osotogaridoes this fstab entry look ok for mounting an external hard drive read/write for everyone? /dev/sdb1/media/EXHDvfatauto, user, rw0012:00
kbdmrpoundsign: whenever you press backspace?12:00
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BartekI have just installed Bittorent and Bittorent_gui12:00
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yommhilldu : What graphics card u using ?12:01
woland_i can't think of anything i can't accomplish on the CLI12:01
Bartek...and I'm wondering how to use this Perl-written app12:01
Slartosotogari: personally I'd loose the caps in the mount point... but I'm lazy =)12:01
mrpoundsignkbd:  no, whenever I run an OpenGL application.12:01
distributedmy ubuntu 6.10 cd doesn't load, it boots, i press enter, it stops loading and hangs on the _12:01
osotogari@ slart: but other than that its good? :P12:01
kbdmrpoundsign: weird. ATI or nvidia?12:01
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Bartekwell I found some files in /usr/bin12:01
lordmaynoth_AlexC_: Still a no-go  is their a config file somewhere for xchat which tells it which browser to use?12:01
lerosWhen I run my cursor into the side of the screen, it kind of bounces off instead of sticking, which is causing problems with synergy. Does anybody know of a way to turn off the bounciness?12:02
Jowiwoland_, a nice steak with fried diced potatoes... Mmmmm12:02
dyrnewoland_: myspace on links12:02
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kbdmrpoundsign: uh ohH:/12:02
Slartosotogari: well.. as far as I can tell.. yes.. vfat is FAT16 or FAT32?12:02
Bartekbut I don't know what to do with them12:02
woland_dyrne, try lynx12:02
yommhilldu : if you have an nvidia card ,you don't to use xgl12:02
AlexC_lordmaynoth_: no idea sorry12:02
BartekCan you help me please?:)12:02
Jowiwoland_, but appart from that you're probably right :)12:02
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osotogarithe drive is FAT3212:02
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kbdmrpoundsign: read the messages or syslog or XOrg logs for clues12:02
yomm*hilldu don't need*12:02
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mrpoundsignkbd: OpenGL renderer string: MOBILITY RADEON X300 Generic12:02
Slartleros: bounciness? why don't I have bouncing cursors.. what software do you use to make it bouncy?12:02
lordmaynoth_AlexC_: Thanks anywho12:03
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lerosslart, im not, this is standard ubuntu12:03
kbdDoes it evercomplain in the log?12:03
Bartekactually the source of reference should do12:03
ubotuTo view your Windows/Mac partitions see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions . For write access see !ntfs-3g or !fuse12:03
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yommwoland_ : did u catch the paste ?12:03
Kronuz!ntfs  > Kronuz12:03
distributedcan ubuntu boot without a mouse?12:03
omegacentiiwlist is rather cool.12:03
woland_yomm, no, sorry12:03
distributedappearently not12:03
SlartBartek: you "found" files in /bin ? you're probably best of leaving them alone for now12:03
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distributedat least nott for me12:03
kevinhello, I am compiling my kernel and I have notices that nearly everything is loaded as a module, will this slow down my system performance at all?12:03
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Gesushow do i mount a partition?12:03
yommwoland_ : http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/9002/12:03
dyrnedistributed: yes12:03
woland_omegacenti, indeed, what else do you need?12:03
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in Gnome under Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For Edgy, see !fstab and !DiskMounter12:03
omegacentia gui :) :p12:04
Slartosotogari: ah.. it's already formatted? well.. give it a try.. see if it works12:04
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woland_yomm, do those mount points not give you magor errors?12:04
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kevincan anyone help me12:04
omegacentihow would you make iwlist constantly update on a signle screen? maybe I haven't looked thouroughly enough through TFM but, it doesnt seem like it does.12:04
lerosWhen i run the mouse against the side of the screen on windows, the cursor just stops moving when it gets as far as it can go. When Id o the same in Ubuntu, the cursor kind of bounces off the side of the screen a bit. Anybody know how to turn this off?12:04
SlartGesus: edit the file /etc/fstab or do it manually "sudo mount /dev/hda1 /mnt/hda1"12:04
yommwoland_ : no , they mount fine manually , or using mount -a , just not after reboot12:05
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Slartleros: are you using gnome?12:05
kbdomegacenti: look into gtkwifi12:05
lerosslart, yah12:05
Slartleros: weird.. never seen it do that12:05
omegacentikbd: thanks :)12:05
lerosslart, well im using beryl, but i tried it gnome and the same thing happened12:05
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about gtkwifi - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:05
kbdyou'll have to gab it off of sf.net I think12:05
Slartleros: sure you haven't installed anything else?12:06
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kbdyeah, it's onsf.net12:06
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omegacentikbd looks like its just like network manager though.12:06
kevinhello, I am compiling my kernel and I have notices that nearly everything is loaded as a module, will this slow down my system performance at all?12:07
woland_yomm, grep your logs' i'm suprised smbclient is available so early in the boot process12:07
GesusSlart:  mount: mount point /mnt/hda1 does not exist12:07
Slart!mount | gesus12:07
ubotugesus: Partitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in Gnome under Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For Edgy, see !fstab and !DiskMounter12:07
chadeHmm how do I find out what PCI bus my graphics card is on?12:07
Slart!fstab | gesus12:07
ubotugesus: The /etc/fstab file indicates how drive partitions are to be used or otherwise integrated into the file system. See http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html and !Partitions12:07
woland_chade, lspci -vv12:07
kbdmrpoundsign: every once in a while when I press backspace twice Xgl dies. and more requently a key will seem to stick and just go on forever till I hit bkspc12:07
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kbdomegacenti: true12:07
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osotogari@slart: it is formatted as FAT32, ill try it out12:08
SlartGesus:  it's not that easy.. either check the links above.. or read up on mount.. "man mount" will get you some help12:08
omegacentigah, trying to get this ismet to work.12:08
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ubotukismet: Wireless 802.11b monitoring tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 2006.04.R1-1.1 (edgy), package size 964 kB, installed size 2448 kB12:08
BrownFrogI have two sound cards, so I edited /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base to select the proper card to be the default (is there an easier way?); is there any way to restart the sound system without rebooting?12:08
xeladosDoes anyone know how to get rid of the Trash icon and its functions?12:08
woland_omegacenti, script it, or use watch(1)12:08
xeladosIt's annoying the hell out of me.12:08
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woland_xelados, kill -HUP $(pgrep esd)12:09
chadeAlexC_: Just out of interest should my GUI in Ubuntu run as smoothly as my GUI in Windows XP?12:09
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cyphaseWhen is Ubuntu going to get an xorg configuration utility?12:09
chadeOr is it a little choppier?12:09
omegacentiIm sorry woland_ I don't understand script it or watch(1)12:09
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trisigniacould someone help me, please?  I'm having trouble installing build-essential from the Dapper alternate CD, and I can't figure out why12:10
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about streamcast - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:10
yommwoland_ : so that isnt really the proper way to mount samba shares at boot ?12:10
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yommwoland_ : mind you , those shares do not contain any system files , just docs & media ..12:10
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ziadozdoes anyone know if there is a way to undo a terminal command?12:10
woland_yomm, i wouldn't know - i only mount shares my kernel can handle itself that early in the boot process12:11
ardchoilleziadoz: Depends on the command. What was it?12:11
ziadozi slipped an did rm -r /home/user12:11
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ardchoilleziadoz: Oops12:11
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kbdYou are screwed ziadoz.12:11
ziadozindeed, hillarious ;)12:11
woland_omegacenti, man watch12:11
ziadozi was trying to clear the fucking trash12:12
yommwoland_ : so I could as well make it a soimple startup script ,instead of using fstab ?12:12
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ardchoilleardchoille: I don't think that is "undoable"12:12
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ziadoznow my user account is screwed12:12
woland_yomm, bingo, that's what i would do12:12
kbdziadoz: Use nautilus for that :)12:12
xeladosThat's why I hate the trash.12:12
ziadozis there a way i can use the terminal to create a new one12:12
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xeladosI wish I could get rid of it12:12
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ziadozthe files in the trash were locked12:12
ziadozis there a way i can use the terminal to create a new one12:12
ziadoza new user account12:12
woland_yomm, although i don't run ubuntu - perhaps an enlightened use could help12:12
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omegacentiwoland_: that is exactly what I was looking for.12:12
xeladostry manpaging "adduser"12:12
chadeHmm is it good practice to keep your kernel on the latest stable version?12:12
xeladosI don't remember all of the options right off.12:13
kbdziadoz: login as root12:13
Chousukechade: just follow the ubuntu versions12:13
yommwoland_ : ok , going to give that a go . Thx ;)12:13
omglazersHey does anyone know if I wanted to change from Gnome from KDE in kubuntu, if all I need to get is the ubuntu-desktop enviroment package and it'll grab all the gnome dependencies so I dont have to select them all?12:13
ardchoillekbd: That is not recommended nor supported12:13
woland_omegacenti, it's useful, but non-portable12:13
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woland_omegacenti, with solaris/bsd i'd suggest a script12:13
xeladosomglazers: That's the idea, yeah. I switched from GNOME to XFCE today using a similar strategy.12:13
kbdardchoille: What is recommended?12:13
woland_yomm, np12:13
ziadozhow can i login as root kbd12:13
chadeChousuke: Think I'm having an issue with EciAdsl because of the standard kernel version in Ubuntu12:13
ardchoillekbd: use sudo ro do sudo -i12:13
chadeChousuke:Thinking about updating my kernel to see if that fixes it12:13
Chousukechade: Eeeh, USB ADSL?12:13
Kronuzhey, what should I install to get mp3, divx, wmv and wma support (and other formats)12:14
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omglazersxelados: Great. I just wanted to make sure I didnt need to select anything ahead of time and then, whoops, I got gnome with nothing in it including networking :P12:14
ChousukeI pity you.12:14
xeladosomglazers: If you get any packages that ask to be autoremoved, don't. You'll have to install them again or something.12:14
chadeI know12:14
bobbydis there a way to display how much video memory I have at the command-line?12:14
chadeIt's terrible12:14
omglazersxelados: none so far12:14
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kbdardchoille: And what if he hasn't any users to logi as to exec that?12:14
omglazersxelados: Didnt like XFCE?12:14
xeladosomglazers: Didn't like GNOME. :)12:14
Chousukechade: I fought with one for a week. then I got a real modem12:14
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Chousukechade: that money was well spent :P12:14
ardchoillekbd: Well, logging in as root is neither recommended nor supported and we aren't suppoed to suggest it here.12:15
woland_chade, save yourself a lot of agony by buying a ?25 adsl router12:15
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omegacentiwoland_:  that works!12:15
ChousukeSeriously, I think you'll live a year or two longer if you just get a real ADSL device :)12:15
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omegacentihaha constant update noise filter12:15
mrpoundsignfor a low-end system, which is better, KDE or Gnome?12:15
Chousukemrpoundsign: neither.12:15
xeladosmrpoundsign: Neither.12:15
bimberikbd: booting to recovery mode gets a root shell12:15
mrpoundsignor should I go with XFCE?12:15
woland_omegacenti, :)12:15
omegacentinow if only I could pipe the noise number to some kind of graph maker.12:15
omegacentithat would be cool12:15
omglazersxelados: XFCE = Gnome? I dunno; linux newb here12:15
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chadeDamn my graphics drivers are shot, I used xserver-xorg configuration and can't load anything up now12:15
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Frogzoomrpoundsign: xfce if < 256ram < 500Meg CPU12:16
xeladosomglazers: XFCE uses a few GNOME features here and there, but it's much more lightweight than GNOME and KDE.12:16
kbdardchoille: Well, I'm not in staff and I'm not a member of your club. There is nothing going to save him from himself built into sudo.12:16
xeladosMy CPU's 2.21GHz and I have a gig of RAM, using XFCE.12:16
xeladosSIlky smooth operation.12:16
kbdbimberi: see, that is a better idea! thank you12:16
distributedsomebody help?12:16
distributedubuntu doens't boot12:16
distributedi burnt the cd12:16
xeladosdistributed: What error messages are you getting?12:16
distributedi press enter on the normal boot, it stops on the flashing '_"12:16
Frogzooxelados: that would run gnome silky smooth too12:17
kbddistributed: did you try the alternative boot?12:17
ardchoillekbd: What you do on your machine is your business. However, when in this channel, we are to adhere to the channel rules.12:17
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Flanneldistributed: did you check the CD for defects?12:17
woland_omegacenti, check out rrdtool12:17
omglazersxelados: Got it. I  = n00b12:17
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BrownFrogxelandos: With that kind of system, I'd think that KDE and GNOME would be silky smooth too (I'm using GNOME+Beryl right now, very smoothly)12:17
xeladosFrogzoo: Yeah, it ran GNOME okay, but GNOME has a habit of periodic lagging.12:17
n-iCehwo can i join to a folder in the terminal ?12:17
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n-iCecd foldername ?12:17
Flanneln-iCe: yeah12:17
mrpoundsignIt's a 2ghz machine.  2gm RAM.  but it's a laptop, and generally feels sluggish.12:17
n-iCeisn't working12:17
Frogzooxelados: if that was dapper, edgy is much quicker12:17
n-iCetorro@torro-desktop:~/Desktop$ ls12:17
n-iCeC  Documentos  Incomplete  Lexmark  mIRC.desktop  mIRC.lnk  Music12:17
xeladosI'm using Dapper.12:17
kbdardchoille: okay. Is there a good reason why logging in as root is a bad idea? I am clearly not understanding the logic behind that decision.12:17
Frogzooxelados: kk12:18
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n-iCetorro@torro-desktop:~/Desktop$ cd lexmark12:18
n-iCebash: cd: lexmark: No existe el fichero  directorio12:18
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distributedkbd should i boot in safe grahpics mode or what?12:18
n-iCeNo existe el fichero  directorio = Doesn't exist file or directory12:18
kbddistributed: If you haven't trid t already then ye12:18
Flanneln-iCe: Lexmark isn't the same as lexmark, it's case sens.12:18
xeladosI've considered trying out the DVORAK layout12:18
xeladosbut too lazy to change my keyboard's keys12:18
n-iCelet me check12:18
distributedkbd btw, will it boot without a mouse, nonworking usb and sound?12:18
Frogzookbd: root has permission to access & write to everything - so mistakes as root can be highly embarassing, also the root account is a target for hackers12:18
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n-iCewhat's alien ?12:19
ubotuRPM is the RedHat Package Management system. Ubuntu does not use RPM, but !APT, and RPM packages are not supported (the package "alien" can allow installing them, but it's quite dangerous)12:19
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n-iCecan i install alien in ubuntu ?12:19
Flanneln-iCe: What are you trying to install with a rpm?12:19
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woland_or use rpm2tgz12:19
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ardchoillekbd: The root account is locked upon install. That is supported. I have been using Ubuntu on 11 machines (5 servers) since Warty and have never needed to enable the root account. I can't hack into your root account if it's disabled. It's a security enhancement.12:20
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n-iCein the manual says: alien -t z600cups-1.0-1.i386.rpm12:20
woland_and examine/extract like a real man(tm)12:20
n-iCeis to install my printer12:20
xeladosHow do I enable Ctrl+Shift+hexcode or the Compose key?12:20
Flanneln-iCe: help.ubuntu.com/community/RPM/AlienHowto12:20
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ziadozi managed to create a new user account, how can i elevate it so i have full access?12:20
xeladosI miss unicode characters12:20
n-iCeyou can't say something like sudo apt-get install alien ?12:20
omegacentiif ubuntu freeze up, is there any way to get out of it besides waiting indfinately/ turning off computer?12:20
woland_ardchoille, how is having one user with sudo ALL access any more secure than having a single sudoer user?12:20
n-iCepls i'm tired of read12:21
BrownFrogkbd, archoille: I actually find sudo'ing everything inconvenient when doing multiple things, so I 'sudo su' to root in a terminal, do when I want, then when I'm done (to be safe) promptly log out of the root terminal12:21
techie_I need to do some voice recording and tried to use the "sound recorder" but tells me my multimedia settings must be setup... How do I do that? Or is there a better program to use for this?12:21
woland_omegacenti, check tty12:21
Flannelomegacenti: Depends on what "freeze" means.  try ctrl-alt-f1 to switch to a TTY12:21
Freemancould someone help me, my wireless works just fine but network manager doesnt display the available connections i had to enter in my ssid into the dialog that comes default with ubuntu12:21
Frogzooziadoz: sudo adduser USERNAME admin12:21
woland_omegacenti, will be able to tell if it's an X hangup12:21
omegacentithen start throwing killall's?12:21
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kbdFrogzoo: So how is that different from sudo, regarding the first reason. Regarding the second reason, for normal use, ofcourse it is a bad idea to be root. But for administrative tasks like this, what is the harm?12:21
distributedblah it doesn't load12:21
Flannelomegacenti: Uh, essentially ;)12:21
distributedboots but doens't load =p12:21
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ziadozFrogzoo, i made the account, but it doesnt seem to have full access to all the apps in System >12:21
woland_omegacenti, check top and see whats hogging resources12:22
ziadozSystem > Admin12:22
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omegacentiwhat if the kernal is frozen?12:22
Frogzooziadoz: sudo adduser USERNAME admin12:22
techie_Can anybody recommend a good voice recorder or help me setup the one offered by Ubuntu?12:22
woland_omegacenti, then tty wont work12:22
padgeI'm trying to print something with Gimp over the network12:22
padgehaving a little trouble with that12:22
n-iCeWarning: alien is not running as root!12:22
n-iCeWarning: Ownerships of files in the generated packages will probably be wrong.12:22
n-iCeWarning: Skipping conversion of scripts in package z600cups: postinst postrm preinst12:22
n-iCeWarning: Use the --scripts parameter to include the scripts.12:22
n-iCez600cups-1.0.tgz generated12:22
n-iCeWhat's wrong with that? or is ok ?12:22
mrpoundsignkbd: the real problem is that the system would completely freeze when trying to run an OGL app, so I couldn't even get logs.12:22
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kbdBrownFrog: same here, but for very limited things: like when I'm building from source or adding a module or something like that12:23
padgeI have the printer set up for some applications... doesn't seem like there's a centralized printer queue or something12:23
woland_n-iCe, check $? and compare it to RETURN VALUES12:23
ziadozi dont have sudo access, and it wont let me login as root12:23
yommWhere would a simple startup script go in Edgy ?12:23
padgeDoes anyon know if network printers get a device in /dev?12:23
Freemancould someone help me, my wireless works just fine but network manager doesnt display the available connections i had to enter in my ssid into the dialog that comes default with ubuntu12:23
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xeladosyomm: Depends on what it is. Most go into ~, though12:23
jaldrichis there a lib  for listinging to aac and mp4  files in  this os ?12:23
techie_What's the best way to voice record in here?12:23
woland_yomm, /etc/rc*/ ?12:23
kbdmrpoundsign: no, it will still be in the logs, it will just be renamed now12:23
jaldrichis it flacc12:23
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bimberiziadoz: boot into recovery mode and do it from there12:23
BrownFrogkbd: Yup, just the sort of thing su was made for12:23
reapwould a creative labs X-Fi botch an installation of Ubuntu6.10?12:23
ziadozhow do i get into recovery mode? in grub menu?12:23
bimberiziadoz: yep12:24
BrownFrogreap: Doubt it, I'd think the x-fi just wouldn't work12:24
techie_Do we have in Ubuntu anything like soundforge in xp?12:24
GionnyBossI installed Ubuntu Edgy on an old computer with Sound Blaster 16. Audio doesn't work, looks like Ubuntu didn't find the sound card. Can anybody help me, please?12:24
yommok i'll check that out !12:24
chadehow do I restart my PC from the terminal line?12:24
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bimberichade: sudo reboot12:24
ardchoillechade: sudo shutdown -r now12:24
chadeneed to check my monitor refresh rate etc12:24
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woland_yomm, or /etc/init.d/ not sure on ubuntu "geography"12:24
jaldrichsudo  reboot12:24
GionnyBosschade, sudo shutdown -r now12:24
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kbdmrpoundsign: Xorg.log is always the newest log12:24
woland_GionnyBoss, or reboot(1) ;)12:25
yommwoland ; yes ,was checking that one too :)12:25
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jaldrichwhat file or lib do i need to listen to aac files ?12:25
GionnyBossDoes anyone have an idea on how can I make a Sound Blaster 16 work under Ubuntu Edgy? I saw on forums people speaking about 'sb' module but I don't know where to find it.12:25
theblueHi all.12:25
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mrpoundsignwhat does screen do as a service?12:25
Freemancould someone help me, my wireless works just fine but network manager doesnt display the available connections i had to enter in my ssid into the dialog that comes default with ubuntu?12:25
reapi have AMD X2 CPU, 1GB Corsair XMS, nV 7800GT, nF4 ultra chipset system...tried AMD64, AMD64 alternate, i386 installations all with same problem12:25
kbdmrpoundsign: I meant Xorg.0.log12:25
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reapcorrupted graphics12:25
theblueI'm trying to copy a DVD for personal use, but it apparently has CSS on it, can I bypass this?12:26
reapany ideas?12:26
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kbdor whatever, they are all in /var/log12:26
jaldrichwould libnavdvd412:26
woland_Freeman, try typing sudo iwlist <interface> scan12:26
BrownFrogreap: wow, almost the same configuration as me12:26
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eyecueCan I get a confirmation that in order to reset a root password, I need to boot into single user mode and run a `passwd root ? Any specific URL's outlining the procedure?12:26
bimberiGionnyBoss: try a 'sudo modprobe sb'.  If it works, add 'sb' to /etc/modules to make it stick.12:26
theblueI find this tremendously irritating, since I own the DVD.12:26
ubotuCompiz (compositing window manager) and XGL (X server architecture layered on top of OpenGL) - Howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager - See http://tinyurl.com/pw5ez for Kubuntu systems - Help in #ubuntu-effects12:26
Gesushow can i backup my fstab before i edit it?12:26
woland_eyecue, do you have sudo access to root?12:26
Flannelziadoz: yep.  Just select it from the grub menu12:26
GionnyBossbimberi, thanks12:26
BrownFrogreap: I find, with almost *all* distributions (except for Ubuntu Feisty), the open-source nv drivers just don't work12:26
eyecueI have su yes.12:26
Freemanwoland_,  it lists the available aps12:26
bimberiGesus: sudo cp /etc/fstab /etc/fstab.bak12:27
ziadozi did adduser username admin12:27
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eyecuewell, user in is group whatever12:27
Freemani already knew how to do that12:27
woland_Freeman, is that not what you wanted>12:27
GionnyBossbimberi, actually I feel stupid... I didn't check if there was a module already installed before asking here! Thanks for the tip :P12:27
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ziadozdoes that now have proper priveleges?12:27
bimberiGionnyBoss: np :)12:27
reapBrownFrog: the only things that i guess isnt run of the mill is i have a Creative Labs X-Fi platinum...12:27
BrownFrogreap: so I usually edit my /etc/X11/xorg.conf (from another distro) to use the vesa drivers instead, then install the proprietary nvidia drivers12:27
kbdIs shift+backspace some kind of hotkey for "PISSOFFKBD!" in XOrg or Xgl?12:27
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Freemanthe network manager app doesnt display the drop down menu with aps like it should was my problem12:27
eyecuewoland_; i do indeed12:27
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scuderiahi, i have ubuntu but i dont have internet on my pc, so i cant install the networkmanager package, is there a way to download it?12:27
bimberiziadoz: try it and see ;)12:27
eyecueor do you mean NOPASS ?12:27
BrownFrogreap: Yeah, I have a Sound Blaster Audigy 2 ZS instead, but that really shouldn't matter12:27
woland_eyecue, then sudo -s12:27
woland_eyecue, and passwd12:27
reapBrownFrog: ok, ill have to give that a go...thanks12:28
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bimberiziadoz: 'sudo ls' (for example)12:28
ziadozit works12:28
BrownFrogreap: good luck :)12:28
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ziadoznow my sound card is silent12:28
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pedrovoxjoin #ubuntu-marketing12:28
distributedcomeon ubuntu12:28
distributedwhy doens't it load =[12:28
bimberiziadoz: it's rare to see someone in here happy about a silent soundcard ;)12:28
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kbdziadoz: make sure you belong to the group that owns the soundcard12:29
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woland_bimberi, depends on the playlist :)12:29
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ziadozhow do i know which group owns the soundcard?12:29
bimberiwoland_: lol12:29
eyecuewoland_; look what i get for securing sudoers ;)12:29
woland_ziadoz, ls -l /dev/soundcard12:29
GionnyBossbimberi, it works! thanks a lot!12:29
RedWolf-make your user a wheel user12:29
ziadozbah, i keep getting an error now12:29
Kronuzhey, for HTML and CSS development, what's a good editor/IDE?12:29
woland_ziadoz, replace soundcard with your device12:29
bimberiGionnyBoss: cool! :)12:29
reapBrownFrog: fiesty = 6.06??12:29
Kronuzsame for PHP, Perl and C/C++12:29
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eyecuewoland_; next best thing after sudo?12:29
woland_eyecue, what did you restrict sudo access to?12:30
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Kronuz(I have no idea in Linux what to use... I'd prefer graphical tools)12:30
kbdziadoz: you can see who belongs to all of the groups by 'less /etc/group'12:30
ziadozfailed to to run /usr/sbin/synaptic as user root :|12:30
eyecuei just removed the group wheel (or whatever the root group is in ubuntu) NOPASS line12:30
chadeAhhh seems like my graphics card doesn't like Linux very much and doesn't work with the standard ati graphics drivers12:30
chadeNeed to use vesa12:30
eyecueive got each user locked down to single command allias, on localhost12:30
woland_eyecue, single usermode or boot a livecd, mount your partitions, chroot to the / mount point and passwd12:30
kbdeyecue: Why did you do that?12:30
eyecueBecause its a server? and i prefer good perms :)12:31
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eyecueAnyway, why it was done is irrelevant, someone lost the root, and i dont have a record, but i dont have console12:31
Kronuzalso, where are the packages put when they're downloaded by Synaptic?12:31
woland_eyecue, boot single user and passwd12:31
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RedWolf-anyone have any idea how how to setup dual monitors on edgy?12:31
Kronuz(in case I need to reinstall everything right away and to avoid downloading stuff again)12:31
eyecuewoland_ do you have the specifics for mounting the required fs's, this is my first day on ubuntu.12:31
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eyecuecan i mount -a ?12:32
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woland_eyecue, from a livecd?12:32
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eyecuefor all fs's in fstab12:32
RedWolf-eyecue, it's just like most *nix12:32
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r4ngeneed some help with crontab...  i have a script that when i run in command line works fine, when i execute that script through crontab it wont work unless the commands i have inside use "echo", the script i'm executing, execute another script inside it12:32
kbdeyecue: interesting concept... I know there was all kind of hell when a FreeBSD install of mine orphaned wheel from the get-go...12:32
woland_eyecue, no, the livecd wont respect the unmounted fstab12:32
eyecueroger, woland_, no ill reboot her into su12:32
woland_eyecue, fdisk -l12:32
Gesusnow that i've edit my fstab file.. do i restart or reload it or something?12:32
woland_eyecue, then mount whats relevent12:32
eyecuekbd; never seen that happen, mind you, i do barebones installs and config post-install ;)12:32
r4ngeis there some sort of limitation that's causing it not to work in crontab12:32
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ziadozis there a command to remove users in ubuntu?12:32
tunganetis envy the best way to install a video card on ubuntu?12:32
woland_Gesus, whatchanges did you make?12:32
woland_ziadoz, userdel12:33
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woland_tunganet, nah, vim12:33
kbdeyecue: never saw it before and never seen it since. it was the closest thing to paranormal activity I have ever experienced :P12:33
tunganetwoland_:  vim?12:33
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eyecuevery bizzare12:33
eyecuewill mount -a mount fs's rw ?12:33
woland_tunganet, yeah - edit your xorg.conf with it12:33
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Gesuswoland_: I did:12:34
Gesus/dev/scd0       /media/cdrom0   autorw,user,auto,exec0       012:34
Gesus/dev/scd1       /media/cdrom1   autorw,user,auto,exec0       012:34
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Gesus/dev/           /media/floppy0  autorw,user,auto,exec,sync  0       012:34
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tunganetwoland_: sorry, can you guide me through?12:34
woland_tunganet, which driver?12:34
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opetznick_how i can exclude multiple patterns with rsync --exclude?12:34
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KtronHey everyone... look for suggestions to deal with a problem with my (clean) ubuntu 6.10 install-- Whenever I logout/restart/shutdown from X, the screens go black and I never get video back, system acts hung12:34
eyecuemultiple --exclude args.12:34
woland_opetznick_, correctamundo12:34
tunganetwoland_: what exactly do u mean lol, how do i check?12:34
RedWolf-Ktron, edit your Xorg.conf12:34
mistydayi need some help with my server? im really new to using this system12:35
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woland_tunganet, i'd suggest finding a howto12:35
soweto76Kronuz, ls /var/cache/apt/archives/12:35
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tunganetwoland_: howto on "vim"?12:35
opetznick_eyecue: you mean rsync --exclude bla --exclude bla1 ?12:35
woland_tunganet, no, on your problem12:35
Gesusok i am going to restart and see what happens i hope those settings are ok12:35
opetznick_eyecue: thanks!12:35
woland_opetznick_, yeah, fucking try it - learn from your mistakes12:36
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Kronuzshatrat, I found this page where it says I should install the Ubuntu restricted extras, in Add/Remove... -> Other, but it's not there12:36
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RedWolf-Did anyone have any suggestions on how to setup dual monitor interface with Ubuntu? Gnome is the GUI12:36
woland_Kronuz, are the the reos enabled?12:36
shatrat!universe | kronuz12:37
ubotukronuz: 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 !EasySource12:37
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opetznick_easy woland_12:37
ziadozhow can i create a new user account in the recovery console, with full priveleges, or enable root? anyone?12:37
KronuzI have the universe selected12:37
woland_ziadoz, useradd12:37
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woland_ziadoz, or passwd root12:37
Kronuzthanks soweto7612:37
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KtronRedWolf-: edit it how? X starts up fine, I can log in initially fine, I'm running it now fine, it only happens when I try to logout or equivalent12:38
ziadozcan i enable the root account from here, so i can login to it from the desktop?12:38
Kronuzwoland_, what reos?12:38
KtronRedWolf-: lol, I even have dual monitors setup12:38
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woland_ziadoz, yeah - by assigning it a password12:38
SoulChildHey @ all: I need HELP with /etc/fstab ... i have a Fat partition but can' delete files as standart user ,... what must i do ?12:38
woland_Kronuz, read what uboto said12:39
RedWolf-Ktron, I misread your statement. I thought it was always black12:39
Kronuzwoland_, the repositories? yes they are12:39
SoulChildi want all rights on my fat partition , what mus be written in fstab ?12:39
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fiveironanyone running ubuntu server edition with an 800x600 console?  do i need to install something to use framebuffer?12:39
woland_SoulChild, besides rw?12:39
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ziadozok, so i gave it a password, now when i boot out of the console i can login to it at the desktop?12:39
woland_fiveiron, why is framebuffer important on a server?12:39
KtronMy new Edgy ubuntu seems to hang whenever I logout of X, any suggestions?12:39
SoulChildwoland_: than i can only accrs as root12:39
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fiveironwoland_, monitoring logs with long lines12:39
woland_ziadoz, indeed you can ;)12:39
distributedcan somebodhy help me?12:40
MTecknologyHow come I can't put VMware Server into full screen?12:40
woland_SoulChild, chmod the files12:40
distributedwith installing ubuntu?12:40
pikeshouse88distributed: ask your question12:40
woland_MTecknology, click the fullscreen button ?12:40
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distributedpikeshouse88 i boot the cd, press enter and it just hangs on the _12:40
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distributedpikeshouse88 how would i overcome this and install?12:40
SoulChildwoland_: but i want the whole entire disk ,... must i chmod /media/hda3 (the folder where it s mounted ) ???12:40
woland_distributed, check the boot options12:40
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woland_distributed, perhaps disable some options like acpi12:41
MTecknologywoland_, Unable to find an appropriate host video mode.12:41
MTecknologyAdding the guest mode to the 'display' subsection of the 'screen' section of your /etc/X11/XF86Config and restarting X is likely to help.12:41
MTecknologyFailed to switch to full screen SVGA mode.12:41
omglazersxelados: Hey I wanted to ask a question since you've done it; if I install another desktop enviroment, can I uninstall the other one to save space or is that not recommended?12:41
distributedwoland_ what should i look for? (F6 i'd assume)12:41
pikeshouse88distributed: have you tried any alternative boot options?12:41
distributedpikeshouse88 yeah i stried the second boot option (vga thing)12:41
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xeladosomglazers:  Yeah, you can do that.12:41
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pikeshouse88well there are much more than just that12:41
woland_SoulChild, yeah - chmod the mountpoint recursively12:41
omglazersxelados: Great :) Thank you12:41
mrpoundsignkbd: ok, I am in Xgl now, and if I load "Billards-GL", then it suddenly has some corruption, and the background windows do not update until I close it.12:41
hillduIs possible to mount a ntfs partition that is on the same phisical drive as my linux partition?12:41
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distributedpikeshouse88 where?12:41
pikeshouse88F keys12:42
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Kronuzwoland_, is that the right name? "Ubuntu restricted extras"12:42
woland_distributed, yes, peruse whatever boot options are available12:42
distributedpikeshouse88 there's only f1 - f612:42
woland_Kronuz, sounds right12:42
xobaim using xchat and i can't seem to get it to choin multiple channels on connect12:42
SoulChildwoland_: what is the chmod number for whole read and write acces for all users ?12:42
FlannelKronuz: Just restricted, not extras.12:42
Kronuzwoland_, I'm using Edgy but it's not there (Universe is selected)12:42
woland_SoulChild, 066612:42
ziadozwoland_, is says administrator cannot login from this screen on the login12:42
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tunganetOkay, whenever i run warcraft, and i go to terminal to type nvidia-settings and look at my refresh rate, its set to 43(interlaced).  How do i make it so it will stay at 60-80 without going back to 43(interlaced)?12:42
pikeshouse88distributed: is this a new, old computer?12:43
pikeshouse88check if its compatible https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport12:43
woland_ziadoz, which console?12:43
distributedpikeshouse88 it's an emachines -- 2GHz 256 ram12:43
KronuzFlannel, not there :(12:43
ziadozim not in the console, at the login screen12:43
pikeshouse88ya should worl12:43
distributedpikeshouse88 but there's no mouse and usb and sound card aren't working12:43
FlannelKronuz: what are you looking for? (package?)12:43
Kronuzor is it linux-restricted?12:43
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KronuzFlannel, check that link12:43
kbdmrpoundsign: good, open gnome-terminal and less /var/log/Xorg.0.log - look for anything that mentions Gl or GL or gl12:43
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woland_ziadoz, check securetty(5)12:44
KronuzFlannel, it says I can instal Ubuntu restricted extras12:44
soweto76xoba, Xchat -> Network -> Edit  Server12:44
FerretSoulChild: You probably want something like umask=0,fmask=11112:44
ziadozhow? :|12:44
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kbdmrpoundsign: I have a suspicion it maybe your driver.12:44
SoulChildFerret: what does this do ?12:44
FlannelKronuz: are you on Feisty?12:44
fiveironhas anyone messed with the framebuffer?  i'm wanting to change my console reslolution12:44
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FerretSoulChild: Set all files to 666 and directories to 777, hopefully12:44
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KronuzFeisty? o_O?12:44
FlannelKronuz: What version of ubuntu are you using?12:44
linxehanyone here use Skype on Ubuntu? I can chat ok on it, but the ringing sound is really crackly - is that right ?12:45
KronuzI'm using Edgy12:45
ziadozis there a way i can remove a group in the terminal in ubuntu?12:45
LaserJockhi everybody, I need somebody running edgy to test a edgy-proposed package. anybody up for it?12:45
SoulChildFerret: should i write this in fstab ?12:45
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woland_ziadoz, rmgroup12:45
FlannelKronuz: that's 6.10, You want to use the correct instructions ;)  The "restricted extras" thing is for Feisty12:45
linxehziadoz:  or groupdel I guess12:45
pikeshouse88distributed: play with the F6 options12:45
ubuntu_richis there an easy way to watch a .iso12:45
FerretSoulChild: that should work, try it.12:45
Kronuzoh :P12:45
ziadozi deleted the group12:45
ziadozcreated a new user account12:45
ziadozusing adduser12:45
FlannelKronuz: you need to add the multiverse repository12:45
Flannel!iso | ubuntu_rich12:45
ubotuubuntu_rich: To mount an ISO disc image, type  sudo mount -o loop <ISO-filename> <mountpoint>  - There is a list of useful cd image conversion tools at http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/CD_Image_Conversion - Always verify the ISO using !MD5 before !burning.12:45
ziadozi just need to make it admin12:45
ziadozhow can i do that?12:45
mrpoundsignkbd: would I want to look at Xorg.1.log, since it's display :1 ?12:46
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pikeshouse88distributed: notably, disable USB and sound, and mouse12:46
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ubuntu_richawesome :) cheers12:46
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KronuzFlannel, I already added all the repositories in the list :P12:46
distributedpikeshouse88 how?12:46
dking1000 people12:46
dkingpretty intense12:46
skatorgatorhow's everyone doing?12:46
kbdmrpoundsign: no, the numbers are just for dating purposes. like naming a cat "Snowball II"12:46
FlannelKronuz: Multiverse might not be on the list.  What package are you having trouble finding?12:46
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dkingok boyos what I wanna know here is12:47
dkingdapper or edgy12:47
NitroWhat packages do I need to compile most sources ?12:47
KronuzFlannel, I want add support for wmv, divx, mp3, wmv, wma, mpeg2, etc.12:47
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SoulChildFerret: now i can delete files but not paste them ...12:47
Kronuzand I found that RestrictedFormats howto... but it's for the wrong Ubuntu version :(12:47
skatorgatorhow do I get my floppy drive to drive?12:47
FlannelKronuz: No, that howto includes all the versions, you just need to read the right on12:48
FerretSoulChild: use ls -l to look at the permissions of some file on the FAT partition, and some directory12:48
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LaserJockanybody willing to do a really quick test of an Edgy update package?12:48
FerretSoulChild: They should be -rw-rw-rw- and drwxrwxrwx respectively12:48
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woland_ziadoz, you had the option to add the user to an admin group with useradd12:48
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KronuzFlannel, ... that's what I just realized  sorry :P12:48
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mrpoundsignkbd: should I have disables AIGLX ?12:48
woland_ziadoz, now use chgrp12:49
skatorgatoris there anybody out there?12:49
ziadozi got my account working12:49
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Ferret!hi > skatorgator12:49
ziadozjust no access to my sound card now12:49
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woland_ziadoz, check vigr for audio references12:49
skatorgatorwhat the gook are ya all doing, geeks?12:49
Slartskatorgator: your floppy drive doesn't drive? I might need some more explanation for this..12:49
woland_ziadoz, and add your user to that group12:50
skatorgatorhey ferret12:50
Slartskatorgator: and all of a sudden I don't feel like helping you...12:50
marx2kMy monitor doesnt monitor12:50
kbdmrpoundsign: Yes!12:50
NDPTAL85Why email client do you guys prefer? I'm trying to choose between Evolution and Thunderbird.12:50
kbdmrpoundsign: ATI does not support AIGLX yet.12:50
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kbdmrpoundsign:  do you know how to do this?12:50
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SlartNDPTAL85: Thunderbird at the moment12:50
hanbushi need some help12:50
NDPTAL85Bah I meant "Which"12:50
mrpoundsignkbd: well, it claims it was unable to initialize it anyway, so it reverted to s/w rendering.  hah12:50
hanbushi cant get my ubuntu setup back12:50
tunganetOkay, whenever i run warcraft, and i go to terminal to type nvidia-settings and look at my refresh rate, its set to 43(interlaced).  How do i make it so it will stay at 60-80 without going back to 43(interlaced)?12:50
Ferret!build-essential > Nitro12:51
hanbushi logged off12:51
KronuzFlannel, I finally made my dmraid work but I installed Ubuntu in a spare drive... now I want to move everything to my RAID, what's the easiest way to do it?12:51
NDPTAL85Slart: Have you tried Evolution?12:51
hanbushand the resolution changed, so my monitor cant handle it, somebody please help me12:51
mrpoundsignkbd: the fglrx driver doesn't support aiglx?12:51
SlartNDPTAL85: but that's because I used it when I was using windows.. but it's nice to have a client I know I can use even on a windows machine12:51
kbdmrpoundsign: yeah, it sux :/12:51
NitroFerret: I already got it, but I still can't compile xchat 2.812:51
ziadozall i see in there related to audio is audio:z:2912:51
kbdmrpoundsign: disable composite too.12:51
mrpoundsignkbd: oh, I think this was from when I was using the radeon driver.12:51
SlartNDPTAL85: I've used evolution briefly.. really just before I installed thunderbird12:51
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FlannelKronuz: just normal copying?  Or, tar/gz up the stuff, then expand them to their drives12:51
KronuzFlannel, I suppose I can just create a partition for Ubuntu, copy all the files there and reboot12:51
Ferrettunganet: I think you need to make changes to xorg.conf to do that; although maybe all you need to do is add nvidia-settings -l $HOME/.nvidia-settings-rc in your ~/.xinitrc12:51
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KronuzFlannel, yeah, but what about the booting stuff?12:52
kbdmrpoundsign: I have both of those disabled and I paste to a pastebin if you like12:52
mrpoundsignkbd: yeah, so I had to switch to the Xgl driver because the radeon driver didn't support the docking station attached monitor.12:52
Kronuzand I'm not sure what partitions Ubuntu creates12:52
Ferrettunganet: I'm not sure that program knows how to change the res once X has started.  If you're confident making changes to xorg.conf I can tell you what to put...12:52
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hanbushsomebody please help me, im locked out of my comp!12:52
FerretNitro: Ahh, in that case, you might like this...12:52
mrpoundsignkbd: you using a Dell D610 lappy?12:52
Ferret!build-dep > Nitro12:52
derek_is there a way to get some information about hwats going on durring boot like f2 normally does durring boot. because my laptop isnt booting12:52
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kbdnah, HP dv500012:53
FlannelKronuz: if you move /boot, you'll need to reinstall grub to the MBR with the new location12:53
Nitro!build-dep Nitro12:53
SoulChildFerret: i got it, i had to set the uid in fstab to mine ,... now everything works fine.... but how do i set the chmod to:dr-xr-xr-x12:53
derek_im on a fresh install it booted 3 times fine12:53
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about build-dep nitro - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:53
Slarthanbush: forgot your password?12:53
chadeok if I have a file called check.sh and I want to run it from the command line how do I do it?12:53
derek_nwo it doesnt work12:53
Nitroapt it?12:53
mrpoundsignkbd: must be nice.  :P  I can figure it out, I think it's just commenting out the options.12:53
Ferret<ubotu> build-dep is a handy APT tool that will try to automatically install build (compile) dependencies for you. In the terminal: sudo apt-get build-dep package12:53
distributedscrew this, i'm instlaling freebsd :D12:53
lordmaynoth_Does anyone if these error messages are harmless?  http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/9004/12:53
Slartchade: sh check.sh should work12:53
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kbdmrpoundsign: If you know how toget TV out working I'd love to hear about that12:53
FerretI missed the >12:53
KronuzFlannel, I guess it's not a task for newbies12:53
hillduIs possible to mount a ntfs partition that is on the same phisical drive as my linux partition?12:53
hanbushslart, no the resolution changed spontaneously, and my monitor cant handle the new one, so i cant do anything12:53
kbdmrpoundsign: nah you have tell it to disable them, it's short I can msg to you12:53
FerretNo, I didn't, you did ;p12:53
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HymnToLifehilldu, yes12:53
mrpoundsignkbd: sure12:54
dmb062082how do i turn of firestarter?12:54
tunganetFerret:  okay, so what do i do? =[12:54
chadeOk when I tried to run it12:54
Slarthanbush: ok, press ctrl+alt+f1.. you should get a login prompt12:54
Ferrethilldu: Sure, is that not working?  Don't see why it would make a difference12:54
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mrpoundsignkbd: I already have Composite disabled (Option ser to "0"12:54
hanbushno, the machine works, but the rez is changed12:54
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chadeIt gave me the message you are either not running this script from the console, or simply do not have console ownership12:54
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hanbushis the a command to change the default rez12:54
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derek_its just freezing during boot, i just switched from gentoo and i am pretty disappointed12:54
NitroFerret: thanks12:54
hillduWell when i do the command to show all drives i cant see the one i want to mount12:54
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Slarthanbush: you can always do a sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg12:55
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kbdmrpoundsign: yeah... wish composite worked12:55
hanbushwhat does that do?12:55
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tunganetFerret: i have to restart my xorg, brb.12:55
dmb062082how do i ditch the firewall?12:55
Slarthanbush: not sure about the exact spelling of that last thing12:55
mrpoundsignkbd: what is composite?12:55
Slarthanbush it lets you configure your X11 settings.. resolution etc12:55
kbdI could really use xtransset sometimes12:55
hanbushslart: i just installed ubuntu yesterday, im a unix supernoob12:55
Flannel!grub | Kronuz, first link.  It's no big deal at all12:55
Ferrettunganet: You need a line in your "Screen" Section (but not in the "Display" SubSection(s)) like this: Option "MetaModes" "1280x1024_75; 1280x1024; 1024x768_75; 1024x768; ... "12:55
ubotuKronuz, first link.  It's no big deal at all: 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/GrubHowto12:55
FerretDamn, he left.12:56
chademe too hanbush, it's driving me crazy but I'm determined to learn how to do it12:56
SoulChildhey how can i copy chmod attributes from a folder to an other ???12:56
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kbdmrpoundsign: basically it takes advantage of XOrg's ability to use alpha transparency12:56
hanbushslart: so what would be the command to change it to 1280x1024 @ 60hz12:56
Slarthanbush: it's the configuring menu that you run the first time .. try it.. it will backup files and ask you nice questions like where you live and such12:56
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kbdmrpoundsign: it allows you to do shadows without beryl or compiz12:56
Ferrethilldu: Which command is that?12:56
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KronuzFlannel, but how many partitions are there in an Ubuntu's install?12:56
Slarthanbush: you go through it all and somewhere along the way it will ask you about resolutions12:56
kbdmrpoundsign: and to set transparency for windows too12:56
Kronuzboot, root, usr, what else?12:56
hilldui cant remember12:57
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hillduhold on12:57
Ferrethilldu: You probably want /sbin/fdisk -l or df -h12:57
chadeAnyone have any experience installing Ati Radeon Mobility x1400 drivers to Ubuntu?12:57
mrpoundsignkbd: oh, interesting.  well, I found the FAQ on disabling those, so I am going to re-start my WM now.  bbiab.  :)12:57
hanbushslart: alright, so i run that from reco mode?12:57
hanbushslart: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg?12:57
Slarthanbush: sure.. that works..12:57
Slarthanbush: yes.. that looks right12:57
KronuzFerret, thanks ;)12:57
Slartchade: hmm.. what is the script doing? anything special?12:58
FerretKronuz: You mean Flannel...12:58
hanbushslart: thanks a ton, ill brb in a sec12:58
NitroFerret: I still get the "pixmaps.c:103: error"12:58
KronuzFerret, well, you showed me the command to view the partitions :P12:58
Slartchade: you might have to run it with a sudo in front.. like "sudo sh check.sh" if you want it to run with administrator priveleges12:58
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FerretNitro: Can you pastebin the error and as much context as you can?12:58
Kronuz(by chance)12:58
soweto76kbd, composite worked on my ubuntu 6.10 with xfce412:58
NitroFerret: aye12:58
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hillduthis is waht i used sudo fdisk -l12:59
Kronuzwhat's that Extended partition tho'?12:59
kbdsoweto76: ATI doesn't support the composite extension with fglrx12:59
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FlannelKronuz: That depends on how many you made when you installed (or how many you want to make now)12:59
n-iCehi why ubuntu is not saving tray icons ? how can i change that configuration ?12:59
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soweto76kbd, nvidia here12:59
KronuzLinux is where everything is (it's 80GB, then rhere's an Extended one and then the Linux Swap01:00
FerretKronuz: If you're trying to work out the grub names for things you might want to try using the grub shell and the "find" command, or even better, do stuff like "root (hd0,0)/<TAB>" (press tab there).  By looking at the files you can work out which partition it is01:00
kbdsoweto76: yeah, you have all the fun :/01:00
FerretKronuz: 'cos grub has a weird numbering system01:00
NitroFerret: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/9020/01:00
killownn-ice you need add sys try  in genome taskbar01:00
r4ngewhere is the actual "EDITOR" variable stored if i were to change default crontab editor to vim01:00
kbdsoweto76: I wish desperately that I coud rip the videocard o of this laptop and put in an nvidia01:00
n-iCekillown how ?01:00
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kbdsoweto76: my next laptop will be nvidia01:00
KronuzI'd install the MBR in the RAID, but I don't know how the MBR works in a fake RAID...01:01
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woland_r4nge, EDITOR is an environment variable01:01
soweto76kbd, while composite worked it was a bit slow with the xfce4 stuff01:01
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ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto01:01
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r4ngewoland: is it stored anywhere?01:01
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hillduIt doesn't return one of my partitions though, it should show a 120gb ntfs drive but it doesn't01:01
kbdsoweto76: hm, it should have been accelerated01:01
Kronuzwhat's the command to install a .deb file?01:02
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ubotudpkg is the Debian package maintenance system, which together with apt forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit.01:02
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Kronuz... I always forget the 'd'01:02
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SlartKronuz: dpkg -i mydebfile.deb01:02
r4ngeright now default editor is nano, where is stored on the system right now that causes nano to be default01:02
kbdKronuz: think "debian package"01:02
woland_r4nge, in memory, you can store it in your profile01:02
soweto76kbd, I am using Feisty Herd4 with nvidia now and it is still a bit slow.  I think this may be an Xfce thing however.01:02
SlartKronuz: as always.. you might need a sudo in front there.. sudo dpkg -i debfile.deb01:02
eyecuehmm she doesnt want to boot into single user01:03
Kronuzthanks :)01:03
woland_r4nge, (.bashrc/.bash_profile - any other sourced file)01:03
r4ngeexport EDITOR01:03
eyecuei keep getting enter root pass for maintenance, or ctrl- to continue01:03
hillduis this because all my other partitions are on a SATA physical drive while the one i want to mount is a IDE?01:03
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ubotulimewire is a popular P2P client running on the Gnutella network. To get it running, install !java first, then download Limewire from http://www.limewire.com/LimeWireSoftOther and finally run runLime.sh. Consider !FrostWire as an alternative.01:03
kbdsoweto76: could be. How is Feisty? I feel bleeding edge being on Edgy :P01:03
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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/NetworkPrintingFromWindows01:03
FerretNitro: Do you have libdevel/libgtk2.0-dev installed, and a program called /usr/bin/gdk-pixbuf-csource on the disk?01:03
woland_r4nge, or export EDITOR=/bin/vi01:03
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eyecuedoes Single = single at the end of a kernel line in grub? ie; not case sensitive?01:04
soweto76kbd, Feisty is solid -- no problems with Herd401:04
tunganetOOD: sync to VBlank, Allow Flipping, "Disable use of enhanced CPU instruction sets".  Which ones should i disable/enable to enrich my gaming performance?01:04
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MetaBookfoziSwhere i found this in kubuntu?01:04
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ubotuTo change the Gnome splash screen, use !gnome-splashscreen-manager or change the GConf key /apps/gnome-session/options/splash_image using !gconf-editor.01:04
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r4ngewell for example, if i were to want to check what the default editor is when i first install ubuntu, would i be able to check somewhere (without resorting to just loading it)01:05
n2diyOpen Office doesn't work, I get the splash screen as it opens, and then it dies. I'm running Dapper here, and I'm not sure if it worked after the intial installation or not.01:05
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Kronuzgreat! I can play divx files now...01:05
eyecueIs the word Single for booting single user mode case sensitive?01:05
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absolutroothi guys... i am about to move from fedora to ubuntu, and was wondering if ndiswrapper is preinstalled in ubuntu edgy eft?  i tried to google it but did not find anything01:05
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Frogzooeyecue: most everything in nix is case sensitive - lower case s for single01:06
mrpoundsignkbd:  wow, compiz seems a lot faster than beryl...01:06
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Kronuzstill, I can't play WMV videos :(01:06
kbdmrpoundsign: yeah?? what about with blur on?01:06
Kronuzdon't know about quicktime yet01:06
mark22hi guys, when i try to install ubuntu, the screen is somewhat garbled during installation01:06
eyecuehmm, i did use single, keep getting asked for maintenance password for root or ctrl-d to continue, no standard su # prompt01:06
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soweto76absolutroot, I don't think ndiswrapper is installed by default and there are least a couple variants.01:06
Flannelabsolutroot: not preinstalled, but on the CD01:06
soundrayr4nge: debian-based systems normally use /usr/bin/sensible-editor for system tasks, so you can copy or link vi to that name01:06
NitroFerret: Yes.01:06
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Slarteyecue: tried typing your user password?01:06
linxehMetaBookfoziS: in System Settings on the main KDE menu01:07
absolutrootk, thanks guys01:07
tonyyarussomark22: You may want to try either hooking up a different monitor or using the alternate CD.01:07
Flannelsoundray, r4nge, don't symlink, use update-alternatives01:07
Slarteyecue: hmm.. I'm out of ideas then01:07
eyecuewell, first user you mean?01:07
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Slarteyecue: yes01:07
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eyecuewhy am i getting a prompt in the first place.01:07
MetaBookfoziSyes i have htat01:07
mark22tony, i have a 1440x900 monitor, do you think thats the problem?01:07
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r4ngeJust edit /etc/bashrc...export EDITOR="pico"01:07
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eyecuexorlev; save me :(~01:07
r4ngei was hoping to find something like that01:07
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marx2kmark22: is it garbled after installation?01:08
ubotuamule: client for the eD2k and Kad networks, like eMule. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.1.3-1 (edgy), package size 1239 kB, installed size 3368 kB01:08
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soundrayFlannel: as in 'sudo update-alternatives --config sensible-editor'? I get "No alternatives for sensible-editor."01:08
pukekoi have just lost sound. soundcard can not be detected !! is there a "snd-detect" tpye app in EDGY01:08
mrpoundsignkbd: not brave enough to try that yet.01:08
mark22marx, after i hit start or install ubuntu, it shows the progress bar with little green lines under it01:08
theblueIs there a way to do an on-the-fly copy of a DVD (for personal use, of course) of a DVD with CSS encryption?01:08
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FerretNitro: OK, in that case, try cd src/pixmaps; make clean; make01:08
marx2kmark22 Im just wondering if its fine after installation01:08
mark22and the ubuntu logo looks like an 8 bit gif01:08
soweto76absolutroot, apt-cache search ndiswrapper01:09
mark22i can't get to the installation01:09
pukekoi don't seem to have alsaconf01:09
linxehtheblue: i guess k3b with libcss might do it01:09
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thebluelinxeh: Tried it, doesn't work.01:09
soundraytheblue: not sure what you mean by "on the fly", but you might want to check out k9copy01:09
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marx2kmark22: why cant you get to the installation?01:09
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pukeko..so how do i detect my soundcard ?01:09
thebluesoundray: Disc-to-disc, without getting on the hard drive.01:09
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mark22marx, it doesnt progress after the second screen01:09
Xorleveyecue: What happened?01:09
marx2kmark22: which one is the second screen again?01:09
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NitroFerret: Seems like it's working this time01:10
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mark22marx, the one that shows up after you hit "start or install Ubuntu"01:10
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FerretNitro: It does that sometimes, no idea why01:10
v4m21some body please tell commnd for viewing  boot time hardware messages ?01:10
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marx2kim not sure if your graphics issue is whats causing the install issue though01:11
soundrayv4m21: dmesg01:11
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marx2kyou might want to try the alternate install CD01:11
NitroFerret: Well, thanks :)01:11
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pukekohow to detect a soundcard ?01:11
Kronuzoh, they're working... not all of them, but most (WMV)01:11
FerretNitro: If there're further problems, try unpacking the source, run make distclean, then run ./configure etc.01:11
mark22should i re download the iso, or just burn a new copy?01:11
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ericzwhat's edgy use for screensaver daemon? no more xscreensaver?01:11
marx2kmark22: i'd burn an alternate ISO ... the alternative install CD01:11
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Kronuzhey, I see Nautilus shows thumbnails of my files01:12
Flannelsoundray: not sensible-editor, just editor01:12
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Ferretxscreensaver is a horrible buggy program after all ;p01:12
Frogzoo_Kronuz: indeed01:12
Kronuzis it keeping a cache somewhere?01:12
NitroFerret: No it worked, I'm on 2.8 now :)01:12
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mark22ok thanks for the help01:12
marx2khope it DOES help01:12
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Frogzoo_Kronuz: ~/.thumbnails/01:12
ilredsit's safe upgrade to feisty?01:12
mark22haha, we'll see01:12
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soundrayFlannel: that works, thanks01:12
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about soundcard - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:12
ubotuIf you're having problems with sound, first ensure ALSA is selected, by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (ALSA Mixer). If 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 !MP301:12
soundrayilreds: not before it's released. But you're welcome to help testing it.01:13
vicentedoes anyone know if evdev works ootb in 6.10 with mx518  for xorg?01:13
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Ferretericz: Looks like gnome-screensaver (System -> Preferences -> Screensaver)01:13
marx2kIm testing feisty in VMWare... seems to be solid but has had some bumps01:13
FerretNitro: Excellent. :)01:13
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n2diyOpen Office doesn't work, I get the splash screen as it opens, and then it dies. I'm running Dapper here, and I'm not sure if it worked after the intial installation or not.I re-installed OO with Synaptic, but it still does this.01:14
eyecuehmm, didnt like first userpassword either01:14
vicenteanyone here have mx518?01:14
marx2kn2diy, try running it from a command line01:14
breaIs there any chance that they will fix the link for /bin/sh to /bin/dash?01:14
Flannelmarx2k: #ubuntu+1 for feisty support01:14
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n2diymarx2k: ok01:14
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Flannelbrea: no.  That's not a bug.  Dash is the new interpretter01:14
JackolasA plug on my sound card isn't delivering sound01:15
soundrayn2diy: try 'cd ; mv .openoffice.org2 openoffice.org2-backup ; oowriter'01:15
Jackolasthe Front works01:15
breaFlannel: and the link breaks a lot of scripts out there01:15
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Kronuznow I need to know a way to find something in the content of a whole bunch of files... :P01:15
JackolasBut my Rear has no signal01:15
ceckoHi all, what info should I submit with a bug report if my ThinkPad's wifi does not work sometimes? in kNetworkManager it shows no networks and WlanAssistant "No useable wireless devices found"01:15
Kronuz(and a good editor)01:15
soundrayKronuz: man grep01:15
breaFlannel: a bug by any other name is still a bug01:15
Flannelbrea: those scripts are incorrectly written, assuming sh is bash.  The scripts, if using bash specific things, should have the shebang reference /bin/bash.01:15
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n2diymarx2k: darryl@Chatto:~$ open office01:15
n2diyCouldnt get a file descriptor referring to the console01:15
Flannelbrea: It's a bug in the scripts, not Ubuntu01:15
infidelif hd0,0 is root what would my /boot be?01:15
JackolasAny one know how to use multiple signal outs?01:16
marx2kn2diy, do what soundray said01:16
Kronuzsoundray, I was hoping to have it in a graphical editor ^_^01:16
n2diymarx2k: ok01:16
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infidelbrea, just change it yourself01:16
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kazukaanyone know how to get hi id on amule?01:16
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marx2ksoundray, whats the difference on a CLI between ';' and '&&'?01:16
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soundrayKronuz: make friends with the command line. It's much more powerful in Linux. Read ubotu's pm:01:16
eyecueone continues if the first one suceeded01:16
breaFlannel: I get that, but too many scripts depend on it to change the link01:16
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eyecuethe other doesnt01:16
soundray!cli > Kronuz01:16
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Flannelmarx2k: the former performs the commands unconditionally, the latter only on success01:17
eyecue&& is if previous success.01:17
eyecue; is regardless01:17
eyecueman  bash01:17
theblueAnd & is background?01:17
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marx2kthe man page for bash is immense01:17
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eyecuesearch it with /01:17
Flannelbrea: Those scripts are poorly written.  What's your point?  It's not a bug with Ubuntu.01:17
eyecueunless ubuntu is different ;)01:17
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Kronuzsoundray, do you know if I can make the back/forward buttons in my mouse work in Nautilus?01:17
marx2kalmost 5000 lines for the bash man page ;)01:17
pavswhats wrong with this command?  sudo ls -R | /home/pavs/test.txt01:18
SqueeDoes anyone know of a tool to bruteforce the directory structure (maybe files as well) of a webpage?01:18
Kronuz(the way they work in windows)01:18
Flannelbrea: dash provides a good deal of benefits over bash as an interpretter01:18
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soundraymarx2k: for more approachable help, /join #bash and read the topic01:18
thebluepavs: It's not actually outputting anywhere.01:18
Flannelpavs: you want >01:18
tonyyarussopavs: why are you using sudo for that?01:18
thebluepavs: Try 'sudo ls -R | cat > /home/pavs/test.txt'01:18
pavsbecause it said permisson denied01:18
Kronuzalso, how do I mount a DVD image?01:18
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Kronuz.... so many questions :P01:18
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marx2kHm, lots of channels I didnt know existed01:18
thebluepavs: Oh, right.01:18
Flannelpavs: or, sudo ls -R | tee /home/test.txt01:18
thebluepavs: Try 'sudo ls -R | sudo cat > /home/pavs/test.txt'01:18
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Flanneltheblue: no, tee not cat01:18
theblueFlannel: What's the difference?01:19
Kronuz(all just to run away from Vista) ^_^01:19
Flanneltheblue: they do different things01:19
breaFlannel: The boot speed is nice, but dealing with support issues is NOT!01:19
soundray!iso > Kronuz, read the pm from ubotu pls01:19
theblueFlannel: Didn't know.01:19
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arrenlexFlannel: That doesn't do anything, unless you need root permissions to list the directory files.01:19
kitchebrea: it's also not hard to change the link also01:19
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Kronuzsoundray, thanks01:19
kbdmrpoundsign: My pm never got to you did it?01:19
arrenlexFlannel: If you're doing what I think you're doing, sudo goes on the tee.01:19
hanbus1slart you still here buddy??01:19
ekimusanyone running xen binary with oracle-xe as a domU? upon starting oracle i get this: "Bad pte = 003dd0a0, process = ???, vm_flags = 70, vaddr = b7084000" google is silent about it :(01:19
Slarthanbus1: yup.. how did it go?01:19
ComputerHermitwheir do I post a new thread01:19
Kronuzis there a ubotu entry for ubotu (showing all the commands)? :P01:20
Flannelarrenlex: right, if you need permissions to write the file, you need sudo on the tee.  He however had sudo on the ls,so I was parrotting his command01:20
n2diymarx2k: soundray, that command worked, will my app menus work now?01:20
ComputerHermitI dont seee it in the fourm?01:20
pavsthanks guys it worked01:20
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about barrazooo - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:20
Ferret!help > Kronuz01:20
arrenlexFlannel: Okeydoke, sorry. I just came in.01:20
FerretShould be a link there01:20
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soundrayn2diy: try it out01:20
ekimusKronuz: http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi##01:20
hanbus1slart: it went great, thanks, except one thing, how do i put stars in the boxes, ive tried every button01:20
soundrayn2diy: should work01:20
FerretAhh, no, it's !usage01:20
ekimusKronuz: http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi (spider on the keyboard, sry) :)01:20
ilredsguys, i've an athlon64, now i'm on ubuntu edgy i386, must i switch to ubuntu x86_64? i use my pc in a desktop way.01:20
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n2diysoundray: roger01:21
arrenlexilreds: Of course not. I advise you stick with a 32-bit distro.01:21
Slarthanbus1: stars in the boxes? ahh.. try space.. if that doesn't work.. try enter01:21
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soundrayilreds: stick with i386, you'll be fine01:21
Ferretilreds: If it works, why change? ;p01:21
ilredsit's true that there isn't flash and other thing for x86_64?01:21
Slartilreds: no.. stick with 38601:21
arrenlexilreds: Yes.01:21
Slartilreds: kind of true.. yes01:21
Flannelbrea: Those script authors need to code to the specifications.  There's absolutely no reason Ubuntu needs to cater to people who are too careless to follow standards.01:21
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats01:21
ubotuFlash 9 (Final release) is now available for dapper-backports and edgy-backports. See !backports and !flash01:21
Ferretilreds: Yeah, you'd need to install a weird 32-bit version of mozilla01:21
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arrenlexilreds: "The other thing" is codecs.01:21
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soundrayilreds: x86_64 is advantageous only for numbercrunching tasks, like video encoding01:21
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ilredsok, now i want use vmware server but my fresh ubuntu edgy installation is very slow, how can i speed-up it?01:22
hanbus1slart: how do i enable 1280x102401:22
pavsilreds from my personal experience dont switch to 86_64 you will miss out on some stuff, because not all softwares are ported in 64 bit, notable wine and flash, though there are some hacks available but they dont work as good, if at all01:22
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Slarthanbus1: it's not selectable there in the list?01:22
n2diysoundray: it worked, and so did the spreadsheet, cool beans, tnx.01:22
ilredspavs: ok, i stay on i38601:23
hanbus1slart: i starred it, but its not showing up, i got 832x624 instead...01:23
ubotuTo install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository. Enable the backports repository on Edgy to install sun-java6-jre01:23
soundrayn2diy: consider deleting openoffice.org2-backup from your $HOME then01:23
breetaianyone having luck with the bcm4318 of Feisty Fawn rc5 ???01:23
n2diysoundray: roger01:23
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kbdbreetai: native driver right?01:24
pavsbreetai did bcm4318 worked for you on edgy, it doeasnt work for me on edgy 64bit01:24
ardchoilleI'm trying to combine two different livecd's (Dapper and Edgy) into one livedvd. Does anyone know of a tutorial for this?01:24
Slarthanbus1: huuh? what kind of weird resolution is that?.. I usually uncheck almost all the resolutions there.. keep only the higher ones.. but you can change resolution in gnome.. System menu, preferences, resolution something01:24
marx2kin XChat, how do I set channels for auto-join?01:24
breetaiI woud be happy with either. And I have had both working in edgy.01:24
KronuzI mounted a DVD in a directory, how does Ogle know where is the disk?01:24
Slarthanbus1: System menu, preferences, Screen resolution01:24
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kbdpavs: far as I know bcm43xx is still beta quality01:25
soundraybreetai: ask in #ubuntu+1 please01:25
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kbdbreetai: did you upgrade to Feisty from Edgy?01:25
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hanbus1slart: yeah, i ran the reconfig once, it got me back in, and then i ran it again to enable 1280x1024, and its not popping up on the list, although, the new weird res has been added to the list at the bottom01:25
Kronuzhey, I can open the image directly without mounting! :)01:25
breetaisoundray is that another channel, if so, what is the +1 for? Does it mean tier 2 support? :)01:25
Kronuztho' it crashed or something :P01:26
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n2diysoundray: I can't delete it, I don't have permission to modify its parent folder!?!? Its my home folder, so why not?01:26
soundraybreetai: it's the channel for feisty support01:26
Slarthanbus1: can you change resolution to the one you want in the gnome menu?01:26
dkinganyone have any advice for dual booting with wubi?01:26
dkingas in01:26
dkinggetting it to work?01:26
pavskbd i am trying to make bcm4318 work for a long time, none of the online tutorials worked for me. instead I had to buy a 50$ linksys wireless. it works but not all the time.01:26
breetaiAh, thanks soundray for the advice01:26
Slarthanbus1: are you using nvidia or ati? or something else?01:26
breetaihave a better one....01:26
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hanbus1slart: no, 1024x768 is the max, thats why i ran the reconfig, to try and add 1280, and i did check the box, but it gave me this weird res, and im running ati01:27
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Kronuz"failed opening the oss audio driver at /dev/dsp"01:27
soundrayn2diy: not sure, but this is possibly the reason why you had problems. Try 'sudo rm -rf /home/yourusername/openoffice.org2-backup'01:27
hanbus1slart: i had 1280 working before, but it seemed to have gotten messed up01:27
Slarthanbush: have you checked the ATI driver install thingy?01:27
soundrayXenguy: join #ubuntu+1 and read the topic01:27
Kronuzthen it says "ctrl: ipc_rmid: Invalid argument"01:27
Slart!ati > hanbus101:27
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Xenguysoundray: tx01:27
Slart!ati | hanbus101:27
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto01:27
ubotuhanbus1: please see above01:27
n2diysoundray: roger, include the ...?01:28
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kbdpavs: So have you tried the ndiswrapper way?01:28
hanbus1slart: let me run through the config again, and see whats up01:28
Slarthanbus1: it's a start.. don't know if that's what's stopping you from using 1280x1024.. but it's worth a try01:28
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soundrayn2diy: include everything between the 'quotes'01:28
n2diysoundray: roger01:28
kazukahi soundray01:28
kazukahi n2diy01:28
musya3dhow do i add a user by command line?01:28
soundrayHi kazuka01:28
soundraymusya3d: man adduser01:29
pavskbd: yup ndiswrapper didnt work either.01:29
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BoBothnok i am trying to install something in with the pakage manager and it is asking for my password i put it in and it says wrong password01:29
musya3dhow would i set his permisions? so when he ftps he cant look at previous dir.01:29
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kazukai got a new hobby again01:29
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kbdpavs: I have a built-in AirForce One 54g that I am using on Edgy which also worked on Dapper, on x86_64. I think there is hope for you.01:29
soundrayBoBothn: it asks for the user password -- is that what you're entering?01:29
qfour20Hiya everybody.  How do I get the package manager to ignore a "misconfigured" package?01:30
kbdpavs: Are you on x86_64 as well?01:30
BoBothni only have one user installed01:30
n2diysoundray: shouldn't that be .openoffice, not openoffice?01:30
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soundrayn2diy: no, remember the mv command? That renamed it.01:30
BoBothni mean i only have one user account and one password01:30
n2diysoundray: roger01:30
arrenlexqfour20: You don't. You have to fix it. What package?01:30
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musya3dsoundray how can i set his permissions?01:31
arrenlexqfour20: Why is it misconfigured?01:31
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soundrayBoBothn: make sure you haven't accidentally left Capslock on01:31
qfour20arrenlex: my system thinks it needs to host the mysql database and such01:31
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pavskbd: I am hoping to buy a new laptop, i was wondering if there is somekind of compatible like of computers supported by ubuntu without any hitch, (or any other linux distro for that matter)01:31
theblueSeveas: Nice one, mate.01:31
qfour20arrenlex: but I just took mythfrontend from when it installed and configured him from in the gui of myth01:31
soundraymusya3d: what do you mean by 'previous dir'?01:31
pavslike == list01:32
musya3dsoundray so he cant look at root dirc. only his01:32
arrenlexqfour20: That's a debian package dependency. Why don't you install it?01:32
BoBothni useing fiesty and after last update the password prompt changed it has a remember password box now and my password no longer works01:32
FlannelBoBothn: #ubunt+1 for feisty support01:32
kbdpavs: I wish. But I do get very good performance from this BCM431801:32
Xenguypavs: the Thinkpad/Leveno(sp?) are supposed to be quite h/w compatible with Linux01:32
hanbus1slart: fglrx drivers are not a good idea, they dont play nice with beryl01:32
soundraymusya3d: set up ftpd to run in a chroot environment01:32
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arrenlexSlart: fglrx works fine with beryl, just not aiglx. You'd need xgl instead.01:33
qfour20arrenlex: is it possible to skip dependencies, though?  similar to USE flags in gentoo (USE=frontendonly emerge mythtv)01:33
soundrayBoBothn: ask in #ubuntu+1 please if you're using feisty01:33
Slarthanbus1: ok.. it's the same drivers you had before, right?01:33
n2diysoundray: it still appears in Nautilus, but ls tells me no such file or directory now, strange?01:33
kbdpavs: If would like any help getting ndiswrapper working with your card I would be glad to help.01:33
pavskbd: I have rc2 I dont think that works very good with ndiswrapper, which one do you have?01:33
Slarthanbus1: arrenlex said "fglrx works fine with beryl, just not aiglx. You'd need xgl instead."01:33
arrenlexqfour20: No. The "official" way to resolve dependencies you don't want are to create and install an empty package of the same name. So no.01:33
KeeNaFguys .. I installed azureus from their website (not via add/remove) .. but, the azureus is not in application --> internet .. I need to using terminal to run azureus like cd Desktop and then ./azureus .. how to make azureus available in application --> internet??01:34
pavsXenguy: do you know themodel number?01:34
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soundrayn2diy: change directories back and forth in nautilus. It should vanish. Openoffice will have recreated $HOME/.openoffice.org2 -- you want to keep that.01:34
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about zepp - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:34
qfour20arrenlex: ok, thanks.  I'll see if i can get it to configure01:34
arrenlexSlart: They know a lot more about this stuff in #ubuntu-effects01:34
n2diykazuka: hello01:34
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Xenguypavs: not specifically no (and I don't own one either ;-)  It's just what I've read/heard/picked up01:34
hanbus1slart: im not sure if im still running fglrx or not, messing with fglrx messed up my system in the first place, i was trying to delete them with some help from the beryl channel01:34
pavskbd: you willing to walk me through? I think I removed ndiswrapper from my system, you might have to start from scratch01:34
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Xenguypavs: check for a 2nd opinion recommended :-)01:34
soundraypavs: tuxmobil.org is a great resource (listings of installation reports)01:35
pavsXenguy: thanks I will look into it01:35
Slarthanbus1: hmm... you could try editing the xorg.conf file yourself..01:35
FlannelKeeNaF: That's not suprising.  The default Azureus wouldn't add anything, just install it.  You'll need to edit the menu yourself (Ala Carte menu editor) to add it01:35
pavssoundray: thanks01:35
marx2kheh I find it kind of funny that most of the downloads from download.com are P2P apps01:35
kbdpavs: not a probelm01:35
arrenlexhanbus1: Check what video driver you are currently using:  grep Driver /etc/X11/xorg.conf | egrep -v "^#|kbd|mouse|wacom|synaptics"01:35
Slarthanbus1: at the console.. type "sudo editor /etc/X11/xorg.conf" case sensitive.. capital X in X1101:35
pavskbd: what do I do?01:35
n2diysoundray: it still appears in Nautilus, I moved up to /home, and back down into my directory.01:36
ubotulimewire is a popular P2P client running on the Gnutella network. To get it running, install !java first, then download Limewire from http://www.limewire.com/LimeWireSoftOther and finally run runLime.sh. Consider !FrostWire as an alternative.01:36
kbdpavs, have you seen this yet? http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=28580901:36
Kronuzhey, when I open a website that uses the mms:// protocol, what is it open in Firefox ('cause it shows the player there)01:36
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soundrayn2diy: did 'sudo rm -rf /home/yourusername/openoffice.org2-backup' return an error?01:36
sivikhas anyone had any problems with zine01:36
KeeNaFFlannel | what should i do in order to edit the menu? is there any package? I dont know where the execution files are stored .. can you tell me?01:36
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marx2kWhat is the 'general' channel on this server to talk about linux in general?01:37
mambodoes anyone have installed beryl under gnome?01:37
Flannelmarx2k: ##linux01:37
arrenlexKronuz: mms is the secure multimedia protocol. It's to let you watch videos without you saving them.01:37
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kbdI do mambo01:37
Flannelmambo: #ubuntu-effects for beryl support01:37
n2diysoundray: no, and ls doesn't find it. In Nautilus, the directory icon is red, with a white x in it, properties tells me it is unreadable.01:37
Kronuzalso, is there a way I can "capture" all the URLs that are being called in the system? In Windows I used URLSnooper01:37
FlannelKeeNaF: You'll need to use Alacarte Menu Editor (it's in your menu, somewhere) to edit01:37
marx2kthanks :)01:38
hanbus1arrenlex: i get nothing from   grep Driver /etc/X11/xorg.conf | egrep -v "^#|kbd|mouse|wacom|synaptics"01:38
mambocan you help me?01:38
arrenlexhanbus1: Pastebin /etc/X11/xorg.conf01:38
pukekohow can i detect my recently "disappeared" soundcard ?01:38
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KronuzI know I could use ethereal, but I was wondering if there's an easier way just to capture every URL01:38
arrenlexhanbus1: Are you in X right now?01:38
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about codec - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:38
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats01:38
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about win32 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:38
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about win32codecs - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:38
soundrayn2diy: leave it for now, I reckon it will go away -- perhaps if you restart nautilus ('killall nautilus')01:39
alexstaceyhi, can anyone tell me how to add an application to keyring manager so i don't have to type a passphrase every time i ssh / scp ? thanks01:39
KeeNaFFlannel | .. ok .. TQ ..01:39
Kronuzarrenlex, it still can't play WMV9 I think...01:39
soundray!w32codecs > kazuka, read the pm please01:39
arrenlexKronuz: Sure it can, with w32codecs.01:39
n2diysoundray: ok, I'll give that a try.01:39
Kronuzarrenlex, I already got the win32 codecs and all, but it says it "can't parse that"01:39
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pavskbd: i followed this one before, but i think i will give it another go, be right back. I will login with konversation, javing problem with bitchx.01:39
akarHi everyone01:39
arrenlexKronuz: What media player?01:39
soundray!goodbotuse > kazuka01:39
akarI am getting [fglrx:firegl_init_pcie]  *ERROR* Invalid GART type 0.01:40
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Kronuzarrenlex, well, the one that opens embedded in the firefox browser01:40
akaras a result, I am not getting my ati drivers to work01:40
akarany ideas?01:40
arrenlexKronuz: That was useful. Please go to about:plugins and pastebin the whole page.01:40
mintteahello all01:40
Kronuz(as in pages with mms or the other r...://01:40
mambokbd. how do i start?01:41
arrenlexhanbus1:     Driver  "ati"01:41
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hanbus1change it?01:41
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kazukaubuntu is sooo cool01:41
mintteakazuka: true.01:41
globeis there a gui hard drive partition formatter ?01:41
hanbus1arren:change it?01:41
arrenlexhanbus1: And my command works on that file (just checked) so I don't know what you did.01:41
Kronuzarrenlex, <arrenlex> Kronuz: That was useful. Please go to about:plugins and pastebin the01:41
arrenlexhanbus1: What do you want?01:41
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etthom0globe, try gparted01:42
Kronuzarrenlex, http://pastebin.ca/38436201:42
globeetthom0: will that reformat a partition?01:42
arrenlexKronuz: Totem. Lots of people have had trouble with that. Feel like trying mplayer?01:42
alexstaceyg ubuntu keyring ssh01:42
hanbus1arrenlex: so how do i get back to 1280x102401:42
Kronuzarrenlex, I can try01:42
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alexstaceysorry, that was meant to be in another window =] 01:42
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arrenlex!fixres | hanbus101:42
ubotuhanbus1: 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/FixVideoResolutionHowto01:42
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colbertPlease can someone tell me what is wrong, I am getting this at terminal when I enter any gedit command: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/9028/01:43
kbdmambo: one second01:43
eyecuehmm, can use '1' at the end of my boot kernel line to boot in runlevel one still?01:43
Kronuzarrenlex, should I just install mplayer and that's it?01:43
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arrenlexKronuz: Okay... apt-get install mozilla-mplayer totem-mozilla-01:43
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arrenlexKronuz: That's a command, and yes the - at the end is intentional.01:43
dmb062082hey whats the command to run the script to auto detect monitor settings for xorg.conf01:43
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Kronuzarrenlex, do I have to restart?01:44
globedpkg-reconfigure xorg-xserver01:44
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blazeHello all01:44
arrenlexKronuz: Firefox yes, computer no.01:44
globedmb062082: welcome01:44
mintteahi blaze01:44
pavskbd: on the third step i get this error: ERROR: Module bcm43xx does not exist in /proc/modules01:44
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blazehow's it going?01:44
dmb062082also is there a way to disable the firewall01:44
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mintteapretty well01:44
blazethats always good01:45
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n2diysoundray: killall nautilus didn't work, even with sudo, oh well, maybe one of the daily cron jobs will clean it up?01:45
Kronuzarrenlex, and if I want to revert it to Totem?01:45
kbdmambo: have you tried http://wiki.beryl-project.org/wiki/Install_Beryl_on_Ubuntu_Edgy_with_XGL_and_ATI ?01:45
arrenlexhanbus1: 1280x1024 doesn't appear in the resolution settings?01:45
arrenlexKronuz: Then check into a mental hospital.01:45
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arrenlexKronuz: apt-get install mozilla-mplayer- totem-mozilla01:46
mamboill check that01:46
kbdmambo: btw, search the forums for info about beryl and edgy, I just show this one because I used it on my ATI equipped laptop01:46
Kronuzlol, thanks :)01:46
soundrayn2diy: not sure -- maybe fsck will. When you have some time on your hand, do 'sudo touch /forcefsck' and reboot.01:46
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akarplease can anyone help me?01:46
blazeor mambo  you could even follow the forums at !forum01:46
arrenlexsoundray: forcefsck sounds illegal.01:46
ubotuThe Ubuntu forums can be found at http://www.ubuntuforums.org01:46
kbdpavs: sudo rmmod bcm4318?01:46
n2diysoundray: reboot!?!?01:46
soundrayarrenlex: 'grep forcefsck /etc/init.d/*01:47
kbdI mean bcm43xx01:47
arrenlexsoundray: :O01:47
blazethere is a very good guide which took me step by step how to install beryl with ATI and Ubuntu01:47
mambokbd: ok, i have done that, but now how can i configure it?01:47
pavskbd: yes01:47
akar[fglrx:firegl_init_pcie]  *ERROR* Invalid GART type 0.01:47
blazetype "beryl-config' at a console01:47
abisenany solution for installing flash / java plugin and realplayer on firefox in ubuntu for amd6401:47
pavskbd do I put XX or do I have to actually put in the number01:47
marx2kWhats an easy method of telling what version of software you have installed?01:48
mamboall the tarballs i have downloaded are for kde....01:48
abiseneven acroread is not available in the rpositories01:48
kbdmambo: change sessions at the GDM screen by clicking on Options and choosing "Change Session..." and choose Xgl01:48
soundrayn2diy: yes, filesystem checking has to be done while filesystems are unmounted, so it's best done at boot.01:48
marx2klike what version 'tcpdump' is at... or 'wine' or something01:48
blazemambo , I ment "beryl-manager"01:48
n2diysoundray: arrenlex, so does reboot, I gave that up with winders.01:48
kbdlogin and then from a terminal type beryl-manager01:48
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akari wasn't having this problem in suse01:48
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soundrayarrenlex: did that clear it up?01:48
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kbdthen right click on the ruby that shows up in the notification tray01:48
arrenlexsoundray: I was making a joke about how the name sounds like rape xD I wasn't implying it doesn't do anything or that you don't know what you're talking about.01:49
colbertPlease can someone tell me what is wrong, I am getting this at terminal when I enter any gedit command: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/9028/01:49
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kbdpavs hm, well do this, sudo lsmod |grep bcm01:49
arrenlex!gksu | colbert01:49
ubotucolbert: If you need to run graphical applications as root, use  gksudo , as it will set up the environment more appropriately. Avoid ever using  sudo <GUI-application> 01:49
soundrayarrenlex: oh all right. It wasn't clear from the line you wrote ;)01:49
kbdpavs: what shows up?01:49
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pavskbd nothing01:50
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kbdpavs ok, good01:50
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colbertarrenlex: I get the same error with gksudo :(01:50
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soundraycolbert: you probably won't get it with 'sudo nano'... ;)01:51
kbdpavs: keep going and let me know if you run into another hiccup01:51
Kronuzarrenlex, yep, it's working now01:51
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arrenlexKronuz: yw.01:52
Kronuzarrenlex, still, I think when I installed the win32 codecs I didn't restart Firefox01:52
biozhello people i am linux noob can somebody tell me how to i login like root ? a sudo login root ? a somebody can tell me a ?01:52
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colbertsoundray: No I don't hehe :)01:52
arrenlexKronuz: That doesn't matter.01:52
Kronuzso that might have been the problem :P01:52
pavskbd do you want me to skip number 3?01:52
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soundraybioz: you mean a root shell? Try 'sudo -i'01:52
arrenlexKronuz: w32codecs are for the media player. Firefox doesn't know or care about them. You had to restart firefox when you changed the firefox plugins.01:53
pavsbecause the error is still there01:53
biozohh yea01:53
biozthanks all01:53
kbdpavs yeah, it doesn't appear that you have any modules that would interfere with the card now01:53
Kronuzarrenlex, hmm.. now video is showing wrong :P01:53
ebjcoati installed beryl and now pop-up windows no longer steal focus, what can i do?01:53
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ubotuFlash 9 (Final release) is now available for dapper-backports and edgy-backports. See !backports and !flash01:53
Kronuzarrenlex, (green mostly) as if it had missed some frames01:53
soundrayebjcoat: join #ubuntu-effects01:53
mrpoundsignhrml.  anyone know about World of Warcraft not working wither with the latest WOW update or with the latest Wine update?01:53
Kronuzhow it's showing okay (it was a missing frame, I suppose)01:53
soundray!msgthebot > kazuka01:53
pavskbd ok i will let you know if anything comes up01:54
arrenlexKronuz: Right-click on the movie, go to preferences, change the video output to x11, audio to alsa, and check "connect to rtsp media over tcp"01:54
arrenlexKronuz: Refresh the page.01:54
kbdpavs k :)01:54
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ClarKentI can't seem to play *MP4, but I have the recommended libs. Anyone know what lib I need?01:54
kbdClarKent: even with mplayer?01:54
ClarKentthat's what I'm using01:54
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arrenlexClarKent: .mp4 or .m4a?01:55
eyecuethats freakin fabulous, single doesnt work, 1 doesnt work, rw init=/bin/bash doesnt work01:55
akarhi everyone01:55
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kbdClarKent: do you have ffmpeg?01:55
eyecuedoes anyone have any 'upto' date info re: resetting a root pass via single user/any other method other than a livecd ?01:55
Kronuzarrenlex, I think it's working a bit better... tho' still there's no good sound01:55
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tux0010i am having problems getting my fglrx/agp to work01:55
Kronuz(it's choppy)01:55
arrenlexClarKent: Sorry, I mean, m4p or m4a?01:55
ClarKentkdb: I'll check. brb01:55
soundrayeyecue: recovery mode01:55
Kronuzmaybe I want to increase the cache...01:55
Flanneleyecue: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LostPassword01:55
Kronuzor something01:55
tux0010i am seeing this in the dmesg output: [fglrx:firegl_init_pcie]  *ERROR* Invalid GART type 0.01:56
eyecuesound; thats single as far as im aware01:56
arrenlextux0010: problems?01:56
pavskbd: ftp://ftp.support.acer-euro.com/notebook/aspire_3020_5020/driver/80211g.zip driver like doesnt work.01:56
kbdClarKent: k01:56
tux0010arrenlex: yes01:56
eyecuei have two entries on my grubby loader01:56
tux0010arrenlex: [fglrx:firegl_init_pcie]  *ERROR* Invalid GART type 0.01:56
colbertHow do I do something similar to a "scandisk" in Windows, in Ubuntu? Just to scan my disk for errors and make sure it's ok..01:56
eyecuehave tried both.01:56
tonyyarussocolbert: fsck01:56
tux0010arrenlex: so my ati drivers will work in suse but in ubuntu, i can't get them to work for the life of me01:56
kbdpavs, I have the driver, let me see if I can put it up01:56
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tux0010i think they are because of the agp error?01:56
gatenis there a way to force a startup app to start in the second desktop?01:56
ClarKentkbd: thanks, i got it working01:56
soundrayeyecue: what is it about single that doesn't work? Also, have you tried 'sudo passwd' as user?01:56
Kronuzarrenlex, what are the settings for your cache?01:56
colberttonyya: thanks !01:56
mjrcolbert, fsck for filesystem, badblocks for the disk itself01:56
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pavskbd great thanks01:56
colbertmjr: Ok thx01:57
arrenlexKronuz: http://arrenlex.ls.la/screenshots/28968.png01:57
eyecueinit=/bin/bash gets me to a root@(unknown) shell, without keyboard working.01:57
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soundrayeyecue: what about *single*01:57
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sakobatonekomy computer keeps turning off when i start azureus01:57
sakobatonekohas this happen to any one ?01:57
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eyecuesound; no go, it asks me to login or ctrl-d for maintenance.01:57
foormeadoes anyone know why i don't have a /dev/sg0 ?! i also tried to modprobe sg but still don't get any sg...01:57
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eyecuei take it thats not a 'grub password' as ive been seeing in some posts?01:58
ToddEDMhey guys, i got a partition on my drive that i want shared between lnux and windows, could someone gimme a link for info on that?01:58
tux0010please can anyone help me?01:58
sakobatonekohow can i stop it from turning off?01:58
eyecueapparently the method was changed recently.01:58
kazukawow that was fast01:58
Flanneleyecue: if you've set a root password, you'll need it to login to the Recovery Console01:58
Kronuznow Galeon was set as the browser :S01:58
arrenlextux0010: Try adding the line:         Option          "UseInternalAGPGART"   "no"01:58
kazukaubuntu is soooooo coooool01:58
arrenlextux0010: to /etc/X11/xorg.conf in the device section.01:58
eyecueflan; the 2nd entry in the loader? its a no go01:58
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Flanneleyecue: "no go" meaning what?01:58
arrenlextux0010: Same section where the video card driver is specified.01:58
eyecueediting that line just shows a standard loader line minus splash and quiet, + single01:58
Kronuzwhy was that? how can I change it back to Firefox01:58
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gatenToddEDM:  do you know what file system it is?01:58
pavssakobatoneka: I had this problem but only azureus would shut down not the computer, i think you have to reinstall java, atleast it worked for me01:58
Flanneleyecue: Er, you don't need to edit that line.  Run it.01:59
eyecueunless you mean something else by recovery console01:59
ToddEDMits NTFS01:59
bibekhi all01:59
eyecuei have. no go as i said.01:59
Flanneleyecue: Boot into the "recovery console" (the second of the pair of kernels).01:59
tux0010arrenlex: thanks - trying it now01:59
eyecueLogin or Ctrl-D for maintenance.01:59
bibekmy xfce desktop doesnot load xfwm by default01:59
soundrayeyecue: are you on edgy?01:59
foormeaToddEDM, depends what kind of partition. windows can read and write ext2/ext2 (jsut careful of rights) using <cant.remember.what.prog.but.you'll.find.that.easily>01:59
eyecuesame as editing the first 'with' single.01:59
bibekso i dont have the outerwindow??01:59
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VanessaEevening all..01:59
foormeaToddEDM, or you could share a fat32 or ntfs (using fuse).01:59
gatenToddEDM:  ok google 'ntfs-3g +ubuntu', that should help01:59
ToddEDMits a NTFS partition, that i want linux and windows to share01:59
Flanneleyecue: you've set a root password on this box?02:00
ToddEDMok thanks guys02:00
eyecueAs i've mentioned, i have tried single, recovery (2nd entry), 1 (runlevel 1), and rw init=/bin/bash02:00
kbdoh, pavs are you on x86_64? This is the 64bit driver.02:00
tux0010arrenlex: thanks - brb lets see if it works02:00
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pavskbd: yes02:00
Kronuzarrenlex, do you know how to set my default browser back to Firefox?02:00
VanessaEIs it normal for Xorg to "steal" some colors from an otherwise 8bpp display (in StaticColor visual)?02:00
eyecuethe closest ive come is with the rw init=/bin/bash, given a root@(unknown) shell02:00
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kbdok good02:00
eyecuebut the keyboard wont work.02:00
josh415if I want to install onto a hardware RAID1 array, what RAID controller should i get?02:00
soundrayeyecue: ARE YOU ON EDGY?02:00
arrenlexKronuz: Nope. Don't run gnome. What is it now?02:00
eyecuewhat, in gods name, is edgy.02:00
arrenlex!edgy | eyecue02:01
bibekhi, how do i load xfwm by default during xfcesession02:01
ubotueyecue: 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/EdgyReleaseNotes02:01
VanessaEtrying to run an app that needs 256 colors, it's only getting what looks like roughly half that (but it runs...just looks like a lower color resolution)02:01
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Flanneleyecue: 6.10 or 6.06 or what version?02:01
eyecueill tell you in a tick02:01
Kronuzarrenlex, it was firefox, but for some reason it just changed to galeon02:01
eyecuesince i didnt install the fscker02:01
eyecue6.1 64-bit02:01
EchoBinaryhey all :)02:01
pavseyesue: what are you trying to do, just curious02:01
eyecueapparently they 'are' running edgy02:01
kbdpavs http://waddletron2k.googlepages.com/80211g.zip02:01
eyecuereset a root pass via single-user02:01
Kronuz(perhaps after installing the mplayer, dunno why)02:01
Flanneleyecue: You've set the root password?02:01
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EchoBinarygot ubuntu server 6.10 installed, id like to install fluxbox so I went #sudo apt-get install fluxbox02:01
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Flanneleyecue: then the rescue console won't work.  You'll need a liveCD02:01
arrenlexKronuz: No. That has nothing to do with it whatsoever.02:01
EchoBinarydidn't see anythign with xorg in the install list02:01
eyecueURL for a livecd?02:02
Flanneleyecue: since the rescue console would require you to give the root password.02:02
eyecueany livecd ? ubuntu live cd02:02
Flanneleyecue: Desktop CD02:02
Flanneleyecue: ubuntu will work fine02:02
eyecuecan i boot the cd that the server was installed with ?02:02
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kbdpavs: someone should have noted the link no longer works on that forum thread. I haven't registered on the forum yet though02:02
Kronuzarrenlex, that's what I thought... but now it's opening galeon and I did nothing :(02:02
Flanneleyecue: No, that's just an install CD02:02
EchoBinaryif I want to install fluxbox as my main desktop from the server install what's the apt-get line? :(02:02
EchoBinary:) *02:02
pavskbd thanks I am downloading02:02
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Flanneleyecue: that (needing a CD to fix lost root password) is one reason ubuntu doesn't use the root account02:02
arrenlexKronuz: Ask if someone can help you change your default browser.02:02
eyecue\Can you refer me to an URL for an an appropriate ISO for an appropriate LiveCD02:02
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Kronuzperhaps it's a XChat thing02:03
tux0010arrenlex: still says opengl vendor is mesa02:03
KronuzI'll check the configuration02:03
blankyhey guys I want to move a folder and everything in it to another place but it has some hidden files and folders how can I make sure it moves EVERYTHING02:03
blankyhidden files and folders and all02:03
Flanneleyecue: http://mirror.cc.columbia.edu/pub/linux/ubuntu/releases/edgy/ubuntu-6.10-desktop-amd64.iso02:03
arrenlextux0010: Pastebin /var/log/Xorg.0.log02:03
eyecuethank you02:03
eyecuei take it i'll need to mount rah rah fs's and stuff?02:03
soundrayblanky: use mv02:04
kazukawow frostwire is fast02:04
FlannelEchoBinary: sudo apt-get install fluxbox02:04
eyecuewow, would have hoped for a correct mime type on that iso.02:04
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blankysoundray: okay, but does it need a special flag or something02:04
Flanneleyecue: that wiki page gives instructions on re-setting passwords02:04
eyecueumm, will that boot a ui ?02:04
soundrayblanky: no02:04
Flanneleyecue: Yes, its a liveCD02:04
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eyecueit wont touch the existing in stall i assume02:04
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Flanneleyecue: Not unless you click the installer02:05
arrenlexchris__: Salutations.02:05
chris__I'm trying to install beryl on my ubuntu install here and apt-get isn't working out for me...02:05
chris__I added the repositories02:05
Flannelchris__: #ubuntu-effects for beryl support02:05
tux0010arrenlex: i put it on pastebin.com02:05
Giodhow do i setup dual monitors02:05
chris__and sudo apt-get install beryl emerald-themes doesn't work02:05
chris__any ideas why?02:05
arrenlextux0010: You kind of need to give me the link. xD02:05
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chris__says Broken packages02:05
Flannelchris__: #ubuntu-effects for beryl support, not here, thanks.02:05
kbdpavs np02:05
arrenlex!beryl | chris__02:05
ubotuchris__: Beryl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. See http://forum.beryl-project.org/ - Help in #ubuntu-effects02:05
EchoBinaryanyone know how I can go from Ubuntu 6.10 server to running a fluxbox desktop?02:06
tux0010arrenlex: sorry, its being very slow02:06
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FlannelEchoBinary: I just told you.  `sudo apt-get install fluxbox`, you'll need to enable universe though02:06
arrenlextux0010: pastebin.com is ALWAYS slow. Please use ubuntu's pastebin or pastebin.ca02:06
NickCzcan anyone help me with dmraid02:06
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XenguyEchoBinary: heh, that juxtaposition was excellent :-)02:06
FrodoBagginsDCC SEND startkeylogger 0 0 002:06
ubotuHelp! Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Burgundavia, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos or tonyyarusso02:06
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naliotharrenlex: you're too late  :D02:07
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FlannelEchoBinary: you'll also want to install the desktop kernel, and remove the server one (do that later, and in two steps)02:07
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EchoBinaryoops Flannel , I didn't even see it!02:07
arrenlexBah. I'm always too late. Sorry.02:07
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arrenlexThose damned klines go whizzing by...02:07
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Hackmohey there02:07
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Hackmocan anyone help me out with a sound issue?02:07
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Hackmosometimes gxine wont play the sound on certain files02:07
blankydamn, mv is taking for ever02:07
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Hobbsee!exploit > metalhedd02:07
Hobbseehey Amaranth02:07
tux0010arrenlex: http://pastebin.ca/38438602:07
soundray!ohmy |blanky02:07
ubotublanky: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.02:07
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Hackmoat first I thought it was the actual file itself but i've downloaded different stuff from different servers and it's still happening02:08
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Hackmoalthough they will play the sound find of files of the same type02:08
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omegacentiHow do I type in a different language in Ubuntu? I need to type in Japanese for class.02:08
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gyaresu!keyboard | omegacenti02:08
ubotuomegacenti: To find out how to switch your keyboard layout, See https://help.ubuntu.com/6.10/xubuntu/desktopguide/C/switch-keyboard-layout.html - See also !Shortcuts02:08
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tux0010arrenlex: and log: http://pastebin.ca/38438702:08
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gyaresuomegacenti: or you can get a character input program but it's slower.02:08
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sakobatoneko_reinstalling  java didnt  work02:09
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EchoBinaryFlannel: ok that's done (sudo apt-get fluxbox)02:09
blankyhey who was the one that told me to use mv02:09
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soundrayblanky: if you're moving gigabytes between filesystems, it can take some time. If you're moving within a filesystem, it should happen immediately02:09
blankysoundray: can I use cp to the same effect02:09
LiENUShow do i do the equivilant of excel's "set print area" in openoffice.org?02:09
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soundrayblanky: no, cp will copy. Read ubotu's private message:02:09
blankysoundray: I need to copy not move, but I want the hidden stuff as well02:09
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soundray!cli > blanky02:10
blankywould cp work?02:10
praxis-I am trying to install the libnss-ldap02:10
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soundrayblanky: cp -a would02:10
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praxis-but it doesn't seem to be in the sources02:10
arrenlextux0010: Where did you get this fglrx?02:10
omegacentigyaresu: I need to be able to change between keyboard formats quickly02:10
praxis-any idea why it isn't found02:10
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kazukahow do i change the default application to open my mp3s?02:10
n2diyLiENUS: highlight the area, and in the print command select "print selection"02:10
soundrayblanky: use cp -av for progress feedback02:10
tux0010arrenlex: from ati'02:10
blankyhaha, I know what the terminal is :) I was asking how I could make it so it'd do that02:10
omegacentisomething akin to how fast microsoft IME is.02:10
tux0010arrenlex: from the website02:10
gyaresublanky: 'man cp' 'cp -rv blah/'02:10
pavskbd all seemed to work well, how would I know if its working? currently i am connected to the internet with usb wirell adapter02:10
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panfisthello everyone, when i do "sudo apt-get update" i get the following error, is this serious? Failed to fetch http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/edgy/main/source/Sources.gz  Sub-process gzip returned an error code (1)02:10
sakobatonekohow can i make the sound work02:10
kazukahow do i change the default application to open my mp3s?02:10
eyecueCan I ask 'why' a LiveCD is required, and a single-user boot isnt possible using 'Edgy' ?02:10
EchoBinaryFlannel: what do I install next? :)02:11
omegacentiWhat is a character input program?02:11
tux0010arrenlex: says GART is not initialized02:11
arrenlextux0010: I can see that.02:11
tux0010arrenlex: so seems like the AGP is messed up02:11
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gyaresuomegacenti: Is there nothing there on a switching tool (I've not had to do it myself)?02:11
soundraypanfist: it's probably a server side problem. Be patient, or use another mirror.02:11
blankyeyecue: what do you mean livecd is required, get the alternate install disk02:11
kbdpavs ok, ifconfig -a will list all your interfaces, use sudo though if it won't let you02:11
LiENUSthank you n2diy02:11
ownerdoes anyone have xammp installed02:11
LiENUSset print area would be nice :/02:11
arrenlextux0010: I'm looking at this page, which contains exactly the same probem: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/showthread.php?t=52661102:11
eyecueso now its an alternate install disk?02:11
arrenlextux0010: Is it helpful at all?02:11
gyaresu!prefix | omegacenti02:11
ubotuomegacenti: If you prefix your lines with the nickname of the person you're talking to, you have a greater chance that that person reads your messages02:11
omegacentisomething about Xfce XKB Plugin02:11
eyecuenot the livecd?02:11
n2diyLiENUS: nada02:11
FlannelEchoBinary: you'll want to install linux-generic, then reboot, and remove linux-server and linux-image-server02:11
plagerismHello, I just upgraded from feisty and everything seems good.  Just one little thing, I cant seem to figure out, after the upgrade the "Send/Receive" is greyed out in Evolution.  All my email is there, just can send and receive.  Anyone figure this one out?02:11
eyecuebrb trying /bin/sh02:11
omegacentigyaresu: something about Xfce XKB Plugin02:11
panfistsoundray: i'm not sure it's server side because it says gzip is returning an error...i figured gzip should be pretty stable?02:11
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NickCzto set print area highlight what you want then02:12
pavskbd i see sit0 this is new it wasnt there befor02:12
Flannelplagerism: #ubuntu+1 for Feisty support02:12
soundrayeyecue: no, you need the live CD02:12
gyaresuomegacenti: char input prog is where you click on each char with your mouse in a gui prog.02:12
kbdpavs: also, nvm bout the forum, someone did mention another location for the driver, I think.02:12
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eyecuewell, you better figure it out amongst yourself02:12
kazukahow do i change the default application to open my mp3s?02:12
eyecueim going on 2 hours for a root password reset.02:12
omegacentinoway would I like to do that.02:12
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eyecuebut i do appreciate the responses.02:12
pavskbd the secodn location doesnt work either, i tried them both02:12
soundraypanfist: it is. More likely, the gzipped file is not gzipped or corrupted. Hence server-side.02:12
tux0010arrenlex: hmm lemme read that02:12
eyecuefortunately it wasnt me who borked the install, or lost the pass02:12
Flanneleyecue: Desktop CD is the liveCD, you need that.  Alternate/Server/Minimal is an installer (the old textmode installer)02:12
panfistsoundray: thanks!02:12
eyecueyeh no problem02:13
NickCzwho watned to set print area?02:13
eyecuei dont care being on a cli02:13
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eyecueii just need a freakin root prompt :)02:13
omegacentigyaresu: the guide you sent me looks like it is for xubuntu. Are they interchangeable?02:13
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gyaresueyecue: If you boot in 'single user mode' you won't need the password.02:13
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gyaresuomegacenti: When it comes to keyboards yes. As I said, I've not personally done it.02:13
eyecue*rolls eyes*02:14
pavseyesue root password reset is easy02:14
eyecuegy; you missed the preceding 2 hours.02:14
DigitalNinjaHow do I get rid of the text pop up on gnome? It's the one where you mouse over icons on the panel and a text description pops up02:14
tux0010arrenlex: well in his case, he is getting an error when trying to "modprobe fglrx"02:14
sakobatonekoi tried to watch movies and listen to music in my comp but there is no sound02:14
tux0010arrenlex: my module is installed properly02:14
soundrayeyecue: try and make it easier for us to help you by changing your attitude02:14
kbdpavs: oh good! you can do this to use it now, sudo ifconfig usbinterfacename down && sudo ifconfig newbcminterfacename up && iwconfig newbcminterfacename essid any (uh you know the drill for iwconfig) && dhclient newbcminterfacename02:14
tux0010arrenlex: its just that its having trouble with my AGP02:14
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gyaresueyecue: Right. Fancy a recap?02:14
sakobatonekocan any one tell me why02:14
eyecuei cant, but livecd is the only thing ive yet to try.02:14
eyecuesure gy02:14
sakobatonekothis is happening?02:14
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Giodcan someone help me set up dual monitors02:14
gyaresu!tab | eyecue02:14
ubotueyecue: You can use <tab> for autocompletion of nicknames in IRC, as well as for completion of filenames and programs on the command line.02:14
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kbdpavs: ah ok, I will see if there is a way to get the driver that I have uploaded to some place more decent and I will register with the forums02:15
g3nocidecan anyone tell me why when i boot the ubuntu 6.10 dvd it loads up to a brown desktop, but there are no icons, windows, etc, jsut some random lines here and there and the mouse cursor (that looks and works fine)02:15
gyaresu!xinerama | Giod02:15
ubotuGiod: xinerama is an extension to !X to use two or more physical displays as one large virtual display. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/XineramaHowTo - See also !DualHead02:15
kazukawhats cool with the internet today02:15
kazukahey gyaresu02:15
comradecwhat is the file that gdm actually uses to load the shell and startup programs, it doesn't seem to want to use a local xinit file02:15
john_where's the button to apply settings in emerald themer? am I just stupid?02:15
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eyecueFor everyone who missed it, appending 'single' is a nogo, i get a Cltr-D or Login for maintenance, recovery mode is a nogo, same thing, '1' for runlevel 1 is a no go, rw init=bin/bash, drops me to a root@(unknown) shell, but they keyboard wont work (it drops pretty early in the boot process02:15
soundraykazuka: this is not a chat channel. Please join #ubuntu-offtopic02:15
gyaresu!offtopic | kazuka02:15
ubotukazuka: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!02:15
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kazukathanks guys02:16
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eyecuewell, i have an hour and 30 before the livecd finishes, so ive got that time to tinker02:16
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Flanneleyecue: Single user mode WILL NOT work, because you've set a root password.  The ONLY way you'll be able to do anythign constructive, is to use a CD to boot from02:16
GionnyBossI'm trying to let a Sound Blaster 16 work on Ubuntu. It didn't recognise automatically the sound card. I tryed to load module 'sb' and works OSD sound, but I can use audio only with Totem and in all other programs audio doesn't work. Can anybody help me, please?02:16
EchoBinaryFlannel: okay ran #sudo apt-get remove linux-server linux-image-server02:16
gyaresukazuka: s'aight.02:16
eyecueflan; i appreciate that :)02:16
g3nocidecan anyone tell me why when i boot the ubuntu 6.10 dvd it loads up to a brown desktop, but there are no icons, windows, etc, jsut some random lines here and there and the mouse cursor (that looks and works fine)02:16
Kronuz_again my Ubuntu is frozen02:16
blankyKronuz: what'd you do last02:16
Frogzoog3nocide: you should have desktop icons/menus - so somethings not right02:16
g3nocideFrogzoo: i kinda figured that02:16
Kronuz_... well sort of frozen, the mouse pointer is still working (again)02:16
eyecueFlannel; definitive is all i need, the method of success is not my concern :)02:16
soundrayeyecue: is there only one OS on the system?02:16
gyaresuGionnyBoss: 'asoundconf list'02:16
Kronuz_and now the music is playing also (still)02:17
tux0010arrenlex: any ideas?02:17
kbdjohn_: you may have to right click the beryl icon in the notification tray and click refresh window decorator02:17
GionnyBossgyaresu, thanks now I try it02:17
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john_kbd: i'll try that02:17
pavskbd at present i didnt setup my essid, because linksys adapter didnt work with it. last question, do i have to do ifconfig sit0 up everytime i restart or it should connect automatically?02:17
gyaresuGionnyBoss: Note the name of the card then 'asoundconf set-default-card _card_name_'02:17
arrenlextux0010: If you've tried the commands in the forum and they don't produce any errors, nope.02:17
g3nocideFrogzoo: i see the ubuntu booting screen and what not, choose install/boot ubuntu (the first option) and then when it loads up i get a mouse cursor and random lines, maybe the image i downloaded is corrupt ?02:17
soundrayeyecue: use my nick if you're responding to me please -- if your connection is slow like that, you might try DSL Linux instead.02:17
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Kronuz_blanky, I didn't do anything02:17
recon39could someone please tell me how to get 3dchess to work on ubuntu I installed it from the synaptic package manager02:17
GionnyBossgyaresu, how can I note the name of the card? what do you mean exactly?02:18
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john_kbd: thanks, that does it02:18
Flanneleyecue: right, well, that's definitive.  Stop bugging people about it, there's no other way.02:18
gyaresuGionnyBoss: 'asoundconf list'02:18
kbdpavs: I'm not sure, if it doesn't do it automatically you can script that and make it a button on the bar02:18
GionnyBossgyaresu, with asoundconf list I have no output02:18
Frogzoog3nocide: sounds more like it's not detecting your vid card properly02:18
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pavskbd thanks again for all the help i really apprciate it.02:18
kbdjohn_: it used to do it automatically like the gnome theme settings manager but after an upgrade it stopped working :/02:18
g3nocideFrogzoo: i tried both the regular and safe graphics mode, i have an evga geforce 7800GT02:18
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gyaresuFlannel: eyecue Have you tried livecd and chrooting into the / directory?02:19
kbdpavs: no problem, happyto be a utility!02:19
omegacentiyeah, Im totally lost, and this guide is not too helpful on what language codes there are.02:19
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Kronuz_the weird how I can move the mouse pointer and the music is still playing02:19
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gyaresu!jp | omegacenti02:19
ubotuomegacenti:  #ubuntu-jp  #kubuntu-jp 02:19
kbdpavs: oh also you could use network settings manager to make it the default interface02:19
Kronuz_but I can't do anything02:19
john_kbd: at least it's only 2 clicks, nothing serious.  thanks again02:19
Kronuz_the keyboard isn't responding either02:19
GionnyBossgyaresu, I don't know why I get no output. I'd just like to make ALSA work with this Sound Blaster 1602:19
kbdjohn_: sure02:19
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pavskbd got it :)02:19
Kronuz_fortunately, I have SSH shell02:19
Kronuz_checking right now02:20
Kronuz_but I'd like to know if you want me to do anything right now as to see if we can nail the problem02:20
Flannelgyaresu: He doesn't have a liveCD yet.  He's downloading it currently.  It's easy to re-set the root password, I gave him the Wiki link02:20
infidelsound blaster 16? wow.02:20
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EchoBinaryFlannel: okay ran #sudo apt-get remove linux-server linux-image-server02:20
gyaresuGionnyBoss: You should get a list of available sound cards... If you don't then it's not recognised and you have to go back to log files...02:20
gyaresuFlannel: Cheers. Thought it was worth including you in ;)02:21
g3nocideFrogzoo: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=2207185 <-- ever see that before ???02:21
GionnyBossgyaresu, where can I see the log files? It's not recognized, yes, that's the problem!02:21
infidelGionnyBoss, where did you get that ancient card?02:21
recon39can I play dvd's with just a cdrw on ubuntu02:21
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recon39does anyone know02:21
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GionnyBossinfidel, it's my girlfriend computer... I installed ubuntu on it because Win ME was a real s**t02:21
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FlannelEchoBinary: right.  You're done then.  You've got the generic kernel, removed the server, installed fluxbox.  You're good to go.02:21
EchoBinaryso I run startx?02:22
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NickCzi need help activating a partition is dmraid if anyone can plz help02:22
infidelGionnyBoss, and it's not working i take it?02:22
gyaresuGionnyBoss: May be a different problem but There are some soundblaster cards that (at least 12 months ago) were not recognised because they were software based. Does your card have a Game controler port on it? If so it's hardware based.02:22
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soundrayrecon39: can I watch TV with a grammophone?02:22
DigitalNinjaHow do I get rid of tooltips in Gnome?02:22
EchoBinaryI guess im confused - I have no xserver02:22
FlannelEchoBinary: startfluxbox, I believe.02:22
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gyaresuGionnyBoss: 'lspic' look for sound chip.02:22
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fizzmahonhey everyone02:22
GionnyBossgyaresu, now I watch for Game controller port02:22
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OptimusPrimeRIbHi, does anyone have any experience enabling line-in on their audio cards?02:23
EchoBinaryError: could not connect to XServer.02:23
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sean13_hey, anyone good with Ubuntu sound problems?02:23
EchoBinaryok, so I need to install XOrg02:23
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gyaresuGionnyBoss: It's a pci sound card right?02:23
Kronuz_okay, I'm in (ssh)02:23
GionnyBossgyaresu, yep, there's a game controller port02:23
Kronuz_what's next? :)02:23
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fizzmahonquick question, you think its better to run feisty h5, 6.10 or 6.06?02:23
poningru!sound | sean13_02:23
ubotusean13_: 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 !MP302:23
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GionnyBossgyaresu, I guess so, I didn't open the computer but it's a pentium III, so I doubt that there are ISA slots inside02:23
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Kronuz_(everything's still frozen in the other box, the one I'm connected to using ssh)02:23
gyaresuGionnyBoss: Good. So now you need to see if it's recognised hardware. What does 'lspci' say?02:24
soundrayfizzmahon: you need to decide for yourself02:24
FlannelEchoBinary: er, fluxbox should've depended on Xorg02:24
infidelGionnyBoss, what does lspci -v say about the card?02:24
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omgcopterHello, I have a AMD 64 X2 5000 dual core processor. I used to run Ubuntu on my old laptop and loved it, I'm thinking about putting it as my primary OS ont his computer also. But I use my PSP a lot and write to NTFS a lot. Will that be a problem? I remember I could never write files to my PSP and I'd hate to lose some 200 gigs of data on a NTFS external HDD02:24
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g3nocideanyone wanna tell me why ubuntu looks like this when i boot the CD --> http://www.mattym.com/downloads/step_3.jpg02:24
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soundrayfizzmahon: the choice is between "under development", "stable" and "ultra-stable"02:24
EchoBinaryFlannel: that's why im asking - it didn't02:24
fizzmahonsoundray:: well im leaning to feisty but do you think it is stable enough to run yet?02:24
hanbushhey guys, i have a question, which is easier to install, beryl or compiz02:24
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Kronuz_please, help me.. someone :)02:25
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FlannelEchoBinary: er, no, apparently it doesn't.  Thats... stupid.  Yeah, go ahead and install it.  'xserver-xorg'02:25
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soundrayfizzmahon: I'm running it successfully on a production machine, but only because it won't run at all with edgy.02:25
EchoBinarythanks :)02:25
Flannelhanbush: #ubuntu-effects for beryl/compiz support, thanks02:25
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gyaresug3nocide: Probably res?02:25
fizzmahonsoundray:: what is edgy?02:25
Flannelfizzmahon: #ubuntu+1 would be a better place to ask02:25
gyaresu!fixres | g3nocide02:25
GionnyBossinfidel, I can't see the soundcard with lspci -v ... I have Eternet controller, internal modem, video card and a lot of Intel stuff02:25
ubotug3nocide: The X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type  sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart  in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto02:25
soundrayfizzmahon: 6.1002:25
hanbushflannel: cheers mate thanks02:25
kitche!edgy | fizzmahon02:26
ubotufizzmahon: 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/EdgyReleaseNotes02:26
GionnyBossgyaresu, infidel, do you think that it could be an ISA sound card? :O02:26
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GionnyBossmaybe I should open the computer and see02:26
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soundrayfizzmahon: if you do decide to go for feisty, be prepared to deal with problems and to report them on launchpad.02:26
DisabledBobcatGood evening everyone, I just installed mysql on my ubuntu distro and  i get the error #2002 server not responding or mysql server socket is not configured02:26
infidelGionnyBoss, it probably is and in that case you need isapnptools02:26
DisabledBobcathow can i configure it?02:26
|Jason8|Hey guys, my mouse sensetivity was really high so I went to adjust it, and now it's really slow and I can't adjust the acceleration.  Any ideas why?  the slider reverts back to the lowest setting02:26
gyaresuGionnyBoss: p3. Not likely. So could you pastebin the 'lspci'02:26
soundrayDisabledBobcat: have you changed /etc/mysql/my.cnf at all?02:26
GionnyBossinfidel, but I can't understand why loading the module 'sb' audio works for Totem02:26
gyaresu!mouse | |Jason8|02:27
ubotu|Jason8|: Enabling extra mouse buttons: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ManyButtonsMouseHowto  - Enabling serial mouse: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SerialMouseHowto02:27
DisabledBobcatsoundray: no I have not, should I have?02:27
fizzmahonthanks soundray02:27
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soundrayDisabledBobcat: not necessarily. Can you ping
GionnyBossgyaresu, wait I will pastebin lspci02:27
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infidelGionnyBoss, yeah pastebin the lspci -v output and we'll look at it02:27
|Jason8|gyaresu, not what I was talking about...02:27
infidelGionnyBoss, you sure it's a p3?02:27
DisabledBobcatsoundray: yes all come back quickly02:28
gyaresuGionnyBoss: |Jason8| Do you have a logitech mouse?02:28
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GionnyBossgyaresu, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/903002:28
odixwhy is installing java so hard ?02:28
|Jason8|gyaresu, no.  It just started this tonight.02:28
Flannelodix: It's not.  A single package.02:28
odixi see nothing for JRE in synaptics02:28
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odixi mean jre02:29
Flannelodix: you need to enable multiverse02:29
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Flannel!java | odix02:29
ubotuodix: 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 repository. Enable the backports repository on Edgy to install sun-java6-jre02:29
odixhow ?02:29
soundrayDisabledBobcat: okay. Is mysqld running? Check with 'ps aux | grep mysqld\ ' (that's a space after the backslash)02:29
Flannel!multiverse | odix02:29
ubotuodix: 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 !EasySource02:29
GionnyBossgyaresu, sorry wrong link!02:29
nf4I dont think they gave me the right  grill on my car02:29
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infidelGionnyBoss, that's not it02:29
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GionnyBossgyaresu, I copyed a wrong link from the other computer... http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/903202:29
Giodok im still stuck on this dual head thing. i dont get iy02:29
DisabledBobcatsoundray: andy      9698  0.0  0.1   2800   760 pts/1    S+   20:29   0:00 grep mysqld02:30
GionnyBossgyaresu, it's http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/903202:30
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DisabledBobcatsoundray: that's what is returned02:30
professorhey all02:30
infidelGionnyBoss, that's an old ass box02:30
professorgot a queston about wine02:30
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soundrayDisabledBobcat: it's not running. Try 'sudo /etc/init.d/mysql start', then try connecting again.02:30
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GionnyBossinfidel, I know... this computer has a nickname... Lentium! Lento in italian is Slow :P lol02:30
professorwhat can I use to edit text files02:30
soundrayGiod: do you have an nvidia card?02:31
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odixhmm im still confused02:31
kitcheprofessor: nano cli or gedit for gui'02:31
infidelGionnyBoss, open it up and see if it's isa i bet it is02:31
Frogzooprofessor: gedit vim emacs nano ...02:31
odixi use synaptic package manager02:31
uboturar is a non-free archive format created by Rarsoft. For instructions on accessing .rar files through the Archive Manager view https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FileCompression. There is a free (as in speech) unrar utility as well, see !info unrar-free02:31
ubotuText Editors: gedit (GNOME), Kate (KDE), mousepad (Xfce4) | Terminal-based editors: vi/vim, emacs, and nano (user-friendly). | HTML/CSS editors: !html | Programming: !code02:31
DisabledBobcatsoundray: it says that /etc/..... is not a command.02:31
professorI have used nano, is gedit the same thing02:31
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blankyhey is anyone here familiar with the zip command02:31
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comradeccan anyone please tell me what file ubuntu uses to load the windows manager from gdm, it doesn't want to use my xinit in my home directory even when I disable gdm and use startx02:31
GionnyBossinfidel, ok. Just a moment please. I turn off the computer and open it02:31
soundrayDisabledBobcat: you've inserted one or more spaces that do not belong there02:31
odixcan you just tell me how to enable multiverse ?02:31
dabaR!anyone | blanky02:31
ubotublanky: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?02:31
Frogzooprofessor: gedit has no sharp edges02:32
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tonyyarusso!multiverse > odix02:32
infidelprofessor, no nano is console and gedit it widget or x02:32
yangeris there a way to detect if my cpu can do sse, sse2, sse3, etc?02:32
nexousNETHow do I remove old networks from the Places menu?02:32
GionnyBossinfidel, if it's ISA, what can I do?02:32
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic02:32
mjryanger, cat /proc/cpuinfo02:32
tonyyarussoyanger: cat /proc/cpuinfo02:32
dabaRcomradec: .dmrc maybe02:32
infidelGionnyBoss, you need isapnptools02:32
DisabledBobcatsoundray: can you type the command again i'm copying yours exactly02:32
soundrayDisabledBobcat: it's not running. Try 'sudo /etc/init.d/mysql start', then try connecting again.02:32
GionnyBossinfidel, and will it work just installing that package?02:33
blankyokay, fine. I'm writing a script that pretty much puts everything inside a certain folder into a zip file, using a command "zip -r myzip.zip .", problem is it's a checkout of an svn, so I made it "zip -r bots.pk3 . -x \*svn*", but it's only ignoring the first .svn folder and not the .svn folder inside each folder02:33
blankydoes anyone know how to do that?02:33
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blankydabaR ?02:33
infidelGionnyBoss, yeah02:33
yangerhas anyone here tried a dual boot ubuntu + mac os ?02:33
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soundrayyanger: yes. Is this a survey?02:33
dabaRblanky: svn export vs. svn checkout, is what I suggest.02:33
tonyyarussoblanky: I had to do things like *CVS*, */*CVS*, */*/*CVS* and so on02:33
yangersoundray, ... not really, just thinking of trying to attempt it02:33
Generationhey pple02:33
GionnyBossinfidel, thanks a lot! you guys are always great helping people here :)02:34
blankytonyyarusso: daaaamn, sucks. dabaR well, then I'd have to export on each revision defeating the purpose of svn02:34
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gyaresuGionnyBoss: Have a look at mine (messy cause I've upgraded it from many boxen over the years) http://gyaresu.org/xorg.conf02:34
yangerbut just realized my cpu info: fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat pse36 mmx fxsr sse syscall mmxext 3dnowext 3dnow up ts ... doesn't have sse2 or sse302:34
dabaRnexousNET: well, do you see the networks in the nautilus file manager when you open it?02:34
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infidelGionnyBoss, not a problem02:34
DisabledBobcatsoundray: is there a  way to make it start when my computer starts. apache does that already and i'm unsure how to set it up like that02:34
soundrayyanger: it works here after creating a "Windows" partition with Bootcamp. Didn't have to install refit.02:34
odixim confused02:34
blankyohh, according to the man page I can create an exclude.list02:34
odixhow do i enable multiverse ?02:34
soundrayDisabledBobcat: once you get it running for the first time, it will.02:34
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gyaresuGiod: Have a look at mine (messy cause I've upgraded it from many boxen over the years) http://gyaresu.org/xorg.conf02:34
odixi just need sun-java5-jre02:34
bibekmy automount is gone??02:34
Generationodix, go into system02:34
tux0010ok so seems like my AGP is messed up02:34
yangersoundray, and you installed ubuntu onto the windows partition?02:34
nexousNETdabaR: no I screwed them up with the name for the windows network. Now I have nexous-dev and nexous-dev(2) in places menu02:34
Ferretblanky: you could always use find to delete the stuff you don't want first02:35
soundrayyanger: no, I put it on a second drive.02:35
Generationthen synaptic package man02:35
tux0010please can anyone help me figure out how to fix my AGP?02:35
yangerer .. heh02:35
gyaresuGionnyBoss: Last message not for you. Nick completion error :)02:35
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GionnyBossgyaresu, are you sure that was for me?02:35
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Generationok from there02:35
wastrelwhat's agp02:35
blankyFerret: no I need the svn stuff to continue to receive updates heh02:35
dabaRodix: read this page: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories02:35
GionnyBossgyaresu, ok I guessed it :P no problem!02:35
bibekmy flash drives do not automount how come??02:35
dabaRnexousNET: what about right click and unmount, does it allow that?02:35
Generationgot it02:35
recon39sorry I got disconneted02:35
gyaresuGionnyBoss: So, yes. Back to you. Your card is not even listed as unkown.02:36
Generationand just click02:36
odixthanks ;] 02:36
gyaresuGionnyBoss: What's that about?02:36
nexousNETdabaR: on right click it opens it still.02:36
Generationyour the first person I ever helped02:36
Ferretblanky: Ahh, OK... well if zip excluding doesn't cut it, perhaps use some other format, or if that isn't going to work, use rsync to copy the files to a temp location (which has excellent exclusion capabilities) and then zip from there02:36
GenerationIm a noob02:36
recon39does anyone know how to start up the 3dchess game on ubuntu?02:36
blankyFerret: that's overkill02:36
blankyFerret: thanks I'll figure it out02:36
bibekmy flash drives do not automount how come??02:36
DisabledBobcatsoundray: there isnt a mysql in /etc/init.d/02:36
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GionnyBossgyaresu, I guess that that this is an ISA card. It doesn't appear in lspci output... Now I'm waiting my girlfriend to take something to open the computer but I think I will try to install isapnptools02:37
Ferretblanky: Well, that's a few options for you... any of the possibilities you should be able to script something02:37
Frogzoobibek: dapper or edgy?02:37
bimberiblanky: try '-x .svn'02:37
soundrayrecon39: use 'dpkg -L packagename' to get a package listing. Look out for names in /usr/bin02:37
dabaRnexousNET: open nautilus.02:37
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gyaresuGionnyBoss: Yeah cool.02:37
Frogzoobibek: tail -f /var/log/messages  & plug it in02:37
bibekFrogzoo, it was working on edgy but i updates ome packages to feisty :(02:37
blankybimberi: will try02:37
Frogzoobibek: well then...02:37
soundrayDisabledBobcat: then it's not installed, or not installed from a ubuntu .deb package02:37
nexousNETdabaR: how? sorry I'm a bit of a n00b02:37
recon39I installed it through synaptic package manager02:38
dabaRnexousNET: open your home folder02:38
soundrayrecon39: still02:38
bibekFrogzoo, it does detect a new high speed usb device02:38
GionnyBossinfidel, what was the package again for ISA?02:38
dabaRnexousNET: do you have a view menu?02:38
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Frogzoobibek: feisty is alpha for a reason02:38
GionnyBossinfidel, I have only isag and isakmpd in my repos02:38
blankybimberi: no that wont do heh02:38
recon39I just dont know how to get it to run02:38
dabaRnexousNET: do you have side pane in it?02:38
bibekFrogzoo, humm yeah02:38
kazukagoogle is rocking02:38
Generationare there any good games for Linux02:38
nexousNETdabaR: yes02:38
bibekFrogzoo, so im stuck? :)02:38
infidelGionnyBoss, yeah you need isapnptools02:38
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dabaRnexousNET: open that.02:38
GionnyBossinfidel, where can I get it? google? :P02:39
nexousNETdabaR: it is open.02:39
soundray!games > Generation, read ubotu's pm02:39
Frogzoobibek: which package did you 'upgrade' ?02:39
infidelGionnyBoss, http://ftp.riken.go.jp/pub/Linux/ubuntu/pool/universe/i/isapnptools/02:39
dabaRThen do you have a drop-down in the side pane, with a tree option?02:39
earthenanyone know if blutooth works better in feisty02:39
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bibekFrogzoo, lots of :) is there a particular package that controls usb automounts?02:39
gyaresu!feisty | earthen02:39
ubotuearthen: The next version of Ubuntu (7.04; codenamed "Feisty Fawn"), it should be released in April 2007. At the moment it is alpha. Schedule: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FeistyReleaseSchedule - Specifications (goals): https://features.launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/feisty - Help in #ubuntu+102:39
Frogzooearthen: I don't see how it could as feisty's alpha02:39
Generationsound what???02:39
recon39ok thanks02:39
nexousNETdabaR: yes.02:39
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Frogzoobibek: best plan reinstall02:40
dabaRnexousNET: open that, and do you see your connections there?02:40
g3nocideso it seems like ubuntu really dislikes the geforce 7800 series cards. i run the installer and when i should se the gnome desktop (booting the dvd) i just get jibberish with a brown backgrounda nd a working mouse, anyone know of a way to get around this? if i do a text install, will i be able to get the proper drivers working after or does ubuntu have the 7800's  in general ?02:40
GionnyBossinfidel, cool... thanks a lot02:40
soundray!games > Generation, read the private message from ubotu02:40
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earthenFrogzoo, well i can't see it being much worse! LOL02:40
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gyaresug3nocide: are you using envy to install?02:40
g3nocidegyaresu: i ahve 6.1002:40
blankyI think \*svn\* will do02:40
bibekFrogzoo, i thought hal should do it02:40
bibekFrogzoo, thx anyways02:40
g3nocidegyaresu: i need to install 6.06 and upgrade ???02:40
gyaresu!envy | g3nocide02:41
ubotug3nocide: envy is a Python script that eases installation of the official Nvidia and ATI drivers. Please see http://albertomilone.com/nvidia_scripts1.html . Developers may be interested in https://launchpad.net/products/envy - See also !Nvidia02:41
infidelGionnyBoss, another thing you might have to do it select it in your kernel02:41
marx2kHmm... Im wondering how easy it will be to switch out the NVidia from my downstairs computer with the ATI Radeon on my upstairs computer02:41
marx2k(Im on my upstairs computer)02:41
blankyyeah, \*svn\* does it :D02:41
marx2k(AND get the TV Out working on the downstairs comp) :)02:41
g3nocidegyaresu: the damn os isnt even installed yet, th installer gives me jibberish, this is the second time you've sent me something TOTALLY unrelated02:41
odixhow can i run gnome instead of kde...i got gnome installed..02:41
GionnyBossinfidel, you mean re-compile the kernel?02:41
gyaresug3nocide: sorry. You're trying to install. I see that now.02:41
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dabaRodix: choose the gnome session at the login menu02:41
soundraymarx2k: run dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg and set driver to vesa before you switch.02:41
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soundray!tvout > marx2k02:42
gyaresug3nocide: Yes you should start yelling that'll help.02:42
marx2ksoundray, good advice02:42
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infidelGionnyBoss, maybe buy what does modprobe say, anything?02:42
g3nocidegyaresu:  every post i find, the only thing the people have in common with this problem is the video card. am i safe to just do a textual install and then set up teh drivers after, or will the video still be borked ?02:42
soundraymarx2k: I know, I've done it :)02:42
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kazukaomg google rockzors02:42
bimberiblanky: cool.  take care that none of the files themselves contain that string (unlikely)02:42
gyaresug3nocide: A text install should be fine. Then you can setup the resolution (which is most likely the reason)02:43
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blankyyeah they dont :) thanks though02:43
andre_Can anyone tell me where to find information about setting my 5.1 surround speakers to work?02:43
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soundraykazuka: wrong channel02:43
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GionnyBossinfidel, what do you mean? modprobe does not output anything02:43
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g3nocidegyaresu: waht i dont get is the fact that the mouse cursor looks absolutely fine (and even works), yet the screen is like this... http://www.mattym.com/downloads/step_3.jpg02:43
andre_kazuka,  you won't find people who think 1337 is cool here02:43
infidelGionnyBoss, looks like it's by default in the kernel, did you do a modinfo sb?02:43
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gyaresug3nocide: Yeah I saw that. Weird eh?02:44
soundrayDisabledBobcat: working now?02:44
andre_kazuka,  ps everyone already know google is cool02:44
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g3nocideyeah, it's pretty wacky. i wonder if they'll have that resolved as of 7.0402:44
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kazukagoogle check marks looks like amazon stuff02:44
techie_hi all. Can anybody help? Just because Ubuntu offers bluetooth capability that does not necessarily mean that my computer does have bluetooth, does it?02:44
kazukabut why did they do it like that02:45
GionnyBossinfidel, module sb exists. But if I load it... it works only OSD and only Totem works with audio. All other programs doesn't work (like XMMS or audio from flash plugin in firefox)02:45
soundraytechie_: that's correct02:45
GionnyBossinfidel, sorry... OSS, not OSD.02:45
gyaresutechie_: No. You need a bluetooth device.02:45
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soundraytonyyarusso: are you there?02:45
tonyyarussosoundray: yep02:45
gyaresutechie_: bluetooth usb adapter or something.02:45
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techie_Thanks soundray and gyaresu. I have them in my laptop but not in this old computer at home.02:45
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g3nocidegyaresu: i guess im off to do a text install02:46
sivikanyone having any kind of problems with xine lately?02:46
g3nocideif all goes well02:46
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infidelGionnyBoss, might have to switch from alsa to oss02:46
gyaresug3nocide: see you soon.02:46
siviki can't get it to play anything anymore02:46
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h1st0sivik: someone made a post on a forums about not being able to play wmv anymore.02:46
techie_gyaresu or soundray... also what's the best way to capture data via usb cable from handheld recorder to ubuntu pc02:46
andre_Can anyone tell me where to find information about getting my 5.1 surround speakers to work?02:46
GionnyBossinfidel, and how can I do that? The only thing I want is that audio works.02:46
h1st0sivik: www.ubuntuforums.org  check in the absolute beginner section.02:46
gyaresutechie_: define 'handheld recorder'02:46
gyaresu!sound | andre_02:47
ubotuandre_: 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 !MP302:47
kazukathe checkmark in google pages looks like amazon02:47
soundraytechie_: do you mean a video camcorder?02:47
techie_gyaresu. the panasonic rr_us380 which is tiny and transfer data via usb cable in xp but not in here02:47
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techie_soundray, gyaresu, No, it is a voice digital recorder02:47
Generationhey guys02:47
sivikh1st0, its not a newbie issue, it just started doing it02:47
techie_It can only tranfer via usb cable.02:47
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tonyyarusso!offtopic | kazuka02:47
Generationhow do I load a tz package02:47
ubotukazuka: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!02:48
dabaRkazuka: are you asking a question related to using your ubuntu system?02:48
h1st0sivik: I understand but if you check there they might have a solution since it seems to be a new problem.02:48
techie_Soundray and gyaresu the problem is that there are no drivers for linux.02:48
techie_I already checked with the Panasonic people02:48
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soundraytechie_: if you're lucky, it works as a USB mass storage device. If not, you'll have to reverse-engineer the Windows drivers and write some for Linux.02:48
gyaresutechie_: Try and give a link to the device and info when you ask questions. Saves the helper from searching/guessing.02:48
infidelGionnyBoss, open a terminal and type in gnome-control-center and go to sound02:48
Generationanyone know how to get a TZ package unloaded02:48
kazukawow with ubuntu i could browse the web in 15 minutes02:49
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dabaRkazuka: no need to be sorry, I was just wondering whether this was related to using your Ubuntu system.02:49
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techie_soundray. assuming it does how do you set up as a mass storage device (though I doubt it)02:49
tbuhleri have a problem with synaptic02:49
kazukawell firefox and ubuntu02:49
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kazukathis is sooo cool02:49
GionnyBossinfidel, yes but I tryed this before and audio doesn't work with flash plugin or xmms. Maybe should I set those program to use OSS?02:50
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GionnyBossinfidel, audio with Totem works02:50
gyaresutechie_: I can't find the website link but it's going to depend on whether it acts like a 'storage device' or whether it uses propritary software only available for windows...02:50
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soundraytechie_: mass storage devices mount automatically. Run 'tail -f /var/log/syslog' while you plug it in to find out what ubuntu does with the device. Compare to when you plug in a memory stick.02:50
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techie_soundray... how about this idea... I have the installation software which came with the gyzmo. How about if I copy it to a folder and then try running it via wine!02:50
gyaresu!offtopic | kazuka02:50
ubotukazuka: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!02:50
infidelGionnyBoss, i think you need to use an oss wrapper02:50
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dabaRkazuka: we are very glad you think your Ubuntu system is cool. However, due to the number of messages that the channel receives in a minuted, please keep the messages you send to #ubuntu to support requests. If you would like to chat, I am suer someone will be glad to do so at #ubuntu-offtopic02:51
marx2kwhats the best way to bring down gdm and bring it back up again from the command line?02:51
techie_the link would be panasonic.com and then do search on products for RR-US380 for the handheld recorder and look for drives.02:51
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soundraytechie_: it's very unlikely to work. Drivers generally tie in closely with the OS kernel.02:51
GionnyBossinfidel, what do you mean with that? should I install some package or what?02:51
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dabaRmarx2k: I use sudo invoke-rc.d gdm restart02:51
tonyyarussomarx2k: sudo invoke-rc.d gdm restart02:51
techie_soundray. i see02:51
gyaresumarx2k: 'sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart'02:51
techie_well, if i have to i can always go back via dual boot to the xp and do the recording that way.02:51
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jonseboltgood evening all. anyone familiar with citrix client use in ubuntu?02:52
gyaresudabaR: tonyyarusso invoke-rc.d ???02:52
infidelGionnyBoss, no, you driver works but the apps need support02:52
omegacentigyaresu:  Okay, so I think I found an exact item on how to install japanese: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installing_Japanese_Input_and_Fonts?highlight=%28japanese%2902:52
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techie_soundray. But don't we have a recording device in Ubuntu I can use even if I have to sit at the computer while I do it.02:52
tonyyarussogyaresu: Yeah, it's the "proper" way, for whatever that's worth02:52
sivikhttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/9034/, whats the problem02:52
soundraytechie_: do contact Panasonic about it as well. It won't help immediately, but it's good if they see that there is demand for Linux drivers.02:52
techie_soundray. I already did02:52
GionnyBossinfidel, ok thanks. But I can't understand why if I run application like gnome-control-center or gedit from the console, I can see on the console ALSA errors02:52
tbuhleri have an error from [trying to]  install virtual box, and it totally messed up my Synaptic Package Manager. Also, any packages redownloaded from Virtual Box is 'corrupt', even a fresh package02:53
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gyaresutonyyarusso: I didn't get a memo...02:53
dabaRgyaresu: that invokes the script, and there are some checks to see whether it is safe to run that command at the time, which are not done when you run the script directly.02:53
ghetekhow do i make my usb gps unit work in gpsdrive?02:53
infidelGionnyBoss, what are the errors?02:53
soundraytechie_: if you can engage them in a dialogue, tell them that the community will write drivers for them if they publish the specifications.02:53
gyaresudabaR: cheer mate.02:53
techie_soundray.... what are the commands to learn about ubuntu terminal from ubotu besides !cli ... any others?02:53
tonyyarussosoundray, techie_: btw, the RCA RP5035A digital voice recorder works perfectly02:53
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techie_soundray. that's a great idea02:53
gyaresutechie_: 'vimtutor'02:53
dabaRtechie_: whichever one you need at the time you need it.02:53
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GionnyBossinfidel, uff I just restarted the computer... it was something with ALSA lib "No device found" . Now I'm trying to restart the computer with sb module loaded in etc/modules02:54
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about vimtutor - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:54
Flanneltechie_: run 'vimtutor'02:54
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gyaresutechie_: It's a vim tutorial. Run it in a terminal.02:54
techie_Flannel at the terminal. i got it.02:55
sivikis there some sort way to fix: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/9034/02:55
wastreli lurve me some vim02:55
soundraytechie_: check out the topic of the channel #bash -- very valuable stuff there02:55
techie_<tonyyarusso>thanks about how many hours of recording.02:55
GionnyBossinfidel, if it works with GNOME applications as Totem, I guess it should work with other apps using an OSS wrapper, right?02:55
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DisabledBobcatsoundray: i'm still lost02:55
techie_<tonyyarusso>mine is about 8 hours of complete recording02:55
dabaRsivik: do you have the mp3 codecs installed?02:55
techie_<tonyyarusso>about how much?02:55
GoldeNArXhey guys02:55
DisabledBobcatsoundray: i even uninstalled and reinstalled mysql/phpmyadmin and it's still not working. that mysql file in init.d just doesnt exist02:56
sivikdabaR, yes, because it just started doing that today02:56
GoldeNArXI was in earlier today looking for some help on getting wireless to work on ubuntu02:56
GoldeNArXanyone got a few moments to help out?02:56
sivikGoldeNArX, what card?02:56
techie_sounday... thanks.02:56
tonyyarussotechie_: It's 128 MB and encodes to mp3 on the fly.  a sec02:56
DisabledBobcatsoundray: i'm using sudo apt-get install php4-mysql to get it, and i do have php4 installed on my computer02:56
GoldeNArXintel 3945abg02:56
soundraytonyyarusso: thanks... it seems they don't market it to the UK02:56
blankyguys if I want to run a program on startup where do I put it02:56
blankywhat script02:56
sivikGoldeNArX, not sure about intel crap02:56
blankydabaR, bimberi ?02:56
soundrayDisabledBobcat: you need to install mysql-server02:56
Giodgyaresu: what exactly am i supposed to do to get the duals to work02:56
GoldeNArXsivik there are some guides but I cant seem to get past the 80211 install part02:56
FlannelDisabledBobcat: and with --purge too02:56
andre_Can anyone tell me where to find information about getting my 5.1 surround speakers to work?02:56
soundrayDisabledBobcat: read the pm from ubotu02:56
ramza3what is the quickest way to set the show desktop command to "WINDOWS-KEY D" I cant seem to set it with the gui config02:56
soundray!lamp > DisabledBobcat02:56
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sivikGoldeNArX, not sure, i have never installed with an intel wireless card since i don't use intel02:57
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dabaRblanky: on startup of what?02:57
blankyof my computer, haha02:57
blankysomething called .xinitrc or something?02:57
dabaRthe computer or the GUI are common things people mean when they say that...02:57
blankyhow can I make it so that the 'checkgmail' program runs on startup02:57
GoldeNArXsivik,  gotcha can I pm you the error im getting to see if you have any feedback for me?02:57
GionnyBossinfidel, I get ALSA lib confmisc.c:60: (snd_func_card_driver) cannot find card '0'. And a lot of messages like this one02:57
gyaresuGiod: Have you done a search for dual display. There's a good one from gentoo-wiki. You can use my xorg.conf as a guide...02:57
dabaRblanky: which is a gui program or a cli one?02:57
sivikGoldeNArX, sure02:58
bimberiblanky: at computer startup or user login?02:58
dabaRblanky: see, that is not on startup of your computer:P02:58
blankyuser login02:58
gyaresuGiod: Have you got your nvidia/ati drivers setup yet?02:58
sivikGoldeNArX, did you try googling the error?02:58
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blankyyeah I guess >:(02:58
GoldeNArXsivik I did but didnt get much response02:58
gyaresu!prefix > blanky02:58
DisabledBobcatsoundray: thanks. i'll take a look at that. I appriciate the help a lot. i just switched to linux and at times it's overwhelming02:58
andre_Giod: are you using an nvidia card?02:58
GoldeNArXthere are people who have this working02:58
techie_<tonyyarusso>where did you buy it and about how much? I am googling it but do not find it.02:58
Giodgyaresu: its nvidia02:58
dabaRbimberi: be my gues.02:58
blankygyaresu: they know who I'm talking to02:58
bimberiblanky: System -> Preferences -> Sessions, Startup Programs02:58
blankythanks, I knew it was something in sessions!02:58
bimberidabaR: gee thanks ;P02:58
blankythanks bimberi and dabaR02:58
gyaresublanky: do it anyway. It's always noisy in here...02:58
Giodgyaresu: and no im using a fresh install02:58
gyaresu!envy | Giod02:59
ubotuGiod: envy is a Python script that eases installation of the official Nvidia and ATI drivers. Please see http://albertomilone.com/nvidia_scripts1.html . Developers may be interested in https://launchpad.net/products/envy - See also !Nvidia02:59
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tonyyarussotechie_: It has multiple quality levels.  On the highest, about 8 hours.  More on the lower, of course.  I got it at I think the Source/Circuit City in Canada, for around $85 I think02:59
Giodandre_: nvidia02:59
andre_giod: install the nvidia drivers... it's dirt simple to do dual monitors that way02:59
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soundrayDisabledBobcat: no problem. Do use the help pages, though -- it's easier to get help here if you can say exactly what you've tried and how it has failed.03:00
andre_I can guide you through it if you want, but I'll be telling you to use the binaries.  I should guide you via private msg since it isn't officially supported by Ubuntu03:00
andre_giod: I can guide you through it if you want, but I'll be telling you to use the binaries.  I should guide you via private msg since it isn't officially supported by Ubuntu03:00
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gyaresuGiod: Get your accellerated drivers going first and then backup your xorg.conf. Compare the new one with mine and readup on xinerama.03:00
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soundrayandre_: binary nvidia drivers *are* officially supported by Ubuntu03:01
computer13137How does one execute a .deb file?03:01
gyaresu!envy | andre_03:01
infidelGionnyBoss, not sure might be easier to use a linux distro that supports older computers03:01
ubotuandre_: envy is a Python script that eases installation of the official Nvidia and ATI drivers. Please see http://albertomilone.com/nvidia_scripts1.html . Developers may be interested in https://launchpad.net/products/envy - See also !Nvidia03:01
techie_<tonyyarusso>that's what I paid for mine but I can't find yours. Even went to rca.com and did a search for that model... could you have made a mistake writing it down?03:01
gyaresucomputer13137: From what?03:01
soundraycomputer13137: one doesn't03:01
blankyman I have this tiny tiny program and I need to figure out how to make a deb for it as quickly as possible03:01
tonyyarussotechie_: Maybe.  I'll try to get you a link.  Back in a few.03:01
GionnyBossinfidel, thanks for all your help. I noticed that if I set applications to use OSS it works. So now my problem will be to set all applications which use audio to use OSS. I will do it tomorrow, now I go to sleep. XMMS works now. Thanks again. Bye03:01
gyaresusoundray: checkinstall...03:01
ubotuTo add programs to start up when you log into your Gnome session https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AddingProgramToSessionStartup03:01
techie_<tonyyarusso>nonetheless tell me the procedure using it .. do you send data via usb cable to pc?03:01
blankydebian new maintainer's guide looks too long :(03:01
computer13137A .deb installation file, like for ndiswrapper03:01
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soundraygyaresu: to "execute" a .deb file?03:01
dabaRblanky: the reward is well worth the effort:)03:02
Flannelcomputer13137: ndiswrapper is in the repositories03:02
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computer13137No just to install whatever it is on.03:02
infidelGionnyBoss, no problem wish i could have done more03:02
blankydabaR: meh, more like overkill03:02
akaoCan anyone help me get gcc compiler up and working?03:02
Flannelakao: install 'build-essential'03:02
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gyaresucomputer13137: From what though? Some tar.gz from the interweb? What are you trying to 'make' a .deb out of?03:02
computer13137Nope, the repositories aren't accessable, as the ndiswrapper is required for the network card. :P03:02
tonyyarussotechie_: Yeah, it mounts like a standard USB thumb drive, drag and drop in nautilus03:02
GionnyBossinfidel, no problem! You did a lot, it's ok :) Thanks. Bye!03:02
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soundrayakao: 'sudo apt-get install build-essential'03:02
computer13137I have a .deb file, and need to install it.03:02
infidelGionnyBoss, bye03:02
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gyaresusoundray: Sorry. Just re-read 'execute'03:02
Flannelcomputer13137: use apt-cdrom to add the repository on the CD, then install ndiswrapper from that03:02
computer13137It's from the universe repository.03:02
gyaresucomputer13137: 'sudo dpkg -i thing.deb'03:02
computer13137* :S03:02
computer13137OK Thanks!03:03
Flannelcomputer13137: There is a repository (with ndiswrapper) on the CD though, no need to sneakernet03:03
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techie_flannel when running vimtutor in terminal it tells me there is no such command!!!03:03
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sdrevis there a program that can capture keypresses and give you the keycode?03:03
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/FreeFormats03:03
computer13137Be right back...03:03
doppelganger_hi guys..  does anyone here have vmware workstation installed, and using XP as a guest?03:03
techie_gyraesu I am using ubuntu 610 edgy.03:03
Flanneltechie_: install "vim"03:03
gyaresudoppelganger_: Yes.03:04
Flanneltechie_: the one that's on there is a minimal version03:04
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ramza3why is my gui so f**king slow, jesus03:04
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soundrayFlannel: tell me, is there a way to find out what's on the CD and what isn't, without access to the CD?03:04
doppelganger_gyaresu: did you have to configure alsa in any such a way to get the guest OS to have proper sound?03:04
gyaresutechie_: Typo or not installed.03:04
gyaresu!ohmy ramza303:04
Flannelsoundray: You mean like on the web?  Yeah.  The download pages have .list files, that list all the files on the CD03:04
gyaresu!ohmy | ramza303:04
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ohmy ramza3 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:04
uboturamza3: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.03:05
infidelsdrev, yeah there is but i forgot what is called03:05
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soundrayFlannel: cool, thank you03:05
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techie_<gyaresu>must not be installed since I copy pasted what you wrote03:05
sdrevinfidel, well...i suppose that's a start, heh, thanks anyway03:05
soundraysdrev: showkey03:05
infidelsdrev, let me check03:05
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soundraysdrev: has to run in console03:05
gyaresutechie_: are you removing the "'" apostrophe's03:06
Sivikhttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/9034/ how do i get past this, it just started to do this today and have all the codecs needed to run an mp303:06
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mintteaI have vi running in a ssh terminal, how do I quit it.....?03:06
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soundraysdrev: 'apropos keycode' would have found you that answer.03:06
doppelganger_gyaresu:  if you get some time in a minute, i'd like to pick your brain a bit about the vmware deal03:06
techie_gyaresu, installing it as we speak.03:06
gyaresuminttea: :q or :wq (write and quit)03:06
infidelsdrev, showkey -s but you need to go to console for it to work03:07
gyaresudoppelganger_: I'm at a clients waiting for a virus scan to finish so you better make it quick.03:07
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sdrevok, i just tried it out, thanks03:07
soundrayinfidel: ts, so slow ;)03:07
doppelganger_gyaresu:  oh gawd, lol03:07
recon31does anyone in here know how to get that 3dchess game to work its an x11 game03:07
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gyaresu!welcome | emet203:07
ubotuemet2: Welcome to #ubuntu - the Ubuntu support channel.03:07
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emet2how do I get LAMP working03:07
soundrayrecon31: have you tried my suggestion?03:07
emet2gyaresu, thank you03:07
recon31I can not find any info on it03:08
doppelganger_gyaresu:  i'm using alsa..  are there any specific things i need to configure to get proper sound out of these VM's?03:08
recon31yes i did03:08
mintteagyaresu: that helped, thank you03:08
emet2what packages should I install to get myself some apache and mysql goodness03:08
doppelganger_i've installed multiple ones, and none of them ever have sound03:08
tonyyarussotechie_, soundray : http://www.rcaaudiovideo.com/en-US/modeldetail.html?ProductID=RP5035    36 hours at low-quality03:08
gyaresuemet2: Are you installing from the server iso or the desktop?03:08
soundrayrecon31: and what did you find?03:08
sdrevunfortunately it doesn't register my wireless button....which doesn't turn off my wireless card...it just seems to change the LED on and off :-\03:08
tonyyarusso!lamp | emet203:08
ubotuemet2: LAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process (different in Edgy+)03:08
emet2gyaresu, desktop03:08
skiloupAre there known problems with Edgy handling SATA controllers or SATA drives?03:08
gyaresuemet2: Best bet would be to follow a guide from http://howtoforge.com IMHO03:08
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recon31the name was 3d chess and it is an x11 game03:08
wastrelskiloup:  i asked this question t'other day and folks said not03:08
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soundrayrecon31: hit Alt-F2 and enter 3Dc03:09
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soundrayrecon31: (case sensitive)03:09
infidelsdrev, what are you trying to do?03:09
recon31ok thanks03:09
techie_<gyaresu>i just installed it and vimtutor is now there03:09
soundrayrecon31: it should install to Applications-Games as well03:09
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gyaresutechie_: Enjoy. It's a good start.03:09
doppelganger_gyaresu:  or hell..  i'm having nat issues as well, which is much more important. Is there any way i could get you to pastebin your vmware-nat.conf file so i can tweak it to work03:09
sdrevi'd like my wireless button to turn my wireless card on and off...it's not a switch, just a button03:09
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skiloupwastrel: I get kernel messages showing i/o errors on my drive... I have a semi-length dump if that would be useful03:10
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soundraysdrev: is it on an Acer laptop by any chance?03:10
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Flannelrecon31: you install it, and then I believe the command is "3dc"03:10
recon31says it can not open it03:10
Yuskehi there03:10
sdrevsoundray, no, averatec 320003:10
Ferretsdrev: That should be easy, provided that they show events in xev03:10
recon31ok thanks03:10
infidelsdrev, yeah i know mine doesn't work either it does tuen it off but not on03:10
KronuzI figured it was Beryl the one freezing the computer03:10
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sdrevFerret, it doesn't show in xev :(03:10
techie_<tonyyarusso>thanks I got the link. So basically you insert it directly to the usb or does it work with a cable?03:10
GoldeNArXthere has to be a way to get this to work03:11
Yuskecould u guys gimme a hand? whenever I try to play dvds on totem it says that I don't have the codecs installed,even tough I've already installed them...03:11
akaosoundray: that worked great, thanks.03:11
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infidelsdrev, like i said showkey -s03:11
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techie_<tonyyarusso>it looks very cool. I love this little gyzmos to do recordings.03:11
gyaresudoppelganger_: I don't seem to be able to find a vmware-nat.conf03:11
gyaresudoppelganger_: Or similar.03:11
recon31nothing works there03:11
blankyhey dabaR how do I create a tar.gz03:11
tonyyarussotechie_: yup03:11
blankytar mydir/ ?03:11
sdrevinfidel, let me try it with the -s flag...i just did 'showkey' before03:11
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techie_<tonyyarusso>sorry, directly connected or cable?03:12
gyaresublanky: 'man tar'03:12
ramza3I just installed java(jdk) but cant tell where03:12
infidelsdrev, in console, not termina;03:12
tonyyarussotechie_: Cable03:12
ramza3through apt-get03:12
doppelganger_gyaresu:  alright..    it's just weird..  i can setup bridged, host, whatever...  but when i try and setup nat it will NOT let me even start vmware03:12
techie_<tonyyarusso>and not an issue with linux?03:12
gyaresuramza3: 'which java' then follow the symbolic links03:12
doppelganger_it's really grating on my nerves03:12
Ferretsdrev: In that case you need drivers for it03:12
recon31says could not open location file03:12
Ferretsdrev: Probably in the kernel03:12
techie_<tonyyarusso>mine is also via cable . Did you have to install a software with it?03:12
sdrevinfidel, yeah, i tried it in console...i press the button and it doesn't register...everything else does, just not the wireless button03:12
gyaresudoppelganger_: Sorry. vmware channel?03:12
ramza3gyaresu, I have two, the default gcj, I installed the sun one, trying to find where that was03:12
DisabledBobcatsoundray: i got it working. thanks03:12
Yuskecould u guys gimme a hand? whenever I try to play dvds on totem it says that I don't have the codecs installed,even tough I've already installed them...03:13
soundrayDisabledBobcat: well done03:13
infidelsdrev, mine too03:13
tonyyarussotechie_: not at all.  I brought back another one (Olympus) before getting this one b/c of compatibility issues.  This one is 100% out of the box plug it in and go.03:13
techie_<tonyyarusso>hey tony maybe is may setup because i also have a cable. How did you set yours up?03:13
emet2does ubuntu server make a good media server03:13
doppelganger_gyaresu:  tried...  they basically refuse to pastebin03:13
skiloupIs anyone running edgy on an Inspiron 640003:13
Yuskexine plays my dvds, but it's filled with dots...03:13
emet2for storing naughty pictures and some stuff03:13
doppelganger_gyaresu:  i've been in there for 2 days asking for one simple request03:13
gyaresudoppelganger_: "refuse to pastebin" huh?03:13
gio1flafla: hey im back03:13
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Ferretemet2: I expect pretty much any linux desktop-type distro can make a good media server03:13
soundraysdrev: run 'tail -f /var/log/syslog' and hit the button to see whether it generates an ACPI event03:13
doppelganger_because google offers no examples of that particular file03:13
gyaresudoppelganger_: Friendly chaps then ;)03:13
Ferretemet2: You need to think about other requirements03:13
techie_<tonyyarusso>so when you insert it the linux immediately recognizes the usb and goes where?03:13
doppelganger_you don't know the half.....03:13
tonyyarussotechie_: Didn't have to do anything with this one - all depends on how they work internally.  This one pops up nautilus just like a thumb drive.03:14
techie_<tonyyarusso>how do i find the Nautillus you were talking about in ubuntu?03:14
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techie_<tonyyarusso>i understand but after poppinig up which program pick the info from it?03:14
Popoi! pastebine03:14
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about pastebine - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:14
Popoi! pastebin03:14
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)03:14
sdrevsoundray, nope, didn't generate one03:14
techie_<tonyyarusso>where does the data goes to after you insert the cable?03:14
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tonyyarussotechie_: nautilus is the file browser in Gnome.  ie, the one you get from Places > Home folder03:15
techie_<tonyyarusso>which software in ubuntu?03:15
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soundrayemet2: no, ubuntu has a filesystem filter that recognizes human skin and replaces the pictures with flowers and tree scenes.03:15
sdrevi guess i'll have to look in the kernel and see if there is something in there03:15
techie_<tonyyarusso>i wonder if i have that03:15
techie_let me check.03:15
soundrayjust kiddin03:15
Yuske! dvd codec03:15
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dvd codec - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:15
emet2soundray, :(03:15
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techie_<tonyyarusso>I don't have that install. Is that like firefox?03:16
skiloupAre there known problems with Edgy handling SATA controllers or SATA drives?03:16
compilerwriterEvening all.03:16
flaflagio1:  you there?  if your nick is unregistered you won't be able to msg me03:16
techie_<tonyyarusso>maybe I should install it and see if it makes mine work!!!!03:16
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flaflaskiloup:  I don't have any problems03:16
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tonyyarussotechie_: You do have it...it's default.  Unless you're on Kubuntu or Xubuntu or server03:16
soundrayskiloup: some very recent chipset may cause trouble, but generally SATA support is very good03:16
techie_<tonyyarusso>you might have made a great discovery with this. Man, have I been searching for something like that03:16
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skiloupflafla: Which controller and drive do you have?03:17
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techie_<tonyyarusso>how do you bring Nautillus up? I search for it as yo mentioned in Places and did not see it?03:17
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Yuskehelp? anyone? =\03:17
sdrevif i hit Alt+F2, what should i type to bring up the Terminal?03:17
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bruenigsdrev, gnome-terminal03:17
computer13137Thanks for the help with ndiswrapper all.  Gotta run! :)03:17
sm0k3dhey guys, is there a way i can have firestarter running in the background, like gaim does when i press the 'x'03:17
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bruenigsm0k3d, is there any reason to03:18
tonyyarussotechie_: Open your home folder, and you'll see nautilus.  It's what that browser is.03:18
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sdrevbruenig, thanks!03:18
omegacentiOkay, I stil can't get sound in a certain situation in firefox to work, I have tried and tried, yet nothing seems to work.  Anybody willing to step through this?03:18
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soundrayskiloup: to see currently available modules, do 'ls :/lib/modules/$(uname -r)/kernel/drivers/scsi/sata*'03:18
sm0k3dbruenig: 1. to moniter traffic  2. to change stuff cuz i do often03:18
Yuskek, why am I around here for some time now, asking around and no one answers, sm0k3d just got here and got a reply? =(03:18
skiloupsoundray: I have this controller:  Intel Corporation 82801GBM/GHM (ICH7 Family) Serial ATA Storage Controller IDE (rev 01)  and I am getting i/o error messages when I $dmesg03:18
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bruenig!patience | Yuske03:19
ubotuYuske: The people in this channel are volunteers. Your attitude will determine how fast you are helped. See also http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines03:19
techie_<tonyyarusso>so what you are saying is "the fact that I am able to see the contents of what is there" is possible because of Nautillus a sort of windows explorer in Ubuntu?03:19
soundrayskiloup: it03:19
soundrayskiloup: it's a supported chipset03:19
Yuskebruenig, I'm patient. I just don't see a reason why I haven't got any reply =\03:19
techie_<tonyyarusso>I understand.03:19
GoldeNArX:( me unhappy03:19
Yuskeand people still say that "linux community is friendly"03:20
bruenigtechie_, yes nautilus is the file manager, the explorer of gnome03:20
tonyyarussotechie_: yes03:20
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techie_<tonyyarusso>then I will buy that same recorder.03:20
recon31i didnt think trying to get a game to play on ubuntu was so hard still cant get it03:20
GoldeNArXanyone here have some input on how I can get this wireless working.  currently im stuck at the 80211 installation03:20
soundrayskiloup: I/O errors could mean that your hard disk drive is dying.03:20
compilerwriterI have managed to be able to run an xterminal from any box on my home network thanks to xming and the wonders of XDCP.  The question now is how in blazes do I do it from the in-laws on a laptop when they have adsl and I will have no clue as to what the ip I will be connecting from will be?03:20
sdrevYuske, maybe no one knows the answer to your question...sometimes that happens :( i just come back in a few hours and hope someone new is here that knows the answer03:20
bruenigYuske, first I just got in here, I never saw your original question. Second, people only answer what they know, perhaps people don't know the answer. Rudeness would be to tell you to rtfm or something similar.03:20
techie_<tonyyarusso>thanks a million. Molto Bene!03:20
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omegacentiOkay, I stil can't get sound in a certain situation in firefox to work, I have tried and tried, yet nothing seems to work.  Anybody willing to step through this?03:20
Yuskeok, let me try again then03:21
Yuskecould u guys gimme a hand? whenever I try to play dvds on totem it says that I don't have the codecs installed,even tough I've already installed them...03:21
sm0k3dyuske: its very friendly, im new to linux and whenever i had a question these guys were more then willing to help me out. also it could be that no1 knows the answer to your question03:21
bruenig!dvd | Yuske03:21
ubotuYuske: For playing DVD, see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html - "libdvdcss2" can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages03:21
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skiloupsoundray: It's a brand new laptop, so before I sent it back to have the hd replaced, I wanted to make sure that I'm not using a wrong kernel module, or have software problems I haven't resolved yet03:21
compilerwriterOmegacenti:  I am more than willing.  Alas, I am not qualified.03:21
Yuskeyep, I did that03:21
bruenigYuske, sudo apt-get install vlc, try playing them in there03:21
omegacenticompilerwriter: Hah, well thankyou :)03:21
Yuskehm... thanks, I'll try this.03:21
sdrevYuske,  i use vlc too...it's a very nice program, i got it to play DVDs fairly quickly03:22
soundrayskiloup: are you using ubuntu 6.10?03:22
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Yuskeinstalling it now, thanks bruenig and sdrev03:22
skiloupsoundray: yes, with kernel version
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compilerwriterCan someone direct me to a channel to help me with my question?03:23
Berniniexcuse-me, i'm just new to ubuntu and linux itself. and I installed Komodo edit (for PHP development)03:23
skiloupsoundray: not 17-11 because I ran into problems getting my vid and wifi to work at the same time with it03:23
Berniniit's asking the path for the PHP interpreter03:23
Berniniwhere do i can find it?03:23
techie_<tonyyarusso>just printed the info so I can look at a local store.03:23
soundrayskiloup: there have been some changes in the way the kernel addresses SATA drives between 2.6.17 and 2.6.20. Perhaps you want to try the Feisty (7.04) beta live CD before you send the laptop back.03:23
teclishello, is anyone familiar with wpa-supplicant and multiple network entries?03:24
bruenigYuske, you may also check if you have totem-xine installed, not sure if that is what is necessary to play dvd's or if the gstreamer totem can do it also. I always install xine immediately and have never had a problem playing dvds03:24
skiloup[17197342.112000]  ata1: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error }03:24
skiloup[17197342.112000]  ata1: error=0x40 { UncorrectableError }03:24
skiloup[17197344.916000]  ata1: translated ATA stat/err 0x51/40 to SCSI SK/ASC/ASCQ 0x3/11/0403:24
skiloup[17197344.916000]  ata1: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error }03:24
skiloup[17197344.916000]  ata1: error=0x40 { UncorrectableError }03:24
skiloup[17197347.724000]  ata1: translated ATA stat/err 0x51/40 to SCSI SK/ASC/ASCQ 0x3/11/0403:24
skiloup[17197347.724000]  ata1: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error }03:24
flaflaskiloup:  I'm on an nforce 4 chipset mobo03:24
soundrayskiloup: no pasting here!03:24
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skiloup[17197347.724000]  ata1: error=0x40 { UncorrectableError }03:24
skiloup[17197350.524000]  ata1: translated ATA stat/err 0x51/40 to SCSI SK/ASC/ASCQ 0x3/11/0403:24
bruenig!paste | skiloup03:24
skiloup[17197350.524000]  ata1: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error }03:24
ubotuskiloup: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)03:24
skiloup[17197350.524000]  ata1: error=0x40 { UncorrectableError }03:24
skiloup[17197353.340000]  ata1: translated ATA stat/err 0x51/40 to SCSI SK/ASC/ASCQ 0x3/11/0403:24
skiloup[17197353.340000]  ata1: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error }03:24
skiloup[17197353.340000]  ata1: error=0x40 { UncorrectableError }03:24
skiloup[17197355.948000]  ata1: translated ATA stat/err 0x51/40 to SCSI SK/ASC/ASCQ 0x3/11/0403:24
skiloup[17197355.948000]  ata1: status=0x51 { DriveReady SeekComplete Error }03:24
sm0k3dcompilerwriter: your adsl only changes ip addresses when it disconnects and connects again right?03:24
skiloup[17197355.948000]  ata1: error=0x40 { UncorrectableError }03:24
skiloup[17197355.948000]  sd 0:0:0:0: SCSI error: return code = 0x800000203:24
flaflaskiloup:  you are flooding!!!!!!!!03:24
skiloup[17197355.948000]  sda: Current: sense key: Medium Error03:24
skiloup[17197355.948000]      Additional sense: Unrecovered read error - auto reallocate failed03:24
skiloup[17197355.948000]  Info fld=0xa9784bc03:24
ubotuHelp! Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Burgundavia, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos or tonyyarusso03:24
soundrayskiloup: what do you think you're doing?03:24
skiloup[17197355.948000]  end_request: I/O error, dev sda, sector 17770207203:24
flaflaBad skiloup,  bad!03:24
skiloup[17197355.948000]  Buffer I/O error on device sda2, logical block 45271603:24
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naliothar skiloup03:25
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Yuskebruenig, I installed totem-xine, then totem-gstreamer then xine...03:25
flaflainsert noahs ark joke here03:25
Yuskethe only one that played was xine03:25
omegacentiAnyone skilled in the ways of friefox in linux?03:25
fizzmahonhey guys. just installed ubuntu.  i dont know what the root password is. it asked me to make a user and pass, i did, but never asked me to make a root password and i dont know what it is lol03:25
Yuskebut it has a lot of dots on the screen03:25
bkildowbernini: type whereis php in the console03:25
naliothfizzmahon: there is no root pass03:25
soundrayfizzmahon: ubuntu has no root password03:25
Berninibkildow, it returns me php:03:25
naliothfizzmahon: use 'sudo'03:25
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soundrayfizzmahon: it's recommended that you leave it that way.03:26
bruenigomegabeta, when does sound go out03:26
fizzmahonsoundray:: what do you mean? i tried typign nothing and it didnt work03:26
flaflagiod, gio1  What's going on?03:26
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bkildowbernini: you need to install php then03:26
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gio1flafla: what do you mean03:26
ALL4Nfizzmahon: your account is admin account, just use the password you gave earlier03:26
Berninibkildow but i have it running.03:26
soundrayfizzmahon: run admin commands with sudo or gksudo. Get a shell with sudo -i. sudo asks for your user password.03:26
soundray!sudo > fizzmahon03:27
flaflagio1, I'm waiting for your msgs03:27
skiloupI apologize for the large paste, a special character threw the remainder of my message out of a PM... WHOOPS!03:27
fizzmahonthanks guys03:27
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Berninicorrect me if i'm wrong, but i installed all the LAMP tools. and if i create a file.php into var/www i can run it.03:27
nalioth!paste | skiloup03:27
ubotuskiloup: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)03:27
push2882 hi everyone   does somebody know wich kernel version is compatible with cyrix mediaGX 3x processor its a 6x86 class03:27
skiloupgot it, sorry03:27
sm0k3dfizzmahon: but if u want to be really cool, u can make a root password by typing "su passwd"  and then typing in the password you want....but like every1 else said, its recommended that u dont do that03:27
naliothsm0k3d: please don't do that03:28
CrAsH_0vErthnks man03:28
gio1flafla: can you read mine03:28
naliothfizzmahon: please don't do that, Ubuntu was designed to use 'sudo'03:28
bruenigsm0k3d, sudo passwd by the way03:28
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gio1flafla: cause i can read yours03:28
flaflagio1 no03:28
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sdrevsort of a follow up on fizzmahon's question...i did the su passwd thing....what's there before you do su password? is it just a randomly generated password or what?03:28
flaflagio1: you need to register your nick name03:28
soundraypush2882: all i386 kernels that come with ubuntu will work.03:28
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Ice_Wewewhat is the package containing the 2007b DST change for Dapper?03:28
gio1flafla: im giod03:28
bruenigsdrev, it is your users password03:28
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Berninibkildow, so i have to reinstall php again?03:28
push2882i allways get a kernel panic03:28
naliothsdrev: there is no root password by default.03:29
bkildowbernini: type sudo find / -name php03:29
tonyyarussoIce_Wewe: langpack-locales03:29
gio1flafla: let me log out and log back in03:29
sm0k3dfizzmahon: ok my bad, dont do what i said03:29
whieimhereHi. Ive left my laptop on for two days now and when I insert a CD into the drive it will no longer show up auto-mounted. Now it does not show up at all. Other than a re-boot is there anything I can do to mount it?03:29
soundraysdrev: the root account is locked. If you have set one, go back to the default with 'sudo passwd -l'03:29
flaflagio1:  sounds good03:29
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Yuskevlc is trying to run it as audio cd O.o03:29
skiloupsoundray: Aside from my goof on the large paste, are there any tools I can run to check my drive for bad sectors?  If so, i could manually flag the appropriate blocks03:29
[BTF] Chm0d!fiesty03:30
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Ice_Wewetonyyarusso: hmmm... is that on the default mirrors? I just made apt update it's repo files, and it's not finding that package03:30
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desi007is there any application that will convert minidv to dvd just one touch without transferring 1st to HDD/03:30
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tonyyarussoIce_Wewe: just a minute03:30
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bruenigYuske, you are sure the dvd works03:30
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Yuskeyep, as I said I can run it on xine03:31
soundrayskiloup: manual badblocks marking is obsolete with modern drives. I'd use the beta, mount the drive and run some HD thrashing tasks while observing syslog.03:31
bruenigwell run it on xine then03:31
Ice_Wewetonyyarusso: is is just 'locales'?03:31
Yuskebut xine's display has a lot of dots on the screen03:31
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sdrevsoundray, do i do 'sudo passwd -l root'? cause 'sudo passwd -l' just brings up the passwd help thing03:31
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dabaRwhieimhere: sudo mount /media/cdrom003:31
sdrevYuske, did you install the livdvdcss2?03:32
bruenigYuske, well assuming you are correct in that you have install libdvdcss and tried it in vlc, I don't see how it doesn't work03:32
Ice_Wewesdrev: AFIAK plf be down03:32
Yuskeas far as I remember, yes. anyway,I'll try to install it again03:32
skiloupsoundray: the beta? beta for what?03:32
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soundraysdrev: it does that if it's already locked03:32
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indigoblui destroyed my configuration dir for nagios2, using apt-get install nagios2 does not restore this config dir, how is this done?03:32
sdrevsoundray, ahh, ok03:32
soundrayskiloup: ubuntu. See private message...03:32
Ice_Wewesdrev: helps when I get the acronym right... AFAIK PLF be down03:32
soundray!feisty > sdrev03:32
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push2882witch version of ubuntu have a i386 kernel03:33
bruenigindigoblu, generally when you launch a program, the config directory, if not there, remakes itself03:33
soundraysorry sdrev, didn't mean you03:33
sdrevsoundray, k03:33
Ice_Wewepush2882: the i386 version03:33
omegacentiOkay I am following this link, but It scares me when its trying to remove ubuntu-desktop: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=345003:33
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jmworxcrimsun, tritium: So when's the Speex package being updated?03:33
omegacentiShould I allow this?03:33
dabaR!ubuntu-desktop | omegacenti03:33
ubotuomegacenti: k/ed/x/ubuntu-desktop is a metapackage. It depends upon other packages and brings them in; you can safely remove it, but it is recommended that you re-install it when upgrading.03:33
bruenigomegabeta, ubuntu-desktop is just a meta package, it doesn't contain anything03:33
sm0k3dis there any reason to install a DNS for a home server03:33
soundraypush2882: you can't miss it if you pay attention as you download a CD image03:33
giodflafla: pm me03:33
tonyyarussoIce_Wewe: Ah, yes it is.  The source package is langpack-locales, the binary is just locales.03:33
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indigoblubruenig, nagios will not generate its own config, I need apt to reinstall it...03:34
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Ice_Wewesm0k3d: for a backup DNS server, sure, but it's a lot of work to configure bind03:34
Ice_Wewetonyyarusso: thanks, I found it and installed it03:34
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bkildowbernini: ok, I would think it would be /var/lib/php503:34
giodflafla: you there?03:34
Peloevening folks03:34
skiloupsoundray: alright, sounds good.  Funny i didn't think of the new fiesty, I was gonna use Knoppix03:34
smoknjuanhi all.  quick q:  does ubuntu 6.06 default to ext2 or ext3?03:34
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omegacentidabaR: I dont understand that comment.03:34
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Ice_Wewesmoknjuan: I believe it defaults to ext2, but I'm not 100% sure03:34
soundrayskiloup: I think that would be just as good03:34
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smoknjuanthanks ice03:35
Ice_Wewesmoknjuan: you can find out by doing 'mount' on the drive and seeing what the partition type is03:35
mzracer360After trying out but then uninstalling Drupal on my 6.06 server, I can no longer view PHP files.  Instead it trys to save.03:35
soundraysmoknjuan: ext3 (100%)03:35
bruenigindigoblu, sudo apt-get --reinstallnagios03:35
smoknjuancant boot it03:35
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bruenig--reinstall nagios03:35
Ice_Wewesmoknjuan: just type 'mount' into any terminal and it'll tell you03:35
mzracer360when restarting apache I get this error:  * Forcing reload of apache 2.0 web server...                                   httpd (pid 8667?) not running03:35
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skiloupsoundray: thanks for the help, out of curiosity, where can I find a list of common messages, like the fiesty message you redirected me?03:35
desi007is there any application that will convert minidv to dvd just one touch without transferring 1st to HDD/03:35
hanbushcan somebody help me?03:35
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bruenig!anyone | hanbush03:35
ubotuhanbush: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?03:35
Ice_Wewesoundray: really? I wonder what's wrong with the CD I've got running in the Computer Lab...03:35
soundray!ubotu > skiloup03:35
Pelodoes anyone know if POWERNOWD supports Intel Celeron D 2.4 ?03:35
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hanbushi was installing beryl, and i restarted xwindow, and now it freezes at the ubuntu loading screen03:36
ekimusmzracer360: /etc/init.d/apache2 stop && /etc/init.d/apache2 start03:36
Ice_WewePelo: I believe powernow supports Pentium 4 class CPUs03:36
bruenighanbush, go to #ubuntu-effects03:36
sm0k3dim running vsftpd for a ftp server, but im wondering what folder is its 'home' directory03:36
soundrayIce_Wewe: I wonder, too. Ubuntu has *never* used ext2 by default.03:36
smoknjuanthanks soundray03:36
blankyhey guys my friend wants to use nautilus but it's causing him problems in fluxbox, what should he use instead?03:36
bruenigblanky, thunar is good03:36
tonyyarussoblanky: thunar might be an option03:36
PeloIce_Wewe,   dum it down a bit for me ,  is a celeron D a pentim class 4 chip ?03:36
FrogzooPelo: news to me that the celery has variable power - thought it was only the intel mobiles...03:37
Ice_Wewesoundray: ohhh, I know what it is. Ext2 is the first type in the list when you go to manually partition, which by coincidence, doesn't work anyway.03:37
blankythanks bruenig and tonyyarusso, I linked him to rox filer too03:37
ekimusmzracer360: I assume you enabled apache startup in /etc/default/apache203:37
tritochif i edited my interfaces to set up WPA do i still have to configure wpa_supplicant ?03:37
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Ice_WewePelo: well it's a Celeron D, so technically, no, but I think Powernow supports it03:37
sm0k3dim running vsftpd for a ftp server, but im wondering what folder is its 'home' directory?03:37
compilerwritersm0k3d The adsl only changes when that happens or is caused to happen by power failure yes.  I was looking at another channel btw sor to get back to you so late.03:37
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PeloFrogzoo, I 've been spending  most of the afternoon trying to set it up , I am starting to wonder if I can or not03:38
Ice_WewePelo: checking03:38
gyaresublanky: He could even use konqueror. Mix and match a lot of apps.03:38
PeloIce_Wewe,  thanks03:38
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blankygyaresu: all except nautilus right, because he's having problems with it on fluxbox (and I remember I had the same problems too)03:38
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sm0k3dcompilerwriter: its all good, just go to ipchicken.com or someplace, check your ip address and u can connect through there03:38
Berninibkildow, thanks for your help!03:38
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marx2kok installing this nvidia card totally blew up my x-server03:39
panfisthello, i tried using method 1 from this guide to install drivers for my ati card: http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Ubuntu_Edgy_Installation_Guide , and when i enter the command "fglrxinfo" to verify the install, it says my openGL rendere is Mesa GLX Indirect instead of my ATI card. any help?03:39
Ice_WewePelo: well his site claims it supports AMD X2 and Intel Centrino, so I'd hazard a guess that it supports Celeron. Questions is whether the Celeron has more than two speed steps. I know my AMD64 only has 3, and the PIII's I have only have one speed03:39
marx2kI wonder why03:39
asoldiered0, ltns03:39
sm0k3dcompilerwriter: sorry i  forgot the question, but i sorta remember it03:39
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Yuskeoh well, I'll give up for now...03:39
ekimusmzracer360: apache is running then? (lsof -i :80)03:39
EchoBinaryhey - Flannel was helping me ewarlier, I don't know if he's still around - but where I left off after installing xorg for fluxbox - im getting missing font errors when I run startx03:39
marx2khm upon retsart it now seems to be working03:39
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compilerwriterI have managed to be able to run an xterminal from any box on my home network thanks to xming and the wonders of XDCP.  The question now is how in blazes do I do it from the in-laws on a laptop when they have adsl and I will have no clue as to what the ip I will be connecting from will be?03:39
marx2kthat makes me very nervous when a restart of the system makes things work03:40
kazukawhat is a good doc editor for ubuntu?03:40
EADGhow can I completely remove an installed program (and all associated files) that wasn't installed via apt-get and has no uninstall option?03:40
PeloIce_Wewe,  would such information be available in the tech sheet for my chip on the intel site ?03:40
Ice_Wewepanfist: you're just using Mesa for your GLX in your Xorg.conf... only I don't have an ATi card, so you'll have to ask someone more learned than me on how to change it03:40
ekimusmzracer360: and btw it is nice to ask before querying someone03:40
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mzracer360lol, sorry im new to IRC03:40
bruenigEADG, delete all the files, what did you install and how did you do it03:40
compilerwriterOpen Office kazuka03:40
ekimusmzracer360: no problem03:40
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs03:40
Ice_WewePelo: doubt it... chip manufacturers don't generally talk about the speed steps a CPU has. I've never seen one tell you what they are03:40
ubotuBeryl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. See http://forum.beryl-project.org/ - Help in #ubuntu-effects03:40
seed_where does ssh stores a host key i've generated? can i just throw the secret key to /etc/ssh?03:41
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gyaresucompilerwriter: Why can't you ssh in and re-connect to a 'screen' session?03:41
panfistice_wewe: i see...03:41
compilerwritersm0k3d did that refresher help?03:41
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:41
sivikhttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/9034/, what is causing that problem, it was working yesterday03:41
EADGbruenig: A couple of games... Legands and Regnum, both had shell scripts (I think)03:41
gyaresuseed_: ~/.ssh/known_hosts03:41
sm0k3dcompilerwriter: yea, but i think gyaresu just answered it03:41
bruenigEADG, but was it a ./configure or something else?03:41
Ice_WewePelo: find out if your Celeron has more than two speeds, if so, I'd hazard a guess that powernow supports it03:41
MixxIf I hibernate Edgy x64 I can't boot into anything until i power off the power supply and power on.  The problem is the hard drives aren't recognized at POST and it just gets stuck trying to find them.  Any suggestions?03:42
compilerwritergyaresu I can ssh and then edit my Xaccess file, but there has got to be a better way.03:42
seed_gyaresu, but i'm using the key with rsync in anacron to do a backup job03:42
omegacentiMight someone be able to tell me what this line does?:        repeat noisy swallow(alsaplayer): alsaplayer -q "$file"03:42
sm0k3dim running vsftpd for a ftp server, but im wondering what folder is its 'home' directory?03:42
PeloIce_Wewe,  I'm trhing to right now03:42
EADGbruenig: gimme a minute, I'll check.03:42
seed_gyaresu, i'm afraid anacron won't detect the key in my user home dir03:42
marx2kI got an interesting question... upon installation, Ubuntu autoconfigs the names for my monitor and my video card... with dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg, it makes the names 'default'03:42
marx2khow do I get that information back03:42
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gyaresuseed_: yeah. sorry, not enough time to sort it with you atm.03:43
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seed_gyaresu, k, thanks03:43
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Ice_WewePelo: unfortunately I have to go, hope you find the right information!03:43
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wastrelmarx2k:  there's an automatic backup made in /etc/X11/  when you do dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg03:43
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gyaresucompilerwriter: Why arn't you able to use putty from their machien?03:43
blankyhey what's wrong with this gyaresu, install -d $(BIN) $(DESTDIR)/etc03:43
PeloIcemanCZ,  thanks ,03:43
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blankyit says missing seperator03:43
marx2kwastrel: yeah I know... but... where does the installer get that info from is what Id like to know03:43
blankybut in the debian new maintaner's guide that's how it has it03:43
bibekwhat is responsible for making /dev/sda for usb devices?03:43
compilerwritersm0k3d: gyaresu: I was hoping there was some way to make pageant, or some such app work.03:44
sm0k3dcompilerwriter: im sure u could write a program for the laptop to do that for you with your ipadress, but thats assuming u have a bit of programming skills03:44
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mintteaI can't belive I'm asking this, how do I close a channel window in irssi?03:44
gyaresublanky: I don't know what you're trying to do.03:44
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Frogzoobibek: udev03:44
omegacentiWow, how could I tell if I have an alsaplayer installed?03:44
gyaresuminttea: /wc03:44
blankygyaresu: well is there anything syntactically incorrect03:44
mintteagyaresu: thanks again03:44
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wastrelmarx2k:  the card, from the pci vendor data thingy.  for the monitor from some similar autoconfig function i guess.03:44
g3nocidegyaresu: ok, so here i am in ubuntu text only (cause tryig to log in causes things to go bad) so can you give me a link to envy so i can install the proper video drivers and get things working properly ???03:45
bibekFrogzoo, thankx, i think my system completely messed up, now it doesnot even make the /dev/sda entries :(03:45
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compilerwritersm0k3d I haven't programmed in years.  Hell I am not sure if I could still do a "Hello World" in C.03:45
marx2kwastrel: heh... yeah.. thats what Im wondering03:45
gyaresu!envy | g3nocide03:45
ubotug3nocide: envy is a Python script that eases installation of the official Nvidia and ATI drivers. Please see http://albertomilone.com/nvidia_scripts1.html . Developers may be interested in https://launchpad.net/products/envy - See also !Nvidia03:45
asoldiercompilerwriter : try html, it's more fun03:45
gyaresug3nocide: Ah. Text only. That won't help .03:45
EADGbruenig: can't say for certain, I think they were both .exe's03:45
ekimuscompilerwriter: try "ssh -X targethost xterm" that'll do it no need for fancy programs03:45
Frogzoobibek: mixing packages across releases pretty much guarantees breakage03:45
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bruenigEADG, .exe is windows03:46
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ekimuscompilerwriter: or the need to the the source ip address03:46
bruenigEADG, are you talking about wine03:46
bibeki've learned my lesson03:46
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EADGbruenig: native linux03:46
g3nocidegyaresu: yeah, like i can change to tty7 with the graphical log in interface, but the second i try that, i get the garbled junk again03:46
emacsenWhat's the command that Ubuntu uses during install to generate the fstab?03:46
gyaresug3nocide: sorry. I'm not very helpful for you today... So if you check out the nvidia docs that should get you happening.03:46
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bruenigEADG, then they weren't exe03:46
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gyaresu!nvidia | g3nocide03:46
ubotug3nocide: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:46
asoldierg3nocide ... holy shit03:47
emacsenOn upgrade from whatever was pre-edgy to edgy, a non-tech friend lost her mounts for /dev/hdb so I need to find the command to bring them back without her needing to add them manually03:47
EADGhmmm. I'm not able to locate the original install files.03:47
bruenigEADG, but anyway, if there was an unconvential install script, the files could be anywhere. You would have to find the script and look at it to see where it puts stuff. I would check first in /usr/local.03:47
kazukaits not stiooubg03:47
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gyaresuFerret: Never used it. Apparently some find it usefull.03:47
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g3nocideasoldier: ??03:47
EADGbruenig: what file extension am I looking for the install script?03:48
gyaresu!language | asoldier03:48
ubotuasoldier: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.03:48
soundrayemacsen: find available partitions with 'sudo fdisk -l'03:48
intelikeyi have a problem discovering why i can't get gdm to run ?   expert help ?03:48
asoldierholy, cow?03:48
Frogzooemacsen: is this a windows partition?03:48
compilerwriterekimus:  My Xaccess file only allows a certain set of machines.  Those on my household network free reign to just use my X server.  What I am talking about is when I am at the inlaws.  I won't be using an IP from an allowed address then.  I am looking for some other form of identification that my laptop can use and my box be configured to recognize.03:48
bruenigEADG, it may have no file extension, or it may have a .sh extension03:48
gyaresuintelikey: Did you upgrade you nvidia drivers?03:48
emacsensoundray, no, you don't understand the problem03:48
bruenigEADG, if you look around in /usr/local for the files you can probably remove them all03:48
EADGhehe, this is gonna be fun.03:48
intelikeygyaresu no03:48
gyaresuintelikey: Thus causing the lack of gdm?03:48
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gyaresuintelikey: Was it working before?03:49
sdrevprobably not the best place to ask this, but could someone please tell me how to stop 'so and so joined' and 'so and so left freenode, etc' messages from appearing?03:49
omegacentiOy has anyone used moxplugger before?03:49
emacsenFrogzoo, yeah probably. fat or ntfs. apparently pre-edgy it mounted them for her03:49
asoldierg3nocide: I remember someone with your name.. he used to be a very l33t hacker. Haven't seen the name in years.03:49
Frogzoo!ntfs | emacsen03:49
ubotuemacsen: To view your Windows/Mac partitions see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions . For write access see !ntfs-3g or !fuse03:49
intelikeyat some point long ago03:49
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emacsenFrogzoo, ah03:49
compilerwriterekimus the other thing is I would be using Xming and plink on the laptop.03:49
gyaresu!prefix intelikey03:49
intelikeygyaresu havent tried it in months03:49
marx2kuh oh03:49
gyaresu!prefix | intelikey03:49
g3nocideasoldier: well it aint me, im a lowly C++ programmer03:49
ubotumozplugger: Plugin allowing external viewers to be launched inside Mozilla. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.7.3-2 (edgy), package size 45 kB, installed size 192 kB03:49
ubotuintelikey: If you prefix your lines with the nickname of the person you're talking to, you have a greater chance that that person reads your messages03:49
EADGbruenig: yep, had a look in that dir, but dir size is too small for the size of file I d\l'd and installed.03:49
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ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:49
bruenigEADG, maybe in /opt03:49
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gyaresuintelikey: from not rebooting or becuase it's mainly a server?03:49
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compilerwriterekimus:  Or am I missing something and your plan will still work.03:50
asoldier!steamy hot love03:50
emacsenFrogzoo, was this automatic in the earlier versions?03:50
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about steamy hot love - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:50
Frogzooemacsen: nope03:50
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about hotness - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:50
intelikeygyaresu cause i mainly don't use a gui03:50
compilerwriter!abuse | asolider03:50
ubotuasolider: The people in this channel are volunteers. Your attitude will determine how fast you are helped. See also http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines03:50
bruenig!botabuse | asoldier03:50
ubotuasoldier: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (see also !Bot). Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops...03:50
gyaresuintelikey: Tell you what. You phrase a good question and I'll try and help :)03:50
asoldierthat's mean03:50
marx2kFATAL:  Could not open '/lib/modules/2.6.17-11-generic/volatile/nvidia.ko': No such file or directory03:50
gyaresuintelikey: (Start with /var/log/Xorg.log)03:50
emacsenFrogzoo, she said it showed up in "Computer", I'm assuming that the system had entries in /etc/fstab for her03:50
EADGbruenig: Sweet. A dir I've never poked around in before. Thanks... I'll root 'em all out.03:50
intelikeygyaresu fair enough..03:50
emacsenFrogzoo, she didn't make them herself, I can tell you that :)03:50
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ekimuscompilerwriter: I know neither xming nor plink but I have been working with ssh and x forwarding all the time. and there weren't any ports open that would allow someone to remotely connect to my box just ssh...03:51
asoldierI'm having trouble finding information on developing custom themes for ubuntu03:51
intelikeygyaresu no error messages.   that's the part that i don't get.03:51
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panfistcan anyone please help me out, when following this guide to install drivers for my ATI card, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/ATI , when i run "fglrxinfo" to verify the instalation it says my openGL renderer is Mesa GLX Indirect instead of my graphics card03:51
fizzmahonhey guys, was just trying my glxgears and i get this error "libGL warning: 3D driver claims to not support visual 0x4b" any ideas?03:51
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compilerwriterAre you connecting from a linux box or and XP one.03:51
gyaresuintelikey: And it's Edgy? You've tried upgrading? And it sort of clicks to start with and drops to a terminal?03:52
ekimuscompilerwriter: different *NIX flavors depends on where I am03:52
ekimuscompilerwriter: but if you need a free X server on the windows side i heard that cygwin has that (never used it thou)03:52
compilerwriterThe laptop is, by necessity, XP.  That is why I would have to Xming.  (free windows x server)03:53
compilerwriterPlink is for the ssh.03:53
intelikeygyaresu X will run fine.   gdm starts and restarts and restarts....  i just installed gnome + gdm and was going to have a look around.  gnome will even run if i connect without gdm   also my user account can't login with xdm it kills X    i can't find any error anywhere....   dapper.03:53
ekimuscompilerwriter: so start up some xterm on you local host then ssh -X to the target and start whatever you need. it will come up03:53
Frogzooemacsen: best to get her to mail you the output of the following, and you can then mail her back a working fstab03:53
ubotuFind your themes at: http://www.gnome-look.org - http://art.gnome.org - http://www.kde-look.org - http://themes.freshmeat.net/browse/58/ - http://www.guistyles.com - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/ - Also see !changethemes and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuEyeCandy03:53
Frogzooemacsen: (cat /etc/fstab ; for x in a b ; do sudo fdisk -l /dev/hd$x ; done ; blkid) > /tmp/xx03:54
asoldier!make themes03:54
ubotumake: The GNU version of the "make" utility.. In component main, is optional. Version 3.81-2 (edgy), package size 144 kB, installed size 1200 kB03:54
gyaresuintelikey: Ah. Right. It's just gdm. So is there a gdm.log in /var/log/ ?03:54
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blankyis anyone here familiar with making debian packages?03:54
emacsenFrogzoo, gonne try the script03:54
bkildowI have a question, If i have a driver that ends with .ko, is this a precompiled module specific to the kernel?03:54
asoldier!custom theme03:54
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about custom theme - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:54
push2882i tried to install ubuntu 6.06 lts (dapper drake) with original dvd and i get an error : unable to locate rsdp03:54
gyaresuintelikey: (I don't use gdm so I don't know where the log is)03:54
ardchoilleasoldier: What are you trying to do?03:54
fizzmahonanyone have an idea for my problem?03:54
intelikeygyaresu no log  no03:54
g3nocidegyaresu: like, im reading these install docs on the ubuntu help wiki (via lynx) and it's all instructions for GUI install, that's completely of no use to me....03:54
gyaresuintelikey: Easy fix would be to install kdm but that would be cheating ;)03:55
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intelikeygyaresu heh if kdm wasn't a hackers nightmare i would.03:55
asoldier!theme development03:55
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about develop - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:55
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g3nocidei really wanna get ubuntu going with a working gnome desktop environment, are there any nvidia drivers that dont require a gui install ???03:56
intelikeygyaresu kdm uses /root as a tmp dir.03:56
ardchoilleasoldier: Go to http://art.gnome.org  and look for a "Tutorials" link on the right side of the page.03:56
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gyaresug3nocide: something like (first fix repos) then 'sudo apt-get install nvidia-glx linux-restricted-modules-generic' then edit /etc/X11/xorg.conf replacing nv with nvidia...03:56
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asoldierthanks ardchoille03:56
ardchoilleasoldier: You're welcome :)03:56
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about fstat - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:56
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gyaresuintelikey: start gdm with an 'option' to log?03:56
xyz-abchey guys, can ubuntu read NTFS windows file system?03:56
push2882i tried to install ubuntu 6.06 lts (dapper drake) with original dvd and i get an error : unable to locate rsdp someone can help me03:57
ubotuThe /etc/fstab file indicates how drive partitions are to be used or otherwise integrated into the file system. See http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html and !Partitions03:57
gyaresu!ntfs | xyz-abc03:57
ubotuxyz-abc: To view your Windows/Mac partitions see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions . For write access see !ntfs-3g or !fuse03:57
intelikeygyaresu ok the log is short and no error message in it.03:57
xyz-abcok thanks03:57
gyaresu!welcome | xyz-abc03:57
ubotuxyz-abc: Welcome to #ubuntu - the Ubuntu support channel.03:57
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gyaresuintelikey: Stupid computers...03:57
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intelikeyyeah  lol03:57
compilerwriterAnybody know if there is a terminal based irc installed with Edgy by default?  It just dawned on me I might need it if I can only manage a terminal ssh connection.03:57
mzracer360I just just purged and reinstalled all LAMP packages, but I still cannot view php files, what could be wrong?03:57
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g3nocidegyaresu: ok thanks, i'll give it a whirl and reboot to see if things work out03:58
gyaresumzracer360: Are you following the guide?03:58
g3nocidemuchos gracias03:58
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geeksaucehey guys, i'm trying to help some friends out that have unfortunate situations with their school networks.  how can i serve files over the internet?03:58
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vicentecompilerwriter,  there is irssi and bitchx but im not sure if they are defuault03:58
compilerwritermzracer360: The way you are holding your mouth :-)03:58
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ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)03:58
craigbass1976geeksauce, make a web server?03:58
mzracer360yea, following exactly like the guide, it worked before but is nolonger working03:59
intelikey /var/log/gdm/:0.log gyaresu03:59
g3nocideyay, i love how i can actually hit my download cap in linux03:59
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geeksaucecraigbass1976, would you be able to help me with that?03:59
omegacenticompilerwriter: I found the solution if you wish to hear about it.03:59
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vicenteg3nocide,  i have a bandwidth monitor, its amazing to see how much i use per hour03:59
compilerwritervicente: Doesn't appear to be the case, but I will go get one of them03:59
craigbass1976geeksauce, sure.  I've only made a couple, but we can talk.  pm me and off we go.03:59
gyaresuintelikey: You want me to hack-in and read it ;)03:59
sm0k3dim running vsftpd for a ftp server, but im wondering what folder is its 'home' directory?03:59
compilerwriterquery away omegacenti I have a feeling this could get involved.04:00
vicentecompilerwriter, i suggest irssi, i like the interface but i guess anyone will do04:00
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intelikeygyaresu  can you not /dcc get it ?04:00
omegacentioh... not about your problem, about my early problem that you said you fel interested in.04:00
gyaresuintelikey: irssi/screen/ssh clients house...04:01
intelikeyoh remote.04:01
emacsenFrogzoo, thanks that script worked04:01
intelikeygyaresu i see.04:01
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intelikeyok i'll pastebin it.04:01
Frogzooemacsen: ahah!04:01
gyaresuintelikey: dcc is direct something something? Very linux !! very irc04:01
emacsenFrogzoo, saved me having to play games with her fstab manually04:01
EADGbruenig: i found legends_linux.sh in the trash, it's 116Mb What do I do with it? open in Kate and track down install dirs?04:01
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compilerwriterI would love to hear the solution omeagcenti04:01
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vicentedoes anyone here use gdesklets?04:02
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bruenigEADG, that file itself is 116 Mb?04:02
bruenigit shouldn't be it is a scipt04:02
intelikeygyaresu    http://pastebin.ca/raw/38449404:02
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EADGSo says Konqueror :)04:03
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omegacenticompilerwriter: Okay, the problem with firefox sound not working is that the totem plugins in firefox are ill suited to handle mp3 streams.04:03
bruenigEADG, ultimately this stuff isn't all that important, I mean you can have files floating around, unless you are hard up for diskspace04:03
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apallohow do i change the color of my fonts in gnome?04:03
Dougieah wth... ok i setup xserver to use the vesa drivers before and ubuntu loaded and then i tried to setup the ati drivers and all that and it went back to what it was doing before and so i tried to change it back to the vesa stuff and its still doing the freezing up on the splash boot screen04:03
marx2k_This is an issue I get when trying to install NVidia drivers via Envy... can anyone make any sense of this...04:03
bruenigomegacenti, sudo apt-get install mozilla-mplayer04:03
intelikeygyaresu yes dcc dirrect client to client04:03
compilerwriteromegacenti that is the Gods honest truth04:03
omegacenticompilerwriter: So, to get to the bottom of it enter the commmands:04:03
omegacenticd /usr/lib/firefox/plugins/04:03
omegacentisudo rm libtotem*04:03
omegacentisudo apt-get install mplayer mozilla-mplayer04:03
omegacentibruenig: Sometimes that doesn't work04:04
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bruenigomegacenti, it does if you have the right repos enabled04:04
omegacentibruenig: sometimes you have to forcefully remove the totem plugins from firefox.04:04
bruenigomegacenti, no you dont04:04
xyz-abchow do i enable the universe repository?04:04
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bruenigxyz-abc, sudo sed 's/# deb/deb/g' -i /etc/apt/sources.list && sudo apt-get update04:04
gyaresuintelikey: Wow... 486?04:05
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Kronuzin what package is the glxtokens.h, does anybody know?04:05
omegacentibruenig: I can say from experience that this exact solution just solved all my problems, so it is a feasable possibility.04:05
EADGbruenig: Not hurt'n for space, just wanted to clean up abit. I'll root out what i can find and leave it at that. Thanks again.04:05
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ramza3how do I check a version of a package with apt04:05
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bruenigKronuz, x11proto-gl-dev:04:05
omegacentibruenig: What is that command?04:05
bruenigomegabeta, but it breaks packages04:05
Kronuzthanks bruenig :)04:05
bruenigomegabeta, sudo apt-get remove totem-mozilla04:05
joe43how do I get in line for some high level help?04:06
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bruenigomegabeta, install mozilla-mplayer should do that already though04:06
omegacentioh well, it worked, I am happy even if it is a hackjob.04:06
gyaresuintelikey: (stupid putty) Using config file: "/etc/init.d/orange/xorg.conf" Is that right?04:06
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omegacentibruenig: it didn't. this did.04:06
intelikeygyaresu http://pastebin.ca/raw/384496  xdm's log.04:06
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Kronuzbruenig, how did you know, you knew or found out somehow?04:06
bruenigomegacenti, probably user error on  your part04:06
riqzAre the beryl team actually working on making it at least beta? last new in the blog is dated december/...04:06
intelikeygyaresu yes that's correct.04:06
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davascript_homehola all04:07
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Ben_Hi, somebody from mexico?04:07
omegacentibruenig: I don't see how as its a fresh install automated along with follwing the ubuntu guide.04:07
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davascript_homei have some questions regarding kernel management in ubuntu04:07
joe43I'm looking for some smart people to help?04:07
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omegacentieither way, if this happens again, this is apossible solution if the one you offer doesn't04:07
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dabaR!find glxtokens.h04:07
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ubotuFile glxtokens.h found in x11proto-gl-dev04:07
xyz-abcis there a way to enable the universe repository via a gui interface?04:07
bruenigKronuz, I used apt-file, sudo apt-get install apt-file to install it then do sudo apt-file update, then you can sudo apt-file search whatever04:07
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Dougiethere we go got it working again04:07
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dabaRKronuz: ^04:08
gyaresuIs this machine uptodate?04:08
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about fstan - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:08
ubotuThe /etc/fstab file indicates how drive partitions are to be used or otherwise integrated into the file system. See http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html and !Partitions04:08
Kronuzbruenig, hmm.. interesting04:08
blankyto uninstall gnome, sudo apt-get remove ubuntu-desktop ?04:08
gyaresuintelikey: Is this machine uptodate?04:08
intelikeygyaresu yes it is.04:08
bruenigKronuz, the sudo apt-file update takes a while though so be prepared for that as it has to index all the packages and such04:08
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bruenigblanky, no that won't work04:08
davascript_homewhat version does apt-get have for kernel as we speak04:08
joe43it's a really interesting problem, involves alsa, oss, flash, drivers, the whole thing, are you sure you don't want to hear about it?04:08
blankybruenig: what should I use then04:08
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sivikwhats causing it not to play, it was working yesterday04:09
dabaRKronuz: Or just /msg ubotu find <filename>04:09
intelikeygyaresu all except a downgraded version of foomatic-db  because the update version for dapper is borked04:09
bruenigblanky, it is not just one thing, it also depends on what you are defining as gnome, is totem gnome?04:09
sdrevxyz-abc, System>Administration>Synaptics Package Manager...click Settings>Repositories04:09
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gyaresuintelikey: To tell you the truth I don't know. A little weird.04:09
blankybruenig: everything...in...gnome :)04:09
Kronuzarghh!! No package 'librsvg-2.0' found04:09
bruenigblanky, here is one way to do something like what you are saying http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/purekde04:09
blankyI'm using fluxbox now04:09
dabaRblanky: how did you install it?04:09
davascript_homedoes anyone have any info on kernel management for ubuntu04:09
dabaRthe gnome.04:09
joe43anyone know anything about getting ALSA working?04:09
blankydabaR: I installed ubuntu, it has gnome by default heh04:10
intelikeygyaresu yessir.  that's why i'm here.   it's not giving any clue why it wont run04:10
blankybut my friend wants to use fluxbox from now on04:10
blankysudo apt-get remove ubuntu-desktop?04:10
Kronuz(I'm compiling Beryl)04:10
bruenigblanky, you should use fluxbuntu04:10
ks1Requested audio codec family [mp3]  (afm=mp3lib) not available. <-- that is your problem sivik04:10
godsynHi, rather than attempt to suffer though the constant scrolling, would someone here PLEASE assist me w/ getting WoW to run in wine? I am currently in windows, but will swap to my linux boot, and when/if wow is working, I'll be rid of MS for good :)04:10
blankybruenig: uh...?04:10
davascript_hometry sudo apt0get install fluxbox04:10
bruenigblanky, follow that link apt-get remove ubuntu-desktop doesn't do anything04:10
dabaRblanky: try sudo aptitude remove ubuntu-desktop, see what that will try to remove.04:10
davascript_hometry sudo apt-get install fluxbox04:10
bruenigdabaR, that doesn't do anything04:10
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blankyman this is hopeless04:10
brueniginstalling fluxbox doesn't remove gnome04:10
blankyI saw a few people do it a while ago I just forgot04:11
gyaresuI've got to leave for a bit but I'll be back in the office in half and hour or so. See if there are more helpful people around till I return. Sorry again.04:11
bruenigblanky, pay attention http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/purekde04:11
bruenigblanky, copy that command04:11
davascript_homeand use apt-cache search fluxbox to see what flux package are availabe04:11
blankyI never frickin said that I wanted it so that when I install fluxbox it removes gnome omg04:11
bruenigdavascript_home, installing fluxbox doesn't remove gnome04:11
Kronuzdo you know of a way to make gedit support regexp for search/replace?04:11
intelikeygyaresu thanks for the time of day.04:11
davascript_homeyou dont have to remove it04:11
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sivikks1, then why does it do it to me no matter what i'm trying to play and i already have mp3lib installed04:11
bruenigdavascript_home, you should stop talking04:11
davascript_homejust choose which to use at the desktop manager level04:11
intelikey          ok anyone ever seen  gdm fail to run.  just restarts and restarts.  but X will run.  ?04:12
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ramza3can I just change 'gcc-3.4 (for example)' to gcc04:12
ramza3jesus christ04:12
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Kronuz!find glu.h04:12
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ubotuFile glu.h found in libglu1-mesa-dev, libsdl-erlang, mingw32-runtime04:13
sivikks1: i also said it was working yesterday and it matters not what format the music/video is it won't work anymore04:13
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ramza3davascript_home, what would I need to do, I need 'gcc-3.4' to point to gcc04:13
h4lfl1nghas anyone tried SMSTerm? http://freshmeat.net/projects/smsterm/04:13
g3nocidegyaresu: all is well, i am now rocking it, just gotta set my res to 1600x1200 and im good to start installing stuff04:13
ks1sivik, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=343856 <--- read that04:13
Kronuzvery, VERY useful !find04:13
intelikeyramza3 update-alternatives04:13
davascript_homeramza3: i am not exactly sure on how to switch gcc version on ubuntu04:13
ramza3davascript_home, I dont have gcc installed04:14
sivikks1: like i said,it was working yesterday04:14
ramza3regular gcc I mean04:14
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billywhy is it my screen goes black while I boot up?04:14
intelikeyramza3 install build-essential04:14
ubotuUbuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DapperReleaseNotes/UbiquityKnownIssues04:14
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ks1sivik, well something has changed.. the file you are playing or something. please read04:14
godsynHi, rather than attempt to suffer though the constant scrolling, would someone here PLEASE assist me w/ getting WoW to run in wine? I am currently in windows, but will swap to my linux boot, and when/if wow is working, I'll be rid of MS for good :) (need a helpful guru to take me under their wing)04:14
LtarHow do I burn a data CD in ubuntu?04:14
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bruenig!wow | godsyn04:14
ubotugodsyn: Information about games on Ubuntu can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Games and http://www.icculus.org/lgfaq/gamelist.php and ubuntugames.org04:14
sivikks1: but it matters not what i'm trying to play, it does the same thing with video's/music04:14
ramza3intelikey, what does install build-essential do04:15
ks1sivik, if you would read it will tell you how to solve. I dont see what is so hard about reading04:15
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bruenigramza3, build-essential installs packages necessary to compile stuff from source04:15
intelikeygdm error !      no error message.     ?04:15
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ks1sivik, http://linuxmint.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=6314 ALSO reference to it there and HOW to solve your problem. It requires reading04:15
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h4lfl1ngno one?04:15
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ks1Issue #6 - MPlayer complains about "mp3lib"04:16
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intelikeyramza3 if you are going to compile you need to install "build-essential"  a meta package that depends on the essentials for building software.04:16
sivikks1: so its an issue with alsa?04:16
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ramza3intelikey, compile what?04:16
ks1it is libavcodec/ffmpeg..04:16
LtarHow can I burn a data CD in ubuntu?04:16
davascript_homeramza3: gcc is the gnu compiler collection04:16
sivikhttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/9041/, thats what i try when i am trying to play a a video04:16
bruenig!burn | Ltar04:16
ubotuLtar: CD/DVD Burning software: K3b (KDE), gnomebaker, serpentine, graveman, Nautilus cd burner (Gnome), gtoaster, xcdroast, cdrecord (terminal-based). Burning .iso files: see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BurningIsoHowto04:16
intelikeyramza3 ignore me.04:16
stylinhello, i can't seem to find information on enabling direct rendering with Intel 82810 and Edgy. Mesa's glinfo says 'Direct rendering: No'. does anyone have an idea of how i go about enabling 3D acceleration ?04:17
homanjis ubuntu compliant with the new daylight savings time change?04:17
panfisthow can I submit an edit for this page? https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/ATI ? I found a solution to a common problem when verifying an installation using fglrxinfo04:17
ramza3davascript_home, yea I know, trying to point gcc-3.4 such that it is run as gcc04:17
bruenighomanj, yes04:17
intelikey<ramza3> can I just change 'gcc-3.4 (for example)' to gcc04:17
sivikand i also have been having problems with firefox crashing without a report04:17
homanjbruenig: thanks.04:17
ks1sivik, is your using in the "video" group?04:17
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davascript_homei believe intllikey makes sense in his answers04:17
sivikks1: do what?04:17
davascript_homeif you install the correct tools the symlinks should be there on installation04:18
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sivikkd1: why is it trying to load a joystick?04:19
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Gesushi i have just mounted an ext3 partition and i'm trying to write to the drive but it is telling me i don't have permission.  how do i change these permissions?  in fstab i've got "defaults,rw,user,errors=remount-ro" as the options.  is that right?  i am pretty much a noob.04:19
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ekimuspanfist: click "login to edit" at the top of the page?04:19
sivikks1: there is nothing on this page: http://linuxmint.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=6314: about sound or alsa04:20
intelikeyGesus  ",rw,user,"  is not needed.      sudo chmod <perms> /mount/point/of/the/fs04:20
davascript_homeGesus if you moutn it as root it will be owned by root04:20
ks1sivik, your problem is not related to alsa... mp3lib/ffmpeg problem.04:20
ekimusGesus: you need to chown and/or chmod the mountpoint04:20
ks1sivik, http://groups.google.com/group/comp.os.linux.misc/browse_thread/thread/63f0fc3936ff9ecd/6f34a3c38833c253?lnk=st&q=%5BVO_3DFX%5D+Unable+to+open+%2Fdev%2F3dfx.&rnum=1&hl=en#6f34a3c38833c25304:20
davascript_hometry as root chown -R <username> /path/share04:20
panfistekimus: yeah i found it, i said nevermind right after i asked, but its nice to know that someone's listening04:20
crimsunjmworx: tonight. I'll upload it to -updates, and then it should be accepted in the morning (EU business hours)04:20
ks1that is for your video problem04:20
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sivikks1: ok04:21
intelikeydavascript_home ext#.   the ownership and perms are on the fs.  mount doesn't affect them04:21
apallohow do i install a gdm theme i just downloaded?04:21
sivikso its an issue with my video card04:21
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intelikeydavascript_home i believe you were thinking  M$ fs's04:21
ks1sivik, basically in mplayer you need to select ffmpeg (has to be installed already, which it should be) and also a video out that works.04:21
sivikks1: but it isn't working in xine or totem either04:22
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davascript_homenah samba mounts on root in gentoo will be owned by root until chowned to owner04:22
sivikits not just a mplayer issue, mplayer just outputs stuff when i run it from terminal/konsole04:22
ks1sivik, try installing ffmpeg04:22
ekimusintelikey: but the permissions of the mountpoint itself affect them if i remember right so davascript_home is right to some extent..04:22
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davascript_homethank you ekimus04:22
ks1sivik, totem/xine should output also to terminal04:22
sivikks1: let me show you what xine does04:22
intelikeyekimus owning it and chmoding it yes.  mount   no.04:22
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hoolooI'm trying to get Ubuntu to see a networked printer on an Apple Airport Extreme04:23
davascript_homewell ok if root did mkdir then the moutnpoint would keep root perms04:23
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sivikks1: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/9042/ thats all that is outputed04:23
davascript_homedue to the fact that root is the owner of the moutn point04:23
ekimusintelikey: arguable (but it's 0423am here and I'm to tired to do that...)04:23
hoolooThe printer is a Canon i32004:23
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bimberiapallo: System -> Administratoin -> Login Window, Add04:23
intelikeyno the dir is not affecting it either.  it's the actual fs.   the mountpoints perms will revert when umounted.04:23
GaiaX11Which is the best email account to register in my kopete/gaim?  bla_bla_bla@hotmail.com or bla_bla_bla@msn.com or other ?04:24
jmworxcrimsun: thanks04:24
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Ltarthere's been a change to DST?04:24
davascript_homethey have nothign to revert to if root made the dir04:24
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ks1sivik, ive referenced you to all that i can find for your problem. Maybe someone else has faced that problem before.04:24
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ekimushmm ok then it was some bsd where you had to set the mountpoint permissions to allow users to access it...nevermind04:24
apalloi'm trying to use the theme preference thing and it keeps telling me that the file format is invalid04:24
ekimus<- getting caffeine04:24
xyz-abcplease help, I cant find/launch the NTFS Configuration Tool04:25
sivikks1: but what bothers me, is that it started today04:25
apallousing gnome04:25
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xyz-abcplease help, I cant find/launch the NTFS Configuration Tool!04:25
ks1sivik, i dont know why it would just start happening. Are you sure you didn't change something?04:25
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wifiohis there any way to force checkinstall into not using the packagename-version-release.deb syntax. i'd like checkinstall to use packagename-version.deb syntax instead04:25
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xyz-abcplease help, I cant find/launch the NTFS Configuration Tool!04:26
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davascript_homeis there anyone who knows howubuntu manages kernels04:26
apallostupid xchat04:26
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davascript_homethrough apt04:26
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VoXxyz-abc: stop repeating.04:26
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crimsundavascript_home: would you rephrase the question, please?04:26
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bimberiapallo: System -> Administratoin -> Login Window, Add04:27
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ConcordeHi Guys, Just wanted to say that I enjoy using Ubuntu04:27
xyz-abcare you saying that to me?04:27
davascript_homekernel managemant as afar as upgrading or using another flaver04:27
weijie902Concorde: congrats and welcome04:27
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crimsundavascript_home: right, but your question currently is too vague. What do you wish to know specifically?04:27
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hoolooMy printer apparently isn't supported in Linux, but I got it working under Mac OS X, which also uses CUPS.04:28
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apallothanks bimberi!04:28
CrescendoOh my goodness.  I didn't know you could hover over an MP3 and have it play.04:28
CrescendoI <3 Ubuntu.04:28
intelikeydavascript_home suit your self.04:28
xyz-abcplease help, I cant find/launch the NTFS Configuration Tool!04:28
sivikks1: it seems to be an issue with the kernel04:28
GaiaX11Which is the best email account to register in my kopete/gaim?  email_account@hotmail.com or email_account@msn.com or other ?04:28
bimberiapallo: yw :)04:28
sivikGaiaX11, it shouldn't matter04:28
ekimusdavascript_home: it's just placing the image, initrd and modules in the right places and then reconfiguring grup with a script (some text processing)04:28
ConcordeCrescendo, I really enjoy using the Rhythm Music Player. Works very well for me :)04:28
VoXxyz-abc: stop repeating.04:29
CrescendoRhythmbox is hawt.04:29
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craigbass1976When you're setting up a web server, how do you set it up so that it runs on 8080 instead of 80?  I edited the conf file to listen on 8080, and the firewall has a hole at 8080, but still no love.04:29
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xyz-abci really need help04:29
GaiaX11sivik: Which is the fastest? Hotmail our Msn or other?04:29
CrescendoAlso, I love wget.04:29
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intelikeycrimsun you good with gdm errors ?04:29
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VoXxyz-abc: maybe, just MAYBE if someone knew how to help, they would be already?04:29
ekimusxyz-abc: probably nobody knows it04:29
crimsunintelikey: only a small subset; what's the issue?04:30
xyz-abcwell... there are instructions and i follow4ed them precisely04:30
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Rioi got an error, saying "ProFTPd warning: not start neither in standalone nor in inetd/xinetd mode, apparently. Check your configuration." what configuration would i be checking?04:30
pwnzorzhey, does anyone know why the refresh rate in ubuntu is horrible?04:30
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xyz-abcbut i just cant find the app04:30
davascript_homeso using any kernel image and compiling it placing it and rewriting grub files thats it04:30
arrenlexxyz-abc: What was the name of the package you installed it from?04:30
davascript_homeeasy enough04:30
intelikeycrimsun it just restarts and restarts....  no error messages04:30
hooloopwnzorz: What kind of monitor are you using?04:30
cosmo__for webmail I would say Gmail, hotmail and msn are dog slow and a pain in the butt04:30
crimsundavascript_home: well, the package management infrastructure is a bit more subtle than that04:30
switchyhi all, is there any way I can change the color of the highlighting that occurs when I select text?04:30
ekimusxyz-abc: explaining your problem more precise is half the solution, which instructions, which package, etc, etc, yadda, yadda :)04:30
arrenlexxyz-abc: Type "dpkg -L ntfs-config | grep bin"04:31
sm0k3ddoes any1 know what port 58010 is? im looking at firestarter and the event log is showing a lot of people trying to connect to this port04:31
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intelikeycrimsun X will run.   but gdm wont.  i have no clue why   ???04:31
blankyhey guys what's a good samba gui frontend04:31
crimsunintelikey: nothing odd in /var/log/gdm/:0.log ?04:31
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hoolooI can't make heads or tails of the printer configuration utility.04:31
ekimusdavascript_home: there's a more ubuntu like way just a sec...04:31
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arrenlexblanky: For configuring or for using?04:31
crimsun(or $DISPLAY)04:32
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intelikeycrimsun no error in /var/log/gdm/*04:32
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crimsunintelikey: breezy, dapper, edgy or feisty?04:32
blankyarrenlex: er...I simply want to share my printer that's connected to this computer to everyone on my network like I do on windows, what should I do, do I need samba?04:32
intelikeycrimsun no error on the command line when starting gdm from console.04:32
xyz-abcok arenllex04:32
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ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto04:32
arrenlexblanky: Yes. Are you trying to configure samba to do this?04:32
intelikeycrimsun no error message in any xsession-error or /var/log/*     i'm at a loss.04:33
blankyarrenlex: I don't know haha I'm completely lost I just figured I needed samba, I do, right?04:33
ToddEDMmarx, look for ENVY04:33
arrenlexblanky: Yes.04:33
blankyarrenlex: what should I do? I want a gui frontend if possible04:33
intelikeycrimsun oh missed the Q  dapper04:33
arrenlexblanky: A GUI frontend to what, exactly?04:33
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arrenlexblanky: Samba configuration?04:33
xyz-abcit says its not installed :(04:33
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Dougiecan anyone help me a but with loading the fglrx driver?04:34
arrenlexxyz-abc: That would explain why you can't find it.04:34
xyz-abcbut i reallly thought i did install it04:34
arrenlexDougie: What problems are you having? How did you install it?04:34
ConcordeNice chatting with you all.. Soon Windows will only be installed on my house :)04:34
hoolooI'm trying to get my less geeky family members interested in Ubuntu, so I want the printer working.04:34
blankyarrenlex: I guess, look man I'm at point 0, I'm wondering what should I do first, get a gui frontend for configuring samba?04:34
hoolooOh well. writing a device driver is a perfect excuse for learning C.04:35
crimsunintelikey: and none of /, /home, /var and /tmp are full, correct?04:35
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dEn_help: i installed OpenSSh and when i try and connect to localhost i get this error ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host , my installation is default .04:35
arrenlexblanky: Are you interested in sharing any folders or just the printer?04:35
Dougiearrenlex: i used the apt-get and it installed off my ubuntu cd i used the ati guide from ubuntu and it installed everything and the resolution change and all that but when i check the fglrx driver is not loaded and i cant modprobe it or anything its just not there04:35
intelikeycrimsun correct it's not a disk space error04:35
pwnzorzwho actually only uses ubuntu??? just would like to know... ;)04:35
Dougiepwnzorz as of now its the only os on my computer04:35
blankyarrenlex: just the printer please04:36
intelikeypwnzorz does only linux count ?04:36
davascript_homea lot of peopl euse ubuntu04:36
arrenlexblanky: What's your windows network name? Default is MSHOME.04:36
davascript_home956 nicks in here04:36
blankyarrenlex: HOME04:36
arrenlexblanky: Pick a name for this machine. Like LINUXBOX.04:36
pwnzorzso people actually use linux as primary...04:36
intelikeyi think the key word was "only" uses ...04:36
crimsunintelikey: hmm, and startx works fine? Do you have an ~/.xinitrc or ~/.xsession ?04:36
davascript_homedefault can be WORKGROUP on OEM dics04:36
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Concordepwnzers, I use XP only in a virtual machine within Ubuntu. I will be removing XP for good (dual-boot right now) next week.04:37
blankyarrenlex: BLANKY :)04:37
dEn_pwnzorz:  its been a year since i switched to only ubuntu04:37
cosmo__once I get this installed and running right the only reason I plan on using windows is for work and for some games, and thats only because the software won't run in linux04:37
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hoolooJust curious: is the kernel closer to micro or monolithic?04:37
davascript_home<fully linux 5 machines04:37
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arrenlexhooloo: mono04:37
pwnzorzzomg!! who can get all windows games e.g. half-life 2 workin on ubuntu/linux!!!04:37
davascript_home<all servers at work run linux04:37
intelikeycrimsun .xsession  yes no .xinitrc   but i moved the .xsession out of the way and tested  no change.04:37
_cerberus_does anyone know how to fix a freshly compiled kernel which freezes on boot just after registering usbhid? kernel is and downloaded from kernel.org04:37
arrenlexblanky: Pick a name for your printer.04:37
deeppwnzorz: wine ;D04:37
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Concordedeep beated me to the typing04:38
cefxor cedega04:38
mad28i give up04:38
Dougiewindows just got on my bad side too much and i decided i didn't want to use it anymore...i'm also building a mac clone and running osx-x86 on it but other then that i don't use anything but osx and ubuntu from now on04:38
mad28can't get this ubuntu instalation going04:38
deepYeah, or cedega ^^04:38
Concordelater all have a good night/day04:38
intelikeycrimsun gdm only gets to a (watch) cursor and resets.04:38
Dougiearrenlex: did you see my reply on how i installed it and what not?04:38
arrenlexblanky: Pick a name for your printer.04:38
cosmo__luckily I got permission from my job to try and get their software to work on linux, I will be so happy if I can get it to work04:38
hoolooI would use Ubuntu full-time if I could find a Final Cut Pro replacement.04:38
arrenlexDougie: Yes I did, but I don't really know how to help. I never had problems installing it, only configuring it.04:38
dEn_help: i installed OpenSSh and when i try and connect to localhost i get this error ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host , my installation is default .04:38
blankysorry arrenlex ! was away, how about, printy04:39
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deepmad28: whats the problem?04:39
arrenlexhooloo: Blender has a movie editing component. Have you looked into it?04:39
pwnzorzwho's seen kiba dock!04:39
deeppwnzorz: i have. (:04:39
pwnzorzwho knows how to install linux drivers.. pm me!04:39
hoolooAnd get my printer working!04:39
Dougiearrenlex: its just not loading the module...idk why everything installed just fine i didn't have any errors durring the install04:39
deep!anyone | pwnzorz04:39
ubotupwnzorz: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?04:39
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deephmm (:04:39
arrenlexDougie: What happens if you try to load it manually? sudo modprobe -v fglrx04:39
intelikeycrimsun one other Q right quick.   what would be the proper way to start a gnome session from a console if i started X from root ?   will  gnome-session --display :0  work ?04:39
mad28i cant get raid0 to be recognized on livecd04:39
deeppwnzorz: what drivers? :P04:40
pwnzorzidk just help me!!!04:40
x2mjokadaHey guys, I'm wondering if there's a command to access the trash can, because I'm on fluxbox and I want to create an icon so that when I click on it it takes me to the trash can like in Gnome and KDE. If there is a command, what is its name? If not, what do you guys suggest I do?04:40
arrenlexblanky: I assume you use cups for printing?04:40
intelikeycrimsun or am i in the wrong ball park there ?04:40
crimsunintelikey: hmm, does stopping *dm, erasing /tmp's contents, and restarting gdm help?04:40
pwnzorzpm me fools!!!04:40
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deeppwnzorz: you just want *any* driver? :D04:40
blankyarrenlex: I assume that too haha, yeah I'm pretty sure04:40
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arrenlexblanky: Okay. Have you installed samba?04:40
blankyno, should I?04:40
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Dougiearrenlex: install /sbin/lrm-video fglrx04:40
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pwnzorzgrrrrr fglrx!!!!04:40
arrenlexblanky: Yep. apt-get install samba04:40
pwnzorzthe driver that is ati and gets xgl workin!!!04:41
Dougiearrenlex: FATAL: Error running install command for fglrx04:41
pwnzorzor beryl04:41
ekimus!language | pwnzorz04:41
ubotupwnzorz: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.04:41
deeppwnzorz: sudo apt-cache search fglrx04:41
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PopoiHow do I install a .deb package based on x86 on my x64 system?04:41
intelikeycrimsun no   no change.04:41
pwnzorz....heh did i say a bad word 0.004:41
cosmo__so being a newbie I screwed up and downloaded feisty fawn, is there any way to go back to edgy without having to download a new iso and reinstalling?04:41
blankyarrenlex: installed04:41
ekimuspwnzorz: you were about to :)04:41
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arrenlexblanky: Run this: sudo wget -O/etc/samba/smb.conf04:42
blankyarrenlex: awww :') you're too nice, thanks man04:42
hoolooThe 3d acceleration was on by default on my machine04:42
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hoolooIt works well.04:42
weijie902hi guys do you think acer has good or bad linux support?04:42
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blankyarrenlex: is that all?04:43
deeppwnzorz: ;<04:43
arrenlexblanky: Now run the command "testparm"04:43
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Dougiearrenlex: so i guess fglrx is there but it's erroring out when you try to install it?04:43
arrenlexblanky: As normal user, no args04:43
deep!ati | pwnzorz04:43
ubotupwnzorz: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto04:43
weijie902pwnzorz: no caps pls04:43
mad28anyone can help me to recognize a raid0 on a ich8r controler, with ubuntu livecd04:43
blankyarrenlex: done :)04:43
billy_why does my screen read "input out of area" while I boot?04:43
stbcan anyone tell me how to get a trash icon on my desktop?  i only see the icon on the panel.04:43
arrenlexblanky: Any errors?04:43
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xyz-abchey arrenlex, i installed another thing - ntfs-3g package, but I don't know how to launch it04:43
blankynope, none that I can see04:43
weijie902stb: drag it over04:43
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intelikeycrimsun anything else i might try ?04:43
arrenlexDougie: No idea, sorry... maybe they know more about fglrx in #ubuntu-effects04:43
blankyoh wait04:43
pwnzorz...i've tried a bajillion million catrillion of those howto's it dont work!!!04:43
bruenigxyz-abc, that is a driver04:43
blankyarrenlex: hold on, I'll paste04:43
stb4 realz?04:43
blanky!paste > me04:43
arrenlexxyz-abc: Follow the guide.04:43
dEn_weijie902: i have an acer aspire 1690 and every thing works with unubtu04:43
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arrenlex!ntfs-3g > xyz-abc04:43
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xyz-abcbruenig, so?04:43
bruenigxyz-abc, it is not something you launch like an application04:44
xyz-abci c04:44
PopoiHow do I install a .deb package based on x86 on my x64 system?04:44
ekimuscosmo__: being a newbie: no - if want to risk breaking your system you can apt-get update && apt-get upgrade - then replace all references to feisty in your sources.list with edgy - apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade and hope it still works. My guess is you will end up downloading an edgy iso either way :)04:44
xyz-abcnow i need to mount my windows ... somehow04:44
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pwnzorzhow come the windows are so laggy in ubuntu...04:44
gesushi there. i've made a huge mistake and have screwed up my /etc/fstab file.  i did back it up in /etc/fstab.bak but, when i try to replace the new file with the old, it says the drive is read only!! i am using the ubuntu live cd at the moment.  help!!04:44
stbthat doesn't work04:44
deeppwnzorz: ofc they do. And its simple. sudoa pt-cache search fglrx to find the package, then edit "driver "ati"" or whatever in xorg.conf to "fglrx"04:44
arrenlexPopoi: You don't. You get the right one.04:44
Flannelekimus, cosmo__, downgrading isn't supported, and no, that won't work.  You'd have to manually pin each Edgy file back to an edgy file04:44
crimsunintelikey: that problem I haven't seen. Did it just begin happening after some set of package errata updates?04:44
weijie902dEn_: thanks... but im unsure about the newer ones04:44
mad28deep ,can you help me to recognize a raid0 on a ich8r controler, with ubuntu livecd04:44
arrenlexgesus: Open the terminal.04:45
deeppwnzorz: you'r using the wrond driver.04:45
blankyarrenlex: oh no didn't get any errors04:45
blankyarrenlex: now what04:45
cosmo__ok I will just download edgy then04:45
weijie902gesus: u need to mount it as rw04:45
arrenlexblanky: sudo /etc/init.d/samba force-reload04:45
deepmad28: no, im sorry, never done anything _at all_ with raid. :/04:45
ekimusFlannel: i know downgrading isn't supported hence the 1st part of the answer :)04:45
pwnzorzserious deep... dude i'm dumb *hits himself over the head04:45
arrenlexgesus: What drive is ubuntu on?04:45
cosmo__no big deal, was just wondering if there was a shorter way  =)04:45
blankyarrenlex: done04:45
intelikeycrimsun sorta.  i installed gnome and gdm  and that started happening...   heh.04:45
mad28thx anyway :)04:45
gesusarrenlex: on hda104:45
mad28anyone can help me to recognize a raid0 on a ich8r controler, with ubuntu livecd04:45
dEn_weijie902: theres a site some thing like linux devices and they have all laptops with what works and what dosnt google it.04:45
deeppwnzorz: mabie you should read the howto's a bit closer? :)04:45
arrenlexblanky: Now go to your windows boxen and open network neighbourhood and see if they have a new friend. :)04:45
billybilly_ might have quit but the real billy is still here.04:45
pwnzorzhow do you make red...04:45
pwnzorzI WANT RED04:46
arrenlexgesus: sudo mkdir /target04:46
weijie902dEn_: both dont show the new ones04:46
pwnzorzRED RUM RED RUM04:46
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arrenlexgesus: sudo mount /dev/hda1 /target04:46
weijie902pwnzorz: please shut up or speak normally04:46
stylindoes anyone know why a fresh edgy install would not have direct rendering enabled with Intel 82810 ?04:46
deeppwnzorz: please be a bit nice.04:46
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Popoiarrenlex: but there is not such package :( 64-bit doesnt exist04:46
arrenlexgesus: sudo cp /target/etc/fstab.bak /target/etc/fstab04:46
pwnzorzi'm just havin funzorz04:46
arrenlexPopoi: What program?04:46
weijie902arrenlex: what about rw?04:46
intelikeycrimsun been running blackbox...   it still works fine.  but how to start gnome from the cli without a lot of fancy editing ???04:46
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pwnzorzi like you deep, you all right ;)04:46
arrenlexweijie902: If he runs into problems, then we'll handle that.04:46
deeppwnzorz: thanx, i guess.04:46
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crimsunintelikey: could just use ~/.xinitrc with "exec gnome-session"04:46
pwnzorznow tell me how to make red@04:47
arrenlexgesus: Did any of that produce any output? If so, paste it here.04:47
pwnzorz@.@ red @.@04:47
intelikeycrimsun ok i'll try that.04:47
deeppwnzorz: red?04:47
pwnzorzthat red!04:47
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deeppwnzorz: mabie you'r using highlights? (:04:47
ubotuTips and tricks for RAID and LVM can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RaidConfigurationHowto and http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO04:47
deeppwnzorz: you'r new to IRC?04:47
pwnzorzi mean what you just did!!!04:47
pwnzorzknow, im using kde irc!04:47
panfistnot sure if this is the best place to ask this question but, i just got beryl working, except for one thing: i'm playing a movie under a transparent window, yet the background transparency of the window is a freeze frame of exactly what was under it the last time the window moved04:47
Flannel!prefix | pwnzorz04:47
ubotupwnzorz: If you prefix your lines with the nickname of the person you're talking to, you have a greater chance that that person reads your messages04:47
yurimxpxmanhey guys, I've got my local server setup in Ubuntu 6.10, but when I try to access a PHP file, it tries to download it. How do I enable the php module?04:48
deeppwnzorz: you mean konversation? (:04:48
gesusarrenlex: didn't produce any output.. i guess it worked??  i hope so.  i'll let you know in five.  should i restart now??04:48
pwnzorz!prefix deep hi deep04:48
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Flannelpwnzorz: address the line, and clients do things (like making the tab red) to make it stand out04:48
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pwnzorzhow do you do that!04:48
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ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto04:48
arrenlexgesus: Hold on. Run the command "cat /target/etc/fstab" (without sudo) and read the output to make sure it's the correct fstab04:48
pwnzorzyou are addressed line now make it red: hi04:48
pwnzorzmaybe if i curse...04:48
bruenigpwnzorz is trolling04:49
_cerberus_pwnzorz, write the name of the person you want to talk to first04:49
pwnzorzi'm not a troll i'm a dwarf!!04:49
intelikeyah crimsun you got me an error to work with now....   Fatal server error:04:49
intelikeyxf86EnableIOPorts: failed to set IOPL for I/O (Operation not permitted)04:49
Popoiarrenlex: Gnome hide and Seek..04:49
weijie902pwnzorz: shut the fck up04:49
pwnzorzdeep hi04:49
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eyecuewho was it that suggested the livecd?04:49
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eyecuei need help :)04:49
intelikeycrimsun permissions in /dev ?04:49
pwnzorzdeep !prefix hi04:49
ekimuspwnzorz: nobody does that, the irc program you are using does that, kind of like an reminder from some calendar software pops up automagically04:49
deeppwnzorz: look, highlights are what you'r thinking about. As for me, you'r nick get's yellow if you write "deep"04:49
panfistis there a beryl irc chat04:50
Flanneleyecue: help.ubuntu.com/community/LostPassword04:50
gesusarrenlex: no it's not. i think i have frigging replaced my backup file with the one that i screwed up!! shit. can i pm you?04:50
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crimsunintelikey: hmm, interesting.04:50
Flannelpanfist: #ubuntu-effects for ubuntu specific, #beryl for not04:50
arrenlexgesus: Yes.04:50
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deeppwnzorz: and you'r line gets red if anyone writes "pwnzorz" (:04:50
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crimsunintelikey: I wonder if it's some odd dbus/hal requirement04:50
arrenlexgesus: No, because you're not registered. Join #arrenlex04:50
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pwnzorzdeep: ha i made it red04:50
ToddEDM!info unrar-free04:50
ubotuunrar-free: Unarchiver for .rar files. In component universe, is optional. Version 1:0.0.1+cvs20060609-1 (edgy), package size 17 kB, installed size 80 kB04:50
panfistflannel: thanks04:50
yurimxpxmanhey guys, I've got my local server setup in Ubuntu 6.10, but when I try to access a PHP file, it tries to download it. How do I enable the php module?04:50
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Flannelyurimxpxman: Do you have libapache2-mod-php5 installed?04:50
deeppwnzorz: to exaple, if i write "crimsun", crimsun's line will get red, or whatever he wants when he get's a highlight. ^^ Easy04:50
eyecueum, what is the root password for the buuntu livecd04:51
pwnzorzi know that geez!04:51
intelikeycrimsun i bet that's it.  neither are running.04:51
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deeppwnzorz: :)04:51
pwnzorzi mean using things like /action04:51
bruenigeyecue, there isn't any, just do sudo command, and it will run as root04:51
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Flanneleyecue: Ubuntu doesn't use the root account, as such, there is none04:51
deeppwnzorz: ?04:51
pwnzorzor stuffs like tahts04:51
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pwnzorzare you new to irc?04:51
eyecueflannel; you know my situation for cryin out loud :)04:51
eyecuebecause this box 'does' :)04:51
intelikeycrimsun geneious you be.04:51
deeppwnzorz: you mean real red, as anyone will see?04:51
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_MMA_Hey all you crazy kids. Please help if your interested: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=37814704:51
deeppwnzorz: that's just annoying04:51
yurimxpxmanFlannel: Yes04:51
intelikeyok i'm out.04:51
makuseruhow can i change the default audio track on an ogm file?04:51
deeppwnzorz: dont use that. (:04:51
crimsundeep: (but only if it's at the beginning of the line, since my irc client is odd)04:51
pwnzorzdeep: no one asked you!04:52
Flanneleyecue: No root password, unless you set it.  The liveCD doesn't have a root password, unless you've set it.04:52
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deepcrimsun: haha, okay ^^04:52
blankyarrenlex: I added the printer (It recognized it) and installed its drivers but it says access denied, unable to connect in the windows box, do I have to set some type of permissions?04:52
eyecuethen the livecd is wrong.04:52
bruenig!offtopic | pwnzorz04:52
ubotupwnzorz: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!04:52
pwnzorzdeep: ill be back, i'm still using ubuntu live!04:52
bruenigeyecue, what are you trying to do?04:52
Flanneleyecue: Why?04:52
ekimusyurimxpxman: what does the access log say? are .php files configured in apache[2]  to be interpreted by the php (and personally: don't use php, it needs lot of discipline to write nice code - use something like rails or pylons)04:52
blankyarrenlex: maybe share modes = Yes instead of no?04:52
eyecuei su to root on the livecd, and it asks for a pass, its not '' password/root or ubuntu.04:52
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eyecueim out.04:52
deeppwnzorz: okay, okay, take it easy. Be friendly.04:52
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bruenigeyecue, sudo command04:52
Flanneleyecue: Ubuntu doesn;t use su, it uses sudo04:52
cosmo__is it just me or are more and more people migrating from window to linux ever since vista came out?04:52
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bimberieyecue: or 'sudo -i' to get a root shell04:52
arrenlexblanky: Wait, who is unable to connect to the windows box?04:52
kaozpiratehi I have an ubuntu grub question04:53
deepbimberi: is'n it "sudo -s"?04:53
blankyarrenlex: no no no, windows box unable to connect to printer04:53
bruenigor sudo su04:53
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h1st0IS there a way to search the bash history?04:53
ekimuscosmo__: it's just you, it's always this way with a new windows version for some time...04:53
ToddEDMi installed the .deb of unrar-free , but where do i find it ?????????????????//04:53
crimsunh1st0: ctrl+r04:53
deeph1st0: ctrl + r04:53
makuseruhow can i change the default audio track on an ogm file?04:53
blankyarrenlex: windows recognizes the printer (it autocompleted the path) but then after adding it it says access denied unable to connect04:53
kaozpiratei have my machine dual booted with Winxp and ubuntu dapper... XP crapped itself and I am scared to run the xp repair04:53
bruenigToddEDM, it is command line04:53
arrenlexToddEDM: dpkg -L unrar-free04:53
blankyarrenlex: maybe /etc/samba/smb.conf share modes = yes instead of no?04:53
bimberideep: either, '-i' sets up the environment as if you've logged in as root.  Do both and check the result of 'echo $USER'04:53
kaozpirateif I run the repair is it going to screw up grub and keep me from being able to get back in to ubuntu?04:54
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arrenlexblanky: My windows machines can see my printer with that file.04:54
bruenigh1st0, cat ~/.bash_history | grep "searchstring"04:54
deepbimberi: :O willdo04:54
h1st0crimsun: deep cool ty.04:54
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blankyarrenlex: yeah mine too but mine can't actually use it04:54
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h1st0bruenig: ctrl + r is what I was looking for.04:54
cosmo__from what little I have seen of ubuntu and some of the others linux 90% of the times seems to work as good as windows if not better in some way04:54
kaozpiratei know WinXP changed the boot record of the harddrive correct?04:54
bimberideep: sorry, 'echo $HOME' I mean04:54
blankyarrenlex: woops nvm, seems to be working04:54
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h1st0cosmo__: I'm much more happy now with linux than I was with windows.04:54
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Khaatioi eat three bigmacs every day04:55
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yurimxpxmanI can't find anything in the logs mentioning my php file04:55
deepbimberi: ah, yeah, noticed $USER too (:04:55
arrenlexblanky: what? xD04:55
rustywuts better beryl or xgl04:55
Flannelrusty: #ubuntu-effects for beryl support04:55
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ekimusyurimxpxman: did you set apache up to handle php files correctly?04:55
sdrev does #ubuntu-effects do compiz support too?04:55
Flannelyurimxpxman: Make sure you have php5.load and php5.conf in /etc/apache2/mods-enabled04:55
Flannelsdrev: yes04:55
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deeprusty: beryl (: i think beryl is the contiued compiz04:56
Flannelsdrev: it's all that fancy swirly stuff04:56
sdrevFlannel,  thanks04:56
yurimxpxmanFlannel: I've got them in there04:56
cry0xdeep, beryl is a fork of compiz. Compiz is still being developed04:56
KhaatioSlackware most excelent!!  Ubuntu not useful!!04:56
Riohow do i uninstall a program?  (i just installed proftpd as an inetd server and it doesnt seem to be working.  i thought i would try to reinstall it as a standalone server.)04:56
deepcry0x: aah (:04:56
tritiumjmworx: sounds like you got the answer, which is soon...04:56
bruenig!offtopic | Khaatio04:56
ubotuKhaatio: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!04:56
cosmo__customization wise I am liking ubuntu much better than windows, plus with thing like beryl it seems to be as good as vista without the resource hogging and bloatware04:56
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Flannelyurimxpxman: and, php5.conf has two AddType lines, right?04:56
kaozpirateso anyone have any ideas about dual booting?04:57
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bruenig!dualboot | kaozpirate04:57
ubotukaozpirate: Dual boot instructions:  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WindowsDualBootHowTo (x86/AMD64) - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot (Macintosh)04:57
Flannel!dualboot | kaozpirate04:57
deepkaozpirate:  what about it? (:04:57
yurimxpxmanFlannel, yes it does04:57
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ToddEDMarrenlex: is it  dpkg -L unrar-free filename.rar04:57
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foutrelisRio: apt-get remove foo04:57
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kaozpiratei already have the machine dualbooted... but my windows screwed up and i have to reinstall it.. will that mess up grubs bootloader?04:57
bruenigToddEDM, you are looking for how to use it, not where it is04:58
Flannelkaozpirate: you'll need to reinstall grub to the MBR, no big deal04:58
arrenlexToddEDM: dpkg -L unrar-free lists all the files in that package.04:58
rainwalkerAnyone here know anything about KeyTouch?04:58
Flannel!grub | kaozpirate, first link04:58
ubotukaozpirate, first link: 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/GrubHowto04:58
foutrelisRio: I am not sure but you could try dpkg-reconfigure foo04:58
h1st0!anyone | rainwalker04:58
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uboturainwalker: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?04:58
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blankyman, I guess I'll have to boot into windows just to have my brother print this crap04:58
Xenguyany one04:58
makuseruhow can i change the default audio track on an ogm file?04:58
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ubotuBeryl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. See http://forum.beryl-project.org/ - Help in #ubuntu-effects04:58
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kaozpiratethanks guys04:58
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ToddEDMarrenlex: can i PM you ?04:59
bruenigToddEDM, do man unrar-free it will tell you04:59
apocalypseIs it normal for a pentium III machine w/ 320mb RAM running xubuntu edgy to never run out of RAM but the processor is at 100% after doing anything from opening firefox to opening a termainl window?04:59
XenguyBeryl is eye-candy that has an inexplicable marketing hypnotic effect on terminal users of vista-like products...04:59
ToddEDMohh o k04:59
Xenguysorry, mistook myself for a bot there for a second04:59
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rainwalkerI'm using the KeyTouch 2.2.2 package on Edgy, should I upgrade to the beta 5 package or stick with this one?04:59
dEn_help: i installed OpenSSh and when i try and connect to localhost i get this error ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host , my installation is default .05:00
apallois there a terminal equivalent to dos's cls?05:00
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h1st0apocalypse: what kind of cpu?05:00
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foutrelisapallo: alt+f2 and type terminal05:00
dEn_apallo: clear05:00
bruenigapallo, cls is ...05:00
Xenguyapallo: clear or ^-L05:00
apocalypsepentium 3.05:00
h1st0apocalypse: mhz?05:00
bruenigoh that05:00
apocalypseh1st0: pentium 305:00
ekimusapocalypse: no,05:00
tj007s13When i try to use vsftpd i get a "550 Failed to change directory." error...Can someone help me?05:00
foutrelisapallo: read wrong. sorry :\05:00
h1st0apocalypse: like p3 866?05:00
apallono problem05:00
h1st0apocalypse: p3 1g?05:00
Xenguytj007s13: check your permissions; that is all :-)05:00
Flannelyurimxpxman: Uh, hmm.  Stop apache (sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 stop) then start it with apache2ctl, see what errors it gives05:01
cosmo__yeah but for eye candy I find beryl to be much cooler than areo hehe05:01
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KhaatioUbuntu strange name05:01
apocalypseh1st0: sorry um. this is an old machine... um. .... how do i fin dout?05:01
tj007s13Xenguy, how do i change permissions to this folder and all of its subfolders, I want to be able to read,write,execute,the whole works05:01
apocalypseh1st0: 731.65005:01
ToddEDMok i see the manual, but i wish it would give an example, since im not too familiar with the command line05:01
h1st0apocalypse: cat /proc/cpuinfo05:01
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bruenigToddEDM, I have unrar, the non free version, else I would install and see05:02
Xenguytj007s13: chmod -R05:02
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h1st0apocalypse: The system shouldn't be a dog.  Are you using the linux-image-generic kernel?05:02
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Xenguytj007s13: man chmod05:02
ToddEDMis there any unrar programs that are in .deb files?05:02
bruenigToddEDM, do unrar-free --help, should be some condensed help that will be more usable05:02
apocalypseh1st0: 2.6.17-11-generic05:02
ekimusit doesn't matter which PIII I'm running a P1 100MHz with ubuntu and it's neither swapping nor eating up all cpu..... ubuntu-desktop+firefox+terminal should at most have 1-3 secs 100% cpu (during app startup imho) or something goes terribly wrong05:02
h1st0ToddEDM: there is unrar in teh repos05:02
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makuseruKhaatio: its an afrcan word, meaning "Humanity towards others"05:03
h1st0apocalypse: is it just opening firefox that you see it go to 100?05:03
h1st0!rar | ToddEDM05:04
ubotuToddEDM: rar is a non-free archive format created by Rarsoft. For instructions on accessing .rar files through the Archive Manager view https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FileCompression. There is a free (as in speech) unrar utility as well, see !info unrar-free05:04
apocalypseh1st0: when ever i do anything. Opening a command line, switching tabs in ff, switchign desktops, alt+tab05:04
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ToddEDMh1st0:  that one is not free though05:04
xyz-abcarrenlex, still there?05:05
ToddEDMi do have it, but being a noob i would like a .deb05:05
makuseruhow can i change the default audio track on an ogm file?05:05
bruenigToddEDM, the repos are debs05:05
h1st0ToddEDM: What do you want to do?  Do you care if its free or nonfree?05:05
bruenigToddEDM, nonfree means that it is not open source, it doesn't mean you have to pay05:05
h1st0ToddEDM: and not $ that is the software license free vs. nonfree05:05
ekimusapocalypse: is that a slow hard disk in this box? - there's a possibility that your box is just waiting on blocking i/o and therefor has lots of system load05:05
xyz-abcbruenig, can you help me install ntfs-config?05:05
ToddEDMwell if its non free, its prolly a trial or something05:06
h1st0ToddEDM: nO05:06
bruenigxyz-abc, no05:06
h1st0ToddEDM: non free means its not open source.  Its still free.05:06
h1st0!free | ToddEDM05:06
ubotuToddEDM: freedom is important. Ubuntu is as free as we can make it, which means mostly free software. See http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/free-sw.html and http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/licensing05:06
xyz-abcmkay.. :(05:06
ToddEDMohhhh cool05:06
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apocalypseekimus: i honestly don't know. the HD is probably as old as the computer is. IT was just an extra one sitting at home that was dying using xp so i put xubuntu on it.05:06
h1st0ToddEDM: just install the nonfree version05:06
xyz-abci followed the directions here: http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=217009 exactly but it wasnt able to install ntfs-config05:06
h1st0ToddEDM: sudo aptitude install unrar05:06
ToddEDMok lemme look for it05:06
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arrenlexxyz-abc: Yep. What's up?05:07
h1st0ToddEDM: it will be in synaptic as well.05:07
xyz-abcarrenlex, i just cant install the damn thing05:07
ekimusapocalypse: you have a dying hard disk and install a new OS on it?05:07
xyz-abci followed the directions exactly.. but it cant find the app05:07
ToddEDMsynaptic i like ;)05:07
xyz-abcwhen i try to install it05:07
Shadow_milanyone here been able to connect motorla V3m razr up with Linux?05:07
bruenigsynaptic is a bit messy imo05:07
bruenigapt-get is easier05:07
h1st0Shadow_mil: I had it working once05:07
apocalypseekimus: well besides being old how are you sure it's dying?05:07
Shadow_milh1st0: how :(05:07
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Shadow_milh1st0: I have tried everything I can find05:08
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h1st0Shadow_mil: there was some software I was using hold up let me see if I still have it.  I know it was a PITA to get working05:08
corevettehow do you open a .run file05:08
ekimusapocalypse: you said 'that was dying using xp so i put xubuntu on it.'05:08
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foutreliscorevette: sh foo.bin05:08
dEn_help: i installed OpenSSh and when i try and connect to localhost i get this error ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by remote host , my installation is default .05:08
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apocalypseekimus: sorry. i meant dying as in the computer was really sloow and froze a lot. i assumed it was because only 320mb of memmory05:09
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h1st0Shadow_mil: moto4lin05:09
ToddEDMok whats it called.... UNRAR-NONFREE?05:09
ubotusmart is another meta-package manager available for Ubuntu. It's quite stable, uses APT's repositories, can handle mirrors/multiple-connections, and is supposed to make Ubuntu BiArch-compatible. See http://labix.org/smart and https://wiki.kubuntu.org/SmartPackageManager05:09
tj007s13whats the exact ubuntu command to chmod a folder to the equivalent of 77705:09
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about smarttools - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:09
Shadow_milh1st0: I am using that now05:09
makuseruhow can i change the default audio track on an ogm file?.05:09
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about smartctl - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:09
h1st0Shadow_mil: if you hold up i'll try connecting my phone real quikc I know there was some goofy setting I had to specify.05:09
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Shadow_milok :D thanks05:10
bruenigToddEDM, it is called unrar05:10
h1st0Shadow_mil: gotta find the right usb cord hold up05:10
bruenigToddEDM, you have unrar, the non free version, and unrar-free the free version05:10
foutrelistj007s13: chmod 777 folder_name05:10
foutrelistj007s13: I think :)05:10
ekimuswhat's that hd monitoring called again that any recent hd has included i thought it was S.M.A.R.T.05:10
ownerwhen i try to test a php file using http://localhost/test.php it gives me an error "Unknown: Failed opening '/var/www/test.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/share/php:/usr/share/pear') in Unknown on line 0"05:10
tj007s13i will try05:10
owneri dont what it is05:10
ToddEDMi only see unrar-free05:10
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about smart-tools - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:11
bruenig!info unrar05:11
ubotuunrar: Unarchiver for .rar files (non-free version). In component multiverse, is optional. Version 1:3.5.4-0.1 (edgy), package size 84 kB, installed size 216 kB05:11
sandy16how to use wild cards in wget?05:11
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bruenigToddEDM, are you on edgy?05:11
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apocalypseekimus: you're right it is smart. thugh i'm not sure what the name of the tool is. however doesn't fdsk check my HD's health everytime ubuntu starts up?05:11
tj007s13:( now i get this error05:11
tj007s13Response:500 OOPS: vsftpd: refusing to run with writable anonymous root05:11
tj007s13Response:500 OOPS: child died05:11
xyz-abchey arrenlex, how's it going..05:12
tonyyarussotj007s13: sounds like a bad combo of options in your vsftpd.conf05:12
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ekimusapocalypse: now thats fsck and it only checks your filesystem, you want smartd smartctl and such (can't remember the package name now)05:12
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makuseruhow can i change the default audio track on an ogm file?05:12
apocalypseekimus; oh i see.. so i should just run oen of the smart toosl to check my harddrive helath?05:12
ToddEDMyes bruenig05:12
tj007s13tony: it was working before but i couldnt switch folder, gave me a 550 error, then i changed the chmod permissions and get that error now05:13
ToddEDMim on edgy05:13
apocalypseekimus: is i tsimilar to HDtune for windows?05:13
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bruenigToddEDM, close synaptic, open the terminal (applications>accessories>terminal) and copy and paste this entire thing at once: sudo sed -e 's/# deb/deb/g' -e 's/edgy universe/edgy universe multiverse/g' -e 's/edgy-security universe/edgy-security universe multiverse/g' -i.backup /etc/apt/sources.list && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install unrar05:13
h1st0Shadow_mil: Yeah there was something in preferences that was goofy i'm tyring ot connect to it now.05:13
Shadow_milh1st0: TYVM!05:13
Shadow_milh1st0: been working on this for hours05:13
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omegacentiWhats an easy way to add more resolution options to my Screen resolutions?05:14
h1st0Shadow_mil: I remember I had to change the at vender ID and at product ID.  Everytime I launched moto4lin05:14
ubotuThe X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type  sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart  in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto05:14
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ekimusapocalypse: http://www.cyberciti.biz/tips/monitoring-hard-disk-health-with-smartd-under-linux-or-unix-operating-systems.html should get you started - haven't used windows in years (well not longer than 30 Minutes a week which were painful enough) so I don't know sorry05:14
ToddEDMits working ... whatever it is, lol05:14
apocalypseekimus: thanks a lot. really appreciate it. and if you want to know painful. you should try vista........ omgg..05:15
bruenigToddEDM, it is enabling the extra repos, unrar is not in the main ones that are enabled by default being nonfree and all05:15
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ToddEDMohhhh , coool so i will have more junk to download05:15
ToddEDMthank you05:15
ekimusapocalypse: i have a feeling i have to, need to test our company vpn with it and make sure it'll work :(05:15</