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soundray__doc__: what's messed?12:01
larson9999thinking about getting a laptop with an intel 950 graphics card.  does it support linux or vice versa for 3d?12:01
__doc__soundray: http://rafb.net/p/WLxmPg89.html12:01
unopSuperTeece,  about the onboard one, make sure the BIOS has it enabled and if there's a button to turn it on , depress it -- does lspci list it?12:01
th1is there a way to tell firefox to open folders with KDE file manager instead of the Gnome one?12:01
SuperTeeceunop: restarted successfully but still nothing12:01
shatratlarson9999, the intel chipsets are pretty well supported by open source drivers.12:01
__doc__soundray: whenever I now engage apt, aptitude or dpkg I'm greeted with a line of errors relating to that12:02
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SuperTeeceunop: yes it is enabled, the onboard's light is on, and lspci does list it12:02
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ChaosEddieth1: im pretty sure there is12:02
ChaosEddiehold on12:02
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speedwolf*sigh*12:02
dm_does anybody update feisty today? I have an issue with keyboard layout applet (gnome)12:02
larson9999shatrat: so 3d should work at least as well as ati?12:02
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nexousNET!fonts12:02
ubotuFont installation basics here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FontInstallHowto - No fonts in Flash? Install "msttcorefonts" (from !Multiverse), "gsfonts", and "gsfonts-x11". No fonts in MPlayer? see !MPlayer12:02
speedwolfhow do I set up a passwordless guest account in samba?12:02
SuperTeece0000:07:00.0 Ethernet controller: Airgo Networks Inc: Unknown device 0001 (rev 01)12:02
quaalunop, i located someone else's source.list.. this section seems to be the same repository as mine http://pastebin.ca/36261312:02
shatratlarson9999, if you plan to do a lot of gaming or something you might try and get a beefier nvidia card, they dont have open source drivers but the closed source ones from nvidia are pretty good.  Just steer clear of ATI and Savage imo.12:02
quaalunop, just run that wget command ?12:03
__doc__soundray: so any clue?12:03
unopSuperTeece,  i'm not too familiar with pcmcia on linux -- there's probably something you have to do to get it running, a command perhaps12:03
roostishawhow can i run something from the terminal and then close the terminal and have it keep running?12:03
shatratlarson9999, everything has at least as good support as ati12:03
shatratlarson9999, newer ati cards anyway, some older ones are wellsupported12:03
SuperTeeceunop: I was thinking the same until I followed the steps in the forums for my onboard broadcom and had the same results12:03
mastermixerroostishaw, why don't you run it outside the terminal? by pressing alt+f2 for instance12:03
soundray__doc__: do you want this scons package?12:03
unopquaal,  the first command suffices -  gpg --keyserver subkeys.pgp.net --recv 2D6CFB44DD800CD9|gpg --export -a 2D6CFB44DD800CD9|sudo apt-key add -12:04
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__doc__soundray: I can live without12:04
roostishawmastermixer, right12:04
cypherdelicsoundray: i still get GRUB loading, please wait... Error 2212:04
quaalunop, thanks much12:04
larson9999shatrat: oh, i'm trailing edge when it comes to gaming.  i get nvidia unless someone gives me a card.  but this laptop i'm looking at has the intel chip and i have no experience with it in linux.  so i was curious if they played nice with linux.12:04
adaptrcypherdelic: it's not finding the grub partition12:04
soundray__doc__: have you got the pycentral package installed?12:04
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ChaosEddiehmm not finding anything12:04
unopSuperTeece,  errm, regarding the onboard, have you installed drivers for it, etc?12:04
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YoussefAssadhello. Is anyone here on the ubuntu livecd?12:04
SuperTeeceunop: yes12:05
roostishawmastermixer, that shortcut dont work12:05
adaptronly once, with any luck12:05
soundray__doc__: sorry, I mean python-central12:05
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SuperTeeceunop: I'm going to try reinstalling ndiswraper12:05
unopSuperTeece,  does  ifconfig have anything to say about the interface ?? ifconfig -a12:05
shatratlarson9999, intel puts a lot of work into open source actually.  Their driver works with AIGLX as well so not only does it do openGL but it can also do composite desktops like beryl and compiz.  The only shortcoming with intel is they just arent as beefy hardware wise as the nvidia cards.12:05
SuperTeeceunop: I'll ba back either way12:05
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cypherdelicadapt: boot is definetly on /dev/sda312:05
unopSuperTeece,  wait wait12:05
ChaosEddieYoussefAssad: yes12:05
__doc__soundray: yes it is installed12:05
mastermixerroostishaw, aren't you using ubuntu 6.10?12:05
SuperTeeceunop: ok12:06
unopSuperTeece,  find out whats wrong with your interfaces before reinstalling (and this isnt windows)12:06
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adaptrcypherdelic: that's irrelevant - it's what grub sees when you boot from the HD that counts, and it often sees it differently than when booting from CD12:06
Conman1303can anyone explain how to extend my monitor to my tv to play movies using s video with an ati radeon card?12:06
SuperTeeceunop: ifconfig -a just shows my ethernet card and the lo12:06
soundray__doc__: you could force a success of the postinst script. That would let you remove the package.12:06
shatratlarson9999, heres a comparison of the open source driver vs a low end PCI-E ati card larson9999 http://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=article&item=646&num=112:06
larson9999alright shatrat, i'll take your word and get it.  power wise the chip is plenty12:06
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adaptrSuperTeece: wehat does lspci show for the card ? is the module loaded ?12:06
cypherdelicadaptr, so, any ideas?12:06
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ChaosEddieYoussefAssad: how can i help you?12:06
__doc__soundray: hm, is that in the man to aptitude?12:06
SuperTeeceadaptr: 0000:07:00.0 Ethernet controller: Airgo Networks Inc: Unknown device 0001 (rev 01)12:07
adaptrcypherdelic: best bet is to boot the livecd and examine grub.conf/menu.lst12:07
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mahoundhey12:07
edoloi've just installed ubuntu. i haven't found any browser12:07
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mahoundhow do i change my screen resolution?12:07
unopSuperTeece,  ok, examine these two files for any clues/mention of your cards -- tail -n 50 /var/log/{dmesg,messages}12:07
soundray__doc__: no, it's a whacky hack. Edit /var/lib/dpkg/info/scons.postinst and insert 'exit  0' as the second line. Then run sudo apt-get -f install12:07
YoussefAssadChaosEddie: If you're on the live disc, I'd just like to know if you have a program called install-mbr in your path (don't run it, just check if you can)12:07
koreyedolo, you can't find a web browser in Ubuntu?12:07
roostishawmastermixer, yes. but i have a macbook, so they keymap is different.12:07
mastermixermahound, check System > Preferences12:07
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adaptrcypherdelic: if it mentions hd1 or some such, and you know it boots as hd0, then you need to change them around, and re-install grub on the MBR with the correct partition for it12:07
SuperTeeceadaptr: and for the second card 0000:06:04.0 Network controller: Broadcom Corporation BCM4318 [AirForce One 54g]  802.11g Wireless LAN Controller (rev 02)12:07
mahoundmaster_of_master, the "screen resolution" menu only shows a possible resolution12:07
roostishawmastermixer, any other way?12:07
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shatratedolo, firefox is installed by default, it should be under applications12:07
mahoundmastermixer, , the "screen resolution" menu only shows a possible resolution12:07
ChaosEddiewhere is the path?12:07
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adaptrSuperTeece: second card ? you have two and neither show up ?12:08
koreywow, this chat is busy12:08
shatratkorey, usually ~1000 people here12:08
edoloshatrat, it isn't12:08
YoussefAssadChaosEddie: if you type install-m and then hit tab, if you hve it it should tab-complete. You might have to hit tab twice12:08
soundraymahound: sounds like you have made progress after all. Did you get a different computer?12:08
adaptrmahound: actually, the screen resolution box shows every *configured* resolution12:08
mastermixermahound, you have to edit /etc/X11/xorg.conf --> set the frequencies your monitor can handle, and you'll have more frequencies options in that menu12:08
YoussefAssadChaosEddie: this in a command line. A terminal12:08
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adaptrmahound: and in that sense, for you at that moment, the only possible resolutions12:08
shatratedolo, well, if its not under Applications -> Internet then you could install it I suppose.  Open an terminal and run "sudo apt-get install firefox"12:08
ChaosEddiewhere is the command line?12:09
mastermixerroostishaw, i don't know of any other way to bring up the "Run Application" dialog box12:09
YoussefAssadChaosEddie: Gnome terminal12:09
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mastermixermaybe someone in here know of a way to do it12:09
soundraymahound: slightly easier than mastermixer's suggestion: 'sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg' and tick the resolutions you are going to use.12:09
shatratChaosEddie, terminal is under Applications Accessories.  Just drag it onto the panel, its more convenient if you use it a lot12:09
roostishawok12:09
mahoundsoundray, no, i deleted the ntfs partition12:09
mahoundcool12:09
roostishawmastermixer, ok... thanks anyway12:09
ChaosEddieso it IS terminal?12:09
SuperTeeceadaptr: correct12:09
__doc__soundray: it's a whacky hack yeah but it works.12:09
shatratChaosEddie, well, its a shell.12:09
soundraymahound: on all the other questions, just accept the default12:09
ChaosEddie... can you just tell me what to type?12:10
soundray__doc__: :)12:10
SuperTeeceunop: the only thing sticking out to be is it says ndiswrapper 1.37 installed12:10
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shatratChaosEddie, sure, type "fortune" and hit enter12:10
__doc__soundray: so bascially if a package screws up in postinst or prerm of dpkg you're in trouble you need to apply a small dose of voodoo to get out of12:10
cypherdelicadaptr, so i need to change root (hd0,x) due i think its a partition numbering failure and then update-grub and try??12:10
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adaptrSuperTeece: so are there any modules loaded ?12:10
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OuZo_were can i send crash reports?12:10
mastermixersoundray, i'm still command line addict, thanks for a better explanation to  mahound12:10
YoussefAssadChaosEddie: the command I'm looking for isn't the safest one, so maybe you'd better sit this one out :)12:10
ChaosEddieuh it told me my goose was cooked and my current chick is burning up too!12:10
GrimSleeperHmm I can't do much, somehow I can't run things as user root? Help12:10
SuperTeeceadapter: you'll have to break that down for me, heh12:10
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adaptrcypherdelic: update-huh ? no, you need to first *verify* what it is set to now, and redirect it to the correct one - are there populated IDE channels on your system ?12:10
unopSuperTeece,  have you loaded the ndiswrapper module?12:10
ChaosEddieYoussefAssad: nah its cool12:11
DextorionAnyone have a substitute for Picasa2 ?   Or would that be the better picture organizer app?12:11
adaptrSuperTeece: lsmod, pastebin the output12:11
SuperTeeceunop: I don't know, elaborate please?12:11
th1ChaosEddie, any luck? I found out how to replace the "Save" dialog, but not the "Open containing folder" one12:11
soundray__doc__: yes. The problem is, some packages may not work if the postinst script has failed, so if you have forced something like that, you should really remove the package and report a bug12:11
jribDextorion: have you tried f-spot?12:11
cypherdelicadaptr, so, where to verify, or how, and what, where to fix?12:11
mastermixerDextorion, F-Spot ?12:11
mindstatehow can i remove entries into my Applications menu in gnome?12:11
ChaosEddieth1: nah i couldnt figure it out12:11
shatratmindstate, right click on it and you can edit the menu12:11
SuperTeeceadaptr: it's huge you want it all or should I look for something specific?12:11
Dextorion:)  Thank you jrib  and mastermixer.   So you guys think F-Spot is better then Picasa?  Or just an alternetive?12:11
adaptrcypherdelic: boot livecd, run grub, enter "root (hd" and press TAB key12:11
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mindstateshatrat: i dont want to just hide stuff.i want to permantely delete12:11
jribDextorion: never used picasa so can't say12:12
adaptrSuperTeece: paste it12:12
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__doc__soundray: when you search for the exception to this you find it all over the place, it seems to be a widespread problem with dpkg12:12
Dextorionjrib: Okay, thank you.12:12
adaptr!pastebin | SuperTeece12:12
ubotuSuperTeece: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)12:12
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shatratmindstate, isnt there a Remove button?12:12
mastermixerDextorion, never used Picasa, but i like F-Spot's features12:12
unopSuperTeece,  dont paste in here tho .. use a !pastebin :)12:12
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shatratmindstate, ah, you have to right click and delete12:12
mastermixerit sure is a good alternative12:12
Dextorionmastermixer: Alrighty, thank you.12:12
mothersuperioranyone here using wlan-ng drivers?12:12
bubbaDextorion: f-spot is cleaner, simpler. i like it better12:12
unopSuperTeece,  for reference : http://www.linuxhomenetworking.com/wiki/index.php/Quick_HOWTO_:_Ch13_:_Linux_Wireless_Networking12:12
adaptrcypherdelic: next, if that shows you your ext3 partitions, choose the one where the /boot directory is - usually /, unless you configured it differently12:12
quaalunop, hmm after running that command i got this http://pastebin.ca/362622 and then apt-get install gave the same error as the original..12:12
mindstateshatrat: right clicking does nothing for me12:12
Dextorionbubba: Thank you.12:13
shatratbubba, but picasa is owned by google which makes it cooler to geeks12:13
bubbashatrat: naaah12:13
adaptrcypherdelic: then, enter that partition and type "setup (hd0)"12:13
__doc__soundray: the ticket about this issue should almost automagically file itself purely from the number of times this crops up in a google search12:13
mindstateshatrat: isnt there a folder for it? that i can just remove12:13
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Dextorionhm..  I'll definatly have a look at F-spot before i start building my collection here then.12:13
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adaptrcypherdelic: reboot, and it should now find the grub menu , at least12:13
shatratmindstate, you have to right click on the righthand side of the Menu Layout editor on whatever element you want to delete12:13
shatratmindstate, probably, I dont knkow where it is12:13
cypherdelicadaptr, fine, thanks, i will try that, please hold on for eventueally greetings :)12:14
soundray__doc__: it's easy to get a postinst script wrong. In the case of the scons package, it could have been as simple as a missing dependency on python-central (that's not it, scons does depend on it).12:14
edoloi can't install firefox because "is impossible do lock /var/lib/apt/lists/lock"12:14
mindstateshatrat: i want the folder location lol12:14
unopquaal,  hmm, is this the first time you've used pgp? it looks like it12:14
GrimSleeper"failed to run network-admin as user root"12:14
adaptrshatrat: why so ? google is da evil these days12:14
shatratadaptr, lies.12:14
unopedolo,  are you running that command as superuser12:14
adaptredolo: you already have a package manager open12:14
mindstateedolo: use sudo12:14
mothersuperiorANYONE  USE WLANNG DRIVERS12:14
koreyok, here is my question.  How can I boot from a live cd into my newly installed ubuntu?  grub on the hard drive does not work.12:14
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ant30Somebody know the name of next next Ubuntu 7.10 ?12:14
adaptr!caps | mothersuperior12:14
ubotumothersuperior: PLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.12:14
unop!CAPS12:14
Dextorionbubba: mastermixer: jrib:  Do you guys edit your pictures anything?  Or just store them? If you edit, what program? :)12:14
ColonelFiesty Fawn12:14
LjL!caps | mothersuperior12:14
adaptrheh12:14
SuperTeeceadaptr: got it  http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6484/12:14
mothersuperiorsorry12:14
LjL!feisty > ant30    (ant30, see the private message from Ubotu)12:15
mindstateanyone know where the folder for the "applications" menu in gnome is located12:15
__doc__soundray: btw. if you want one to laugh. it seems like the bios revisions of i810 intel chipsets between A22 and A32 in dell notebooks was changed in respectively to the A06 revision such as to break both i810 and 845patch, such that setting the grakas memory doesn't help and you've got to live with 8-bit color.12:15
zenMy sound is really soft...besides the normal volume controls, is there a way to make it louder?12:15
cafuego_mindstate: they're not folders12:15
jribDextorion: I don't really edit pictures much but in the past I've used GIMP12:15
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SuperTeeceunop: thanks for the paste help, I almost did a bad thing12:15
mindstatecafuego: what are they12:15
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bubbazen: have the same problem12:15
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mastermixerant30, those numbers mean the year and month of the release.. it'll surely start with a 712:15
ant30I ask for pass feisty12:15
Dextorionjrib: Great. I've already had a look at GIMP. Looks very nice!12:15
soundray__doc__: "grakas"? You German?12:15
__doc__soundray: hmmmm yummi 8-bit color, reminds me of the good 'ol times12:15
mothersuperioranyone use wlan-ng drivers?12:15
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quaalunop, hmm12:16
__doc__soundray: swiss12:16
ant30it's known ?12:16
quaalunop i have failed you :(12:16
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cafuego_mindstate: Check out the .desktop files in /usr/share/applications/12:16
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koreyis there a way to boot from live cd into alrady installed system?12:16
mastermixerDextorion, i use gimp myself aswell, but if you can also use photoshop in wine12:16
mindstatecafuego: aight, thanks12:16
unopSuperTeece,  np :)12:16
th1any idea why gnome is default in ubuntu, instead of KDE?12:16
mahoundsoundray, errr... now, we're back to 640x480 :|12:16
th1I mean tbh, gnome sucks12:16
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GrimSleeperIts telling wrong password? I need some help.12:16
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unopquaal,  errm, thats just a warning there not a failure -- you should be ok to continue12:16
adaptrSuperTeece: I see tc1100_wmi loaded.. but not used, that might be something12:16
sethkth1, I prefer kde, but many people hate it.  who cares which is the default?  use the one you like.12:17
Slartth1: obviously enough people in ubuntu-land doesn't agree12:17
koreyth1, for KDE default, download Kubuntu instead of Ubuntu12:17
soundraymahound: no options in Sys-Prefs-Screen Resolution?12:17
adaptrSuperTeece: and a lot of yenta nonsense - is one of them a PCMCIA card ?12:17
CryoniqHi. I read somewhere that whenever there are xorg, kernel updates and so on, I should reinstall the graphics driver. Is that true and could that be the cause of some applications built for linux work slow as syrup at the moment?12:17
Dextorionmastermixer: Thanks :)12:17
th1sethk the problem is that since it is default things like firefox save dialog etc. are gnome style..12:17
zenOkay, so you guys have no idea how to raise the volume?12:17
SuperTeeceadaptr: ok, lead me on, how do I rectify that?  Yes the belkin is a pcmcia12:17
mahoundsoundray, no12:17
bubbazen: nope12:17
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soundray__doc__: I guess Dell is one of many manufacturers that just hasn't "got" open source yet.12:17
adaptrSuperTeece: there is a log, or a potential log, for pcmcia events you can look at12:17
sethkth1, not on my box, but I install firefox from the firefox web site, not from the repos12:17
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bubbazen: i onlu have the problem on my laptop though12:17
adaptrSuperTeece: but what is the other one, built-in ?12:18
mastermixermahound, you shouldn't forget to set the frequencies your monitor can handle12:18
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th1sethk, ok maybe I will try that12:18
shatratCryoniq, it depends on how you installed your drivers in the first place.  Most repositories should auto update them.  if you run glxinfo | grep rendering does it say yes?12:18
SuperTeeceadapter: the pcmcia card is MIMO so I prefer to get that one working if possible12:18
__doc__soundray: it'd be intel in this case12:18
zenbubba, yeah, I'm on my laptop...you using ALSA or something else?12:18
soundraymahound: can you pastebin your /etc/X11/xorg.conf?12:18
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bubbazen: alsa indeed12:18
SuperTeeceadaptr: yes, the broadcom is builtin12:18
CryoniqIt says yes.. but it also reports.. hang on12:18
Icehawk78Is anyone familiar enough with Postfix and Courier-IMAP to be able to help me with setting up a new account to be able to set up POP3 access only to?12:18
CryoniqlibGL warning: 3D driver claims to not support visual 0x4b12:18
soundray__doc__: I see12:18
Cryoniqdirect rendering: Yes12:18
bubbazen: i've got everything cranked to the maximum levels and it still sound pretty pityful12:19
CryoniqWhat does that warning mean?12:19
DigitalNinjaHas anyone here used "electricsheep"? I can't get mine to connect to the server and download a "sheep".12:19
sethkIcehawk78, if you don't add the user to courier, you will pretty much get exactly that without doing anything else12:19
DJS_2_6Hello.  Trying to access a sun server's serial lom port using a serial cable.  I have not done this in a long time, and have forgotten and been unable to find what cli command to use to start the access.  Could someone please help me or point me in the right direction?12:19
q_any idea about the best power management program for laptops?12:19
sethkIcehawk78, courier has it's own user configuration.12:19
shatratCryoniq, the warning is harmless.  You look to be in good shape as far as drivers go.12:19
adaptrSuperTeece: I hear bad things about broadcom...12:19
zenbubba, I fixed it...in a really, _really_ wierd way....12:19
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bubbazen: ??12:19
Icehawk78sethk: So far Ive literally just c/ped exactly line for line from an FAQ, so I'm not even sure how to get this stuff set up in any manner.12:19
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zenbubba, you won't believe me.... >.>12:19
bubbazen: ??????12:20
GrimSleeperHow come I can log in, but if I want to mess with the network or change the time it wont let me? Any ideas.  Everything worked fine until I used the update mangager.12:20
CryoniqAye I think so too kinda.. beryl is working fine.. second life works pretty good.. must be related to the other programs then. Just had to pop a question about it :)12:20
SuperTeeceadapter: the sad sad thing is that this broadcom card worked fine before I deployed, not (after reinstalling the os) following the same steps as 5 months ago gets me to this issue12:20
nerdzyboyCould anyone help me instal rt400 drivers (ralink wifi drivers) for ubuntu with kernel version 2.6.15-28-686?12:20
sethkIcehawk78, I use webmin for postfix, and for courier I use the courier CLI config program which has an add user function12:20
__doc__soundray: I've had about enough of the proprietary driver field circus. It's a show without merit. Consumers are screwed over crosswise by the hardware vendors who are in bed with m$, somebody should start passing law about the strangling of emerging technoglogy markets and get m$ wiped12:20
zenbubba, Alright, so I was listening to streaming music off the net, and it was really soft.  Decided to test what happened if I listen to music locally...12:20
soundrayq_: most power management features are kernel features. You can edit /etc/laptop-mode/laptop-mode.conf for more control than Gnome grants you.12:20
bubbazen: and...12:20
shatratCryoniq, 3D apps are gonna slow down while youre running beryl because it uses a lot of resources.12:20
SuperTeeceadaptr: so what do you think my next step is?12:21
Cryoniqshatrat, aye.. that is why I unloaded beryl and tried as well :)12:21
Icehawk78sethk: Would you have a link that could explain how to use either of these? I'm literally *just* beginning to use Linux and am not extremely familiar with it12:21
sogenmy ubuntu works not good help me12:21
adaptrSuperTeece: take one of the cards out and start getting the other one to work.. tryingto troubleshoot two wifi nics at once is bound to be troublematic12:21
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sethkIcehawk78, let me look, hold on a moment12:21
ChaosEddiesogen: knowing the problm will help12:21
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Icehawk78sethk: I'm also running it as a pure server with no GUI12:21
Icehawk78Thanks12:21
shatrat__doc__, you cant legislate intelligence into consumers.  drivers are getting better and better.  nvidia ones are just as good as their windows product, and ati is at least trying to catch up12:22
sethkIcehawk78, doesn't matter, you can run webmin in a web browser on another machine on the network12:22
adaptr!webmin12:22
ubotuwebmin is no longer supported in Debian and Ubuntu. Please avoid using it.12:22
sogenChaosEddie: i do not know english good my ubuntu craching all the time12:22
lineman60ok i did  a fresh install, followed this to a T http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=185174 wireless conection is dog slow and i get random dissconects any ideas?12:22
zenbubba, so I try with totem...still soft...then on a whim...I try MPlayer (gui'd).  I turn notice it's internal volume is low, so I push that up, and the music that was streaming gets louder too.  (The stream was playing in XMMS, which was maxed).  Now everything else was maxed....so I was rather surprised.12:22
nerdzyboyCould anyone help me instal rt400 drivers (ralink wifi drivers) for ubuntu with kernel version 2.6.15-28-686?  Please, help me...12:22
soundray__doc__: in the case of ATI and Nvidia, I guess there might be foul play involved. But many manufacturers simply haven't understood that they could have drivers written for them, if they just managed to organize a minimal amount of developer support.12:22
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ChaosEddiesogen: it;s okay. just tell me when it crashes/what it says when it crashes12:22
koreyIs there a way to boot from live cd into the Ubuntu already on the hard drive?12:22
cypherdelicadaptr: im at that point where i type root (hd in grub and press TAB, it does a tabstopp, not showing me anthing (i did chroot /mnt/linux/)12:22
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SuperTeeceadaptr: I agree. I started with the pcmcia because it is MIMO and thus faster. I gave up on it and started working on the built-in instead because I knew it worked in the past. When I had the same issue, I started asking for help on the forums (which has been ignored) and now I aM HERE12:23
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soundraykorey: no, if your grub doesn't work, you should fix it as if Windows had overwritten it:12:23
soundray!grub | korey12:23
ubotukorey: grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after installing windows: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows - Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto12:23
EposharkHi, I seem to have a problem partition a Hard disk: I added the Hard Disk to my system, and I started cfdisk to partition it, by typing "cfdisk /dev/hdd" as root12:23
sogenChaosEddie: can we to to prive chat ?12:23
adaptrcypherdelic: the chroot is not needed, but howmany disks do you have ?12:23
ChaosEddieof course12:23
__doc__shatrat: you can legislate that a producer of hardware has to either provide working quality drivers for minor emerging operating systems around or open the spec so they can be provided. But doing neither and getting away with it, and thus helping m$ to promote their shoddyware isn't really in the interest of competition.12:23
nerdzyboyanyone?12:23
koreysoundray,ubotu: grub will not work on my hard drive for some reason, not on this pc12:24
EposharkThen in that menu, I created one partition, as Linux partition, when that was done, I quit the program - however, there is no /dev/hdd1 that I can mount12:24
EposharkWhat should I do?12:24
cypherdelicadapt: its a noteboob, having 1 harddisk /dev/sda12:24
cypherdelicbook12:24
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SuperTeeceadaptr: do you know how to check which version of ndiswrapper libs I have installed?12:24
EposharkThere is only /dev/hdd in /dev/, no /dev/hdd1 ...12:24
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soundraymahound: did I miss your pastebin URL?12:24
adaptr__doc__: there are serious FCC issues with open-sourcing WiFi driver code and specs.. they don't always appreciate it when consumers go changing the frequencies of 2GHz chipsets.....12:24
lnxmomohi12:24
mahoundsoundray, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6486/12:24
EposharkIs that becaussssssss only have one partition?12:24
adaptrSuperTeece: nope, never used it12:24
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sethkIcehawk78, I have a man page for cyradm, which is the cyrus imap configuration program.  There are URLs for this stuff, let's see if I can hunt one up.  Once you get webmin up and running, it is mostly self-explanatory.  If you want to use cli only, you can, but that means editing the postfix configuration files directly.  Which is not really a big deal, but obviously with an admin program it's much easier.12:24
GrimSleeperhow do I access as root?  My user pass doesnt work.  Im pulling my hair out now.12:25
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mahoundsoundray, sorry, just pasted it right now12:25
adaptrcypherdelic: and it's SATA ?12:25
jrib!sudo | GrimSleeper12:25
ubotuGrimSleeper: sudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.12:25
cypherdelicyes12:25
lnxmomois there something that can display my parallel printer like lsusb displays my usb pen?12:25
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SuperTeeceok well I'm gone for now, I'll be back later to try again if I haven't figures it out12:25
bubbazen: strange... I must admit I never really understood how these alsa volume settings worked12:25
SuperTeecebye bye12:25
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fglrxI AM THE SPAWN OF SATAN! MUAHAHAHAHAHA.12:25
mahoundsoundray, i'm currently on 1024x768, but everything seems horizontally stretched12:25
GrimSleeperthx, I'll check it out.12:25
shatrat__doc__, so then everybody has to make drivers for gnu/hurd and opensolaris and minix or else open up their source so that patent trolls can take them to court over frivolous nonsense all over the world?   The problem is solving itself through market forces.  Intel voluntarily documents its hardware and nvidia supports linux bsd and solaris.   more annoying laws will only make things worse12:25
cypherdelicadaptr yes12:25
lnxmomoanyone?12:25
adaptrcypherdelic: in that case it should just be hd0, run "root (hd0,x)" and "setup (hd0)" in grub... if you know which partitoin holds your /boot12:25
__doc__adaptr: if you have minimal electrotechnical working knowledge you can produe frequencies smackin the middle of where you shouldn't12:26
Icehawk78sethk: Should I just ignore the think from ubotu saying not to use webmin, then?12:26
lnxmomois there something that can display my parallel printer like lsusb displays my usb pen?12:26
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sethkIcehawk78, yes, that's political nonsense12:26
__doc__adaptr: nobody prevents you from buying electronics equipment, transistors and soldering iron because of that, do they?12:26
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quaalunop what is just a warning, the message after the apt-get update ?12:26
adaptr__doc__: but not with closed-source wifi drivers.. which is the whole point, they don't want to make it any easier12:26
Icehawk78lol, okay, just checking.12:26
cypherdelicadapt how to find that out12:26
nexousNETHi, I just moved a ttf font to /home/MYUSERNAME/.fonts/ and the font is shown, but is all " . "12:26
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sethkIcehawk78, somebody doesn't like the license that webmin is using on future releases.  I think it's dumb to let that stop you from using something that helps you.12:26
adaptr__doc__: and you woul dbe surprised, it's very illegal regardless of how much of a whiz you are12:26
TrixseyDo any of you use mplayer? If so, do you know what the default dir is for codecs (repo install)?12:26
cypherdelicadapt before installation of feisty it was (hd0,2) (sda3)12:26
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Lunar_LampI was performing the following command "rsync -rv /dir/ /dir/" when I ran out of disc space. I have now freed up the required space - how do I run the rsync again, but tell it to ignore files that are already there (i.e. not recopy existing files)?12:27
__doc__adaptr: sure it's illegal, but buying soldering iron isn't12:27
hey560suspend12:27
unopquaal,  what happens when you try and update now?12:27
sethkIcehawk78, I don't use linux for political reasons, I use it to do work that needs to be done, and I do it in the way that's best for me.12:27
adaptrcypherdelic: the partition won't have changed, but feisty ? why ?12:27
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__doc__adaptr: which is the whole point12:27
hey560?suspend12:27
fglrxTrixsey: /usr/lib/win3212:27
Icehawk78sethk: Same here.12:27
Flannelsethk, Icehawk78, it's more of a "the maintainer stopped doing it" than anything else, without a maintainer it can't exist12:27
cypherdelicadaptr just to check it out12:27
adaptr__doc__: I no longer get, or care for, the point, so neh12:27
hey560does anyone know how to fix suspend issues on a lenovo n100?12:27
EposharkWhy is issuing "fdisk -l" taking a while on some HDD's?12:27
quaalunop, same message as the original.12:27
adaptrcypherdelic: #ubuntu+112:27
sethkEposhark, for something that can't exist, it works pretty well  :)12:27
Trixseyfglrx, in both dapper, edgy and feisty?12:28
EposharkWhat do you mean sethk ?12:28
__doc__adaptr: saying you can't opensource wireless drivers because it would allow people to mess with the frequencies is like saying you can't sell soldering iron because people use it to assemble circuitry that can produce high frequency EM waves.12:28
__doc__adaptr: it's silly12:28
adaptrTrixsey: yes, in all 4 :)12:28
unopquaal,  but the last you showed me was this http://pastebin.ca/362622 -- which i dont believe has anything to do with apt-get/aptitude12:28
fglrxTrixsey: What does mplayer have to do with dapper, edgy and feisty? It's produced by totally different people.12:28
quaalunop this one http://pastebin.ca/36263412:28
Eposharkfdisk -l says:    Device Boot      Start         End      Blocks   Id  System12:28
Eposhark/dev/hdd1               1        9730    78156193+  83  Linux12:28
sethk__doc__, that's quite correct, plus, the NDIS drivers will theoretically let you mess with any wireless hardware.12:28
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quaalunop, thats the last lines of the apt-get update12:28
soundraymahound: there's nothing obviously wrong with that configuration12:28
mahoundsoundray, any clue?12:28
EposharkHowever, I can't mount it: root@lannie:/home/epo# mount -t ext3 /dev/hdd /mnt/hitachi/12:28
Eposharkmount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/hdd,12:28
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adaptr__doc__: there is a real difference: with open source code, ONE person can write a driver that allows everybody else on the planet to use that code to re-program their wifi transceivers.. that's hard to do with one soldering iron12:29
Trixseyfglrx, yeah but according to mplayer, the default dir for codecs is /usr/local/lib/codecs/12:29
cypherdelicadaptr : Error 21: Selected Disk does not exist (root (hd0,0) (hd0,1) h(hd0,2) (hd1,2)12:29
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unopquaal,  try this then - wget http://3v1n0.tuxfamily.org/EDD1E155.gpg -O-|sudo apt-key add -12:29
Trixseyfglrx, who made is has little importance in this case.. rather who configured it12:29
EposharkAlso, if I try "hdd1", it says it doesn't exist: root@lannie:/home/epo# mount -t ext3 /dev/hdd1 /mnt/hitachi/12:29
Eposharkmount: special device /dev/hdd1 does not exist12:29
adaptrcypherdelic: you don't have a hd112:29
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shatratadaptr, what exactly is the problem with that?12:29
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soundraymahound: you might want to try Option "UseFBDev" "false", but that's just speculation12:29
cypherdelicadaptr : seems that i even have a hd012:29
soundraymahound: have you had a look at your /var/log/Xorg.0.log ?12:30
sethk__doc__, I happen to have been writing device drivers for wireless stuff the last six months or so, and the frequency control is typically in the hardware, not the software.  Even if it were in the software, the argument would be foolish, but it's doubly foolish if it's in the hardware.12:30
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adaptrshatrat: the FCC forbids it, I never said there was a problem as such, just the reasoning behind not open-sourcing transceiver specs12:30
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adaptrshatrat: they're not MY reasons12:30
nexousNETHi, I just moved a ttf font to /home/MYUSERNAME/.fonts/ and the font is shown, but is all " . "12:30
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ChaosEddiesogen: are you there? im still waiting for your PM12:30
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sethkadaptr, the fcc doesn't have anything whatsoever to say about it, actually.12:30
__doc__adaptr: welcome within the last terrasecond of the singularity, stoneheaded conservatists who are afraid of change are going to have a scary one12:30
brianskiis there a way to disable the fadeout effect when you click the shutdown button in gnome?12:30
adaptrsethk: hmm ?12:31
DextorionF-Spot seams ver nice..12:31
sethkadaptr, I work on this stuff all the time, there are no fcc restrictions on what I can do in hardware vs software12:31
kitcheadaptr; fcc just tells you how much power and how high your antiena and transmitter can have really12:31
sogenChaosEddie:  im PMing you hmm..12:31
Dextorionits..  simpler.12:31
adaptr__doc__: do you make more sense when sober ?12:31
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cypherdelicadaptr: what to do now?12:31
adaptrsethk: I see, thanks12:31
sogenChaosEddie: or im doingsomething wrong :P12:31
sethkadaptr, the fcc specifies which frequencies I use, and how far I'm allowed to drift, etc., but nothing at the software level.12:31
shatratdoc needs an emotional weblog somewhere that nobody reads, hes very poetic12:31
adaptrkitche: yeah, that was it...12:31
__doc__adaptr: no, but is that a hidden critique on my 15yr springbanks?12:32
ChaosEddieno it's not you12:32
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ChaosEddieim not resigtered on my nick12:32
ChaosEddiemsg me in #flood12:32
Dextorionjrib: Do i have to import the pictures into the directory Photos? Is there anyway to set which directory i want to use?12:32
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jribDextorion: not sure12:32
adaptrsethk: that's the whole point - if you have access to the driver specs, you can reprogram the transceiver and alter the frequencies (and often the power output as well)12:32
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mahoundsoundray, "no mode of this name"12:32
insomninjaAnyone with any luck with sound on the Nvidia MCP51 chipset?12:32
adaptr__doc__: I would not dare critique your springbank suir12:32
adaptr*sir, even12:33
__doc__adaptr: if you have access to a programming language you can programm a virus that wrecks the internet and causes millions/billions of dollars of dammage...12:33
jrattnerBeryl is the coolest thing ive ever seen in my life12:33
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sethkadaptr, sure.  you can detune a radio transmitter by moving an inductor coil.  So what?  You aren't supposed to run out of specs, but that has nothing to do with which things are done in hardware and which in software, and with what is, or isn't, open source.12:33
adaptr__doc__: actually, surprisingly few people actually manage that..,. it's a real skill12:33
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__doc__adaptr: but people *have* managed12:33
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fglrxmahound: What are you trying to do?12:33
EposharkMy HDD problem summarized, who knows what seems to be the problem? http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6488/12:33
soundraymahound: what's that?12:33
adaptrsethk: but you're not providing any arguments - if the FCC regulates the frequencies you can use, then they regulate what you can set them to in software just as much as in hardware12:34
mahoundfglrx, using a higher mode... 1024x768 looks distorted12:34
mahoundhorizontally stretched12:34
mahoundsoundray, it says that for every mode above 1024+7812:34
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__doc__adaptr: it's all bedies the point. responsibility can't be delegated to technical restrictions.12:34
nexousNET!ttf-fonts12:34
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ttf-fonts - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:34
fglrxEposhark: You're trying to mount a whole drive! /dev/hdd1 is what you should be mounting -- a partition.12:34
EposharkCheck the next line fglrx12:35
fglrxmahound: What are you trying to use?12:35
cypherdelicadaptr: of course it cant wort with chroot, straight of the head, i did it whithout chroot, foudn root (hd0,2) and did setup (hd0,2)12:35
adaptr__doc__: true, but I never made such points, I just stated a fact: it's illegal, period12:35
cypherdelicadaptr: hopefully it will be fixed now12:35
sethkadaptr, sure, I was saying that it has no impact on whether something is, or isn't, open source.12:35
adaptrcypherdelic: good one12:35
fglrxEposhark: Oh. I need to work on that reading thing...12:35
EposharkNo problem, I'm glad you want to help me :)12:35
adaptrsethk: and that may well be so, but I have heard the argument put forward once or twice12:35
soundraymahound: can you pastebin this line and some of its context pls12:35
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mahoundsoundray, sure12:36
__doc__adaptr: wrong12:36
cypherdelicadaptr: damn still Error 22 :(12:36
SuperTeece__doc__: I found I have ndiswrapper utils 1.812:36
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__doc__adaptr: it's illegal in your tiny spec of land12:36
cypherdelicadaptr: seems hd 0,2 be wrong?12:36
cypherdelic+to12:36
adaptr__doc__: huh ?12:36
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sethkadaptr, I've done work for motorola and lucent and qualcomm, and none of their lawyers are concerned.  They bitch about open source, of course, if they think it puts their proprietary code at risk, but I've never been told that there are any regulatory issues that prevent us from making a driver open source.12:36
soundraycypherdelic: have you tried the geometry command?12:37
Kaidelongwhere do I go to ask about drivers? n.n12:37
Icehawk78sethk: I tried installing webmin and had some errors12:37
mahoundsoundray, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/648912:37
boricuacan upgrade to feisty from dapper with gui?12:37
jamie_any on tell me which .conf to edit to tell gnome to use esd12:37
cypherdelicsoundray: now sry what was that again, please?12:37
__doc__adaptr: the regulation authorities hereabouts enforce the law of frequencies by means of control and personel, not by imposing silly technical restrictions on software.12:37
soundrayboricua: no12:37
sethkIcehawk78, if you put the errors on the paste site, we can all look at them12:37
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shatrat__doc__, so maybe the swiss semiconductor giants should make their own wireless cards?12:37
cypherdelicsoundray, adaptr: im restarting livecd ;)12:37
boricuasoundray::-(12:37
adaptrsethk: again, sigh, I just made the point that I have heard it said .. somewhere, once, for example, nvidia's drivers, but that may all have been rumours, chill out, take the green pill, etc etc12:37
adaptr__doc__: and where is that ?12:38
soundraycypherdelic: at the grub menu, hit c to get to the grub commandline. From there, run 'geometry (hd0)'12:38
sethkadaptr, all I'm saying is that I don't believe there is really an issue.12:38
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__doc__adaptr: switzerland12:38
adaptrsethk: good! let's leave it there12:38
arrenlexmahound: Oooh. I can help you. Just a second.12:38
Icehawk78sethk: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6490/12:38
EposharkNo one a clue? http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6488/12:38
adaptr__doc__: and what speck of land did I come from ?12:38
mahoundarrenlex, ok,  thanks12:38
cypherdelicsoundray: at the menu, what menu, i even dont get any menu, do you mean in live cd, running grub??12:38
arrenlexmahound: How are you on IRC right now if X won't start?12:38
adaptrcypherdelic: he means the grub menu, which you never seem to reach...12:39
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__doc__adaptr: one that has an authoriity called FCC which can only be ony spec12:39
mahoundarrenlex, X starts12:39
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mahoundarrenlex, but not with the resolution i wanted12:39
cypherdelicsoundray: i get GRUB loading ... Error 22, it cant find grub, i it cant show any menu12:39
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adaptrarrenlex: that's rather short-sighted, yes ? irssi, bitchx, whatever12:39
EposharkI'm starting to become desperate here :(12:39
soundraycypherdelic: okay12:39
sethkEposhark, you mount a partition, which is why hdd is wrong (hdd is the disk).  Now, why fdisk sees hdd1 and mount doesn't, is quite possibly a misleading error message12:39
mahoundarrenlex, besides that, this is other computer :)12:39
arrenlexadaptr: I was asking the question to see if I can give him commands like "turn off x and do this" without him leaving =P12:39
cypherdelicadaptr, soundray any further ideas? :(12:39
jwtoddhi .. .i have a sound blaster xfi installed but i don't think it is being recognized. i am reading https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DebuggingSoundProblems?highlight=%28sound%29 and could use some pointers. thx.12:39
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sethkEposhark, I came into this late, perhaps.  Did you do mkfs on this partition yourself?12:40
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arrenlexmahound: Install the 915resolution package.12:40
adaptr__doc__: you're on the bottle again.. the FCC is the United States' Regulatory body for communications signals, and it's hardly a speck, but I'm not from the US - most people here are, though, hence my remarks12:40
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shatratjwtodd, you bought the wrong sound card :p  creative doesnt support the x-fi under linux or document it at all12:40
cypherdelicmaybe it changed partition numbering, because in gparted, visually my third drive was not /sda312:40
mahoundarrenlex, ok12:40
jwtoddouch12:40
Eposharksethk: I ran cfdisk and made a partition, and it's called hdd1, and I wrote the changes to the disk. fdisk -l shows hdd1, I don't know what to do.12:40
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sethkIcehawk78, webmin uses perl and some perl support libraries.  Install all of perl and these errors should go away.  You'll want both the run time and dev packages for perl.12:40
cypherdelicso maybe ill try hd0,1 for the visual second /dev/sda3?12:40
adaptrcypherdelic: you can get at that easily with fdisk -l /dev/sda12:40
arrenlexmahound: Then, run "sudo 915resolution 3c 1200 800" or whatever resolution you want for the last two numbers (my example is 1200x800)12:41
arrenlexmahound: Then restart X.12:41
adaptrcypherdelic: erm, no - you need to *know*12:41
shatratjwtodd, its a shame because most other creative hardware works quite well with alsa12:41
cypherdelicadaptr: within chrott or livecd?12:41
jwtoddok then ... recommended sound card then?12:41
sethkEposhark, after creating the partition with fdisk (or cfdisk or whatever), you have to do mkfs on it before you can mount it.  say,  mkfs.ext3 /dev/hdd112:41
adaptrcypherdelic: anywhere!12:41
Icehawk78sethk: I think I got them, but is there an overarching package that just contains all of perl to install?12:41
mahoundarrenlex, thanks :D12:41
sethkEposhark, assuming you want an ext3 file system.12:41
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jwtoddi know ... my old box running ubuntu was a creative card :(12:41
cypherdelicadaptr: okay hold it12:41
cypherdelicon i mean12:41
arrenlexmahound: What this does isn't permanent, so if it works, I'll help you make a script that runs it on boot...12:41
EposharkEXT3 is just fine, however, mkfs ext3 -t /dev/hdd1 says there is no such file12:41
adaptrEposhark: -t ext3, not the other way around12:42
sethkIcehawk78, I'm not sure about whether there is a single perl package that encompases the others.  I just use synaptic, search for perl, and check everything.  If you have plenty of room, that's the way to go.12:42
adaptrEposhark: /dev/hdd1 is not a type12:42
arrenlexEposhark: If it exists when you boot from liveCD, you could just make it using mknod, I guess.12:42
jwtoddshatrat: can you recommend a comperable card you would recommend?12:42
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Icehawk78sethk: Webmin appears to be working now. Did you say I should/need to install something else now?12:42
adaptrEposhark: please follow advice literally or not at all... if it was advice, that is12:42
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shatratjwtodd, you might poke around here.  im using onboard sound at the moment. http://www.linuxquestions.org/hcl/index.php12:42
sethkIcehawk78, if it works, and if postfix comes up in the list of servers to manage, you're fine.12:43
jwtoddthx12:43
cypherdelicadaptr: so it shows /dev/sda1 as SWAP12:43
dejxCould anybody please tell me how to connect to crypted wireless network on xubuntu (latest), encryption is wpa12:43
adaptrIcehawk78: why not set up a rootkit ? beat them to the punch, as it were12:43
adaptrcypherdelic: and ?12:43
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knoppi1hey12:43
knoppi1eroro12:43
knoppi1error12:43
jwtoddperhaps i should go on board. i have an evga mother board.12:43
cypherdelicadaptr: it shows one big as /dev/sda2, thats an extra storage and /dev/sda3 that must be my edgy root partition12:43
knoppi1Unpacking replacement dpkg ...12:43
knoppi1(11:31:15) knoppi1: dpkg: error processing /var/cache/apt/archives/dpkg_1.13.25_i386.deb (--unpack):12:43
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adaptrcypherdelic: you should be able to determine from the sizes12:43
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Icehawk78adaptr: Why would I set up a rootkit?12:43
knoppi1how to repair this error12:44
cypherdelicadaptr: /dev/sda3 is marked as bootable12:44
adaptrIcehawk78: never mind, it was webmin humor..12:44
mahoundarrenlex, ok...thanks12:44
cypherdelicadaptr: yes, size, thats what i did12:44
adaptrcypherdelic: then that holds your grub, most likely12:44
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arrenlexmahound: Did it work?12:44
knoppi1!dpkg12:44
ubotudpkg is the Debian package maintenance system, which together with apt forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit.12:44
adaptrcypherdelic: but sda3 most definitely is hd0,212:44
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cypherdelicadaptr: then hd0,2 is right, why doesnt it work?12:44
adaptrcypherdelic: better partition manually next time ...12:44
shatratjwtodd, im no audiofile but most onboard sound isnt all that bad in my experience.12:44
cypherdelicadaptr: i did ;)12:45
knoppi1maybe this is some dpkg error12:45
adaptrcypherdelic: well, it could be grub doesn';t understand your SATA interface12:45
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knoppi1someone can do something.12:45
Icehawk78adaptr: Yeah, I'm a little slow on the uptake right now12:45
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adaptrcypherdelic: you *did* ? hum...12:45
cypherdelicadaptr: i rezizes the big partition and made a new ext3 at the end for feisty12:45
jwtoddi'm u/g a 7yr old box ... i'd like to believe onboard audio has improved since then :)12:45
jwtoddthx tons.12:45
adaptrcypherdelic: woa, woa - slowdown there12:45
knoppi1feisty is in alpha12:45
mahoundarrenlex, worked12:45
cypherdelicnow i delted the feisty partition and want to switch back to edgy12:45
dejxhello12:45
dejxCould anybody please tell me how to connect to crypted wireless network on xubuntu (latest), encryption is wpa12:45
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Kaidelongwhat are you planning to use?12:46
knoppi1hello you12:46
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Kaidelongwpa-supplicant?12:46
knoppi1Unpacking replacement dpkg ...12:46
knoppi1(11:31:15) knoppi1: dpkg: error processing /var/cache/apt/archives/dpkg_1.13.25_i386.deb (--unpack):12:46
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jrattnerQuestion: Where is edgy supposed to be released? and please just answer dont just point me some where :)12:46
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soundrayknoppi1: 1) you are not allowed to paste errors here, 2) you are pasting a part of an error where the important bit is missing. Put the whole message up on pastebin12:47
shatratjrattner, april sometime I believe12:47
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jwtoddhmmm ... my old card is an audigy ... which tops http://www.linuxquestions.org audio compat list. ponder.12:47
Icehawk78sethk: Would my mail server then just be pop.mynetwork.homeip.net?12:47
cypherdelicknoppi1, yes feisty is alpha, but i dont think it changed my old root partition because i told it to install on a new partition12:47
jrattnershatrat, thank you12:47
soundray!pastebin > knoppi1, read the private message from ubotu12:47
kitchejrattner: edgy is out already been out for couple of months12:47
mahoundarrenlex, how do i make it permanent?12:47
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cypherdelicmaybe it removed the boot flag, but undid this!12:48
Icehawk78sethk: And the login info just be the user's unix login info?12:48
knoppi1he12:48
sethkIcehawk78, depends on how dns is set up.  Mine is just mail.mydomain.com12:48
shatratjwtodd, yeah, thats why I say its surprising that creative hasnt documented their x-fi card at all, you'd think they would want it to work as well.12:48
arrenlexmahound: Good to hear! Okay, run this: sudo wget http://arrrenlex.ls.la/fixres -O/etc/init.d/fixres12:48
adaptrcypherdelic: more likely you removed grub entirely, and your edgy install as well...12:48
knoppi1cypherdelic man nobody know.GOodluck them12:48
knoppi1then12:48
arrenlexmahound: Then "sudo chmod +x /etc/init.d/fixres"12:48
kitcheshatrat: hehe you told him edgy suppose ot be out in april when it's been out for months12:48
knoppi1sondray he ok then leave the error i'm on KNoppix12:48
sethkIcehawk78, I use the same user login for both imap and unix.  you have to add the user and password separately to cyrus imap using cyradm12:48
arrenlexmahound: Then: sudo update-rc.d fixres defaults12:48
cypherdelicadaptr: now the partition is mountable, there is everything, boot/grub, my data12:48
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mahoundarrenlex, ok :)12:49
sethkIcehawk78, postfix will pick up the user automatically, without a separate step, IIRC12:49
shatratkitche, im not good with "names" or "dates" or "facts" ok, im an abstract thinker.  Im a holistic problem solver.12:49
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soundrayarrenlex: something's wrong with that link12:49
sethkkitche, hey, he didn't say it would be out for the first time in April.  It should still be out in April  :)12:49
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Icehawk78sethk: Thanks for the help.12:49
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arrenlexsoundray: You're right, I can't spell my own name. xD12:50
cypherdelicadaptr, everything is still there on /dev/sda312:50
mahoundarrenlex, are you sure that's the url?12:50
arrenlexmahound: Okay, backtrack.12:50
arrenlexmahound: sudo wget http://arrenlex.ls.la/fixres -O/etc/init.d/fixres12:50
kitchesethk: true :P12:50
arrenlexmahound: And then run the other commands.12:50
cypherdelicadaptr: are you sure that #k-opt root=UUID instead of /ev/sda3 is not a must have??12:51
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adaptrcypherdelic: of course not, who said that ?12:51
soundrayarrenlex: will this work with Driver "i810" ?12:51
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arrenlexsoundray: That's the only thing it works for.12:51
cypherdelicthen i dont know, its marked bootable, it begins and cant find grub, but why12:51
BlenderKittyhey, is there any way to update my edgy install to feisty?12:52
adaptrcypherdelic: the kernel line does not need it, no - you'll need some background as to why Linux is switching to disk UUIDs12:52
soundrayarrenlex: thanks12:52
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arrenlexsoundray: For what? xD12:52
soundray!feisty | BlenderKitty12:52
ubotuBlenderKitty: 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+112:52
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adaptrcypherdelic: no clue, as I don't know how you installed the first time, and you can't seem to figure out where your root partition is12:52
cypherdelicadaptr: i think i MUST exec grub via chroot, to make it setting up correctly12:52
adaptrcypherdelic: chroot will not (and cannot) change the names or locations of physical disks12:53
soundrayarrenlex: I took the liberty to download your script, too :)  ... and I learnt something from your suggestion.12:53
arrenlexsoundray: You were having resolution problems?12:53
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dreamerdudeis alpha the same as BETA?12:53
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cypherdelicbut grub needs to make the changes on the mounted final root filesystem12:53
pcieasdit's one less12:53
cypherdelicnot on tmp cd12:53
arrenlexdreamerdude: No. Alpha is earlier than beta.12:53
adaptrcypherdelic: how did you boot feisty ? did you use a single boot partition to hold both, or did you overwrite the grub config ?12:53
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nargconfigure: error: *** you need to have the Linux kernel source installed for this driver  This is for building lirc, but I have both kernel-source and headers installed. Do I need to give it the path of them?12:54
soundrayarrenlex: no, it's just that I've been unable to help mahound12:54
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arrenlexdreamerdude: An application goes development > alpha > beta > release candidate > release12:54
dreamerdudearrenlex: thanks12:54
cypherdelicadaptr: listen, i booted feisty amd64 desktop installation cd12:54
adaptrcypherdelic: grub will only write to the MBR of a real HD, which does not need to be mounted12:54
cypherdelicadaptr: i menually partitioned12:54
adaptrcypherdelic: so that is irrelevant12:54
adaptrcypherdelic: and you let it write the new grub to the MBR, yes ?12:54
cypherdelicadaptr: then i rezized the /dev/sda2 which is at the end12:54
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adaptrcypherdelic: so it's pointing to the wrong partition now12:55
cypherdelicadaptr: then i created a 10gb ext fs12:55
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cypherdelicand installed feisty on that, without touching the others12:55
Dextorionnighty12:55
angel12hey, whenever i start beryl-manager in xgl, i get a plain white screen, but i can rotate the screen as if it were my desktop12:55
cypherdelicyes12:55
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adaptrcypherdelic: and you are using which grub to try to restore it now ?12:55
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cypherdelicadaptr: i did "grub > root (hd0,2) > setup (hd0,2)" and rebooted, still Error 2212:56
tempubunhi, ubuntu-ppc 6.10 on apple iBook G3, what does an **INVALID IO ALLOCATION** mean in the error output from startx?12:56
adaptrcypherdelic: of course, that's not correct12:56
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adaptrcypherdelic: you have not once actually overwritten the feisty grub yet12:56
sethkcypherdelic, you do root with a partition, like (hd0,2), but you do setup with a drive, in this case (hd2)12:56
cypherdelicadaptr: what will be correct?12:56
adaptr^^^12:56
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tempubunand why do i have a Red Screen Of Death?12:56
Jguy101Hey all, having some trouble...12:56
adaptrtempubun: your PC is suffering from PMS ?12:57
Jguy101I just installed 6.10, but can't seem to change my resolution to 1280x1024.12:57
tempubunjoin the club ...12:57
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tempubunadaptr: no12:57
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cypherdelicin this case (hd0= wou mean adaptr????12:57
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cypherdelicnot212:57
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ivx!moo12:57
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about moo - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:57
soundraycypherdelic: yes, that's correct. I should have checked that with you.12:57
arrenlex!fixres | Jguy10112:57
ubotuJguy101: 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/FixVideoResolutionHowto12:57
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Jguy101I edited etc/X11/xorg.conf, but I still can't seem to find a way to change it.12:57
cypherdelicadaptr: so "grub > root (hd0,2) >  setup (hd0), right?12:58
adaptr /me thinks literal cmd/output sessions should be mandatroy12:58
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q_how to check if frequency scaling is supported by my Acer TravelMate 2482?12:58
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jwtoddshatrat: on board sound is working. thx!12:58
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BoratHey, does anyone know where i can find the font Swis721 or luxi sans????12:58
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puffEvening.12:58
jwtoddfor a new (newegg.com) build to only have mucked up w/ the sound card i guess i'm cool w/ it all :)12:58
cypherdelicadaptr: selected disk not found, maybe i need to mount?!12:58
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shatratjwtodd, great! if you need to adjust anything just use "alsamixer" in terminal.  It takes getting used to but it lets you change just about everything on the soundcard12:59
SpacePuppyanybody know of a way to manually extract file from a Nullsoft Installer self-extracting archive  ark -> doesn't seem to like it either.12:59
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jwtoddshatrat. much appreciated!12:59
jwtoddi 0wn my weekends now :)12:59
shatratjwtodd, creative has said they will release their own nvidia drivers for the x-fi, but its gonna be a few months12:59
arrenlexSpacePuppy: Run it in wine? Or maybe cabextract can handle it.12:59
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jwtoddjust built out a dual core x64, 4G mem and an 8800 nv gpu :)12:59
adaptrcypherdelic: no, you don't12:59
jwtoddwho needs sound :)12:59
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cypherdelicadaptr: it wa smissing sudo, right ;)01:00
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GrimSleeperOkay I read the rootsudo stuff but havent a how to fix my problem, its like catch 22 to me.  How do I get administrative privileges back?01:00
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SpacePuppyarrenlex: it hangs under wine for some reason... i'm trying to crack it open.. I'll try cabextract01:00
Jguy101any idea how to change my resolution with 1280x1024, since editing etc/X11/xorg.conf hasn't helped?01:00
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jwtoddshatrat: cool! where should i lurk to keep up on that info?01:00
adaptrGrimSleeper: sudo visudo01:00
arrenlex!fixres | Jguy10101:00
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ubotuJguy101: 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/FixVideoResolutionHowto01:00
soundrayGrimSleeper: boot in recovery mode01:00
puffTiger reports W--WARN-- [rootkit004w]  Chkrootkit has detected a possible rootkit installation01:00
cypherdelicadaptr: so i did mount, but it isnt bad, or is it. grub should not care about mounting then, if it writes to MBR01:00
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puffI can't find a man page for tiger, how do I get more details?01:00
SpacePuppyarrenlex: nope.. oh well.01:01
adaptrcypherdelic: are you finally done ? grub takes perhaps 10 seconds to fix tis, and you've been talking aBout it for half an hour...01:01
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BoratHey, does anyone know where i can find the FONTS Swis721 or Luxi Sans???? TIA01:01
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cypherdelicadaptr: hey he succeseeded on (hd0,2) boot/grub/stage 2....01:01
adaptrgo back to Kazachstan, dude01:01
jwtoddheh. nice!01:01
Boratadaptr, stfu gypsy01:02
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Borati will beat you01:02
adaptrokay, bye01:02
mumrahi'm having some trouble with my wifi01:02
mumrahcan anyone troubleshoot me?01:02
arrenlexSpacePuppy: Is the file available on the internet? Let me try...01:02
ivxmumrah, that is it doing01:02
cypherdelicadapt: WOHOO thanks!!!!01:02
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soundrayBorat: too bad you can't behave yourself. I would have had an answer for you01:02
ivxmumrah, what is it doing01:03
cypherdelicadapt: im putting usage of grub in my head01:03
adaptrcypherdelic: perseverence will get you there in the end...01:03
riotkittieArrrgh.01:03
pcieasdneed help with pptp on x86_6401:03
mumrahivx: in general, it works fine. but if i run an app like wireshark, or airodump, it can no longer connect to anything01:03
cypherdelicperseverance?01:03
adaptrcypherdelic: that's the rub - you only need it once every year or so01:03
mumrahbut it can still see the networks01:03
jwtoddshatrat: where would u recommend i look too to track the sb card support?01:03
mumrahi've tried /etc/init.d/networking restart01:03
shatratjwtodd, not really sure where to look.  forums? http://forums.creative.com/creativelabs/board/message?board.id=soundblaster&message.id=3122001:03
ivxmumrah, oh sorry i dont' knwo anything thing about that, google perhaps01:03
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mumrahivx: ok, thanks01:04
riotkittiethis is driving me insaaaaaaaaane.01:04
jwtoddwill do.thx. wife'ski is happy (er) now that i perhaps didn't waste my $ :)01:04
cypherdelicadaptr: yes, i did the same thing few month ago, im sry, im f-noob , hehe01:04
adaptrmumrah: if the module freaks out, restarting networking won't do much01:04
livingdaylight_can someone tell me how to unzip a zip file?01:04
adaptrmumrah: try un- and re-loading them01:04
cypherdelicadaptr: thanks again01:04
Boratsoundray, sorry mate,01:04
adaptr!zip | livingdaylight_01:04
ubotulivingdaylight_: Files with extensions .tar, .gz, .tgz, .zip, .bz2, .7z, .ace and other archive file formats can be opened with file-roller (GNOME) or Ark (KDE) - Also see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FileCompression01:04
arrenlexlivingdaylight_: unzip <file>01:04
cypherdelic_so01:05
nerdzyboyCould anyone help me instal rt400 drivers (ralink wifi drivers) for ubuntu with kernel version 2.6.15-28-686?01:05
pcieasd!pptp01:05
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about pptp - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:05
arrenlexSpacePuppy: Is the file available on the internet? Let me try...01:05
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soundray!info ttf-xfree86-nonfree > Borat01:05
nerdzyboyI can't get my wifi card to work properly...01:05
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adaptrcypherdelic_: booted up now ? :)01:06
cypherdelic_yes, im back on my notebook01:06
Boratsoundray, thanks mate01:06
mumrahadaptr: how do i do that01:06
PiNEi am searching for a GUI way to convert .doc/.odt files to .pdf. does anyone what i should use?01:06
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adaptrmumrah: man rmmod, man lsmod01:07
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jribPiNE: openoffice01:07
arrenlexPiNE: Openoffice.org writer =P01:07
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soundrayPiNE: OpenOffice01:07
adaptrPiNE: oo.o, obviously01:07
ofer1013578701:07
oferopes01:07
adaptrindeed01:07
^phillipPiNE, you could upload to Google Docs and then save as.01:07
adaptr^phillip: but only if you don't care what happens to it afterwards :)01:07
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PiNEi didn't see it as an option in oo.o is it a plugin or did i miss it?01:08
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jribPiNE: file > export  iirc01:08
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^phillipI've moved to Ubuntu today after 11 years of Windows.01:08
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pcieasdhave a depenency problem when trying to install pptpconfig on an amd64 system.  "Depends: php-pcntl (>= 4.3.7) but it is not installable"01:08
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PiNEjrib, thanks i just found it too.01:08
kaje1can someone tell me why my .bash_profile script isn't being called in ubuntu?01:08
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sondukexit01:09
adaptrkaje1: because nothing is sourcing it ?01:09
^phillip:P01:09
jribkaje1: when do you expect it to be called?01:09
kaje1when I log in01:09
jribkaje1: log in where?01:09
sethkkaje1, .bash_profile is called for a login shell, .bashrc for a non-login shell.01:09
kaje1a virtual console or gdm01:09
arrenlexPiNE: http://arrenlex.ls.la/screenshots/28596.png01:09
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sethkkaje1, with X, there is only one login shell, the initial one.  so if you change .bash_profile, you have to log out of X and log back in before the change is effective01:10
arrenlexPiNE: http://arrenlex.ls.la/screenshots/26295.png01:10
adaptrkaje1: also, it is *not a script*01:10
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jribkaje1: it should be getting source if you log in at tty1 though01:10
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wuilliamHi, im bad whit the english!! need help! my grub doesnt RUN, in the 1st partition i have windows, later i installed ubuntu 6.10 (64bit) but the grub dont shows, load windows inmediatly01:10
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riotkittieHow would I go about using my internal HD to boot a Dapper install on a nonbootable external drive?01:10
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ernixhello01:10
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kaje1why do you say it is not a script? It is just a bash script01:10
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sethkriotkittie, install grub on the internal, and have it point to the root file system on the external01:10
mumrahadaptr: once i bring down ipw, how to i reload it?01:11
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jribkaje1: anyway, one solution is to source it in your ~/.xprofile01:11
sethkkaje1, no, it is _sourced_, _not_ executed, which is _very_ different01:11
kaje1sethk: I did log out and back in and it didn't run my new .bash_profile01:11
adaptrkaje1: erm.. a script by definition has an execution line01:11
adaptrmumrah: ipw being what ?01:11
soundray!grub | wuilliam, recover grub as if Windows had overwritten it:01:11
ubotuwuilliam, recover grub as if Windows had overwritten it:: grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after installing windows: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows - Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto01:11
mumrahadaptr: the wifi module, right?01:11
adaptrmumrah: no clue, I dont; have it01:12
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riotkittiesethk: is it really that simple? I'm not going to need a kernel or anything on my internal hd?01:12
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adaptrriotkittie: as long as grub can find a kernel, that's enough01:12
kaje1oh, a #!/bin/sh makes it a script?01:12
sethkriotkittie, no, you get around that by using an initramfs01:12
adaptrkaje1: erm, yes01:12
dreamerdudeyou can pipe things to a bot on here?01:12
riotkittiesethk: you are a saint. i have been trying to get an answer to that question forever :P thank you!01:12
arrenlexkaje1: Yes01:12
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arrenlex!hi | dreamerdude01:12
ubotudreamerdude: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!01:12
kaje1so .xprofile is called when I login to X?01:13
dreamerdudelmao, nice01:13
adaptrkaje1: no such thing AFAIK01:13
puffAnybody familiar with tiger and/or chkrootkit?01:13
jribkaje1: yes, it should be01:13
arrenlex!ubotu > dreamerdude01:13
adaptrkaje1: there is .xinitrc01:13
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nerdzyboyCould anyone help me instal rt400 drivers (ralink wifi drivers) for ubuntu with kernel version 2.6.15-28-686?01:13
kaje1that doesn't exist, do I need to create it?01:14
jribkaje1: yes01:14
^phillipAnyone know why "System->Administration->Disks" does not exist on my fresh install of 6.10 when the docs say it should be there? https://help.ubuntu.com/6.10/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/ch10s02.html01:14
kaje1k, thanks guys01:14
kaje1should .xinitrc be a script or (what do you call the type without an execution line?)01:14
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jribkaje1: .xprofile gets sourced, you don't need the #! line01:15
kaje1ok, thanks01:15
adaptrkaje1: it is a Run Control file (rc) - same as bashrc, and it contains strraight commands that will be executed in the context of the X session01:15
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adaptrjrib: .xprofile ? never heard of that01:15
sethkkaje1, .xinitrc is generally a script.  there is a global one at /etc/X11/init/xinitrc (no dot)01:16
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adaptrnever seen it, neither01:16
dejxCould anybody please tell me how to connect to crypted wireless network on xubuntu (latest), encryption is wpa01:16
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=== adaptr thinks you mean xinitrc
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=== jrib is sure it is .xprofile
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sethkadaptr, jrib .xprofile is a new one on me also.01:16
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wuilliamubotu: look, i installed windows 1st. and ubuntu i installed later, first was windows, i dont know why overwrite my grub.01:16
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adaptrjrib: you'd better be verra sure :)01:17
adaptrwuilliam: ubotu is a bot, he won;'t converse intelligently (yet)01:17
Flannelwuilliam: that's alright.  You'll still need o reinstall grub, follow that first link for instructions01:17
jwl007when is feisty due out?01:17
Flanneljwl007: in april01:17
mike234is there any good reason to run 64bit version?01:18
wuilliamOMG im feeling soooo baaaaad, a bot helping me OMG01:18
HymnToLifethe 18th, if everything goes well01:18
jribadaptr, sethk: heh it's what I use.  I found it getting sourced in one of the gdm files once01:18
wuilliamim a sh!t01:18
jwl007thanks :)01:18
FlannelHymnToLife: 19th is what wiki says01:18
sethkmike234, generally, no01:18
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HymnToLifeoh, my mistake01:18
soundraywuilliam: I know you installed Ubuntu second. Anyway, to repair the system, follow https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows01:18
sethkjrib, you can of course source any file of any arbitrary name, but it doesn't happen under the covers unless it's a well known name01:18
mike234ok and is there an i686 version or only i386?01:18
adaptrjrib: ah, so gdm exclusive - bad, bad idea for an X global file...01:18
Gerry_WHow would I create a separate partition for /media now that ubuntu is already installed? GParted (inside the ubuntu livecd) does not assign partitions to directories.01:18
HymnToLifeseparate partition for /media ?01:19
Flannelmike234: 386 version is for 68601:19
adaptrGerry_W: no, you would be th eone to do that, as it would have to guess, which it won't (and can't)01:19
HymnToLifewhat's the use of it ?01:19
jribadaptr: true, I always assumed it would get sourced otherwise but never verified that01:19
adaptrHymnToLife: who cares >? it's what he wants01:19
Gerry_WHymnToLife: it's not big enough to hold an iso of a dvd01:19
Gerry_WI'd like to enlarge it01:19
lgcHi! How do I reset the sound server on my Dapper?01:20
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soundrayGerry_W: do not /media for that01:20
HymnToLifeGerry_W, normally, you don't store anything in /media01:20
adaptrGerry_W: it's *not* a partition now, so there is nothing to enlarge.. get you definitions straight first01:20
adaptr*your, even01:20
adaptrGerry_W: regardless, what he said ^^^01:20
Gerry_Wadaptr:well, I was thinking, since you can set partitions for /media/sd2 or whatever in the installation, that's what it meant01:21
lgcFlannel, do you know?01:21
Gerry_Wadaptr:obviously, I w as wrong01:21
adaptrGerry_W: if you want to have extra partitions, of course you'll have to make them first01:21
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mastermixerhey everyone, i wanted to know the name of the font shown in this screenshot. it would be great if anyone could please tell me it's name or the name of anything really similar to it. http://www.gnome-look.org/content/preview.php?preview=1&id=36386&file1=36386-1.jpg&file2=&file3=&name=BrushedC01:22
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dejxcould anybody please told me how do i connect to crypted wireless network on xubuntu (latest), encryption is wpa01:22
dejxplease01:22
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Gerry_Wadaptr:Yes. I made one for the previous reason. But I guess it's not needed now. It's just that when I try to mount it in a folder from /home it won't work01:22
Gerry_Wadaptr: it gives me an error01:23
Gerry_Wadaptr: e/g /home/FolderName01:23
adaptrGerry_W: you have to be root01:23
Gerry_Wadaptr: I believe I sudo'd it01:23
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Gerry_Wadaptr: let me try again.01:23
adaptrwhat was the error ?01:23
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Gerry_Wadaptr:lemme check.01:24
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sethkGerry_W, the mount point must already exist.  it's simply a directory, which you create with mkdir (if it isn't already present)01:24
lgcFlannel, you mad at me?01:24
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godtviskenanyone know any good music servers?01:24
mackinacproblem - I cannot escape the getty terminal by ctrl-alt-F701:25
Ulti2001does anyone know why i keep getting the blue screen of death everytime i try to use the 1.0.9 build of the nvidia-glx drivers01:25
BelialMkIIIs there any known issues with the ubuntu liveCD not booting on certain laptops, im putting Ubuntu on a Fijitsu Siemans laptop, and it refuses to check the CD for defects or boot in the normal or safe graphics mode01:25
Gerry_Wsethk: Hmmm. I think I assumed it would mount it somewhere automatically, like daemontools does. Ugh. I'm feeling stupid :).01:25
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Flannellgc: what?01:26
sethkGerry_W, daemontools, IIRC, uses /service, which is typically a sym link, but it must already exist; daemontools doesn't create mount points either.01:26
adaptrGerry_W: with reason :)01:26
dejxdo i need to install wpa_supplicant if i want connect to wpa wlan ?01:26
lgcFlannel, you didn't answer...01:26
adaptrsethk: anh daemon could auto-create mount points at will , obvioulsy01:26
Flannellgc: I was detached.  But, answer about sound?  I have no idea.01:26
lgcFlannel, I was asking if you know how to reset my sound server.01:27
Flannel!sound | lgc01:27
ubotulgc: If you're having problems with sound, first ensure ALSA is selected, by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (ALSA Mixer). If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP301:27
sethkadaptr, yes, but daemontools is a specific software package, doesn't refer to an arbitrary daemon01:27
dejxdo i need to install wpa_supplicant if i want connect to wpa wlan ?01:27
Gerry_Wsethk: Well, there you go again, ruining my self-confidence. :D01:27
Gerry_Wadaptr: thanks for the informative remark. :)01:27
adaptrsethk: I assume it is one itself01:27
adaptrGerry_W: come now, what's the status ?01:28
lgcFlannel, it's the thing about Flash. It was doing fine after I upgraded to Version 9, but when I started Gaim I lost the sound of the YouTube stream.01:28
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Gerry_Wadaptr: give me a sec. I'll try to sort things out.01:28
sethkadaptr, it uses the init subsystem, doesn't necessarily run its own daemon01:28
Flannellgc: no idea.  I have no sound on my box01:29
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adaptrsethk: ah, okay - I never used it, I'll just use loopmount myself, but can daemontools also handle cue/bin/nrg/mds ?01:29
lgcFlannel, Oh, I forgot you like barebones installations...:).01:29
adaptr*natively ?01:29
sethkadaptr, I've never tried; my guess is no01:29
adaptrsethk: then it's no easier than loopmounting :)01:29
sethkadaptr, that's a fair statement.  I wasn't pushing it, just explaining something about it.01:30
dejxhow do i apt-get some file if i want to install package from disc, spec path01:30
adaptrsethk: no problem, of course - I just didn;t know it even existed on Linux - couldn't see why it should01:30
dejxapt-get install .. /path/file.deb01:30
Flanneldejx: don't apt-get it, use dpkg -i01:30
dejxthanks01:30
adaptrdejx: if it's not in a configured repo, you can't use apt01:31
sethkadaptr, daemontools is a replacement for inetd/xinetd, with somewhat better security01:31
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adaptrsethk: hah, that explains much - Gerry_Wwas referring to the *Windows* program, which mounts ISO images...01:31
jribadaptr, sethk: fwiw .xinitrc only seems to get sourced for startx, not with gdm.  And I've also found that .xsession exists as another option....01:32
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adaptrjrib: yes, xsession is what a user uses, xinitrc is for the whole server - nothing new there01:32
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adaptrjrib: but i can count the number of people here who share their ubuntu with multiple users on the fingers of one finger01:32
adaptrjrib: so it hardly matters01:33
Zilusanyone with a BCM4328 on a DELL b130?01:33
Gerry_Wadaptr: could you clarify this, por favor? In the command "sudo mount file.iso /media/iso/ -t iso9660 -o loop," this will mount the iso in /media/iso, correct? And this will take up space in /media, correct? And how does it know where the iso is located (does it have to be placed on the desktop)? Yes, of course I was referring to the Windows program. I'm a recent convert to Ubuntu. :D01:33
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adaptrGerry_W: no, it will not take up any space01:33
Gerry_Wadaptr: ah. good. therein lay my misconception.01:33
bleanna_unuxHow do I find the IRQ & IO of a device?01:33
FreakShowTulsai am having a problem with ubuntu 6.10 32bit im trying to install it and when i do it says <0> Kernel panic - not syncing: attempted to kill init.01:33
adaptrGerry_W: and you have to ipoint to the ISO file, nothing on Linux will *guess* for you01:33
Gerry_Wadaptr: I suspected as much.01:34
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FlannelGerry_W: and, the original 'file.iso' should be replaced with the path to the iso file, that command assumed it was in your current directory01:34
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Zilusbleanna_unux:  lshw -businfo01:34
Gerry_Wadaptr, Flannel: yeah, I just realized that. Give me a break. I've only been at it a week. :D01:34
FreakShowTulsacan anyone help me?01:35
adaptrGerry_W: mount -t iso9660  (or ufs) -o loop /path/and/file.name /mount/point <- there is no other way, no shortcut, no better way01:35
Gerry_Wadaptr: yup01:35
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FreakShowTulsai am having a problem with ubuntu 6.10 32bit im trying to install it and when i do it says <0> Kernel panic - not syncing: attempted to kill init.01:35
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adaptrGerry_W: putting options before arguments is good practice in Linux, and often required, as well - so get used to it now :)01:35
adaptrFreakShowTulsa: *where*01:35
CrakeHunterhello, id like to unrar a file, but it neither "xarchive" nor "archive manager" can read them01:36
adaptrCrakeHunter: unrar, install it01:36
CrakeHuntershould i install s.th.?01:36
FreakShowTulsawhat do you mean by that adaptr?01:36
Zilus CrakeHunter  aptitude intsall unrar01:36
CrakeHunterokay thanks01:36
adaptrFreakShowTulsa: what I think it exemplifies without firther elucidation: *when* do you get the panic ?01:36
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adaptrbleh, need ot sleep01:36
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bleanna_unuxZilus: i get "PCI@02:05.0" which is the IRQ & the IO?01:36
Gerry_Wadaptr: ok, thanks01:37
livingdaylight_does ubuntu come with an ftp client by default?01:37
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jonathan_is there a way i can setup webbased email access in evolution01:37
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FreakShowTulsai get the error after i tell it to "start or install ubuntu"01:37
jonathan_living u have to download anything u want on it ftp included01:37
FreakShowTulsai says loading kernel01:37
jwl007is there a deb package for java sdk?01:37
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livingdaylight_jonathan_, sorry?01:38
jwl007nm01:38
FreakShowTulsathen it says my error i havnt even got ubuntu installed01:38
lineman60ok i am running ndiswrapper,  iwlist scan shows the essid, it shows 0/100 quauity and it attempts to connect, failing i have tryed 3 dirffent windows dirvers01:38
livingdaylight_jonathan_, can you recommend me a ftp client ?01:38
|Jason8|Hey everyone, I need some help with XMMS.  Where can I find plugins?  And does it support global hotkeys?01:38
SirBob1701Are there any repositories I have to add to install the latest version of php5?01:38
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adaptrFreakShowTulsa: what hardware ? core 2 duo, by any chance ?01:38
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Ziluslivingdaylight_: gftp but I think its not installed01:39
livingdaylight_can someone help me out with ftp?01:39
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lineman60Network manager shows full stregth01:39
Zilustry it with apt01:39
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livingdaylight_Zilus, thx01:39
imbecile_anyone have NX free edition running? I was wondering how to configure it01:39
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livingdaylight_Zilus, is it gui?01:39
jonathan_zilus doesnt it depend on whether or not he is using ubuntu or kubuntu01:39
FreakShowTulsanope i have a intel p4 2.66ghz processor01:39
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jonathan_is there a way i can access my web based email in evolution01:39
stanleyI installed ubuntu as the only operating system on a computer I have. I want to put window's back on it for program compatability issues. When I put the Windows disc in and reboot, it does not give me the option to boot to disc. Do I have to change anything in the grub settings ?01:39
Ziluslivingdaylight_: yes01:39
adaptrFreakShowTulsa: try booting the cd with "noapic nolapic" at the end of the kernel line01:39
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livingdaylight_jonathaN, i'm using ubuntu, which is why i'm in the #ubunt uchannel but thx for getting back to me. and besides it shouldn't matter01:39
FreakShowTulsaan msi board nvidia fx 5200 agp 128mb01:40
Dr_willisjonathan_,  depends on the web based email company/settings01:40
FreakShowTulsahow do i do that?01:40
jonathan_like hotmail or gmail for instance dr01:40
Gerry_Wjonathan: just search google for instructions.01:40
FreakShowTulsasorry i dont know alot about this stuff01:40
Gerry_Wjonathan: that's what I did.01:40
jonathan_ok gerry01:40
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lineman60stanly if you hit gub you got to far01:40
kitcheimbecile_: might help you http://biohackery.com/node/3801:40
lineman60you want to check the BIOS01:40
adaptrFreakShowTulsa: when the menu appears, press "e'; to edit the install option, find the kernel line, press "e" again, add the words, press enter, press "b" to boot01:40
GMWeezelIs there an easier way to makes themes other than editing the text files?01:40
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stanleyyea the Bios is set to boot from CD first01:41
FreakShowTulsaOk thx01:41
imbecile_kitche,  tyvm01:41
FreakShowTulsalet me try that01:41
lineman60ok, and it is a bootable cd?01:41
stanleyand there hasn't been any settings changed in the BIOS since I installed linux, which required me to boot from CD01:41
stanleyyep01:41
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Zilusanyone with bcm43xx working?01:42
adaptrstanley: if the windows CD does not give you the option to boot from it, it may not be bootable01:42
jonathan_mine is zilus01:42
stanleyIt's the same cd i've been using to format for years01:42
lineman60Zilus, depends on what you mean by working01:42
jonathan_i can send ya the log that i kept01:42
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stanleyit works fine in my other computers, just not that one01:42
jonathan_it took a friend of mine an hr to get my built in wifi to work01:42
stanleyjust wasn't sure if it was a grub setting or not01:42
lineman60jonathan can i get the log too01:42
ZilusjonathaN: I use the ndiswrapper ,ethod and the bcm43xx-fwcutter01:43
Zilusand none seems to make this card to work01:43
jonathan_zilus ill send ya the log file with all the steps i did01:43
lineman60what is you card unmber01:43
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ZilusjonathaN: thanks01:43
jonathan_no prob01:43
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corevettei just installed feisty fawn...what is the difference between this and edgy?01:43
Zilusi got a bcm431801:43
scarpitchWhy won'01:43
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shadowhywinddoes anyone know how to zip using ark (to a tar.gz ) with a password?01:43
jonathan_funnily enough his comp is older than mine and im using the drivers that worked on his comp01:44
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jonathan_u want me to send his drivers01:44
scarpitchwhy won't Amarok play mp3-files?? Doesnt it supoprt it???01:44
lineman60jonathan, can you email me the logs too. lineman60@hotmail.com01:44
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ZilusjonathaN: please01:44
jonathan_ya it does scar01:44
Gerry_Wcorevette: feisty fawn has not been released yet. It' not all that stable.01:44
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jonathan_did u accept transfer of the log01:44
scarpitchjonathan_, : hmm.. strange..01:44
shadowhywindscarpitch there is a package you have to download to support mp3s in amaork01:44
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Dr_willisshadowhywind,  tar.gz dose not support password encryption of the archive.. you could encrypt the .tar then compress it i guess...01:44
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scarpitchshadowhywind, : ah! Thanx..01:45
t35t0ris there a cat /etc/redhat_release or something similar for ubuntu ?01:45
jonathan_it worked for me and i was using it in gnome01:45
t35t0rhow do i figure out what version of ubuntu is running on a box?01:45
livingdaylight_does someone know how to setup and configure gftp?01:45
jonathan_zilus accept them dude01:45
Dr_willis!info gftp01:45
ubotugftp: X/GTK+ FTP client. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.0.18-14ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 44 kB, installed size 76 kB01:45
Gerry_Wt35t0r: system-->about01:45
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Dr_willislivingdaylight_,  install it.. run it?01:45
livingdaylight_Zilus, any chance?01:45
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livingdaylight_Dr_willis, run it, indeed. I mean to configure it to run it01:46
lineman60: Zilus, 430601:46
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livingdaylight_Dr_willis, i've insstalled it. now need to configure it01:46
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t35t0rGerry_W, wth is that do ubuntu users not know what a command line is ?01:46
Dr_willislivingdaylight_,  huh?  its a ftp client.. whats to configure..01:46
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livingdaylight_Dr_willis, ports? name? ehr..dunno stuff like that01:47
Ziluslineman60 sorry didnt catch that... ?01:47
Gerry_Wt35t0r: or you could click twice.01:47
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Dr_willislivingdaylight_,  look in the menus?  the ports and stuff depend on the ftp server you want to connect to.01:47
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t35t0ri can't click anything you insensitive clod ..i'm in a cli01:47
FreakShowTulsaadaptr do you mean this for what version of ubuntu i tried e thing and it didnt do anything im trying to install 6.10 ubuntu01:48
kaje1I tried calling .bash_profile from .xinitrc and .xprofile and neither worked... I restarted X with ctrl-alt-back...01:48
t35t0ris there a program i can open that would give me that?01:48
t35t0rperhaps gedit?01:48
kaje1any other ideas?01:48
Gerry_Wt35t0r: hmmm01:48
jribkaje1: how did you try to call them01:48
KrAsHeRhey folks, anyone knows if Ubuntu 6.06 Dapper Drake has any issues with ReiserFS?01:48
jribs/them/it01:48
Gerry_Wt35t0r: I'll look it up for ya.01:48
ingrixI have a quick question.  I accidentally removed the Gaim icon from my panel, and I can't get it back.  Does anyone know what I should do?01:48
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kaje1just had a single line in the file: . ~/.bash_profile01:48
jonathan_zilus01:48
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freakshowadaptr?01:49
Dr_willishmm.. gftp has a lot of neat features01:49
Gerry_Wt35t0r: cat/etc/issue01:49
Zilusjonathan_: i cant01:49
t35t0rlsb_release -a01:49
t35t0rhttp://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=210165701:49
Zilusdont know how :(01:49
jonathan_talk to me in pm dude01:49
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t35t0rok thanx01:49
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Gerry_Wt35t0r: no problem01:49
digitone using ubuntu 6.10..    network card trying to get to work with ndiswrapper is: wusb54gsc..  I get ndiswrapper to find the drivers and it says hardware is present..  except when i go to modprobe ndiswrapper, I get a FATAL error stating Module ndiswrapper not found.01:49
Zilusjonathan_: I already did that,01:49
Flanneljonathan_: you can't query, you're not registered01:50
digitonebeen dealing with this for 3 days..  did my research with no luck or nothing that worked.. please help01:50
jonathan_what u mean not registered01:50
jonathan_and how do i register01:50
royelingrix: you can right click on the panel an chose > Add to Panel, then either search the listed choices or click on the top left button "Application Launcher" you should be able to locate it from there01:50
Flannel!register | jonathan_01:50
ubotujonathan_: Information about registering your Freenode nick is at http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#contents-userregistration01:50
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freakshowi am having a problem with ubuntu 6.10 32bit im trying to install it and when i do it says <0> Kernel panic - not syncing: attempted to kill init. can anyone help me01:50
roostishawhow do I apply a .patch file?01:50
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roostishawits a kernel patch01:50
Flannelroostishaw: "patch" is the command01:50
jribkaje1: how are you testing whether or not ir worked?01:51
roostishawheh01:51
roostishawok01:51
kaje1hmm, just found a post on the web that says I need to do .xsession... brb testing that one01:51
roostishawthanks Flannel01:51
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Zilusjonathan_: can u see the messages I wrote in pm?01:51
jonathan_ya i can01:51
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jonathan_can u c the ones i write01:51
kaje1jrib: my .bash_profile sets up some aliases... I am starting a terminal and typing "alias" and they aren't there....01:51
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kaje1brb01:51
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ingrixRoyel: Yes, I have tried that.  It just launches Gaim though.  I am talking about the icon that just puts the whole application in the panel and keeps it running01:52
Zilusjonathan_: in pm windows nope :(01:52
digitoneusing ubuntu 6.10..    network card trying to get to work with ndiswrapper is: wusb54gsc..  I get ndiswrapper to find the drivers and it says hardware is present..  except when i go to modprobe ndiswrapper, I get a FATAL error stating Module ndiswrapper not found.01:52
KrAsHeRhey folks, anyone knows if Ubuntu 6.06 Dapper Drake has any issues with ReiserFS?01:52
jonathan_its saying im already registered01:52
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Zilusjonathan_: maybe its anither user who registered that nickname01:53
jonathan_ok01:53
jonathan_brb zilus01:53
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Zilusjonathan_ okas01:53
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Ulti2001hey guys01:53
Ulti2001i need some help with something01:53
royelingrix: I'm confused to be completely honest, I'm not sure your being completely clear what is missing01:53
freakshowcan anyone help me? plz01:53
shadowhywinddoes anyone know how to password protect a tar.gz01:53
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ingrixRoyel: I apologize.  I was afraid I wasn't being clear.  Are you familiar with Gaim?01:54
royelingrix: yes01:54
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jonathan_hey01:54
royelingrix: oh wait, you minimized the app an now dont have a taskbar icon to bring the window focus back?01:54
freakshowi am having a problem with ubuntu 6.10 32bit im trying to install it and when i do it says <0> Kernel panic - not syncing: attempted to kill init. can anyone help me01:55
jonathan_zilus01:55
ingrixRoyel: No, it kills Gaim completely now.01:55
jonathan_what channel is this01:55
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craigbass1976ok guys and gals, let me knwo if this question is inappropriate for #ubuntu...  I'm going on a gig tomorow.  THere's no broadband.  There aren't any external modems.  I don't want to try and get ubuntu to work with a winmodem.  I need to install samba and would like to just apt-get install right off the internet.  Has anyone ever dialed up with a windows ME machine and forwarded it to a network?  The other choices are doin01:55
craigbass1976g it with 95 or 98.01:55
ingrixRoyel: I rather liked that feature, but I can't figure out how to get it back01:55
richard_I'm trying to find out why this laptop can connect via ssh to my suse server, when I can from all other networks01:55
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richard_the laptop is behind a router and a firewall, which I've been told should have no impact...01:55
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Zilusjonathan_: sup?01:55
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rupertskitchenhi you there01:56
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XiXaQcraigbass1976, I didn't understand that.01:56
Zilusjonathan_: sup?01:56
freakshowjonanthan_ will you help me?01:56
rupertskitchenis hier ochn deutschi any germs in here01:56
jrib!de | rupertskitchen01:56
uboturupertskitchen: Deutschsprachige Hilfe fuer Probleme mit Ubuntu, Kubuntu und Edubuntu finden Sie in den Kanaelen #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #xubuntu-de und #edubuntu-de01:56
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XiXaQrupertskitchen, try #ubuntu-de01:56
jonathan_zilus01:56
SirBob1701can anyone tell me how to compile php with the pdo object? lol01:56
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rupertskitchenim absolutely new to linux, wow, is this only support in here?01:57
Zilusjonathan_:  whats up?01:57
ingrixRoyel: I hope this doesn't confuse you further: normally if you have the "System Tray" plugin activated for Gaim, when you click the X button on the Buddy List it will close the window, but Gaim will still be running, and the icon lets you get it back up.  Now when I click the X, it closes Gaim01:57
Zilusrupertskitchen: we try to01:57
jonathan_how can i change my nic without havin to disconnect from channel01:57
craigbass1976XiXaQ, It's more of a windows question, but I wondered if anyone in here had run into it.  There's an ME box with dialup access and I want to know if it's possible to forward that connection to a network containing an ubuntu box.01:57
XiXaQrupertskitchen, this is a support channel, yes. Just normal chat is done in #Ubuntu-offtopic01:57
Zilusjonathan_: / nick blah01:57
SirBob1701rupertskitchen: www.ubuntuforums.org01:57
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freakshowwhy doesnt anybody listen and help me this is a support channel am i wrong?01:57
Ziluswithiout the space between / and nick01:57
jonathan_nothing is happening zilus01:58
computermcI just installed (using synaptic) kde. Which pulled down a lot of other files with it. After all that I decide I like gnome better and want to remove all of the kde stuff. How do that?01:58
XiXaQcraigbass1976, you mean connection sharing? It is. But you're right, it's a windows question.01:58
jonathan_i tried that01:58
rupertskitchenthanx... so... i think install routines in linux are very hard to do sometimes01:58
mindstatelol freakshow just ask your question01:58
hossasaurhello, for some reason all of the folders i create from the terminal are read-only.  how do i make them read/write using mkdir? moreover, how do i change them to read/write now from the terminal?01:58
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Zilusjonathan_: look01:58
freakshowi have many times lol01:58
jribfreakshow: no one may know the answer to your question01:58
eagles051387there we go zilus01:58
tempubunfreakshow: don't whine, ask your question01:58
eagles051387i got it zilus01:58
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unop!patience | freakshow01:58
craigbass1976freakshow, hang in there, someone will answer.  You might try googling for your panic message while you wait.01:58
ubotufreakshow: The people in this channel are volunteers. Your attitude will determine how fast you are helped. See also http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines01:58
eagles051387i got it dude01:58
eagles051387not to register it01:58
Dr_willisfreakshow,  or it may be your cd disk is bad.01:58
Ziluseagles051387: ok01:58
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SirBob1701?01:58
freakshowi am having a problem with ubuntu 6.10 32bit im trying to install it and when i do it says <0> Kernel panic - not syncing: attempted to kill init.01:58
rupertskitchenthe what?01:58
jdiggidyfreakshow: you're running from the live cd?01:59
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freakshowno01:59
eagles051387woot it is registered01:59
Ziluseagles051387: try to pm me?01:59
imbecile_can someone tell me where NX connection wizard should be? :/01:59
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jdiggidyfreakshow: how are you installing01:59
freakshowits a live cd yes but you can install it from the cd01:59
computermcTrying to do it in synaptic only removes the kde package not everything else.01:59
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eagles051387do u c it zilus01:59
rupertskitchenok dear dudes, like that, check out my bandsite for nice funky music, www.rupertskitchen.de... try to do it for myself, think itll work soon..01:59
xtknighthossasaur: are you using sudo to make the folders?01:59
roostishawanyone know: how can i control the fan speed of my macbook on ubuntu? (its running way to hot)01:59
hossasaurxtknight: uhm....no01:59
freakshowi push enter on start or install ubuntu and then my error occurs01:59
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jdiggidyfreakshow: is that what you're trying to do when you get the kernel panick?02:00
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The_Rebelwhere do i manage startup scripts and commands?02:00
tempubunroostishaw: stick you finger into the fan, works for my kids02:00
xtknighthossasaur: are you making the folders on a read only file system?02:00
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roostishawtempubun: tried that02:00
hossasaurxtknight: no02:00
hossasaurxtknight: rw02:00
roostishawtempubun: now there's blood all my macbook02:00
tempubunroostishaw: haha02:00
roostishaw:/02:00
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freakshowi try to start ubuntu to install then it says Kernel Panic - not syncing attempted to kill init02:00
tempubunroostishaw: are running ubuntu-ppc?02:00
jdiggidyfreakshow:  I wonder if you didn't get a bad download.02:00
Dr_willisfreakshow,  and where did this cd come from?02:00
GibbsIs it possible to rebind CTRL-ALT-F1 to something else?02:00
XiXaQThe_Rebel, depends :) If you just want to start an application when you log in, you can use System > Preferences > Sessions02:01
roostishawtempubun: no. normal. should i be?02:01
xtknighthossasaur: anything other than the usual?  just making folders on a regular file system (like an ext3 HD mounted as rw) and they are coming up RO for your user?  what is the exact permission string shown for a newly-created folder of yours?02:01
tieTYT2yesterday i could see my screensaver but today if i lock the screen the screen just turns black and a screensaver never shows up02:01
freakshowive downloaded it 4 different times02:01
tempubunroostishaw: no, just asking02:01
tieTYT2does anyone know what could cause that?02:01
freakshowfrom different servers02:01
kungfugoatI'm running 6.1 and whenever I try to switch to a console (CTRL-ALT-F1) from X, my screen gets corrupted02:01
jdiggidyfreakshow:  from the ubuntu mirrors?02:01
hossasaurxtknight: for instance, one of the folders was created on my desktop.  for some reason it's read-only now.02:01
XiXaQGibbs, System > Preferences > Keyboard shortcuts02:01
freakshowYes02:01
ingrixRoyel: thank you for your help.  It's much appreciated02:01
tempubunyou said a macbook, must be one of them new ones eh? with the intel chip02:01
kungfugoatwhat gives?02:01
The_Rebelwhen i add commands to sessions it doesnt work.. mostly due to needing root02:01
xtknighthossasaur: how did you create that desktop folder?02:01
jdiggidyfreakshow:  have you tried a different disk?02:01
shorty114tempubun, all macbooks have intel...02:01
roostishawtempubun: ok... do you know how to control it by chance?02:01
hossasaurxtknight: i don't remember off hand, but i think from the terminal using "mkdir xxx"02:01
kungfugoatwhere's the inittab file?02:02
tempubunshorty114: k, ta, wouldn't know, only have iStuff02:02
freakshowi dont have a a 6.10 disk i downloaded it and burnt it to an .iso file then i boot to cd02:02
xtknighthossasaur: and you're sure it wasn't 'sudo mkdir', right?02:02
GibbsXiXaQ the bind for CTRL-ALT-F1 (or command) isn't listed there...02:02
hossasaurxtknight: it could have been02:02
shorty114tempubun, yeah, apple made it kind of confusing02:02
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Dr_willisfreakshow,  could try burning the cd at 1x speed..  (i hear that can help) bit ive enver had problems with the stuff02:02
tempubunroostishaw: i'll have a look02:02
hossasaurxtknight: i made the dir a few days ago02:02
jdiggidyfreakshow:  right.  I meant did you try burning to a different disk?02:02
xtknighthossasaur: alright.  well, when you create folders with sudo the owner is root02:02
freakshowyes 4 different times02:02
tempubuncan every slow down typing, i can't read this fast ... 8-)02:02
hossasaurxtknight: so i'd have to change ownership of the folder?02:03
xtknighthossasaur: and by default the permissions are that root has rw and others have only ro to that.02:03
Dr_willisfreakshow,  also try differnet cd burning software. like 'burnatonce' - you COULD also install vmware server, and try booting the .iso files to verify they work02:03
xtknighthossasaur: no, actually02:03
XiXaQGibbs, does CTRL+ALT+F1 do anything special by default?02:03
jdiggidyfreakshow:  4 different disks?02:03
roostishawtempubun: cool. thanks. all I have found is this: http://www.jasonparekh.com/?page_id=9 (didnt work, obviously)02:03
xtknighthossasaur: you can keep the owner as root and then under root set the permissions to the folder so that OTHERS can read/write also02:03
kungfugoathow would I use find to search for a file in a certain directory?02:03
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jdiggidyfreakshow:  I'm not trying to ask the same question over and over, really.02:03
hossasaurxtknight: how do you do that? i started using linux again for the first time in 10 years just a week ago02:03
freakshowi have ubuntu 6.06 cd but i have to find it i've never had this problem before02:03
xtknighthossasaur: but you could also just change ownership to your user if you wanted.  if it's on YOUR desktop, i think the owner should be YOU02:03
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GibbsXiXaQ, yes it closes X Server and goes to the shell terminal02:03
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^phillipAnyone know how to disable window animations?02:03
imbecile_can someone tell me where NX connection wizard should be? :/02:04
Dr_willis^phillip,  i recall researching that ages ago.. and never did find a good answer.02:04
Dr_willis:)02:04
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hossasaurxtknight: i'm the only user on the machine, just ubuntu automatically doesn't allow you to be root in the gui02:04
^phillipI'll have to do some digging.02:04
jdiggidyfreakshow:  It sounds like a bad download, or a bad image, but I've never gotten a bad image from the ubuntu mirrors.02:04
freakshowyes ive tryed different burning software and ive burnt it 2 twice from my dvd burner and twice from my cd-rom burner02:04
xtknighthossasaur: to make yourself the owner: `sudo chown -R yourname folder`  (this will recursively set the owner of that specified folder to yourname).  or, you can set OTHERS so they can read/write the folder: `sudo chmod -R 777 folder`02:04
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freakshowi dont see why it does this 6.06 didnt do this02:05
hossasaurxtknight: thank you02:05
BlackenWell, I managed to hose NTLDR when installing Linux next to Windows. (There were two separate Windows installs, 32-bit and 64-bit, and I overwrote the 32-bit one that had NTLDR on the hard drive...sigh). Is there a way on Linux to see drives/partitions the way boot.ini's loader would (i.e. multi(0)disk(0)...)?02:05
XiXaQGibbs, oh.. Sorry, I keep forgetting. I'm using NX, so some shortkeys are disabled.02:05
hossasaurxtknight: will that result in ownership of all subfolders as well?02:05
BlackenIt's not as simple as hda/hdb, as one drive is SATA and the other IDE.02:05
Dr_willisfreakshow,  could try the Feisty Fawn Live cd/alternative cds02:05
xtknighthossasaur: all subfolders and all files within those and those dirs and those and those..etc...everything under it02:05
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Dr_willisfreakshow,  but thats in testing right now.. so it may be less then reliable02:06
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jdiggidyfreakshow:  6.10 hasn't done this for many people, either.  Out of curiosity, is it a torrent or the full iso?02:06
hossasaurxtknight: ok, how about folders on a mounted fat partition?02:06
xtknighthossasaur: in the future just create the folders in a non root mode to have ownership default to your own user.  in other words, don't do sudo mkdir xxx or sudo -H -s; mkdir xx02:06
freakshowok ill try it but i think i will just install 6.06 back on it02:06
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freakshowthe FULL iso02:06
xtknighthossasaur: what types of problems are you having on the fat partition?02:06
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jdiggidyfreakshow:  if you install 6.06 back on, you can sudo apt-get install dist upgrade to 6.10 and it should work fine.02:07
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freakshowok02:07
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hossasaurxtknight: it's odd, the folders are all read-only, yet i can create subfolders in them02:07
freakshowill do that lol thank you so much jdiggidy02:07
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jdiggidyfreakshow:  sorry, I gave the wrong command.  I think it's apt-get dist upgrade, no install.02:07
freakshowbye02:07
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tempubunroostishaw: http://81.169.182.62/~eidac/software/page5/page5.html02:07
Flanneljdiggidy, freakshow, that's not the command ;)  but yeah, you can install 6.06 and upgrade easily enough02:07
freakshowok02:07
tempubunclosest thing so far02:07
xtknighthossasaur: you need to set the usermask to the inverse of what you want the permissions to be.   7777-xxxx = umask.  if you want 7777 perms (execute+write+read for all users) then your umask will be 002202:08
roostishawtempubun: ...02:08
Flanneljdiggidy, freakshow, update-manager is the preferred method02:08
freakshowk peace im out bye02:08
roostishawtempubun: isn't that for os x?02:08
jdiggidyFlannel:  I realized it was the wrong command after I typed it, but still can't remember, what was it again?02:08
xtknighthossasaur: umask is set in the options for that mount point under fstab02:08
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Flanneljdiggidy: gksudo update-manager -c02:08
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tempubunroostishaw: is but it may be ported to linux, i'm looking02:08
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jdiggidyFlannel, yeah,  that's right. Thanks for the reminder.02:08
hossasaurxtknight: i think i get you, let me check it out02:08
roostishawtempubun: oh, ok.02:08
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hossasaurxtknight: UUID=8B96-C366  /media/fat         vfat    defaults,rw,utf8,umask=007,gid=46 0       102:09
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xtknighthossasaur: well right now it looks like users have very few perms02:10
xtknighthossasaur: set umask=0022 (or 022) and see what happens02:10
KervanHello. I am using Thunderbird to read my mails. But I have problem when I click the links, that is in mail, Konqueror opens the links. How can i open them with firefox?02:11
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hossasaurxtknight: thanks, is there a way to umount/mount to test?02:11
Twigmanhi Guys..02:11
TwigmanDoes anyone know if there is an issue with evolution in the current version of feisty?02:11
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xtknighthossasaur: [{ sudo umount /dev/blkdev } or { sudo umount /mount/point }]  && sudo mount -a02:11
tempubunroostishaw: dual boot ubuntu/that other system or ubuntu 100%?02:11
TwigmanMy 'send / receive' button is permanently greyed out..02:11
tiredbones_When I try to play an mp4 file I get this error on totem, "You do not have a decoder installed to handle this file. You might need to install the necessary plugins.".  When I try to add this plugin from syndaptic, "totem-gstreamer-firefox-plugin:" . I get message from synaptic. "Depends: totem-gstreamer (=1.4.1-0ubuntu4) but 1.4.3-0ubuntu1 is to be installed". What should I do?02:11
TwigmanI'm ... unable to get mail :-\02:12
TwigmanI've even tried killing off gconf for evo completely and removing the .evo files..02:12
roostishawtempubun: osx and ubuntu with bootcamp02:12
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roostishawtempubun: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBook <--- used that02:12
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tempubunroostishaw: k02:12
XiXaQtiredbones_, answer ok?02:12
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hossasaurxtknight: thanks, but i guess i have to wait til reboot, i forgot i'm using the drive for bittorrent02:13
tomzonehiall02:13
hossasaurxtknight: thanks for the help02:13
xtknighthossasaur: no problem02:13
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XiXaQtiredbones_, oh.. Have you added all repositories?02:13
tiredbones_XiXaQ, there is no place to answer ok.02:13
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FlannelKervan: assuming thunderbird does the right thing (call x-www-browser), sudo update-alternatives --config x-www-browser02:14
QuintinI've got a serious problem whenever I click my power bu02:14
Twigmanand... I've been through ubuntu :/02:14
xtknighttiredbones_: have you added external repositories to your Ubuntu?02:14
kaje1well, still no love... I put it into .xsession and that just made my login crash...02:14
FlannelTwigman: #ubuntu+1 for feisty support02:14
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xtknighttiredbones_: and are you using ubuntu dapper or edgy?02:14
TwigmanFlannel, thanks :)02:14
hossasaurxtknight: ubuntu makes the full transition from microsoft feasible for most, which is much different than 10 years ago02:14
tiredbones_XiXaQ, how to add all repositories? dapper02:14
xtknighthossasaur: indeed02:15
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QuintinWhenever I click the power button in upper right, I get "your session has been saved" instead of the normal dialog.  how do I fix this?02:15
xtknight!universe | tiredbones_02:15
ubotutiredbones_: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components - See also !EasySource02:15
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xtknight!repositories02:15
kaje1does anyone know for sure what rc file is run when a user logs into gdm? or starts X? or something similar?02:15
Flannel!startup | kaje102:15
ubotukaje1: To add programs to start up when you log into your Gnome session https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AddingProgramToSessionStartup02:15
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xtknightkaje1: uhh i think for gdm it's the gdm session files>?02:16
Quintinlivingdaylight_: PING02:16
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The_Rebelcan i use rc.local for starting my wireless card up using iwconfig?02:16
Dr_williskaje1,  .xsession is ran by a specific  GDM 'entry' I belive.. in many disrtos.. not in addation to other login sessions.02:16
kaje1sorry, I should have explained more... I trying to get my .bash_profile sourced so I can pick up some aliases and my correct path...02:16
viatorwill ubuntu be using openid02:16
tempubunroostishaw: this link is dead, but you are after MacBook SMC Frimware Update => http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/macbooksmcfirmwareupdate.html02:16
xtknight.Xsession is run by the X window system02:16
viatorfor the forums etc02:16
hossasaurxtknight: is there a way to set up grub to choose between different linux gui's, say between gnome and kde?02:16
viatoranytime soon02:16
livingdaylight_hey, Quintin02:17
Dr_williskaje1,  perhaps put them in your .bashrc instead of .bash_profile02:17
KervanFlannel: i have sellected firefox from list but no browser opening now02:17
Flannelhossasaur: er, grub?  You do that at GDM/KDM02:17
xtknighthossasaur: that's not grub's job.  you can use a window manager to change between gnome and kde02:17
roostishawtempubun: why?02:17
hossasaurxtknight: alright, thanks02:17
tempubuncos they reckon it is what allows your system to make your fan run faster/more often etc02:17
roostishawtempubun: i have the updater installed, im on os x now. it told me i have the latest version02:17
kaje1Dr_willis: doesn't that run when I start a bash session? I need those paths to be in place for shortcuts to work02:17
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livingdaylight_Quintin, i'm using uttorrent with wine now :p02:18
tempubunhaha, whoops, you are on your own then, sorry couldn't be more helpful02:18
boricuais there a channel for feisty02:18
roostishawalright02:18
Quintinlivingdaylight_: I just quit using that..02:18
Flannelboricua: #ubuntu+102:18
Quintinboricua: #ubuntu+102:18
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roostishawtempubun: thanks anyway! :)02:18
tempubunroostishaw: be bold and trash OSX02:18
roostishawtempubun: nawww02:18
tempubunroostishaw: k, np02:18
Quintintempubun: osx > ubuntu02:18
roostishawtempubun: well, get this to work and i might02:18
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roostishawtempubun: but i cant burn my lap every time i use ubuntu02:19
Dr_williskaje1,  one way to find out.. i think that the .bashrc gets read from the initial X stuff.. never had to mess with it much.02:19
tempubunroostishaw: indeed02:19
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viatori have a few macs  i think ubuntu is a much better product02:19
viatorthan osx02:19
Dr_williskaje1,  it has entrys in there to set the paths.. expand on them and see if it works.02:19
tempubunme too02:19
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kaje1Dr_willis: ok, i'll try bashrc... what has entries for paths?02:19
tempubunpretty hardware, runs better with *nix02:19
viatorthe only thing mac has on ubuntu is shockwave and photoshop02:19
roostishawviator: it runs way too hot though02:19
aboI have a problem with firefox video plugins, anyone can help?02:20
roostishawviator: and the whole reliability and ease of use thing02:20
roostishaw:D02:20
quixote171Anyone about want to help a noob with some wireless issues?02:20
livingdaylight_Quintin, osx>ubuntu ? :o !!!02:20
viatorwell i dont find the mac easier to use02:20
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Dr_williskaje1,  .bashrc i think has a line or 2 to set the path . but mine is so customized.02:20
viatoror more reliable02:20
roostishawheh, ok.02:20
roostishawwe shall agree to disagree02:20
viatoractually the thing loses connection to the router all the time02:21
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viatorand safari locks up02:21
Quintinlivingdaylight_: sure02:21
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roostishawand it doesnt in ubuntu?02:21
viatorcontinually02:21
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F-nkyMNKyay! My ubuntu 6.06 free CDs arrived in the mail! Now I'll have to find some people to hand them out to :)02:21
roostishawsend it in for repairs02:21
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viatorits not hardware02:21
livingdaylight_Quintin, then why are we using ubuntu?02:21
viatorits software02:21
QuintinF-nkyMNK: Make sure their computers have at least 512m of ram.02:21
F-nkyMNKno probs02:22
viatorand its not omthing i did its the way the crew at apple wrote it02:22
Quintinlivingdaylight_: good question.. I'm gonna install macosx on my p4 now, be back in 30m02:22
livingdaylight_Quintin, because we can't afford Apple?02:22
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livingdaylight_Quintin, wow...you lucky thing02:22
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tempubunhaha, first reboot after first upgrade on iBook ...02:22
Quintinlivingdaylight_: cause I have osx, or a p4?  ;)02:22
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livingdaylight_Quintin, don't rub it in... :s02:23
kaje1On an entirely different topic... I installed sshd and expected to see it in the Services config app, but no luck... What is the "approved" way to make sshd start on boot in Ubuntu?02:23
Quintinlivingdaylight_: aww02:23
Quintinkaje1: apt-get install openssh-server02:23
roostishawviator: do you know how to "fix" ubuntu (:D) and get it to control my fan speed?02:23
livingdaylight_Quintin, ^^02:23
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viatorroost it "just works" for me02:23
sprokis there anyway to scroll in terminal apps like less with the mouse wheel? :-)02:23
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tschak1got a problem installing ubuntu. i was starting the live cd and clicked install, but nothing happend. tried to copy n paste the command into cmd line, when i did, it told me (caused by gksudo --desktop %k) that desktop cant be found. when im running "sudo ubiquity gtkui" there is just no return...any guesses? btw, its an xubuntu live cd, 6.0602:24
Quintinlivingdaylight_: my 'new' computer is a p4/ht ... the other one I was using was an old piii .. but both are stupidly fast compared to what I had when I first started02:24
viatorthere was somthing about that on the forums02:24
viatorthough02:24
roostishawviator: cool. so you dont know how... or where i could look?02:24
kaje1Quintin: I already have it installed, it isn't starting on boot though02:24
roostishawoh...02:24
dhornDoes anyone know anything about task bar managers?02:24
tempubunmy home gateway/router is a compaq p16602:24
roostishawi didnt see it02:24
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Quintinkaje1: what does /etc/init.d/sshd start do ?02:24
viatoris it a macbook?02:25
kaje1Quintin: nm, I got it worked out, thanks for the help02:25
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dhornDoes anyone know anything about task bar managers?02:25
tschak1if ur talking to me viator, no its not02:25
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roostishawviator: yes. "first" generation02:26
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tschak1k ^^02:26
nickfhowdy folks, is this a sensible place to ask about boot-related problems?02:26
ebe-1I am installing a wireless network card. I am on a windows machine here, and I need to get the package "linux-headers-2.6.17-11-server". Where can I get it from? I'll pop it on a CD and load it onto my ubuntu box.02:26
Flannelnickf: yep02:26
HymnToLifeebe-1, they should be on your ubuntu cd02:26
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HymnToLifejust apt-get them02:26
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Talamanhello02:27
sc4ttrbrainis there any solution to get write access to hfs+ partition(mac os x journaled)  ?02:27
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tempubunwhere does one find the location for the startup music/sunds in ubuntu?02:27
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HymnToLifeebe-1, if they aren't, you can get the package from http://packages.ubuntu.com02:27
Talaman_hi02:27
ebe-1how do i use the cdrom as an apt-get source?02:27
nickfah cool - I'm dual booting windows xp & feisty, both installed on a SATA drive, although I think grub is in the MBR on my IDE drive02:27
tempubunsounds*02:27
tempubunnickf: by default it will be in MBR02:27
HymnToLifeebe-1, IIRC, it should be used by default - look in your sources.list02:28
HymnToLifeif it's not,   sudo apt-cdrom add02:28
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royeltschaka: have you tried asking in #xubuntu ?02:28
nickfI installed windows 2nd, so naturally it trashed grub - after some messing around I managed to get grub back in MBR on the ide drive, but now I can't use grub to boot windows02:28
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Flannel!grub | nickf02:28
ubotunickf: grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after installing windows: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows - Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto02:28
tschakaroyel not yet, i'll give a pure ubuntu cd a try02:28
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Flannelnickf: that'll reinstall grub, which should autodetect windows02:29
Talamanhow would i make sourceforge a repository?02:29
tempubunnickf: oh dear! *always* put winxp in first, once complete run a full scandisk/defrag to make it tidy, then isntall *nix02:29
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HymnToLifeTalaman, you don't02:29
tempubunyou might have to redo grub02:29
royeltschaka: I meant, you might try asking your question in the Xubuntu support channel also, it's #xubuntu02:29
cor1i need help02:29
nickfactually reinstall grub? as in make it redetect things?02:29
cor1i cant upgrade drapper to edgy02:30
HymnToLife!ask | cor102:30
ubotucor1: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)02:30
Talamanwhy not?02:30
HymnToLife!edgy | cor102:30
ubotucor1: Ubuntu 6.10 (Edgy Eft) is the latest version of Ubuntu. Upgrading to Edgy: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EdgyUpgrades - Downloading: http://www.ubuntu.com/download - Release Notes: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EdgyReleaseNotes02:30
tempubunwell if you go to the install docs, you should see a section on the boot manager and there should be info on howto redo grub02:30
HymnToLifecor1, what's your problem ?02:30
tiredbones_Do I have to mark which repoitory to use when using synaptic?02:30
viatormaybe grab a new kernel02:30
viatorwill help02:30
roostishawviator: where02:30
roostishaw?02:30
jobu25Does anyone have any experience with printers in Ubuntu? Mine won't print from the terminal02:30
viatorsince they added alot of mactel stuff02:30
tschakaroyel yeah i know, i'll try with an ubuntu cd, to see if its a general problem, after that i'll ask in the according channel, thx anyway :)02:30
cor1i cant upgrade through terminal or update manager to edgy02:30
viatorlet me see of i can find somthing easier todo02:30
HymnToLifetiredbones_, no, just manage them directly in your sources.list02:30
roostishawviator: how? and where? and will it screw up everything i have?02:30
royeltschaka: sorry couldnt do anymore for you02:30
roostishawviator: ok, cool02:30
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tempubunnickf: did you see the link from ubuto up above?02:31
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nickfyeah - looks like what I did02:31
royeltschaka: I'm guessing you at least gave it a 2nd boot on the current LiveCD02:31
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Flannelnickf: if you're using a feisty CD to do that, you should ask in #ubuntu+1, which is the feisty support channel, feisty might have bugs in detecting windows02:31
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Explosifhey all is my WEP key stored anywhere on my computer that I can read it?02:31
tiredbones_HymnToLife, well I update the list and I'm still getting the same erros when trying to in stall a plugin for Totem.02:32
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ebe-1how can i delete all my apt-get sources? its still trying to resolve a web address02:32
HymnToLifetiredbones_, which error ?02:32
HymnToLifeebe-1, sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list02:32
nickfwell it didnt seem to actually change my menu.lst, the windows entry was left a previous (Edgy) install02:32
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HymnToLifedelete - or comment out - alll the urls02:32
P4ndamanHello everyone, I am having problems booting ubuntu linux...  I believe it is because I have an x850xt.02:32
P4ndamanthis is for the first time02:32
Talamananyone know any good third party repositories?02:32
tschakaroyel i did, as well as x restart ;) found an ubuntu cd some moments ago, i'll try now :]  doenst want to install xfce on the machine anyway, its just been the first cd i found :D02:32
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HymnToLifeTalaman, to install what ?02:33
nickfI think the problem is either because it's a SATA drive, or that I overwrote the windows bootloader when trying to reinstall grub02:33
Flannelnickf: so, what error do you get when trying to boot windows then (after selecting it from grub)?02:33
NotKubotaShould I change the jumper on the back of a cd-rom drive with a pair of needle nose pliars?02:33
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royeltschaka: well good luck with Ubuntu :)02:33
cor1I CANT UPGRADE TO EDGY PLEASE IM ME TO TELL ME02:33
nickfI think it says that it can't find a bootloader02:33
sethknickf, you are supposed to overwrite the windows boot loader, so why's that a problem?02:33
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Talamanto install anything...mainly games though02:33
Flannelnickf: GRUB doesn't use the windows bootloader to boot windows, it takes the place of the windows bootloader02:33
fevelhey guys02:33
tiredbones_HymnToLife, this error --totem-gstreamer-firefox-plugin: Depends: totem-gstreamer (=1.4.1-0ubuntu4) but 1.4.3-0ubuntu1 is to be installed02:33
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royel!shout | cor102:33
ubotucor1: PLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.02:33
nickfit does?02:33
tschakaroyel thx, will be my third machine running ubuntu ;)02:33
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nickfI assumed grub launched the windows bootloader?02:34
HymnToLifetiredbones_, running Edgy or Dapper ?02:34
NotKubotaShould I change the jumper on the back of a cd-rom drive with a pair of needle nose pliars?02:34
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Quintinnickf: wrong02:34
Flannelnickf: nope.  it loads windows as the bootloader does02:34
QuintinNotKubota: change it with your finger02:34
fevelI get an error opening dvx in mplayer, it gives a fatal error initilializing the selected video_out (-vo)device02:34
sethknickf, no02:34
tiredbones_HymnToLife, dapper02:34
fevelany ideas?02:34
Quintinfevel: then change it, ffs02:34
sethknickf, the piece of windows that grub passes control to isn't the boot loader02:34
nickfok, so I guess that's not my problem then :)02:34
cor1i cant upgrade from drapper to edgy nno matter what i do i did sudo apt-get upgrade and i tryed threw update manager nether of those works02:34
sethknickf, it's the o/s loader.02:34
EdgEydist-upgrade?02:34
fevelQuintin, in preferences?02:35
Flannelcor1: pastebin your sources.list02:35
cor1tryed dont work02:35
sethknickf, sounds like your grub install is messed up, and you need to reinstall grub02:35
Quintinfevel: yes.  you probably want xv02:35
cypherdelichey officials, will there be a restricted modules package for the 2.6.17-50 kernel soon?02:35
P4ndamandoes anyone know how to boot 6.10 if one has a ati radeon x850xt (it seems that I need to install a special driver of some sort)02:35
underdog5004I'm having trouble getting my IBM thinkpad R31 online through wireless. I have an Intersil Corporation Prism 2.5 WaveLan chipset (rev 01), but it looks like it's being detected as a wired connection  (as seen through System->Administration->Networking.02:35
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underdog5004help?02:35
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QuintinP4ndaman: tried alternate install disc?02:35
HymnToLifetiredbones_, that's really weird... could you pastebin your sources.list ?02:35
underdog5004I'm running edgy02:35
fevelQuintin, thank you!02:35
sethkP4ndaman, you don't need a special driver to boot.  Only to get accelerated graphics02:35
Quintinfevel: you're welcome02:35
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P4ndamanno i haven't, do you think that would solve the problem?\02:35
sethkP4ndaman, if you are installing, try the text mode install on the alternate cd02:36
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sethkP4ndaman, should work, yes02:36
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P4ndamanok02:36
tiredbones_HymnToLife, sure give a second02:36
P4ndamanthanks02:36
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cypherdelichey what about kernel 2.6.17-50 and restricted modules, anybody knows??02:36
nickfsethk, I've done the root & setup stuff like on that howto02:36
sethknickf, did you say it's an sata drive?02:36
Flannelnickf: so, what error do you get trying to boot windows?02:36
underdog5004The funny thing is, it was working before I updated...It was working from a vanilla install...02:36
tiredbones_HymnToLife, where is located????02:37
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cypherdelichow to get the nvidia driver to work with that kernel?02:37
cor1cant upgrade02:37
Explosif!printing02:37
ubotuPrinting in Ubuntu is done with cups. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Printers - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsPrinters - http://linuxprinting.org - Printer sharing: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NetworkPrintingFromWindows02:37
nickfyeah, it's a SATA, which I've looked at a few howtos for too02:37
cor1!edgy02:37
ubotuUbuntu 6.10 (Edgy Eft) is the latest version of Ubuntu. Upgrading to Edgy: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EdgyUpgrades - Downloading: http://www.ubuntu.com/download - Release Notes: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/EdgyReleaseNotes02:37
Flannelcor1: stop repeating that and pastebin your sources.list02:37
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cor1what does that02:37
cor1mean02:37
cypherdelicnobody knows :(02:38
cypherdelici would like to switch to that new kernel02:38
Flannelcor1: open up /etc/apt/sources.list, copy all the text, and paste it to the pastebin02:38
Flannel!paste | cor102:38
ubotucor1: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)02:38
tomai cant get my nvidia module to load. is there something weird with the current release?02:38
vermahello people, what is that menu tool, that shows fish-eye menus like Mac?02:38
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royel.ignore cor102:38
royeldoh02:38
underdog5004iwconfig says that lo, irda0, wlan0, eth0, and sit0 all have "no wireless extensions."02:39
tomaim using ubuntu kernal and ubuntu nvidia packages02:39
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cypherdelictimo what version of kernel?02:39
cypherdelictoma02:39
Crushipeace02:39
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tiredbones_cd /rtc/apt02:40
Dragon43Good evening everyone.02:40
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Crushihi02:40
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cypherdelicdid anyone tried 2.6.17-50 kernel?02:40
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Pelowhat's so good about it ?02:40
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Dragon43Not sure LOL  I just got here.02:40
CientificoLocohow can I rip .mp3 with song juicer?02:40
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FlannelCientificoLoco: you need to install mp3 codecs02:40
QuintinCientificoLoco: mp3 is deprecated.02:41
Toma-Sorry, my connection droppped. So does the nvidia module still work? Its stopped loading on both my PC's02:41
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livingdaylight_Quintin, that was fast02:41
jribCientificoLoco: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=29569802:41
Dragon43Anyone willing to answer a few 'new guy' questions tonight?02:41
Quintinlivingdaylight_: what's that?02:41
sethkToma-, still works for me, haven't heard otherwise.02:41
cypherdelictoma: have you installed nvidia-glx and linux-restrictedmodules?02:41
livingdaylight_Quintin, installing osx02:42
jribDragon43: just ask02:42
sethkDragon43, ask a question and find out.02:42
Toma-sethk: ok thanks02:42
CientificoLocojrib, thanks02:42
Toma-cypherdelic: yes.02:42
Quintinlivingdaylight_: ja.  my computer is fast <302:42
livingdaylight_Quintin, seriously?02:42
Dragon43Okay will type a bit.02:42
Quintinlivingdaylight_: yep02:42
Crushiboring^^02:42
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cypherdelictoma: then edit /etc/X11/xorg.conf and switch to driver "nvidia" instead of "nv" in Device Section and reboot, should work!02:42
ReturnToZeroBonne nuit a tous :x:x:x:x:x:x02:42
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Frogzoo!docs | Dragon4302:42
ubotuDragon43: documentation is to be found at http://help.ubuntu.com and http://wiki.ubuntu.com - General linux documentation: http://www.tldp.org - http://rute.2038bug.com02:42
livingdaylight_Quintin, you've installed osx already? how is it? Ubuntu is better, no?02:43
jrib!fr | ReturnToZero02:43
ubotuReturnToZero: Allez a #ubuntu-fr ou #kubuntu-fr pour de l'aide et de la discussion en francais.02:43
royel!restricted | CientificoLoco02:43
ubotuCientificoLoco: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats02:43
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roostishawviator: did you say anything lately? I cant see if you did because you're not using my username...02:43
Quintinlivingdaylight_: well, 'better' is highly subjective.  mac is nice, for sure02:43
livingdaylight_Quintin, mac is still one-click?02:44
underdog5004I'm having trouble getting my IBM thinkpad R31 online through wireless. I have an Intersil Corporation Prism 2.5 WaveLan chipset (rev 01), but it looks like it's being detected as a wired connection  (as seen through System->Administration->Networking.02:44
underdog5004help?02:44
underdog5004I'm running edgy02:44
viatorhmm sorrt roost02:44
underdog5004The funny thing is, it was working before I updated...It was working from a vanilla install...02:44
viatorwas busy02:44
underdog5004iwconfig says that lo, irda0, wlan0, eth0, and sit0 all have "no wireless extensions."02:44
viatori did see this however02:44
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tiredbones_HymnToLife, http://pastebin.com/88403702:44
viatorhttp://www.jasonparekh.com/2006/macbook-fan-control-in-linux/02:44
CientificoLocoQuintin, I live in a country when we can use mp3 freely02:44
cypherdelictoma: did you do that, too?02:44
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Toma-Well, all i see in Xorg.0.log is "Failed to load nvidia", no other error messages. I try to modprobe nvidia and not even that gives me a reason why it wont work. nothing in dmesg either...02:44
royel!enter | underdog500402:44
ubotuunderdog5004: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!02:44
Pelo!wireless | underdog500402:44
ubotuunderdog5004: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:44
livingdaylight_Quintin, bist du deutscher oder wie_02:44
sethkunderdog5004, the laptop has both a wired interface and the wireless interface.  the wired interface is just a distraction if you are trying to get the wireless up02:44
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cypherdeliclivingdaylight_, du bist nicht allein :)02:45
Toma-cypherdelic: its been set up for the better part of 2 years. Ive been using it for about 6 :)02:45
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SpudDoggI keep getting errors when DVD::rip gets to the transcode stage.  "Output: te: Broken pipe syncinfo write error (0) write: Broken pipe"  Any ideas?02:45
QuintinCientificoLoco: this doesn't change the fact that mp3 is useless crap.  it's like ten years old.02:45
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Quintinlivingdaylight_: ja02:45
underdog5004sethk, I know, but Network is not detecting _any_ wireless connections/adapter02:45
underdog5004s02:45
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Toma-cypherdelic: the real question i guess, is why the heck doesnt it give me any debug info?!02:45
FrogzooSpudDogg: full disk ?02:45
roostishawviator: oooo. interesting. how do i apply the patch?02:45
livingdaylight_cypherdelic, haha02:45
roostishawviator: just    patch patchname     ?02:45
PeloCientificoLoco,  doesn'T mean that soundjuicer will rip to mp3, I don't think soundjuicer cares where you live,  you'll have to find a prog that rips to mp3 or find something to convert to mp302:46
livingdaylight_Quintin, haha, Ach iwo!02:46
sethkunderdog5004, i know, I just wanted to make sure you didn't believe what you said, which is that it is detecting the wireless as if it were wired.  that's not happening.02:46
cypherdelicToma-, what kind of debug info you are talking about02:46
cypherdelictoma: then edit /etc/X11/xorg.conf and switch to driver "nvidia" instead of "nv" in Device Section and reboot, should work!02:46
cypherdelichave you done this?02:46
underdog5004sethk, ah, ok.02:46
SpudDoggFrogzoo, nope...not even close02:46
Toma-cypherdelic: obviously.02:46
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vermain my xorg.conf .. I see the Layout section with this line ... Screen      0  "aticonfig-Screen[0] " 0 0 .. is that "0" before my screen identifier normal?02:46
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Toma-cypherdelic: im talking about the reason why the module wont get loaded... xorg.log doesnt say anything and neither does dmesg02:46
candybanHi guys and girls02:46
sethkunderdog5004, the obvious things first; the interface works?  do we know?  if it dual boots and runs in windows, e.g., that would show that it's operational02:46
cypherdelicxorg doesnt log any kernel modules ;) Toma-02:47
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candybanHow can I install ubuntu with my root partition on dmraid? (feisty alternative)02:47
underdog5004It works, it worked when I first installed edgy, but not after all the updates.02:47
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viatoryes02:47
edlundhello what is the chan name for the swedish chan?02:47
cypherdelicToma-, it logs it if you change the driver in that config: /etc/X11/xorg.conf02:47
Flannelcandyban: #ubuntu+1 for feisty support02:47
Toma-cypherdelic: yeh, but i was hoping it would give me some sort of useful info :/02:47
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roostishawviator: and: is that command right under it one line?02:48
roostishawviator: or 2?02:48
sethkunderdog5004, ah, ok.  If you can boot edgy, still, do so and do    lsmod   and find out what modules are loaded.02:48
Toma-cypherdelic: i know i can get the display back using nv instead of nvidia.02:48
underdog5004ok h/o02:48
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cypherdelicToma-, so nvidia does not work, you didnt say that02:48
candybanFlannel: I don't mind as long as I can install ... I have feisty alternative and edgy (normal)02:48
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Toma-cypherdelic: oh ok, sorry.... thought it was the first thing i said02:48
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Toma-ive tried reinstalling the nvidia-glx package, reconfiguring it, and so on aswell02:49
Dragon43Been using 'Ubuntu 6.06 for 12 days, first ever try at Linux.  I have it on a stand alone box, = no dual boot or other OS on this machine.  I have installed a second hard drive on the other IDE.  What and how and with what should I format it and should it be (ext 3) or?  Should it be ( /boot ) or?  I want to use it as a mirror or complete system spare.  In other words I want to copy the main drive so that if I get more stupid or crazy an02:49
cypherdelicToma-, hmm are you shure, that you installed the right restricted modules for your kernel?02:49
Flannelcandyban: I'd ask in #ubuntu+1, it might be a shortcoming of Feisty currently02:49
tiredbones_HymnToLife, did you get the sources.list file?02:50
mackinac!install | candyban02:50
ubotucandyban: Ubuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DapperReleaseNotes/UbiquityKnownIssues02:50
nickfhi guys, got the error message from grub - "This is not a bootable disk.  Please insert a bootable floppy and press any key to try again ..."02:50
kaje1I have installed compiz and when I go into System->Preferences->GL Desktop and click on the checkbox that says "Enable GL Desktop", I lose all of my windows' title bars and frames and pretty much nothing works... Anyone know what come be the issue?02:50
sharky--why when i'm playing a movie i can't hear audio from my web browser at the sametime?02:50
Toma-cypherdelic: it was installed about 2 years ago and hasnt changed since. it was working yesterday aswell :/02:50
kaje1what could be*02:50
QuintinDragon43: You can just do a cp -a to copy the install02:50
Toma-cypherdelic: i just fixed it then. thx for the advice :)02:50
SpudDoggI keep getting errors when DVD::rip gets to the transcode stage.  "Output: te: Broken pipe syncinfo write error (0) write: Broken pipe"  Any ideas?02:50
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sharky--is there away to allow multiple applications to have audio at the sametime?02:51
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HymnToLifetiredbones_, the funny thing is that it wants to install totem-gstreamer 1.4.3 while the version in dapper repos is 1.4.1...02:51
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HymnToLifeyou should try to figure out where it gets that 1.4.3 from02:51
CientificoLocohello, there a room for songjuicer?02:52
edlundwhat is the best burn program?02:52
Dragon43Quintin, I just put cp -a into the terminal and it will format and copy the main drive so that I can swap the drives and have the identical stuff that i have now?02:52
Pelognomebaker is nice02:52
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mackinacsound juicer02:52
CientificoLocohow do I rip mp3 from song juicer? I have to have all the steps  I am new02:52
candybanmackinac: thanks ... I'll have a look02:52
PeloCientificoLoco,  doesn'T mean that soundjuicer will rip to mp3, I don't think soundjuicer cares where you live,  you'll have to find a prog that rips to mp3 or find something to convert to mp302:52
roostishawedlund: gnomebaker02:52
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edlundisent there a program that is called b2b or somthing like it?02:52
Toma-edlund: k3b, but it depends on kde libs02:52
edlundtoma: yeah thats is the name of it.. tnx02:53
Toma-edlund: imho, gnomebaker under gnome02:53
sethkDragon43, you have to create the file system.  then you can use cp -a.  (I like cp -av).  Then you'll have to install the boot loader manually.02:53
QuintinDragon43: no.. you make partitions that match on the other disk, *then* you cp -a .  You'd have to edit 2 files as well.  You might also try some kind of imaging software, or dd02:53
cypherdelicAnybody got NVIDIA driver working with kernel 2.6.17-50??02:53
edlundToma-, ; tnx02:53
SeXBOXhey all.. i want to install ubuntu on my laptop but i want to be sure that my built in wireless is going to work. does anyone know how i find this out?02:53
edlundbrb02:53
Quintinsethk: as well as edit fstab, and menu.lst02:53
Frogzooedlund: k3b02:53
CientificoLocopelo Songjuicer can do it02:53
cypherdelicwhat about this kernel 2.6.17-50 i cant find any ubuntu relate dinformation about it02:53
tiredbones_HymnToLife, I'll try, but I haven't got a glue where to being. thnks.02:53
invainTry connection  to rpm.riva.org.02:53
EdgEySeXBOX,  just install it and if it doesnt, uninstall?02:53
SeXBOXdoes ubuntu have any type of connection manager that will allow me to find whether or not ubuntu recognizes my wireless network card02:54
EdgEythen again you should be able to check from the livecd02:54
PeloSeXBOX,  try looking up your hardware in the forum02:54
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jobu25hi all! would anyone know why my printer can't print from any programs started from the terminal?02:54
sethkQuintin, possibly, possibly not.  if he has the same layout other than partition sizes, fstab will be fine, and menu.lst is likely to be fine if he is replacing a drive with a larger or different one.02:54
Toma-SeXBOX: yeh there is...02:54
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HedegaardSeXBOX, download the live cd if it works there then install if not ... well i hope you can afford one cd ;)02:54
jdiggidySeXBOX:  Ubuntu's been good at finding the wireless card without a problem.  The connection manager is under System>Administration>networking tools.  On my dell, it found the wireless card and labeled it as eth102:54
Dragon43Guys, how do I do all this?:02:54
SeXBOXhow would i go about accessing that toma? and if it is not in there, does that mean it is not currently supported?02:54
Dragon43 sethk: Dragon43, you have to create the file system.  then you can use cp -a.  (I like cp -av).  Then you'll have to install the boot loader manually.02:54
Dragon43(19:53:20) Quintin: Dragon43: no.. you make partitions that match on the other disk, *then* you cp -a .  You'd have to edit 2 files as well.  You might also try some kind of imaging software, or dd02:54
Quintinsethk: the uuid of the partitions isn't going to be the same.02:55
PeloCientificoLoco,  just stick the cd in  open soundjuicer  disk > extract I would guess02:55
cor1http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6502/02:55
viatorfor ubuntu on the macbook you can also see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MacBookPro02:55
Toma-SeXBOX: generally, most wireless cards are supported with ndiswrapper02:55
CientificoLocoPelo, no you are worng02:55
Dragon43How do I do all that?02:55
sethkQuintin, that won't impact fstab or menu.lst02:55
viatorlook under fanspeed02:55
QuintinDragon43: partition the disk.  format the partitions.  cp -a your crap over.02:55
Toma-SeXBOX: so im going to go ahead and say itll work fine.02:55
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viatorbut ut has to be a dualboot system for02:55
viatorthat one to work02:55
roostishawviator: right. i dont have a pro.02:55
Quintinsethk: you're perfectly correct if by 'won't impact'  you mean 'will keep the kernel from booting'02:56
roostishawviator: thanks for the help!02:56
SeXBOXi have eth0 but how do i know whether or not that is for the ethernet port or for the wireless card? and if its for the wireless card, how do i access my network?02:56
HymnToLifetiredbones_, do you already have totem-gstreamter installed ?02:56
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viatoryeah but should still work02:56
viatoryw02:56
roostishawviator: im going to go try it now02:56
Toma-SeXBOX: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WirelessCardsSupported02:56
viatorcool02:56
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viatorhope it works02:56
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sethkQuintin, I think you are seriously confused.02:56
Dragon43Sorry to be so dense but .....  It asks me if I want  ( /boot ) or (/ bin ) or ???  Which do I pick?02:56
tiredbones_HymnToLife, yes. I''m removing it now.02:56
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jdiggidySeXBOX:  eth0 is normally the ethernet port, not the wireless card.  Out of curiosity, what kind of laptop do you have?02:57
Quintinsethk: paste your /etc/fstab and menu.lst for me then.02:57
HymnToLifetiredbones_, anyway, if I were you, I'd try totem-xine instead02:57
SeXBOXits a gateway ml670302:57
sethkQuintin, mine?  what do mine have to do with anything?02:57
cor1cannot upgrade to edgy http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6502/02:57
tiredbones_HymnToLife, ok02:57
Toma-SeXBOX: if you setup[ your card correctly, youll have a wlan0 network interface to use02:57
SeXBOXi have no idea what type of built in wireless it has though02:57
Quintinsethk: So I can show where you are mistaken02:57
nonewmsgsneither dragon02:57
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Toma-SeXBOX: read the page i spammed02:57
Quintinsethk: I just did this *yesterday*.  trust me02:57
sethkQuintin, I have only ext3 partitions.  there is nothing in fstab related to uid02:57
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cypherdelichello, yes i mean you, answer if you use 2.6.17-50 kernel? nobody use it, no way.02:58
Dragon43Listening and trying to learn, keep going .....02:58
sethkQuintin, if you are assigning uids to windows partitions, then something might have to change, but not otherwise.02:58
SeXBOXi'm sorry?02:58
kaje1anyone have luck installing compiz? All of my windows lose their title bars and X sort of locks up when I try to enable GL Desktop...02:58
Toma-SeXBOX: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WirelessCardsSupported02:58
SeXBOXwhat page you spammed?02:58
jdiggidySeXBOX:  that page Toma spammed should have your answer.02:58
SeXBOXoh i see it, nevermind02:58
blackesthi i accidently did make config instead of make will running make now produce some thing different02:58
Quintinsethk: uuid ... not uid02:58
cor1cannot upgrade to edgy from drapper http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6502/02:58
QuintinDragon43: do you have a working ubuntu setup now?02:58
sethkQuintin, either way, it doesn't appear in fstab.02:58
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SeXBOXdon't see gateway anywhere on there so i'm guessing no02:59
Toma-SeXBOX: did you read it or did you scroll down it?02:59
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cypherdeliccorl: why dont you backup your data and do a fresh installation of edgy?02:59
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underdog5004sethk, pastebin.ca/36282302:59
SeXBOXi looked at the various brands02:59
sethkunderdog5004, ok.02:59
jdiggidySeXBOX:  type in sudo lspci at a terminal.  it should show all your hardware.02:59
underdog5004that's the output of my lsmod02:59
Toma-cor1: thats because you need to swap all the "dapper" bits of your sources.list to "edgy"02:59
SeXBOXgateway is not listed under the brands02:59
sethkQuintin, my fstab is http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6503/02:59
EdgEySeXBOX,  get the livecd and tst from there03:00
EdgEytest03:00
Toma-SeXBOX: lspci -v will give you the wireless card brand.03:00
Dragon43I am using it here.03:00
cor1toma: can you IM me and tll me what youmean by this03:00
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mackinacsethk:  do you run 6.10 ?03:00
SeXBOXhuh? lol03:00
Toma-cor1: its pretty basic. just wait a sec.03:00
sethkunderdog5004, that's your lsmod output?03:00
EdgEycor1 replace every 'dapper' with 'edgy'03:00
EdgEydeb http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu edgy-commercial main03:00
sethkmackinac, on one machine, yes.03:01
cor1thank you finally03:01
EdgEylike that03:01
underdog5004yessir03:01
SeXBOXi'm not all that... savvy with linux.. first time i'm ever tying it besides when i tried it on my desktop and it wouldnt recognize any of my 4 keyboards so i gave up03:01
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sethkhave to go for a bit, I'll be back...03:01
SeXBOXwhere do i type that at?03:01
mackinacsethk:  because that doesn't appear to be an fstab from 6.1003:01
Dragon43Later sethk  thanks03:01
Dragon43thasnks sethk03:01
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sethkmackinac, you mean perhaps that it's not from a default installation of 6.10.  Nothing in that fstab is in any way version specific.03:02
mackinacsethk:  yes03:02
Toma-cor1: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6504/03:02
Toma-like that03:02
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cypherdeliccorl, Open a terminal, type "sudo editor /etc/apt/menu.lst", then look at the end of the non qouten (#) lines for "dapper" and change it to "edgy". if you are done hit CRTL+X and Y for save03:02
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cypherdeliccorl then type "sudo apt-get update" and after that is done type "sudo apt-get dist-upgrade"03:03
whileimhereCan anyone tell me why some files (avi, mpeg, mpg) get a thumbnail but some dont? I checked to see if the file size was about the same and they are03:03
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Flannelcor1: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6505/  that's your new sources.list03:04
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tiredbones_Could someone tell me what totem-xine is looking for now. here is the error I'm getting now ---Video codec 'Advanced Video Coding (H264)' is not handled. You might need to install additional plugins to be able to play some types of movies03:05
Dragon43[b] Quintin[/b]   I am using my 6.06 computer right now.03:05
cypherdelicanybody knows about kernel 2.6.17-50 and how to load nvidia for that?03:05
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tiredbones_I'm trying to play an mp4 from the plone conference03:06
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underdog5004sethk, you still around? You sounded pretty busy a bit ago...03:07
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mackinactiredbones_:  have you installed restricted codecs?03:08
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mackinac!restricted03:08
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats03:08
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tiredbones_mackinac, where do I find that?03:08
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tiredbones_mackinac, I did update my sources.list for the world.03:09
tim167how do i replace audio in a avi file ? i tried avidemux but selecting an external audio file doesnt work as advertised03:09
Dragon43I have to leave guys.  Now that I have found you all, I'll come here again.  thanks for trying to help me.  Later.03:09
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mackinaclibxine-extracodecs might do it ...?03:09
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Paddy_EIRE_hey guys, I have recently bought an LCD flatscreen monitor and noticed a serious amount of flickering on the screen which is not present in my windows install.  I took advice from this channel and sought out the specs of my monitor and corrected the vertical and horizontal refresh rates although the flickering is still there??? is there something else that needs addressed03:10
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Quintintim167: virtualdub03:10
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QuintinPaddy_EIRE_: Tried dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg?03:10
underdog5004sethk, you still around? You sounded pretty busy a bit ago...03:10
tiredbones_mackinac, where should I find this? libxine-extracodecs03:10
SpudDoggI keep getting errors when DVD::rip gets to the transcode stage.  "Output: te: Broken pipe syncinfo write error (0) write: Broken pipe"  Any ideas?03:11
Paddy_EIRE_Quintin: thats also a command that i have been trying to remember03:11
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mackinactiredbones_:  read what the bot said above ^03:11
tim167Quintin: does that work on linux ? i tried it with wine but that was not so successful03:11
^phillipDr_willis, the key is apps/panel/global/enable_animations but where are keys stored?  Some registry like thing in GNOME?03:11
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Paddy_EIRE_Quintin: will you help guide me throught this "dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg" if there is anything I do not understand03:12
Menai want to open a file in .dat extention for a vcd what is the program wich will open it03:12
Dr_willis^phillip,  yep. theres that gconf editor that can change them03:12
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royelI got some files I deleted that have permissions of root in my trash can, (things I carelessly placed in my /home). My question, is there an easy way to remove all those at once, Or will I have to pick them out via the console as # sudo or root?03:12
Dr_willis!find gconf03:12
ubotuFound: gconf-editor, gconf2, gconf2-common, libextutils-pkgconfig-perl, libgconf2-4 (and 18 others)03:12
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QuintinPaddy_EIRE_: sure.  and if you need help when you potty later, I'll do that too.03:12
Quintintim167: yes.  wine03:12
Paddy_EIRE_lol03:12
BrandoDual Monitors03:12
vermahello people, my Xorg fails to initialize DRI, and gives out this error: (EE) fglrx(0): GART is not initialized, disabling DRI03:12
vermawhat needs to be done?03:12
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Dr_willisroyel,  you could sudo rm /home/USERNAME/.Trash/* (or whatever the path is to the trashcan dir)03:13
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Quintinis the trash ever automatically emptied on ubuntu?03:13
^phillipsweet, /usr/bin/gconf-editor03:13
dimeotaneAny suggestions how to set the icon for a filetype in gnome?   I installed  the lzop package in edgy.. but my archives made in file roller "*.tar.lzo" don't show up with an archive icon and aren't associated with file roller... kinda weird03:13
Dr_willisQuintin,  not that i have seen03:13
Quintinverma: paste output of lsmod03:13
underdog5004I'm having trouble getting my wireless card (prism 2.5) working on my Thinkpad R31...anyone have any ideas?03:13
QuintinDr_willis: me either.  that's kind of stupid.03:13
vermaQuintin, alright03:13
Paddy_EIRE_Quintin: Use Kernel framebuffer yes no03:13
QuintinPaddy_EIRE_: NO NEVER EVER .  just say no!03:13
Dr_willisQuintin,  almost as stupid as kde and gnome and other window mangers/dekstops having different locations for the Trash. :)03:13
QuintinDr_willis: yea, linux sucks. :(  it's getting better though03:14
BrandoAnyone have any ideas on how to get dual monitors working with Ubuntu?03:14
royelDr_willis: thanks Doc, not sure why I didn't think of that :)03:14
QuintinBrando: plug them in, for starters.03:14
Brandohaha03:14
Brandothanks03:14
Quintinnp03:14
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Brandoworks fine in windows03:15
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Brandobut not in Linux03:15
Quintincard(s)?03:15
Brandoyeah03:15
rempresenti got a world of warcraft/wine problem with an ATI card, anyone want to check out my pastebin and see if you can see anything?03:15
Brandopci03:15
underdog5004!dual03:15
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dual - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:15
vermaQuintin, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6507/03:15
Paddy_EIRE_Quintin: err keyboard options "lv3:ralt_switch_" ??03:15
underdog5004!dual monitor03:15
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dual monitor - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:15
QuintinI've got an nvidia dualhead that works great03:15
Frogzoo!botabuse | underdog500403:15
ubotuunderdog5004: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (see also !Bot). Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops...03:15
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tim167Quintin: virtualdub with wine gives display trouble: black screen appart from video previews themselves03:16
javadotsI used the prototype install software to download the OS and when I rebooted it said error 19 something about the partition03:16
tempubunusing ubuntu-ppc, if i want to install plugins for totem, do i just do it the usual way?03:16
Quintintim167: disable directx03:16
wasabi__tempubun: What plugins?03:16
underdog5004Frogzoo, what are you talking about?03:16
tempubunlibdvdcss etc03:16
Dr_willisQuintin,  the location of the trash isent really a linux issue. :)03:16
wasabi__Sure. There's nothing different.03:16
wasabi__Same distro.03:16
tempubuntotem can't play dvd/avi atm03:16
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dimeotaneanyone use .lzo files for archiving?03:16
wasabi__You just can't use w32codecs03:16
vermaQuintin, any ideas, I do see the agpgart driver loaded03:16
rempresentwine isn't working with world of warcraft, i get this when i run wine http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6506/03:17
tempubunwasabi__: so what should i use to play .avis03:17
QuintinPaddy_EIRE_: no keyboard options, really.  or whatever defaults it gives03:17
wasabi__.avi's are fine. Depends what format the video is in.03:17
wasabi__.avi is just a container03:17
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tempubuner dvd to avi, for *backup* purposes03:17
kubotaHi, i don't think Ubuntu recognizes my Sound Blaster soundcard03:17
tiredbones_mackinac, thanks that did it03:17
mackinacunderdog5004:  use "/msg ubotu !whatever" if you aren't redirecting a specific query for someone03:18
mackinactiredbones_:  kool yw03:18
Paddy_EIRE_Quintin: maybe thats why my caps lock key doesnt work in ubuntu03:18
underdog5004gotcha, thank you, mackinac03:18
vermaI hate it when something messes up my display driver03:18
Quintinkubota: what model?03:19
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Quintinrempresent: use this : gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Install_and_update_World_Of_Warcraft_with_wine03:19
kubotaQuintin: I'm honestly not sure. It's not my computer03:19
rempresentquintin: kk03:19
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kubotaQuintin: It's P2 era03:19
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wapityyyhello03:19
Talamanhelllllo03:19
wapityyyi just installed ubuntu server and i cant get the dhcp working :(03:20
Talamanlooking for repositories03:20
kubotaQuintin: It's model CT418003:20
wapityyyanybody have a link for me ?03:20
Quintinverma: sorry, I'm idea'd out for now.  bedtime03:20
wapityyywhat's the name of the tool that is launched during the install, so that i can try to lauch it myself in the command line ?03:20
tim167Quintin: how do i disable directx for wine/virtualdub ?03:20
vermaQuintin, not a problem03:21
tiredbones_for those who might have the same problem with totem. I - remove totem with synaptic. 2. install tetem-xine. 3. install libxxine-extracodecs. make sure you add the extra repository.03:21
Quintintim167: look in options03:21
underdog5004I'm having trouble getting my wireless card (prism 2.5) working on my Thinkpad R31...anyone have any ideas?03:21
kubotaQuintin: It's model CT418003:21
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Quintinkubota: k.  what are we talking about again?03:21
tiredbones_thanks for your help03:21
tiredbones_thanks for all your help03:21
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wapityyyplease ?03:22
Brando!dualhead03:22
ubotuInformation about dual-head on linux can be found on http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/DualHead - See also !Xinerama03:22
tim167Quintin: perfect, works! thanx03:22
Quintintim167: you're welcome.03:22
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blackestunderdog ndiswrapper if nothing else03:22
sigger2I have a process running called gam_server.  Don't know what it relates to.  Game server?  Not playing games.  Anyone know?  When I kill it, it comes back.03:22
kubotaQuintin: Sorry lol, Sound Blaster audio card03:22
wapityyyi just installed ubuntu server and i cant get the dhcp working :(03:23
wapityyywhat's the name of the tool that is launched during the install, so that i can try to lauch it myself in the command line ?03:23
SeXBOXthis is kinda why linux will never replace windows, lol03:23
nonewmsgsbefore you try the ndiswrapper what should you try first03:23
QuintinSeXBOX: linux is not a windows replacement.  it's an alternative.  you noob.03:23
SeXBOXits far too complex for any average and even many above average users03:23
Quintinkubota: oh yea that.  apt-get install alsamixer.  then run alsamixer03:23
Paddy_EIREQuintin, it seems to be the same03:23
SeXBOXto you its an althernative03:24
kubotaQuintin: Alright thanks03:24
SeXBOXsome people want it to replace windows.. a great many people id say03:24
blackestso my 11 yearold niece is above average then :)03:24
underdog5004I thought the prism chipset was really really really well supported under linux blackest03:24
kubotaSEXBOX: get out.. don't try and flame.03:24
QuintinSeXBOX: It doesn't take brains to use, it does take skill to setup though03:24
rempresentquintin:  you know that i am running ubuntu and some of this isn't making much sense... how do you patch with a .bin?03:24
SeXBOXyour 11 year old can make my netowork card compatable with ubuntu? really?03:24
SeXBOXhave him/her come over and do that for me then03:24
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nonewmsgsi heard she's going to be quite the looker once she gets a little older03:24
SeXBOXoh, niece03:24
SeXBOXdidnt see that03:24
GMWeezelIs there a free file rescue program I can use for a reformatted ext2 partition?03:25
SeXBOXhave her come write the drivers to make my network card compatible03:25
QuintinSeXBOX: why not just.. get another network card?03:25
nonewmsgsgmweezel - parition commander says it can03:25
nonewmsgsbut it's not free03:25
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Quintinrempresent: what are you trying to patch?03:25
GMWeezelnonewmsgs: is that in the repositories?03:25
slipstream3dhello03:25
rempresentwine03:25
SeXBOXbecause its an internal network card on a laptop03:25
rempresentquintin:  there is a ati patch they said to installe03:26
cypherdelicanybody knows about kernel 2.6.17-50 and how to load nvidia for that?03:26
nonewmsgst gmweezel no, but it's dirt cheap at amazon03:26
HymnToLife50 ?03:26
blackestwhy not get a supported network card wired are very cheap wireless 54g about 20 whats your time worth03:26
imbecile_anyone have kde and gnome both? is it easy  to switch?03:26
QuintinSeXBOX: gift it to an ubuntu dev and you'll get a driver.03:26
SeXBOXand i'm not going to buy an external one, assuming i even have a port that will allow it without some thing inconvenient like USB03:26
slipstream3ddoes anyone know if there's anything special you have to do for a mainboard upgrade on ubuntu server?03:26
Quintinslipstream3d: not really03:26
blackestwhat chip set sexbox03:26
HymnToLifecyphase, what kernel are you running to get 2.6.17-50 ?03:26
GMWeezelnonewmsgs: I need something free and fast because I'm using the partition I formatted and I'm sure I'll have over written lots more stuff.03:26
Quintinslipstream3d: open case.  remove addin cards, remove motherboard... etc.03:26
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SeXBOXquintin, i could hire a hindu named apu to do it for cheaper than this laptop cost me03:26
kubotaQuintin: apt-get can't find alsamixer03:27
HymnToLifeslipstream3d, reinstall ubuntu, most likely03:27
cyphaseHymnToLife: i think you mean cypherdelic03:27
SeXBOXso why would i give a laptop to an ubuntu dev03:27
HymnToLifeyep, sorry :p03:27
underdog5004yay, I successfully ignored SeXBOX ...now to get wireless working...03:27
slipstream3dso even though i'm going from a via to a nvidia chipset, i just stick the new mainboard in and hope it works, and if it doesn't, do a reinstall? lol03:27
QuintinSeXBOX: That's the best way to get drivers.03:27
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cypherdelicHymnToLife, 2.6.17-1103:28
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SeXBOXgive expensive hardware to people is the best way to get drivers? lol03:28
HymnToLifeunderdog5004, depends on what adapter you have03:28
tschakaroyel works now(tried the xubuntu cd for a 3rd time), xubuntu is installed and ready for some updates (tomorrow) thx, and good night03:28
Quintinimbecile_: yes.03:28
HymnToLifecypherdelic, right, so how did you install your drivers the first time ?03:28
zythSeXBOX, then go code it yourself.  Oh wait, if you could, you wouldn't be whining here.  So stfu.03:28
blackesteasiest way to get a network card running is chipset name ubuntu forum in google03:28
underdog5004ooh, figured it out, the wireless got "broken" (at least, that's what it says on a forum post) after upgrade to -1103:28
cafuego_SeXBOX: You're free to write your own drivers if you think that would be better.03:28
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rempresentquintin:  how can you patch a wine installation with a .bin file?03:28
SeXBOXzyth, which goes back to my main point why linux will never replace windows.. which it should.. but it never will03:28
SeXBOXi gotta reboot.. stupid talkshoe03:29
QuintinSeXBOX: why 'should' it?  it's not meant to be a replacement.03:29
blackestum sexbox care to see what lspci says about your card i bet its broadcom03:29
Paddy_EIRESeXBOX, it will03:29
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cypherdelicHymnToLife, i thought they were installed03:29
Quintinrempresent: no experience with that, sorry.03:29
EdgEy<SeXBOX> this is kinda why linux will never replace windows, lol03:29
Talamanis better than winblows for me03:29
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HymnToLifecypherdelic, they aren't by default, you have to install them yourself03:29
rempresentquintin:  kk, that is fine, thanks03:29
EdgEybecause manufacturers fail to make drivers? aww. too bad he quit03:29
cypherdelicHymnToLife, i just rebooted, didnt work, switch xorg.conf to nv, reboot, uninstalled new kernel03:29
cafuego_Quintin: Yes, people should not be free to choose their OS. They must use Linux </sarcasm>03:30
rempresentanyone know how to patch an installation with a .bin?03:30
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cypherdelicok i hearded about a german manual03:30
Talamanquestion1: is nethack networkable?03:30
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cypherdelicthanks, i will try that03:30
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blackesthum usually they run with ./file.bin03:30
cafuego_Talaman: You can run it on a port and telnet to it?03:30
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rempresentblackest:  i will give that a go03:30
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elyon225Could someone tell me why, when I open a file browser, it quite often will open 4 or more of them?03:30
blackestyou might need to make it executable03:31
elyon225For example, clicking on Places -> Home will open up about 4 different file browsers of my /home/ directory.03:31
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EnsignRedshirtHello, world.03:31
wapityyycab anyone help me, i cant connect to my router on dhcp ?03:32
AndrewBprintf("Hello EnsignRedshirt!");03:32
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EnsignRedshirtOK, bash/linux/sudo experts, find the mistake: sudo cat test.dat > /etc/test.dat03:32
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elyon225wapityyy: Is it wireless?03:32
Byanis there a terminal emulator that supports alt+arrows..03:32
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AndrewBEnsignRedshirt: you don't have write permissions to that file?03:32
SpacePuppyelyon225: that's wack! I don't have a clue.. l'd be lookin in that browers setup stuff.. but that's wack.03:32
ByanI can only seem to be able to use putty for that03:32
wapityyyelyon225: nope03:32
nexousNETHow can I check if I have GTK2 in ubuntu?03:32
QuintinEnsignRedshirt: just do a copy03:33
elyon225SpacePuppy: Yeah, just started doing that one day... no clue why.03:33
rempresentblackest:  didn't work... how do you write an executable03:33
EnsignRedshirtAndrewB: But I used sudo.03:33
Dr_willisor use some quotes around the   stuff.03:33
hopsingcan someone please tell me where to make global changes for Environment Variables?  i'm trying to change MAIL=/var/mail to MAIL=~/Maildir/03:33
Talamancafuego_: will it allow others to join in?03:33
blackestensign sudo su test.dat > /etc/test.dat03:33
cafuego_Talaman: nope03:33
AndrewBEnsignRedshirt: I know.. try sudo 'cat foo >> /etc/foo'03:33
AndrewBah03:33
wapityyyelyon225: is there a way i can run the utility that is run on install on the command line ?03:33
AndrewBor do as blackest says03:33
EnsignRedshirtQuintin: Sure, but wouldn't you think the command that I gave should work?03:33
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inazadhi there, I don't see my cursor, I can click but I dont see my cursor...03:33
AndrewB:)03:33
Dr_willishopsing,  in /etc/ i recall there being the proper place for that.03:33
QuintinEnsignRedshirt: I think it's dumb, is what I think.03:34
elyon225wapityyy: I'm certain there is a way to do that, but alas, I don't know how.03:34
Dr_willishopsing,  for a per user basis the .bashrc or .bash_profile would be the place.03:34
wapityyydoes anyone else know ?03:34
EnsignRedshirtQuintin: It03:34
blackestlook at in a filebrowser right click propertys  and set the permissions03:34
EnsignRedshirtoops03:34
elyon225wapityyy: Have you tried System -> Administration -> Networking ?03:34
EnsignRedshirtQuintin: It is just a test case for a different situation, in which a command is run with sudo, and the output is redirected to a file.03:34
wapityyyelyon225: it's ubuntu server, no X :)03:34
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elyon225wapityyy: Ah... then definitely good luck lol03:35
hopsingDr_willis, thx for the reply.  i'm looking for global setting.  know where that would be?03:35
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rempresentblackest:  it ran, but with errors, syntax errors?03:35
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juggaleauxI have an onboard soundcard and an audigy se card, i need to use my audigy se instead of my onboard03:35
juggaleauxis audigy se supported?03:36
elyon225!ip603:36
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ip6 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:36
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elyon225!ipv603:36
ubotuTo disable ipv6 read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WebBrowsingSlowIPv6IPv403:36
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blackesthmm i dont really know what your trying to do rempresent03:36
tempubunjuggaleaux: go into your BIOS and swith off onboard sound for a start03:36
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EnsignRedshirtAndrewB: That doesn't work; sudo treats everything inside the quotes as the filename of the command, so you get 'command not found'.03:36
rempresenttrying to follow a guide and get WoW to work03:36
AndrewBEnsignRedshirt: oh ok03:36
rempresentit is coming up with a bunch of funky graphics03:36
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rempresentsomeone told me to patch with this http://gentoo-wiki.com/HOWTO_Install_and_update_World_Of_Warcraft_with_wine03:36
juggaleauxi'll try that.03:36
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blackestsorry that sounds like wine and i havent got a clue on that03:37
EnsignRedshirtThe basic question is this:  Run a command with sudo, and redirect the output to a directory owned by root.  You get 'Permission denied.03:37
EnsignRedshirtThat wasn't a question...03:38
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EnsignRedshirtThe question is "Why?"03:38
blackestactually ensign wouldnt that be two commands03:38
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rempresentblackest:  i am not getting much help with wine, what would you use?03:38
javadotsook, I got the error message. Error 19: CAnnot mount selected partition.03:38
elyon225rempresent: You could try Crossover or VMWare.03:38
blackestpass sorry I am not a gamer and don't have the experience03:39
Dr_willishopsing,  /etc/bashrc perhaps.. there has been some changes to that stuff lately. i cant keep up i think thers some enviroment.d dir now also..03:39
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EnsignRedshirtblackest: I don't see why it would be two commands.03:39
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rempresentelyon225:  pick one that you have had experience with03:39
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blackestits the redirect03:39
KalrogI see there are already a few wine questions out there... I am getting a "Module not found" error when I try to install an application (specifically TurboTax).  I get that when I try to run setup.exe off of the CD.  Any thoughts on good tutorials or suggestions?  My web serching skills seem to be lacking today.03:39
elyon225rempresent: I only have experience with Wine.03:39
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elyon225rempresent: What are you trying to do?03:40
blackestany way it doesnt work so sudo su  then do it03:40
javadotsI used the prototype and installed Ubuntu and when I selected ubuntu and it that message popped up, Error 19: Cannot mount selected partition03:40
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hopsingDr_willis, i agree, i checked the forums and can't get a striaght answer.  thx for the help, i'll look at that and keep researching03:40
EnsignRedshirthopsing: /etc/profile03:40
rempresentelyon225: check out my pastebin, everything isn't coming out the way i want... the graphics are goofy... http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6506/03:40
elyon225javadots: Weren't you in here a couple days ago with this problem?03:40
javadotsnope03:40
Dr_willishopsing,  not using ubuntu at the moment so i cant look. /etc/profile is uses for many cases.. but i though there was some other 'places' one could do it also..03:40
blackestits worse when you do make install  that gets blocked partway throu03:41
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javadotsjust came here today, i was in here a few minutes ago though.03:41
elyon225javadots: Ahh... well, the prototype installation is neither created by NOR supported by Ubuntu.03:41
tungarbul1I'm new to Ubuntu. So far, I haven't had many problems but there's one which I just cannot crack on my own. Video files - MPEGs, video DVDs, whatever - just don't play properly at all. Either the sound's OK, but the video is super-jerky. Or the sound's OK but the video is absent. Or the system just shows a still image and plays about 10 seconds of audio.03:41
elyon225javadots: Basically, it's not a good idea to use it.... and most people don't.03:41
javadotselyon225: ahh... ok.03:41
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javadotselyon225: didn't know that.03:41
hopsingEnsignRedshirt:  i'll check that out03:41
elyon225!restricted | tungarbul103:41
ubotutungarbul1: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats03:41
juggaleauxsound works. big thanks to whoever suggested to disable my onboard sound03:42
javadotselyon225: isn't ubuntu configured all in one folder in the C:03:42
javadots\03:42
javadotsheh03:42
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jZed_I have an existing dual boot winXp/debian etch, I want to add ubuntu as third boot ... what's the best way to proceed?03:42
elyon225javadots: I guess that's the basic idea of that installation method... but it doesn't work very well.03:42
javadotselyon225: so that means I could just delete that folder and download the OS and do it the normal way eh?03:42
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ChaosEddiemake sure to use VLC for dvds. it rocks03:42
elyon225rempresent: What are you trying to do again?03:42
kjonppl! I need some help plz!03:43
blackestjzed add a line to grub menu.lst03:43
javadotselyon225: you're right, I think i'll just delete it and start again03:43
tungarbul1Thanks, Ubotu. Unfortunately, not all movies are done on open-source media.03:43
Dna^hi03:43
elyon225javadots: Make sure that your boot record is fine, though...03:43
rempresentelyon225: get my wow installation to run properly in wine03:43
elyon225javadots: I mean, if you can login to Windows fine, then yes, delete that folder and install it the proper way03:43
kjonCedega doesn't like my box. When I run any game, I just have a white window with nothing else.03:43
javadotsyeah, I can change it back the boot.ini03:43
jZed_blackest, I mean to install ubuntu ... do it chroot, or just start from disk ...03:43
elyon225rempresent: AHH..... gaming.03:43
Dna^i need some help, how i can get more faster my ubuntu...03:43
rempresentahh yeah03:43
javadotselyon225: thanks man.03:43
elyon225rempresent: That is the only reason I keep Windows installed.  Even if you CAN get the games running under Linux, the framerates are horrible.03:44
underdog5004!xubuntu | Dna^03:44
ubotuDna^: xubuntu is Ubuntu with Xfce instead of Gnome. For more info, see http://www.xubuntu.org and http://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xubuntu/ - To install from Ubuntu: "sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop". | For support, see #xubuntu | See also: !ubuntu and !xubuntu-channels03:44
blackestwell whos running your dual boot now ?03:44
kjonany suggestions? (It seems that my video drivers are the faulty)03:44
jZed_grub03:44
AndrewBEnsignRedshirt: It seems to be for safety that that is not allowed. [after reading in google] 03:44
rempresentelyon225:  i could do that, but i was really hoping that i didn't have to03:44
kjonTT_TT plz! hlp me! -- I wanna play zuma Deluze!03:44
Dna^can i install xubuntu from my ubuntu system? xD03:44
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kjonDna^: you mean the xubuntu desktop?03:45
elyon225rempresent: I totally understand... But unfortunately, there aren't many work arounds.  There IS, however, a Linux program called Cedega that claims to run games fairly well (although framerates are still nothing like they would be in Windows).03:45
Dna^kjon yep...:)03:45
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EnsignRedshirtAndrewB: Yeah, I just found an answer by googling, too.  The redirection is handle by the shell, which does not have the sudo privileges.03:45
rempresentelyon225:  thanks a lot man03:45
kjonDna^: apt-get install xubuntu-desktop ;)03:45
elyon225rempresent: But Cedega is not free and not all games are supported.  You can check their website for a list of supported games and any issues associated with it.03:45
AndrewBEnsignRedshirt: exactly. hmm sorry ;) gota do it the slow way.03:46
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kjonI wanna play Zuma Deluxe!!! --- but I can't! I got an empty white window.... and nothing else!03:46
kjon=(03:46
AndrewBrempresent: elyon225  the cvs version is free asin no cost. but it is extrememly buggy03:46
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Dna^kjon cannot find the packg..03:46
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kjonI got direct rendering... and the ATI stuff.....03:46
rempresentthanks andrew03:46
vermaQuintin, I just had to recompile my display drivers, just updated my kernel a while back .. it works now03:46
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kjonDna^: Wait a sec03:46
rempresentlaters03:46
Dna^kjon ok03:47
elyon225AndrewB: Ah... didn't know that.  But of course I would never try a CVS of such an intensive and sensitive things as running Windows games...03:47
kjonDna^: Have you all the repositories set?03:47
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blackesti think grub when installed by ubuntu would definately dual boot between ubuntu and windows but what i suggest is you very carefully save the menu item you have now coz it will have the correct parameters for the existing partion03:47
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EnsignRedshirtAndrewB: I found this: http://www.courtesan.com/pipermail/sudo-users/2000-March/000060.html03:47
kjonDna^: 'cause xubuntu-desktop *does* exist on the ubuntu repos...03:47
wapityyywhen trying to run 'dhclient eth0' i keep getting 'DHCPDISCOVER on eth0 to 255.255.255.255 port 67 interval 3' etc03:48
wapityyyany idea ?03:48
AndrewBEnsignRedshirt: ah :) did that work?03:48
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elyon225kjon: Have you enabled the extra repositories?03:48
Dna^kjon i guess... how i know if i have all?03:48
blackestwhat is eth0 ?03:48
kjonwapityyy: try an ifconfig down / ifconfig up and retry with dhclient...03:48
elyon225kjon: Oh, nevermind... totally misread your message ;)03:48
markstosbestest:  ethernet device.03:49
AndrewBnn all03:49
kjonelyon225: ^.^03:49
markstoss/bestest/blackest/g03:49
EnsignRedshirtAndrewB: Yes. e.g.: sudo sh -c 'cat testfile > /etc/testfile'03:49
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AndrewBEnsignRedshirt: cool. cya03:49
wapityyykjon: same03:49
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kjonDna^: easy way=go to repos option, on synaptics... and thick them all...03:49
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kjonDna^: or edit, /etc/apt/sources.list by hand...03:49
Dna^kjon ahh ya' ok03:50
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kjonwapityyy: I'd the same prob. with wireless... mhhh... have you tryied an ifup eth0?03:50
wapityyyyep03:50
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kjonwapityyy: and... is the RJ45 cable in good condition?... isn't it?03:51
wapityyykjon: but i dont know if my interface is set up correctly, is there any command line onfig tool i can use ?03:51
blackestor system ->admin-> software properties03:51
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blackestping wapity03:51
kjonwapityyy: well ifconfig and modprobe, but, usually the kernel is smart enough to determine the correct modules for the hardware.03:52
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wapityyyi just changed the cabel03:53
wapityyycable03:53
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kjonwapityyy: why don't you try the manual way? I mean, a ifconfig yourip NETMASK netmask and a route add default gw... etc.??03:53
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wapityyykjon: ok lemme try again03:53
kjonI need help with cedega!!!03:53
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kjonany volunteer?03:53
wapityyykjon: what do i put for the ip ?03:53
kjonpleeezeeee!!!03:53
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CaptMarionyo anyone here that can help me?03:54
kjonwapityyy: Well, I don't know. What are you trying to set up?03:54
CaptMarionI have gone thru 5 installations of Ubuntu03:54
wapityyykjon: local network on DHCP03:54
CaptMarionand none boot up03:54
CaptMarionthey get stuck trying to find "root"03:54
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kjonwapityyy: uhhh... try with 192.168.0.x... with x as the machine number.03:55
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kjonwapityyy: and a netmask of 255.255.255.003:55
wapityyykjon: the router is at  192.168.0.103:55
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markstosCaptMarion: What's the exact error message about "root"?03:55
wapityyykjon: ok, it's the X im not sure about :)03:55
kjonwapityyy: a router? ... is the DHCP service on the router enabled?03:55
wapityyykjon: yes03:55
wapityyykjon: so shouldnt it give me the ip address ?03:55
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CaptMarionactually, it says (after the busybox stuff) /bin/sh: can't access tty; job control turned off03:55
kjonwapityyy: did you try the "windows" solution? (I mean, try to reboot once!)03:56
andrehey guys,  does anyone know when ubuntu will update their repository for the new Blender V2.43??03:56
nexousNETHi, How would I go about adding an icon on my desktop to run the command '/opt/lampp/lampp php4' ?03:56
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kitcheandre: probably feisty has it03:56
kjonwapityyy: right!. But seems that your router isn't that friendly...03:56
wapityyykjon: what do you mean ?03:56
kitcheandre: the version won't update unless it's a bugfix or security fix03:56
wapityyykjon: the router works fine for my other ubuntu computer, and my windows laptop03:56
kjonwapityyy: mhhh.... .'03:57
markstosCaptMarion: If you looked through the related Google results? http://www.google.com/search?q=a%22can%27t+access+tty%3B+job+control+turned+off&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&rls=com.ubuntu:en-US:official&client=firefox-a03:57
kjonwapityyy: well... I dunno man...03:57
markstosIf -> "Have"03:57
nonewmsgshello03:57
kjonI need help with cedega... plz!03:58
wapityyykjon: what utility does the installer use to setup the network ?03:58
kjonwhite window only! --- I can't play games TT_TT03:58
kjonwapityyy: Usually tryies an ifup eth0.03:58
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andrekitche: so if I want to use 2.42 I have to wait till april?03:58
nexousNETHi, How would I go about adding an icon on my desktop to run the command '/opt/lampp/lampp php4' ?03:58
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stephansdoes someone know how to mirror only one version of ubuntu to a local server?03:58
kitcheandre or install it yourself03:58
bruenignexousNET, right click, add launcher, put that in the command03:58
kitcheandre: check backports might be in there03:59
nexousNETbruenig: Am i running it as app, or app in terminal?03:59
kjonwapityyy: have a look on "man ifup"03:59
clearze1I'm trying to forward an X session on a remote computer to the computer i'm using but I'm running into some errors. Can anyone help me?03:59
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bruenignexousNET, I don't know, what are you doing, are you expecting it to run in terminal or just do run whatever the script does and be done03:59
andrehow will the edgy users have to do to upgrade to feisty in april?03:59
andrekitche: backports?03:59
markstosI've got my own problem. Sound isn't working after "suspend" with Edgy on my T20 laptop. I've added a list of sound modules to /etc/default/acpi-support, but it's still not fixed. I'm not sure how to debug it further...03:59
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kitche!backports | andre04:00
ubotuandre: If new updated Ubuntu packages are built for an application, then they go into Ubuntu Backports. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuBackports04:00
nexousNETbruenig: usually the command is run in terminal.04:00
linuxnewbie756anyone here use easytag frequently?04:00
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bruenignexousNET, I mean is it interactive? or does it just do something and that is it?04:00
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kjonmarkstos: build a script to restart alsa on resume.04:00
doojinhi04:00
nexousNETbruenig: just does something, and thats all.04:00
bruenignexousNET, then not don't check the terminal box04:00
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bruenigs/not//04:00
nexousNETbruenig: okay thanks.04:00
doojinAfter I installed nvidia-glx through synaptic manager and rebooted, I can't start xserver.04:00
doojinI don't know why not?04:00
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HymnToLifedoojin, did you install the restricted-modules for your current kernel ?04:01
doojin?04:01
kjonanybody? ... I wanna play with cedega... but I can't TT_TT04:01
hanzomon4did you install the restricted modules for your kernel04:01
doojinwhat are the restricted modules?04:01
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HymnToLifedoojin, what does uname -r give you ?04:02
doojinwait04:02
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bruenigdoojin, sudo apt-get install linux-restricted-modules-`uname -r`04:02
andrewhat will the edgy users have to do to upgrade to feisty in april?04:02
doojinhow can I put aside bitchx?04:02
bruenigandre, probably very similar to the dapper to edgy upgrade04:03
HymnToLifeandre, modify their sources.list and do a dist-upgrade, I guess04:03
denardoHi, folks. I'm trying to access the memory stick in my Sony Clie NX70V from my laptop running Edgy.04:03
bruenig!upgrade | andre04:03
ubotuandre: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes04:03
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hanzomon4try this doojin:  sudo apt-get install linux-restricted-modules-generic04:03
doojinok04:03
hanzomon4my bad already answered04:03
HymnToLifehanzomon4, what if he's running Dapper ?04:03
bruenigwell he's gone anyway04:04
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doojinuname -r tell me 2.6.17-11-generic04:04
andretx guys04:04
doojin2.6.17-11-generic04:04
denardoThere's an MSImport utility on the Clie, and I see old instructions on mounting stuff, but they seem to mostly be talking about things that old kernels didn;t have04:04
hanzomon4Yeah the other person answered it best,  doojin, sudo apt-get install linux-restricted-modules-`uname -r`04:04
HymnToLifeall right, install linux-generic then04:04
HymnToLifeit will install the restricted-modules04:04
hitmanWillydoes anyone know how to maually lock ports from the command line? im trying to write a "panic mode" script04:04
Dna^kjon on synaptic, should i install all? (tab All)04:05
HymnToLifeand always keep them up-to-date to match the current kernel04:05
doojinHymnToLife : Did you experience it?04:05
HymnToLifenot personnaly04:05
doojinI already have another kernel on x8604:05
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kjonDna^:whaddaya mean? all the repositories?04:05
wapityyydamn :(04:05
Dr_willishitmanWilly,  just take down the network interface :)04:06
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linuxnewbie756is easytag supposed to support aac?04:06
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stephansdoes someone know how to mirror only one version of ubuntu to a local server?04:06
kubotahowdy.. can someone tell me how to fix my refresh rate?04:07
hitmanWillyDr_willis: that works too. I just want to be able to do it a little more selectively04:07
brueniglinuxnewbie756, no04:07
stephansWhat media should I use for automated network installs locally?04:07
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linuxnewbie756bruenig, so how can i edit aac tags?04:07
Dna^kjon yep... cuz there are pack like python-numeral, 3d chees... etcx04:07
kjonDna^: yup...04:08
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kjonDna^: U need 2 install 'em all.04:08
brueniglinuxnewbie756, maybe gktpod-aac04:08
kubotahowdy.. can someone tell me how to fix my refresh rate?04:08
Dna^kjon ok thanx04:08
brueniglinuxnewbie756, from the description at least, it appears to indicate that it will04:08
kjonDna^: Set all the repos, refresh... look for "xubuntu-desktop", and install it.04:08
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kjonDna^: that "metapackage" has all the dependencies to set xubuntu up.04:09
brueniglinuxnewbie756, oh it is gtkpod-aac not gktpod-aac04:09
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IreclanDoes Archive Manager support 7zip files?04:10
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bruenig!7z04:10
ubotuFiles with extensions .tar, .gz, .tgz, .zip, .bz2, .7z, .ace and other archive file formats can be opened with file-roller (GNOME) or Ark (KDE) - Also see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FileCompression04:10
kjonI need help with cedega... ONEGAI!/PLEASE/C'VOUS PLAIT/BITTE...04:10
kubotaOkay then.. Different question, Sound Juicer is only ripping my CD @ 1.2x ..It is supposed to be around 52x04:10
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kubotaIs it possible to fix that04:10
bruenigkjon, obviously nobody knows04:10
kjonkubota: is dma activated for your cd?04:10
IreclanIs that a "yes" or a "no"?04:10
bruenigIreclan, it is a go to that link and see how to enable it04:10
Dr_willishitmanWilly,   i recall some tools that could auto-block ips if they 'attacked' or scaned and stuff...04:10
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kjonkubota: try something like hdparm -d1u1 /dev/hdc04:10
kubotakjon: I'm not sure04:10
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denardoHmm. /var/log/messages is telling me things like "Feb 18 19:09:10 localhost kernel: [17430168.580000]  usb 4-1.4: new full speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 38", but I don't understand if that tells me anything about how I should mount it.04:10
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kjonkubota: as root, try hdparm -d1u1 /dev/hdc.04:11
vaderHello04:11
IreclanAlready did. Hasn't worked so far.04:11
kjonbruenig: .''04:11
bruenig!info p7zip04:11
vaderjingle bells04:11
ubotup7zip: 7-Zip is a file archiver with high compression ratio. In component universe, is optional. Version 4.42.dfsg.1-2 (edgy), package size 315 kB, installed size 944 kB04:11
hitmanWillyDr_willis: thanks, but not really what im after04:11
tim167in Gimp how do i save an image in jpg, tga,png,or bmp format WITH alpha channel ??04:11
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ChaosEddievader: hi, jingle bells?04:12
kubotaKjom: okay, I did. Says everything is on04:12
arrenlextim167: Those formats don't support alpha channels.04:12
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kjonkubota: rip that cd again, and tell me how's going...04:12
arrenlextim167: Except png. It does.04:12
tempubunubuntu on iBook: 128mb ram is probably not enough to run X, xine and soiund server at same time?04:12
kubotakjon: ALright.. looks like it's still at 1.3, should I restart?04:12
tempubunsmoothly?04:12
vaderHi Tim04:12
IreclanSo, do I use p7Zip to open them?04:13
vaderWhy don't you like Linux Tim? AKA tat04:13
tim167arrenlex:  ok png then WITH alpha channel ( so i can use it in virtualdub as logo overlay on video)04:13
TheUni`you tell me ;)04:13
kjonkubota: what? rippin' at x1.3? ... uff. that's weird...04:13
tim167hi vader04:13
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andreI can't seem to burn a dvd-r disc... is this normal?  is there anything I can do?04:13
vaderTim167 thinks tht linux is for fags.04:13
bruenigIreclan, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FileCompression#head-6dd82717a35bf41459736ab63ba07a39875c063604:13
kubotakjon: yes 1.3x, sorry04:13
kubotakjon: ohh ohhh 1.4 now04:13
kubota:P04:13
tim167vader how so ?04:13
vaderLinux is the best operating system, and yet Tim hates it.04:13
kjonkubota: -_-'04:13
Dr_williswe all know that it was downhill from CP/M04:14
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kjonkubota: get a better ripper ... ^.^04:14
HymnToLifevader, define "best"04:14
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bruenig!best04:14
ubotuUsually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose among a number of different applications, depending on your preferences, the features you require, and other factors.04:14
Brando!dualhead04:14
ubotuInformation about dual-head on linux can be found on http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/DualHead - See also !Xinerama04:14
vaderBEST OPERATING SYSTEM04:14
Dr_willis!bust04:14
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about bust - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:14
kubotakjon: what would you suggest?04:14
tim167vader what are you talking about ??04:14
bruenig!caps04:14
ubotuPLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.04:14
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arrenlextim167: file-save04:14
andreI can't seem to burn a dvd-r disc... is this normal?  is there anything I can do?04:14
vaderLinux is way better than every operating system04:14
bruenig!offtopic | vader04:14
ubotuvader: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!04:14
mon^rch!anything04:14
arrenlex/ignore vader04:14
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about anything - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:14
arrenlex... -__-04:14
vaderTim said it's for nothing but a bunch of Linus fags04:14
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mon^rch:-D04:14
kjonkubota: dunno. Have you tried to search for "ripper" at synaptics? LOL :)04:14
IreclanBruenig: I've already tried that. Not working. Help, please?04:15
Brando!multihead04:15
HymnToLifevader, are you a troll ?04:15
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about multihead - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:15
vaderI'm no troll!04:15
kjon!bot04:15
tim167arrenlex: yes, but then virtualdub says: image has no alpha channel04:15
vaderI'm a human being.04:15
denardo!pilot04:15
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about pilot - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:15
kubotakjon: just wondering if you had any personal recomendations04:15
vaderwww.freako.com04:15
ChaosEddievader: i duno who tim is but he probably doesn't know how to use linux.04:15
imac_dudevader: please watch your language04:15
bruenigIreclan, I am sure you can always do it from command line, let me see04:15
vadertim167 hates linux.04:15
HymnToLifekubota, what ripper are you using ?04:15
bruenig!ops | vader04:15
ubotuvader: Help! Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Burgundavia, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos or tonyyarusso04:15
kjonkubota: nope. I haven't ripped a cd for a long time...04:15
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kubotahymntolife: Right now, SoundJuicer04:16
tim167i have no idea what vader is talking about,04:16
vadertim167 has used linux, but he still thinks its for fags.04:16
HymnToLifeso I agree, try another one :p04:16
Madpilotvader, drop it.04:16
HymnToLife!abcde04:16
ubotuabcde: A Better CD Encoder. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.3.99.5-1 (edgy), package size 103 kB, installed size 300 kB04:16
cor1!pase04:16
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about pase - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:16
arrenlextim167: Does the image you're working with have an alpha channel?04:16
cor1!paste04:16
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)04:16
bruenigIreclan, you should be able to do p7zip -d whatever.7z04:16
Hobbseevader: do you actually *want* any support?04:16
vaderyes.04:16
vaderI'm a monkey04:16
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tim167arrenlex: i did color to alpha04:16
kubotahymntolife: Alright. thanks.04:16
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tim167vader are you rolly ?04:17
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Hobbsee!language04:17
ubotuPlease watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.04:17
arrenlex!ops04:17
ubotuHelp! Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Burgundavia, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos or tonyyarusso04:17
EnsignRedshirtbye bye04:17
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HymnToLifekubota, abcde is the one I use, it's a command line app but does the job perfectly04:17
cor1i still cant upgrade should i just renistall 6.06?04:17
arrenlexOh, you're here already. Sorry. ^^;04:17
rbilI just upadated my system from Dapper to Edgy. I see now that Edgy is using UUID to designate harddrives. I keep a cloned backup of my hd on another hd. Will I have problem booting if the UUID doesn't work on the different hd?04:17
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Hobbseearrenlex: yep04:17
Hobbseewas just going to banforward04:17
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Dr_willisrbil,  ya could alter the fstab. not sure how backups affect uuid...04:18
kubotaHymntolife: Oh. I'll probably have to find something with a GUI, this PC is for the choir director at my church..04:18
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cyclopsI was wondering, is there any kluge or hack to allow me to view shockwave content in my browser? (firefox)04:18
rbilDr_willis: I'm more concerned about Grub's menu.lst04:18
Madpilotkubota, for CD burning, use Serpentine04:18
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zoidberghey guys04:18
bruenig!hi | zoidberg04:18
ubotuzoidberg: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!04:18
Ireclanbruenig: do I need to "cd" to the directory it's in before performing that command?04:18
zoidbergi have badger on this powerpc powerbook g3 right now04:18
zoidbergi just upgraded to dapper04:19
IreclanThe package, that is.04:19
zoidbergwell i think so04:19
kjon"They say if you play a microsoft cd backwards you hear satanic messages --- that's nothing, 'cause if you play it forwards, it installs windows..."04:19
bruenigIreclan, yeah, or you can just do "p7zip -d /path/to/whatever.7z"04:19
kjonremember that :P04:19
kubotaMadpilot: Alright. thanks for the suggestion.04:19
Dr_willisrbil,  theres a neat trick i learned  look in ------->   /dev/disk/by-uuid/  and /dev/disk/by-*  for how the drives lavbels and uuids are.. You can set grub to use the uuid i hear.. but never tried it.04:19
zoidberghow can i check what version i'm running?04:19
rbilI can see maybe using UUIDs for removable drives, but this is a real step backwards to force it into Grub04:19
arrenlexcyclops: Like Shockwave Shockwave? People still use that? xD There are several ways, involving Wine.04:19
ImWindowsFreehey does anyone understand how to get p2k tools to work on linux so i can mess with my moto cell04:19
bruenigzoidberg, lsb_release -a04:19
arrenlexcyclops: The easiest but least convenient is to just run Firefox or IE in wine to view sites with shockwave.04:19
cyclopsSo, no matter what, I have to use Wine to do it?  And there is one web site that I keep having to boot into XP to view, its...  annoying04:19
krezlimAnyone know why my ubuntu's dhclient won't work with my comcast cable modem?  It works fine out of the box with my router04:19
arrenlexcyclops: The most convenient one is to buy Crossover Office ($40) and it will seamlessly integrate the plugin for you.04:20
bruenigor bittorrent...04:20
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arrenlexcyclops: The balance between these two is integration which doesn't always work, using the free wine.04:20
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rbilanyone know if I'd break things using /dev/ instead of UUID in Grub?04:20
arrenlexcyclops: You want more info about the latter?04:20
cyclopsthank you arrenlex, I appreciate it04:20
bruenigrbil, iirc it is compatible with /dev/04:21
zoidbergis there an easy way to updgrade from breezy to edgy without a cd?04:21
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HymnToLiferbil, it wont break anything04:21
tim167arrenlex: so i did Layer>Transparency>color to alpha in Gimp, select white( = background color), then File>save as, and make it a png, after that no mention of alpha is made and i have an alpha-less png04:21
Hobbseerbil: your upgrade, most likely04:21
cyclopsCrossover Office?  No...  I'll zap over to their web site, I looked at them before for running iTunes as well, perhaps its worth the 4004:21
bruenigzoidberg, you would have to upgrade to dapper, then to edgy,04:21
Hobbseerbil: ie, dist-upgrade04:21
bruenig!upgrade | zoidberg04:21
ubotuzoidberg: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes04:21
markstoskjon: thanks for the tip.04:21
rbilHobbsee: sorry not following what you're telling me at all04:21
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kjonmarkstos: I'd the same trouble too :P04:22
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Hobbseerbil: you'll probably break your upgrade if you use /dev/ instead of UUID04:22
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ImWindowsFreehey does anyone understand how to get p2k tools to work on linux so i can mess with my moto cell04:22
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Hobbseerbil: dunno about grub as such, but if you do that in fstab...04:22
rbilUUID's shouldn't be used in Grub for the very reason I've cited. This completely screws up disk cloning.04:22
arrenlexcyclops: Hmm... I can't find it... still looking, sorry.04:22
rbilit's worse than DRM as far as i'm concerned!04:23
kjonI NeeD HeLP WiTH CeDeGa... aNY VoLuNTeeR? ... I'M GoiNG CRaZY....04:23
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Dr_williskjon,  i imagine most have you on ignore now.04:23
Dr_willis:)04:23
Dr_williskjon,  and whats the issue?04:23
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mitchbonesI lOvE pEoPle tHaT tYpE lIkE tHiS04:23
Hobbseekjon: try #cedega04:23
arrenlexcyclops: Aha! https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Shockwave04:23
Garre1How do I get my NTFS drivers working again cause it stopped working04:23
Garre1?04:23
elyon225Could someone tell me why, when I open a file browser, it quite often will open 4 or more of them?04:24
elyon225For example, clicking on Places -> Home will open up about 4 different file browsers of my /home/ directory.04:24
kjonmitchbones: ^.^04:24
rbilwhat developer with Ubuntu is responsible to for this change to UUID in Grub and how to I reach him?04:24
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kjonDr_willis: A nice managed white window...04:24
ImWindowsFreehey does anyone understand how to get p2k tools to work on linux so i can mess with my moto cell04:24
arrenlexrbil: The one with the evil eyes. If you find a way to reach him through the screen, tell me too. :)04:24
cyclopsthank you very much arrenlex04:24
kjonDr_willis: I can install any kind of game, but I can't play them.04:24
Dr_williskjon,  precise.. yet still useless information.. :) heh heh04:24
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bimberi!uuid04:24
ubotuTo 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)04:24
Garre1Can anyone help me with my ntfs drivers?04:24
Dr_williskjon,  try running sol.exe ?04:24
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kjonDr_willis: I use ATI propetary drivers. It seems they are correctly installed.04:25
rbilarrenlex: make fun if you want. but this is really serious and crippling04:25
cor1arrenlex: is your p2k a program for windows if so you may beable to use WINE04:25
ImWindowsFreehey does anyone understand how to get p2k tools to work on linux so i can mess with my moto cell04:25
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kjonDr_willis: ^_^04:25
arrenlexcor1: What?04:25
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kjonDr_willis: glxinfo throws sane information. (direct render: ok!)04:25
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rbilimagine typing the bootup of the o/s to a particular hard drive. this is worse then bloody Microsoft04:25
kjonDr_willis: and I can play tuxracer...04:25
rbil*tying04:25
kjonDr_willis: But my box doesn't do cedega... why?04:26
EnsignRedshirtImWindowsFree: While repeating your question can sometimes be effective, I think by now you should realize that, for the moment, there is no one here who can help you.04:26
arrenlexrbil: You can use the old format if you want. Just change it manually.04:26
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zythkjon, not all games work.  It could be the game04:26
onlybuiHow Can I eject a cdrom if wine is still using the drive its asking me to enter 2nd CD and desktop eject doesnt work?04:26
kjonzyth: But I used to play a lot zuma deluxe on dapper...04:26
rbilarrenlex: after making changes to menu.lst do I just reboot or is something else required?04:26
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kjonzyth: I believe that ATI drivers might be faulty...04:26
Topy44server irc.freenet.de04:26
arrenlexrbil: Nope, just reboot. Grub reads that file every time.04:26
jrattner_Question:  I had Beryl working properly all day.  Now all of sudden I rebooted my system, and beryl no longer works.  When executing it from the command line i now get the following error message: libGL warning: 3D driver claims to not support visual 0x4b04:26
zythkjon, erm well I'd imagine that'd work yes.  They work here for me, and I play WoW in wine.04:27
rbilarrenlex: thankyou04:27
Dr_williskjon, could be the games you are trying to run are not well supported.04:27
Dr_williskjon,  you got an ati card?04:27
cor1arrenx: is that p2k a prgram for windows?04:27
arrenlexcor1: I've never heard of p2k. I think you've confused me with someone else.04:27
kjonzyth, Dr_willis: When I tryied to launch zuma manually, by issuing cedega (blah blah blah) zuma.exe,04:27
zythkjon, did you turn off compositite in your xorg.conf?04:27
rbilI'd still like to report to someone with Ubuntu just how bad this move was.04:27
tim167how do i make an image with an alpha channel in it ?04:28
rbilAny idea how to do this?04:28
kjonI got an error. Something Like "BadWindow"...04:28
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onlybuiso does anyone know how I can fix this wine Cd-ROM issue?04:28
kjonzyth, Yes I did. I got direct rendering working perfectly.04:28
mbrnoobhi room04:28
EnsignRedshirttim167: You could try asking in #gimp04:28
Dr_williskjon,  i thought cedega now required you to use their GUI to launch things...04:28
arrenlex!hi | mbrnoob04:28
ubotumbrnoob: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!04:28
mbrnoobI nuked my mbr and I need help (grub error 21)04:28
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tim167EnsignRedshirt yup will try there04:28
kjonDr_willis: nope. You can even build your own cvs-cedega.04:29
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kjonDr_willis: www.linux-gamers.net.04:29
kjonDr_willis: have a look there.04:29
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mbrnoobanyone know how to fix grub?04:29
Dr_williskjon,  i gave up on cedega when i gave up on windows games04:29
cor1imwinowsfree: is that p2k a program for windows04:29
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kjonmbrnoob: grubinstall /dev/hda???04:30
FlimFlamManhow do i get a forgotten password from ubuntuforums.org?  i can't find an "e-mail me my password" option04:30
kjonmbrnoob: grub-install /dev/hda???04:30
ckerwhat are some good games i can download and play on linux???04:30
Dr_williscker,  frozenbubble04:30
ckerok cool04:30
EnsignRedshirtcker: chromium04:30
ckeris that in the repo?04:30
Dr_williscker,  RTCW:ET has a native linux port.. and Trembulus (sp?) is cool.04:30
kjonDr_willis: Well, Do you know a "zuma deluxe" clone? :P04:30
Dr_willisTremulus may be in the repos.04:30
mbrnoobkjon, I'l ltry it04:30
FlimFlamMani don't have my ubuntuforums.org password.  how do i get it?04:31
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Dr_willisPuzlePirates is a neat MMORPG/Puzzle game (java based)04:31
ckerok thanks guys.. will check em out :)04:31
Dr_willissecondlife - has a linux client as well04:31
SpudDoggI keep getting errors when DVD::rip gets to the transcode stage.  "Output: te: Broken pipe syncinfo write error (0) write: Broken pipe"  Any ideas?04:31
onlybuianyone know how to eject a cdrom if wine is using that drive04:31
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cor1drwillis: is there a forgot password button?04:31
kjononlybui: killall -9 wineserver, killall -9 wine, eject /dev/hdc04:31
kjononlybui: fuser -vum /dev/hdc (tough way)04:32
EnsignRedshirtcker: I just installed FretsOnFire04:32
onlybuibut I need wine to still use the drive so I can install a game04:32
ckerwhats that about?04:32
EnsignRedshirtcker: http://louhi.kempele.fi/~skyostil/uv/fretsonfire/04:32
kjononlybui: pumount /dev/hdc?04:32
cor1!paste04:32
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)04:32
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ckerk cool04:33
cor1onlybui: do you have windows on your machine04:33
mbrnoobI tried grub-install --recheck /dev/hda and it says "/dev/hda does not have any corresponding BIOS drive."04:33
cor1onlybui: or do you have a windows install disc *sigh*04:34
ckerlooks good ensign.. ill try it out04:34
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kjonmbrnoob: have a look on the grub manpage about installing grub manually on the mbr.04:34
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mbrnoobit's the manual part that scares me.  I'll check out the man page and report back04:35
nonewmsgsok i have a prism pcmcia card now which linux-wlan-ng driver do i download04:35
arrenlexmbrnoob: Are you sure your system isn't scsi?04:35
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mbrnoobit could be04:35
arrenlexmbrnoob: Are you in Linux right now?04:35
bmk789how is ubuntu pronounced?04:35
arrenlexbmk789: Ooboontoo04:35
mbrnoobI don't remember where windows is, but linux is on sdb404:36
bmk789no way04:36
mbrnoobI'm on fiesty livecd right now04:36
ckerchromium looks good too04:36
onlybuisorry I was trying what people told me to try and I have the cdrom off my Desktop but the eject wont work on my PC04:36
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arrenlexmbrnoob: What does the command "sudo fdisk -l" say?04:36
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onlybuitrying to install counter strike04:36
mbrnoobit only has sd*04:36
arrenlexmbrnoob: There you go. grub-install /dev/sda04:37
ckerhey while im here... does anyone happen to have a link to a good guide on using growisofs to burn dvds?04:37
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mbrnoob"Could not find device for /boot: Not found or not a block device."04:38
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arrenlexmbrnoob: Oh, you're on the liveCD...04:38
mbrnoobyes04:38
arrenlexmbrnoob: What partition is Linux installed in?04:38
cor1Were Can you get the fiesta live04:39
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cor1CD04:39
mbrnoobI can't boot to anything else because grub is being grumpy04:39
mbrnoobedgy is installed on sdb404:39
arrenlexmbrnoob: Okay, do these commands:04:39
arrenlexmbrnoob: sudo mkdir /target04:39
kjonarrenlex: I guess it might be easier to try a grub, "root (hd0,0)", and "setup (hd0)".04:39
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arrenlexkjon: You know what you doing (move Zig) :)04:39
kjonarrenlex: ^.^04:40
arrenlexkjon: Except that root should be 1,5, no?04:40
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kjonarrenlex: dunno... I wasn't reading ;)04:40
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arrenlexAight04:40
nekohayoanyone knows how to catch a Jeff Waugh?04:40
arrenlexmbrnoob: Okay, try kjon's way. Type "sudo grub"04:40
mbrnoobok04:40
arrenlexmbrnoob: Then type "root (hd1,5)"04:40
arrenlexmbrnoob: Then type "setup (hd0)"04:41
cor1Anyone know were i can get a tutorial on ubuntu and how to use the terminal commands04:41
cafuego_nekohayo: Yup, wave some pants around04:41
mbrnoobroot (hd1,5): error no such partition04:41
cafuego_disclaimer: may attract other aussie open source geeks too04:41
HymnToLife!commands | cor104:41
ubotucor1: The linux terminal or command-line interface is very powerful. Open a terminal via Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal (Gnome) or K-menu -> System -> Konsole (KDE).  Manuals: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BasicCommands04:41
nekohayohrmm... what if I don't wear pants?04:41
arrenlexmbrnoob: Pastebin the entire output of sudo fdisk -l please.04:41
mbrnoobpastebin?04:41
arrenlex!pastebin | mbrnoob04:41
ubotumbrnoob: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)04:41
HymnToLife!paste04:41
arrenlexmbrnoob: It's a website where you upload text and then paste us the link, to avoid flooding the channel.04:42
kjonarrenlex: Another way might be to try an chroot....04:43
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cafuego_nekohayo: just wave someone else's04:43
mbrnoobhttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6509/04:43
arrenlexkjon: That's what I was going to do to him.04:43
nekohayocafuego_: but then, I'm not sure waving pants around with an 8 hours timezone difference will work :|04:43
kjonarrenlex: copying the mtab... and blah blah blah (the gentoo way)04:43
cafuego_nekohayo: tried emailing him?04:43
arrenlexkjon: Why do you need to copy the mtab if the system is already installed? You only need to mount /proc, and then grub-install /dev/sda. I've done it tons of times.04:44
llama32anyone know of a media player accessible over HTTP? like, something that just uses a web server as it's GUI?04:44
nekohayocafuego_ yeah a week ago ;_;04:44
cafuego_Tssk, what a bad man.04:44
nekohayoindeed04:44
kjonarrenlex: nopes, because grub-install relies on mtab, and not on /proc.04:44
mbrnoobshould I explain what I did to get myself in this situation?04:44
cafuego_nekohayo: maybe send him a ping on here04:44
nekohayohe does appear in this channel?04:44
cor1!tutorial04:45
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about tutorial - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:45
kjonarrenlex: grub, sometimes, can be very... buy very stupid.04:45
arrenlexkjon: Then how do you explain that I've done it so many times successfully?04:45
cafuego_not often, but he is in #linux-aus04:45
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kjonarrenlex: . ... ok ok... you won... :)04:45
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nekohayocafuego_ darmnit, you are a hero, I could not lurk him out04:45
mbrnoobarrenlex and kjon, did you see my pastebin?04:45
cafuego_nekohayo: <heh>04:46
nekohayonow I know where is the bunker04:46
Kr0ntabllama32, check out XSPF Web Music Player - http://musicplayer.sourceforge.net/04:46
arrenlexmbrnoob: Hm. Okay, we'll do this my way.04:46
cafuego_don't abuse it04:46
arrenlexmbrnoob: Have you created /target yet?04:46
mbrnoobyes04:46
Kr0ntabuses flash to play music...04:46
nekohayoyeah04:46
arrenlexmbrnoob: sudo mount /dev/sdb4 /target04:46
mbrnoobok04:46
kjonarrenlex: chroot way... isn't it?04:46
arrenlexkjon: Yeah.04:47
aliasdhello this is not aliasd i am just on his puter i was just wondering how do i get vendetta started on ubuntu i have never had to start it before and i am a noob and i don't know what channel to ask, can someone help me?04:47
arrenlexmbrnoob: sudo chroot /target04:47
mbrnoobok04:47
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arrenlexmbrnoob: mount /proc04:47
mike1ko04:47
HymnToLifealiasd, what is that ?04:47
mbrnoobok04:47
arrenlexmbrnoob: grub-install /dev/sda04:47
kjonmbrnoob: If it doesn't work, you can build a voodoo doll to curse arrenlex -"The GRUB guy"-, ok? :P04:48
aliasdsomeone that is not me04:48
HymnToLifealiasd, no, I mean that "vendetta" thing04:48
mbrnoob/dev/sda: Not found or not a block device.04:48
mbrnoobok kjon :)04:48
arrenlexkjon: You don't need to build them, they're available in the giftshop! Also pick up an "I killed arrenlex and all I got was this lousy t-shirt" tshirt!04:48
aliasda game04:48
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HymnToLifealiasd, if it's a Windows game, you'll need WINE or friends04:49
kjonarrenlex: cool! I'm going to pick one of those...04:49
aliasdno it is linux04:49
arrenlexkjon: Okay, I lost. Your turn. xD04:49
onlybuiok thanks everyone for your help I just copy the folder from WIndows04:49
mbrnoob:)04:50
HymnToLifewhere did you get it from ? there should be instructions on how to install it04:50
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mbrnoobwould you like to know what I did to kill grub?04:50
HymnToLifeinstall Windows ?04:50
kjonmbrnoob:  why don't you try and mkfs.xfs /dev/sda ?? :P (joking!)04:50
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arrenlexmbrnoob: Sure?04:50
aliasdi have played it on this puter before but never started it04:50
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kjonmbrnoob: did you try the chroot trick? did it work?04:50
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HymnToLifeoh, and how did you play it without starting it ?04:51
mbrnoobI tried to install fiesty on an external usb drive (sdc)04:51
arrenlexkjon: (20:48:40) mbrnoob: /dev/sda: Not found or not a block device.04:51
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TheFettManhello where do I go to discuss future releases od Ubuntu (feisty, ubuntu multimedia edition)04:51
aliasdthe real aliasd did it for me04:51
arrenlex!feisty | TheFettMan04:51
ubotuTheFettMan: 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+104:51
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TheFettManis there a IRC channel for all future releases04:51
mbrnoobarren that error came when I tried grub-install04:51
mike1how can I identify a redirected server.  I have a website FTP password but not the address of the actual server the site sits on.  It's redirected from the URL04:52
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arrenlexmbrnoob: Yep. I'm telling kjon.04:52
kjonmbrnoob: try the following04:52
CharlieSuI'm currently using 6.10 Edgy and would like to know how to upgrade to 7.04 alpha 4 but I don't know how..  could somebody tell me the easiest way to upgrade my current install (i know it isn't stable)04:52
kjonmbrnoob: have a look at your 'fdisk -l' output...04:52
kjonmbrnoob: what's your root partition?04:52
mbrnoobcharliesu, don't try installing it to a usb drive04:52
TheFettManso I installed Ubuntu 6.10 on my external harddrive and got it working can I help?04:52
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CharlieSumbrnoob: why not?04:53
GMWeezelHow can I label removable disks and USB drives?04:53
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mbrnoobhow do I know which one is root from the fdisk -l?04:53
mbrnoobbecuase charlie, you'll be in here trying to get grub to work again04:53
Dr_willisGMWeezel,   tune2fs -L    (or is it -l) i forget04:53
GMWeezelmbrnoob: the one jthat says "/"04:53
HymnToLifembrnoob, you don't, you need to remmeber how you partitioned your disk ;)04:53
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doojinhi04:53
doojinI'm on windows now04:53
doojinI have two oses04:53
mbrnoobnone of them show mount points04:53
doojinubuntu got weird04:53
kjonmbrnoob: Do you have 2 partitions?04:54
kjonmbrnoob: winblowz and ubunu?04:54
mbrnoobhttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6509/04:54
doojinI don't know where the xserver configuration is04:54
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arrenlexdoojin: /etc/X11/xorg.conf04:54
mbrnoobafaik, I have two drives, one with XP and the other with edgy04:54
kjonwell..04:54
doojinarrenlex : Is it for ubuntu 2.10?04:54
doojinoops04:54
doojin6.1004:54
kjonmbrnoob: gimme a sec04:54
mbrnoobok04:54
cyrishey everyone04:54
arrenlexdoojin: ...wtf is ubuntu 2.1004:55
doojin6.1004:55
tonyyarussolol04:55
arrenlexdoojin: Oh, that's better. xD04:55
TheFettManmbrnoob: I just installed Ubuntu Edgy on an external HDD and it wouldn't boot Ubuntu until I went and changed sda in the /boot/grub/menu.lst and the /etc/fstab to sdb (this must be done so grub doesn't try to read the internal harddrive)04:55
kjonmbrnoob: issue the following as root:04:55
arrenlexdoojin: Yes, it is.04:55
kjonmbrnoob: grub04:55
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kjonmbrnoob: then, root (hd1,0)04:55
mbrnoobdo I get out of the chroot thing?04:55
doojinLet's hope ubuntu manual has xconfiguration app described in it.04:55
FarrisGAnyone know why DVD burning is still so damn slow with k3b?04:55
mbrnoobI'll just use a new terminal04:55
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kjonmbrnoob: yes, get out of the chrooted environment04:56
arrenlex!dma | FarrisG04:56
ubotuFarrisG: dma is Direct Memory Access/Addressing. It makes hard disks & optical drives transfer data faster, and is almost always enabled in Ubuntu 6.06. For more info see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DMA04:56
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kjonmbrnoob: and then setup (hd1)04:56
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Dr_willisFarrisG,  i find it faster on my Linux box then under windows.04:56
FlimFlamMancould wireless possibly be any more screwed up04:56
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doojinarrenlex : I installed nvidia-glx through synaptic manager and rebooted, and xserver didn't work, what do you think is the problem?04:57
arrenlex!doesn't work | doojin04:57
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ubotudoojin: Please elaborate, your question or issue may not seem clear or detailed enough for people to help you. Please give more detailed information, errors, steps, and possibly configuration files (use the !pastebin to avoid flooding the channel)04:57
mbrnoobError 17: Cannot mount selected partition04:57
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doojinarrenlex : synaptic manager description said I have to execute "sudo nvidia-glx-config enable" after I install nvidia-glx driver.04:57
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doojin"sudo nvidia-glx-config enable" didn't work since there was no kernel driver.04:58
doojinso I thought it might work after rebooting04:58
doojinAfter I rebooted, xserver didn't work at all04:58
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arrenlexdoojin: okay. How are you on IRC right now?04:58
HymnToLifedoojin, you're running edgy, nvidia-glx-config is for Dapper end older04:58
doojinI'm on windows04:58
kjonmbrnoob: an easier way might be: grub-install /dev/sdb04:58
mbrnoobcan I install nvidia on the livecd?  this scrolling is killing me04:58
HymnToLifedoojin, run   nvidia-xconfig         instead04:58
doojinI am dual os user04:58
cor1if you have automatix then when you open it there  shoudld be a selection were you can download the drivers for Nvidia04:58
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HymnToLife!automatix04:59
ubotuautomatix is a script that tries to install some software, and often fails and breaks systems. We don't provide support for it, and we strongly discourage its use. Problems caused by Automatix are often hard to track and solve, and it might sometimes be easier to !install a fresh copy of Ubuntu. See also !WorksForMe04:59
arrenlexdoojin: You'll need to install the restricted modules before you do that.04:59
doojinHymnToLife : what is it?04:59
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doojinarrenlex : before I do do what?04:59
ikononeeverytime i try to boot from an ubuntu/xubuntu cd I run the check and it says my kernel image is corrupt...  I have downloaded the iso04:59
HymnToLifedoojin, if you have installed nvidia-glx _and_ the restricted modules, run sudo nvidia-xconfig and voil04:59
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ikononeeverytime i try to boot from an ubuntu/xubuntu cd I run the check and it says my kernel image is corrupt...  I have downloaded the iso's several times and now have like 10 cds...04:59
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FarrisGDMA is enabled. Has been. But I still can only get ~2x our of my 16x DVD burner05:00
arrenlexdoojin: Before you run nvidia-xconfig05:00
mbrnoobkjon it complains about not finding /boot05:00
doojinHymnToLife : synaptic manager didn't explain it was for older version05:00
FarrisGI see tons of unresolved forum posts with the same problem as well05:00
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HymnToLifethe wiki does ;)05:00
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HymnToLife!nvidia05:00
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto05:00
TheFettManmbrnoob: did you look at my solution to my external harddrive issue?05:00
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doojinnvidia-xconfig requires me to remove nvidia-glx05:00
mbrnoobno I missed it, thefettman05:00
kaje1well, compiz seems to be working fine except I am still losing my window frames (titlebar, minimize button, close button)05:00
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canitohi all05:00
doojinnvidia-xconfig wants to get rid of nvidia-glx05:00
TheFettManmbrnoob: I will paste it05:00
mbrnoobI don't even have my usb drive plugged in anymore05:01
kaje1anyone have any ideas of what could be causing that?05:01
TheFettManmbrnoob: I just installed Ubuntu Edgy on an external HDD and it wouldn't boot Ubuntu until I went and changed sda in the /boot/grub/menu.lst and the /etc/fstab to sdb (this must be done so grub doesn't try to read the internal harddrive)05:01
Chestis the most current Nvidia driver for ubuntu 1.0-8776?05:01
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doojinok05:01
doojinHymnToLife, arrenlex : I remove nvidia-glx and install nvidia-xconfig05:01
HymnToLifeChest, for _which_ ubuntu ?05:01
Chestsorry, edgy05:01
HymnToLifedoojin, don't !05:01
Music_ShuffleHymnToLife, ...too late, ne?05:02
HymnToLife:/05:02
doojinHymnToLife : why not?05:02
Music_Shufflelol05:02
HymnToLifereinstall nvidia-glx, then05:02
doojinI reinstalled nvidia-glx05:02
canitoanyone have a repository for the latest listen audio player release (0.5) or a .deb package?, the edgy package is old :(05:02
TheFettManmbrnoob: in Linux your external drives are always hdb or sdb while the internal drives are hda or sda (assuming you have only 1 internal and 1 external drive)05:02
doojinalready05:02
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HymnToLifedoojin, because nvidia-xconfig is part of the nvidia-glx package05:02
arrenlexcanito: You could always compile it.05:02
d99nanyone know how to disable automatic login from the console on edgy?05:02
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ChestNvidia's site says 974605:02
HymnToLifeand if you instal nvidia-xconfig with it's own packaghe05:02
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HymnToLifeit will remove nvidia-glx, which you need05:03
mbrnoobwhen I look at my menu.lst I don't even see an entry for fiesty.  it looks just like it did before I tried to install anything05:03
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VilhelmsWhat would be a good way to run a 3d game and be able to switch over to gnome and back? I tried switching workspaces with key bindings but they don't seem to work when running a game in fullscreen.05:03
TheFettManmbrnoob: so if you have not changed grub's menu.lst file and the /etc/fstab file it will try to read from the internal drive05:03
doojinHymnToLife : In synaptic manager, installing nvidia-xconfig requires removing nvidia-glx05:03
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HymnToLifedoojin, don't instal nvidia-xconfig05:03
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HymnToLifeit's already part of nvidia-glx package05:03
Music_ShuffleVilhelms, multiple X sessions maybe?05:03
HymnToLifejust run the command from a terminal05:03
mbrnoobright now I want it to read from the internal drive05:03
canitoarrenlex: I have problems compiling it, problems with one dependence, mutagen05:03
doojinHymnToLife : so it all comes back to the beginning05:03
eniacpxCan I set my Linux router up to accept remote authentication requests?05:03
TheFettManmbrnoob: in that case try adding an entry for feisty, I don't know the entry for feisty but a couple googles would find it I assume05:04
eniacpxfrom within the LAN05:04
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doojinHymnToLife : what command?05:04
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arrenlex!python-mutagen | canito05:04
ubotucanito: python-mutagen: audio metadata editing library. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.7.1-0ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 66 kB, installed size 368 kB05:04
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HymnToLifedoojin, sudo nvidia-xconfig05:04
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doojinHymnToLife : The synaptic manager said "sudo nvidia-glx-config enable"05:04
Chestdamn, 1.0-8776 was released in October.05:05
HymnToLifedoojin, and I say nvidia-xconfig05:05
HymnToLifethe wiki says that too05:05
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HymnToLife!nvidia05:05
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto05:05
doojinHymnToLife : Why does the synaptic manager say wrong commands?05:05
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HymnToLifedoojin, it was right for Dapper and older05:05
Chestubotu: that doesn't install the latest drivers.05:05
HymnToLifenot in Edgy05:05
threethirtyHi everyone05:05
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Chestit installs the latest Ubuntu drivers.05:05
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doojinHymnToLife : so the description wasn't updated05:06
VilhelmsWhat would be a good way to run a 3d game and be able to switch over to gnome and back? I tried switching workspaces with key bindings but they don't seem to work when running a game in fullscreen. I tried multiple X sessions but that seems to give me horrible performance05:06
HymnToLifeChest, it wasn't for you.. anyway, define "latest"05:06
TheFettManmbrnoob: have you any success?05:06
elyon225Chest: It installs CONFIRMED working drivers :)05:06
ezekiel72anyone in here used ubuntu as a server?05:06
eniacpxelyon225, I do05:06
Chestyeah, well that aint the latest05:06
HymnToLifeezekiel72, I'm using it as a server right now05:06
Chestfrom nvidias site05:06
ezekiel72how is it?05:06
elyon225eniacpx: You do what?05:06
canitoarrenlex: I have it, but I get the "ImportError: Need mutagen >= 1.8" error, and I already have the 1.10.1 version05:06
cyrisezekiel72: i do at work, domain controler05:06
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mbrnoobhere is my menu.lst http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6511/05:06
ezekiel72so would you suggest it for a easy to run server?05:06
HymnToLifeI'm pretty sure the wiki page has instructions about installing the nvidia one05:06
eniacpxelyon225: Use Ubuntu as a server05:06
TheFettManmbrnoob: I found this forum topic on ubuntuforums.org it should help.. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=35696305:06
Chestconsidering 8776 is 3 generations removed, I'd say the drivers work okay.05:06
elyon225eniacpx: I didn't ask that ;)05:07
Chestubuntu is just slackin'05:07
BrismetalHi guys, I'm getting ":-( Not an MMC unit!" errors when trying to use GnomeBaker with my Pioneer DVD-109 drive.  It fails burning and spits that out (only about 20 seconds after I click burn)  What can I try?05:07
cyrisezekiel72: ubuntu works great as a domain controler for windows05:07
HymnToLifeit's not difficult anyway, install headers and b-e, run the shell script, voil05:07
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elyon225Chest: So why don't you get onto the Ubuntu team and tell them? ;)05:07
cor1how do you fix broken packages05:07
eniacpxelyon225: Oops. :)05:07
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Chestelyon225: i'm sure they know05:07
ezekiel72so do you guys who run ubuntu as a server, do you have pretty good jobs?05:07
cor1!broken05:07
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about broken - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:07
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cor1!broken packages05:08
spua7ezekiel72: yes05:08
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about broken packages - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:08
HymnToLifeezekiel72, I don't have any, I'm a student :p05:08
ezekiel72spua7 what do yo udo?05:08
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Chestporn star05:08
spua7IT Manager05:08
kaje1!pastebin05:08
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)05:08
zythcult leader05:08
spua7Chest: not any more ;-)05:08
ezekiel72cool cool05:08
Chestno, i meant me.05:08
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spua7ezekiel72: and you?05:08
TheFettManmbrnoob: your entries between end default options and end debian automagic kernels look similar to mine as far as how many, the kernel versions and such05:09
ChestChest_Rockwell, Brock Landers....05:09
eniacpxCan I use my Samba PDC as a central authentication server for windows AND linux clients?05:09
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test3Dwhat is the package to install for the new 3D windowmanager stuff in Xorg?05:09
TheFettManmbrnoob: I found this forum topic on ubuntuforums.org it should help.. http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=35696305:09
gradinChest: no way your a porn star05:09
doojinHymnToLife : Who runs the ubuntu wiki?05:09
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elyon225zyth: Which cult?  Mormon?  Spaghetti Monster? J. Witness?05:09
mbrnoobthanks fett, I'l go read that05:09
BrismetalI'm also getting ":-( unable to MODE SELECT: Input/output error05:09
Brismetal"05:09
HymnToLifedoojin, the Ubuntu community (i.e. lots of people)05:09
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cor1How you Fix Broken Packegaes05:09
elyon225!beryl | test3D05:09
ubotutest3D: Beryl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. See http://forum.beryl-project.org/ - Help in #ubuntu-effects05:09
zythelyon225, First United Church of the FSM.05:09
spua7ezekiel72: why did you ask05:09
HymnToLifeelyon225, Free Software ? :p05:09
cor1packages*05:09
elyon225zyth: Gotcha05:10
test3Dthanks05:10
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ahave_could some one name me a distro that would resemble vista in terms of UI flash that has a liveCD?05:10
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elyon225test3D: If you have an NVidia card, I highly recommend using the automatic install script instructions :)05:10
cyrisezekiel72: i think i have a good job :D05:10
test3Dso jsut install beryl and I am done?05:10
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Brismetalahh well, look like yet another thing I need to boot back into windows to do then (burning a CD) damn05:10
HymnToLifeahave_, you could try Sabayon has Beryl enabled by default05:10
elyon225test3D: Go to www.beryl-project.org and start there.05:10
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HymnToLifetest3D, support for Beryl in #ubuntu-effects, please05:10
elyon225test3D: Don't follow the Ubuntu wiki... doesn't work very well.05:11
Chestberyl has gotten sophisticated.05:11
test3Delyon225  hmm can you point me to those instructions? I havea 6800nvidia05:11
Chestthe beryl manager is nice.05:11
elyon225test3D: Sure... one sec and I'll give you the precise link.05:11
test3Dthakns...05:11
elyon225Chest\05:11
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elyon225Chest: I love it :)05:11
Chestme too05:11
cyrisezekiel72: linux is a great addition to any resume.05:11
VilhelmsWhat would be a good way to run a 3d game and be able to switch over to gnome and back? I tried switching workspaces with key bindings but they don't seem to work when running a game in fullscreen. I tried multiple X sessions but that seems to give me horrible performance05:11
Chestaltho my gfx card is shite05:11
test3D  beryl-manager: Depends: beryl-core which is a virtual package.05:12
test3Dhmm?05:12
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ahave_HymnToLife, thanks05:12
HymnToLifetest3D, support for Beryl in #ubuntu-effects, please05:12
elyon225Vilhelms: Just like Windows, switching between a 3D game and the desktop isn't a good idea.05:12
test3Dthakns. Hy05:12
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Vilhelmselyon225, I used to do it fine in Windows... never had a problem05:13
doojinBeryl is a movie player05:13
elyon225test3D: What version of Ubuntu do you have?05:13
elyon225doojin: No, it's not.05:13
riotkittieBeryl is a window manager. or something.05:13
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elyon225!beryl05:13
ubotuBeryl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. See http://forum.beryl-project.org/ - Help in #ubuntu-effects05:13
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riotkittiehaving an ati mobiltity m1 chip, i wouldnt know05:13
mbrnoobok rebooting... wish me luck05:14
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riotkittiegl mbrnoob05:14
mike234how do i get a mounted fat 32 drive that is mounted to show up in the computer file browser?05:14
HymnToLifedoojin, no it's not, it's a mineral05:14
cor1gl05:14
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arrenlexberyl is your mom.05:14
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HymnToLifeBe3-Al2-something else05:14
HymnToLifecan't remember it right now05:14
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spua7mike234: browse to the mount point05:15
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riotkittiei wish slack would finish downloading already. arrgh.05:15
Dna^hallo again..05:15
riotkittiei want to copy my ubuntu install over to my external and try booting it. :o05:15
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mike234spua7:  i can do that but is there a way to have a shortcut like the cdrom one?05:15
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Dna^how i can update my ubuntu 5.10 to 6? :S05:16
kitcheriotkittie: hope your not using slackware.com a mirror would be faster05:16
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TheFettManmbrnoob: any success?05:16
spua7yeah use the custom launcher05:16
Patrizio_Mhi05:16
riotkittiekitche: bittorent all the way :D05:16
HymnToLife!breezy | Dna^05:16
ubotuDna^: breezy was the third release of Ubuntu. Version 5.10, codename "Breezy Badger"05:16
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cor1i use azereus05:16
HymnToLifehmm05:16
doojinI want to see a movie player fully supporting korean subtitle and having nice design.05:16
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transgress_what is scrollkeeper-up?05:16
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transgress_it's whoring out my processor atm05:16
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Dna^ubotu can i install the dapper version from terminal?05:17
riotkittietransgress_: try 'whatis scrollkeeper-up' in a term, without the quotes05:17
Patrizio_Mqualcuno italiano?05:17
denardoI'm trying to get emacs running under X ( the non-X version works fine) under Edgy, but the fonts turn into little boxes. Googling suggests that the problem might have something to do with something called Xft, but I have no idea what that is or what to do.05:17
Borattransgress, what?05:17
riotkittieugh. i cant get used to the home/end/pg up/down stuff on my new keyboard05:17
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mbrnoobw05:17
mbrnoobit worked!05:17
mbrnoobfeels good to be home again05:17
arrenlexmbrnoob: Congrats!05:18
Dna^can i install the dapper version from the terminal? :S05:18
arrenlexmbrnoob: Who helped you out?05:18
riotkittiedunno what "it" is, but congrats, mbrnoob05:18
mbrnoobthank you arrenlex, kjon, and thefettman for your help05:18
TheFettManmbrnoob: got it working did you?05:18
transgress_riotkittie: nothing appropriate...05:18
mbrnoobyes, I'm happily back on edgy05:18
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TheFettManmbrnoob: what happened to feisty?05:18
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mbrnoobit's probably still installed on the unplugged usb drive05:19
sean13Hey05:19
denardoI'm frustrated that I can't get something as basic as Emacs to work.05:19
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sean13is xchat gnome that only xchat that is in the repositories?05:19
Dna^i wanna update my ubuntu version (5.10) to 6.1005:19
TheFettManmbrnoob:oh ok so you couldn't get back to using edgy05:19
elyon225Could someone tell me why, when I open a file browser, it quite often will open 4 or more of them?05:19
kitchesean13: no regular xchat is there also05:19
Dr_willisxft = the x font server.. which i dont think is used mych any more05:19
elyon225For example, clicking on Places -> Home will open up about 4 different file browsers of my /home/ directory.05:19
Dr_willisi think.. or was that xfs05:19
kitcheDr_willis: xfs is a filesystem :)05:20
mbrnoobright.  installing fiesty to the external killed grub so I couldn't boot back to edgy on my internal05:20
sean13kitche: i've enabled main and universe but I can only find xchat-gnome, I can't find ethereal or wireshark either05:20
Dr_williskitche,  thats why i said it was the font server. :)05:20
kitche!xchat05:20
ubotuxchat: IRC client for X similar to AmIRC. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.6.6-0ubuntu3 (edgy), package size 275 kB, installed size 760 kB05:20
denardoDr_willis: So any idea what to do about it?05:20
Dr_willissean13,  you did to a 'apt-get update' after enabling those05:20
doojinI found nvidia driver installation manual in ubuntu.com, but it is written for every distro05:20
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cor1how do you install GAIM 2.0 beta 605:20
Dr_willisdenardo,  not really. i aint messed with emacs in ages.. not seen anyone else in here with that issue.. could check the wiki/forums05:21
cor1!gaim05:21
mbrnoobnow I have to figure out how to boot to fiesty because I do want to try it, but I'll deal with that tomorrow05:21
ubotuInstant Messenger Clients: Gaim (GNOME, http://help.ubuntu.com/community/GaimHowto), Kopete (KDE), both supporting MSN, Jabber, AIM, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, ICQ and IRC.05:21
TheFettManmbrnoob: ah I see, with your external you might be able to get fesity installed and not hurt GRUB by unplugging your internal while you are doing it05:21
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Dna^how i can install ubuntu 6.10 from my 5.10 version05:21
Dna^05:21
mbrnoobI can't unplug my internal.  I'm on a laptop05:21
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cor1gotta rebot brb05:21
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riotkittieoh, question about GRUB and internals and all of that. can you not get around that by just unmounting the internal?05:22
sean13Dr_willis: ha! no I didn't, i'm used to the erlier versions of Ubuntu where it automatically does apt-get update05:22
sean13thanks for reminding me05:22
Dr_willissean13,  where/hen did it do that? :) i never seen that.05:22
riotkittieim also on a laptop, and even if i can find a screwdriver, i'm not at all comfortable with the idea of opening the case and poking around.05:22
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d99nanyone have any luck getting beryl to work with latest kernel distro last week?05:22
TheFettManmbrnoob: oh ok I see05:22
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elyon225When is Feisty stable being released?05:23
riotkittieelyon225: april05:23
sean13Dr_willis: When adding extra repositores using synaptic it would remind you that you needed to refresh05:23
elyon225riotkittie: Oh sweet... not long.05:23
mbrnoobthanks again for your help fettman (and arrenlex and kjon) -- I'm off05:23
elyon225riotkittie: And updating is stable, right?  Or will I need to reinstall it?05:23
Dr_willissean13,  yes.. it still does that if you add them with synaptic..05:23
TheFettManmbrnoob: probably what happening is when you installed GRUB (in the Feisty install screen) you didn't change the GRUB install to hd1 instead of hd0.. I have made the same mistake05:23
valehru__Hey guys, from a DVD how could I make a disc image?05:23
Dr_willissean13,  atleast it did for me the other day05:23
riotkittieelyon225:  that i don't know. sorry.05:23
Dna^hi, how i can update my ubuntu 5.10 to 6.10?05:23
mbrnoobfiesty's install was all automatic05:23
sean13Dr_willis: it didn't for me just there, unless I missed it05:24
sean13brb05:24
mbrnoobI told it it could have its way with the entire hard drive, and that was the thanks I got :)05:24
elyon225I hope they allow a customization of packages during the install of Feisty... that drove me nuts about Ubuntu... no control over what gets installed.05:24
TheFettManvalehru___: you could just a disc copying program and choose copy to an image05:24
valehru__TheFettMan, what one is good for gnome?05:24
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Dr_williselyon225,  dont count on it05:25
Patrizio_Myou read me?05:25
riotkittieelyon225: ive heard that you can do that to some extent if you use the alternate install disc but i have yet to try them myself and am not positive05:25
elyon225Dr_willis: Yeah... just wishful thinking.05:25
mbrnoobarrenlex are you still here?05:25
elyon225riotkittie: I've used the alternative disc and I didn't notice any such option.05:25
riotkittieelyon225: ah. that sucks.05:25
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Dr_willisi think its part of the OEM options05:25
TheFettManvalehru___: I would recommend GnomeBaker it is proclaimed  the best DVD/CD program for Ubuntu05:25
riotkittiei hate having to go through and remove a bunch of stuff that i dont want/need  :\05:25
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TheFettManvalehru___: I have not personally made disc images with it but I assume it is possible05:26
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TheFettManmbrnoob: hmm not having options during an install seems bad for Feisty05:26
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elyon225Dr_willis: Ah...that's possible.  I never ran the oem install05:27
Dna^hi, how i can update my ubuntu 5.10 to 6.10?05:27
mbrnoobI'll work on it some more and report back fettman.  right now I have to leave05:27
d99nanyone know how to disable automatic login from the console?  latest updated killed beryl and now i'm automatically logged into a white screen05:27
mbrnoobthanks again05:27
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hanasakisuddenly... my firefox takes about 20 mins to come up after choosing a profile in profilemanager... The CPU is not in high utilization...   anyone have an idea where to look?  I have totally killed all profiles under the userID and made a new profile.. the results are the same... this started after installing the flash9 plugin from the script on macromedia's sitte05:27
Dna^hi, how i can update my ubuntu 5.10 to 6.10?05:28
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doojinhi05:29
doojinAfter I executed "sudo nvidia-xconfig" and rebooted, xserver works05:29
doojinBut05:29
doojinThe screen resolution is limited05:30
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doojinIt was 1280x1024 previously05:30
ultimatehey guys05:30
arrenlexhanasaki: mv ~/.mozilla ~/.mozilla.bak05:30
bleanna_unuxhey. i have a 320 gb drive and it seems i only get 298 GB out of it, does that seem correct?05:30
FlimFlamMan"ipw3945: radio frequency kill switch is on.  kill switch must be turned off for wireless networking to work."  <--- anyone know how to fix this??05:30
ultimatecan anyone tell me what i can do to fix my sound05:30
doojinAfter "sudo nvidia-xconfig", it was limited to 1024x76805:30
hanasakiarrenlex: fyi.. thunderbird is slow to come up too05:30
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hanasakisame issue?05:30
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ultimateit was working before but after reinstalling it totally dissapeared05:30
doojinWhat is wrong?05:30
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arrenlexhanasaki: It's just a suggestion to try. It might not help.05:30
ultimatewhen i go to preferences sound i see nothing under default sound05:31
RamiKassabhey guys I've looked everywhere and can't find an application for Linux that enables you to make notes on PDFs. Does anyone know of one?05:31
hanasakiarrenlex: nope.. no help :( same issue05:31
bauer77DNa^ I think you need to go upgrade to 6. 06 Dapper and then to Edgy Eft05:31
doojinhmm05:31
RamiKassabobviously acroread doesn't allow for that but the full version of acrobat has the capability of adding notes to PDFs05:31
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RamiKassabI tried installing Scribus and it doesn't do what I want either05:31
RamiKassabin fact it can't even open the PDF I want to work on05:31
pilgrimHi, from the "services" program I stopped acpid and then I couldn't start it again (would say somfile in /proc was busy or something) so I uninstalled acpid and some things that depended on it. Now I can't install it because it fails at configuration with this error: invoke-rc.d: initscript acpid, action "start" failed.05:32
pilgrimCould someone please help?05:32
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car_wattahh hi ~ im have problem with my sound card I have a sound blaster car and speaker 5.105:32
bauer77Me personally would back up the important info and do a fresh install.05:32
car_wattbut only 2 speker has a sound05:32
binarydigitRamiKassab: http://www.ecademix.com/JohannesHofmann/flpsed.html05:32
ultimatei just want sound05:32
ultimatei got nothing05:32
ultimateyou know how annoying that is05:32
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ultimatei finally got beryl to work to05:32
ultimatetoo05:32
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ultimateand now the osund goes kaput05:33
doojinarrenlex : do you see me?05:33
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doojinarrenlex : you know why the screen resolution is limited to 1024x768 after "sudo nvidia-xconfig"?05:33
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TheFettManvalehru___: have you tried GnomeBaker?05:33
cafuego_RamiKassab: Uh, acroread?05:34
Sulo_Seppa5.04 was so nice.. what happened?05:34
valehru__TheFettMan, Doing it now in Gnomebaker05:34
TheFettManvalehru___: allrgiht tell me the result05:34
RamiKassabcafuego: acroread for linux doesn't have that capability05:34
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valehru__TheFettMan, seems to be working fine05:34
RamiKassabcafuego: or I'm just looking in the wrong place05:34
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RamiKassabbinarydigit: I will give flpsed a try05:35
pilgrimbauer77: was that a suggestion for me?05:35
TheFettManvalehru___: allrgiht I guess all there is to do now is test the iso05:35
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Sulo_Seppaany gnome users switching for kde4?05:35
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gverigHowdy! I'm in my 3rd day trying to straighten out 6.10 with varying luck. Right now I am trying to battle sound- sometime after boot up Ubuntu does not see my card (onboard chipset really) but that might be a hardware issue (have had it for a while with windows too). But often after it sees sound card and produces sound on startup it then drops sound. Not a peek. Apps look like they are  playing05:36
bauer77pilgrim: no what is your issue05:36
TheFettManwhat is kde4? is it less clunky than the kde on knoppix05:36
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pilgrimbauer77: long one....read above.05:36
cafuego_RamiKassab: Hmm, looks like it does indeed not allow you to.05:36
pilgrimbauer77: can't copy and paste coz I'm lockedo ut of the gui05:36
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nickreynoldsdoes anyone know if its possible to run the X display through putty on a windows machine05:36
bauer77I see it Pilgrim. Do you remember what the PID number was?05:37
TheFettMangverig: I had issues woth sound when I was using Ubuntu for the first time05:37
Sulo_Seppawhy putty?05:37
bauer77That doesnt look so good05:37
FlimFlamMan"ipw3945: radio frequency kill switch is on.  kill switch must be turned off for wireless networking to work."  <--- anyone know how to fix this??05:37
Sulo_Seppait'd work...05:37
pilgrimbauer77: pid of what?05:37
opshdsI have windows xp on my primary drive as my primary os, I want to install the latest Ubuntu release (edgy?) as a dual boot option. I've tried the exe install and I ended up with a hardware error, couldn't find the drive or something along those lines05:37
bauer77of the process that you stopped05:37
RamiKassabcafuego: yah unfortunately :(05:37
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arrenlexFlimFlamMan: Flip the button on your laptop to enable wireless =P05:37
opshdsAnyone have any suggestions?05:37
doojinarrenlex : you know why the screen resolution is limited to 1024x768 after "sudo nvidia-xconfig"?05:37
gverigTheFettMan: heh... I have had issues with it almost every time I installed it. Any suggestions what to look for?05:37
cafuego_stupid @%^$%& closed source software ;-)05:37
bauer77opshds: are you selecting to install in on the second partition?05:37
bimberinickreynolds: No. You'd need VNC or FreeNX05:37
arrenlex!fixres | doojin05:38
ubotudoojin: 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/FixVideoResolutionHowto05:38
FlimFlamManarrenlex: i tried that - on one setting, wireless doesnt work.  on another setting, i get a "soft lockup on cpu#0" and the boot process freezes.05:38
nickreynoldsis the anyway to initate a session in X display via the command line05:38
pilgrimbauer77: oh...I was using the System> admin>processes thing to "stop" the process...I think it acutally stops it from running on startup05:38
nickreynoldsi have a standalone box without mouse, keyboard, or monitor05:38
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cafuego_pilgrim: No, it only stops it running now. (Doesn't  kill it, stops it)05:39
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opshdsbauer66 it's actually a second hard drive...05:39
opshdsbauer7705:39
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TheFettMangverig: I have a soundcard and an onboard sound device so I disabled the onboard sound and that fixed it, although going to the ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu_Edgy should help05:39
bauer77opshds what is the drive currently formatted as?05:39
Comrade-Sergeihow can i tell what version of ubuntu im using? a command05:39
cafuego_pilgrim: If you need it to not start at bootup, use system>admin>services05:39
hak0installing ubuntu from the network ? anyone ?05:39
cafuego_Comrade-Sergei: lsb_release -a05:39
Comrade-Sergeithanks05:39
Comrade-Sergei'i forgot05:39
pilgrimcafuego_: I have no idea what happened in that case. All I did was uncheck the "acpid" and then I notice no battery information was present and then tried to start it up using shell but to no avail05:39
doojinarrenlex : thanks05:39
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pilgrimcafuego_: that's what I used05:40
Comrade-SergeiYES IM UP TO EDGY NOW!05:40
TheFettMangverig: just search for sound on the page and look at all of the things and try ones that seem appropriate05:40
Comrade-Sergeihehe05:40
pilgrimcafuego_: I was just goofing around and looking for service I don't use....didn't know acpid was needed05:40
imbecile_hey i'm installing kdm when i reboot i should be able to pick desktops correct?05:40
tonyyarusso!netinstall | hak005:40
ubotuhak0: Ubuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DapperReleaseNotes/UbiquityKnownIssues05:40
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cafuego_pilgrim: It's not strictly needed05:40
tonyyarussoimbecile_: yes05:40
gverigTheFettMan: k, thanks05:40
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S0nyXhello, i'm having probles running the ./configuration command... i get the following error: checking for C compiler default output... configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables can anyone help me?05:41
opshdsbauer77 the primary drive is NTFS with nrldr as the boot loader the second drive is, fat3205:41
cafuego_pilgrim: But if you like cpu speed scaling, system suspend and system status monitoring it's kinda handy.05:41
kitcheS0nyX: did you install build-essential?05:41
imbecile_ok i'll bbiam im gonna try out kde05:41
opshdsbauer77 and clean05:41
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imbecile_*poof*05:41
TheFettMangverig: check back and see if any of those things work05:41
pilgrimcafuego_: but anyway...ubuntu-destkop depends on it....so when trying to "fix" it I completely removed everything that depended on it and itself (apcid) now can't get it to install again coz it fails at config.05:41
S0nyXhow do i check if it05:41
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S0nyXif it is installed*05:42
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cafuego_S0nyX: It's not.05:42
cafuego_S0nyX: (dpkg -l build-erssential)05:42
TheFettManS0nyX: just do sudo aptitude install build-essential05:42
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cafuego_Also, use --prefix=/usr/local05:42
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skyfishHi all, when I type beryl into the terminal, it says detected xserver AIGLX; is it possible to change it to XGL?05:42
cafuego_or a packaged version of what you're building05:43
kitcheskyfish: yes install XGL05:43
S0nyXok so i just write dpkg -l build-erssential on the terminal?05:43
pilgrimcafuego_: so the question becomes how do I resolve this issue: invoke-rc.d: initscript acpid, action "start" failed.05:43
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cafuego_skyfish: I'm 99% sure you don't want XGL over AIGLX.05:43
skyfishkitche: I think I've done that through synaptic05:43
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gverigTheFettMan: alsa-utils restart helped :-\ last time I had sh*t like that it was due to multiple engines trying to access DSP05:43
skyfishkitche: so I'm not sure why it's still detecting AIGLX05:43
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kitcheskyfish: probably because when you log in your not using xgl your just use xserver-xorg05:44
skyfishcafuego: I'm using fglrx so I can't use AIGLX05:44
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cafuego_Ah, heh. ATI. I'll shut up then.05:44
TheFettMangverig: so sound is working?05:44
cafuego_pilgrim: It might depend on something else, dunno.05:44
TheFettMangverig: could you clue me in I am not familiar with with DSP05:44
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S0nyXNo packages found matching build-essential.05:44
skyfishkitche: yup~ I tried logging in with an xgl session and it gave me a white screen and I read one of the solutions would be to manually launch beryl through a normal Gnome session05:45
skyfishcafuego_: hehe, np xD05:45
TheFettManS0nyX: just download build-essential from the internet and sudo dpkg -i the package05:45
tonyyarussoskyfish: FYI, my card recently started working for AIGLX under the free driver in Feisty.05:45
opshdsbauer77 Another problem I've had is my system will completely reboot after the initial boot screen for the live cds loads initrd... no error messages, just a reboot to my graphics card bios05:45
ferret_0567With the Xubuntu 6.10 alternate CD installer, can I install GRUB on a XFS file system with the bootable flag that is on hdb?05:45
S0nyXi'm using synaptic package manager05:45
S0nyXis that ok?05:45
imbecileK i installed k desktop environment so now i have gnome as well... how do i choose between the 2 desktops05:46
cafuego_d'oh! d'oh! d'oh!05:46
skyfishtonyyarusso: do you mean the radeon driver?05:46
arrenleximbecile: Log out and choose a different session in gdm.05:46
tonyyarussoskyfish: yes.05:46
imbecilearrenlex,  how do i choose the other session?05:46
sethkimbecile, at the login screen, click on session, choose which one you want05:46
pilgrimcafuego_: so, since you're like the top dog in this channel, where do I turn to now?05:47
imbecileahhh ok05:47
TheFettManS0nyX: use the terminal and type sudo aptitude install build-essential (you can copy and paste this in the terminal using shift+ctrl+v)05:47
imbecilethanks you guys05:47
skyfishtonyyarusso: which model is your card? I hesitated using the Radeon 1 because for my card it says 3D is only experimental05:47
imbecilebbiam05:47
TheFettMangverig: so sound is working?05:47
tonyyarussoskyfish: Radeon Mobility X300 (common laptop model, I think)05:47
pilgrimcafuego_: how do I further discect this command: sudo --configure acpid ?05:47
S0nyXohh, ok, thanks05:47
skyfishtonyyarusso: k thanx, I'll give it a go ^^05:47
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tonyyarussoskyfish: And it's not perfect yet either, but I can get compiz to work, mostly.05:48
cafuego_pilgrim: Check /var/lib/dpkg/info/acpid.postinst05:48
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skyfishskyfish: alright, I'll give it a go but one more question though05:48
S0nyXE: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (11 Resource temporarily unavailable) - E: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), is another process using it?05:48
S0nyX << i got those errors05:48
cafuego_pilgrim: Run that manually after adding 'set -x' to the top somewhere, it'll spit out debug info.05:48
TheFettManwhat do you use DSP for??05:48
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skyfishtonyyarusso: I'm dualbooting with the card on the driver that came in the box on XP05:49
a1megaAnyone know of an easy way to bump up the display resolution past 1024 x 768?05:49
TheFettManS0nyX: that happens when you have synaptic open while trying to install in the terminal just cloase synaptic05:49
skyfishtonyyarusso: if I change to the opensource driver will this affect the card in XP?05:49
tonyyarussoskyfish: shouldn't05:49
skyfishtonyyarusso: kk, thanx ^^05:49
tonyyarussoJust an xorg.conf config, totally internal to the OS>05:50
pilgrimcafuego_: k. lemme try05:50
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S0nyXohh ok, done anything else i have to do?05:50
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S0nyXi got a new error: configure: error: cannot find setupterm or tgetent any idea what do i need to fix thisone?05:52
a1megaI was encouraged to make the switch to Ubuntu when my hard drive would not let Windows ME run or re-install.05:53
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sethkS0nyX, you need ncurses05:54
sethkS0nyX, including the dev packages05:54
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bjoyce_hello05:54
Icehawk78Can someone point me in the direction of where I need to go to enable DynDNS to upadte my IP on my server?05:54
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a1megaI think it was because there were some bad sectors on my Hard Drive. But Ubuntu recognized and fix this after trying to load it twice! Cool!05:54
pilgrimcafuego_: this command is called "invoke-rc.d acpid start" and then says that  it's loading acpid modules successfully...but then fails to start with this: invoke-rc.d: initscript acpid, action "start" failed.05:54
cafuego_pilgrim: Add a 'set -x' to /etc/init.d/acpid too05:55
bjoyce_Hi, Im trying to mount an external USB 2.0 Hard drive. Not having much luck, can anyone help?05:55
S0nyXi used search on synaptic for ncurses and i got a whole bunch of ncurses whichone do i install05:55
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Icehawk78!dyndns | me05:56
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dyndns - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:56
Kr0ntabsudo apt-get dyndns-client05:56
sethkS0nyX, the most recent one, and as I said you need both the run time and the dev parts.05:56
macdKr0ntab, + install05:57
Kr0ntabwoops05:57
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Kr0ntab<-- goober...    sudo apt-get install dyndns-client05:57
Icehawk78krontab: It wants me to explicitly select a specific one to install05:57
Icehawk78Package dyndns-client is a virtual package provided by:05:57
Icehawk78  ez-ipupdate 3.0.11b8-10ubuntu105:57
Icehawk78  ddclient 3.6.7-2ubuntu305:57
Icehawk78You should explicitly select one to install.05:57
Icehawk78E: Package dyndns-client has no installation candidate05:57
pilgrimcafuego_: right before it fails, this is run: start-stop-daemon --start --quiet --exec /usr/sbin/acpid -- -c /etc/acpid/events -s /var/run/acpid.socket05:57
GMWeezelIs there a way to have a script run when the screen saver comes up?05:57
Opah|Muda|Bdghi all05:57
sethkS0nyX, you need libncurses, libncurses-dev.  you don't need ruby support, don't need 64 unless you are running 64 bit, etc.05:57
sethkS0nyX, but the pieces are small enough that no harm will be done if you install a few that you don't need05:58
cafuego_pilgrim: Ok, as root, run '/usr/sbin/acpid -- -c /etc/acpid/events -s /var/run/acpid.socket'05:58
macdIcehawk78, ez-ipupdate is the GUI-fied version.05:58
Kr0ntabI havent used the dyndns package before, but check out those packages for more info.05:58
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Icehawk78So if I have no gui installed, then I want the ddclient?05:58
macdyep.05:58
Kr0ntabyep05:58
sakobatonekoanybody know where can i get a library ld.so05:58
sakobatoneko?05:58
pilgrimcafuego_: with sudo you mean?05:58
Opah|Muda|Bdgskype not running at ubuntu 5.10, why? help me please ^^!05:59
macdIcehawk78,  then you'll do your config in /etc/ddclient/ddclient.conf05:59
cafuego_pilgrim: yup05:59
pilgrimk05:59
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sakobatonekoonline or sudo05:59
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Icehawk78Thanks much, both of you.05:59
justdaveI installed network-manager-gnome in Edgy and now gnome hangs with a blank window in the upper left corner when I log in.  I tried uninstalling it from the command line, but it didn't help.  If I just leave it and come back 15 minutes later I eventually get a dialog box saying it couldn't start the GNOME settings daemon.05:59
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justdaveanyone know what I broke?06:00
doojinhi06:00
doojinI tried06:00
doojinBut the screen resolution doesn't go higher06:00
sakobatonekoanybody know?06:00
GMWeezelIs it possible to execute a bash script when the Xorg screen saver is run such as one to dismount a volume?06:00
bjoyce_sorry nope.06:00
Icehawk78macd: Actually, one other question (for now)... What is the "interface used" for the Dynamic DNS service?06:00
S0nyXsethk it worked, thanks alot06:01
pilgrimcafuego_: (this is the error I use to get initally after I remove the acpid package) and I'm getting it when running the command you just said with sudo: acpid: can't open /proc/acpi/event: Device or resource busy06:01
justdaveif I do a ps listing while it's hung, it looks like the last process that started was gnome-keyring-daemon06:01
sethkS0nyX, np06:01
macdIcehawk78, as in eth0, etc.06:01
Icehawk78Oh, oaky.06:01
S0nyXwhich is a good identserver? any idea?06:01
cafuego_pilgrim: Ok, I'd recommend a reboot.06:01
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macdIcehawk78, if your using NAT or something make sure to include use=web in your config.06:02
bjoyce_Hi06:02
Opah|Muda|Bdgmy skype help me please ^^!,06:02
AVN`what do I use to open rars?06:02
AVN`file-roller is not working06:03
macdOpah|Muda|Bdg, perhaps if you provided more info other than skype not running ubuntu 5.10 we could help you06:03
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bjoyce_AVN: in windows use winrar06:03
Icehawk78macd, I currently have use=if, if=eth006:03
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Icehawk78But I am behind a NAT06:03
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S0nyXnow i'm getting an error running make, (make[1] : *** [ctcp.o]  Error 1) how do i fix thisone?06:03
macdIcehawk78, that will set your dyndns info to eth0's IP, you want use=web06:03
Icehawk78Ah, okay.06:03
pilgrimcafuego_: will the starting of gdm cause this resource to get busy?06:03
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AVN`bjoyce_ I am using ubuntu ... why would I be using windows?06:04
cafuego_pilgrim: It certainly should not.06:04
pilgrimcafuego_: k. be back in a jiffy06:04
justdavemy suspicion is that I got something that shouldn't be into the config for gnome-keyring, but I can't find the settings for that on the filesystem to try to investigate that06:04
Galliusdoes anyone know why i am receiving a ton of packets when I am on ubuntu but not when im on windows?06:04
Icehawk78macd: Do I need to restart the ddclient process now?06:04
bjoyce_AVN: therer is a linux comand line program, Its got heaps of switches.  the name escapes me at the moment06:04
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macdIcehawk78, I would issue "sudo /etc/init.d/ddclient restart"06:05
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GMWeezelIs there an application to gray scale svg icons?06:05
macdAVN`, to untar something? install "ark"06:05
Icehawk78Excellent, thanks much for the help again.06:05
jrattnerAnyone know how to use the Water effect in beryl06:05
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macdIcehawk78, the beauty of a large user based community ;P06:05
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Icehawk78Indeed.06:06
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patrialtdoes ubuntu have any sort of Firewalling?06:06
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KasoMy firefox seems to have lost the ability to save its configuration, anyone know whats up?06:06
patrialtIm using Azureus right now, and it thinks im behind a firewall06:06
macdpatrialt, you can install GUI frontends for iptables.06:06
macdpatrialt, your prolly behind a NAT.06:06
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patrialti already configured my port forwarding macd06:06
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macdpatrialt, well by default, if you have not installed firestarter or something similar there are no firewall rules.06:07
pilgrimcafuego: k. now what?06:07
elyon225Kaso: My guess would be that your ~/.mozilla/ directory probably has the wrong permissions applied to it.06:07
bjoyce_AVN, rar is the command in linux.06:07
patrialtmacd any idea why Azureus thinks im behind a firewall then?06:07
S0nyXhas anyone installed BitchX on ubuntu yet?06:08
pdxkid03hi all - what is this 'red line' marker in x-chat?  i've never understood it.  thanks06:08
macdKaso, yes, just do 'ls -al ~/.mozilla'  make sure that matches your username.06:08
cafuego_S0nyX: Of course not, we use irssi.06:08
justdaveKaso: you probably ran it while in sudo and it changed your profile permissions to root, so now you can't write to it under your normal user06:08
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transgress_patrialt: could think you're behind a firewall because your isp is blocking bt... what port do you use for it?06:08
cafuego_pilgrim: Did it boot up with acpi working properly?06:08
patrialtim using port 6334306:08
justdaveKaso: sudo chown -R you:you .firefox06:08
macdpatrialt, your machine uses DHCP? if so I bet your port forwarding doesnt match your currently assigned IP, if not then I dont really have another guess06:08
transgress_hmm06:08
justdaveKaso: and see if that helps06:08
bjoyce_Can anyone help me connecting a USB external HDD06:08
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macdbjoyce_, plug it in.06:09
patrialtAhh, would my linux have a diff ip than my windows ?06:09
bjoyce_LOL06:09
bjoyce_Done that06:09
macdpatrialt, its a good guess.06:09
macdbjoyce_, did you get a dialog on the screen asking what you want todo with your newly mounted volume?06:09
patrialthow can i find my lan ip with ubunut?06:09
patrialtubuntu*06:09
S0nyXso irssi is better than BitchX?06:09
patrick_hey06:10
kitchepatrialt: ifconfig look for ip06:10
macdpatrialt, in console type 'ifconfig' , it will be the eth0 if your adapter is wired ethernet06:10
bjoyce_No, I can copy past the var/log/messages if you want06:10
patrialtk ty06:10
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macdbjoyce_, be sure not to paste it in the channel.06:10
hossasaursince i've installed ubuntu, i've had trouble with sound.  when i plug headphones into my laptop, the sound does not play through the headphones, and still plays through the speakers.  i own an hp dv2035us laptop.06:11
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hossasaurhow can i fix this?06:11
matjuif i type Compose _ a, I get  ... how do i get the macron a letter instead?06:11
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bjoyce_OK,  messages listed that the USB storage device was there but it had an I/O error.06:11
pilgrimcafuego_: acpid isn't installed yet. It fails at configuration stage.06:12
macdbjoyce_, is the external disk formatted in NTFS by chance?06:12
bjoyce_yes06:12
macdbjoyce_, then you wont be using it anytime soon ;)06:12
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bjoyce_OK, so reformat in win32?06:12
macdbjoyce_, you should use the windows NTFS to FAT32 migration tool06:12
patrialtmacd turns out my dual boot system was confusing me :P windows was telling me my ip ended with .102 and linux says .10106:13
macdyou will not loose data if you use the tool, if you format you loose the data therein06:13
bjoyce_OK, I would have to do that on a windows box06:13
macdpatrialt, that'll do it ;)06:13
cafuego_pilgrim: still?06:14
pilgrimcafuego_: after last reboot06:14
pilgrimcafuego_: I haven't tried installing it06:14
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pilgrimcafuego_: waiting for your instructions.06:14
duckdown//Hey all... How can I foce a program that doesn't have built-in SOCKS firewall support to route all of its traffic through mine?  Like I have a SOCKS proxy listening on localhost:1234 , but Opera web browser has no SOCKS support (lame.)  I seem to remember a program like 'socksify' or something that you can prefix the program you want to run with.. (It's not socksify though, cause I installed it and the manpage shows nothing like th06:14
cafuego_Ah ok, retry installation :-)06:14
duckdownat)H06:14
patrialthehe thanks again macd06:14
patrialtthe linux community really reaches out :P06:14
patrialtwindows = tech snobs06:14
macdIm a former MVP -AD06:15
macdput that in your head ;)06:15
patrialtlol06:15
pilgrimcafuego_: failed the same way again06:15
patrialtMost Valuable Player -AD?06:15
macdmvps.org06:15
patrialtxD06:15
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pilgrimcafuego_: that /proc/acpi/event thing is still busy.06:15
pilgrimthis is frustrating06:15
cafuego_pilgrim: then I'm out of ideas...06:16
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pilgrimcafuego_: hmm...well, thanks for trying06:16
patrialtahhh06:16
gverigOK, im back... I can't configure Flash to play sound :( Any ideas other then vi /etc/firefox/firefoxrc -> set to "aoss"?06:17
pilgrimcafuego_: is there a way to "upgrade" my whole system to the 6.10 edition again?06:17
pilgrimcafuego_: kind of a fresh start on things06:17
cafuego_pilgrim: Well... I guess what you could do is use a cd to install 6.10 afresh, without easing the installation disk.06:18
cafuego_without erasing06:18
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cafuego_pilgrim: You;'d need to manually remove all directories, except for /home and be sure to backup /etc06:18
hossasaursince i've installed ubuntu, i've had trouble with sound.  when i plug headphones into my laptop, the sound does not play through the headphones, and still plays through the speakers.  i own an hp dv2035us laptop.  as far as i can tell i have the correct drivers for sound and what not.  how can i fix this?06:18
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pilgrimcafuego_: OUCH! That's exactly why I stopped using gentoo. Packages broke and stuff started happening. This sucks.06:19
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orethhey guys06:19
cafuego_pilgrim: If it makes you feel any better, this is the first time I've ever ehard of this happening06:19
bruenig!hi | oreth06:19
ubotuoreth: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!06:19
cafuego_pilgrim: Oh, try this06:19
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orethi've got, what I assume, is a fairly common problem06:19
macdhossasaur, there are some adjustments you can make within system --> administration --> sound06:19
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orethi tried installing 6.10 from the live CD06:20
bruenig!enter | oreth06:20
ubotuoreth: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!06:20
cafuego_pilgrim: Edit the postinst script and comment out the invoke-rc.d call.06:20
cafuego_pilgrim: That way installation should continue06:20
Rufflesis ubiquity (parted) able to resize an ntfs without data loss?06:20
pilgrimcafuego_: true.06:20
orethalright.. let's try this again.06:20
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cafuego_Ruffles: In 9999 out of 10,000 cases.06:20
Rufflesmmmmm.. i see.. thanks06:20
pilgrimcafuego_: where was the postinst script again?06:20
imbecilehey how do i find my hostname un terminal?06:21
CapaHI understand that ubuntu comes with a pre-installed firewall -- how do I use it/is there a gui?06:21
cafuego_pilgrim: /var/lib/dpkg/info/acpid.postinst06:21
orethUsing the 6.10 livecd, i try to install, but it hangs at different places. Now, when trying to run the live cd i get "Cannot mount fs"06:21
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bruenig!firewall | CapaH06:21
ubotuCapaH: 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).06:21
macdCapaH, install firestarter.06:21
cafuego_CapaH: There is a gui, but that's probably not installed.06:21
Rufflesimbecile, your hostname is right after login@06:21
CapaHgreat thanks06:21
cafuego_CapaH: Check /usr/share/doc/iptables/html for full documentation.06:21
macdoreth, Im thinking your burn is bad (try slower speed) or your cdrom = flakey.06:21
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orethmacd: yeah... but that brings me to the next problem: can I burn an x86 ubuntu install from my mac? :P06:22
Frogzoo_!iptables | CapaH06:22
ubotuCapaH: 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).06:22
orethmy PC is the computer I'm installing Ubuntu on.06:22
macdoreth, its an ISO anything can burn it ;)06:22
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User2323hello, what's the best way to backup an ext3 partition?06:22
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macdISO = raw disk image.06:22
pilgrimcafuego_: why is /etc/init.d/acpid still there when acpid package is not installed?06:23
orethmacd: doh. of course.06:23
macdUser2323, I use ghost4linux.06:23
orethsorry: sometimes get the iso/dmg extension mixed up06:23
cafuego_pilgrim: installed, but not configured06:23
Kasojustdave as far as i can tell i own the ~/.mozilla/firefox directory and i have rwx permission but im still not getting config saved in firefox, "drwxrwxr--  3 kaso kaso 4096 2007-02-12 14:39 firefox"06:23
hossasaurmacd: i don't see anything dealing with headphones06:23
User2323macd: how does that work?06:23
macdoreth, yeah iso/img/dmg etc...06:23
macdUser2323, it works fine for me06:23
pilgrimcafuego_: fair enough. k. gonna try to fool it now. cross your fings.06:23
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orethcan't open DMG on windows... can open ISO on anything06:23
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justdaveanyone have any ideas on why GNOME hangs with an error about the gnome settings daemon failing to start every time I log in?06:23
macdoreth, yeah thats why you rename the extension to iso on windows ;)06:24
JackzHey everybody!06:24
JackzI have returned.06:24
borgistajustdave: I have the same issue!06:24
borgistaAfter installing beryl, to no avail.06:24
User2323macd: if I backup and restore the partition, will the permissions be preserved?06:24
borgistaGnome honags, but KDE works.06:24
orethmacd: oh.. you think you're so smart... :P06:24
borgistaGnome apps load after minutes!06:24
orethi feel dumb :(06:24
justdavein my case it was after installing network-manager-gnome06:24
macdUser2323, ghost4linux copies the data bit for bit.06:24
pilgrimcafuego_: seems to have worked. Now going to try to reboot just in case and see if GUI works.06:24
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User2323macd: great, thanks06:24
macdUser2323, it doesnt care about the data, filesystem or anything else.06:24
borgistajustdave: know of any fixes.06:25
cafuego_pilgrim: I'd finish the upgrade first06:25
justdaveif I did I wouldn't be asking ;)06:25
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PeacerI need help with ssh06:25
macdPeacer, how about more info first06:25
Peacerwhere's the ssh config, for when I run an ssh server?06:25
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orethmacd: assuming that the new burn works, but, i still can't mount the Filesystem. is there anyway to take my drive back to null using the ubuntu install?06:25
Peacer:p06:25
pilgrimcafuego_: how?06:25
CapaHUnable to start guarddog firewall - /etc/rc.firewall does not exist06:25
pilgrimcafuego_: I mean, what upgrade?06:25
macdPeacer, /etc/ssh/sshd_config06:25
JackzSo.. new problem.  Feisty's Alpha doesn't boot with artifacts like Edgy, and Dapper did for me.. but now when I try to install the most recent drivers, and then reboot.. it tells me that my xorg config is screwy.  If I do the command installing the drivers told me to, to restore the original xorg config, will I be able to run the drivers?06:26
CapaHthis is after apt-get install guarddog (I am using kde)06:26
justdavethat's pretty much what mine's doing...  everything hangs for about 5 minutes, then all the apps start and I have that error dialog.06:26
macdoreth, back to null?06:26
bkudriai need an app to draw directed graphs, with labelled nodes and connections.  can anyone recommend anything?06:26
cafuego_pilgrim: Um, this happened during an upgrade to 6.10 right?06:26
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orethmacd: how do I clear the masterboot record and format the hard drive?06:26
Peacerwhere's the ssh config, for when I run an ssh server? (i'm in a hurry if I seem rough)06:26
macdoreth, ahhh, any bootdisk would work.06:26
orethUBCD?06:27
macdPeacer, I just told you.06:27
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macdPeacer, /etc/ssh/sshd_config06:27
macdoreth, universal boot cd?06:27
pilgrimcafuego_: nah nah. I was just being smart and wanted to stop some unwanted services. I unchecked the box from acpid in system>admin>services and then found out battery had no status then in an attempt to get acpid to work again I uninstalled stuff the depended on it and itself and then you helped me get back the stuff that depends on it which is gnome-session and ubuntu-desktop and other essencial stuff.06:27
orethmacd: yeah06:27
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macdshould work fine.06:28
orethok.06:28
mei#eclipse06:28
cafuego_pilgrim: aah ok06:28
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orethsecondary question: i've seen some really nifty stuff with beryl, does it work in 6.10?06:28
pilgrimcafuego_: so going to restart and then I'll log back in.06:28
Peacermacd thanks, much appreciated06:28
macdoreth, yes it does06:28
Peacerdidn't see it before now :S06:28
oretheasy to setup?06:28
CapaHQuestion --- I am trying to run an application to bind to a particular port (lets say port 600 for the sake of argument) --- however it tells me another application is bound to that port. How can I find out which application?06:28
Peacerchannel activity06:28
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macdoreth, I didnt find it hard, just use apt-get to install the packages make a new gnome session with it, off you go.06:29
CaptainMorganmight someone be able to assist me in installing javac? It can't be found in Adept, and someone suggested 'alternatives' and I had no clue what that meant.06:29
arrenlex!java | CaptainMorgan06:29
ubotuCaptainMorgan: To install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository06:29
imbecilewhat do you guys think i should use as port for NX free edition?06:29
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macdimbecile, use whatever you want.06:30
orethmacd: yeah, I've done Ubuntu in the past, but never for my main OS. Just enough to screw around with. I know quite abit about the unix/linux command interface. But I've never used it for my main OS06:30
orethI've lost my Windows XP Activation code, and I had to borrow a copy. I've got 3 days till the activation runs out :P06:30
_siegfried_Can someone help me with the password for cups? http://localhost:631 is prompting me for a password. Normally I would use root but I don't have the password for that account.06:30
orethso, i'm installing Ubuntu for full use06:30
macdoreth, I use it in parallels in osx mostly, but also native with bootcamp.06:30
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oreththe only thing That I see could be a problem for me is making WoW work.06:31
macd_siegfried_, defualt has no password.06:31
macdoreth, well for your crack addictiomn j/k use cedega.06:31
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Frogzoo_!appdb | oreth06:31
ubotuoreth: Appdb is a database of apps & help for programs that run under wine: see http://appdb.winehq.org06:31
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orethI've got a copy of cedega06:31
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orethjust not sure I wanna pay per month to use cedega for a pay per month game :06:32
Peacerhow do I know if my ssh server is running?06:32
timfrostCapaH: lsof -i tcp:600 will list all programs that have that port open06:32
cafuego_Peacer: ssh localhost06:32
orethpeacer: ssh localhost -u user -p password06:32
macdPeacer, "ps ax | grep sshd"06:32
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_siegfried_macd, could you elaborate? I tried typing in an account name of "default" (without the quotes) and that did not work. I tried an zero length account name and that did not work.06:33
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macd_siegfried_, there should be no user:pass required, if there is use your user:pass06:33
pilgrimcafuego, guess what? it's working now ....battery status that is....don't know why though.06:33
Frogzoo_oreth: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WorldofWarcraft06:33
orethchecking...06:34
pilgrimgezim@laptopi:~$ ps -ef | grep acpid06:34
pilgrimroot         9     6  0 22:29 ?        00:00:00 [kacpid] 06:34
pilgrimroot      3929     1  0 22:30 ?        00:00:00 /usr/sbin/acpid -c /etc/acpi/events -s /var/run/acpid.socket06:34
pilgrimgezim     4960  4944  0 22:34 pts/0    00:00:00 grep acpid06:34
Peacerand restarting it?06:34
_siegfried_macd, I tried that and it did not work. My account name is "siegfried" and I put that and my password in. Should I enable the root account?06:34
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pilgrimcafuego, does that mean acpid is running?06:34
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orethFrogzoo: is that current?06:35
macdPeacer, /etc/init.d/ssh restart06:35
Peacerthank you06:35
Peacer:D06:35
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macd_siegfried_, you should not need to, your account should work. but you can enable the root account.06:35
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Peacerthank you for your help06:35
PeacerI'll get on later, from school ;)06:35
Peacer\o06:36
orethmacd: must get tiring, man06:36
macdoreth, repetitive more like ;) but the FOSS is all about giving back06:37
orethFOSS?06:37
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macdfree and open source software06:38
orethroger that06:38
orethI'm a "software" designer.06:38
orethMostly PHP and C# developement06:38
orethI work for Texas Tech University06:39
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orethi'm a "soft" programmer, as per my colleagues :P06:39
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Frogzoo_oreth: the WoW wiki pages is regularly updated06:39
macdWe dumped php a while back in favor of RoR ;P not the php had a lack of decent frameworks, but inherently is sure has its issues securitywise.06:39
orethFrogzoo: i appreciate it.06:40
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orethmacd: my boss desperately wants me to learn RoR06:40
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orethi've done a bit of research, but no real coding just yet06:40
macdits utopian object oriented language, that I can say. and on freenode the #rubyonrails community is great.06:41
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Ruffleshow do i resize devshm to make it bigger?06:41
orethmacd: really?06:41
macdRuffles, the real question is why you would need to06:41
Rufflesto run qemu06:41
cchanceAm i doing this right? http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6517/06:41
orethi learned PHP on my own, using php.net as a system reference06:41
orethi've gone back and relearned it using correct coding procedures. It would have been great to have had a support team while learning PHP06:42
orethi had to teach myself C# from an o'rielly publication06:42
orethI <3 o'rielly06:42
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macdRuffles, /etc/default/tmpfs is the answer.06:43
LazyProfessionali cannot install ubuntu 6.10 becuase everytime i start the live cd, and it autodetects it finds my integrated video card and not the pci card i have installed, then it fails to start x windos and then just locks up, is there any way i can fix this?06:43
orethI'm a senior at Texas Tech. When I started my college carreer, many many years ago, I was a Computer Science major... I'm now a psychology major :P06:43
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Rufflesmacd, what size should i put there to make it 128mb ?06:43
macdLazyProfessional, you need to download and burn the alternate install disc, then install using it.06:44
cchancehttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/6517/ o tryed installing VMWARE but this i think inhibit me06:44
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macdRuffles, did you read what it said in the file? ;)06:44
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Rufflesyes06:44
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macdthen make 128mb into bytes.06:44
Ruffleshow much is 128mb in bytes?06:44
macd129096 is what you want.06:44
Rufflesoh thanks buddy06:44
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orethwho created ubuntu: was it one guy? or a coding team?06:45
orethor, is it community developed?06:45
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Rufflesmacd, yeah so what now? should i umount and mount it back again?06:45
cafuego_oreth: Debian did.06:45
cafuego_oreth: ... which is a large group of people.06:45
orethcafuego: i understood that the core of it is debian's work, but I thought there was a seperate group creating the entity that is Ubuntu06:46
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LazyProfessional-?06:46
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macdRuffles, "sudo mount -a"06:46
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JackzWhen I install the most recent drivers from Synaptic, and reboot, I get xserver errors, and the most recent drivers from nvidia are different, more up to date.. should I use them instead?  Also, if I recover the original config with the command it gives me after installing the drivers, will it fix my problem?06:47
macdRuffles, OR mount -o remount,size=129096k /dev/shm06:47
Rufflesmacd, and what's /dev/shm for?06:47
timfrostRuffles, macd scaled it badly. 128MB = 128 * 1024 * 1024 = 13421772806:47
ireshguyHey guys, I'm trying to test curl for posting, and I do this command -> curl -d "message=test" -d "subject=test" http://txt.7chan.org/i/res/4212.html and all it does is return the source of the page and doesn't post anything. Help?06:47
macdtimfrost, its in kb not b ;)06:47
cafuego_oreth: Yup, a bunch of people.06:47
macdI typoed earlier06:47
mzanfardinoassuming for a moment I want to add an iso image to my apt sources.list resource file, how exactly would I format the entry?06:47
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untunghello06:47
ireshguyDoes anyone know anything about curl here? :<06:48
Rufflesdamn.. it says there's no /dev/shm in fstab :/06:48
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pilgrimHas the automatic resizing tool in the ubuntu installation ever worked for anyone? I tried to use it for a firend....failed. ....bad for reputation.06:48
cafuego_hint: size=128m06:48
untungi have a usb harddrive box. how can i protect it from access by other user?06:48
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untungcan i set up a password for the hard drive?06:48
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kitchepilgrim: never trust an automatic resizing tool06:48
macdRuffles, thats b/c /dev/shm is a virtual filesystem06:48
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pilgrimkitche, well...at least it didn't corrupt it. thank God.06:48
ireshguyUntung: If the harddrive box is used for Linux, you could reset the permission on it through chmod.06:49
cafuego_pilgrim: Worked fine on the iBook here.06:49
macdRuffles, use the second command I posted.06:49
JackzWhen I install the most recent drivers from Synaptic, and reboot, I get xserver errors, and the most recent drivers from nvidia are different, more up to date.. should I use them instead?  Also, if I recover the original config with the command it gives me after installing the drivers, will it fix my problem?06:49
jason0_Anyone know of a firefox download extension that will put files (filtering on file type) into specified directories?06:49
pilgrimkitche, how should I do this thing? I tried gparted that's no the livecd but that failed too.06:49
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untungireshguy: the harddrive is portable06:49
pilgrimcafuego, strange.06:49
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macdJackz, yes, no, yes.06:49
Rufflesrafael@mordor:~$ sudo mount -o remount,size=129096k /dev/shm06:49
Rufflesmount: can't find /dev/shm in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab06:49
ireshguyUntung: Then I dunno. Sorry. :<06:49
pilgrimcafuego, so any idea on why acpid is working now?06:49
macderr no, yes ;P06:49
cafuego_pilgrim: short of "karma", no ;-)06:49
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JackzI was gonna say.. I only asked two questions. :D06:49
JackzThanks.06:50
untungireshguy: if it is found by someone else i prefer it has a password before someone else can see the content06:50
kitchepilgrim: I don't trust automatic tools for resizing learned that from windows lol06:50
macdRuffles, odd, just reboot and the changes you made in /etc/default/tmpfs will take effect.06:50
pilgrimcafuego, as much as I love solving stuff...I hate it when I don't know what solved it06:50
Rufflesalrig