eck090ok ty12:01
Lars_Gehem. HELP :), I want to install the new libxine, but I tried a unstable deb and of course it failed on dependencies. trouble is, now if I do any apt-get it still wants to install it. and if I do apt-get -f install it will try to remove my current xine and all dependents (like amarok)... any way to make apt forget about libxine for now withotu removing my current one?12:01
dcordesLjL: ok. i will take a closer look on the shared key system. it is anyways important for me because i do a lot ssh for personal use12:01
varianteck090: useradd -m -G users,audio usernamehere12:01
varianteck090: if you want sudo access then do useradd -m -G users,audio,admin usernamhere12:01
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arronvariant: you got any links to tutorials on how to get the libre drivers12:02
variantarron: hold on a mo, nearly done lol12:03
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variantarron: ok, have you tried to install fglrx already?>12:04
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mzuverinkSuddly my external hdd wont allow me to write to it, how can i fix this?12:04
arronVariant: yeh i have12:05
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variantarron: ok, then your xorg.conf is probably aimed at those drivers instead of the free ones12:05
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variantarron: please pastebin the xorg.conf12:05
arronbut with the free ones 3d accelaration isnt enabled12:05
grodiusCan someone Help me? Im trying to find the directory of C header files that match my running kernel, where can I find them?12:05
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arronVariant: were is the xorg.conf ive forgot12:06
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aidany would my firefox browesr shut when i try to sign ito myspace?12:06
arronVariant: nvm found it12:06
grodiusarron: /etc/X11/sources.list i think12:06
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Vuen_hey guys, i have a palm pilot on which i keep my calendar. is it possible to hotsync it with Kontact?12:06
ubotuFor playing DVD, see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html - "libdvdcss2" can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages12:06
frogzoogrodius: /usr/src12:06
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grodiusfrogzoo, nm I wasnt paying attention12:07
wonderpoopafter i do apt-get install kubuntu and reboot12:07
variantaidan: cus myspace is for non cool people and firefox is for cool people - ergo, incompatibility ;)_12:07
wonderpoopmy login manager won't open12:07
wonderpoopit just hangs12:07
wonderpoopthen closes12:07
aidany would my firefox browesr shut when i try to sign ito myspace?12:07
ubotuSeveas has a popular 3rd party repository for several packages, including the win32 codecs: see http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages - See also !Codecs12:07
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arronVariant: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3755/12:08
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aidanum ok it always used to work on window when i signied into myspace12:08
aidanthough firefox12:08
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variantaidan: yeah, i was jokeing.. :) I have no idea why it would do that.. is it only myspace i happens to?12:08
aidanumm yeah12:09
tsolerhow can i set the JAVA_HOME variable12:09
birgiis there a grub version of "lilo -M <device> mbr"12:09
variantarron: ok, try changing the line that reads Driver "ati" in the "Section "device"" section12:09
variantarron: to read "radeon" instead12:09
tsolerno first of all where is the jdk folder?12:09
variantarron: then remove and fglrx packages12:10
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variantarron: I don't know exactly what they are called so you will have to apt-get remove the packages your self12:10
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ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto12:10
arronalready done that ^^12:11
variantarron: you removed them?12:11
aidanhow do i update to firefox 212:11
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variantarron: apt-get remove xorg-driver-fglrx fglrx-control12:11
frogzootsoler: ~/.bashrc per user   /etc/environment for global12:11
arronVariant: ok ive done that12:12
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arronVariant: shall i restart X now?12:13
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variantarron: yes, please wait a sek though12:13
arronVariant: waiting12:13
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variantarron: I have a nasty feeling that if this doesn't work you will have to do some compiling12:13
variantarron: but go ahead and try now12:13
arronok :X12:13
arron:| :S12:14
arronyeh anyway12:14
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_feh_can anyone tell me how to get dhcp from overwriting my nameservers, the dns servers it is gathering are slower than the ones I manually put in and I need them to stop being overwritten..12:14
arronshall i restart now?12:14
variantarron: I will talk you through it if needed12:14
variantarron: yes12:14
arronVariant: the whole computer12:14
variantarron: no, just x12:14
arronVariant:  or just the xserver12:14
arronok be right back then12:14
variantarron: sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart12:14
riddleboxvariant, if I install these custom packages, will ubuntu have a problem or even try to upgrade them?12:14
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variantriddlebox: what custom pakages?12:14
riddleboxthe ones I will be building from the src.rpm12:15
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ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats12:15
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variantriddlebox: no, it won't know they are installed though so will ignore them unless you tell it not to12:15
arronVariant: how do i tell if it worked then?12:15
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about src - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:15
variantarron: glxinfo | grep direct12:15
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jubuntuhi, how do i use vixie-cron's crontab non-interactively?12:16
arronVariant: direct rendering still says no12:16
variantarron: damn12:16
variantarron: hold on please12:16
riddleboxvariant, thats if I just compile them, but if I use checkinstall or something to create a deb file, then will I have a problem?12:16
variantriddlebox: I don't know12:16
variantriddlebox: sorry12:17
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tsoleranyone willing to help me set up JAVA_HOME var?12:17
variantarron: please pastebin  /var/log/Xorg.0.log12:17
DimensionsHow do i boot my computer via usb HDD ? i unplugged internal hdd in bios selected boot from usb hdd ... but as i start pc it stucks on first screen .12:18
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aidananyone no what would be wrong if everytime i tryed to sign on to myspace it closed the browser12:18
variantDimensions: you need to have a bootloader installed on the usb hdd12:18
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mon^rchberyl is following vista's effects12:19
Cretemonstersmall question about changing permissions on a folder?12:19
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variantaidan: probably a javascript bug in firefox.. try installing noscript firefox extension to disable javascript and then  browse to myspace12:19
LjLCretemonster: yes?12:19
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Cretemonsteruduntu desktop 6.1012:19
mcphailjubuntu: not sure what happens if you attack /var/spool/cron/crontabs/your_user directly...12:19
Dimensionsvariant: i have this usb hdd cloned from another hdd which is full working system with RH installed12:19
FanskapetXlib:  extension "XFree86-DRI" missing on display ":1.0".12:19
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arron_variant: sorry my computer crashed12:19
Fanskapetanyone know how to solve this?12:19
Cretemonsterinstalled an application which has set permissions on a critical folder to root only12:20
LjLCretemonster, yeah, but what's the question? :P12:20
Fanskapeti get that when i run fglrxinfo12:20
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variantDimensions: the cloneing software probably did not clone the master boot record12:20
aidanvariant: how would i fixc it12:20
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Cretemonsterhow to I change permissions on the folder from root to user?12:20
LjLCretemonster: well, to begin with, if an application has done that, it might have had good reasons to do it, no?12:20
Dimensionsvariant:  i used dd command for cloning ...12:20
LjLCretemonster: what folder is that anyway?12:20
variantaidan: do what i said first to see if that is indeed the problem.. if it is thesimplest thing to do would be update firefox12:20
Cretemonsterits a default setting for the nepenthes software12:20
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arron_varient: im gonna go to bed got school tommorow12:20
aidanok tell me how to upodate it then mate12:20
variantDimensions: did you include the mbr? it's the first few hundered bytes of the disk12:20
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variantaidan: check if thats the problem first12:21
Cretemonstermeaning I have to run nepenthes from the root account for the folder to aquire the files gathered12:21
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variantaidan: firefox noscript extension12:21
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LjLwell Cretemonster, "chown" can change the owner of a file or folder, and "chmod" can change permissions. i guess you want "chown" here, though not knowing the details i cannot really be sure12:21
variantaidan: then browse to myspace (with scripts globaly disabled)12:21
LjLUbotu, tell Cretemonster about permissions | Cretemonster, see the private message from Ubotu12:21
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variantarron: sorry, didn't see htat12:22
Dimensionsvariant:  i did dd if=/dev/hda of=/dev/sde which does bit by bit cloning, mbr should be copied too12:22
variantarron: ok, np. if you need more help drop me a mail mrintegrity at gmail dot com12:22
variantDimensions: yep, should be12:22
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variantDimensions: dunno what oculd be the problem then. does grub load?12:22
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scrupul0ushey all... im trying to setup a mailserver with squirrelmail on 6.10... ive looked @ flurdy (based on older OS) and googled... but i cant seem to get it working...12:23
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scrupul0usi have php, apache, mysql phpmyadmin installed12:23
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aidanvariant: works now bro12:23
variantaidan: with noscript installed?12:23
CretemonsterTo change or edit files that are owned by root, sudo must be used12:23
CretemonsterOK got that part fine12:24
variantaidan: you should change firefox version then.. (thats not garuanted to fix it though)12:24
Cretemonsterunderstanding the commands is where it all gets foggy12:24
LjLCretemonster, yes, "sudo" is the command that allows you to work as root. if you need to change the *permissions* of a file that's owned by root, you need to use "sudo", too, for the same reason12:24
Dimensionsvariant: doesn't go further than first black screen which is of bios ...12:24
variantaidan: what version of ubuntu are you using?12:24
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variantDimensions: does it output an error message?12:24
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aidanwell i got firefox 2 dl but i cant seem to install it12:24
LjLCretemonster: well, a practical example: if i have a file named "test", that's owned by root, and i want it to be owned by ljl instead, i type "sudo chown ljl:ljl test"12:24
aastanehHi. I got a simple problem. My laptop's dsdt stinks, so I use acpi=off in kernel parameters. When I do this, however, my pcmcia card will not get detected. Any ideas?12:25
aidanvariant: 5.10 lol12:25
variantaidan: I had this exact problem with older version of ubuntu12:25
LjLCretemonster: that means "give the file 'test' owner 'ljl' and group 'ljl'" -- note that, by default, every user is created with a group of the same name attached12:25
variantaidan: i suggestyou upgrade to dapper12:25
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aidandont have it12:25
Dimensionsvariant:  its stuck on bios screen without any thing12:25
variantaidan: you can do it via the internet12:25
aidancvcan i update with out format hd12:25
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variantDimensions: on the bios screen? do you mean the POST screen?12:26
Cretemonsterstill reading12:26
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LjLCretemonster: then if i want to make that 'test' file *only* readable, writable and executable by ljl, i type "chmod u=rwx test", which means "give the owning *u*ser *r*ead, *w*rite and e*x*ecute permissions"12:26
LjLCretemonster: this time i did not need to use "sudo", because the file was now owned by myself, and not by root anymore, since i used chown earlier12:26
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aidanvariant: can i update without cd?? or burin it to a cd12:26
variantaidan: you don't need a cd12:27
sixpointeighthow do i use the ubuntu disk to fix my system?12:27
Hoosteenargh! this wireless is frustrating...lol12:27
Hoosteenanybody care to help a bit again?12:27
LjLsixpointeight: depends. how's your system broken?12:27
aidanvariant: can i update to drapper with all my program igot still installed12:27
variantaidan: yes12:27
sixpointeightthe boot image is stuck in klamav quarantine.12:27
LjLUbotu, tell aidan about upgrade | aidan, see the private message from Ubotu12:27
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Dimensionsvariant:  well the first screen which loads from bios right ? on which u get info like press Del to enter bios setup12:28
variantaidan: first run apt-get update && apt-get upgrade then open /etc/apt/sources.list and change anything that says breezy to dapper. save and close then run apt-get update && apt-get dist upgrade12:28
Hoosteenhere's the deal...i download the Broadcom 4318 drivers...i run sudo ndiswrapper -i /Desktop/bcmwl5.inf and i get the following12:28
sixpointeightand now grub says file moy found when i boot.12:28
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tom_variant: no...12:29
sivikHoosteen, have you tried using the actual firmware and not using ndiswrapper12:29
variantDimensions: thats the post screen12:29
ubotuFor upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes12:29
Hoosteencouldn't copy /Desktop/bcmwl5.inf at /usr/sbin/ndiswrapper line 135.12:29
LjLsixpointeight: ah right, i remember that. well, i've never used klamav and have no idea what it does to quarantine things... but in general, you should boot from the live CD, then mount your HD filesystem ("sudo mount /media/hdwhatever", though it's possibly already mounted by default), and then you can work on it as root12:29
varianttom_: no what?12:29
sivikHoosteen, i have it currenty working12:29
Cretemonsterwould it be possible to walk through this a step at a time12:29
Hoosteenno i haven't sivik12:29
Cretemonsterwith some one syllable words?12:29
tom_variant that upgrade method is dirty at best.12:29
sivikHoosteen, you might want to do it, you using edgy?12:29
tom_!upgrade | aiden12:29
ubotuaiden: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes12:29
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varianttom_: yeah mate, the way i sugest works just as well. doesn't cause any problems and is the simplest way to inform someone of what to do12:29
sivikHoosteen, thats 2.6.15, right12:29
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enigm0Hello again.12:29
varianttom_: name one problem that it causes12:30
Hoosteenwell i'm running 2.6.112:30
rashed202Guys.. for the alternate CD.. what's Install in OEM mode?12:30
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tom_variant: it is not the simplest way, and it can cause problems.12:30
aidanvariant do that in termail?12:30
variantaidan: yep12:30
varianttom_: name one12:30
enigm0Is it possible to make a program (lets say quod lidet) write files to an ntfs-partitioned disk?12:30
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variantaidan: nano -w /etc/apt/sources.list12:30
g333k_workhi, how can I enable my network device? I tried with #ifconfig eth0 up,  but didnt work, any clue?12:30
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LjLCretemonster, just type "sudo chown -R yourusername:yourusername /path/to/the/affected/directory" -- i hope that said directory *should* actually be owned by you rather than by root, as you said12:30
variantaidan: ctrl o to save ctrl x to exit12:30
tom_variant: abandoned packages12:30
FlamekebabEvening everyone, should I ask here about MTP devices, or is there a more specific channel?12:30
tom_variant it says on the ubuntu website that method of upgrading is sketchy.12:30
varianttom_: please explain in more detail than that12:30
tom_so why tell people to use it?12:31
varianttom_: link?12:31
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about blog - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:31
varianttom_: see !worksforme12:31
sivikHoosteen, did you get my pm12:31
jeremiahhow can i remove unbuntu12:31
aidanim confused variant12:31
Hoosteensivik: no12:31
tom_variant: read the damn website.12:31
sivikjeremiah, format the parition12:31
Flamekebablol unbuntu12:31
LjLjeremiah: just install another operating system in its place12:31
Flamekebabwhy do people always make that typo?12:31
sivikHoosteen, sivik> download via apt-get the bcm43xx-fwcutter and then go to http://bu3sch.de/bcm43xx_fw.php12:31
sivik<sivik> and download the firmware v3. firmware, and then use bcm43xx-fwcutter to extract the firmware into the /lib/firmware file12:31
mindstatejeremiah, why would u want to :-)12:31
Dimensionsyeah variant im talking abt post screen then ... as soon as it reaches to detecting drives it gets stuck12:31
Cretemonstersudo chown -R crete /var/lib/nepenthes12:31
LjLnot always, they do "ubunto" too12:31
Cretemonsterlook close?12:31
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variantaidan: don't worry about it, if your not comfertable on the command line you can use the more "reccomended" way (which tom_ insists is the only way)12:31
FlamekebabI <3 ubuntu12:31
sivikFlamekebab, good12:32
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variant!upgrade | tom_12:32
ubotutom_: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes12:32
jeremiahi am trying to put both windows and ubuntu12:32
variant!upgrade | aidan12:32
ubotuaidan: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes12:32
sivikjeremiah, you have to install windows first12:32
mindstateanyone know of any remote blog tools? i tried BloGTK but it wouldn't work12:32
Hoosteensivik ok..i'll give that a shot12:32
varianttom_: sorry, wrong nick12:32
Flamekebabsivik, well I'd have to, I've got it on two laptops, will be three next week!12:32
LjLCretemonster: make it crete:crete, not just crete... but, no, not really, nothing in /var/lib should be owner by a "standard" user i believe.12:32
tom_variant: i never said it was the only way, i said your way was not the recommended way. why would you tell people to use the upgrade method ubuntu says is not recommended?12:32
sivikFlamekebab, what do you mean you have to12:32
jeremiahi know but i messed up and installed ubuntu and dont know how to take it off12:32
sivikjeremiah, just do a reinstall12:32
LjLCretemonster: so, may that directory ever contain any files that should not be read by other people? (passwords, whatever)12:32
Flamekebabsivik, I'd have to love it to use it on so many systems12:32
enigm0Hello everyone. Is it possible to make a program write a file on an ntfs-filesystem?12:32
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sivikFlamekebab, like at work12:33
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mindstateenigm0, ntfs-3g12:33
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LjLenigm0: yes, it's not too safe though12:33
rbs-titoDoes anyone know the dependencies for the nvidia script12:33
sivikenigm0, you can do it, but its not recommended12:33
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varianttom_: the !upgrade links says nothing about being not recommended12:33
Cretemonstermaybe this is futile as it starting to sound like the nepenthes install went crappy12:33
Flamekebabsivik, well, yes, but these laptops are my personal ones. I use it on several machines in my office too though12:33
tom_variant: "This is the simplest way for most users, especially if you are not an expert." that is referring to upgrading using Update Manager.12:33
tylersmithHi. I wanto to share files between Dapper and XP. I've installed SAMBA. When I do a places>network servers I see an windows network icon, but when I click on it, I don't see any xp machines.12:33
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Cretemonsterit was an event that required I use sudo command for the install to take12:33
LjLCretemonster: if it contains no sensitive files, then you can do  chmod -R a+rw /var/lib/nepenthes , this will make every file in that directory readable and writable by any user12:33
varianttom_: right.. and where does it say that it can cause problems to do it hte other way?12:34
Cretemonsterthere ya go12:34
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Cretemonsterthats what I need! (y)12:34
tom_variant: it does not clean up abandoned packages.12:34
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CretemonsterRead and Write only12:34
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FlamekebabRight, can anyone help me out with connecting an MTP samsung MP3 player to my system?12:34
aidanok dont what what to do now12:34
gnuwteyhi, jrib?12:34
gnuwteyi tried your command12:34
Cretemonsterthe folder is used to gather files from a emulated server which poses multiple windows flaws12:34
LjLCretemonster: that's a security risk, however, unless you know with *certainty* that there can *not* be *any* sensitive information in that directory12:34
gnuwteybut it still doesn't work12:34
LjLCretemonster: "only"?12:34
aidanupto  gksudo "gedit /etc/apt/sources.list"12:34
varianttom_: thats very simple to fix12:34
mindstateanyone know of any remote blog tools?12:35
aidancomes up with heaps of text12:35
variantaidan: you need any more help?12:35
aidanvariant yes12:35
tom_variant: or you could just use the recommended way and let the update manager script uninstall them.12:35
gnuwteyand also, the ubuntu disk returns an error12:35
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Cretemonsterthis folder is where nepenthes dumps the files it was spammed12:35
Cretemonsterthats all12:35
variantaidan: yeah, if you trust my judgement ( tom_ doesnt) you can just change anything that says breezy to dapper12:35
gnuwteyit says "couldn't find ext2 on /dev/hda2"12:35
morrolanmindstate - check out drivel12:35
gnuwteyoh sorry12:35
gnuwteyi've got to run out for a bit12:36
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mindstatemorrolan, thanks12:36
aidan(gedit:8141): GnomeUI-WARNING **: While connecting to session manager:12:36
aidanAuthentication Rejected, reason : None of the authentication protocols specified are supported and host-based authentication failed.12:36
Cretemonsterit contains hexdumps in a bin form and allows me to gather or collect those files into this folder which then automates a send sequence to various Antivirus vendors12:36
variantaidan: thats nothing..12:36
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variantaidan: ignore that. it's a gnome minor bug that doesn't affect what your doing12:36
tom_wouldn't happen using update manager......12:37
aidanso change breezy to dapper12:37
variantaidan: you won't be able to save the file unless you opened it with sudo/gksudo12:37
sivikaidan; and then dapper to edgy12:37
mindstatemorrolan, do you think it being a dapper package will matter on Edgy?12:37
aidanwould i want to update twice12:37
varianttom_: it has absolutly nothing to do with update manager or the way he is currently updateing12:37
morrolanmindstate - it shouldn't really make a difference, unless it depends on a deprecated package.12:37
aidandeb cdrom:[Ubuntu 5.10 _Breezy Badger_ - Release i386 (20051012)] / breezy main restricted12:37
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variantaidan: dapper is the "long term support" version, only upgrade to edgy if you have a reason to12:38
aidanget rid of that'?12:38
mindstatemorrolan, alright ill give it a whirl12:38
variantaidan: you can delete the cdrom lines yes12:38
Cretemonsterthanks for ur time LjL12:38
CretemonsterI appreciate it12:38
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LjLCretemonster: no problem12:38
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variantaidan: you will have a whole bunch of packages to download, could take several hours depending on your internet connection12:38
aidanshould i update to edgy though? or better to update to dapper12:38
Hoosteensivik: can u explain a little bit how i use apt-get to get bcm43xx-fwcutter?12:39
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Hoosteenor anybody for that matter12:39
LjLCretemonster: it does sound like something that's not very security sensitive, if i understood it correctly12:39
variantaidan: update to daper first, not safe to skip a version like that12:39
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sivikHoosteen, do you have universe and multiverse active in your sources.list12:39
morrolanHoosteen - to install a package, you have to type:   sudo apt-get install bcm43xx-fwcutter12:39
mindstatemorrolan,  it does lol12:39
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tom_aidan: dapper is more stable than edgy, it has about 4 1/2 years of support left. Edgy has less support and is using newer, more experimental packages. If stability is more important to you than cutting edge features, stick with Dapper.12:40
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BakefyIs MythTV awesome?12:40
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variantBakefy: yes, once you get it configured/installed :)12:40
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Hoosteensivik: check ur pm :D12:40
tom_bakefy: check out freevo as well :D12:40
aidani changed every word of breezy to dapper12:40
sivikHoosteen, got it12:40
Bakefyvariant, I am working on that part.  is it difficult to install?12:40
variantaidan: cool, run apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade12:41
sivikaidan: sudo apt-get update, and sudo apt-get dist-upgrade12:41
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sivikHoosteen, you get my pm?12:41
Hoosteensivik: doesn't seem like u can respond though..unless u haven't yet :D12:41
siviki did12:41
aidando i need to save to file12:41
ubotuTo mount an ISO disc image, type "sudo mount -o loop my.iso <mountpoint>" There is a list of useful cd image conversion tools at http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/CD_Image_Conversion Always verify the ISO using !MD5 before burning. Burning .iso files: see !burn12:41
Hoosteensivik: no :(12:41
Bakefytom_ is freevo easy to install?12:41
variantBakefy: supposedly, I never did it my self but a friend said it was hardish12:41
sivikthere seems to be a problem here, do you have aim or something like that?12:41
variantaidan: yes12:41
ubotuCD/DVD Burning software: K3b (KDE), gnomebaker, serpentine, graveman Nautilus cd burner (Gnome), gtoaster, xcdroast, cdrecord (terminal-based). Burning .iso files: see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BurningIsoHowto12:41
aidanand do i need to have sudo infront of that cmd lind12:41
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tom_bakefy: there are packages for it yes12:41
Hoosteensivik: pm again12:42
variantaidan: yes12:42
sivikhow do i set up chroot for blocking ppl on my website to get anywhere else on my computer12:42
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tom_sivik: you have to register you're nick to pm i think.12:42
anon_dear lovely people: a question12:42
variantsivik: try this: http://www.linux.com/article.pl?sid=04/05/24/145020312:42
aidanso it will install with me not losing anythink on my harddrvie12:42
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XerocideEvery time I try to run the defect check (or anything in the boot menu) it just restarts my computer, any suggestions?12:42
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variantaidan: correct12:42
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tom_aidan: it updates the software only, it won't touch your personal files.12:43
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Kiba-kunHi, I have a problem everytime I burn a CD12:43
anon_what's the best way to force xorg to use a USB mouse and ignore my built-in laptop touchpad?12:43
XerocideI have checked the MD5 hash, and I have used 2 different burners to try and still the same result.12:43
Beveragehey folks, my x server died anyway i booted in with knoppix and now im trying to copy the files to a USB flash drive anyone know why it wont let me?12:43
XerocideCould it be a problem with my copmuter?12:43
aidanand anyistalled programs / or will it reinstall over them the latest versions12:43
Kiba-kunUm...let me repeat myself if I wasn't heard12:43
variantanon_: you can edit xorg.conf to specify your exact mouse that you want to use instead of /dev/input/mice12:43
Kiba-kunI am having a problem with burning a Ubuntu CD12:43
tom_Beverage: is the flash drive mounted?12:43
morrolanBeverage - knoppix will mount your USB drive as read-only by default12:43
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Kiba-kunI tried several time12:43
knovakI have a really stupid question: my friend is giving me a new Hard Drive tomorrow, and I want to free space on my current hard drive (my windows installation, I also have Ubuntu on a dual boot there)... so my Q: can I somehow transfer my entire installation to the new HDD?12:43
aidanany wont delete my codec's12:44
variantanon_: you would set /dev/input/mouse0 or soemthing instead. also take out the touchpad driver lines12:44
variantaidan: no, only updates what you have12:44
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aidanok sweet12:44
variantaidan: jupp12:44
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aidananmd will the look of 5.10 chagne?12:44
Kiba-kunbut I alway got an error message like this 1718.871.xxxxxx Buffer I/O Error on device hdc, logical block x12:44
variantaidan: aa bit yes.. not to much12:44
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Kiba-kunx stand for a number12:44
aidanok sweet12:44
tom_aidan: well upgrading from breezy to dapper, you will need to install some newer gstreamer packages after.12:44
Kiba-kuncan anybody see the reason why?12:45
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anon_Kiba-kun: sounds like file-system corruption?12:45
aidanE: Could not open lock file /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (13 Permission denied)12:45
aidanE: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), are you root?12:45
Kiba-kunhmm.I alway got this error on every Ubuntu CD I burn12:45
variantaidan: sudo the command remember12:45
aidanaw what is it easy as just getin them and typen in the cmd like i did12:46
Kiba-kunwell.. Every CD that isn't RW12:46
Kiba-kunand RW don't work either12:46
aidanture variant12:46
variantaidan: yes12:46
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d0dge-If I want an Eterm shortcut to my taskbar, but I want it to start like: LC_ALL=en_US.iso885915 Eterm, how can I do that?12:47
aidanvariant: i did sudo it12:47
variantd0dge-: change the command in the launcher to look like that instead of just eterm12:47
aidancame up with same error12:47
variantaidan: and you got that error? is the graphical package manager open?12:47
tom_variant: can you suggest he follow the other method, seeing as he is having difficulties?12:47
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Kiba-kunanything I am missing here?12:47
varianttom_: feel free to sugest it your self12:47
Kiba-kunI tried like three burning softwares so far12:47
anon_how do I figure out what device the USB mouse is registered as?12:47
Kiba-kunso far, nothing work12:48
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aidanno it not open12:48
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variantaidan: do sudo -i12:48
variantaidan: then run apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade12:48
grodiushey im trying to uninstall vmware before i install the new version, how do I make sure its completely removed12:48
d0dge-variant: There's only 'Button title', 'Description' and location of the executable. Doesn't help if I put that on the command line arguments because it comes in front of the 'Eterm' command12:49
LjLgrodius: if you installed the Server version via its own installer... you don't12:49
variantd0dge-: right click on the launcher and thats what you get?12:49
LjLgrodius: just hope the uninstaller (if it came with one) did its work thoroughly12:49
Kiba-kunso nobody responding to my request for help. Perhap I didn't describe the problem quite clearly?12:49
tom_grodius: are you using vmware-player?12:49
variantd0dge-: you can always make a very simple script (just he command on one line) and have the executable reference that instead12:49
spacepodI'm looking for a fairly easy and inexpensive way to run raid on 6.06. I currently have 2x 120g ide drives (both on seperate motherboard controllers). I've read up on dmraid however it seems kind of tricky. Would i be better off running SATA drives and a controller card? Note that i'm too poor to afford scsi :P12:50
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aidan cannot execute binary file12:50
scrupul0usanyone at all...12:50
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variantaidan: something sounds broken12:51
grodiustom_, Well i had the VMware server, Tried to installt he new one it got screwed up and now I cant install either12:51
variantaidan: by all means try tom_'s suggestion but it sounds like there is a problem with your system12:51
ryanakcawhat ports do I open in iptables to allow printing with samba?12:51
variantaidan: type dmesg please and pastebin the output12:51
tom_grodius: so you're trying to install it?12:51
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WonderWalhi, i installed ubuntu, im interested in seeing which kernel config has been used in my kernel.. where can i find it?12:51
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variantd0dge-: echo "LC_ALL=en_US.iso885915 Eterm" > ~/.etermlauncher.sh && chmod +x ~/.etermlauncher12:52
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tom_aidan: follow the directions here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DapperUpgrades#head-792e320b3976df97f0d8b47047e1bcc955fd256912:52
variantdoronBE: then just change the "executable" line to read /home/youruser/.etermlauncher12:52
variantdoronBE: then just change the "executable" line to read /home/youruser/.etermlauncher.sh12:52
knovakquestion: my friend is giving me a new Hard Drive tomorrow, and I want to free space on my current hard drive (my windows installation, I also have Ubuntu on a dual boot there)... so my Q: can I somehow transfer my entire installation to the new HDD?12:53
aidandmseg pastebin12:53
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d0dge-variant: Oh now I get it, thanks for help12:53
variantaidan: I have a strong suspicion that your system is borked in other ways that update-manager and apt-get dist-upgrade wont fix, feel free to try it though. if it still doesn't work come back and let me know12:54
squeakshello, i compiled my own kernel but now the module for ipw2100 won't load, dmesg output: "pw2100: eth0: Firmware 'ipw2100-1.3.fw' not available or load failed.", there is no directory /lib/firmware/' like there is for the default kernel, can anyone point me to documentation for what needs to be done to create the firmware directory for my custom firmware?12:54
variantd0dge-: yw12:54
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variantsqueaks: you have to install the firmware by the sounds of it!12:54
variant!wireless | squeaks12:55
ubotusqueaks: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs12:55
variantsqueaks: that should help you out if you read that12:55
squeaksthanks, i will do that12:55
spacepodanyone have any suggestions on my raid issue?12:55
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variantWonderWal: cd /usr/src/ && tar -zxvf 'uname -r' && cd thedirectorycreated && make oldconfig && make config12:56
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aidanok tom12:56
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aidandone that12:56
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karthi1hi gys...help needed??.......i compiled my c program using gcc...but how to get the output?12:57
DimensionsHie  ... I have the setting in bios to boot from usb hdd as first sequence second is cd rom third is internal drive but if i remove internal hdd or not still the system wouldn't load and gets stucked as soon as post screen comes to detecting drives ...12:57
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QRZspacepod: Your drives are SATA or IDE?12:57
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Kiba-kunwhy am I being ignored?12:57
karthi1: hi gys...help needed??.......i compiled my c program using gcc...but how to get the output?..wht command i should use?12:57
karthi1hi gys...help needed??.......i compiled my c program using gcc...but how to get the output?..wht command i should use?12:57
chiaratoI did something to the pc that the internet got very slow what can I do to improve the speed on my internet12:57
aidansays somethin,k bout12:57
variantkarthi1: gcc makes a.out by default, thats an elf executable inspite of the name. just run it as normal12:57
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aidancheck check box12:57
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karthi1thanks variant12:58
tom_variant: did you get my PM?12:58
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varianttom_: wasn't paying attention, will take a look now12:58
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squeaksvariant, i just did "sudo ln -s 2.6.17-10-generic $(uname -r)", seems to have fixed the problem... but hardly seems like the correct kernel compilation procedure12:58
varianttom_: nope, none came through to me12:58
aidantom im stuck12:58
spacepodQRZ:  currently i have two ide drives on seperate motherboard ide controllers. i've read a little on using dmraid however it seems a bit tricky. would i be better off using SATA drives?12:59
sivikaidan: what are you having problems with now12:59
variantsqueaks: no, the kernel source is not "installed" by default so you have to extract it, cd to that directory, build the old config and then view the config12:59
aidanits said sertval new versions of ubuntu12:59
chiaratomy net got slow what can I do???12:59
varianttom_: are you registerd with nickserve?12:59
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varianttom_: you have to be to pm on this network12:59
tom_variant: please read this: http://pastebin.ca/336354 . It is a side note underneath the upgrade method involving manually editing the sources.list file.12:59
chiaratojrib: are you there bro!12:59
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QRZspacepod: I think you should be able to use your current ide drives.  Yes, dmraid can be a little tricky.  However, there are tutorials on the 'Net that explain it step by step.01:00
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lskd-255chiarato, how fast is it suppose to be?01:00
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varianttom_: that has nothing to do with what I was asking aidan to do01:00
QRZspacepod: I just built an Ubuntu server with 2 SATA II drives configured for RAID 1.  So far, working great!  :-)01:01
varianttom_: I was asking him to run dist-upgrade not upgrade01:01
tom_variant: it is possible aidan's system was corrupted following that method. Please stop suggesting it, not because I think its the best way, but because it's easier to mess somebody's system up.01:01
aidann stuck with tom's way01:01
spacepodQRZ:  using 6.06 or 6.10?01:01
tom_variant: but still, it is easier to mess up a system following that method.01:01
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siviktom: i have ever had a problem with it01:01
varianttom_: considering that he hasent managed to actualy run it yet I find that hard to beleive01:01
chiaratolskd-255 good question it used to be fast!01:01
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QRZspacepod: Dapper.  6.06, I think.01:01
varianttom_: only if you can't follow instructions01:01
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dirk_hey guys, I could use a little help with wifi and dhclient. It works fine on my home net however on almost every other net it fails01:02
varianttom_: please show me the original link where you got that text from01:02
lskd-255chiarato, have you reset your modem lately?  turn it off for about 3 mins, enough for the line to clearand reboot your computer and modem together01:02
chiaratolskd-255: used to click and open now click wait then open01:02
QRZspacepod: Yes, it is 6.06.01:02
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aidantom_ nered help01:02
lskd-255chiarato, mine was doing that about an hour and a half ago01:03
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chiaratolskd-255: I have wireless network adapter01:03
dirk_I can connect with iwconfig, but when i run dhclient it loses its connection and of course fails to acquire an ip01:03
spacepodQRZ: awesome.. what type of server are you running? fileserver, webserver?01:03
tom_variant: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DapperUpgrades#head-0171d3953a2ea19e9b4228bcd5cde3ecfb67f7af        Read "Extremely Important" underneath.01:03
varianttom_: nevermind i found it01:03
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QRZspacepod: Here's a tutorial that should help:  http://users.piuha.net/martti/comp/ubuntu/raid.html01:03
lskd-255chiarato, have you checked with a speed site01:03
dirk_does anyone have any idea why this would happen?01:03
aidantom_ need help stuck01:03
tom_variant: i'm just trying to help you help people better. don't take offense.01:03
chiaratolskd-255: I'm doing that right now!01:03
tom_aidan: what's up?01:03
spacepodsweet. thanks. heading there now01:03
QRZspacepod: It's a Webserver, DNS, Mailserver, and FTP server.01:03
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Zenith2007Hi everyone, hope everything's OK. I've after some noobie help please, just installed ubuntu, when I try to change resolution it only goes as high as 800x600, any ideas?01:04
lskd-255chiarato, dsl or broadband?01:04
varianttom_: I don't take offence. what makes you think I have? anyway, aidan is now asking for your help.01:04
pnmdirk_: what's the wireless card? a usb ralink chipset, by any chance?01:04
aidandid the gksudo "update-manager"01:04
QRZspacepod: The tutorial calls out SATA drives, but IDE should work fine.01:04
spacepodQRZ: cool deal. I'm attempting to setup a file server for our art department. was just going to use samba.01:04
aidancomes up with all these packages01:04
chiaratolskd-255: broadband01:04
variantaidan: click to install01:04
QRZspacepod: Sounds fun!01:04
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pnmdirk_: hmm.. I had that exact problem once, with a ralink card. Turned out that for some bizarre reason the card'01:05
tom_aidan: you enabled the "Breezy-Updates" repository as the guide suggested?01:05
pnmdirk_: was incompatible with a preempt kernel01:05
QRZMy new Ubuntu server will be replacing an old Mandrake 9.0 server that has been online 24/7 for about 4 years now.01:05
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dirk_well I've installed the new mad-wifi drivers01:05
chiaratolskd-255: it says download 4349kbps and up 305kbps??01:06
tom_aidan: if so, you should see a little tab at the top that says "new distribution available, dapper 6.06" something along those lines. you'll want to click upgrade.01:06
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lskd-255... that's not bad01:06
dirk_I've never had this problem with an atheros card before so I'm a little confused01:06
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Zenith2007HI folks, any one got any ideas on the resolution query I posted please? Highest option is 800x600 and was hoping it to be 1024x768.01:06
spacepodQRZ: yea i've been running two 6.10 test machines for about a month now. In the future I was going to try and set it up to handle vpn connections as well. however i'm not sure if i want to add that kind of access directly to the server.01:06
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aidanshould i change that list back to breezy01:06
chiaratolskd-255: did you get that?01:07
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QRZspacepod: Well, that's the beauty of Linux.  Endless possibilities...01:07
spacepodalso running xubuntu on the xbox :P01:07
lskd-255I've got 244.3 kbs01:07
QRZspacepod: nice!  :-)01:07
spacepodyea much better than that ms stuff :)01:08
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tom_aidan: i'm not sure it matters, but if it isn't working, don't change the sources.list file back to breezy, it can only mess things up more. you can't go backwards.01:08
pnmanyone know whether it's possible to extract a tar.gz archive in-place? I don't have space on my HD for the .tar.gz _and_ the extracted files01:08
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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/FixVideoResolutionHowto01:08
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Heterocephalusanyone using the the driver + blob for the intel ipw3945 wirelesscard?01:08
aidanso im screwed?>01:08
tom_aidan: i'm going to eat dinner right now, if you have any more problems, there's lots of people in here who have upgraded, and would be willing to help.01:08
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varianttom_: fyi, he did not run apt-get update successfully as there is some other issue with the current installed system. therefore you can revert sources.list back to breezy with no risk01:09
Zenith2007great thanks, I'll give it a read through and see if I can sort it out, see you again soon no doubt. cheers.01:09
lskd-255chiarato, bandwidthplace clocks me: Communications 2 megabits per second  Storage 244.3 kilobytes per second  1MB file download 4.2 seconds  Subjective rating Great01:09
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chiaratolskd-255: do you have any clue of what I can do to improve the speed of the browser cause' it was working fine yesterday?01:09
varianttom_: bailing out eh? ;)01:09
aidanwhats the cmd line for the list01:09
lskd-255chiarato, is that firefox?01:09
variantaidan: gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list01:10
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about myself - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:10
chiaratolskd-255: yes01:10
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chiaratolskd-255: the only thing I can remember doing lately is installing flashplayer 901:10
aidanvariant is there a way to fix the stupid erroe while runnig the distro update01:10
variantaidan: getting conflicting help from two different people is just as bad as bad advice from one person (if not worse) as tom_ seems to have gone afk, you can ask me for help or not01:11
chiaratolskd-255: after that the it got slow! where did you check your speed ??01:11
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variantaidan: it's an odd error indeed01:11
aidanill ask u for help01:11
aidanu seem to no what u are doin :P01:11
lskd-255chiarato, bandwidthplace clocks me: Communications 2 megabits per second  Storage 244.3 kilobytes per second  1MB file download 4.2 seconds  Subjective rating Great01:11
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variantaidan: yeah well you can never know, tom_ is quite right about the update manager, it is the "reccomended" way..01:12
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variantaidan: I just don't see any real issues with using the manual way.. I have never had aproblem and neither have i met anyone who has01:12
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aidani have lol01:12
variantaidan: :)01:12
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HighLifeHey I can't eject the disc in my dvd drive for this reason   umount: /media/cdrom0: device is busy, How can I force this thing to eject?01:13
chiaratolskd-255: I did it again and it shows 5577kbps and upload 285kbps?01:13
variantaidan: your issue seems to be something else01:13
aidanill log off and log back on01:13
sivikHighLife, that means you either have a terminal open to that folder or have a file manager open to that file01:13
variantaidan: so just to experiment type "sudo -i", enter your pass and then type "whoami" it should say root01:13
sivikHighLife, exit the folder, and then try the command again01:13
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lskd-255chiarato, that sounds good01:13
ubotump32ogg: Converts MP3 file to Ogg Vorbis. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.11-7 (edgy), package size 7 kB, installed size 64 kB01:13
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HighLifeOh alright I guess I have to many desktops :P01:13
sivikHighLife, probabl01:13
sivikHighLife, maybe01:13
pintashello, i am making a derivate of Ubuntu, can i distribute it freely without legal concerns?01:14
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chiaratolskd-255: I know but what confuses me is why takes so long to open up a page!!01:14
aidanyeah ok says that01:14
lskd-255chiarato, there is in firefox "about:config" which is the area for/to tweak01:14
variantaidan: and apt-get dist-upgrade works or not?01:14
variantaidan: sorry, apt-get update first01:14
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Kud|Does Ubuntu come bundled with a Usenet program?01:15
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aidanReading package lists... Done01:15
variantaidan: great.. did it spam some stuff to the screen?01:15
HighLifeNope I checked all of my desktops and I don't have a single file browser or terminal open01:15
HighLifeClosed them all and it still doesnt work01:15
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aidanyeah stuff like this01:15
aidanHit http://au.archive.ubuntu.com dapper-backports/restricted Packages01:16
aidanHit http://au.archive.ubuntu.com dapper-backports/universe Packages01:16
eXistenZwhy when formatting ext3 filesystem it takes about 2GB?01:16
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macdeXistenZ, thats called filesystem overhead.01:16
variantHighLife: you can use fuser command to find out what is holding a driver open, or you can force eject it but thats not a good idea01:16
chiaratolskd-255: I opened that up but does not make any sense to me!!!01:16
lskd-255chiarato, in "about:config"   look for an entry about network pipelining01:16
variantaidan: cool, when that is finnished run apt-get dist-upgrade01:16
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eXistenZmacd, Was ist das?01:16
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macdeXistenZ, its called file system overhead.01:17
aidan889 upgraded, 136 newly installed, 37 to remove and 2 not upgraded.01:17
aidanNeed to get 392MB/414MB of archives.01:17
aidanAfter unpacking 142MB of additional disk space will be used.01:17
aidanDo you want to continue [Y/n] ?01:17
lskd-255chiarato,  read this: http://forevergeek.com/open_source/make_firefox_faster.php01:17
LjLUbotu, tell aidan about paste | aidan, see the private message from Ubotu01:17
macdgo lookuo overhead, if you dont understand the contextual meaning.01:17
variantaidan: please don't spam like that01:17
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LjLeXistenZ, the filesystem needs space to store its own information - the inodes in the case of ext301:17
variantaidan: but that is good, press y to let it work01:17
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HighLifehow would I use fuser in this case?01:17
eXistenZmacd, How big is it? 3GB?01:17
aidani no but i cant be botherd learn b\ut the gay paste bun01:17
macdeXistenZ, it depends on the total size of the partition.01:18
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eXistenZmacd, about 35GB01:18
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macdeXistenZ, so what do you want to know, the 3gb is the space the filesystem needs for its own data, journals, etc.01:18
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LjLyeah, forgot the journal for ext3 too i guess01:19
variantHighLife: fuser /path/to/mountpoint should do it iirc01:19
Idempotencei have dual monitor with xinerma enabled. the problem is that when i press screen-cap, i get half the screen transparent png and only screen 1 shows. where do i set that?01:19
ugaritany recommendations for enterprise level managed linux services?01:20
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ardchoille42"The shell accepts human readable commands and translates them into something the kernel can read and process."  <-- So, is it safe to say the shell is a type of interpreter?01:20
macdugarit, you want support?01:20
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lskd-255chiarato,  did you get that?01:20
macdardchoille42, the shell is exactly that.01:20
Khemugarit: ubuntu01:20
macdKhem, more specifically cannonical.01:20
ardchoille42macd, Ah, thanks01:20
variantLjL: bah, you banned my user :) (not mine, but the one i was helping i mean :))01:20
Khemmacd: yep thats right01:21
ugaritI mean an ISP01:21
chiaratolskd-255: I was reading the page you sent me how do change to true?01:21
LjLardchoille42: a typical shell surely *is* an interpreter. for complex shells such as bash, that's even more apparent, since you can write full-blown programs using them01:21
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macdugarit, you need support for linux? someone to hold accountable commercially?01:21
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lskd-255double click01:21
ardchoille42LjL, I see. :)01:21
LjLvariant: sorry ;( he did quite ask for it though01:21
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variantLjL: yeah kinda01:21
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chiaratolskd-255: never mind double click duh!01:22
mitrovarrdoes anyone know where there's a good list of what the options on the kernel line in the menu.lst of grub do?01:22
HighLifeHmm when I do fuser /media/cdrom It gives me absolutly nothing01:22
variantLjL: tis np, was gettin a little tired anyway tbh :)01:22
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mitrovarrI'm trying to adjust the framebuffer console settings so I don't get blackscreens on a nvidia 880001:22
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DanZim having an issue when installing xubuntu-desktop, "the following packages have unmet dependencies:" "gamin: Conflicts: fam but 2.7.0-10ubuntu1 is not to be installed" "gimp-svg: depends: gimp (= 2.2.13=1ubuntu1) but 2.2.13-1ubuntu3 is to be installed."01:23
lskd-255chiarato,  don't do as it says  do a lesser number  30 sounds excessive01:23
ardchoille42"cat /etc/shells"  I had no idea we had all those shells in Ubuntu01:23
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eXistenZI have a partition to store mp3s, is it preferred to make it ext3 or ext2?01:23
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variantardchoille42: there are many more available01:23
mcphaileXistenZ: ext301:23
mitrovarrin particular, does anyone know what vga=ext does?01:24
ardchoille42variant, Really?01:24
chiaratolskd-255: like what?01:24
variantardchoille42: jupp01:24
ugaritmacd: I need to run a SaaS business on the internet and need a place to hold my data, I need root access01:24
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eXistenZmcphail, why?01:24
ardchoille42variant, I think I'll stick with bash until I master it, lol01:24
variantardchoille42: check the wikipedia article on bash, it should list alternative shells in a link at the bottom01:24
mcphaileXistenZ: much safer if your system crashes/power cut etc01:24
ardchoille42variant, I'll do that, thanks01:24
lskd-255chiarato I don't know, 8 maybe,  it's off by default so maybe even 4 is workiable01:24
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macdugarit, so you need a linux host, Id go with a dedicated priovider with managed hosting, rackspace isnt bad, Infolink is also good.01:24
variantardchoille42: there are some real benefits to switching, but yes, learn what you like and stick to what you prefer the most :)01:25
variantardchoille42: I tried a few shells but keep coming back to bash01:25
GoldfischI have a VIA EN15000 motherboard system with VIA's chrome graphics device. Are people using unichrome or openchrome to load dapper?01:25
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ardchoille42variant, I will try some others, just to see what I want :)01:25
HighLifeWhat effects could force ejecting have?01:25
variantardchoille42: try zsh.. it's quite popular i think01:25
lskd-255chiarato, do 30 and I can almost garauntee you'll be ignored01:25
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ardchoille42variant, Yeah, I have friends who swear by zsh and its features.01:26
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ugaritmacd thanks01:26
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chiaratolskd-255: l think so too I'll do 8 and see what happens :)01:26
HighLifeI think I may have to resort to that, how would I do that?01:26
the1337djsAnyone here know a good linux alternative to something like VirtualDJ?01:26
lskd-255chiarato, happy surfing@@01:27
lskd-255chiarato, happy surfing!!01:27
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the1337djsAnyone here know a good linux alternative to something like VirtualDJ?01:27
variantanyone tried tribal trouble on ubuntu? it's kinda fun (demo is anyway) a settlers clone i think01:27
HighLifeNo one knows how to force eject?01:27
the1337djshighlife: A disc?01:28
White_LightningI've got an ATI vid card, and editing xorg.conf doesn't seem to give me anything as far as resolution is concerned. Is there a different file I can edit to force up the resolution?01:28
variantHighLife: yes i do01:28
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the1337djshighlife: When you right click, click eject01:28
Ricketokay umm something just went wrong when i rebooted my ubuntu... every letter is now a box.01:28
the1337djshighlife: thats a force eject01:28
chiaratolskd-255: thanks bro I hope it works thanks again for the tip!!!01:28
lskd-255no problem01:28
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HighLifeNo I get umount: /media/cdrom0: device is busy01:28
HighLifeI need a better way01:28
the1337djsHighlife: Whats running?01:29
variantthe1337djs: there is a hole in the front of the cddrive that you can shove a pin in, that will push the tray out. you have to push quite hard01:29
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White_Lightningthere's always the paperclip through the manual hole01:29
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White_Lightningah variant said it01:29
the1337djsvariant: I didnt ask that question :P01:29
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mcphailHighLife: what about "sudo umount -l /media/cdrom"01:29
variantHighLife: there is a hole in the front of the cddrive that you can shove a pin in, that will push the tray out. you have to push quite hard01:29
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ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto01:29
AscI've got a question about acidrip - if I encode an uncompressed file and tell it to specify a file size of two-thirds the original, and the resulting file is one-third the size of the original, does that mean that it has been encoded losslessly or near-losslessly and the extra size wasn't necessary?01:29
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Asc(just throwing that out there in the offchance that anybody knows)01:29
the1337djsAnyone know an alternative to virtual dj?01:30
ardchoille42So, if you run "sh test.sh", and the test.sh file is 644, it doesn't need to be executable to run it? So, why make a script +x ?01:30
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variantAsc: lossless would be the same file size01:30
White_Lightningok so anyone know how to force up my resolution?01:30
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/FixVideoResolutionHowto01:30
variantAsc: lossless is just a container format01:30
Ascvariant: Unless the resulting file is compressed01:30
White_Lightningxorg.conf doesn't have any effect for some reason01:30
variantAsc: sort of01:31
HighLifeWell I did sudo unmount and tryed to eject the cd and that did not work01:31
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HighLifeso now I'm going to try the pin01:31
bruenigHighLife, eject /dev/hd?01:31
mcphailHighLife: umount-l?01:31
Ascvariant: Probably bad phrasing on my part.  By 'lossless' I mean that it hasn't undergone a noticeable/measurable reduction in quality.01:31
White_Lightningsee that's what I tried01:31
variantthe1337djs: you find one yet?01:31
Redhammer_the_Olsorry short question I cannot write to my ipod anymore01:31
White_Lightningchanging the values doesn't do anything with xorg.conf01:31
White_Lightningthat's why I'm confused01:31
bruenigHighLife, or eject /media/cdrom001:31
the1337djsvariant: Dj alternative? No01:31
White_Lightningsomething else HAS to be controlling it01:31
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Redhammer_the_Oli have change NOTHING on my sysytem and it worked a couple of days ago01:31
Redhammer_the_Olif I look at /etc/mtab it says01:32
ubotuPLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.01:32
Redhammer_the_Olit was only one word01:32
variantthe1337djs: there is one in particular.. i am just tryuing to get hte name01:32
HighLifeeject worked!01:32
White_Lightningit's a bot you don't have to apologize01:32
the1337djsvariant: Ive had 2 suggestions, 1 had a bad script. I didnt know how to install the other one01:32
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the1337djsvariant: one was jokosher, other was mixxx01:32
variantthe1337djs: ardour01:32
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Redhammer_the_Olthanks white lightning01:32
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Redhammer_the_Olso my etc/mtab says01:33
variantthe1337djs: http://www.ardour.org/01:33
HighLifeI'm back up thx a ton guys01:33
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Redhammer_the_Ol/dev/sdc2 /media/ipod vfat rw,nosuid,nodev,quiet,shortname=mixed,uid=1000,gid=1000,umask=077,iocharset=utf8 0 001:33
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bruenigWhite_Lightning kills the joke01:33
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the1337djsvariant: ty ill check it out no w01:33
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variantthe1337djs: I hope that is what you were looking for01:33
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about myself - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:33
White_Lightningstill funny01:33
Redhammer_the_Olwhich is the right UID and rw but I just cannot write to it01:33
the1337djsvariant: It looks good :) ty01:33
bruenigthat is harmless, you can do much better01:33
variantthe1337djs: ah, it's not a virtual mixing deck but..01:33
LjLWhite_Lightning: well, actually, it was mildly funny the first time01:33
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bruenigusing it to take political shots is even funnier, but getting kicked kind of nullifies the enjoyment01:34
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variantWhite_Lightning: the man command has a couple of good ones.. try "man woman" in a terminal01:34
the1337djsvariant: can you walk me through installation01:34
the1337djsvariant: I have no clue how to01:34
White_Lightninglol I love that one01:34
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White_LightningI just wish I could get my resolution higher01:34
White_LightningI've got it at 1280x76801:34
White_Lightningbut changing xorg doesn't give me any more options01:35
Redhammer_the_Olany ideas on the ipod write issue ?01:35
variantthe1337djs: here is the walk through: sudo apt-get install ardour-gtk01:35
variantthe1337djs: :)01:35
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White_Lightningeven having only the single resolution listed and taking 1280x768 right OFF doesn't fix it01:35
the1337djsvariant: lol. Thanks much01:35
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White_LightningI mean it should, theoretically, have only the one option for screen res right?01:35
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White_Lightningso why doesn't it follow it?01:35
White_Lightningwhat's controlling it?01:36
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variantWhite_Lightning: big brother01:36
lskd-255White_Lightning, what's the trouble?01:36
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lskd-255I bet it's your 'system config'01:36
White_LightningI wasnt to change my resolution from 1280x768 to 1.5 times that size01:36
mindstateanyone know of any remote blog tools? i've tried Drivel and BloGTK and neither work01:36
White_Lightningbut xorg.conf doesn't have any sway over it for some reason01:36
lskd-255apps/systemtools/system configuration01:36
White_LightningI'll look at that01:37
lskd-255rather config editor01:37
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nemo_playSay, how would I go about acquiring a more recent ubuntu kernel than 2.6.18 as of, oh, December-ish01:37
nemo_playbeen running into a USB bug01:37
lskd-255.............. /desktop/gnome/screen/default/0/resolution01:37
lskd-255it will load the res you want01:37
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White_Lightningwhere's that at01:37
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White_LightningI mean where's the app folder01:38
lskd-255apps/systemtools/config editor01:38
speedracer_hey all ... i'm really interested in installing beryl, but i'm not sure what I need.  I'm trying to read about Compiz, XGL, AIGLX and i'm not sure what I'm going to need to make beryl work  i have an integrated intel 84501:38
White_Lightningin etc?01:38
the1337djsvariant: i get an error when trying to run it01:38
variantthe1337djs: about jack?01:38
the1337djsvariant: yes01:38
the1337djsvariant: could not connect ot jack01:38
Ascnemo_play: google 'linux kernel archives'.  download, compile, and install.  Or you might be able to get whatever's in Feisty if you can find an apt-get god to tell you how.01:38
nemo_playAsc: that's the option I was more looking for.01:39
nemo_playbeen trying to avoid mucking with the distro more than I have to.01:39
macdmixing repos isnt a great idea ;)01:39
lskd-255gnome-panel applet............. you might need to access the system folder there with menu editor01:39
nemo_playIs my brother's laptop01:39
variantthe1337djs: sorry, I don't know how to fix it01:39
variantthe1337djs: will look into it01:39
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nemo_playAsc: I'd like to stick with "stable" but just get a kernel with the patch in it01:39
the1337djsvariant: okay, thanks. How did you know it was about jack?01:39
nemo_playAsc: hm. a backported patch would work too01:39
nemo_playAsc: ubuntu does those, right?01:39
lskd-255right click over applications and make the system tools folder visible01:39
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macdnemo_play, compiling a new kernel is not that bad, since the kernel configuration files would stay the same, you wouldnt have todo the mundayne config.01:40
Ascnemo_play: If you mean the ubuntu patches, I don't know how to go about doing that.01:40
Flannel!kernel | nemo_play01:40
ubotunemo_play: kernel is the core of the Ubuntu Operating System (named 'Linux') - see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Kernel.  You shouldn't have to compile one, but if you're convinced you do, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelCustomBuild01:40
lskd-255.............. /desktop/gnome/screen/default/0/resolution01:40
variantthe1337djs: cus i'm installing it too and got the same error :)01:40
the1337djsvariant: oh, lol :)01:40
variantthe1337djs: apt-get install jack qjackctl01:40
lskd-255White_Lightning, are you there?01:41
White_Lightningstill not finding it01:41
White_Lightningyeah but I can't find anything like that01:41
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White_Lightningis there just a direct location of the file?01:41
the1337djsvariant: says could not open lock file01:41
lskd-255configuration editor is a little program that is like the registry in winblows01:41
sivikthe1337djs, thats probably cause your already using apt-get or synaptic01:41
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White_Lightningbut I can't get it to run01:42
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mabusMy acx chipset card will work on ubuntu desktop, but not on ubuntu server. The module is loaded but there is an error with the firmware. Can anyone give me an idea as to how to fix this?01:42
lskd-255White_Lightning, you might need to enable it with the menu editor01:42
FlannelWhite_Lightning: you need to install gconf to get configuration editor01:42
the1337djssivik: no still comes up01:42
lskd-255right click on applications01:42
sivikthe1337djs, hum01:42
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lskd-255'edit menus'01:43
lskd-255find system tools and find in that config editor01:43
netsrothow do I set root pass?01:43
dwhsi1'evening - mplayer only plays audio, not video, of .wmv files... thoughts?01:43
lskd-255check mark that and close01:43
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lskd-255back to the app menu find it there and then find......01:44
White_Lightningah there we go01:44
lskd-255.............. /desktop/gnome/screen/default/0/resolution01:44
White_Lightningso where was the res thing01:44
variantthe1337djs: I have to go to bed now, check here for instructions though: www.ubuntustudio.com01:44
jpass1i was looking for some help. I'm relativly computer savy so I did spend time trying to find the answer01:44
jpass1but anyway....01:44
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jpass1i'm trying to set up my ubuntu on my laptop01:44
the1337djsvariant: thanks alot01:44
jpass1and set up for audio recording01:44
jpass1i've almost got it01:44
lskd-255see what that says01:44
Ascdwhsi1: you probably need the extra codecs - you can download them from the mplayer website.01:45
White_Lightningdesktop/gnome I've got, but the onl S I have is sound01:45
jpass1but when i run audacity it does not allow me to choose my sound card so I think i saw that I had to install alsa oss emulation...01:45
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jpass1so i did and then i read to launch audacity from the terminal....by doing aoss audacity01:45
jpass1and voila! my sound card is now listed ( i think) it says dev/dsp1 has been added to the list01:46
jpass1but when i hit record it immediatly crashses and says "killing hung audio thread"01:46
CarCase928hello, what is the command for deleting a directory? i forgot what it is.01:46
high-freqany ideas on gettin xchat to send/recieve via DCC....others can't send me nuttin for some reason01:46
Ascdwhsi1: It's also possible you could just install something called w32codecs, but I've not tried that without the mplayer extra codecs.01:46
CarCase928thank you01:46
jpass1so...i read that i need to ad my user to the audio group01:46
jpass1i did  ID in the terminal and a list came up and it noted (9)audio so I assume i'm already included in the audio group01:47
netsrotI wasn't asked about any root pass during install, am I suposed to set it after and how?01:47
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Flannelnetsrot: you don't.  Ubuntu doesn;t use the root account01:47
Flannel!sudo | netsrot01:48
ubotunetsrot: sudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.01:48
netsrotok thanks01:48
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CarCase928how do i share my internet connection without a router?01:48
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jpass1why don't you hook your router to your internet connection?01:49
jpass1then plug your computer to your raouter?01:49
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CarCase928i don't have one anymore, i bricked it01:49
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jpass1the router?01:49
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jpass1i guess i don't understand the question01:49
jpass1you are trying to shrae your internet connection with a router?01:50
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jpass1that you don't have?01:50
lskd-255CarCase928, do you have a modem attached?01:50
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lskd-255or was the router a modem type01:50
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CarCase928lskd-z55: yes, i have the modem plugged into the computer01:51
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jpass1anyone use audacity with a second sound card on ubuntu?01:51
CarCase928lskd-255: yes, i do01:51
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jpass1car, how did you get audacity to notice your sound card?01:52
jpass1i have actually acheived that by doing aoss audacity in terminal01:52
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jpass1then i can select dev/dsp1 now01:52
lskd-255CarCase928, I have no router and a modem,  I have no card either......... I took the cat5 out of the modem and had a usb plug adapter that ahd a cat5 connection on it..... linksys make those01:52
jpass1before it would use my sound card on the laptop which blows01:52
NkZ#Greetings: I just installed my HP PS1400, I wanted to know if there is any aplication that would let me configurate it (Cartridge management, clean up cartridges, alieate them)01:52
jpass1now atleast it lists my second sound card01:52
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jpass1but when i change it in perferences then try to record01:53
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lskd-255CarCase928, I often times type slow, sorry :\01:53
jpass1it immediatly crashes and says "killing hung audio thread"...."killed"01:53
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jpass1so i read that i may need to include my user in the audio group01:53
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jpass1so i found that you can type "id" in the terminal window01:53
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jpass1and it comes up with a list01:53
nexeusis there any1 that can help me with mplayer Cline  use01:53
jpass1and it appears my user is part of the audio group but i can't tell for certain01:54
jpass1maybe that is what i need to ask01:54
NkZ#Greetings: I just installed my HP PS1400, I wanted to know if there is any aplication that would let me configurate it (Cartridge management, clean up cartridges, alieate them) Anyone knows?01:54
jpass1how do i determine if my user is part of the audio group?01:54
White_LightningI can't find any screen or display settings anywhere in the configuration editor01:54
dirk_ok I'm back does anyone out there have an atheros wirless card?01:54
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dirk_I can get a connection at home but not anywhere else01:54
CarCase928lskd-255: what i want to turn my computer into a router, i have a network hub, but that requires a computer with a shared internet connection to work. it is possible to chare the internet connection on windows with ICS (Internet Connection Sharing), but i want to know if i can do the same on ubuntu.01:54
ZambeziHave anyone here used a virutal installation of Windows on Ubuntu?01:54
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dirk_not sure why, someone said it might be wpa01:55
CarCase928lskd-255: i want to01:55
dirk_any ideas?01:55
nexeusis there any1 that can help me with mplayer Comandline  option01:55
jriffleis "50276"  50 MB or 50 kilobytes? /dev/sda3                67745     13855     50276  22% /boot01:55
jpass1dirk, maybe the netowork you are trying to connect to is requires a key01:55
jpass1are you sure the network is open?01:55
Rude-Boyjpass1, I am a newbie too, but I located this thread via Google01:55
lskd-255yes, ubuntu can do anything windows does01:55
jpass1if it works at home01:56
Picijpass1: grep <user> /etc/group01:56
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dirk_none of the networks I trie to connect to have any encryption01:56
jpass1pici THANKS!01:56
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lskd-255<---  I need dinner01:56
nemo_playI agree with ubotu  I shouldn't have to compile one01:56
RicketThis should be an easy question for you Ubuntu users: how do I make a program automatically run in the background when I start up my computer?01:56
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nemo_playI only need one tiny patch in the main branch, I don't want to have to worry about any module conflicts it will generate. I'd like it all to just work as a distro ought01:57
CarCase928lskd-255: if ubuntu can do anything that windows does, i guess it can share the internet connection01:57
cablesm102Ricket, what do you mean, the background?01:57
jpass1pici, so i see audio:x:29:jesse01:57
jpass1i'm assuming that means i'm setup for audio group01:57
nemo_playgiven gentoo and fedora are on 2.6.18 - surely that one must be available somewhere for ubuntu just by tweaking something in apt-get no?01:57
Ricketcablesm102: well ignore that part then. just, how do i make a program run when i start up the computer?01:57
NkZI just installed my HP PS1400, I wanted to know if there is any aplication that would let me configurate it (Cartridge management, clean up cartridges, alieate them) Anyone knows?01:57
jpass1pici, do you use Audacity at all?01:58
Picijpass1: no, sorry I dont01:58
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Rude-BoyRicket,  I followed directions for editing /etc/init.d/bootmisc.sh  - adding the command line you want to execute near the botom before the very last line of code will make it run on startup, apparently01:58
lskd-255carcase,    sharing .......... http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=9137001:58
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cablesm102Ricket, go to System>Preferences>Sessions, go to the Startup Programs tab, hit Add, and type in the name of the program.01:58
Rude-Boythere you go, lol  i'm a noob01:58
nexeusricket: conky is the word i think01:58
Ricketcablesm102: thanks01:58
jpass1my problem was that audacity was not recognizing my second soudn card. now when i figured i needed alsa oss emulation or soemthing....it now notices a second sound card...i think01:58
Ricketnexeus: conky??01:58
laserbeak43how do i edit a file in root mode on edubuntu without using comman propt?01:58
nexeusdesktop applet01:58
jpass1does dev/dsp and dev/dsp1 mean two differnt sound cards?01:58
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laserbeak43command prompt01:58
CryoniqAnyone know a dictionary program working with gnome that can translate Romaji-English and the reversed?01:59
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cablesm102laserbeak43, you need to make a "launcher" that runs the command "gksudo gedit"01:59
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laserbeak43how do i do that cablesm102?01:59
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CryoniqThat is Japanese Romaji<->English...02:00
jriffleif i type df /boot and it shows /dev/sda3 =   67745     13855     50276  22% /boot is 50276 = 50 MB or 50 Kbyte ?02:00
White_Lightningwhile I look for the solution on my own here, does anyone know if there's a way to change the background color during the splash screen?02:00
joseljhi everybody02:00
RicketAnother question: how do I make Ubuntu's keyboard shortcuts manager recognize special keyboard keys? (I'm using a multimedia keyboard, with a log off button, and i want it to lock screen on press...)02:00
cablesm102laserbeak43, right click on the desktop and hit Create Launcher. Fill in the name (how 'bout "root gedit") and for the command, use gksudo gedit.02:00
laserbeak43cool thanks02:01
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cablesm102laserbeak43, you can then drag it wherever you want, including panels02:01
CryoniqRicket: You checked if your keyboard is under System->Preferences->Keyboard? =)02:01
joseljdoes anyone know if there is program for ubuntu like locknote?02:01
CryoniqRicket: under gnome that is02:01
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cablesm102laserbeak43, I'm wrong... you have to right click on the panel and click Add To Panel and make a launcher that way if you want it to be on the panel.02:02
CryoniqRicket: there was a ton of keyboards listed in there to choose from when I looked at it last time. It didnt have Logitech G15 for me though, but I choose another multimedia logitech and super key etc started working for me then :)02:02
laserbeak43cablesm102 thanks a lot02:03
laserbeak43that is really nice02:03
CarCase928how do i install windows drivers on ubuntu?02:03
nexeusI need help with mplayer any1 plz02:03
cablesm102CarCase928, you can do that for wireless, and that's about it.02:03
RicketCryoniq: any idea how to add keyboards? Mine isn't there, I'm not sure if any other keyboard has as many keys as this one :)02:03
cablesm102nexeus, why don't you tell us the problem?02:03
nemo_playCryoniq: you should ask in #nihongo02:04
CarCase928thank you02:04
netsrotwhen I use the package manager and try to remove all open office stuff I get error, isn't it possible to remove?02:04
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Cryoniqthanks nemo_play :)02:04
nemo_playCryoniq: but anyway, there's one for KDE and one for Gnome02:04
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nemo_playCryoniq: the Gnome one was written in ruby, the KDE one is called Kiten02:04
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NkZHow can I use the HP PSC 1410 Scanner?02:04
nexeuscablesm102,  i try to player mkv vid on mplayer comand line02:04
cablesm102!ubuntu-desktop | netsrot02:05
ubotunetsrot: k/ed/x/ubuntu-desktop is a metapackage. It depends upon other packages and brings them in; you can safely remove it, but it is recommended that you re-install it when upgrading.02:05
nemo_playalright. given lack of familiarity with kernel updates here, guess I'll wander off. later y'all02:05
joseljdoes anyone know how can i add/modify  mime types?02:05
CryoniqAh.. I am learning japanese so now when I fully migrated to Linux I was thinking that such things must exist surely :P02:05
cablesm102nemo_play, what's the issue?02:05
NkZHow can I access any HP PSC 1410 manager to let me clean cartridges and align them?02:05
nemo_playCryoniq: s/KDE/Qt s/Gnome/GTK/02:05
nemo_playcablesm102: would like a 2.6.18 kernel without having to build my own02:05
cablesm102NkZ, use a Windows computer02:05
nemo_playcablesm102: there's a USB flaw that was fixed last summer02:05
LjLnemo_play, no, a new kernel is not available as a package for Edgy. it is for Feisty02:05
nexeuscablesm102, I use mplayer -slang en *.mkv but font has gone super size lol02:06
CryoniqWatashiwa sukoshi nihongo ga wakarimasu :)02:06
cablesm102nexeus, I don't know how to do it, I was just suggesting that you tell the problem to everyone else.02:06
nemo_playCryoniq: you really should hang out in #japanese ;)02:06
NkZCablesm102 I rather cut off my genitals. :-P02:06
LjLnemo_play: there's absolutely no guarantees that the Feisty kernel will work on Edgy - actually, chances are it won't. see perhaps in #ubuntu+1 if someone has ever tried that02:06
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nemo_playLjL: sooo, feisty is the Ubuntu-speek for unstable branch?02:06
cablesm102NkZ, I completely understand you... but you'll have to endure the pain.02:06
LjLnemo_play: currently, yes02:06
ubotuWink is a Tutorial and Presentation creation software, primarily aimed at creating tutorials on how to use software. Using Wink you can capture screenshots, add explanations boxes, buttons, titles etc and generate a highly effective tutorial for your users || http://www.debugmode.com/wink/02:06
nemo_playLjL: that's the sorta stuff that bugs me. his machine is using a lot of wierd stuff02:06
LjLUbotu, tell nemo_play about feisty | nemo_play, see the private message from Ubotu02:06
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cablesm102nemo_play, no... it's the codename for the next stable version. I guess right now you could call it that...02:07
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nemo_playLjL: Nvidia graphics card, ethernet card and network card02:07
boricuaanyone here used wink  not sure what file to send to share presentation02:07
NkZCablesm102 the "Scan" button will work? Or, is there any way to align the cartridges? If I have to do it through terminal I will.02:07
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LjLnemo_play: ethernet card and network card? =)02:07
cablesm102damn enter key02:07
nemo_playcablesm102: so, how far is this thing from stabilising.02:07
NkZBut I don't wanna become a Windozer again.02:07
joseljdoes anyone know how can i add/modify  mime types?02:07
nemo_playLjL: some stupid nvidia invention.  I think it is like a combo chip02:07
cablesm102nemo_play, it's scheduled for release in April02:07
CryoniqFeisty Fawn.. that makes me think of Leroy Jenkins: "At least I got chicken" :P02:07
nemo_playLjL: He's using an eMachine I picked up for 300 bucks02:07
St3althyhey what user and group does the webserver use for ubuntu02:07
St3althynobody and??02:08
cablesm102!feisty | nemo_play02:08
ubotunemo_play: The next version of Ubuntu (7.04; codenamed "Feisty Fawn"), it should be released in April 2007. At the moment it is alpha. Schedule: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FeistyReleaseSchedule - Specifications (goals): https://features.launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/feisty - Help in #ubuntu+102:08
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krangI just played a video that told me "too many packets in video buffer" and killed my sound. How do I get it back? I assume I just have to restart some service or the other02:08
Cryoniq!Windows Vista is the devil02:08
LjLnemo_play: oh. well anyway, if the Ubuntu install is a fresh install with nothing important on it, i guess you've got nothing to lose by just trying and sticking the Feisty kernel on it02:08
FantasticFoowhat app do you guys recommend for playing music in linux?02:08
LjL!players | FantasticFoo02:08
ubotuFantasticFoo: 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 !codecs02:08
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cablesm102FantasticFoo, Amarok is good02:08
nemo_playLjL: I'm remote.  I really can't screw up his machine from 4000km away02:08
NkZFantasticFoo: Try XMMS02:09
nemo_playAudacious kicks ass02:09
nexeusIm using mplayer -slang en filename.mkv in terminal for subtitle movie but the font has gone very large anyone know how to change it back to normal ?????02:09
nemo_playlike XMMS only actually maintained02:09
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FantasticFooNkZ: i use that currently, just wondered if there was anything better02:09
NkZI like XMMS02:09
nemo_playplus, is both in apt-get and they have official ubuntu packages now02:09
gnuwteyhi... i'm trying to mount an xfs hard drive onto ubuntu...help!02:09
nemo_playXMMS is ancient02:09
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LjLnemo_play: hm, i see. well, i can positively say that there's no kernel package newer than 2.6.17 that's anywhere near guaranteed to work with Edgy, sorry02:09
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NkZAncient Is good.02:09
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gnuwteyoh, btw, i'm using dapper drake02:10
nemo_playLjL: Aight, so I'll tell him his choices are to have USB die randomly 'till April, or take a chance on unstable02:10
frogzooFantasticFoo: try audacious02:10
frogzoo!audacious | FantasticFoo02:10
ubotuFantasticFoo: A !repository for the Audacious audio player now exists: see http://audacious-media-player.org/Downloads02:10
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nexeusIm using mplayer -slang en filename.mkv in terminal for subtitle movie but the font has gone very large anyone know how to change it back to normal ?????02:10
cablesm102!windows | nemo_play02:10
ubotunemo_play: For help with Microsoft Windows, please visit ##windows or your nearest mental health institute. See http://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+bug/1 http://linux.oneandoneis2.org/LNW.htm and !equivalents02:10
cablesm102i guess that was uncalled for, sorry02:10
LjLnemo_play: or do a kernel compile, i guess02:10
thommarquHello room, I am running Ubuntu Dapper and just did a port scan on my machine with nmap. It shows windows ports such as microsoft-ds port 445 and and netbios-ssn port 139. Any reason this could be happining??02:10
St3althyhey anyone here know what group NOBODY is apart of?02:10
nemo_playLjL: yeah, but that one would almost certainly kill his networking and video02:11
nemo_playLjL: and require updating more than I want to try doing from here02:11
alex777I have a problem with a sata hdd02:11
nemo_playthommarqu: you running Samba?02:11
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Ricketman there is just one, maybe two keys on my keyboard that aren't recognized... and they're the most useful lol: log off and sleep02:11
LjLnemo_play: well, just keep in mind that Feisty *is* unstable, meaning that it's quite possible for updates to break little things like X02:11
alex777my bios sees the new sata hdd, but ubuntu doesn't02:11
Cryoniq0o there is a gnome mud client.. havent played MUD since.. ages..02:11
nemo_playLjL: due to the unstable thing I'm also worried about more esoteric drivers like his not making it out, immediately.02:12
cablesm102I'm having an issue with sound. My fn-volume keys on my laptop control the Master volume, and I can't find a way to change it to my Headphone volume. Can anyone help?02:12
Cryoniqbrings back sweet memories of tons of keycombos of n e w s to get somewhere :P02:12
alex777I have an Intel D865GLC mobo02:12
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gnuwteyi'm trying to mount an xfs drive onto dapper drake02:12
crimsuncablesm102: pastebin (see topic) the output from ``lspci -nv''02:12
thommarquwell this machine is actually my dads :) I am not sure what he is running but how can I find out? I actually did a port scan on our LAN and found these ports. I thought someone was using our connection since we have no windows machine in the house. I did ip addr on his machine and found out his LAN ip was showing up with these windows ports.02:13
Yashirohiya ppl02:13
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Yashirocan someone help me to make beryl work?02:13
xhaann e ne n e se in down e se... :p02:13
frogzooYashiro: beryl 'just works'02:13
jribSt3althy: http://ftp.debian.org/doc/base-passwd/users-and-groups.html02:13
Yashiroi followed this guide http://wiki.beryl-project.org/wiki/Install_Beryl_on_Ubuntu_Edgy_with_AIGLX#Enable_AIGLX_.26_Configure_the_X_server02:13
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Yashiroand it didn't work02:13
cablesm102crimsun, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3772/02:13
frogzooYashiro: what vid card?02:13
Drewbyhey guys02:14
Yashiroati radeon xpress 200m02:14
bruenig!hi | Drewby02:14
ubotuDrewby: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!02:14
DrewbyI need some help installing ubuntu on an Inspiron E150502:14
frogzooYashiro: for ati, you have to use xgl with beryl02:14
nexeusYashiro, no chance use xgl02:14
nemo_playLjL: one more thing, being new to ubuntu.  once Feisty is released, will auto-updating be possible, or will it require manual changes or a CD?02:14
Drewbyubotu: Hello, thank you.02:14
bruenig!thanks | Drewby02:14
crimsuncablesm102: and the output from ``cat /proc/asound/modules''02:14
ubotuDrewby: You're welcome! But keep in mind I'm just a bot ;-)02:14
nemo_play... manual repo changes02:14
nexeusYashiro, http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=16861802:14
DrewbyAnd I feel like a jackass02:14
Yashironexeus: i'll check02:15
frogzooubotus is a bot?02:15
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bruenigDrewby, little more specific on your help02:15
LjLnemo_play: there's an updater tool (changing the repos manually is not quite recommended... can be done, but sometimes it breaks things)02:15
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LjLUbotu, tell nemo_play about upgrade | nemo_play, see the private message from Ubotu02:15
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riotkittieubotu is my daddy02:15
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about is my daddy - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:15
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cablesm102crimsun, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3773/02:15
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DrewbyIt say that I need to install using the 686 kernel02:16
kazuka2hey riotkittie02:16
Drewbyand uninstall the 386 kernel02:16
kazuka2riotkittie: hi02:16
Hansin321hello ubotu02:16
gnuwteyubotu, mount. xfs. drive. can't.02:16
kazuka2hey Hansin32102:16
riotkittiehey kazuka202:16
nemo_playLjL: thanks. alrighty. good enough for now. later y'all02:16
CryoniqI saw a program called Icemon and the description made me belive it was a monitor application for icecream manufacturing.. lol02:16
Yashironexeus: i have this driver OpenGL version string: 2.0.6174 (8.31.5)02:16
nexeuswhat player can i use to play mkv file with subs on02:16
kazuka2riotkittie: asl pls02:16
crimsuncablesm102: do your volume hotkeys also have LEDs attached for mute/vol up/down?02:16
DrewbyBut as of this momen I am having trouble even getting it to finish loading when I click start or instelal ubuntu.02:16
dimeoubotu tell me about the bush conspiracy to take over the world, please02:16
Cryoniq<--- njeewb :D02:16
sivikdimeo, whats this taking over the world bs you speak of02:16
riotkittiedid i just get asl'ed? here? seriously?02:17
nexeusYashiro,  try glxinfo02:17
nemo_playoh. and FantasticFoo - Audacious double plus good02:17
riotkittieok. thats my cue to flee02:17
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kazuka2pls asl02:17
cablesm102crimsun, no. They show up in System>Prefs>Keyboard Shortcuts, but there's no option for what volume to change, and my soundcard seems to control headphone and speaker volume separately.02:17
Yashironexeus: direct rendering: yes :D02:17
kazuka2riotkittie: asl pls02:17
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FantasticFoonemo_play cool02:17
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crimsuncablesm102: no, I mean does your laptop itself have LEDs for volume?02:17
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Yashironexeus: server glx vendor string: SGI02:18
crimsuncablesm102: like a mute on/off indicator LED02:18
cablesm102crimsun, no. I was just mentioning some other stuff as well.02:18
nexeusYashiro,  ?? SGi02:18
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DrewbyHow can I install using only the 686 kernel?02:18
kazuka2riotkittie: asl pls02:18
Yashironexeus: dunno what it means =p02:18
gnuwteycan someone pleeeeeeease help me?02:18
kazuka2im out02:18
gnuwteyotherwise i'll go to the forums02:18
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Yashironexeus: i'll pastebin my glxinfo02:18
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gnuwtey(mounting an xfs drive on dapper drake)02:19
nexeusYashiro, u have ati card yes/no02:19
Yashironexeus: i'm in my compaq presario v2417LA02:19
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nexeusYashiro,  get flgrx in xorg.conf http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=143283&highlight=ati+driver02:20
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crimsuncablesm102: sec.02:20
DigitalNinjais there a way to rip a dvd and keep the menu?02:20
Yashironexeus: i have fglrx 8.31.502:20
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adamonline45 I want to run a simple CGI counter on my server.  I'm using a chroot'ed 'jail', so only the directory /www and its subdirectories are seen by the http daemon.  Is there a way to compile a shell script so that it can be run in a standalone fashion, without having to duplicate my /dev, /bin, /sbin, etc. directories into /www/dev, /www/bin, /www/sbin, etc. directories?02:20
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mabusMy acx chipset card will work on ubuntu desktop, but not on ubuntu server. The module is loaded but there is an error with the firmware. Can anyone give me an idea as to how to fix this?02:21
nexeusYashiro, use these up until u get only ati when doing flgrxinfo02:21
dimeodigitalninja  k9copy02:21
Yashironexeus: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3774/02:21
dimeocheck the keep menu option02:21
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riotkittieis it safe yet? <looks around>02:22
dimeoalways is... if anyone steps outta line they get beaten with a fish02:22
crimsuncablesm102: does the following command help?  ``kill $(lsof -t /dev/dsp* /dev/snd/*) && sudo modprobe -r $(lsmod |grep ^snd|awk '{print $1}') && sudo modprobe snd-intel8x0 ac97_quirk=hp_only''02:22
cablesm102crimsun, before I run it, can I ask you what it does?02:23
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dimeowow thats a mouthfull crimsun02:23
frogzooadamonline45: you just need the libraries: ldd `which bash`02:23
high-freqanyone know where to get the Indeo Video codec for xine or aviplay or mplayer or sumtin?02:23
cablesm102The problem isn't hardware, it's the fact that my volume control buttons control the wrong slider in the volume control.02:23
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dimeocable: reformats your system?!02:23
nexeusYashiro,  how you lauch beryl02:23
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crimsuncablesm102: kills all programs accessing the sound devices, unloads the sound drivers, and reloads the sound drivers with a specific headphone-only option.02:23
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Drewbyuuhh guys02:23
DigitalNinjadimeo: Yes! I've used that in the past.02:23
Yashironexeus: alt+F2 -> beryl-manager02:23
Bottazzoanyone know any software that make a way to put a video in wallpaper ? like windows vista system ?02:24
dimeodigital: first time I did I made the mistake of not checking the keep menus option.. duh02:24
adamonline45frogzoo: You mean, I _should_ just add the libraries into /www, so they can be seen by the daemon?02:24
riotkittievideo in wallpaper? ew.02:24
cablesm102crimsun, that's not what I want to do. I just want to set the buttons to operate a different slider in Volume Control. However, I'll do it, provided its effect only lasts until I reboot it.02:24
nexeusYashiro,  and you get what sort of prob with it02:24
Yashiroit just don't start02:24
Yashiroi don't get splash screen02:24
dimeoI also learned that right clicking on a DVD to make an iso and burning that ... well it doesn't work that easy =)02:24
crimsuncablesm102: gnome 2.18 has that functionality.02:24
Yashiroif i force it, i get no window border02:24
cablesm102crimsun, is that in Edgy?02:25
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DigitalNinjadimeo: Are the DVD movies bigger then a normal DVD (4.5gb)?02:25
crimsuncablesm102: no, in feisty.02:25
cablesm102crimsun, I mean Feisty02:25
dimeodigital: can often be02:25
crimsuncablesm102: but your quirk is known for certain system IDs.02:25
dimeoyou can try xdvdshrink02:25
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qoshey guys02:25
cablesm102!hi | qos02:25
ubotuqos: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!02:25
riotkittiedoh. i need to install herd 2 and update to 3.02:25
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frogzooadamonline45: well if it was me I wouldn't be running cgis from a bash script, but anywhere the linker will find them is fine02:26
nexeusYashiro, did you get xgl run02:26
dimeoubotu is showing favoritism?02:26
jribBottazzo: you could do mplayer -fs -rootwin ...02:26
crimsunriotkittie: waiting for 3 is preferred02:26
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DigitalNinjadimeo: I think the last time I used k9copy I couldn't fit the menu on the 4.5GB DVD02:26
Bottazzojrib, what this command do ?02:27
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Yashironexeus: when i used 6.06 it worked pretty fine02:27
cablesm102Does anyone else here think that the bootup time of Ubuntu seems long just because usplash doesn't move evenly? It should just use average times to move the bar after the first boot.02:27
dimeodigital:  you can backup the core part and drop the features... that can help sometime02:27
jribBottazzo: what you asked02:27
qosafter my last update (beryl and libgtk was updated) beryl doesn't run anymore. firefox is absolutly slow and runs with 100% cpu capacity. does anyone know where to search the problem?02:27
Drewbybye all02:27
DrewbyI'll contact you all later02:27
adamonline45frogzoo: I got five listings in response to that query.  Do you know what I should do with those? Install them, copy them? Which language would you recommend? I don't know perl; is C acceptable by your standards?02:27
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DrewbyWhen I can more precisely explain the problem.02:27
riotkittiebye Drewby02:27
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jribBottazzo: you might need to stop nautilus from controlling the desktop though, not sure02:28
Asccablesm102: could be.  I disable the splash and it seems to boot pretty quickly.02:28
crimsuncablesm102: that will fall over if any part of the boot process subsequently changes.02:28
frogzooadamonline45: perl is good02:28
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Asccablesm102: Of course, I haven't used the splash since I worked how to disable it around 5.1002:28
cablesm102crimsun, maybe some sort of movement smoothing thing?02:28
frogzooadamonline45: you need to copy the libraries across, easiest is so they have the same path within the chroot as where they came from02:28
nexeusYashiro, r u using edgy02:28
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crimsuncablesm102: write a specification :)02:29
sladencablesm102: could you file that as a recommendation02:29
Bottazzojrib, ow.. so complex =/ .. i ll forget this .. =[02:29
Lam__i have a small amount of files in hdb1, and i want to image them to hdd1 in a manner similar to RAID 1, but still be able to store other, extra files on hdd1. is that possible?02:29
jribBottazzo: well it's a neat gimmick.  Not really complex, just that command I gave you.  I think it's pointless though, but then again I never see my desktop :)02:30
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digitizeFor some odd reason amarok completely broke after crashing, I can no longer run it. So naturally I proceded to reinstalling it, only to find a problem. In order to reinstall it, I have to remove kubuntu desktop as well, something I do not want to do just to fix amarok. Any suggestions as to fixing this are greatly appreciated.02:30
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cablesm102digitize, do you have AAC files in your library?02:31
riotkittiedigitize: are you getting any error message ?02:31
mrpeenut24hey i just recently installed ubuntu and am trying to get some drivers working (i've been using suse)02:31
digitizecablesm102: nope02:31
frogzoodigitize: run it from terminal & see where it craps out02:31
digitizefrogzoo: nothing :(02:31
crimsuncablesm102: (awaiting feedback regarding above suggestion)02:31
digitizeriotkittie: nope02:31
frogzoodigitize: k, strace amarok02:31
cablesm102digitize, delete the config files from wherever they are02:31
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cablesm102crimsun, how do I do that? Launchpad?02:31
nexeusYashiro,  u will have to check for the beryl forum for an answer02:31
Bottazzojrib, yes but i m so noob in linux.. i need x server .. i cant live without it =P02:32
crimsuncablesm102: I'm referring to the sound issue.02:32
adamonline45frogzoo: alright, I can do that.  Are there security implications with using BASH scripts? All I want is something like "count=cat 'counter.txt'; count += 1; echo count > counter.txt"... I know, that's faulty, but it's the jist of it...02:32
mrpeenut24im having trouble configuring an elantech touchpad, and see that a couple others on the forums are as well, however there seem to be no answers02:32
crimsuncablesm102: and yes, via launchpad02:32
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codii'm running sudo chown user file in terminal and not getting an error, but it's having no effect02:32
digitizefrogzoo: hey, i'm getting stuck on this...02:32
Yashironexeus: do you have the url?02:32
jribBottazzo: I don't understand02:32
digitizewaitpid(15781, 0xbfca51f0, WNOHANG)     = 002:32
digitizenanosleep({0, 100000}, NULL)            = 002:32
nexeusYashiro,  http://wiki.beryl-project.org/wiki/Install_Beryl_on_Ubuntu_Edgy_with_XGL02:32
frogzoodigitize: what is pid 15781 ?02:32
cablesm102crimsun, after this disables everything except headphones, how do I undo that.02:32
Yashironexeus: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=291464 <-- read this, i'm not the only one D:!02:33
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jribBottazzo: if you want to try it out, I have some time and can guide you step by step in #ubuntu-classroom02:33
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Bottazzojrib, sorry, im brazilian.. i dont speak english so much..02:33
jribBottazzo: eu falo portugues tambem :)02:33
cablesm102crimsun, there should have been a ? after my previous message02:33
crimsuncablesm102: it shouldn't disable _everything except headphone_. It binds Headphones to Master.02:33
Bottazzojrib,  auhaiuahuiaha02:33
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cablesm102crimsun, thanks02:33
digitizefrogzoo: it's not listed02:33
cablesm102crimsun, if it breaks stuff, what should I do?02:33
cablesm102I'm sorta scared :)02:34
frogzooadamonline45: when it comes to security, I recommend nothing02:34
crimsuncablesm102: repeat the above command but remove the ac97_quirk parameter and value02:34
Bottazzojrib, vamo naquela sala entao02:34
adamonline45frogzoo: understandable :)  perhaps a third-party counter will suffice...02:34
codieven chmod commands aren't having any effect, what does the little lock icon overtop of a file icon mean?02:34
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sivikcodi: what are you trying to do with it?02:35
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frogzoodigitize: k, as someone suggested delete the .azureus folder/settings02:35
codichange the ownership and permissions, either or actually.02:35
Josh_123Hello, I was wondering if somebody could help me with my Boot problem. The problem (from what I have found by searching on the internet) is that the ide-generic driver is loading before the ata_piix driver which is required for my sata hard drive causing linux not to load. If somebody could point me in the right direction for reordering the drivers somehow, that would be great!02:35
digitizefrogzoo and cablesm102 ty, i'll give del the conf a try02:35
mrpeenut24anyone else use an elantech touchpad with some success?  or can point me to some help?02:36
crimsuncablesm102: it shouldn't break anything. Your Dell is known to require it.02:36
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cablesm102crimsun, thanks02:36
codii need to change the group privaleges to allow write, or the ownership of the file02:36
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cablesm102crimsun, how do i make it permanent?02:36
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frogzoo!permissions | codi02:36
ubotucodi: 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 Linux02:36
crimsuncablesm102: I'll take care of that part.02:36
vote4arealclownis there a firestarter like app for ubuntu?02:36
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crimsuncablesm102: (for feisty)02:36
codieither should work, and i use terminal to do it, looks like it worked, but doesn't change the permission02:36
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frogzoovote4arealclown: yes, it's called firestarter02:37
xhaanchown <user>:<group> <filename>02:37
cablesm102!firestarter | vote4arealclown02:37
ubotuvote4arealclown: Ubuntu, like any other linux distribution, has firewall capabilities built-in. The firewall is managed using the 'iptables' command (see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo), or GUI applications such as Firestarter (Gnome) or Guarddog (KDE).02:37
codii know how to change permissions, i'm wondering why it's not having an effect02:37
crimsuncablesm102: echo "options snd-intel8x0 ac97_quirk=hp_only" |sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base02:37
vote4arealclownthanks dudes!02:37
amonkeywhen i right click on window titles, i can't see the "send to workspace x" or "move to right" or any of that fun stuff. how do i fix that?02:37
frogzoocodi: use ls -l to check the ownership of the file02:37
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cablesm102crimsun, it broke sound entirely... how do I fix that?02:38
cablesm102crimsun, i haven't run the echo command yet. Do I need to do that now?02:38
crimsuncablesm102: are you sure it's broken? i.e., everything should be unmuted.02:38
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digitizegrrr, deleting the config files does nothing02:38
CryoniqHmm.. Im trying to get the Cairo-clock working, but it is just showing a solid white square.. could it be a side effect im using beryl?02:39
crimsuncablesm102: use alsamixer to unmute and increase the volumes02:39
frogzoodigitize: maybe reboot02:39
cablesm102crimsun, nothing will unmute. it says "No volume control GStreamer plugins and/or devices found02:39
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codiok, the ownership looks like it worked, but when i right click in gnome and choose properties, it still shows root as owner02:39
codibut the permissions are blank02:39
digitizefrogzoo: yeah, i'll try that later, once i do and if still doesn't work i'll come back, ty02:39
crimsuncablesm102: no, use alsamixer in a Terminal.02:39
cablesm102crimsun, Alsamixer returns something about "No such device"02:39
_feh_in my networking i keep adding my own dns servers but dhcp keeps changing them, how do i stop this?02:39
crimsuncablesm102: cat /proc/asound/modules02:40
qosafter my last update (beryl and libgtk was updated) beryl doesn't run anymore. firefox is absolutly slow and runs with 100% cpu capacity. does anyone know where to search the problem?02:40
_feh_i want my manually added dns servers to stay unchanged02:40
cablesm102crimsun: no such file or directory02:40
crimsuncablesm102: sudo modprobe snd-intel8x0 ac97_quirk=hp_only02:40
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Cryoniqah hmm.. it is beryl.. switched over to regular and it showed, and when beryl started up again it went solid box white02:40
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cablesm102crimsun, it's giving me a bunch of fatal errors... want a pastebin?02:40
mabusMy acx chipset card will work on ubuntu desktop, but not on ubuntu server. The module is loaded but there is an error with the firmware. Can anyone give me an idea as to how to fix this?02:40
crimsuncablesm102: yes.02:40
frogzooFerret: in /etc/ppp/peers/dsl-provider or similar, remove the option: usepeerdns02:40
frogzoo_feh_: in /etc/ppp/peers/dsl-provider or similar, remove the option: usepeerdns02:41
anon_is there any way to list all the USB devices that ubuntu sees attached?02:41
mabusanon_: lsusb02:41
codiso what would be the problem. too different ownerships and no permissions02:41
_feh_frogzoo: thanks will try02:42
Josh_123Hello, I was wondering if somebody could help me with my Boot problem. The problem (from what I have found by searching on the internet) is that the ide-generic driver is loading before the ata_piix driver which is required for my sata hard drive causing linux not to load. If somebody could point me in the right direction for reordering the drivers somehow, that would be great!02:42
anon_nothing happenes02:42
cablesm102crimsun: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3776/02:42
codithe file is write protected, how do i change that02:42
anon_should there have been some arguments on that?02:42
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Kud|I am having an issue with Beryl. I just installed the packages for Beryl via apt-get following this guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BerylOnEdgy My problem is that when I select Beryl as my Windows Manager, it does not change and leaves Fluxbox as my windows manager. I try the troubleshooting method given on that guide, but to no avail. Does anyone have any advice on how to fix this problem?02:42
crimsuncablesm102: ``lsmod |grep ^snd && dmesg |tail''02:43
whoniccaquestion, how do i run checkgmail02:43
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cablesm102crimsun, want a pastebin?02:43
crimsuncablesm102: yes02:43
cablesm102crimsun, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3777/02:44
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crimsuncablesm102: ok, all of ``dmesg'', then02:44
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frogzoo_feh_: or remove the 'request-domain-servers' in /etc/dhcp3/dhclient.conf02:44
_feh_frogzoo: thanks will do that too02:45
dimeowhonicca | in the applications menu02:45
whoniccadont see it there02:45
Kud|Anyone? :(02:45
frogzoo_feh_: it depends who's doing it - pppd or dhclient02:45
_feh_I can't tell02:46
cablesm102crimsun, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3778/02:46
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frogzooKud|: which vid card?02:46
Kud|ATI 9600xt, and yes the drivers are installed and properly working with direct rendering02:47
mrpeenut24does anyone know if there's an elantech config util either made or in the making?02:47
junkyi just got a WMP54G, but i cant configure my wlan0, ive tried setting the ap and the essid, but still cant connect to my router, any hint?02:47
dwhsi1Asc: (way back when) thanks, tjhat did the trick (installing add'l codecs).  This made it real easy: http://ubuntu.flowconsult.at/en/mplayer-codec-update/02:47
whoniccadimeo, any idea why it isnt there?02:47
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junkyive tried the network manager, and still unsuccessful.02:47
whoniccai used automatix2 to install02:47
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crimsuncablesm102: sudo modprobe snd && sudo modprobe snd-intel8x0 ac97_quirk=hp_only02:48
mrpeenut24(it also shows the device as being an ImPS/2 Logitech Wheel Mouse)02:48
Ascdwhsi1: Good on you.  I'll save that page so's to give to the next person who asks.02:48
frogzoofixe__: to good to be true02:48
frogzooKud|: u using xgl ?02:49
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cablesm102crimsun: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3779/02:49
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Kud|frogzoo: Yes02:49
crimsuncablesm102: sudo modprobe snd-ac97-codec && sudo modprobe snd-intel8x0 ac97_quirk=hp_only02:49
yhallotharI'm hunting for help using poweriso in ubuntu02:50
cablesm102crimsun, i just heard a click02:50
jt__can someone answer me what are libs? (in  a program it says lib 5 and lib6)02:50
cablesm102and no output02:50
cablesm102that's a good sign02:50
jt__i have just installed ubuntu, first linux i ever use :p02:50
crimsuncablesm102: so test it now using a multimedia app and your volume keys02:51
cablesm102crimsun, headphone dissapeared... seems like a good thing02:51
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D0wNyhallothar: is there even a native copy of poweriso for linux?02:51
Kud|frogzoo: Going to test something real quick, I'll tell you if it does anything in a min. :P02:51
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yhallotharit's weird02:51
yhallotharwell, then02:51
yhallotharI installed WINE as well02:52
cablesm102crimsun, it's working now. Thanks. Now can you tell me what to put in what file to make it stick?02:52
yhallotharbut I don't know what the hell I'm doing to know if it's working or not.02:52
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all4nhey, I want to move Ubuntu from one partition on one disk, to another, empty partition on another disk..  what is the best strategy?02:52
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crimsunsee the command I gave you at 37 minutes past the hour (15 mins ago)02:52
D0wNIs there a specific reason you want to use poweriso over a software that was written for linux?02:52
bruenigall4n, dd probably02:52
frogzooall4n: cpio02:52
crimsuncablesm102: see the command I gave you at 37 minutes past the hour (15 mins ago)02:52
`Shawnall4n: Copy + Paste ;)02:52
cablesm102crimsun, is that one that will or won't break stuff?02:53
frogzoo`Shawn: wins!02:53
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`Shawnfrogzoo: lol :p02:53
crimsuncablesm102: if your sound currently works as intended with the volume hotkeys, it can't break anything.02:53
yhallotharlink me to a linux written program that can convert .daa to .iso and/or burn .daa as a cd image and I'll be happy02:53
yhallotharI've been googling for alternatives but clearly my methods are only leading to failure02:53
all4n`Shawn, but how about grub..  do I just copy all of it over to the other partition, and re-setup grub?02:53
cablesm102crimsun, I can't find it... I don't have timestamps in this IRC client. Can you send it again?02:53
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all4nand how about folders that can not be copied, such as /proc?02:54
crimsuncablesm102: echo "options snd-intel8x0 ac97_quirk=hp_only" |sudo tee -a /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base02:54
`ShawnAll4n: I dunno, I'd personally just uninstall ubuntu, and reinstall it again.02:54
bruenig`Shawn was obviously kidding02:54
D0wNyhallothar: I'm looking for one. One sec.02:54
QuaruptExcuse me can anyone tell me if there is a way to auto configure Xorg like when you first install Ubuntu? I can't get my settings right02:54
yhallotharOk, thanks02:54
cablesm102crimsun, thanks. Then should I reboot to test it?02:54
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nalioth!xcfg | Quarupt02:54
ubotuQuarupt: The 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/FixVideoResolutionHowto02:54
crimsuncablesm102: if it floats your boat.02:54
cablesm102crimsun, thanks02:54
all4n`Shawn, yeah, but I've set it up quite nicely, it would take a while to re-setup everything..  I've been compiling some programs and stuff02:55
D0wNyhallothar: There's a link to the linux version on the PowerISO download page. It's near the bottom02:55
newbie41help with (dpkg -b filename -deb) is that write because it wont work02:55
`ShawnAll4n: Hmmm. Make a disk-image of it. Then install the image to the other disk, and deleate the first one?02:55
yhallotharI have that.02:55
dimeomy favorite gnome icon of the day:   gtodo    ---> easy to use, user friendly, handy dandy addition to the icon panel02:55
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jribnewbie41: what are you trying to do?02:55
D0wNDid it not work?02:55
Quaruptnalioth, Yes I know I have seen this, that is not what I am asking about, I am talking about when you first install Ubuntu, what is it that autoconfigures X?02:55
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yhallotharI don't get how to work it02:56
D0wNone sec02:56
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yhallotharI read the  man pages or help or whatever it's called now02:56
all4n`Shawn, not sure :)02:56
yhallotharthis is my first time with linux02:56
newbie41jrib trying to make a package to install02:56
jribnewbie41: what are you trying to install?02:56
yhallotharwe used an old version of unix in HS and that was three years ago and I just have no idea what to do02:56
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newbie41aoldialer so i can get rid of this windows machine02:57
DanZin the command line, whats the command to restart my computer02:57
D0wNI'm registering my nickname so I can PM you on how to do it02:57
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dimeoyhallothar:   new to linux or just ubuntu?02:57
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bimberiDanZ: sudo reboot02:57
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hajikihey guys how do i install kiba dock???02:57
yhallotharI've only had experience in HS with unix02:57
d0s4gwanyone feel like helping me get wireless with WPA working?02:57
jrib!dpkg | newbie4102:58
ubotunewbie41: dpkg is the Debian package maintenance system, which together with apt forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit.02:58
dimeoyhall:  click applications-->accessories--> terminal .... meet your new best friend :-D02:58
yhallotharand it looked a lot different and I really don't remember most of it02:58
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:58
dimeodon't let the $ scare you02:58
newbie41jrib aol dialer02:58
yhallothardimeo, I'm already at that ;[02:58
jribnewbie41: Just double click on the .deb, or use  sudo dpkg -i file.deb   but be sure this deb works on this version of ubuntu02:58
dimeoyou can do almost anything with a sentence or two02:58
naliothQuarupt: if you visit fixvideoresolution it'll tell you the command02:58
jt__hello everyone, what should i do if i don't have an ati, nvidia, vodoo video card? i have an intel and i didn't activate the 3d acceleration, installed beryl and it worked, so it means my video card was already supported? because i installed a game for linux, and it doesn't open, and it says it needs that :S02:58
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mrpeenut24k im also having trouble with my intel 3945abg pro/wireless card02:59
dimeobut don't worry.. like me you probably won't need to remember it all by heart.  I recommend saving favourite commands into a text document for easy reference02:59
frogzoojt__: games won't run under beryl02:59
Quaruptnalioth, I told you I have been there it tells you to do dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg which is a command to manually configure X, thats not what i am asking about02:59
jt__this is a integrated video card, not a wireless :p02:59
ooglabooglaI need to move the contents of /boot from /dev/sda3 (50MB) to /dev/sda2 (1 GB) can someone help me02:59
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frogzoojt__: switch to gnome02:59
Ascjt_: Beryl probably wouldn't work very well without hardware acceleration02:59
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jt__ooh :(... thanks02:59
newbie41jrib it not a .deb file it was a .tar02:59
Ascjt_: Oh.  What frogzoo said.03:00
jt__thanks frogzoo03:00
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jribnewbie41: then you can't use dpkg to install it, you need to probably compile it03:00
ooglabooglaI've made a /tmp/oldboot dir and /tmp/newboot dir and mounted the /dev/sda3 to /tmp/oldboot and /dev/sda2 to /tmp/newboot03:00
dimeothe up arrow is very handy to access commands used recently... kinda a 'history' in your browser03:00
jt__well, it works perfectly03:00
jt__the cube, everything03:00
dimeo$ sudo apt-get install03:00
dimeovery useful command03:00
frogzoojt__: so 3d works03:00
newbie41jrib im trying to make a .deb file03:00
ooglabooglai then copied everything from /tmp/oldboot to /tmp/newboot03:00
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naliothQuarupt: then i'm lost.03:01
jt__thanks frogzoo, will try the game without beryl :)03:01
yhallotharD0wN, you can't get queries from non-registered users?03:01
yhallotharif so I'll register03:01
jrib!compiling | newbie4103:01
ubotunewbie41: Compiling 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!)03:01
ooglabooglabut in /etc/fstab there is a UUID for /boot .... that's as far as i get03:01
jrib!checkinstall | newbie4103:01
ubotunewbie41: checkinstall is a wrapper to "make install", useful for installing programs you compiled. It will create a .deb package, which will be listed in the APT database and can be uninstalled like other packages. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CheckInstall - Read the warnings at the top and bottom of that web page, and DO NOT interrupt CheckInstall while it's running!03:01
jt__oh, and libc 6 or 5? (also what is this)03:01
mrpeenut24my wireless card is showing up in device manager, but its not showing up in network-manager03:01
Dante123hi all.....newbie question here......how do I switch from a full screen application back to the desktop....when I did ctrl-alt backspace or delete it restarted x....or something....does anything like alt-esc or ctrl-tab do anything in ubuntu?03:01
D0wNRegister your nickname. I'm trying to query you. =P03:01
newbie41jrib how do you compile?03:01
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cablesm102crimsun, it worked. Thanks for helping!03:01
dimeofor example, my favourites list :   $sudo apt-get install cream gtodonotecase streamtuner smbfs checkgmail brightside beagle03:01
dimeogoobox gstreamer0.8-lame  p7zip-full dvdrip k9copym  gddrescue03:01
mrpeenut24and network-manager is not showing up in the apps menu03:02
LiNk3ralguem fala portugues03:02
Kud|frogzoo: Beryl is still not wanting to load as the window manager. It just leaves Metacity as the default window manager.03:02
crimsuncablesm102: np, it's my job.03:02
jribnewbie41: read the links from ubotu, it isn't easy for a beginner so take your time03:02
bimberiDante123: try ALT-TAB03:02
jrib!pt | LiNk3r03:02
ubotuLiNk3r: Por favor use #ubuntu-br  ou #ubuntu-pt  para ajuda em portugus. Obrigada.03:02
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dwidi need help acessing my second hard drive03:02
Quaruptnalioth, dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg lets you manually chose options like what driver, whats resolutions, your monitors vsync and things like this, I dont know what options to use here.. when you install Ubuntu it does all this automatically03:02
jribdwid: what filesystem?03:02
frogzooKud|: soz, I use gnome03:02
Dante123I thought I did...but nothing happend......I was running a game in fullscreen and tried to switch back to desktop with it still running...03:02
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GwankyI need help running an executable file03:03
dimeoI can't imagine any MSoft OS that lets you install 14 programs with a cut and paste of a sentence03:03
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dwidjrib: how do i tell what filesystem03:03
Kud|Anyone have any idea why XGL won't allow Beryl to load as the window manager instead of Metacity?03:03
cablesm102Gwanky, what's happening when you try to run it?03:03
edo2035hey... after a recent update, when i insert a cdrom, i do not have permission to copy files, even when using gksudo nautilus, any help?03:03
AscDante123: Funny thing, I've never heard of a way to minimize a full screen game.  It seems to take over the X server or something.03:03
Dante123I'll try again....but before I do is there any other keyboard shortcut for showing desktop again from fullscreen....03:03
GwankyBasically I dont know how to use the command line03:03
jribnewbie41: I have good news for you, I've found a program called "penggy" in the repositories that lets you connect to aol03:03
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frogzooI have a wierd problem where oowriter opens up fullscreen (no title bar) and refuses to unfullscreen (from hotkey) - need a fix pls03:03
GwankyIts a GBA emulator that I put on my desktop03:03
jrib!penggy | newbie4103:03
ubotupenggy: connects to AOL via modem or TCP/IP. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.2.1-13 (edgy), package size 71 kB, installed size 332 kB03:03
cablesm102Gwanky, is it compiled?03:04
dimeogwanky... check out what I've just been saying.... =p03:04
GwankyDimeo:Sorry just joined 3 seconds ago03:04
GwankyCablesm102:I believe so it is a binary03:04
AscDante123: If you really want to, you can start a second X session with 'gdmflexisserver' and run the game in that, then switch between them with control-alt-F7 and control-alt-F8... but I doubt that's a very stable idea.03:04
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jribdwid: what did you format it as?03:04
GwankyI just don't know what to type to run it03:04
Dante123i guess i will just put the game back to windowed screen03:04
cablesm102gwanky, you should just need to type the name of the EXE03:04
dwidi didnt format it03:04
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dimeogwanky... some executables just need a right click to make it executable03:05
ooglabooglahow do i generate a UUID for /dev/sda2 to put in /etc/fstab03:05
cablesm102gwanky, if it's a script, type "sh <path/name of exe>"03:05
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Gwankydo I need to write down the directory?03:05
jt__for what is the kind of dos at ctrl + f1,f2,f3, etc?03:05
jrib!uuid | ooglaboogla03:05
ubotuooglaboogla: To see a list of your devices/partitions and their corresponding UUID's, run this command in a !shell:  blkid  (see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LibAtaForAtaDisks for the rationale behind the transition to UUID)03:05
bimberiDante123: you can set up a shortcut (via System -> Prefs -> Keyboard Shortcuts) to minimize all windows03:05
dwidjrib: how do i go about formatting it on ubuntu03:05
dimeoright click-->properties-->permissions-->executable03:05
jribdwid: you could use gparted03:05
jribdwid: there's no data on the disk that you want right?03:05
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cablesm102gwanky, if you want to do it through GUI, just double-click the file. It should ask you if you want to run it. If that doesn't work, do what dimeo jsut said03:05
dwidjrib: nah no data i want03:06
dwidgparted is on the list of add remove programs?03:06
Ascbimberi: I don't think that works will fullscreen games, does it?03:06
jribdwid: yeah, use gparted then.  ext3 is the default filesystem.  it should be in add/remvoe, if not, you can find it in system > admin > synaptic03:06
dimeo$sudo apt-get install gparted03:06
ooglabooglajrib: thank you for the blkid info03:06
bimberiDante123: the issue might be that the game is capturing these keystrokes and not passing them to the Window Manager03:06
bimberiAsc: not sure really03:06
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GwankyCan 4.10 make it into an executable with just a right click?03:07
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Dante123ok....I think it is just easier for me to run it in a window.....03:07
dimeoyou know theres an awesome gparted boot disk out there too... always handy to burn that and have it around in your toolbox of rescue Cd's03:07
jribGwanky: make what executable?03:07
BHSPitMonkeyok, problem.03:07
GwankySomeone said that to make the file an exectuable I need to right click it03:07
dimeojrib: porn.exe03:07
Gwankysorry for being a newb03:07
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cablesm102Gwanky, right click>properties>permissions>executable03:07
dimeogwanker:  never apologize for being nOOb.  you're the future of ubuntu03:08
jribdimeo: looks like a virus03:08
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GwankyCablesm102:All the executable things are checked off03:08
cablesm102gwanky, double click the file03:08
mabusMy acx chipset card will work on ubuntu desktop, but not on ubuntu server. The module is loaded but there is an error with the firmware. Can anyone give me an idea as to how to fix this?03:08
dimeonOObs have made ubuntu become the most popular linux OS03:08
Gwankydoesnt work03:08
BHSPitMonkeyevery other time I boot (ubuntu) up on my laptop, it dies during boot.   fsck dies, and I end up on this screen: http://img405.imageshack.us/img405/2593/image167we7.jpg03:08
BHSPitMonkeythen I reboot again and it's fine.03:08
cablesm102Gwanky, in that case, open the terminal and type the path of the file.03:09
BHSPitMonkey(after a hard reset.)03:09
Gwankywhat would the path be if it was on my desktop03:09
Gwankylike usr\etc\joe\desktop?03:09
dimeoBHSPitMonkey done a memory chip test?03:09
junminhi, guys. i got a problem of Totem, in the LAN of home, another computer(Windows) has some .avi movie shared, i have to copy the movie file to my computer and play it, but why i cannot play them directly?totem just tells me cannot play....03:09
jribGwanky: ~/Desktop/FILENAME03:09
cablesm102Gwanky, ~/Desktop/FILENAME03:09
cablesm102jrib beat me03:09
dimeojunmin: same here03:09
jribweird how we both said "FILENAME", I was going to use foobar :)03:09
cablesm102gwanky, remember / not \03:10
high-freqhmm..anyone know the package name for ruby-gem or ruby-gems03:10
Gwankyriight sorry03:10
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dimeojunmin: i just made an icon to quickly mount the other computer shared drive03:10
junmindimeo, i remember that i could play it directly .. ...03:10
BHSPitMonkeydimeo, would a memory problem cause fsck to die at every boot?  It's also worthy to mention that just before that screen, among all the boot messages, is fsck's "wrong usage/help" info03:10
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cablesm102jrib, i was right at the FILENAME part and you said FILENAME so I just sorta said the same thing, rather than doing the responsible thing and backspacing it out03:10
GwankyI had to install Zlib, Opengl, and SMlib do you install them or just download them?03:10
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junmindimeo, how to make this icon?03:10
dimeodunmin:    im using edgy and if I go places--> network servers--> and into the shared windows drive... I can't play the video03:11
mseneyif you change motherboards (Biostar w/ VIA Chipset to ASUS w/ SIS Chipset) will you need to re-install Ubuntu 6.10?03:11
Noah0504Hey everyone.  I have a two volume set on the C programming language I bought when I was younger and never really had the discipline to learn.  Should I take the time to read them and learn C, or should I try to learn something like C++ or Python?03:11
dimeosudo smbmount //VAIO/vaio-docs /mnt/VAIO/03:11
dimeothat's the command I have in the launcher03:11
Slarthigh-freq: didn't find anything while searching.. could it be in the examples package?03:12
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dimeothen I chose a schnazzy icon for it03:12
high-freqnot sure...i did search as well03:12
Kud|How do you go about uninstalling XGL?03:12
dimeoyou have to make a folder for the mount point03:12
dwidjrib: okay its formated to ext 3 but it still says unable to mount03:12
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high-freqi installed ruby-1.8 and 1.9  was hoping ruby-gems was in there03:12
all4nNoah0504, Python might be easier if you are new to programming03:12
dimeodwid: made any changes to your fstab yet?03:12
dwiddimeo: whats the fstab03:13
junmindimeo, got your mean ... but i can not configure smb to smbmout automatically?03:13
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Noah0504all4n: Well, I guess I would still be new.  I know most of the concepts (I did learn BASIC awhile ago, and messed around with VisualBASIC).03:13
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dimeodwid: take a peek at that03:14
cablesm102junmin, there's a guide to having samba volumes automounted, it's on the wiki. I'll find it03:14
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dimeonice: thx cable03:14
PwnstarrI think junmin's problems had to do with Totem not playing codecs03:14
Pwnstarrhere's the website to fix that03:14
bamzinhi.. has anybody had any trouble with ALC883 audio device on Acer laptops and found a way to solve the problem? I've updated the alsa packs and all, nothing works03:14
junmincablesm102, thanks :D03:14
dimeocable: you familiar with what we mean?  that you can't play a video from a shared samba drive?03:14
cablesm102dimeo, damn... i just joined and thought he just wanted an auto-mounting samba drive03:15
dimeobamzin: trouble... what kinda trouble?03:15
cablesm102junmin, why won't it work? Does the video player not support reading from the volume?03:15
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all4nNoah0504, then Python can be good, both for introduction and more advanced stuff..  you could also look into Ruby, Ruby on Rails is good for building web applications03:15
dimeothe.. "you look like trouble" kind =p03:15
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cablesm102junmin, in that case, mounting it as a folder with the tutorial I have should work03:15
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dimeoor the "i don't want no trouble round her" kind?03:16
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cablesm102junmin, can you describe the problem to me?03:16
Noah0504all4n: Thanks.  I think I might look up a few Python tutorials tonight and start there.03:16
all4nNoah0504, good idea03:16
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bamzindimeo, my ubuntu edgy finds the audio device, i can change the volume and everything seems to work fine. BUT, no sound is played :/03:16
junmincablesm102, Totem, in the LAN of home, another computer(Windows) has some .avi movie shared, i have to copy the movie file to my computer and play it, but why i cannot play them directly?totem just tells me cannot play....03:16
dimeobamzin: i get something similar on my dell once in a while.. I just reboot 8-)03:17
CSTrippieHey, anyone know of a really small Deb/Ubuntu based distro (like DSL, but less annoying)?03:17
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bamzindimeo, reboot? uh? heh03:17
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cablesm102junmin, that's because totem can't see your network shared drives.03:17
cablesm102junmin, this should help: junmin: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently03:17
dimeoI figgur it might happen when I mess with my brightness... while booting... it only happens once in 10 reboots... weird though03:17
cablesm102junmin, this makes your Samba share look just like another drive03:17
grafthey y'all - i have a weird ALSA problem... sounds intermittently starts to hang, and loop incessantly (like shell error beeps become 'beep beep beep beep...')... can still play via OSS fine, but anything using ALSA is borked03:18
bamzini'm not that lucky.. your bug is 'lighter' than mine :P my audio neever works heh03:18
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junmincablesm102, looking at it now, thanks03:18
high-freqhmm...guess i'll just install manual for rubygems unless if someone knows which package its in03:18
dimeobamzin: searched the forums already I guess?03:18
high-freqi couldn't find the package ;(03:19
cablesm102junmin, no prob. If it doesn't work right, make sure you go to the bottom and look at the Troubleshooting section. That happened to me when I needed to do this.03:19
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Dante123how do i tell if my setup is using xorg or xvesa?03:19
rattlehead wget http://users.lichtsnel.nl/~jap/steam/steam.tar.gz03:19
bamzindimeo, yes, tried everything. maybe i could get the chance to fing a holy soul to help me in here, but... heh03:19
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junmincablesm102, OK03:20
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KudHow do I uninstall XGL?03:22
FantasticFooi had xgl and beryl working perfectly fine in a separate login session, and then i updated all outdated software, and when i restarted, beryl didn't work anymore03:22
FantasticFooanyone know what this is about?03:22
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dimeooooeeee... I should chat on #ubuntu while writing reports more often.. a nice distraction to ease the pain:-P03:22
RicketI am running Ubuntu x86 6.10, fully updated. On this page, which link should I download to correctly work with my system?: http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/linux/linux-radeon.html03:22
cablesm102!ati | Ricket03:23
ubotuRicket: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:23
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cablesm102Ricket, you shouldn't have to download anything from a site03:23
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dimeofantastic: "this" is very unspecific...03:23
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dimeodidn't work.. you mean it won't run at all? or crashes ?03:24
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fryfrogcan anyone tell me how i can get the /dev/mdX devices to show up?  i've loaded the raid modules, but they aren't showing up03:24
dwidhttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions#head-f59428cd4d1c1b020a3a06bae2242b3d7f45a06d if you mount automatically using the first script will it mess up my first hard drive?03:25
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FantasticFoodimeo: doesnt run at all03:26
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FantasticFoodimeo: when i start "beryl-manager" i dont get the wobbly "beryl" splash screen like i used to03:26
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CBinGRhi all, if i install ubuntu will i have trouble upgrading to a newer version down the road?03:27
deafboymy stereo starts humming when i turn my sound up really loud03:27
logikonFantasticFoo: try running it on terminal and see what the output is03:27
deafboyanyone know what that might be?03:27
FantasticFoologikon: ok03:27
Ricketdeafboy: normal electronic interference03:27
dimeohave you tried a:    $ sudo apt-get remove beryl03:27
FantasticFoologikon: output is nothing03:27
logikondeafboy: or perhaps a sign you're going deaf..03:27
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FantasticFooi get the little beryl ruby thing in my systray, but nothing else03:27
SimpletonIs the dell truemobile wireless card supported by default in the new version or does it still require ndiswrapper and the like?03:27
KudHow do I uninstall XGL? Anyone?? :(03:27
dimeoand then $ sudo apt-get autoremove03:27
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Ricketdeafboy: was there ever a time when it didn't do this humming? if so, maybe your stereo is going bad. but most likely, it's just normal.03:28
silvertip257After I first installed ubuntu 6.06 on a desktop, the wireless pci card (EthernetPro100(rev01) 82557/8/9 did and still does not work03:28
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deafboyricket: yeah it didn't do it an hour ago :(03:28
dimeofantastic: right click on the icon , do you get settings menu?03:28
FantasticFoodimeo: yeah03:28
deafboy@ logikon lol03:29
rioanyone install any of the wiki's that are shown in the synaptic package manager?03:29
dimeosilvertip:  you might need ndiswrapper03:29
Slartdeafboy: you didn't change anything? you just sat completely still and watched it.. and suddenly it started humming? then I think either stereo or computer is going bad03:29
silvertip257dimeo:  oh hmm03:29
bulmersilvertip257: what have you done so far?03:29
deafboyslart: i don't think i did anyway03:29
deafboyricket: it doesn't hum when plugged into my ipod just my computer03:29
silvertip257bulmer:  just loaded it - didnt have time to screw w/ it03:29
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Slartdeafboy: aha.. !! the old.. "I think I didn't do anything"-excuse =)03:29
Ricketdeafboy: ah, that makes more sense then. many computer sound cards, but especially motherboard sound, make humming noises. due to normal electronic interference :)03:30
bulmersilvertip257: and you expect us to help you if you dont want to spend time with it?03:30
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deafboyricket: thanks ;)03:30
silvertip257bulmer:  i do want to spend time on it03:30
silvertip257bulmer:  i'm just askin for suggestions03:30
Slartdeafboy: my onboard sound card produces different kinds of noises depending on processor load etc.03:30
Dimensionsany one knows how to boot from a usb hard disk ?03:30
Ricketdeafboy: only the super high-quality sound cards with special procautions to prevent interference (such as a large metal box over the sound card to block out electricity) won't make those types of noises.03:30
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dimeosilver: my broadcom cards all needed ndiswrapper03:31
Kudcan anyone help me?03:31
rednelbI've had the same problem with bad laptop soundcard not shielded well.03:31
cablesm102 It's funny, because my soundcard only hisses on Windows03:31
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SlartKud: help with what?03:31
cablesm102not even joking there03:31
silvertip257ok thanks dimeo: btw broadcomm sucks w/ Linux03:31
dimeodimensions:  some computers you press f12 at boot to get a menu03:31
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KudThe question I've been asking for the past 30 mins...how do I uninstall XGL?03:31
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deafboyricket: thanks guys ;)03:31
rednelbcablesm102: question about running linux on a new hp laptop03:31
logikoncablem: mine whistles while on linux03:31
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rioanyone have suggestions as to which wiki i should pick?03:31
deafboyslart: thanks guys ;)03:31
dimeosilver: i'm happy with my 3 PCs running ubuntu and ndiswrapper03:31
Slartcablesm102: goblins in the computer.. windows-goblins, for sure ;)03:31
cablesm102rednelb, why are you asking me?03:31
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graftKud remove the steps you took to install Xgl?03:32
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DimensionsDimeo mine hangs at post screen03:32
rednelbcablesm102: you da man?03:32
graftKud: reverse, even03:32
cablesm102rednelb, ask everyone.03:32
silvertip257oh ok it works good them dimeo ?03:32
SlartKud: oh.. I have no idea.. keep asking =)03:32
dimeosilver: but they apparently can't do a monitor mode =(03:32
graftKud: or do you mean how do you remove the package? sudo apt-get remove xserver-xgl?03:32
cablesm102rednelb, I'm a linux newb! A smart one, but I've only been using it for 6 months...03:32
SoundGuy29question : is there a way to  change the sudo passphrase and not my own passwd ?03:32
QuaruptOKAY! so this is weird when I try to run glxgears to test my 3d it says Xlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0.0" so I check my xorg.conf under the "modules" sections "glx"  is there? so why doesnt it work? Anyone please?03:32
silvertip257gotcha dimeo:  my laptop autorecognized my wireless card03:32
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silvertip257but it's not my laptop that I'm asking about03:32
Kudgraft: Tried that, says a process is using it. Not sure how that's possible considering I am under GNome at the moment.03:32
SlartQuarupt: you're using the right driver?03:33
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rednelbI have a dv9000t HP pavilion laptop. Has two headphone jacks on the front. When I boot ubuntu live CD and I plug in headphones the main speakers don't cut out. Is there a special driver I need?03:33
graftKud: um, is Xgl running?03:33
bimberiSoundGuy29: no, they are looked up in the same place03:33
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QuaruptSlart, yes the exact one for my card03:33
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Kudgraft: No or atleast it shouldn't be.03:33
DygeratiPlugged in a couple new drives to my system, now 'ALERT! /dev/sda1 does not exist. Dropping to a shell!' on boot.....help?03:33
SlartQuarupt: open source drivers or binary drivers?03:33
graftKud: ps -ef | grep Xgl03:33
Kudgraft: I didn't boot up using Xgl if that's what you mean.03:33
dimeondiswrapper isn't hard: start by finding the .inf driver that your wifi card comes with03:33
dennisterhello ppl...any mythtv users here tonight?03:33
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SoundGuy29bimberi: ok. thanks. is there a way to give another user sudo abilities ?03:33
dimeocould be under c:/drivers03:33
dimeoor on a CD03:33
SlartQuarupt: I think open source drivers won't give you hardware acceleration03:34
graftKud: well you could always shut down X and remove Xgl from the console03:34
QuaruptSlart, I think Binary its the NV driver03:34
dimeoor the manufacturers website03:34
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dennister<------trying to avoid the #mythtv-users channel03:34
bulmerDygerati:  what was your /etc/fstab looked like before you installed the new ones?03:34
Quaruptslart this driver used to work for 3d for me03:34
stapolwhats this mean03:34
stapolServicing request from [stapol,1205,6667] 03:34
dwidim still confused, i dont know how to put this hard drive in fstab03:34
Quaruptslart I used EasyUbuntu to install it03:34
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bimberiSoundGuy29: yes, making them a member of the "admin" group gives them the same sudo abilities as the initial user.  sudo can be configured to limit what they can do too - see the man pages for more info03:35
SoundGuy29is there a way to give another user other than the 1st created sudo abilities ?03:35
SlartQuarupt: oh.. that's odd..  that should work... never had any problems with glx before03:35
DygeratiNot sure, only one serial ATA drive at the time... on a clean install. I'm not sure how to access the drive at this point03:35
SoundGuy29you answered03:35
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QuaruptSlart,when I do modprobe glx its says its not there03:35
SlartQuarupt: it feels like a very "windows" fix.. but have you tried reinstalling the drivers? remove, reboot, and reinstall?03:35
bulmerDygerati: can you paste your /etc/fstab in pastebin so we can look?03:35
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CBinGRanyone here use the ipw3945 driver for wifi?03:35
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bimberiSoundGuy29: for example you can give them the ability to run certain commands as superuser only03:36
graftSoundGuy29: sudo is extremely configurable, you can give them full sudo privileges, or limit them to specific commands, etc.03:36
MrWamui'm trying to install Ubuntu SE can anyone help me?03:36
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DygeratiI don't know how to access the fstab at this point, or boot for that matter. Can I mount the drive from the BusyBox shell?03:36
jinx099how do i tell if a NIC is recognized as gigE or 10/100?03:36
QuaruptSlart, restarting the whole box or just X?03:36
Vuen_hehe, ubuntu SE. that's funny03:36
bulmerDygerati: yes03:36
SoundGuy29i see. i'll go RTFM03:37
SlartQuarupt: hmm.. I think just X should work03:37
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QuaruptHow do you save your session in Gnome?03:37
QuaruptSlart, yea I did try that :(03:37
CBinGRjinx099, try lsmod03:37
Vuen_MrWamu: mm?03:37
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MrWamuCan you help?03:37
Rickethooray for crappy ATI support. :S03:37
SlartQuarupt: no errors in the xorg log files? in dmesg?03:37
Dante123how do I  grant specific permission to allow non-root users to use USB devices (including SMART interactive whiteboards)03:37
bimberijinx099: sudo ethtool eth0  (or whatever device)03:37
Dygeratibulmer: Soo, 'sudo mount sd**' ...? Tried that, whats the right command?03:37
Dante123in ubuntu 6.1003:37
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Dimensionsout of 1000 ppl no one knows how to boot from usb hard disk ?03:38
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Pioare there any repositories which offer pre-built lirc modules?03:38
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Vuen_MrWamu: mm, sorry, i don't really know how to install it. i just thought it was cute.03:38
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MrWamuHaha cute?03:38
bulmerDygerati: i'd like to learn a few...man mount and see if you can figure out how to mount03:38
dimeodwid: google around a bit to learn about fstab...03:38
SlartDimensions: I think about 900 of those are asleep..03:38
MrWamuWhy is that?03:38
Vuen_MrWamu: here's the installation page: http://parker1.co.uk/satanic/installation/03:38
CBinGRDimensions, does your computer have that capability?03:38
dredhammerhello anyone use screencapture software like xvidcap?03:38
MrWamuThanks.. already have it03:38
bulmerDygerati: i'd like you* to learn a few...man mount and see if you can figure out how to mount03:38
Dimensionslol Slart ...03:39
kkerwinHi. Having a small difficulty. I used dvd::rip to rip a DVD into an mpeg, but the audio track was separated into a different file. Is there anyway that I can combine the two into one file?03:39
DimensionsCBinGR:  well in bios i have option boot from USB ...03:39
dimeodimensions:  when you reboot... do you have options for a boot menu... like f12?03:39
threeseasis there any particular problem with getting wireless worjing inb LTS?03:39
jinx099bimberi: thanks03:39
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bimberijinx099: yw :)03:39
JunK-Ysome1 can help me with my new wifi card ? http://www.pastebin.ca/336547  i can see my router, but cant use it.03:39
CBinGRDimensions, and if that is set it doesnt boot from usb?03:39
Dygeratibulmer: Tried that, no 'man' command under this shell...I'll try google, brb03:39
dimeotreeseas: depends on which wifi card you have03:39
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dredhammerhow do you get screencapture software to record audio on the pc?03:39
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dredhammerwhat sound device should you use?03:39
sivikhow do i set up my mic so it works from further away03:39
RicketIf I am in the command prompt after X server refusing to start, and I have fixed the configuration file error that caused it not to start, how do I restart the X server? What is the command to do so?03:39
Dimensionsdimeo:  when i boot and turn on usb drive it stuck the post screen before showing any thing much03:39
Slartthreeseas: I think that depends on what chipset your wireless stuff uses.. some work, some don't03:40
dredhammerfor that matter where is all that info?03:40
graftman this is the most annoying bug ever03:40
cablesm102sivik, you probably can't...03:40
Slartsivik: get a better mic?03:40
DimensionsCBinGR:  hangs on post screen, have tried on a laptop and desktop ...03:40
siviki did it before, and i can't remember how i did it03:40
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Ricketsivik: get a directional mic03:40
Dante123is there a good screen capture tool for ubuntu that does a region (as oppose to whole screen)03:40
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Ricketsivik: or make a little paper cone, and stick it over the end of the mic :-D03:40
Slartsivik: you can increase the recording level and enable some boosting.. but that's it03:40
bulmerJunK-Y: whats the error if any?03:40
CBinGRDimensions, i have never done it03:40
dimeodante: capture the screen and crop it in gimp???03:41
RicketWhat is the command to start the X server?03:41
Vuen_Ricket: no, not startx03:41
Dimensionsstartx Ricket03:41
Ricketstartx worked03:41
Vuen_Ricket: sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart03:41
SlartRicket: sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart03:41
DimensionsVuen_:  used to be ...03:41
Dante123yeah...that is what I do dimeo....but I want to eliminate that extra step....03:41
dimeoDimensions: maybe your usb drive isn't set up for autoboot correctly?03:41
Dimensionsokay CBinGR thanks aneways ...03:41
pierrelourensis there an easy way to install xfce on edgy03:42
Vuen_pierrelourens: sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop03:42
dimeodante: fair enough.. work smarter not harder =)03:42
Slartpierrelourens: I've never tried.. but apt-get should work, no?03:42
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Dimensionsdimeo:  usb hard disk is having a clone of complete hdd with RH installed and lotsa data on it ...03:42
CBinGRDimensions, seems hard to get any answer here03:42
dwidi dont understand how to add this to fstab03:42
Dimensionsyeah CBinGR trying from many hours and its almost 3 am here ... will have to hit the office in morning too03:42
dimeodimensions: do you know if that can even work?03:42
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RicketI love that message... "The system is going down for reboot NOW!"03:42
JunK-Ybulmer: no error, just cant ping the router.03:43
Dimensionsdimeo:  yeah ... if i load my internal drive its on automount and i can see and verify all data is fine and working on it ...03:43
dimeodwid you have to open fstab in a text editor and add the line03:43
gatenhas anyone installed wine 9.30 and ran World of Warcraft with it?03:43
Dimensionslol Ricket try poweroff03:43
jinx099i have dapper running in a VMware VM, and the nic bridged with my gigE card "freezes", the other bridged 10/100 card works fine, any ideas?03:43
bulmerJunK-Y: paste your netstat -ran03:43
pierrelourensthank you Vuen_03:43
dwidhow do i open fstab in a text  editor?03:43
jinx099the gigE card in the host OS also works fine...03:43
dimeoricket:  this system will self distruct in 30 seconds03:43
dwidand what Line do i add?03:43
Slartgaten: very probably.. it's on the gold list I think on winehq03:43
gatendwid:  sudo nano /etc/fstab03:43
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dimeodepends on your mount point and HD format03:44
dimeodwid: google around to learn about fstab configurations03:44
JunK-Ybulmer: i will have to change my card (im on a network cable now)03:44
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Slartgaten: check the application db on winehq.com (or is it winehq.org, can't remember)03:44
gatenSlart:  i'm just wondering if i upgrade from .28 if i;m gunna have all kinds of problem03:44
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dimeoor what gaten said | dwid03:44
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Vuen_gaten: a great place for help on wine is in the #winehq channel here on freenode, and at the winehq website: http://appdb.winehq.org/appview.php?iAppId=192203:44
frogzoo!appdb | gaten03:44
RicketJEEZZZZZZZZ no matter what I do, I can't get teh stupid Mesa project thing to turn into the ATI thing... :S03:44
ubotugaten: Appdb is a database of apps & help for programs that run under wine: see http://appdb.winehq.org03:44
DimensionsDimeo donno but if original is working from a year clone should be too ..03:44
Ricketand I don't even know what i'm doing XD03:44
dwidgaten: and now what line do i add in03:45
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, whats the problem?03:45
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Pres-GasHey all, anyone heard more about further PPC support?03:45
gatenSlart:, Vuen_  and frogzoo ty03:45
anon_mp3 support in rythmnbox?03:45
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dwidgOLdenHaWK3D: im trying to add a hd to fstab, i have fstab open, but i dont know what line to put in there03:45
dimeoricket:  try $ sudo nuke neighbours bmw03:45
Slartyou're welcome, gaten03:45
dimeoricket:  linux command prompt is pretty powerful03:46
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, a hd? or a partition?03:46
grafterm... why does /proc/asound/version say 1.0.12rc1, but apt-cache policy says 1.0.11-7?03:46
Dimensionslol dimeo03:46
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dwidgOLdenHaWK3D: a second hd03:46
mister_robotodimeo: the command interpreter is even more powerful!03:46
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, ok. u use gnome?03:46
dimeotell me more03:46
dwidgOLdenHaWK3D: im asuming so03:47
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dimeo{is power hungry}03:47
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, ok. try opening terminal.03:47
Dimensionslol internet_03:47
gOLdenHaWK3Dha hindi!03:48
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gOLdenHaWK3DJai hind!03:48
Aschow do I get rid of the bloody 'additional plugins are required to display all the media on this page' notification in firefox 2?03:48
mister_robotodimeo: was just a stupid joke :)  the prompt is just the string printed out before the cursor awaiting your input.03:48
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basilioI cant play a wav file. Is there something that I can do to correct this?03:48
dwidgOLdenHaWK3D: the termiinal is open03:48
graftAsc: install those plugins?03:48
kbrosnanAsc: noting simple03:48
Vuen_Asc: depends what media you're trying to view :/03:48
jinx099i have dapper running in a VMware VM, and the nic bridged with my gigE card "freezes", the other bridged 10/100 card works fine, any ideas?03:48
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about plugins - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:48
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, good! type "sudo fdisk -l" without the quotes!03:48
AscI want to do it without installing the plugins03:48
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AscDid firefox 1.5 do it?  I don't remember.03:49
dwidgOLdenHaWK3D: okay i did that03:49
flipchipi need a hand with installing ubuntu. i used it before on a different pc but i can't get it to work on my new pc03:49
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, u saw a table?03:49
dwidgOLdenHaWK3D: yes there a table there03:49
kbrosnanAsc: read https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=26893603:49
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, good! did u add a sata hdd or a simple pata IDE hdd?03:50
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graftAsc: um, about:config, plugin.default_plugin_disabled03:50
Asckbrosnan: will do03:50
tehquicknessMy gnome-panel keeps crashing, how can I solve this problem?03:50
dimeoflipchip: whats the holdup?03:50
dwidgOLdenHaWK3D: im asuming it was a ide, i dont know what sata or pata is03:50
graftAsc: set it to false and you should be good03:50
Dimensionsaneways guys ... take care ...03:51
flipchipwell i keep getting hda: ide_intr: huh? expected NULL handler on exit03:51
bruenigtehquickness, kind of vague there03:51
mabusMy acx chipset card will work on ubuntu desktop, but not on ubuntu server. The module is loaded but there is an error with the firmware. Can anyone give me an idea as to how to fix this?03:51
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dimeodimensions: good luck with the drive03:51
Dimensionsthanks dimeo :) will ask tomorrow if any one could help ...03:51
graftargh... anyone have any idea how i can get ALSA to tell me what the heck is going on? it's such a black box...03:51
flipchipand Buffer I/O error on device hda, logical block03:51
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, oh! just type this "sudo fdisk -l |grep Disk"03:52
flipchipand it keeps looping03:52
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Dimensionsflipchip:   are u installing ubuntu or what ?03:52
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, and tell the output03:52
dimeodimensions: tried playing with a simple DSL linux install on USB ? There might be instructions out there on that one03:52
flipchipubuntu 6.10 that's after the ubuntu splash screen03:52
flipchipon booting up the live cd03:52
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, what is the size of ur new hdd!03:52
flipchipi have 2 brand new copies that do the same thing03:53
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, ok!03:53
mindstateis there a file manager i could use that can display files grouped by Letter? sorta like explorer for win03:53
Dimensionsflipchip:  happens mostly coz of bad disk aswell ... change cd ... second reason is bad hdd ...03:53
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, can u see it in the new command u typped!03:53
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flipchipi tried adding irqpoll03:53
dwidyeah i can see it03:53
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, good!03:53
flipchipbrand new computer, WD raptor sata hdd03:53
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, now open fstab03:53
Dimensionsummm dimeo will do that thanks buddy03:54
dwidits open03:54
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vote4arealclownok....i'll put on my flame suit here.....is there a server tool you can install to connect to ubuntu to use the doze rdp client?03:54
Ascgraft, kbrosnan: Thanks for the help.03:54
Dimensionsbuhbyee guys03:54
flipchipoh i tried to install on 2 different hdd's03:54
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graftvote4arealclown: any vnc client should do, no?03:54
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, ah! dwid wait!!! i'LL brb!03:55
Dimensionsflipchip:  i have seen this many times but used to change disks now find out which disk u have to change :)03:55
vote4arealclownI have a user that wants to use remote desktop03:55
graftvote4arealclown: dunno about Gnome, but KDE has that built-in...03:55
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vote4arealclownand you can connect with the doze client?03:55
graftdunno about that... but you can easily get a VNC client for windows that'll work03:55
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flipchipyea, im no pro at this but i don't think it has anything to do with hdd's being bad or my copies of ubuntu... any other ideas i could try?03:56
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dimeovote4:  using freenx?03:56
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flipchipim not using raid, it's off in my bios03:57
Endurcan someone help me? I'm having trouble using the live cd03:57
dimeofreenx is state of the art03:57
vote4arealclowni'll google it03:57
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graftfreenx = vnc on crack03:58
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, hey! im back. now tell me the disk name! i mean the output of fdisk -l |grep. it must be something like /dev/hdb something like this!03:58
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gu014how can i have opera open azureus with torrent files by default?03:58
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dwidDisk /dev/hdb: 160.0 GB, 160041885696 bytes03:58
Vuenvote4arealclown: don't use freenx, use nomachine nx03:59
Vuenvote4arealclown: freenx isn't ready yet03:59
dimeoendur:  trouble ... any specific kind?03:59
graftarr... this is intolerable!03:59
gOLdenHaWK3Dvote4arealclown, Hey! try Terminal Server Client in Applications>internet under Gnome!03:59
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dimeograft:  chill mofo04:00
Endurdimeo: yea, when I try to load the regular live cd or the dvd it hangs right before the bar completes04:00
dimeotake a deeeep breath04:00
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, yes! now type "sudo fdisk -l /dev/hdb04:00
jt__hey, i have a question running wine, i have an exe, which needs a file .dat, and everytime i execute it with wine, it says it didn't find the .dat, so what can i do? :( thanks04:00
dwidgOLdenHaWK3D: okay i did that04:00
graftsigh... just every time i hit tab in a shell, my computer starts beeping incessantly... nerve-wracking04:00
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jribjt__: check appdb for your app, also try #winehq04:00
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, again a table?04:01
jt__thanks, didn't know that channel04:01
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, the entries under "Device boot" column are your partitions on your new hdd. ok?04:01
graftjt__: also consider not using wine and finding a linx alternative, of course04:01
jt__i have a linux alternative, but it doesn't work04:01
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jt__i open it and it doesn't show up04:02
graftwhat's the program?04:02
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dwidand do i copy that into fstab table?04:02
jt__tibia, a game for linux04:02
jt__it needs very low hardware04:02
jt__only 28mb04:02
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, no! make a new folder. u know how to doit?04:02
dwidnah i dont04:02
QuaruptIs there a package for the Binary Nvidia driver?04:02
kitcheQuarupt: nvidia-glx04:03
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, open another terminal & type "cd /" there04:03
jt__graft: do u know tibia?04:03
blankfazeis it possible to put just a custom folder, with whatever you want in it, on a panel?04:03
graftjt__: nope04:03
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, where do u wish to mount your partitions from ur new hdd?04:03
dwidit doesnt matter04:03
`ShawnDoes anyone here know if I can burn a .iso file to a CD-R Audio?04:03
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, i mean which folder?04:03
pointbhow do i change the icons shown for certain file extensions in gnome? (.torrent or anything else)04:03
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, make it. how many partitons u have on ur new hdd?04:04
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chuckfromchanhi i've got a question04:04
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dwidit doesnt matter which folder04:04
lijealso_[Aft] 04:04
Quaruptkitche, says nvidia-glx is already the newest version???04:04
chuckfromchanis there any way i can get the apple ibook trackpad to work?04:04
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kitcheQuarupt: then you have it installed if you want the newest nvidia you have to install it yourself04:05
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, ok. no. it doesnt matter. make anyfolder where u wish to mount ur hdd04:05
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dwidmake it where and how?04:05
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, :( oh! open another terminal and type "cd /"04:05
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brownjavadoes anyone have experience with remote desktop on edgy?  I'm having a problem with it being incredibly slow04:05
dwidokay i did that04:06
Quaruptkitche, but my xorg.conf says its using "NV" driver??04:12
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kitcheQuarupt: you have ot change nv to nvidia04:12
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, now type "mkdir dwid" or any other name u want for ur new directory!04:12
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dwidgoldenhawk3d: permision denied04:12
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, "sudo mkdir dwid"04:12
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rcmivbrownjava, use nx it's fast04:12
dwidnow what to do04:12
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Endurcan someone help me? my live CD hangs at the loading screen04:12
brownjavarcmiv: nx?  not familiar with it...can you point me in the direction to setting it up, getting it working, etc.?04:12
`ShawnCould someone tell me how many CD's the latest release of ubuntu takes?04:12
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, now, from the other terminal, tell me the output of "sudo fdisk -l /dev/hdb"04:12
drivera90how do I make my desktop pretty? (this is the main reason i switched to linux btw)04:12
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, is it /dev/hdb1 ???04:12
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dwidunder device boot, yes04:12
regeyadrivera90: seriously?  that's the main reason you switched to linux???04:12
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddrivera90, try Beryl,04:12
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rcmivbrownjava, google nomachine, instructions are on their 'site and many howtos around--easy04:12
drivera90regeya, yeah. I'm in a ton of forums, and always felt miserable around "Show Off Your Desktop" topics.04:12
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, ok. now in the other terminal type "sudo mount /dev/hdb1 /dwid"04:12
regeyadrivera90: if you work for a news agency, do us a favor and DON'T write an op-ed about how bad Linux sucks and what Linux needs to be "ready"04:12
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regeyadrivera90: in all seriousness, you should really work on learning a bit more about the system you've just chosen for your desktop BEFORE you concentrate on making it pretty.04:12
dwidwait which terminal, the one i just sudo fdisk?04:12
rcmivsilly question - is there a way to have "key clicks" in gnome terminal?04:12
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, any. it doesnt matter!04:12
Vuenrcmiv: key clicks?04:12
drivera90well i can work my way around it, do all the things I normally do, office stuff, some gaming, some emulation04:12
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, :P04:12
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, done?04:12
rcmivyeah, click sound as you type04:12
drivera90music, codecs, downloads. pretty much all I need.04:12
blankfazeif i wanted to switch from gnome to kde, would i have to just do a fresh install using kubuntu instead of ubuntu?04:12
rcmivlike a typewriter04:12
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Vuenrcmiv: haha are you serious? you want it to click like the hackers in movies?04:12
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MrWamuI'm having trouble appending to nano anyone help me?04:12
dwidlooks like it04:12
dwidthanks so much04:12
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, wait04:12
regeyadrivera90: I don't say this to be mean, and maybe you've got some *n?x chops already, so maybe it's wasted on you, but I've seen too many people go for the 'pretty' desktop and wind out burning out fast 'coz they don't understand the OS04:12
rcmivyeah, or more like ZorkII on a C64 actually, and I am serious04:12
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, its not over yet!04:12
VuenMrWamu: appending to nano? what do you mean?04:12
drivera90could use something that resembles MS Paint, but I've settled.04:12
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, ha04:12
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, its just mounted! but its entry still pending in fstab!04:12
rcmivI am actually surprised that no one has a script to do this04:12
MrWamuI need to put some lines into /ect/apt/sources.list04:12
drivera90I'm a quick learner, I'm just uninterested in learning anything until I need it for my daily tasks, PC-related.04:12
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dwidokay what to do now04:12
regeyaI honestly think all those compiz/beryl videos on youtube are potentially damaging to the free *n?x community04:12
`ShawnHow many CD's does the latest version of Ubuntu require to install?04:13
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, has it been successfully mounted? can u see its contents in the folder?04:13
Vuendrivera90: yeah, a pretty desktop is a very bad reason to switch to linux. you'd be better off using vista (not that vista looks any better than linux+beryl, just that it's easier). genuinely good reasons to switch are the stability and virtual immunity to viruses/spyware.04:13
QuaruptHow can I see if my Hardware 3D Accel is working? glxgears?04:13
Vuen`Shawn: one04:13
VuenQuarupt: yep04:13
`ShawnThanks Vuen.04:13
dwidit wont open but it no longer says unable to mount04:13
MrWamuVuen can you help me?04:13
sivikQuarupt, glxgears -printfps and if its over 1k, it should be working04:13
dwidi guess cuz there is nothing in there04:13
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QuaruptVuen, it runs but doesnt spit out the FPS in the terminal??04:13
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, why wont it open?04:13
frogzooregeya: beryl is perfectly pointless, but does impress your boss if he's looking over your shoulder04:13
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, whats the problem?04:13
drivera90well, the thing is Vuen, most of the things that make Windows look as pretty as Linux are things I have to download and pay for, meaning I have to download and get cracks for, filling me with spyware.04:13
QuaruptAWW there is an option for printfps now04:13
dwidit just wont open it doesnt say anything whne i click on it04:14
sivikQuarupt, yes04:14
dwidit just does nothing04:14
elcaseyI need help figuring which package to install to alleviate an error. This is the error message I get when running ./configure - "configure: error: You need GTK+ 1.2 or later to build this plug-in."04:14
VuenQuarupt: glxinfo|grep direct04:14
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, oh! wait!04:14
elcaseyI'm trying to compile xmmsinfopipe04:14
VuenMrWamu: use gedit instead04:14
drivera90and spyware would, in turn, slow the computer down, making it harder to run all the things to make it pretty. thus, linux.04:14
VuenMrWamu: gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list04:14
sivikbe happy if yours is right Quarupt, mine has never worked04:14
QuaruptVuen 4567.589 fps, is good?04:14
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VuenMrWamu: you can add lines to your sources.list from inside synaptic by the way. just hit "add repository"04:14
sivikQuarupt, yes04:14
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, type "sudo chmod 777 /dwid" in any terminal04:14
kitcheQuarupt: there was always an option for it04:15
VuenMrWamu: instead of editing the file directly04:15
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, and then try opening it again!04:15
sivikQuarupt, anything over 1k means its installed correctly04:15
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elcaseywow, thanks04:15
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frogzooelcasey: libgtk2.0-dev04:15
dwidstill same problem04:15
regeyaI just had a bunch of lines fly by.  saw a comment to me in there.  don't have logging turned on. :-(04:15
Quaruptkitche, I beg to differ I used to just type glxgears when i used to use ubuntu a long time ago and it printed the fps04:15
WimpogGUYS, how can I boot from CD in grub when the system starts up?04:16
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, oh! try "sudo mount |grep hdb1"04:16
drivera90So how do I get Compiz/Beryl?04:16
kitcheQuarupt: yes but glxgears is not meant for a benchmark so the developers hid the fps as an option only04:16
VuenWimpog: you can't. once it reaches grub it's already booted from the hard drive.04:16
frogzooWimpog: usually change your bios to look for cd first04:16
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ubotuBeryl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. See http://forum.beryl-project.org/ - Help in #ubuntu-xgl04:17
MrWamuVuen gksudo worked! thanks04:17
dwid":dev/hdb1 on /dwid type ext3 (rw)"04:17
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VuenWimpog: you need to boot from the cd before that. either tell the bios to boot from cd first, or hit the right key to choose the boot device (usually F8) during POST04:17
Quaruptkitche, Yea but I am saying you didnt need to give it the option before it did it by default04:17
Wimpogfrogzoo: I did set boot priorities to CD, but it does not boot from CD04:17
VuenMrWamu: gksudo is just sudo for graphical programs. gedit is the text editor.04:17
blankfazein Preferences > Windows, under Titlebar Action, you can set action for double-clicking on the titlebar... is there anything that can change that to or add a right-click option?04:17
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frogzooWimpog: maybe the cds not bootable04:17
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, it is mounted! try 1 more thing. in anyterminal type "cd /dwid"04:17
Wimpogfrogzoo: it should be...04:18
WimpogI'll try it on other PC04:18
dwidoaky now what04:18
gOLdenHaWK3Dtype ls04:18
QuaruptMan I cant wait till the IpodLinux guys get a distro out for the 5th gens04:18
VuenWimpog: don't worry, my motherboard ignores my boot order also. try intercepting it by repeatedly pressing f8 when you turn the computer on04:18
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, can u see the contents?04:18
dwid'is what it says04:18
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Quaruptnow I am off to find a good free FPS for linux04:19
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, is ur hdb1 empty?04:19
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slvmchni can help you quarupt04:19
cchancehow do i access my windows partion04:19
drivera90Quarupt, Nexuiz04:19
WimpogVuen: so once I turn the PC on, I just press and hold F8?04:19
VuenWimpog: no, press f8 over and over04:19
Quaruptslvmchn, ???04:19
slvmchnyeah, it comes down to: Nexuiz, Savage, Enemy Territory, True Combat: Elite, and Tremulous04:19
VuenWimpog: until something happens04:19
MrWamuvuen I tried updating after editing and I got an error...04:19
WimpogVuen: just keep pressing it?04:19
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, ahh!!! ok! now type "sudo nano -w /etc/fstab"04:19
MrWamuUnable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), is another process using it?04:19
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VuenMrWamu: close synaptic :p04:19
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Quaruptdrivera90, is that availible in any of the sources we generally use?04:20
slvmchnquarupt: do you want realistic, fast-paced, team-based, what sort of FPS do you like?04:20
dwidokay now what04:20
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cchancei need a fast answer. How do i access my windows partion, forgot what its called04:20
VuenQuarupt: sudo apt-get install tremulous nexuiz04:20
drivera90It should be, Quarupt04:20
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, goto the last line using arrow keys! and in a new line type this04:20
Quaruptslvmchn, I wasnt under the impression I had the option of being choosey, its linux04:20
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MrWamuIt says if I close synaptic changes will be lost?04:20
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VuenMrWamu: then tell synaptic to update04:21
slvmchnquarupt: well for gaming, linux has a bunch of FPS games, but not much else... for RTS total annihilation: spring looks good04:21
slvmchnbut i can't get it compiled04:21
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QuaruptI love RTS there are RTS's availible?04:21
slvmchni play a lot of Savage which is a first person shooter but is also a real time strategy04:21
dwidokay type what04:21
slvmchnit's like warcraft but one person builds the base while everyone else plays FPS04:21
QuaruptWe might have to take this to offtopic???04:21
frogzoo!wesnoth | Quarupt04:21
ubotuwesnoth: fantasy turn-based strategy game. In component universe, is extra. Version 1.1.8-1 (edgy), package size 1820 kB, installed size 4140 kB04:21
slvmchnwesnoth isn't RTS04:21
slvmchnbut it is still fun, it's like battle isle or advance wars04:22
MrWamuEven though I used gksudo?04:22
Quaruptthats a TBS, I hate TBS04:22
gpdMy new Nvidia 650i based system won't boot Edgy Live  Asus P5N-E SLI04:22
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VuenMrWamu: gksudo is just a front-end for sudo, all it does is run a command as root04:22
slvmchnquarupt: i play a lot of true combat elite, which is like  a "realistic" shooter like counterstrike, but all the guns have ironsights hwich ifind really cool04:22
frogzoo!games | Quarupt04:22
ubotuQuarupt: Information about games on Ubuntu can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Games and http://www.icculus.org/lgfaq/gamelist.php and ubuntugames.org04:22
slvmchnquarupt: also happypenguin.org04:22
slvmchnhas a shitload of games04:22
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid type this "/dev/hdb1 <tab> /dwid <tab> ext3 <tab> noatime <tab> 0 0" and <tab> means press the TAB key there. got it?04:22
MrWamuSO I still have to update synaptic?04:23
gpdI have tried apic=off and noscsi - any other options?04:23
VuenMrWamu: what gedit did is it let you edit your sources. now that it's edited, tell synaptic to update. it should read the new source list.04:23
Quaruptlol could you guys MSG me all the RTS and FPS you mentioned, ill try em all04:23
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slvmchnquarupt: google "total annihilation spring" too, if you can get it working let me know cause it looks really awesome04:23
dwidokay got it now what04:23
frogzoogpd: acpi=off04:23
MrWamuI'm doing that now04:23
cchanceSome one please, help me out i know its possible ive done it before i just forgot what its called to ubotu04:23
gpdfrogzoo: ahah... might be my dementia! :D04:23
MrWamuHopfully it likes it04:23
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid it should look like "/dev/hdb1  /dwid  ext3  noatime  0 0"04:24
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MrWamuVuen its updating sun-java5-bin?04:24
MrWamuIs that right?04:25
dwidyes it looks like that04:25
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Quaruptslvmchn, Vuen, drivera90, can you guys priv msg me all the FPS, and RTS you mentioned please,  will try em all04:25
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, good! now its setup to be mounted automatically!04:25
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slvmchnquarupt: did you see my PMs?04:25
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, now press Ctrl+X to save and quit04:25
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, just keep pressing enter enter!04:26
Quaruptyea slvmchn thx04:26
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, u will be back to terminal!04:26
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slvmchnno problem, enjoy! and also check happypenguin.org, they have a huge archive of linux games04:26
VuenMrWamu: sure, i don't know what repository you added or what you're trying to install04:26
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about winpartion - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:26
kitcheslvmchn: I m gonan try TA on my iwndows machine04:26
DrekarA friend was saying that installing non-opensource applications on Ubuntu was a pain...can anyone be more specific?04:26
Vuencchance: two secs04:26
slvmchnkitche: TA spring looks so good04:26
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about partion - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:26
bruenigDrekar, depends on the application04:26
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cchancevuen, ok04:26
slvmchnit's like C&C generals applied to TA04:26
dwidi still cant open it04:26
slvmchnthe videos for it are amazing04:26
Quaruptslvmchn, I am downloading the TA Spring, but if its source I dont have the build essentials installed so I wont try it, but if its binary ill try it04:26
slvmchnbut i couldn't get it compiled04:26
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slvmchnyeah i think it's source only04:26
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slvmchni odn't know if it has a binary04:27
GMWeezelMy log in window is not the same resolution as my desktop; how do I correct this? Actually, I think it's the monitor frequency not the dimensions.04:27
VuenQuarupt: why don't you just install build-essentials?04:27
bruenigDrekar, some proprietary stuff gets mad if you distribute their stuff so it can't be in the repos meaning that you have to install it yourself04:27
MrWamuVuen I'm trying to add the following lines to etc/apt/sources.list04:27
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MrWamu# Ubuntu Satanic Edition deb http://parker1.co.uk/hell edgy main deb-src http://parker1.co.uk/hell edgy main04:27
rcmivcchance, sudo mount /dev/hda1 /media/win -t ntfs -o nls=utf8, umask=22204:27
Vuencchance: http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu_Edgy#Windows04:27
cchancevuen, im in .0604:27
kitcheslvmchn: right now it only has two maps04:27
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, u lost somewhere?04:27
rcmivcchance, where hda1 is your partition, and /media/win is your mountpoint04:27
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dwidyes i still cant open up the hard drive, nothing comes up04:27
QuaruptVuen, everytime I have ever tried to build anything from source it takes like way to long and breaks at some point and I really don't wanna go through that again, I dunno how to do all the weird make and make install stuff04:28
DrekarWhat do you mean?04:28
Vuencchance: here's the dapper page, it's probably identical to the edgy one: http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Dapper#Windows04:28
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, u wrote the fstab successfully?04:28
aladoes anyone know where a good howto which outlines how to covert a currently running system to raid 1?04:28
dwidim assuming so04:28
VuenQuarupt: only one way to learn :)04:28
cchancercmiv, all that did was give a menu04:28
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frogzooQuarupt: learn to use 'apt-get source'04:28
WimpogI don't know, it still doesn't want to boot from CD04:28
VuenQuarupt: don't worry, it's easier than it looks04:28
QuaruptVuen, Yea but I dont wanna learn, everything will be made easy for newbs eventually if we want people to stop using MS04:29
gOLdenHaWK3Dtype "cat /etc/fstab" to confirm04:29
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GMWeezelHow do I make my log in screen resolution the same as my desktop?04:29
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Vuenfrogzoo: that won't work, the package you're trying to compile needs to actually be in the repos, which makes it kindof pointless04:29
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, u wil see what u wrote at the last!04:29
Quaruptfrogzoo, apt-get source???04:29
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bruenigMrWamu, you said you don't know how to add those lines? sorry just saw your post don't want to read up04:29
VuenQuarupt: well then don't play TA spring.04:29
dwid"/dev/hdc        /media/cdrom0   udf,iso9660 user,noauto     0       004:29
dwid/dev/hdb1       /dwid   ext3    noatime 0 004:29
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Falkon4860where do I find the folder containing the Human theme?  I want to edit it04:29
dwidyes i see it04:29
QuaruptVuen, I am playing it now it was a binary04:29
gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, yes!04:29
rcmivcchance, menu?04:29
slvmchnquarupt: TA spring?04:30
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gOLdenHaWK3Ddwid, now i think u gotta reboot! maybe! try it! im not sure!04:30
dimeoquarupt: ubuntu hardly needs much more than $ sudo apt-get install yourfavouriteprogramname04:30
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dimeonever need to compile04:30
Falkon4860anyone know where I can find the folder containing the Human gtk theme?04:30
slvmchndimeo: only if that program is in the repos though04:30
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slvmchnif not you hvae to compile04:30
frogzooQuarupt: apt-get source d/ls the source from the ubuntu repos - but doesn't help if you need a newer release04:30
Rob002Hi there, I was wondering if this was possible. I want a shell script to run every time I put a DVD in my DVD-ROM drive to use avaliable tools to backup the DVD to XVID. Then eject the DVD when done, all without human intervention. I want to put my movie collection into myth04:30
dimeotons and tons in the repos04:30
Quaruptdimeo, Yes, but these games arent in our repos there source meaning they need to be compiled before played04:30
dimeoeverything the average user will ever need04:30
bruenigFalkon4860, I assume /usr/share/themes/Human04:31
dimeoquarupt: tremulous is04:31
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dimeothat game rocks04:31
Quaruptdimeo, not the games we are talking about04:31
Quaruptdimeo, nevermind dude04:31
dimeoenemy territory is a download and rightclick04:31
dimeowhich one you talking bout?04:31
Quaruptdimeo, ET sucks bad04:31
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Falkon4860bruenig, yeah it was there.  Thanks for the help :D04:32
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Quaruptdimeo, TA04:32
rcmivRob002, it is very definitely possible and when you write that script, I would like a copy!04:32
dimeoet is pretty popular for a 'sucky game'04:32
Quaruptits source only04:32
gpdfrogzoo: sweet -- it now boots! Just a matter of the GeForce 8800 now!04:32
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dimeoTotal Anhilation?04:32
Quaruptdimeo, yes thats what it stands for04:32
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cchanceThanks #ubuntu I now have access04:32
dimeolike the ooold school game?04:32
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AscRob002: mencoder could be used to do the converting, but working out the appropriate options is far beyond me.  Erm... it doesn't do it automatically, but acidrip is a mencoder frontent type thing - you might try asking on its' forums04:33
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Quaruptdimeo, no TA Spring is brand new, has a new engine to, it looks like Farcry on PC to me04:33
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cchanceWait a minute i cant wright? How do i fix this04:33
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cchancehold that i need to do a test04:34
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dimeoquarupt: wow that's pretty awesome...open source version of the classic!04:34
Geocritterwhat channel should i go onto to find out about ubuntu hardware development?  I got a couple of problems that I need some help with04:34
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Quaruptdimeo, no a sequel of a classic04:34
Falkon4860ok, well I found the Human theme folder, but I can't find the texture I want to replace.  I want to replace the gray menu bar with a black one04:34
Geocritterbruenig: i mean devs who are working on hardware under ubuntu04:34
dimeo"you will have to own a copy of TA to legally use this content."04:34
Falkon4860Anyone know if I can access the files used by the themes?04:35
dimeonot totally free though04:35
Rob002Any idea why vmware player is in Synaptic, but VMWare server is not?04:35
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dimeoserver isn't free rob04:35
bruenigGeocritter, the only channel you will probably find devs in (if you will find any at all) is #ubuntu+1, but generally these are support channels04:35
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QuaruptRob002, maybe cause VMware cost 300 dollars?04:39
frogzooGeocritter: hardware is really a linux kernel issue - not ubuntu04:39
dimeovirtualbox is free04:39
Rob002Looking at the website I can download server for free =P04:39
dimeoand it's AWESOME04:39
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rpereiraHey... Did someone notice that Karma value is very lesser than some days ago?04:39
Geocritterok, thanks04:39
QuaruptRob002, try it04:39
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Falkon4860anyone know how I can switch out a few PNGs in the human theme to customize it (beyond what the theme selector does)?04:39
drivera90So, how do I get Beryl/Compiz and make my desktop nice and shiny?04:39
Rob002I just did, VMWare server is free. Listed on the "Free" page.. etc.04:39
bruenigFalkon4860, just switch them out04:39
dimeokarma value?04:39
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bruenigvery lesser?04:39
Falkon4860but I can't find them in the folder04:39
rpereiraYes, on launchpad.04:39
QuaruptWell I am off to try this Tremulous04:39
Falkon4860under gtk2, there's just an xml file04:39
rpereiraMy Karma on launchpad was 17k an now: https://launchpad.net/~rpereira04:39
dimeoquarupt: we wont see u for days04:39
Falkon4860so, bruenig, do u know where I can find the actual textures for the human theme?04:39
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bruenigFalkon4860, no I am not really into theming, I will see if I can find it04:39
dimeothe guys musta been on mushrooms when they invented the spiders04:39
Falkon4860ok thanks04:39
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bruenig!hi | linux_lisa04:39
ubotulinux_lisa: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!04:39
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dimeoquarupt: it's uhh very creative04:39
Rob002Yeah, just looked. VMware server 1.0 is now free. Yet not in even the multiverse04:39
phrowzencan anyone give me a hand? i did a mouseover in my web browser or something, and its got this yellow box from the mouseover thats showing me the url of this webpage.. but it *wont* go away!.. ive closed opera, hit ctrl+a+d.. locked screen and came back in, and its still here.. i dont really want to end my X session right now04:39
bruenigRob002, it has been free for a while and never been in the repos04:40
cchanceIve mounted my windows partion but now how do i wright to it04:40
dygeratibulmer: Alright, the main ext3 linux partition has been pushed back to sdc1, but the OS seems to think it's still sda1. The fstab uses UUID's, not sd**, to mount the partitions, so how do I correct it?04:40
bruenigRob002, you can package it if you want, that would be nice04:40
linux_lisamy wifi was working with dapper, and then i clean installed edgy (maintaining only my /home partition), now my wifi (internal, laptop) is not recognized04:40
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dimeocchance: i don't think you can write to NTFS safely04:40
Rob002I have no idea how to even start :) I'm pretty new at this ubuntu thing04:40
dimeocchance: unless it's fat3204:40
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bigfuzzyjesushow do i get my ip04:40
ubotuntfs-3g is 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. Installation instructions at http://lunapark6.com/?p=1710 (Dapper) and http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=217009/ (Edgy)04:40
bigfuzzyjesuswhat is the term command04:40
frogzoobigfuzzyjesus: ifconfig04:40
cchancedimeo ive got to ive got a corupt file preventing me from booting it04:41
Falkon4860bigfuzzyjesus, just google 'find my ip adress'04:41
Falkon4860there are a lot of sites that can tell u04:41
alaanyone know of a good tutorial that shows you how to convert a running system to raid??04:41
Falkon4860it's a little scary, actually04:41
bigfuzzyjesusfrogzoo, thanks i knew it was something like this i thought it was ipconfig04:41
dimeoboot a live version of ubuntu or knoppix04:41
linux_lisaoutput of lspci-v for my internal wifi card is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3786/04:41
linux_lisaif anywone cares04:41
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Falkon4860so does anyone here know where the theme textures are (like for Human)?04:42
jt__what should i do with this warning: libGL warning: 3D driver claims to not support visual 0x4b   ??04:42
Ascphrowzen: try changing the cursor icon-thing04:42
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ubotuTo view your Windows/Mac partitions see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions . For write access see !ntfs-3g or !fuse04:42
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dimeohey.. write access himmm04:42
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ntfs-g3 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:42
riomy soundcard works using rhythmbox music player, but not when i watch videos thru youtube.  how do i fix that?04:42
phrowzenAsc, the cursor icon in mouse properties? ya? hmm ok ill try that. but theres nothing wrong with the mouse, just theres this stupid box with a yellow background and black text displaying a url..04:42
ubotuThough it's still very unsafe, you can read about Ubuntu NTFS writing using fuse here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lkraider/NtfsFuse04:42
jt__what should i do if i get this warning, is it harmfull? : libGL warning: 3D driver claims to not support visual 0x4b04:42
Ascphrowzen: Oh, my bad - I misread.04:43
phrowzenAsc, thats ok, thanks anyways04:43
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cchanceWhat would go wrong if i wrote to my nfts partion04:43
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Quaruptdimeo, that game is fun but multiplayer I am looking for single player stuff I can play offline04:43
dimeonot much... you may just become a full time ubuntu user!04:43
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dimeoquarupt: gotcha04:44
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gOLdenHaWK3Dis there any inbuilt hexeditor in Edgy?04:44
Ascphrowzen: When that happens with firefox, it goes away if you mouse over the box(and maybe hover for a second).  If that doesn't work, make sure opera is closed and restart it.  If that doesn't work, tough ;p04:44
dimeoesp some classic RTS games.... c&C type stuff04:44
gOLdenHaWK3Dor do i have to install it?04:44
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gOLdenHaWK3Dis there any inbuilt hexeditor in Edgy? or do i have to install it from any rep?04:45
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riomy soundcard works using rhythmbox music player, but not when i watch videos thru firefox[.  how do i fix that?04:45
dimeoThere was a 3d c&c type game in development... last i checked it was two years ago =p04:45
yhallotharIs there a better burning utility than CD/DVD creator for ubuntu04:45
yhallotharI need something that burns isos04:45
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mjukisCan someone help my out here maybe? I have Kubuntu up04:45
dimeoyhall:   k3b  is good i've heard04:45
Ascyhallothar: gnomebaker works okay for me04:46
mjukisand running on a USB drive and have formated my main internal hd.04:46
cowbudis there a way to look at what params a module was loaded with?04:46
dimeomjukis: good job so far!04:46
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, Right click on Image (ISO) file -> Write to Disc... -> Write04:46
cowbudgnomebaker is trash brasero or k3b!04:46
mjukisI want to install Kubuntu to my internal hd.04:46
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mjukisHave no cdrom.04:46
cowbudbrasero is the rising star with burning04:46
dimeogolden:  i love how that's built into the OS04:46
gOLdenHaWK3Ddimeo, yeah!04:47
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yhallotharI've done that three times and it always says there's an error04:47
mjukisCan I run the installation program directly from within ubuntu?04:47
dimeocow:  brasero is a good burning program?04:47
linux_lisaany help on my wifi issues?04:47
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dygeratiI've been dumped into the BusyBox shell due to a boot problem. ALL I want to know is which tool I can use as a text editor from this shell? Anyone know?04:48
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dimeomjukis:  so you've booted off ubuntu, not off a livecd but from ubuntu on your usb hard drive?04:49
gOLdenHaWK3Ddimeo, instead of typing names, just type "gol" and press tab key, name autocompletion!!! :)04:49
ubotuntfs-3g is 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. Installation instructions at http://lunapark6.com/?p=1710 (Dapper) and http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=217009/ (Edgy)04:49
Nergarhello, i need some help04:49
mjukisAnd wiped xp from my laptop once and for all. =)04:49
dimeogOLdenHaWK3D: sweet!04:49
gOLdenHaWK3Ddimeo, :)04:49
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spasticteapotDoes anyone know how to start Samba?04:50
anon_dygerati: vi, nano?04:50
dimeothat is a gaim specific feature ?04:50
anon_not sure04:50
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Nergari want to share a conexion, conect my lappy to internet with wifi and share that conection so i can connect my 360 to my lappy with ethernet cable04:50
spasticteapot/etc/init.d won't work.04:50
steevhey all - with fiesty herd2, via rhine chipset, i get no networking - i can't seem to find my edgy cd to install it though :(04:50
steev(and im out of cds)04:50
yhallotharIso burning for linux :(?04:50
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cchanceWould some one pm me and walk me through seting up read/wright on the system for NTFS04:51
dygeratianon_: Nope, nor pico/emacs...or anything else that I recognize.04:51
gopis fiesty out04:51
yhallotharpeople make a suggestion and then someone else says that one is shit04:51
rcmivNergar, is your 'lappy' already connected to the internet?04:51
ubotuThe next version of Ubuntu (7.04; codenamed "Feisty Fawn"), it should be released in April 2007. At the moment it is alpha. Schedule: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FeistyReleaseSchedule - Specifications (goals): https://features.launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/feisty - Help in #ubuntu+104:51
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Nergaryep rcmiv04:51
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digin4hail humans!04:51
steevforums and launchpad don't seem to be pulling up any info on this, but i noticed that 2.16.20 release candidates the via-rhine module isn't working either04:51
Nergari do that in windows but i want to erase xp for good04:51
Creedencehi guys... anyone have xgl install and have beryl die with the last update?04:51
anon_dygerati: then you might be out of luck04:51
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, try cdrecord <isoname> from terminal mode!04:52
mjukisCan I run the ubuntu install program from within ubuntu?04:52
steevgop: yes, i realize what it is, im not new to linux in any way shape or form04:52
yhallotharhey I already said I tried that04:52
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, then what do u need?04:52
yhallotharit fails. three times in a row with different disks.04:52
yhallotharI need one that works, obviously.04:52
rcmivNergar, why erase xp for good?04:52
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, oh!!! try any graphical one then!04:52
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Nergarcus i want my lappy to run linux and my pc windows04:53
yhallothar.  . .04:53
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spasticteapotNergar: what are you talking about?04:53
patbamhi, is there some way to cleanly upgrade my version of gedit to the latest version?04:53
Nergari need to share a connection04:53
dimeorcmiv: there is a certain satisfaction on running a system totally free of that MS crap04:53
spasticteapotHow are you sharing it?04:53
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spasticteapotDimeo: NO ONE denies me my BGII fix.04:54
Nergarso i can connect my 360 with ethernet to my lappy and connect my lappy to internet with wifi04:54
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spasticteapotYou're best off just buying a cheapie PC and adding a wifi card - less hassle.04:54
spasticteapotYou can get one from Goodwill for about $15 - you don't need much.04:54
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Nergarits hard to do that??04:54
steevless hassle? its a few iptables04:54
Falstiusis there a panel applet that has gkrellm type output?04:54
spasticteapotAdd a $10 wifi card, and you're done.04:54
spasticteapotIt's pretty easy.04:54
spasticteapotI actually did exactly what you're talking about.04:55
Nergari don't need/want a new pc04:55
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Nergarthat for me?04:55
spasticteapotNot a new PC - a PC just for serving internet for your Xbox.04:55
kitchesteev: for feisty support #ubuntu+104:55
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spasticteapotWhat I have there will work for your Xbox - run the command, and set the settings as stated.04:56
dimeospasticteapot: goodwill wifi cards = hackers are the future of recycling04:56
Brunellushi guys.  what environment variable defines the keymapping in the console?04:56
dimeogotta love it04:56
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Nergari don't have space for a pc where my 360 is, cus its the living room, i only connect to my lappy when i play (in windows)04:56
dimeoNergar: u put linux on your xbox?04:57
Nergaron my lappy04:57
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Nergardual boot04:57
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dimeoi gotta buy an old used xbox for $40 and put linux on it... .it's a whole new net appliance!04:57
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yhallothardimeo what do you use to burn isos?04:58
dimeorightclick the iso04:58
steevkitche: thank you04:58
dimeosimple as pie04:58
yhallotharThat fails.04:58
gop_how do I install  identd  so I that I can connect to certain irc servers04:58
gop_in ubuntu04:58
dimeowon't access your drive or burns u a coffee coaster?04:58
gop_I have been unable04:58
yhallotharIt just says at the end that there was an error writing to the disk and I've tried three different cd-rs04:58
yhallotharcoffee coaster pretty much04:58
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dimeommm sorry dude...04:58
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about identd - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:59
gop_any here good with  identd04:59
rcmivdimeo, (sorry I was out) yeah, I agree with that!, but I've not got completely there04:59
dimeoat least the blanks don't cost $10 any more .... =p04:59
kitchegop_: install oidentd setup it up open the port on your router and you should be able to connect04:59
dimeomy first burner was $1000... crazy !04:59
QuaruptHey where do you get True Combat?04:59
CreedenceSince the update to 0.1.9999 everything loads normally but I am unable to select beryl as a window manager from the beryl applet menu. It just reverts back to gnome.04:59
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gop_kitche,  apt-get install oidentd04:59
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ubotuoidentd: replacement ident daemon. In component universe, is extra. Version 2.0.8-1 (edgy), package size 50 kB, installed size 204 kB04:59
kitchegop_: yep sudo apt-get install oidentd05:00
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dimeorcmiv:  i bought a new dell notebook.... I've booted the windows partition ONCE in the past month  =).. just to  agree to the EULA... what was I thinking?05:00
Nergardimeo, is there an option to share a connection like in windows, just check the "allow other computers to connect to internet using this connection" option05:00
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rcmivdimeo, see! they got you  heh05:01
dimeonergar: not that I've seen yet, but I tell you.. there's almost nothing that linux can't do05:01
Quaruptslvmchn, hey where do you get True Combat couldnt find it in the repos?05:01
dimeodid you search the forums?05:01
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Nergarno :P05:02
slvmchnQuarupt: google True Combat Elite05:02
slvmchnyou can download the installer from their site05:02
slvmchnit was initially an ET mod but now it's standalone05:02
rcmivdimeo, actually I surmise that there is little reason to be concerned with operating system preference anymore....with virtualization why not have the best features of them all?05:02
Quaruptslvmchn, so I take it that means I have to DL source and Build it?05:02
slvmchnno quarupt, it has an installer05:02
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dimeoQuarupt: I thought ET 'stuxxors"05:02
slvmchndimeo: TC:E is standalone now05:03
blazerzhey, i have a question, how do i create a binary?05:03
Quaruptdimeo, it does but maybe this mod is better05:03
blazerz"...To start Tibia you have to switch to the newly created Tibia folder. To do so, please start the binary called "Tibia"..."05:03
rcmivblazerz, with a compiler05:03
blazerzrcmiv: compiler?05:03
dimeorcmiv: i totally agree.. i've been so totally blown away with running windows 2000 on virtualbox (those 2 work related proggies I cant avoid are for MS!sigh)05:04
dimeoit f l i e s05:04
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gop_oidentd installed and it setup in my router fowarded but still05:04
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Quaruptslvmchn, maybe I am blind all I see on the site is PC and Mac downloads05:04
gop_can't connect05:04
blazerzwhat is a compiler?05:04
rcmivblazerz, create a binary _what_?05:05
yhallotharso like05:05
Quaruptslvmchn, nevermind it was labled GENERIC lol05:05
yhallotharbrasero, k3d or what should I use?05:05
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yhallotharI have poweriso, does anyone know what you use with it in order to get it to burn an iso to a disc ;[05:05
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dimeorcmiv: I can open and close windows like a little application, or copy and paste the "hard drive"..... my whole HD backup was 300 megs in an RAR05:05
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blazerzthe faq says that to install this program: To start Tibia you have to switch to the newly created Tibia folder. To do so, please start the binary called "Tibia".05:06
Quaruptslvmchn, that Tremulous is fun, but I wish there was an offline version so I could learn it05:06
cchanceIm dumping windows tonight if i can get ubuntu set up like windows. Whats good for runing games and id free05:06
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slvmchnQaurupt: give Savage a run too, i've been playing that the most lately... takes a bit of time to really figure it out, especially commanding, but it's really fun05:06
AmbientMstrHey, I'm having trouble with the panels. My open applications aren't showing on the bottom panel. I'm using Beryl. When I minimize a window, it sinks behind the panel. What the heck?05:06
slvmchnQuarupt: i think the only FPS that you can play offline out of these is ET, with bots05:06
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dimeoyhallothar: i don't think it will change with a different program... it sounds like you've got a bigger problem05:06
slvmchnand maybe nexuiz05:06
Quaruptdimeo what was this VMware lookalike called?05:06
rcmivdimeo, yeah it's really cool.  I do most of my work at home via windows in a vm...love it05:06
abasinisvacanthow do i register a channel?05:06
kitcheabasinisvacant: /msg chanserv help register05:07
Quaruptslvmchn, thx for telling me that now I can cancel the DL of Total Combat Elite05:07
rcmivdimeo, it just feels like windows belongs in that little box, heh05:07
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, poweriso for linux?05:07
Quaruptslvmchn, do you know any offline RTS or FPS's?05:07
yhallotharI ahve that05:07
dimeoslvmchn: i read that 'savage'   feels like a chore to play... true?05:07
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, try its documentation!05:07
cchanceHow can i run games in linux05:07
yhallotharnot alot of info there05:07
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cchanceneed a prog thats free and runs most fames05:07
Quaruptcchance, after you install them you type the game name in a terminal or click the icon :)05:08
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, what error are u getting when u burn thru cdrecord?05:08
Daemoniccchance, get all your good gaming hardware installed and working and pray to the Linux gods. ;)05:08
cchanceno i mean windows games05:08
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, i think u need to configure something!05:08
dimeocchance :   $ sudo apt-get install tremulous05:08
cheetahcchance, wine05:08
yhallotharI can't say the exact error now, because I don't remember explicitly05:08
Quaruptdimeo, whats the name of the VMware lookalike you were talkin about?05:08
cchanceNO wine for me i hate that prog05:08
rcmivdimeo, of course I am ironically running right now with ubuntu in a vm on xp.. varies by the day.. thus my supposition that soon operating system will be pretty much meaningless....05:08
cchancedimeo, il try it05:08
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AmbientMstrHey, I'm having trouble with the panels. My open applications aren't showing on the bottom panel. I'm using Beryl. When I minimize a window, it sinks behind the panel. What the heck?05:09
cheetahcchance, I don't know then05:09
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, u need to configure something! copy the error message and google05:09
Quaruptcchance, lol wine doesnt emulate DX so its not good for games, buy cedega05:09
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, u will definately get some solution!05:09
dimeovirtualbox guys... virtualbox05:09
abasinisvacanti still do not know how to register a channel05:09
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cchancedimeo, is that a game or an emu05:09
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, K3B uses cdrecord underneath!05:09
Quaruptdimeo, if it was that good it would be in the repos? E: Couldn't find package virtualbox05:09
rcmivcchance, its a vm05:10
cchancequarupt, cant i compile it my self for free?05:10
blazerzhow to: switch to a newly created folder. with a binary?05:10
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yhallotharI installed wine, but how do you get it to work after that05:10
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dimeorcmiv: running ubuntu on xp?  thats like complaining about your safety while driving on the autobahn at 300mph05:10
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, if u install K3B, then u can configure its options graphically, or try XCdroast!05:10
cchanceok then i need to update my repositories05:10
Quaruptcchance, I heard there was script to build the CVS, but that was a long time ago, google it05:10
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 !EasySource05:10
blazerzhow do i switch to a newly created folder. with a binary05:10
zak__yhallothar: "wine something.exe"05:10
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, XCdroast is a gui of cdrecord05:10
Nergarthanx ever1 for the help05:10
dimeoQuarupt: go to virtuabox.org05:10
rcmivdimeo true05:10
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic05:10
Quaruptdimeo, I am sure I can get it I am just saying if its as good as your saying, the devs would put it in the repos05:11
dimeorcmiv: the whole idea is linux is more secure and stable05:11
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D7xkis there a howto on setting up tv out?05:11
AmbientMstrHey, I'm having trouble with the panels. My open applications aren't showing on the bottom panel. I'm using Beryl. When I minimize a window, it sinks behind the panel. What the heck?05:11
ubotuFor help with enabling the TV-Out, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NvidiaTVOutNewbieEdition (Nvidia cards) or http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Tvout (ATI cards, *untested*)05:12
gOLdenHaWK3Done day these repos will overpower the whole MS world!05:12
bruenigwill never happen05:12
D7xkbruenig: yeah, but I have an epia board05:12
bruenigas MS falls, Mac rises05:12
nargubuntu's theme is brown-dominated, yes?05:12
dimeowhat got me to switch was when my wifes computer AND mine were both plagued with 200 trojans, backdoors, spyware and viruses... each... while running norton05:12
zcat[1] ongoing problem; when I try to log in, I get as far as a blank blue screen and nothing else happens. This problem occures quite often and I already know this will come right after a reboot but this sin't Windows, anyone got a real answer?05:12
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yhallotharNorton just sucks, Dimeo05:12
dimeonarg:  brown  is IN05:12
zak__bruenig: still, i'd MUCH rather live in a mac dominated world than the MS dominated one :)05:12
bruenigI hate the dock menu05:13
gOLdenHaWK3Dmaybe dimeo never updated it! lol05:13
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bruenigI will blow my brains out if that becomes my only option05:13
tom_zcat[1] : i know what that is05:13
asc_narg: until you change it, yeah05:13
zcat[1] btw; using default session, gnome safe session, etc doesn't make any difference05:13
nargI have a friend who denies this :p05:13
gOLdenHaWK3Dis there any hexeditor in ubuntu?05:13
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LogiteHey guys05:13
zcat[1] tom_ yeah?05:13
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gOLdenHaWK3Dis there any hexeditor in ubuntu?05:13
bruenig!hi | Logite05:13
ubotuLogite: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!05:13
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bruenig!repeat | gOLdenHaWK3D05:14
ubotugOLdenHaWK3D: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly, if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. You can search https://help.ubuntu.com or http://wiki.ubuntu.com while you wait. Also see !patience05:14
tom_zcat[1] : leave the blue screen for a couple minutes, it will then say gnome-settings-daemon failed to load. just means things like panel placing and stuff won't be saved.05:14
dimeogOLdenHaWK3D: maybe autoupdate doesn't include the virus they haven't found yet?05:14
LogiteI'm a windows user, (i game mostly) and my windows is being overly annoying. Curious what switching over to ubuntu would be like05:14
rcmivdimeo, it seems to live up... those asian dictionaries haven't got through yet...05:14
gOLdenHaWK3Ddimeo, lolz05:14
bruenig!info ghex05:14
ubotughex: GNOME Hex editor for files. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.8.2-3build1 (edgy), package size 685 kB, installed size 2332 kB05:14
blazerzhow to switch to a newly created folder. with a binary05:14
tom_goldenhawk3d: yeah there is btw.05:14
zcat[1] tom_ any idea what causes it or if there's something I can force to restart?05:14
bruenig!info biew05:14
ubotubiew: console hex viewer/editor with disassembler. In component universe, is optional. Version 5.6.2-2 (edgy), package size 364 kB, installed size 920 kB05:14
anon_Logite: D/L a live CD and try it!05:14
sivikhow do i set the amount of time between when running a command with sudo, that it asks me for a password again, i would like it to do it everytime, or have a timeout time of like 30 seconds05:14
bruenig!info hexcurse05:14
ubotuhexcurse: A ncurses-based hex editor with many features. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.55-2 (edgy), package size 24 kB, installed size 120 kB05:14
gOLdenHaWK3Dtom_, yes! plz05:14
bruenig!info khexedit05:14
ubotukhexedit: KDE hex editor. In component universe, is optional. Version 4:3.5.5-0ubuntu2 (edgy), package size 362 kB, installed size 1164 kB05:14
asc_LogiteL not so good for gaming.05:14
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LogiteWell I don't NEED gaming so much I guess05:15
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about bmp - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:15
tom_zcat[1] : i don't know i haven't managed to fix this either.05:15
LogiteBut what about for other stuff05:15
gOLdenHaWK3Dthanx, but if i could get one for gnome!!!05:15
oblibanyone know about setting up courier-imap on ubuntu edgy?05:15
zak__zcat[1] : sometimes my system crashes on boot because the printer has a SD slot but nothing's in it [it tries to read and just stalls with errors] . could be something like that?05:15
zcat[1] Just tried killing gnome-settings-daemon, let's see if it respawns :)05:15
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dimeologite: there are some very good games for linux05:15
LogiteI'm not too worried about gaming tbh05:15
blazerzhey guys, please how do i switch to a newly created folder. with a binary05:15
LogiteI just want a damned stable OS05:15
bruenigLogite, supertux is better than anything05:15
yhallotharhow do you play css in windows :(?05:15
yhallotharer linux05:15
Quaruptdimeo, can you boot an OS thats allready installed on a seperate partition like VMware?05:16
bruenigblazerz, with a binary?05:16
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gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, u mean counter strike source???05:16
yhallotharwhat else would I mean05:16
Logitecascading style sheetrs05:16
yhallotharyou don't play those05:16
dimeoquarupt; virtualbox installs the os to a virtual HD 'file" you can copy and paste inside linux....05:16
Logiteguess you could05:16
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, one of my friends is running it in wine!05:16
Quaruptblazerz, we would help but your question makes no sense? To switch dirs in a console use the cd command05:16
Logitetoo fast for me :D05:16
asc_Logite: It's mostly a hobbyist and enterprise OS, and things like stability seem to vary based on hardware.   It's been very good for me though.05:16
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Quaruptdimeo, so you mean No it can't?05:16
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blazerzbut it says this: A new folder named Tibia will be created which contains the client and its supporting files. We recommend to do this in your home directory or a subdirectory of it, since also the map files and your config file will be created there. To start Tibia you have to switch to the newly created Tibia folder. To do so, please start the binary called "Tibia". Please understand that the client will not be able to find all necessary files05:17
blazerzto run the game if you try to start the client from any other location. If you want to create a desktop launch icon, yo05:17
LogiteSo what advice would you give me for switching from windows to another OS05:17
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tom_logite: wormux is fun! same with nexuiz05:17
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, i want to run it too! but can get my display drivers set up to 3d acceleration!05:17
blazerzTo start Tibia you have to switch to the newly created Tibia folder. To do so, please start the binary called "Tibia".05:17
gOLdenHaWK3Dyhallothar, :(05:17
bruenigblazerz, start the binary05:17
anon_Logite: try a live CD05:17
bruenigblazerz, just type the path to it05:17
yhallotharI just want to reinstall xp so I can set up a dualboot with ubuntu, I did shit backwards05:17
dimeoquarupt: no don't think it can05:17
Logitei just downloaded the one from the main page05:17
mrpeenut24hey im trying to change the keybindings for a fn+f6 etc for a volume up and i'm using xbindkeys, but it wont recognize the function key05:17
zcat[1] tom_: how long does it take before I should see an error.. I've leaft it for up to 15 minutes in the past and still just see the background colour....05:17
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mrpeenut24anyone know what to do?05:18
frogzooyhallothar: which cd u have?05:18
blazerzin terminal i write where the application is?05:18
bruenigblazerz, type out the full path to the binary and it shall launch05:18
dimeotom_: nexuiz looked interesting.. but the wierd thing is it runs so slow on my 3d card... other 3d games just fly05:18
tom_zcat[1] : it takes me around 10 minutes. if you're computer usually runs sluggishly, it could take longer. i'm not even sure you have the same problem as me.05:18
blazerzsorry, first day at ubuntu, where is the binary?05:18
tom_dimeo: runs great for me.05:18
blazerzat linux*05:18
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asc_Logite: Try the liveCD first.  If you can, install it on an unused computer or disk before you overwrite windows, so you can see if the install process is manageable.05:18
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bruenigblazerz, well it is in that package, somewhere. It says to run that tibia binary, I would assume that is in whatever you are trying to install or whatever you are trying to do05:19
high-freqanyone experience any probs wit rubygem and postgresql?  such as the command  "gem install postgres"05:19
asc_Logite: Those items are sequential, not simultanious05:19
blazerzoh, ok thanks05:19
zcat[1] OK this is different.. now gnome-panel's sitting at 99% cpu.. that never happend before...05:19
Logitewhat do you mean05:19
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frogzooyhallothar: dapper or edgy?05:19
dimeologite: if your gonna install another os... make some room on the HD for a second partition to play with05:19
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dimeoa handy tool:   download the qtparted boot disk iso and burn it05:20
Logitei'm just wondering why i should switch over05:20
asc_Logite: Just saying that I didn't mean to imply that you have to install anything to use the livecd05:20
tom_zcat[1] : delete the panel data in ~./gnome2/ maybe you have a panel applet misbehaving.05:20
LogiteWould I be able to do everything but gaming that i'm doing on XP right now?05:20
pavslatest update of beryl messe up my beryl view. #D desktop doesnt work anymore what do I do?05:20
dimeoLogite: everything you do... break it down05:21
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Logitethe basic shit besides playing games05:21
Logitemusic, web browsing, etc. etc.05:21
ubotuPlease watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.05:21
usr13How do you start an application, 10 seconds from now05:21
dimeoLogite: office work.. spreadsheets and wordprocessing web browsing... childsplay on linux05:21
bruenigusr13, sleep 20;whatever05:21
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usr13bruenig: Thanks.05:21
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dimeoLogite: you know how mac users say their pc is easier to use and more userfriendly?05:21
zcat[1] restarted gdm, back to original problem.. background colour, nothing else happening, top on console shows nothing eating CUP or high load-av, anything odd like that...05:22
zcat[1] *CPU05:22
dimeoLogite: not to mention virus free?05:22
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wastreli have linux05:22
asc_well linux ain't quite the same as mac05:22
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dimeowell.. there are a growing number of mac users who are installing ubuntu instead.... I think that says something!05:22
wastreli want a mac05:23
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wastreli would dual-boot with ubunto05:23
sewwhow do i update GAIM?05:23
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dimeoyea... dual boot is quite handy05:23
wastrel!gaim | seww05:23
bruenigseww, to the latest beta?05:23
ubotuseww: Instant Messenger Clients: Gaim (GNOME, http://help.ubuntu.com/community/GaimHowto), Kopete (KDE), both supporting MSN, Jabber, AIM, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, ICQ and IRC.05:23
coach_zdimeo: i think that is due to the growing popularity of macs over the past year05:23
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sewwbruenig yeah05:23
digin4why does nvidia-glx freezes my laptop?:(05:23
dimeocoach_z:  agreed.. pretty good hardware05:23
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sewwthanks wasabi_05:24
dimeocoach_z: however I opted for the dell xps over the mac notebooks05:24
bruenigseww, try this command: sudo bash -c " echo 'deb  http://repository.debuntu.org/ edgy multiverse' >> /etc/apt/sources.list" && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade05:24
sewwduh... thanks wastrel05:24
Logiteis it going to be a manhunt to find programs to like play music and my graphics drivers etc.05:24
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bruenighmmm there is an unnecessary space in that command05:24
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bruenigI wonder if it will mess something up05:24
dimeocoach_z: so you're triple boot on those intel macs?  Vista, Ubuntu and mac osx?05:25
coach_zdimeo: those xps notebooks are about in the same catevgory, but if my memory serves me right they are just a bit more configurable than the macbook pro's05:25
blackfireheathi, somebody speaks spanish???05:25
zcat[1] any other ideas?05:25
ubotuPara Espaol por favor usen #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, all obtendrn mas ayuda.05:25
coach_zdimeo: no way man!!! osx is the only thing on my macs, plus they are PPC so no real dual boot options....05:25
dimeocoach_z: the xps m1210 was a hell of alot cheaper and state of the art...05:25
Logite is it going to be a manhunt to find programs to like play music and my graphics drivers etc.05:25
coach_zubuntu goes on all of my folding blades05:25
Logitewhen i install ubuntu05:26
bruenigLogite, no it wont05:26
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sewwbruenig yeah it messed it up... where's the space?05:26
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coach_zLogite: nope05:26
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bruenigseww, sudo bash -c " echo, there should be no space between the " and the echo05:26
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dimeocoach_z: I stuck ubuntu on an old imac... green jellybean color... mac os 9 wouldn't even boot!05:26
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sewwbruenig E: Malformed line 37 in source list /etc/apt/sources.list (dist parse)05:27
bruenigseww, yeah pastebin your /etc/apt/sources.list05:27
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bruenigIt probably added that onto a line instead of putting it on its own line05:27
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)05:27
coach_zdimeo: i ran ubuntu on my old titanium powerbook for a while ....deleted it and put osx back on....still as fast05:27
asc_As I understand it, a 3s-bit OS can be run on a 64-bit processor of the same architecture (e.g. x86 and Xeon), and it will run faster than a 32 bit OS on a 32 bit processor of the same clock speed, but slower than a 64 bit OS on the same 64 bit processor; and you can run everything that works on the 32 bit processor.05:27
dimeocoach_z:  my second pc was a mac 040  ... fun fun... ohh and it had a cd 'multimedia' drive!05:27
asc_somebody tell me if I'm wrong05:28
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blankfazehey, i know this is a really subjective question, but what audio players do you guys like?  is there anything remotely like foobar2000?05:28
sewwbruenig hmm ok05:28
asc_or, "you can run everything that works on the 32 bit OS with the 32 bit processor"05:28
dimeoasc_:  sound about right05:28
anon_is foobar winamp-styled?05:28
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about internetshare - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:29
zak__blankfaze: wtf is that? i like banshee [gnome]  and amarok [kde] .05:29
asc_dimeo: excellent.  Any idea what the speed difference is like?05:29
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 !codecs05:29
dimeoasc_:  I read that 64 bit was kinda behind in the repositories.... so 32 is still the way to go.. even if it's not 30% faster05:29
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asc_amarok works fine under gnome, you just have to install a few extra libraries05:29
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tom_amarok looks dirt ugly in gnome05:30
tom_don't use it05:30
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anon_I'm waiting for musikcube to be ported over05:30
asc_Looks fine to me, but then, I don't use gnome05:30
zak__asc_: doesn't work fine under gnome/xfce/anything else for me - but i'm still on breezy, maybe things have changed05:30
asc_interface is crazy crowded though05:30
tom_its god awful ugly in gnome.05:30
anon_xmms if you need something that "just works", IIRC05:30
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zak__asc_: doesn't handle virtual desktops and minimizing quite right here05:31
tom_or cd burning05:31
sewwhey bruenig, dont think i can just download the latest beta from sourceforge and install it that way?05:31
tom_try banshee or muine, quality players.05:31
bruenigseww, yeah you can05:31
zak__anon_: "just" as in "barely" :)05:31
Logiteyo guys, can i boot up if i burned a livecd like i do with xp to install ubuntu?05:31
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gOLdenHaWK3Dxmms rulez05:31
Logite"boot from cd" in other words05:31
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anon_zak__: not disputing the point05:31
asc_dimeo: thanks05:31
theblueHi all, I think some of you may like: http://www.degredo.net/05:31
anon_i run xfce+juk05:31
MadpilotLogite, the whole idea of the LiveCD is that it boots from CD05:32
zak__Logite: of course05:32
sewwbruenig should i get the rpm version or tar.** version?05:32
zcat[1] oh well, I found half an answer. There was four detetched processes that were part of my previous gnome session. Killing them seems to have solved the problem. Now I just need to figure out what to kill and write an 'if X isn't running, kill and of these processes too" cron job...05:32
dimeoxfce... awesome on slower pcs with less memory05:32
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bruenigseww, if you can just get this repo line in, it would be very easy05:32
dimeoanon_: what's the juk part with xfce?05:32
bruenigseww, just do "cat /etc/apt/sources.list"05:32
bruenigand then put that in the pastebin05:32
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)05:33
Pelodamit,  some of my apps are no longer in my language and have defaulted to english,  how do I fix this ?05:33
asc_ran it in a gnome session and it looks fine, including minimizing.  Not dead certain what virtual desktops are though05:33
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sewwbruenig what is pastebin? explain.05:33
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joeyk_whats the best nvidia driver to install..05:33
dimeoasc_: more screen space = virtual desktops... ?05:33
tom_seww: post big long texts there so you don't annoy the rest of us.05:33
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tom_more than 3 lines long.05:33
bruenigseww, go to that link http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org paste the output of that command and it will give you a url, paste that in here05:33
gOLdenHaWK3DtheBishop, its a good idea to install ubuntu on someones pc, saying its vista!05:33
asc_dimeo: Oh.  Synonym for workspaces.05:33
sewwbruenig ok get it05:34
gOLdenHaWK3DtheBlue, its a good idea to install ubuntu on someones pc, saying its vista!05:34
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thebluegOLdenHaWK3D, Your sarcasm is overwhelming.05:34
asc_yeah, it's handling workspaced just fine.... ;p05:34
sewwbruenig http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3792/05:34
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zak__dimeo: approximately how big is the virtualbox binary? opera doesn't give a total size, and i'm on dialup, so if it's too big i can't be bothered05:35
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about newsreader - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:35
_Archangel!newsgroups | _Archangel05:35
ubotu_Archangel: There are Ubuntu newsgroups via NNTP at news.gmane.org05:35
bruenigseww, cat /etc/apt/sources.list paste the output of that05:35
dimeoa dude at work got his MS thinkpad all screwed up...a virus or something...  so a friend's gonna put ubuntu onto it to help him out.. we should just tell him its vista! =p05:35
gOLdenHaWK3Ddimeo, its cool!05:35
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sewwbruenig http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3793/05:36
gOLdenHaWK3Ddimeo, more users to ubuntu!05:36
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_Archangelif i want to upgrade to edgy, do i need to edit my services.list and change dapper -> edgy ?05:36
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_Archangelthen upgrade?05:36
_Archangelapt-get update (?)05:36
zak__dimeo: try it... if you're extra bored, you could probably even change the about box thing to talk about microsoft :)05:36
dimeozak__: is nothing sacred?05:37
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asc_Will linux detect and use multiple processors/cores automagically?  Also, do they get seperate load indicators (e.g. in 'top')05:37
bruenigseww, do gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list, I corrected your /etc/apt/sources.list at the bottom. Edit your sources.list accordingly, Then do sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade05:37
dimeoI wanna ubuntu logo my workplace everywhere05:37
dimeoasc_: good question.. I find edgy cycled 50% between my Duo core205:38
sewwbruenig call me stupid, but where do i find your version of my sources.list?05:38
bruenigseww, oh sorry I meant to link it05:38
sewwbruenig cool05:38
sewwbruenig thx05:38
asc_dimeo: could you expand on that explanation a bit?05:39
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ghostkernelis this a help channel?05:39
tritohcread the links in topic, though, if you are just formulating a question05:40
ghostkernelcan i ask you guys a question05:40
asc_ghostkernel: But it doesn't come with terms of service or a warranty05:40
zak__dimeo: nope, not even firefox, with appropriate themes and a custom homepage talking about vista :)05:40
sewwbruenig what exactly did you change?05:40
ghostkernelhow come ubuntu doesnt come with a g++ compiler?05:40
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bruenigseww, at the bottom there I deleted some lines05:40
ghostkernelor mp3 file support05:41
sewwbruenig yeah thats it though?05:41
bruenigseww, yeah05:41
sewwbruenig k cool05:41
bruenigghostkernel, because it doesn't do you want it?05:41
ghostkerneli have it05:41
asc_ghostkernel: I think it's because most average users don't compile and because mp3 is non-free05:41
gOLdenHaWK3Dghostkernel, it does! i downloaded the alternate install disc! it has gcc, g++, but no MP3 support! maybe mp3 codecs are proprietry! :(05:41
ghostkerneli just wonder how come every distro has it except ubuntu05:41
bruenigproblem solved great05:41
dimeoasc_: well when I run the system monitor to see how much CPU my program is eating up... it's never using both processors at 100%.. and it gets me wondering if things are running slower than they could be05:41
brueniggentoo doesn't05:42
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zak__ghostkernel: g++ can be installed without downloading it; it's just not installed by default, and i believe there are licensing reasons for not including mp3 support05:42
asc_dimeo: Okay, I get it now.  Thanks.05:42
ghostkernelwell its because you select your packages in gentoo05:42
ghostkernelwell yeah pretty much the smae thing05:42
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sivikwhere would i write a command to run on startup, after kdm05:42
dimeotheres an ubuntu based distro... whats it called... mint05:42
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zak__ghostkernel: as in ubuntu - just install it by synaptic or apt-get05:43
brueniglinux mint yeah05:43
ghostkerneli personally think ubuntu is a very stable distro,ive been using it for one month now05:43
dimeohas all the codecs in it by default05:43
ghostkerneli like it05:43
dimeotheres a reason ubuntu is the #1 distro05:43
bruenigghostkernel, in the next version, when you open an mp3 or other thing that needs a codec it will give you the option to install05:43
ghostkernelyeah an thats publicity05:43
dimeosorry : make that a million reasons05:43
sewwbruenig http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3795/05:43
_Archangelanyone have issues with upgrading from dapper to edgy with the download locking up the computer ?05:44
zak__bruenig: that's something that should of happened for a loooong time05:44
dimeobiggest most active community... regular updates05:44
zak__bruenig: most complaints i hear about linux are either 1) drivers or 2) codecs05:44
bruenigcodecs are boring05:44
bruenigdrivers and wireless05:44
bruenigthose are the only issues05:44
ghostkernelits annoying to install codecs manually05:44
bruenigyou go to ubuntuguide, copy and paste one command and your done05:45
dimeo_Archangel: I tried to 'upgrade' without RTFM first.. totally screwed up an ubuntu pc05:45
Logitedo i have to install any drivers after i first instill ubuntu05:45
thebluePersonally, I think that Ubuntu is *brilliant* for desktop machines, and that if Linux makes it to the home and business desktop, it's going to be through Ubuntu.05:45
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_ArchangelRTFM ?05:45
zak__bruenig: and how do users know to do this?05:45
dimeoreading the fing manual05:45
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anon__Archangel: read the f' manual05:45
theblueIt has its limitations, of course, but for the Average Joe (or Jane), it's almost perfect.05:45
dimeoyou know .. doing what a hacker does05:45
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Pelook once again, ( sorry for leaving so quickly last time),  my localisation got borked, how do I fix it ?05:46
blankfazeis it possible just to add a custom dropdown menu, with custom contents, to a panel?05:46
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bruenigWhat I mean to say essentially is that the codec fix is very easy05:46
bruenigwriting drivers is hard05:46
dimeotheblue: for just desktop machines?   i looove it on my little notebook05:46
zak__bruenig: g++ - sure, anyone who actually needs to use it would know they have to install it, but with codecs, a user will just think "wtf? linux doesn't support mp3? this blows, i'm going back to xp"05:46
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ghostkernelxp blows05:46
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anon_it does, you just have to ask nicely05:46
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Peloblankfaze,  right click on the panel , add,  and select drawer I think it is called05:47
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coach_zhow do you find your ip in ubuntu is it lsip ?05:47
anon_speaking of which05:47
frogzoocoach_z: ifconfig05:47
bruenigI mean as far as actual problems, codec isn't one05:47
ghostkernelthats why i think ubuntu should come with all audio and video codecs so people can say no to xp and yes to ubuntu05:47
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coach_zfrogzoo thanks,05:47
bruenigyou might say that it dissuades new users and such but it isn't actually a problem05:47
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wastrelghostkernel:  it would be illegal to distribute05:47
gOLdenHaW1K3Dghostkernel, maybe u r right05:47
anon_ghostkernel: free software!05:47
thebluedimeo, You know what I mean.05:47
dimeoghostkernel: copyright issues and lawsuits are avoided ... makes sense05:47
bruenigI mean look at automatix, a glorified script and it is lauded as this great thing that makes things so much easier. That is how easy it would be to fix if someone really wanted to05:48
anon_can some recommend alternative file browsers?05:48
gOLdenHaW1K3Ddimeo, :(05:48
anon_Thunar is dricing me nuts05:48
ghostkerneli see dimeo05:48
gOLdenHaW1K3Dghostkernel, maybe we can switch to Open Codecs like Ogg05:48
ghostkernelbut how come rpm based distro do have them?05:48
zak__ghostkernel: i think it should certainly be easier and more obvious to install them, but licensing means they can't be included by default [perhaps even to the extent that some users could get in legal trouble] 05:48
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thebluegOLdenHaW1K3D, Good luck, RIAA/MPAA have enough trouble switching to *standards*, let alone open codecs.05:49
ghostkernelyeah but people should know how linux is so great in many ways05:49
coach_zsecond question: how does one set up 3 linux boxes to have static ip's?  my network goes like this: wireless router to powermac....powermac shares connection via ethernet to switch, switch goes to three computers??  none of the three computers show up on the router05:49
gOLdenHaW1K3Dtheblue, what do u mean?05:49
zak__ghostkernel: probably because they have disclaimers, licenses, etc. - ubuntu tries to avoid that, and be based entirely on free software05:49
ghostkernelbut still i cannot change that05:49
thebluegOLdenHaW1K3D, They won't distribute in MP3, let along OGG!05:49
ghostkernelyeah thats a good thing05:49
xpointhttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3796/ how do i solve this one ?05:49
ghostkernelhooray for open source05:49
gOLdenHaW1K3Dtheblue, yes! u r right! but we can!05:49
sewwbruenig http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3795/05:49
thebluegOLdenHaW1K3D, How so?05:50
dimeomint is a good idea for a distro... but i think ubuntu has the credibility of a safe and secure os.. mint?  god knows what their credentials are?  could be totally hacked with backdoors for all I know05:50
thebluedimeo, Better than the alternative, I guess!05:50
TheDebuggerI wish i could transcode my mp3s to ogg without a big loss of quality..05:50
thebluedimeo, Where we *know* it's hacked with backdoors.05:50
gOLdenHaW1K3Dtheblue, we should stop using mp3, and start ising ogg! we can convert exisiting songs to ogg.05:50
bruenigseww, paste your /etc/apt/sources.list back in again by itself. I don't know which line 35 is05:50
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thebluegOLdenHaW1K3D, Copyright violation.05:51
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wastrelgOLdenHaW1K3D:  buy me a mp3 player that works with ogg05:51
dimeotheblue: hah... good point 8-)05:51
bruenigI think that is what it is called, the firmware05:51
ghostkerneli have a 60 dollar mp3 and oggs work just fine.05:51
regeyawastrel: iriver05:51
gOLdenHaW1K3Dwastrel, i fear there isnt any mp3 player!05:51
thebluewastrel, I think some Creative Zens can play ogg.05:51
RugWell I just got done playing with Vista.  It is more annoying then I thought would be possible.05:51
TheDebuggerbruenig: Rockbox is not bad but.. still not friendly enough..05:51
theblueRug, So who wins05:51
zak__wastrel: i think a lot of the creative range play oggs05:51
wastrel"buy me" = you replace mine05:51
Rugtheblue: linux of course, no contest05:52
sewwbruenig http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3798/ line 35 is the last one05:52
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bruenigthe friendly police cries too much05:52
theblueRug, Well, now that we've got that out of the way.05:52
bruenigcodecs rockbox05:52
dimeoit was the breaking point for me with decades of Microshaft... viruses just god out of control in the past decade05:52
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ghostkernelgoodnight people,its been really fun chatting with you,god bless you,and god bell america05:52
regeyanot that I'm criticizing, but how did we get to the point of trying to convince wastrel to use ogg, which led to wastrel demanding that someone buy a replacement portable player05:52
ghostkernelfuck pakis and afghans05:52
theblueghostkernel, Remember, you're dealing with Sony, among others, here.05:52
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Akuma_how can i get a system beep without echoing anything?05:52
=== zeifer Wants an MP3/OGG player that nobody else drools over....
bruenigseww, ooooooooohhh, put a space between the / and edgy05:52
dimeoghost: cut out the racist shite05:53
Rugtheblue: hehe, I'm a geek; hell I still have Dos5 and  OS/2 kicking around here.  I gotta try the new stuff!05:53
tonyyarussodimeo: He did.  ;)05:53
theblueRug, OS/2!!!05:53
wastrelregeya:  i'm always trying to cadge free stuff.05:53
bruenigwhat a weird exit05:53
theblueRug, The *GREATEST* OS *EVER!*05:53
bruenigkind of genius05:53
zak__microsoft NEVER seems to do ANYTHING that actually benefits the user... 3D guis based on 2D concepts with 4D price tags do nothing for usability05:53
regeyahehe wastrel05:53
sessIs there an app similar to Illustrator?05:53
sewwbruenig ok05:53
bruenigzak__, did you put that brilliant line on your blog05:53
theblueOh, here's my horror story: Windows 98 for 6 years.05:53
RugOS/2:  "Runs DOS better then DOS and Windows better then Windows."05:53
zak__sess: inkscape05:54
regeyawastrel, if it makes you feel better, you wouldn't be the only person to keep on using mp3/whatever due to lack of hardware/proprietary player support05:54
TheDebuggersess: xara lx is the best i tried05:54
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zak__bruenig: huh?05:54
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wastrel<3 inkscape05:54
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theblueRug, "And if you're lucky, runs Macintosh apps as well."05:54
dimeorug: what *was* the facination with os205:54
bruenigzak__, seemed like a news pun joke thing05:54
regeyaRug: You mean 16-bit Windows?05:54
zeiferHey xelados05:54
bruenigthat makes you want to vomit because of its genericness05:54
dimeomultitasking. . b4 windows 3.1 could?05:54
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Rugregeya: yeah, 16-bit.  The only competition back then was Win3.105:54
bruenigseww, now do sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade, after you edit it of course05:54
xeladosQuick question: is it safe to upgrade from dapper to edgy? A while back, I heard that edgy was recommended only for developers..05:55
blankfazeis there a way to change the colour/font of tooltips?05:55
sewwbruenig done that05:55
theblueRug, And 3.11, but noone cared about 3.11.05:55
xeladoshey ze05:55
sessoh wow, thanks a ton gents05:55
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sewwbruenig now what?05:55
regeyainkscape is nice05:55
sessjust what I was lookin for05:55
Rugdimeo: it was FAST and _very_ cool05:55
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bruenigseww, um, try sudo apt-get install gaim05:55
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Rugdimeo: my DOS games ran FASTER on OS/2 then on plain DOS05:55
dimeoRug: cool how?  eyecandy?  like oooh icons?05:55
asc_are there any quad-core 64 bit x86 processors?05:55
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theblueRug, There was no eyecandy or oooh icons in OS/2.05:55
sewwbruenig that didn't do anything... i have gaim installed, need to update it05:55
theblueI mean.05:56
thebluedimeo, There was no eyecandy or oooh icons in OS/2.05:56
xeladosQuick question: is it safe to upgrade from dapper to edgy? A while back, I heard that edgy was recommended only for developers..05:56
bruenigseww, well that new repo has the latest version05:56
regeyatheblue: !05:56
Rugdimeo: no, multi-tasking.  You need to remember, the comparison was against Windows for WorkGroups v3.1105:56
regeyatheblue: 3.11 was the best of the 3.x line05:56
asc_xelados: it's plenty stable for me.05:56
theblueregeya, www.toastytech.com/guis/05:56
theblueregeya, But it paled in sales to 3.105:56
asc_xelados: some people disagree, but I usually ignore them05:56
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theblueregeya, and I thought "3.11 for Workgroups" was the best.05:56
zak__dimeo: it was you talking about virtualbox right? how big approximately is the download?05:56
regeyatheblue: well, yeah, they sold it as Windows *For Workgroups*05:56
bulmerxelados: what are you after?05:56
iminlalalandI'm having problems installing Ubuntu, can anyone help me please?05:56
dimeoasc_: there's this dude I read about on hackaday... he joined together like 12 minimacs into one supercomputer.. beats a quadcore!05:56
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zeiferHas anybody tried to apt-get distupgrade on Dapper?05:56
sewwbruenig maybe i have the latest version then05:56
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theblueregeya, No there was 2 versions of 3.1 and 3.11, each had a "Workgroups" version and one without.05:57
xeladosI'm just curious in general. You know, with Fawn already in development, I figured maybe Edgy was already ironed out05:57
bruenigseww, do apt-cache show gaim | grep Version05:57
theblueregeya, And then there was 3.2.05:57
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regeyaI can't help it they were too blind to market it as a stable-ish desktop system05:57
asc_dimeo: Well, I'm also looking at a supercomputer that you can order cases of 144 processors each05:57
xeladosI just want to make sure my apache/php/mysql stuff won't go kaput, or the effort I've put into Firefox, etc.05:57
bulmerxelados: what are you really after? just try it eh?05:57
zak__iminlalaland: ask away, someone will probably answer05:57
asc_dimeo: But the price is 'if you have to ask, you can't afford it'05:57
aastanehHi. I was wondering if anyone proficient at ACPI or PCMCIA in general can help me with this: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=2094744#post209474405:57
regeyatheblue: that could be...never saw anyone selling the non-workgroups 3.11 tho05:57
xeladosYeah pretty much. Don't want to screw things up. :)05:57
dimeozak__: no idea how big sry05:57
sewwbruenig http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3799/05:58
bruenigseww, you don't have to paste everything, it should have said the version though05:58
zak__dimeo: anything even completely inaccurate? 10mb? 20mb? 50mb? 100mb?05:58
zeiferWell, the last time I'd tried to dist-upgrade from Hoary to Dapper, I lost the system all at once.05:58
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bruenigseww, you do not appear to have the latest version. Are you sure that after editing, you did sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade05:58
regeyaoh, I see it at that link, theblue...chinese 3.1 LOL05:58
sewwbruenig yes i did05:59
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asc_maybe just go with core2 quad05:59
iminlalalandalright, I have the 6.06 disc, everytime i try to install, it opens the little menu thing and I choose the first option.  It then proceeds to list off what its doing but then stops at "Configuring your drives... OK" after that it sits for a moment and then goes to black screen with a blinking cursor - Nothing else05:59
zeiferOh yeah... it wasn't Hoary to Dapper, it was Hoary to Breezy....05:59
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xeladoszeifer: you should take down that away message. >:O06:00
regeyaI don't miss Windows 3.x06:00
dimeozak__: how many megs you done so far?06:00
n2diyiminlalaland: how much ram is in the box?06:00
gOLdenHaW1K3Dwhat is c64?06:00
asc_heh, unless it costs as much as four duos06:00
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zeiferBetter now?06:00
dimeocommodore 64?06:00
motin_Morning! Can I install multiple locales without necessarily using them as main languages? I need my webserver to be able to display time and dates in different locales.06:00
n2diy! c6406:00
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about c64 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:00
sewwbruenig http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/3800/ <--i get that in the end of apt-get update06:00
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n2diyiminlalaland: that's ok, hmmm?06:01
n2diyiminlalaland: a bad burn on the CD?06:01
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iminlalalandIt worked on my laptop06:01
dimeozak__: i just got the file in a few min.. .7.3 mb for the ubuntu .deb file06:01
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zak__hmm.. how long does tinned tuna last? i can't find a use by date here...06:02
jacquesmerdehow do you fixate a cd in ubuntu?06:02
xpointOT: and only this one time http://www.ide64.org/ just not a c64 anymore06:02
dimeoif it makes you sick... it's expired =p06:02
regeyatheblue: ah, I see...I don't remember non-workgroups 3.11 'coz, heh, well, hell, I don't know. :-P  I stopped using DOS/Windows exclusively after DOS + WfWg 3.11. :-P  I guess I blocked that from my memory.06:02
bruenigseww, ok do this: cd && wget http://repository.debuntu.org/GPG-Key-chantra.txt && sudo apt-key add GPG-Key-chantra.txt && rm GPG-Key-chantra.txt && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade06:02
bruenigthat really should work06:02
n2diyiminlalaland: a dirty cd drive?06:02
zeiferzak__: Is that related to Ubuntu?06:02
regeyaI think I have *working* DeskMate floppies around here...don't remember what version tho06:02
sewwbruenig ok then what?06:03
regeyazak__: quite a while, but keep in mind that it's fish.06:03
dimeoParents are funny... my dad started his PC use with the VAX vms punchcards... he was using 3.1 up till like the late 90s06:03
iminlalalandthe drive acts funny sometimes but is there anything I can do about it?06:03
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xeladosdimeo: I feel sorry for him.06:03
d0dge-What should I use for streaming the whole soundcard to Icecast server?06:03
dimeono kidding!06:03
WindyCNCan someone tell me please whether Core 2 Duo based machines use the 64-bit or x86 version of Ubuntu?06:04
zak__zeifer: of course - the tuna's for tux06:04
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bruenigseww, sudo apt-get install gaim06:04
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zeiferzak__, Aha! I gotcha06:04
dimeoMy mom at that time was scared to turn on or off  the laptop I bought her... cause she might break it... she started to read Macs for dummies06:04
n2diyiminlalaland: yes, you can buy a a disk to clean the read/write laser assy, but I don't know how well they work?06:04
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sewwbruenig oh now its working, thanks man06:04
dimeothese days you can't work *anywhere* without using PC's06:05
zeiferDoes anybody have a working Surround Sound system on their linux installation? If so, how was it done? Everything I've tried so far has failed, and failed miserably, I might add.06:05
bruenigseww, see how easy that was :)06:05
iminlalalandwell asuming its not the drive - it works well except for writing - what might it be or might I be able to do?06:05
sewwbruenig haha yeah06:05
bruenigseww, I messed up about 3 times there. It really should have been really quick06:05
macdWindyCN, yes you can use the 64bit or the x86.06:05
dimeoWindyCN:  can use either.. but 32 bit is better IMHO06:05
sewwbruenig who cares... everybody can have a bad day06:05
bradpi use a core 2 duo and im wondering myself06:05
n2diyiminlalaland: ? If you are trying to install, all it is doing is reading from the disk, no?06:06
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bruenigseww, but at least this way, you will get the updated gaim each time06:06
dimeomacd: damn I owe you a beer06:06
regeyadimeo: if by that you mean Personal Computers...yep.  I use a Mac every day.  It's definitely a Personal Computer.06:06
xeladosAre there any easy solutions to getting wine on a 64-bit install of (X)ubuntu?06:06
sewwbruenig true06:06
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macdxelados, hackishy not so simple06:06
iminlalalandyes, of course06:06
xeladosWhat would it require?06:06
iminlalalandso assuming the drive isn't the problem, what might I be able to do?06:07
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xeladosI'd rather not install a 32-bit of Linux transparently under the 64-bit one06:07
macdxelados, http://wiki.winehq.org/WineOn64bit   is your best resource.06:07
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xeladosmacd: alright, thanks.06:07
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n2diyiminlalaland: is this the same drive you burnt the disk on?!?!06:07
Desp_hi all06:07
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iminlalalandA friend burnt it for me...06:07
zeiferHmm... nobody is using surround sound on Ubuntu, eh?06:08
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dimeoregeya: macs sure had their difficult years there for a bit... late 90s... PPC sales were falling, then the Imacs and ipods hit06:08
Desp_how can i install xchat please ? Iam using xchat Genome and I need other xchat program06:08
macdzeifer, sure on intel ich8.06:08
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n2diyiminlalaland: ok, so we can't rule out the drive as a problem, I'd try cleaning or replacing it.06:08
dimeoor beating it with a baseball bat06:08
dimeothen replacing it06:09
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xeladosmacd: Do you recommend upgrading to edgy before I try installing wine, or is dapper recent enough?06:09
dimeoanyone ever seen office space?  classic film06:09
n2diybaseball bat?? put it down, shoot it.06:09
zak__regeya: not long enough :( i don't think it was rotten - it just tasted like the can :s06:09
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macdxelados, dapper is a-ok.06:09
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xeladosmacd: Alright.06:09
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n2diyxelados: stay with dapper.06:10
dimeoif you go into shock in the next hour.. it was probably too old..06:10
xeladosn2diy: How long should I stick with it?06:10
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xeladosShould I look for announcements on Ubuntuforums?06:10
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iminlalalandso thats my only option?  Clean the drive?06:10
TheLancecan someone quickly tell me how to fix a start up issue i'm having?06:10
dimeobut for now.... the tuna was just developing 'character'06:10
n2diyxelados: as long as you can, it will be supported for nearly five more years.06:10
TheLanceafter i see the boot status screen06:11
TheLancei get this http://img217.imageshack.us/my.php?image=1615052046133300ms0.jpg06:11
TheLanceand ubuntu does nothing06:11
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TheLanceit gets stuck there06:11
regeyadimeo: I curse the masses for allowing Steve to think people wanted cheap disposable pretty-plastic Macs.  But I'd definitely rather use a Mac these days.  Never thought I'd say that. :->06:11
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xeladosWhy not upgrade? Upgrading from hoary to breezy and then to dapper was great.06:11
zeiferTheLance, how long do you wait for something to happen?06:11
TheLancelike 10 minutes06:11
TheLancei mean it does nothing06:11
n2diyxelados:  how many people are asking Dapper questions here, compared to Edgy questions?06:11
xeladosI haven't checked yet.06:12
macdn2diy, I dont think that has any weight.06:12
dimeoregeya: the minimalist, pretty jubejube colors did the trick... sales improved06:12
macdI think people are so excited about a new release ;)06:12
TheLancei'm screwed06:12
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zeiferTheLance, My machine used to do that. But it was just taking its dear sweet time to respond. Also, a splash screen doesn't allow you to see what's going on underneath.06:12
regeyadimeo: yeah...but y'ought to tear apart a first-gen imac.  or a first-gen emac, more fun.06:12
regeyanothing like a computer you have to discharge the crt on just to pull the hard drive06:12
TheLanceso i should just wait?06:12
TheLanceand not do anything?06:12
TheLanceor type anything?06:13
macdTheLance, you should wait upto about 30 minutes06:13
xcessHi, Can anyone tell me how view the port of a running process in linux?06:13
TheLancethats a long as time06:13
n2diymacd: it has enough weight to keep me a happy camper with Dapper.06:13
TheLanceis there a way i can fix it?06:13
macdxcess, "netstat -an"06:13
dimeoI had planned to turn a classic into a fishtank.. boy that was open pc surgery06:13
zeiferTheLance, How long have you been running your installation?06:13
macdwait what PID specifically xcess ?06:13
TheLanceabout 4 months now06:13
iminlalalandwell thanks for you helpish :) Trying one more time06:13
dimeojust sat around for 10 years  though06:13
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TheLanceno issues till today06:13
zeiferWhat did you do last before it started this behavior?06:14
macdn2diy, yes my main linux workstation is dapper, so I agree with you, but I also have a edgy and a fesity one06:14
TheLancenot much06:14
TheLanceused xchat06:14
zeiferDid you install anything?06:14
TheLancei did that earlier06:14
dimeomacd: hows fiesty lookin so far?06:14
zeiferChange any files?06:14
xcessmacd, I just want to see the port on which application is running.06:14
TheLancejust a regular shut down06:14
zeiferLet anybody else on the system?06:14
TheLancei'm not sure06:15
TheLancei left the computer on06:15
dimeoI've heard theres some pretty sexy changes coming up in april06:15
macddimeo, its fine so far, I just started playing with kde4 on it...06:15
TheLancewhen i came home06:15
TheLancei saw this06:15
TheLancei'm assuming my younger sister did something06:15
xpointtry 'netstat -natpu'06:15
TheLanceor did an improper shutdown06:15
n2diymacd: fine buisness, I'm currently on my test box, but I won't be playing with Edgy until I learn how to reliably back up my production box, on to this one.06:15
TheLanceso i'm assuming i can't fix this?06:15
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dimeon2diy:  use dd for backup to image the HD?06:16
mister_robotoxcess: if you know the process id, you can get all open file descriptors, including listening sockets and so on, using lsof06:16
macdxcess, do you know the port of the process?06:16
TheLancei'm running edgy eft if it makes a difference06:16
macdport OR the process?06:16
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macdlsof, fuser, netstat can all aide in this06:16
zeiferTheLance, I'm running Edgy as well.06:16
zeiferOn both of my comps.06:16
TheLanceyeah i figured06:17
TheLanceyeah ubuntu is my main os06:17
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zeiferMy desktop system is finicky like that.06:17
TheLancethere isn't another os on the machine06:17
zeiferSame as my desktop model.06:17
n2diydimeo: Yes, I'm exploring my options, haven't tried dd yet, and just today, I found a reference to ddrescue, which looks interesting.06:17
TheLanceso i just basicly have to wait?06:17
TheLanceor just a fresh install06:17
xcessmacd, thats what I would like to know. Anyhow netstat -antp|grep app solved my purpose. thanks a lot06:17
SoundGuy29any reason why "sudo apt=get install phpmyadmin" can't find package ?06:17
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dimeon2diy: can't go wrong with doing a MBR backup:   sudo dd if=/dev/hda of=/home/username/backups/hda.boot.mbr bs=512 count=106:18
zeiferInterestingly enough, Edgy is running better on my dual-booting laptop than on my single OS desktop!06:18
zeiferYou can try a fresh install if you have no fear of losing anything vital.06:18
TheLancewell thats the problem06:18
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n2diySoundGuy29: apt-get, not apt=get06:18
TheLancei have a lot of vital things on it06:18
dimeoIf things mess up, you can boot with Knoppix, mount the partition containing /root (hda1 in this example) and put back the MBR with the command:06:18
dimeo dd if=/mnt/hda3/home/username/backups/hda.boot.mbr of=/dev/hda bs=512 count=106:18
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TheLancei can go purchase another HD06:18
SoundGuy29yeah typo in typing into mirc06:19
TheLancebut i would like to resolve this before i do that06:19
TheLanceor attempt to06:19
zeiferTheLance, How comfortable with the terminal are you at this point?06:19
TheLancei'm still very noobish06:19
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n2diydimeo: but that doesn't cover the stuff I have in other directories, so I have to apt-get all that stuff again, no?06:19
TheLancebut i'm willing to do whatever it takes to fix it06:19
TheLanceyep i just rebooted hte machine06:19
SoundGuy29"sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin" - gives E: Couldn't find package phpmyadmin06:19
TheLanceand its still like that06:19
dimeorsync is good for backups of files and data:  it's incremental so it only transfers new changes... kinda cool06:19
macdn2diy, something I started doing a long time ago, mounting /home to an nfs server ;)06:19
TheLancei'm just gonna play the waiting game now06:20
dimeofor sure backup home directory06:20
zeiferTheLance, can you select the "recovery mode" kernel and see what happens on that one?06:20
dwidgoldenhawk1k3d: i cant see the second hd now06:20
macdso I can install, upgrade, etc reimage my workstations and still have everything at my fingertips.06:20
TheLancei don't see that option under grub06:20
TheLanceor do you mean that on the CD?06:20
n2diymacd: no winders boxes running here. :)06:20
TheLancei popped the install CD in06:20
TheLanceand i didn't see a recovery option06:20
macdn2diy, what does that have todo with /home and NFS ?06:21
zeiferTheLance, you can add the entry to Grub, I'm not sure on how to do that, but I do know it is possible.06:21
dimeoa fresh install of ubuntu and apt get (all your favourites) is not too bad to do for a recovery... as long as you've got your home directory backed up... that's irreplaceable06:21
macdNFS not NTFS in case thats what you were thinking ;)06:21
sewwok just updated GAIM and now i cannot connect, what do i do?06:21
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n2diymacd: umm, isn't NFS a winder format?06:21
TheLancezeifer.. that sucks for me06:21
macdno NFS = network file system06:21
zeiferDoes anybody know how to edit the grub entries to include the recovery kernel if it is apparently missing?06:22
TheLancei have no idea how to do it either06:22
macdzeifer, it should always be present, however I can tell you howto make a new entry.06:22
xpointNTFS = Newer The Same Filesystem06:22
dimeoPartimage is a good option too.... must be run on an unmounted partition...or a live CD06:22
n2diymacd: and it works in linux!?06:22
TheLanceyeah its not present for me06:22
TheLancei can even take a pic to prove it06:23
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macdn2diy, NFS works on virtualy any OS out there.06:23
TheLanceand btw the screen isn't doing anything06:23
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dimeoonly MS could come up with something like NTFS...06:23
zeiferDo you have a LiveCD?06:23
TheLancethe little thing just blinks06:23
TheLanceyes i do06:23
n2diymacd: Really! Guess what, I'm a newb to networking, does it show?06:24
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zeiferYou can, theoretically, use the LiveCD to recover your files and maybe even fix your machine. It just depends on what was damaged last time the system was shut down. You could also be able to access your system log to see what's up.06:24
macdzeifer, to make a kernel recovery mode, just change the kernel linx in grub from "ro quiet single" to "ro single"06:25
TheLancewell i don't know whats wrong06:25
sessI have an amd turion 64 laptop which Im going to be using primarily for Graphics design (2D and 3D), some web design, some psp development, and maybe a little gameplaying.  I was wondering if there is ANY benefit to installing x64 Ubuntu, or if I should stick with teh x86 version.  Im already aware of the much smaller apt tree (can't I just use apt-source to build the source of any app not precompiled though?) and maybe a few driver issues.06:25
n2diymacd: Actually, I'm not, last week, I set up VNC and NFS here, but I don't know what I'm doing with it, so I'm still a newb.06:25
macdsess, atm I would recommend 32bit.06:25
TheLanceand the live cd06:25
TheLancewon't even see the hd06:25
high-freqanyone here run the command  gem install postgres?06:25
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high-freqfor rubygem06:25
macdhigh-freq, do you get a 403 error?06:25
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high-freqno i get a postgres error06:26
dimeois the whole live CD phenomenon only in the 'nix world?  could it be that MS hasn't yet ripped off that innovative idea from developers?06:26
high-freqgem error at that06:26
macdhigh-freq, pastie the error.06:26
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sessthere are live windows cds06:26
sessthey blow06:26
high-freqk thx...brb gonna paste it06:26
asc_sess: 32-bit works better.  64-bit is faster.  Or so I understand.06:26
n2diydimeo: to late for MS, the phenom is in the public domain already.06:26
dimeosess: not MS approved are they?06:26
sessdimeo: oh definately not :)06:26
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dimeolive CD's just blew me away, that you could run such a solid OS just in memory without an install.... it was like the first time I used a mouse... OMG I said06:27
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d0dge-What should I use for streaming the sound card to Icecast?06:28
xeladosWhere can I find the wine source to download?06:28
dimeosudo apt-get install wine06:28
dimeoi'm guessing06:28
n2diydimeo: who, when and where was the point and click interface invented?06:28
high-freqmacd: http://pastebin.com/87334806:28
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dimeoparc I think06:29
high-freqseems like gem error..but it installed fine06:29
high-freqmanual install06:29
macdpastebin is SOOO slow06:29
high-freqya ;(06:29
macdyou should use pastie.caboo.se next time ;)06:29
high-freqnever heard of that one...lol06:29
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macdall the RoR people use it ;)06:30
macdok now to your problem, I assume you have the latest build-essential metapackage installed?06:30
dimeoppl thought it was mac.. and windows ripped it off apple, but apple stole it from xerox... and now MS wants to patent it and sue redhat ... it's a weird world06:31
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macdhigh-freq, are you on dapper? i.e. what version of ruby and gems?06:31
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high-freqbuild-essential is latest..and edgy and ruby1.906:32
slvmchndimeo: savage definitely can be a chore to play, and often times you can tell who's going to win a match within the first 10 minutes... but when the teams are even and you have a good commander, it rules06:32
dimeoslvmchn: I have to check it out... it sounds brilliant06:32
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high-freqmacd: had to manual install rubygem tho06:32
n2diydimeo: nope, it is a just world, the truth is coming out, thanks to places like this.06:32
macdhigh-freg, as in ruby setup.rb ?06:33
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slvmchnit's a solid concept that is executed with a couple of bugs, but savage 2 at least will have huge potential, and there were some developers from savage 1 that split off to make a game similar to it06:33
macdgive me a sec on my edgy box to try install the postgres gem06:33
high-freqmacd: yes  sudo ruby1.9 setup.rb06:33
dimeon2diy: I'm quite excited at the future of the open source movement.. it's decentralized, autonomous... it's just not going to simply go away06:33
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TheLancezeifer this is what i see under grub boot selection06:34
TheLanceno recovery06:34
n2diydimeo: ditto06:34
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dimeohowever.. what made ubuntu kick ass. was the money that the founder had invested and put out awesome regular updates06:34
gpdthe memory in my new system is failing in memtest - there are no settings in the bios that could cause this - correct?  I just RMA :(06:35
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dimeoso .. if he dries up.. will ubuntu be mature enough and with enough team members to continue?06:35
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WindyCNCan someone please PM me and tell me whether a Core 2 Duo system should use the x86 or 64-bit version of Ubuntu DD. Thank you.06:35
macdWindyCN, we already told you it can use either.06:35
TheLanceanyone here know how to fix this problem that i'm having? http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=35145406:35
n2diydimeo: He was a late comer to the game, but his investment is worthwhile.06:35
dimeowindycn... use 32 bit.06:35
dimeolate comer to linux or to ubuntu?06:36
asc_WindyCN: PM is a pain to use on here.06:36
dimeoI thought he made ubuntu happen06:36
WindyCNmacd: ah i'm sorry i must have missed the message06:36
n2diydimeo: Linux, I never heard of Ubuntu or Mark S. until six months ago.06:36
rogueChsbrgrwindycn..depends on what you want06:36
macdI would use 32bit myself, 64bit has incompatibility issues not easily resolved.06:36
WindyCNdimeo: not a latecomer as such, just i recently changed laptops so i'm confused as to whether the 64-bit edition is for the AMD64 line only or what06:36
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rogueChsbrgrshould work on any 64 bit proc06:37
n2diydimeo: Christ, I almost abbreviated Mark S. as MS!!!06:37
WindyCNso the 64-bit version has no improvements to performance and a bunch of compatibility issues, yes?06:37
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macdit performs better, but its not worth the tradeoffs.06:38
rogueChsbrgrit gives a decent performance boost on my AMD06:38
rogueChsbrgrbut, yes, compatibility issues06:38
WindyCNguess i'll just stick with x86-6406:38
WindyCNi mean x8606:38
zeiferWindyCN, You seem to be long-winded in short bursts06:38
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kferdoushmm anyone run ubuntu on their powerbook?06:39
n2diy! enter06:39
ubotuPlease try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!06:39
WindyCNzeifer: it's a talent06:39
WindyCNi was AFK getting the lappie working06:39
dimeou tell um ubotu06:39
sessdamn, can't find my old edgy cd06:39
sessdownloading a new copy of the iso06:39
dimeosess... cost u 50c for another06:40
sessIll skip the x64 install for now06:40
zeifersess, have fun with that06:40
n2diyold, edgy?06:40
TheLanceguys how do i recover an ubuntu install using recovery mode?06:40
zeiferI hope you're internet connection is speedy.06:40
TheLancewell it is06:40
sessn2diy: well, I downloaded the iso right after edgy was "released"06:40
TheLancei have high speed06:40
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WindyCNmeh, thanks for the answers, i'm off.06:40
n2diysess: so that makes my Dapper really, really old I guess?06:41
sessso old may not be the right term, but It feels right considering how many cds and dvd's I've burned in teh last two months06:41
dimeoheheh.. know what u mean sess06:41
TheLancewell i booted into single user mode and i can do stuff in the terminal06:41
dimeo I gotta start clearing out all my old burns06:41
zeiferTheLance, ok that's a start06:41
TheLancebut i don't know what the commands are to recovoering it06:41
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dimeomandrake os06:41
n2diysess: roger being in the coaster business. :)06:41
dimeoit's not even called that any more06:41
TheLanceis there like a tutatorial anywhere?06:41
macdhigh-freq, its going so let me see if its going to fail or not.06:42
ZilliotI need codecs end decoder dvd for Videoplayer end Rhythmbox in Ubuntu?Were downloan?06:42
mneptokTheLance: define "recover." what do you need to do?06:42
dimeoand knoppix ... 8 versions behind....06:42
rogueChsbrgrTheLance...why do you need to recover?06:42
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TheLancewell here let me show you06:42
high-freqi also tried the postgresql pckgs in repos but didn't work..so i took em out...and then manual install06:42
n2diyTheLance: yes, google for the "rute manual"06:42
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zeiferrogueChsbrgr, his system hangs just after checking filesystems is complete06:42
TheLancethats the problem i'm having06:42
high-freqto 0.8.2 postgresql06:42
BCWhat's the command to install radeon drivers?06:42
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macdhigh-freq, you are trying to install the RoR bindings for pgsql correct? not pgsql itself?06:43
zeiferBC: Have fun with that, it's all ATi and takes more than apt-get to manage.06:43
high-freqya i guess i need the RoR bindings06:43
TheLanceati website06:43
TheLancedownload the .deb06:43
high-freqpqsql was fine on install06:43
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dimeoI I start to have enuf of these old burns lying around that work.. I should just grow my hair like a freak and walk around the local park handing them out to children ;)06:43
macdhigh-freq, as in your rails app needs to use a pgsql db?06:43
TheLanceand just drag that into the terminal06:43
high-freqrubygems was fine on install06:43
ZilliotI need codecs end decoder dvd for Videoplayer end Rhythmbox in Ubuntu?Were downloan?06:43
n2diyBC: sudo modprobe drivername06:43
TheLanceit should install itself06:43
zeiferActually... start off with Automatix, it will be a life saver!06:43
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tonyyarusso!automatix | zeifer06:44
ubotuzeifer: 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 !WorksForMe06:44
LogiteYo guys, when I start up my comp and try the installer from a livecd06:44
mneptokTheLance: use <esc> at boot to edit the GRUB parameters and remove "splash" and "quiet" and see where you get stuck.06:44
BCThanks guys06:44
LogiteThe screen turns black06:44
dimeostrongly discourage... pfft... they're just jelious06:44
TheLancehit esc06:44
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TheLancebut then it takes me to this screen06:44
TheLancei cna06:44
high-freqmacd: is there a package for RoR06:44
zeiferubotu, I haven't had any problems with automatix206:45
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TheLancecan't edit anything06:45
dimeowhat?  ppl have installed codecs easily?06:45
n2diytonyyrarusso, your sniping tonight, good job.06:45
dimeogotta put a stop to that!06:45
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LogiteYo guys, when I try to install ubuntu from the livecd06:45
rogueChsbrgrLogite: sounds like an X prob06:45
macdhigh-freq, the pgsql package that is a gem, is the ruby bindings for pgsql, so that in your databsase.yaml file you can say pgsql.06:45
asc_Logite: try the alternate install CD, it doesn't have fancy graphics that can break06:45
zeiferTheLance, try using "su gedit (file)" to edit anything that disallows you to do so otherwise.06:45
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LogiteX problem?06:45
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rogueChsbrgrX windows06:45
TheLancewhats the file?06:45
Logiteyeah, i've had windows on the hd06:46
dimeomacd... dude you need to switch to #hardcore-hacker06:46
Logitehow do i get the problem away?06:46
TheLancei tried a dpkg earlier06:46
high-freqmacd: bah gotta go pick up roomies friend...brb..won't take too long06:46
n2diy! gksudo | zeifer06:46
ubotuzeifer: If 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> 06:46
TheLancebut that didn't do much06:46
TheLanceoh ok06:46
macdhigh-freq, I'll be here.06:46
dimeopgsql waml. yaml. jaml06:46
TheLancelets try the dpkg06:46
high-freqmacd: thx bud....i'll msg u when i get back06:46
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TheLancesee if that works06:46
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zeifern2diy, He's in a terminal only, he has no GUI06:47
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TheLanceit just told me bash06:47
mneptokTheLance: *what* dpkg?06:47
macddimeo, nahh just been doing linux since 1.0 or so.06:47
Logiteso if i had a windows install on the hd previously06:47
dimeowow... respect06:47
TheLancethe xorg.conf06:47
Logitewhat do i do to clear up the issue?06:47
BCUm...the driver listed on ATI's website is proprietary, isn't that uncompatable with 3d acceleration?06:47
dimeowhat year was that ... take me down memory lane06:47
TheLanceyeah i'm in terminal06:47
xeladosubotu: Thank you! I've been dying to figure out the command to run a GUI app as root.06:47
kris_anyone know why i can't get my identd working? i've tried all of the ident daemons on universe, and i know the port is open but its not returning an ident response06:47
macdBC, no, in fact it does indeed support 3d06:47
TheLancewell problem is06:48
TheLancei'm stuck guys06:48
macdbut my opinions on binaryblobs in the kernel i.e. ati/nvidias closed source drivers, suck.06:48
mneptokTheLance: you should not be editing xorg.conf or anything else until you determine exactly where the boot process is failing.06:48
dimeolinux scared me until I read news about MS plans to put TCM into every PC06:48
Logiteerm, guys06:48
Depinderhello - would anyone be able to help with my non-working wireless internet on my thinkpad t42?06:48
n2diyzeifer: if he is in a terminal, how can he run gedit?06:48
TheLancewell how do i do that?06:48
mneptokTheLance: use <esc> at boot to edit the GRUB parameters and remove "splash" and "quiet" and see where you get stuck.06:48
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TheLancehow do i edit the parameters?06:48
LogiteIf I had windows installed on the harddrive I'm installing ubuntu to06:48
zeiferI forgot that Gedit is a gui-based editor.06:48
LogiteHow do I clear it off so i can install ubuntu06:49
zeiferI've just used it so much.06:49
macdzeifer, vi will be your friend.06:49
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BCmacd: is it the fglrx driver? if so that voids out my entire purpose of downloading ATI drivers06:49
macdzeifer, but for a nice quick easy to use editor, nano/pico work well.06:49
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asc_Logite: Having windows installed shouldn't cause any problems.  Just tell it to partition automatically when you get to that stage of the installation and it will overwrite it.06:49
TheLanceman i'm such a noob at this stuff06:49
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dimeozeifer: IRC actions are a lost artform... how do I do it again?06:49
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TheLancei didn't rung into issues like this before06:49
mneptok /me06:49
macdBC, its not the same driver that ships with X1106:49
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asc_Logite: I think what he said was 'X windows', which is the thing that draws pretty pictures under Links.06:50
sivikwhen running aptitude (apt-get) how do i tell what version of the program is in the repo06:50
TheLanceok im in the grub menu06:50
TheLanceand all i see is hit c for command06:50
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TheLanceand i see my three usual boots06:50
BCmacd: I'm trying to run a XGL system and I was told the fglrx driver doesn't work with 3d acceleration which is why I am skeptical.06:50
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Logitewhen i go to install ubuntu though06:50
mneptoksivik: aptitude show $packagename06:50
Logitemy screen just goes black06:50
Logiteafter loading the linux kernel06:50
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mercurysquadhey guys06:50
Logiteit shows the ubuntu thing with the bar06:50
Logiteand after that it just goes blank06:50
macdBC, I think you should check with the people in #xgl06:51
asc_Logite: That is probably unrelated to Microsoft Windows.06:51
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dimeomacd:   so when did you convert to ubuntu? and what distro was your fav b4?06:51
rogueChsbrgrLogite: that's an X prob alright06:51
Logitesomeone told me it was..heh06:51
mercurysquadcan someone quickly tell me which package is the one for the calendar that pops up when you click the clock ?06:51
Logiteso how do i go about getting it fixed?06:51
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asc_Logite: To me, it sounds broken.  Can you burn another install CD?06:51
asc_and verify the .iso while you're at it06:52
Logitei'm getting 2 different people telling me stuff06:52
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Logiteone says it's an x problem06:52
illriginalDoes linux have an SFV checker? Or am I out of luck?06:52
Logitethe other says it's the livecd06:52
macddimeo, about a year or so ago, for commercial use, I still use suse enterprise, my fav distro is ubuntu now, previously Ive been a long time redhat and debian fan, but alas its time to move to a single more manageable platform06:52
iMaglooking for assistance on setting up a shared internet connection (2 network cards, 1 connected to internet, other is connected to xbox360)06:52
sivikmneptok, thanks06:52
dimeoI played with Mepis for a year first06:52
TheLancei get an unregconized command mneptok06:52
asc_Logite: It could also be both, or neither06:52
rogueChsbrgrthat could be too06:52
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macdand debian based distros provide that with apt based package management06:52
Logiteso if it IS an x problem06:52
Logitehow do i go about fixing that06:52
Logitei don't think it's the live cd06:52
syko990does ubuntu support NTFS access?06:52
macdiMag, what you want todo is setup NAT. the ubuntu forums have some great howtos.06:53
anon_not *really*06:53
macdsyko990, yes and no.06:53
dimeothen waay back it was mandrake... god that was a mess.. i heard it was the *easier* to use distro06:53
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anon_you can see the files06:53
Logiteanybody: if it is an x problem, how do I fix it so i can install ubuntu?06:53
dimeoprobably fried my laptop.. thank god for extended warranties :-D06:53
anon_but can't write to them!06:53
macdubuntu supports read/writing to NTFS filesystems.06:53
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anon_I thought it was RO06:54
dimeoyea... the apt-get changed everything for me06:54
n2diydimeo: the first linux distro I every got to play with online, with a gui, was Mandrake 7.006:54
mneptokmacd: not in a safe way, sadly.06:54
asc_Logite: X problems are an interesting type of problems.  They're also a huge pain in the ass.06:54
mneptokmacd: FUSE? *shudder*06:54
syko990macd,plz explain?06:54
illriginalCan anyone tell me if there's a program that checks SFV on MP3s?06:54
macdwell, captive NTFS isnt safe either, but that doesnt stop plenty of people from using it06:54
mneptokillriginal: SFV?06:54
Logiteasc_: what should I do then?06:54
dimeowhats all the fuss about zenwalk.. can't be all that compared to ubuntu...06:54
asc_Logite: if it's *just* an X problem, it should drop you to a command line... at least, that's when it did when it couldn't start X, for me, with Edgy.06:54
illriginalTo know that it's authentic and good quality.06:55
macdsyko990, at this time, I wouldnt recommend trying it.06:55
anon_so, read-only for now06:55
mneptokillriginal: i have no idea what that even means. :)06:55
illriginalfor windows it's called HKSFV06:55
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mneptokillriginal: "authentic?"06:55
Logiteasc_: well the first time I tried installing it said somethign about port 1, but then I took another harddrive and it's doing the same thing but without the port 106:55
mneptokas opposed to .....06:55
illriginala file that hasn't had it's meta file information changed.06:55
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Logiteasc_: It might be the cd then?06:55
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mneptokillriginal: editing ID3 tags is somehow bad?06:56