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bruenighendaus, ok then do /dev/hdc in that command above12:01
preactionCryoniq: might want to look up your program on winehq.org12:01
JetfighterIs there a screen recorder that isn't bugged like Istanbul?12:01
arrozconevanits not that simple12:01
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preactionCryoniq: otherwise, it might be the wrong driver for your Xorg12:01
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hendausbruenig,  Executing 'builtin_dd if=/home/hendaus/vcdmov/movie.iso of=/dev/hdc obs=32k seek=0'12:01
bruenighendaus, good watch the show12:02
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hyperboreaquick question is lts 6.06 different that lts 6.06 server in anyways? like server might not have a preempt kernel?12:02
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Cryoniqpreaction,  hmm yes.. in this latest case it is utorrent and that should work. Thing is, it stopped working in middle of ubuntu updates and I havent touched anything.12:02
hendausbruenig,  thanx :)12:02
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Aci1heya!12:02
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xenex92392how do i make oidentd work?12:02
preactionCryoniq: use a linux alternative, i suggest azureus or rtorrent12:02
Xs142Can I change the OS language back to English in some way..?12:02
zac1anybody will to help me out a little on mounting a virtual drive?12:02
bruenighyperborea, it is just different packages12:02
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kbrookswhats rtorrent?12:03
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XenguyJetfighter: this is an 'out there' suggestion, but I thought someone once claimed that 'wink' would run in WINE.  I have no idea if that is true.  YMMV considerably - consider it a random tip ;-)12:03
kbrookszac1, uh, ask12:03
bruenigkbrooks, cli torrent client12:03
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kbrooks!rtorrent12:03
uboturtorrent: ncurses BitTorrent client based on LibTorrent. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.5.3-1 (edgy), package size 232 kB, installed size 636 kB12:03
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hyperboreabruenig: yeah i thought that but if i aptitude search kernel | more i dont see a different kernel option for smp or anything12:03
Jetfighter:P Not to mention the site that I needed to get Winetools isn't working12:03
Cryoniqpreaction, I would if it wasn't that azureus totaly lags the system apart when running it.. rtorrent seem not to be accepted by lots of torrent trackers *cry*12:03
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JassossovinikCryoniq, hmm, I've not had any problems using rtorrent.12:04
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XenguyJetfighter: wine comes packaged - now I'm out :-)12:04
bruenighyperborea, what version of the kernel are you looking for12:04
i3danyone has experience on configuring 30" monitor?12:04
JetfighterWait12:05
hyperboreabruenig: smp enabled and non preempt if possible12:05
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bruenighyperborea, but what number 2.6.20?12:05
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Xs142E: Could not open lock file /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (13 Access Denied)12:05
Xs142E: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), are you root?12:05
Xs142**How do I fix this?12:05
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Zeusi've got a very strange problem. my userlist in XChat is nowhere to be found12:05
Zeusand i can't enable it12:05
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preactionXs142: sudo <your command>12:06
hendausbruenig,  and if video cd(vcd) is the samething?12:06
dimeotanehow can I fix this command to rename each duplicate "file.db" differently:  $ find /home/dell/large-data-files/ -name file.db -exec mv -b  {} ~/Desktop/test  \;12:06
hyperboreabruenig: doesnt matter to me im not up on the change logs,, just gonna run apache mongrel mysql and rails12:06
JetfighterWhere can I get 'wink'?12:06
jimdXs142: Use sudo?12:06
GaiaX11hyperborea: dpkg always tries to guess you monitor. Follow it to see first12:06
bruenighendaus, video cd is cdrecord dev=/dev/whatever nameofiso.iso12:06
bruenighyperborea, 386?12:06
CryoniqBut I can boost one thing.. wine is a bit of the devils nephew. I rather not use wine at all :)12:06
hendausbruenig,  so everything you have to make it by terminal,there is no manual from devede dialog program?12:06
Xs142preaction; thanks :) The last hour hasn't thaught me much so I'm still learning here ;)12:06
bruenighendaus, you can burn them in k3b or some other burning software12:06
hyperboreabruenig: 2.6.15-28-386 probebly works ok, but im on a dual core opteron12:06
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Cryoniqk3b works excelent I have to add support on :)12:07
hendausbruenig,  i have movies.DAT , k3b cannot read .DAT, did devede read it??12:07
hyperboreabruenig: and i saw on your wiki you guys were sying away from kernels that were compiled for a specific arch12:07
Sigurdtheone!Installing programs12:07
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StoneNoteZeus, you can ressize the userlist.  place the curosr on it and you'll probbaly get the resize cursor (a line with an arrow on both ends).  hold the left click, drag, and then let go of the left mouse button when it's sized ok12:08
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bruenighyperborea, yeah all I see is powerpc64-smp kernels12:08
edgyzwhat do i neet to convert mp3 to audio and burn it12:08
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GaiaX11Sigurdtheone: What do you want?12:08
bruenighyperborea, here is all the kernels, scroll down to kernel images http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/l/linux-source-2.6.15/12:08
chalmerhow do i config my internet threw a linksys 54 G router?12:08
apokryphosedgyz: k3b and k3b-mp312:08
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Zeusstrange, i had to resize it from the outer edge of the window. first time i've seen that. thanks stone12:08
StoneNoteZeus, yw. I've done that before12:09
zac1chamler12:09
zac1do you have DHCP enabled12:09
Cryoniqoh sorry.. it wasnt rtorrent I tried.. it was ktorrent. Hmm.. this rtorrent is back to basic for sure.. (asciipower? =P )12:09
spasticteapotDumb question, but will Fiesty Alpha turn into Feisty Stable if I run the appropriate update?12:09
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spasticteapotOr is it technically a different distro?12:09
stephfontcould I disable BOOTP if I don't need it??12:09
edgyzapokryphos: and no additional codecks? :)12:09
willIs there a way to have transparent windows in Gnome?12:09
apokryphosedgyz: it'll pull everything in that you need12:09
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chalmeron tha router?12:09
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zac1ya12:09
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d0lph1nhey all12:10
chalmeri think so12:10
Xs142Hmm, is there any recommended program to utilize with a Midi studio controller in Linux?12:10
spasticteapotEdgy is missing too many packages.12:10
bruenighyperborea, actually linux-image is where they are I think. But the same is true only powerpc and sparc12:10
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bruenigspasticteapot, like?>12:10
zac1ubuntu should pick up a IP on start up12:10
d0lph1ncan anyone get their ATI AIW card working with the TV?12:10
JetfighterGuys, I downloaded something, but when I use WINE to try and install it, i get a .eula.txt is not existant...12:10
kitchespasticteapot: feisty stable will be alpha but with everything working nicely and such and they might do some package moving before it's freezes12:10
chalmerhmm12:10
d0lph1n!TV12:10
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about tv - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:10
zac1unless you tring todo somthing specel as far as configuring it12:10
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edgyzspasticteapot: i just on the way installing ubuntu un hda12:11
d0lph1n!mythtv12:11
hendausbruenig,  like example i have tarzan.DAT, is it works on devede,coz k3b cannot accept .DAT just mpeg12:11
ubotuMythTV is a TV framework for Linux - Instructions for using with Ubuntu at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MythTV12:11
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spasticteapotkitche: I need Fiesty, period, or at least the new packages.12:11
OuZois there a gui for lm-sensors? thanks12:11
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xenex92392how do i make oidentd work?12:11
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chalmernah.. just install'd ubuntu last night12:11
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r4ngethe sudo command needs to have +s for owner correct?12:11
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bruenighendaus, then you convert it in devede, and then burn the iso in k3b12:11
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spasticteapotkitche: IF I want Feisty, should I install the alpha? Or will I need to re-install if I want Feisty Stable?12:11
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zac1well do a ifconfig in the terminal12:11
bruenighendaus, or use cdrecord dev=/dev/whatever nameofiso.iso from cli12:11
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kitchespasticteapot: you just keep updating feisty12:12
CryoniqI think I want a little bit of graphical gui with a torrent client ^^ than rtorrent ehehe (I am spoiled I know!)12:12
Xs142Noone know of any good program to use with a Midi studio  controller:..?12:12
chalmerbut tha internet on the comp w/ ubuntu is slow as crap compared to my 4 other comp's w/ windows12:12
bruenigr4nge, not sure I understand what you mean, but I think it is safe to say no, I have never used +s12:12
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r4nge-rwsr-xr-x for sudo or could it be -rwxr-xr-x12:12
zac1ive noticed a diff also12:12
bruenigutorrent through wine is good12:12
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edgyzmay i install automatix and download something without paying in case i'm off the usa :?12:12
r4ngeits +s by default12:12
lesshastecan someone remind me where I can set the hibernate/sleep options?12:12
spasticteapotkitche: So, no reinstallation?12:12
zac1i dont think its anything we can do12:12
EdBoyUbuntu supports Wine, correct?12:12
spasticteapotWoot!12:12
EdBoyOh, guess it does, hehe.12:13
bruenig!automatix | edgyz12:13
ardchoille!automatix | edgyz12:13
cafuego_edgyz: yes12:13
lesshasteI want to stop ir sleeping when I close the lid of my laptop12:13
Jetfighterhttp://www.kxuk.net/bucket/show_comp.php?id=e421b1712&name=ubterror.png How can I fix that?12:13
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bruenighmm, what's wrong with ubotu12:13
zac1!mount12:13
edgyzcafuego_ thanks12:13
chalmeri thought that there was something in ubuntu to run to config tha net or something12:13
Jetfighter!bot12:13
r4ngei want to open up a shell box for others to use but want it as secure as possible so thats why i'm investigating +s12:13
bruenigedgyz, I wouldn't though, automatix is very dangerous12:13
StoneNoteOuZo, gdesklets for gnome or ksensors for kde12:14
hyperborea!kernel12:14
zac1chalmer google it12:14
zac1or look on the webpage12:14
bruenigr4nge, I am intrigued about this +s thing, what is it supposed to do?12:14
OuZoStoneNote: thanks im getting gdesklets12:14
chalmerok12:14
chalmerthanks12:14
JetfighterNo one? http://www.kxuk.net/bucket/show_comp.php?id=e421b1712&name=ubterror.png How to fix?12:14
StoneNoteyw12:14
lesshastecan someone remind me where I can set the hibernate/sleep options in ubuntu?12:14
kitchebruenig: there you go that's what's wrong probably got spammed or something and it hanged12:14
chalmeranother thing12:14
edgyzbruenig: but very handy isn't it12:14
lesshasteI want to stop it sleeping when I close the lid of my laptop12:14
StoneNotebueller? anyone? anyone? bueller?12:14
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PriceChildJetfighter, what are you installing?12:15
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zac1anybody know how to mount a virtal drive?12:15
bruenigedgyz, if you like hosed installs, there are only a few better ways I can think of12:15
r4ngebruenig: basically gives the person executing the same privelges as the owner in that process12:15
r4ngeso thats why i'm thinking sudo needs to be +s12:15
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edgyzlesshaste: ints not stops by default when you close da lid12:15
JetfighterOh, well, I bypassed that (XD) but now it says I need at least IE 412:15
bruenigr4nge, when you use sudo, you are executing as root12:16
r4ngebecause if i'm gonan use sudo it would make sense that i need root priveleges when using it12:16
chalmerwhen i put a cd in tha drive it does'nt automatic load either. is something wrong with my version of ubuntu?12:16
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stephfontif i compile another kernel (recent one), will it fit into Ubuntu's settings and processes??12:16
colbertI want to use Schedule to run a .xls (Office Spreadsheet) file every night, what do I put in the command field???12:16
r4ngebruenig: you sure none of your executables has +s in it?12:16
PriceChildstephfont, Why do you want to recompile the kernel?12:16
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lesshasteedmondt, sorry?12:16
shatratstephfont, why would you? Its likely i fyou dont include the right things sound or video or other random things will stop working.12:16
stephfontto learn more from it12:16
bruenigr4nge, you (as in your user) is using sudo, but sudo is not using your user, it is using root12:16
hyperboreacan someone point me in the direction of documentation that talks about the diff between the big iron server image and the server image, and why i might want to use the amd64 version12:17
JetfighterHow can I get IE?12:17
r4ngebruenig: find / -type f -perm +6000 -ls would list your +s progs12:17
stephfonti don't want unwanted stuff, that's all12:17
adminxShould I remove vmplayer in I want to install vmware 5.512:17
bruenig!sudo | r4nge12:17
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v3xtraIs there any way to make a keystroke a shortcut of a terminal command?  Something that is not in the keyboard shortcut program?12:17
stephfontexcessive maintaining?!12:17
bruenigoh yeah, not bot12:17
PriceChildbruenig, ubotu is out. Will be back soon :)12:17
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infidelhow can i get console to use a higher resolution?12:17
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EdBoyHow do I get my Ubuntu to correctly guess my screen resolution_12:18
JetfighterPriceChild, how can I get IE v4?12:18
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r4ngei'm afraid to remove +s from sudo thinking that i will no longer be able to access it12:18
Jetfighter!hi12:18
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bruenigJetfighter, ies4linux google it12:18
NoogatIs there a recovery program for NTFS drives for Ubuntu12:18
JetfighterOk12:18
PriceChildJetfighter, IE4 is a windows program. You can't instal it on ubuntu without using wine12:18
JetfighterI got wine12:18
edgyzEdBoy: install 915 resolution12:18
bruenigNoogat, doubt it seeing as ntfs isn't even natively supported12:18
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EdBoyCurrently, it thinks that I'm at 1024x768, when I'm really at 1280x102412:18
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Noogatwaaaaaah12:18
Jetfighter!hi | ubotu12:19
EdBoyedgyz: what?12:19
EdBoywhuzzat12:19
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bruenigNoogat, unless you are talking about a perfectly good ntfs that you just want files from, if you are saying it got corrupted, then probably not12:19
JetfighterPriceChild, where can I download?12:19
edgyzEdBoy: is you card from intell12:19
Noogatbruenig: let's see12:19
PriceChildJetfighter, I'm unfamiliar with it sorry12:19
NoogatIt was corrupt due to Partition Magic12:19
v3xtraIs there any way to make keyboard shortcuts that are not predefined in the Keyboard Shortcut program?12:19
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Jetfighter:(12:19
bruenigNoogat, I mean if it isn't corrupted and windows just screwed up, then you can mount it and copy files off of it12:19
Noogati fixed it trough the Windows Recovery Console12:19
ubotuubotu: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!12:20
EdBoyedgyz: I don't believe so.12:20
PriceChildJetfighter, I recommend you find a linux alternative to whatever you're trying to install12:20
adminxShould I remove vmplayer in I want to install vmware 5.512:20
Noogat1okay12:20
Noogatokay12:20
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Noogathow can i activate ntfs support on LiveCD12:20
JetfighterThere is none :( IEs4linux might work12:20
edgyzEdBoy: my is intel i need 915 resolution driver :)12:20
PriceChildJetfighter, what are you trying to install?12:20
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bruenigNoogat, you can mount and read with no problem, you just can't write to it12:20
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EdBoywell, XP picked it up12:21
EdBoyIl try again12:21
FlannelJetfighter: IEs4Linux is probably what you want, but I don't believe that it contains IE4.  Just 5, 5.5 and 6.  I may be wrong.  Why on earth do you need 4?12:21
JetfighterPlayUBT, online poker thing12:21
EdBoyI don't have much of a problem.12:21
Noogatbruenig: i want to write a ISO in it, then mount it on a blank cd12:21
JetfighterWell, it needs at least IE 412:21
FlannelJetfighter: ah, then IEs4Lin will work fine.12:21
bruenigNoogat, well writing will be a problem12:21
bruenig!ntfs-3g | Noogat12:21
ubotuNoogat: ntfs-3g is is a Linux driver which allows read/write access to NTFS partitions. It has been extensively tested but please remember to keep backups of critical data. Installation instructions at http://lunapark6.com/?p=1710 (Dapper) and http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=217009/ (Edgy)12:21
JetfighterYAY12:21
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infidelhow can i get console to use a higher resolution?12:21
r4ngebruenig: sudo needs +s in the owner to work12:21
Super_Pollosokk, heres teh problem, I changed my password for my account to something with numberpad related keys in it, momentarily forgotten, i had previously made those keys hotkeys, now i cant get inot my computer,it was the only account on there. Can I recover/Change my password? or do i have to re install like i originally thought?12:22
JetfighterWhere would I add  deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu edgy universe12:22
JetfighterOooh, nevermind. lmao12:22
bruenigr4nge, I have never heard of +s, but I will tell you that sudo is working fine and I have never touched anything like that12:22
hyperboreaok so i need the server image. Can Anyone think of a reason why i wold not want to run the amd64 version for my dual opteron box?... looks like support is being drpped for that12:22
FlannelSuper_Pollos: help.ubuntu.com/community/LostPassword12:22
Super_Pollosthanks12:22
Super_Pollosnever thought of that12:22
edgyzinfidel: get higher whole screen resolution12:22
r4ngebruening: check the file permissions for sudo and i'm pretty sure you will see an "s" where the "x" would be for the owner group12:23
kevinfigured out my disappearing eth0 problem, was there someone else with the same problem? I can help if it's the same12:23
colbertHow would I schedule a .xls (Office Spreadsheet) file every night to open at 11pm ??12:23
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crdlbinfidel, you need to enable the framebuffer12:23
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Xs142what was the command to check version again?12:23
Flannelhyperborea: support is being dropped?  PPC is being dropped, not 64bit (er, at least, as far as I've heard).  Since you won't be dealing with proprietary crap, I wouldn't think there'd be any significant reasons to use 32bit12:23
FlannelXs142: lsb_release -a12:23
saltyJetfighter here's alink for ya to try...http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu:Edgy12:23
hendausbruenig,  from cli????????/ what is cli12:24
Xs142Flannel: thanks :)12:24
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apokryphoshendaus: /msg ubotu cli12:24
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Flannelsalty, Jetfighter, ubuntuguide isn't the best source of information.  The official wiki is much safer (help.ubuntu.com)12:24
bruenighendaus, command line12:24
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bruenighendaus, konsole12:24
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saltyoh ok Flannel12:24
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hyperboreaFlannel: cool ,,  thanks man12:25
bruenigr4nge, ok yeah, sudo does need a s in owner12:25
d0lph1n!VPN12:25
ubotuFrom more information on vpn please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Gaming_VPN_Using_PPTPD12:25
bruenigr4nge, weird that I have never heard of s12:25
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JetfighterI still get that error12:26
OuZoStoneNote: i installed gdesklets but the widgits dont work (i have lm sensors working in the terminal)12:27
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jim__hi!12:27
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bruenig!hi | jim__12:28
ubotujim__: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!12:28
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brk3ive seen alot of videos on the net lately of ubuntu running with the next gen desktop like the cube spinning desktops and stuff whats the best tutorial to get this working../12:28
bruenig!beryl | brk312:28
ubotubrk3: Beryl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. See http://forum.beryl-project.org/ - Help in #ubuntu-effects12:28
brk3and will it be default in the next ubuntu?12:28
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bruenigbrk3, not by default but will be easy to enable12:28
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brk3bruenig: thanks :)12:28
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brk3one more thing, whats the difference between beryl and compiz?12:29
bruenig!compiz | brk312:29
ubotubrk3: Compiz (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-effects12:29
brk3its just my friend just installed vista and i want to show him up!12:29
bruenigbrk3, #ubuntu-effects would no more12:29
brk3heers12:29
brk3cheers12:29
bruenigs/no/know/12:29
JetfighterE: Type 'repository.' is not known on line 15 in source list /etc/apt/sources.list12:29
JetfighterE: The list of sources could not be read.12:29
ciscosurferI'm I correct in assuming Feisty is gradually porting the entire Debian repo(s) to Ubuntu?12:30
bruenigJetfighter, gksu gedit /etc/apt/sources.list and remove line 15, the one that will start with repository I am sure12:30
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bruenigciscosurfer, #ubuntu+112:30
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Flannelciscosurfer: No, that's not how releases work12:30
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saltywhat is the minimal install to get my printer installed?12:31
JetfighterHere we go, thanks dude12:31
JetfighterActually, the line consisted of "repository."12:31
bruenigJetfighter, what did it start with12:32
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Comrade_Sergeianyone know where i can get the 1386.Deb version of alcohol 120% or AcetoneISO?12:32
jmhodgeshey, my copy of iconv knows nothing of the MacGreek, MacRoman, etc. encodings. anyone know how to get those into iconv?12:32
JetfighterThat was all that was on line 1512:32
Jetfighterrepository.12:32
jmhodgesthis is on Edgy12:32
bruenigJetfighter, so then that is what it started with12:32
PriceChildComrade_Sergei, do they even have linux versions?12:32
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JetfighterWell, you really needn't have asked..12:32
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Jetfighter<Jetfighter> Actually, the line consisted of "repository."12:32
bruenigJetfighter, but it started with "repository"12:32
JetfighterYeah12:33
Comrade_SergeiPriceChild i know Acetone has a rpm, and i used alien with it and it doesnt work12:33
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JetfighterYou should be able to deduct that from what I said, which means I win :P12:33
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Comrade_SergeiPriceChild do you know something that will do the same thing , cause im too cheap to get cd-rs12:33
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FlannelComrade_Sergei: what do you mean the same thing?  Mounting an ISO?12:34
bruenigJetfighter, you acted as if I was wrong by telling me the line consisted of repository. and I wasn't. You thought you had some technicality because of the period, but technically I was still correct.12:34
PriceChildComrade_Sergei, You want mounting an iso?12:34
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Comrade_SergeiFlannel yes12:34
PriceChildComrade_Sergei, Linux does that without anything special12:34
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Flannel!mount | Comrade_Sergei12:34
ubotuComrade_Sergei: Partitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in Gnome under Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For Edgy, see !fstab and !DiskMounter12:34
Comrade_Sergeiand PriceChild yes12:34
Flanneler12:34
Flannel!iso | Comrade_Sergei12:34
ubotuComrade_Sergei: 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.12:34
JetfighterWell, so was I, let's jsut dtop it.12:34
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FlannelComrade_Sergei: we don't need extra programs, it's built in.12:34
bruenigJetfighter, but the implication of your response was not right12:34
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JetfighterDROP IT.12:35
Comrade_SergeiFlannel ive got to convert it to ISO first its like MDF or something now12:35
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Jetfighter!caps | Jetfighter12:35
salty!offtopic12:35
Jetfighter:P12:35
ubotu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!12:35
Comrade_Sergeilol12:35
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FlannelComrade_Sergei: Read that URL, it might include conversion methods12:35
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Comrade_SergeiTy Flannel12:35
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JetfighterThis better work, it's taking forever.12:36
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CryoniqOuff.. now it works again.. had to rip out the whole .wine directory, remove wine, in with latest wine, do reconfigure and it started working again.. odd..12:37
saltyanyone use command line ubuntu?12:37
VoltageX-CGII'm trying to install Ubuntu under Parallels, freezes: ACPI: Unable to locate RSDP, PCI: Unable to locate....12:37
Cryoniq(then again it is a windows related thing so im no suprised)12:37
VoltageX-CGIThen can't find a hardrive which doesn't exist12:37
StoneNoteOuZo, ok I checked and there is a lot on the forums on this subject.  the second link on this list is a install how-to http://ubuntuforums.org/tags/index.php/lmsensors/12:38
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jrib!anyone | salty12:38
ubotusalty: 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?12:38
Flannel!anyone | salty12:38
Flanneloh, bugger.12:38
wildfire_!anyone | Salty12:38
ubotuSalty: 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?12:38
saltyi have already asked12:38
wildfire_It works :P12:38
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OuZoStoneNote: thanks12:38
hyperboreathanks bruenig and flannel you guys rock! peace12:38
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StoneNoteOuZo, sorry it took me so long to reply. I am in kde and switched to another id were I have gnome to see if it worked for me and it did12:39
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JetfighterOMG STOP DOWNLOADING.12:39
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aridesehey guys, my double-u key doesn't ork. i as playing around ith some shortcuts, and reset it no, but the key is still being grabbed. is there something that can "flush" the shortcut cache?12:39
JetfighterIEs4Linux is TON12:39
Flannelsalty: Er?  Did you?  I don't see a question12:39
dougiehow would i go about installing windows without it overwriteing the boot sector?12:39
bruenigthere needs to be an !incoherent factoid12:39
jribsalty: you asked something about fluxbox, is that your question?12:39
Flanneldougie: you don't.  You reinstall GRUB afterwards12:39
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JetfighterLol, at random times my 1 and q stop working12:39
OuZoStoneNote: thanks, well i hope i get it working for me as well12:39
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FredleStoneNote, why shouldn't it?12:39
holehello12:40
bruenig!hi | holwe12:40
ubotuholwe: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!12:40
bruenigs/holwe/hole12:40
VoltageX-CGIUbuntu drops to initramfs/busybox on boot, something is wrong in Parallels. Any ideas?12:40
saltywhat is the minimal install to get my printer installed in command line ubuntu?12:40
dougieFlannel: how would i do that? i can't boot the live cd can you get to the command prompt from the live cd?12:40
bruenig!printing | salty12:40
ubotusalty: Printing 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/NetworkPrintingFromWindows12:40
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Flannel!grub | dougie, first link12:40
ubotudougie, 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/GrubHowto12:40
holei'm trying to install wine but i get an error message can i past 6 lines to see if you can tell me if i'm doing so12:41
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holemething wrong12:41
bruenig!pastebin | hole12:41
PriceChild!paste | hole12:41
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ubotuhole: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)12:41
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holeoh yea12:41
holeok brb12:41
OuZoStoneNote: which desklet do you use fot cpu temp & fan speed?12:41
Flannelaridese: were these gnome shortcut things?  The easiest way would bne to remove the config files that set it.  It'll be in your home dir (since it's a per user thing), as for which file, I have no idea (and no way of checking on my box), but it'll be in your homedir, that's for certain (and hidden).12:42
holehttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10106/ thats it12:42
arideseFlannel: ok, thanks, ill check it ou12:42
arideset12:42
JetfighterI need help about IEs4Linux12:42
PriceChildJetfighter, what pare you having ap roblem with?12:42
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bruenighole, is there any reason you aren't using the repository wine12:42
Flannelaridese: logging into "safe mode" (under "sessions" in GDM), should make it work again for you to fix it; I believe.12:42
JetfighterI installed, it said done, then I re-run setup, I get same error12:43
holeit returned a different error message when i tried to run it12:43
bruenigJetfighter, you do have wine installed right?12:43
holei mean run wine12:43
JetfighterYes12:43
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bruenigJetfighter, and cabextract12:43
JetfighterYes12:43
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Comrade_SergeiFlannel i want to use mdf2iso but it looks like the out put isnt ISO wtf? how would i convert a MDF to a ISO with it12:43
eamoupgrade dapper to edgy failed from alt CD - now I'm stuck in limbo - any suggestions?12:44
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holelooks like i'll have to go back to suse12:44
bruenigeamo, fresh install through alternate cd12:44
OuZoStoneNote: do you think this will work with out compiz? http://forum.go-compiz.org/viewtopic.php?t=35812:44
VoltageX-CGIsomething's wrong... /dev/hdb1 does not exist, there was no /dev/hdb1 when ubuntu was installed.12:44
VoltageX-CGIsomething's wrong... /dev/hdb1 does not exist, there was no /dev/hdb1 when ubuntu was installed.12:44
bruenighole, say hi to bill for me12:44
holebill?12:44
FlannelComrade_Sergei: where are you looking?12:44
VoltageX-CGIoops12:44
brueniggates12:44
Comrade_Sergeigates oyu n00b12:44
StoneNoteOuZo, I don't know.  I'm not using compiz.  You might want to talk to someone who knows more about that package12:45
holebill & suse?12:45
FlannelVoltageX-CGI: is not having a hdb1 a problem?12:45
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PriceChildbruenig, no need to reinstall...12:45
holewhat is the connection12:45
eamobruenig: will that delete current set-up?12:45
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FlannelOuZo: #ubuntu-effects for Compiz/etc support, thanks.12:45
Comrade_SergeiFlannel go to a terminal and type mdf2iso and see the stuff i get12:45
PriceChildeamo, have you not got internet access?12:45
StoneNoteflamesrock, thx12:45
StoneNoteFlannel, thx12:45
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FlannelComrade_Sergei: I don't have that program12:45
Jetfighterbruenig, any other thoughts?12:45
VoltageX-CGIFlannel: well, Ubuntu doesn't seem to boot properly.12:45
roger#tllts12:45
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Comrade_SergeiFlannel its in ubuntu you should have it, just try it12:45
FlannelVoltageX-CGI: alright, so, how are your drives/partitions/operating systems setup?12:45
Paddy_EIREhey Guys does anyone know how to get my windows/super key to work???12:45
bruenigJetfighter, probably user error, I haven't installed ies4linux since breezy or maybe dapper because I don't need it, but you just run a script and it goes12:46
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FlannelComrade_Sergei: no, I don't have it.  I don't have a GUI ubuntu.12:46
bruenigPaddy_EIRE, what do you want it to do12:46
JetfighterHow do I run it once it is installed?12:46
Paddy_EIREbruenig, be the super key?12:46
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Paddy_EIREbruenig, at the mo it does nothing12:46
VoltageX-CGIFlannel: /dev/hda1 as ext3, /dev/hda5 is swap.12:46
Comrade_SergeiFlannel they make a ver of ubuntu thats a pure CLI?12:46
Comrade_Sergeiwow12:46
bruenigPaddy_EIRE, it isn't defined as anything in ubuntu, my superkey acts as a modifier for keyboard commands, super + x is firefox super + a is rhythmbox and so forth and so on12:47
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jseisercan someone please tell me how one would install gdesklets from source on fiesty?12:47
FlannelComrade_Sergei: they do.12:47
Jetfighterbruenig, is there a command to run it?12:47
FlannelVoltageX-CGI: You only have one HD, right?12:47
VoltageX-CGIFlannel: yes.12:48
Paddy_EIREbruenig, ok well It says in beryl-settings that I can do the rotating windows switcher by holding the "Super" key and pressing tab12:48
bruenigJetfighter, I don't remember, it is meant to be very easy so I am sure it is very easy, I think it is in ~/bin12:48
bruenigPaddy_EIRE, #ubuntu-effects maybe12:48
FlannelVoltageX-CGI: alright, then you of course don't have hdb, let alone hdb1.  So, at what point of the boot does ubuntu give you that error?12:48
eamobruenig: will fresh install from alt delete /home files?12:48
Paddy_EIREbruenig, ok, I'll try that..thx12:49
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Flanneleamo: Is /home on it's own partition?12:49
JetfighterNo12:49
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JetfighterI don't think12:49
bruenigeamo, if it is on its own partition, then no12:49
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cuscocould be if you ahve set it to12:49
VoltageX-CGIFlannel: just after grub. It then halts, then after 30sec drops to busybox/initramfs12:49
bruenigeamo, assuming you tell it not to that is12:49
cuscouse df12:49
PriceChildeamo, wait you don't need to really re-install completely!12:49
cuscoto list them12:49
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eamoFlannel: no not own partition12:49
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PriceChildeamo, has the box got internet access?12:49
jseiseris their a feisty channel?12:50
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FlannelVoltageX-CGI: hmm.  Pastebin your menu.lst (/boot/grub/menu.lst)12:50
Flanneljseiser: #ubuntu+112:50
PriceChild!feisty > jseiser (#ubuntu+1)12:50
hendausback12:50
jseiserty12:50
cuscojseiser: ubuntu+112:50
Jetfighterbruenig, it is installed, but I get the error :(12:50
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eamoPriceChild: yes it has internet access12:50
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VoltageX-CGIFlannel: not possible really, can't copy/paste from Parallels12:50
dolmenseen fabbione12:50
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bruenigJetfighter, do you need ie, and for what?12:50
PriceChildeamo, Ok then lets fix it :) So just to make me totally clear... we're fixing a broken upgrade from dapper to edgy?12:50
JetfighterI need IE to install PlayUBT12:50
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bruenigubt?12:51
FlannelVoltageX-CGI: oh, this is in... hmm.  I've never had experience with parallels.12:51
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hendausbruenig,  i open vcd from devede and convert movie.DAT to movie.cue and movie.bin <-- why not .sio12:51
Jetfighterwww.playubt.com It's a online blackjack program12:51
hendausbruenig,  sorry .iso12:51
eamoPriceChild: yes fix for a half instal - 350 file of 120012:51
PriceChildJetfighter, have you ever considered using web based online poker? that doesn't need a separate client?12:51
FlannelJetfighter: you might try asking in #winehq, they know mre about wine12:51
bruenighendaus, oh I didn't know that would do bin and cue, just open up k3b and have it deal with them, it should be able to do it12:51
PriceChildeamo, could you pastebin the output of "cat /etc/apt/sources.list" please?12:51
JetfighterPriceChild, it's my favorite, and all my friends + family use that one12:52
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VoltageX-CGIFlannel: which lines in particular do you need? and is there an editor in busybox?12:52
Pie-raterhythmbox crashing a lot for anyone else?12:52
hendausbruenig,  open k3b and deal the .cue and .bin?12:52
JetfighterWait....Might I need the IE in the same folder?12:52
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bruenighendaus, opn up k3b and then navigate to the .cue .bin files and let it deal with them, it will burn them I have confidence at least that it will12:52
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cassiusf12:53
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funkygreendogssomeone help12:53
FlannelVoltageX-CGI: you can do it visually easy enough.  In the option you're selecting, what is the root?  and then, the the root argument after the kernel (root=)12:53
Whtigerwith?12:53
PriceChildfunkygreendogs, ask your question.12:53
funkygreendogsi accidently changed the permissions of my home folder12:53
JetfighterStill says it :(12:53
PriceChildfunkygreendogs, to what?12:53
Flannelfunkygreendogs: /home/? or /home/username?12:53
-JKnife:#ubuntu- HI everybody12:53
funkygreendogs/home/username12:53
crazytalesJKnife: wtf.12:54
funkygreendogschmod 777 !12:54
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Flannelfunkygreendogs: recursive? please say no12:54
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Whtigerchmod 007 ! (no, don't >.>)12:54
funkygreendogsi tried to change it back to 644 but it wont load12:54
hendausbruenig,  cdrecord dev=/dev/whatever nameofiso.iso u gave me this , so it should be: cdrecord dev=/dev/hdc movie.iso12:54
jribfunkygreendogs: what is the output12:54
VoltageX-CGIFlannel: there is no /boot/ directory :S12:54
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colbertWhat would be the command to make a archive (tar) of my home folder for backup ???12:54
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Comrade_SergeiFlannel what was that command to mount an ISO again?12:54
VoltageX-CGIFlannel: oh! root was set to /dev/hdb1... now I just need to fix the APCI and PCI errors that are slowing the boot by 30sec-1min12:54
jribfunkygreendogs: you probably want 755 btw12:54
Flannelfunkygreendogs: wont load?  Oh, you cna't login?  In te grub menu, switch to "rescue mode", then you'll get a root prompt, you can switch it back12:54
Rigahey12:55
Flannel!iso | Comrade_Sergei12:55
PriceChildcolbert, "tar -cvvf foo.tar foo/" is the basic layout12:55
ubotuComrade_Sergei: 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.12:55
Comrade_Sergeity12:55
sgentry6colbert tar cf backup /home/12:55
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FlannelVoltageX-CGI: awesome.  Since, I didn't really know where to go with the data once I got it ;)12:55
sgentry6colbert: use tar cjf backup.tar.bz2 /home/ to get better compression12:55
funkygreendogsjrib: i tried 644 and it wont read a certain file, then with 777 it works again i just want to change it back now because i cant execute some files12:55
jribfunkygreendogs: 75512:55
eamoPriceChild: what is url to send data?12:55
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PriceChild!paste | eamo12:56
Rigaok12:56
ubotueamo: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)12:56
Phantaseefriends! Romans! Countrymen!12:56
funkygreendogsjrib: sorry didnt see your first answer12:56
funkygreendogsthanks12:56
iameduhi, i need some help to set up my wireless card on my laptop12:56
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Flannelfunkygreendogs: 755 is correct, and the "recovery mode" from grub is the way you can get a shell to chmod it12:56
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Phantaseehowdy12:56
colbertsgentry6: Ok, and if I do like "tar -cjf ~/Desktop/backup.tar.bz2 /home/" that will place it on my desktop rite ??12:56
StoneNotecolbert, you can use a package like sbackup to automate your backups http://www.ubuntugeek.com/backup-and-restore-your-ubuntu-system-using-sbackup.html12:56
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Flannel!backup | colbert12:56
sgentry6colbert: that is correct12:56
ubotucolbert: There are many ways to back your system up. Here's a few: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BackupYourSystem , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DuplicityBackupHowto , https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HomeUserBackup , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MondoMindi - See also !sbackup and !cloning12:56
funkygreendogscheers mate12:56
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colbertWow thanks for the help dudes!! :)12:57
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hendausbruenig,  ok i open k3b and where is the option to make deal for .cue and .bin?12:57
iameduanyone knows how to setup a broadcom 4318 card on edgy?12:57
Jetfighter!hyperion12:57
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about hyperion - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:57
eamoPriceChild: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10107/12:58
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VoltageX-CGIFlannel: now I need help to get rid of the pci and acpi errors12:58
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qatsiiamedu: the only way is using ndiswrapper, i have that card and its a pain in the #####12:58
GaiaX11iamedu: is it wireless?12:58
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shatratiamedu, I had to use ndiswrapper to get mine to work, it's been months though.  I know I followed a guide on the ubuntuforums.org12:58
PriceChild!broadcom | iamedu12:58
ubotuiamedu: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs12:58
jseiseranyone know what repository gdesklets is in?12:58
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jrib!info gdesklets | jseiser12:59
GaiaX11iamedu: So follow qatsi12:59
PhantaseeI get a strange error when i try to load the live disc12:59
ubotujseiser: gdesklets: Architecture for desktop applets. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.35.3-4ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 466 kB, installed size 2452 kB12:59
StoneNote!gdesklets12:59
ubotugDesklets provides an advanced architecture for desktop applets -- tiny displays sitting on your desktop in a symbiotic relationship of eye candy and usefulness. Homepage is http://gdesklets.gnomedesktop.org/12:59
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qatsihow do i set up a local network so my ubuntu laptop so i can browse it through my ubuntu desktop ?12:59
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JetfighterWhoever told me to me go #winehq (Flannel) you sent me to a bad place. >.>12:59
Phantaseei get some sort of boot i/o error, and then it points out a logical block or something12:59
iameduqatsi!! and how did you do it?12:59
imacoolkidI want to switch to ubuntu but how do I burn an ISO on windows vista?01:00
Phantaseeit does this for a few blocks01:00
iamedui ran a script i found at ubuntuforums01:00
iamedubut it doesn't work01:00
Victor```imacoolkid: download infra recorder01:00
Phantaseeand then it says timeout waiting for dma or something01:00
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[|santo|] anyone_ is there an apt equivalent to rpm -V to verify core packages haven't been 'sploited?01:00
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Phantaseewhat ought i do?01:00
iamedumy "network light" isn't on, and I can see the card01:00
Flannelqatsi: NFS, samba, umm...01:00
iameduthe script uses ndiswrapper01:00
PriceChildimacoolkid, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BurningIsoHowto01:00
qatsiiamedu: ok, youll have to follow a guide step by step, but you have to install ndiswrapper, apply your windows driver to the ndiswrapper, reboot and it works. let me find a nice guide for you01:01
qatsiFlannel: NFS01:01
PhantaseeOh!01:01
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iameduthanks!01:01
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Flannel!nfs | qatsi01:01
ubotuqatsi: nfs is the network file system. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpNFSHowTo for information on installing and configuring NFS.01:01
[|santo|] or dpkg equiv - i haven't been able to see anything in the docs01:01
iameduby the way i didn't find any .inf driver on my windows01:01
qatsiFlannel: thank you :)01:01
NickGarveyis there a way to enable mp3 support and other media type things without an internet connection?01:01
mag_could you tell how can I change the subtitles on totem reproductor please ?01:01
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NickGarveyI plan to install ubuntu at a place I volunteer, but there is no internet connection01:01
eamoPriceChild: did you get bin ref  thanks - http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10107/01:02
Victor```NickGarvey: download the .deb packages and install them01:02
PriceChildSorry eamo i was attending to somewhere else, just checking :)01:02
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qatsiiamedu: wait a second :P01:02
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FlannelNickGarvey: sure, there's a few methods of implementing a glorified sneakernet01:02
iameduyes, thank you so much!01:03
FlannelNickGarvey: they all entail basically making a repository on a CD01:03
PriceChildeamo, Could you sudo apt-get update and pastebin the output again?01:03
NickGarveyFlannel, is there an article you know of that I might be able to refer too?01:03
FlannelNickGarvey: There are a bunch of scripts to automate the process, uh, debmirror, aptonCD, I know there are others01:03
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sgentry6in general, when I select the right driver using ndiswrapper the light on the device should spring to life correct?01:03
eamoPriceChild: ok take 3 mins01:03
FlannelNickGarvey: I've gotta run at the moment.  You might try asking in #ubuntu-offtopic, we have had this converstaion about three times in the past week ;)01:04
Victor```there is a way to recursively fetch the .debs01:04
qatsiiamedu: Ok, here it is. This worked for me. Try reading the entire guide. Guide: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=19710201:04
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NickGarveyFlannel, thanks a lot01:04
Victor```NickGarvey: man apt-get01:04
Victor```look for something about recursive fetch01:04
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MoordrikAnyone know how involved it would be to create a keymap for a Zboard Merc keyboard?01:04
iameduops! that's the one im using and still doesn't work... but... I'll keep trying01:04
NickGarveyvmware here I go!01:05
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qatsiiamedu: do you want me to help you a bit?01:05
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sgentry6ls01:05
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sgentry6sorry, I need a kvm something badly :)01:05
iameduqatsi: i would like that.. he01:06
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qatsiiamedu: ok, first, we need to make sure you have ndiswrapper working. So please do sudo apt-get install ndiswrapper01:06
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eamoPriceChild: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10108/01:07
qatsiiamedu: (actually that will only check if its installed)01:07
hendausback01:07
iameduok wait a little.. I'm on another machine01:07
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hendausbruenig,  are u there?01:07
PriceChildeamo, Ok that will be fine, now "sudo apt-get upgrade" and just tell me if you have any problems :)01:07
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Permandsomeone who know if it is possible to show me witch plugins i have installed?01:08
Permandin firefox01:08
PriceChildPermand, tools > add-ons01:08
eamoPriceChild: ok ..ended Reading package lists...Done01:08
PriceChildeamo, nothing else?01:08
qatsiiamedu: please join channel #qatsi, ubuntu is tooooo active.01:08
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eamoPriceChild: list of hit http01:09
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xanderhey, what bootloader does ubuntu use?01:09
PriceChildeamo, is it upgrading? have you got the prompt back?01:09
PriceChildxander, grub01:09
xandercool, thanks!01:10
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[|santo|] so, i can't find the answer in the docs for apt or dpkg (and i suspect that no answer in the channel means that no one knows of a way) but does anyone know assertively that there is no 'trusted version' scan and I can stop looking?01:10
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DM|Anyone know of an app that will just place a picture on my desktop , and nothing else01:11
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jvaihey ppl.. *grabs pen & paper*01:11
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DM|or a slidshow, none of the "desklet" apps work worth a hoot01:12
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Jetfighter!ask | jvai01:12
ubotujvai: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)01:12
jvaismh. i wasnt asking a question01:12
eamoPriceChild: got promt back - it is not upgrading01:12
PriceChildeamo, could you pastebin it all to let me see what it did?01:12
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PriceChildeamo, sorry this is slow :)01:13
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tomas__how do i use my logitech cam in my ubuntu01:13
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eamoPriceChild: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10111/01:14
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jrib!webcam | tomas__01:15
ubotutomas__: Instructions for using webcams with Ubuntu can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Webcam - Supported cams: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsMultimediaWebCameras01:15
eamoPriceChild: no prob about delay - thanks for help01:15
PriceChildeamo, no that was another "update", I said "sudo apt-get upgrade" this tims :)01:15
bruenighendaus, open k3b, and then in the navigator in k3b go to the .bin or .cue and click on it01:15
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eamoPriceChild: Got that01:15
PriceChildeamo, lemme know what that does :)01:15
[|santo|] appologies for asking the same question again, but still no answer: is there a 'trusted version' comparison for apt or dpkg?01:15
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bruenig[|santo|] , apt uses dpkg01:16
bruenig!apt01:16
ubotuAPT is the Advanced Package Tool, which together with dpkg forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit. Short apt-get manual: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AptGetHowto - Also see !Synaptic (Gnome) or !Adept (KDE)01:16
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cafuego_[|santo|] : I don't understand the question, can you elaborate?01:16
bruenigit is not one or the other, it is both together working in tandem01:16
barr1hi01:17
bruenig!hi | barr101:17
ubotubarr1: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!01:17
cafuego_[|santo|] : Checking whether files still match what the package installed?01:17
barr1thx01:17
K3nto!wow01:17
ubotuInformation about games on Ubuntu can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Games and http://www.icculus.org/lgfaq/gamelist.php and ubuntugames.org01:17
[|santo|] i'm taking jabs from a RH junky...says that rpm -V does a full scan01:17
[|santo|] cafuego_ xactly01:17
barr1can someone helpme pls? i am totally linux newbie ;)01:17
PriceChildbarr1, ask and see :)01:18
bruenig!anyone | barr101:18
ubotubarr1: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?01:18
barr1k :)01:18
cafuego_[|santo|] : rpm -V is useless; ALL redhat/fedora boxes I;'ve ever replaced with Debian due to hacking had their 'rpm' patched to indicate all files were fine.01:18
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cafuego_that said01:18
[|santo|] cafuego_ true - but you can download a trusted source to compare01:19
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hendausbruenig,  ok then01:19
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eamoPriceChild: need to reboot - will be back with result soon!01:19
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[|santo|] if i knew of a way to do that with apt or dpkg it would be helpful01:19
cafuego_[|santo|] : No, the binary itself would be hacked, so it would ALWAYS return "ok".01:19
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hendausbruenig,  but vcd cannot work with .bin and .cue01:19
barr1when i trie to acces for example www.google.de it will take up to 30 sec. before the site is loaded... but if i try it with the ip adress it works fine. dns server are my router ip and and external ip01:20
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bruenighendaus, I have tired, I think that k3b can burn .bin and .cue. That is all I have to say.01:20
jrib!ipv6 | barr101:20
ubotubarr1: To disable ipv6 read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WebBrowsingSlowIPv6IPv401:20
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luke_Hi everyone. I installed ubuntu yesterday, now I just can't install my microphone to record my voice. I used my webcam's built-in microphone for skype, but it does not work with recording programs such as KRec. Could anyone please qry me and help me with this?01:20
ThinkingManSo I just installed ubuntu on my new laptop, which has a 15.4" widescreen, on my previous laptop with a widescreen it autodetected the display and set it as 1280 x 768, however on this one my only option is 1024 x 768, how do I go about fixing this?01:20
jimdcafuego: I've found that many of the RH/rpm-based hacked/rooted systems did NOT have patched rpm/database files and were readily detected with rpm -Va01:20
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barr1ahh ok thx01:21
hendausbruenig,  i open k3b with new project video cd or not?01:21
bruenighendaus, you can just click on the file, k3b will figure out what to do I am pretty sure01:21
Monkey_PuzzleHello! Anyone know how to go back to the open source radeon driver from the fglrx one?01:21
jimdcafuego --- however, I would still recommand booting off a live CD and running a copy of rpm -Vp ... therefrom01:21
cafuego_[|santo|] : You can always do a soneliens using md5sum and /var/lib/dpkg/info/<package>.md5sums01:21
cafuego_oneliner01:21
cafuego_if you need anymore more, tripwire is the way to do.01:22
ReK_can anyone recommend a good minipci wireless card that has reliable linux drivers?01:22
hendausbruenig,  it says it works with mpeg01:22
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ReK_my atheros one doesnt work with madwifi, i need to replace it01:22
bruenighendaus, go to #ubuntu-es01:22
tienbkitheello01:22
Whtigerhalo.01:22
IndyGunFreak!ubuntu-es01:22
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ubuntu-es - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:22
tienbkitare you here ??01:22
barr1next question .. :) i tried to install ati video driver but it fails several times.. (ubuntu6.10, ati x1800xt) is this videocard supportet?!01:23
kitche!es01:23
ubotuSi busca ayuda en Espaol por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, all obtendr mas ayuda.01:23
hendausbruenig,  lol i am understanding u, coz i am female i can learn everything01:23
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bruenighendaus, see I don't think you are and seeing as I am the one saying it therefore I know what I mean and am able to see your response which doesn't seem to get what I originally said...01:23
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bruenig!cue01:23
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about cue - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:23
[|santo|] cafuego_ soneliens?01:23
niceguyscottcould someone help me with an ati driver install?01:24
eamoPriceChild: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10113/ same old catch 2201:24
bruenighendaus, here follow this http://www.tuxmachines.org/node/1394901:24
tienbkiti have problem ,pl hepl me01:24
bruenighendaus, or I mean this http://techbycolin.com/?p=13001:24
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hendausbruenig, the only thing i want it now is to make a vcd movie , from a moviefilm.DAT01:25
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sgentry6ls01:25
hendausbruenig,  i convert it to mpeg and then what can i do01:25
bruenighendaus, you said that devede converted that to bin and cue01:25
hendausbruenig,  yes01:25
ThinkingManI'll try to rephrase, how can I enable 1280 x 768 for my display01:25
tienbkitwhen i play mp3 , wmv file in Mplayer , this programe have error "set up plugins neccesry"01:25
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[|santo|] i see edgy's md5sums  for packages in Release file - but is there an already scripted comparison method?01:25
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bruenighendaus, ok then do this: sudo apt-get install bchunk01:25
luke_Hi everyone. I installed ubuntu yesterday, now I just can't install my microphone to record my voice. I used my webcam's built-in microphone for skype, but it does not work with recording programs such as KRec. Could anyone please qry me and help me with this?01:26
bruenighendaus, when that is installed do bchunk whatever.bin whatever.cue whatever.iso (change whatever of course)01:26
bruenighendaus, then you should have an iso and you can use k3b01:26
luke_(I have a standard analog mic, too)01:26
knovakIs there a way to set my internal clock through Ubuntu, because whenver I restart its rolling my time back an hour, not taking into account daylights savings01:26
StoneNote[|santo|] , there is filetraq &  systraq which use I think it's called debsums01:26
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knovakAlso, my time is not being synched with the servers I've selected through the time manager, because I'd think that after I restart, it would synch with the time servers, but its not01:27
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K3ntois there a way to check the integrity of a file on my hd. ie compare it with the cd version (to make sure they're identical?01:27
CheckkaIs synaptic package manager a front end for apt-get?01:27
kitcheknovak: which ubuntu are you on?01:27
hendausbruenig,  http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10114/01:27
tienbkitwhen i play mp3 , wmv file in Mplayer , this programe have error "set up plugins neccesry"01:27
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knovakEdgy01:27
kitche!mp3 | tienbkit01:27
tienbkitpl help me01:27
ubotutienbkit: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats01:27
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Permand!asp01:28
kitcheknovak: edgy is patched if you downloaded the patch for it01:28
ubotuasp: Discovers present ip-address of dynamically connected hosts. In component universe, is extra. Version 1.8-5 (edgy), package size 17 kB, installed size 100 kB01:28
bruenighendaus, I sense another hour session coming on, close adept or any other package manager you have open and rerun that command01:28
nf4is it common that the feisty upgrade brakes the  x sever config?01:28
netcrashHello, in ubuntu+Beryl the window title disapears when I enable beryl, what can be the problem ?01:28
tienbkitoh, thanks a lot01:28
tienbkiti will go it01:28
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knovakHow do I get that patch?01:28
eamoPriceChild: ru still on this dapper edgy upgrade problem?01:28
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cafuego_[|santo|] : Not that I know of, but I've never looked into it, so there mayw ell be.01:29
PriceChildhey back sorry eamo, just made some toast :)01:29
eamoPriceChild: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10113/01:29
joe4444should automount be enabled by default in ubuntu edgy?01:29
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bruenigjoe4444, automount of what?01:29
root_hola01:29
joe4444my ipod01:29
hendausbruenig,  ok bchunk installed01:29
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PriceChildeamo, yeah got it... so do you have that cd or not? Would it be easier to just download the updates perhaps?01:29
bruenighendaus, bchunk whatever.bin whatever.cue whatever.iso01:30
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joe4444all the guides i've found online say ubuntu should mount my ipod automatically, but it's not working01:30
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jaszhello all01:30
bruenig!hi | jasz01:30
ubotujasz: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!01:30
bruenig!ipod01:30
ubotuFor information on how to sync and add tracks to your iPod, see the guide at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IPodHowto See !rockbox for information on liberating your iPod01:30
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eamoPriceChild: Cd but it goes into loop - prefer to download updates but option closed01:30
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bruenigjoe4444, it should automount it I think just like any other usb device01:31
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jaszi have a problem with my Canon EOS XTi (400D) .. I used to be able to download my photos using GThumb (F-Spot would crash :( ) ... but as of today, I updated libgphoto2 (auto update) and now I can't download my photos from my camera.. any ideas?01:31
joe4444bruenig, well it isn't... how can i mount it manually?01:31
zacharyWould anyone know a command that will list every installed system package -in text format, so I can create a list of my current system for backups..01:31
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PriceChildeamo, Ok, "sudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list" and delete the top line with the cd on.01:32
bruenigjoe4444, don't know, have never manually mounted a usb device, they have always done it on their own01:32
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K3nto!md5deep01:32
ubotumd5deep: enhanced message digest calculator. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.12-0ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 107 kB, installed size 280 kB01:32
PriceChildeamo, the line with this on ---> deb cdrom:[Ubuntu 6.10 _Edgy Eft_ - Release i386 (20061025.1)] / edgy01:32
PriceChildmain restricted01:32
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jaszjoe4444, .. what kind of USB device is it?01:32
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chrismhampsonis it normal for my athlon xp processor to keep going between 4% and 100% load every couple of seconds even when there are no apps open?01:32
cafuego_[|santo|] : `debsums'01:32
joe4444bruenig, originally i installed xubuntu because my cd-rw couldn't burn the ubuntu iso for some reason... i "upgraded" with apt-get install ubuntu-desktop (if that makes a difference for automount)01:32
joe4444jasz, ipod01:32
knovakIs there a way to set my internal clock through Ubuntu, because whenver I restart its rolling my time back an hour, not taking into account daylights savings01:32
knovakAlso, my time is not being synched with the servers I've selected through the time manager, because I'd think that after I restart, it would synch with the time servers, but its not01:33
hendausbruenig,  ok it is working now01:33
bruenigjoe4444, xubuntu has automount, that is what I use.01:33
IndyGunFreak!dst01:33
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dst - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:33
bruenigjoe4444, automount is more at a system level than a ui level01:33
knovakmy timezone file seems to be fine (it has March 11th as the DST update), but when I restart im still being moved back an hour01:33
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bimberizachary: 'dpkg --get-selections'01:33
IndyGunFreakknovak: hmm, don't restart.. ;)  J/k  I don't know why it would do that, mine's been fine01:33
joe4444bruenig, what's the package name for the default automount?  i searched aptitude and found a number of results, so i don't know which one i should install01:33
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erstaziknovak: did you get the updates?01:33
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zacharybimberi, thanks01:34
eamoPriceChild: ok - will I try again to upgrade01:34
PriceChildeamo, no01:34
bruenigjoe4444, I doubt it is a package, it is probably integrated into ubuntu just like init or anything else01:34
PriceChildeamo, "sudo apt-get update" _then_ "sudo apt-get upgrade"01:34
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taonarigreetings01:34
PaulButlerhi01:34
bimberizachary: yw :).  Actually, have a look at 'dpkg -l | grep ^ii' as well01:34
zacharywill do01:35
knovakerstazi: yeah, whenever an update comes out I update my system01:35
CoffeeBurritoDoes ubuntu server use a non-standard implementation of mysql? I'm trying to recover my root password, but mysqld_safe doesn't have an "init-file" parameter01:35
joe4444bruenig, well assuming i have automount but it's just disabled (for whatever reason), shouldn't my ipod show up when i run "fdisk -l" ?01:35
knovakBut if its not in the update manager, I don't get it01:35
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bruenigjoe4444, I don't know, all I said is that it should mount, that is it01:35
eamoPriceChild: worked - has started getting upgrades from net - thanks01:36
bruenigI only know things that I have had to do myself, it has always automounted01:36
jaszjoe4444, .. try    mount -t vfat /dev/sda1 /media/ipod/01:36
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PriceChildeamo, one more thing...01:36
cafuego_CoffeeBurrito: Are you using mysql 5.x docs with mysql 4.1?01:36
PaulButleri have a dual core processor, but ubuntu only sees one... how can I get the best performance out of my dual core processor?01:36
bruenigjasz, it isn't going to be /dev/sda101:36
cafuego_PaulButler: install the -generic kernel on Edgy.01:36
PriceChildeamo, Afterwards... you will need to "sudo apt-get dist-ugprade" to do the last upgrades... DON'T reboot until you finish the dist-upgrade.01:36
jaszit may be sdb101:36
bimberiPaulButler: what version of Ubuntu?01:36
joe4444jasz, well i really doubt that will work considering there are no "sda" devices (according to fdisk)01:36
CoffeeBurritomysql --version says it's mysql 5.001:36
cafuego_or the -smp one on Dapper01:36
PaulButlerbimberi: 6.1001:36
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cafuego_CoffeeBurrito: Hmm.01:37
eamoPriceChild: got that - many thanks01:37
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Flannelcafuego_: dapper doesn't have -smp, Breezy is the last one that made the distinction01:37
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bimberiPaulButler: linux-generic (as per cafuego_)01:37
jaszmost usb block devices are /dev/dsXY01:37
[|santo|] cafuego_ hmmm...i see debsums refered to by reportbug - but don't see any pkg which provides debsums01:37
Zues_62does anyone know how to do cool tricks with gnome01:37
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Zues_62if so whisper me01:37
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[|santo|] cafuego_ debsums not already installed01:37
PriceChildeamo, you'll "probably" want to "sudo apt-get upgrade", "sudo apt-get dist-upgrade" a second time afterwards just to check things are finished :)01:37
cafuego_!info debsums01:37
ubotudebsums: Verify installed package files against MD5 checksums.. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.0.28 (edgy), package size 29 kB, installed size 160 kB01:37
khermans__how can i upgrade one package only?>01:37
jaszmy ipod (shuffle 1st gen) is mounted on /dev/sdb101:37
hendausbruenig,  i see it makes two iso files one is 602kb/s and the other 988kb/s :(01:37
PaulButlercafuego_, bimberi: ok, thanks01:37
jaszi have a problem with my Canon EOS XTi (400D) .. I used to be able to download my photos using GThumb (F-Spot would crash :( ) ... but as of today, I updated libgphoto2 (auto update) and now I can't download my photos from my camera.. any ideas?01:38
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joe4444jasz, how can i see a list of USB devices currently connected?  i thought the ipod would show up in "fdisk -l" because it's just a hard disk01:38
jaszjoe4444, "lsusb"01:38
bimberi!info linux-686-smp dapper01:38
bruenighendaus, it should only make one, and you gave me a rate, not a filesize, it is probably just converting01:38
ubotulinux-686-smp: Complete Linux kernel on PPro/Celeron/PII/PIII/PIV SMP.. In component restricted, is optional. Version 2.6.15.26 (dapper), package size 22 kB, installed size 52 kB01:38
cafuego_Well, that's how long I haven't used dapper ;-)01:38
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joe4444jasz, ok i see it there...01:38
joe4444Bus 004 Device 007: ID 05ac:1203 Apple Computer, Inc.01:39
hendausbruenig,  i type -> bchunk /home/hendaus/vcdmov/melh.bin /home/hendaus/vcdmov/melh.cue /home/hendaus/vcdmov/melh.iso01:39
cafuego_bimberi: I think it perhaps points at the same pkg as linux-686 does01:39
bruenighendaus, good01:39
eamoPriceChild: and I upgraded my server in the meantime - thanks01:39
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joe4444any idea how i can mount it now?01:39
hendausbruenig,  it shows twice .iso01:39
PriceChildeamo, good luck :)01:39
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bimbericafuego_: indeed it does.  Thanks.01:39
bruenighendaus, I don't believe you01:39
M-SaundersMikeW: What a team we are!01:39
jessie^^hi! fresh install of ubuntu edgy, installed libdvdread and libdvdcss and I still can't watch DVD's... can anyone help?01:39
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khermans__can you do: aptitude upgrade ubiquity01:40
sgentry6joe4444: try using sudo mount /dev/sda1 /media/ipod01:40
khermans__how can i update only one package!?!01:40
jaszwhen i tried to use my camera for the first time in Ubuntu, I had to follow the instructions here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=375010&highlight=xti     ...  but now this does not work.. any ideas?01:40
khermans__new ubiquity is damn broken01:40
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bruenigkhermans__, I usually just do sudo apt-get install package01:40
bruenigkhermans__, if it is upgradable, it will be01:40
joe4444sgentry6, like i said before sda1 does not exist... the only drives fdisk lists are my two internal hard disks01:40
jaszjoe4444, try the mount command as i typed it above01:41
jaszif its not sda101:41
daedalus_Is there a marillat(debian) equivalent for ubuntu? Repo for packages like mplayer and the like?01:41
jaszit may be sdb101:41
hendausbruenig,  i show u http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10115/01:41
khermans__bruenig, but only that package01:41
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bimberidaedalus_: mplayer is in Ubuntu's multiverse repository01:41
Flanneldaedalus_: mplayer is in multiverse01:41
Shinigami_GRhello !!01:41
cafuego_daedalus_: mplayer is just in ubuntu01:41
bruenigkhermans__, sudo apt-get install ubiquity01:41
joe4444jasz, there are no sdxy devices listed by "fdisk -l"01:41
sgentry6joe4444: sorry did not see that, if you didn't unmount it prior it very well might be sdb1  I have had that happen with my psp01:41
Shinigami_GRhas anyone upgrade fron Edgy to Feisty ?01:41
khermans__bruenig, hrmm that is just unintuitive01:42
joe4444can't mount sda1 or sdb1 (as expected)01:42
bruenighendaus, try burning them01:42
FlannelShinigami_GR: #ubuntu+1 for feisty support01:42
khermans__bruenig, thx though :-)01:42
bruenigkhermans__, sorry for my unintuitive solution01:42
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jaszjoe4444, fdisk -l will not show any usb devices that are not mounted01:42
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joe4444lsusb shows the ipod... so far that's the only command that has indicated the OS knows the ipod is connected01:42
JetfighterCan someone get to wget http://ds80-237-203-29.dedicated.hosteurope.de/wt/winetools-0.9jo-III.tar.gz01:42
hendausbruenig,  i open project video cd, and then click the .iso file it is small 602kb/s01:43
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PriceChildJetfighter, winetools is included in ubuntu?01:43
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zacharybimberi , If I want to dump the output of the package list to a text file, what would I use? I tried dpkg --get-selections | touch ~/list, but I ended up with an empty file.01:43
K3nto!md501:43
ubotuTo verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/VerifyIsoHowto or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows01:43
JetfighterIs it?01:43
bruenighendaus, it cannot be 602 kb/s, kb/s is a rate, your statement just doesn't make sense01:43
arfyhi all. ccurrently I have a vpn connection to the internet at my university. How can I get this connection working under linux? what tools/packages would people recommend?01:43
JetfighterCan I record desktop activity using a program?01:43
bruenighendaus, perhaps that is the burn speed01:43
bimberizachary: dpkg --get-selections > ~/list01:43
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netratzachary: dpkg --get-selections >~/list01:44
zacharybimberi thanks!01:44
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jaszjoe4444, :(01:44
bimberizachary:yw :)01:44
netratarfy: what type of vpn is it? cisco? pptp? openvpn?01:44
jaszat least my camera used to work... now it wont because i updated libphoto2 :(01:44
sgentry6joe4444: try ls -la /dev/*da*01:44
hendausbruenig,  i can open just open one .iso01:44
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arfynetrat: pptp01:45
[|santo|] cafuego_ thanks for pointing me in a new direction - i'll see if i can make that work01:45
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JetfighterCan I record desktop activity using a program? I tried Istanbul, bugs killed it :(01:45
bruenighendaus, there is nothing more frustrating seriously01:45
bruenighendaus, pick one and burn it, see if it works, use k3b01:45
bruenigjust do it01:45
netratarfy: you'll have to install pptp-linux01:45
bruenigI don't understand what more can be said except to paste what I said in #ubuntu-es and see if they can translate01:45
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sgentry6joe4444: then try mounting the last sda device that shows up (my ipod was listed as sda2 after I had mounted and unmounted my psp a couple of times)01:46
netratarfy: just open up the package manager and search for pptp01:46
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m1reve01:46
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khermans__bruenig, i just mean that im surprised there is no intuitive option for apt -- i would intuit that 'install' means install and upgrade means upgrade :-)01:46
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joe4444another guide i read suggests using "dmesg" to find the ipod if the system does not mount it automatically... however, the output i get does not point to any /dev/ like the guide says it shoud....01:46
joe4444http://dpaste.com/6751/01:46
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hendausbruenig,  the dialog burn open i hit start and doesnot read anything01:46
cafuego_[|santo|] : It cna run with a different admindir, so you can point it at a souce of known-good md5sum files.01:46
cartesian1984!nvidia01:46
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto01:46
mike930can anyone give me any insight on why my kernel is crashing when i run "auto ra0" in my network config on startup?01:46
bruenigkhermans__, there probably is another way to do it, I was just saying that is how I do it01:46
arfynetrat: thx01:46
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cartesian1984(see, I was hoping I could do that and same someone the trouble of me asking)01:47
cartesian1984Oh, wait. Lag. I got the message :_01:47
joe4444sgentry6, the only sda device is /dev/sda ...when i try "sudo mount /dev/sda /media/ipod" is says "/dev/sda is not a valid block device"01:47
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netratjoe4444: try sudo mount /dev/sda1 /media/ipod01:47
joe4444already tried that01:47
joe4444sda1 does not exist01:48
joe4444nor does sdb101:48
bruenigjoe4444, I doubt it is going to be called sda anything01:48
brueniglet me see what it calls my usb01:48
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mike930anyone have any experience with wireless pci cards?01:48
m1r<<<not good exp01:48
netratbruenig: my usb devices are sd* devices, but i don't know about an ipod01:49
m1rusb siemens 5401:49
bruenigjoe4444, my usb device is called /dev/sdf101:49
joe4444bruenig, according to what?01:49
bruenigjoe4444, according to fdisk01:49
kitcheit all depends if you have SATA drives and what not what your usb is named01:49
netratjoe4444: ls /dev/sd*01:49
bruenigjoe4444, so try replacing it those commands with that01:49
mike930nobody know's anything about wireless cards?01:49
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m1rhow to set program to run on system startup ???01:50
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joe4444the only "sd" device is /dev/sda01:50
bruenigm1r, put it in system>preferences>sessions startup tab01:50
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joe4444brw-rw---- 1 root plugdev 8, 0 2007-03-12 20:38 /dev/sda01:50
bruenigjoe4444, there must be at least sda1 as that would be your partition01:50
bruenigjoe4444, do ls /dev | grep sd01:51
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jvaihey when i had probs with usb disk mounts i found this to work *sudo rmmod ehci-hcd* & WALA! works.. but u have to do that on every reboot once01:51
netratjoe4444: does fdisk /dev/sda work?01:51
joe4444bruenig, did you look at my pastebin output from "dmesg" ?01:51
xenexhow do i make sure my video card's 3d support is working from the drivers?01:51
joe4444netrat, no01:51
bruenigno01:51
joe4444http://dpaste.com/6751/01:51
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xamoxI am trying to add user 'xamox' to group 'www-data' but doesn't seem to be taking. I did 'sudo useradd xamox www-data' and said it is a member of that group. Gave write perms to the www-data group on a folder that is owned by www-data but still can't move stuff as normal user, what do I need to do?01:51
tienbkitsorry01:52
joe4444bruenig, nothing useful from that... ptysd, sda, and ttysd are the only devices with "sd" in their names01:52
bruenigjoe4444, ok just a stab01:52
tienbkiti have a problem when compile packges01:52
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tienbkitchecking for C compiler default output file name... configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables01:52
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tienbkitSee `config.log' for more details.01:52
netratxamox: you need to use usermod01:52
joe4444lsusb => Bus 004 Device 008: ID 05ac:1203 Apple Computer, Inc.01:52
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tienbkit"checking for C compiler default output file name... configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables01:53
tienbkitSee `config.log' for more details."01:53
mike930what's the command to check what modules are running?01:53
netratmike930: lsmod01:53
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mike930thanks01:53
bruenigtienbkit, have you installed build-essential01:53
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xenexhow do i make sure my video card's 3d support is working from the drivers?01:54
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PriceChildxenex, glxinfo | grep render01:55
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stn_7hey01:55
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stn_7i have a quick quesiton01:55
K3ntoanybody here used WoW with wine? mine is giving me laggy mouse movement01:55
stn_7how do i byupass the lock on the terminal01:55
stn_7if it wont start01:55
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wildfire__Can I record desktop activity using a program? I tried Istanbul, bugs killed it :(01:56
i3dwhat's the command that I can list all supported resolutions?01:56
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bad_cableshi01:56
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xenexPriceChild, http://www.privatepaste.com/200ajHiMfT -- does that mean its working properly?01:56
JWHello01:56
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mike930how do I automate my wireless connection on startup with out using network/interfaces?01:56
crdlbi3d, xrandr ?01:56
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PriceChildxenex, it says "Yes" :)01:56
KcowolfAnyone know if the vnc4server in the Dapper or Edgy repositiories got fixed?01:56
crdlbi3d, that lists all available resolutions01:56
xenexPriceChild, thanks for clarifying :P01:57
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i3dcrdlb: ah ok, yes. Thanks!!01:57
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Kcowolfsince the major security vulnerability, that is01:57
Checkkawhere's the correct place to put installation of programs like realplayer for a specific user?01:57
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wildfire1Meh?01:58
JW_610Hello, I am trying to mount my secondary NTFS hardrive by placing this into my /etc/fstab "/dev/hdb1 /media/windows vfat iocharset=utf8,umask=000 0 0" but when I reboot nothing shows up under /media/windows, can someone help me figure this out please?01:58
jessie^^hi! fresh install of ubuntu edgy, installed libdvdread and libdvdcss and I still can't watch DVD's... can anyone help?01:58
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netratCheckka: i'd put it in ~/bin01:58
NitroMy scrool is behaving oddly. Using it is slow and makes ubuntu lag01:58
NitroNot using the scrollbar tho. Why?01:58
netratjessie^^: are you using VLC?01:58
jessie^^netrat: tried vlc01:58
JetfighterCan I record desktop activity using a program? I tried Istanbul, bugs killed it :(01:58
Checkkathanks netrat01:59
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jessie^^netrat: part of the problem is it looks like my manufacturer never set the region on the dvd drive. i did that and I no longer get "error cracking CSS key" but it still bards01:59
jessie^^netrat: er, barf01:59
Milk_is it possible to set beep media player as the default media player?01:59
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jessie^^netrat: i can pastebin the stdout of vlc if you like01:59
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netratjessie^^: okay http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/02:00
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inflexwhere does Ubuntu 6.10 keep it's module settings for the bttv module?02:00
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jessie^^netrat: http://pastebin.ca/39272902:00
aorthr33can somene help me with a sudo problem?02:00
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jessie^^netrat: was one step ahead of you02:00
netratjessie^^: haha okay02:00
rogue780!feisty02:00
ubotuThe next version of Ubuntu (7.04; codenamed "Feisty Fawn"), it should be released in April 2007. At the moment it is alpha. Schedule: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FeistyReleaseSchedule - Specifications (goals): https://features.launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/feisty - Help and support in #ubuntu+1 (NOT #ubuntu)02:00
JetfighterCan I record desktop activity using a program? I tried Istanbul, bugs killed it :(02:01
JW_610After adding my secondary NTFS HD to my FSTAB what do I type into refresh my mounted HDs?02:01
Milk_Jetfighter, you could try Wink02:01
Milk_Jetfighter, or are you looking for just keylogging and such?02:01
preactionJW_610: sudo mount -a02:01
ThinkingManOK, I've done some digging, my machine has the intel 950 chipset and according to xorg.conf it's using the intel 810 driver, under the subsection for screen it lists 1280 x 800 as a mode, however when I try to change it from the screen resolution control panel I still only see 1024x768 as my option02:01
JetfighterNo, I like making movies of an MMORPG02:01
preactionJW_610: this is assuming you put your hard drive as auto in your fstab02:01
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Milk_Jetfighter, aaahhh, that I'm not sure of02:02
preactionThinkingMan: is 1280x800 available in your Xorg.conf?02:02
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JW_610preaction, Thank you! :)02:02
JetfighterDoes it record what goes on on your screen?02:02
ThinkingManpreaction: I can see it in my xorg.conf02:02
zacharyAnyone here have an Thinkpad with the fingerprint reader? I'm going through the steps to get it to work (continuing from last night) but the URL http://www.linux.org.mt/node/82#AEN53 is down.02:02
Milk_Jetfighter, not in a smooth way02:02
preactionThinkingMan: afterward did you restart Xorg? sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart02:02
jessie^^ThinkingMan: you need the widescreen resolution02:02
NitroMy scrool is behaving oddly. Using it is slow and makes ubuntu lag02:02
Nitro*scroll02:02
jessie^^ThinkingMan: one moment while I get the name of the package.02:02
xamoxI am using 'sudo usermod -Gwww-data xamox' to add the user xamox to group www-data but when I do a 'groups www-data' it is only returning 'www-data' and not xamox a member of that group. If I do 'groups xamox' it doesn't list www-data as a group.02:03
preactionjessie^^: 915resolution02:03
JetfighterMilk_,  what do you mean buy that?02:03
ThinkingManpreaction: yep, tried restarting xorg and the entire machine02:03
jessie^^preaction: that's it02:03
preactionThinkingMan: sudo apt-get install 915resolution02:03
jessie^^ThinkingMan: sudo apt-get install 915resolution02:03
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jaszdamn02:03
ThinkingManO, so I doo ned 915resolution02:03
preactionThinkingMan: worth a shot02:03
ThinkingManhrm...02:03
jessie^^ThinkingMan: yes. 915resolution is the package that provides 1280x800. :)02:03
ThinkingMankeyboard on the new lappy is going to take some getting used to02:03
mijinkGreetings!02:03
preaction!info 915resolution02:03
ubotu915resolution: resolution modification tool for Intel graphic chipset. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.5.2-4ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 14 kB, installed size 128 kB (Only available for i386 amd64 kfreebsd-i386 kfreebsd-amd64)02:03
netratjessie^^: sorry but i'm not going to be able to help you. i'd just make sure you have all the latest libs required for vlc. other than that i'm at a loss02:04
cimentahi, loading pages in firefox takes ages. if I add manually dns (other than adsl modem) servers it seems to me that it's faster.02:04
jaszi had to re-make from scratch the /etc/udev/rules.d/45-libgphoto2.rules to make my camera work again :@02:04
Milk_Jetfighter, it doesn't record movies, it takes screenshots at intervals or at input02:04
JetfighterWell, do you know any that are fine?02:04
KcowolfAnyone know if the vnc4server in the Dapper or Edgy repositiories got fixed since the major security vulnerability?02:04
jaszcimenta, .. is that a question or you just wanted to point that out?02:04
Milk_Jetfighter, no, sorry02:04
JetfighterCan...I wonder...02:04
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jessie^^netrat: in xine it will play the copyright warning but then i get 'source cant be read02:05
cimentajasz: question if somebody could help me out. in windows it's ok.02:05
jaszcimenta, .. what is the question02:05
jasz?02:05
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zacharycimenta, did you try disabling IPV6?02:05
ThinkingManpreaction, jessie^^ : E: Couldn't find package 915resolution02:05
cimentajasz: what should I do to make it faster02:05
jessie^^ThinkingMan: did you add your other repositories?02:06
cimentazachary:  no, I didn't. where can I do this?02:06
preactionThinkingMan: you have to enable "universe" repository, and update02:06
K3ntomy bro bought BC on 4 cds. if i copied the contents of each to a folder, and burnt the folder to a dvd would that work?02:06
jessie^^ThinkingMan: do what preaction says :)02:06
zacharyhold on, let me get the info for ya...02:06
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snowpunk98Is there a feisty channel02:06
Permanda solution so that I can watch asp-files??02:06
ThinkingManjessie^^: no, this is only my second go-round with ubuntu installs, still new02:06
PriceChildsnowpunk98, #ubuntu+102:06
LazyAngelhi! i discovered something strange right now.... i did ssh localhost, and i noticed an icon in the corner that said the password was cached for 300 minuts (think it was seahorse). i have never asked for that. is it a new version? or should i be concerned?02:06
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cimentaThinkingMan: use Synaptic to install it. I did it this way02:06
jaszcimenta, how are you connected to the internet? modem? dsl? cable modem?02:07
rogue780does anyone know if beryl is going to be implemented in feisty? I can't find it on the features list, but I heard that it was going to be in the release.02:07
ThinkingManpreaction: so a quick how-to-enable-univers comment would go something like....?02:07
preactionThinkingMan: in synaptic, go to Settings > Repositories, and look for "universe"02:07
LazyAngelanyone else wanna do ssh localhost who have seahorse installed and check if the same thing happens?02:07
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cimentajasz: wireless adsl modem02:07
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zacharycimenta, http://www.ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-6841.html should help :)02:07
preactionThinkingMan: then you'll probaby want to hit the "Reload" button after you close that dialog02:07
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ThinkingManpreaction, gotcha here we go02:08
preactionrogue780: i believe it's going to be compiz, and i think it got deferred02:08
zacharycimenta, are you sure it's not your connection?02:08
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S3RIOUScimenta: you are sure that this type of connection is correct?02:08
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cimentazachary: not 100% but it seems to be much better in windows. it's like "looking up" takes ages02:09
ThinkingManpreaction: ahhh here we go, installing now02:09
JetfighterHmmm02:09
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S3RIOUSi never see in my life a wireless adsl moden O.o02:09
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zacharycimenta, disabling the IPV6 with that article should help nicely02:09
preactionrogue780: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/composite-by-default02:09
cimentaS3RIOUS: yes ;-) adsl modem but the notebook is connected to the adsl modem via wireless02:09
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S3RIOUScimenta: you dont said that you are connected by a notebook ^02:10
cimentazachary: thank you, I'll read it02:10
ThinkingManpreaction: OK, installed 915resolution, however still don't see anything but 1024x768 in my resolution list02:10
S3RIOUS^^02:10
JetfighterHeh...Shit...02:10
JetfighterShoot*02:10
preactionThinkingMan: you restarted X after that?02:10
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netratThinkingMan: restart X02:10
ThinkingManno02:10
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pettyboneanyone help me, i seem to be worthless when it comes to understanding ubuntu02:10
tritiumJetfighter: language, please02:10
ThinkingManok here we go, back in a bit02:11
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GigaClonpettybone, whats seems to be the matter02:11
JetfighterBabysitting?02:11
tagDST support seems to be broken in my time zone02:11
preaction!anyone | pettybone02:11
ubotupettybone: 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?02:11
mijinkQuestion: I need to alter my partitions because I am running out of space... how can I login as root to do this? I've installed QTPart.02:11
preactionmijink: gksu qparted02:12
IndyGunFreaksudo QTpart?02:12
mijinkThanks02:12
mijinkLet me try that02:12
cimentaThinkingMan: read whole article about fixing resolution. install the script that overwrite the default resolution everytime you boot up your system. it works nicely that way for me02:12
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S3RIOUSonly for ask02:12
IndyGunFreakpreaction: why gksu?... little dangerous02:12
Jetfighter!recorder02:12
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about recorder - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:12
preactionIndyGunFreak: because running GUI apps using "sudo" is bad02:12
S3RIOUSnormally depends of the monitor02:12
preactionso i've been told by this place more than once02:13
pettybonei am trying to setup my wifi on my laptop and the wording of wpa settings on my router don't match up with kwlan.02:13
IndyGunFreakpreaction: ok... well some would argue using gksudo is bad...lol, guess its a matter of opinion.02:13
PriceChildIndyGunFreak, http://psychocats.net/ubuntu/graphicalsudo02:13
mijinkHmmm, sudo QTParted returns a "command not known".02:13
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Kcowolfanyone here using vnc4server?02:14
crdlbmijink, lowercase iirc02:14
netratmijink: is it qtparted? linux commands are case sensitive02:14
IndyGunFreakPriceChild: thanks..02:14
JetfighterHow do I uninstall a program?02:14
mijinkApp name is QTParted, in the Applications/System Tools folder02:14
PriceChildJetfighter, sudo apt-get remove foo02:14
netratJetfighter: sudo aptitude remove program-name02:14
PriceChildJetfighter, replace foo with the name of the program, or a list02:14
Jetfighterok02:14
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preactionmijink: why don't you run it from there then?02:15
mijinkBecause it will not show any of my drives because I am not logged in as root.02:16
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ThinkingManWell, the x restart didn't go so well, but after a hard reboot I've finally got 1280 x 1024, thanks fellas02:16
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JetfighterI dunno name ofi t, should I use the installer or someting?02:16
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preactionmijink: so you're saying it doesn't pop up a dialog to enter a password?02:16
mijinkPerhaps you could suggest a better partition mangers?02:16
netratThinkingMan: good to hear02:16
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mijinkpreaction: no it does not02:16
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preactionmijink: that's strange, the installer should've installed a "gksu" link in the menu...02:17
cimentazachary: is it possible that I could have IPv6 connectivity?? how can I find? I do believe that your url is going to help me :-) thank you02:17
ThinkingManone more quick question, on my previous install I was dual booting XP and ubuntu, now I'm booting Vista and Ubuntu, before I found a driver for windows to read ext2 partitions, but apparently that won't work in vista02:17
preactionmijink: type "which qtparted" in a terminal, and paste the output here02:17
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preaction!info qtparted02:17
ubotuqtparted: A parted frontend using QT. In component main, is optional. Version 0.4.5-2ubuntu11 (edgy), package size 202 kB, installed size 716 kB02:17
mijinkpreaction: /usr/sbin/qtparted02:18
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preactionmijink: notice how it's all lower-case?02:18
ThinkingManSo ideas on a filesystem to share data between ubuntu/vista?02:18
Spinnakerpls, i'm very newbie with ubuntu, tell me what to do! joni@joni-tietokone:~$ xmoto02:18
SpinnakerXlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0.0".02:18
SpinnakerXlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0.0".02:18
SpinnakerXlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0.0".02:18
SpinnakerXlib:  extension "GLX" missing on display ":0.0".02:18
preactionmijink: now you want: gksu qtparted02:18
mijinkOopsie... I see what I've done now.02:18
cimentaThinkingMan: I use FAT32 for sharing between win and linux02:18
Spinnakerpls i would appreciate it02:18
mijinkpreaction: I got it going now, thanks dude02:18
zachary_cimenta: chances are you don't. IPV6 hasn't really been adopted yet. Are you in the US?02:18
PriceChildSpinnaker, what graphics card do you have?02:18
preactionSpinnaker: don't paste like that please?02:18
netratThinkingMan: just use samba02:18
Spinnakersorry02:18
preactionThinkingMan: what netrat said, samba is nice02:18
cimentazachary_: AU02:18
Spinnakernvidia 660002:18
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PriceChild!nvidia | Spinnaker02:19
ubotuSpinnaker: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto02:19
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cimentanetrat:  I think he can't use samba.02:19
ThinkingMannetrat, preaction: I'm talking about different partitions on the same machine, not over a network, I didn't know samba could do that?02:19
zachary_cimenta: wait a sec :)02:19
PriceChildThinkingMan, fat3202:19
KcowolfI got a "RealVNC Security Vulnerability" warning from my college campus after I was running vnc4server, so I'm looking for a way to resolve it, and it seemed from the forums like vnc4server on Edgy was broken or something.  Anyone know about that?02:19
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cimentaPriceChild:  I said so :-)02:20
cerealkiller219is there a way for ubuntu to read NTFS drives02:20
mosimeaI've got an nfs mounting problem where I have two Ubuntu boxes; I can mount a share on box A from Box B but cannot mount a shared directory from B on box A - ideas?02:20
preaction!ntfs-3g | cerealkiller219 ThinkingMan02:20
ubotucerealkiller219 ThinkingMan: ntfs-3g is is a Linux driver which allows read/write access to NTFS partitions. It has been extensively tested but please remember to keep backups of critical data. Installation instructions at http://lunapark6.com/?p=1710 (Dapper) and http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=217009/ (Edgy)02:20
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PriceChildcerealkiller219, it will read it out the box, writing is harder02:20
cerealkiller219ah k thanks02:20
cimentacerealkiller219: no problem with that02:20
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PriceChildpreaction, cerealkiller219 ntfs-3g is not required for reading02:20
preactionit is for writing02:20
PriceChildpreaction, he asked for "reading" ;)02:20
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preactionPriceChild: i was killing thinkingman's stone as well02:21
JetfighterI installed a .exe using wine, how can I uninstall it?02:21
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guidexi can't hear divx avi's, only see them, i have all the divx codecs i know of in synapic installed, suggestions?02:21
PriceChildJetfighter, run the uninstall program02:21
shatratguidex, you must be missing the audio codec for it.02:21
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cimentaPriceChild: what about that. I got 160GB usb hdd formatted to FAT32. I uploaded it under win. Ubuntu doesnt see some files in there02:21
JetfighterIdk if there is one02:22
guidexdo you know which package to install?02:22
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shatratguidex, avi is just a container, it will have a video file and an audio file in it, and you need the codec for both02:22
guidexshatrat02:22
PriceChildcimenta, doesn't see "some"?02:22
cimentaPriceChild: yes. only some of the files in the hdd02:22
PriceChildcimenta, pattern?02:22
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mijinkHmm, sadly qtparted will not allow me to resize my partitions... currently /dev/hda2 is 20gb, /dev/hda3 is 2gb (root) and /dev/hda4 is 384mb... and when I try to install programs I sometimes get an error saying that the drive is full..02:23
cimentaPriceChild:  what do you mean?02:23
mosimeaAbout my nfs issue, it's strange, because I can ping the other box, but traceroute only works one way.02:23
JetfighterTesting....Testing....02:23
zachary_cimenta: are you behind a router at all?02:23
PriceChildcimenta, a pattern on which file you see and which you don't?02:23
PriceChildJetfighter, failed02:23
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Jetfighter?02:24
cimentaPriceChild: no idea02:24
cimentazachary_: my adsl router, why02:24
beg1689hey, how do i add some folders to my PATH, in other distros i just put them in .bash_profile but it wont work in ubuntu02:24
JetfighterWtf?02:24
deepbluegenehi. i have a problem with emacs. whatever i m typing it just shows boxes instead of charachters i m typing.02:24
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PriceChildbeg1689, I think you'd need to add them to .bashrc or .bash_profile to .bashrc02:25
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beg1689i tried .bashrc02:25
mosimeaWould no one have any ideas about my nfs problem?02:25
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beg1689would i need to restart? i just logged out/in02:25
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apsdhello02:26
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IndyGunFreakwhen in doubt, log it out02:26
pettyboneWould anyone be willing to private chat with me about the basics of linux?02:26
PriceChildbeg1689, you should only need to close and reopen the terminal02:26
JetfighterI installed an app, how can I uninstall it?02:26
PriceChildpettybone, what do you want to know?02:26
beg1689they work in the terminal but i want to be able to use them in the menu02:26
PriceChildJetfighter, apt or wine?02:26
ioerrorI need to preseed my dapper install to use lvm rather than raw /dev/sda - it doesn't appear that it's possible02:26
JetfighterWine02:26
beg1689or in run (alt+f2)02:26
pettybonewhere do I start. so overwhelmed02:26
PriceChildJetfighter, run the uninstall program02:26
ThinkingMangod dammit, I hate fat3202:26
JetfighterThere is none that I see02:26
PriceChildpettybone, just try and do your normal activities on it then ask when you have a probelm :)02:26
preactionpettybone: there are plenty of places on the internet that have basic linux tutorials.02:26
joe4444ok, for some reason i'm now seeing /dev/sda1 and /dev/sda2 when i plug in my ipod, but i can't mount either one b/c mount tells me neither is a valid block device...02:27
KcowolfJetfighter: was there an install program?02:27
JetfighterYes02:27
mosimea:quit02:27
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pettybonealright thanks later guys02:27
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joe4444if it makes any difference my ipod is a 4G (clickwheel) and was originally installed on Windows02:27
deepbluegenehi. i have a problem with emacs. whatever i m typing it just shows boxes instead of charachters i m typing.02:27
cimentazachary_: ?02:27
IndyGunFreakpettybone: http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu:Edgy02:27
apsdthere was some ubuntu kernel update, and i'm using nano since i've installed it over a intel mac mini. anyway, it basically fucked up the entire boot. i realized ih ad to run lilo, so i got into ubuntu and in a chrooted environment ran my lilo (lilo -b /dev/sda) , and now things are looking better, except that modprobe FATAL is failing loading some /lib/modules/blah ... funny thing is its loading the modules from the wrong kernel and i have n02:27
apsdo idea where that configuration is. i mean /vmlinuz and /initrd.img point to the newer images in my boot02:27
PriceChildJetfighter, In the same way as windows programs always have uninstall prorgams, so will it when you install in wine.02:27
preactionjoe4444: open a terminal, run "dmesg | tail", and then plug in your ipod. you should see some messages pop up02:27
KcowolfJetfighter: sometimes if you rerun it there will be an option to uninstall02:27
apsdi'm using lilo*02:27
preactionjoe4444: specifically, you should see what dev node the ipod is given02:28
joe4444preaction, yeah i got that...02:28
joe4444what exactly am i looking for?02:28
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zachary_cimenta: I really don't know how to check to see if in fact you are using IPV6, someone more knowlegable than I on how to find out should help you on that. You can still disable it for a possibility.02:28
JetfighterWhere is the equivelent of C:\Program Files\ ???02:28
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PriceChildJetfighter, its in .wine02:28
JetfighterWhich is where?02:28
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PriceChildJetfighter, ~/.wine02:28
joe4444preaction, http://dpaste.com/6753/02:29
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mijinkOk, had to switch chat clients was getting hard to follow the convo with xchat.02:29
Jetfighter~/.wine? Ehhh?02:29
cimentazachary_: I will do it. I was just curios if I am using IPV6. thak you again :-)02:29
PriceChildJetfighter, ~ stands for home, then in the .wine folder inside there02:29
JetfighterOo02:29
preactionjoe4444: perhaps try /dev/sda2?02:29
zachary_cimenta: typing "ifconfig eth0" is what I thought would show, but it doesnt02:29
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JetfighterhThere is only home > Wildfire02:30
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joe4444preaction, i've tried them all... mount always says not a valid block device02:30
preactionJetfighter: it starts with a ., that means it's hidden. you have to show hidden files to see it02:30
kamabokoThinkingMan, why do you hate fat32?02:30
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carpediemmijink: which client makes the conversation easier to follow than xchat?02:30
joe4444i tried "mount" and "mount -t vfat" and "mount -t hfplus" on sda, sda1, and sda202:30
mijinkI have a question related to disk partition size; when I installed I set the root partition to 2gb, the swap partition to 384mb and the other "/" to 20gb... I'm using almost the entire 2gb for root and when trying to install a program I get a disk space error.02:30
cimentais there anything like total commander but under linux? under Xwindow?02:30
AdelgadoHello you all! I'm having troubles doing an Ethernet connection to another computer. The other computer is running MS Windws XP. I know the problem isn't with the network, because I dual-boot with Windows XP and everything works fine in it. Could inybody please help me? Thanks a lot in advance!02:30
ThinkingMankamaboko: you know the "small percantage of users" that will experience unfortunate data loss or other consequences due to fat3202:31
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JetfighterStill not there dude02:31
ThinkingManIt's happened to me twice02:31
mijinkcarpediem: I am using Gaim now.02:31
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carpediemmijink: ah, me too02:31
zachary_cimenta: disabling IPV6 in firefox is what sped up my browsing.. It's in the article..02:31
joe4444preaction, any other ideas?02:32
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preactionjoe4444: you tried sda0 as well right? ls -l /dev/sd?? <- paste the output of that perhaps?02:32
cimentazachary_: yes, I read it. but I am thinking to do in /etc02:32
ThinkingManonce I had a fat get corrupted somehow, managed to recover about 70% of my files but still..., second time a fairly important file got corrupted somehow at the end of a long coding session and before daily backups02:32
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AdelgadoHello you all! I'm having troubles doing an Ethernet connection to another computer. The other computer is running MS Windws XP. I know the problem isn't with the network, because I dual-boot with Windows XP and everything works fine in it. Could inybody please help me? Thanks a lot in advance!02:32
preaction!repeat | Adelgado02:32
ubotuAdelgado: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. You can search https://help.ubuntu.com or http://wiki.ubuntu.com while you wait. Also see !patience02:32
JetfighterIf I'm in desktop, how can I get back to WIldifre?02:32
Jetfighterwildfire*02:32
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joe4444preaction, sda0 does not exist... only /dev/sda1 and /dev/sda202:33
zachary_cimenta: well, good luck anyway, bro02:33
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PriceChildJetfighter, wildfire?02:33
cimentazachary_: thank you02:33
Adelgadook..02:33
Jetfighterbash: cd: wildfire: No such file or directory02:33
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infidel!fbsplash02:33
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about fbsplash - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:33
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PriceChildJetfighter, wildfire?02:34
Adelgado!patience02:34
ubotuThe people in this channel are volunteers. Your attitude will determine how fast you are helped. See also http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines02:34
underguizhi, i'm trying to run tvtime with the last fglrx and kernel 2.6.20. tvtime says that there's no XVIDEO port found which supports YUY2 images. videooverlay is enable under xorg.conf....02:34
underguizanyone with this problem?02:34
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Jetfighter?02:35
ThinkingManhrm... I would think this would be easier to figure out but... what's the quickest way to reformat a drive in ubuntu?02:35
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AlbertK!compiz02:36
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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-effects02:36
stonarmusicAnyone know how to fix the red line in Evolutions calendar view? mine is an hour behind now.02:36
preactionjoe4444: you have gtkpod installed?02:36
joe4444yeah02:36
preactionjoe4444: what does iTunes say about the filesystem of your iPod?02:36
Gambit-8tell me02:36
joe4444no clue, i don't have XP anymore02:37
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alienseer23hello, I am using edgy, and a palm tx, I am trying to get adobe reader for my palm. Adobe has a download for palm os, but for palm os windows or mac? I am very confused, can anyone help me please?02:37
preactionjoe4444: but you formatted it for windows, correct?02:37
joe4444but i've only used the iPod with XP so i doubt it's anything other than FAT3202:37
jessie^^exit02:38
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billyGreetings humanoids.02:38
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joe4444preaction, let me paste a little more from dmesg02:38
apsdhey guys i'm trying to boot my system after a kernel update, i've ran lilo -b /dev/sda through a chrooted system, but nevertheless lilo fails with: "Modprobe: FATAL: Could not load /lb/modules/2.6.17-10-generic/modules.dep : No such file or directory" (several of those)02:38
billyWhy is it my screen goes blank when booting and shutting down?02:38
JetfighterI need to get from my home directory to /.wine/drive_c/Program Files/02:39
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colbertWhat are differences between XFCE and GNOME ?02:39
apsdcolbert, everything02:39
apsdcolbert, google it02:39
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apsdcolbert, and help me while you're a t it02:39
colbertoops I meant in CPU/power usage to run em02:39
apsdXFCE prolly 'll take less02:40
JetfighterI need to get from my home directory to /.wine/drive_c/Program Files/ but it keeps saying it doesn't  exist02:40
apsdin just about everything02:40
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maddashJetfighter: Program\ Files/02:40
maddashJetfighter: use tab completion02:40
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Jetfighter?02:40
Checkkawhats an alternative to wine in ubuntu?02:41
apsdJetfighter, cd .wine/<TAB> etc.02:41
apsdJetfighter, it fills it in for you02:41
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AnduneSo I've got an nVidia 540 "fakeraid" hard disk driver.  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FakeRaidHowto suggests using the 'dmraid' utility to make this visible to Ubuntu, but that's not available in 6.10 as far as I can tell.  What's replaced it or has anyone gotten "FakeRaid" working in 6.10?02:41
maddashJetfighter: /.wine/drive_c/Program\ Files/02:41
StoneNoteJetfighter, sell the computer. buy golf clubs.02:41
cry0x_Checkka: what are you looking to do?02:41
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CheckkaI need to run Winamp02:41
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joe4444preaction, here's what dmesg shows if i plug in the ipod then wait 30-60 seconds: http://dpaste.com/6755/02:41
PriceChildCheckka, Why not use a linux alternative?02:41
IndyGunFreakCheckka: not sure if it runs winamp, but i like crossover02:41
Checkkaand possibly other windows only programs in linux02:41
IndyGunFreak!codeweavers02:41
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cry0x_Checkka: what does winamp do that xmms doesn't?02:42
IndyGunFreak!crossover02:42
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about crossover - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:42
CheckkaWell the problem is shoutcast tv is only available to winamp02:42
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maddashcry0x_, Checkka: xmms2, or beep media player02:42
IndyGunFreakhmm.02:42
Checkkaand VLC doesn't fully support it, and XMMS doesnt support it at all02:42
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maddashCheckka: google is your friend02:42
Checkkayes Ive googled02:42
apsdCheckka, shoutcast tv?02:43
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CheckkaIts streaming video in NSV format02:43
cerealkiller219yay ntfs-3g works, thanks a lot :)02:43
apsdCheckka, hmm yeah i don't think there's a linux solution unless its through wine and such02:43
CheckkaNullsoft streaming video02:43
Checkkaexactly02:43
preactionjoe4444: i'm googling that SCSI error, looks like a rare one02:43
BlackHawkwine02:43
Checkkabut is there an alternative to wine?02:43
BlackHawkbeer02:43
apsdCheckka, well ther'es that whole transsomething gaming thing, but i think its commercial02:43
IndyGunFreakCheckka: if you want to pay for it.. http://www.codeweavers.com02:43
JetfighterI do believe I removed it.02:43
apsdso02:43
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Checkkawasnt there a company recently that released something better than wine02:44
joe4444preaction, rejecting I/O to offline device?02:44
Checkkai think it started with v02:44
IndyGunFreakvmware02:44
Checkkai just cant remember the name02:44
cobelloyhi there, im wondering if anyone here has a working usb bluetooth device?02:44
Checkkayeah there it is02:44
Checkkavmware02:44
preactionjoe4444: 0x50000 <- the error code.02:44
IndyGunFreak!vmware02:44
ubotuVMWare Player is in Ubuntu's !Multiverse repository (package "vmware-player"), and http://www.easyvmx.com/easyvmx.shtml can create VMs for it. For VMWare Server, instructions can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VMware02:44
n3xumy machine cant see my 3com network card o_O02:44
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Checkkadoes VMware do what wine does?02:44
cry0x_Checkka:  Vmware and wine are two completely different things02:44
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IndyGunFreakCheckka: Vmware is very different from Wine02:44
Andune!fakeraid02:44
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about fakeraid - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:44
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Checkkai see02:44
joe4444vmware is a complete virtual computer02:44
StoneNoteCheckka, vmware creates a virtual appliance. wine runs windows osftware. not the same thing02:45
IndyGunFreakVmware completely emulates the OS02:45
joe4444it's a "computer in a computer"02:45
Checkkawhich would be more efficient?02:45
ttuttleI run Gentoo right now, but I have a nice big LVM2 partition that has plenty of room left.  Can I install Ubuntu to an LVM2 partition, and boot it using the same Grub I use for Gentoo?02:45
cry0x_Checkka: vmware let's you install a completely new OS into your current one02:45
StoneNoteCheckka, though you can create a windows vmware appliance if you wanted02:45
ttuttleCheckka: wine, probably.02:45
cry0x_Checkka: wine02:45
IndyGunFreakwine02:45
Checkkathanks everyone!02:45
Checkka:)02:45
preactionjoe4444: looks like a very weird kernel bug. i'd start by using fsck to check the file system if you can02:45
Checkkawine it is02:45
cobelloywow this channel is so big now02:45
JetfighterHow can I close a bunch of on thing?02:45
Jetfighterone*02:45
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StoneNoteCheckka, last time I set up windows under wine it grew to 20gb02:45
Checkka?02:45
StoneNoteCheckka, last time I set up windows under vmware it grew to 20gb02:45
StoneNotesorry about that.02:46
billywhen editing /boot/grub/menu.lst, that is, adding a "vga=normal" line to it, do I need to place a "#" before it?02:46
CheckkaI dont undestand02:46
Checkkawhy ?02:46
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maddashbilly: no. don't. you'd be commenting it out.02:46
cobelloyso, does anyone in here have a working usb bluetooth? i want to buy one that works on linux02:46
Andunehas anyone gotten "FakeRaid" working under Ubuntu 6.10?  I'd love to use Ubuntu, but this is a big hinderance to me getting it installed on my machine..02:46
StoneNoteCheckka, windows is a pig. it grew really large under vmware02:46
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ttuttlecobelloy: Yes, but it's internal.02:46
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Checkkaoh you're not talking about wine are you?02:46
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Checkkabecause that scarred me02:46
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sidWhat should my pipeline in sound juicer be to rip a cd to wav, uncompressed and full quality?02:46
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billymaddash:  OK, thanks.  It seemed that ## was commenting something out, with only one # being a command or script or whatnot.  I'll try it out and see if I can see the boot process now.02:47
StoneNoteCheckka, no I messed up the first post. I said wine when I meant vmware.02:47
sidaudio/x-raw-int,rate=22050,channels=1 ! wavenc name=enc ; is the pipeline for wav voice quality02:47
maddashbilly: no.02:47
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cobelloyttuttle: so its not a usb one?02:47
billymaddash:  wha?02:47
joe4444preaction, actually now that i look a little closer i think that's unrelated..... to "safely" unplug the ipod i rebooted it and disconnected while it was rebooting... i think that error is caused by the system trying to establish communication with the device # the ipod was connected as before i disconnected it02:47
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ttuttlecobelloy: No, it is USB.02:47
Checkkaah ok02:47
ttuttlecobelloy: It's attached to an internal USB port designed just for the Bluetooth adapter.02:47
Checkkais codeweaver derived from wine?02:47
maddashbilly: # comments out the line after the character. like "//" in C/C++.02:47
cobelloyttuttle: oh I see02:47
crdlbCheckka, yes02:47
Checkkaisnt wine under GPL?02:47
cobelloyttuttle: do you know the chipset?02:47
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Checkkadoesnt that force anything that uses its code to also be OSS?02:48
billymaddash:  OK, thanks.  no # it is then.  I appreciate the help.02:48
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ttuttlecobelloy: lsusb says: "Bus 003 Device 002: ID 413c:8126 Dell Computer Corp...iManufacturer 1 Broadcom Corp iProduct 2 BCM2045"02:48
cobelloyttuttle: or even the brand might help me02:48
joe4444preaction, let me monitor dmesg a little longer while the ipod is disconnected before i plug it in again and see if these errors are related...02:48
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ttuttlecobelloy: BCM2045 would be the chipset then probably.02:48
arrenlexCheckka: codeweavers is a fork of the last mit-licensed fork of wine, iirc.02:48
Checkkaah02:48
arrenlexCheckka: codeweavers is a fork of the last mit-licensed *version* of wine, sorry02:48
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crdlbCheckka, they contribute back voluntarily02:48
cobelloyttuttle: thanks - googling that now02:48
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ttuttlecobelloy: You're welcome.02:49
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Checkkadamn, i was going to get angry at them too...02:49
Checkkaoh well...02:49
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Alysumhi, I've started ubuntu from the live CD but the shortcut to install it is not on the desktop, what is the path to the installation please ? tks02:49
jetsaredi1is there anything special about the nightly cd images?02:49
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ttuttleIs it possible to install Ubuntu to an LVM2 partition, using only a real /boot?02:49
IndyGunFreakAlysum: thats odd.02:50
Checkkajetsaredi1, they're very very new, they're the current versions in development02:50
PriceChildAlysum, i think its "ubiquity"... but that's very odd..02:50
jetsaredi1ttuttle: there is a howto on wiki.ubuntu.com02:50
Alysumthats because I had to edit X11/xorg.cong then restartx02:50
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ttuttlejetsaredi1: THanks.02:50
arrenlexCheckka: No, I lie. Wikipedia says Wine is LGPL.02:50
wick2oevening02:50
Alysumbecause of a VGA problem, blank screen02:50
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PriceChildAlysum, "shouldn't" have made a difference02:50
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Checkkaah LGPL...02:50
jetsaredi1Checkka: i wanted to burn it to a CD but its like 1M bigger than the discs I have02:50
PriceChildAlysum, "safe graphics mode" didn't help?02:50
kitsuneofdoomI'm trying to use firefox in a vlc session. Everytime I click it errors02:50
Checkkathats unfortunate.....02:50
arrenlexCheckka: It was cedega that was a fork of the mit license, then. I get those confused.02:50
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arrenlexCheckka: It could be worse. Codeweavers contributes a ton of patches back to Wine.02:51
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Checkkajetjaredi1, ah, if you can fit non nightly, use that, those version are stable02:51
theblueHow do I add fonts under Ubuntu 6.10?02:51
AlysumPriceChild: no safe mode did not help, not setting VGA to a smaller resolution02:51
jetsaredi1Checkka: I was going to run a hardware test for the mythtv guys02:51
Checkkayeah, its nice that they still do voluntary contributions02:52
wick2oanyone know what is wrong with this line? append debian-installer/locale=en_US kbd-chooser/method=us preseed/file=/cdrom/custom.seed initrd=install/initrd.gz ramdisk_size=16384 root=/dev/ram rw quiet --02:52
bruenig!fonts | theblue02:52
Alysumit doesnt atter anyway I just need to find the path to the installer02:52
ubotutheblue: Font installation basics here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FontInstallHowto - No fonts in Flash? Install "msttcorefonts" (from !Multiverse), "gsfonts", and "gsfonts-x11". No fonts in MPlayer? see !MPlayer02:52
Alysumits a pain finding it :(02:52
wick2othe debian-installer and kbd-chooser doesnt seem to work02:52
jetsaredi1Checkka: not sure what you mean?02:52
wick2oit still asks me when i try and do my install02:52
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Checkkajetsaredi1, download the latest stable version02:52
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Checkkajetsaredi1, nightlies arent stable02:52
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jetsaredi1Checkka: sure - but I'm a former Gentoo user so I'm used to bleeding edge stuff02:53
Checkkaim just very surprised that wine is under LGPL02:53
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Checkkajetsaredi1, well if  you can fit it, go for it, but just make sure you know what you're doing02:54
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Alysumsomeone must know what the path to install Ubuntu from the live CD is :)02:54
PriceChildAlysum, i think its "ubiquity"... but that's very odd..02:54
bruenigAlysum, ~/Desktop/Install02:54
arrenlexCheckka: Wine's core competency is running proprietary software. I assume it's LGPL licensed so companies producing this software can integrate wine into it, without releasing the entire source to their applications, which would be prohibitive.02:54
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arrenlexCheckka: Like google with picasa.02:55
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Checkkatrue02:55
billyin the grub menu.lst, what is the `ro quiet splash` command doing?02:55
Checkkaok back to installing wine02:55
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AlysumPriceChild: yes but where in /usr/lib/ubiquity ? there are several sub folders02:55
Alysumbruenig: I dont have that :s02:55
beg1689so had do i add something to my path that gnome will be able to see (if i add a menu entry or run using alt+f202:55
arrenlexbilly: "splash" shows the logo on boot instead of printing kernel messages, and quiet suppresses most text messages generated on boot.02:55
superkirbyartistbruenig is the guy who told me to sudo rm *.*!02:55
beg1689how*02:55
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foutrelis*.* ^.^02:56
nate_sup guys02:56
wick2osuperkirbyartist,  hahah no way02:56
kitsuneofdoomI'm trying to use firefox in a vnc session. Everytime I click it errors02:56
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bruenigsuperkirbyartist, you are retarded, why would I tell you to do that, wouldn't it make more sense if I told you to do rm * or perhaps even better rm -rf * or perhaps even better rm -rf /02:56
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nate_a few questions.  I'm using Kubuntu and attempting to do a few things that I cant figure out02:56
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wick2okitsuneofdoom, do you have java installed?02:56
bruenigif you are going to flame, at least be reasonable02:56
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nate_I have 2 sound cards and I want to change 1 of them to the default playback device. where would I do this/02:57
kitsuneofdoomwick2o: yes02:57
billyarrenlex:  thx.  that wouldn't be the reason that my screen goes blank when I boot ubuntu or shutdown though, huh?02:57
arrenlex(by the way, for anyone reading this exchange: please don't run any of the mentioned commands)02:57
superkirbyartistbruenig, you shouldn't be retarded enough to say that "the system will regenerate".02:57
PriceChildarrenlex, superkirbyartist not here!02:57
jetsaredi1Checkka: if you check the mythtv pages there's some instructions on grabbing some dmesg output for informational purposes - its just running the livecd as opposed to actually installing and using it02:57
arrenlexbilly: It shouldn't go blank... it should show a logo.02:57
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bruenigarrenlex, yeah why I didn't sudo them02:57
PriceChild!coc | arrenlex02:57
ubotuarrenlex: The Ubuntu Code of Conduct to which we ask all Ubuntu users to adhere can be found at http://www.ubuntu.com/community/conduct/02:57
PriceChildsuperkirbyartist, ^02:57
arrenlexPriceChild: ??02:57
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billyarrenlex:  oh.  well, mine goes blank.  My monitor says "Input Out of Area" or some such and I see nothing.  Just trying to figure out why that is.02:58
kitsuneofdoomwick2o: is that the problem?02:58
Checkkaif I do 'apt-get install progx' and two sources in my source.list has it, which one does apt choose?02:58
superkirbyartistAnyhoo, the deal is, I got problems with Ekiga.02:58
Alysumgod this is so frustrating :( stuck on it for hours lol02:58
apsdman, it sucks when linux craps out on ya. you got all of those great distros like ubuntu even fedora and the neat livecds like knoppix and stuff. but when shit hits the fan and lilo gets mad it jsut robs you of it all after one kernel update02:58
beg1689how do i add something to my PATH that affects gnome, so that i can create menu entries or alt+f2, etc. to run them02:58
apsdanybod ywanna help me get thos modprobe FATAL out of the way so i can boot with lilo?02:58
wick2okitsuneofdoom, could be, id try and remove java and attmpte a reinstall02:58
superkirbyartistI'd appreciate anyone's help, please.02:58
beg1689never used lilo02:58
bruenigsuperkirbyartist, what it sounds like you are talking about if you aren't flaming is me telling you to rm one of the configuration directories in your home folder which would regenerate02:58
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bruenigI don't remember doing that, but that would at least make sense02:59
arrenlexbilly: That sounds like your sync ranges are bad... does it do that only once X starts, or from the beginning?02:59
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apsdbeg1689, no reason you should, really, i just need it for this intel mac thing02:59
superkirbyartistGuys, I need help with Ekiga, not rm!02:59
beg1689oh i c02:59
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beg1689so doesnt anyone know how to add something to my PATH? seems like a simple question02:59
billyarrenlex:  from the beginning.  X starts fine.  it's only boot and shutdown screens that I'm missing.  thx for response, by the way.02:59
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PriceChildbeg1689, add it to .bashrc02:59
bruenigbeg1689, gksu gedit /etc/environment02:59
beg1689i can only affect the PATH used int he terminal03:00
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beg1689thanks bruenig ill try that03:00
PriceChildbruenig, ~/.bashrc is better as it won't be systemwide03:00
bruenigmk03:00
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kitsuneofdoomwick2o: still does it03:00
arrenlexbeg1689: In the file ~/.bashc (for local user only) or in /etc/environment (for all users), put the line PATH=$PATH:<newfolder>03:00
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bruenigwait system wide is better than not systemwide isn't it03:00
beg1689but that doesnt afect gnome03:00
arrenlexbeg1689: Sorry, that's ~/.bashrc for the first filename03:00
cablesPriceChild, notice that he actually wanted it to be systemwide.03:00
bruenigoh some people have multiple users, I forget about that03:00
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wick2okitsuneofdoom, what is the error?03:00
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PriceChildcables, I didn't see that.03:00
arrenlexbilly: Oh... no idea, sorry.03:00
ttuttlebruenig: lol03:01
Edderhi, somebody know how to configure a Logitech G7?03:01
beg1689i know how to do it im saying it doesnt affect gnome, only the terminal03:01
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ttuttleEdder: Plugging it in doesn't work?03:01
superkirbyartistGuys, can anyone help me with Ekiga, please?03:01
ttuttlesuperkirbyartist: What's the problem?03:01
billyarrenlex:  it's cool.  thanks for the help though.03:01
arrenlexEdder: What's a logitech G7?03:01
ttuttlearrenlex: It's a fancy optical wireless mouse.03:02
superkirbyartistttuttle: It seems that I am sending packets, but not receiving.  And the voice quality is awful.03:02
beg1689in fedora all i had to do was edit .bash_profile or .bashrc and it worked in gnome also03:02
Eddera gaming mouse03:02
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beg1689ubuntu creates a .bash_profile and doesnt even use it03:02
Edderhas a laser03:02
kitsuneofdoomion to change this behavior. You can then get a meaningful03:02
kitsuneofdoom   backtrace from your debugger if you break on the gdk_x_error() function.)03:02
kitsuneofdoomsusan@Isis:~$ firefox --display :66 www.fafsa.ed.gov03:02
kitsuneofdoomThe program 'Gecko' received an X Window System error.03:02
kitsuneofdoomThis probably reflects a bug in the program.03:02
arrenlexttuttle: You need extra mousebuttons to work?03:02
ttuttlesuperkirbyartist: How fast is your connection?  What protocol is Ekiga using?03:02
kitsuneofdoomThe error was 'BadRequest (invalid request code or no such operation)'.03:02
kitsuneofdoom  (Details: serial 45621 error_code 1 request_code 146 minor_code 2)03:02
kitsuneofdoom  (Note to programmers: normally, X errors are reported asynchronously;03:02
ttuttlekitsuneofdoom: Don't flood!03:02
bruenig!paste03:02
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)03:02
kitsuneofdoom   that is, you will receive the error a while after causing it.03:02
cables!paste | kitse03:02
ubotukitse: please see above03:02
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cables!paste03:02
foutrelis:S03:02
Karark|awayis there a feisty chan?03:02
PriceChildfoutrelis, easiest way to stop it03:02
cablesdamn I didn't see someone already did it03:02
ttuttlePriceChild: "requested".  lol.  in #gentoo, it's "Kicked by Naamah: flood at pastebin.ca".03:02
PriceChildKarark|away, #ubuntu+103:02
foutrelis:S03:03
superkirbyartistttuttle: SIP(Gizmo), under a wireless network and 3Mbps internet (runs at 180Kbps the fastest).03:03
cablesKarark|away, #ubuntu+103:03
DM|_!pastebin03:03
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)03:03
Karark|awayty03:03
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ttuttlesuperkirbyartist: That should work.03:03
Wuilliamhi to all, i cant to install ubuntu, my pc is a EM64T architecture, but i wont like to install ubuntu amd64 because nothing is compatible, i try to install 32bit and never run the Live CD, nothing happend, the grafic mode never run. i try whit the alternative 32bit, all good, the ubuntu installed good, but in the 1st restart of my PC the ubuntu never RUN, no error, no log, nothing, only "Starting UP" and the Grafic Mode never runs. Some1 can help me!03:03
ttuttlesuperkirbyartist: Do you have a firewall?03:03
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superkirbyartistttuttle: We have a NAT (a router/modem that connects all the computers).03:03
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bruenigbeg1689, it uses bash_profile03:03
ttuttlesuperkirbyartist: Okay, have you forwarded ports to the box with Ekiga?  I think the wizard it runs gives you the settings.03:03
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wick2oanyone know what is wrong with this line? append debian-installer/locale=en_US kbd-chooser/method=us preseed/file=/cdrom/custom.seed initrd=install/initrd.gz ramdisk_size=16384 root=/dev/ram rw quiet --03:04
bruenigbeg1689, it refers it to .bashrc in .bash_profile03:04
beg1689any changes i make there dont seem to have any affect in gnome or in terminal03:04
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beg1689editing .bashrc affects the terminal03:04
Errpast1When I print from Firefox, the top and bottom margins aren't respected.  Text flows over both03:04
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Errpast1Printer is fine with Open Office docs03:04
superkirbyartistttuttle: Symmetric NAT has to be changed in Cone NAT.03:04
Errpast1Any ideas?03:04
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beg1689if i open a terminal in gnome, my PATH is right03:05
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foutrelisErrpast1: I think you 'd better ask in #firefox03:05
Errpast1I'm using CUPS 1.2, with Brother 2070N printer, and 2070N driver from brother03:05
cablesErrpast1, sounds like a #firefox problem... check the channel03:05
beg1689if i alt+f2 or add a menu entry, it cant find anything in that PATH03:05
bruenigbeg1689, oh you mean the run dialog doesn't use the path or something03:05
beg1689or the menu03:05
Errpast1foutrelis, cables - will do.  thx03:05
Wuilliamwho can help me???? im bad whit english :(03:05
bruenigbeg1689, I would bet /etc/environment would do it03:05
cablesWuilliam, what language?03:05
PriceChildWuilliam, there are other language channels :)03:06
wick2oWuilliam, try #english :)03:06
ttuttleWuilliam: Spanish?03:06
wick2osorry couldnt resist03:06
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ttuttleWuilliam: #ubuntu-es?03:06
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EdBoyHow do I install themes?03:06
beg1689bruenig: could i use ~ in /etc/environment as well?03:06
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ttuttleWuilliam: What's the problem, anyway?03:06
bruenigbeg1689, I don't see why not03:06
EdBoyI got a folder in the tarball :/03:06
Wuilliamttuttle: yeah im there, but im looking for 2nd option03:06
bruenigbeg1689, probably should define it as ~/ though03:06
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superkirbyartistttuttle: Any ideas?03:07
foutrelisEdBoy: System -> preferences -> Theme03:07
bruenigoh nevermind03:07
Wuilliamhi to all, i cant to install ubuntu, my pc is a EM64T architecture, but i wont like to install ubuntu amd64 because nothing is compatible, i try to install 32bit and never run the Live CD, nothing happend, the grafic mode never run. i try whit the alternative 32bit, all good, the ubuntu installed good, but in the 1st restart of my PC the ubuntu never RUN, no error, no log, nothing, only "Starting UP" and the Grafic Mode never runs. Some1 can help me!03:07
ttuttleWuilliam: I know a *little* Spanish.  Try me.03:07
beg1689well it would be ~/bin or ~/.bin03:07
ttuttlesuperkirbyartist: Did you forward the ports?03:07
cablesEdBoy, drag the tarball in03:07
EdBoytarball where?03:07
bruenigbeg1689, put it in there and see, if it doesn't then remove it, it won't damage anything03:07
RobertSAnyone know the trick to get the keyboard map right in edgy? I'm no expert but I guess I need qwerty. However that's not a choice in the keyboard layout GUI03:07
superkirbyartistttuttle: Don't know which ones to forward.03:07
beg1689alright03:07
cablesEdBoy, open System>Preferences>Themes and drag the tarball right into there.03:07
ttuttlesuperkirbyartist: The wizard should tell you.03:07
EdBoyooh, I see03:07
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bruenigwhy is there a /usr/games directory, why don't games go through the regular /usr/lib /usr/bin placements03:08
koprnikusfella ubuntu lovers.. how do i bring in the aero effect in ubuntu ?03:08
Wuilliamttuttle: i know so little english, but i understand, can u understand my problem???03:08
PriceChildkoprnikus, use vista?03:08
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EdBoyThat is so cool.03:08
wick2okoprnikus, why would you want the aero effect?03:08
koprnikusfk microsoft03:08
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foutreliskoprnikus: Please be polite :)03:08
koprnikusi just want the window to tile up like in vista03:09
foutreliskoprnikus: Maybe you want Beryl03:09
bruenig!beryl | koprnikus03:09
ubotukoprnikus: Beryl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. See http://forum.beryl-project.org/ - Help in #ubuntu-effects03:09
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koprnikussorry mate.. ill b polite03:09
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cables!beryl | koprnikus03:09
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cablesbruenig, how often do you beat me to the punch here?03:09
bruenigby a long shot03:09
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frost-1is there a way i can play piano using my keyboard03:09
bruenigunless I am lagging, I would have thought that I completed before you even started03:09
cablesbruenig, probably lag, it wasn't that bad03:09
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superkirbyartistttuttle: Any advice, please?03:10
foutreliskoprnikus: try #ubuntu-effects and also do a search for "beryl" in google03:10
cablesbruenig, our combined lag03:10
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PriceChildkoprnikus, beryl isnt' for beginners. It is unstable. If you want aero, then use aero03:10
ircusrhi all03:10
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ttuttlesuperkirbyartist: Sorry, all I can say is try the wizard.  Are you sure it doesn't work?03:10
ttuttlekoprnikus: Beryl is a PITA.03:10
ircusris it possible to install a bootloader to a floppy disk to boot linux on03:10
ircusr?03:10
beta-guydoes Ubuntu has wpa_supplicant buikt in?03:10
frost-1is there a way i can play piano using my keyboard03:10
beta-guybuilt03:10
superkirbyartistThe wizard tells me to "forward ports" but which ones?03:10
foutrelis!pita > foutrelis03:10
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ircusrberyl!!03:10
cables!repeat | frost-103:10
ubotufrost-1: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. You can search https://help.ubuntu.com or http://wiki.ubuntu.com while you wait. Also see !patience03:10
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Flannelircusr: yes.03:11
ircusrhow?03:11
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scales1is there an easy way to tell what speed memory is in my computer? i.e., pc2700, pc3200, etc03:11
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arrenlexfoutrelis: It means "pain in the .". Also, please ask ubotu about things by using pm, rather than redirecting to yourself in the channel.03:11
Flannelircusr: http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/html_node/Creating-a-GRUB-boot-floppy.html03:11
jbwanUh...I need some help rather rapidly03:11
jbwanif possible03:11
ttuttlejbwan: okay.03:11
jbwanbefore my windows battery dies :)03:11
cablesjbwan, ask away03:11
beta-guyscales1: take it out and check it? also you could run memtest86+03:11
ttuttlejbwan: type type type!03:11
jbwanI'm travelling this week03:11
ttuttlejbwan: ok03:11
jbwanand have my ubuntu laptop03:11
cables!enter | jbwan03:12
ubotujbwan: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!03:12
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scales1beta-guy, yeah, i took it out. it didn't say. i googled the numbers on it, and i got nothing.03:12
jbwanwireless works great from home... but ... it won't pick up the wireless here at the hotel03:12
beta-guymemtest86+ it your best choise then03:12
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cablesjbwan, are you using wifi-radar or NetworkManager?03:12
foutrelisarrenlex: I did not know that I could just talk to ubotu directly. Thanks for the info.03:12
beta-guyif your using windows I'd recommend cpu-z03:12
cables!wifi-radar03:12
jbwanI have tried both03:12
ttuttlejbwan: Are you comfortable with th eterminal?03:12
ubotuwifi-radar: graphical utility for managing Wi-Fi profiles. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.9.7-0ubuntu2 (edgy), package size 36 kB, installed size 208 kB03:12
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jbwanI'm comfortable with the terminal window03:13
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AnnirakSo, after doing a distupgrade from edgy to feisty, how do I ensure that grub still boots correctly?  The last time I did it, I lost the ability to boot and, since this is a remote system that I'm upgrading now, it's imperative that I do *not* lose the ability to boot.03:13
ttuttlejbwan: Okay, become root and try "iwconfig".  See if it is associated.03:13
PriceChildAnnirak, > #ubuntu+1 for feisty please03:13
ttuttlejbwan: You'll either see "IEE 802.11something" or "unassociated".03:13
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RobertSkeyboard layout help, anyone?03:14
cablesRobertS, go ahead03:14
ttuttlejbwan: What does it say?03:14
koprnikusthankx matesss !! i went through the beryl website !! thats xactly what i want .. the desktop cube.. and the transparent themes !!03:14
cafuego_and the instability?03:14
koprnikuswow.. yo go #ubuntu @ freenode.net03:14
RobertScabels: tried all layout choices for US, keys still don't match, think I need qwerty but cannot find it in the GUI03:14
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cables!tab | RobertS03:14
ubotuRobertS: You can use <tab> for autocompletion of nicknames in IRC, as well as for completion of filenames and programs on the command line.03:14
jbwanone moment... froze03:15
zacharyAnyone here have a Thinkpad with fingerprint reader?03:15
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ttuttlezachary: I wish.03:15
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joe4444preaction, still around?03:15
CrescendoI can't get terminal to open.  It sits there trying to open for a few seconds, then just goes away. (gnome-terminal) Any suggestions?03:15
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cablesRobertS, how did you try to add the layout? If you hit Add in the Layouts menu and go to US English (the parent) it should give you qwerty03:16
zacharyttuttle :)03:16
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ttuttlejbwan: ok03:16
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jbwanit says  ... radio off ESSID:off/any03:16
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jpgomezanyone knows how to configure a Genius VideoCAM NB03:16
joe4444what does "rmmod ehci_hcd" do?03:16
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ttuttlejbwan: Okay, iwconfig ethX txpower on03:17
jbwanI can't get it to come on03:17
sidjoe4444: It removes the ehci_hcd module from the current running linux kernel.03:17
ttuttlejbwan: (Fill in ethX with the interface.)03:17
beg1689ok it still wont work03:17
ttuttlejbwan: Did you try the txpower one yet?03:17
joe4444sid, which is what?03:17
jbwanSET failed on device eth1 ; Input / output error03:17
beg1689oh wait..03:17
RobertScables: Thanks, that was too easy, was only looking at the sub menus.03:17
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ttuttlejbwan: dmesg | tail -- anything relevant?03:18
JetfighterHi03:18
ttuttlejbwan: (What card, BTW?)03:18
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frost-1where can i download ubuntu studio03:18
jpgomezthanks03:18
JetfighterHow can I exist loads of one program?03:18
goetiaoccultuswhat is a save permission to give a folder that has your own programs in it03:18
cablesJetfighter, can you explain that again?03:18
jbwanIntel bg220003:19
foutrelisfrost-1: Search for it in google.com03:19
aorthr33what's the best place to start troubleshooting sound problems, I just install Ub. and had sound after the initial install, but the first big upgrade/download killed any sound on the system?  Anyone got any ideas on where to start looking?03:19
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ttuttlejbwan: Oh, that *should* work great.03:19
PeloJetfighter,  more specific please03:19
goetiaoccultus!permissions03:19
ubotuThe files and directories on an Ubuntu system are organized according to a standard, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filesystem_Hierarchy_Standard - file permissions are explained at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions - All filenames and directory names (and many other things) are case sensitive in Linux03:19
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jbwanipw2200: Failed to send TX_POWER: Command timed out03:19
JetfighterI have like.... 5 ScreenHunter Online Help things open, how can I close them?03:19
jbwanit does .... at home :)03:19
ttuttlejbwan: Try reloading the module.  rmmod ipw2200; modprobe ipw2200;03:19
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beg1689ok this is really annoying i never had to go through this with other distro03:19
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beg1689why doesnt gnome see programs in my PATH03:19
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PeloJetfighter,  try the system manager ,  > menu > system > admin03:20
jbwanttuttle: same03:20
PriceChildbeg1689, have you logged out and in since changing it in .bashrc?03:20
beg1689yes03:20
ttuttlejbwan: Hmm.03:20
beg1689and restart gdm03:20
ttuttlejbwan: Latest driver and firmware?03:20
beg1689if i run env03:20
gesusanyone know how to turn off overtype mode in open office? it's driving me fcrazy. thanks heaps.03:20
JetfighterWhat?03:20
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beg1689it is there03:20
ttuttlegesus: Press Insert.03:20
jbwanttuttle: Yes, I updated before I left the house03:20
ttuttlegesus: ;-)03:20
ttuttlejbwan: Hmm.03:20
ttuttlejbwan: Did you test the new version at home?03:20
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jbwanttuttle: Yes.03:20
gesusttuttle, sankyou !! it must be the worst feature in all word processors.03:20
ttuttlejbwan: Okay.03:20
ttuttlegesus: Yeah, I know.  I use it about once a year.03:21
beg1689env shows all the right PATH and i can run programs from the terminal but menu entries that point to them dont work, and i cant run them using alt+f203:21
AnRkeyI have 5 Ubuntu boxs now and I was wondering if anyone could suggest the best way to centralize the authentication?03:21
Annirakooh, make them into thin clients03:21
jbwanttuttle: Now my wireless is a bit more secure...requires me to type in the ssid and key. So I've never tested it on an "open" network such as here at the Ramada03:21
AnRkeyis ldap the way to go?03:21
ttuttlejbwan: Ah.03:21
ttuttlejbwan: Any other errors in dmesg after you reloaded?03:21
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sgentry6getting closer, how do I associate to a wireless router?  I can now scan and see my router, but I still can not associate to it03:22
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ttuttlesgentry6: iwconfig ethX essid "Your Wireless Network ESSID"03:22
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AlbertK!ati03:22
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:22
beg1689if it works the mac address will show up in iwconfig03:22
ttuttlejbwan: Oh!03:22
ttuttlejbwan: I thought of it!  echo 0 > /sys/bus/pci/drivers/ipw2200/*/rf_kill;03:22
cablesHey, if I were to buy a new ThinkPad, would the Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG or the ThinkPad 11a/b/g be a better choice for Linux?03:23
ttuttlejbwan: Try that.03:23
ttuttlecables: IPW3945ABG, by a landslide.03:23
beg1689394503:23
ttuttlecables: You have no clue what the other will be.03:23
AnRkeyi am a dell man myself03:23
jbwanttuttle: wha... 'ipw2200' needs updating - please use but_type methods03:23
cablesttuttle, the Intel is known to work well?03:23
beg1689im using the ipw3945 works out of the box with most distros (including ubuntu) and drivers are easy to get03:23
beg1689very well03:23
cablesnice03:23
ttuttlecables: I wouldn't say perfect, but quite a bit better than most.03:23
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sgentry6ttuttle: I had that setup, then ran ifdown wlan0, followed by iwconfig wlan0 essid "<MY_SSID>"  I still do not get an ip from my dhcp server03:23
AnRkeyi phoned dell today and they will even ship with no os for me and remove the vista price from the total03:23
jbwanttuttle: back at command prompt after your last03:23
ttuttleAnRkey: REALLY?!03:24
AnRkeyyeah03:24
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ttuttlejbwan: Okay, try iwconfig eth1 txpower on again.03:24
AnRkeyi was very impressed03:24
beg1689AnRkey awesome i should asked alienware to do that03:24
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ttuttlejbwan: (The ipw2200 has an "rf kill switch" that can be activated in hardware or software.  echoing 0 into that file tries to disable it.)03:24
joe4444what does the ehci_hcd module do?03:24
beg1689(owned by dell)03:24
sgentry6alienware was bought out by dell03:24
billya small victory.  placing vga=791 at the end of the kernel line in menu.lst places the ubuntu logo in the lower right hand corner.03:24
ttuttlejoe4444: USB 2.0, IIRC.03:24
cablesDo Core 2 Duos work well with Linux?03:24
AnRkeyit only saves me 50 though for vista business03:24
ttuttlecables: Yes.03:24
Xs142Question; I've updated from 5.04 to 6.10 now (the proper step-by-step way) and I'm curious.. Huw do I get rid of the old kernels from the bootup list?03:24
beg1689yes03:24
cablesttuttle, how well :)03:24
ttuttlecables: (Mine does.)03:24
joe4444ttuttle,  does it need to be loaded?03:25
jbwanttuttle: ahh.... I did see kill switch must be disabled...  so attempt to bring it up again?03:25
cablesDoes it support the 2 cores?03:25
ttuttlejoe4444: If you want to use usB 2.0 devices.03:25
joe4444ttuttle, when i removed it my ipod was finally recognized.... connected via usb203:25
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beg1689im using core 2 duo, ipw3945, geforce 7600, and even my spdif all work great03:25
ttuttlejoe4444: iwconfig eth1 txpower on; iwconfig eth1 essid "StupidHotelNetworkName"; dhcpcd eth1 (or your favorite dhcp client)03:25
ttuttlejoe4444: whoops03:25
ttuttlejbwan: iwconfig eth1 txpower on; iwconfig eth1 essid "StupidHotelNetworkName"; dhcpcd eth1 (or your favorite dhcp client)03:25
Jetfighterhttp://www.reyreythemonkey.com/forum/index.php?topic=637.0 How can I do that on this OS?03:25
beg1689what really suprised me is that when i plugged in a usb wifi adapter, it worked immediately03:25
ttuttlejoe4444: that's odd.03:25
cablesttuttle, can you give me an idea of how fast a Core 2 Duo I should get? What compares to a 3 ghz P4?03:25
PriceChildJetfighter, You asked us this yesterday03:26
ttuttlecables: Single-core P4?  What kind of stuff are you doing?  Some things will be 2x as fast when running on a dual-core box.03:26
joe4444ttuttle, it's the only suggestion i've found that worked... apparently it solved this problem for other ppl03:26
JetfighterI know, but I still can't do it :(03:26
PriceChildJetfighter, Install the cshell and use that. Otherwise you can't.03:26
tom47Xs142 gksudo gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst03:26
ttuttlecables: Personally, I have a T7200 (2.00 GHz, 4 MB L2 cache, 667 MHz FSB) and it kicks butt.03:26
nf4I cant seem to figure out how to get the nvidia driver installed under feisty can some one help me I had it installed and working proper befor the upgrade now it is only the "nv" driver03:26
cablesttuttle, I do image editing occasionally, but multitasking is what I really wanna have.03:26
JetfighterHow do I install the cshell, PriceChild.03:26
wick2oanyone know what is wrong with this line? append debian-installer/locale=en_US kbd-chooser/method=us preseed/file=/cdrom/custom.seed initrd=install/initrd.gz ramdisk_size=16384 root=/dev/ram rw quiet --03:26
PriceChildnf4, > #ubuntu+103:26
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PriceChildJetfighter, I don't know :)03:26
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beg1689i need help03:26
Thinkpad_Gurucables: Ubuntu is fantastic using an E660003:26
PriceChildJetfighter, And I don't particularly want to know.03:27
ttuttlecables: Good, then a 2 GHz dual-core box will *essentially* act like a 2 GHz box where you're only running one thing at once.03:27
JetfighterYou're kidding? :(03:27
beg1689yes03:27
beg1689but *up to* 4GHz03:27
ttuttlecables: On normal tasks you get maybe 10-25% speed increase.03:27
sgentry6ttuttle: did you mean to address me when talking about the iwconfig wlan0 txpower on?03:27
Xs142How do I get rid of the old kernels from the bootup list?03:27
ttuttlecables: I would say something around 2-2.5 GHz would be good.03:27
Xs142oh, sorry there03:27
cablesttuttle, I thought Pentium M, Core, and Core 2 cores were faster per ghz than p4s?03:27
ttuttlesgentry6: No, that was for jbwan.03:27
Xs142Tom47 - thanks :03:27
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ttuttlesgentry6: What was your problem again?03:27
Jetfighter!cshell03:27
Xs142:)03:27
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about cshell - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:27
mhemu!lmsensors03:28
ubotuYou might find something useful at: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SensorInstallHowto03:28
JetfighterPriceChild, please help me to find it?03:28
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sgentry6ttuttle: can't associate to my router (iwlist wlan0 scanning) shows my router, but I can not associate with it03:28
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spike723I recently ran synaptic update and it complained about packages not being signed, any ideas on this?  I'm running feisty herd03:28
Jetfighter!shell03:28
ubotuThe linux terminal or command-line interface is very powerful. Open a terminal via Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal (Gnome) or K-menu -> System -> Konsole (KDE).  Manuals: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BasicCommands03:28
beg1689so nobody knows how to add something to the PATH that gnome uses?03:28
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Jetfighter!c shell03:28
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jbwanttuttle: GENIUS!03:28
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about c shell - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:28
bruenig!info csh03:28
ubotucsh: Shell with C-like syntax, standard login shell on BSD systems. In component universe, is optional. Version 20060413-1 (edgy), package size 235 kB, installed size 384 kB03:28
Jetfighter>.<03:28
ttuttlejbwan: Did it work?03:28
bruenig!msg the bot | Jetfighter03:28
ubotuJetfighter: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (see also !Bot). Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops...03:28
Thinkpad_Gurucables My Pentium M 770 outbenches my roomate's P4 3.8 670 in many benchmarks...03:28
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Jetfighterbruenig,03:29
jbwanttuttle: Should I keep the iwconfig params for future reference so I can get it rolling tomorrow?   YES, you are a genius03:29
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ttuttleThinkpad_Guru: Pentium M FTW!!!1!1oneoneoneeleventythousand!03:29
Jetfighterbruenig, what do I need to find to install it?03:29
ttuttlejbwan: Thanks ::blush::03:29
ScorchiolioOk, I assume I did everything right. I used the wubi installer as found on http://cutlersoftware.com/ubuntusetup/wubi/en-US/index.html, it said it installed correctly03:29
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ttuttlejbwan: You should only need the echo part, and maybe the iwconfig eth1 txpower off.03:29
cablesThinkpad_Guru, that's amazing03:29
bruenigJetfighter, are you serious, sudo apt-get install csh, haven't we gone through this03:29
IndyGunFreakPriceChild: would shc work?.. for whatever jetfighter wants.03:29
ScorchiolioBut when I boot up, I get to the menu and when I push enter on Ubuntu, it goes to a blue screen with a command prompt03:29
ttuttleThinkpad_Guru: My Pentium M 735 (1.7 GHz) used to routinely beat our Pentium 4 2.4 GHz's at school.03:29
ScorchiolioIs that supposed to happen?03:29
JetfighterAgain - I didn't know it was a package03:29
PriceChildIndyGunFreak I "think" those "jokes" appear in the cshell...03:30
ttuttlejbwan: So it's working?  Cool.03:30
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JetfighterI googled it (Surprise, surprise) and there was a .dll03:30
PriceChildJetfighter, I think you should start trying to use Ubuntu for day to day tasks.03:30
IndyGunFreakPriceChild: i really don't understand what his obsession is with it, i was just curious..03:30
bruenigJetfighter, anything that is !info package, is a package and can be installed via apt-get03:30
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JetfighterOk, thanks bruenig.03:30
jbwanttuttle: Yes, thank you much. I copied the info... I shall return triumphant on a real OS!03:30
phasegenanyone try the athlon 64 x2 chip yet?  I'm thinking of buying one, and I'm looking for heads-up info...03:30
jbwan:)03:30
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IndyGunFreakPriceChild: me to actually03:30
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kdeedkanyone tried Ubuntu Ultimate GAmer Edition?03:31
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ttuttlejbwan: Cool.03:31
JetfighterI installed it...Now?03:31
koprnikusgamer edition ?03:31
bruenigJetfighter, csh03:31
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AlbertKhi, i don't get the "85" hrz option on 1600/1200. is there any way of activating it?03:31
koprnikuswhere do u get it ?03:31
JetfighterDur.03:31
IndyGunFreakPriceChild: lol, how did you do that?03:31
PriceChild/notice nick foo03:31
Thinkpad_Guruttuttle the Pentium-M uses a more efficient design than the Prescott P4's.  I like using Super-Pi for benchmarking CPU usage.  P4=39 seconds PM=35 seconds Core2duo= 26 seconds03:31
beg1689AlbertK, do you know for a fact your monitor supports it?03:31
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Jetfightermake: *** No rule to make target `fire'.  Stop. - Thats not it03:31
IndyGunFreakdid it work?03:32
AlbertKberg yeah, ofcourse, it works on lower resolutions03:32
ttuttleJetfighter: They're not real jokes, just coincidences.03:32
IndyGunFreaklol03:32
JetfighterSo you can't reproduce?03:32
PriceChildJetfighter, Seems like you can't no03:32
beg1689AlbertK, higher resolutions dont necessarily support the same refresh rates as the lower ones03:32
beg1689it may not support 85Hz at 1600x120003:32
AlbertKberg: am i able to manually activate it?03:33
ttuttleThinkpad_Guru: Which Core 2 Duo?  My T7200 gets about 29 seconds.03:33
Jetfighter% How's my lovemaking?03:33
JetfighterUnmatched '.03:33
JetfighterThat's fine with me03:33
ttuttleJetfighter: Nice.03:33
JetfighterLol03:33
AlbertKbeg1689: i'm i able to manually activate it?03:33
Thinkpad_Guruttuttle e660003:33
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ttuttleThinkpad_Guru: Nice.03:33
beg1689im sure theres a way, but i dont know it03:33
ttuttleThinkpad_Guru: Mine has a higher number in it :-b (T7200) therefore it's better03:33
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JetfighterI got a better one03:33
Jetfighter% How would you rate Bush's incomptence?03:34
JetfighterUnmatched '.03:34
AlbertKbeg1689:  k, thanks, i'll manage it after work then03:34
beg1689im on a laptop so im locked at 60Hz no matter what i do03:34
bruenig!offtopic | Jetfighter03:34
ubotuJetfighter: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!03:34
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JetfighterI know, I'm done now./03:34
JetfighterHow do I get out of csh?03:34
bruenigJetfighter, bash03:34
ttuttleJetfighter: ^D.03:34
Scorchioliook let's try again :P03:34
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PriceChildJetfighter, I'm guessint exit03:34
ttuttleJetfighter: Or exit.03:34
ScorchiolioWhen I boot into ubuntu, am I supposed to have a blue screen with a command line?03:34
ttuttleJetfighter: (^D is faster.)03:34
beg1689no03:34
Thinkpad_GuruJetfighter: since I'm off to the sandbox in the next month, and still think it's wrong, I rate bush =003:34
IndyGunFreakJetfighter: i think you should take PriceChild's advice, and just use Ubuntu for basic tasks till you get the hang of things.03:35
PeloScorchiolio,  no you are not03:35
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cablesThinkpad_Guru, is there a ThinkPad with nVidia? I can't find one in the T series, and I really don't want to have to deal with fglrx03:35
cablesAm I right that nVidia has better linux drivers?03:35
ScorchiolioHmm... I don't think I did anything wrong though03:35
bruenigsandboxes are fun except the animal feces03:35
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beg1689this is incredibly stupid, i never had this problem with other distros, i cant even add a shortcut to my gnome menu, because it cant see my path03:35
beg1689if i tell it exactly where the file is, it tries to open it in gedit03:35
Thinkpad_Gurucables Thinkpads are only confihurable with ATI card, to my knowledge03:35
bruenigbeg1689, you can add a shortcut just put the whole path03:35
beg1689^03:35
StoneNoteThinkpad_Guru, come back safe. bring the rest of your unit home with you.03:35
ttuttlebruenig: Is it marked executable?03:35
ttuttleThinkpad_Guru: And make a blog.03:36
beg1689bruenig: it works fine in fc603:36
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cablesSo what's better? the nVidia blob or the ATI fglrx blob? Anyone know?03:36
ScorchiolioHas anyone else had that problem with Wubi?03:36
Scorchiolio*The newest one*03:36
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beg1689blob?03:36
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cables!blob | beg168903:36
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about blob - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:36
bruenigbeg1689, that is another setting, I think in nautilus or somewhere else that will try to open scripts or anything else in gedit by default03:36
Thinkpad_GuruStoneNote Thanks, it's hard believing in something when you've been lied to for so long..03:36
bruenigbeg1689, you need to change that03:36
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beg1689but that doesnt explain why it doesnt see my PATH03:37
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whtvrrobdoes anyone in here have vmware working properly with edgy?03:37
Goliat1Has anyone tried to run Tomboy on Edgy?  It's not in the menu, and when I try to run it manually I get errors about not finding gnome-sharp.03:37
bruenigbeg1689, did /etc/environment not work03:37
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beg1689nope03:37
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beg1689if i open a terminal it does03:37
beg1689but gnome still doesnt see it03:37
StoneNoteThinkingMan, you're preaching to the choir. :) but it's not about them.  it's about y'all coming back safely. do your job. stay alive.03:37
bruenigbeg1689, did you updatedb03:37
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bruenigbeg1689, I think but am not sure that updatedb after the /etc/environment change would be necessary03:38
whtvrrobGoliatl: i'm running linuxmint 2.02 which is build based off of edgy and it's running tomboy, it was by default, but that means it should work03:38
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beg1689doing it now03:38
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beg1689doesnt change anything03:38
Thinkpad_GuruStoneNote Your absolutely right in that respect, I appreciate your support :)03:38
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bruenigbeg1689, why would it open in gedit if you just put the path03:39
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StoneNoteThinkingMan, anytime.03:39
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bruenigbeg1689, unless it isn't executable or something, but even then I would assume that it just wouldn't do anything03:39
beg1689Failed to execute child process "program-trying-to-run" (No such file or directory)03:39
landohello03:39
whtvrrobCan anybody help me get my vmware working?03:39
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Goliat1whtvrrob, did tomboy just work for you out of the box?03:39
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landoim having some video card issues03:39
jbwanahhhhhhhh03:40
whtvrrobGoliatl: yep, wish i had configured it so i could tell you how i did it03:40
StoneNoteThinkpad_Guru, anytime03:40
Goliat1whtvrrob, any idea where else I could go for help?  Not finding much thru google.03:40
bruenigbeg1689, what if instead you cd into the directory and do ./whatever03:40
beg1689hmm it does do nothing03:40
beg1689i dont need to cd03:40
bruenigbeg1689, try it03:40
beg1689in a terminal i can just type the command anywhere, it works03:41
landoI can't get 3d games to run smoothly03:41
beg1689my path is right, i checked in env03:41
bruenigit's fixed?03:41
beg1689no03:41
bruenigbeg1689> in a terminal i can just type the command anywhere, it works03:41
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beg1689in gnome, it doesnt work03:41
beg1689alt+f203:41
beg1689menu entries03:41
whtvrrobGoliatl, so you have done apt-get install tomboy ?03:41
beg1689shortcuts03:41
landoand google earth is reaaly slow can sum1 help me out ive gone through several HOWtos and nothing :(03:41
beg1689what video card03:41
bruenigbeg1689, well for the shortcut, do cd ~/wherever && ./whatever03:41
mhemulando, upgrade your video card  :-P03:41
bruenigbeg1689, just for fun03:41
beg1689ok ill try03:42
landoim on a laptop03:42
landointegrated 945 chipset03:42
cimentais there any file manager ala norton commander?03:42
mhemulando, you're pretty much screwed then....03:42
beg1689failed to execute child process "cd"03:42
Goliat1whtvrrob, I was trying to get that to work on Dappper, and was having lots of problems.  Had to install lots of stuff and just getting different errors every time.  I upgraded the Edgy because Tomboy was supposed to work.03:42
bruenigwhat03:42
landohmm i dont wanna go back to windows :(03:42
bruenigbeg1689, are you sure that this directory exists03:42
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beg1689yes03:42
beg1689it works in a termina03:43
cablesDoes anyone use a System76 here?03:43
beg1689everything does03:43
beg1689gnome is being crap03:43
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beg1689also worked under gnome in other distros03:43
bruenigbeg1689, ok but in terminal just typing it works you say03:43
beg1689yes03:43
whtvrrobGoliatl, my only suggestion would be installing it with Synaptic, and then it should work from terminal to just run tomboy03:43
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mhemulando, i don't remember if the 945 chipset shares it's ram with the system memory, but if it does you can try upgrading with more ram and then allocating more ram to video03:43
Goliat1whtvrrob, thanks!!03:44
landoi ran a test under a intel app i downloaded and it says direct rendering: disabled03:44
whtvrrobGoliatl, anytime, let me know if it works03:44
Aikenhow do you find what packages depend on a particular package?03:44
bruenigbeg1689, weird, maybe it doesn't like the ~, perhaps if you cd /home/username/wherever03:44
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landoand if i use the glxinfo |grep direct03:44
lando command it says its enabled :-s03:44
beg1689works03:44
beg1689but why doesnt gnome like ~ piece of crap03:45
mhemulando, i have no idea about that stuff. maybe bruenig can help with that03:45
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bruenigwow shots in the dark working is always fun03:45
joe4444does ubuntu come preconfigured with iptables?03:45
landomhemu, no worries thanks :-)03:45
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beg1689i think so03:45
joe4444i've forwarded a port for Azureus but it still won't pass the test03:45
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joe4444...and i can't find the iptables config file03:46
joe4444it's not in the same place as it is in CentOS03:46
AikenI want to know what packages depened on network-manager03:46
lkthomas_hmm03:46
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cafuego_iptables config file?03:46
tom47joe4444: no it does not come with iptables installed03:47
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cafuego_tom47: It does.03:47
bruenigjoe4444, yes it does03:47
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beg1689it does03:47
cafuego_tom47: It just uses a different system to store the rules.03:47
joe4444bruenig, where is the config file?03:47
chorseAiken: what installed package?03:47
bruenigjoe4444, I don't think iptables has configuration files as that would be unsecure, I think you can only add rules and stuff via the iptables command03:47
beg1689if im not mistaken, firestarter is a gui for configuring such things?03:47
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Aikenchorse yes03:47
cafuego_joe4444: There is no config file. You create ules, then store them using iptables-save and you use iptables-restore to load 'em back in.03:47
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lkthomas_haha, I am wondering if it is ok to run ubuntu as file and printer server with 128M RAM only03:48
chorseAiken: simulate its removal,  sudo apt-get remove -s network-manager03:48
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tom47cafuego ty you learn something new ev day ....03:48
joe4444i've configured iptables with a config file in CentOS... if there is no config file, then where are the rules stored, and how can i view them to see if the port i'm trying to use with Azureus is blocked?03:48
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joe4444...maybe "rules file" not "config file"03:49
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chorselkthomas_: 128MB ram are quite a lot :)03:49
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bruenigjoe4444, the rules are in /lib/iptables but they aren't decipherable as plain text03:49
joe4444bruenig, ok then how do i view them?03:49
nfearnleyI'm trying to compile a program that requires kde 2.x libraries. Which apt package would I need to install?03:50
bruenigjoe4444, using the iptables commands which I am not familiar with03:50
cafuego_lkthomas_: As file/print 64 Mb will be fine,. you can probably get away with 32 even03:50
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cafuego_joe4444: 'sudo iptables -L'03:50
bruenigI just tend to use firestarter03:50
Aikenchorse, chased it back to kubuntu-desktop  thanks03:50
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whtvrrobdoes anyone know how to configue vmware-server for edgy?03:50
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cafuego_joe4444: Of course, there are no rules until you add them.03:50
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joe4444cafuego, yeah that appears to be the case... so why can't Azureus pass the test?  i forwarded the proper port in my router03:51
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=== cafuego_ shrugs. No idea
wick2oanyone know what is wrong with this line? append debian-installer/locale=en_US kbd-chooser/method=us preseed/file=/cdrom/custom.seed initrd=install/initrd.gz ramdisk_size=16384 root=/dev/ram rw quiet --03:51
cafuego_can you telnet to the azureus port on the local IP?03:52
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rootnodehi03:52
stonarmusicanyone know how to fix the red line in Evolution's calendar view, mine is one hour behind now03:52
bruenig!hi | rootnode03:52
uboturootnode: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!03:52
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lkthomas_cafuego, the min amount of RAM we got is 12803:53
unshadeAhem03:53
unshadeI've installed Ubuntu through Wubi, and I get a blue screen. Have I done something wrong?03:53
bruenigwubi03:53
mhemudoes anyone know how i can compile the current working nvidia drivers into the edgy live cd/dvd so that i don't have to use the vesa driver through hacks to get it working on my main machine?03:54
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Xenguy!wubi03:54
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about wubi - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:54
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Xenguyneither do I03:54
joe4444cafuego, not really familiar with telnet... would that be "telnet localhost:port" ?03:54
K3nto!mount03:54
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in Gnome under Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For Edgy, see !fstab and !DiskMounter03:54
rootnodeshort question: i'm on 6.06.1. i want to upgrade to 7.04. if I do this directly, could it crash my system very hard? or should i first upgrade to 6.10 and from there to 7.04?03:54
bruenigwubi sounds made up03:54
K3nto!DiskMounter03:54
ubotuTo view your Windows/Mac partitions see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions - See also !fuse03:54
K3ntohmmm. mounting an iso...03:54
bruenig!iso03:54
ubotuTo 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.03:54
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bimberijoe4444: telnet host port     (no :)03:54
cafuego_sudo mount -o loop ./foo.iso /mnt/bar03:55
joe4444cafuego, connected03:55
Xenguy!nvidia > mhemu03:55
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cafuego_joe4444: blame the router then03:55
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unshadeorly03:55
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unshadehttp://cutlersoftware.com/ubuntusetup/wubi/en-US/index.html03:55
unshade^Wubi03:55
bruenigXenguy, that isn't going to tell him how to compile it into the live cd03:55
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Ottomanyhow do I open asl files in Ubuntu?03:55
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lkthomas_why ubuntu don't use first su to root at all ?03:55
justin___rootnode: I would say that you are better off doing the upgrade from 6.06, for one reason.. edgy was buggy at the start for some who installed it.03:55
NickCzcan someone help me with GRUB03:55
Flannel!sudo | lkthomas_03:56
ubotulkthomas_: sudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.03:56
mhemubruenig, what/where will ? :D03:56
lkthomas_NickCz, yeah ?03:56
bruenig!customlivecd | mhemu wow didn't think they had this03:56
ubotumhemu wow didn't think they had this: Creating custom Live CDs is explained on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization03:56
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rootnodejustin___: thx03:56
=== joe4444 blames Azureus... guess i'll get wine and use uTorrent again
lkthomas_Flannel, isn't it's safer to su into root ?03:56
bimberi!uck03:56
Flannelbruenig: there's also a wiki page for custom alt CD too03:56
ubotuUCK is a tool that helps you customise official Ubuntu Live CDs (including Kubuntu/Xubuntu and Edubuntu) to your needs. See http://uck.sourceforge.net/03:56
NickCzi can't get it to show up and boot03:56
Xenguyunshade: I noticed the question in the FAQ "Is Wubi officially supported by Ubuntu?"03:56
Flannellkthomas_: no.  That page gives the benefits of using sudo over root.03:56
mhemubruenig, thanks03:56
tom47joe4444 bittorrent seems to work without portforwarding03:56
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NickCzlkthomas i load ubuntu on my sata drive and then reboot and GRUB doesn't show up03:57
Ottomanyhow do I open asl files in Ubuntu?03:57
bruenigtom47, it will always work, you will just get lower speed03:57
Evan_does ubuntu come with irc?03:57
XenguyEvan_: sure03:57
tom47bruenig aha03:57
bruenigEvan_, gaim if you count that03:57
XenguyEvan_: see xchat, or irssi03:57
mbacnope, we're all ircing from non-ubuntu systems03:57
XenguyEvan_: xchat by default IIRC03:57
cimentaI got 160GB usb hdd. linux shows me that I got 51GB free space and 147used space. it's on FAT32. any idea?03:57
tom47bruenig works as fast as my adsl link allows already03:57
bruenighe meant by default I am sure03:58
lkthomas_hmm03:58
joe4444tom47, yeah but bittorent only allows 1 d/l at a time... options are very limited03:58
tom47joe4444 ok03:58
Evan_thanks xenguy and bruenig03:58
joe4444i can't even look up the port bittorent uses =/03:58
i3ooi3oois this channel on Freenode ?03:58
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NickCzlkthomas_ i load ubuntu on my sata drive and then reboot and GRUB doesn't show up03:58
Flanneli3ooi3oo: yes03:58
XenguyEvan_: yw03:58
i3ooi3oolol thats funny03:58
joe4444i3ooi3oo, didn't you connect to freenode to get here?03:58
Xenguyi3ooi3oo: yup03:58
FlannelNickCz: What HD did you install grub to?03:58
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mbacnickcz, can your bios boot off of SATAs?  also boot ordering03:58
i3ooi3oocame here then saw the ubuntu server so i left and when there lol03:59
bruenigprobably using some softy client which doesn't tell him03:59
NickCzi checked the boot order and all that03:59
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Madpiloti3ooi3oo, yes, irc.ubuntu.com forwards to freenode03:59
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cimenta!mp3 > cimenta03:59
Ubuntorhow do I open asl files in Ubuntu?03:59
FlannelNickCz: and, GRUB is installed to the MBR that's your boot drive?03:59
i3ooi3oothats cool i guess it give people the chance to find it easier04:00
NickCzif i am installing ubuntu to "sda" then i should put "sda"  for where to install grub04:00
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i3ooi3ooi got a problem thou04:00
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lkthomasdoes anyone using cups ? is it possible to let cups to upload printer driver to windows ?04:00
i3ooi3oowith mis matched nvidia drives04:00
mbacnickcz, do you have non-SATA drives?04:00
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i3ooi3oo*drivers04:00
NickCznot in my system04:00
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FlannelNickCz: If it's sda, you put sda, unless you're talking to grub, then it's hd004:01
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mbacyeah, what flannel said, then04:01
wick2oanyone know what is wrong with this line? append debian-installer/locale=en_US kbd-chooser/method=us preseed/file=/cdrom/custom.seed initrd=install/initrd.gz ramdisk_size=16384 root=/dev/ram rw quiet --04:01
oggycan anyone please direct me to a beryl install script04:01
Flanneloggy: #ubuntu-effects for beryl support04:01
omegabetaQuestion : I have deleted the X login manager (gdm) entirely, but found that it was not something I planned on keeping - How do i reinstall it?04:01
i3ooi3ooused the Nvidia driver installer which updated xsystem fine but the kernel is still running the other version04:01
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wick2oim having quite the hard time getting these first few options preseeded04:01
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i3ooi3oooggy : http://www.biodesign.com.ar/blog/?p=1604:02
NickCzmbac so i put hd0 for the grub installation04:02
K3nto!unmount04:02
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about unmount - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:02
Xenguy!umount04:02
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about umount - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:02
Xenguybah04:02
K3ntohow do you unmount an iso?04:02
bieb!mount04:02
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in Gnome under Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For Edgy, see !fstab and !DiskMounter04:02
FlannelK3nto: umount is the command, not unmount04:02
dimaswhy when i try to open a tv channel on the internet the Totem program says that there is no file sets to manage IRC04:02
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K3ntook04:02
oggyi got nvidia04:02
dimasanyone can help me?04:03
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i3ooi3ooGood deal oggy04:03
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Crescendognome-terminal won't start - it loads for a second, then disappears.  Any ideas?04:04
i3ooi3ooanyone know how i can check the kernel module version for my nvidia04:04
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unshadelol fff04:05
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dimasthis looks like a telex to me04:05
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i3ooi3oowhat dimas ? irc ???04:05
hivemindHey. How can I check what version glibc is?04:05
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NickCzFlannel so at the very end of the install i should put hd0 for where GRUB will be installed even though i have no IDE drive04:05
dimasyes please....04:05
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FlannelNickCz: yes, hd0 is sda04:05
mbacdimas, welcome to the future04:06
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dimaslol04:06
dimasthanks04:06
FlannelNickCz: Well, usually.  (depends on your BIOS)04:06
dimasim glad tought04:06
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mbacneat04:06
Xenguydummy04:06
dimaswas tire of microsoft04:06
r0bbyHAHA that was the lamest flood I have ever seen.04:06
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Xs142Anyone know of a good program for recording with a midi studio controller?04:06
hivemindHey. How can I check what version glibc is? (Via apt?)04:07
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NickCzFlannel: in my bios it says my sda is on my sata2 primary04:07
Scorchioliolol Aile04:07
techie_Can anybody help? I am trying to use either "Sound Recorder" or "Audacity" to record voice audio. However, neither one gives me the voice recording instead I get beeps or silence. Can anybody tell me the correct sound combinations etc to set these programs up? Thaniks.04:07
NickCzso would i put hd104:07
Xenguyhivemind: dpkg -l libc6  ?04:07
Flannelhivemind: apt-cache show libc604:07
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mbachivemind, dpkg --status libc604:07
pchildsHello everybody. Isnt it a lovely evening? Finally got edgy to setup and load with no problems.04:07
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mbachaha 3 different commands? that's it?04:07
dimasi belleiveits this scrips im seen should problably looks diferent to you guys04:07
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NickCzFlannel: so would i put hd104:07
Flannelmbac: either04:08
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Aileo.o04:08
Flannelmbac: mine does it via apt (so you needn't necessarily have the package installed), the dpkg ones only work on installed files04:08
AileROCK ON04:08
Aile:>04:08
XenguyTIMTOWTDI !04:08
Flannelmbac: but, they all work just as well.04:08
mbacwe can come up with a few more, ls -la /lib/libc-*04:08
Kikkoman:>04:08
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Sonic_13anyone know ho to get ubuntu under 650mb?04:08
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FlannelSonic_13: On the CD? or04:08
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FlannelMadpilot ping04:09
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Sonic_13yeah, so i can put it on a 650mb cd and not a 700mb cd04:09
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XenguyFlannel: and if you don't have libc6 installed you are in trouble ;-)04:09
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cafuego_!ops04:09
ubotuHelp! Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Burgundavia, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos, tonyyarusso, PriceChild or Amaranth04:09
Flannel!ops04:09
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beg1689how do you ignore someone on irc...04:09
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wick2oyou can still buy 650mb cds?04:09
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AileYou can't/04:09
wick2o./ignore04:09
cafuego_beg1689: /ignore <nickname> all04:09
AlbertK-> /ingore nick04:09
mandrivaoi alam04:09
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stonarmusicsomone call a mod04:09
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Aileingore04:09
Ailelol04:09
Sonic_13i want to install ubuntu on an old pc that's cd-rom drive can only read 650mb cd's04:09
mandrivaqueria muito saber cmo faco pra ouvir musica aqui no unbuntu04:09
wick2ostonarmusic,  why? just use ignore04:09
AlbertKhi, i searched the internet, but i didn't find appropriate answers: is there any way of getting grafical interface to costumize the taskbars like in kde?04:09
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cafuego_!es | mandriva04:10
ubotumandriva: Si busca ayuda en Espaol por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, all obtendr mas ayuda.04:10
beg1689right click the taskbar04:10
Aile:(04:10
wick2o /ignore unshade ALL04:10
dimasthis goes too fast...lol...danm!04:10
i3ooi3oowhere would the kernel modules be04:10
FlannelSonic_13: a CD drive that can only read 650, eh?  Interesting.  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallCDCustomization04:10
dimaslol04:10
techie_So, I gather that by the silence, no one here knows the sound combination setup for either one of the sound programs I have asked for help!!!04:10
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AileYou banned my boo. ;_;04:10
AlbertKbeg1689:  but it's very poor :(04:10
AileThough um...04:10
Crescendognome-terminal won't start - it loads for a second, then disappears.  Any ideas?04:10
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Ailehe did flood04:10
Xenguybeg1689: /ignore -replies -time 1800  <- will ignore a lamer for 30 minutes (example)04:10
FlannelSonic_13: You'll need to use that to remove some packages, remove ones that aren't installed by default.04:10
Ailebut whatev.04:10
beg1689what do you need to change?04:10
Aile:(04:10
mbacwhoa, what's the /lib/tls/ directory for?04:10
cafuego_your boo?04:10
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Sonic_13i'll check that out Flannel04:10
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Sonic_13thanks04:10
Xs142Funny enough, we can thank Beethoven for the silly size of the olds cds...04:10
AileMAH BOO.04:10
dimasany body from caracas here?04:10
AlbertKbeg1689:  the range, position04:11
FlannelSonic_13: that might reference the "install CD", it means (in modern lingo) the "Alternate CD"04:11
cafuego_You *know* that moron?04:11
FlannelSonic_13: oh, actually, you know what.04:11
Flannel!minimal | Sonic_1304:11
ubotuSonic_13: The Minimal CD image is very small in size, and it downloads most packages from the Internet during installation, allowing you to select only those you want (the installer is like the one on the !Alternate CD). See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/MinimalCD04:11
FlannelSonic_13: that one's 8MB or so04:11
AileYes and he's not a moron.04:11
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cafuego_Can you kick it in the head for me?04:11
Sonic_13i'll try that04:11
AileNope.04:11
omegabetaHow do you reinstall a login manager, currently I just boot in to the frambuffer but i want the funky X login back? any ideas?04:11
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AileViolence hurts04:11
cafuego_that's the idea ;-)04:12
beg1689cant change that afaik04:12
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FlannelSonic_13: also, if you want to get creative, you cna do netinstalls and other stuff, see help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/ for tons of methods04:12
Sonic_13ok04:12
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wick2oanyone know what is wrong with this line? append debian-installer/locale=en_US kbd-chooser/method=us preseed/file=/cdrom/custom.seed initrd=install/initrd.gz ramdisk_size=16384 root=/dev/ram rw quiet --04:12
FlannelSonic_13: but, minimal CD requires the least amount of work ;)04:12
Sonic_13ok04:12
AileHe usually has a reason for these things...04:12
wick2oFlannel,  any tips on preseeding and such? i cant seem to get these first few options to "preseed"04:12
tom47!sound | techie04:12
ubotutechie: 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 !MP304:12
dimasso glad i have linux man...04:12
Sonic_13let me grab a blank cd to try it04:12
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Sonic_13afk04:12
AileI dunno what it is but it must be a valid reason.04:12
tracyhey - im having a problem, i need to know the command to find out what processes are running (i know 2 i need to look at specifically.. programs).. and the kill all command.. things are running super slow on my machine. programs im using are greying out and comming back, major lag, etc..04:13
AileCause he pwns04:13
i3ooi3ooflannel : Got any idea where i sould look to see if my modules are linked wrong ?04:13
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cafuego_I don't see how any reason would be a good excuse for notice spamming a channel with 1000 people.04:13
beg1689well this is stupid04:13
wick2oSonic_13,  i just did that whole installCdcustomization bassed off of that page...its some pretty good instructions04:13
Xs142What on earth does it mean that I'm running on an X server....?04:13
beg1689apparently theres no way to get gnome to recognize custom PATH or even ~04:13
Sonic_13ok04:13
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bruenig!xserver04:13
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about xserver - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:13
bruenig!x04:13
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/FixVideoResolutionHowto04:13
mbactracy, if stuff's slowing down your machine, try the top command to see what the top consumers of resources are04:13
AileWell, be that as it may. He's gone so I'm off~04:13
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Ailecya04:13
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bushblowsthe bot that sits in here, is it an eggdrop?04:14
cafuego_bushblows: no04:14
mbacyou can use  kill -9 to forcibly terminate anything you don't like if you knows its pid04:14
Xs142bruenid: Fair enough, but how do I turn it off?04:14
bruenigbushblows, pretty sure it is custom04:14
bruenigXs142, you don't want to turn it off unless you don't want a graphical interface04:14
Thinkpad_GuruI am using aiglx/beryl, and I am having a problem with video playback,  I had glx/compiz on my fedora core 6 desktop, and I remembered an onption to render the video through X, and it fixed the problem.  For the life of me I can't remember how I did it.  Any takers?04:14
bushblowscool, but damn04:14
bushblowsok thanks04:14
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i3ooi3ooXS142 installing a driver ?04:14
Xs142bruenig: That's exactly what I want to do04:14
Xs142i3ooi3oo: yep04:14
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bruenigThinkpad_Guru, #ubuntu-effects04:14
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bruenigXs142, sudo /etc/init.d/gdm stop probably04:15
Xs142Well, here goes nothing I suppose04:15
beg1689bye :)04:15
i3ooi3ooctrl -alt f1 -> "killall gdm" works04:15
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Thinkpad_Gurubruenig, thanks I will check ask that channel04:15
KikkomanBah04:15
techie_anyone, what's the command line for registering your nickname here?04:15
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AndrewLifeI'm trying to install kernel drivers for my ati card, following the guide I got from the bot, but when I type do 'sudo apt-get linux-amd64-k8' it says it can't find the package.04:16
Flannel!register | techie_04:16
ubotutechie_: Information about registering your Freenode nick is at http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#contents-userregistration04:16
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KikkomanI do  need some help so I may just post it04:16
Differ /msg NickServ register *password*04:16
techie_Flannel, thanks.04:16
ardchoilletechie_: /msg nickserv help register04:16
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renquantaWhy does Ubuntu have different apt servers?  (dapper, edgy, breezy, etc)04:16
i3ooi3oo. /msg nickserv help04:16
bruenigrenquanta, for the different versions04:16
cafuego_AndrewLife: I'd say the howto is incorrect. You need fglrx and the restricted-modules stuff.04:17
bruenigrenquanta, dapper is for the dapper release, edgy is for the edgy release, etc.04:17
Xs142renquanta: That's version 5.04 - 6.10....04:17
dimasffg04:17
ardchoillerenquanta: For example, I use Ubuntu Dapper.. many folks use Ubuntu Edgy04:17
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renquantagotcha...my install is using edgy.  If I see a package I like in a different server, should I add it to my /etc/apt/sources.list, or will that make my system unstable over time?04:17
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gobanFailed to start Volume Control: Failed to execute child process "gnome-volume-control" (No such file or directory)04:17
AndrewLifecafuego: Are you sure? I don't want to mess anything up...04:17
gobanwhy would the above happen?04:17
bruenigrenquanta, bad idea04:17
Kikkoman When I boot Ubuntu, I get a blue screen with a non-functioning command prompt. I know this isn't supposed to happen. What can I do about this?04:17
bruenigKikkoman, bsod04:18
KikkomanHmm04:18
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ardchoillerenquanta: I don't think you'll find that.. I think as the versions get higher, the repos for that version are better than previous versions.04:18
gobanKikkoman, x is failing to start i think04:18
i3ooi3ookikkoman xserver failed ?04:18
renquantabruenig:  gotcha.04:18
KikkomanI don't know04:18
KikkomanI'm really knew to Ubuntu04:18
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KikkomanDo I have to type something in?04:18
gobanWhen i hit properties on the volume control i get this Failed to start Volume Control: Failed to execute child process "gnome-volume-control" (No such file or directory), help please?04:18
i3ooi3oowas it working before ?04:18
KikkomanLike "sudo xserver" something04:18
KikkomanNo04:18
renquantaardchoille:  one example - I like tightvnc, but it's only available in dapper?04:19
KikkomanIt does the same thing every time I boot it04:19
i3ooi3ooinstalled when ?04:19
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Kikkomantoday ^^04:19
pyrotixat what point in the boot do yout get the blue?04:19
i3ooi3ooor trying to still ?04:19
renquantaXs142:  thanks, btw.04:19
pyrotixdid it ever boot properly?04:19
KikkomanNo it hasn't.04:19
gobanKikkoman, if you havnt done alot yet and your stuff isbacked up, maybe just reinstall?04:19
ardchoille!tightvnc04:19
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about tightvnc - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:19
ardchoille!tightvnc dapper04:19
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about tightvnc dapper - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:19
Kikkomanthe blue comes up after a window that says "Detecting hardware" or something to that effect04:20
omegabetaHow do you reinstall a login manager, currently I just boot in to the frambuffer but i want the funky X login back? any ideas?04:20
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Hirvinen!info tightvnc04:20
ubotuPackage tightvnc does not exist in edgy, edgy-backports, edgy-seveas04:20
pyrotix!pastebin04:20
ardchoillerenquanta: That app doesn't appear to be in the dapper repos04:20
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)04:20
renquantahttp://packages.ubuntu.com/dapper/source/tightvnc04:20
KikkomanSo is there something I can do about it?04:20
techie_Flannel any idea why I keep on getting incorrect password..... when trying to identify. I am using /msg NickServ Identify Password04:20
KikkomanBecause it took such a long time04:20
Kikkomanto install*04:20
renquantaHirvinen, ubotu:  thanks04:21
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ardchoille!info tightvnc dapper04:21
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ubotuPackage tightvnc does not exist in dapper04:21
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ardchoillerenquanta: That's odd04:21
K3ntohow can i add files to an iso04:21
renquanta...so why is the website out of sync with the irc bot?04:21
Kikkoman:\ Well?04:21
Xs142Ok, ctrl+alt+F1 didn't help much.. Installer still claimed X server was running...04:21
K3ntoer. make an iso..04:21
Hirvinenrenquanta: You do realize that ubotu is just a bot?04:21
renquantad'oh04:21
Kikkoman I still haven't had my question answered :P04:21
K3nto!iso04:21
ubotuTo 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.04:21
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Xs142Other was to fully eliminate the X?04:22
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Xs142ways*04:22
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KikkomanMaybe you just forgot04:23
KikkomanWhat can I do about the BSOD?04:23
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bruenigKikkoman, the problem is hard to identify and seeing as you can't even boot into a prompt would be even harder to solve, a fresh install might be in the works04:23
techie_Anybody here knows how to set sound configuration for any of the sound programs?04:24
gobanWhen i hit properties on the volume control i get this Failed to start Volume Control: Failed to execute child process "gnome-volume-control" (No such file or directory), help please?04:24
KikkomanOh no04:24
KikkomanI have a prompt04:24
jbwanKikkoman: don't use Windows?04:24
ardchoilleWhat is the correct syntax to use the find command to find /tar/bz2 files and then chmod them all 644?04:24
jbwan:)04:24
KikkomanI don't know what to do while I'm at the prompt though04:24
techie_I would like to record voice via microphone input using Sound Recorder....04:24
KikkomanDo I have to do some sort of sudo thing?04:24
renquantaok, thanks all.  G'night04:24
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bruenigardchoille, something like find . -iname .tar.bz2 -exec chmod 644 {} \;04:24
gobansudo make -thedamnthingwork04:25
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Kikkoman:D04:25
K3ntoanybody know how to make an iso?04:25
KikkomanIn Ubuntu?04:25
ardchoillebruenig: Thank you :)04:25
KikkomanOr Windows?04:25
K3ntoyes04:25
KikkomanAh04:25
K3ntoion ubuntu04:25
K3ntojust from a bunch of files04:25
bruenigk31th, from what, I can do it from a mpg file into a dvd file04:25
KikkomanWell, I would help, except nobody can tell me what to do at the command prompt :P04:25
pyrotixI was trying to configure the dyndns ip redirect mentioned in the wiki, http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Ubuntu_Edgy#How_to_assign_Hostname_to_local_machine_with_dynamic_IP_using_free_DynDNS_service , and when I run sudo sh /etc/ppp/ip-up.d/dyndns_update.sh it returns http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10135/ I don't know where to find the make.dat file it suggests deleting, and I don't remember running into this when going through this in04:25
pyrotixfeisty. Any help guys? I've been trying to find out what to do for a week (my internet was sort of down for that week but that doesn't matter ;).)04:26
bruenigK3nto, oh like a data cd iso04:26
K3ntoyes04:26
brueniggood question04:26
bruenigK3nto, probably some long mkisofs command04:26
K3ntomkisofs /path/to/direcorty/with/movies -o my.iso04:26
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cavemanhello04:27
bruenigK3nto, does that work?04:27
bruenig!hi | caveman04:27
rbilKikkoman: try this ... sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg04:27
ubotucaveman: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!04:27
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cavemanthanks04:27
KikkomangOk04:28
KikkomanOk*04:28
bruenig!thanks | caveman04:28
KikkomanThanks04:28
ubotucaveman: You're welcome! But keep in mind I'm just a bot ;-)04:28
cavemanoh04:28
rbilKikkoman: then start GDM ... /etc/init.d/gdm start04:28
cavemanim used to yahoo04:28
cavemanim new to ubuntu04:28
bruenigdidn't realize yahoo was an OS04:28
cavemanlmao04:28
KikkomanThank you rbill04:28
rbilKikkoman: if running KDE ... /etc/init.d/kdm start04:28
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Gostosao_daquiserver irc.brasnet.org04:29
Kikkoman-l04:29
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KikkomanWhat do you mean by "if running KDE"?04:29
K3ntosweeeeeet04:29
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K3ntoim never switching from linux04:29
rbilKikkoman: are u running Ubuntu or Kubuntu? the first uses gdm the latter kdm04:30
KikkomanUbuntu04:30
cavemanfrom what ive seen i wish i would have came to linux a long time ago04:30
K3ntoKikkoman: what are you trying to do?04:30
rbilKikkoman: ok then ... sudo /etc/init.d/gdm start04:30
DARKGuy < caveman> im used to yahoo04:30
DARKGuy23:28 < caveman> im new to ubuntu04:30
DARKGuy < caveman> im used to yahoo04:30
DARKGuy23:28 < caveman> im new to ubuntu04:30
DARKGuy < caveman> im used to yahoo04:30
DARKGuy23:28 < caveman> im new to ubuntu04:30
K3ntocaveman: i know!04:30
KikkomanI'm trying to get the thing to work04:30
DARKGuyahhh04:30
Xs142What's the difference between GDM and KDM anyways?04:30
DARKGuycrap04:30
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DARKGuysorry guys x.x04:30
bruenigXs142, one is for gnome and one is for kde, I will let you guess04:30
KikkomanCan Ubuntu run Blackbox?04:31
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DARKGuyKikkoman: yes04:31
KikkomanBecause it it my favorite windows shell04:31
Kikkoman:D04:31
KikkomanYay04:31
DARKGuyKikkoman: fluxbox, too04:31
Kikkoman:o04:31
Xs142bruenig: I installed Ubuntu for the first time about 4 hours ago and I've been updating since then, that's how far my Linux knowledge go... So, that didn't help :P04:31
cavemanare there any chat clients that have voice for abuntu04:32
bruenigXs142, gnome and kde are desktop environments, wikipedia them04:32
Xs142Roger Wilco04:32
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K3ntoXs142: how are you liking it04:32
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i3ooi3oois there a way to see if a file has a symlink04:32
bruenigi3ooi3oo, to see if something is symlinking to it?04:33
i3ooi3ooyes04:33
Xs142" A gnome hiding behind a toadstool." .... That's not it..04:33
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sdistefanohi people04:33
cavemanhello04:33
sdistefanomy X server doesn't accept remote requestts04:34
sdistefanodid xhost +04:34
K3ntocaveman: are you in gaim?04:34
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Xs142K3nto: I don't know yet, I'm still unsure why on earth I installed it at all. Somewhere along the line I thought it would be better for audio production, but then I realized I know nothing about any programs to use so.. Well :P04:34
sdistefanoand changed stuff in kdm04:34
cavemanim not sure04:34
K3ntoi thought it had support for vouce04:34
cavemani thought it was irc04:34
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cavemangaim doesnt04:34
sdistefanoand ssh -X04:34
i3ooi3oobruenig: ? ? ?04:35
bruenigi3ooi3oo, I don't know, I am looking04:35
K3ntoXs142: have people told you about the AppDBs that come with ubuntu04:35
cavemanwell maby i didnt find it yet04:35
arrenlexLinux takes well over a minute to boot. Even taking into account show-desktop-first-and-keep-booting trickery, Windows takes 30, maybe 45s tops. Any helpful hints?04:35
i3ooi3ooko np sorry04:35
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Xs142K3nto: No one has told me anything, apart from bruenig here answering my odd and horrible questions..04:35
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cavemani thought i new comp i sure was wrong there04:36
bruenigXs142, well ubuntuforums.org is a good place04:36
shatratarrenlex, you rarely have to reboot.  also, you could try getting suspend going for when you need to power down.04:36
i3ooi3ooarrenlex what windows os take only 30s to boot fully ?04:36
K3ntoXs142: in ubuntu, there is a built in database of all the most popular applications. simply check off the ones you want or dont want04:36
JWHow do I tell FireFox in Ubuntu how to use a different application when opening media files?04:36
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Xs142bruenig: It's half past four in the morning.. I'm not in the mood for forums right now ;)04:36
arrenlexshatrat: I'm one of those crazy madmen who turn their computers off when they're not actually using them.04:36
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arrenlexi3ooi3oo: xp04:37
bruenigXs142, in the future though, you can search too for stuff, there is so much there, nearly anything you can think of has been answered04:37
K3ntoXs142: you=me a week ago. i had a week without school04:37
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fokusleehi just to clear things up i m using 64bit OS on amd64 but amd64 is 32bit compatible that means i can dpkg force-architecture install 32bit democracyTV and be ok rite?04:37
cavemandoes abuntu have its own zip file opener04:37
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i3ooi3oosorry no.. it is still loading service in the background04:37
Xs142bruenig: But why, when I have you? ;)04:37
shatratarrenlex, well, I respect your right to be bonkers like that.  Check out suspend04:37
bruenigXs142, yeah you can be the new jetfighter (a reference you wont get).04:37
shatratJW, its in the firefox preferences under the Content tab.04:37
K3ntocaveman: yes04:37
arrenlexfokuslee: It won't be okay, because you don't have the 32-bit libraries for your 32-bit player.04:38
Xs142K3nto: I have 7 years ahead of me without school, but I'm not sure I'm motivated enough as I have stuff working in windows as it is :P04:38
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K3ntocaveman: just right click and open with archive manager04:38
cavemanok so i dont need a zip utility04:38
arrenlexshatrat: I don't think this machine supports suspend... that button is greyed out in the windows shutdown screen.04:38
cavemancool thnaks04:38
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K3ntoXs142: lol04:38
davascript_homelinux owns windows04:38
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lasindiHi everyone, my X11 appears to have stopped working suddenly (I shutdown my laptop, came home, and now I cannot log into my account anymore (gdm does log in).) Is there some command I can enter to generate a new xorg.conf, or do I need to manually change it?04:38
K3nto!zip04:38
ubotuFiles with extensions .tar, .gz, .tgz, .zip, .bz2, .7z, .ace and other archive file formats can be opened with file-roller (GNOME) or Ark (KDE) - Also see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FileCompression04:38
shatratarrenlex, it must be pretty old if it doenst support acpi and stuff.04:38
davascript_hometake the ltime and learn04:38
grteOkay, samba is what you use to share files with a windows box, but what's the name of what you use to share with another linux box?  I'm having a brain fart, here, I can't remember.04:38
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arrenlexshatrat: No, it has acpi, and it's quite new. Just the suspend box is greyed out.04:39
davascript_homemount -t cifs -o username=danny //server/share04:39
shatratgrte, nfs is the unix network filesystem04:39
K3nto!samba04:39
ubotusamba is is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html - Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT04:39
Aikengrte, samba or nfs04:39
Xs142K3nto:  Guess I got spoiled with the simplicity of click'n'wait installations that windows provide..04:39
cavemanthis is the best classrom ive seen yet04:39
i3ooi3oolasindi crtl-alt f1 ?04:39
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davascript_homemount -t cifs -o username=danny //server/share  /mount/point04:39
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jb0nd38372grte, would that be nfs?04:39
grteNFS, that's it!  Thanks.04:39
nikitisWhat's some good DVD-Ripping Software?04:39
K3ntosweet, ive been searching for something like samba for a while04:39
Xs142bruenig: Correct, I don't get it .p04:39
grteI was thinking LFS for some reason.04:39
davascript_homeyou can use samba shares also04:39
lasindii3ooi3oo: oh, yes, I can get to the console, but I'm not sure how to fix X11 from there.04:39
OptimusPrimeRibnikitis, Acid Rip04:39
grteYeah, but I'd rather use NFS, I haven't got any windows boxes to worry about.04:40
shatratarrenlex, well, I dont know much about suspend, but there's quite a few threads on it on the forums.04:40
davascript_homenano -w /etc/X11/xorg.conf04:40
nikitisOptimusPrimeRib, does it shrink movies on to DVD-R?04:40
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K3ntoXs142: yeah. its just a little more rewarding doing a little bit of work (and learning in the process) to get what you want04:40
davascript_homeword04:40
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bruenigit was this idiot who must have been in here for 3 straight days who would ask every single thing you could think of and even stuff that we had already answered. Like we told him to install such and such do sudo apt-get install whatever, and he never quite grasped that whatever can be filled with any of his questions about installing stuff.04:40
arrenlexshatrat: I'll look at them... thanks for your time.04:40
shatratarrenlex, Good luck.04:40
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cavemanwell im kinda taking notes04:41
shatratbruenig, you talking about that Jetwhatever guy?04:41
cavemanthats how i learned windows04:41
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bruenigshatrat, yeah04:41
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shatratbruenig, Could you tell me how the internet works in 20 words or less plz? k thnx04:41
Xs142K3nto: While true, one also have to know what to look for... Finding MSC translators for windows was heck in itself, I'm not sure I want to experience the linux take on it :P04:41
johnson7340Hi Everyone :)04:42
OptimusPrimeRibnikitis, Acid Rip encodes DVDs as movie files. You can specify the output size of the file, but it won't play in a DVD player if you put it on a DVD04:42
K3nto!msc04:42
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ubotumsc: Generates simple ASCII message sequence charts. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.1.1-2 (edgy), package size 7 kB, installed size 76 kB04:42
Xs142Oh shush ubotu, that's not what I meant :P04:42
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Xs142MSC - Midi Studio Controller..04:42
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K3ntolol just checking04:42
nikitisOptimusPrimeRib, How do you tell acid rip to look for your dvd drive at a different location.  It's currently looking at /dev/dvd04:42
bruenigi3ooi3oo, you can figure out how many symlinks a file has by doing find whatever -links n, just guess and check I guess. Like for instance, find /usr/lib/firefox/firefox -links 1 outputs firefox which means it has one symbolic link04:42
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bruenigbut -links 2 won't output anything because it doesn't have 2 links04:43
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Xs142It's basicly a syntesizer without any hardware..04:43
Shinmahiya anyone willing to help me work out a problem im having with grub, and Vista? I've scowered the net and tried different things, but grub just beeps my PC speaker repeatedly04:43
JWIn Ubuntu 6.10 why does FireFox tell me "Can't Parse That" when I try to listen to a streaming audio file from the Internet?04:43
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shatratJW, maybe it's trying to display it as text instead of play it.04:43
Xs142...God... I gotta configure the USB, the MSC and the bloody soundcard too...     .zZ04:44
whtvrrobcan anyone help me set up vmware in edgy04:44
shatratJW, try copying the URL and opening it in some media player04:44
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K3ntoXs142: i searched in Add/Remove and there are a few that come up. "midi control" is what i searched.04:44
OptimusPrimeRibnikitis, in the acidrip window, change the "path" field to point to your dvd drive04:44
CryoniqHow do I setup quick buttons to smb shares from Ubuntu edgy so that they apear as shortcuts to a smb server I have with storage?04:44
mvfeinsteinCan anyone here recommend a good music player hopefully something like itunes04:44
JWshatrat, how would I change it to open with XMMS?04:44
Number2Hello, I just installed the latest nvidia drivers, and they sort of work, what happens is when i reboot the x server fails to start, then i have to rerun the nvidia installer and then start gdm again, when i installed the drivers it told me that it was forced to guess the X library path (usr/lib) and x module path (/usr/lib/xorg/moduls) these paths were not queryable from the system.......... It say i need to get pkg-config and04:44
Number2X.org sdk/development files for my distribution and rerun the Nvidia installer04:44
shatratmvfeinstein, itunes isnt what I would consider a good music player.  Maybe rythymbox if you like the whole "library" thing04:44
gobanWhen i hit properties on the volume control i get this Failed to start Volume Control: Failed to execute child process "gnome-volume-control" (No such file or directory), help please?04:44
kitchemvfeinstein: songbird04:44
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nikitisI don't have a window.  i was doing through commandline.  how do I get the window?04:44
Xs142K3nto:  Let's hope it's a studio controller in there.... a midi controller won't do me any good :P04:45
StoneNoteXs142, sudo apt-get install rosegarden404:45
CryoniqMidninght commander doesnt seem to find the network smb share I have on my network.. hmm.. and I am sure I changed the smb.conf and set the correct workgroup etc.04:45
shatratJW, did you try adding it under firefox Preferences / Content / File Types?04:45
Xs142StoneNote: Come again?04:45
ShinmaBasically I already had Vista installed, when I installed Ubuntu it installed Grub, but Grub would not load Vista so I restored the Vista boot manager, I used EasyBCD to add Ubuntu to the boot manager and used the Live DVD to install grub onto the partition (hd1,5) however whenever I try to boot Ubuntu my PC speaker just beeps and nothing happens. Also I made sure the ext3 partition with / on it was bootable04:45
nikitisOptimusPrimeRib, how do we get the window for acid rip?  I was doing through commandline04:45
mvfeinsteinshatrat kitche i have tried rythymbox and song bird and really wasnt impressed with either one04:45
JWshatrat, I didn't know I could manually add filetypes under FireFox?04:45
Sonic_13i have a question about partitioning the disk04:46
bruenig!justask04:46
StoneNoteXs142, you might be interested in hydrogen & ardour-gtk.  they are audio programs for linux\04:46
ubotuDon't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)04:46
OptimusPrimeRibnikitis, when you apt-get install acidrip, it should install the gtk gui04:46
Xs142StoneNote: Sure, I'll look them up and see if they're of any help to me04:46
StoneNoteXs142, ardour-gtk - digital audio workstation (graphical gtk interface) rosegarden4 - music editor and MIDI/audio sequencer  hydrogen - Simple drum machine/step sequencer04:47
shatratJW, yeah I just tried it, apparently it doesnt work how I thought it did.  in that case I dont know.04:47
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JW:/04:47
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arrenlexshatrat: Yeah, suspend\hibernate didn't work so well... go go gadget system freeze and hard reboot!04:47
shatratmvfeinstein, beep media player?  You could just fire up synaptic and try as many as possible04:47
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Xs142StoneNote: Oooh MIDI sequencer, that's just about the only thing that's close to what I need ^^04:47
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shatratarrenlex, yeah, some video drivers and wireless drivers need workarounds I believe.  It didnt work out of the box on my brothers laptop an I didnt care enough to try and figure it out04:48
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Sonic_13what is the difference between 1) Erase entire disk and 2) Erase entire disk and use LVM ?04:48
StoneNoteXs142, hth04:48
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K3ntoXs142: i PMd u a description of one04:48
bruenigSonic_13, if you don't know what lvm is, then you probably want 104:48
JWHelp! I am wanting to  setup a shoutcast server from my PC so I can listen to it, what would I need?04:48
Sonic_13lol, ok04:49
Thinkpad_GuruSonic_13 LVM is logical volume management.04:49
cavemanok sorry i have such easy questions but how do i start a file folder for photos04:49
K3nto!lvm04:49
ubotuTips and tricks for RAID and LVM can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RaidConfigurationHowto and http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO04:49
StoneNotewhtvrrob, what is your trouble in setting up vmware in edgy? I've always just followed the directions int he README and everything worked fine04:49
fokusleearrenlex: ok im trying to get the mplayer32 bit working on my system first then see if democracy will work04:49
Shinmaso anyone have any ideas about my Grub+Vista+Bootmanager+EasyBCD question?04:49
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shatratcavediver, just create a directory named "photos" and copy them there? you can even tag the folder with a little Photos icon in properties if you want04:49
kalorinMojoMagic, were you and I working an XWin issue with my ATI card the other night04:49
kalorin?04:49
Xs142K3nto: Cheers04:49
Thinkpad_GuruSonic_13 Unless you are running a server or love playing with resizable on the fly partitions, don't use LVM04:49
cavemanthanks so much04:49
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K3ntoXs142: what you were lookin for?04:50
whtvrrobstonenote, i have it installed, but it says it's not properly configured, it's vmware-server04:50
MojoMagickalorin: Sorry mate. Wasn't me.   :)04:50
Xs142StoneNote: It's getting closer atleast so I hope too :P04:50
Sonic_13if i want to say, use it as a file server or web server just for my house or personal webpage, what would you recommend?04:50
cavemani am just amazed i have never been in a chat room where a person could actually find help04:50
Xs142Now how on earth am I supposed to install the drivers for the soundcard + the usb ports?04:50
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cavemanthanks guys04:51
shatratcaveman, keep asking easy questions and you get lots of help.04:51
ShinmaBasically I already had Vista installed, when I installed Ubuntu it installed Grub, but Grub would not load Vista so I restored the Vista boot manager, I used EasyBCD to add Ubuntu to the boot manager and used the Live DVD to install grub onto the partition (hd1,5) however whenever I try to boot Ubuntu my PC speaker just beeps and nothing happens. Also I made sure the ext3 partition with / on it was bootable..04:51
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Shinmasorry i dont mean to repeat :)04:51
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StoneNotewhtvrrob, well, what says that? the console when you try to connect to the server?  the server when it tries to start? a virtual appliance when you try to start one?04:51
K3nto!usb | Xs14204:51
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about usb - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:51
I_Eat_Plastichow can I modify a users right so they can execute things in a certain directory?04:51
StoneNoteXs142, is their a particular piece of audio hardware you are looking to connect to?04:52
phewlsudo chmot +x dirc04:52
phewlsudo chmot +x directory04:52
bruenigI_Eat_Plastic, it is probably more of modifying that directory than the user04:52
phewlsudo chmod +x directory04:52
phewl-r04:52
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phewlfuck the shit04:52
whtvrrobstonenote, when i go to power on my virtual machine i get the following error message "VMware Server Error:04:52
whtvrrobVMware Server is installed, but it has not been (correctly) configured for your running kernel. To (re-)configure it, your system administrator must find and run "vmware-config.pl". For more information, please see the VMware Server documentation."04:52
bruenigha04:52
I_Eat_PlasticThanks,04:52
bruenigphewl needs some sleep04:52
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phewl:(04:52
phewli do04:52
I_Eat_Plasticthanks though phewl ;O04:52
Xs142StoneNote: Well, the soundcard needs to be recognized first of all, an Audigy 4 card....04:53
Xs142Second the usb connects to a KORG K4904:53
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phewl:)04:53
Thinkpad_GuruSonic_13 A regular partition scheme.  I set up a server with LVM and had a nightmare as a result of my own ignorance regarding how to use it.  http://65.14.16.98/theprojectfiles/theprojectfiles/xhtml/fedora6.php details some of my issues04:53
K3nto!gparted04:53
ubotugparted is gparted is a GUI partitioning program, "sudo apt-get install gparted", also available as a live cd http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php04:53
Sonic_13ok04:53
Sonic_13thanks04:53
esaymcan kb3 make an iso from nrg?04:53
esaymthe nero iso format04:53
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bruenig!iso | I think there is a link about converting different disk image formats04:53
ubotuI think there is a link about converting different disk image formats: 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.04:53
Thinkpad_GuruSonic_13 you are probebly smarter than I, however I find a regular partition scheme is adaquate.04:54
K3nto!mount04:54
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in Gnome under Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For Edgy, see !fstab and !DiskMounter04:54
cavemanwell guys thanks again im gonna see how much ive learned and experiment goodnite04:54
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bruenigesaym, looks like this http://gregory.kokanosky.free.fr/v4/linux/nrg2iso.en.html04:54
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StoneNotewhtvrrob, when you install the server there is an install program called vmware-install.pl and when it runs is asks you if you want it to start vmware-config.pl .. if you said NO you did it wrong.  You can either start from scratch or open a terminal and sudo vmware-config/pl04:55
StoneNotewhtvrrob, sudo vmware-config.pl04:55
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whtvrrobstonenote, i've run the config, it says that it was configured properly, and it still doesn't work04:55
Sonic_13is it possible to rename a user account after installation/04:55
fokusleehow to compare the content of two folder with diff? ls /A > diff < ls /B ????04:55
esaymbruenig: yea I am reading.  Thanks! :thumbsup:04:55
K3nto!samba04:55
ubotusamba is is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html - Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT04:55
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Shinma!easybcd04:56
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about easybcd - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:56
Shinma!grub04:56
ubotugrub 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/GrubHowto04:56
Xs142!gnome04:56
ubotugnome is a project that provides two things: The GNOME desktop environment, an intuitive and attractive desktop for end-users, users, and the GNOME development platform, an extensive framework for building applications that integrate into the rest of the desktop.04:56
kalorin!seen mojo04:56
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about seen mojo - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:56
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kalorin!seen Mojo04:56
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kalorininteresting04:56
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kalorinI was just talking to him on Friday04:57
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phewlnight all04:58
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Xs142Oh yes, a manual in Serbian, the joys of installation from strange places....04:58
bruenigXs142, what are you installing04:58
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Xs142I was looking for drivers for the soundcard, but these seems bad anyways04:58
StoneNoteXs142, ok, I'm out of my depth dealing with that hardware. best of luck04:58
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bruenighardware is hard04:58
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Shinma!Vista04:59
ubotuvista is the new operating system by the evil overlords from Redmond. For more information, see http://www.badvista.org04:59
Whtigerlongcat is long.04:59
Xs142Now now, don't be too motivating here people :P04:59
kevin_____and then04:59
JoshooaAnyone have an opinion about irc.specialnet.org?04:59
StoneNoteXs142, I did see this on the forums http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=33421504:59
OptimusPrimeRibnikitis, any luck?04:59
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Xs142StoneNote:  Ohh thanks, this might help, someone ought to have the same issue05:00
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Xs142Bloody heck, there seems to be a supported driver from the hardware supplier...05:01
caotic_hi, im having a common problem the grub after a windows intallation, im following this tread http://www.ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=224351 but i want to know what is the file stage1 and why i have a stage2 also (grub>find /boot/grub/stage1)05:01
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arrenlexfokuslee: Why mess with chroots? Why not just run a 32-bit system?05:02
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bruenigchroots are 133705:02
StoneNotewhtvrrob, ok, start from scratch. go whereever you unpacked the files and sudo ./vmware-install.pl ... when I do this I reinstall three packages the server, the mui, and the server console.  the vmperl & vix (c apis) install when I install the server.05:02
nikitisOptimusPrimeRib, I got it installed.  But I'm confused on what to do.  I selected the 1:50 min chapter and set it to 70005:02
nikitisbut it freezes at  estimated file size of 49205:03
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whtvrrobstonenote, tried that and it's not working, and i'm out for the night, thanks for the help thought, i'm sure with time i'll get it, thanks again05:03
StoneNotewhtvrrob, ok. take care05:03
fokusleearrenlex im not messing with chroot i am trying to organize my stuff so i can reinstall with 32bit05:04
fokusleehence my question : )05:04
arrenlexfokuslee: Organise what? Copy your home directory...05:05
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StoneNotewhtvrrob, this is a pretty good how to http://www.howtoforge.com/ubuntu_vmware_server\05:06
StoneNotewhtvrrob, this is a pretty good how to http://www.howtoforge.com/ubuntu_vmware_server05:06
bruenigdouble good05:06
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bruenigthere is a howto on the forums for vmware that I used and it worked05:07
gobanwhats the command to kill a process? xkillall processname?05:07
brueniggoban, killall processname might work05:08
mneptokkill -9 PID05:08
fokusleearrenlex like copy my work funstuff mp3s movies to a shared drive betwween linux and windoz05:08
StoneNotebruenig, cool. I did it the hard way and banged my head against a wall until I figured it out.  but that how to pretty much IS what I do, except I also d/l and install the server console05:08
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brueniggoban, kill -9 pid works for sure though05:08
Xs142How do I figure out where my Kernel Source is installed...?05:08
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bruenigXs142, it is in /usr/src05:08
shatratXs142, its in /usr/src/linux05:09
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Xs142In the words of the late virgin Mary.. Come again?05:09
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bruenigXs142, except that it is /usr/src/linux-blah-blah-blah05:09
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shatratXs142, do you know what nemesis means?05:09
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gobanbruenig, thanks05:10
shatratXs142, in that case you probably dont need to know where your kernel sources are.05:10
gobanWhen i hit properties on the volume control i get this Failed to start Volume Control: Failed to execute child process "gnome-volume-control" (No such file or directory), help please?05:10
Xs142shatrat: A righteous infliction of retribution manifested by an appropriate agent. Personified in this case by an 'orrible cunt... me. ... Or in this case. Ubuntu..05:10
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Xs142shatrat:  I wish I didn't need to, but I do if I want this soundcard to do what I paid for, produce sound..05:11
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TonrenWhat does apt-get dist-upgrade do, exactly?05:11
Xs142Tonren: Upgrade your dist05:11
TonrenXs142: What does that *mean*?05:11
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Xs142tonren: Dist being the current version of your Ubuntu05:11
TonrenXs142: But you don't just run "dist-upgrade" to go from Dapper to Edgy.05:12
bruenigTonren, do man apt-get and scroll down to dist-upgrade05:12
Tonrenbruenig: good call05:12
Xs142Tonren: Just don't listen to me and you'll be all good.05:12
bruenigXs142, you aren't wrong, it does some other things though as well05:13
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Xs142KERNEL_SOURCE :=/lib/modules/`uname -r`/build05:13
Xs142what am I supposed to put in there to make it right?05:13
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StoneNoteXs142, open a terminal, enter "uname -r" without the quotes and tell me what it says05:14
Xs1422.6.17-11-38605:14
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shatratwell, in a command `uname -r` will insert the correct kernel version.05:14
shatrat386?05:14
shatratwhy not generic05:15
Xs142Don't look at me, I'm just pushing buttons..05:15
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bruenigXs142, that will work05:15
StoneNoteXs142, sudo apt-get install linux-restricted-modules-386 linux-header-2.6.17-11-38605:15
bruenigXs142, that think you had above should work05:15
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whtvrrobstonenote, i'm now trying to just get vmware-player to work, using synaptic05:15
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TonrenXs142: When you put something between `s on the command line, it actually substitutes the output of that command05:15
shatratI think its linux-headers-`uname -r` isnt it?05:16
bruenigthing*05:16
whtvrrobstonenote, and i keep getting an error "E: vmware-player: subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 1"05:16
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TonrenXs142: So, typing KERNEL_SOURCE :=/lib/modules/`uname -r`/build is literally the same effect as typing KERNEL_SOURCE :=/lib/modules/2.6.17-11-386/build.05:16
K3ntowhy cant i shrink my windows partition?05:16
StoneNotewhtvrrob, ok. one word of warning: vmplayer and vmware server do not play well together. vmware sever has never loaded on a machine that had player on it until I removed vmplayer05:16
K3ntoi have to be root right05:16
K3ntofor gparted05:16
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Xs142@all: So I shouldn't change anything at all then05:16
hendaushello05:16
bruenigXs142, which is actually just a symbolic link to /usr/src/linux-headers-`uname -r`05:17
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RogueThunderExcuse me, I am trying to get windows to boot on a computer that already has linux on it, I've herd windows needs to be the first partion, but i cant figure out how to do this without wiping my nix... which i dnt want to do.05:17
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TonrenRogueThunder: If you can't get that figured out, VMWare is an option05:17
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whtvrrobstonenote, i will remove vmplayer beforehand, but using vmx i can make my virtual machines, so if i get vmplayer working for now that'll be good until i have more time to work on vmserver05:17
bruenigXs142, yeah no need to change05:17
K3ntohow do i shrink my windows partition with gparted05:17
StoneNotewhtvrrob, true05:17
RogueThunderToren: No, it isnt, the computer its on is wholey too slow.05:17
bruenigK3nto, right click resize05:17
techie_Question: I am using Xine Movie Player for which I downloaded some codecs to play vcd's. Still I might need additional codecs since some movies play and other do not. Where or how do I download additional codecs?05:17
bruenig!quicktime | techie_05:18
ubotutechie_: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats05:18
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whtvrrobstonenote, any ideas on why the install isn't working, based on that error,05:18
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techie_<bruenig>will it also play vcd's?05:18
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hendausanyhelper? on windows i have a program call nokia suite it tooks the photos from cell to hdd,can anyone tell how to install it on kubuntu,thanx05:18
bruenigtechie_, I would imagine, you can try vlc if not05:18
kdeedktechie_ you might want to try VLC05:18
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StoneNotewhtvrrob, could be the way you set it up when it asked you for networking options. check out the how to link I posted on vmware and follow it's instructions next time.  you should be fne05:18
ahave_looking for help.. i am using a liveCD that does not want to start ubuntu. I tried it on a diff machine and it works, but can not get it to load on this machine05:19
techie_<kdeedk>thanks05:19
K3ntobruenig: it wouldnt work05:19
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bruenigK3nto, it wouldn't or it doesn't05:19
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whtvrrobstonenote, i did change the networking, only thing was from eth0 to ath0 since i'll be using my wireless internet, not my wired05:19
StoneNotewhtvrrob, direct answer is, no. based on the error message I cannot determine what caused the problem since you say you did run vmware-config.pl05:19
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brophatanyone who can suggest a good cheap compatible pci nic ethernet card?05:20
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bruenighendaus, libgammu005:20
moeruwhee05:20
whtvrrobstonenote, thanks again, i'll try the install based on the website you gave me, only changing it to use my wifi05:20
Xs142Now.. .The problem with not changing anything, is that it produces this message:05:20
Xs142/lib/modules/2.6.17-11-386/build directory does not exist. Please edit the file 'config'05:20
Xs142in this directory and set KERNEL_SOURCE to the correct location of your05:20
Xs142kernel source.05:20
K3ntobruenig: it just wont. i right click but i dont have the option. even as root05:20
bruenigK3nto, is it mounted?05:20
K3ntobruenig: sudo gparted05:20
K3ntoyes05:21
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bruenigK3nto, there is your problem05:21
CaptainMorganif I perform a format of the my linux partition, removing /boot , and since I am dual-booting within windows, will I be able to access windows with /boot removed?05:21
BAN-CHANYUP05:21
bruenigK3nto, it can't be mounted05:21
K3ntojust unmount it?05:21
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bruenigK3nto, yeah05:21
K3ntook05:21
CaptainMorgan.. /boot just contained grub.... right?05:21
StoneNoteXs142, you don't have the kernal sources installed05:21
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StoneNoteXs142, sudo apt-get install linux-restricted-modules-386 linux-header-2.6.17-11-38605:21
xenexHow come mplayer won't stream in FF?05:22
bruenigXs142, well try putting /usr/src/linux-headers-`uname -r` instead05:22
whtvrrobk3nto, just a random question, is ur name a ham call?05:22
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DaemelSo I just completed a fresh install of ubuntu, and after the install I was asked to remove my CD, my system rebooted and I got "Error loading operating system: Does this have anythign to do with loading ubuntu on a SATA drive set to master?05:22
Thinkpad_GuruCaptianMorgan, you need to repair your MBR05:22
bruenigStoneNote, headers*05:22
Xs142StoneNote: That just tells me I've already installes it...05:22
CaptainMorganThinkingMan, how?05:22
Xs142bruenig:  Righto05:22
StoneNoteok05:22
shatratxenex, there is an mplayer plugin package for firefox, works fine for me.05:22
xenexshatrat: It's installed but nothing happens when I am trying to stream05:22
bruenigXs142, make sure those are ` not ' if you didn't realize05:23
xenexshatrat: It's just a blank box05:23
DaemelAnyone?05:23
K3ntowhtvrrob: you;re the second person who has talke to me about ham pertaining to my nick05:23
K3ntowtf lol05:23
shatratxenex, do you have codecs installed?05:23
Xs142bruenig: I just copy/pasted it..05:23
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xenexshatrat: I believe so, yes.05:23
Thinkpad_GuruCaptianMorgan, or map grub to boot windows05:23
Xs142bruenig: Didn't help, same issue...05:23
shatratxenex, can you play the file if you save it and play i tlocally?05:24
xenexshatrat: Let me try05:24
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bruenigXs142, try replacing your actual uname -r instead of the `05:24
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moeruAnyone recommend a virtual drive program for mounting isos? (i.e. Daemon tools in WIndows)05:24
whtvrrobk3nto, i take it that it's not considering that it doesn't show up on qrz, it's just because of the basic layout, ham being amatuer radio, qrz being qrz.com05:24
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moeruor would it work with a simple /mnt?05:24
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moeruerr..mnt05:24
bruenigmoeru, I recomment using the mount command05:24
Sonic_13i installed Ubuntu05:24
hollywoodbmoeru: you can loop mount it, don't need anything special... just google for mounting ISOs05:24
Sonic_13but now when I try to enter my password05:24
CaptainMorganThinkpad_Guru, how's that possible when the linux partition will be deleted ? or formatted ?05:24
Sonic_13it doesn't let me type05:24
ahave_liveCD keeps rebooting instead of loading... any help?05:25
moeruThanks05:25
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xenexshatrat: Have any .wmv's I could download to test? I'm having a brainfart right now05:25
bruenigmoeru, sudo mount -o loop whatever.iso /mount/point05:25
K3ntowhtvrrob: ok05:25
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K3nto!mount05:25
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in Gnome under Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For Edgy, see !fstab and !DiskMounter05:25
Sonic_13anyone know why I cannot type my password?05:25
shatratmoeru, linux can mount ISOs without anything special.  YOu can just double click them in nautilus to see the contents if you want05:25
foutrelisSonic_13: The password is typed correctly. You just don't see it.05:25
K3nto!DiskMounter05:25
ubotuTo view your Windows/Mac partitions see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions - See also !fuse05:25
Sonic_13oh05:25
foutrelisSonic_13: :)05:25
moeruThanks Brue05:25
shatratxenex, theres some high def sample .wmvs out there I know of05:25
K3ntobruenig: how do you unmount the drive?05:25
CaptainMorganThinkpad_Guru, how can I repair the MBR ?05:25
Sonic_13i see05:25
xenexshatrat: Link?05:25
Sonic_13thanks05:25
foutrelisnp05:25
bruenigK3nto, in gparted you should be able to right click and unmount05:25
Thinkpad_GuruCaptianMorgan format the partition in windows, then get a program to repair your MBR, I take it you want the Linux partition gone?05:26
K3ntoo ok05:26
Daeme1Anyone know what might cause an "error loading operating system" error after a fresh install?05:26
shatratxenex, http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&ct=res&cd=1&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.highdefforum.com%2Fshowthread.php%3Ft%3D6537&ei=1if2RcruC6TOpwLLtdHoAQ&usg=__lJlk7Wmf8dy9g8QGibEk_xfH4E0=&sig2=jZjqwwtlf3A2oKJ0fRCrgw05:26
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bruenigwow look at that url05:26
Xs142still stuck :-/05:26
shatratyeah I probably shouldnt have pasted the google url05:27
xenexshatrat: Those are exe's?05:27
xenexnevermind05:27
shatratxenex, no, theyre video files.  some are DRMed though, those wont play regardless05:27
CaptainMorganThinkpad_Guru, yes, I will placing a new one in it's place.. for some reason, I can just write over a partition... it needs empty space for installation05:27
CaptainMorgancan = can't05:27
Thinkpad_GuruCaptianMorgan http://www.ambience.sk/fdisk-master-boot-record-windows-linux-lilo-fixmbr.php is a good free windows MBR tool05:27
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Thinkpad_GuruCaptianMorgan thats wierd. Your installing ubuntu?05:28
CaptainMorganyea05:28
CaptainMorganvery weird...05:28
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bruenigcant clearly != can't05:28
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CaptainMorganonce I emptied a partition the other day, I was able to put it on with no problems05:29
CaptainMorganbut if it contained anything.. the system wouldn't boot from the cd05:29
Thinkpad_GuruCaptianMorgan anyway that should get your MBR fixed, if you just delete grub, the grub screen will just fail to find anything when you reboot your computer.05:29
ahave_liveCD keeps rebooting instead of loading... any help?05:29
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pchildsdoes anyone know how to configure soundblaster live card to play all channels instead of just two? I have a five speaker setup but only two play.05:30
K3ntoahave_: keeps rebooting?05:30
TonrenI have a MySQL server running on the standard port (3306) but for some reason the port doesn't appear to be open.05:30
K3ntoahave_: you mean its not loading the live cd?05:30
ahave_K3nto, yes. but only if i select an option05:30
Tonreniptables doesn't block anything by default, right?  I'm using port forwarding on my router, so why wouldn't it be working?05:30
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Dr_willispchilds,  what are you playing that has 5.1 sound?05:30
Dr_willispchilds,  for mp3's and stuff i belive ive twiddled with the alsamixer to mirror the front speakers to the rear.05:30
beta-guyI need help getting WPA_gui for wpa_supplicant05:30
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ahave_K3nto, i get the initial menu, but reboots when i select Start or CD check05:30
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beta-guycan anyone help me out?05:31
K3ntoahave_: sry dont know05:31
hendaus_anyhelper? on windows i have a program call nokia suite it tooks the photos from cell to hdd,can anyone tell how to install it on kubuntu,thanx05:31
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whtvrrobhendaus_, is it an exe?05:31
TonrenHow do I restart mysqld properly?05:31
rootnodeand another problem: somehow, my /home partition is in read-only mode05:31
xenexshatrat: Got any other places? These files are huge.05:31
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pchildsthanks Dr willis. Exactly what did you twiddle with in alsamixer?05:31
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hendaus_whtvrrob,  no its msi05:31
shatratxenex, not really no.05:31
TonrenWith some kind of init.d thing?05:31
rootnodewhen i try to remount it with "mount -o remount,rw /home", i got some weird messages05:31
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xerophytedoes anybody know any good gnome based time application which show both time GMT and EST?05:32
xenexshatrat: http://www.flurl.com/item/Best_Beer_Commercial_EVER_u_23662505:32
Xs142Ok so I got into the right directory, obviously I get a new error:05:32
Xs142/lib/modules/2.6.17-11-386/include/linux/version.h is missing. Please run make config in your kernel source tree05:32
xenexshatrat: is that a wmv?05:32
Brendan__So I upgraded my kernel to 2.6.17-10-generic (didn't notice I'd done this, it was part of a dist-upgrade) and now I can't boot.  The error is "Kernel Panic: Can't mount root filesystem.  I think this is because I just have the generic initrd, and my fstype is reiser.  How do I get reiserfs support in my initrd?05:32
Thinkpad_GuruCaptianMorgan Yea, I would format the Ubuntu partition from windows, then run the MBR immediately, before rebooting.  Ubuntu should then be good to reinstall05:32
shatratxenex, thats flash, web video is pretty much all flash05:33
xenexshatrat: nope its a wmv05:33
xenexshatrat: http://media.flurl.com/media2/wmv/2007/3/12/FLURL-dot-com-236625.wmv05:33
xenexshatrat: it seems that totem player is ff's player05:33
xenexany idea on how to change it to mplayer?05:33
TonrenWhy is my MySQL port closed?!05:34
arrenlexxenex: remove the totem-mozilla package and install mozilla-mplayer05:34
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K3ntohey i have unallocated space. how do i add it to my ubuntu partition05:34
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rootnodecan't get my /home back to read-write mode. anyone who can help?05:34
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heydudecan somone help me?05:35
xenexarrenlex: when i try to mark it for removal, it says its going to remove ubuntu-desktop as well... :|05:35
arrenlexxenex: Yep. It's just a metapackage.05:35
arrenlex!ubuntu-desktop | xenex05:35
ubotuxenex: 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.05:35
xenexso i'm safe if i remove it?05:36
TonrenHow do I restart MySQL with init.d?05:36
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jaxhi there...just wondering if it is normal for ubuntu periodically not able to load from start up or the screen freezes when loaded? thx05:36
rootnode/etc/init.d/mysql restart05:36
arrenlexxenex: Yes. It doesn't contain anything. It just depends on a bunch of other packages which ubuntu actually consists of.05:36
Tonrenrootnode: thank you!!05:36
kdeedkHow exactly does KDE programs work in Gnome, It'll also install KDE program binaries in order for it to work in gnome?05:36
arrenlexxenex: So if you want to install ubuntu, rather than installing the 500 packages you actually need, you only install ubuntu-desktop, which depends on all the rest. It can be safely removed.05:36
xenexarrenlex: what do you use as your video plugin?05:36
arrenlexxenex: mplayer05:36
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xenexok05:36
heydudeHow do I fix this error >>>>>the nvidia kernel module has the version 1.0-7184, but this X module has the version 1.0-9755 please make sure that the kernel module and all nvidia driver components have the same version05:37
Dr_williskdeedk,  they are all just programs. that just use differnet libraries.. nothing else that special about kde or gnome apps.05:37
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arrenlexkdeedk: You might need a few kde libraries for some applications, but what problems are there with running kde applications on gnome and vice versa? It's all Linux.05:37
Dr_williskdeedk,  linux is about 'layers and legos' :) you got  layers of software on top of other layers..  kde andgnome are both similer layers  heh...05:37
K3nto i have some unallocated space freed up. how do i add it to my windows partition05:37
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K3ntolinux patition05:37
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CaptainMorganThinkpad_Guru, I have used the mbrfix.exe utility... anyway to confirm it's fixed without rebootign?05:37
kdeedkDr_willis so basically if i install KDE apps on a KDE desktop enivronment it wouldn't need any libaries, but if i install KDE apps in my gnome desktop enivronments, it would need the KDE libaries and binaries?05:37
kdeedkCorrect?05:38
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Xs142Work damnit...05:38
xenexarrenlex: thank you very much :] 05:38
foutrelis!language | Xs14205:38
ubotuXs142: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.05:38
arrenlexkdeedk: No. It still needs the same libraries. Just if you have a KDE desktop, they're already installed for other apps.05:38
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Thinkpad_GuruCaptianMorgan Not to my knowlege, if it didn't return any errors, you should be good to go05:38
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heydudehello can someone help?05:38
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Xs142"Work darn you silly yarn!"05:38
hendaus__can any helpder how to get nokia suite for cell 623005:39
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Dr_williskdeedk,  if you do a 'sudo apt-get install k3b' it 'should' install the needed kde libs and support files as well.05:39
CaptainMorganThinkpad_Guru, cool, thanks.. great utility :) (so far..)05:39
patrialti updated my ubuntu 6.10 and now on the boot selection screen, i have both linux kernels displaying, how can i remove the ones that i dont want displayed?05:39
Thinkpad_GuruCaptianMorgan NP :)05:39
foutrelisXs142: My English are pretty bad so I cannot understand you. :)05:39
CaptainMorganpatrialt, /etc/menu.lst05:39
CaptainMorganerr..05:39
Dr_willispatrialt,  it may be safest to just leave the extra as a backup.05:39
foutrelis*is :\05:39
patrialtthank you capt. mo05:39
tonyyarussopatrialt: a) uninstall them, if you don't want them on the system at all, b) comment them out from /boot/grub/menu.lst05:39
CaptainMorgan.. /boot/grub/menu.lst05:39
CaptainMorganpatrialt,05:39
dimashello05:39
tom47patrialt gksudo gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst05:40
arrenlexxenex: I advise you to make your settings look like this: http://68.148.168.84:8001/screenshots/28968.png05:40
kdeedkDr_willis Gotcha, Thanks!05:40
arrenlexxenex: Solves some compatibility problems you might run into later.05:40
kdeedkarrenlex Thanks!05:40
patrialtthank you05:40
Sonic_13wow05:40
arrenlexxenex: (don't change "save to location", though)05:40
heydudecan some one help......05:40
CaptainMorganheydude, no right now05:40
xenexarrenlex: how do i access that window?05:40
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arrenlexxenex: Right-click on any movie and go to properties.05:41
heydude...05:41
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tom47heydude what is yr question?05:41
Sonic_13is there no gui for the lamp configuration?05:41
foutrelisheydude: Hmm I had the same issue befora05:41
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foutrelis*re05:41
ahave_K3nto, i get the initial menu, but reboots when i select Start or CD check05:41
foutrelisSonic_13: No :)05:41
brophatcan someone suggest a compatible ethernet card?05:41
Xs142foutrelis: You can darn with a yarn, it's a wordplay joke based on 'damn' being refered to as 'darn' in the more friendly way.. Sorry about that :P05:41
CaptainMorganSonic_13, not taht I saw05:41
heydudeim trying to install latest nvidia drivers and now x crashees on startup05:41
Xs142Anyways, anyone have any other suggestions on this kernel source heck?05:41
Sonic_13i should have realized that before i set up lamp and got myself totally lost05:41
heydudehere is my error05:41
K3ntoahave_: im not sure what to tell you sry05:41
heydudethe nvidia kernel module has the version 1.0-7184, but this X module has the version 1.0-9755 please make sure that the kernel module and all nvidia driver components have the same version05:42
whtvrrobstonenote, i think i may have found the problem with vmware server05:42
kdeedkheydude configure your xserver.05:42
kdeedkdpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg. (iirc)05:42
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StoneNotewhtvrrob, what's that?05:42
xenexarrenlex: why do you have divx support off?05:42
TonrenWhy would I be unable to connect to a mysql server on an ubuntu server that I'm running?05:42
heydudei already have05:42
ahave_K3nto, could there be a reason why it would not work on this particular PC?05:42
foutrelisheydude: Did you install the nvidia driver from nvidia.com?05:42
TonrenThe port is open and forwarded05:42
whtvrrobstonenote, it's not finding a suitable vmmon module for running kernel05:42
heydudeyes05:42
heydude975505:42
foutrelisheydude: Hmmm. give my a second05:42
StoneNotewhtvrrob, ok. that means it will try to compile one05:42
ahave_K3nto, bc the same CD worked on this PC05:42
heydudethank you05:42
StoneNotewhtvrrob, you have gcc and build-essentials installed?05:43
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Sonic_13anyone have a guide for LAMP?05:43
Tonrentelnet localhost 12345 (my mysql port) works, but from a remote computer, telnet myserver.net 12345 doesn't work.05:43
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K3ntoahave_: perhaps. ty checking your bios settings...?05:43
StoneNotewhtvrrob, sudo apt-get install linux-headers-$(uname -r) build-essential05:43
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kalorin!fonts05:44
ubotuFont installation basics here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FontInstallHowto - No fonts in Flash? Install "msttcorefonts" (from !Multiverse), "gsfonts", and "gsfonts-x11". No fonts in MPlayer? see !MPlayer05:44
Xs142"/lib/modules/2.6.17-11-386/build directory does not exist. Please edit the file 'config' in this directory and set KERNEL_SOURCE to the correct location of your kernel source." is the errormessage...How do I fix it ..? :(05:44
ahave_K3nto, i wouldnt not really know what i would be looking for..05:44
TonrenArrgh!  ShieldsUP now says the port is CLOSED ever since I turned on the MySQL server!05:44
arrenlexxenex: Oh, that was part of the defautl settings... never ran into any movie I couldn't play; you can enable it if you feel safer.05:44
foutrelisheydude: First do: sudo apt-get remove nvidia-kernel-common05:44
K3ntoahave_: boot sequence05:44
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xenexarrenlex: okay, thank you for all the help. :)05:44
ubuntu!mount05:44
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in Gnome under Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For Edgy, see !fstab and !DiskMounter05:44
AgrajagTonren: Do you really want mySQL open to the internet?05:44
ubuntu!cdemu05:44
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about cdemu - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:44
ahave_K3nto, but it boots just fine.. just the menu causes a reboot when i select install05:44
heydudeok05:44
K3ntothen i dont know05:45
ubuntu!iso05:45
ubotuTo 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.05:45
arrenlexubuntu: are you trying to mount an iso?05:45
foutrelisubotu: You can /msg ubotu so there is not flooding in the main room05:45
ahave_K3nto, i can navigate the Ubuntu menu05:45
TonrenAgrajag: Yeah, I need to remotely update my database05:45
arrenlexubuntu: There you go. :)05:45
ubuntuarrenlex yes05:45
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TonrenAgrajag: Besides, it's on a non-standard port05:45
TonrenAgrajag: Now, why the hell ain't it working?05:45
arrenlexubuntu: Next time, please investigate the bot in a private message.05:45
AgrajagTonren: because it's most likely firewalled off05:45
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ubuntuarrenlex: i will install Test Drive Unlimited05:45
arrenlexubuntu: Is that a windows game?05:45
ExxonValdeezi am having some response troubles with my keyboard and mouse. does anyone have any suggestions? the mouse and keyboard freeze for a sec or two and sometimes the keyboard repeats letters05:45
ubuntuarrenlex: yes05:45
StoneNoteXs142, first I'd make sure there is a /lib/modules/2.6.17-11-386/build (open konqueror and make sure it's there) if it is, did you going into the file "config" in that directory and add /lib/modules/2.6.17-11-386/build  to the line that says KERNEL_SOURCE ?05:45
TonrenAgrajag: I thought iptables didn't automatically firewall any ports05:45
arrenlexubuntu: Pf. Good luck.05:46
Sonic_13if I configured ubuntu in the LAMP configuration, is there anyway to get a GUI?05:46
AgrajagTonren: are you behind NAT?05:46
TonrenAgrajag: Also, it was open when I ran apache2 on 12345, but now that mysqld is on 12345 it's closed.05:46
ubuntuarrenlex: thanks05:46
TonrenAgrajag: Yes, but 12345 is forwarded, and I have verified that it worked with apache205:46
Xs142StoneNote: konqueror...?05:46
AgrajagTonren: is mysql set up to accept incoming connections from anywhere?05:46
tonyyarusso!ubuntu-desktop | Agrajag05:46
ubotuAgrajag: 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.05:46
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heydudefoutrelis, they are removed now05:46
tonyyarussoAgrajag: install that05:46
Agrajagtonyyarusso: huh?05:46
StoneNoteXs142, my nad, I'm in KDE05:46
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K3nto!lvm05:46
ubotuTips and tricks for RAID and LVM can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RaidConfigurationHowto and http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO05:46
kdeedkI thought Linux doesn't have Registry Editor.05:46
kalorinso does anyone know why fonts are so ungraceful under X?05:46
TonrenAgrajag: Ooh!  It won't even respond to the port if you don't configure it to accept connections from the querying IP address?05:47
tonyyarussoAgrajag: 'sudo aptitude install ubuntu-desktop' will get you everything that comes in a desktop installation05:47
kalorinI mean like monospace 9pt is 1 pixel wide, 10px is basically bold05:47
StoneNoteXs142, open a terminal and sudo -i and then cd /lib/modules/2.6.17-11-386/build  and see if it gives you an error05:47
kalorinnothing in the middle05:47
arrenlexkdeedk: It doesn't. o_O05:47
Agrajagtonyyarusso: ...what in the world are you talking about?05:47
kdeedkarrenlex KRegEdit05:47
foutrelisheydude: Now sh NVIA*** --uninstall05:47
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whtvrrobstonenote, it aborted the install05:47
AgrajagTonren: I think so05:47
StoneNotewhtvrrob, what error?05:47
tonyyarussoAgrajag: ..hold on, I probably misread :S05:47
kalorinof all the things that I miss about windows (which is a pretty small list, font support is clearly better )05:47
whtvrrobstonenote, it had a rather long error message05:47
foutrelisheydude: replace NVIA*** with the actual nvidia installer05:47
arrenlexkdeedk: what?! XD I've never heard of anything like that in five years using kde. Are you misreading "khexedit"?05:47
StoneNotewhtvrrob, that's what pastebin is for05:47
ubuntuarrenlex: hmmm bad the image is in mdf05:47
pajamahi, I'm trying to install Edgy into a Thinkpad X31... I managed to boot the installer using the netboot images configured in Grub... but I want to use my CD-ROM as the source of packages for installation... can this be done?05:48
tonyyarussoSonic_13: That was at you, oops.  ^^^05:48
StoneNotewhtvrrob, pastebin.us05:48
ubuntuarrenlex: how can i mount it.05:48
Sonic_13?05:48
arrenlexubuntu: No idea. Google, I guess.05:48
foutrelisheydude: And to finish off, sh NVI** to install it again. Then reboot :)05:48
Sonic_13oh this -->: 'sudo aptitude install ubuntu-desktop' will get you everything that comes in a desktop installation05:48
Xs142StoneNote: It does give me an error yes05:48
pajamaI've tried doing a softlink into /var/www on another machine, but it doesn't work05:48
ubuntuarrenlex: ok05:48
kdeedkarrenlex Ahh, my bad .. KRegEdit is a utility that helps you view Windows Registry from Linux =)05:49
whtvrrobstonenote, it's on there, posted by whtvrrob05:49
pajamado I have to do something else to make the installer believe the CD-ROM is a "mirror" using an Apache?05:49
ExxonValdeez i am having some response troubles with my keyboard and mouse. does anyone have any suggestions? the mouse and keyboard freeze for a sec or two and sometimes the keyboard repeats letters05:49
heydudefoutrelis, there were errors during rocess, but the uninstall is now complete05:49
tonyyarussopajama: The alternate CD can be used as a source, but not the desktop, afaik05:49
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StoneNoteXs142, cd /lib/modules and the ls and see if 2.6.17-11-386 in in the list05:49
moeruhmm..05:49
StoneNotewhtvrrob, you need to give me the url05:49
pajamatonyyarusso: thanks! great answer... let me try05:49
tonyyarussopajama: apt-cdrom add is the way to do it05:49
foutrelisheydude: You may want to reboot before install it again. I am not sure.05:49
TonrenAgrajag: That's hardcore05:49
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heydudefoutrelis, ok isee it i had to catch up05:49
StoneNoteXs142, cd /lib/modules and then ls and see if 2.6.17-11-386 in in the list05:49
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arrenlexkdeedk: Oh, okay.05:50
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Xs142StoneNote: It's there, yes05:50
jfalvarezhey :), i got an erro upgrading from dapper to edgy: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10138/05:50
moeru!iso05:50
whtvrrobstonenote, http://www.pastebin.us/1713305:50
pajamatonyyarusso: but I can't do that in the installer05:50
ubotuTo 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.05:50
grteHey guys, shouldn't a transfer over NFS be pretty fast?05:50
arrenlexkdeedk: Don't scare me like that. xD The only thing worse would be to hear someone talk about kbluescreen.05:50
AgrajagTonren: well, I'm not 100% on that, I don't use mysql for much of anything05:50
jfalvarezhow to upgrade from 2.4.x kernel to 2.6.x using apt ?05:50
AgrajagTonren: but if I were you, I'd check out its config file05:50
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StoneNoteXs142, cd /lib/modules/2.6.17-11-386 and then ls and see if build is in the list05:51
tonyyarussopajama: Some installers have custom options...I'm not sure.  So you have a netboot ultra-minimal thing, but instead of a network, want to use the CD?  Why not just use the CD in the first place?05:51
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kdeedkarrenlex lol05:51
viperhelp05:51
threeonefour_i am haveing problems of changing the permissions of a file05:51
foutrelis!ask | viper05:51
ubotuviper: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)05:51
viperi think i just messed up my myth tv bad05:51
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grteDoes anyone know why an NFS tranfser over a local network might max out at 15 KB/s?05:51
Xs142StoneNote: It's not there, no.05:52
viperi typed sudo chmod 666 /etc/home/viper/.mythtv05:52
rootnodedamn!05:52
pajamatonyyarusso: this Thinkpad X31 does not have a CD or a floppy05:52
viperhow do I undo that05:52
ubuntudev/loop0: No such file or directory05:52
ubuntuarrenlex:  dev/loop0: No such file or directory05:52
Agrajagviper: First, build a time machine.05:52
kdeedkgrte The sender and receiver computer NIC was have same NIC Speed (ex. 100Mbps)05:52
tonyyarussopajama: So the CD you want to use as the source - it's connected how?05:52
viperseriously05:52
viperhow do i fix it05:52
Agrajagviper: seriously.05:52
grtekdeedk: Yeah, this one is 100Mbps05:52
rootnodecan't remount my /home partition....some who can help me?05:52
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Agrajagviper: you don't.05:52
pajamatonyyarusso: another machine has it loop mounted, under an Apache05:52
rootnodesomeone*05:52
grteAnd so is the one on my local machine.05:53
viperI just spent 2 weeks configuring it05:53
tonyyarussopajama: Gotcha.05:53
arrenlexubuntu: What was the command you ran?05:53
grteSo you'd think I could do better.05:53
viper4 hours getting my remote control working05:53
Agrajagviper: you have no backups?05:53
viperthere has to be an easy fix05:53
kdeedkgrte How is it connected? Wired or Wireless?05:53
grteWired.05:53
tonyyarussopajama: Tell me about a) the directory structure of the CD-ROM, b) how/where exactly it's mounted, c) I'm assuming you have the IP of the other machine, etc.05:53
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StoneNotewhtvrrob, are you running a custom kernal? it found /lib/modules/2.6.17-11-generic/build/include/ but says There is probably a slight difference in the kernel configuration between the set of C header files you specified and your running kernel.  You may want to rebuild a kernel based on that directory, or specify another directory.05:53
foutrelisviper: Noone knows what the permissions were before you changed them to 666. Therefore there is no fix05:53
viperCould not open settings file /home/viper/.mythtv/mysql.txt for writing05:53
vipers what mythtv is telling me05:54
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kdeedkgrte connected directly to each other, or via a central device such as hub, switch, router?05:54
arrenlexHehe... 666 are the coolest permissions ever.05:54
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grteConnected via a router.05:54
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StoneNoteXs142, now I find that really odd. give me a second to look something up05:54
foutrelisviper: Try giving it 75505:54
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whtvrrobstonenote, i believe i may be, not sure actually, i can change it to a specific kernel if that'd be better05:54
StoneNotewhtvrrob, if you want this to compile, that might be a good idea05:54
whtvrrobstonenote, ok this is gonna sound stupid, but how would i do that05:55
moeruwhere could I mount an iso? cdrom?05:55
viperTHANK YOU05:55
viperFIXED05:55
viperwew05:55
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arrenlex!iso | moeru05:55
ubotumoeru: 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.05:55
Dr_willismoeru,  where? about anywhere. /media/iso is a good spot05:55
foutrelisGlad to know :)05:55
viperbows05:55
moeruThat'll work05:55
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moeruI keep getting iso does not exist05:56
viperwhere does myth tv store all its mp3s? i wanna add a bunch05:56
beg1689anyone here know how i can start nautilus without spawning the desktop05:56
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StoneNotewhtvrrob, for once, you gotta reboot and when grub comes up, pick the 2.6.17-11-generic kernel and not any special one you've compiled05:56
arrenlexmoeru: Counterintuitively, you need to create the folder before you can use it. =P05:56
ahave_is there a reason why a BIOS would not allow booting from a liveCD?05:57
beg1689cause its old05:57
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arrenlex!who | beg168905:57
ubotubeg1689: As you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)05:57
threeonefour1sorry i got disconnected05:57
whtvrrobstonenote, ok then, i'm not running anything special, just the standard 2.6.17-11-generic, since i don't have another one listed at grub05:57
ahave_beg1689, what are the requirements?05:57
Thinkpad_Guruahave_ if the bios isn't set for the CD-rom as your first boot device, it wont boot05:57
moeru...I feel dumb now =p05:58
Minoruahave, you might need to allow booting from a cd.05:58
beg1689ahave_: there should be an option in your BIOS that determines the boot order05:58
ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, i can boot the CD, just not run a liveCD05:58
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ahave_beg1689, Thinkpad_Guru: i understand all that05:58
StoneNotewhtvrrob, odd.05:58
beg1689oh05:58
musashidenhello everyone05:58
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beg1689what seems to be the problem then?05:58
arrenlex!hi | musashiden05:58
ubotumusashiden: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!05:58
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ahave_beg1689, Thinkpad_Guru: my problem is when the cd is trying to run05:58
Thinkpad_Guruahave_  maybe it was a bad burn, try buring the iso image on brand name media at 2x or 4x05:58
TonrenAgrajag: Ugh... it's still not working with me.05:58
StoneNotewhtvrrob, go to #vmware and show them that pastebin. they might have a better idea05:58
foutrelisheydude: How is everything going with you problem?05:58
musashideni was wondering, how do i add a ntfs disk to my new ubuntu installation? i just want to retrieve some files from it.05:58
tonyyarussopajama: still alive?05:58
Thinkpad_Guruahave_  its a common issue for me personally05:59
StoneNotewhtvrrob, I'm stumped05:59
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pajamatonyyarusso: it is mounted in /var/www/iso as a soft link05:59
ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, i have tried 2 diff distros both work on my laptop and neither on this older pc05:59
threeonefour1as i was saying i cannot change the permisitions of a folder    i tried su   chmod -R 777 new05:59
arrenlex!ntfs > musashiden05:59
foutrelisthreeonefour1: try sudo. And be careful with that -R05:59
arrenlexthreeonefour1: You mean, sudo chmod -R 777 new05:59
Thinkpad_Guruahave_  this may sound dumb (personal experience talking :)  ) but is the cd-rom in working order?06:00
rootnodePROBLEM: suddenly my /home was in read-only mode. rebooting didn't help and remounting it with "mount -o remount,rw /home" fails. ideas anyone?06:00
tom47beg1689 mc is quite handy instead of nautilus in cli06:00
heydudefoutrelis, just restarted and it worked like a charm06:00
fog_proxyHi all. I did 'insmod xxx' in ubuntu, and after that I reboot the PC, the module xxx has auto added to the system. Which file configed this? How can I remove it from auto insmod?06:00
heydudethank you06:00
ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, as far as i know it is06:00
Dr_willismc is darn handy :)06:00
foutrelisheydude: Nice :) You 're welcome.06:00
tonyyarussopajama: To what, the root of the CD?  Assuming ubuntu/ is a folder at the root level of the CD-ROM, you need deb http://the.ip.addy/iso/ubuntu release sections as your apt line06:00
heydude:)06:00
pajamatonyyarusso: sudo mount ~/downloads/ubuntu-6.10-alternate-i386.iso /media/iso -t iso9660 -o loop06:00
ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, i mean.. it boots and displays a liveCD menu. just causes a reboot when i try to install06:00
arrenlexpajama: Don't need that -t, it's auto detected.06:00
Thinkpad_Guruahave_  how old are we talking about? like pentium 166 kindof old, or something within the last 4 years or so?06:00
threeonefour1arrenlex, no i mean i  su    then i chmod06:01
pajamatonyyarusso: I dont have an "apt line"... I'm booting the netboot installer using Grub06:01
fog_proxyany idea?06:01
tonyyarussopajama: /media/iso == /var/www/iso?06:01
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ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, post 4year old pc. socket 7 hardware06:01
tonyyarussopajama: Well, however the netboot one prompts for it06:01
pajamatonyyarusso: yeah: ln -s /media/iso /var/www/iso06:01
ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, amd-k606:01
fog_proxyHow to remove a module from auto load when system boot?06:01
shatratahave_, the liveCD doesnt work on all hardware.  you might try safe settings and stuff like pci=noacpi and such, but if it gives you trouble it might just be best to download the alternate installer.06:01
Sonic_13how do i set up apache to host a web page?06:01
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Thinkpad_Guruahave_  there really is not reason why it shouldn't work.  Maybe try flashing the bios with the newest firmware?06:01
pajamatonyyarusso: in the installer I put the IP address of the Apache server and the subdirectory, which is iso06:01
tonyyarussoSonic_13: sudo aptitude install apache206:01
beg1689Sonic_13: /join #apache06:02
Thinkpad_Guruahave_  Or set the bios to failsafe defaults.06:02
tonyyarussopajama: Put iso/ubuntu instead of just iso06:02
pajamatonyyarusso: but then the installer complaints: "The installer failed to download a file from the mirror... "06:02
pajamatonyyarusso: I can surf the CD using Firefox, so it is mounted and you can see it in Apache06:02
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tonyyarussopajama: Good, should just be the folder then06:03
beg1689Sonic_13: read the docs, you probably dont have to do anthing, just stick your index.html in the right spot, or change its Root to where your web files are06:03
threeonefour1how do i change the permistions of a folder06:03
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beg1689chmod06:03
bimberifog_proxy: add it to /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist06:03
Xs142StoneNote: Come up with anything?06:03
Thinkpad_Guruthreeonefour1 sudo chmod <permissions>06:03
pajamatonyyarusso: it is another problem, because when I put something like "/ubuntubadmount" it complaints with a red screen06:03
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StoneNoteXs142, nope.  and I'm falling asleep in my chair so I need to hit the hay06:03
threeonefour1big1689, nope didn't work06:04
fog_proxybimberi: thanks. can I just remove it from where it added?06:04
Xs142StoneNote: oh ok, thanks for trying atleast :)06:04
tonyyarussopajama: When browsing the CD, do you see folders like iso/ubuntu/dists ?06:04
pajamatonyyarusso: but when I put /iso it gives me this strange error... also, the /var/log/apache2/access.log shows it gets (200) the Release file correctly06:04
fog_proxybimberi: the module is not loaded before, just after I did insmod once06:04
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pajamatonyyarusso: yes I see those folders06:04
fog_proxybimberi: I think after I did that command, ubuntu auto add the load policy of it to somewhere06:04
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threeonefour1beg1689, nope didn't work06:05
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tonyyarussopajama: does it say which file it can't get?06:05
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fog_proxybimberi: I noticed in /etc/modprobe.d/ a new file has created06:05
fog_proxybimberi: can I just remove it?06:05
pajamatonyyarusso: nope06:05
pajamatonyyarusso: the md5 sum is correct06:05
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tonyyarussopajama: Are you specifying sections when you do this?  Your CD only has main and restricted, so any attempts at universe or multiverse will fail06:05
pajamatonyyarusso: I tried what you said but using the alternate install iso also gives me the same error06:06
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pajamatonyyarusso: I have not get to that part yet06:06
duck_how do i enable universe?06:06
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ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, how does one go about updating the bios? i have never done so06:06
pajamatonyyarusso: maybe is the netboot image the one failing06:06
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ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, i have the current bios #, but how do i find updates for it?06:06
tonyyarussopajama: Could be.  You tried the alternate with iso/ubuntu as your subdir, and that failed?06:07
tonyyarussohmm06:07
kalorinsmokin!06:07
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ubuntu!iso06:07
ubotuTo 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.06:07
pajamatonyyarusso: yes, it failed just the same06:07
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shatratahave_, I think flashing the bios might be a little extreme.  if the CD integrity check is ok then I would try the alternative installer.06:07
Thinkpad_Guruahave_ that might be a challenge.  Is it an oem PC? or a custom build one?  If it is like an HP or something you can find bios flashes from their website, or else, the manufactureer of the motherboard06:07
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MinoruProblem: Ok, I have been trying to get my wide screen monitor(asp;16:10) to run properly. Because there isn't a resolution setting sutible for my monitor, I downloaded the program 914resolution. It installed fine and ran fine, but only once. Now, the Terminal wont even acknowledge that 914 is installed. I really need to be able to use the force resolution function, but I can't. Does anyone know what could be the problem?06:08
tonyyarussopajama: I'd probably have to read up on this netboot thing more to get a sense of what's going on, but meanwhile I need to get to bed.  Good luck, or I'll see you another day?06:08
ksnipawas wondering if anyone knew about any good open source command line diciontary, word searcher, spell checker type programs06:08
Thinkpad_Gurusharat, you may be right, although it has worked for me in the past.06:08
ksnipai came across writers work bench but it doesnt seem to be open source06:08
pajamatonyyarusso: thanks a lot bye06:08
tom47duck_ the easiest way is probably System>Administration>Software Sources06:08
ahave_shatrat, trying to run a CD check causes a reboot06:08
Thinkpad_Guruahave_ have you tried the text install??06:08
ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, no. is that a seperate .iso?06:09
Thinkpad_Guruno06:09
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shatratahave_, well...what speed did you burn the CD at, maybe it is corrupt? although I dont think corruption would cause a reboot.06:09
XeperDoes anyone else here run the ATI SB600 chipset?06:09
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MinoruXeper: No, why?06:10
Thinkpad_Gurushatrat he said the cd works on his other machines...I guess he can't even get the CD to read06:10
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DralidHow do check free disk space on Edgy Eft? Either through terminal or graphical tool?06:10
XeperMinoru: Because I need help getting it to work...06:10
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MinoruXeper: Whats wrong? Is it just not working?06:11
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XeperMinoru: Yes.06:11
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userund!op06:11
ubotuHelp! Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Burgundavia, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos, tonyyarusso, PriceChild or Amaranth06:11
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XeperMinoru: Apparently it wasn't supported until kernel 2.6.20, and even when I tried feisty it wasn't built into there either.06:11
Madpilotuserund, it's just a netsplit, nothing the ops can do06:11
userundMadpilot, oh, ok.06:11
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userundsorry then.06:12
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Madpilotubotu, netsplit | userund06:12
ubotuuserund: netsplit is when two IRC servers of the same network (like Freenode) disconnect from each other, so users on one server stop seeing users on the other. If this is happening now, just relax and enjoy the show. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netsplit06:12
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MinoruXeper: I'm sorry, but, what chipset was that?06:12
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XeperMinoru: ATI SB60006:12
MinoruOk, one second.06:13
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DralidHow do check free disk space on Edgy Eft?06:14
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shatratDralid, df -h06:14
Anabellehi06:14
shatratmoo06:14
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ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, can you link me to the text installer? i can only seem to find the liveCD version06:14
Dralidthank you, shatrat!06:15
Anabellecan i limit my internet connection speed to 5ks?06:15
pyrotixI unrar'd a file and now I cannot find it? omg. What do I do?06:15
TonrenWhy won't mysqld accept connections on my Ubuntu Dapper server?06:15
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naught101shatrat: does that work for / as well, considering other drives may be mounted under it?06:15
kdeedkTonren search for it... find / -name NameOfTheFile06:15
pyrotixI mean: I unrar'd a file and now I cannot find it. omg. What do I do?06:15
Tonrenkdeedk: mistell...?06:15
kdeedkPyromancer search for it... find / -name NameOfTheFile06:15
shatratnaught101, it lists by partition06:16
kdeedkTonren yup .. /me runs away .. sorry06:16
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AnabelleCan i limit the speed of my internet connection using kubuntu?06:16
moeruAnyone recommend a good image viewer for looking at images across the network? (got a file server with a metric ton of wallpapers on it)06:16
Thinkpad_Guruahave_ sorry i wasn't thinking, you need the cd to actually load to the point of the menu to select install to load from text install, I don't know what cd you have, I have the DVD which allows regular install, oem, and text instal06:16
naught101ah..06:16
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ubuntuhey is someone try to install test drive in UBuntu06:17
kdeedkubuntu be more specific.06:18
Thinkpad_Guruahave_ you can't even get the cd to recognize right? One more thing, doing the GUI install requires considerable RAM, you might be interested with your old K7 unless it has around 512mb ram to go and get the OEM CD or full DVD anyway.06:18
Anabelleare my messages being read?06:18
Anabellei feel like talking alone06:18
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ubuntukdeedk Test Drive is game for windows06:18
Thinkpad_GuruAnabelle you want to limit the speed?06:18
ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, i just have an option on the liveCD to install/start, start in safe graphics mode, check for CD defects, mem test, and boot from HD06:19
Thinkpad_GuruAnabelle please explain what you mean, why do you want to cap yourself?06:19
ubuntuand i ask if someone try to install this game  3gb.06:19
ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, CD will boot and recognize just fine. just reboots whenever i select one of the options06:19
Anabelleyes, i have an old laptop downloading stuff all the time, and it's eating up my bandwith, i use two other boxes06:19
Anabellei just want to "cap" the laptop06:19
kdeedkubuntu Thank you! :) .. you can cedega-transgaming .06:20
kdeedk!cedega | ubuntu06:20
ubotuubuntu: cedega is a project based on WINE, aimed at running Windows games on Linux. For more info, see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/Cedega06:20
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naught101test drive? game?06:20
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Thinkpad_Guruahave_ ok ok I thought it was an actual bios issue. If the installer doesnt work, get the oem version which lets you install from a text installer.  Don't do the OEM install though06:20
kdeedknaught101 I think that was from Need For Speed, iirc06:21
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ubuntunaugh101 yest test drive unlimited for pc06:21
ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, define OEM?06:21
Thinkpad_GuruAnabelle, can you limit the bandwidth with the program?06:21
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MinoruXeper: Sorry, I checked a few patch websites to see if they have something, but they didn't. :-/06:21
ubuntuyeyeyeye06:21
Anabellei dont think so, the program is the konsole06:21
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MinoruXeper: I'm quite sorry.06:21
ubuntukdeedk: cedea want to pay for the program06:21
morlahi, I build a 2.6.20, and lost the framebuffer. Already checked all options and googled for hours, I think I configured everything corrctly..06:22
kdeedkubuntu you could try cedega-transgaming06:22
shatratahave_, here is a link http://ubuntu-releases.cs.umn.edu//6.10/ubuntu-6.10-alternate-i386.iso06:22
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Thinkpad_Guruahave _original equipment manufactered They make a cd for people specifically building PCs that install ubuntu.  I *believe* it has a text install option, which is probably what you will be needing.  I know my Full DVD has that option.06:22
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XeperMinoru: Damn... is there any idea of when something may be up?06:22
ahave_Thinkpad_Guru, shatrat: thanks06:23
XeperMinoru: I appreciate you looking into that for me06:23
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ubuntukdeedk: from where i can try it06:23
bimberifog_proxy: yes I think you can (just in case nobody else answered)06:23
Anabelleam i looking for an impossible?06:23
Thinkpad_GuruAnabelle I really havn't come across a program like that.  I'm sure they are out there though.   Are you behind a router? Can you confure the router to cap your bandwidth to your PC?06:24
shatratAnabelle, well, if you cant limit the speed used by the program, you can use a traffic shaper to limit traffic, but im not familiar with them06:24
MinoruXeper: Not sure. But something is bound to come up. I'd still ask around on the irc though.06:24
Anabelleim behind a router, but my ISP wont let me change the router's settings06:24
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shatratAnabelle, but if youre using bit torrent or something lots of clients will let you limit the bandwith up and down06:24
fog_proxybimberi: OK. thanks, has done that :)06:25
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Anabelleyes i know, but i want to limit the kubuntu dapper to edgy update06:25
Thinkpad_GuruAnabelle, your ISP has no control over your router. What kind of router is it? Linksys? Netgear?06:25
lkthomasanyone using hp printer in ubuntu ?06:25
shatratThinkpad_Guru, well, they might if its an ISP issued router.06:25
AnabelleHuaHwei, yes they have the password..06:25
shatratlkthomas, I am06:26
null_I installed Madwifi, do I have to reboot, or can I restart a specific service or something?06:26
Thinkpad_GuruAnabelle, you mean modem?06:26
lkthomasshatrat, are you using hplip ?06:26
Anabelleit's an ADSL modem in Router Mode06:26
shatratlkthomas, yes, although I dont mess with it much.06:26
lkthomasshatrat, we are using hplip too, I just wondering how could I send fax to that allinone printer06:26
shatratlkthomas, I dont know anything about faxes. mine is a photosmart06:27
lkthomashmm06:27
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MinoruOh, speaking or which, I need some help.. I have a monitor with an aspect ratio of 16:10(1440x900). I downloaded the program 914resolution to fix it. Things seemed to be going good, but then the program stopped working. I've reinstalled it many times, but that did not help. I don't get any error messages other than "914resolution no found." Does anyone know what the problem could be?06:28
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Thinkpad_GuruAnabelle, hmm, yeah a traffic shaper would be a suggestion, although I havnt ever played with one.06:28
shatratMinoru, I believe its named 915resolution06:28
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Checkkaif I execture a make install, does that move all the files that were compiled with 'make' to the proper directories?06:28
Anabelleis a traffic shaper a program?06:28
Anabellecan i find it in the repository?06:28
shatratAnabelle, its a type of program, yes. I imagine there is something appropriate in the repos but I dont know anything about it.06:28
geniiAnabelle: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=216421006:28
Thinkpad_GuruAnabelle Yes06:29
ubuntukdeedk: from whre to download cedega06:29
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geniiAnabelle: What you want to do is there06:29
beg1689can someone tell me how to start nautilus without starting the desktop part of it? or if thats even possible?06:29
Thinkpad_Gurugenii damn, I'm just going to shut up from now on :)06:30
MinoruShatrat: .... ah... ^^;;;;; That it would be. (I can't believe I made a mistake like that.) They HAVE a 914resolution, but it's not what I have... Thank you SOO very much.06:30
Anabelleill take a look thanx06:30
shatratMinoru, im like an idiot savant with computers06:30
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geniiThinkpad_Guru: LOL Nah don't do that :)06:30
tuesquestion, ubuntu stop installing at 67%!06:30
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tueswhat should i do?06:30
shatrattues, first step: panic06:30
tuesim at that point XD06:31
shatrattues, using the LiveCD installer?06:31
Thinkpad_Gurugenii never heard of a modem-router before though.. I guess some places/isp's do different things06:31
tuesyes06:31
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shatrattues, are you still in it?06:31
tuestalking on it right now this is a time based question06:31
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Anabelleyes, they do different things06:31
geniiThinkpad_Guru: Theres a lot of them these days, SpeedStream from sympatico mostly06:31
Anabelleand here at least internet sucks compared to the resto of the world06:32
Anabellelol06:32
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shatrattues, so youre on the liveCD with the installer stuck at 67%?  you could try killing it and starting over.  Unless youre in the middle of repartitioning or shrinking ntfs or something there shouldnt be any harm in that.06:32
shatrattues, and if it keeps giving trouble, use the alternate installer.   the LiveCD is sometimes more trouble than it's worth.06:32
Thinkpad_Gurugenii I just use a linksys modem with a Endian firewall/router on an old Celeron...06:32
tuesno its not stuck yet it freezes at 67 and ive tries twice now06:32
Anabellethe install a modem wich acts as a routerm, only when it wants to, and when it's messed up the take up to 30 day to get to you and "reset" the modem :(06:33
Thinkpad_GuruAnabelle, huh where are you at?06:33
tuesis there a big differance withthe alternat CD and this one?06:33
geniiThinkpad_Guru: You don't wanna know my setup ROFL06:33
AnabelleBogota, Colombia06:33
eratecahi, i'm trying to install ubuntu in a dell notebook and am currently in the partitioner... my problem is that there appears a tiny fat16 partition and the other ntfs windows partition. No that I try to add a fat32 partition, an ext3 partition and a linux-swap partition, it tells me that I have a maximum of 4 logical partitions. How can I install these partitions?06:33
Anabellemy ISP is ETB, they suck06:33
shatratAnabelle, well, at least you can drink good coffee while youre waiting for them to fix the connection.06:34
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Thinkpad_Gurugenii cmon? what is it a T1 and a rack of cisco routers and switches?06:34
AnabelleLOL!! im drinking coffee right now!06:34
Thinkpad_GuruAnabelle I mean geographically :)06:34
shatratAnabelle, is there any way to get your own ruter and use the modem just as a modem?06:34
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Anabelleyes i guess, but haven0t tried06:35
Thinkpad_GuruAnabelle, guess coffee would mean not in the US. hehe06:35
shatratAnabelle, you could even set up one of your linux boxes as a router if it has enough ethernet cards or you have a switch.06:35
AnabelleI do have a switch06:35
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Anabellewith 4 PCs and the Modem/router plugged in06:36
tuesis the alternat cd the 6.06 cd?06:36
geniiThinkpad_Guru: At home where I am right now , no :) I have 2 ADSL lines, one is on a Gnet modem which is cascaded to 3 4port switches. The other line is on a speed stream6520 which does the wifi and is cascaded to 2 16 port switches06:36
geniiThinkpad_Guru: At work we have 2 PRI lines and an oc306:37
Anabelletues: no, there is an alternate CD for each version of Ubuntu, 6.06 has one and 6.10 has another one06:37
tuesk how do i find the 6.10 cd?06:37
tuesalternate06:37
Thinkpad_Gurugenii wow, uh wow, I have a 16 port switch, but is only using 3 ports...hehe See I'm cool too :)06:37
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Anabelleim not cool then? im from the third world!!! cooler than anyone06:38
Thinkpad_Gurugenni I have crappy government T1 at work...06:38
shatrattues,  http://ubuntu-releases.cs.umn.edu//6.10/ubuntu-6.10-alternate-i386.iso06:38
geniiThinkpad_Guru: I have a couple clusters here, thats why all the switches06:38
shatrattues, or even better look for the torrent, then you dont have to worry about it being corrupt06:38
geniiAnabelle :)06:38
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Thinkpad_Gurugenii cool, you render graphics, or are they servers?06:39
Anabellehey what's that with getting the torrent so it wont be corrupt :| ?06:39
Thinkpad_Gurugenii I didn't really mean that server part..  That didn't come out right..06:39
Anabellei installed 6.06 from an original (shipit) CD because all the 6.10 Cds i downloaded said to be corrupt06:40
Anabelleeven the alternates06:40
geniiThinkpad_Guru: Right now I have 1 install cluster. They all pxe boot and install Dapper headless. this is for my work, we are distributing them. My other cluster is just something I am playing around with. Thinking about a rendering farm06:40
shatratAnabelle, bit torrent automatically checksums the completed file and checks for corruption.  HTTP has some error detection b/c of TCP but its more likely to be corrupt than bit torrent06:40
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Thinkpad_GuruAnabelle, you may be burning them too fast try a slow speed like 4x06:41
Anabellei thought it was my laptop's drive06:41
shatratAnabelle, although as tp_g said it might be that you were burning too fast, I burn at 2x always06:41
Anabellei did try burning at 4x06:41
Thinkpad_Gurugenii, neat.  I wish I knew more about clustering, and had some money for the hardware.06:41
Anabelleand didn't work either so i installed 6.06 and now im upgrading to 6.10 and eating up my bandwith so i want to limit the update LOL06:42
Anabellei guess i should just sleep and wait06:42
geniiAnabelle did you install the trickle program? It was on the link I gave06:43
Anabelleyes i saw it, but i can't install anything while upgrading... can i?06:43
cablesHey does anyone know what version of AbiWord supports OpenDocument?06:43
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moeruok..how would one get into a directory with spaces in .wine?06:44
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cablesIf anyone had an answer to my abiword question in the last 10 seconds, I missed it... I accidentally left the channel.06:44
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moeruisn't it /name\ of \directory06:44
Anabellecables: there was no answer son't worry06:44
beg1689is it possible to start nautilus without creating the desktop06:44
deepbluegenehi. i just changing my ubuntu 6.10's settings and activated screensaver 'endgame' it iwas working fine in preview mode but when it becomes active after set time of 1 min it was just a black screen instead of screensaver.i have nvidia card and beryl is installed and working fine.06:44
cablesAnabelle, :)06:44
geniiAnabelle: Ah, OK. No, the apt-get will be locked up.06:44
shatratmoeru, or you could just type the first bit and use Tab to copmlete06:44
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moeruAh ha.God bless autocomplete06:45
Anabelleyes i know... i thought i coul find like a slider to limit conection speed on the system settings or something...06:45
Anabellei am sometimes to optimistic with kubuntu06:45
shatratAnabelle, it's not something most people want to do.  When im downloading everybody else just has to deal with it.06:46
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adjioevI use some gedit or eclipse and sometimes if I want to select text i use shift- arrow up/down. Usually it works but sometimes instead of selecting it prints "2" or "8". how do i switch this mode off?06:46
AnabelleLOL right but when im downloading I have to deal with it :@06:46
oiahsdfhow do i boot an ubuntu livecd so that it uses the vesa driver for X rather than ati?06:46
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Anabelle ok Thankyou for all the help, i've never been to the IRC channel, i loved it06:47
oiahsdfi'm trying to help someone over the phone so forgive me if this would be obvious with the computer in front of me