gtk apps as superuser04:12
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Madpilotstrabes, sure, but nano is sane, and it works even if they're X-less04:12
jaebirdpng files still open fine with eog04:12
strabesMadpilot: indeed04:12
naliothstrabes: using 'sudo' will muck up permissions04:13
anniem149but when i list it, it shows up in blue04:13
VigoFusionI am still on the fence tween gedit and nano, they both have there good04:13
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strabesnalioth: no, it just does the command as root04:13
bimberianniem149: what's the output of 'file /etc/X11' ?04:13
nalioth!tell strabes about gksudo04:13
jribMadpilot: not much of a nano user, but do you need to use -w to ensure it doesn't put in extra line breaks?04:13
anniem149i dunno :)  show me :)04:13
strabesnalioth: oh i thought you were asking me04:13
Spiceydogok how do i add http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt to my sources.list?04:13
ubotuIf you need to run graphical applications as root, use gksudo, as it will set up the environment more appropriately. Avoid ever using "sudo <GUI-application>"04:14
Madpilotjrib, not sure; I never have, and I've poked at my sources.list w/ nano more than once04:14
bimberianniem149: alright. "/etc/X11: directory"  here04:14
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MegaqwertySpiceydog: sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list04:14
jribSpiceydog: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine  tells you exactly:  deb http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt edgy main  if you are on edgy04:14
strabesMegaqwerty: they recommend that you use gksudo if you're going to run a graphical application04:14
strabesMegaqwerty: instead of sudo04:15
Megaqwertymeh. still works from terminal04:15
Spiceydogwait... im confused... jrib: wuts edgy main?04:15
strabesMegaqwerty: i dont really know why; ive never had a problem with it04:15
strabesMegaqwerty: i know04:15
anniem149no such file or directory04:15
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uriHey, I seem to be having a problem getting WINE to run Steam on my system. Can anybody help me/point me to a place where I could get help?04:15
jribSpiceydog: do you see how the other lines in that file are structured?  They start with deb, then a url, then a repository, then a component04:15
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pngwenIs there anyway I can exclude xmms from showing up in the gnome tasklist?04:16
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strabesuri: http://www.linux-gamers.net/modules/wiwimod/index.php?page=HOWTO+Steam04:16
pngwenerr... the gnome window list.  sorry, forgot the gnome speak for it.04:16
jribSpiceydog: if you are really interested in the structure:  http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/apt-howto/ch-basico.en.html#s-sources.list04:17
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anniem149nm, i went back to root and tried again - happy :)04:17
ozonecook, between the 3, sendmail, postfix, and exim,....all with gui? best choice for gui?04:17
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ozonecojust for the maint04:18
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tritiocould I know if my kernel find the scanner04:18
pi1lhow do i resize a fat 32 partition and add ext3 partition to my disk?04:18
craigbass1976Where can I start looking for why ubuntu is so slow?  I had an edgy install running two days ago, but had to install dapper to try something out, and for some reason it drags.  Xorg is at the top of the list when I do a top, but no numbers are going very high in anything there.04:18
Spiceydogim not really interested in 'structure' but wut im really trying to do is get wine working so i can run a simple exe program.. but i need to update wine. and to update wine i need to do something else.. and to do that something else i need to stick http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt/ into the sources.list then do some kinda update thing04:18
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pngwenozoneco: I would use postfix.  It's the most secure and easiest to configure.  No gui to speak of, but it is super simple.04:18
strabespi1l: boot from the live cd and use gparted that comes withit04:19
jribSpiceydog: I told you exactly what to put in there, and the wiki page does too04:19
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about c++ - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:19
Spiceydogo sry jrib.. can u resend that link plz?04:19
pi1lstrabes, can i do it without rebooting?04:19
craigbass1976Also, does the xmms player you can get in add/remove software play streaming mp3?  If it doesn't, what does?  I'd like some tunage while I'm installing Ubuntu on another box.04:19
tritiocould I know if my kernel find the scanner04:19
ozonecopngwen: thanks, i'll go that way04:19
jribSpiceydog: according to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine, if you are on ubuntu edgy you add this line:   deb http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt edgy main04:20
jaebirdFixed it :)04:20
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pngwenozoneco: no problem.  You'll want to find postfix's homepage and read their docs.04:20
synth7Uptime: 9wks 1day 2hrs 2mins04:20
Spiceydogkk thnx04:20
esquilaxbimberi: one odd thing is that my alsamixer doesnt have a pcm setting at all, which i noticed some people say could be muted and thats what was breaking their sound04:20
morticiHi everyone, im switching to kubuntu from gentoo in the next 30 mins04:20
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morticijust wondering if anyone here is running edgy, with beryl, aiglx and a i810 video card?04:21
ubotuEdubuntu is an Ubuntu derivative aimed at schools and educational institutions. For more info, see http://www.edubuntu.org04:21
CrellHi all.  I'm having an issue setting up a mail server using Ubuntu-Server Edgy.  Specifically, postfix+sasl+mysql.  I have postfix using sasl for SMTP Auth, but sasl is trying to authenticate against /etc/sasldb2, which doesn't exist.  I have an smtpd.conf file for it that should be telling it to use MySQL, but it's getting ignored.04:21
ozonecopngwen: can you tell me about 2 smtp servers, how would they share/forward authorization to each other?04:21
bimberitritio: try running XSane.  Applications -> Graphics -> XSane Image Scanner.  If your scanner is detected it will work.04:21
edbehallo, how do you convert mov files to smaller mov/avi files with mplayer?04:21
CrellThe postfix docs list about 4 places that file could live.  Both the Ubuntu and Debian tutorials I've found say to use /etc/postfix/sasl/smtpd.conf.  I've tried all of the above, to no avail.  Any suggestions?04:21
Spiceydogsry jrib... but im really not sure how that website helps me to put a link into sources.list04:21
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bimberiesquilax: that's unusual, what about if you double-click on the volume applet?04:21
strabesmortici: check out wiki.beryl-project.org there's a lot of info and howtos tehre04:21
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rizwaanhow to load OSS emulation at the startup04:22
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morticistrabes, their hdd went bad, server is down04:22
jaebirdI reinstalled libexif12, libjasper, libjpeg62 and dev, libmng1, and libwmf...now it works04:22
strabesmortici: not any more. it's back up. they recovered most of the content from the google cache I believe04:22
rizwaani need it cause audacity causing noise in the recording04:22
tritiobimberi, ok thnks04:22
strabesmortici: everything for (k)ubuntu is there04:23
jribSpiceydog: I'll help you out in more detail, just type this in your chat client:  /join #ubuntu-classroom04:23
CrellI've yet to find anything to say how to convince Postfix to read that file that I'm not already doing.04:23
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ada - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:23
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ubotur00t_: To change the Gnome splash screen, open the gconf-editor and change the key /apps/gnome-session/options/splash-image.04:23
rizwaanhow to load OSS emulation at the startup04:23
esquilaxbimberi: only if i change device from HDA Intel (Alsa Mixer) to Realtek ALC880 (OSS Mixer), and then its PCM-2 not PCM04:23
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rizwaani need it cause audacity causing noise in the recording04:23
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pngwenIs there a way to exclude a program from the gnome window list?04:23
LjLzac1, you were told repeatedly to not play with the bot, *and* you were pointed at the relevant usage information (as you're showing)04:24
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MegaqwertySpiceydog: give me like 4 mins so I can finish what I'm doing, and if no one has helped you, I think I will have time to help you.04:24
matthew_Anyone else have a problem w/ skype freezing your computer when you call it back from icon mode and make a call? I think it's just prioritizing skype to run all in RAM, since skype is needed to be as real-time as possible...ideas?04:24
morticistrabes, thank you04:24
craigbass1976Why can't I ssh into my ubuntu box?04:25
craigbass1976I can ssh out of it04:25
matthew_is port 22 open?04:25
kitchecraigbass1976: ssh isn't installed by default04:25
H3g3m0ncraigbass1976: apt-get install openssh-server04:25
edbehallo, how do you convert mov files to smaller mov/avi files with mplayer?04:25
bimberiesquilax: hmmk.  Unfortunately I don't know what the issue could be04:25
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matthew_how does one open/close ports? Do I have to edit firewallrc, or is there an easier way from the CLI?04:26
morticican't wait to format this thing and start fresh :)04:26
craigbass1976How am I going to turn it on at boot?  I'm from red hat land, where chkconfig sshd on would do that.04:26
esquilaxguess im glad i used the livecd first and didnt discover this after installing04:26
CrellNo one knows from postfix, eh?04:26
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ubotur00t_: To change the Gnome splash screen, open the gconf-editor and change the key /apps/gnome-session/options/splash-image.04:27
bimbericraigbass1976: the installer sets it up to start at boot by default04:27
craigbass1976bimberi, Hey!  How's it going?04:27
matthew_maybe use Kino to convert movies from mov to avi...not sure about that one, though04:27
bimbericraigbass1976: very well thanks.  You?04:28
craigbass1976bimberi, I've had so much trouble with so many things.... what was I asking you about yesterday?04:28
craigbass1976bimberi, was it a printer?04:28
bimbericraigbass1976: yes04:28
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bimbericraigbass1976: you didn't tell me it was a Canon :O.  Terrible support for Linux unfortunately.04:29
VigoFusionWhere are the Ruby files I downloaded/installed using Synaptic at?04:29
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craigbass1976bimberi, Well, I don't know which one it was, but I found a hp 3820 I'd forgotten about.  Bought ink today, and got a blinking light.  Talked to hp chat (fairly useless)  Turns out there was a missing piece of metal in the carriage that tells the printer there's an ink cartridge there.04:29
highnekoVigoFusion: dpkg -L ruby04:29
PlimmerCan someone point me in a direction for a remote desktop kinda thing for Ubuntu?04:30
VigoFusionThank you04:30
matthew_try Rdesktop04:30
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craigbass1976bimberi, with some tweezers, a 1/2 inch piece of copper wire, and a wad of paper to hold things together, I got it running.04:30
ozonecoubuntu have a firewall by default?04:30
highnekoPlimmer: ssh, sftp, vnc, scp04:30
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bimberiPlimmer: System -> Preferences -> Remote Desktop04:30
pbkPlimmer: vncviewer04:30
bimbericraigbass1976: cool, nice work, and persistence04:31
FFForeverhow do i cvs into source forge?04:31
FFForeveri get no route to host04:31
firefoxjedihello guys04:31
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Megaqwertyspiceydog: you get your problem resolved?04:32
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ozonecoi have ssh server installed, how do i tell if the service is running? i cant log into port 2204:34
Megaqwertyozoneco: I don't know, but a port scan could probably tell. (see nmap)04:34
NineTeen67CometHi all .. If I set up a printer as administrator (System>Admin>Printer) should all users be able to print?04:34
craigbass1976bimberi, it was brutal...04:34
VigoFusionYay! I have Ruby-on-Rails now:)04:35
H3g3m0nozoneco: Should work by default, try /etc/init.d/sshd restart04:35
r00t_!gdm | r00t_04:35
ubotugdm: GNOME Display Manager. In component main, is optional. Version 2.16.1-0ubuntu4 (edgy), package size 1686 kB, installed size 12300 kB04:35
bimberiozoneco: ps -aux | grep sshd     (you should see /usr/bin/sshd as one of the processes)04:35
craigbass1976Where can I start looking for why ubuntu is so slow?  I had an edgy install running two days ago, but had to install dapper to try something out, and for some reason it drags.  Xorg is at the top of the list when I do a top, but no numbers are going very high in anything there.04:35
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pbkNineTeen67Comet: Printer works here for all04:35
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bimberiozoneco: oops, make that:  ps aux | grep sshd04:36
r00t_where do i get GDM ?04:36
NineTeen67Cometpbk: hope so .. thanks much .. Hopefully it'll be a go ..04:36
matthew_sudo apt-get install GDM?04:36
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bimberir00t_: it's installed by default for an Ubuntu desktop installation.  Otherwise 'sudo apt-get install gdm'04:37
ski_tmpblablaoiwhmmm.... how can i tell firefox to open requests for a new window in a new tab?04:37
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bimbericraigbass1976: :)04:37
matthew_ski: tools=>preferences=>tabs04:38
ubotuYou can use <tab> for autocompletion of nicknames in IRC, as well as for completion of filenames and programs on the command line.04:38
ski_tmpblablaoiwmatthew_, i looked there04:38
ski_tmpblablaoiwno dice04:38
domhi, um, is there an sftp client installed with ubuntu?04:38
matthew_ski_tmpblablaoiw: try downloading tab mix plus...it's a FF extension04:39
pbkski_tmpblablaoiw: make sure you close out and restart for tabs (and other prefs) to stick04:39
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ski_tmpblablaoiwoh wait04:39
ski_tmpblablaoiwlooks like a no04:39
r00t_bimberi,  how do i use custom gdm theme?04:39
ski_tmpblablaoiwmaybe it was some sorta javascript hack04:39
matthew_ski_tmpblablaoiw: It should be edit, not tools04:39
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matthew_my bad04:39
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domusing scp and sftp from the command line sux04:39
ski_tmpblablaoiwanyway, seems towork now, thanks04:39
bimberidom: yes,   Places -> Connect to Server, Service Type: SSH04:39
ski_tmpblablaoiwmatthew_, yeah i figured that04:39
ixian_tab mix plus is a must-have04:39
matthew_I love it...04:39
tIgErStYLeany girl speak spanish ?04:40
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dombimberi,  oo, ok, lemme try04:40
ixian_tIgErStYLe, this isnt aol04:40
ski_tmpblablaoiwtIgErStYLe, si, quieres cyber?04:40
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matthew_tIgErStYLe: talk linux, or go away. No sex here04:40
bimberir00t_: iirc you install/configure them via System -> Administration -> Login Screen04:40
matthew_lol, si, el quire cyber...lol04:40
ozonecobimberi: it was listed, so that means its running04:40
ixian_trying to pick up chicks in a linux irc channel.. that's classic04:40
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VigoFusionThat slays me04:41
ski_tmpblablaoiwwhat are you talking about i am a chick and we are having cybersex in pm04:41
bimberiozoneco: yep04:41
ski_tmpblablaoiwhe was successful04:41
matthew_the ultimate in fruitless labor04:41
zspada15how do i install a usb printer?04:41
matthew_ski_tmpblablaoiw: are you joking?!?!?!04:41
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matthew_zspada15, what brand is it?04:41
mglnxplease this is gnome I like to find out what gtk program handles DVD-to-DVD burning directly thanks04:41
zspada15lexmark z2204:41
r00t_wow tnx bimberi04:41
ski_tmpblablaoiwmatthew_, why, are you jealous?04:42
zspada15matthew_, lexmark z2204:42
ski_tmpblablaoiwmatthew_, you can get in on this too04:42
bimberir00t_: yw :)04:42
lifepositiveis there any program for Ubuntu that acts like an alarm-clock?04:42
r00t_yw means ?04:42
matthew_ski_tmpblablaoiw, nah, my cybering days are over...I've got a _real_ girl now...04:42
zspada15r00k, your welcome04:42
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zspada15matthew_, its a lexmark04:42
VigoFusionlifepositive: Yes04:42
r00t_lifepositive,  yeah i am looking for that too04:42
mglnxplease noone has two CD or DVD drives to burn? I do'nt know what GTK program is there to handle DVD-to-DVD burn directly04:42
ski_tmpblablaoiwmatthew_, sex with your real girl is nothing compared to cybersex with me. i'm that good04:42
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grndslmyou guys heard of PortableOne laptops?  I think I'm gonna have to get that SX:  http://portableone.com/04:43
r00t_VigoFusion,  tell me the name please :)04:43
zspada15!ubuntu-offtopic | ski_tmpblablaoiw04:43
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ubuntu-offtopic - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:43
matthew_zspada15, ok, I really don't know much about installing printers, haven't had too much success, I just wanted everyone in the room to know what it was....04:43
matthew_kinda crucial when asking for help04:43
pab1weird problem... my terminal is not displaying the working directory.  anyone ever seen this before?04:43
pbkpabl: what's it showing?04:44
matthew_pab1, nope, never04:44
Megaqwertymatthew_: printer installation? System-->Administration-->Printing04:44
domoh, neeto.  thx bimberi04:44
pab1boo :(04:44
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ixian_zspada15, make sure the printer is turned on/connected then go to administration -> printing04:44
r00t_<VigoFusion> do you know the name of software?04:44
grndslmdo you think a transreflective screen would be worth $400 for yourself if you don't work outside for a living?04:44
matthew_Megaqwerty, didn't work, the driver doesn't exist, or I don't have the right privs....04:44
zspada15ixian_, thanks04:44
Megaqwertymatthew_: Then printer-->Add printer. simple04:44
matthew_Its a network printer04:44
Madpilotski_tmpblablaoiw, take the random chat to PM or another channel, thanks...04:44
matthew_Samsung 1651N04:44
VigoFusionlifepositive: there are a few, but I use the Keyboarfd Preferances, every hour it tells me to take a break, shuts desktop down and I walk away.04:44
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Megaqwertymatthew_: is it connected to a windows box?04:45
mglnxevery thing I find on internet is just ISO burning, I am looking for a program that does direct DVD-to-DVD burning04:45
matthew_Megaqwerty, nah, kubuntu 6.1004:45
r00t_VigoFusion,  oter ?04:45
lifepositiveVigoFusion: ol04:45
VigoFusionlifepositive: There is also a World Clock and stuff that can be gotten from Synaptic or apt-get04:45
lifepositiver00k: any luck?04:46
matthew_Megaqwerty, kubuntu dapper, can't remember if that's 6.06 or 6.10....04:46
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ski_tmpblablaoiwMadpilot, you're like, 5 minutes late, i already stopped :)04:46
lifepositiveVigoFusion: ol04:46
Megaqwertymatthew_:oh. well, can't help you too much there. my network printers are connected to windows computers. I haven't succeeded yet in converting everyone I know to Ubuntu ;-)04:46
lifepositiveVigoFusion: ok04:46
VigoFusionI like the keyboard timer though,04:46
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ski_tmpblablaoiwmglnx, can't you just make an iso and then burn that?04:46
r00t_VigoFusion,  tell us the fullname04:47
matthew_dead silence....04:47
MegaqwertySpiceydog: are you there?04:47
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/FreeFormats04:47
mglnxski_tmpblablaoiw: that exactly the stupid thing to do on my case. SO I waste my time needlessly? I wanna do DVD-to-DVD directly04:48
VigoFusionTyping Monitor 2.16.104:48
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Megaqwertymatthew_: that didn't last ;-)A04:48
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about alarm - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:48
mglnxski_tmpblablaoiw: because I have two DVD devies on my computer04:48
ski_tmpblablaoiwmglnx, so youre issue is speed?04:48
VigoFusionI wrote a code like that for Win32 devices,but this one is way better.04:49
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AndyLinuxHi I'm looking for some help with issues upgrading dapper to edgy?  Is this the right place?04:51
craigbass1976Can anyone tell me what would make dapper drake extremely slow?  Edgy was fast on the same box.  It feels like xp on 64 megs of ram04:51
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AndyLinuxI've done a bunch of searches and can't figure out the issue.04:51
lifepositiveis there any program for Ubuntu that acts like an alarm-clock?04:51
jribAndyLinux: yes, go ahead and tell us what is happening (try to keep it on one line and use pastebin if you have some long error output)04:51
knappHow can I make MPGs show thumbnail previews in Konquerer?04:51
matthew_craigbass1976, I had the same issue a couple of times...try killing Kmix....04:52
matthew_sudo killall kmix04:52
AndyLinuxI'm missing the /lib/modules/2.6.17-10-386 directory04:52
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matthew_craigbass1976, or try it through Ksysguard04:52
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craigbass1976But I'm running gnome.  Tried the command though anyway, but kmix isn't running04:53
ozonecousing nmap, how would i scan .103 for port 22? (that's ssh, right?)04:53
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matthew_craigbass1976, oh, whoos04:53
matthew_craigbass1976, Whoops04:53
JohnFluxozoneco: nmap  ip -p 2204:54
wastrelozoneco:  no need to use nmap for that.   telnet x.y.x.103 2204:54
mglnxski_tmpblablaoiw: the issue is to make it simple, instead of making kazillion clicks I just wanna make one click. So there are no packages that do that on linux like NERO? NERO can burn directly from two DVDs drives04:54
matthew_craigbass1976, I think that you gnomers have a task-manager as well...04:54
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JohnFluxgrep ssh /etc/services04:54
JohnFluxssh             22/tcp                          # SSH Remote Login Protocol04:54
JohnFluxwastrel: ^^04:54
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wastrelyes and?04:54
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craigbass1976matthew_, I'm not a gnomer by default, I'd rather KDE but didn't want to get another iso.  I've run top and see nothing out of the ordinary.04:55
JohnFluxwastrel: uh sorry that was to craigbass197604:55
ski_tmpblablaoiwmglnx, dunno. you could always write a script that automated the various pieces04:55
craigbass1976JohnFlux, Huh?04:55
JohnFluxmglnx: k3b can do dvd burning04:55
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about alarm-clock - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:56
JohnFluxcraigbass1976: argh nm stupid me04:56
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mglnxJohnFlux: can it do DVD-to-DVD? Isn't there a GTK one?04:56
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craigbass1976JohnFlux, thoguht maybe you had a solution to really slow ubuntu04:56
ozonecothe nmap identified the port as there, the telnet failed to connect04:56
DevCwell now I'm mad....did everything the site pages said to get dvd working on ubuntu and it still goes on about not having the right plugins for totem04:56
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JohnFluxmglnx: i'm sure it can.  dunno about gtkj04:57
matthew_craigbass1976, I think you can install the KDE desktop...try sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop04:57
ice_creamhi, stupid question... i managed to drag my firefox into the very edge of the screen, so that only the right edge is visible... how can i move it back w/o closing it (5 tabs)04:57
matthew_ice_cream, you can't, you're screwed, download tab mix plus04:57
Virtuallice_cream, don't know about moving04:57
ice_creamwhat does tab mix plus do04:58
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Virtuallbut if its 2.0 then do a killall firefox-bin04:58
ice_creami dont want to kill it!!04:58
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Virtualltabs remain!04:58
jribice_cream: maybe alt-click on it and drag04:58
matthew_ice_cream, that way, next time you will have session restore enabled, so that you can restore the tabs04:58
Virtuallit asks if you want to restore the session04:58
ixian_shoudl be able to right click on firefox in the window list, go to move, then click on the part of the window you can see04:58
ice_creamjrib,  yes!!! alt click!04:58
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jribice_cream: actually I guesss you could have just dragged too and made the window bigger04:59
ice_creami was always trying ctrl click...04:59
matthew_ice_cream, I would still recommend getting tab mix plus...google it04:59
DevCI followed the site LjL gave me and installed everything the site said I needed and I still can't play DVDs in ubuntu...I even downloaded the gstream plugins that the site said to get04:59
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sam1982anyone here used Xubuntu, before?04:59
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jrib!anybody | sam198204:59
matthew_DevC, www.getautomatix.com04:59
ubotusam1982: 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?04:59
kmullasking for some help here. i've got a an old laptop with no ethernet port, a wireless card, a busted up windows install. i've loaded grub and the linux kernal and initrd.gz for ubuntu edgy04:59
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kmullis it possible to use the plug in wireless card to access a network?05:00
matthew_kmull, why?05:00
matthew_kmull, nm05:00
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matthew_kmull, just try it...05:00
kmullmatthew because i only have the kernal installed, was planning on connecting to network to update ubuntu05:00
ozoneco22/tcp filtered ssh....but telnet fails to the box05:00
sam1982hah   Ok  I want to try out Xubuntu on a slower machine here, i want to know what differences i can expect from Ubuntu ~~~05:00
wastrelkmull:  if drivers for the wireless card are present on the installation media05:00
wastrelkmull:  and if you have a wifi network around to connect to :] 05:01
kmullwastrel- there is no install media. it isn't the install CD05:01
kmullthe computer has a CD rom that doesn't wokr05:01
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matthew_kmull, It will look different and have different default packages installed05:01
kmullcan't boot from usb05:01
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DevCmatthew_: automatrix is down lol05:01
matthew_DevC, www.getautomatix.com05:02
matthew_not automatrix.com05:02
matthew_sam1982, , It will look different and have different default packages installed05:02
matthew_sorry Kmull05:02
sam1982Matthew ~ i know that much05:02
craigbass1976hehe... xmms plays mp3 streams...05:02
kmullso i have no CD rom, no ethernet port, no bootable usb, and a plug in wireless card that isn't detected, and a busted up windows xp. how do i get ubuntu on here?05:02
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DevCmatthew_: meant matix, it's my matrix trilogy that I'm trying to watch but either way the site is down right now05:03
matthew_sam1982, sorry, I assume everyone I deal with has no knowledge, it's easier that way05:03
matthew_DevC, ah...ok, well, darn that's a bummer05:03
sam1982haha  matthew  its ok..05:03
sysdocmatthew_, lmao!!05:03
craigbass1976kmull, how did you end up with no ethernet?05:03
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ozonecoany ideas why telnet fails?05:03
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matthew_DevC, when it gets up again, install automatix and download AUD-DVD codecs under Multimedia05:03
strabeshow did you get xp on tehre in the 1st place with no CD drive05:03
Madpilot!automatix | matthew_05:04
ubotumatthew_: automatix 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. Problems caused by Automatix are often hard to track and solve, and it might sometimes be easier to !install a fresh copy of Ubuntu. See also !WorksForMe05:04
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kmullcraigbass, it is a really, really old laptop. it has a phone plug.05:04
cratel2is there some sort of RAID notification applet for when the RAID fails? I'd like it to send me an email or something. I thought this was standard in various linux distros but I can't find anything for ubuntu...05:04
matthew_well, I don't care what you say, bot, I love it05:04
craigbass1976Ahhh.  I've got one of those.  Canon innova book05:04
H3g3m0nkmull: How can you tell the wireless isn't detected?05:04
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matthew_yup, me too, IBM thinkpad 600e05:04
Madpilotmatthew_, "works for me" is not enough of a reason to recommend a tool known to cause problems05:05
craigbass1976kmull, I think you're out of luck, unless you can get one of those plug in ethernet cards05:05
matthew_Madpilot, very well.05:05
DevCMadpilot: he was just recommending it because the links LjL gave me didn't fix my not being able to view dvds05:05
kmullbecause when i go through grub and it starts to configure, it asks me to put in proxy info or leave it blank, then says the mirror isn't detected05:05
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H3g3m0nkmull: Do you have a cdrom drive in there, jsut one that doesn't boot?05:05
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strabesmatthew_, devc, actually you should go here.  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats?highlight=%28restricted%29people don't like automatix here.05:05
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kmullh3g3m0n it has a cd drive, but it doesn't work.05:06
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matthew_strabes, well, that's is a bummer as well...05:06
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unikoncan anyone point out a link as to where i can have a friend of mine goto to use screenshots how to install ubuntu on her desktop05:06
strabesmatthew_: i know; i like automatix2 a lot myself05:06
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H3g3m0nkmull: Floppy drive atleast?05:06
matthew_strabes, kinda similar to "we don't like coloreds around here" ?05:06
strabesmatthew_: i think05:06
matthew_no offense intended to anyone...05:07
Madpilotmatthew_ & strabes - not funny.05:07
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strabesbut !etiquitte05:07
kmullH3g3m0n - this, yes. but my desktop doesn't have a floppy to use a floppy disk05:07
strabesif i spelled it correctly05:07
matthew_sorry all05:07
ubotuUnsure how you should behave on this channel? See !CoC, !Guidelines, !Offtopic, !Language, !Attitude, !Repeat, !Enter, !Paste, !NickSpam, !AskTheBot - and most importantly, use common sense :-)05:07
DevCMadPilot: I did everything the site LjL gave me about getting plugins and such for totem in order to play dvds and after installing everything it said to install I still can't watch a dvd through totem because even after restart it goes on about plugins05:07
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H3g3m0nkmull: Is there nonbootable usb on there?05:08
MadpilotDevC, totem-xine should play DVDs05:08
kmullH3g3m0n - yes. nonbootable usb does function.05:08
strabesDevC: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats?highlight=%28restricted%2905:08
H3g3m0nkmull: And you can get into grub?05:09
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VigoFusionWho was asking about Install Sites?05:09
H3g3m0nkmull: You should beable to boot of a usbdrive from within grub05:09
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tx22Guys, wondering if any of you could help me. Currently I have a athlon 3200+ but wondering about upgrading. The core 2 duo looks very nice, but if I got that, I'd have to sell my athlon + mobo on ebay, and I am not sure if I'd get a good deal. Should I upgrade to a 4500 or something?.. Cheers05:10
DevCstrabes: hmmm that isn't what LjL gave me earlier :o05:10
matthew_intel > AMD05:10
matthew_go for intel, quicker and cooler05:10
strabesDevC: you're right; that is the wrong page. sorry05:10
matthew_well, cooler for sure05:10
matthew_and the core 2 duo kicks glutes05:11
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superchodek, install is broken.... CD boot/install option merely boots the bad install and craps out... and boot: rescue kernel panics... is there any way to force the cd to begin the install process so that i can wipe the partition and install fresh?05:11
strabesDevC: try installing libdvdcss205:11
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kmullH3g3m0n can you walk me through that in private chat?05:11
PlimmerThe core 2 is awesome, but if you dont want to use alot of money a new amd would be nice to. :)05:11
strabessuperchode: the alternate install cd05:11
ubotuPlease investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (see also !Bot). Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops... ;-)05:11
PlimmerPerhaps an X2, if your mobo supports it.05:11
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tx22matthew_: well, how much do you think I'd get if I sold my current cpu + motherboard?05:11
matthew_what? it's only about 900 dollars...05:11
mglnxxI got this crash message "cdda:///dev/hdd" is not a valid location.05:11
tx22Plimmer:  Yeah, it supportd x205:11
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superchodestrabes: do you have a link for that?05:12
VigoFusionAny hardware that you buy today was manufactured 3 years ago, so never be in a hurry to get hardware. (a lesson learned after $$$ wasted)05:12
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superchodeis it called 'alternate install cd'?05:12
DevCstrabes: the site LjL gave me had that as the first step then had me activate universe and multiverse to download several gstream plugins ffsomething, bad-multiverse, bad, ugly, and ugly-multiverse05:12
tx22VigoFusion:  so, you're saying that it's best to buy an amd?.. or you mean a core 2 duo?05:12
mglnxxthis "cdda:///dev/hdd" is not a valid location. happens when I try to open a CD audio with Nautilus05:12
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mglnxxis it possible to open a CD audio in Nautilus?05:13
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strabessuperchode: enter in terminal: sudo apt-get install libdvdcss205:13
matthew_mglnx, maybe to open an audio cd...05:13
strabessuperchode: do you have the extra repositories enabled?05:13
matthew_mglnx, but I think you need a media player for media....05:13
H3g3m0nkmull: Check PM05:13
strabesDevC: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats?highlight=%28restricted%29#head-38508785e53c611dde1859232189b2e823135eb905:13
kmullon it05:14
VigoFusiontx22: Stay with what works for you now, improve on it if you are able, but if you have a cash cow, buy the lot.05:14
strabessuperchode: nm that last message. what is your problem again? sorry05:14
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mglnxxmatthew_: but I wanna drag the contents from that CD to another Burner I've got05:14
matthew_tx22, I would look at upgrading my RAM before my processor05:14
superchodestrabes: my initial install can only get me to the command line... GUI is down. it didn't install properly.05:15
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tx22VigoFusion:  Well, I dont have that much money.05:15
superchodei just want to be able to install clean05:15
strabeshmmmm is your cd broken or something? check the cd for defects05:15
strabessuperchode ^^05:15
superchodecd is fine05:15
tx22matthew_:  Yeah, I need more ram.. I have 1gb and it's not enough05:15
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superchodebut it has a boot/install option05:15
strabessuperchode: try the alternate cd install05:15
DevCstrabes: installing totem-xine but for some odd reason it is removing totem-gstreamer o_O05:15
superchodeso instead of going to install... it boots the bad juju05:15
matthew_I think you need to use K3b for that...although I really am not too sure if such a thing is possible...I've never done it...05:15
mglnxxMy CD aint broken05:15
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superchodei'm downloading the alternate install cd... what do i do with that to kill the bad install's partition?05:16
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VigoFusiontx22: Then stick with what works, the RAM upgrade was a good suggestion, can your current Mobo handle more RAM?05:16
strabessuperchode: you can't even boot from the regular CD?05:16
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kmullH3g3m0n  you there?05:16
mglnxxmatthew_: there isn't a GTK program to do that? Gnome haven't made one?05:17
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strabessuperchode: sorry i have to go05:17
H3g3m0nkmull: Yeh05:17
superchodethe regular cd boots.... but it's got a boot/install option... i want to install clean, but it boots the borked install05:17
matthew_superchode, have you tried fiddling w/ your bios?05:17
noodles12any iaudiophiles in here? i need a recommendation on some earbuds. I kind of want something a little cheaper than seinhesser cs 300's.05:17
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kmullH3g3m0n check pm05:17
tx22VigoFusion:  Well, this is the trouble.. It's a K8N Neo2 Platinum, but I think the memory slows down if you want more than 2gb05:17
mglnxxnoodles12: check on engadget.com05:17
superchodenothing wrong with bios or anything... i just need to know how to force the cd to install overtop of the old one05:17
matthew_try booting a small livecd, such as DSL and cfdisk'ing the "borked" install partition05:17
H3g3m0nkmull: Havn't gotten anything :/05:18
tx22VigoFusion:  "Dual-channel DDR works ONLY in the 3 combinations listed in the table shown in the previous page." http://www.msi.com.tw/program/products/mainboard/mbd/pro_mbd_detail.php?UID=60705:18
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superchodeit's detecting the old install and booting instead of going to the install menu and letting me wipe and re-partition to start fresh05:18
H3g3m0nkmull: /join #usbboot05:18
superchodeok, livecd would work05:18
superchodei had trouble getting root access last time i used it, though05:18
mglnxxhey anyone here have a program  that can burn directly DVD-to-DVD or/and CD-to-CD? c'mmon I bet I am not the only one05:18
matthew_superchode, sudo -s05:18
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superchodethen 'cfdisk' ?05:19
Gizzlethis is weird, when i open a folder with music files one of song plays briefly for approx. three seconds, does anyone know why?  Using Edgy .. thanks05:19
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matthew_cfdisk /dev/hda105:19
matthew_superchode, or whatever partition it is05:19
superchodei'll give that a go05:19
matthew_superchode, no no no05:19
superchodeit's hdb1, close enough05:19
matthew_superchode,  it's hdb05:19
superchodehdb should work05:19
matthew_superchode, sudo cfdisk /dev/hdb05:19
superchodek, hopefully that flushes it05:20
matthew_superchode, sorry about the mixup05:20
GenNMXIf ps is showing a process taking up CPU time but it's a zombie process, how do I get rid of it? kill -9 isn't doing it.05:20
superchodeno problem, i was following you05:20
mglnxxanyone here konw any program to burn DVD-to-DVD GKT based?05:20
matthew_GenNMX, killall name of process05:20
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VigoFusiontx22: Its basic economics, you want a screaming gamer, $$$, you want a functional box, less $, if a box lasts you 5 years, you did good.05:20
matthew_GenNMX, killall name-of-process05:20
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DevCfinally totem-xine worked :)05:21
VigoFusionWhy can't I listen to NPR?05:22
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matthew_superchode, have you got a small liveCD? if not, go to www.damnsmalllinux.org05:22
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superchodei just have breezy & dapper ones05:22
matthew_DSL will boot very quickly, be snappy, load into RAM,  etc...05:22
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matthew_superchode, just a thought05:23
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matthew_superchode, when/if you boot it, type in dsl toram05:23
mglnxxis this correct apt-get install gnomebaker05:23
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tovellamglnxx: looks correct to me.05:24
marcrosoftrecently my computer started complaining about being read-only then when I rebooted had hd errors.... what could possibly cause this? I ran spinrite and my disk seems fine.05:24
matthew_marcrosoft, try fsck'ing the drive05:24
Gizzle have a good night folks..05:25
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tovellamarcrosoft: all hard drives die, eventually - possible cause.05:25
mglnxxROFL@marcrosoft, I once called it macrasoft, but necro$$oft should also be possible05:26
matthew_sudo fsck /dev/hda05:26
sysragewhy the heck does apt-cache search show stuff completely unrelated to the search term i use?05:26
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matthew_sysrage, try sudo apt-get install synaptic...it's a much easier front-end than the CLI05:27
sysragei'll check it out, but i like CLI05:27
bimberi_sysrage: it searches package descriptions as well05:27
tovellamarcrosoft: i must follow by saying your hard drive may not be dead - it could have simply experience a "hiccup".05:27
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sysragebimb: any way to only search the name and/or short description?05:27
marcrosofttovella, i ran spinrite... i assume it would show if the hd was dying05:27
matthew_sysrage, in that case, I would say that it's searching in the package name AND description...so if you're looking for a lib, and a package REQUIRES a lib, then that random package will show up...05:28
marcrosoftmglnxx, yeah i need a new handle I have been using it since middle school05:28
wastrelsysrage:  apt-cache searches in the package descriptions also so pulls in stuff that is mentioned there05:28
tovellamarcrosoft: if you press "esc" during to boot process, you should be able to get to the boot menu.05:28
AndyLinuxsolve my issue grub menu.lst was pointing to wrong partition.05:28
wastrelsysrage:  man apt-cache   use --names-only05:28
sysrageso i have to grep the results?05:28
sysrageahhh thanks wastrel05:28
wastrelor grep is good too05:28
orestyle8I am having trouble installing Ubuntu onto my machine.  Disk powers up, and goes through the splash screen with install options.  In select install , it runs but then goes to a blank screen with underbar at far right corner.  never had this much problem with install before.  Any ideas?05:28
bimberi_sysrage: --names-only05:28
Trex_Boohow many cd is ubuntu OS?05:28
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matthew_orestyle8, ow much RAM does it have?05:29
bimberi_Trex_Boo: 105:29
matthew_Trex_Boo, it is a one install CD system...05:29
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tovellamarcrosoft: from there you should be able to select recovery mode.  from there you can run "fsck".05:29
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Trex_Boodoes ubuntu support RPM?05:29
marcrosofttovella, ok05:29
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marcrosofttovella, this has happened before so i dont know what to say05:30
tovellamarcrosoft: if not, you may have to boot from a cd in order to perform the "fsck".05:30
matthew_Trex_Boo, we have a program to convert RPM's to Deb's, which are debian packages05:30
matthew_Trex_Boo, the name is alien05:30
matthew_Trex_Boo, I believe05:30
ubotuAudio (Ogg, MP3...) players: Banshee, Beep Media Player, Quod Libet, Rhythmbox, XMMS (GTK/Gnome based) and Amarok, JuK (Qt/KDE based).  Video players: Totem, Xine, MPlayer, VLC, Kaffeine  -  See also !codecs05:31
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orestyle8I have even tried the xubuntu install thinking it would install ok, but same thing05:31
matthew_orestyle8, how much RAM does the system have?05:31
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kapput1what's a third level alt key?05:32
pi1lcan anybody tell me how to move /usr to a new partition: copy /usr to /dev/hdb6, write in /etc/fstab a line "/dev/hdb6       /usr                ext3          defaults,errors=remount-ro    0    1", delete then all /usr(!!!) and reboot, that will do?05:32
orestyle8matthew: 51205:32
matthew_hmm, that's very strange...did you md5sum it?05:32
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orestyle8matthew:  its a disk I was using at work for other installs...05:32
matthew_orestyle8, oh, ok...h/o05:33
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orestyle8matthew:  system was running xp for some time, but now that time is over (I think)05:33
matthew_orestyle8, maybe it's a faulty cd drive or possibly a bad IDE cable...05:33
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tovellakapput1: i'm not sure what the "third level alt key" does, but it caused me some problems with Ubuntu Edgy and firefox.05:33
FFForeverhow do i use netzero dialup on linux?05:33
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matthew_I had a bad IDE cable one time...took me 5 hours to figure it out...05:33
orestyle8matthew:  ya the system basically just sits there after going through the install of drivers etc.  Burner is fairly new05:34
tonyyarusso!dialup | FFForever05:34
ubotuFFForever: You want to connect via dial-up? Read https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DialupModemHowto05:34
kapput1tovella: yeah, the left alt + arrow keys stopped working05:34
orestyle8matthew:  was burning DVDs as of yesterday just getting ready for the ubuntu install05:34
FFForeveri got the modem :)05:34
cratel2I'm trying to use mdadm to monitor my raid array. The email notification doesn't work. How do I set this up? I would think I would have to tell something somwhere what smtp server to use...05:34
tonyyarussoFFForever: Then all you need is the access number and you're done.05:34
matthew_orestyle8, lol....well, I really have no idea, then...05:34
matthew_orestyle8, sorry!05:35
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orestyle8matthew:  the ubuntu disk was last version, I have had better luck with new eft distro maybe will try that and see05:35
matthew_orestyle8, maybe...05:35
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orestyle8matthew:  at one point I was able to get to command prompt.  I tried to do startx but nothing05:36
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matthew_orestyle8, maybe a bad mobo, although you _did_ just burn the disc...05:37
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valehruhey guys, I just set up a vmware workstation on my dapper distro, the problem is now that the vmware (xp) can't get onto a network, ie. it has no IP address...not sure if it has detected the network card.05:37
craigbass1976Ok, I'm trying kde in ubuntu, but things are just as slow as in gnome.  What ails my box?  2.6 ghz processor, asus mb, 512 ram...05:38
orestyle8matthew:  i am gonna try xubuntu again and see.  but splash screen and everything comes up fine their too.  This is crazy05:38
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ubotuPlease ask your questions in the channel so that other people can also benefit. Please don't PM a user in the channel without asking first.05:38
tovellakapput1: i logged out and used "ctrl + alt + F1" to login from from the bash shell.  then I ran "dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg".  when it got to the part about keyboard options, i deleted the third... part.05:38
matthew_how do you pm?05:38
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tovellakapput1: sorry that should be "sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg"05:39
matthew_orestyle8, sounds good...05:39
DisHazeHow can I resize (grow) a ext3 partition?05:39
sko0zywhat is the name of this game/program i guess where u gotta guide this bot around the map and it like helps u with learing prgramin basics??05:39
matthew_DisHaze, qparted05:39
sysrageanybody here use sylpheed? havin major problems getting smooth fonts. they're smooth everywhere else, just sylpheed looks like crap05:39
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tovellakapput1: that still doesn't fix the problem with using the "backspace" key, though.05:39
sysragewell, xchat doesn't look that great either. i'm assuming it's all gtk apps05:40
H3g3m0nsko0zy: Might be droidwars05:40
wastrelsysrage:  have you installed msttcorefonts?05:40
sysragejust did05:40
sysrageshould i restart X or anything?05:40
H3g3m0nsko0zy: droidbattles actually05:40
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mglnxxok gnomebaker doesn't handle burning DVD-to-DVD, that's retarded. I will try if K3B05:40
wastrelcouldn't hurt05:40
sysrageguess i'll try05:41
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sko0zyH3g3m0n, where can i get it from..can i just do a apt get05:41
orestyle8anyone have any luck using wine with ODBC working connecting to mssql db in ubuntu?05:41
ubotudroidbattles: A game of programming battle droids. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.0.6-4ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 302 kB, installed size 1220 kB05:41
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H3g3m0nsko0zy: If you have universe enabled then that should be fine05:42
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sko0zyH3g3m0n, how do i enable it05:42
MarcChow do you remove a bunch of desktop backrounds from the desktop backgrounds dialog all at once?05:42
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||bassok, quick question, i installed the WINE package from the installer, i set up some software under wine, is there any way I can make that windows program (under wine) the default handler for a certain file type?05:42
tovellakapput1: for a fix to enable the "backspace" key to work, check out this site: http://www.meta.net.nz/~daniel/blog/?p=1105:42
H3g3m0nsko0zy: Settings>repositories in synaptic05:42
MarcCI can't believe I have to click each one and click remove...?05:42
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||bassit seems so simple05:43
||bassand yet I havent been able to figure it out05:43
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GigaClonis there a way I can get the list of task to show below the Ubuntu logo on bootup like on Breezy?05:43
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draeathanyone know if I can make arts NOT lock my alsa device? My alsa device can handle (and does... i've got a working .conf) multiple streams05:43
TheManiacKYQUestion, do I have to format and reinstall to get 6.10? OR is there some apt-get I can run to upgrade from 6.06.1 to 6.10?05:43
||bassthere's a file type (.usf)05:44
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||basswinamp is the ONLY program that can play it (with a plugin)05:44
mordofis anyone in the channel #photoshop? if so can i get an invite, heh05:44
wastrel!upgrade | draeath05:44
ubotudraeath: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes05:44
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SqueeeGigaClon: Someone correct me if i'm wrong, be i think the text is already scrolling there, its just black.  Try to find a way to change the color05:44
draeathwastrel: er?05:44
mordof||bass: only program that can play what05:44
FFForeversomeone said it is illegal to use netzero on linux is that true?05:44
wastreleh wrong nick :] 05:44
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||bassit's an audio format05:45
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matthew_bye everyone05:45
wastrelTheManiacKY:   https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes05:45
TheManiacKYThanks wastrel05:45
mordof||bass: heh.. i've never even heard of that format05:45
||bassmost people havent05:45
GigaClonFFForever, you would have to check the NetZero ToS05:45
||basstrust me when I say that the only player in existance for USF files is a winamp plugin05:45
sysragems fonts doesn't seem to make a difference05:45
||basshence my problem05:45
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H3g3m0nFFForever: Looks like whatever netzero is actually has a linux version05:46
mordof||bass: winamp runs in wine05:46
||bassi know05:46
||bassi said that05:46
mordofi just came in, sorry, heh05:46
EldaJust making sure, but a good place to start learning is at the wiki right?05:46
||bassit's working in wine05:46
EldaSo many resources ;_;05:46
EldaRelearning again even though I tried it/installed it months ago :s05:46
||bassi just want to make clicking on .usf files launch winamp (under wine) the same way clicking on .tar files opens up the archiver05:47
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||bassunsurprisingly, this is harder than it seems05:47
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poningru||bass: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nintendo_Ultra_64_Sound_Format05:47
tovelladraeath: agreed !upgrade.  do a backup of /boot, /etc, /home, /opt, /usr/local/bin.  Then do a fresh install of 6.10.  I've experienced all sorts of problems doing the upgrade.  Of course it may be 'cause I have all sorts of additional programs installed, some of which are not used in 6.10.  Replaced with different packages.05:48
mordofcould you make a bash script that would run, and recognize it, then plug it into winamp?05:48
MarcC||bass: is that a netcast?05:48
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||bassquick rundown05:48
H3g3m0nFFForever: I doubt its illegal if they offer a linux version, dunno if it is accessible on Linux's other than Linspire though05:48
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dxdtAnyone in here happen to know why \hbar won't produce anything in Abiword in Ubuntu?05:48
tovellagetting ready for a funeral...  gotta go.05:48
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||bass.usf is literally mips assembly of the audio code from n64 games05:49
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||bassthe winamp plugin that plays USF music is a very very very small emulator05:49
morticiok can someone help me out05:49
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morticijust installed ubuntu05:49
draeathtovella, i think you guys are talking to me mistakingly05:49
mordofmortici: with what05:49
morticifresh install, was on gentoo for like 2 years05:49
morticihow do i install xchat-205:49
poningrumordof: whatsup?05:49
morticiand i can't install git05:49
poningrumordof: make sure you have the extra repositories installed05:49
EldaIve just reinstalled ubuntu and I am still lost -_-05:49
poningru!repositories | mortici05:50
ubotumortici: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components - See also !EasySource05:50
Pelomortici,  have you checked in synaptic for a ready mate package ?05:50
Peloready made05:50
Elda!ubotu wiki05:50
ubotuwiki is http://wiki.ubuntu.com - Loads of user-contributed documentation05:50
poningruElda: whats the prob?05:50
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about xchat2 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:50
morticiPelo: your talking a weird language to me05:50
poningruElda: btw my real name is eldo05:50
EldaIm just trying to find where to start with this HUGE mass of info :s05:50
ubotuxchat: IRC client for X similar to AmIRC. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.6.6-0ubuntu3 (edgy), package size 275 kB, installed size 760 kB05:50
||bassi'm going to guess that this is probably impossible05:51
EldaElda taken from the name the character Chii had in chobits :s05:51
EldaWell, Im new to this basically and still lost -_-05:51
morticiok how do i install what ubotu states?05:51
EldaIm thinking I should start with the first article on wiki?05:51
Pelomortici, when you say you can'T install git, what do you mean exactly ?05:51
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morticii type apt-get install git05:51
morticiand it fails05:51
poningrumortici: you have to add the repositories05:51
H3g3m0nWhats the diffrence between 6.06 and 6.06.1 ?05:51
poningrufollow that link I gave you05:51
mordof||bass: nothing is impossible, just some things are REDICULOUSLY hard05:51
Pelomortici,   menu > system > admin > synaptic package manager05:51
kitchemortici: sudo apt-get install git but you need the repos enabled05:51
MarcC||bass: I don't see why it would be impossible - have you asked at the forums?05:52
xpurpleI'm having issues with my monitor.  It looks fine, but to the right of every solid line there is a ghost.  I've got a crt.  Any ideas?05:52
poningruH3g3m0n: couple of installer bug fixes, and all the updates05:52
H3g3m0nah k05:52
morticiPelo, im in Kubuntu05:52
EldaSo is the wiki page a good place to start?05:52
Pelomortici,   #kubuntu05:52
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morticiahh k05:52
MarcC||bass: After all, I'm sure a lot of others have tried associating filetypes with Wine apps, no?05:53
craigbass1976Things are very slow in Ubuntu.  What ails my box?  2.6 ghz processor, asus mb, 512 ram...05:53
EldaThings are running fast for me :S05:53
wastrelElda:  https://help.ubuntu.com/05:53
mister_robotoxpurple, do you have a kvm switch, or a digital out on your video card going to your crt?05:53
craigbass1976Switching between windows05:53
MarcCcraigbass1976: what's slow?05:53
Xenguycraigbass1976: there should be no slow05:53
Pelocraigbass1976,   check the system monitor and see what is eating up your mem or cpu05:53
craigbass1976Dragging windows leaves trails05:53
xpurplemister_roboto: Not at all.  It's direct to the video card.05:53
fnfcraigbass1976: Do you mean 'visually' slow or essensially slow in speed ?05:53
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EldaAnd Im on a 3ghz laptop with 512 ram for the system and 128 to the video card with igp345m hehe05:53
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craigbass1976top says nothing out of the ordinary05:54
Eldaokey, ty wastrel05:54
ma12Hi everyone, How can I tell what charset my Ubuntu installation is using?05:54
EldaDragging is super fast in mine :s05:54
wastrelcraigbass1976:  you're using beryl/xgl?05:54
craigbass1976fnf, I guess visually slow05:54
xpurplemister_roboto: It's also a normal video card.  No DVI conversion.05:54
craigbass19766.06, and I'm new to ubuntu05:54
craigbass1976so I dont knwo what beryl is05:54
fnfcraigbass1976: Did you install the necessary 3D driver, under Linux: there're around four supported graphic branch05:55
mister_robotoxpurple: i've seen that effect in the 2 situations i described but other than that, no idea what would cause it.  sorry :)05:55
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xpurplemister_roboto: Thanks, I'll keep looking.05:55
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EldaSo let me make sure /home is like the folder where all the user "profiles" are stored correct? :s05:55
kapput1this is a slightly dumb question. But when we install apps by hand (compiling from source etc) what's the standard place for extracting the files?05:55
EldaJust reading05:56
quik_hey folks05:56
ma12How do I know what the encoding of my system is?05:56
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craigbass1976fnf, I have no idea what I'd need, I didn't install any extra drivers.  Edgy ran fine on this box two days ago; would that have installed this driver for me, where dapper wouldn't have?05:56
Xenguykapput1: there are many alternatives to compiling by hand...05:56
wastrelElda:  /home is where the user home folders are kept.05:56
Xenguykapput1: but if you must, perhaps /usr/local/src05:56
quik_I'm looking into ubuntu and gentoo, what are some of the clear advantages in ubuntu?05:56
wastrelElda:  like /home/elda  for you if your user name is elda05:56
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kapput1Xenguy: thanks05:56
fnfcraigbass1976: By default Ubuntu configures X server to use vesa driver, try 'cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf | grep Driver' to see what is your current driver.05:56
mister_robotokapput1: it's not a dumb question :)  i like /usr/local since it isn't touched by os upgrades05:56
Eldaright so thats where all the user profiles type things are05:57
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EldaSorry about my comparisons to window, but its the only thing I know ;s05:57
azionHey all, can anyone tell me how I can edit my "/etc/fstab"05:57
Eldaokey well that makes sense hehe05:57
GigaClonquik_, ubuntu is easy to set up and use and, gentoo is for power users,05:57
Xenguykapput1: yw - checkinstall is worth a look too05:57
craigbass1976fnf, yeah, vesa05:57
wastreli don't know how user profiles are managed in windows.  the home directory is the default location for all of the user's files05:57
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GigaClonif this is your first Linux use ubuntu05:57
fnfcraigbass1976: What is your graphic card ?05:57
||bassi got it05:58
Eldaah, like desktops/files etc?05:58
quik_GigaClon: debian is my first linux05:58
EldaFor each person05:58
||bassyou set the file handler to be a little shell script05:58
craigbass1976fnf, Ummmm lemme get the box.  It's whatever came on the asus mb05:58
wastrelazion:  why do you want to edit your /etc/fstab05:58
Eldableh ILl stop bothering you and look for myself xD05:58
Eldasorry for the trouble :s05:58
||bassand just put "wine "C:\program files\winamp\winamp.exe" winepath -w "$1""05:58
||bassas the script05:58
Xenguykapput1: produces deb packages from source - easier to uninstall (and reinstall on other machines)05:58
sko0zywhats a good evirment to start learning python in..?05:58
azionwastrel: To setup file shares05:58
wastrelElda:  all files, the user's desktop, all configuration files and browser cache, etc.  goes in the home directory05:58
Eldaah okey, then it is like that05:58
Eldaty :)05:58
fnfcraigbass1976: Go on, if it's either nvidia, ATI, Matrox or Intel integrated then there's a chance to improve.05:59
GigaClonquik_, ubuntu is derived from debian, so it would be a logical choice05:59
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quik_GigaClon: Its for a production level web server, x8605:59
fnfcraigbass1976: You may try 'lspci' as an alternative, it's not necessary to open the box.05:59
wastrelazion:  /etc/fstab  is a text file owned by root,  you need to use sudo to edit it in a text editor.05:59
corevettehow do you change the default media player for lets say...dvds05:59
ma12I am following the "how to install photoshop guide" and it says I must figure out what the encoding of my system is... how can I figure that out?05:59
wastrelazion:  make a backup of the working copy before you edit it.05:59
quik_the reason gentoo is on the table is use flags / portage05:59
azionwastrel: So do I do "sudo edit /etc/fstab"06:00
craigbass1976fnf, no, I meant the box the mb came in.  I just loked through the manual, but it said nothing.  lspci it is...06:00
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carl_1hey all06:00
craigbass1976fnf VGA compatible controller: Silicon Integrated Systems [SiS]  661/741/760/761 PCI/AGP VGA Display Adapter06:01
corevettehow do you change the default media player for dvds???06:01
carl_1can somone help me getting my radeon card (old RAGE mobile in a laptop06:01
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wastrelazion:  gksudo gedit /etc/fstab06:01
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carl_1Its really scrweed up, the right side of my screen is duplicated and theres artifacts in various places (long thick lines)06:01
fnfcraigbass1976: I have no idea about this one, let me search for a minute to see if it's 3D supported.06:01
Pelocorevette,   system > prefs,   removable disk and multimedia , or something similar06:01
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azionwestrel: Thank you06:02
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wastrelplease tell me you made a backup first06:02
lifepositivehi everyone!  Is it possible to play the videos at TMZ.com using ubuntu?06:02
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Pelolifepositive, what are thety flash ?06:03
craigbass1976fnf, looking up the motherboard model on the net turned up video interface might = AGP 8x.... whatever that means06:03
craigbass1976I'm not a hardware guy06:03
lifepositivePelo: no idea! but they wont play for me06:03
lifepositivePelo: you can play them?06:03
Pelolifepositive, probably flash06:03
ma12Is the encoding of my ubuntu 6.10 ascii?06:03
Pelo!flash9 | lifepositive06:04
ubotulifepositive: You can download a Flash 9 installer here: http://seveas.imbrandon.com/dists/dapper-seveas/backports/ (replace dapper-seveas with edgy-seveas for Edgy).  If you use GDebi to install it, make sure you open its terminal window (to answer an installer question).06:04
ma12I need to change the encoding of a windows registry file to a file I can import into wine06:04
fnfcraigbass1976: Almost new models are 3D cards, the thing is, currently the 3D driver for rare cards is a bit lack.06:04
lifepositivePelo: they arent flash06:04
lifepositivePelo: I can play flash files06:04
fnfcraigbass1976: It seems your card is supported: http://www.winischhofer.eu/sisforum/viewforum.php?f=306:04
sko0zywhat is a good eviorment to learn python in ??06:04
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about RedLance - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:05
Eldaerrf Im confused06:05
Pelolifepositive,   check the FF addon for active X06:05
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wastrelsko0zy:  why not just the python interpreter?06:05
Eldahow exactly can files be "lost" so that I would find them in the lost and found? lol06:05
fnfcraigbass1976: The result came from: "Linux" "X" "SiS" "3D". Try digging 'em further, that's quite easy to install the driver I supposed.06:05
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lifepositivePelo: FF addon for active X?06:06
ma12What is the charset on ubuntu 6.10?06:06
sko0zywastrel, well i realy new to coding in general06:06
lifepositivePelo: there is an activex addon for Firefox?06:06
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wastrelElda:  lost+found is where files that are recovered after a system crash are placed06:06
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ArrenLexlifepositive: for Windows, yes. Linux, no.06:06
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wastrelElda:  they are usually corrput so they're placed there instead of back there they were originally06:06
fnfcraigbass1976: I gotta go now, sorry. good luck with installing the driver :) .06:06
duboisi need help06:07
Pelolifepositive,  that site is telling me I need  mozilla active X plugin06:07
ArrenLexwastrel: technically, lost+found are where files which were orphaned by the filesystem are placed.06:07
azionwastrel: Can I view the shares before editing /etc/fstab06:07
craigbass1976fnf see ya06:07
craigbass1976fnf thanks06:07
lifepositiveArrenLex: so how can I play videos at TMZ.com using Ubuntu?06:07
lifepositivePelo: so whats the solution?06:07
ArrenLexlifepositive: what format?06:07
EldaThis is nifty06:07
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fnfcraigbass1976 :) Welcome, that's how we return the community.06:07
Pelolifepositive,  no idea06:07
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lifepositiveArrenLex: no idea! says it needs activex06:07
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wastrelazion:  are these windows shares?  i don't really use windows at all , so don't know a lot about it, but you should be able to access them with samba (somehow... :)06:08
jeff2when I plugin my usb keyboard and mouse (which are both supported on linux), it shows up as being detected in the dmesg but 'cat /dev/input/*' does not show anything when I move the mouse or type on the keyboard. /sometimes/, however, the devices work when I restart. they worked all the time in dapper but only sporadically in edgy. how can I diagnose this problem?06:08
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Guest087Hello, This is my first time using UBUNTU... I am using it because noone else has an AMD64 distro that will boot my machine... however it panics on reboot06:08
furiohow difficult is it to shrink ext3fs partitions? I'm seeing mixed results on google, but it sounds like the people who've resized ext3 partitions are just expanding, not shrinking06:08
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azionwastrel: Yup, I'm looking at the guide on the Wiki06:08
duboisok hello im new  with linux i have a problem when i start my camputer it only starts ubuntu but i want to start windows06:08
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ArrenLexGuest087: any particular reason you NEED a 64-bit distro? It's just a hassle to run with no tangible benefits.06:09
duboishow can i start windows06:09
Pelodubois,  install grub06:09
ma12does anyone know how I can findout what charset I am using?06:09
duboiswhats that XD and where can i find it06:09
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Pelog'night folks06:09
st3v3dndDoes anyone know why after upgrading to edgy, spamassassin is really hitting the CPU hard when new mail comes in? In dapper it was barely noticable. With edgy, even for one or two emails it dogs06:10
Pelodubois,   system > admin > synaptic,  search for grub and install06:10
Zairekinda sounds like he already installed linux and possibly didn't repartition his drive or something06:10
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jeff2st3v3dnd, did you upgrade or fresh install?06:10
ma12that would be bad06:10
wachacaArrenlex, no real reason... since this server is going to be overchaged with  Apache, Mono, pgsql, mysql, DNS, mail (30,000 a day) I thought it would be a good chance to try it out06:10
st3v3dndjeff2: upgrade06:11
Zaireanyone in here know how postfix is configured...the help as usual is a tad vague06:11
azionwastrel: Can there be spaces in the share name?06:12
EldaPartitioning was scary, I almost replaced my windows partition >.<06:12
ArrenLexElda: yay!06:12
jeff2st3v3dnd, upgrading may have caused the problems, I upgraded myself and  am experiencing other bugs. unfortunately I have no advice for you except to possibly try a fresh install06:12
EldaNot yeay, all my research :p06:12
Zairethats why its easier to backup format partition then re-install lol06:12
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Flightercan anyone send me the kdm .xml file?06:12
bobbie__4ellda, it's okay to replace your windows partition with Linux06:12
EldaYeay though because I managed to intall witout breaking anything lol06:12
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wastrelazion:  i don't know :]  never done shared drives with windows06:12
ArrenLexFlighter: I can send you mine if you give me the location.06:13
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EldaMaybe once I know more about linux I will06:13
Eldabut not for now >.<06:13
FlighterArrenLex: through dcc06:13
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jeff2how can I install a USB keyboard in Ubuntu?06:13
ArrenLexFlighter: the location of the file on my hard drive. =P06:13
Eldaplug it in? >.>06:13
azionwastrel: Ok thanks for the help06:13
Eldaat least it worked with my mouse xD06:13
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jeff2Elda, it used to work until I upgraded to edgy. I'm going to try it in Windows06:13
FlighterArrenLex: i dont know, is the file that is used to set the login06:14
deadlygorila_hey everyone I have a question06:14
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deadlygorila_is it possible to use windows drivers with ubuntu?06:14
Flighterthe .xml file of the kdm theme06:14
ArrenLexFlighter: Oh.06:14
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ma12does anyone know how I can findout what charset I am using?06:14
ArrenLexFlighter: the ubuntu theme specifically? I don't have that one; don't run ubuntu.06:15
Flighterma12: type locale06:15
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wastrelit is not generally possible to use windows drivers with ubuntu.  some wifi drivers are the exceptions.06:15
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FlighterArrenLex: what  you run06:15
ArrenLexFlighter: debian.06:15
noodles12with ndiswrapper for some wifi drivers06:15
deadlygorila_wastrel - ty I was thinking wifi specifically06:15
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Flighterso send me06:15
thepensuhow difficult is it to shrink ext3 partitions? I'm seeing mixed results on google, but so far it sounds lke i'ts only possible to expand ext3, not shrink, using parted06:15
ArrenLexFlighter: why don't you just reinstall the package if your theme has become corrupt?06:16
FlighterArrenLex: can you send me or not?06:16
budluvaanyone know why i get an md5 error when trying to install tc:e?06:16
ArrenLexFlighter: I don't have the ubuntu theme, so no.06:16
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budluvai dont really want to download it again06:16
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FlighterArrenLex: who the hel said some about ubuntu?!?06:17
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elriahHi all.  I figured out to run a program with cron every 15th minute of the hour but what if I want to run it every 5 minutes?  Do I have to enter it for every 5,10,15,etc in my crontab?06:17
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ArrenLexFlighter: what theme do you want, then?06:17
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FlighterArrenLex: you could at least be not answered if was to all this crap06:17
KylerTNDoes anyone know how to speed up DNS resolution in Ubuntu. I'm using Firefox.06:17
thepensuelriah: use 5/*06:17
thepensuthat'll run every 5 mins06:17
ArrenLexFlighter: do you absolutely HAVE to be a jerk?06:18
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rakenoanyone know why my computer reboot endlessly when i installed Dapper and Edgy but breezy?06:18
elriahIn my "minutes" column?  Just put "5/*" without the quotes?06:18
FlighterArrenLex: your a one06:18
thepensuyah... do a man -a crontab if that doesn't work, I might have the syntax wrong06:18
MadpilotFlighter, be polite, or leave.06:18
thepensubut if I do, it'll complain when you edit the crontab anyway06:18
elriahCool, thanks!!!06:19
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Flighterbetter leave, this way i dont have to get this crappy guys06:19
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st3v3dndAnother worked in dapper, not in edgy issue. Before I upgraded, I had wmv files that would play fine. After the upgrade totem won't play the wmv files saying "Video codec 'MS WMV 8 (win32)' is not handled" It was handled fine under dapper. Do I need to change where codecs are found or some such?06:20
dsnydersHI all!  Is anyone familiar with e2retrieve?06:20
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KylerTNI've been wondering that one too st3v3dnd.06:22
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ubotuHi! Welcome to #ubuntu!06:23
alonsoalguien que hable spaol06:23
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ubuntu-es - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:23
ubotuPara Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, all obtendrn mas ayuda.06:23
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rc-1how do you input non-standard characters, (like you do control-alt-whatever-whatever in windows)06:23
st3v3dndis there any way to gracefully downgrade?06:23
rc-1such as greek symbols, or whatever06:23
st3v3dndedgy -> dapper?06:23
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phenCan anuyone help me install my tv-tuner06:23
elriahhrm... ubuntu doesn't seem to do anything with */5 in crontab...06:23
alonsohola alguien que me pueda ayudar06:23
ArrenLexst3v3dnd: Gracefully, no, but it's possible with apt-pinning.06:23
pedroALONSO, que pasa?06:23
rc-1st3v3dnd, why do you want to?06:23
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wastrel!es alonso06:23
ubotues: An extensible shell based on `rc'. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.90beta1-10.1 (edgy), package size 99 kB, installed size 248 kB06:24
tonyyarussost3v3dnd: It's "possible", but honestly, reinstalling is simpler.06:24
alonsopedro gracias... a dis06:24
GigaClonanyone know I how I can customize the startup screen?06:24
wastrel!es | alonso06:24
ubotualonso: Para Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, all obtendrn mas ayuda.06:24
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st3v3dndrc-1: lots of things are just flat messed up since my upgrade. spam scanning, loss of video playback, general sluggishness06:24
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pedroAlonso, cuentame06:25
ma12Has anyone here successfully used wine to install photoshopt to their ubuntu box?06:25
jack|asshow do i get the edgy boot CD to use the text-mode installer?06:25
phenAnyone know how I can install this06:25
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rc-1st3v3dnd, ive heard alot of people who dist-upgraded had problems, maybe just go for a clean edgy install?06:25
alonsolo que pasa que no puedo utilisar gaim06:25
phenivtv Linux kernel module (0.6 branch)06:25
phenThe primary goal of the IvyTV Project is to create a kernel driver for the iTVC15 familiy of MPEG codecs. The iTVC15 family includes the iTVC15 (CX24315) and iTVC16 (CX24316). These chips are commonly found on Hauppauge's WinTV PVR-250 and PVR-350 TV capture cards.06:25
phenThis package contains the ivtv loadable kernel modules for the kernel-image-2.6.17-10-generic package.06:25
phenIf you compiled a custom kernel, you will most likely need to compile a custom version of this module as well. The ivtv-source package has been provided for this purpose.06:25
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alonsoy no puedo abrir mi correo...06:25
ArrenLexalonso, pedro: -> #ubuntu-es , por favor06:25
phen02:0a.0 Multimedia video controller: Internext Compression Inc iTVC16 (CX23416) MPEG-2 Encoder (rev 01)06:25
phen        Subsystem: Sony Corporation Unknown device 813d06:25
phen        Flags: bus master, medium devsel, latency 64, IRQ 17706:25
phen        Memory at f0000000 (32-bit, prefetchable) [size=64M] 06:25
phen        Capabilities: <access denied>06:25
ArrenLex!pastebin | phen06:26
ubotuphen: 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 (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)06:26
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rakenoanyone know why my computer reboot endlessly when i installed Dapper and Edgy but breezy?06:26
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TGPOrakeno can you rephrase that06:27
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dsnydersHI all!  I am trying to recover from a hard drive crash.  Is anyone familiar with e2retrieve?06:27
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st3v3dndanyone know a way to do a fresh install and get back all previously installed packages with a single sommand or such?06:28
XiXaQHow can I make a starter for a webpage, so that the standard browser opens it?06:28
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ma12Flighter: Hi, thanks for the charset tip... do you know how I can find out what charset my windows box uses?06:28
sushmuhi, double click in netbeans open file dialog does not work as expected, its trying to rename.. any ideas?06:28
dopei have a 64 bit laptop but i put the 32 bit linux on it.  should i get the 64 bit nvidia driver or the 32 bit one?06:29
ArrenLexdope: 3206:29
dopek thx06:29
dopetha's what i thought06:29
pedroArrenLex: since this server is going to be overchaged with  Apache, Mono, pgsql, mysql, DNS, mail (30,000 a day) I thought it would be a good chance to try it AMD64, but it panics when I send it the REBOOT command, shortly after the final "rebooting the system" message...06:29
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ArrenLexpedro: don't look at me, I don't run a 64-bit system, sorry.06:30
JNeverMindim using ubuntu server how can i see what my ram is running at pc66 or pc10006:30
TGPOpedro 64 bit isnt ready for that kind of deployment06:30
JNeverMindi have 4 sticks i hope one of them isnt only @pc6606:30
cafuego_JNeverMind: not06:30
cafuego_JNeverMind: what cpu you got?06:30
cafuego_100Mhz then06:31
sushmunetbeans open file dialog bug on gnome.. any ideas?06:31
cafuego_maybe 133 if it's newish06:31
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superchode|fuok, i've booted a live cd... can someone walk me through blowing away my broken ubuntu install so i can do a full install cleanly?06:32
superchode|fui can only see hdc... sda sdb, etc. are visible, but i don't have access06:32
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superchode|fumy windows partition is on hda - which is sda... ubuntu is sdb, which i guess would translate to hdb (it's the second disk)06:33
superchode|fui need to verify which drive is which, the cfdisk the one with my bad ubuntu install on it06:33
holycowsudo fdisk -l06:33
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cafuego_superchode|fu: So you have 2 harddisks?06:34
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superchode|futwo sata disks, yeah. i think everything else is unplugged06:34
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weebitwhats the place to post lots of text at?06:35
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 (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)06:35
pwnerhello..trying to run win xp on vmware player but im not sure how to get it to recognize my windows disk06:35
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cafuego_superchode|fu: Linux will be /dev/sdb, as Windows cna only run off sda.  Double check with 'sudo fdisk -l /dev/sdb'06:35
craigbass1976If I wanted to do the regular su - to run commands, would I somehow disable sudoing for my regular account and give root a password?06:35
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cafuego_craigbass1976: 'alias su' = sudo -s'06:36
TGPOcraigbass1976 no need to disable sudo06:36
cafuego_craigbass1976: disabling sudo is pointless, but you could set a root password. 'sudo passwd'06:36
TGPOcraigbass1976 sudu su06:36
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cafuego_TGPO: sudo su?06:36
holycowpwner, vmware player can ONLY play vmware images.  you need vmware server or vmware workstation to install win on vmware and create the vmware appliance/image06:36
craigbass1976I don't like being able to do things in the gui as me; asking for the root password is a reminder that I could screw the whole box up06:36
weebitthank you TGPO06:37
craigbass1976Or does it only ask for my password in those instances anyway?06:37
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superchode|fuk, what does fdisk -l do? i'm a bit paranoid about damaging my windows partition06:37
cafuego_craigbass1976: You can edit the sudoers file to ALWAYS ask for a password quite easily06:37
TGPOcafuego_ how to use sudo to log into root so you dont have to keep typing sudo all the flippin time06:37
dsnyderssuperchode|fu, it lists the partitions06:37
holycowman fdisk06:37
cafuego_superchode|fu: it prints the aprtition info, does not modify anything06:37
cafuego_TGPO: sudo -s06:38
weebitpage wont load keeps timing out on me06:38
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weebitis this a busy time for it?06:38
TGPOcafuego_ a matter of taste06:38
superchode|fuk, sda is definately my window partition... sdb is ubuntu06:38
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cafuego_TGPO: spawns less shells, thus faster06:38
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superchode|fuhow do i wipe out sdb so i can install clean?06:38
ma12Flighter: Hi, thanks for the charset tip... do you know how I can find out what charset my windows box uses?06:39
cafuego_craigbass1976: you cna even make sudo ask for the root password as opposed to the suer's password :-)06:39
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adelehow do I run gnome font control panel from KDE?06:40
superchode|fushould 'sudo cfdisk /dev/hdb' take care of it?06:40
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dopehow do i shutdown X server?06:41
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cafuego_craigbass1976: If you add 'timestamp_timeout=0' in the default options, sudo will ALWAYS prompt for the password and not remember you for 15 minutes06:41
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dsnyderssuperchode|fu, sudo fdisk /dev/sdb, delete all the partitions and reboot with the installation CD in the drive.06:41
towsonu2003question: when I'm downloading a big file, my net speed decreases with time. do you know what might be causing this? just need a few guesses for researching :)06:42
TGPOdope sudo telinit 306:42
superchode|fusays its unable to open hdb06:42
dsnyderssuperchode|fu, I'm not familiar with cfdisk, though06:42
ReconUnit415does anyone know how to accewss program files in C: I know it is there but I cannot find it. I can only access Z:06:42
fishiedope : from terminal kill the process06:42
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fishie 5936 ?        Ss     0:00 x-session-manager06:42
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fishieso kill then the number06:42
chiefinnovatorHow do I use ping?  Running command: ping -c 1 http://www.google.com06:43
chiefinnovatorSays unknown host ....06:43
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dopekill the xmanager?06:43
Madpilotchiefinnovator, just use "ping google.com" then Ctrl+C to interupt06:43
ReconUnit415does anyone know how to access program files in C:??06:44
arquebuswhat is a good easy to use ftp client for ubuntu?06:44
chiefinnovatorMadpilot, So my -c option is messing it up?06:44
ReconUnit415I havea program installed there06:44
Xenguychiefinnovator: how about just 'ping yahoo.com06:44
fishiegftp is decent if you need a gui06:44
ReconUnit415and I need to direct it to Z:06:44
Madpilotchiefinnovator, actually, no. the http:// part is06:44
arquebusthanks fishie06:44
chiefinnovatorah you're right! that was dumb06:44
zniavredope >ctrl alt backspace06:44
Madpilotchiefinnovator, "ping -c 5 google.com"06:44
Xenguyarquebus: lftp if you like the command-line...06:44
chiefinnovatoryeah, that works06:44
jugheadwhy is my firefox sooo sloooww06:44
Xenguyarquebus: otherwise gftp06:45
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arquebusXenguy, thanks, I'll go with the gui06:45
dopethat restarts it06:45
dsnydersHI all!  I am trying to recover from a hard drive crash.  Is anyone familiar with e2retrieve?06:45
dopei wanna kill it so i can install this nvidia driver06:45
Madpilotchiefinnovator, I'm lazy, I stopped using -c X to save some typing ;)06:45
TGPOdope sudo telinit 306:45
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dopeok i'll give that a run when this restarts06:45
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dopeworked, thx06:46
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zniavreyou are welcome06:47
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dopeit's asking me to install the x.org sdk/development package06:47
fildosecret ping.06:47
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zniavreit depend of your setting i do not knows06:47
superchode|fuk, that worked well. thanks guys.06:47
superchode|fuinstall time06:48
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dopewhat's the command to restart x06:48
dopenm i got it06:48
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craigbass1976dope, I would init 3 then init 5, but maybe there's another way06:48
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Xenguy/etc/init.d/gdm start06:48
craigbass1976startx I guess, for example06:48
dsnydersHI all!  Can anyone recommend some data recovery tools?  My hard drive crashed.06:49
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crysheh - um, backups(?)06:50
Xenguydsnyders: maybe this: tct06:50
bcloughCan some one tell me where I can get a grip load of repositories so that I can just "sudo apt-get" most packages06:50
budluvahow do i uninstall ati.com's drivers?06:50
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bcloughI am used to using "yum" from fedora core06:50
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Xenguydsnyders: not sure actually, just an idea06:51
craigbass1976bclough, unrelated, but how is the transition going?  I'm in the middle of one myself06:51
dsnydersXenguy, thanks.  I'll look into it.06:51
crysbudluva: do you want to revert back to the ati driver or a previous fglrx?06:51
craigbass1976bclough, from Fedora I mean06:51
Xenguybclough: use aptitude or apt-get or synatpic -- yum is crap06:51
Xenguyby comparison06:51
bcloughcraigbass1976: hey, i actually really like Ubuntu thus far...less fighting with things to work especially plugins!06:51
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bcloughXenguy: yes, i have been using apt-get, but do you know where to get more repositories?06:52
Xenguybclough: you just need to configure a suitable mirrir06:52
budluvacrys, what options do i have?06:52
craigbass1976bclough, I'm finding sudoing kind of weird, and type commands that don't work in Ubuntu, but I think I like it too.06:52
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budluvacrys, ati.com's and ubuntu's synaptic driver?06:53
bcloughcraigbass1976: yeah, the sudo thing is kinda strange...but i think good security wise06:53
Xenguybclough: google ubuntu mirror06:53
bcloughXenguy: thanks for the suggestion :)06:53
bcloughXenguy: what file are these repositories stored in...do you know?06:53
Xenguybclough: /etc/apt/sources.list06:54
craigbass1976bclough, sounds like six of one, half dozen of the other to me after listening to folks in both camps; I'll just get used to it06:54
bcloughXenguy: great thanks!06:54
Xenguybclough: yw06:54
craigbass1976Why can't a user open a terminal and fire up a gui app, like thunderbird?  Can't start X or some such message.06:54
bcloughhas anyone heard of that crazy 3-D looking graphics deal for Ubuntu?06:55
XiXaQIs there any incremental backup solution, so that I can return the system to a previous state? Like Windows' System Restore or something?06:55
bcloughjust like eye candy of a desktop...I can't remember what it is called...06:55
bcloughXiXaQ what happened exactly?06:55
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budluvaanyone know which driver i should use for my x600? i want to play games on it, and cant decide whether to use ati.com's or ubuntus xorg-driver-fglrx06:56
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budluvaany suggestions?06:56
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arctubclough: its XGL, compiz/beryl06:56
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bclougharctu: have you got it to work?06:56
crysbudluva: do you want 3D acceleration?  If so then you need to use the "fglrx" driver *instead* of "ati" driver06:57
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budluvacrys ok thanks06:57
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budluvacrys so for games use ubuntus and not ati.com's?06:57
bclougharctu can you point me in the right direction to get it working...its been my dream!!!  I have seen demos of it!06:57
XiXaQbclough, I don't understand.. What happened?06:58
dsnydersXenguy, tct==The coroner's toolkit?06:58
arctulet me see.. hmm. u got what gfx card?06:58
Xenguydsnyders: yep06:58
dsnyderscool thx06:58
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crysbudluva: you have them backwards in your last statment - use ati's for 3d, ubuntu for stability (i.e.  hibernation, etc)06:58
XiXaQarctu, Ubuntu doesn't use XGL, I think. It uses AIGLX instead.06:58
Xenguydsnyders: intended for a slightly different audience perhaps?06:58
arctuXiXaQ, yep..06:59
arctuif im not mistaken too06:59
bcloughXiXaQ: you were asking about a restore solution...i don't know of any for Ubuntu for I am new...but was thinking maybe it is something that can be fixed06:59
arctuit uses XGL last time though06:59
budluvacrys, well ati.com's is fubard for me06:59
dsnydersXenguy, e2retreive sounded ideal, however it just gave me three files that didn't mean anything to me.06:59
budluvacrys, i get crap fps in games06:59
budluvacrys, so i was gonna try ubuntu's xorg-driver-fglrx06:59
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arctubclough, there should be a tutorial on the forum.. i get it to work by following that..07:00
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bclougharctu, do you have a link?07:00
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matthew_yay, I'm back!07:00
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arctu hold on..  hmm.. what gfx card u using?07:00
crysbudluva: do you have a terminal open?  if so what does the command say:  fglrxinfo | grep vendor07:01
bcloughits a radeon mobile....07:01
bcloughdonno if it will even have the power to do these kind of things...07:01
budluvacrys, fglrxinfo is showing mesa07:01
arctuit should..07:01
budluvahrmm i musta screwed something up07:01
budluvait was showing ati earlier07:01
bcloughanyhow its ATI07:02
crysbudluva: you aren't using ati's fglrx driver then...something happened07:02
XiXaQbclough, I think rsync is used for it, but I'm not sure if it keeps old backups.07:02
bcloughXiXaQ: ahhh07:02
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arctubclough, hold on.. ill pm u in a while.. cant type much.. a baby is sitting on my lap.. lol07:02
Xenguydsnyders: I don't know any more than that - sorry07:02
bclougharctu: no problem!  Sounds good :)07:03
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crysbudluva: cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf | grep fgrlx   ...Does this display an entry or come back blank?07:04
brad123i need help getting amarok to build a collection. im having a problem. it doesnt find the music but i told it where to look. and how can i run the first run wizard again? i installed it first without installing mysql-server5.0 first.07:04
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Rav|stranglerhow do I uninstall proftpd ?07:04
FlannelRav|strangler: sudo apt-get remove --purge proftpd07:05
Rav|stranglerthanks you07:05
Flannelbrad123: you might try asking in #kubuntu, they might be more familiar with amaroK07:05
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Pie-rateMy laptop wifi isn't working. Please do not respond with "!wifi." I have drivers and networkmanager, but when I try to connect to "PMTech AP1", it spends awhile saying its trying to join pmtech ap1 and then says no connection. it has low signal (the AP is about 1/4th a mile away with a directional antenna) but definitely works in windows. I have not yet tried a closer AP but i need this one to work.07:05
budluvacrys, it display's Driver     "fglrx"07:05
matthew_Rav|strangler, try sudo apt-get remove proftpd07:06
matthew_whoops, too late07:06
bcloughCan someone tell me how to probe hardware...such as video card etc.07:06
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bcloughJust to get information about it...any hardware that is...07:07
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devilsadvocatebclough, go to a console and type lspci07:07
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bcloughdevilsadvocate: great thanks!07:07
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brad123is anyone able to play this video in firefox? http://www.musicvideofun.com/v-12170-seize-the-day.html07:08
Rav|stranglerPie-rate, are you registered?07:08
arctubclough, ive sent u a pm right?07:08
crysbudluva: so long as you are using Mesa GL instead of ATI you will get crap framerates, period.07:08
Pie-rateits an unsecured AP07:08
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budluvacrys, thats with ati.com's driver07:09
budluvacrys, so should i try to reinstall ati.com's driver or apt-get xorg-driver-fglrx?07:09
bclougharctu: didn't get yours but i sent you one :)07:09
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Rav|stranglerPie-rate, nvm, what kind of care do you have07:09
jdrakeHas anyone ever successfully mastered a windows xp cd from within linux? I have done everything I normally would do, yet it complains about not finding ntldr on my custom cd. The only other reference I can find to this confirms this problem. I have ran out of ideas to fix it.07:09
Pie-raterav|strangler: atheros 5005g in a laptop07:10
crysbudluva: which ati driver from ati.com do you have downloaded right now?07:10
brad123is anyone able to play this video in firefox? im using mplayer-mozilla and i cant. i hear audio, but see no video.i have the same problem with others. http://www.musicvideofun.com/v-12170-seize-the-day.html07:10
budluvacrys, yes07:10
Rav|stranglerPie-rate, what does iwconfig give you07:10
crysbudluva: I didn't ask a yes or no question - I asked for a version of the driver you have downloaded07:11
budluvaoh hehe07:11
bcloughbrad123, might i suggest vlc, it has every plugin you could ever want07:12
Pie-ratesec i'm going to connect it, not sure if NM will disable eth0 when i do07:12
georgybrad123 : same thing, sound but no image07:12
arctufor linux, ill recommend nvidia.. ;)07:12
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brad123bclough: where do i get the vlc plugin for firefox?07:12
crysbudluva: ok - that one will work, the question is what process did you use to install it07:12
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andy__does ubuntu have lists of current packages available on the web somewhere?07:13
bcloughbrad123: oops, sorry not sure if it is even compatible with firefox...it is a standalone player07:13
andy__i thinking about ubuntu server but would like to know what version of subversion they support07:13
budluvacrys, i think from the binarydriver howto on the wiki07:13
Rav|stranglerstop crying07:14
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Rav|stranglerjay kay07:14
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brad123bclough: fyi mozilla-plugin-vlc - multimedia plugin for Mozilla based on VLC07:14
brad123its in the repos07:14
bcloughbrad123: oh awesome, anyhow vlc is the bomb!07:15
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crysbudluva: do you recall if you used the commands dpkg -i xxx.deb at any point?07:15
Pie-ratewow pastebin is down?07:15
andy__nevermind -- i should have guessed it would be like debian07:15
holycowvlc is a very high quality product indeed07:15
budluvacrys hrmm dont think so07:15
VigoFusionandy_: http://packages.ubuntu.com/edgy/doc/07:15
timthelionhow do I make it so that my computer is shown in the my computers tab of my network places? I can ping my computer from windows. but I can't see it07:16
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crysbudluva: just a second then - I'm going to find a link and have you follow it07:16
VigoFusionandy_that is the list of current Edgy, there are others.07:16
Rav|stranglertimthelion, PLaces > Conect To Server07:16
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Rav|stranglertimthelion, wait nevermind I think I'm wrong07:17
timthelionRav|strangler: how does that let the windows computer see the ubuntu box,07:17
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Rav|strangleroh you want to do this across the network.07:17
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timthelionRav|strangler: ok, all I want to do is make it so that they can print to my shared printer07:18
Rav|stranglermake the domain the same07:18
timthelionRav|strangler: did that07:18
Pie-raterav|strangler: i dont actually know what wifi0 is, but ath0 is the atheros device07:18
andy__VigoFusion: thanks much07:18
VigoFusionMy pleasure07:18
LinuxHelpHi, when I boot from my Ubuntu 6.10 Server x86_64 install cd I can use the initial menu where it says "Install Ubuntu" "Check cd for defects" etc. But a problem arises in that as soon as I press enter install, the setup loads but my keyboard no longer works at all. I assume this is because the default (text-mode) install doesnt load a usb keyboard driver? How can I load one perhaps using kernel parameters?07:18
bcloughbrad123: what do you use to manage package installations...do you handle it through the gui?07:18
Rav|stranglertimthelion, one sec07:19
Rav|stranglerPie-rate,  i'm checking now07:19
crysbudluva: follow this link:  http://tinyurl.com/yc6mal and follow every step of it in sequence.  If you have a problem during this, get with me07:19
andy__VigoFusion: although i don't see ubuntu-server -- is dapper going to have the same packages for server and workstation?07:19
timthelionRav|strangler: would restarting since I told it to "advertise" help?07:19
budluvacrys, cool thanks bro07:19
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Rav|stranglercan you see the windows box from ubuntu?07:19
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morticihow do i change my screen resolution?07:20
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brad123bclough: aptitude, after i read something comparing aptitude and apt-get, but you can get it through synaptic too. it might be in the universe/mulitverse repos or backports07:20
Pie-rateTimthelion: the solution is obvious, and it involves an ubuntu install disc and your windows box.07:20
hajikihey guys when i click on the update tray icon instead of opening the update manager it opens the synaptic package manager.... OMG can you help me plz??07:21
VigoFusionandy_: Dapper can be upgraded to server status easily, Dapper and Edgy can be Desktop or Servers, Choice is in the install.07:21
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Rav|stranglerPie-rate, does nm show full strength07:21
bcloughbrad123: cool, i found it under synaptic07:21
goldieWho will accept my laptop install challenge?07:21
Pie-ratenm shows about 1/5th strength07:21
timthelionPie-rate: it is my moms laptop, she refuses07:21
CharlieSui just installed apache2 with userdir module and made a public_html folder on my user's machine..  but what is the site called?  localhost/charlie?  where do you but in the site?07:21
andy__VigoFusion: cool thanks again07:21
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goldieI'm having no luck ditching windows, very unfortunate..07:22
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VichI'm trying to compile something and it says I'm missing io.h, does anyone know what package this is in or how I could find out?07:22
Pie-ratecharliesu: localhost/~charlie07:22
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timthelionPie-rate: she says it would be great if she could open publisher files and edit word 2003 docs correctly but she is woried she would not07:22
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CharlieSuPie-rate: ok cool..  how was i supposed to know that though?07:22
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Vichtimthelion: OpenOffice can handle those formats I believe07:22
Rav|stranglerPie-rate, have you disconnected all the internet ports?07:22
Pie-ratetimthelion: perhaps you should let her try out openoffice?07:23
timthelionRav|strangler: yes I can see it. but it gives me an error, compname is not a folder07:23
Vichyou could try downloading the windows version to test first ;)07:23
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CharlieSuPie-rate: i don't see that anywhere in documentation07:23
goldieYes, open office can handle .doc files..07:23
Pie-raterav|strangler: disabled all internet ports? be more specific?07:23
Pie-ratecharliesu: it's kinda one of those things that almost everyone knows :)07:23
Pie-rateand i'm sure its somewhere in the docs, just not worth looking for07:24
crysVich: what are you compiling?07:24
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Rav|stranglerPie-rate, system > Administration > Networking07:25
Rav|stranglerall the other internet ports your not using.07:25
hajikihey guys when i click on the update tray icon instead of opening the update manager it opens the synaptic package manager....  can you help me plz??07:25
CharlieSuPie-rate: i'm coming from a gentoo background and they don't have the structure for apache2 like this does07:25
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CharlieSuPie-rate: although i do like this07:25
Vichcrys -> why is that relevant?07:26
goldieAnyone familiar with a failed install that looks like: [17179570.824000]  PCI: Cannot allocate resource region 7 of bridge 0000:00:1c.007:26
Vichit's not a well-known application07:26
goldieit's on a laptop..07:26
Pie-ratethere's wireless connection (this network interface is not configured) and Wired connection (address: DHCP)07:26
crysVich: because you were asking about io.h...not exactly a standard C library (or C++) so I thought maybe the code you where compiling might give clues to what io.h was...07:26
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morticihow do i change my screen resolution?07:27
Rav|stranglerPie-rate, do you have a 2.4 ghz phone in the house?07:27
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Rav|stranglerdo you?07:28
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Pie-ratei'm not entirely sure07:28
Rav|stranglercheck please07:28
Rav|stranglerI swear I'm not kidding07:28
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Rav|stranglerlook on the base of the phone lol07:28
Rav|stranglera cordless phone I mean07:28
Pie-ratelike i said before, this works on windows, and i only have old phones that probably run 900mhz-ish07:28
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VigoFusionI just finished a clone of winmedia player, I dont think its legal, oops07:29
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Rav|stranglerI understand. but if you have a 2.4 ghz phone..you should just unplug it and try07:29
Rav|stranglerbut if you know you don't you should be fine.07:29
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Pie-rateyep phone is 900mhz07:29
Rav|stranglerhow close do you get to it before it gets stronger?07:30
Weebitmine is a 5.8ghz07:30
Pie-rateumm, i'd have to go outside in the middle of a field full of horses07:30
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Pie-rateto get it much stronger07:31
Berto2112hey guys... quick question07:31
Berto2112which kernel should I be running with Dual P4 Xeons?07:31
tx22I really think we should get some developers to write the utility to install ubuntu without having to partition the HD etc!07:31
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Madpilottx22, you can, but it's better w/ partitions07:31
crystx22: what Madpilot said07:32
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Pie-ratethe wired connection here is provided by a bridge that has a directional antenna on it, the AP connects to the T1 router has a corresponding antenna and laptops generally work over here07:32
tx22Madpilot:  Really, where is this utility?07:32
Pie-ratealbeit just barely07:32
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Madpilottx22, go thru the install & tell it to use one partition for everything, and AFAIK it will, you'll just have to tell it to07:32
Pie-ratethe bridge with the antenna has 90-99% signal strength though07:32
Madpilotby default, it tries to create /, /home & /swap07:32
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tx22Madpilot:  No, I'm talking about ubuntu running in the windows enviroment, because people want to try ubuntu without having the burn the ISO07:33
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Duckman0use a VM07:33
Madpilottx22, then run the LiveCD. Dual-booting is *always* going to require partitioning07:33
Madpilotor use a VM, like Duckman0 said07:33
VigoFusiontx22: a live java virtual ubuntu?07:34
Weebitand to keep windows on one partition you do what to install ubuntu?07:34
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tx22VigoFusion:  No, I'll get the link, hold on.07:34
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tx22VigoFusion:  Madpilot http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=30510907:35
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Rav|stranglerPie-rate, if you boot up into windows it will work fine?07:36
tx22I just really think we need to get this done07:36
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VigoFusionOh righto,07:36
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Pie-ratei dont have dual boot but if i installed windows yes, it would07:37
jdrakeIs software raid(1) able to use parts of a disk and leave another part untouched? I would like to use raid0 using a 120gb drive and 120gb of a 250gb drive, using the rest of the 250gb drive for windows, but still wanting to access ext3 partitions from windows (using the ifs driver that is available). Is this possible?07:37
P-Smurfgawd, this is so frustrationg07:37
Pie-ratei've had windows installed on this laptop and i know for a fact it works here07:38
ademanwhat file is the kernel image?07:38
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budluvacrys, cool thanks bro07:38
budluvacrys, works like a charm :P was getting 250 fps in glxgears, now getting 350007:38
crysbudluva: cool07:39
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budluvacrys games are still sloooow07:40
Berto2112bud, what did you do?  I'm getting pretty poor fps too07:40
Rav|stranglerPie-rate, I don't know man07:40
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Madpilottx22, my DNS is acting up again - landlord's cheap useless router - I'll bookmark that to check tomorrow07:40
Rav|stranglerwhat kind of encryption are you using?07:40
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VigoFusiontx22: That could work, But then it would be a Windows Program, and once installed, Microsoft would own it. The User could play with it, but I dont think the Core Devs would agree to a Win Installar, the Dual Boot is painless enough.07:40
P-SmurfO.k. was in here before, maybe someone has some input, I have an ASUS v9280 Geforce Card running with a P4i65gv motherboard, 2.4ghz Celeron, 512mb ram.  Right now im currently using the onboard video cause the other causes Xub to crash during boot07:41
Pie-raterav|stranger: none, it is unsecured07:41
highnekoI have some things on both sides of my panels when it's set to not expand, and I can't get rid of them. There's no option for this in the properties. They're not the hide arrow things, if I click on one it doesn't move the panel, but if I hold the mouse button, I can drag it around. I found nothing in gconf-editor, but I could have missed it. Anyone know how to get rid of this?07:41
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tx22VigoFusion:  we are talking about newbies here!! I know it's annoying to take them into account in all situations but it has to be done. A windows program would be the best way to get people to checkout ubuntu. It has been said in the topic I posted but I'll state it anyway. People (speicifcally "newbies" AKA our target audience ~ the majority) do not want to mess up their computer, they...07:42
LewyJHhey guys.07:42
tx22...want a nice easy instillation and hell, if that means running it inside windows, then so be it.07:42
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tx22I just feel we should get some developers onto this quickly.. because it will really promote ubuntu07:43
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bitflipbudluva: what game?  Sometimes you have to configure them to use an accelerated driver, i.e. like quake*, ut, etc07:43
JoePitsanyone have an idea why all my packages are corrupt.  ive downloaded it twice and burned 3 cd's07:43
P-Smurfsounds like the drive Joe07:44
tx22Brilliant ideas are discussed in the forum, but rarely do I see them actually coming to light, and it's sad to see it old topics just get discarded and buried within the old topics07:44
Madpilottx22, best place to contact the devs is thru their mailing list - lists.ubuntu.com - look for ubuntu-devel - most of them are not forum users07:44
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JoePitsoh ya it is an old laptop07:44
JoePitsits always the same packages tho every time it ry07:44
JoePitssome work07:44
Madpilottx22, to be honest, the real work of Ubuntu goes on on mailing lists and to a lesser extent IRC. The forums barely enter into it.07:44
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bitflipthat's because forums and irc are timesinks!07:45
LewyJHhey guys, maybe you can help me, i've got my linux up and running, its got internet when i have a land connection, but i can't seem to get my wireless up  and running.07:45
bobbie__4ubuntu roolz, windoze drools07:45
morticiquick question how do i form a root acount, and a root password?07:45
VigoFusiontx22: We are all newbies, each day that is offered to us is a new one, unless some Corp has a Copyright on you, then your Officially pWned. Love em or hate em, I think its safe to say that everyone here has learned on a windows or a mac box. Most people do not start in UNIX.07:45
JoePitsits probably the drive you're right.  because i took this laptop out of the closet and xp wouldnt boot up either07:45
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Madpilotmortici, there's no need to do that - use sudo & your own pw07:45
P-SmurfWell im bringing up a point thats been raised on a few forums official and non, why doesnt my popular video card work? I cant even boot with it set as primary display, then i cant utilize it as a secondary even though the os recognizes it in lspci07:46
morticiMadpilot, but i need to change settings in kde settings manager07:46
LewyJHi've set up my network, and everything, and activated eth1 its just not reciving a signal.07:46
morticiand they require admin mode...07:46
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Madpilotmortici, anything needing admin should ask you for a password - use your own user pw07:46
budluvacan someone tell me what crys just said to me?07:46
P-SmurfLewyJH: deactivate your cards then reactivate them, happens to me after an install07:47
dsnydersmortici, sudo provides you with admin access for a single command.07:47
bitflipbudluva: what game?  Sometimes you have to configure them to use an accelerated driver, i.e. like quake*, ut, etc07:47
budluvait was regarding my ati driver install07:47
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LewyJHdeactivate my cards...in linux?07:47
Duckman0budluva: what vido card you have?07:47
P-Smurfyour using ubuntu arent you? theres a handy lil program that does the hard work for you07:47
budluvabitflip, it's some native ubuntu paintball 2 game07:47
budluvaduckdown, mobility radeon x60007:47
battousaix19LewyJH, have ou tried eth0?07:47
LewyJHyeah, eth0 works.07:47
JoePitsi did change the drive mode from DOS to "other" before i tried installing you think that might change things?07:48
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LewyJHi'm on that now.07:48
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JoePitsit fails on other07:48
JoePits even though other is for unix it says07:48
VigoFusionSmurf: your on Edgy?07:48
LewyJHbattousaix19: yeah eth0 works fine, its just that my wireles doesn't work.07:48
Berto2112anyone have any tweaks for nvidia cards?  I'm getting some pretty bad framerates07:48
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LinuxHelpHow do I change from DHCP to a static IP address in Ubuntu 6.10 Server x86_64?07:48
_tccwhat package is syslinux in?07:49
VigoFusionSmurf: Which card?07:49
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P-SmurfVigoFusion: Asus v928007:49
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mordofhow would i go about creating a file in bash?07:49
budluvamordof, touch filename07:50
LewyJHmy router isn't running a static IP adress, its DHCP, and when i activate my card, it activates but doesn't get a signal.07:50
mordofbudluva: touch is to change a file timestamp how will that help?07:50
Geoffrey2I'm trying to use the Flash 9 Beta with Firefox 2 on Edgy, loading up pages with .swf files embedded is causing Firefox to pretty much hang..anyone know of a solution for this one?07:50
dsnydersbudluva, touch filename will give you an empty file07:50
P-Smurfmordof: try mk filename07:50
budluvawell ya07:50
budluvadidnt you want to create a file?07:50
bitflipbudluva: I see that uses the quake2 engine - you have to tell it to use a specific driver if I had to guess07:51
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budluvawill touch myfilename not create a file called myfilename?07:51
budluvabitflip, installing et now07:51
dsnydersbudluva, yes, if filename does not exist.  If it does exist, it changes the timestamp on the file.07:51
battousaix19LewyJH, are u using ndiswrapper or are u using a kernel module?07:51
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mordofbudluva: oh, i didn't know it would create if it didn't exist07:52
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budluvadsnyders, ok well he wanted to know how to create a file, besides nano filename then thats the only way i know :P07:52
CharlieSutesting apache conf. please tell me if yall see http://charlie.phunki.com07:52
LewyJHbattousaix19: Kernal module i think...i go to system>admin>network07:52
JoePits<P-Smurf> sounds like the drive Joe ----did you mean the HD or CD-ROM07:53
dsnydersbudluva, sorry,  I thought you was he.07:53
P-SmurfVigoFusion: Motherboard is a P4i65gv with an onboard Intel Video07:53
P-SmurfJoePits: cd-rom07:53
JoePitsmaybe the lens is dirty...thats why it keeps messing up at the same spot?07:53
P-SmurfJoePits: its a burner too?07:53
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dsnydersbudluva, I like giving a little more information to people than the standard "here is the command"07:54
P-SmurfJoePits: or are you burning it on another machine?07:54
JoePitsno this is an old amd k7 laptop 300 mhz07:54
crazy_busDoes anyone know of a good program to download a streaming .rm file?07:54
JoePitsim using the "alternative" ubuntu07:54
JoePitsno burner07:54
P-SmurfJoePits: i know it sounds weird, but find a completely dif machine to burn it on07:54
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budluvadsnyders, ok sorry, i just get to the nitty gritty :P07:54
JoePitsok after this time fails again ill try that07:54
JoePitsi mean i tried both nero and magic iso07:55
JoePitsand updated my firmware07:55
budluvabitflip, enemy territory seems to work ok, must be that game07:55
_tccwhere is mcopy?07:55
VigoFusionP_Smurf:  I have the ATI Onboard X 200 series, all the binary drivers in the world didnt help, but the commend did.07:55
P-Smurfif you make multiple copies and it keeps screwing up in the same spot, try an isolate07:55
budluvabitflip, that paintball game works fine on my nvidia fx 5500 :P07:55
P-SmurfVigoFusion: commend?07:55
bitflipbudluva: paintball 2 uses a quake2 engine, correct?07:55
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budluvabitflip, ya i think so07:55
P-SmurfJoePits: thats using the same pc and drive to burn it though07:55
JoePitspsmurf im doing the partioning manually this time and trying ext2 to see if its the hard drive07:55
bitflipbudluva: you have to give some crazy opt's like +set vid_ref glx +set gl_driver libGL.so07:56
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Geoffrey2ok, let's try this one, then...any ideas why Ubuntu would insist my internal wireless 802.11g is a wired network connection?  and could this pose a problem?07:56
budluvawow :P07:56
P-SmurfVigoFusion: whats the command?07:56
JoePitssince its an old machine ext3 i heard is not good for it07:56
VigoFusionI ran the fglrx, and whammo, slammo, everything got BIG!07:56
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LewyJHbattousaix19: could the problem be my router? like, is there anyhting i'd have to change in the settings on my router/07:57
zinganybody running ubuntu powerpc on a powerbook 2400?07:57
VigoFusionThat thread is kinda ATI specific, but take a gander and see if it lends some insight.07:57
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bitflipbudluva: bitflip <-> crys - anyhow, you might search their forums with those particular references and see if something turns up for linux usage07:58
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P-SmurfVigoFusion: thanks, ill look it over07:58
LinuxHelpJoePits, why would ext3 be "not good" for a machine?07:58
P-Smurfive been literally working on it all day long07:58
budluvabitflip, ya07:59
macdExt3 is fine07:59
budluvabit et works, so tce will work so im happy :P07:59
VigoFusionI am not certain it will work for you, but I prefer to see things working.08:00
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Archerhey guys when i click on the update tray icon instead of opening the update manager it opens the synaptic package manager....  can you help me plz??08:01
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P-SmurfVigoFusion: there is a problem with that though, if my vid card is set up to boot, I wont even make it to the login screen08:01
battousaix19LinuxHelp, ext3 only has bad performance compared to others, but quite reliable08:01
tyerldafwould you guys recommended ubuntu, or gentoo?08:01
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tyerldafI mean whats the difference08:02
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bitfliptyerldaf: slackware, duh...08:02
CharlieSutyerldaf: gentoo if you want new packages.. ubuntu if you want a binary distro08:02
Madpilottyerldaf, you're in #ubuntu - guess which we'd recommend...08:02
CharlieSuMadpilot: i use both08:02
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tyerldafcharliesui: what do you mean new packages?08:02
tyerldafand binary distro?08:02
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tyerldafI know what binary is but distro08:02
max_is there any other things that you could do that are like the "eyecandy" besides XGL(cant run it) Transluncey and 3ddesktop08:03
DarkMageZtyerldaf, with gentoo, you compile almost EVERYTHING from source08:03
Madpilota distro is a version of linux - ubuntu is a distro, so is gentoo08:03
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kaptengudoes anybody have anything to say about Xandros?08:03
rastilinYou mean good things?08:03
NeonLevelis it any good to choose the alternate iso image?08:03
rastilinIf you want to, it works perfectly.08:03
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NeonLevelwhy would someone choose the alternate iso image?08:04
MadpilotNeonLevel, the alternate is just the installer, no LiveCD stuff, if that's why you want08:04
battousaix19versions are a bad way to say it, they are just different syetems that have different and conflicting philosophies, so their "flavours"08:04
YoGhi, can someone help me setup wep for ra0?08:04
rastilinBecause they wanted to install a RAID system or on a computer with less than 192MB of RAM.08:04
Madpilotit's good for installing on low-RAM machines, or for specific, more complex installation08:04
JoePitsim using alternative, trying to install it, on this 96MB ram laptop08:04
Pie-ratelol, my laptop just locked up entirely, the bug reporter popped up and said gnome-panel crashed, and i told it to close and another bug reporter popped up and then it locked up entirely08:04
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NeonLevelthanks Madpilot, thanks for the explanation08:05
tyerldafokay for me being new to linux, I should probaly download ubuntu then?08:05
LewyJHpie-rate: that happened to me, i rebooted and it worked fine...then i installed.08:05
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Tarkussnagle puss08:05
Tarkusta ta08:05
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doubletwistAnyone here highly knowledgeable with mdadm?08:06
Pie-ratei know the popular opinion is that linux has more stability going for it, but this definitely did not fail gracefully, windows at LEAST gives a bluescreen with a message on it that's somewhat useful for debugging.08:06
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Pie-rateLewyJH: then you installed what?08:06
Pie-rateit already has ubuntu on it08:07
P-Smurftyerldaf: yea, if your new get ubuntu08:07
LewyJHpie-rate: did you install already/08:07
kaptenguis Ubuntu Christian Edition a joke?08:07
doubletwistI had a system die, so I've moved the raid5 array to another machine, and I can't get it to recognize the array, even though it does recognize that each drive is a device in an array...08:07
LewyJHpie-rate: did you try to open  aprogram or did it just crahs out of the blue?08:07
tyerldafp-smurf: okay I'm redownloading the ubuntu, cause the last copy was saying I had a corrupt file08:07
tyerldafor bad checksum08:07
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Pie-ratejust crashed, it might have had something to do with the network manager since that was the last thing i screwed with08:08
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P-Smurftylerdaf: do you have an older pc? xubutu i tihnk works waaaayy better08:08
Pie-ratemaybe i should change to kde or e17...08:08
JoePits<tyerldaf> mine keeps saying that too08:08
ubotuEnlightenment (or "E") is a window manager for X, providing a useful, and good looking graphical shell in which to work. E17 is the current development version.08:08
battousaix19lol, no ubuntu CE is just covering a missed and often ignored minority08:08
VigoFusionThis distro is one of the smoothest slides from Windows, Knoppix and Xandros and about a hunnerd others were also. But I have found Ubuntu to be the best so far, by far.08:08
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rastilinChristians are like 70% of the western world, ignored?08:09
_0mk4r_hi, which swr can give me a monthy report of data transfer over eth0?08:09
LewyJHpie-rate: mine crahsed when i opened network manager, but thats the only time it happened. and it happened because it wasn't fully booted up.08:09
Pie-ratechristians are lemmings and should be ignored?08:09
P-SmurfJoePits: get xubuntu, more streamlined and runs better, X system runs better08:09
tyerldafp-smurf: its a gateway 1.3 gig intel celron, so yea its kind of a older system08:10
rastilinX system is lighter weight, I don't know about "better".08:10
MadpilotPie-rate, be polite08:10
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_0mk4r_like logging daily bandwidth used, hourly and monthly too08:10
Duckman0has anyone here added a second hard drive by mounting it?08:10
kaptenguI though Ubuntu CE was the answer to Windows CE :P08:10
YoGhi, can someone help me setup wep for ra0?08:11
Pie-rateMadpilot: I'm sorry, but no. I do not respect anyone that believes in a 2000 year old work of fiction.08:11
tyerldafjoepits: did you try to redownload it, and burn it again?08:11
tyerldafp-smurf: so you say try the other version instead?08:11
defryskPie-rate, you are off topic in a useless discussion08:11
JoePitsim doing that now sending it to my other computer with a burner08:11
defryskso please stop08:11
Duckman0how do I add my second hard drive?08:11
JoePitsits liike the cdrom just stops spinning or something08:12
rastilindefrysk, because this is a center for erudite conversation. If you meet in a public forum, you have to deal with sidelined discussions.08:12
_0mk4r_please guide me on bandwidth usage monitor swr...08:12
_0mk4r_im using xubuntu08:12
Madpilotrastilin, this is a tech support channel - #ubuntu-offtopic exists for chat08:12
battousaix19ok who cares, im catholoc, but i dont like my own religion, but if there is sumthin tat hellps open source gain more influence, power to all of us!!08:12
maltWhats a good image gallery that i can use for my web server thats easy to use and that lets me add comments about the image in the gallery08:13
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maltand that reads sub folders08:13
rastilinMadpilot, yeah, good luck with getting people there08:13
tyerldafjoepits: Yea, I'm redownloading it, and re burning it, but I notice these cd I have, I had had a lot of problem burning os on them08:13
Madpilotmalt, Gallery08:13
tyerldaflike windows xp, and etc08:13
tyerldaflol I know I need to hurry up, and get this os on here so i can get bafck to work08:13
maltMadpilot ?08:13
Madpilotrastilin, people who persist in being off-topic in #ubuntu will be removed from #ubuntu if needed08:13
ubotuHelp! Keybuk, mdz, Amaranth, tritium, ajmitch, crimsun, ogra, CarlK, Seveas, Burgundavia, apokryphos, thoreauputic, nalioth, Madpilot, ompaul, rob, Hobbsee, imbrandon, DBO, LjL, elkbuntu, Mez or gnomefreak!08:14
Madpilotmalt, there's a web app called, AFAIK, Gallery08:14
VigoFusionDuckman0: I have 2 HDDs, But I installed them before installing Ubuntu, I imagine its the same process, hardware is hardware,,,sorta08:14
elkbuntuPie-rate, what?08:14
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gl1tchhello all08:14
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maltMadpilot: link i can't find it08:14
Pie-ratei was just reading the list, sorry.08:14
bitflipYoG: which ra0 driver are you using?08:14
gl1tchi am just getting into this ubunto thing pretty lame actually08:14
DBOPie-rate, dont abuse !ops08:14
Duckman0path: /dev/sdb1 status: not mounted , how do i mount a drive thats not in mount: can't find /dev/sdb1 in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab08:14
MadpilotPie-rate, do not just hit that w/o reason - it's like 911...08:15
DBO!msgthebot | Pie-rate08:15
ubotuPie-rate: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (see also !Bot). Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops... ;-)08:15
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elkbuntuPie-rate, your'e able to check factoids in private message with the bot. please do that in future08:15
YoGbitflip: I don't know, the ones that came with ubuntu08:15
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max_is there any other things that you could do that are like the "eyecandy" besides XGL(cant run it) Transluncey and 3ddesktop08:15
gl1tchi would like to ask what is the difference btw Ubuntu 6.10, the Newest Ubuntu Release and Ubuntu 6.06 LTS, Ubuntu with Long Term Support08:15
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YoGbitflip: how can i tell?08:15
Amaranthmax_: What video card do you have?08:15
max_Intel i81008:16
rastilingl1tch, you mean aside from the extended support?08:16
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LewyJHi'm sorry...08:16
Amaranthmax_: edgy?08:16
huibertgl1tch:if you are interseeted in a long runnnig stable (as in running the same apps) system, take dapper08:16
LewyJHi didn't know what it did.08:16
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DBOLewyJH, just dont do it again unless an op is really needed08:16
MadpilotLewyJH, you'd just seen what it did. Next time will result in a ban...08:16
bitflipYoG: RaLink has some updated drivers on their homepage08:17
huibertgl1tch: if you want bleeding edgy, new eye candy, and the latest and greatest, and want to upgrade to the latest and greatest in 18 months, take edgy08:17
LewyJHmadpilot: yeah i get it...08:17
bitflipYoG: can you open up a term and type this:  lspci | grep RaLink08:17
Geoffrey2gl1tch, well, Edgy has a more recent version of Gnome, and uses a more recent kernel than Dapper shipped with by default08:17
YoGbitflip, just a sec.08:17
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LewyJHcan anyone help me with my wireless connection to my router?08:18
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YoGbitflip, it doesn't say anything about the version...08:18
gl1tchedgy whooo i am lost08:18
ubotuLewyJH: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)08:18
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YoGbitflip, is there a known problem with the drivers shipped with ubuntu?08:18
Geoffrey2gl1tch, oh yes, Edgy also has Firefox 2 in it's repositories....as far as I know, you still need to manually install FF 2 under Dapper08:18
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__doc___hi, I'm annoyed about the terminal programm installed by default on ubuntu. It is sooo slow to update it's buffer (yes I've got all the right binary drivers running (3d accerlation runs) and I've got a fast pc)08:19
bitflipYoG: I understand that - ra0 is typically an RaLink chipset - there are four different version08:19
LewyJHis there an easier way to update to edgy from dapper without making a cd?08:19
__doc___any idea about an alternative nice&fast terminal programm for gnome?08:19
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mordofalright, can anyone help me get mod_rewrite enabled in apache2 from the ubuntu dapper distros? i have no idea where to even start and the apache docs n stuff aren't helping very much.. and i've tried googling it08:19
defrysk!upgrade | LewyJH08:20
ubotuLewyJH: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes08:20
gl1tchnow i am completely lost08:20
defrysk!backup | LewyJH08:20
ubotuLewyJH: There are many ways to back your system up. Here's a few: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BackupYourSystem , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DuplicityBackupHowto , https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HomeUserBackup , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MondoMindi - See also !cloning08:20
VigoFusionLewyjH: yes08:20
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YoGbitflip: it does say RaLink... but no version. it says smoething like: "Network Controller: RaLink: Unknown device 0301"08:21
defryskLewyJH, make sure to make a backup , just in case08:21
gl1tchdoes 6.10 instead of the 6.06 runs as server?08:21
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LewyJHonce i update, how do i roll back to 6.06(dapper) if i want to? is that possible with a backup?08:22
dsnyders!upgrade | dsnyders08:22
ubotudsnyders: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes08:22
bitflipYoG: I think that is an rt61 chipset - lsmod | grep rt (Do you see rt61 by chance)08:23
bitflipYoG: if you do then yes, Edgy has a problem with wireless - it won't work unless you download new driver from RaLinks website08:23
gl1tchdoes version  6.10 instead of the 6.06 runs as server?08:23
YoGbitflip: yes i am08:23
gl1tchwhat is edgy?08:24
gl1tchand what is dapper08:24
gl1tch3 questions i got08:24
bitflipYoG: is it rt61pci or just rt61?08:24
gl1tchand only had one before enter here LOll08:24
gl1tchthis is goin to be long08:24
LewyJHdapper is an older versio nof ubuntu, and edgy is the new version on ubuntu08:24
YoGbitflip: rt6108:24
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gl1tchone checked thankx lew ;)08:24
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YoGbitflip, i manage to use it - but only without encryption08:25
DarkMageZdappper has Long Term Support, edgy doesn't. so it might be preferable to use dapper on a server08:25
__doc___see for instance, konsole is already much better then the terminal that comes with ubuntu08:25
LewyJHi use dapper.08:25
gl1tchits on a testing server @ home08:25
gl1tchi will use vmware08:25
gl1tchis there anything wrong with it?08:25
LewyJHwould i have a better chance of getting my wireless up and running if i updated to edgy?08:26
bitflipYoG: http://www.ralinktech.com/supp-1.htm - 11/22/2006 is the latest driver, along with readme - even works for x86_64  w00t!08:26
maltwhats a simple php gallery script, where you just put the html or php file in its directory08:26
JoePitsholy shit burning a cd with a different computer worked great its like going through allt he packages so fast now08:27
JoePitsomg its through all them with no problems08:27
JoePitsty psmurf <308:27
JoePitsoh shit08:28
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YoGflip: just to make sure: i need - "PCI/MiniPCI/CardBus(Source Code)"08:28
JoePitsthat was  differnet step08:28
JoePitsits not at the part yet08:28
YoGbitflip (sorry): just to make sure: i need - "PCI/MiniPCI/CardBus(Source Code)"08:28
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Duckman0sweet i mounted it using sudo mount -t ext3 /dev/sdb1 /mnt08:29
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__doc___it's the gnome-terminal that's so lame08:30
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YoGbitflip, thanx, I'll try that.08:31
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bitflipYoubuntu: yes08:32
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bitfliper - nm08:32
Duckman0lol that hard drive had everything on it ...08:32
Duckman0i feel so relived08:32
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dsnydersHI all!  Can anyone recommend some data recovery tools?  My hard drive crashed.08:35
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DBOfabbione??? 08:36
Duckman0spin-right is the only thing ive herd of08:36
fabbioneDBO: spamming in /msg08:36
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DBOfabbione, ok08:36
fabbioneon joining the channel08:36
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[Wiebel] Hi08:40
[Wiebel] in what package can I find the zaptel.ko and ztdummy.ko modules in edgy?08:40
tonyyarussoFor anyone that's been looking for them, pass the word that the transcript of the GPG encryption & signing class is now up on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ClassroomTranscripts08:40
[Wiebel] zaptel-modules does not exist08:41
tonyyarusso!find zaptel.ko08:42
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ubotuPackage/file zaptel.ko does not exist in edgy08:42
[Wiebel] hmm08:42
[Wiebel] that's not very nice :)08:42
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gl1tchIf you don't have VMWare:08:47
gl1tch    * VMWare Player08:47
gl1tch    * VMX Builder (it's on the bottom of the page)08:47
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BrokenPipeSomeone mentioned a howto for getting RedHat's partition setup program working in Ubuntu?08:48
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[Wiebel] !find chkconfig08:48
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ubotuFile chkconfig found in zsh, zsh-beta08:48
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YoGhi bitflip, it seems that compiling this is more complicated than I thougt... can't I find a compiled module somewhare (ubuntu repositories for example)?08:49
isedehighneko, i cannot see files in some folders of the NTFS partition i mounted (i cannot boot into windows). any ideas of what's wrong with the NTFS mount?08:49
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highnekoisede: I don't know. Pastebin your fstab file maybe?08:50
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user1when I invoke oowriter I get:08:50
user1user@hlyarurk:~$ oowriter08:50
user1pure virtual method called08:50
user1terminate called without an active exception08:50
user1** (process:3214): WARNING **: Unknown error forking main binary / abnormal early exit ...08:50
bitflipYoG: I'm not aware of ubuntu status on this driver...other than it breaks in 6.10 from 6.06 and it's still open as a bug08:51
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bitflipYoG: so I don't know of any other way than to compile the driver08:51
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Duckman0try mount -t ntfs (drive location) /mnt08:52
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YoGbitflip, it seems that the private channel does not work08:53
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YoGbitflip, it says something about blocked due to spam something...08:53
bitflipYoG: are you comfortable with the command line/term?08:53
ce_singelhello cow08:53
YoGbitflip, so-so08:53
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YoGbitflip, but I'm willing to try and always eager to learn08:54
bitflipYoG: did you grap the RT61_Linux_STA_Drv1.1blabhblahblahb.gz?08:54
YoGbitflip: you mean did i downloaded it? yes08:54
YoGbitflip, and untared it - and ran make all - then i failed08:55
bitflipYoG: inside of Module?08:55
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YoGbitflip: yes08:55
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bitflipYoG: did you type mv Makefile.6 Makefile first?08:55
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YoGbitflip: yes08:56
Duckman0were do i go to change my regional settings?08:56
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bitflipYoG: why did it say it failed?  What reason?08:56
YoGbitflip: "make: *** /lib/modules/2.6.15-27-386/build: No such file or directory.  Stop."08:56
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kristalinoi have big big problems with  http://sourceforge.net/projects/ccd2iso/ and http://mdf2iso.berlios.de/ . None of them work. Any ideas ?08:57
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bitflipYoG: you need to get the linux-kernel-headers for development - apt-get it first08:57
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cafuego__linux-headers-$(uname -r)08:58
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YoGbitflip, can i do it on another computer? (other than the one I'm going to install the card)08:58
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YoGbitflip (same kernel)08:58
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bitflipYoG: if it's the same arch/kernel08:59
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YoGbitflip, it is - same distribution - almost the same cpu (P-III800 & PIII-600)09:00
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bitflipYoG: before jumping through all these hoops - did you cp *.bin to /etc/Wireless/RT61STA/ yet?09:00
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defryskkristalino, sudo apt-get install libguile-dev09:01
YoGbitflip: ha? no... what is that?09:01
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bitflipYoG: it's the firmware and it doesn't ship with ubuntu - you have to have it in order for the card to work09:01
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bitflipYoG: it came inside that tarball you unzipped09:01
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bitflipYoG: you have to do this:  sudo mkdir /etc/Wireless/RT61STA -p && sudo cp *.bin /etc/Wireless/RT61STA/09:02
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YoGbitflip: on the which system, the one that I'm going to compile on or the one that is going to use the card?09:02
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bitflipYoG: the one that is actually using the card09:03
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YoGbitflip, done.09:04
firefoxjedi can someone help me figure out why i cant get internet connect through my wireless dlink to work with firefox in my ubuntu live cd?  it has worked before, but now it won't09:04
triplchi all, i've just installed Edgy but cannot find /etc/inittab; i would like to run encfs right after boot, anyone please help09:04
bitflipYoG: sudo ifconfig ra0 down && sudo rmmod rt6109:04
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bitflipYoG: at this point "ifconfig" with no params should *not* display ra009:05
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bitflipYoG: nor should rt61 show up in lsmod | grep rt6109:05
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YoGbitflip: that will disconnect the computer from the netwrok - i won't be able to transfer the files - maybe we'll do that at the end?09:06
bitflipYoG: are you on windows or something now with this card?09:06
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KnowledgEngiaaahhhhh morninnggg09:07
KnowledgEngii has sleepen wiht the screen09:07
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firefoxjediyes, morning it is09:07
triplchi all09:07
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KnowledgEngiin front the PC09:07
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firefoxjedianybody? help with wireless?09:07
YoGbitflip: I have network on the computer with ra0 - but the wep is off09:07
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bitflipYoG: got ya09:08
YoGbitflip, if i take down the connection i won't be able to transfer the compiled files from the other computer09:08
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cherubielYoG: with the drives properly installed, does iwlist <interface> scan09:09
cherubiellist the network?09:09
YoGchernubiel: yes09:10
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cherubielYoG: whats the problem now?09:10
YoGchernubiel: I want WEP09:11
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YoGchernubiel: I can noly connect with WEP disabled09:11
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YoGchernubiel: (only)09:12
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YoGchernubiel, i cannot talk in private channels for some reason... but thanx - i'll try that, btw - i did searched more - i'm with google the last 3 days...09:15
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cherubielYoG: heh, patience my dear friend :)09:16
P-SmurfIs there anyway possible to consult with a dev or someone official?09:16
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P-Smurfcontact references? email? something09:16
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bitflipYoG: I don't know if stock unbuntu drivers use these or the RaLink but a point of interest:  http://rt2x00.serialmonkey.com/phpBB2/search.php?mode=results09:16
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P-Smurfthe problem i have wont be solved by me or someone in this room, its a kernel issue i think, ive done a little research09:17
igorhow i install the librarys for development (C)09:17
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about tightvnc - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi09:17
bitflipYoG: rather this site I mean:  http://rt2x00.serialmonkey.com/09:17
dreamerhmm, I installed Java1.5RE but it doesn't work in firefox (1.5)09:18
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto09:18
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about remotedesktop - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi09:18
YoGbitflip, I think i got the drivers compiled09:18
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P-Smurfrega: gnome has a built in remote desktop, but ssh works well since terminal kinda ummmm rox09:18
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regawell my vnc broke after my edgy update...09:19