SlartVeganChick: I'll take a quick guess and say yes12:01
arrenlexVeganChick: Yep12:01
bruenigamd works too12:01
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VeganChickWould it cause problems for my mac if I have Ubuntu partitioned alongside OSX?12:01
SlartVeganChick: I think they work a bit more on the intel specifics because there are more intels out there.. I don't think there is a physical hardware reason for it to be faster.. but I'm no expert on ppc's12:01
PriceChildVeganChick, nope12:01
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PriceChild!pm > Evil_`12:02
IdleOne!dualboot | VeganChick12:02
ubotuVeganChick: Dual boot instructions:  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WindowsDualBootHowTo (x86/AMD64) - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/YabootConfigurationForMacintoshPowerPCsDualBoot (Macintosh)12:02
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oskudectrl_x, sorry, i gotta go. good luck!12:02
VeganChickso Ubuntu isn't going to crash and take out my whole system? lol12:02
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Evil_`You pm'd me first :(12:02
ctrl_xoskude, Ok thanx bye12:02
SlartVeganChick: it might..  you don't get any guarantees like that from Apple or microsoft either =)12:02
IdleOneVeganChick, could but shouldnt12:03
colbertI keep clicking empty trash but my trash won't empty... can some1 help ??12:03
VeganChickhmm, i don't think i have anything terribly important on my mac to start with12:03
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VeganChickmight save me some work...and i'll be happier working on my macbook than this old ibook12:04
ioerrorI want to preseed a value in /etc/apt/apt.conf - does anyone know the proper way to do this? I'm not sure of the preseed directive12:04
SlartVeganChick: then you should be alright.. give it a try and next time someone asks you'll be able to answer =)12:04
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mzfckrdamn, im owned :D12:04
mikeeeeeeecan someone help me compile something from source12:04
mzfckrnvidia drivers sux12:04
wolferinenot really12:04
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wolferinethey are better than ATI12:05
wharfHi there12:05
VeganChickhaha. i'll ask my dad if it's ok with him, he bought me the computer...haha12:05
arrenlexmzfckr: What planet are you from?12:05
mzfckri did like in manual12:05
arrenlex!compile > mikeeeeeee12:05
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mzfckra ubuntu is not booting in gnome12:05
chalmerHow do i change my desktop res.?12:05
wharfCan anyone here please help me with Beryl and XGL please12:05
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PriceChildwharf, > #ubuntu-effects12:05
arrenlex!beryl > wharf12:05
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N3WB"Failed to start the X Server" (Graphic Card: nVidia Geforce 8800 GTS) how to i fix this error?12:05
mikeeeeeeethanks arrenlex12:06
PriceChildN3WB, that card is ridiculously new and I want it. Anyway.... you will have to install different drivers12:06
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PriceChild!nvidia9 | N3WB12:06
chalmerhow do i change my desktop res. ?12:06
ubotuN3WB: envy is a Python script that eases installation of the official Nvidia and ATI drivers. Please see http://albertomilone.com/nvidia_scripts1.html . Developers may be interested in https://launchpad.net/products/envy - See also !Nvidia12:06
denis_on_ubuntuhey guys - when i type in iwconfig eth 1 I get this: IEEE 802.11b/g  ESSID:off/any  Nickname:"Broadcom 4311" Mode:Managed  Access Point: Invalid RTS thr:off   Fragment thr:off  Link Quality:0  Signal level:0  Noise level:0  Rx invalid nwid:0  Rx invalid crypt:0  Rx invalid frag:0  Tx excessive retries:0  Invalid misc:0   Missed beacon:0   -  would anyone be able to help me out?12:06
SlartN3WB: you have a way to cool graphics card... my old graphics card works.. we can make a switch ;)12:06
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N3WBHehe :P12:07
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chalmerhow do i change my desktop res.12:07
N3WBYou wish Slart :p12:07
PriceChildN3WB, you need at least the 9*** drivers :)12:07
sbaushi've a big problem in guidance-power-manager12:07
preactiondenis_on_ubuntu: that's what you're supposed to get?12:07
bimberi!FIXRES | chalmer12:07
Slartchalmer: there is an application in System, Preferences I think.. called screen resolution12:07
sbaushi pasted the problem in http://rafb.net/p/susHsU23.html12:07
ubotuchalmer: The X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type  sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart  in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto12:07
megafaunaHi, I get this error when I open synaptic: "E: dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run 'dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem. ". I did but didn't understand what to do.12:07
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jamisonCan someone recomnd a nice web design program similar to dreamweaver?12:07
denis_on_ubuntupreaction - then how do i make my card connect wirelessly after that point? i dont seem to have any luck with this12:07
PriceChildmegafauna, run "sudo dpkg --configure -a"12:07
bruenigmegafauna, sudo dpkg --configure -a didn't work or what12:07
bimberierk, apologies for the caps12:07
arrenlexmegafauna: run 'dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem.12:07
preactionjamison: bluefish is nice, i hear12:08
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chalmerthank u12:08
preactiondenis_on_ubuntu: did you install gnome-network-manager?12:08
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EdBoyI have a problem.12:08
sbaushi'm with kubuntu12:08
arrenlexEdBoy: run 'dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem.12:08
mirakwhat is the command line to suspend and hibernate the computer ?12:08
preactiondenis_on_ubuntu: did you logout/login?12:08
wolferineonce I change my xorg.conf, what do I need to do, restart a service, log, etc?12:08
denis_on_ubuntuyep i restarted12:08
adjioevjamison, i use eclispse with aptana...12:08
sbaushand the problem is http://rafb.net/p/susHsU23.html12:08
EdBoyWhen I attempt 'sudo dpkg-reconfigure xorg' and enter the password, it dies.12:08
arrenlexEdBoy: Sorry, proceed.12:08
EdBoyarrenlex: close :P12:08
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cafuego_wolferine: logout, hit ctrl-alt-backspace, login.12:08
preactiondenis_on_ubuntu: do you see the gnome-network-manager icon in your notification area?12:08
bruenigEdBoy, xserver-xorg not xorg12:08
arrenlexEdBoy: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg12:08
denis_on_ubuntuyes i do12:09
megafaunaPriceChild / Bruenig / arrenlex: am trying now12:09
TrixseyIs there a way to disable the annoying feature that blocks all files that have the wrong extension? Like how some movies are called "mpeg" but are actually quick time, and due to that they are blocked12:09
EdBoythought I did something wrong12:09
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sbaushno ideas?12:09
denis_on_ubuntubut it doesnt show wireless. when i click on iti t only shows wired connection12:09
preactiondenis_on_ubuntu: can you right click on it and see your wireless card?12:09
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cafuego_wolferine: that restarts X, so it uses the new cfg file.12:09
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SlartTrixsey: blocked? how are they blocked?12:09
denis_on_ubunturight clicking just makes it give me "enable networking"12:09
denis_on_ubuntuas a checkbox12:09
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denis_on_ubuntuand when i just click on it it only gives me "wired network" as an option12:10
sbaushnobody that can help me?12:10
TrixseySlart, a window comes up and says it wont let me run the program since it could be a virus12:10
preactiondenis_on_ubuntu: did you try clicking on that? and could you put my nickname and not use the enter key as punctuation? makes it easier to follow the conversation12:10
megafaunaPriceChild / Bruenig / arrenlex: That was easy: Thanks! I had gotten myself into aptitude somehow....12:10
PriceChildmegafauna, good good, have fun :)12:10
denis_on_ubuntui dont know how to do this preaction - i'm new to this - sorry - could you tell me how?12:10
SlartTrixsey: eh.. you're not supposed to execute your files..12:10
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SlartTrixsey: your movies, I mean12:10
idefixif you don't want hackers on your PC while you're away and your PC is on, I suppose you could pull out your UTP, but can't say you say to your firewall "block everything from the internet"?12:10
TrixseyI try to double click them and shit hits the fan12:10
PriceChild!ohmy | Trixsey12:11
ubotuTrixsey: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.12:11
bruenigTrixsey, what are you doing?12:11
Trixseybruenig, wanna watch a movie with an incorrect extension12:11
Trixseywhy not let mplayer play it..12:11
bruenigTrixsey, change the extension12:11
Trixseyubuntu blocks12:11
Trixseywhy is it blocking? is this some ubuntu l33t feature?12:11
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Arch_NMEargh... why can't company put out linux drivers with their products12:11
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SlartTrixsey: if you right click and chose properties.. remove the checkmark on "executable".. that should fix it12:11
mirakwhat is the commandline to suspend the system and hibernate ?12:11
xethxwhat is a good program to make icons in?12:11
Arch_NMEI mean tons of people use linux12:11
denis_on_ubuntumsg preaction i tried doing this yes12:11
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EdBoyxethx: IconMaker?12:12
SlartTrixsey: I mean.. right click on the mpeg-file.. chose properties etc12:12
cafuego_argh, why can't people check if a product is supported before they buy it12:12
TrixseySlart, can I still run it if its not executable?12:12
colbertAre there any add-on scripts for XChat to display my CPU info like ram, traffic, etc. ??12:12
Arch_NMEso angry I can't even type12:12
bruenigmirak, I believe those are gdm things12:12
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TrixseySlart, there is no universal solution.. doing this on 500 movies is hardly a hit12:12
Trixseynor would renaming them be12:12
Arch_NMEcafeugo: your sarcastic comments are not helping my anger management over here12:12
SlartTrixsey: you're not supposed to run mpegs... they are not programs...they are data.. you run a movie player to play the movie.. same as in windows.. movies aren't exe-files12:12
bruenigTrixsey, you can chmod -x them all if they are all for some reason executable12:12
cafuego_xethx: gimp/inkscape12:12
arrenlexTrixsey: Use an automatic renamer. Or use mplayer. :)12:12
xethxEdBoy, where can i get it?12:12
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mirakbruenig: mmm ?12:12
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xethxcafuego, thankyou12:13
cafuego_xethx: the gnome icons are done in Inkscape.12:13
TrixseySlart, problem is I run mplayer and ubuntu blocks mplayer12:13
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EdBoyxethx: Dunno, was just guessing12:13
bruenigmirak, so I don't think it is some recognizable shell command it would be some special gdm option12:13
arrenlexTrixsey: ubuntu does what now?!12:13
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cafuego_xethx: You should be able to obtain their SVG source at openclipart.org12:13
SlartTrixsey: you can do it from the console.. chmod a-x -R *.mpeg should work12:13
preactiondenis_on_ubuntu: i'm installing the network manager, hang on12:13
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Trixseyarrenlex, it blocks the friggin thing.. it whines about "THE FILE MIGHT BE A VIRUS"12:13
Evil_`how can I make a file "non world writable"12:13
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denis_on_ubuntuthank you preaction12:13
xethxsudo apt-get install inkscape ftw12:13
TrixseyI dont care if its a virus, I want to watch the movie should my harddrive burn12:13
arrenlexTrixsey: WHAT?! XD What's doing that?12:13
Arch_NMEcafeugo: also, if you can find a cellualr internet card that has linux drviers and software I would be more than happy to purchase it, but it doesn't even seem like there is such an animal12:13
TrixseyI don't know what exactly :P Could it be gnome? lol12:14
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bruenigEvil_`, you don't want anyone writing to it or just "others"12:14
denis_on_ubuntuhow do I message someone on here with their name highlighted before the text?12:14
arrenlexTrixsey: Take a screenshot please.12:14
MarlunWhen using parted, what is it I should give it, a partition? It's hdb1 that I want to format from a ntfs to ext3, however if I do "parted /media/hdb1" and then "print" it tells me: Unrecognized dik label.12:14
PriceChildTrixsey, This is on ubuntu right? :s12:14
TrixseyPriceChild, yes12:14
PriceChild!tab | denis_on_ubuntu12:14
ubotudenis_on_ubuntu: You can use <tab> for autocompletion of nicknames in IRC, as well as for completion of filenames and programs on the command line.12:14
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Trixseyarrenlex, ok 1 min12:14
arrenlexdenis_on_ubuntu: By putting their name before the text.12:14
denis_on_ubuntuah ok thank you12:14
Evil_`bruenig, when I try to run phpmyadmin with lampp, it says "Wrong permissions on configuration file, should not be world writable!"12:14
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bruenigEvil_`, hmmm, I would sudo chmod go-w it12:15
preactionEvil_`: chmod o-w <the config file>12:15
EdBoyAnyone know which Apache to download for Ubuntu?12:15
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EdBoypkgadd doesn't seem to exist so I can't use the ReliantUnix one12:15
Trixseythis is what it says, arrenlex12:15
bruenigor o maybe, I don't know if it wants group and others or just others blocked12:15
mark007EdBoy, 1.3, 2, and 2.2 are all packaged...12:15
denis_on_ubuntupreaction: thanks for your help i appreciate it - i've been trying to setup wireless for a long time now heh12:15
preactionEdBoy: you probably want the prefork one12:15
mark007Take your pick12:15
Trixseyarrenlex, I can't rename hundreds of files.. that'd be devastating12:15
Trixseythis feature is useless12:15
EdBoymark007: where at?12:15
bruenigTrixsey, yes you can, there is some called rename works very well12:15
SlartTrixsey: hmm.. my ubuntu installation doesn't do what you describe.. something is weird here12:15
preactionEdBoy: open synaptic, search for "apache2"12:16
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arrenlexTrixsey: wtf? That's so stupid... that's the most Windowsy error message I've ever seen.12:16
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Trixseyarrenlex, I WONT RENAME THE FILE12:16
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PriceChild!caps | Trixsey12:16
ubotuTrixsey: PLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.12:16
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arrenlexTrixsey: yes you can, it's very easy. xD12:16
PriceChildTrixsey, please calm down12:16
Trixsey"hey he is from windows, look! he doesn't want to rename 500 files!"12:16
zOaphow do I configure my touchpad to use the bottom scroller as sideways scroller in firefox and other apps? I'm using qsynaptics and the xorg synaptics driver.12:16
ubotukrename: Powerful batch renamer for KDE 3.x. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.0.12-0ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 315 kB, installed size 1240 kB12:16
bruenigcome on12:16
SlartTrixsey: you're running ubuntu right? Edgy eft (6.10) ? something else?12:17
EdBoyOoooh, thanks12:17
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EdBoy2.0.55-4ubuntu4 for apache2-mpm-prefork, right12:17
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Trixseyarrenlex, then why don't you SSH to my comp and do it.. they are in different folders all over the HDD12:17
bruenigTrixsey, are they all mpegs that you need to switch to qt or mov or whatever they are12:17
preactionEdBoy: the last -XXX is the type of MPM installed. i like prefork because it's the most stable. the other ones are faster iirc. ask #apache12:17
Trixseybruenig, no12:17
bruenigTrixsey, well explain it, I am sure someone can script it or do it with find or something12:18
dagerTrixsey, whats the problem?12:18
SlartTrixsey: I12:18
cafuego_Trixsey: Be amazed at the awesome power of the `find' command.12:18
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ubotualacarte: easy menu editing. In component main, is optional. Version 0.10.1-0ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 73 kB, installed size 1136 kB12:18
EdBoyI did, #apache's dead.12:18
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about bostnack - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:18
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preaction!patience > EdBoy12:18
SlartTrixsey: I'm having some trouble understanding this.. you have files named blabla.mpeg and when you try to open it you get a messagebox saying sometinhg about virus?12:18
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bruenigSlart, he gets a message that they are actually qt files so they should be renamed with the right extension12:19
TrixseySlart, you have the whole message12:19
preactionSlart: it's the standard nautilus error message when a file's extention does not match the output from /usr/bin/file12:19
TrixseyI pasted it12:19
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Trixsey"f you open this file, the file might present a security risk to your system. "12:19
cafuego_which movie player says that?12:19
Trixseywas what it said12:19
TrixseyI never said mplayer says that12:19
arrenlexpreaction, Trixsey: Oh, it's nautilus? That explains it... thank god I don't run gnome.12:19
Slarteh.. but I've tried it.. I can rename my movies whatever I want.. I can have them executable and I still don't get a message when I try to open them12:19
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xethxmaby someone can help me, i need to uninstall grub so thst it will boot windows -_-12:20
Slartis it sometihng special with qt movies?12:20
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TrixseySlart, not really.. it goes off for any incorrect file extension12:20
Trixseywhich IMHO is madness12:20
bruenigTrixsey, if you would explain what the files extensions are and what they need to be changed to, we could probably fix it really quickly instead of just saying to us that we couldn't12:20
dagerSlart: why are your movies executable? I'm just curious, but I think they only need to be read-only to be used12:20
Trixseybruenig, I'm a programmer myself.. the movies don't follow a distinct pattern12:20
Trixseynor do their extensions12:20
Slartdager: mm.. I just noticed it myself.. I have no idea..12:21
Trixseythey all differ12:21
denis_on_ubuntupreaction: I guess I am not sure how to make sure that i installed the wireless card correctly - but going through the forum instructions is just really confusing, moreso because things do not work the same way on the instructions as on my box lol12:21
Trixseyand I got hundreds of them12:21
concept10does the Order in Sessions control which app is started first?12:21
Trixseyall over the place12:21
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dagerSlart: so perhaps, since you're in effect trying to "execute" a movie.. it's not registering right with file12:21
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preactionTrixsey: a shell script. call `file`, if it's QT, rename to "avi"12:21
bruenigTrixsey, ok well first, all over the place doesn't matter so get that block out of your mind12:21
TrixseyI simply don't want to make a shellscript or some program to rename all files12:21
dagerSlart: thus, giving you the foreign extension warning12:21
Slartdager: eh.. it won't execute my movie.. it just plays it..12:21
TrixseyI rather format and get debian or whatever12:21
bruenigTrixsey, then leave12:21
preactionTrixsey: debian has nautilus too? you've been given a solution.12:21
TrixseySlart, clicking the movie icon actually executes mplayer, which plays it12:21
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dagerSlart: well yeah, there's nothing to execute, but Nautilus might be thinking you're trying, which is why it presents the error?12:21
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bruenigtrixsey doesn't want us to help him12:22
SlartTrixsey: yes.. that happens for me too.. but I don't get the warning12:22
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xethxcan someone help me uninstall grub?12:22
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PriceChildxethx, uninstall grub?12:22
PriceChildxethx, you want to go back to windows only?12:22
xethxi need to boot windows12:22
cafuego_Same here, when I rename my .MOV files to MPEG they play just fine12:22
Slartdager: but it isn't presenting the error.. I'm changing permissions back and forth.. executing right and left and no warnings whatsoever.. it just plays the file in mplayer12:22
TrixseyI'll just get KDE then.. this is nuts.. I know there are solutions and workarounds but why spend hours (it'd take plenty of time) on converting from one extension to another? (I have a bunch of extensions and they are all wrong, and in different folders and stuff).. not only MPEG/QT12:22
xethxPriceChild, yes12:23
dagerSlart: oh.. I see.. then whats the issue? :P12:23
TrixseyI mean, everything can be solved if you put lots of time to solve it, but my point is why oh WHY would you include such a useless feature in the first place!?!?12:23
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bruenigTrixsey, complain to gnome12:23
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preactionTrixsey: better solution: tell nautilus team to ignore file extentions. or tell the people you download your pirated movies from to use better codecs12:23
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Slartdager: Trixsey is getting a warning message about "bla bla bla danger danger.. executing this might harm your system etc etc"12:23
TrixseyI dont download pirated movies12:23
TrixseyI download free pornography that I masturbate to12:23
dagerSlart: oooh, perhaps I should've told him then :P12:24
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PriceChildxethx, one second12:24
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preactionbruenig: trixsey said "programmer" not "competent programmer"12:24
dagerTrixsey: do you have the corrent libraries to play .mov files?12:24
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m1reve all12:24
FactoryTixsey: no sex drive? =(12:24
bruenigTrixsey, you should write your own DE since you program and all12:24
PriceChild!ohmy | Trixsey12:24
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ubotuTrixsey: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.12:24
m1rnice number tonight :) 104012:24
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PriceChildxethx, http://www.techzonez.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-3975.html12:25
denis_on_ubuntupreaction: any luck with network manager man?12:25
xethxPriceChild, Thanks a bunch12:25
TrixseyIt's not hard to make a shell script that renames the file extensions in a folder, but like I said.. it's not only QT/mov files.. I don't even know what all are12:25
Slartquicktime movies have the .mov extension usually, right?12:25
FactoryJust wanted to let you all know that you're all doing a terrific job. Ubuntu is a godsend of a distro.12:25
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bruenigSlart, yes12:26
trondslart: yep12:26
preactiondenis_on_ubuntu: no, user switching crashed my vm12:26
denis_on_ubuntuoh shoot heh12:26
Trixseybruenig, how would I know which extension which file *should* have?12:26
bruenigTrixsey, you would probably need to use the file command12:26
FactoryTrixsey, you downloaded it, didn't you?12:26
preactionTrixsey: then go through and fix all your extentions. .avi, .mpeg, .mov, .rm, and get the output from `file`12:26
EdBoyto execute apache 2, I go to /usr/sbin/ and exec apache2, right?12:26
JuJuBeeI need to get a motherboard that will support a socket 775 Core 2 Duo.  Can someone suggest one that has been tested to work with ubuntu?12:26
TrixseyFactory, I have hundreds of movies12:26
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FlannelEdBoy: no.12:26
concept10does the Order in Sessions control which app is started first?12:26
preactionEdBoy: no. /etc/init.d/apache2 start12:26
FlannelEdBoy: sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart12:26
xethxPriceChild, I dont have a windows boot disk -_-12:26
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dagerTrixsey: I dont think I fully understand your problem, but you might actually need to convert your files instead of just renaming them12:27
denis_on_ubuntupreaction: ok well i dunno. Is there some application that works like the wireless icon in windows, where it shows you a list of available connections around you?12:27
preactionEdBoy: but that was done for you as part of the install process12:27
preactiondenis_on_ubuntu: that's what the network manager will do12:27
PriceChildxethx, I'm not helping you if you have a pirate version of windows12:27
cafuego_JuJuBee: ANy Intel 945 mobo should work fine with Edgy. 965's will probably work with Feisty.12:27
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xethxPriceChild, I dont12:27
EdBoyHow do I know if it's running? o_012:27
JuJuBeeI have a 965 and cannot get it to work with Feisty.12:27
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Thinkpad_GuruJuJuBee I've had good luck with Foxconn boards12:27
JuJuBeeor earlier.12:27
preactionEdBoy: ps aux | grep "apache"12:27
EdBoyoh, localhost is on12:27
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FactoryThinkpad_Guru, I just read in the forums of someone (actually two people) haveing troubles with one of their models.12:28
Trixseybruenig, and then cycle through the home dir in search for movies to rename to their *actual* extensions?.. and as soon as I get a new movie I have to either manually rename it or run the script?12:28
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denis_on_ubuntupreaction: really? ok - heh cuz it doesnt show any connections around me so, where would i go from there?12:28
xethxPriceChild, I bought the computer from the HP websight12:28
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bruenigJuJuBee, #ubuntu+112:28
preactionEdBoy: might i suggest a standard tutorial for setting up apache?12:28
Trixseythat'd be one messy solution12:28
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preactiondenis_on_ubuntu: probably doesn't because it doesn't think you have a wireless card?12:28
JuJuBeebrueing : what is that?12:28
lisapcwhats (peerguardian?12:28
PriceChildxethx, Best to contact them on the best way to restore it...12:28
bruenigTrixsey, where are you getting these movies that they don't have the write extension in the first place12:28
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Trixseybruenig, from pornsites12:28
bruenigTrixsey, you could set up a cronjob to run the script, awesome12:28
PriceChildxethx, until then you can continue using grub to boot windows12:28
cafuego_Slart: Linxu doesn't.12:28
xethxPriceChild, -_- thats  going to be a pain in the ass12:28
preactionSlart: linux doesn't. nautilus does. it's nautilus12:28
FactorySlart: it doesn't. That's why I'm confused right now.12:28
Factoryoh. nautilus. gotcha12:29
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xethxgrub wont even boot windows12:29
denis_on_ubuntupreaction: so how would i get it to think that i have a wireless card, like i installed ndiswrapper and did the command to rap it around the driver, but i'm confused what to do past that point12:29
Trixseybruenig, lol.. I guess.. but that still feels really dirty12:29
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bruenigSlart, not sure gnome counts as linux anymore, linus is against it and it appears to suck12:29
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cafuego_well, *his* nautilus does.12:29
jlward4thhi all.  question I can't find the answer to on google...  i have 2 sata drives, in my laptop, but one shows up as an ide drive.  how do i disable the ide controller?12:29
phelyxHello just started running Ubunto, is there a YellowDog like application that can be ran to mount drives on the fly.12:29
xethxPriceChild, I get a grub 17 error12:29
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FactoryYahknow, you could just use a different file manager =)12:29
N3WBQuestion: I have just installed Ubuntu from alternative CD and it works perfect and all that, a graphic driver isnt working but i will install that later (if possible)12:29
preactionphelyx: what kind of drives?12:29
Slartbruenig: no.. say it aint so.. I was just beginning to be comfortable with it..12:29
TrixseySorry, I'll correct myself.. I watched birds and bees12:29
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Thinkpad_GuruFactory, hmm, I've had good luck.  Even the Dreaded Linux unfriendly Asus boards work good with the Core 2 Duo for me.  After I added a PCI NIC that is.......12:29
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dagerbruenig: linus is just picky :P12:29
Trixseyor flowers and bees it is perhaps12:29
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preactionno, gnome is failing in its mission.12:30
phelyxpreaction: I read that Ubuntu can read NTFS but not write without installing ntfs-3g12:30
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brueniglinus is hilarious though, I wish I were as good as he was so that when I complained about something sucking I could just go "yeah here are the patches, you guys really do suck"12:30
preactionphelyx: this is true, but does not answer my question12:30
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PriceChildxethx, !offtopic12:30
N3WBbut all i see now is a command tool for ubuntu12:30
N3WBno graphical things or such12:30
N3WBQuestion: I have just installed Ubuntu from alternative CD and it works perfect and all that, a graphic driver isnt working but i will install that later (if possible)12:30
FactoryThinkpad_Guru, ah wow. You  must carry around two rabbits feet and a 4  leaf clover, eh? I've had success with asus myself on amd archs, though. You want me to find you the model those guys were having troubles with or no?12:30
PriceChildargh that wasn't to you xethx12:30
N3WBor do i need to do that now?12:30
ubotu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!12:30
phelyxpreaction: regular ntfs drives from an old windows server12:30
Thinkpad_Gurudager some manufactures haven't made their boards easy for developers to write for12:30
xethxPriceChild, Thanks12:30
Trixseybruenig, why patch something that sucks in the first place.. might as well swap to something else then.. I'll go for KDE4 :'(12:30
cafuego_bruenig: otoh, he knocks back more patches than anyone in the world12:30
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preactionphelyx: so what do you mean by automount? what does the program from yellowdog do?12:31
FactoryTrixsey: or just get a diff file manager.12:31
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phelyxpreaction: 250gb seagate to be exact partitioned 125:12512:31
FactoryTrixsey: why throw away the fridge because the milk is bad?12:31
panfisti have gnome-system-monitor on, if i change a setting in vmware server, memory usage of gnome-system-monitor reports that the memory use of xchat and gnome-system-monitor goes to 4gigabytes and my system hangs for a long time while it pages something12:31
concept10Anyone use kxdocker?  How do I get it to show on the desktop?12:31
bruenigcafuego, he may be a hypocrite but still when he says something sucks, he can prove it, all I can do is sit on the sideline and say you guys really should fix this part even though I really don't understand how any of this code works anyways12:31
phelyxpreaction: Overall the problem is they won't show even with the mount command12:31
xethxPriceChild, GRUB Loading stage1.5.                     GRUB loading, please wait...                Error 1712:32
preactionphelyx: "show"?12:32
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PriceChildone moment xe12:32
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PriceChildxethx, ^12:32
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cafuego_bruenig: No, see, "sucking" is opinion, not fact. You can't prove opinion. Just because he's Linus doesn't mean he's always right.12:32
TrixseyFactory, if the same person made both the fridge and the milk.. you take out your anger on everything he made.. and remove it all! ROAR12:32
JuJuBeeI tried to look through the HCL's but cannot search by slot type (775) or CPU (Core 2 Duo).  I need to get a board replaced fast.  I have to build a new computer and the board I have (Intel 965) is not going to cut it. (Not yet at least).12:32
bruenigcafuego, well he can back it up I should say12:32
Thinkpad_GuruFactory, I don't think thats all necessary.  I don't know my buddy's board model off hand to be of any help anyway.  It is a brand new board though, like a month or two old12:32
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SlartTrixsey: ok.. I now have a quicktime movie.. it's executable.. but when I open it it just says something about not knowing what to do with this filetype12:33
PriceChildxethx, error 17 is that grub can't mount the selected partition12:33
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FactoryTrixsey: You're pretty impatient then =p Remind me not to make you tester for anything I ever right, lest you complain about the colors used.12:33
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xethxPriceChild, soo, what shal i do?12:33
FactoryTrixsey: If you change your mind, http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/nonautilusplease12:33
cafuego_bruenig: Lots of people write patches for all kinds of software and they get rejected all the time.12:33
TrixseySlart, get some mplayer codecs then, there are QT codecs for it :P12:33
FactoryThinkpad_Guru,  alright man. Just checkin12:33
PriceChildxethx, Do you still have ubuntu installed?12:33
bruenigcafuego, right but I can't do that, so I envy those who can, I should learn I guess12:33
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cafuego_bruenig: You don't hear them yellign and complaining about bruised egos.12:33
SlartTrixsey: well... I can open it if I call it movie.mov or movie.mpeg.. but if I just call it movie I get the error message12:34
PriceChild!offtopic | cafuego_ bruenig12:34
ubotucafuego_ bruenig: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!12:34
xethxPriceChild, I installed ubuntu to a externam hd and it installed grub to my dekstop, it was never installed on my computer12:34
SlartTrixsey: not your error message.. just another error message12:34
FactorySlart: Nautilus takes notice of file extensions, remember?12:34
N3WBQuestion: I have just installed Ubuntu from alternative CD and it works perfect and all that, a graphic driver isnt working but i will install that later (if possible)12:34
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N3WBor do i need to do that now?12:34
bruenig!info thunar12:34
FactoryN3WB, nice question.12:34
SlartFactory: yea.. I remember.. just getting closer to repeating the problem12:34
ubotuthunar: File Manager for Xfce. In component main, is optional. Version 0.4.0svn+r23151-0ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 384 kB, installed size 2956 kB12:34
PriceChildxethx, did ubuntu ever boot?12:34
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FactorySlart, =) righto12:34
N3WBYe i have asked it like 10 times now -.-12:34
xethxPriceChild, on the external?12:35
PriceChildxethx, basically... ubuntu cannot find the ubuntu partition/cannot mount it12:35
TrixseyFactory, I didn't complain about the colors.. ??12:35
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SlartI can even rename it to movie.sh and it still doesn't give me a warning12:35
Thinkpad_GuruFactory *Thinkpad Guru* not random *Asus board Guru* :-)12:35
FactoryN3WB, when you say a graphics driver isn't working, what exactly is it doing12:35
Aggrav8di've got users who all share the same group and they can see/edit a samba folder on my linux box.  they can read files (yay) and save files (yay) but when they save the file changes it's group (boo!)  how can i make it keep the old group when they save their files?  i'm running smbd 3.0.22 in ubuntu.12:35
PriceChildN3WB, might be nice to just install it now.12:35
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PriceChildFactory, he has a 8800 unsupported by "nv"12:35
FactoryTrixsey, I was making an analogy =)12:35
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FactoryPriceChild,  gotcha12:35
xethxPriceChild, so?... im skrewed12:35
preactionAggrav8d: the people in #samba would be able to help you better probably12:35
FactoryThinkpad_Guru, hah right right.12:35
PriceChildxethx, Did ubuntu ever boot?12:35
N3WBnVidia has LinuxDrivers for 8800 GTS12:35
N3WBbut not so sure how to install them on Ubuntu (A)12:36
PriceChild!envy | N3WB12:36
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ubotuN3WB: envy is a Python script that eases installation of the official Nvidia and ATI drivers. Please see http://albertomilone.com/nvidia_scripts1.html . Developers may be interested in https://launchpad.net/products/envy - See also !Nvidia12:36
xethxPriceChild, on my dekstop i booted the live cd so i could install to the external12:36
TrixseySlart, yeah in windows I could play any file with mplayer.. even compressed with rar (if my memory serves me right)12:36
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TrixseySlart, whats your file manager then?12:36
Factoryenvy is quite nice for that situation, N3WB12:36
Factoryah, beat me to it.12:36
SlartTrixsey: Nautilus.. that's what's so strange12:36
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dagerSlart and Trixsey: are you running from the command line? or through nautilus?12:37
N3WBAlso is it because X-Server or whatever its called dont got drivers that i dont see ubuntu like it should be?12:37
flyinghippoHello.  I'm just wondering if anyone could suggest a good (preferably graphical) FTP client for Ubuntu.12:37
Slartdager: clicking in the gui... nautilus12:37
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Trixseydager, I tried through nautilus12:37
PriceChildflyinghippo, I love the fireftp extension to firefox. However gnome connects to ftp servers perfectly also12:37
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preactionflyinghippo: he means nautilus12:37
dagerSlart and Trixsey: try it from the commandline.. "mplayer movie" should be sufficient, extensions not needed12:37
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flyinghippoI'm actually connecting to SFTP.12:38
DreamxtremeHi i ned help connecting to the net12:38
Factoryflyinghippo, gFTP hasn't let me down yet.12:38
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flyinghippogFTP has been difficult for that.12:38
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preactionflyinghippo: nautilus will do that too probably. it's just a different way to do scp12:38
ebjcoatwhat's the best program for ripping dvds?12:38
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Dreamxtremextknight: you still on here???12:38
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Jugo23dvdshrink. Don't know if they make a version for linux12:39
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ebjcoatyeah i have dvd decrypter for windows12:39
Slartdager: yes.. that worked as well.. but nautilus seems to work nicely, executable movie or not.. unless I rename it to movie.sh or just movie12:39
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niahtk9copy - like dvdshrink12:39
Factoryebjcoat, there are quite a few if I recall.12:39
ardchoilleJugo23: http://dvdshrink.sourceforge.net  <-- I am using it in Dapper as we speak :)12:39
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xethxPriceChild, so.... what should i do12:39
Factory!dvd ripping12:40
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dvd ripping - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:40
JugoThere you go ebjcoat12:40
DreamxtremeCan any help me connect to the net with my wifi12:40
PriceChildxethx, well you didn't answer my question?12:40
FactoryDreamxtreme, have you tried google yet =)12:40
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xethxPriceChild, yes i did12:40
N3WBQuestion: Drivers for ubuntu should end with .run or?12:40
Dreamxtremeim stuck12:40
JugoDreamxtreme, google 'ubuntu wireless'12:40
SlartN3WB: they sometimes do12:40
preactionN3WB: read the readme12:40
xethx on my dekstop i booted the live cd so i could install to the external12:40
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xethxPriceChild, ^12:41
PriceChildxethx, either way, you've got to contact dell on how to restore your mbr... but I'm trying to let you get grub back to get into windows.12:41
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FactoryDreamxtreme, not being able to connect to the net through wifi is extremely common. I find it hard to believe doing a search on google gave you NOTHING.12:41
PriceChildxethx, but you didn't install?12:41
preactionN3WB: that's not the driver itself, it's a shell program that will install the driver. drivers are .so (shared objects)12:41
SlartN3WB: specifically, the nvidia graphics drivers do12:41
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xethxPriceChild, not to rhe computer thats having problems12:41
Slartyes.. preaction is right.. sorry to add to the confusion12:41
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Arch_NMEif anyone know's anything regarding getting a UTstarcom 5740 EVDO cellular internet card with sprint service to work under ubuntu please pm me, I'll be idle in the chan for the next few hours as I do some of my own web research, sorry for spamming this again12:41
PriceChildxethx, then how has it even got grub on it?12:41
preactionN3WB: but seriously, use envy12:41
xethxPriceChild, thats wat id like to know12:41
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N3WBFine -.- will download it12:42
kraypiusI am having a problem with installing my ubuntu12:42
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Slartkraypius: what kind of problems12:42
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trondHas anyone experienced choppy video with ATI fglrx and beryl xgl? Tried in the #beryl channel, but no response.12:42
ardchoilletrond: Try #ubuntu-effects12:42
kraypiusim at the part where you select the partitions and it keeps telling me: No root file system12:42
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Aggrav8dpreaction - i tried there first :(12:42
PriceChildxethx, I can't help you.... you say you have grub on your machine, even though you haven't installed ubuntu on it?12:43
Factorytrond: ATI never plays nice with ubuntu12:43
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niahttrond: Yes12:43
Factorytrond: just a warning.12:43
preactionAggrav8d: and they said?12:43
kraypiusi selected the correct partition though and set the mount point to /12:43
xethxPriceChild, yes12:43
Aggrav8dtry the sticky bit.  chmod g+s.12:43
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wolferineanyone use Nvidia/dual screens?12:43
Slartkraypius: ok, you need to tell it where to put the root file system.. ie where Ubuntu will be.. similar to the partition where windows will have it's windows folder12:43
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preactionAggrav8d: and after you told them that didn't work?12:43
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Aggrav8dstill nothing.12:43
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trondFactory: It actually plays fairly well here, except for video (maximized and fullscreen with XV) and opengl in cedega/wine12:43
N3WBenvy.deb yep right i guess? :P12:44
bobesponjahey all12:44
kilianif want to allow user kilian to execute shutdown without entering his password, so i added "kilian  ALL=NOPASSWD:/sbin/shutdown" to my /etc/sudoers, but when user kilian enters "sudo shutdown" he is still asked for his password, anybody an idea whats wrong?12:44
Aggrav8di'm sure it's a simple config - "don't muck with group settings"12:44
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Factorytrond: then that's not playing nicely, is it? ;)12:44
N3WBthen put that on a CD or memory stick and use that?12:44
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bobesponjaa friend of mine just installed Ubuntu, can I ssh to his computer or does he need to install ssh or something?12:44
kraypiusisnt that what i was doing on the "prepare mount points" screen?12:44
preactionAggrav8d: you're most likely not going to get help here, that's a hard-core samba problem, and this is a general-purpose ubuntu channel :( you'll just have to be patient. search the docs while you wait?12:44
trondNiaht: Did you find a sollution? Do you know if it is a beryl bug, or ATI prop driver bug, or both? :)12:44
PriceChildN3WB, "sudo dpkg -i package_name.deb" to install it12:44
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trondFactory: If I could solve the choppy video thing I could live with it12:45
Aggrav8dpreaction - i've been searching docs, googling, and trying samba all at once :T12:45
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Aggrav8dpreaction - but thanks for trying :)12:45
preactionN3WB: or just double-click in the latest ubuntu, it will open an installer12:45
Slartkraypius: hmm.. not really no... I can't really remember what that screen looks like.. but you have to tell it to put to root file system on a drive.. the operating system has to be somewhere..12:45
Factorytrond: I can "live" with it, too, but knowing that it's my videocard holding me back from my wine + videogames makes me nuts.12:45
N3WBok thanks, will write that on a note right now :D12:45
niahttrond, sorry,no idea.. I'm sure it's some combination of the bunch. Things with ATI and X simply are not in the best state.. haven't been for some time.12:45
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Factorytrond: therefor, yay nvidia, boo ati.12:45
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trondFactory: it is frustrating yes. The next video card I buy will come from nvidia.12:46
kraypiusmy screen shows: /media/sda1 83Gb Partition 112:46
GMWeezelHow can I make an application take focus when executed from the command line?12:46
Factorytrond, there you go =)12:46
kraypiusswap 502mb partition 312:46
lisapchow can I convert AVI to MPEG please?12:46
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Factorylisapc, have you tried google yet?12:46
kraypius / 10gb part212:46
cafuego_lisapc: using ffmpeg12:46
delaneyI feel like an idiot but im googling my but off trying to find what i need to checkout the latest clearlooks svn and cant find it anywhere.  anyone got a hint?12:46
Slartkraypius: ah.. then root should be on part212:46
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Slartkraypius: then I don't understand why it's complaining..12:46
lisapcFactory, wow, i didnt realise google converts avi. ty12:47
kraypiusyeah thats what i set it to and it says: ! no root file system12:47
lisapccafuego, ty :)12:47
niahttrond, you will have much better success. Honestly, my ATI with beryl is *snappier* an crisper. but jittery at times, and unstable.  With my nvidia (on 64-bit no less), it's really usable.12:47
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Slartkraypius: ah.. btw.. have you told it what file system to use? as in ext2, ext3, reiserfs etc12:47
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Factorylisapc, no, but it's better to actually look for an answer yourself than to come to a channel with an easy-to-fix question.12:47
Factorylisapc, Just sayin'.12:47
kraypiusi created the partition filesystems while in windows. it is ext312:47
xethxcan anyone help me -_-?12:47
lisapcFactory, dont be so self0righteous and condescending, thanks12:47
kraypiusi used partition magic12:48
PriceChildFactory, lisapc lets end that there :)12:48
kraypiusthe install OS option12:48
Slartkraypius: perhaps you have to tell it that it's ext3 somehow?12:48
FactoryPriceChild,  ended12:48
kraypiusit knows12:48
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kraypiuson the previous screen it shows in this order:12:48
lisapcPriceChild, ok :)12:48
bsnideris there a way i can turn off IPTABLES?12:48
trondNiaht: 64 bit? :)12:48
PriceChildbsnider, Pardon? It shouldn't really be causing a problem12:49
preactionbsnider: why would you ever want to do that?12:49
niahttrond, AMD opteron12:49
bsniderlet's say that for argument's sake, i want to do it anyway12:49
kraypius /dev/sda3  linux swap12:49
cafuego_bsnider: Just set all policies to ACCEPT and have no other rules.12:49
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kraypius /dev/dsa1  hidden12:49
preactionbsnider: no, let's say you tell us why and we tell you you're stupid?12:49
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kraypius /dev/sda2  ext3  boot12:50
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PriceChild!coc | preaction12:50
ubotupreaction: The Ubuntu Code of Conduct to which we ask all Ubuntu users to adhere can be found at http://www.ubuntu.com/community/conduct/12:50
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russell190hello every1.12:50
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russell190This is my first time at this server12:50
Factorybsnider: better question: do you know what IPTABLES is ?12:50
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Slartkraypius: hmm.. ok.. that looks good too... I've run out of ideas to try.. my last resort would be to google for the error message.. see what comes up.. oh.. and keep asking in here.. perhaps someone else knows a solution to this12:50
lisapccafuego, is there a GUI front end for ffmpeg?12:50
russell190I also am on irc.wii-battle.com12:51
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cafuego_lisapc: No idea, probably.12:51
bsniderFactory: nm i'll take care of it myself12:51
ardchoillelisapc: What does ffmpeg do?12:51
PriceChild!ffmpeg | ardchoille12:51
Factorybsnider: go for it =) Have fun not using the internet12:51
ubotuardchoille: ffmpeg: multimedia player, server and encoder. In component universe, is optional. Version 3:0.cvs20060823-3.1ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 175 kB, installed size 612 kB12:51
russell190People: I am here to support my server, we need a lot more people, please type .server -m irc.wii-battle.com12:51
russell190replace . with a /12:51
lisapcardchoille, cafuego saud uit will convert my AVI to mpeg12:51
KeeNaFhi guys .. i bought a new harddisk and use it as external with enclosure .. the problem is linux did not detect the hdd ... what should i do?12:52
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niahtbsnider, iptables is a module.12:52
wes_1977what's the files that contains the list of modules to not load a boot time?12:52
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cafuego_the reast is loaded automagically during hardware probe.12:52
ardchoillelisapc: You might look into avidemux, it's in the repos, I think it can convert avi to mpeg.12:52
wes_1977cafuego_: thanks12:53
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brueniglisapc, devede for avi to dvd compatible mpeg12:53
lisapcardchoille, ok ty12:53
lisapcbruenig, ah ok12:53
ardchoillelisapc: Yes, devede can indeed convert avi to mpeg, as bruenig said. I used it about an hour ago.12:53
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lisapcok trhaknks12:53
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lisapcardchoille, does it leave AVI in tact?12:54
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Kookacya all and good night :)12:54
ardchoillelisapc: Yes12:54
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cafuego_ffmpeg -i foo.avi -f dvd-pal foo.mpg12:54
cafuego_it's really not hard12:54
roachclithow do you guys change the screen resolution on UBUNTU on a laptop, my graphics card supports higher then 800 x 600 but when I installed UBUNTU it won't give me anything else?12:54
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ardchoillelisapc: See what cafuego_ just said, looks much easier than installing and learning a new app12:55
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lisapccafuego, thanks a lot!! :)12:55
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MadDog011How do I unload the NVIDIA kernel?12:55
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lisapccafuego, will that leave my AVI?12:55
cafuego_lisapc: Why wouldn't it?12:55
lisapccafuego, ok :-)12:55
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DarkXYay i have steam n all my counterstrike games working fine in linux12:56
cafuego_ffmpeg -i foo.avi -f dvd foo.mpg12:56
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bruenigtovid is really easy for avi to dvd mpg12:56
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DarkXoops that was ment for #offtopic12:56
FactoryDarkX, Nice. Is steam native or is it underwine?12:56
wes_1977can I unload a module after my system boots? If so, what cmd is used?12:56
FactoryAh, you can msg it if you want, DarkX12:56
cafuego_outputs a dvd compliant MPEG4/MP3 file.12:56
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DarkXusing crossover linux pro12:57
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lisapccafuego, that command didnt work: Unknown input or output format: dvd-pal12:57
DarkXi will never use windows ever again :D12:57
nixnoobi have a weird problem compiling a new kernel does anyone want to see the pastebin?12:57
MadDog011can any one help me, I am trying to install the binary drivers for NVIDIA but I don't know how to unload the NVIDIA module... ( old one )12:57
DarkXany1 have a good website for linux native games12:57
MadDog011can anyone help me :(12:57
FactoryDarkX, Ubuntu File Storage =)12:57
bruenig!ati | MadDog01112:57
ubotuMadDog011: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto12:57
DarkXMadDog011, which driver12:57
EdBoyHow do I get Wine to work? xD12:58
lisapccafuego, what do I ned to change in that command?  remove the pal word?12:58
bruenigEdBoy, you install it then you do "wine /path/to/exe"12:58
cafuego_ffmpeg -i foo.avi -f dvd foo.mpg12:58
MadDog011DarkX, Downloaded the .run file12:58
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lisapccafuego, ok12:58
DarkXFactory: i mean like UT200412:58
EdBoy.... oh I get it12:58
FactoryAh, so natively, DarkX ?12:58
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DarkXyeah..UT is coming out on linux nativly12:58
DarkXlooking for a store that might carry it online12:58
DarkXya kno?12:58
Jugo23When is it coming out?12:59
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PriceChildMadDog011, you shouldn't have to unload the old one12:59
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FactoryDarkX, Ah I see. I don't know personally =/.12:59
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kraypiusSlart, you still there?01:00
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Slartkraypius: yup, find anything?01:00
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MadDog011PriceChild, when I type sh NVIDIA.... I get a error saying: kernel module nvidia appears to already be loaded in your kernel. this may be because it is in use..01:00
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MadDog011it may be in use by the Windows X01:00
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kraypiusI figured out how to fix it. just so u know.. u have to go back a step, delete the ext part u intendto use as root, recreate it, and proceed01:01
PriceChildMadDog011, sudo /etc/init.d/gdm stop01:01
MadDog011what processes do I need to kill to kill the X completely01:01
PriceChildMadDog011, sudo modprobe -r nvidia01:01
cafuego_PriceChild: the nviadia installer eally likes X to not be running01:01
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Slartkraypius: ah.. it didn't like it precreated?.. well.. you learn every day =)01:01
PriceChildcafuego_, way ahead of you ;)01:01
Moniker42hey, keyboard issue. how do i set it to a UK keyboard? (i expect problems in this by the way i just want to make sure im going about it the right way in the first place) :)01:01
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MadDog011 etc/init.d/gdm does nto exist01:02
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MadDog011I am using XORG01:02
MadDog011I think01:02
skogencan anyone help me with apache?01:02
veganrihi, does someone know how to make xgamma permanent when booting01:03
KikkomanWhat program should I burn Ubuntu dvd in?01:03
PriceChild!anyone | skogen01:03
ubotuskogen: 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?01:03
veganritry k3n kikko01:03
KikkomanIs that for windows?01:03
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veganritry nero on windows01:03
Moniker42skogen, he just likes using factoids, ask a question - or try #apache01:03
KikkomanWhat do I do though01:03
KikkomanI mean01:03
veganrisay burn iso01:03
DarkXFactory, http://www.lokigames.com/01:03
KikkomanDo I just burn the iso straight up?01:04
veganriyes there is a choice to burn an iso01:04
cablesKikkoman, there's a free ISO burner if you need one.01:04
KikkomanWhat is it?01:04
FactoryDarkX, Woo. Never even considered to look for loki's website. Thank you =D01:04
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cablesKikkoman, the free one?01:04
veganriit should be pretty obvious01:04
Moniker42skogen, !lamp has a good guide to follow if youre setting up apache for the first time01:04
shatratKikkoman, burn as slow as possible to minimize errors.01:04
Moniker42hey, keyboard issue. how do i set it to a UK keyboard? (i expect problems in this by the way i just want to make sure im going about it the right way in the first place) :)01:04
KikkomanI have Nero, but it's not installed on the compy with a dvd burner :D01:04
cables!who | Kikkoman01:04
ubotuKikkoman: 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 :)01:04
cablesKikkoman, http://isorecorder.alexfeinman.com/isorecorder.htm01:04
shatratMoniker42, I havent done it, but cant you do it in System / Preferences / Keyboard?01:05
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veganrihi, does someone know how to make xgamma permanent when booting01:05
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Moniker42shatrat, yes, but i get loads of weird X server errors when i select UK01:05
skogenMoniker42: where do i find this guide?01:05
crusoeAnyone know how to change permissions on a hard drive?01:05
Moniker42!lamp | skogen01:05
ubotuskogen: LAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process (different in Edgy+)01:05
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veganriie if i want to add terminal commands when i boot ubuntu, how do i do that01:06
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Moniker42shatrat, and the default US english which ive selected now should just have a couple of keys wrong but instead, loads of them are wrong.01:06
grayscale_c' qualche italiano?01:06
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crusoeAnyone know how to change permissions on a hard drive?01:07
Moniker42!italiano | grayscale01:07
ubotugrayscale: Vai su #ubuntu-it o su #kubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie!01:07
grayscale_grazie nn lo sapevo :)01:07
Moniker42grayscale, i have no idea what you just said ;)01:07
shatratMoniker42, makes me glad I speak american like elvis and jesus.  Maybe you should google the X error you were getting though, that usually turns up something. Good luck.01:07
crusoeAnyone know how to change permissions on a hard drive?01:07
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Moniker42shatrat, shame the effink printscreen isnt working :|01:08
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lisapccafuego, is it normal for the mpeg to be half size of the AVI?01:08
cafuego_lisapc: Depends on the AVI eh?01:08
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shatratMoniker42, check /var/log/Xorg.0.log for lines that start with EE and youll get xorg errors01:08
veganrimpg could be 1/10 size of avi01:09
cafuego_or 3/401:09
lisapccafuego, that end mpeg is all blocky and sound is horrid.  How can I convert thiis AVI and keep the quality?01:09
cafuego_or larger01:09
Moniker42shatrat, pm01:09
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lisapcis there any way to convert an AVI to MPEG and not lose sound or video quality? ffmpeg made it horrid :P01:10
cableslisapc, AVI is a container format... what's inside it?01:10
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PanzerMKZthe proggie01:10
crdlblisapc, mencoder will do a good job01:10
cableslisapc, try raising the bitrate on the mpeg. You might want to try "mencoder" with x26401:10
lisapccables, a video01:10
lisapccrdlb, ok thanks01:10
veganridoes someone know how to add terminal commands when booting ubuntu, how do i do that01:11
cafuego_add -b 2048 and -ab 32001:11
greenhobo21Anyone know how to get Soldat running on Linux Mint?01:11
Cisyoucveganri: what do you mean?01:11
cafuego_that'll make it a 2Mbit video stream and 320Kbit audio stream01:11
lisapccableroy, mencoder x264 foo.avi foo.mpg ?01:11
lisapccables, mencoder x264 foo.avi foo.mpg ?01:11
cafuego_I thought you were making a dvd?01:11
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veganricis:  i want to be able to add xgamma commands when i boot ubuntu so i can change my monitor gamma without having to redo the settings each boot01:11
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cableslisapc, nope, I'll send you the command in a sec... it's sorta hard.01:12
cafuego_What you using x264 for?01:12
lisapccafuego, i want to make that AVI play in a DVD player01:12
lisapccables, ty01:12
cableslisapc, the manpage for mencoder is like 100 pages long, hold on a sec01:12
lisapccables, ok01:12
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greenhobo21Get cables.01:12
Anabellehi, im trying to upgrade from dapper to edgy, but the update-manager disapears when downloading the second file of the upgrade tool.... what can i do??01:12
cableslisapc, see if there's a frontend anywhere...01:12
cafuego_Just up the bitrate in ffmpeg01:12
lisapccafuego, because cables said so :)01:12
cableslisapc, like cafuego_ said, have you tried raising the bitrate?01:12
Cisyoucveganri: if you make a bash script and drop it in /etc/init.d, you can add it to the init boot processes with /usr/sbin/update-rc.d01:13
cafuego_ffmpeg -i foo.avi -f dvd -n 2048 -ab 320 foo.mpg01:13
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lisapccables, ill look for that01:13
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brueniglisapc, you should install tovid, it has a very easy syntax (tovid -in whatever.avi -out whatever.mpg)01:13
cableslisapc, can I pm you? This may take some troubleshooting to get the command right.01:13
nixnoobcan someone help me with this http://pastebin.com/898545 i get it when compiling a new kernel?01:13
veganricis:  i just edit init.d and use the usr.... command in terminal ?01:13
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veganrior what is a bash script01:13
lisapcbruenig, ok ty01:13
lisapccables, yes01:13
SEJeffIf anyone wants to see Dell computers preload, take a look at this: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=38386101:13
Cisyoucveganri: message me01:14
SEJeff*Preload Ubuntu01:14
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lisapcbruenig, Couldn't find package tovid01:14
crdlblisapc, look at: http://www.mplayerhq.hu/DOCS/HTML/en/menc-feat-vcd-dvd.html01:14
victori_anyone run eclipse on linux-ppc?01:14
crdlblisapc, and scroll down to the examples section01:14
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brueniglisapc, yeah it is a go get it yourself package, it is in deb though if you can fin dit01:14
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lisapcbruenig, ok01:15
jbAUanyone know what's the command for the printer administration utility ?01:15
CisyoucThe gnome utility?01:15
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jbAUyeah -01:15
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crdlbjbAU, gnome-cups-manager01:15
jbAUcrdlb: ta01:15
badkittyDoes anyone know of a channel for remote desktop stuff?01:15
Kmikazehello mates i cant found on my synaptic screen the noip program or ddclient program01:15
Kmikazehow to install it?01:16
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about noip - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:16
Anabelleit keeps disappearing, i've checked ubuntu-minimal and kubuntu-desktop what else can be wrong?01:16
ubotuno-ip: A second-generation Linux client for dynamic DNS service. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.1.1-4 (edgy), package size 19 kB, installed size 128 kB01:16
PriceChildKmikaze, ^01:16
cafuego_second generation; ooher.01:16
FlannelKmikaze: ddclient is also in universe, (like no-ip)01:16
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Flannel!universe | Kmikaze01:16
ubotuKmikaze: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components - See also !EasySource01:16
PriceChildKmikaze, Its called no-ip, not noip01:16
Kmikazeyes but how to install or use it?01:17
FlannelKmikaze: you'll need to enable universe, first link there shows you how01:17
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Death_Sargentanyone know if ubuntu takes advantage of the full 360 ball on the Apple Mighty Mouse01:21
Death_Sargentwondering if i need to add another Z axis identifier to my xorg config becuase there is already one there01:21
adjioevI use  gedit or eclipse and sometimes if I want select some 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?01:22
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SEJeffadjioev: It is called numlock. Press the numlock key and it will go away01:22
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JHSandsdoes the current fiesty release "upgrade" without reinstalling to the official relase?01:23
PriceChildJHSands, feisty in #ubuntu+101:23
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Elllis1i installed compiz & its not in the menu- what'd i do wrong?01:23
PriceChildElllis1, #ubuntu-effects please01:24
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adjioevis feisty the latest release?01:24
Elllis1k ty01:24
PriceChild!feisty | adjioev01:24
ubotuadjioev: The next version of Ubuntu (7.04; codenamed "Feisty Fawn"), it should be released in April 2007. At the moment it is alpha. Schedule: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FeistyReleaseSchedule - Specifications (goals): https://features.launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/feisty - Help and support in #ubuntu+1 (NOT #ubuntu)01:24
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nixnoobis there any way to up the kernel interrupt timer frequency without a recompile?01:26
PriceChildnixnoob, not afaik01:26
cafuego_if so, then via /proc01:26
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cafuego_But sudo find /proc -iname "*freq*"  doesn't turn up anything.01:26
nixnoobpricechild can you tell me why i get this error when i compile a new kernel http://pastebin.com/89854501:26
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adjioevwhere can i get something similar to windows download manager for ubuntu? to make it work with flashgot...01:27
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PriceChildadjioev, my favourite is the dta extension for firefox01:27
PriceChildnixnoob, arg .com's so slow :)01:27
nixnoobyes pastebin is always slow01:27
PriceChild!paste | nixnoob01:28
ubotunixnoob: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)01:28
PriceChildnixnoob, that one's lovely :)01:28
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nixnoobpricechild should i paste ther enow or will you wait?01:28
PriceChildnixnoob, I'm patient :)01:28
PriceChildits almost there01:28
PriceChildnixnoob, pastebin.ca is also a lot faster01:28
sherlockanyone here use a macbook????01:28
PriceChild!pm | adjioev01:29
ubotuadjioev: Please ask your questions in the channel so that other people can also benefit. Please don't PM a user in the channel without asking first.01:29
nixnoobpricechild i will remember that for next time...01:29
PriceChildnixnoob, I haven't a clue to the answer :)01:29
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sherlockanyone use ndiswrapper with gnomeNetworkManager?01:30
nixnoobpricechild could it be that i need to compile a vanilla 2.6.17 kernel and patch it?01:30
PriceChildnixnoob, Still not a clue :)01:30
PriceChildnixnoob, I know little about lots :)01:30
nixnoobpricechild lollers01:30
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skelnixnoob: why do you want to up the interrupt, just curious01:31
sherlockanyone know a good guide to update an ubuntu kernel?01:31
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nixnoobskel want to run a counters-trike source server need 500 fps serverside01:31
nixnoobskel with a low interrupt fps is stuck at 25001:31
skelnixnoob: ok maybe I'm a noob but isn't the fps "frames per second" and isn't that client side rendering?01:32
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nixnoobskel i successfully compiled a 2.6.20 kernel with 1000hz however 2.6.20 needs to be patched in order to support the fglrx driver.....01:32
nixnoobskel im talking about server side fps, as in the number of times the server refreshes object positions01:32
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skelnixnoob: ah ok so its not really fps, its something else01:33
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nixnoobskel well on the source server it outputs the stats in FPS but thats what it really means01:33
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nixnoobskel basically the server cant poll faster than the cpu....01:34
skelnixnoob: the client cpu?01:34
nixnoobskel no the server.01:34
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nixnoobskel it affects shot registry and such01:34
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nixnoobskel, as opposed to a smooth fluid motion on the client side01:35
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nixnoobwhich is totally seperate01:35
delighthow can i find out which package contains a certain installed file ?01:35
skelnixnoob: hmmm.. ok. so again I'm no expert on game servers let alone counter-strike, but I'd be very surprised that cs server is touching your fglrx driver at all01:35
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nixnoobskel, its not its the 2.6.20 kernel that has a bug in it01:36
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lisapccables, its turning my 300MB avi into 2gig mpeg :P hehe01:36
skelnixnoob: I'm not trying to argue, I just think you may have a red-herring01:36
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cableslisapc, lucky DVD's are 4.7 gigs01:36
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lisapccables,  hehe01:36
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nixnoobskel, again its not the server affecting my fglrx its the new kernel 2.6.20 that i compiled FOR the server01:37
activesudo echo blacklist bcm43xx >> /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist01:37
lisapccables, why does it turn 300MB avi into 2 gig mpeg?01:37
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cableslisapc, could you tell me what codec's in that AVI? I'm curious... right click, properties, Audio/Video tab01:37
binary0o... that was not so clever from me... i just did a chmod -R 777 .* from within /var01:37
nixnoobskel, the 2.6.20 kernel has a bug with the fglrx driver01:37
activei get  permission dennied any ideas pleae01:37
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cableslisapc, depends on the bitrate you put in and the type of video01:37
crusoeI've got an Audigy 2 ZS, and I'm not getting any sound? Any ideas?01:37
totowroehi... Would anybody here be willing to help a n00b? I just ran my first install of ubuntu... I am also unfamiliar with IRC.01:37
britthow come i can start beryl-manager fine by terminal, but the process never loads when i select "Beryl Manager" from the menu?01:37
lisapccables, xvid mpeg401:38
cables!ask | totall_6_701:38
ubotutotall_6_7: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)01:38
PriceChildtotowroe, just ask your question :)01:38
cables!ask | totowroe01:38
ubotutotowroe: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)01:38
totowroehahah ok :D01:38
PriceChildbritt, > #ubuntu-effects01:38
lisapccables, should bitrate be lower then?01:38
cableslisapc, just leave it, you're burning to DVD anyway...01:38
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skelnixnoob: right.. but regardless.. cs server shouldn't be doing ANY rendering.. its only responsible for connection handling, right?01:38
brittseperate area for beryl issues?01:38
lisapccables, vrc_maxrate=9800:vbitrate=500001:38
PriceChildbritt, yeah01:38
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totowroeWhy won't my onboard wireless controller connect?  it isnt even showing on the device manager01:39
cableslisapc, if it starts getting too big, you could just stop it.01:39
cablesDoes anyone know of a good mencoder frontend?01:39
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PriceChildtotowroe, what chipset is it?01:39
skelnixnoob: ie, you should be able to setup cs server and then remove the video card entirely and startup your server (provided you have rc scripts) and it should work fine.01:39
cables!wifi | totowroe01:39
ubotutotowroe: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs01:39
skelnixnoob: maybe I'm lost :-P01:39
totowroei have a compaq pres v5xxx01:39
Kmikazeany1 can help me on private chat please  alots of chats at same time here send private please01:39
totowroeill go check that documantaion, thx01:39
totall_6_7np cables when i have a question i will be sure to do just that ;D01:39
PriceChild!pm | Kmikaze01:40
ubotuKmikaze: Please ask your questions in the channel so that other people can also benefit. Please don't PM a user in the channel without asking first.01:40
Kmikazeproblem with dyndns01:40
Gigs2when I rebooted after a power failure just now my time was off by an hour for a while, it was like the daylight savings change didn't get saved to the hwclock... is this common?01:40
skelhwclock doesn't do DST01:40
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skelyour System adjusts01:40
Gigs2then why was it off by an hour just now for like 5 minutes after my system booted?01:40
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Gigs2shouldn't the OS have adjusted immediately?01:40
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skelnot sure, just saying its not the cmos clock :)01:41
cablestotall_6_7, in case you're wondering, I tab-completed too early :)01:41
skelyeah it should have adjusted01:41
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skelGigs2: did you update tzdata ?01:41
Gigs2it did update last sunday correctly01:41
Gigs2the power failed today though01:41
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Gigs2and when it came back up it was an hour off for a while01:41
lisapccables, im going to try Tovid01:41
skelGigs2: then it self corrected or you had to?01:41
totall_6_7cables: hehe i know just playing :D01:42
Gigs2it corrected, I assume using ntp01:42
Gigs2no actually it looks like ntp is off01:42
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activesudo echo blacklist bcm43xx >> /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist01:42
skelGigs2: hmm yeah thats weird..01:42
activei get  permission dennied any ideas pleae01:42
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skelGigs2: maybe you sync to someone who didn't update :-P01:42
Gigs2skel: not unless ubuntu ran ntpdate on its own01:43
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Gigs2because ntpd isn't on01:43
skelGigs2: wonder if the powerfailure ill-affected the cmos clock?01:43
Gigs2skel: I'm actually not too concerned about it on my desktop system but I wonder if this might affect servers01:44
Gigs2like things that do kerberous on boot or nfs mounts might have trouble at boot time if the time is off for a while01:44
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mindstateis there software i can map keyboard buttons to a usb gamepad buttons?01:45
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LordOfHeatI have a problem, when i go to hibernation or suspend i get this error pnp: failed to activate device 00:0d01:45
LordOfHeatwhat does it mean?01:45
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Gigs2device 00:0d failed to activate01:46
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PriceChildLordOfHeat, "lspci" will tell you which bit doesn't like it01:47
xtknight*phew* back to the drawing board...i mean eating cookies and answering ubuntu questions01:47
LordOfHeatwith lspci | grep 00:0d i get nothing01:47
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Cisyoucxtknight: cookies? I'm jealous01:48
xtknightthis would be a good job for retirees :P01:48
lisapccables, it tuened out good. it turned it into widescreen too :)  from 300MB to 1.6Gig to be exact01:48
cableslisapc, not bad01:48
cableslisapc, turned it to widescreen?01:48
lisapccables, it turned out better and widescreen :P01:48
lisapccables, but it doesnt look stretched01:48
cableslisapc, it stretched it? weird...01:48
cableslisapc, how is that...01:48
lisapccables, yeah01:48
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lisapcno idea lol01:49
ardchoillextknight: hahaha01:49
CisyoucLordOfHeat: use lspci -n | grep 00:0d01:49
cableslisapc, cropped it maybe?01:49
LordOfHeatCisyouc, still nothing01:49
CisyoucWait, no, I take that back.01:49
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lisapcno idea01:49
stodgeHey folks - is it easy to configure compiz/beryl with NVIDIA driver in Ubuntu?01:49
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lisapccables, did it great though :)01:50
CisyoucLordOfHeat: One sec01:50
ardchoillestodge: /join #ubuntu-effects01:50
Factorystodge: for the love of christmas, that's so easy to find on google it's not even funny =(01:50
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PriceChild!jfgi > Factory01:50
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dequeuedhow do I get an ftpd?01:50
cables!beryl | stodge01:50
ubotustodge: Beryl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. See http://forum.beryl-project.org/ - Help in #ubuntu-effects01:50
dequeuedI couldn't find any ftp servers in the "package manager"01:50
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nixnoobskel, you are correct about removing the video card but the server is a laptop and i use it for playing games sometimes as well01:51
xtknightdequeued, apt-cache search ftpd01:51
CisyoucLordOfHeat: the package pnpbios-tools includes the app /usr/bin/lspnp -- try using this to find what device 00:0d is01:51
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skelnixnoob: yeah, but I'm just saying that cs has no dependency on graphic rendering, so bug in fglrx or not, I really doubt its your bottleneck01:51
dequeuedI wonder why it didn't appear in the Gnome app01:52
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xtknightdequeued, not sure.  it does for me.  are your f t p and d keys different than mine?01:52
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xtknightsearch 'description and name'01:52
nixnoobskel i kno its not, the bottleneck is the kernel timer interrupt frequency, the standard on ubuntu is 500hz i guess, i just compiled the 2.6.20 kernel with 1000hz and its fine except for the fact that it has issues with the fglrx driver. thats all really.01:53
xtknighttickless is pretty cool, too01:53
xtknightbottleneck for what is the kernel int freq tho?01:53
EADG!kde > EADG01:54
nixnoobxtkngiht the server side fps on my CS:S server01:54
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xtknightnixnoob, i tend to think it's the game engine or sv_fps var in CS :o01:54
chalmerhow do i access tha "terminal ?01:55
nixnoobxtknight, no i kno its the interrupt because when i use a kernel with 1000hz the server side fps shoots up to 50001:55
xtknightchalmer, app->acces->term01:55
bruenigchalmer, alt + f2, then type gnome-terminal01:55
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cablesI tried the instructions here (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NvidiaLaptopBinaryDriverSuspend) for making Suspend work with nvidia-glx, but they made my system unstable. I'd really like to be able to suspend and hibernate, and have nVidia drivers too. Can anyone help me?01:55
LordOfHeatCisyouc, lspnp: /proc/bus/pnp not available01:55
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m1rgn ppl01:56
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CisyoucLordOfHeat: I have no idea. Sorry..01:56
spanglesontoastdoes anyone know much about esys laptops concing out without being able to adjust brightness01:56
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xtknightnixnoob, interesting, try tickless01:56
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Arch_NMEif anyone know's anything regarding getting a UTstarcom 5740 EVDO cellular internet card with sprint service to work under ubuntu please pm me, I'll be idle in the chan for the next few hours as I do some of my own web research, sorry for spamming this again01:56
LordOfHeatCisyouc, k, thx anyway01:56
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xtknightLordOfHeat, what's your question01:56
nixnoobxtknight tickless?01:56
ozy1need help, new to ubuntu, on installing hplip got error: Package install command failed with error code 10001:57
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xtknightnixnoob, ingo molnar's realtime kernel patches01:57
xtknightnixnoob, i have a deb patched01:57
LordOfHeatxtknight, when i go to suspend or hibernate i get failed to activate device 00:0d01:57
gonzaloargim having a problem with bootsplash in ubuntu 64 edgy, its in black and white01:57
brueniggonzaloarg, oh no01:57
gonzaloargsomeone knows why?01:57
nixnoobxtknight can you send?01:57
xtknightLordOfHeat, eh what is 00:0d01:57
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xtknightnixnoob, ill upload, no prob01:57
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LordOfHeatxtknight, dunno01:57
xtknightLordOfHeat, well what's it say in lspci01:57
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LordOfHeatxtknight, there is no 00:0d in lspci01:58
xtknightnixnoob, nah ill upload it probably01:58
soleblazeanyone know if there's a program to add/change tags to an ALAC file under linux?01:58
xtknightLordOfHeat, well d just means decimal afaik01:58
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nixnoobxtknight to where?01:58
xtknightLordOfHeat, so 0:0001:58
xtknightnixnoob, my serv space, hold up01:58
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nixnoobxtknight you are myhero01:58
OldGeezer00:0d is hexadecimal for 1301:58
xtknightnixnoob, i386?01:58
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xtknightoh true hexa, didnt think of that :P01:58
nixnoobi386 is good01:58
xtknightnixnoob, crap, it's 200 megs lol01:59
xtknightbleh let me investigate this01:59
LordOfHeatxtknight, if it is 0:00 then it is my graphic card01:59
gonzaloargi have searched in google and in some forums and i cant find any solution01:59
xtknightLordOfHeat, nah nm it's 0d in hexadecimal01:59
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xtknightnixnoob, my initrd is 40 megs and vmlinuz about 1.6 so obviously the whole thing isnt 20002:00
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nixnoobxtknight i was just about to say how is tht possible my 2.6.20*.deb is 17MB02:00
LucianSolarisHELP!  I got gnomebaker to burn MP3s, except when I burn my cue file (which refers to a large mp3) it errors cdrdao was not compiled with mp3 support02:00
LucianSolarishow do I compile cdrdao with MP3 support?02:01
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xtknightLucianSolaris, google it, dl a source tarball for it, get associated dev pkgs02:01
xtknightLucianSolaris, ./configure --with-mp3 support02:01
cablesLucianSolaris, you could un-mp3 it and then burn it if you don't want to compile something.02:01
snowpunk98Is there anyway to set Xchat to autojoin this server and certain channels I want?02:01
cablessnowpunk98, I'll tell you in #xchat02:01
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poningruLucianSolaris: go install k3b it has that support02:01
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LucianSolarisk3b does NOT nore does it read CUE files for mp3s02:02
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LucianSolarisor it errors on CUE because it doesn't burn mp302:02
gonzaloargits a common problem in 64bits i read02:02
LucianSolaristhis is 32bit02:02
bruenigLucianSolaris, k3b does have mp3 support02:02
bruenig!info libk3b2-mp302:02
ubotulibk3b2-mp3: The KDE cd burning application library - MP3 decoder. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.12.17-1ubuntu3 (edgy), package size 37 kB, installed size 100 kB02:02
xtknightnixnoob, might be awhile till i figure out what's going on here02:03
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LucianSolaristhen explain to me why it errors that the mp3 file isn't the correct length and that it has to 'lengthen' it?02:03
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bruenig!howdy | upd02:03
ubotuupd: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!02:03
nixnoobxtknight, when you figure it out please PM me02:03
bruenigLucianSolaris, did you install libk3b2-mp302:03
updhow can i change  calor in terminal localhost@localdomain:~$ this02:03
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Cisyoucupd: http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/articles/prompt-magic.xml is a good guide.02:04
bruenigupd, that question was incoherent02:04
ardchoilleupd: There's an example of that in ~/.bashprofile I believe02:04
xtknightdoes a kernel image need to contain anything more than vmlinuz and initrd to install properly?  do i need the /lib/modules inside kernel image, etc?  its like 400mb02:04
LucianSolarisbruenig it wasn't, but let's see if this works02:04
updok tnx02:04
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nixnoobxtknight the two .deb files should be enough...02:04
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nixnoobxtknight, the image and the headers02:05
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xtknightnixnoob, heck if i know dude, tihs is Feisty they prolly have debug stuff or something making it huge, i really dont know02:05
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xtknightnixnoob, image is 200mb, headers is 20 or so02:05
cablesIs it safe to remove linux-headers packages?02:05
xtknightnixnoob, hows about i walk you through compiling on your sys02:05
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nixnoobxtknight, lol how is fiesty does it have xgl/beryl support standard?02:05
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xtknightnixnoob, nope, they ditched that idea other than that i like it, better core 2 duo platform support02:05
nixnoobxtknight, wife is nagging me so i doubt i can do it now.02:06
ardchoillenixnoob: I heard that was left out of feisty due to being still unstable02:06
xtknightnixnoob, poor baby02:06
gonzaloargwhere i can find some help about it?02:06
nixnoobxtknight, im using it now, just a few glitches but i think its stable enough.02:06
hak0| apt mirror02:06
LucianSolarisk3b errors on mp3 files: UNSUPPORTED FORMAT02:06
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LucianSolarisafter I installed libk3b2-mp302:06
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Monoxideanyone know how I can install Ubuntu without going into the live boot section to install02:06
bruenigLucianSolaris, you restarted k3b right?02:06
xtknightMonoxide, alternate install disc02:06
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cables!alternate | Monoxide02:06
ubotuMonoxide: The Alternate CD (available as of Dapper) is the classical text-mode installation CD. Use it if you wish to upgrade via CD, or for an "expert" mode install. For normal installs, use the Desktop CD, which is also a "Live" CD.02:06
xtknightMonoxide, why does the Live crash or something?02:07
bruenigLucianSolaris, sucks for you I guess, works perfectly here02:07
nixnoobxtknight ill hunt you down another time for that walkthrough02:07
xtknightnixnoob, ok02:07
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hak0| apt-mirror02:07
hak0! apt-mirror02:07
ubotuapt-mirror: APT sources mirroring tool. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.4.4-4ubuntu1 (edgy), package size 11 kB, installed size 116 kB02:07
LucianSolarisoh shit, guess i didn't restart it02:07
Monoxideyes and no. it gives me an error saying seassion manager something then freezes02:07
PriceChild!ohmy | LucianSolaris02:07
ubotuLucianSolaris: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.02:07
LucianSolarisi have 12 desktops and i switch between them using a customized 3ddesktop02:08
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LucianSolarisso yea, it works bruenig02:08
bruenigI have one desktop, I am such a loser02:08
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xtknightlil overkill ?02:08
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Monoxideso 6.06 tyl might boot in text mode02:08
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Monoxide6.10 x32 does not02:08
LucianSolarisif i don't feel like closing anything, i just switch to a fresh desktop02:08
xtknighti have one desktop, and..an oven mitt here for some reason02:08
LucianSolarisi have 1202:08
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bruenigwell drop your ram to 377 and you will feel like closing stuff02:08
ardchoilleLucianSolaris: Wow, talk about lazy, lol02:08
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robjontp confusion, help please02:08
|caicai|how i upgrade me ubuntu version to 6.10??02:08
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|caicai|i have 6.0602:08
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xtknightnot uncommon for me to have 50 FFs open with 5 tabs apice02:08
LucianSolarisany more and the desktops start fallong off the bottom of the screen in 3ddesktop02:09
cables!EdgyUpgrades | |caicai|02:09
xtknighthad to get a faster cpu to offset my habits02:09
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about edgyupgrades - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:09
LucianSolarisi would have 20 if it wasn't for that fact02:09
LucianSolarisi have 2 gigs of ram02:09
oferI am trying to run argouml -  a java software02:09
oferjava -jar argouml.jar02:09
oferbut nothing working02:09
xtknightjar jar02:09
Monoxideubotu: Alternitive Install Disk Link02:09
Jetfighter!upgrades | |caicai|02:09
ubotu|caicai|: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes02:09
LucianSolarispuny 300 MBs02:09
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cables|caicai|, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EdgyUpgrades02:09
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LucianSolarisand this is a laptop :)02:09
oferxtknight: ?02:09
oferthis is not the right command java -jar argouml.jar02:10
Crockettwhen will the next release version of ubuntu be out ?02:10
robjoswitching from SUSE which had a ntp script in /etc/init.d taking start stop or restart as arguments cannot find equivalent for ubuntu?02:10
bruenig!feisty | Crockett02:10
ubotuCrockett: The next version of Ubuntu (7.04; codenamed "Feisty Fawn"), it should be released in April 2007. At the moment it is alpha. Schedule: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FeistyReleaseSchedule - Specifications (goals): https://features.launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/feisty - Help and support in #ubuntu+1 (NOT #ubuntu)02:10
LucianSolarisi'd love 3ddesktop to update all its desktops once a minute or once every 30 seconds at low priority (as not to disrupt my media, etc)02:10
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xtknightofer, sorry dunno02:11
cablesLucianSolaris, for it to do that, it has to switch to the desktops.02:11
|caicai|how i can edit the program GRUB??02:12
cablesLucianSolaris, there's a command to get it to update, but it cycles through all of them.02:12
LucianSolaristoo bad it couldn't just ask the DE02:12
cables|caicai|, how do you want to change it?02:12
jamesw/j/w 802:12
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|caicai|no, i want to eliminate some lines of it02:12
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xtknight|caicai|, what's the goal?02:13
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xtknightCrockett, mine has an ntp service02:14
|caicai|when i update my ubuntu it apears more lines on it then i want to eliminate some lines02:14
n1ceconnect #ubuntu02:14
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xtknight|caicai|, you mean you have more kernels than you'd like at the grub startup selection screen?02:14
xtknight|caicai|, `gksudo gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst`02:14
xtknightremove at your will02:15
JetfighterWHAT the hell?02:15
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|caicai|tks xtknight02:15
xtknightJetfighter, i dont know, you tell me?02:15
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bruenig!ohmy | Jetfighter02:15
ubotuJetfighter: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.02:15
JetfighterI'm running hamachi. It refuses to make sense.02:15
JetfighterHELL isn't a bad word.02:15
xtknightah hamachi , used that before02:15
bruenig!ohmy | Jetfighter02:15
xtknight!ask | Jetfighter02:16
ubotuJetfighter: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)02:16
JohnPhysxtknight:  it might be better to have him change the "howmany" line to 2 (keep last 2 kernels) and run update-grub02:16
xtknightJohnPhys, interesting never knew about it.  how would it affect the windows lines?02:16
JetfighterHell. xtknight, I use sudo hamachi start and it says starting...ok. I hamachi join network pass, it says it doesn't appear to be running,02:16
xtknightguess it ran02:17
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JohnPhysxtknight:  It didn't in my case, nor did it affect my debian lines.  It only affects the lines in the "automagically generated" section.02:17
cablesCan anyone explain "System Load" to me? How is it computed?02:17
JetfighterDid you say something? Sorry :(02:17
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xtknightJohnPhys, ahh cool.  yeah perhaps he should check it out.  |caicai| ^^^^02:17
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JetfighterHell. xtknight, I use sudo hamachi start and it says starting...ok. I hamachi join network pass, it says it doesn't appear to be running,02:18
xtknightJetfighter, nah not really.  heh.. did you run sudo tuncfg sudo hamachi init sudo hamachi start..02:18
|caicai|is done02:18
|caicai|thank you very much02:18
JetfighterYeah, it's worked once before02:18
JohnPhysxtknight:  I'm also not sure of the howmany value gets reset to "all" on the installation of a new kernel, but if it *doesn't* I keep mine at 2, so I'd have the new (potentially bad) kernel, and the old (definitely working) kernel.02:18
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MadDog011:( I have installed the RUN file from the www.nvidia.com site, and it has kinda killed my linux box, the performance is choppy and I think it isnt accelerated... what do I do....02:18
xtknight|caicai|, note the howmany value spoken about above by JohnPhys ^^^02:18
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xtknightMadDog011, um slower than before?02:18
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bruenig!ati | MadDog01102:18
ubotuMadDog011: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto02:18
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Jetfighterxtknight, wildfire@Wildfire-Laptop:~/Desktop$ sudo tuncfg sudo hamachi init sudo hamachi start02:19
Jetfightertuncfg: already running02:19
xtknightJetfighter, lol i meant separate commands i was just too lazy to type the commas02:19
wilohello guys02:19
MadDog011xtknight, yes slower02:19
bruenigJetfighter, is that all on one line?02:19
wiloi am after some elp with installing a system monitor for ubuntu02:19
MadDog011xtknight, Alot slower :)02:19
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Monoxidewhat is the command to start install from text mode on 6.10 live cd02:19
xtknightMadDog011, alright so you using vesa driver now i assume?  or nvidia...what's actually running now02:19
xtknightMonoxide, gotta get the alternate cd02:20
Monoxidebecause if It start gnome it freezes02:20
MadDog011xtknight, it says the driver is nvidia02:20
MadDog011in the xorg.conf02:20
Monoxideu have a link02:20
JetfighterI got it02:20
xtknightMadDog011, alright is glx enabled in extensinos or w/e02:20
JetfighterI forgot sudo on hamachi join network02:20
MadDog011xtknight, glx is enabled02:20
MadDog011I do nto know if it works thought02:20
xtknightMadDog011, glxinfo | grep rendering02:20
MadDog011xtknight, direct rendering: Yes02:21
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xtknightMadDog011, might need to change acceleration method to XAA or something, dont really know02:21
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xtknightMadDog011, what video card02:22
MadDog011xtknight, where do you do that02:22
xtknightMonoxide, yes hold on02:22
xtknightMadDog011, dont know actually02:22
EdBoyAnyone remember that game where you race tux down like a glacier or something?02:22
MadDog011xtknight, Ge Force 4200 TI02:22
xtknightEdBoy, penguin racer02:22
EdBoyand it went really really fast02:22
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xtknightor tuxracer02:22
xtknight!info tuxracer | EdBoy02:22
ubotuedboy: Package tuxracer does not exist in edgy, edgy-backports, edgy-seveas02:22
EdBoyTux Racer is go karts.02:22
xtknightdidnt use to be02:22
MadDog011xtknight, Well Beryl doesn't work anymore02:22
JohnPhysPenguin Planet Racer, I think02:22
bruenig!info planet-penguin-racer02:22
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ubotuPackage planet-penguin-racer does not exist in edgy, edgy-backports, edgy-seveas02:22
xtknight!info planetpenguin-racer | EdBoy02:22
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ubotuedboy: planetpenguin-racer: another 3D racing game featuring Tux, the Linux penguin. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.3.1-8 (edgy), package size 273 kB, installed size 744 kB02:23
EdBoyFound it!02:23
EdBoyxtknight was right02:23
bruenigstole my kill02:23
xtknighti can never find the ubuntu cd isos with google02:23
EdBoyOne of my favorite games.02:23
fastfingeri need help with network, PPPoe connection but i dont think its dsl, it is cable02:23
erstaziThe GNOME keyboard manager is very touchy in Edgy, it crashed more than once and now the icons for the menu's are not showing.02:23
EdBoyxtknight: why not try their website? o_002:23
xtknighti only see mirrors in africa lol02:23
EdBoywhere do you live?02:24
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EdBoyso why are you getting african mirrors02:24
xtknightjust trying to find the link for alternate for Monoxide02:24
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bruenigxtknight, oh too bad you can't watch all those w32codecs files02:24
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xtknightbruenig, huh?02:24
Monoxidesame here02:24
bruenigor play encrypted dvds02:24
fastfingercan anyone help me with that?02:24
PriceChildbruenig, w32codecs isn't actually needed anymore...02:24
Monoxidebut I am having no luck02:24
xtknightright, as if i don't.. ;P02:24
PriceChildbruenig, ffmpeg should do everything you need02:24
jribxtknight: it's usually faster to go straight to cdimages.ubuntu.com02:24
|caicai|xtknight,  i remove some of the kernels but when i update grub they come back02:24
treb0rget vlc02:24
xtknightjrib, thanks thats what im looking for02:24
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JohnPhysPriceChild:  why isn't w32codecs needed?02:24
xtknight|caicai|, you need to remove them from automagic ro something02:25
wes_1977I'll pay somebody $50 if they can get my laptop connected to my wireless network. In fairness, I know the wireless card and router work fine in WindowsXP as recently as this morning (I installed it just to confirm wireless card working)02:25
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PriceChildJohnPhys, ffmpeg "should" do everything you need02:25
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treb0rjust get vlc02:25
xtknightffmpeg has wmv9 support02:25
xtknightno support for wma3, bwt02:25
xtknightstill need w3202:25
JohnPhys|caicai| :  "update-grub" looks at teh menu.lst file for options, then at the installed kernels, and makes a new menu.lst02:25
wes_1977also, if anyone is interested, I've been through everything I can find on the internet of things to try and so far nothing has worked02:25
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xtknightjrib, those are dvds02:25
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wes_1977and I know the chipset is supported by the madwifi drivers02:26
wilocan someone help install a system monitor on ubuntu02:26
JohnPhys|caicai| : so if you remove the kernel entries from menu.lst, when you update grub those will be restored02:26
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MonoxideI can do a dvd install02:26
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Monoxideif you can find me an alternitive image of it02:26
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JohnPhys|caicai| :  try changing the "howmany = all" line in menu.lst to "howmany = 2"02:26
xtknightthis is driving me nuts02:26
JohnPhys|caicai| :  then update grub02:26
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xtknightMonoxide, there you go sheesh http://releases.ubuntu.com/edgy/02:27
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Monoxidethanks alot02:27
|caicai|ok i will do that02:27
xtknightMonoxide, dvd also has alternate install right on it along with livecd....well as far as i know.. but use the above for sure02:27
robjontp client, do I just run ntpd after setting up ntp.conf?02:27
Monoxidenow my laptop will run02:27
xtknightrobjo, hrm just let ubuntu handle it?02:27
jribxtknight: weird, I thought they had them all there02:27
null377can some one help me with beryl02:27
xtknightrobjo, right click at top right adjust date and time, sync with a time server etc02:27
robjoxtknight, what do you mean let ubuntu handle it?02:28
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ddraw - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:28
xtknightrobjo, i never had to touch an ntp file to get it to sync with NTP02:28
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thiesenbruenig: Yo man... still there??02:28
xtknightunless u want to tweak it, nothing against that.  but ur just making more work for urself if you just want a simple ntp thing02:28
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thiesenbruenig: That thing about rc.local rocks... :-)02:29
whileimhereI am using SoundConverter to convert some ogg to mp3s and the mp3 option under prefs is greyed out. Can anyone tell me why?02:29
JohnPhys|caicai|: after you update grub, you can check the menu.lst file to see how many ubuntu kernels are there without rebooting02:29
bruenigthiesen, yeah very handy02:29
robjoxtknight, I would like ntp client (ntpd?) to run when I'm connected to the internet but obviously not when I am offline02:29
JohnPhys|caicai|:   and let me know if it works!02:29
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|caicai|JohnPhys,  it worked02:29
xtknightrobjo, ntpd is ntp daemon, an ntp server02:29
|caicai|tks alot02:29
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globeis there a package to run kde aps under gnome?02:29
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thiesenbruenig: But no one other thing... how do I manually stop and restart the server since it gets started via rc.local??02:30
jribglobe: just install the kde app02:30
xtknightglobe, should be able to do it with Qt libs.  they are still ELF linux apps02:30
bruenigglobe, just sudo apt-get install whatever you want and all the kde libs will be installed to run that particular kde package02:30
robjoxtknight, well that's not what I am after then02:30
bruenigthiesen, the same way you would manually stop or restart it if you had started it yourself without rc.local02:30
wes_1977anyone that can help troubleshoot a wireless networking problem?02:30
null377does the ATI Radeon 200 graphix card work with beryl?02:30
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xtknightrobjo, what you are after is right in the ubuntu time options.  right click the clock, goto Adjust Date & Time, select Sync with Internet server.  you won't have to worry about anything02:30
robjomigrating from SUSE, they had a script in etc/init.d whcih started an ntp client anything similar here?02:30
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stoneycan someone pm me and help me setup a wireless connection from (basicly) scratch? please :)02:31
jrib!wireless | stoney02:31
ubotustoney: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:31
Nergarhello, can someone tell me how to format a usb stick in ubuntu?02:31
jribNergar: use gparted02:31
globejrib: it gives me errors about the kde inter-process communication. "Could not open network socket. Please check that the 'dcopserer' program is running!"02:31
stoneyubotu, thanks :)02:31
xtknightNergar, format with VFAT?02:31
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about thanks :) - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:31
xtknightglobe, sudo rm -rf ~/.kde; try again02:31
Nergarwell, FAT3202:31
bruenigfat16 is perfect02:31
xtknight!thanks | stoneey02:31
ubotustoneey: You're welcome! But keep in mind I'm just a bot ;-)02:31
robjoxtknight, I'd like the synch to happen without me clicking anything, but I am not always online02:31
xtknightrobjo, that's ok.  it simply wont do it when ur not online02:32
Nergarxtknight, i need it for windows FAT32 is good??02:32
xtknightNergar, either that or ntfs.  but id choose fat32 for usb sticks02:32
xtknightNergar, first unmount it02:32
thiesenbruenig: I know I can stop it from x... but then I suppose I have to start it from an terminal again...02:32
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bruenigthiesen, right you would02:33
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Nergarxtknight, done02:33
bruenigthiesen, you have to help the machine along, unless something has some definite pattern to it02:33
xtknightNergar, then, `sudo mkfs.vfat -F 32 /dev/scdx` where scdx is your usb stick02:33
bruenigthen you can script it and cron it02:33
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thiesenbruenig: Hmmm... would it be possible to register the csserver as an actual service??02:33
Monoxide http://releases.ubuntu.com/edgy/ is the dvd but I dont see it saying alternitive02:33
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globextknight: sweet, thanks.  Why did that fix my problem?02:33
Nergarok thanx xtknight02:33
MonoxideI had them ship me 606 6.1002:33
robjoxtknight, thanks I'll try it and see what happens.02:33
bruenigthiesen, don't know02:33
Monoxideand ect02:33
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xtknightglobe, reset the kde stuff02:34
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xtknightglobe, it reset the kde stuff*02:34
MonoxideI Ican enter text mode02:34
jribMonoxide: scroll down, it says "alternate"02:34
thiesenbruenig: oh... but it sure would be nice to do that...02:34
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globextknight: urm...okay. am I going to have to remember this for the future?02:34
wilohow do i fix broken dependacies?02:34
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xtknightglobe, doubt it.  one time screw up02:34
wiloi done a sudo synaptic02:35
globextknight: okay.  thanks.02:35
thiesenbruenig: but that suggestion you gave me did the trick...02:35
jribwilo: what caused them?02:35
wiloglobe, do you know how i can fix broken dependacies?02:35
bruenigthiesen, my suggestions usually do02:35
wiloi was trying to install a system monitor02:35
bruenigwilo, sudo apt-get install -f02:35
jribwilo: how?02:35
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wilowilo@wilo-desktop:~$ sudo apt-get install -f02:36
wiloReading package lists... Done02:36
wiloBuilding dependency tree02:36
wiloReading state information... Done02:36
wiloCorrecting dependencies... failed.02:36
wiloThe following packages have unmet dependencies:02:36
wilo  libfontconfig1: Depends: fontconfig-config (= 2.3.2-7ubuntu2) but 2.4.2-1.2 is installed02:36
wiloE: Error, pkgProblemResolver::Resolve generated breaks, this may be caused by held packages.02:36
wiloE: Unable to correct dependencies02:36
bruenigwhy do people do that02:36
xtknight!paste | wilo02:36
ubotuwilo: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)02:36
jrib!paste | wilo02:36
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thiesenbruenig: Since that was the first solution you gave me I must say it was a very good... :-)02:36
EdBoynever did understand why PlanetPenguin Racer had such a slow mouse...02:36
Nergarxtknight, i tried lsusb but i don't know which devise is it02:36
bruenigwilo, sudo apt-get remove libfontconfig102:36
Bartek_Heloo to everyone!02:36
xtknightEdBoy, i take it you're back here after giving the poor penguin several concussions?02:37
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bruenigthiesen, calm down man, 20 different people in here could have told you about rc.local02:38
xtknightNergar, `sudo lshw -class disk`02:38
thiesenbruenig: yeah... but you did it first... :-)02:38
xtknightnot me...02:38
EdBoyxtknight: no, I tried fixing the video settings to make it stop skipping02:38
EdBoyand it didn't02:38
EdBoyAnd slowed down everything else.02:39
EdBoyNow it's better.02:39
Monoxidextknight: I will have gnome wit this alternitive install untill i Install fluxbox02:39
wilobruenig: i get this when i d oa sudo apt-get remove libfontconfig102:39
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Bartek_I am lookingfor a help on Desktop environment02:39
thiesenbruenig: do you know where I can find some good information about that rc.local file??02:39
bruenig!paste | wilo02:39
ubotuwilo: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)02:39
Monoxideor xfce02:39
xtknightMonoxide, eh why not just install the command line system hehe02:39
wiloi did: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10294/02:39
MonoxideI am a noob02:39
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about rc.local - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:39
Monoxideand I like the visual appeal02:39
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xtknightMonoxide, xubuntu?02:39
xtknightBartek_, yes?02:39
Monoxidewould that install on 128mb sdram02:39
MonoxideI am lookin to run fluxbox02:40
xtknightthey dont have a Flubuntu yet ;P02:40
bruenigwilo, wow you are in serious trouble02:40
Monoxidethey do02:40
wiloserious? :(02:40
jribxtknight: fluxbuntu exists02:40
MonoxideI just dont trust it02:40
sonnieanyone used cacti? i have a question here.02:40
xtknightjrib, does it?02:40
Lam_i can $ sudo /etc/init.d/alsa-utils reset  to reset alsa. how can i do the same for OSS?02:40
Bartek_I am looking for some lightest possible desktop environment/window manager02:40
Nergarxtknight, mkfs.vfat 2.11 (12 Mar 2005)02:40
Nergarmkfs.vfat: Will not try to make filesystem on full-disk device '/dev/sdb' (use -I if wanted)02:40
xtknightNergar, yikes buddy not on your HD02:40
wilobruenig: is their a solution?02:40
Monoxidebartek_ Fluxbox, Xfce02:41
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jribxtknight: yep, fluxbuntu.org02:41
Bartek_on which I could Install several02:41
Monoxideubuntu u can install several02:41
Nergari don't know which device then02:41
Bartek_typicall apps plus Sun's Netbeans and JDK602:41
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xtknightNergar, `sudo lshw -class disk`  paste the output on pastebin ill help ya02:41
peacekprIn xorg.conf, i am using the "radeon" driver for my radeon video card.  Is that the open source version?02:41
Bartek_for java development02:41
xtknightpeacekpr, yes, binary blob is fglrx02:41
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MonoxideI am unsure of java02:42
bruenigwilo, install this http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/f/fontconfig/fontconfig_2.3.2-7ubuntu2_i386.deb02:42
MonoxideI know you can use the java plugins02:42
Bartek_my machine is Celeron566Mhz 256 SDRAM 100Mhz02:42
Monoxideand install it02:42
peacekprxtknight, aha.  and "ati" is the proprietary binary?02:42
bruenigwilo, that is the dependency that libfontconfig is crying about02:42
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wiloit wont let me02:42
xtknightpeacekpr, fglrx is proprietary binary (binary blob)02:42
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MonoxideI am stuck with a 600mhz 128mb ram 100 laptop02:42
jribbruenig: maybe we should take a look at wilo's sources.list?  The wrong version had to be installed somehow02:42
stoneyhow do i check my kernel version?02:42
wilosays i have broken dependacies already02:42
xtknightpeacekpr, ati is for older cards, radeon is for r2xx and up i think, ati+radeon are open source02:42
Bartek_probably gonna upgrade to 500MB02:42
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xtknightstoney, uname -a02:43
Monoxide512 does a ubuntu sys good02:43
stoneythank you02:43
wilobruenig: i either have to sudo synaptic or install -f02:43
KeeNaFhi guys .. i bought a new harddisk and use it as external with enclosure .. the problem is linux did not detect the hdd ... what should i do?02:43
bruenigjrib, yeah I thought about that, but they are all in main02:43
peacekprxtknight, ok - it wasn't exactly clear to me :) ... now i have to figure out Xinerama or MergedFB02:43
Nergarxtknight, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10295/02:43
jribbruenig: well, the versions are the issue, he may have mixed repositories02:43
bruenigdoesn't hurt02:43
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bruenigwilo, pastebin the output of cat /etc/apt/sources.list02:43
xtknightNergar, hmm.  doesnt look like your usb key is showing there02:44
JohnPhysKeeNaF:  try the enclosure in another computer to make sure that it acutally works first, beyond that I'm not sure.  I do know that some kernels just don't play nice with interfaces on some enclosures.02:44
Nergarxtknight, any ideas then?02:44
xtknightNergar, how did you unmount it?02:44
Nergarsudo umount /media/usbdisk02:44
erne154hello I am looking for information on the meeting in Houston tomorrow...Anyone know anything about it?02:44
ping_tuhello everyone02:44
Nergarxtknight, sudo umount /media/usbdisk02:44
xtknightNergar, ok plug in the key again and do "df -h | grep usbdisk"02:44
TheVaultI need some help with Frostwire. I just now installed it and it keeps asking me for my name for the community chat thing and I disabled the thing, and then it keeps asking. Then when I do enter a name and click apply, it says settings won't take effect until next restart and the thing shutsdown on its own02:45
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ping_tui make binutils in ubuntu, but have some quesstion02:45
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KeeNaFJohnPhys .. yes .. it working ..02:45
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TheVaultis there a file or something I can edit to make this stop?02:45
cisforcojohey guys, has anyone here got ubuntu running with a touchpad disabled?02:45
peacekprxtknight, thanks for your help - hopefully i can work my way through this.02:45
KeeNaFhow to format new hdd using linux?02:45
ping_turegex.c:132: warning: conflicting types for built-in function malloc02:45
ping_tuIn file included from /usr/local/include/bits/string2.h:1185,02:45
ping_tufrom /usr/local/include/string.h:360,02:45
ping_tufrom regex.c:151:02:45
bruenigKeeNaF, use gparted02:45
Nergarxtknight, /dev/sdb1             120M  842K  119M   1% /media/usbdisk02:45
Nergar I try now with sdb1?02:45
xtknightping_tu, you are remaking binutils?02:46
jribcisforcojo: yes, I disable it in bios, but you can also use synclient02:46
wilobruenig: "cat /etc/apt/sources.list" in terminal?02:46
bruenigwilo, yeah02:46
KeeNaFbruenig .. how is it? .. :D02:46
xtknightping_tu, out of curiosity why ?02:46
cisforcojojrib: will synclient handle device event changes? everytime i reboot my computer it's different02:46
ping_tubut regex.c:132: error: previous declaration of malloc was here02:46
xtknightping_tu, not sure that it will work with your setup02:46
cisforcojo/dev/input/event2 for example02:46
xtknightNergar, eh, well sudo umount /media/usbdisk02:46
TheVaultNeed help with my frostwire problem02:46
cisforcojoi've tried it but didn't have much luck02:46
xtknightNergar, ok here's what were going to do after that:02:46
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ubotusendmail: powerful, efficient, and scalable Mail Transport Agent. In component universe, is extra. Version 8.13.8-2 (edgy), package size 191 kB, installed size 248 kB02:47
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xtknightis there a command to create a DOS partition table?02:47
jribcisforcojo: what do you want to accomplish?  Just turning off the touchpad forever?02:47
xtknightquickie besides fdisk?02:47
cisforcojoreally, i'm not sure WHAT to put in xorg.conf to call the touchpad and find it regardless of hte event02:47
wilobruenig: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10297/02:47
ubotuFor a comprehensive Synaptics Touchpad guide, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SynapticsTouchpad02:47
cisforcojojrib: haha nono, i need the touchpad but I hate tapping02:47
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xtknightNergar, oh well.   `sudo cfdisk /dev/sdb`  make a DOS partition table02:47
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cisforcojoi HAVE tapping disabled but I have to edit my xorg.conf and restart X everytime I reboot my computer ( to direct it to the event the touchpad is running on)02:48
Frogzoocisforcojo: is this a synaptics touchpad?02:48
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Nergarxtknight, sudo cfdisk /dev/sdb or sdb1??02:48
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erne154ubuntu houston anyone?02:48
xtknightNergar, sdb02:48
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jribcisforcojo: hmm what version of ubuntu? dapper?02:49
bruenigwilo, nothing too bad, you are using au and then in other places using just the default, but theoretically they should all have the same packages02:49
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xtknightNergar, bleh actually just quit out of cfdisk you shouldn't need it02:49
cinnixi need help, i resized my primary ubuntu partition from 70gb - 150gb, now ubuntu seems laggy, somewhat more jumpy. is this common?02:49
TheVaultI need some help with Frostwire please02:49
cisforcojoEdgy 6.10 fully upgraded02:49
smohi i m checking the fee space on my usb key ( i run ubuntu from my usb key)  and my proc dir is bigggg is it normal 892 mo now ??02:49
Nergarxtknight, ok02:49
xtknightNergar, by format i assumed you didn't have any partition table or anything.  obviously if it mounted though it has a partition table and even a partition.  if you want to wipe it...02:49
bruenigwilo, how about a sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade02:49
ping_tu<ping_tu> i find that gcc of version 3.4 have this question, but i use 4.1 now02:49
xtknightNergar, sudo mkfs.vfat -F32 /dev/sdb1  (sdb1 this time)02:49
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victori_what is -current in ubuntu?02:49
cinnixi cant move my cursor across the screen withpoout it jumping02:50
wilobruenig: ill try tat02:50
xtknightvictori_, current what?02:50
victori_bleeding edge02:50
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victori_such as debian sid02:50
Nergarxtknight, mkfs.vfat 2.11 (12 Mar 2005)---- thats all??02:50
xtknightvictori_, feisty02:50
victori_thanks, and I can apt-get to it correct?02:50
victori_nm don't answer02:50
xtknightdist-upgrade?  yes should be able to.  just note it's unstable02:50
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victori_thats fine02:50
xtknighti assume you know that if youre speaking of sid..02:50
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victori_correct I do02:51
victori_I just wanted a quick response to what I need to upgrade to, to get the newest packages02:51
victori_specifically eclipse02:51
xtknightNergar, uhhh that's all it's saying?02:51
wilobruenig:  i get this response02:51
Morg0why do all my apps keep closing when after the screen saver has been running a while (6.10)02:51
Frogzoocinnix: either clean your mouseball, or use try a different mouse protocol02:51
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KeeNaFhow to format new hdd using linux?02:51
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Nergarxtknight, yes, i mounted it and it is black02:51
jribwilo: did you ever install deb's manually from feisty or have feisty in your sources?  Because that version is from feisty02:51
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xtknightKeeNaF, you just bought a new HDD and you want to use it, correct?02:51
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Nergarxtknight, blank**02:52
jribwilo: actually, it's not feisty, it must be from debian02:52
xtknightNergar, guess you're set then, right?02:52
KeeNaFxtknight .. yes ..02:52
xtknightKeeNaF, `gksu gparted` in terminal02:52
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wilojrib: yes it was from debian02:52
KeeNaFxtkmight .. k .. i try02:52
jribwilo: yes, that's bad02:52
DreamxtremeYEAH!!!!! IM IN ubuntu I've GONE OVER TO THE OTHER SIDE!!!!" ONLINE02:52
xtknightKeeNaF, select the HDD that has a blank partition table . create new DOS partition table and make a partition02:52
wiloanyway to fix it?02:52
bruenigwilo, do this cd /tmp && wget http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/main/f/fontconfig/libfontconfig1_2.4.2-1ubuntu1_i386.deb && sudo dpkg -i libfontconfig1_2.4.2-1ubuntu1_i386.deb02:52
Nergarxtknight, wee, thanx a lot m802:53
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Dreamxtremextknight: YO02:53
bruenigwilo, don't do that then02:53
xtknightNergar, np02:53
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Dreamxtremei got it working02:53
xtknightDreamxtreme, cool02:53
jribwilo: is that the only package that you installed that way?02:53
xtknightbest thing to do with those pkg problems is to forcefully remove every pkg you see in the errors and then apt-get -f install02:54
Dreamxtremewots this about broken packages02:54
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KeeNaFxtknight .. once i time gksu gparted in terminal .. then password required .. I entered the passwd but nothing happen02:54
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wilobruenig: i got this: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10299/02:54
xtknightKeeNaF, give it a second to start?02:54
jribcisforcojo: id if synclient will work right, I don't have too much experience with it.  But, what you can look into is creating a udev rule to create a symbolic link for your touchpad that has the same name all the time (this seems like it would work, but I don't know if there is an easier solution, I suspect there is)02:54
bruenigwilo, if you are mixing repos, dependency hell is a headache to troubleshoot02:54
Dreamxtremextknight: how do i fix broken packages02:55
xtknightDreamxtreme, what's broken?02:55
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KeeNaFxtknight .. nothing happen02:55
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xtknightbruenig, wilo i suggest `sudo dpkg --purge --force fontconfig-config ` but see if you guys agree02:55
wilojrib: no, well ill tell you wat i tried to do, i tried installing GKrellM 2.2.10 from http://members.dslextreme.com/users/billw/gkrellm/gkrellm.html02:55
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smohow can i do to completely remove the localepackage  in  / dir ??? and keep only my locale or can i remove it by hand???02:55
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wiloand it needed to dependacies, so d.l and installed them02:55
Dreamxtremextknight:  in add/remove i try to install packages and it tells me to fix broken ones first02:55
wilobut one stuffed up02:56
xtknightKeeNaF, you typed 'gksu gparted'?02:56
xtknightwilo, `sudo dpkg --force --purge fontconfig-config`02:56
holeanyone here know of a good portscanner for linux?02:56
xtknight!info nmap | hole02:56
ubotuhole: nmap: The Network Mapper. In component main, is extra. Version 4.10-1 (edgy), package size 702 kB, installed size 2436 kB02:56
xtknight!info nessus | hole02:56
ubotuhole: nessus: Remote network security auditor, the client. In component main, is optional. Version 2.2.8-1 (edgy), package size 216 kB, installed size 572 kB02:56
KeeNaFxtknight .. yes .. now .. once i type .. this is appear .. sudo: gparted: command not found02:56
xtknightKeeNaF, oh.  `sudo apt-get install gparted` now02:56
holei've heard of nmap02:56
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xtknightDreamxtreme, `sudo apt-get -f install` in terminal02:57
xtknightDreamxtreme, close synaptic first02:57
xtknightDreamxtreme, Add/Remove i mean02:57
KeeNaFxtknight .. this appear .. Reading package lists... Done02:57
KeeNaFBuilding dependency tree02:57
KeeNaFReading state information... Done02:57
KeeNaFPackage gparted is not available, but is referred to by another package.02:57
KeeNaFThis may mean that the package is missing, has been obsoleted, or02:57
KeeNaFis only available from another source02:57
KeeNaFE: Package gparted has no installation candidate02:57
Dreamxtremextknight: cheers02:57
xtknight!paste please use this instead of flooding the channel: | KeeNaF02:57
xtknight!paste | KeeNaF02:57
ubotuKeeNaF: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)02:57
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xtknightKeeNaF, you have to use pastebin instead of paste all the text here as it floods.02:58
xtknightKeeNaF, anyway what version of ubuntu are you running (`sudo lsb_release -a`)02:58
KeeNaFokok  .. sorry02:58
PriceChildxtknight, no need for sudo02:58
xtknightKeeNaF, pastebin your /etc/apt/sources.list02:58
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Dreamxtremextknight: i can install packages now yeah???02:59
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xtknightDreamxtreme, i dont know, what did -f install report?02:59
xtknightDreamxtreme, (and pastebin please)02:59
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Dreamxtremehey PovAddict my channel???03:00
wiloxtknight: i tried that command, and got this error: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10300/03:00
PovAddictis there a way to upgrade Ubuntu from Dapper to Edgy, without a GUI?03:00
hejsaHow do i enable grammar check in abiword, i got the link-grammar package, and has enabled grammar check in abiwords preferences... but no grammar check..03:00
PovAddictI'm connected remotely via ssh, the other computer is the other side of the world03:00
xtknightPovAddict, dist-upgrade03:00
PovAddicttried X forwarding and it took like 10 minutes to open the damned window03:00
xtknight!upgrade | PovAddict use the dist-upgrade method described in the following link03:00
ubotuPovAddict use the dist-upgrade method described in the following link: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes03:00
PriceChildPovAddict, you need to change all instances of dapper to edgy in your sources.list HOWEVER...03:00
PriceChildPovAddict, remove distribution upgrades are HIGHLY unrecommended.03:01
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JohnPhysxtknight:  what exactly are you doing when you write things like "!upgrade | whomever" ?03:01
DreamxtremePovAddict: im in #dreamxtreme03:01
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ping_tuxtknight, https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gcc-3.4/+bug/26522, this same with my question03:01
PovAddictI read that dist-upgrade method isn't recommended...03:01
Dreamxtremextknight: can you give me the command again03:01
xtknightJohnPhys, using the bot's preset responses and directing them towards a user03:01
PovAddictDreamxtreme: who are you and why are you talking to me...?03:01
xtknightDreamxtreme, sudo apt-get -f install03:01
PriceChild!bot | JohnPhys03:02
ubotuJohnPhys: I am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl - Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBots03:02
xtknightPovAddict, he's just saying hi03:02
wilobruenig: any other ideas03:02
DreamxtremePovAddict: i spoke 2 u earlier didn't i some1 with the same name03:02
PovAddictI haven't been on IRC for days03:02
JohnPhysNice (preset responses), wish I had those when I was grading exams.03:02
wilowat i tired to do was install a system monitor, i didn't have the right dependacies, so i downloaded others from debian and tried installing htem03:02
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xtknightdpkg: unknown force/refuse option `--purge'03:02
wilois that where i went wrong? :(03:02
pettyboneI wanted to if someone could help me understand the mount windows shares permanently page. It gives me several warnings and I don't think I should do this alone.03:02
xtknightwhat am i doing wrong03:02
jribwilo: try dpkg --force-depends --purge fontconfig-config   maybe03:03
bruenigwilo, I don't deal with mixed repos03:03
xtknightit's force-all03:03
bruenigfontconfig-config has everything depend on it03:03
wilobruenig: i dont either... i dont even know what i done :(03:03
xtknightthat's ok we'll get the other one03:03
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xtknightwilo, sudo dpkg --force-all --purge fontconfig-config03:03
JetfighterI need java >.<03:03
xtknightwatch the magic03:03
bruenigor I mean everything depends on fontconfig-config03:03
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reaspiredI see a package I want to install in ubuntu, but when I try, it says this package is for i386. I have pentium 4, shouldn't it work..03:03
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Eccosomewone help me to make work ffmpeg with my webcam?03:04
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IcemanV9!java | Jetfighter03:04
ubotuJetfighter: To install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository. Enable the backports repository on Edgy to install sun-java6-jre03:04
jribwilo: if it threatens to remove half your system, don't proceed...03:04
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bruenigit will03:04
xtknightnot if you do force/purge03:04
jribwe can probably force a downgrade03:04
EccoE alguem fala portugues?03:04
xtknightit just ignores the stuff03:04
Dreamxtremextknight: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10301/03:04
Eccosomewone help me to make work ffmpeg with my webcam?03:04
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jrib!pt | Ecco03:04
JetfighterI installed from Synaptics, but it's not loading an applet03:04
ubotuEcco: pt is Por favor use #ubuntu-br  ou #ubuntu-pt  para ajuda em portugus. Obrigado.03:04
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kleptogot a question.. rssowl opens an url in firefox but opens a new window not a new tab03:05
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xtknightwilo, so...?  what was result of purge/force remove fontconfig03:05
wilobruenig: thanks for you help by the way, much appreciated XD03:05
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ping_tuthe same with my question, anyone can help mey; https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gcc-3.4/+bug/2652203:05
wiloxtknight: i got this: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10302/03:05
hejsaHow do i enable grammar check in abiword, i got the link-grammar package, and has enabled grammar check in abiwords preferences... but no grammar check..03:05
xtknightDreamxtreme, nothing is broken anymore03:05
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xtknightDreamxtreme, youve got some updates to install, check your update manager03:05
bruenigwow it worked perfect03:06
xtknightwilo, now, `sudo apt-get -f install`03:06
Dreamxtremextknight: rite o cheers03:06
PovAddictwell I'm not flying to USA to do the upgrade... :P03:06
MadDog011Can someone help me fix my NVIDIA drivers please on linux, please private message me im doing this for 3 hours and its getting really annoying please pm me :(03:06
xtknightPovAddict, dont see a huge danger in dist-upgrade.  just dont be disappointed if you haev to travel the world to fix it if it doesnt work :D03:06
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ubotuPlease ask your questions in the channel so that other people can also benefit. Please don't PM a user in the channel without asking first, some find it rude.03:06
PovAddictbut I'm not very confident on using dist-upgrade if you say it's not recommended... especially since I don't trust 100% my backup03:06
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PovAddictoh well no way I would lose DATA anyway03:07
xtknightprolly not03:07
xtknightbut you never know i guess03:07
PriceChildPovAddict, if the machine doesn't restart... what would you do?03:07
MadDog011Well, my drivers don't work when I type modprobe nvidia I get a error saying .../video/nvidia.ko no such file or directory03:07
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MadDog011I installed everything from that instructions03:07
xtknightMadDog011, hrm i thought you were in nvidia?  what happened03:07
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MadDog011xtknight, doesnt work...03:07
PovAddictPriceChild: ask the guy who is actually close to the machine, but who knows very little about Linux in general03:07
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MikeC2whilst installing JRE something messed up, and now I can not seem to install it at all :|03:07
MadDog011xtknight, I uninstaled the run file03:07
MadDog011xtknight, and tried to use the apt-get nvidia-xgl thing...03:08
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MadDog011but now I killed everything...03:08
PriceChildPovAddict, that's a real possibility03:08
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EduardoCorreasomewone help me to make work ffmpeg with my webcam?03:08
xtknightwilo, getting it?  the problem will be fixed through persistence and speed :)03:08
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PovAddictEduardoCorrea: how about #ffmpeg?03:08
IcemanV9!patience | EduardoCorrea03:08
ubotuEduardoCorrea: The people in this channel are volunteers. Your attitude will determine how fast you are helped. See also http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines03:08
xtknightMadDog011, hmmm hold on.  well you need to get the nvidia drivers working before you use xgll....03:09
pettyboneRequesting help trying to use samba. It tells me to run it from the root. I tried running it from the terminal but I received the same message.03:09
MadDog011xtknight, how do I do that?03:09
Dreamxtreme141 UPDATES!! LOL03:09
PriceChild!sudo | pettybone03:09
ubotupettybone: sudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.03:09
xtknightMadDog011, good question but i would use the RUN drivers not the repo ones03:09
PriceChild!caps | Dreamxtreme03:09
ubotuDreamxtreme: PLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.03:09
Dreamxtremextknight: 141 updates03:09
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xtknightMadDog011, RUN ones are newer03:09
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wiloxtknight: this is my result03:09
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Dreamxtremesorry ubotu03:10
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MadDog011xtknight, hm.... I can try to run them again I guess....03:10
PovAddictabout ubotu, wouldn't it make more sense to redirect a message to a user using > instead of |? or are we all programs :)03:10
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EduardoCorreawhen i run ffmpeg teste.php i got this error "Could not find video grab device"03:10
xtknightMadDog011, i would use the RUN ones if at all possible , we can try from there.  did you try the XAA or EXA acceleration or whatever it was?03:10
MadDog011xtknight, I get ALOTTT of errors when I run those btw03:10
bruenig!bot > PovAddict03:10
EduardoCorreaBut my webcam is working ok in several apps03:10
xtknightMadDog011, #nouveau might have some ideas on the XAA stuff.03:10
PovAddictEduardoCorrea: you're loading a .php into ffmpeg?03:10
MikeC2I get E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1) when trying to install it from apt-get03:10
PovAddictwhat the...03:10
bruenigPovAddict, and so you see03:10
EduardoCorreawhen i run ffmpeg teste.,pg i got this error "Could not find video grab device"03:10
adjioevwhere can read about channel chars like > | e.c.?03:10
xtknightwilo, alright.  'sudo dpkg --force-all -purge fontconfig'03:10
EduardoCorreawhen i run ffmpeg teste.mpg i got this error "Could not find video grab device"03:10
Dreamxtreme:me is happy03:10
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MadDog011xtknight, ok ima try to go with the .run03:10
xtknightwilo, fix >>>  'sudo dpkg --force-all --purge fontconfig'03:10
jrib!ubotu | adjioev03:11
ubotuadjioev: I am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl - Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBots03:11
MadDog011xtknight, again...03:11
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MadDog011xtknight, the installer says my card is legacy03:11
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PovAddictohh I understand how it works :) > is for pm, | shows on channel right?03:11
MadDog011xtknight, though I think its not03:11
xtknightMadDog011, well what card is it03:11
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MadDog011xtknight, GF 4200 TI03:11
xtknightMadDog011, ah, :O03:11
xtknightMadDog011, yeah i dunno if the new drivers support it.  check the docs?03:11
MikeC2Anyone mind helping me with a JRE install issue, its a bummer x.x03:11
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bruenigPovAddict, affirmative03:12
xtknightMikeC2, pastebin the complete output of 'sudo apt-get -f install'03:12
MadDog011xtknight, it should man. its a really old card03:12
xtknightwhat is it, dpkg error Day?03:12
MadDog011xtknight, and a good card03:12
wiloxtknight: which one do i do03:12
xtknightwilo, this >>>  'sudo dpkg --force-all --purge fontconfig'03:12
car_wattyou are the real madDog??????????03:12
xtknightMadDog011, nvidia dropped support for riva in their windows drivers recently i think03:12
MadDog011car_watt, no im the fake one :(03:12
PovAddictbruenig: amazing - too bad there isn't a -f to force the user to understand stuff... :P03:13
PovAddictif only life had those switches...03:13
MadDog011xtknight, didn't know Ge Force 4200 titanium is riva..03:13
MikeC2All is ok, besides a hanging skype install, could that be doing it?03:13
xtknightMadDog011, it isnt but riva is one old card...gf4 is also a tad aged so i was just impyling03:13
bruenigI just wish there was an !incoherent factoid03:13
wiloxtknight: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10304/03:13
EduardoCorreaYou already try use Envy script?03:13
MadDog011xtknight, ic03:13
xtknightMikeC2, um no idea.  what's up with your java though?  when do you see subprocess fialed03:13
MikeC2xtknight: when trying to apt-get the jre/bin03:14
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xtknightwilo, that's fine.  alright 'sudo apt-get -f install' again...seeing a pattern here?03:14
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xtknightMikeC2, what exact cmd did you use03:14
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EduardoCorreaxtknight: You already try use Envy script?03:15
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MikeC2sudo apt-get install sun-java5-jre03:15
wiloyes i am xtknight03:15
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xtknightEduardoCorrea, i dont have the nvidia problem, that would be MadDog011.  but Envy would not help him.  he had the nvidia drivers installed, but i think the nvidia drivers did not support his GF4 with 2d acceleration03:15
chalmeris Suse 10 begginner friendly as Ubuntu?03:15
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xtknightwilo, might be fixed soon :P03:15
meezyfuhhi, does anyone know much about splitting a large file (>100MB) into smaller ones?03:15
xtknightwilo, keep paste-bining03:15
pettyboneok I fully understand sudo now. Would anyone be able to help me make sense of the mount windows share using samba?03:15
xtknightmeezyfuh, spanned zip/rar ?03:15
MikeC2meezyfuh: look into rar or 7zip03:16
xenexhow can i make my microphone work?03:16
jribmeezyfuh: man split03:16
PovAddictwhat jrib said03:16
swjunkeif on linux just use split and give it you size ... do man split03:16
MadDog011xtknight, wait I think I might be on to something03:16
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PovAddictmeezyfuh: so many cool commands around... :)03:16
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wiloxtknight: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10305/03:16
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wilonow "sudo dpkg --force-all --purge fontconfig" ?03:17
swjunkehey... can someone help me with having my system recognize the dvdrw & cdrw... i did an upgrad and the devices somehow disappeared03:17
xtknightwilo, well let's not give up until we get rid of all the fontconfig remnants03:17
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pettyboneI am looking at the page that gives me directions but the not sure how to make use of the page.03:17
meezyfuhwell, is it easy to reconstruct in windows? (split, that is)03:17
wilonow "sudo dpkg --force-all --purge fontconfig" ?03:17
xtknightwilo, actually purge libfontconfig103:17
techie_Is there in Ubuntu a  reliable or good "Speech Recogniition Program" similar to xp Dragon 8 or Vista Dragon 9?03:17
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swjunkeafter splitting a file you just cat it together03:17
ubotuTo install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository. Enable the backports repository on Edgy to install sun-java6-jre03:17
PovAddictmeezyfuh: get unixtools for Windows :)03:18
wilo'sudo dpkg --force-all --purge libfontconfig1' ?03:18
PovAddictso you can run split and cat from Windows's Command Prompt03:18
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xtknightwilo, yes03:18
PovAddictmeezyfuh: in fact... you can merge the files from Windows cmd prompt without needing extra programs03:18
meezyfuhis there a way to command-line rar it and split it into .part<#>.rar?03:18
ioerrorHas anyone in here ever preseeded?03:18
swjunkein windows... i forgot what the command is... have you done a google on splitting files in windows?03:18
meezyfuhPovAddict: really?03:18
xtknightpreseed = ?03:18
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PovAddictmeezyfuh: copy /b file1 + file2 + file3 + file4 outputfile03:19
meezyfuhwell basically i want to split this large file and send it to my friend who doesn't have any technical expertise.03:19
ioerrorxtknight, automatic installs using preseeded debconf questions03:19
chalmerwhy do u have to run tha termanil in ubuntu for everythin? why can't they make it easier for people to run like windows?03:19
PovAddictmaybe no spaces around the plus sign - hold on03:19
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xtknightioerror, like unattended windows NT install sorta?03:19
wiloxtknight: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10306/03:19
JetfighterHow do I open sources?03:19
MikeC2I feel like a baka.... I was just pressing next without agreeing >.>03:19
MikeC2*sigh* oh well03:19
jribJetfighter: what sources?03:19
PovAddictchalmer: why not, instead, people gets smarter so they can use the terminal? it's really more powerful03:19
xtknightwilo, ok looks fine.  `sudo apt-get -f install`03:19
EADGAnybody using Screen? Wondering if it's possible to configure it to play videos.03:19
jribJetfighter: gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list03:19
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ioerrorxtknight, yes03:20
xtknight!ask | n1ce03:20
swjunkeis there anyone here with any advice about making ubuntu see devices?  especially a dvdrw & cdrw03:20
ubotun1ce: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)03:20
meezyfuhthx for all the help. you guys are great as usual!03:20
xtknightswjunke, yeah i can03:21
PovAddictmeezyfuh: I'm not sure, but you're safer having no spaces: copy /b file1+file2+file3+file4+file5 outputfile03:21
IznougoudWhat's the minimum req for Ubuntu to run smoothly?03:21
wiloxtknight: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10307/03:21
chalmerthis is my 2nd day w/ ubuntu and im already about to pull my hair out03:21
PovAddictmeezyfuh: now, if you need a non-techie to merge it...03:21
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about requirements - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:21
meezyfuhPovAddict: i'll google it to be sure, but thanks very much!03:21
jribchalmer: what's the issue?03:21
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JetfighterHow do I get multiverse?03:21
meezyfuhPovAddict: i can give her diretions on how to open a c: prompt and doit!03:21
jrib!multiverse | Jetfighter03:21
ubotuJetfighter: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components - See also !EasySource03:21
chalmertrying to learn the new way of accessing everything03:21
xtknightwilo, yes continue03:21
swjunkeixtknight... i have a cdrw and dvdrw that were working and stopped, not even showing up after a did an upgrade ... have any advice?03:21
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JetfighterI cant decode that, can you tell me?03:21
xtknightswjunke, upgrade from what to what?03:21
jribchalmer: have you read through the starter guide at help.ubuntu.com?03:22
MadDog011xtknight, I made it run X again, but beryl doesnt work...03:22
jribJetfighter: it's english03:22
swjunkeunbuntu 5.x to 6.0603:22
JetfighterI know03:22
xtknightMadDog011, does X feel accelerated though?  nvidia drivers too?03:22
clouder`grrAnyone have a clue as to why CPU usage would shoot up to 100% just moving a window around?  I'm using gnome03:22
JetfighterI don't get it03:22
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MadDog011xtknight, it doesnt feel accelerated03:22
jribJetfighter: did you read it?  I just gave you the link03:22
xtknightswjunke, ok pastebin the results of 'sudo lshw -class disk'03:22
MadDog011xtknight, I installed legacy drivers03:22
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xtknightMadDog011, like older nvidia proprietary?03:22
xtknightMadDog011, but still a run file?03:22
JetfighterYES I read it03:22
MadDog011xtknight, yes03:22
chalmerno but i will tomorrow . im to fustraded now03:23
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jribJetfighter: join me in #ubuntu-classroom03:23
MadDog011xtknight the run file...03:23
holeis there a downloadable gui for nmap?03:23
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skelchalmer: are you new to just ubuntu or linux in general?03:23
xtknightclouder`grr, unaccelerated 2D03:23
xtknight!ati | clouder`grr03:23
ubotuclouder`grr: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:23
chalmerlinux n general03:23
JetfighterI need to play a game that uses a java applet. I installed sun-java6-bin and others, it still not working.03:23
wiloxtknight: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10308/03:23
hole!nmap | hole03:23
JetfighterI need to play a game that uses a java applet. I installed sun-java6-bin and others, it still not working. jrib03:23
MadDog011xtknight, it's unaccelerated, it worked so much better untill I wnated to try out the new drivers :((((03:23
xtknight!info nmapfe | hole03:23
ubotuhole: nmapfe: The Network Mapper Front End. In component universe, is extra. Version 4.10-1 (edgy), package size 98 kB, installed size 224 kB03:23
chalmerfirst time03:23
jrib!nmapfe | hole03:23
xtknighthole : 'apt-cache search nmap'03:23
xtknighthole, and nmapfe ^^03:23
wiloxtknight: i think that fixed it, correct?03:23
skelchalmer: well if you're at the point you want to take a break, thats cool, but if you want to hang out, maybe we can help explain some stuff03:23
MadDog011xtknight, I shouldn't have typed that apt remove xgl command :(((03:23
swjunkextknight...do i paste the out put here?03:24
xtknightwilo, do `sudo apt-get -f install` one more time to confirm no errors03:24
MadDog011xtknight, I worked for a week to get the mysql/web/jabber/dc running on the server and now this :(((((((((((03:24
swjunkeit does show the cd and dvd in the output03:24
xtknight!pastebin | swjunke03:24
ubotuswjunke: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)03:24
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xtknightand thank you for asking03:24
naknomikSamba 3.0 server, Vista Ultimate client don't play well. Can't see directory listing from Vista if I use UNC (\\server\share\directory etc.), if I map the share as drive I can see the files but most apps fail to load those files unless I manually copy them to local disk. Has anybody encountered this problem?03:24
holextknight as root right?03:24
wiloReading package lists... Done03:24
wiloBuilding dependency tree03:24
wiloReading state information... Done03:25
wilo0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.03:25
xtknightwilo, alright you're all set, enjoy03:25
naknomikhere is my samba config: http://pastebin.ca/39413203:25
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)03:25
wiloxtknight: THANKYOU VERY MUCH03:25
xtknighthole, what as root?03:25
chalmerthey want more people to use linux but they'er not making it user friendly that much03:25
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wiloTHANKYOU xd03:25
MadDog011xtknight, It's like when I hold the mouse button and select more than 3 icons with it the performance is around 2frames per second03:25
clouder`grrThanks xtknight and ubotu03:25
xtknightwilo, lol no problem03:25
skelchalmer: its all relative :-/03:25
wilothankyou once again03:25
skelchalmer: not to say there's not improvements to be made :)03:25
xtknightyou haven't fixed anything until you've removed libc6 =)03:25
pettybonewould anyone help me understand the mount windows share document?03:25
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bruenigxtknight has some serious patience03:26
wilocan i push my luck, and ask you a good system monitor i can use on ubuntu tat is safe and wont lead to any problems like the last one?03:26
swjunkeok here's the url http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10309/03:26
skelchalmer: do you have any questions or issues in particular?03:26
XeroI have a serious issue03:26
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XeroI boot the CD03:26
DaemelIm looking for information on how to get widescreen resolutions to work on ubuntu, any resources out there?03:26
holecool it worked03:26
skelchalmer: I'm pretty good at relating03:26
xtknight!fixres | Daemel03:26
ubotuDaemel: The X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type  sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart  in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto03:26
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xtknightclouder`grr, did it fix the problem?03:26
jribwilo: system > administration > system monitor  or use the gtkrellm version in the repos...03:26
xtknightMadDog011, well like i said try XAA or EXA acceleration.  visit #nouveau03:26
XeroI can't get ubuntu to boot on my laptop03:26
wiloxtknight: can i push my luck, and ask you a good system monitor i can use on ubuntu tat is safe and wont lead to any problems like the last one?03:26
XeroWhat should I do?03:26
bruenigwilo, htop03:26
holei'll bet xtknight is a manager somewhere03:27
clouder`grrWell I'm reading up on it.  I noticed though that the open source drivers are recommended03:27
Daemelxtknight:  thank you03:27
xtknighthole, um more like a highschool student03:27
bruenigI bet he is a kid03:27
chalmeri got Suse 10 but everyone told me to run ubuntu b/c its tha easiest for begginers to learn03:27
holeok gunna be a manager03:27
xtknightmaybe :P03:27
bruenigoh how appealing03:27
bruenigmiddle management03:27
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xtknightIT help disk would prolly kill me03:27
SammyFhey there!03:27
swjunkextknight... after doing the pastbin is there some advise?03:27
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skelchalmer: ok. I think I'd probably agree with that.. while Suse is really easy to install, in the end I think Ubuntu is easier to use03:28
wilojrib: i wanted one that would stay on the desktop, ill try htop03:28
xtknightwilo, well the fontconfig got installed from a foreign source....  like a debian repo deb or something.  where did you upgrade the fontconfig?03:28
jribwilo: right, gkrellm would do that, but use the packaged version in the repos03:28
XeroIs there anyone who is willing to help me with my problem?03:28
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erstaziI have a pastebin submit at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10311/ can you please check it?03:28
jribXero: impossible to tell since we don't know what the problem is :)03:28
pettybonewould anyone help me understand the mount windows share document?03:28
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skelchalmer: so what have you had difficulties with so far?03:29
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holei'll check it out i wanna see if i can guess03:29
XeroOk, I boot from the CD. I choose Start/install ubuntu03:29
Xeroit goes to the Ubuntu Load Screen03:29
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tom__Hi, I have a problem with the network-manager-gnome it says 'no network connection' yet Im using wireless on it. any suggestions pls ? thanks03:30
holenope cant guess03:30
MadDog011xtknight, hm sec03:30
Xeroand the screen goes black and it says there was a fatal error03:30
jribXero: it's easier to get help if you type out the question on a single line03:30
chalmeri cant get my screen res. to adjust. everthing is big. i cant figure out why my internet is so slow on this comp. w/ ubuntu but not on tha other 3 w/ windows.03:30
Xeroand just goes black03:30
xtknightMadDog011, and back to...#nvidia heh03:30
Xerook jrib03:30
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chalmeri got DSL03:30
jribXero: what version of ubuntu?03:30
xtknightMadDog011, just say what i said in nouveua...unaccelerated 2D but have direct rendering03:30
SammyFXero, what's your CPU? Is it a notebook or a desktop comp?03:30
chalmerbreezy i think03:30
xtknightswjunke, sorry must haev missed your pastebin03:30
MadDog011xtknight, Ima try03:30
MadDog011xtknight, man thanx for helping03:31
MadDog011xtknight, appriciate03:31
skelchalmer: it would probably be best to be on the latest (edgy)03:31
xtknightswjunke, you need to give me the url of it that's why03:31
mrzaiusI've just booted off the ubuntu LTS livecd, but I want to run the ncurses installer, and all I see is the GNOME one03:31
xtknightMadDog011, no problem03:31
wiloxtknight: i got them from debian03:31
skelchalmer: I can walk you through an upgrade if you're interested03:31
mrzaiusis there a way to launch the older one?03:31
jribXero: did you make sure the cd was ok?  Does it work on a different system?03:31
chalmeryea  sure03:31
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xtknightwilo, yeah i figured...well you can only install debs from the ubuntu repositories unless you want to break your system (i.e. only via apt-get or packages.ubuntu.com)03:31
Arch_NMEexcuse me03:31
wilojrib: but i coudln't get gkrellm to work for me :(03:31
Xeroyeah, the CD works on my other computer03:31
tom__I'm sure there are some ppl who use the network-manager-gnome for wireless03:31
XeroThis is a laptop though03:32
xtknightwilo, and don't install ubuntu feisty packages on Edgy, or hoary ones on feisty, or whatever.03:32
chalmerr u comp or human?03:32
skelchalmer: can I pm you so the conversation is easier to track?03:32
EADGAnybody using Screen? Wondering if it's possible to configure it to play videos with Mplayer.03:32
skelchalmer: human most of the time :)03:32
wilook thankyou xtknight03:32
jribXero: well, you could try the alternate cd.  Or type out the full error and see if anyone knows more03:32
wilothankyou verty muh03:32
Xeroand I'm a beginner in linux, so I was told ubuntu is the way to go for learning03:32
xtknightwilo, if you just follow those simple rules you wont need a system monitor.  if you want a package that's not available in the repos just ask us we'll get you the right pkg03:32
mrzaiusEADG: one way to find out03:32
chalmerpm me03:32
SammyFXero, once you got it to run, it's pretty easy to use03:32
SammyFXero, but laptops are always kind of tricky03:32
xtknightMadDog011, yup exactly right..now we just wait for a response :P03:33
SammyFXero, :(03:33
mrzaiusEADG: Also, that's more an mplayer specific question, assuming you're talking about the framebuffer video out drivers.  might try asking them directly if you don't get a direct answer here03:33
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wilothnakyou xtknight very greatly appreciated :)(03:33
swjunkeCould I get some advise for my binpast at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10309/ ... much thanks in advance03:33
chalmerhow do i PM u?03:33
SammyFXero, can you tell us the brand and type of your laptop?03:33
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EADGmrzaius: It spits out a couple of errors... failed to open vo, failed to open X11.03:33
xtknightswjunke, undetected cd drives right?03:33
SammyFXero, sounds like it's a hardware problem to me03:33
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xtknightswjunke, good thing is they are detected in HW.  we just need to mount them.03:33
mrzaiusEADG: I don't have mplayer installed yet on this box, so I can't hit the manpage03:34
XeroI'll get on my other computer and type out the full error03:34
swjunkethat's what i thought... how?03:34
xtknightswjunke, CD-RW BCE1610IM and PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-106D....sound right03:34
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mrzaiusbut you can.  look up how to explicitly state that you want to use the fb vout plugin03:34
xtknightswjunke, when you put a cd in what exactly happens?03:34
mrzaiusif that still fails, it probably just can't be done03:34
MadDog011xtknight, nvidia module license 'nvidia' taints kernel.03:34
EADGmrzaius: can you play videos while in screen?03:34
mrzaiusalthough it wouldn't hurt to check with the screen and mplayer devs03:34
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xtknightMadDog011, where do you get that?03:34
Az3rty[out] BANQUIER : Personne qui serait d'accord pour vous consentir un prt  la condition que vous lui apportiez la preuve que vous n'en avez pas besoin.03:34
mrzaiusat the moment, I don't have mplayer installed, so I can't test it03:34
xtknightMadDog011, uh what kernel are you using and what version of nvidia?03:34
xtknight!ci | Az3rty[out] 03:35
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ci - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:35
xtknight!fr | Az3rty[out] 03:35
ubotuAz3rty[out] : Allez a #ubuntu-fr ou #kubuntu-fr pour de l'aide et de la discussion en francais.03:35
MadDog011xtknight, Linux Ubuntu-Server 2.6.17-11-generic #2 SMP Thu Feb 1 19:52:28 UTC 2007 i03:35
cablesDoes anyone know how I can change the theme of my KDE apps from within Gnome? I don't have KDE, just lol03:35
cableslol went in the wrong window03:35
EADGmrzaius: Thanks for the input, I'll continue to work this problem out.03:35
xtknightmrzaius, EADG ,  set fb output maybe in mplayer conf file under home dir?03:35
MadDog011xtknight, NVIDIA-Linux-x86-1.0-7184-pkg1.run03:35
cablesI meant to say, I don't have KDE, just a few KDE apps in Gnome03:35
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xtknightMadDog011, hrm weird.  but the nvidia module is loaded?  (sudo modprobe nvidia  .. )03:36
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MadDog011xtknight, it is loaded03:36
xtknightcables, uhh qt config program the name escapes me03:36
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cablesxtknight, I'll look for that03:36
xenexhow do i make ubuntu detect my microphone?03:37
mrzaiushow do you launch the ncurses installer from the livecd?03:37
bruenigxenex, my mic just worked03:37
cablesxtknight, how 'bout qt4-qtconfig?03:37
xtknightmrzaius, you can not, you must use the alternate cd.  or the DVD03:37
xtknightcables, sounds good03:37
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Zerothis is Xero03:37
Zeroon my other compy03:37
mrzaiusxtknight: ok, thanks03:38
SammyFZero, wb03:38
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xtknightmrzaius, alternate available here http://releases.ubuntu.com/6.10/03:38
Zeroit is loading ubuntu, the CD is reading and the load bar is going back and forth03:38
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xtknightswjunke, um, ok.  type this... `sudo mkdir -p /media/dvd0 && sudo mkdir -p /media/dvd1`03:39
tom__Why when I restart ubuntu edge the screen goesall pixelized and nothing happens ?03:39
skelZero: does it show you anything if you hit F203:39
xtknightswjunke, actually you could name it cdrw instead of dvd0 if you wnat, whatever.03:39
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mrzaiusxtknight: that's alright.  already got a server cd here.  I can just use that in a pinch and install xubuntu over it03:40
Zerook, it went to black with a cursor in the top lefthand corner. and then on the screen it says firmware helper main error loading and some more criptic stuff and the screen goes black and the CD tray stops loading ubuntu.03:40
tom__I have to press reset :(((((03:40
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xtknightmrzaius, that works too03:40
tom__any suggestions? tks03:40
xtknighttom__, nvidia video card?03:40
dougskook, so i know you use 'sudo update-alternatives --config editor' to change your default editor (what happened to export $EDITOR btw?), but if your editor of choice is in /usr/local/bin, it doesnt come up in the choices. anyone know of a workaround?03:40
Zeroyeah, it's definately not booting anything03:40
tom__xtknight: no ati x70003:41
jribdougsko: add it as an alternative?03:41
xtknighttom__, hm sorry i'm not sure.  try the alternate cd?03:41
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swjunkeok... after doing mkdir then what?03:41
bruenigdougsko, sudo update-alternatives --set editor /usr/local/bin/youreditor03:41
skelZero:  at the boot prompt before you pick start ubuntu03:41
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xtknight!alternate | tom__ grab the alternate here.  http://releases.ubuntu.com/6.10/ ;; description:03:41
ubotutom__ grab the alternate here.  http://releases.ubuntu.com/6.10/ ;; description:: The Alternate CD (available as of Dapper) is the classical text-mode installation CD. Use it if you wish to upgrade via CD, or for an "expert" mode install. For normal installs, use the Desktop CD, which is also a "Live" CD.03:41
skelZero: you can do a custom start I think.. additional options or something03:41
dougskojrib, bruenig: awesome, thanks03:41
skelZero: you can try noapic nolapic03:41
skelZero: could be an interrupt issue or something03:42
Zeroit says boot options and a really long line of text is in there03:42
skelits been a while since I've installed, just been upgrading the last few versions03:42
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skelZero: f1 I think shows you the different boot options03:43
craigbass1976Does anyone here have a sourceforge project?03:43
smocan i remove all unused lcoales in /usr/locale-langpack dir??? and how?03:43
Zeroit starts with file=/cdrom/preseed/ubuntu.seed boot=casper and it goes on from there03:43
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skeland then I think f6 allows you to enter them?03:43
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dougskohmmm...im getting 'update-alternatives: Cannot find alternative `/usr/local/bin/vim'.', even though its definitely there03:43
Zerof1 brought up the help menu03:43
skelZero: try entering noapic nolapic on the end of that03:43
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skelcraigbass1976: no, sf is slow and always under maintenance. I don't personally have any projects but my friends use googles project repository03:44
Zeroand after I add that I just press enter?03:44
SammyFhmm ... anybody has any experience with the ATI Driver Installer?03:44
xtknight!anyone | SammyF03:45
ubotuSammyF: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?03:45
skelZero: yeah03:45
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user1234hi @ all03:45
xtknight!hi | user123403:45
ubotuuser1234: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!03:45
Zerook, It's starting off the same, should it do something special this time?03:45
bruenigdougsko, sudo ln -sf /usr/local/bin/vim /etc/alternatives/editor03:45
SammyFanybody used the ATI Driver Installer?03:45
skelZero: well if it were a apic problem it would get further.. thats about it..03:46
SammyF(repeated the question to make the bot happy, sorry)03:46
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skellol SammyF, state why you would like to know :)03:46
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Zerook, the error # it's coming up with is 4575 and 457803:46
skelSammyF: its faster to get to the root of the problem :)03:46
Zerodoes that mean anything?03:46
Zeroand it started back up again03:47
user1234does somebody have an idea how to change the shell colour of the loginname/machine03:47
victori_how would you emulate the second mouse button?03:47
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skelZero: it restarted?03:47
user1234my computers name is ragga03:47
bruenigdougsko, did that work03:47
SammyFskel, cause I downloaded them, and somehow I lack the knowledge on how to actually USE them. it's a .run file, which I supposed I would be able to convert to something .deb using alien03:47
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SammyFskel, ;)03:47
Zeroit went black, the cd tray stopped, but it made a beep and loaded up ubuntu03:47
user1234i want him greenyellowred03:47
jribdougsko: you need to "install" the alternative, though what bruenig suggests would accomplish what you want too...03:47
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dougskobruenig: im just about to run it. i was just reading the man page03:47
xtknightSammyF, no you can not go from run->deb.  you run the ATI installer with the --build-pkg paramaeter03:47
Zeroit's up right now.03:47
EsotericismsI just installed ubuntu on my inspiron 8500 and then blacklisted the bcm44xx in my modprobe for my wireless adapter, now my wired adapter whenever I ping anything looses like the first 10 icmp requests03:48
Esotericismsany ideas?03:48
dougskojrib: i have it installed via dpkg03:48
skelSammyF: ahh ok, you'll have to get your kernel sources to compile against I think, its been a while since I've had an ATI03:48
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skelSammyF: hold tight03:48
jribdougsko: no, using update-alternatives03:48
skelZero: weird03:48
ZeroWow, thanks a ton skel03:48
SammyFskel, thanks03:48
xenexin my volume preferences, i can choose 2 things: HDA NVidia (Alsa mixer) and SigmaTel STAC9227 (OSS mixer). Which one should I use?03:49
skelZero: np, glad it worked :)03:49
xtknightxenex, they both refer to the same device (onboard intel-certified HD audio).  just use ALSA, OSS has been deprecated03:49
dougskobruenig: it worked, thanks03:49
dougskojrib: im not sure i follow03:49
skelSammyF: I could walk you through it but its been a while and we'd blunder a lot, but I've got a good howto I think that should help some03:49
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xtknightxenex, at least as far as i know.  you don't have any pci sound cards right?03:50
Zeronow, is there a special way to get my wireless that is built into the laptop to read the wireless router03:50
xenexxtknight: thanks, would you know how to fix my microphone?03:50
skelSammyF: since you knew about alien I'm assuming you're relatively comfortable with linux / ubuntu03:50
SammyFskel, "relatively" :)03:50
skelZero: depends03:50
xenexxtknight: no, i have integrated03:50
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skelSammyF: take a look at this: http://wiki.cchtml.com/index.php/Ubuntu_Edgy_Installation_Guide03:50
xtknightSammyF, again you can not use alien with .runs.  with the ati installer you can use the --build-pkg (or similar) parameter to make debs though03:50
SammyFskel, on the other hand, I just found out that there's a RPM package on the ATI page03:50
jribdougsko: man update-alternatives will tell you about --install, let me know if it isn't clear (it wasn't for me the first time I encountered it...)03:50
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xtknightxenex, how exactly would you like to use the input from your microphone?03:50
skelSammyF: well there IS a module in the ubuntu repository03:51
bruenigit is unclear with all the terminology03:51
dougskojrib: cool. ive never used update-alternatives before, the only way ive done this was by exporting $EDITOR03:51
SammyFskel, so that should work :)03:51
xenexxtknight: i'm trying to make it work on ventrilo but then I don't think ubuntu is even detecting my microphone03:51
skelSammyF: if you install the restricted-modules package for your kernel03:51
xtknightxenex, as long as you plug it into the microphone(line in) it should03:51
skelSammyF: it has fglrx I believe,   anyone correct me if I'm wrong03:51
SammyFskel, yep. ATI released a new driver a week or so ago03:51
jribdougsko: sudo update-alternatives --install editor editor /usr/local/bin/vim 1   should work though I don't actually know how the priority's work (if bigger is more important or the other way around)03:51
xenexxtknight: I have 2 plugs, front hub and the mic plug in the back. i currently have it in the back and its not working03:51
skelSammyF: ah ok so you're upgrading03:51
xtknightxenex, well the back is the most reliable03:52
SammyFskel, yes .. there is fglrx in the repository03:52
xtknightxenex, maybe you need to adjust some switches in the mixer03:52
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ping_tuhow can do to this bug,https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gcc-3.4/+bug/2652203:52
xtknightxenex, gnome-volume-control03:52
xenexxtknight: like what? i enabled capture03:52
skelZero: do you know if the wireless card is a broadcom chipset?03:52
SammyFskel, yes ... well ... let's say I'm hopeful ... the ATI drivers have been relatively crappy so far :(03:52
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Zeroskel: not a clue03:52
xenexthe input source is set to mic and not frontmic, so i don't know why it isn't working03:52
xtknightxenex, turn up "line in" where you see it?03:52
dougskojrib: interesting.../me goes to read more03:52
xenexxtknight: there is no line in03:52
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xtknightxenex, edit->preferences enable everything and try again03:53
xenexxtknight: InMux and InVol is in the capture tab03:53
thiesenhow do I move a ntfs partition to a new mount point??03:53
Zeroskel: It shows up, should it connect if it shows up in network settings?03:53
skelSammyF: yeah, one of the reasons I switch to nvidia about two years ago, anyway if you want to review that howto, I'd be happy to help you with any questions03:53
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bruenigthiesen, change your /etc/fstab03:53
SpartacusHey, does SDL come with Ubuntu Edgy?03:53
bruenigthiesen, where do you want it to mount03:53
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skelZero: if it shows up thats good, is your network secured with WEP/WPA/WPA2 ?03:53
SammyFskel, one of the reason I'm relatively comfortable with Ubuntu is that reading How-Tos has been my favourite past time lately ;)03:53
EsotericismsI am having an issue with my wired connection on my fresh ubuntu install03:53
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SammyFskel, so .. bring it on :)03:53
Zerono, it's an open access point03:54
skelSammyF: heheh :)03:54
EsotericismsI have a broadcom wired 10/100 card in my inspiron 8500 ... I am having a considerable amount of packet loss03:54
skelZero: ok then it should be pretty easy03:54
thiesenbruenig: I had a look inside that file and I saw the reference to my ntfs partition in it... it says the ntfs is mounted as /windows which is correct03:54
skelZero: this is the livecd?03:54
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xtknightxenex, did edit preferences unveil anything else?03:54
xenexxtknight: no03:54
thiesenbruenig: I want to mount it as /media/windows instead03:54
SpartacusDoes Ubuntu Edgy come with SDL?03:55
xenexxtknight: for input source, i'm assuming i should pick mic out of mic, front mic, and line. correct?03:55
xtknightxenex, hm could you list everything you see under "playback" and everything under "capture" (or screenshot it?)03:55
xtknightxenex, im really not sure, every mixer for every device is different03:55
bruenigthiesen, ok does /media/windows exist, (sudo mkdir /media/windows)03:55
Number2is there any way to get the kibuntu style kde on ubuntu?03:55
Zeroif it is no password, do I need to have the password type set to anything special?03:55
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about sdl - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:55
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thiesenbruenig: I have to make a directoy03:55
xenexxtknight: PCM, Front, Surround, Center, LFE, Side (Playback)03:55
xtknightit's a graphics lib03:55
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hanasakiwhat causes packages to be "kept bakc"?03:55
xenexxtknight: InMux, InVol (Capture)03:56
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xtknighthanasaki, "pinned" or "held" packages.03:56
thiesenbruenig: I have to make a physical directory if I want to mount something??03:56
bruenigthiesen, right sudo mkdir /media/windows, and then change the mounpoint in the /etc/fstab to /media/windows03:56
skelZero: no I don't think so, just don't select WPA / WEP .. leave it03:56
bruenigthiesen, yeah...03:56
xtknightxenex, hmm.  i'm afraid i have no idea i that's all you see03:56
xtknightxenex, what about under "Switches"?03:56
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thiesenbruenig: ok.. hangon...03:56
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skelZero: this is the livecd?03:56
xenexxtknight: ADCMix03:56
skelZero: or post install?03:56
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xtknightxenex, hrmm sorry.  no clue.  it's possible the driver doesnt support the mic but you could try using the other device via file->change device03:57
aldeswarianyone know why i can't get libwxgtk2.6-0 from the default repositories that come on edgy eft?03:57
Zerolive CD. Why, will it not work without a full install?03:57
harryHow are you supposed to pronounce 'gedit' ? is the g pronounced seperately or is it said as all one word?03:57
xenexxtknight: then there's only one tab, playback with a volume setting03:57
Number2anyone have an answer??03:57
hanasakiI know "pinning" what is "held03:57
bruenigharry, probably intended to be g edit03:57
SpartacusIs there any downside to installing all of the packages in the package manager?03:57
xtknightaldeswari, it's in Universe.  do you have it enabled?03:57
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skelZero: no I was just curious if I could have you apt-get something to check the signal and verify its seeing the AP03:57
xtknightSpartacus, waste of space, slowdown, possible misconfiguration?  bad idea in general03:57
skelcan you apt-get packages on the livecd anyone?03:58
aldeswarinot sure. how would i check/ do it? this is my first time using linux :)03:58
xtknightskel, sure just enable repos03:58
xtknight!universe | aldeswari03:58
ubotualdeswari: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components - See also !EasySource03:58
SammyFcya in a bit if X restarts ;)03:58
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xtknightaldeswari, first time using linux and you're compiling something? :)03:58
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skelSammyF: gl =] 03:58
hanasakiaptitude vs apt-get... what to use each for?03:58
bruenighanasaki, always apt-get03:58
thiesenbruenig: ok... I created /media/windows and changed /etc/fstab03:58
xtknighthanasaki, hrm both do the same thing really.  aptitude can do a few more things with the debian packaging system03:58
skelZero: are you familiar with navigating linux via a shell?03:58
bruenigthiesen, sudo mount -a03:58
skelZero: ie. bash?03:58
aldeswarii don't know what i'm doing, i'm just trying to get mplayer and wine working03:59
thiesenbruenig: what will the -a do??03:59
xtknightis there something wrong with aptitude for ubuntu ?03:59
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xtknightaldeswari, ahh following a howto?03:59
hanasakiwill apt-get go away and just aptitude in the future?03:59
bruenigthiesen, it mounts all the things in your fstab03:59
Zeroskel: no. I am absolutely 100% noob to this03:59
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aldeswarikind of yeah. it seems though everytime i try to install i'm missing libwxgtk2.6-0 or some other package03:59
xtknightaldeswari, heh yeah it can be a pain but you'll get through it04:00
xtknightsorry all gotta go04:00
thiesenbruenig: ok... I did sudo mount -a so is everything changed now??04:00
skelZero: hehe ok.04:00
xtknighti can't..possibly...do it any longer04:00
bruenigthiesen, go see, is it in /media/windows04:00
AlbertKis there a howto available for how to install themes in ubuntu properly? (f.e. www.ubuntu-look.org)04:00
xtknightMadDog011, good luck with the nvidia thing.  just ask the same question as you did (perfectly phrased btw).  youll get a response one of these days im sure heh04:01
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Zeroat least I'm honest. I am sick of windows and I just want something I can learn on04:01
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thiesenbruenig: you're a god... :-) that was easy...04:01
brueniga god indeed04:01
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jribdougsko: I knew I had seen documentation somewhere: http://www.debian.org/doc/manuals/debian-faq/ch-customizing.en.html#s-diverse  heh04:01
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AlbertKwindows isn't too bad at all, it's just the corporate background that makes the whole thing sickeningly evil ;)04:02
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dougskojrib: cool man, thanks04:02
skelZero: I hear ya :) the software repository in ubuntu is really nice. there's not much you can't find.. though it may not always be to your liking04:02
bruenigwindows isn't too bad.... what are you smoking04:02
thiesenbruenig: I didn't even have to deactivate ntfs-3g... it just worked... :-)04:02
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Zeroskel: it's better than Vista.04:02
Sonic_13how do I share a printer in ubuntu with windows xp computers?04:02
skelplease don't troll bruenig04:02
AlbertKfor my mother f.e.04:02
bruenigskel, you need to wikipedia troll04:02
bruenigI don't think I could be called a troll bashing windows in a linux channel04:03
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jason_wiicould someone with a gmail account send an invite to mail1240476@lawrabbit.com i want to get an account04:03
Sonic_13Wii rocks!04:03
jribjason_wii: ok04:03
Hydr0p0nXdidn't think you need an invite anymore04:03
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Sonic_13you can get an account via text message @ jason_wii04:03
Sonic_13if you have text messaging04:03
jason_wiii don't04:04
jesusphreakhello; if I am running an older core duo macbook, do I want the x86 version of ubuntu or the 64-bit?04:04
reaspiredgmail is open for everyone now04:04
xtknightjesusphreak, core duo is x86 only.  core 2 duo is x86/x6404:04
aldeswariwhomever it was tat helped me with libwxgtk, thanks a lot :)04:04
skelZero: do you get a list of SSID's in the network manager?04:04
Sonic_13do you have a Wii?04:04
jribjason_wii: oh, no more invites needed: https://www.google.com/accounts/NewAccount?service=mail&t=a0615237-47d74821-3a9b1da38185d3df5125&continue=http%3A%2F%2Fmail.google.com%2Fmail%2Fe-11-104a5292532e8cd05b545c2df5553ec6-3f01c2bba196058a8257da702b563f7e9b68bba1&type=204:04
Sonic_13how do I share a printer in ubuntu with windows xp computers?04:04
xtknightaldeswari, no problem :P04:04
jesusphreakxtknight: thanks04:04
zenwhenjesusphreak: 32 biit04:04
bruenig!printing | Sonic_1304:04
ubotuSonic_13: 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/NetworkPrintingFromWindows04:04
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zenwhenthe core duo does not support 64-bit code, and you may want to read some guides before you go to install ubuntu on a macbook04:05
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Michael_the_choiThere's a nice guide to installing on the macbook on the ubuntu guide pages.04:05
Michael_the_choiI just did it a couple days ago. :-)04:05
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Zerono, I get something that says wireless connection  wired connection and modem connection04:05
thiesenbruenig: Uhm... the old mount point still refers to the ntfs partition...04:05
whoniccaspeakin about macs, are they made with the same parts as pc's now?04:05
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Michael_the_choiThey always have been pcs. ;-)04:06
reaspiredCan some one tell me why when I run beryl-manager and restart via Ctrl+alf+backspace, why berly doesnt auto load04:06
Michael_the_choiTHey aren't mainfraims, you know.04:06
eigenlambdaok so.  when i run gnome-settings-daemon,04:06
skelZero: and if you click on the wireless one, there's nowhere to really go from there?04:06
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whoniccadidnt they use priority hardware04:06
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bruenigthiesen, yeah I thought it might, when you restart it won't or if you sudo umount /dev/whatever && sudo mount /dev/whatever it will probably go away too04:06
jribreaspired: add beryl-manager to system > preferences > sesssion > startup04:06
eigenlambdaWarning:          No symbols defined for <I7F> (keycode 255)04:06
whoniccamac only type hardware04:06
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Michael_the_choimac uses mac hardware, yes.04:07
eigenlambda(1) wtf does that mean (2) how to make it not take 100% cpu to print that04:07
Zerofrom there it says enable this connection (did that" and it says network name Essid, but nothing shows up in there. I manually input mine.04:07
Michael_the_choiApple is a hardware manufacturer.04:07
zenwhenMichael_the_choi: link me?04:07
skelApple also makes software :)04:07
thiesenbruenig: so I can just reboot the virtual computer??04:07
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whoniccathis is what is keeping me from buying a mac, hardware versatility =\04:07
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eigenlambdawarning .  no symbols defind for <I7E>04:07
whoniccaMichael_the_choi, can i ask u a couple questions pm? about mac04:07
eigenlambdawarning.  no symbols defined for <I7D>04:07
bruenigthiesen, if you want, or again you can just sudo umount /dev/whatever and then sudo mount /dev/whatever04:07
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eigenlambdahow i make it stop do that?04:08
Michael_the_choisure, whonicca, though I don't know I'll know the answer!04:08
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eigenlambdamuch annoys.04:08
whoniccanothing complicated =)04:08
bruenigthiesen, because the first command will unmount it from both mount points and the second command will mount in accordance with the fstab, which has it setup for your new mount point04:08
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thiesenbruenig: oh... you mean the actual /dev/sd1 device??04:08
skelZero: and no dice after inputing yours I take it04:08
bruenigthiesen, yeah, just sudo umount /dev/sd1 && sudo mount /dev/sd104:08
jimd3299woohoo, just slapped in a wireless card in my laptop and ubuntu recognized it right away as eth1.  Sweet04:09
reaspiredjrib, ok I did that restarted via ctrl+alt+backspace, I see the berly icon on top right, but windows look and move like gtk04:09
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Zerobelow that it says "password type" but since I don't have one I kept it at Hex. I don't know if I should change it to ASCII04:09
jribreaspired: yeah, don't hit ctrl-alt-backspace, log out first04:09
thiesenbruenig: ah... then I get it... I will see what magic I can make...04:09
jribreaspired: (choose beryl as your window manager first)04:09
Michael_the_choiOops - I take back the link I just linked.04:09
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Michael_the_choiIt's not the one I was looking for.04:09
eigenlambda(i also get that from setxkbmap -print | xkbcomp - :004:09
Peloreaspired,  you need to change the window manager in the icon's right click menu,04:10
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jimd3299Zero: I left mine at Hex, I have no password on my wireless04:10
eigenlambda*why* does it do that?04:10
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eigenlambdawhy does gnome-settings-daemon braindeadedly repeat that using all available resources?04:10
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holeis there any way to make gnome show all hidden folders?04:10
reaspiredPelo, thanks04:10
eigenlambdawhen it fails... it just keeps trying over and over.04:10
jribhole: ctrl-h, or view > show hidden files04:10
Peloreaspired,  you can also access the themes and stuff from there04:11
holeoh hehe04:11
Zeroup in the corner it says my network connection is named "lo" and it is on a loopback ( and a subnet mask of
eigenlambdahow do i prevent xkbcomp from being called by gnome-settings-daemon?04:11
eigenlambdaill wrap it with something that hides its exit code04:11
craigbass1976Hey folks!  I just uploaded my first project on SourceForge.  OpenInvoice!  Check 'er out!!!04:11
skelZero: can you switch that to ethX04:11
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skelZero: you're just looking at the loopback04:11
Pelocraigbass1976,  link ?04:11
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craigbass1976Pelo, ^04:12
skelZero: quick question, how do  you know you're not currently connected via wireless?04:12
Pelocraigbass1976,  loading, what is it about ?04:12
ZeroI get no ping from anything04:13
bruenignot sure I need to make invoices04:13
thiesenbruenig: "umount: /dev/sda7: inte monterad" it's Swedish and it tells me that /dev/sda7 isn't mounted... uhm???04:13
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bruenigthiesen, just reboot04:13
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jimd3299Zero: Under System>Administration>Networking, did you type the name of your access point into the field. also known as the SSID?04:13
skelZero: on that computer, try sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart04:13
Michael_the_choiMACBOOK: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MacBook.04:14
Pelocraigbass1976,  ??? a zip files ?  oh dear04:14
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thiesenbruenig: hehehe... wtf... that's sounds familiar from some other OS... :-)04:14
jimd3299I had to type the name in mine to get it to recognize the connection.04:14
craigbass1976Pelo, It's using OOcalc as a front end for invoicing/inventory.  Also uses bash scripts and mysql04:14
bruenigthiesen, well I am not there, if I were there I am sure I could fix it without reboot, but from here it is just easier to have you reboot04:14
craigbass1976Pelo, Not too big...04:14
noodles12can someonehelp me instal a trendnet usb wireless card with teh realtek chipset? (the forums only have instructions on installing the other chipsets)04:14
thiesenbruenig: yeah... you're probably right about that... :-)04:15
eigenlambdaHA! i got that bullshit to end by moving /etc/X11/xkb out of the way temporarily04:15
bruenigcraigbass1976, at least .tar.gz it04:15
skelZero: sorry, in a terminal do that04:15
eigenlambdaso.  what the fuck?04:15
tonyyarusso!ohmy | eigenlambda04:15
ubotueigenlambda: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.04:15
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eigenlambdatheres even a bug about it in launchpad >> https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/breezy/+source/xkeyboard-config/+bug/2159504:15
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Arch_NMEif anyone know's anything regarding getting a UTstarcom 5740 EVDO cellular internet card with sprint service to work under ubuntu?04:15
eigenlambdabut, none of the suggestions there work.  bullshit.04:15
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eigenlambdaor, rather, i don't understand the suggestions there04:16
eigenlambdamaybe i should upgrade to feisty and that will work?04:16
Pelocraigbass1976,  I'll have a look eventualy, I don'T have mysql installed and it's too late in the evening to start messing aroud with it and learning how to use your project , but I will have a look at it , if only to learn something new, thanks04:16
bruenigcraigbass1976, I would make user-guide.odt a README txt file04:16
eigenlambdagnome-settings-daemon: stupidest program ever04:16
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craigbass1976bruenig, I wanted it to look pretty. :)04:16
eigenlambdaalso: why do i need to manually run gnome-settings-daemon for my compiz session?04:16
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bruenigcraigbass1976, yeah, but it isn't nerdy enough04:17
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Pelobruenig,  it's got pics in it04:17
Flanneleigenlambda: #ubuntu-effects for compiz support, thanks04:17
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bruenigit needs to be scary and cryptic04:17
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bruenigthat is the only way you can get respect04:17
ZeroDHCP discover on eth1 to port 67 interval (4,7,8,15,10,12,5) send_packet: network is down04:17
oggyis there a channel for beryl04:17
Pelooggy,   #beryl04:17
Flanneloggy: #ubuntu-effects for beryl too04:17
skelZero: hmm04:17
bruenigoggy, #beryl or #ubuntu-effects04:17
Zerothe parenthesis is showing all of the numbers after interval04:17
craigbass1976bruenig, I know... I know...04:17
Zeroin that order04:17
skelZero: so its not connecting to your SSID04:17
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rikcI'm having trouble mounting a hard drive in 6.06 Dapper, would anyone be able to help me out or point me to a good guide?  I thought I correctly followed the one I was using, but I guess not.04:17
MadDog011xtknight, out of rage I have deleted by accident the /lib/.../video/nvidia/nvidia.ko driver... how do I get it back?04:18
MadDog011out of rage I have deleted by accident the /lib/.../video/nvidia/nvidia.ko driver... how do I get it back?04:18
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FlannelMadDog011: what's the full path?04:18
Pelorikc, http://revision3.com/forum/showthread.php?t=84 ,  there might be something in here04:18
MadDog011Flannel sec04:18
rikcawesome, thanks Pelo04:18
Pelooggy,  you couldn'T be bothered to  check  #beryl ...   lame04:18
skelZero: in a terminal can you type iwconfig eth1 essid <your ssid>04:18
skelZero: you'll probably have to prepend that command with sudo04:19
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MadDog011Flannel, /lib/modules/2.6.17-1-generic/kernel/drivers/video/nvidia/nvidia.ko04:19
skelZero: and then try to restart the network again, or just run dhcpcd04:19
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Sonic_13i am trying to setup network printing and this page (https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NetworkPrintingFromWinXP) says I need to Also set which TCP port that the printer system will accept connections on. In Ubuntu 5.10 (Breezy) and Ubuntu 6.10 (Edgy) add this line under the Network Options part of the file (somewhere around line 420), or in Ubuntu 6.06 (Dapper) add the following line to /etc/cups/cups.d/ports.conf:, but there is no li04:19
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ZeroI did it and it says operation not permitted04:20
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billygreetings humanoids.04:20
VeinorI'm having problems installing edgy on my laptop. It says:04:20
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Zerodo I need sudo in front of it?04:20
Veinor"Activating swap ... [ok] 04:20
Veinormount: Function not implemented04:20
MadDog011Flannel, /lib/modules/2.6.17-1-generic/kernel/drivers/video/nvidia/nvidia.ko04:20
skelZero: it said that when you put sudo in the front? like  sudo iwconfig eth1 essid <your ssid>   ?04:20
Arch_NMEpower to the prolitariate and goodnight all04:20
Sonic_13(step #4)04:20
skelZero: yeah :)04:20
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rikcand would there be any reason why the internet seems to run much slower in Ubuntu than Windows?04:20
aldeswar1anyone know how i would connect to a windows file sharing network?04:21
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skelZero: sorry I left that out, sudo allows you do execute actions as the administrator04:21
cables!ipv6 | rikc04:21
uboturikc: To disable ipv6 read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WebBrowsingSlowIPv6IPv404:21
ZeroI did it and it just came up with another line04:21
skelZero: so anytime you're doing something system related you'll most likely need sudo04:21
Zerono notification, no nothing04:21
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skelZero: thats good04:21
MadDog011I have deleted this file by accident out of rage -> /lib/modules/2.6.17-1-generic/kernel/drivers/video/nvidia/nvidia.ko  does anyone know how to get it back?04:21
Veinorunless you choose to enable logins as root.04:21
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skelZero: ok try the sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart   again04:21
Sonic_13i am having trouble with #4  --> https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NetworkPrintingFromWinXP04:21
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aldeswar1anyone know how i would connect a windows file sharing network?04:22
craigbass1976aldeswar1, I know.  What exactly is the setup04:22
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Zerosame thing04:22
aldeswar1just created a windows network on my other comp running xp under mshome04:22
VeinorI got the message "mount: function not implemented" briefly during the CD boot. I know that mount is kinda critical, so I was wondering if this might mean I might have problems during the actual partition04:22
craigbass1976aldeswar1, and don't ask so fast twice in a row; I was typing...04:22
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skelZero: hmmm =/04:22
ZeroThis time though it says no such device for a bunch of things04:22
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aldeswar1oh sorry i missed what you said04:23
aldeswar1i'm an idiot04:23
aldeswar1sorry :)04:23
AlysumHi, I'm doing ssh -X to another ubuntu on my LAN but I get this:04:23
Alysumtom@tom-mac:~$ xterm 104:23
Alysumxterm Xt error: Can't open display:04:23
Alysumxterm:  DISPLAY is not set04:23
Alysumany ideas ? tks04:23
Alysumsorry for the flood04:23
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rikcOn the first step in the guide you guys linked me to, I recieved this: (gedit:5476): GnomeUI-WARNING **: While connecting to session manager:04:23
rikcAuthentication Rejected, reason : None of the authentication protocols specified are supported and host-based authentication failed..  Will this effect anything?  The document that came up was blank04:23
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Sonic_13how do I access the "Network Options" part of this file /etc/cups/cupsd.conf04:23
Sonic_13(the second half of #4 https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NetworkPrintingFromWinXP)04:24
Zeroskel. one is SIOCSIFFLAGS04:24
rikcsorry about all the questions, I'm totally new to this and my friend who has been helping me out is gone for a few days04:24
craigbass1976aldeswar1, anyway, figure out what the ip is in windows, and then the share name.  For instance...04:24
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MadDog011Three hours I've spent trying to get this NVIDIA driver to work... THREE HOURS !!!! nothing... I think Bill Gates deserves his millions04:24
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LadyNikonMadDog011: what you doing wrong?04:25
ZeroMadDog011: I thought he had billions04:25
skelZero: I'm not sure :( at this point I really don't know what direction to take you in without being on the machine =/04:25
LadyNikonno one said linux was easy.. its just better :D04:25
craigbass1976aldeswar1, I shared out the Shared Documents folder, which on the network was called Documents.  Sometimes it's called ShareDocs...04:25
whoniccai chose a canon over a nikon today =\04:25
FlannelMadDog011: that's the nvidia-glx package, it appears04:25
MadDog011I have absolutely no clue !!!! I've tried everything every damn instruction04:25
billyis the wine chat on the ubuntu servers?04:25
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eckMadDog011: well, nvidia wrote the drivers, not microsoft :-)04:25
Zeroskel: it's cool04:25
Veinorif it's easy, it ain't worth doing :-P04:25
aldeswar1ok got it04:25
skelSonic_13: so you're trying to get windows clients on your network to access a printer through ubuntu?04:25
Alysumdid anyone get my message pls ?04:25
ZeroI have to sleep, I'l work on this tommorow.04:25
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ZeroThanks though.04:25
craigbass1976aldeswar1, anyway, sudo mount -t smbfs // /mnt would do it.04:25
skelZero: anytime :)04:25
Pelobilly, #winehq,  and this is the freenode network04:25
Sonic_13SKEL: yes04:26
skelSonic_13: ok, just wanted to make sure you were going down the right path, let me take a look at that howto04:26
aldeswar1k ill try that04:26
billyPelo:  thx.  all I know is, when I open XChat I click on ubuntu servers.  :)04:26
Sonic_13SKEL: thanks a lot in advance for any help you may be able to give04:26
MadDog011maybe it's not worth doing, but im sorry cus I've spent over a week getting all the servers up !!! But I can't get the NVIDIA DRVIERS to work... my god am I that stupid... or is something terribly wrong !!!04:26
bruenig!ati | MadDog01104:27
ubotuMadDog011: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto04:27
Pelobilly,  that's just how it is setup,  so the noobs don'T get too comfused04:27
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skelSonic_13: np :)  ok so what part of #4 is giving you trouble (sorry was watching a couple of conversations and didn't catch the whole question)04:27
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MadDog011bruenig, do you think I haven't seen that page for 20 times allraedy ?04:27
Veinorpeople actually ask that question so much that you have a dedicated command for that?04:27
LadyNikonlol@ giving MadDog011 a trigger that he probably already knows04:27
billyPelo:  guess it worked! :)04:27
bruenigMadDog011, but have you seen this one04:27
Sonic_13SKEL: the part that starts04:27
Sonic_13"Also set which TCP port that the printer system will accept connections on. "04:27
bruenig!nv | MadDog01104:27
ubotuMadDog011: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto04:27
skelSonic_13: why don't we take this to a PM04:27
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Sonic_13that would be easier04:28
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bruenigthe !nv is underused04:28
bruenigtoo much !nvidia and !ati04:28
LadyNikonto much !!!04:28
colbertIs it possible to use a different wallpaper for each workspace ??04:28
Alysumanyone know how to exit the Terminal Server Client when you're in full screen ?04:28
LadyNikoncolbert: i think i  had that once04:28
LadyNikoncant remember how though04:28
OldGeezeralysum type in exit04:28
Alysumok thx04:29
bwlangcolbert: i don't thiink so, never seen it04:29
skelSonic_13: if you're not registered I don't think it will let us PM, are you registered on this network?04:29
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Alysumerr where do I type exit when Im in full screen04:30
ardchoilleat the prompt04:30
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Sonic_13SKEL: no i am not04:30
skelSonic_13: ok, did you see my PM?04:30
Veinorok. on the installer, when you're choosing how to partition your HD, is the "new partition size" the size of the new partition, or the new size of the old one? (i.e, the size of the ubuntu or windows partition)04:30
Pelocolbert,  look for a pakcage called wallpaperoz or something like that04:30
Sonic_13i did see your pm04:30
skelSonic_13: hmm ok cause I can't see your replies04:30
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ardchoilleAlysum: lol, unless you can figure out another place to type04:31
geniiAlysum: Right after the $04:31
ardchoillegenii: I don't think he has too many choices04:31
Pelocolbert, http://www.gnomefiles.org/app.php/Wallpapoz04:31
eckVeinor: i think the new partition means the new partition, but if you're in doubt just look at the pretty picture of your hadr drive04:31
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geniiardochoille Well, we must try to be understanding04:32
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eckiirc the graphic makes it clear which filesystem each partition is formatted as, so it should be clear what belongs to windows04:32
ardchoillegenii: True04:32
colbertPelo: Wow thanks04:32
colbertWould that be compatible with Beryl ?04:32
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AlysumI'm talking about the Terminal Client Server which connects to a server remotely, a GUI! In my case it connects to a windows XP WS in full screen04:32
Pelocolbert,  no idea04:33
AlysumI had to press reset to exit lol04:33
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colbertDang the link is dead04:33
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colbertcan I get it somewhere else ?04:33
Pelocolbert, http://wallpapoz.akbarhome.com/download.html04:33
Shadow_milhelp support Linux: http://www.dell.com/linuxsurvey04:33
matkix0sSo what is a good gui html editor like dreamweaver?04:33
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ramza3I need to develop a simple mysql client, do I need libmysqlclient?04:33
eckuh, it should have an embedded gparted editor04:34
eckon edgy anyway04:34
jribramza3: you don't need it, you can rewrite it of course (your question is vague)04:34
Veinorah, that. I meant in the installer. I'll just use gparted then.04:34
matkix0sEck was that to me?04:34
geniiAlysum :) Glag you got it figured04:34
geniiglad even04:34
ramza3jrib: I mean, where is libmysql.so or whatever04:34
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eckmatkix0s: no, it was to veinor04:34
matkix0sOh, alright.04:34
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matkix0sSo anyone know of any good GUI html editor? I have used dreamweaver in the past and was looking for something similar to that.04:35
jribramza3: you could use libdbd-mysql04:35
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Alysumnoooo reset is not the right thing to do ! :p04:36
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Madpilotmatkix0s, give NVU a shot, if you really must use a WYSIWYG HTML editor.04:37
eckmatkix0s: bluefish is also pretty good04:37
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VeinorHow much of a resource hog is beryl?04:37
ramza3jrib, is that libmysql.so04:37
Aurotehi :)04:37
ecki think nvu is more point and click though04:37
jribramza3: it contains a file called that...04:37
LadyNikonwhat was that opensource vmwareish type program04:37
AuroteSkype fails to load when I start it. Here is a pastebin http://paste.uni.cc/1367004:37
rik_can someone give us a working repository that provides win32codecs? We've tried several from the forums and none are accessable.04:37
LadyNikonbegan with a X?04:37
aldeswar1would ipv6 cause me to not be able to connect to a windows network?04:38
ubotuSeveas has a popular 3rd party repository for several packages, including the win32 codecs: see http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages - See also !Codecs04:38
LadyNikonlemme see04:38
Madpilotubotu, mp3 | rik_ Try the one listed here, it worked for me last week04:38
uboturik_ Try the one listed here, it worked for me last week: 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/FreeFormats04:38
craigbass1976aldeswar1, You still there?  Did it work?04:38
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aldeswar1yeah didn't work :(04:38
victori_anyone feisty fan mirrors?04:38
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aldeswar1it worked yesterday though so...04:39
craigbass1976aldeswar1, What?04:39
victori_us.archive.ubuntu.com is really slow04:39
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aldeswar1the sudo mount -smbfs command you gave me04:39
colbertPelo: Thanks man that worked like a charm, great prog04:39
craigbass1976aldeswar1, did you get an error?04:39
Alysumtry iraq.archive.ubuntu.com then :p04:39
LadyNikonhmm xen isnt it04:39
craigbass1976aldeswar1, care to paste it?04:39
LadyNikondang it.. and my buffer isnt large enough to scroll up04:39
aldeswar1yeah one sec04:40
Veinorwhat's a good size for a swap?04:40
wick2o3x your amount of ram04:40
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geniiVeinor: Yes, 2-4x ram size04:41
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eckuh, you don't need nearly that much04:41
eckyou need as much as you use04:41
eckprobably no more than a couple hundred MB just to be safe04:41
aldeswar1pump@pump-laptop:~$ sudo mount -t smbfs // /mnt04:41
aldeswar1mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on //,04:41
aldeswar1       missing codepage or other error04:41
aldeswar1       In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try04:41
aldeswar1       dmesg | tail  or so04:41
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Veinorcouple hundred MB for swap?04:41
geniieck For doing diff on large files and suspend-to-ram etc you need quite a lot04:41
eckfor a desktop that is fine04:41
Veinorthis is a laptop04:42
cafuego_Veinor: If you want to be able to suspend/hibernate, size of ram plus a bit.04:42
UvFiihai ho... how do i register my nickname on this channel04:42
Veinor2GB ram... 3?04:42
cafuego_genii: cerytainly not 4xram04:42
Veinor /msg nickserv register <password>04:42
wick2ohow big is your harddrive?04:42
aldeswar1the thing is i connected to it yesterday fine by just doing places>network servers>mshome04:42
cafuego_Veinor: Yeah, as most.04:42
wick2oor partition size aval for linux?04:42
VeinorI'm planning on allocatong 40 GB for linux04:42
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cafuego_Veinor: You don't want to end up in a situation where the machine springs a meory leak and starts eating all your swap, it'd be impossible to recover.04:43
craigbass1976aldeswar1, is there a firewall up on the xp box that wasn't there yesterday?  Did you update norton or anything, or windows?04:43
geniiVeinor: Yes, cafuego is right about suspend-to-ram size. If you also want to be able to do diff command on dvd iso images make it to 4.8Gb04:43
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wick2oVeinor: id use 1-3 gig for my swap easy04:43
wick2oubunut desktop install isnt all that large04:43
cafuego_genii: wtf would you diff iso images?04:43
Veinorheh. I'm not going to be diffing isos probably...04:44
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UvFii /msg nickserv UvFii register uvf3904:44
cafuego_genii: that's what md5sum is for.04:44
wick2ocafuego: development04:44
famidoes anyone use irssi with default Terminal?04:44
VeinorI'll go with 3; i can always resize later, right?04:44
cafuego_wick2o: If you do that with diff you're doing something wrong.04:44
geniicafuego To apply a patch from a custom iso modified from a factory one04:44
eckfami: with gnome terminal? yes04:44
cafuego_Veinor: yeah, or add some.04:44
craigbass1976aldeswar1, hmm.  I've never seen that before unless I messed the command up, or if windows wasn't sharing out properly.04:44
eckgenii: you do _not_ need as much ram as the file size to use patch04:45
UvFii /msg nickserv register 123456ap04:45
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cafuego_genii: xdelta04:45
mikefooAnyone know of a command line based tool for ripping dvds to a drive so I can backup and watch at later time if disc scratches?04:45
Veinorone last question: is a "mount:function not implemented" message that I saw when I booted the CD bad?04:45
famieck: yes, abit hard to switch windows in irssi04:45
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Veinor>_< Don't put a space before the /msg04:45
geniieck For diff you need swap the size of the largest file in the diff04:45
eckfami: edit > keyboard shortcuts04:45
aldeswar1i did install some packages today though on this machine04:45
jikbagdoes anyone know of a good GUI wireless network scanner?04:45
VeinorNow I recommend you use a diferent password, and change that one if you're actually using it.04:45
aldeswar1could that have anything to do with it?04:45
jikbagsomething that will just show me the local WAPs?04:46
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ecki sincerely hope that diff will not try to map a 4GB file into one buffer04:46
eckthat would be obscene04:46
geniieck It does and it is04:46
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eckok, diff has just been added to my list of evil programs04:47
cafuego_Why don't I try to run diff on my box with far less than 4GB ram+swap04:47
guidexanyone know of a way to mess with my keyboard keys? I Have a broken oposit ) key04:47
guidexor a charecter map program04:47
famieck: how disable them by a click?04:47
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geniicafuego Sure. Use 2 dvd iso then let me know when it chunks out :)04:48
craigbass1976aldeswar1, on the ubuntu box you mean?04:48
JBGoodguidex, xmodmap, afaik04:48
eckfami: you click the ones that are mapped to alt + number and hit backspace04:48
craigbass1976aldeswar1, could be.  depends on what they were.04:48
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OldGeezerjikbag look in your add/remove programs and search wireless, there is a list of apps for ubuntu there04:48
Veinorgenii: If, when I started the liveCD, I got the message "mount: function not implemented", might that lead to very bad things later?04:48
guidexthanks kbgood that should help me until pay day when i can buy a new keyboard04:48
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cafuego_Oh god, diff sucks.04:48
Veinoralso something about a radio frequency; didn't have time to write that one down.04:48
geniiVeinor It depends on the context.04:48
aldeswar1don't think i did anything besides libwxgtk2.6-0 and libwxbase04:49
jikbagOldGeezer: ty04:49
famieck: ok..04:49
aldeswar1which were for WINE and mplayer04:49
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Veinorgenii The context was the terminal you get before the GUI totally boots up04:49
geniiVeinor Likely some fs on a partiton that livecd has no fs driver for04:49
aldeswar1i'm going to try restarting as soon as i finish updating04:49
craigbass1976aldeswar1, if that's the ONLY difference between yesterday and today, then that would be it.  You never can tell when windows is involved though what's the same and what isn't.04:49
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Veinorgenii probably the recovery partition.04:49
AuroteSkype fails to load when I start it. Here is a pastebin http://paste.uni.cc/1367004:49
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famieck: another question: i am trying to install flash from http://seveas.imbrandon.com/dists/dapper-seveas/all/04:50
jribramza3: does that work for you?  There is probably more than one library you can use04:50
famieck: and have error04:50
eckfami: i just use the flash in multiverse, i'm not familiar with that repository04:50
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geniiVeinor I have not had that specific error so a bit fuzzy on the ramifications later. But I would lean towards that if it installs / fine etc etc you can mount whatever problemmatic fs there may be later, like some odd ntfs or so04:50
technelI accidentally deleted /etc/X11/imwheel . I ran "sudo aptitude remove --purge imwheel" and then did an install again, but the files still don't re-appear. How do I do a complete reinstall?04:50
ramza3jrib: sort of, I have /usr/lib/libmysql.so.15  ...but I cant get it to load for some reason, but that might be another issue04:51
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famieck: ok.. one click to enable multiverse?04:51
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eckfami: i think synaptic might have a clicky thing to turn it on, i'm not really sure04:51
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Veinorgenii yeah, sounds like a safe bet to me.04:52
megafaunaHi, what is the ubuntu equivilent of windows' system restore?04:52
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eckmegafauna: you take lots of backups :-)04:52
payalhi all04:52
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payaldoes ubuntu has a chkconfig kinda thing04:52
famieck: is it called Universe in LTS?04:52
CokeNCodewhat do i need to aptget to stream audio from online radio stations ?04:52
Veinormegafauna: I don't think there is one by default.04:52
technelNever mind, using dpkg worked04:52
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CokeNCodei keep getting error messages about not being able to handle the file type04:53
geniimegafauna: It does not have one,unless you had some kind of automated backup process running04:53
CokeNCodeand i never did before04:53
eckfami: no, it is called multiverse everywhere, universe is something else04:53
CokeNCodeoh wait, it works now :D04:53
VeinorI'm willing to bet 90% of system restore use is to give people more time for 30-day trials04:53
payalany ideas ?04:53
eckmegafauna: there isn't really a registry to screw up, so it is not as much of an issue as you might think04:53
famieck: maybe its new thing?04:53
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megafaunaah. So I just recovered from a failed hardware acceleration install and luckily the bash code had created a backup of the config file.04:54
sigger_anyone recommend a good .chm reader (other than cnochm)?04:54
eckfami: no, multiverse has been around since ubuntu has, i think. it might not be enabled in the version of synaptic in LTS though04:54
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Veinorwhat's LTS again?04:54
megafaunaI'm back now but there isn't a restore point software I can d/l? If not, I'll jsut have to be more careful04:54
MadpilotLong Term Support04:54
eckfami: you can just edit the sources.list file of course04:54
Veinoryeah, I think multiverse is disabled by default in LTS.04:54
eckmegafauna: /etc is pretty small, you can easily create backups of the whole thing04:54
megafaunaThanks for the comments all04:55
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Veinormegafauna: We're here to help.04:55
ecktar -cvjf etc-backup.tar.bz2 /etc04:55
megafaunaeck: so I'd backup etc on my iPod perhaps?04:55
Veinorif you wanted to do it that way04:55
megafaunacan bash see it? /me checks04:55
eckmegafauna: sure, i think if you bzip all of /etc it's < 10 MB04:55
VeinorOr you could do a CD-RW backup or something.04:55
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VeinorOh, it's that small? I'd back it up on my USB drive then. :-P04:56
eckand of course you can get it pretty tiny if you do differential backups or just backup the configs for the app you are breaking04:56
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famieck: ok.. i miss see, its in repos04:56
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megafaunaeck: ok, so i'll have to learn how to use bzip with the command line for next time I screw up my video driver04:56
megafaunaeck can that be done?04:56
eckmegafauna: no, just copy the xorg.conf to your home directory or something04:57
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eckor you could just cp -r all of /etc, on my machine it is only 12 MB (uncompressed)04:57
megafaunaeck: that is toooooo obvious for a newb like me to think of!04:57
megafaunaeck Thanks!04:57
geniicp -a is good too04:57
cafuego_and rsync of course04:57
megafaunagenii: cp is great. It saved me l10 min ago from hell04:57
megafaunaThanks all04:58
geniimegafauna Glad yer getting comfortable on the commandline :)04:58
cafuego_or tar cj --rsh-command=/usr/bin/ssh -f user@remotehost:somefile.tar.bz2 /path/to/dir04:58
Veinorit saved me from having to open a file in hex and look up all the ascii codes for each of those weird characters so I could type them into another file!04:58
eckcafuego_: now you're just showing off :-)04:58
VeinorTHAT would've been hell.04:58
geniieck LOL04:58
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cafuego_eck: yeah, sorry...04:59
famieck: is opera in that repo too?04:59
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IcemanV9fami: apt-cache search opera04:59
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ecki think opera provides their own packages, i'm not really sure04:59
bruenigI don't believe opera is in any of the repos04:59
bruenigyou can get a deb from their site though04:59
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famibruenig: its on site05:00
eckopera isn't really free in any sense, and i don't think they let you redistribute it05:00
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spinexorzcan someone perhaps help me out really quick? is it possible to create separate groups for two NIC's for the purpose of assigning a specific NIC to a user in a system with multiple NIC's05:00
kalorin!last mojo05:00
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about last mojo - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:00
famibruenig: have offical support for ubuntu LTS05:00
VeinorI have a question: I know that RAM is faster than HD, so I tried to send my backups to /dev/kmem, but my computer crashed. Why?05:00
eckwell i guess it's free as in beer05:00
bruenigfami, what are you going on about05:00
kalorinveinor, um... perhaps you've got more to back up than you have ram?05:00
Veinor(by the way, that was a joke)05:01
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bimberiOpera is in {dapper|edgy}-commercial05:01
kalorinVeinor, never can tell here man05:01
famibruenig: if it is in repo, i can to update easy...05:01
IcemanV9yikes! apt-cache search opera shows 840 apps! jeez!05:01
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bwlangsponexorz: no, you can't assign a nic to a user05:01
bruenigfami, what language do you speak05:01
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bruenigwell you know the package would be called opera05:01
bwlangsponexorz: if you really want to do that consider using virtual machines05:01
ramza3jrib, hmm, but I am still looking for libmysql05:01
bruenigso just do apt-cache show opera05:01
VeinorI'm used to chatting with people that're more experienced with the subject matter05:02
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VeinorI'm guessing they have?05:02
spinexorzyou bet05:02
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spinexorzis it possible to create separate groups for two NIC's for the purpose of assigning a specific NIC to a user in a system with multiple NIC's?05:03
rik_bruenig: I've followed the suggested website several pages deep and am still somewhat confused as to what I need to do. Can you, or someone, please instruct what lines can be appended to /etc/apt/sources.list that will enable the package manager to retrieve win32codecs?05:03
VeinorI still use Office 2003 on his windows part, but that's just because I have a spare license for it and it is actually better than OO.05:04
OldGeezerspinexorz- no its not05:04
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spinexorzrik_ try automatix205:04
famibruenig: ok.. what with language?05:04
spinexorzis there any way to assign a NIC to a user?05:04
VeinorWhere can I get a copy of Vista for Linux?05:04
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bruenigfami, do you speak anything other than english05:05
fetcherspinexorz: running two separate virtual machine environments could do that, but that's quite a job to set up05:05
jribramza3: does that workramza3: well afaik (be forewarned I never worked with mysql in C), libmysqlclient15off is what you want for the regular mysql library, but if you want to abstract it you can use libdbd-mysql05:05
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OldGeezerhardware is not assignable except in a VMenvironment05:05
famibruenig: yes, ubuntu is for many language05:05
Veinorn31 have ne ubuntu serialz? lololol. OK, now I have to wash my hands for doing that.05:05
rik_spinexorz: I'd prefer to work with what I understand, ed and a terminal screen, and use the package manager.05:05
ramza3jrib, let me write  a simple C example and get back to you05:05
bruenigfami, what language do you speak05:06
spinexorzautomatix is literaly a wizard, you dont need to understand it, you allready know05:06
fetcherspinexorz: what are you looking to do?  Some iproute2 rules could possibly come close, especially if you can convince certain applications to bind to particular IP addresses on the multi-homed box05:06
rmbelldoes anyone have a good guide to getting a server going with rails?05:06
IcemanV9rik_: wget -c http://www.debian-multimedia.org/pool/main/w/w32codecs/w32codecs_20061022-0.0_i386.deb , THEN sudo dpkg -i w32codecs_20061022-0.0_i386.deb05:06
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famibruenig: english?05:06
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spinexorzim just looking to have two users each with a respective NIC05:07
OldGeezererrr I think the IP stacks would have a fit trying to figure out which IP to use05:07
bruenigdang iceman beat me to it05:07
rik_IcemanV9: I'll give that a try, and thanks.05:07
bruenigI was typing that out05:07
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bruenigfami, oh, you don't do so very well, I assumed perhaps it was a second language, and there are other channels with different languages05:07
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IcemanV9:D (better than automatix2 stuff ;)05:08
bruenigexcept I was going to && it05:08
Dr_willisack.. AUtomatix.. hurts ussssss..... my precious....05:08
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fetcherspinexorz: iproute & iptables rules can do things like routing traffic differently based on port number (I do this at home to split traffic across DSL & cable)... still difficult to set up, but less so than VM environments probably05:08
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fooAudacity says: "There was an error initializing the audio i/o layer. You will not be able to play or record audio. Error: Host error." - Any ideas? Other audio works fine.05:08
bwlangspinexorz: i've already told you , you can't assign users to nics.... maybe you want something like a traffic control script to sessions each get their fair share?05:08
eckspinexorz: that is not really how network works, you'd have to have some sort of support in the kernel to do that and afaik it does not exist05:09
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kalorinspinexorz, you could potentially do traffic shaping for protocols05:09
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IcemanV9bruenig: ha. yea, i just simpified it and send him to the happy land (able to watch video from apple.com or wherever)05:09
kalorinbut that's about all you can do like that05:09
ecki'm not really even sure what use case that would be good for05:09
sigger_how do I turn on the ssh server in ubuntu desktop?05:09
gnat_xa while back i compiled a couple things from source, that were in the apt repositories. anyway, since i don't have much experience with non apt managed packages, i just wanted som advice on removing them. can i just blow away the dir that they are installed in?05:09
ecksigger_: just get the openssh-server package05:09
ecki think it will start itself up05:09
sigger_ah, thanks eck05:10
gnat_xumm i mean, were not in the apt repositories05:10
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tombowwhat are the possible prefixes for scripts (or links to scripts) in /etc/rc2.d?05:10
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eckgnat_x: it sort of depends what prefix you installed them to05:10
eckgnat_x: if you have the directories you compiled in you can probably make uninstall05:10
gnat_xeck: ok, cool. i05:11
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gnat_xwill try that05:11
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brueniggnat_x, you can just delete all the files that it installed05:11
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gnat_xbruenig: i'll try that failing a make uninstall.05:11
famibruenig: oh yes, have you any sugguestion to improve english skill?05:11
eckif you installed to /usr it might be kind of hard to find all the files it installed05:11
crazy_busI installed edubuntu on a friends computer.  However while the resolution is meant to be 1280x it only displays 800x600 and wont go higher.  How do I fix this?05:11
bruenigfami, I mean you aren't bad, its just that ubuntu has a channel for nearly every language, so it would probably be easier for you to go to those channels05:12
sigger_eck: bingo.  thanks.05:12
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tombowwhat are the possible prefixes for scripts (or links to scripts) in /etc/rc2.d?05:12
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rik_IcemanV9 & bruenig: Slow connection here in Thailand, so it's showing an ETA of 48+ minutes, but working.05:13
kalorinS and K I think05:13
spinexorzthx to all that replied05:13
kalorintombow, S and K05:13
kalorinS for start, K for kill05:13
gnat_xeck: great that look like it worked, thanks for answering my stupid questions.05:13
eckhaha, no problem05:13
kalorinI live for stupid questions05:13
famibruenig: thanks for that info.05:13
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tombowkalorin, only 2? i've seen others in other distros iirc05:14
fami:) got flash + opera works05:14
kalorinthose are the ones that I've seen05:14
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IcemanV9rik_: ah. it's only 14M file. :/05:14
kalorinrc2.d is run level 2 obviously05:14
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kalorinit's going to either start it or stop it05:14
gnat_xyeah, i've been using linux for a while, just never stepped out of managed packages much05:14
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kalorinthey're just symlinks to /etc/init.d05:14
kalorinand the script after the K##<name>05:14
eckgnat_x: next time prefix the packages to /usr/local and make things easy on yourself05:14
spinexorzim guessing that the things you can do with multiple NIC's are very limited05:14
kalorinor S##<name>05:14
sammyFcan anybody tell me in which directory xorg looks for drivers? I seem to have installed the new ATI drivers alright, but apparently they are not called fglrx (probably fglrx-something)05:15
eckusually with ./configure --prefix=/usr/local05:15
kalorinspinexorz, you could just alias your nick and do it all with 1 :)05:15
gnat_xeck: i did in fact to that. in which case i could've rm -rf'd em?05:15
bruenigit generally prefixes to /usr/local anyways05:15
eckgnat_x: yeah, if that's the only thing you have in there05:15
kalorinsammyF, kernel drivers or others?05:15
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kalorinkernel drivers are going to be in /lib/kernel or something such05:15
rik_IcemanV9: I'm on a satellite and the Gov is fighting over who should own it now, Thailand or Singapore.05:15
eckbruenig: you never know :-)05:15
kalorindo a dpkg -l *fglrx*05:15
sammyFkalorin, If I only knew ;)05:16
kaloringet the package name then ask the package for it's contents05:16
kalorinrik_, I ove thailand05:16
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sammyFkalorin, I have the package here on my desktop05:16
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eckrik_: they don't know whose satellite it is???05:16
kalorinrik_, they've got more famous hookers :)05:16
kalorinsammyF, just ask it with dpkg05:17
rik_eck: Thaksin, the deposed PM sold it to Singapore.05:17
sammyFkalorin, could it be fglrx_drv.so ?05:17
spinexorzkalorin i think that doesnt apply to my case, i need two users two nic's but it cant be done05:17
kalorinsammyF, very well could be05:18
rik_kalorin: The hookers are far from me, I'm about 2 clicks from Laos.05:18
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sammyFkalorin,  well ..I'll try that. THanks ..05:18
ecki say whoever has the ssh key (or whatever they use) owns it05:19
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ecki could totally run a country05:19
spinexorzi understand it is possible to setup asingle system with 2 displays and 2 sets of mouse and keyboard, isnt that the same as assigning something like a NIC05:19
kalorinrunning xubuntu with a vmware instance running XP running photoshop05:19
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kalorin259megs of ram used05:19
kalorin14megs of swap05:19
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kalorinediting wedding photos :)05:19
CrescendoI need to sort my entire MP3 collection by directory, some items of which have bad tags, or none at all. What is my best option?05:20
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kalorinI love "teh Lunix!"05:20
spinexorzi even read somewhere that you could assign a soundcard05:20
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Dr_willisspinexorz,  i imagine its doable.. but may take some work.05:20
IcemanV9sammyF: what are you trying to do? xorg.conf will find it and displays X with fglrx driver. (fglrxinfo will give details)05:20
kalorinspinexorz, you're talking about Xwindows05:20
MadpilotCrescendo, EasyTag is a good tag editor; it has mass-editing options to tweak whole batches of files at once, which will help if you've got a mess to sort out05:20
spinexorzit was a nblog article about making a internet cafe on the cheap05:20
Dr_willisspinexorz,  easier to just get a 2nd  cheap pc and have it work as a 'x terminal'05:20
eckspinexorz: that is different, that has the cooperation of the X server05:20
kalorinand more specifically running 2 clients05:20
CrescendoMadpilot, thanks a bunch. :)05:21
kalorinnics aren't liek that05:21
mmdf_xpalguem me ajuda , tem um amigo que ta sem adsl ele tem o modem : PCTel micro modem sera que e dificil instala?05:21
ubotuSi busca ayuda en Espaol por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, all obtendr mas ayuda.05:21
eckspinexorz: it is possible to write a program to use a specific interface, but you need to explicitly code that in to your application05:21
spinexorzthanks a bunch05:21
spinexorzim out05:21
CrescendoMy #1 fear, Madpilot - is when I go to rename the files, if a file has tags, but they're wrong, it'll erase the possibility of nabbing the correct tag info from the filename. =(05:21
rik_IcemanV9: Getting about 3 KB/s and 12 MB to go with an ETA near an hour, so I'll let it run and do something on another system until it finishes.05:21
lxusersomebody know how can I add a wm (windows manager to gdm), have already compiled kde with construct and I would like to load it from gdm05:21
kalorinmaybe I watch BSG while I'm working on these photos :)05:22
MadpilotCrescendo, edit the tag first, then rename - EasyTag can do the file renaming too05:22
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IcemanV9rik_: you'll be fine once you installed it :D05:22
Flannellxuser: why did you compile it?  It's in the repositories05:22
Flannellxuser: and, the one from the repositories, adds an entry to GDM05:22
CrescendoMadpilot, yep, that's what I'm talking about - but I'm afraid of doing a full recursive rename, because I have no idea what files are tagged wrong. :(05:22
michael_the_choiwould anyone know why the panel NetworkManager Applet would be goofing up my wireless?05:22
MadpilotCrescendo, ah... messy. You might be reduced to checking the tags & name of each individual MP3 file, which is no fun...05:23
eckmichael_the_choi: it does that sometimes05:23
eckwhat is it doing?05:23
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lxuserI know but what to test it from source just to see how it works, anyway It is installed in my home dir soo no problem with messing up things right05:24
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CrescendoMadpilot, maybe a backup is in order?05:24
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MadpilotCrescendo, if you've got the space, it might not be a bad idea.05:24
IneedHelpim desperate for help05:24
michael_the_choieck- it won't let me connect. ;-) It sees my modem, but the icon spins and then it gives up.  I asked a linux friend of mine (who, however, doesn't use ubuntu), and he said the config files were right, and to reboot and just try it- and it worked, but the panel applet says there's no connection, and evidently, as soon as I click it, it wipes the information.05:24
famiI have some TTFs font, could i add them to ubuntu LTS?05:24
CrescendoIt might be tight, I'll check.  Thanks for your help, Madpilot.05:24
Madpilotubotu, ask | IneedHelp05:24
ubotuIneedHelp: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)05:24
Madpilotfami, yes05:24
Madpilotubotu, fonts | fami05:25
ubotufami: 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 !MPlayer05:25
eckmichael_the_choi: see if you can get it going with dhclient (I am assuming you are using dhcp)05:25
famiMadpilot: one click?05:25
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IneedHelpwell, my xp wont load on my other computer, ubuntu isnt even loaded on my system, yet i cannot boot to my xp05:25
michael_the_choieck- it's going now.05:25
ScreaminIkeso... i had this app built into my windows install to access my ext3 partitions. and it works. mostly. except ubuntu handles filenames that include colons. win32 does not. and i'm pretty sure that win32 just hosed the whole part. can i get some help recovering it? it thinks it's clean, but it can't access anything...05:25
Madpilotfami, not quite one click, but no more steps than adding fonts to XP requires. Have a look at the URL the bot just gave you05:25
michael_the_choiBecause I haven't clicked the applet. ;-)05:25
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IneedHelpi tried to disable and run on integrated graphics because i have an ATI car, well after i did that. XP wont work05:26
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IcemanV9fami: it is in repo, too. - sudo aptitude install msttcorefonts05:26
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michael_the_choiBut I don't understand all the secret inner workings, and would like to know that if I go to Panera, I can join their network too, and stuff.05:26
IneedHelpI hear XP boot. I hear that opening tune. However, i cant see anything05:26
IneedHelpI just see a black screen05:27
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eckmichael_the_choi: i say just cross your fingers when the next version comes out. there used to be a wireless AP that I just could not connect to with NM, but I had absolutely no issues with iwconfig and dhclient05:27
rikcWould anyone mind helping me upgrade Amarok and install MP3 support?  I've tried several guides, and I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong but I cannot get this to work.05:27
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ecki think what happens is sometimes NM gets into a mode where it keeps trying to reconnect before it finishes the handshake05:27
IneedHelpI know that it booted but there is only a black screen with no signal05:27
michael_the_choiOk, I'll just leave it alone for now.  Is that something that it'll automatically check for updates on?05:27
workbeehi all, am having a wired networking issue. It connects but then as soon as it tries to transmit data the connection drops and then reconnects, happening every time. Any ideas how I can troubleshoot this?05:27
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cypreneg 987005:28
famiMadpilot: wish to have a tool that browse to the dir that included fonts then install05:28
IcemanV9IneedHelp: can you Ctrl+Alt+F1 ? were you able to see console login??05:28
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famiIcemanV9: its not mstfffont05:29
IneedHelponce XP loaded and the opening tune was played, there was no signal05:29
IneedHelpi checked all my plugs and connections05:29
Madpilotfami, there isn't really a tool like that AFAIK05:29
Kewlbbasic question.. not really ubuntu related and probably a dumb question... can you run a 32 bit OS if you have a 64 bit proccessor?05:29
MadpilotKewlb, yes05:29
IneedHelpi know that my monitor is fine because i saw the POST screen for my mobo and the loading screen for xp with the bar bouncing back and forth05:30
IcemanV9oh! you cannot do Ctrl+Alt+F1 in XP.05:30
Kewlbk, tkz.05:30
tombowis there a way to remove drm from wmv's?05:30
eckworkbee: i would turn off ipv6 (and maybe tcp window scaling) and see if that fixes anything... if you are really feeling ambitious you can open up wireshark and see what is happening when the connection drops05:30
tombowin linux05:30
famiMadpilot: ubuntu would have?05:30
IcemanV9fami: ok.05:30
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russel1tombow: not really05:30
IneedHelpi cant see anything05:30
Madpilotfami, no, Ubuntu doesn't have a tool like that as far as I know. It's easy to install/uninstall fonts, though.05:30
rikcwell, thanks anyway.05:30
IneedHelpi really need help because i have a thesis paper to wrie and my rough draft was on my other computer05:31
russel1as far as I know you have to open the .wmv in media player and use one of the programs that somehow decrypts it from there (steals the key from media player I think)05:31
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russel1you could run XP in a virtual machine though05:31
famiMadpilot: ok. many people (include me) likes that05:31
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workbeeeck: looking at the syslog I do see a message saying that no IPv6 routers are present. How do i go about turning off ipv6?05:31
ubotuTo disable ipv6 read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WebBrowsingSlowIPv6IPv405:31
workbeethanks :)05:32
eckIneedHelp: it could be that your video card died05:32
IneedHelpwell shit05:32
IneedHelphow can i be sure?05:32
famiMadpilot: its easy ;)05:33
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IneedHelphow can i tell if my card is dead?05:33
eckIneedHelp: can you see anything when you start the computer? like when it posts?05:34
ecksee if you can boot into single user mode05:34
eckit's the recovery option in grub05:34
IneedHelpI can see everything normal except the blue xp screen that says like "welcom"05:34
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eckprobably you got lucky and the basic functionality of the video card still works, but whatever components the accelerated video driver tries to use have failed05:36
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IcemanV9IneedHelp: try xp in safe mode05:36
IneedHelphow can i be sure?05:36
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eckwell if it works with the linux vesa driver and whatever safe mode uses, but not with your normal desktop, you'll be pretty sure05:37
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IneedHelpthats the problem05:37
IneedHelpi cannot even get the livecd to work05:37
rikcAnyone at all able to help me upgrade amarok and set up mp3 support?  I've tried the official site, several different guides, Easyubuntu, I have no idea what I'm doing wrong.  Anyone?05:37
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reaspiredI trying to get mythtv to work, I made a user but home folder doesnt exist. sudo useradd mythtv05:38
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jrandolphi'm having trouble installing my ATI x800 graphics card... can anyone point me to some good resources?05:39
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IneedHelpwhen i tried to get ubuntu to work, i changed a setting in my BIOS to switch the initial monitor from PCI to PEB. then when that didnt work i changed it back, then i got my problem05:39
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ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto05:39
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eckreaspired: then create the home directory05:39
jrandolphthanks ubotu, i hope it works05:39
ecki think it will be created if you just try to su to the account05:39
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rikcHell, even a link to an FAQ I may not have tried would be appreciated.  Just something?05:40
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arrowanyone in here play widelands?05:40
Hmmmmguys, what time does the daily cron run?05:40
Sonic_13if i want to set up a home server where I can save and access files, would it better to setup and FTP or NFS server?05:40
CarpeDevening fellas :)05:40
reaspiredeck, it doesn't create a home folder, I set its group as a same as main account, as it says in a guide.05:41
eckSonic_13: nfs is better for a lan05:41
jrandolphcapreD, that's kind of presumptions of you... what if there aren't guys here...05:41
jrandolphaww who am i kidding05:41
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CarpeDfellas could mean guys and gals...i would hope05:41
Sonic_13what if I wanted both lan and wan?05:41
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arrowSonic_13: my roomie keeps talking about a NAS server, networked attached storage, you might want to check it out05:41
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rikcGreat, guess I'm still on my own.  thanks anyway.05:41
billySo is GnomeSword2 simple not installable on Edgy?05:42
eckreaspired: i think you need to pass a special option to create the homedirectory with useradd, if it doesn't exist you should just create it yourself05:42
russel1does anyone here go to Oregon State University?05:42
russel1and/or have experience with their network?05:42
CarpeDis there a way to use acronis iso image to restore a dual boot ubuntu install?05:42
lance_Hi everyone, I just upgrade my computer a few days ago. My older one was an 800mhz athlon with 256mb of memory running Dapper, it worked fairly well... My new system is a P4 2ghz with also 256mb of memory running edgy.. The problem is my new system is crawling, its running at less than 1/3 of the speed of the older system and is nearly 500mb in swap.05:42
dannycI am trying to install vmware on ubuntu server and am getting an error suring installationa bout the time being in the future, I am assuming this is from the DST updates. does anyone know how to update the time for the new DST in ubuntu server?05:42
CarpeDand not get the grub error 2205:42
eckarrow, Sonic_13: that is bascially just a fancy way of using nfs :-)05:42
OldGeezerSonic_13 if you get a NAS be sure and check the specs, some of the cheap ones only allow 5 concurrent connections at once05:43
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arroweck: my ignorance revealed05:43
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Sonic_13if I set up a NFS server can I access it from outside my LAN?05:43
russel1lance_: is it using all of the physical memory? what is the CPU doing?05:43
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eckSonic_13: well you can natively mount an nfs share, not so with ftp05:43
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lance_russel1, all the physical is being used up as well, the CPU usage is fine.05:43
detectiveinspekthow do I change the SPEED of the mouse?05:43
eckSonic_13: they're useful for different things05:43
detectiveinspektI seem to be working too hard05:43
OldGeezerSonic_13 you can use VPN to get to it05:43
russel1how much swap do you have?05:43
eckdetectiveinspekt: xset m a b05:43
eckreplace a and b with appropriate numbers05:44
lance_russel1, it's also a fresh install, just a couple of days ago.05:44
Dr_willisi dident think 'nfs' was considered safe to go out over the wild and nasty internet. :)05:44
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eckthe man page explains what they mean05:44
billyAny good Bible study apps in Edgy?05:44
PollywogDr_willis: correct05:44
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ardchoilledetectiveinspekt: Preferences -> Mouse  go to the Motion tab05:44
Dr_willis!find bible05:44
ubotuFound: bible-kjv, bible-kjv-text, bibledit, bibletime, bibletime-i18n05:44
Steve-OI'm new to computers.  I'm trying to watch a DVD on Ubuntu.  Am I at the right place?05:44
russel1lance_, how much swap do you have?05:44
ubotuFor playing DVD, see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html - "libdvdcss2" can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages05:44
OldGeezerSonic_13 VPN would be a better option for accessing a NFS or NAS device05:44
dragonriot!find ninan05:44
dannycDoes anyone know hot do do the new DST updates in Ubuntu Server 6.06?05:44
ubotuPackage/file ninan does not exist in edgy05:44
lance_russel1, approximately 700mb05:45
billyIf only you know, Dr_willis, how totally lame those programs are.05:45
Dr_willisbilly,  no idea.. not the sort of thing i really care about.. You asked.. i answered. :)05:45
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Sonic_13i would set up a VPN with my wireless router, right?05:45
VeinorI installed ubuntu, and now I can't boot to my windows partitin.05:45
billyDr_willis.  No, ubotu answered.  Thanks though.05:45
russel1lance_ have you messed with your graphics driver?05:45
ardchoilleSteve-O: Watching a DVD?05:45
eckdannyc: the timezone files were updated to reflect the changes some time ago05:46
dragonriotanyone here running ninan??  www.ninan.org if you don't know what it is... no matter what I do, or how I do it, I can't get that thing to run...05:46
con-man!botabuse | ubotu05:46
ubotuubotu: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (see also !Bot). Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops...05:46
arrowSteve-O: use VLC05:46
Dr_willisbilly,  but who told the bot to answer you. :)05:46
lance_russel1, So my new system runngin edgy is using up all of the 256mb of physical memory, plus nearly 500mb of swap. Needless to say, its crawling like a baby, switching between two open windows takes minutes at some times.05:46
shane634dannyc, mine is working great with no need to change the time05:46
lance_russel1, no.05:46
Sonic_13so if I set up my ubuntu computer for NFS and then use a VPN for outside access, would that be ok / secure?05:46
OldGeezerSonic_13 VPN would be setup in the router for passthrough, yes but remember its for WAN access of the network05:46
lance_russel1, its running the standard i810 intel driver05:47
naknomikSamba 3.0 server, Vista Ultimate client don't play well. Can't see directory listing from Vista if I use UNC (\\server\share\directory etc.), if I map the share as drive I can see the files but most apps fail to load those files unless I manually copy them to local disk. Has anybody encountered this problem?05:47
Steve-OIt worked using totem05:47
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about wmp - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:47
russel1hmmm..... thats really strange, I have a system about like that (athlon xp 1700+, 256mb of RAM) and its fairly snappy05:47
naknomikhere is my samba config: http://pastebin.ca/39413205:47
Steve-Oshould i do something better?05:47
VeinorWhen I boot into Vista, it just displays the loading (the scrolling green procress bar) for a while.05:47
russel1try the forums (www.ubuntuforums.org)05:47
VeinorMaybe it's actually loading, but I don't think so. It usually takes a lot less time.05:47
mistonenaknomik: thats retarded that vista doesn't follow same standards as XP05:47
arrowSteve-O: I like totem also, did you have a question?05:47
shane634vista is bad05:47
ecklance_: you should use top or ps to see what is hogging all the ram05:47
dragonriotvista sucks05:47
VeinorAny idea WTF is going on?05:47
mistoneI tried vista05:47
mistonethen I went back to ubuntu05:47
mistoneits horrible05:48
Steve-ONo, but this is the first good news I had since using linux05:48
VeinorAnd can someone please offer me some more advice than "vista sucks?"05:48
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arrowI got a bad vista no littering picture on my Myspace05:48
mistoneuninstall it05:48
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VeinorI already know that.05:48
ubotuThe X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type  sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart  in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto05:48
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lance_eck, tried that, what should i look at? virtual? resident, or shared memory?05:48
shane634Veinor, sorry i can't05:48
mistoneuse XP05:48
mistoneits decent05:48
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dannyceck: I am getting :Extracting the sources of the vmmon module.05:48
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dannyctar: vmmon-only/linux/driver.h: time stamp 2007-02-04 23:24:45 is 34566265 s in the future05:48
arrowSteve-O: I switched over 6 months ago and love, I can't find a irc to help me with windows problems05:48
VeinorAdvice on how to fix the boot, something that doesn't involve losing all that data.05:48
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Sonic_13is there a help page that could guide me on accessing the NFS server from a Windows XP machine?05:49
ecki think resident, or else you can just take the easy way out and look at the memory percentage (in top)05:49
jesusphreakhow do I get ubuntu to boot up when I am turning on my Macbook (from the Live CD)?05:49
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mistonehow do I format a microSD card?05:49
Dr_willisjesusphreak,  i think you hold down the C key05:49
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mistonewith 64k allocation05:49
jesusphreakis that shift-c or just 'c'?05:49
Steve-ODoes anybody know why my desktop icons are disappearing?  Does this sound familiar?  I've been having this problema dn the only way to resolve it is by rebooting.05:49
Pollywogyou mean 64MB?05:50
Pollywognever seen a 64Kb one05:50
Dr_willisSteve-O,  which icons? all of them ? or just some?05:50
mistoneFat16 64k allocation05:50
mistonethats what I meant05:50
Steve-Oall of them05:50
mistoneits for a gig stick05:50
ardchoilleSteve-O: The desktop icons are managed by nautilus. If nautilus dies, the desktop icons will go away. Do you also lose your desktop right click menu?05:50
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Steve-OI don't know.  It sometimes happens when I'm right-clicking an icon and click on Properties in the context menu.  Then it freezes.  Just the menu and my icons disappear05:51
Steve-Ohow would I know if Nautilus died?05:52
Dr_willisif the icons and right click meny vanish. :)05:52
ardchoilleSteve-O: When that happens, just restart nautilus and see if that helps.05:52
Steve-OHOw do I do that?05:52
ardchoilleSteve-O: Applications -> Accessories -> File Browser05:53
famitoo great05:53
Flanneldannyc: is your hardware clock set correctly?05:53
ardchoilleSteve-O: Are you using Feisty?05:53
Steve-OI don't have File Browser under Accessories.05:53
Steve-OI'm using Edgy05:53
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lance_eck, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10315/  is the top 6 memory usage processes from top05:53
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jeismahow do i find where my linux source directory is located?05:53
Sonic_13anyone have a link to a help page / guide for setting up NFS?05:54
ardchoilleSteve-O: Well, you can run nautilus from a terminal or make a panel launcher for it05:54
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famiubuntu LTS works great05:54
Steve-OI'm not sure what to type in the terminal05:54
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Pollywogjeisma did you look in /usr/src/linux?05:54
tombowi just installed LTS server on 5 servers at work05:54
famimy desktop is cool now :)05:54
ardchoilleSonic_13: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpNFSHowTo05:54
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b00gzSonic_13: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpNFSHowTo05:54
b00gzardchoille beat me to it05:54
jeismaPollywog im installing a wireless network adaptor wpc11 ver3, and one of the questions was if that path was the linux source directory to just hit enter05:54
jeismaotherwise enter the path05:55
jeismai hit enter, and it indicated that that wasn't it i guess05:55
ardchoilleSteve-O: Just type nautilus in the terminal05:55
jeismaany way to find where my linux source directory is?05:55
Pollywogjeisma: have you installed the kernel sources?05:55
arrowSteve-O: try nautilus05:55
jeismaPollywog i'm guessing now, how do i go about doing that?05:55
Steve-OThat's awesome05:55
tombowjeisma: usually /usr/src/linux or /usr/src/linux-*05:55
Sonic_13it says "E: Couldn't find package nfs-kerner-server"05:56
Steve-OSo it opened up the root file, I suppose.05:56
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Pollywogjeisma: the 'uname -a' command will tell you which kernel headers and sources you need to install05:56
jimd3299Hi there, If I can ask a noob question.  It appears that there are more applications installed in the default than are listed in the menus e.g. Bittorrent.  How can I make menu items of software that is already on my new ubuntu system?  I'm aware of Add/Remove and Synaptic, just curious about "what I've already got"05:56
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ardchoillejimd3299: Right click the menu, choose Edit Menu, and then check the ones you want to appear05:57
Steve-OSo I should restart it?  How is that?05:57
jeismaPollywog i got this:  #1 PREEMPT Tue May 23 13:49:40 UTC 2006 i686 GNU/Linux05:57
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dannycDoes anyone know why I recieve this message on a fresh isntall of Ubuntu Server 6.06? tar: vmware-mui-distrib/mui/src/lib: time stamp 2007-02-05 00:18:29 is 34568906 s in the future05:58
Akuma_my networking interface died - a get the bug report tool every time i try to open it, and i have no working internet connection. can anyone help?05:58
ardchoilleSteve-O: Open a terminal, type nautilus, press the Enter key05:58
jeismawhere do i download whatever that means?05:58
Sonic_13is it difficult to install apache to host a web page on lan?05:58
b00gzSonic_13: very easy05:58
ardchoilleSonic_13: No05:58
Steve-OI did that and it apparently opened up my root folder05:58
Pollywogthat is all it says?05:58
jimd3299ardchoille: so there aren't any "more" than those lurking on my HD?  I see Bittorrent but I guess I figured there was stuff that wasn't listed in the menu/edit...05:58
ardchoilleSteve-O: Are you logged in as root?05:58
Pollywoguname -a05:58
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b00gzSonic_13: check out this site http://www.howtoforge.com05:59
shane634Akuma_, wired or wireless?05:59
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ardchoillejimd3299: The items in the menus are parsed from the items in /usr/share/applications05:59
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jeismaPollywog this came before it: 2.6.15-23-38605:59
ctrl_xcan any one tell me can i install win98Se over ubuntu, i have total 40 Gb of HDD05:59
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Pollywogjeisma that is what you need, that part you just posted05:59
Steve-OActually i am and I don't know why, but a buddy of mine who installed the OS has told me that I can only use the root until he does something with it.05:59
Steve-OIs this a problem?05:59
jeismaPollywog so how do I go about installing the kernel source or whatever?05:59
Akuma_shane634:  wireless. i'm connected to the lan though, i just dont get any internet connection (3 other computers on the lan are).05:59
shane634jeisma, you should put windows on first then ubuntu05:59
ardchoillejeisma: Which Ubuntu are you using?05:59
Steve-OI have no idea what root even means05:59
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kaushalwhen i try to install stunnel4_4.090-1_i386.deb06:00
kaushalI get06:00
jeismashane534 i have windows on here, my network adaptors aren't working06:00
Sonic_13thanks for that link06:00
jeismaardchoille the most recent one i'm guessing06:00
kaushal*** glibc detected *** free(): invalid pointer: 0xf7fb6154 ***06:00
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shane634Akuma_, which card is it?06:00
kaushal/var/lib/dpkg/info/stunnel4.postinst: line 45: 31360 Aborted                 $ADDUSER --system --disabled-password --disabled-login --home /var/run/stunnel4 --no-create-home --group $USER06:00
shane634jeisma, same what card?06:00
Akuma_shane634:  my biggest concern though is that when i try to open the graphical interface (System -> Administration -> Networking) i get the bug report tool06:00
jeismashane634 i was trying to use wpc54g or whatever that one is and now im using wpc1106:01
b00gzSteve-O: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superuser06:01
shane634Akuma_,  we may be able to fix that06:01
Pollywogjeisma 'apt-get install linux-kernel-source-2.6.15-23-386'06:01
ardchoillejeisma: If yo have kernel 2.6.15-23-386, then you either are using an older Ubuntu release or you really need to update.06:01
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ctrl_xany one here tell me06:02
ardchoillejeisma: The current kernel on Ubuntu Dapper is 2.6.15-28-38606:02
jeismaardchoille thanks for that i'll update first06:02
ctrl_xcan i install win98 over ubuntu06:02
jeismaardchoille so do i just need to do software updates, andthat'll upgrade it?06:02
Akuma_shane634:  that'd be great - cause right now i'm contemplating reinstalling everything, and i'd rather avoid that..06:02
shane634ctrl_x, it is recommended to install windows first06:02
Pollywogjeisma are you installing a dual boot system?06:02
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Steve-OI've read that page and all other Wikipedia pages about computers and nothing sinks in.  I should have a PhD in Wikipedia by nmow.06:02
Gabzctrl_x: the problem is none here wants you to isntall windows :P06:02
ardchoillejeisma: I would suggest updating everything before installing software, unless you have a good reason not to06:03
jeismaPollywog Well, I already have the dual boot system.06:03
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jeismaPollywog after updates, should i go about doing the same thing and replace the numbers into the apt-get install06:03
Pollywogjeisma: k then I don't have to tell you to install Windows first and then Linux :)06:03
ctrl_xSo you guys means i have to install window first right06:03
jeismaPollywog ha yeah, already done06:03
Pollywogctrl_x: yes06:03
ardchoilleSteve-O: If you are using the root account because your buddy told you to always use it, then you really need a new buddy ;)06:03
Gabzctrl_x: do you want to dual boot ?06:03
Sonic_13does apache have to be installed with php?06:03
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Steve-OI know nothing about this stuff.06:04
jeismaardchoille does doing software updates, update the ubuntu system to dapper?06:04
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holeis there anyone here who knows how to make windows programs under wine recognize the cdrom?06:04
ctrl_xGabz, yes dual Boot06:04
ardchoilleSonic_13: It doesn't have to be, no, but you will need it if you are planning to serve php scripts.06:04
Steve-OWhat is wrong with that?  He told me just until he configures it or something.06:04
Sonic_13i'm not planning on doing that06:04
shane634ctrl_x, yes06:04
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ardchoillejeisma: No, software updates simply updates the software in your current release06:04
jeismaardchoille ok so how do i update my ubuntu?06:05
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shane634Akuma_, hit me up on yahoo at shane634 we will see what we can do06:05
Sonic_13just basic html pages06:05
Steve-OHe told me that I'm not supposed to do this, but he told me that it's the only way to do it until it's finished.06:05
ardchoillejeisma: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade06:05
bwlangSteve-O: it's generally considerd very bad form to use the root account for anything but system administration06:05
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Akuma_shane634:  yahoo mail?06:05
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jeismaPollywog_ after i do a dist-upgrade, would i still need to install the kernel sources?06:06
shane634Akuma_, ymessenger06:06
kaushalI have pasted it here : http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10316/06:06
Sonic_13is it possible to accidentally install apache twice?06:06
ardchoilleSteve-O: The root account is disabled in Ubuntu, sounds like your buddy enabled it.. which is a bad idea to begin with.06:06
shane634Akuma_, if you have msn shane47143@hotmail.com06:06
Steve-OThat's probably why nothing's working right.06:06
ardchoilleSteve-O: Could be06:06
Akuma_shane634:  msn is better - i'll have to install game first06:06
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shane634Akuma_, this place is crazy busy lol06:06
Akuma_shane634:  *gaim06:07
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ardchoilleSonic_13: You'd have to go out of your way to do that.06:07
shane634Akuma_, no prob let me know when you are on06:07
Steve-OWhy in Sam Hll's name would he tell me to use it for the time being?  Why couldn't I use the non superuser?06:07
KlonoaCan Ubuntu be installed through a network?06:07
ardchoilleSteve-O: No offense, but maybe he doesn't quite know what he's doing?06:07
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Steve-OI can't wait to tell him that06:08
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KlonoaSay, if I install Ubuntu with one computer onto another through IEEE 1394, is that possible?06:08
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about nboot - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:08
Gabzctrl_x: did you leave space on your hard drive to install windows ?06:08
Sonic_13now how do I add files to the apache folder?06:09
OldGeezerKolonoa yes you can do network installs06:09
bwlangKlonoa: i don't know about 1394... but you could do it with a crossover ethernet cable06:09
ardchoilleSonic_13: Add them to /var/www06:09
ctrl_xGabz, No all 40 Gb dedicated to ubuntu06:09
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.06:09
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KlonoaHeh, do I have to install Ubuntu on the first computer? Or can I just use that one to install it on the target computer06:10
ardchoille!sudo > Steve-O06:10
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ardchoilleSteve-O: Read that :)06:10
Steve-Othe iso link?06:10
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ctrl_xGabz, what gparted for, will this one work06:10
ardchoilleSteve-O: The pm that ubotu sent you06:10
Steve-Oon the terminal?06:10
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ardchoilleSteve-O: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo06:11
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ctrl_xGabz, Do you have knowledge about Gparted06:11
bwlangKlonoa: you could just use it serve the files if you want to.06:11
bwlangKlonoa: do you not have a cd in the second computer?06:12
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rm_youIn gentoo I can find out what package a file belongs to by using "equery provides /some/file"... is there a way to do that with apt or some other tool?06:12
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OldGeezerKlonoa read this https://help.ubuntu.com/6.10/ubuntu/installation-guide/i386/index.html06:12
Sonic_13it says I do not have permission to add files to the /var/www folder...06:12
OldGeezerit includes everything for network installs06:12
Sonic_13how do i get permission?06:12
Gabzctrl_x: um not gparted06:12
ardchoilleSonic_13: You need to use sudo06:12
Sonic_13what command do i type to do that?06:13
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ardchoilleSonic_13: sudo cp file /var/www06:13
fizzmahonanyone know when 7.04 beta coming out?06:13
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ubuntumount imagen.mdf /path/mount_directory -o loop=/dev/loop006:14
ubuntuwhat that mean loop=/dev/loop006:14
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kaushalI was expecting an answer here06:15
ubuntui want to mount the mdf image and it give me sudo mount UNL-PCM2006.mdf STARCRAFT.part1 -o loop=mount: you must specify the filesystem type06:15
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)06:15
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ardchoillehuckster: That would be correct :)06:15
ubuntusomeone give fast reply06:15
Sonic_13i'm sorry, but how do i add files to the apache folder?06:16
Sonic_13i didn't get it the first time06:16
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ubuntusudo mount UNL-PCM2006.mdf STARCRAFT.part1 -o loop=mount: you must specify the filesystem type06:17
ubuntusomeone her06:17
beg1689how can i check how much free space i have on a drive?06:17
Pollywogbeg1689: df -h  ?06:17
ardchoilleubuntu: What type is it? CD?06:17
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ubuntuardchoille: it is mfd06:17
ubuntuardchoille: it is mdf06:17
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ubuntuardchoille: it is in mfd image06:18
ardchoilleubuntu: That doesn't tell me the file system type06:18
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ubuntuardchoille: what????06:18
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ubuntuardchoille: it is like iso but it is not.06:18
OldGeezerBeg1689 you can click on system, administration, system monitor file system tab06:18
ardchoilleubuntu: ext2? ext3? vfat? iso9660?06:18
Gabzctrl_x: basically you have to make a parting to install windows on06:18
ubuntuardchoille: ?????? that is like iso image06:18
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ardchoilleubuntu: try:  sudo mount -o loop -t iso9660 imagen.mdf /path/to/mountpoint06:19
ubuntuardchoille: can you tell me how to mount mdf image in cdrom06:19
ardchoilleubuntu: try:  sudo mount -o loop -t iso9660 imagen.mdf /path/to/mountpoint06:20
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ubuntumount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/loop0,06:21
ubuntu       missing codepage or other error06:21
ubuntu       In some cases useful info is found in syslog - try06:21
ubuntu       dmesg | tail  or so06:21
ardchoilleubuntu: Ok, you need to find out the file system type for that image06:21
ubuntuardchoille: ???? this mount imagen.mdf /path/mount_directory -o loop=/dev/loop0  yestarday work06:21
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ubuntuardchoille: this command mount imagen.mdf /path/mount_directory -o loop=/dev/loop0 was working yestarday06:21
tombowhm pirates of silicon valley is on google video06:21
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ardchoilleubuntu: Did you use sudo with it yesterday?06:22
ubuntuardchoille: yes06:22
ardchoilleubuntu: Are you using sudo now?06:22
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Sonic_13how do I add files to the apache folder?06:22
ardchoilleSonic_13: sudo cp files /var/www06:23
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ubuntuardchoille: yes06:23
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adjioevcan change /var/www to some other directory?06:23
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odixwhats the best way to repartition my hd? ntfs even..ubuntu live cd ?06:23
Sonic_13just sudo cp files /var/www ?06:23
ardchoilleadjioev: Yes, you can, that would be edited in /etc/apache2/apache2.conf I believe06:24
bwlangadjioev: yes, you must reconfigure apache to tell it where to look for your files though.06:24
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Klonoaodix: If you have windows, get Symantec Partition Magic 8.006:24
ardchoilleSonic_13: sudo cp name-of-file-here /var/www06:24
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ubuntuis like partition magic06:24
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jbwangparted is my friend06:24
odixfree software06:24
adjioevhow do you wisper? sorry for stupid question...06:24
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Klonoa/q *name*06:25
odixi tried all of them, they say i have to unmount my ntfs partition..which i do..and they give me errors about fixing ntfs volumes before attempting to partition06:25
Klonoa/notice *name*06:25
odixwill gparted does06:25
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bruenigadjioev, wisper?06:25
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rik_IcemanV9: OK, we've got the win32codecs installed, although it didn't help the problem we were told it would fix. Thanks for your help.06:26
bruenigrik_, what is the problem06:27
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el_ismaHello, I'm running out of HD space... But I haven't been installing or downloading anything. Where's my space going?06:28
bruenigel_isma, you must have been doing something06:28
odixit happens to me too06:28
el_ismaI just cleaned /var and ran apt-get clean06:29
el_ismaand still, only 400Mb left06:29
bwlangel_isma: you could have some runaway file putting stuff in /tmp06:29
KlonoaYou might have a virus of some sort06:29
bruenigel_isma, you can clean everything out of the apt cache06:29
KlonoaA trojan, perhaps?06:29
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bwlangel_isma: use the du -s command to help you find the culprit06:29
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OldGeezerel_isma check your system monitor see what is running06:29
bruenigoh I guess that is what clean does06:29
kaushalwhich i pasted http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/10316/06:30
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VeinorOK, for some reason I can't use gparted to resize my windows partition06:30
bruenigVeinor, is it mounted06:30
el_ismanope, tmp seems clean06:30
el_ismaand I can't spot any weird program running06:30
kalorindo you have the rootkit stuff installed?06:31
kalorinmight want to give that a run06:31
Veinorbruenig: How can I tell?06:31
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OldGeezerdid you check your swap file size?06:31
bruenigVeinor, um right click on the partition in gparted, does it give you the option to unmount06:31
el_ismaIt's set at 256Mb, fixed, since several months ago06:31
Veinorit's not mounted.06:31
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rik_bruenig: We've been trying to play some videos, and would like to use only VLC. So far some formats will play in VLC, some using Totem, and some not at all.06:32
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jeismai get this error: E: Could not open lock file /var/lib/dpkg/lock06:32
bruenigVeinor, why isn't it mounted, what use is it if it isn't mounted06:32
bruenigjeisma, close synaptic try again06:32
jeismaardchoille you still in here?06:32
VeinorI'm trying to re-install Ubuntu06:32
naliothjeisma: make sure you're not running more than one instance of a package manager06:32
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jeismabruenig its not open06:32
odixinstall all plugins for vlc06:32
ardchoillejeisma: Yes06:32
jeismai just restarted ubuntu06:32
odiximo vlc out does mplayer n e day06:32
jeismaardchoille i tried running dist-upgrade, and it didn't do anything06:32
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jeismaardchoille: i got 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 0 not upgraded.06:33
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VeinorOK, apparently it's because my windows partition is borked.06:33
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VeinorI can't even boot into it to fix it...06:33
ardchoillejeisma: lsb_release -a | grep Release06:33
VeinorI'm going to try the recovery partition options.06:34
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bruenigVeinor, format it06:34
jbwananyone running fluxbox on ubuntu regularly?06:34
jeismaNo LSB modules are available.06:34
jeismaRelease:        6.0606:34
ardchoillejeisma: uname -r06:35
t33can anyone help me with a bash problem?06:35
ubotufluxbox is a lightweight and responsive window manager for GNU/Linux. For how to set it up and more information see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Fluxbox06:35
bruenig!anyone | t3306:35
ubotut33: 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?06:35
jbwanbruenig: I know what it is :)06:35
ardchoillet33: It would help for us to know what kind of bash problem06:35
bruenigjbwan, right but maybe that link could answer your question06:35
Sonic_13how do I set up for NFS?06:35
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about nfsa - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:36
ubotunfs is the network file system. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpNFSHowTo for information on installing and configuring NFS.06:36
t33how do i execute one command and then another on one line?06:36
jbwanI'm wondering if I should be running Xubuntu or Ubuntu will work fine06:36
Sonic_13thanks ubotu06:36
jbwanand... if ya like how it runs06:36
ardchoillet33: problem with a bash script? Is bash not working? is it killing your dog?06:36
odixi got my slack up on a ntfs drive ;] 06:36
kalorinSonic_13, ubuntu is a bot dude06:36
ardchoillet33: command1 && command206:36
rik_t33: &&06:36
odixso let him thank the bot ;p06:36
odix!ubuntu Sonic_1306:36
kalorinscroll away06:36
bruenigt33, use can do command && other command which will execute the other command if the first one works or command ; other command which will execute the other command regardless of if the first command works06:36
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ubuntu sonic_13 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:36
bruenig!thanks | Sonic_1306:37
ubotuSonic_13: You're welcome! But keep in mind I'm just a bot ;-)06:37
jeismajeisma@jeisma-laptop:~$ uname -r06:37
odixwhatver ;p06:37
ardchoillejeisma: Now that's more like it :)06:37
odixquestion fof topic..do i need an mpg to create a vcd or can i use an xvid avi06:38
JoshooaHow do I get my 2nd hard drive blank and formatted to hdb and mounted on boot so I can use it again?06:38
ardchoillejeisma: That is a different kernel than the onw you said you were running ealier06:38
odixrun a partition util06:38
kalorinodix well you should be able to convert anything from 1 to the other06:38
odixand mount it manually ?06:38
ardchoillet33: You might wanna have a look at: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BasicCommands06:38
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kalorinnot sure though with regards to a vcd and what format the video is actually in06:38
KlonoaOk, I have 2 computers. One which has a dvd drive (I burned the dvd 6.10) and another computer which has neither a cd or dvd drive. I don't have any crossover ethernet cables but I do have a Firewire cable. Can I install Ubuntu on the second machine?06:38
odixor add a sh for startup to mount it06:38
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odixthanks kalor06:38
jeismaardchoille oh ok do you know how i install this kernel source?06:38
jeismaand fix my problem?06:38
Klonoa*Using the firewire cable06:39
ardchoillejeisma: No, I have never messed with kernel source06:39
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odixtake out the drive and put it in the other one ;p06:39
Klonoa:P That's not much of an option06:39
odixor run the ide cable to the other ?06:39
t33i'm trying to create a new session that can be logged into at the login screen. I want to load xterm (which is working) and then start wine with a game all without a window manager06:39
KlonoaIt's a laptop06:39
KlonoaIt doesn't have IDE06:39
t33can anyone help?06:39
KlonoaThe one with the dvd drive is a laptop anyway06:40
odixusb ?06:40
odixthat would be my best bet06:40
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Marupais there any sort of utility/script to run through a bunch of MP3s and weed out bad/corrupt ones?06:40
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KlonoaI don't have a usb cable like that :P06:41
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KlonoaI'm not asking for other options06:41
KlonoaI'm asking if I can install through firewire06:41
ardchoilleMarupa: What do you mean by "corrupt"?06:41
Klonoaor floppy06:41
Marupait's just crap instead of music.06:42
MarupaI know I have a few of them.06:42
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ubotuTo install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository. Enable the backports repository on Edgy to install sun-java6-jre06:42
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ardchoilleMarupa: You would need to have a app or script that can "listen" to the music and then you'd need to teach it what to listen for or what to flag on. I don't think anything like that exists.06:43
KlonoaSo, can it be done? *installing through a firewire IEE 1394 network*06:43
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Marupampg123 gives a lot of output when there's a corrupt file.06:43
MarupaI just don't want to have to go through all of my MP3s.  that'd take ages.06:43
bruenigI don't know there are some really intricate scripts that I have seen that open a file in mplayer and then from the determine things from it and do stuff with that06:43
bruenigfrom that*06:44
CrescendoHow can I collapse a hierarchy of folders, removing all subfolders, and taking just the contents and putting it in the main directory?06:44
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ardchoillebruenig: Really? Wow.. intelligent scripts.. who'da thunk06:44
Marupascript would be best, Crescendo.06:44
bruenigMarupa, if you can figure out some sort of pattern for what mpg123 spits out with the corrupt file, you could probably script it06:44
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CrescendoMarupa, where would I start?06:44
jeismaE: Could not open lock file /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (13 Permission denied)06:44
jeismaE: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), are you root?06:44
jeismaanyone know how to fix that?06:44
t33prefixit with sudo06:45
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KlonoaCan I install ubuntu through a firewire network?06:45
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bruenigjeisma, it looks like a synaptic or update manager thing06:46
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ardchoillejeisma: You need to run that with sudo06:47
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lisapcwhat program can I use un Edgy to burn DVD and ISO etc?06:47
rik_t33: the #bashchannel is very helpful, and there is a good BASH manual online you can find with google. I forget where it was but easily found.06:47
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brueniglisapc, growisofs06:47
lisapcbruenig, is that GUI?06:47
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brueniglisapc, of course not06:47
ardchoillelisapc: I use gnomebaker for that, but others seem to have good luck with graveman or k3b06:47
lisapcbruenig, hehe06:47
lisapcardchoille, ok ty06:47
rik_t33: should be a space between #bash and channel06:47
t33thanks rik06:47
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kalorinlisapc, I like k3b06:48
lisapcardchoille, foes gnombaker burn bootable ISO files?06:48
brueniggrowisofs -dvd-compat -Z /dev/whatever=file.iso06:48
ardchoillebruenig: lisapc likes gui stuff :)06:48
jeismajeisma@jeisma-laptop:~$ sudo apt-get install linux-kernel-source-2.6.15-28-38606:48
jeismaReading package lists... Done06:48
jeismaBuilding dependency tree... Done06:48
jeismaE: Couldn't find package linux-kernel-source-2.6.15-28-38606:48
jeismaanyone know?06:48
lisapci like gui :)06:48
ardchoillelisapc: Yes06:48
kalorink3b is gui06:48
binho_____infoalgum be um progrm bom de ca ste web como o front page no ubuntu.em portugus?06:48
kaloringive it a whirl06:48
kalorinmight be installed by default06:48
rik_t33: No problem, I'm continually needing help also.06:48
bruenigjeisma, I think it is just linux-source not linux-kernel-source06:48
KlonoaAlright then, how do I install Ubuntu onto a secondary hard drive (let's say it will be moved into it's own computer)06:49
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KlonoaWithout a cd, though :P06:49
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ardchoillebruenig: is linux source the same thing as linux headers?06:50
aedesI'm using ubuntu server with a raid 5, but booting off straight hd, for some reason when I upgraded the linux-image-server package the new kernel .20-10 won't boot, but the old .20-9 boots fine06:50
bruenigardchoille, no06:50
aedeshas anyone had this problem?06:50
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bruenigyou have linux-source and linux-headers with the -uname -r hanging off the end of course06:50
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ardchoillejeisma: I think linux-source-2.6.15 is what you want if you're looking for linux source06:51
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jeismaarchoidille E: Couldn't find package linux-kernel-source-2.6.1506:52
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ardchoillejeisma: I think linux-source-2.6.15 is what you want if you're looking for linux source06:53
bruenigjeisma, do you need 1506:53
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ardchoillejeisma: drop the 'kernel'06:53
bruenig!info linux-source-2.6.1706:53
ubotulinux-source-2.6.17: Linux kernel source for version 2.6.17 with Ubuntu patches. In component main, is optional. Version (edgy), package size 44997 kB, installed size 45128 kB06:53
bruenig!info linux-source-2.6.1506:53
ubotuPackage linux-source-2.6.15 does not exist in edgy, edgy-backports, edgy-seveas06:53
ardchoillebruenig: jeisma is on Dapper06:53
bruenig!info linux-source-2.6.15 dapper06:53
ubotulinux-source-2.6.15: Linux kernel source for version 2.6.15 with Ubuntu patches. In component main, is optional. Version 2.6.15-28.51 (dapper), package size 43675 kB, installed size 43812 kB06:54
bruenigand so it does06:54
digi_I have a general linux/windows xp question. I have a duel boot system and an external drive that needs to be used for both linux and windows. What would be the best file system to use on the external drive?06:54
bruenigdigi_, fat3206:54
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digi_ok thanks06:55
jeismaarchoidille i dont need that other numbers?06:55
ardchoillejeisma: It is in the repos as linux-source-2.6.15  and that is all06:55
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ardchoillebruenig: I'm glad you're here. I learn quite a bit from you :)06:56
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bruenigI learn so much from other people in here, this is pretty much where I learned everything06:57
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jeismaarchoidille i think it worked, thanks06:57
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mneptokbruenig: fire is hot. do not eat.06:58
ardchoillejeisma: You're welcome :)06:58
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cablesI have a question: There's a driver for Windows to use Ext3 or Ext2 partitions. The only problem is that if Windows crashes, there could be corruption due to the driver's lack of journalling support. So why don't people use Ext3 as a shared partition? That way, at least one OS accessing it won't corrupt it.06:58
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mneptokcables: any such corruption could be fixed with fsck_ext206:59
bruenigcables, you said that windows could corrupt it, and then asked why people don't use it06:59
cablesmneptok, that's not the problem07:00
lisapcwhe I try to run gnomebaker from the icon it created, it says burning failed. cdrecord: Permission denied. Cannot open '/dev/sg0'. Cannot open SCSI driver.07:00
lisapcwhat can I do?07:00
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lisapcardchoille, any ideas?07:00
brueniglisapc, growisofs is always there07:00
lisapcbruenig, hehe07:00
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cablesbruenig, but *both OSs* can corrupt a Fat32 partition, right? Or is it journalled?07:00
mneptoklisapc: is sg0 actually your CD?07:01
lisapchow come gnomkaer doesnt give me persimssion?07:01
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lisapcmneptok, not sure07:01
Sonic_13how do i access my ubuntu NFS from windows xp?07:01
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bruenigcables, I am not a filesystem buff myself. I always used fat32 though before I cleaned windows mainly because I just figured native support is better than some third party driver.07:01
preactionSonic_13: use samba instead?07:01
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lisapcmneptok, thats my dvd burner07:02
mneptokcables: corruption can happen with journalling, it's just less likely. but if the corrupted bits are the journal bits, journalling ain't gonna save your bacon. :)07:02
Sonic_13what do you mean?07:02
cablesbruenig, that makes sense07:02
preactionSonic_13: NFS is one way to share files over a network, SMB (using samba) is another way07:02
cablesmneptok, yes, but it makes it less likely, in the event of a hard shutdown.07:02
Sonic_13well how do i do it with NFS?07:02
ubotunfs is the network file system. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpNFSHowTo for information on installing and configuring NFS.07:02
cables!nfs | Sonic_1307:03
ubotuSonic_13: please see above07:03
mneptokSonic_13: Windows has no built in NFS support. use