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mat1jhakk- this ith the patch file name (2.4.29-iswraid.patch) it is the raid driver for ASUS P5W6412:01
Jordan_UPurpZeY, He is at a frozen screen and ( probably )  doesn't know about tty's so there isn't much else he would do12:01
PurpZeYJordan_U: What command or tool would you use to rebout out of something like that? first ctrl+alt+ bkspc and then running shutdown ?12:01
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stu-mcok what am i doing wrong:  sudo chmod 775 <directory>    ?12:01
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alecwhhPurpZeY, it looked like that worked. I'm booted up. How do I fix it now?12:01
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PurpZeYalecwhh: Well, someone who knows more than me has to help you configure your newer kernel, OR just keep using this one.12:02
Jordan_UPurpZeY, Yes, I should have just suggested he switch to a tty, but I wanted to say something before he pulled the plug, oh well, to late anyways12:02
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jhakkmat1: sounds like a kernel patch12:02
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alecwhhWell, I don't want to have to boot up using Grub... I want it to automatically work. :P12:03
truthfatalis there an xchat-systray plugin/setting in the repositories or xchat-gnome settings that I can't find/12:03
|Carrerahey how do you add a channel to the auto join list?12:03
jhakkmat: kinda old, but http://www.linuxdocs.org/HOWTOs/Kernel-HOWTO-6.html12:03
Jordan_U|Carrera, What client?12:03
PurpZeYalecwhh: I know it can be done by editing menu.lst so it just autoatically loads the old kernel, but you should be able to fix the new one.12:03
alecwhhPurpZeY, Jordan_U, would it be better to uninstall the updates (and if so, how?)12:04
jhakkmat: but if it is a kernel patch, and you patch the kernel (source), you'll have to build a new kernel, which might be overly complicated12:04
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|CarreraXirc12:04
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jason__looking for a mythtv guru.  got a system that im pretty sure should be able to playback hd content, but live tv runs bad, and when im usuing the geforce 6200 video card to help out, the sound has major issues.  and there are other playback issues.  basically the only thing that works is watching a recorded hdtv show without using the video card to accelorate playback.12:04
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jhakkstefg: got the official kernel installed, works fine.. go figure.. heh12:05
jhakkerrr driver12:05
mat1jhakk, I'm trying to install ubuntu in a Dual boot mode but I have Vista on a Raid 0 & I want to install ubuntu to a separate IDE drive, but don't want to mess up Vista12:05
stefgjason__: #mythtv-users12:05
Jordan_Ualecwhh, You can't uninstall updates, and it probably isn't a good idea to stay not up to date ( it was probably a security update ), so hopefully there is a way to get things to work with the new kernel also12:05
PurpZeYalecwhh: I have no idea how you would delete a newly installed kernel.12:05
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stu-mcok what am i doing wrong please:  sudo chmod 775 ./<directory>    ?12:05
alecwhhWhat would be a solution, then?12:05
jason__stefg, thanks12:05
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alecwhhI can boot up into a command prompt, too.12:05
enviouzis there a prog out there that will tell me the button assignment if i push it? like say i push the start button on my pad it will return "button 9" or what ever it is?12:05
jhakkmat1: sounds tricky.. i've never done that, sorry bud12:06
Paradoxxstu-mc: Take out the '.'12:06
Jordan_UPurpZeY, You can just remove it with apt, not that he necessarily should.12:06
mat1thanks anyway12:06
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jhakkmat: i take it you're using some built-on raid controller? and ubuntu doesn't recognize the single drive, but actually sees two?12:06
jribenviouz: xev12:06
stu-mcParadoxx: still not changing the permissions12:06
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alecwhhHow would I diagnose this problem with my Kernal?12:06
geck0Does anyone know anything about pre-linking or readahead, to make applications such as firefox/open office/amarok run faster?12:06
enviouzok ty jrib12:07
Jordan_Ugeck0, prelink is no longer needed in Feisty, preload might help though12:07
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geck0Do you know how I can set that up?12:07
stu-mcParadoxx: any other ideas?12:07
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Jordan_Ugeck0, sudo apt-get install preload12:08
geck0Jordan, thanks, I'll give it a try12:08
stefggeck0: forget prelink on feisty (not needed). consider preload. no app will /run/ faster, they just /load/ faster (if noticeable at all)12:08
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Jordan_Ugeck0, And for open office specifically I would turn off java unless you actually use the wizards12:08
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geck0Yes, I found a tut on how to do that =) thanks12:09
RannickOk, so, why was it taking me to dr dos and not going into install?12:09
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stu-mcQ: my chmod doesnt seem to be working, i have tried sudo chmod 775 ./<dir> and sudo chmod 775 /<dir> anyone got any other ideas about this problem ?12:10
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alecwhhJordan_U, do you have any ideas on my kernal problem12:10
cje_hi, I wanted to let this group know that I have 37 hours of video interviews to share.  These are interviews with FOSS leaders, as well as political leaders, business leaders, etc.  I am producing a community-built film in 10 languages about how cool FOSS is.12:11
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ubotuI am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl - Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBots12:11
enviouzdoes vex work with usb devices though? when i push any key on my gamepad i get no output12:11
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enviouzerr xev12:11
afief_After resizing my partitions it seems my Swap partition is no longer being used, how can i get it to be used again?12:11
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stefg!uuid | afief12:12
ubotuafief: To see a list of your devices/partitions and their corresponding UUID's, run this command in a !shell:  blkid  (see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LibAtaForAtaDisks for the rationale behind the transition to UUID)12:12
cje_Our video is here for free:  http://archive.org/details/digitaltippingpoint12:12
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mankohi all12:12
truthfatalIf xchat-gnome and the default repos don't have a the systray plugin does anyone know if the "Real" xchat package does? (apt is busy at the moment, otherwise i'd just go look for myself ;)12:13
kjw75When I look at packages.ubuntu.com it shows a little red dot to indicate which packages are dependent on other packages. This little red dot seems to be in the middle of 2 packages. Does this red dot indicate the package above the dot OR the package below the dot as a dependency?12:13
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RannickOk, so, when trying to install Ubuntu, from the live cd, it keps sending me to DR DOS, why?12:14
FFForevercan i take a snapshot of my screen???12:14
afief_stefg, thanks that solves it for me:D12:14
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kjw75Rannick do you use DR DOS?12:14
stefgi knew :-)12:14
Rannicknop12:14
Rannick*nope12:14
enviouzFFForever:  hit printscreen12:14
kjw75Rannick does anything say DR DOS?12:14
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|Carrerakjw75: I would select one of them and write down the name of the other one, and then check for the packages again if non of them are present then it mean both were selected if one or the other are still present then it means its a monitor  misallignment12:14
r00723r0i'd like to run a command every time my dhcp daemon runs12:15
r00723r0is this possible?12:15
FFForeverthanks :D12:15
jhakkquestion - is it possible to add the medibuntu repositories directly to the apt source list?12:15
enviouznp12:15
stu-mcQ: i wanted to chmod a dir that my user did not own and sudo did not work y?12:15
afief_stefg, but is there a way to use it without restarting?12:15
RannickThe CD will spin up when I boot from it, and it goes immediately to Caldera DR-DOS.12:15
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|Carreraeverything is possible r00723r012:15
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stefgafief_: sudo swapon -a (after you edited fstab)12:15
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r00723r0|Carrera: i'm sorry, i meant can someone help me with it12:15
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mankoHope some of you can help me. I'm running Ubuntu 7.04 desktop on a Satellite P100 series. It's all ok, except the widescreen... any ideas on how can I get it to work?12:16
|Carrerajhakk: you can add any source to the source list as long as you have the correct address12:16
rubstyCan anyone help me install limewire on ubuntu I googled and followed a few instructions but when i try to install from the deb package i gets errors cause it doesn't match my arch which is x86_64 when i use alien to convert the rpm into a deb pkg I get errors and it fails12:16
alecwhhanybody here?12:16
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Jordan_Ualecwhh, no12:16
TaylorT1293alecwhh: about 1111 people12:16
gumpishSo I just upgraded from edgy to fiesty and my screen IS running at 1600 x 1200 (I thought it was being scaled up at first) but everything looks a bit blurry (as if it were being scaled)12:16
TaylorT1293oh wait12:16
afief_stefg, thanks a million:D I had to restart ubuntu twice today because the memory grew full and it crawled to a halt12:16
TaylorT12931110, sorry12:16
PriceChild!frostwire | rubsty12:16
uboturubsty: frostwire is a totally open source version of Limewire.  For installation help, please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FrostWire12:16
rubstyk thanks12:17
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anoobiscan someone help decode this error when trying to install 7.04? [39.498635] ..MP-BIOS bug: 8254 timer not connected to IO-APIC [39.677537]  kernel panic - not syncing: IO-APIC + timer doesn't work! Boot with apic=debug and send a report. then try booting with the 'noapic' option12:17
stu-mcQ: please, i wanted to chmod a dir that my user did not own and sudo did not work is there a reason for this please?12:17
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jhakk|Carrera: obviously :) I was just wondering why there were these convoluted instructions under "Adding Repositories" here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Medibuntu12:17
jhakk|Carrera: rather than just adding one or two source lines to the /etc/apt/sources.list12:18
jribstu-mc: what exactly did you do?12:18
OmegaCentistu-mc: sudo always works... however, you have to be part of a "sudoable" group12:18
jhakkseems unnecessarily complicated12:18
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Jordan_Uanoobis, Like it says, you should be able too boot if you add the noapic kernel parameter12:18
OmegaCentijrib: Am I correct?12:18
RannickThe CD will spin up when I boot from it, and it goes immediately to Caldera DR-DOS.12:18
Jordan_Uanoobis, what comp is this?12:18
|Carrerahey question, when you get a red message in the main channel window does that mean someone just /msg you or what?12:18
anoobis<-- newb12:18
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stu-mcjrib: i used #sudo chmod 775 ./<dir>12:18
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|Carreraanoobis<------newb12:18
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OmegaCentistu-mc: what error did it give?12:18
Jordan_Uanoobis, what comp is this?12:19
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anoobiserm amd 64 x2 4200+ on gigabyte AM2 mobo12:19
jribstu-mc: what directory12:19
vaurdanHey12:19
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jribOmegaCenti: basically, yes12:19
vaurdanI'm with a problem12:19
stu-mcjrib: oh and then i tried #sudo chmod 775 /<dir>  ( no '.'12:19
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vaurdanMy Wireless network is not detected12:19
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Jordan_Uanoobis, You are booting from the LiveCD correct?12:19
anoobisyeah12:19
bruenigvaurdan, do iwlist $interface scan12:19
kjw75Rannick when you put the CD in your drive now what do you see?12:19
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imbecileanyone know thename for  gtk theme  for ubuntustudio?12:19
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stu-mcjrib: its a dir in my /var/www/ directory12:19
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Jordan_Uanoobis, See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions12:20
OmegaCentibruenig: $interface? what is that?12:20
kjw75kjw75 is it just an ISO file or a bunch of other file?12:20
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kjw75Rannick is it just an ISO file or a bunch of other files?12:20
vaurdanbruenig: lo        Interface doesn't support scanning.12:20
vaurdaneth0      Interface doesn't support scanning.12:20
vaurdaneth1      No scan results12:20
bruenigOmegaCenti, $ indicates variable, so when I say $interface, I mean your interface which will be variable12:20
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jribstu-mc: join me in #ubuntu-classroom12:20
anoobisah ha i see ty Jordan_U12:20
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OmegaCentibruenig: oh, thought it was an actuall physically existant variable.. I tried echoing it ^_^12:20
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Jordan_Uanoobis, np :)12:21
RannickWhen I pop it into the drive, I get a splash screen than it gives me the option for a a few files to install.  But no indication as to how to install the OS, other than to boot from the disc.12:21
enviouzimbecile:  i dont know it by name but it is on gnomelook.rog (i think thats the name of it anyway). you can also get it by adding the ub studio repos12:21
bruenigvaurdan, you are right then, it doesn't detect it12:21
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metguruhey everyone; I'm having a problem with my wireless in ubuntu. it works very intermitently, but in windows, it works fine12:21
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bruenigvaurdan, are you sure it is on and working12:21
Jordan_URannick, Do you know how to set your BIOS to boot from CD?12:21
vaurdanyes12:21
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vaurdanbruenig: yes12:21
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RannickYup, did that.  Got sent directly to Caldera DR-DOS everytime.  :(12:22
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vaurdanbruenig: what can I do?12:22
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vaurdanwait12:22
kjw75Rannick so you see the ubuntu splash screen when your computer boots up?12:22
Jordan_URannick, Do you have a DR-DOS CD in one of your drives?12:22
vaurdani'm restarting wireless adaptor12:22
bruenigvaurdan, um don't really know, it doesn't really appear to be a hardware failure or anything like that, is your wireless interface up12:22
imbecileenviouz, what would happen if i tried "apt-get install ubuntustudio" ?12:22
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vaurdanahh12:23
vaurdannow found!12:23
vaurdanbut dont appear on GUI interface12:23
RannickNo while I'm in windows.  When the comp boots, it sends me straight to Caldera DR-DOS12:23
Jordan_Uimbecile, It would add some themes and new applications12:23
enviouzimbecile:  i think that installs all studio packages. do you just want the theme?12:23
TacoBobAnyone know what a Buffer I/O error on device blah blah means during the installer/livecd?12:23
RannickUsing and Asus A8V Deluxe board, if that helps any...12:23
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kjw75Rannick, in windows right now, look at the files on the disc, what do you see?12:23
Jordan_URannick, Do you have a DR-DOS CD in one of your drives?12:23
vaurdanbruenig: what can I do now?12:23
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CppIsWeirdif when i click a .pl file i want it to open up in a terminal window and execute, how would i do this? i assume you would run a command that creates a new terminal window passing it command to run when opened12:23
bruenigvaurdan, what did your previous three comments mean12:24
imbecileJordan_U, enviouz,  thanks, i want the whole thing but i didnt want to lose all my settings.. this sounds perfect for me12:24
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kjw75Rannick my guess is that you used the Nero bootable CD option, instead of creating a disc from image file, is this so?12:24
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vaurdanbruenig: now the wireless is detected12:24
vaurdanbruenig: what i do now?12:24
bruenigvaurdan, iwconfig $interface essid $essid12:25
RannickUm, yeah.12:25
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qsheets_I was switching b/w tty1 and tty7(GUI) and all of a sudden my screen went blank except for the mouse...can someone help me?12:25
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RannickShould I not have?12:25
kjw75Rannick no, that won't work12:25
KhawnCpplsWeird, in nautilus you can right click and run in terminal12:25
bruenigvaurdan, unless it is encrypted, then you need to do something else too12:25
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RannickOh...12:25
vaurdanbruenig: how do I connect by the GUI?12:25
centaur5my atheros as5050 card doesn't even show in ifconfig but it shows that the atheros driver is being used. What should I do?12:25
bruenigvaurdan, not sure, not a big gui fan12:25
enviouzimbecile:  a quick not if you upgrade to the whole thing it installs the low latency kernel. if you get that kernel you may have to rebuild your video control module(idk about nvidia) i had to on my ati card12:25
Jordan_URannick, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BurningIsoHowto12:26
RannickSo, whoopsie, sorry for the trouble guys.12:26
msjackdaniels_Hello. Can someone offer me some help with getting my wireless to work?12:26
kjw75Rannick I think in Nero under the file menu there's an option that says burn image to disc, but I dunno, I don't use nero, but it should be there somewhere12:26
bruenig!someone | msjackdaniels_12:26
ubotumsjackdaniels_: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?12:26
kjw75Rannick but just don't use nero's bootable disc option12:26
CppIsWeirdKhawn, but if i want to just double click it and have it run, how would that work?12:26
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bruenigvaurdan, the only wireless gui I have used before is wifi-radar, but I think ubuntu tends to use the networkmanager framework so I am unfamiliar12:27
OutlawProgrammerI have a widescreen monitor and my taskbar (both top and bottom) has been weired out - here's a screen shot - http://75.11.0.157/images/screenshot.png12:27
RannickRoger that, making a new disc.  :)12:27
truthfatalCppIsWeird: maybe right-click a .pl file in nautilus, go to properties->Open With->Add+ and use:12:27
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truthfatalgnome-terminal -x12:27
kjw75Rannick cool, that should work12:27
enviouzany other apps out there besides xev that will let me check gampad button assignments?12:27
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OutlawProgrammerit's almost as if gnome doesn't know anything bigger that 1280x102412:27
msjackdaniels_I am having troubles connecting to my Linksys wireless router. I don't think things are configured correctly because when I do 'iwconfig' I see 'no wireless extensions' for everything listed.12:28
RannickI'll be back if it doesn't.  :)  Y'all take can and thanks!  :D12:28
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bruenigOutlawProgrammer, gnome doesn't deal with resolution, that is an X thing12:28
kjw75Rannick gl12:28
mankoAnyone here using Ubuntu on satellite laptop p100/p105 series?12:28
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OutlawProgrammerbruenig, did you look at the screen shot?12:28
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rubstyHi I got frostwire installed but when I start it up and finish the setup it just goes to a white screen and nothing else, what is wrong?12:28
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enviouzxev returns no output but i know my pad works12:29
bruenigOutlawProgrammer, yeah ugly looking thing, what was I supposed to be looking for12:29
qsheets_I was switching b/w tty1 and tty7(GUI) and all of a sudden my screen went blank except for the mouse...can someone help me?12:29
bruenigOutlawProgrammer, can you not move that stuff over? how did the speaker get over there12:29
Jordan_UOutlawProgrammer, Just move the icons to the right12:29
OutlawProgrammerbruenig, look at the top task bar - notice the clock display, and then look further left where the volume icon is12:29
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bruenigOutlawProgrammer, right click move12:29
OutlawProgrammerbruenig - erp - I meant look further to the right12:29
jesusphreakwhy is Java 1.4 the latest version in the respositories?12:29
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oushHi12:30
zybridOpenGL vendor string: Mesa project: www.mesa3d.org, i have tried many ati howto and now i tried Envy, whats wrong12:30
jesusphreakisn't 1.6 the latest version?12:30
oushiv got a question or two12:30
Jordan_Ujesusphreak, Because it's not12:30
zybridrunning x1900xtx fiesty12:30
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Jordan_U!java | jesusphreak12:30
ubotujesusphreak: 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-jre12:30
oushwith Normal ubuntu when it installs updates it rquires you to reboot but does it do the same with Server Edition?12:30
zybridWhat is the best ATI howto?12:30
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bruenigoush, you do not need to reboot after installing updates on either with the exception of kernels12:30
rookiehwmoush: server edition=desktop minus gui+lamp12:30
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oushi see12:30
sniperkidhi12:31
pizzacan someone help me use samba to map a share from ubuntu to windows?12:31
rookiehwmto simplify it a whoe whole lot12:31
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enviouzjesusphreak:  sudo apt-get install sun-java6-jre sun-java6-plugin sun-java6-fonts12:31
oushwould ubuntu be recommended for running a HTTP Server, Mail Server and an IRC Server?12:31
OutlawProgrammerbruenig - ahhhh - i see, the icons are locked in poosition and I have to physically move them - annoying, but ok...12:31
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Administratoron ubuntu server, is there anyway to create multiple  windows.  Like on gnome-terminal ctrl+shift+T.12:31
bruenigOutlawProgrammer, just don't lock them12:31
mike-kubuntufor some reason the wrong nvidia kernel module is getting loaded since my update to the 96** drivers, when my kernel fist loads up it loads the 76** drivers and x wont start because nvidia glx is 96**, however, if i do an rmmod nvidia, then modprobe nvidia, the correct drivers get loaded, i've tried using module-assistant to recompile the drivers by hand and it still loads the old drivers, i have the version of nvidia-12:31
sniperkidenviouz, thank you :)12:31
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sniperkidlol12:31
imbecilecan someone give me a hand and tell me where i am messing up.. i am trying to add ubuntustudio repo12:31
Obfuscatorwas here earlier today, sorry for being a bit of a nag, but I need some help with my suspend-to-disk/ram.12:31
imbecileoops12:31
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enviouznp12:31
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imbecilecan someone give me a hand and tell me where i am messing up.. i am trying to add ubuntustudio repo http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/27876/12:31
pizzawhen i try to map the share directly ( \\name\sharename) it asks for user/pass, but won't do anything when i put them in12:31
oushwould ubuntu be recommended for running a HTTP Server, Mail Server and an IRC Server?12:31
imbecilesorry for the repeat12:31
sniperkidis there like some reason why, apt-get update doesn't work ?12:31
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jribwhat does 'sudo echo hi' do?12:32
Jordan_Umike-kubuntu, Are you using the drivers from the repositories?12:32
HymnToLifeoush, for home or production uses ?12:32
jribignore that please12:32
OutlawProgrammerbruenig - I didn't - it's the install default for 7.0412:32
mike-kubuntuJordan_U: yeah, on the current nvidia-glx12:32
bruenigimbecile, put quotes around deb http://archive.ubuntustudio.org/ubuntustudio feisty main12:32
oushhome12:32
HymnToLifeUbuntu is fine then12:32
Jordan_Umike-kubuntu, Try removing the older package12:32
bruenigOutlawProgrammer, I meant in the future, if you change resolutions a lot12:32
imbecilebruenig,  you are the master... tyvm12:32
pizzacan someone help me use samba to map a share from ubuntu to windows? please pm12:32
oushand what would you recommend for production use?12:32
mike-kubuntuJordan_U: i tried, but its not installed12:32
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kjw75can someone do me a favour and go to: http://packages.ubuntu.com/feisty/libdevel/libncurses5-dev and tell me if the red dot is beside libc-dev or libncurses5 ... thanks12:33
Brandenon ubuntu server, is there anyway to create multiple  windows. Like on gnome-terminal ctrl+shift+T.12:33
tlinkpizza : in your smb.conf file there's a [public]  spot, try putting the share in there and make sure its set to public.12:33
sniperkid[connecting to gb.archive.ubuntu.com]  [connecting to security.ubuntu.com]   could not resolve 'gb.archive.ubuntu.com'12:33
pi3does anybody have google's ip?12:33
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pizzahm12:33
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OutlawProgrammerbruenig - well, I don't change resolutions once I get the the monitor's native, but I'll leave them unlocked anyway - thanks for the help :)12:33
pi3i think my dns is down12:33
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Brandenpi3, you can use 4.2.2.1 as a DNS server12:33
sniperkidPinging google.com [72.14.207.99]  with 32 bytes of data:12:33
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Jordan_Ukjw75, Both, why cant you look yourself?12:33
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sniperkid[connecting to gb.archive.ubuntu.com]  [connecting to security.ubuntu.com]   could not resolve 'gb.archive.ubuntu.com'12:34
pizzatlink: it has information there that matches the drive i'm trying to map12:34
pi3Branden: thank you, that is openDSN, right?12:34
pizzapublic=yes12:34
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kjw75Jordan_U hmm, I only see one red dot and it is between the two of them, you see two red dots?12:34
msjackdaniels_How do I correctly configure my Intersil Corporation Prism 2.5 Wavelan network controller to connect to my Linksys router via a wireless connection? I can see the router. It prompts me for my password. And it freezes at 28% saying Configuring Device.12:34
bruenigsniperkid, change your mirror then12:34
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sniperkidhow do i change that ?12:34
mankoGuys just a question... 1280x800 is the max resolution a can use on a toshiba satellite 17" widescreen?12:34
Jordan_Ukjw75, Yes, what browser are you using?12:34
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Brandenpi3, it may be, I cant remember where i got the DNS ip from.12:34
bruenigsniperkid, where it says gb, use another code, us uk ca fr whatever12:34
sniperkid/etc/profile ?12:34
pizzamanko: check the manufacturer page12:34
cdehaanHello! If I am using an Intel Pentium 4 2.8GHz processor with (as far as I know) no special provisions for virtualization, what are my options other than VMware? Can I still use KVM, or should I use Xen?12:34
tlinkpizza : kk hold on a sec and let me check what mine looks like, its been a while12:34
bruenigsniperkid, /etc/apt/sources.list12:34
pizzak12:35
sniperkidim trying, apt-get update12:35
sniperkidok, thanks12:35
imbecilebruenig,  i got the same error sudo su -c echo "deb http://archive.ubuntustudio.org/ubuntustudio feisty main" >> /etc/apt/sources.list12:35
kjw75Jordan_U I'm using IE for Windows :( trying to get my wireless working under linux12:35
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pizzatlink: pm please12:35
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imbecileis that right?12:35
Jordan_Umanko, That looks low, do you not know your monitor's native resolution?12:35
qsheets_I was switching b/w tty1 and tty7(GUI) and all of a sudden my screen went blank except for the mouse...can someone help me?12:35
bruenigimbecile, oh I didn't notice the backticks, use ' not backticks, or just do: echo "deb http://archive.ubuntustudio.org/ubuntustudio feisty main" | sudo tee -a /etc/apt/sources.list12:36
kitcheqsheets_: what driver are you using?12:36
OutlawProgrammernext question - how do I turn off desktop effects like the animated open/close frame?12:36
bruenigOutlawProgrammer, #ubuntu-effects12:36
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qsheets_kitche, nVidia12:36
cdehaanOutlawProgrammer: System -> Preferences -> Desktop Effects12:36
kitcheqsheets_: there seems to be a bug with the nvidia driver that ubuntu uses it's fixed in the last stable one that nvidia has12:36
sniperkid[connecting to us.archive.ubuntu.com]  [connecting to security.ubuntu.com]   could not resolve 'us.archive.ubuntu.com' could not resolve 'security.ubuntu.com'12:36
pi3Branden: it still not works12:37
imbecilebruenig,  yayyyy i got it.. thanks again12:37
pi3any idea?12:37
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Brandencan you only run one CLI on ubuntu server?  If i started a program, how would i exit without terminating th program12:37
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qsheets_thx kitche12:37
cdehaanBranden: You can use Screen, or background processes.12:37
OutlawProgrammercdehaan, not in there (I had already looked)12:37
Akkard_hi12:37
Brandencdehann, thanks noted12:37
PiciBranden: Or use the different ttys12:37
mankoIt's just on Ubuntu... with Windows Vista I can get to 1440xXXX12:37
kitcheBranden: alt+F# switches to the other virtual ttys12:37
Jordan_Usniperkid, Are you connected to the internet? ( if this isn't the machine you are running that from of course :)12:37
sniperkidyes12:37
Jordan_Umanko, What card?12:37
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sniperkidim running a TS server and IRC and there are people on it12:38
Akkard_I'll soon find out12:38
kitchesniperkid: by chance waht does cat /etc/resolv.conf show12:38
cdehaanOutlawProgrammer: How did you turn it on? If that's not there, you may simply need to install the program again, or if you're using Beryl or Compiz, then I don't know.12:38
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manko00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Mobile 945GM/GMS/940GML Express Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 03)12:38
manko00:02.1 Display controller: Intel Corporation Mobile 945GM/GMS/940GML Express Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 03)12:38
sniperkidit says12:38
Jordan_Umanko, install 915resolution12:38
sniperkidsearch home12:38
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kitchesniperkid: and that's it?12:38
sniperkidnameserver 192.168.1.112:38
cdehaanBranden: screen you can use if you're SSHing in, using Crtl + Z to background a process is an option any time, and if you're physically at the machine, you can use Alt + F1-6 to get to the other TTYs12:38
mankogreat, I will try it...12:38
Jordan_Umanko, Then restart X12:38
sniperkidhmm12:39
sniperkidi think maybe its ment to be 0.112:39
mankoyep... thanks12:39
sniperkid1.1 was my old router12:39
Jordan_Umanko, np12:39
Brandencdehaan, thank you, that is what i needed to know12:39
kitchesniperkid: could be but that's your most likely bet though12:39
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sniperkidworking now :) thanks12:40
Brandenpi3. well i am running DNS server 4.2.2.1 or you can try 4.2.2.212:40
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cdehaanBranden: For whatever it counts, I use screen.12:40
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cdehaanBranden: A nice part about screen is that you can send your entire screen session (containing multiple "terminals" if you will) to the background, disconnect, and come back to the whole business later.12:40
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OutlawProgrammercdehaan - It happens for every program I open. I'm not using beryl/compwiz, and I don't have the "experiemntal effects turned on.12:41
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Charles_Xavierhi12:41
cdehaanOutlaw: Feisty?12:41
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TacoBobI have a general quest about Ubuntu if someone could help me?12:41
OutlawProgrammercdehaan, yeah12:41
kitche!ask | TacoBob12:41
ubotuTacoBob: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)12:41
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CppIsWeirdif when i click a .pl file i want it to open up in a terminal window and execute, how would i do this? i assume you would run a command that creates a new terminal window passing it command to run when opened12:42
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Charles_XavierI enabled my root account with the password "test" and i think someone might of hacked me because everything is all screwed up and deleted.. i dindt mean to enable it, it was infact for testing purposes and i dindt know i could get hacked that fast12:42
cdehaanOutlawProgrammer: Did you try #ubuntu-effects? They could probably help you figure it out...12:42
Brandencdehaan: great that is what i needed.  Screen looks like it is definitely worth looking into.12:42
Charles_Xavieri have turned it back off, is there any way to restore the files12:42
cdehaanBranden: And now I'll leave you alone :)12:42
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OutlawProgrammercdehaan - i'm in there now, but so far no joy12:42
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unagidoes anyone here know anything about DUN with bluetooth and wvdial?12:43
imbecilei just installed ubuntu studio repos.. is there anyway to install and have running everything at once? (e.g. splash and themes)12:43
kitcheCppIsWeird: umm try this xterm perl <script>.pl see what it does12:43
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TacoBobalright, should I bother trying to get Ubuntu to work on a very old (600 mhz) Sony computer? It seems like it has a lot of odd proprietary parts and I dunno if a Linux newbie like myself could get it to work12:43
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TacoBobI'm fixing this computer for an old lady that just wants to access the internet but can't legally reinstall windows12:44
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cdehaanTacoBob: I say it's worth a shot, because lots of really old proprietary components are supported :)12:44
newtubuntuhow do I install the Acrobat plugin to view PDF in Firefox ?12:44
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miramanaCharles_Xavier, e2undel12:44
cdehaanTacoBob: It's the really new proprietary ones that cause the most trouble.12:44
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joshritgercan someone tell me if there is a way to get a secondary drive to auto mount while keeping the drive icon visible under computer this is in 7.0412:44
cdehaanTacoBob: What I would suggest is looking up all the hardware information from Device Manager, and finding out what you'd have to do to get things working that don't.12:45
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TacoBobThere's no OS on it currently, that's how it was delivered to me12:45
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TacoBobSo far the ubuntu installer fails with several error messages12:45
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TacoBobI just dunno if I'm getting into a lost cause12:45
cdehaanTacoBob: Ah, yes. What errors are they?12:45
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Charles_Xavierthis is such a joke lol, i switched to ubuntu linux so i dont get hacked, ive never gotten hacked in windows, but i just wanted more security anyways, and the same week i switched to ubuntu i got hacked LOL12:45
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enviouzany gamers around?12:45
Charles_Xavierits not a joke really12:46
cdehaanTacoBob: If you're willing to spend some time working on it, I'd guess you could figure it out12:46
Charles_Xavierit actually happend12:46
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cdehaanCharles_Xavier: How did you "get hacked?"12:46
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melzhi everyone! can anybody help me please to make my resolution 1200x800?12:46
Charles_Xavieri enabled root acct12:46
rubstycan anyone help me I just installed frostwire and everytime I start it I just get a white screen how can I fix this?12:46
Charles_Xavierwith pw test12:46
cdehaanRunning SMB, SSH, FTPd, Apache2, etc?12:46
Charles_Xavierfor test purposes12:46
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Charles_Xavieri dindt think someone could hack me that fast12:46
cdehaanCharles_Xavier: And you're running unfirewalled?12:46
Charles_Xavieri was just testing around12:46
Charles_Xavierya12:46
newtubuntuCharles_Xavier: how/where did you get hacked ?12:46
Charles_Xavierhow do i firwall12:46
kitcheCharles_Xavier: that's why but you probably ran something that had an exploit in it12:46
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Charles_Xavieri went to a irc linux channel12:46
Charles_Xavierthat shows ips12:46
TacoBobI get a bunch of buffer i/o errors during install then it fails with a can't access tty: job control turned off12:46
jrib!enter | Charles_Xavier12:46
ubotuCharles_Xavier: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!12:46
Charles_Xavieri think someone here might of hacked me12:46
cdehaanCharles_Xavier: Well, there you go. People run password scanners on open ports, and you can bet "test" would be in a dictionary scanner.12:46
preactionCharles_Xavier: and you're running sshd with that? you allow root to login to sshd? you deserved to get cracked12:47
dadeEldronI installed the medibuntu files and I still can't play mp3's, What can I do?12:47
cdehaanCharles_Xavier: It's about the worst password since "password."12:47
pouetubuntu rox : D12:47
Charles_XavierIT WAS FOR TESTING PURPOSES12:47
Charles_Xavierlol12:47
preaction!caps | Charles_Xavier12:47
ubotuCharles_Xavier: PLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.12:47
Charles_Xavieri wanted to connect root from my old computer to my new one12:47
cdehaanCharles_Xavier: Yeah, well, when your machine is live (I.e. plugged into anything but power) you can't mess with network testing.12:47
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Charles_Xavierso i enabled ssh12:47
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preactionCharles_Xavier: do not do that. use sudo -i instead. do not allow root to login remotely in any capacity12:47
codecaineis there a education respirtory for gnome?12:47
Charles_Xavieri wont from now on12:47
Charles_Xavierhow do i turn on the firewall12:47
cdehaanCharles_Xavier: It's like me leaving $100 sitting on a street corner and saying I was leaving it there for testing purposes... either way it doesn't work :)12:48
preaction!firewall | Charles_Xavier12:48
ubotuCharles_Xavier: Ubuntu, like any other linux distribution, has firewall capabilities built-in. The firewall is managed using the 'iptables' command (see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo), or GUI applications such as Firestarter (Gnome) or Guarddog (KDE).12:48
unagidoes anyone here know anything about DUN with bluetooth and wvdial?12:48
jribCharles_Xavier: stop using enter to break up your thoughts.  Use the ',' or '.'.  Thanks12:48
enviouzCharles_Xavier:  thers and app out there that will test how long it takes to crack your password too (if you wanna test future passwords) i cant quite remember what its called though12:48
joshritgercan someone please tell me how to auto mount a secondary drive without loosing its icon under computer?12:48
kitcheCharles_Xavier: you can also not permit root to login using ssh though the sshd_config file12:48
EvilbadwrongPanic!! I used Envy to install the latest ATI driver, and now my screen goes blank when I restart - no graphics whatsoever. I'm using the LiveCD right now....how do I revert back to the old driver?12:48
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cdehaanEvilbadwrong: You should have, in your /etc/X11 directory, an xorg.conf.backup or similar.12:49
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Charles_Xavierbtw im in line cd too12:49
Charles_Xavierlive12:49
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Charles_Xaviermy computer was messed up so bad by thte hacker i cant even load it12:49
Arioc1Maybe Charles_Xavier is wanting to setup a honey pot.  (chuckle)12:49
atarinoxhas anybody here run mythtv off ubuntu? do you know can you dual boot into myth and windows on anotherp partition?12:49
CppIsWeirdkitche, would it be %1?12:49
EvilbadwrongOk cdehaan....what do I do? I'm completely new to Ubuntu/Linux....12:49
pizza123sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf12:49
preactionCharles_Xavier: reinstall and be smart this time. good luck12:50
dadeEldroncan anyone successfully play mp3s? and if so can they show me how to do it?12:50
kitcheCppIsWeird: what would be %1?12:50
Brandenis smbpassword the command needed to use passwords to enter samba shares, if so smbpassword is not found on my box12:50
rubstycan anyone help me I just installed frostwire and everytime I start it I just get a white screen how can I fix this?12:50
preactionBranden: smbpasswd12:50
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Brandenthank you12:50
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cdehaanEvilbadwrong: did Ubuntu mount the original HD on your desktop?12:50
preaction!mp3 | dadeEldron12:50
ubotudadeEldron: 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/FreeFormats12:50
enviouzdadeEldron:  when i first tried i got a warning that the codec wasnt installed then it searched for it and installed it automatically12:50
dadeEldronI been there already12:51
Arioc1dadeEldron, use Automatix12:51
NecrathexBranden: smbp<TAB> ;)12:51
preaction!automatix | Arioc1, dadeEldron12:51
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ubotuArioc1, dadeEldron: Automatix2 is a script that tries to install some software, and often fails and breaks systems. We don't provide support for it, and we strongly discourage its use. Problems caused by Automatix are often hard to track and solve, and it might sometimes be easier to !install a fresh copy of Ubuntu. See also !WorksForMe12:51
dadeEldronhow do I get automatic12:51
AndreMiltonhi everybody12:51
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Arioc1http://www.getautomatix.com/12:51
preactiondadeEldron: what's the problem? what's the error message? what program are you using?12:51
EvilbadwrongI PM'd you, cdehaan12:51
dadeEldronhow can I get automatix?12:51
AndreMiltonanyone succeed to put the dual screen on an acer 3610 ????12:51
dadeEldronamarok12:52
CppIsWeirdkitche, xterm doesnt accept what commands to run when it opens12:52
Arioc1dadeEldron, http://www.getautomatix.com/12:52
enviouzany apps to check gamepad key codes besides xev?12:52
TexasTazhttp://www.getautomatix.com/12:52
dadeEldronI installed medibuntu12:52
rubstycan anyone help me I just installed frostwire and everytime I start it I just get a white screen how can I fix this?12:52
preaction!enter | dadeEldron12:52
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ubotudadeEldron: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!12:52
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preactiondadeEldron: open a terminal, and type "amarok" and try to play an mp3. it might show an error message inside the terminal12:52
TexasTazDang Printers are driving me crazy12:52
Arioc1haha... rubsty, install Automatix.  Frostwire you can install Frostwire from there.12:52
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CppIsWeirdkitche, nvm, i think i got it.12:53
rubstywhats automati?12:53
rubstyautomatix12:53
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kitche!automatix | rubsty12:53
uboturubsty: Automatix2 is a script that tries to install some software, and often fails and breaks systems. We don't provide support for it, and we strongly discourage its use. Problems caused by Automatix are often hard to track and solve, and it might sometimes be easier to !install a fresh copy of Ubuntu. See also !WorksForMe12:53
CppIsWeirdis there a pause command for like command line?12:53
TexasTazKind of a package installer it's real nice12:53
enviouzrubsty:  do you have the latest versionof java?12:53
cdehaanCppIsWeird: You can use more or less to go through output slowly12:53
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sniperkidhow do i cancel something from running (example a java project)12:53
rubstyenviouz, yes i do12:53
godlygeekso, are there any docs that would explain, for example, how the system decides when to turn the backlight on and off?12:54
enviouzidk then never had that prob before12:54
cdehaanCppIsWeird: I.e. cat /proc/cpuinfo | less12:54
preactionsniperkid: most likely sigint, which is ctrl+c12:54
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sniperkidkk ty :)12:54
cdehaanEvilbadwrong: I pm'd you back.12:54
godlygeeksniperkid: or sigtstp, suspend, ctrl-z12:54
rubstyArioc1, no thanks12:54
|Carrerait depends on if its dark or not12:54
preactionsniperkid: if that doesn't work, you might want sigkill, which is "kill -9 <processId>"12:54
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|Carreraopps wrong window12:54
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TacoBobAnyone have any ideas: installer fails with bin/sh: can't access tty;job control turned off12:54
dadeEldronno error message12:54
godlygeeksniperkid: (my way is different from the other two since you can resume it with 'fg')12:54
Evilbadwrongcdehaan: I replied to your PM....can you not see what I'm saying in there? :)12:54
dadeEldronjust doesn't recognize it12:54
rubstyArioc1, i cant even install it apt-get install automatix2 or whatever is anywhereh12:54
carrasco[sniperkid] : you type 'ps -aux' and see the process number, so you type 'kill process numbe', do you understand?12:54
rubstys'd;lks12:54
rubsty;ljdf'12:54
rubstydf12:54
m1ranyone know nice looking desktop system monitor *?12:54
rubstygkrellm :P12:55
preaction!patience | rubsty12:55
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godlygeekm1r:conky12:55
uboturubsty: The people here are volunteers, your attitude may determine how fast you are helped.  Not everyone is available all the time, likewise not every answer is available instantly. See also http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines12:55
jhakk!alsa12:55
m1rty i check12:55
ubotuIf you're having problems with sound, first ensure ALSA is selected, by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (ALSA Mixer). If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP312:55
Arioc1rubsty, did you go to the link I posted?12:55
cdehaanEvilbadwrong: One moment.12:55
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fatdiggerhey guys12:55
enviouzanyone?12:55
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newuser00I have installed "keymapper" but i have no idea where to find it (just coming from WinXP 2 days ago). Where can i find the recently installed aplications on feisty? Thanx =/12:55
TexasTazAnyone have a good source for installing printers using lpd or cups wrapper12:56
fatdiggerim having a great dificulty trying to mount a hard drive in kubuntu, how do I allow "permission" to edit files/folders... it wont let me touch anything.12:56
rubstyArioc1, no i must have missed the link12:56
jhakkanother question for you guys.. ever couple of boots, the inital boot will fail.. i'll see "Starting Up..." and then it will just dump me in busybox with nowhere to go.. but if I just reboot again, it starts up just fine every time12:56
jhakkany idea why that might happen?12:56
cdehaanEvilBadWrong: Try again.12:56
rubstyArioc1, you sure you pasted a link, I am scrolling up and dont see anything12:57
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Evilbadwrongcdehaan: I just did....hmm...you're not seeing me in there.....12:57
fatdigger im having a great difficulty trying to mount a hard drive in kubuntu, how do I allow "permission" to edit files/folders... it wont let me touch anything. anyone?12:57
Arioc1rubsty, I'm whispering to you... do you see that?12:57
rubstyArioc1,  no i didnt see it12:57
fatdiggerhoe do i change my permissions12:57
Arioc1http://www.getautomatix.com/wiki/index.php?title=Installation12:58
cdehaanEvilBadWrong: Nope. Just join #cdehaan12312:58
fatdigger*how12:58
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Arioc1rubsty, try the "Easy Direct Installation"12:58
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TacoBobAny ideas on why the installer fails with bin/sh: can't access tty;job control turned off ? It also says ata2: port failed to respond12:59
newuser00anyone?12:59
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fatdiggerfor real, can anyone tell me how to change my permissions... i can't do anything...12:59
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qsheets_kitche12:59
Arioc1newuser00, did you install it via apt?01:00
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kitchefatdigger: what do you need to know you can use umask to allow users to use the device01:00
godlygeekjhakk: Just a quick guess, but - shoddy memory?  It would explain unpredictable random failures in times when there is a lot of strain on memory, like during bootup.01:00
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fatdiggerkitche: how?01:01
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newuser00i used Synaptic01:01
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qsheets_kitche, i installed the nVidia driver and it didn't help any01:01
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kitche!permissions | fatdigger01:01
ubotufatdigger: The files and directories on an Ubuntu system are organized according to a standard, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filesystem_Hierarchy_Standard - file permissions are explained at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions - All filenames and directory names (and many other things) are case sensitive in Linux01:01
Rexhello everyone. Does anyone know if there is an easy way to install "LAMP" on ubuntu feisty? All of the tuts that I find are for server edition. I just need it for local development. Any ideas?01:01
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jrib!lamp > Rex (see the private message from ubotu)01:02
kitchefatdigger: want the FilePermissions link then on that page it has a volume permissions01:02
geck0So I just installed preload, in an attempt to make my applications load up faster.  Does anyone know how to use it?01:02
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Rexjrib ;) thanks!01:02
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godlygeekjhakk: when you get dumped to busybox, do can you use dmesg?  If you can't come up with anything, try turning off the boot splash and seeing if you learn something from all the text scrolling by.01:02
qsheets_kitche, i installed the nVidia driver and it didn't help any01:03
Arioc1newuser00, did you check System and Preferences or Administration?01:03
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kitcheqsheets_: did you restart X?01:03
qsheets_yes01:03
kitcheqsheets_: then it's more the nvidia most likely01:03
geck0So I just installed preload, in an attempt to make my applications load up faster.  Does anyone know how to use it?01:04
qsheets_it would install when x is running01:04
newuser00Arioc1, yes =/01:04
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qsheets_* it wouldn't install when x is running01:04
geck0How can I select what applications are preloaded, etc?01:04
fatdiggerkitche: how do i set myself as "superuser"?01:04
kitche!suo | fatdigger01:04
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about suo - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:04
kitche!sudo | fatdigger01:04
ubotufatdigger: sudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.01:04
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jhakkgodlygeek: how do you disable the bootsplash?01:05
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unagidoes anyone here know anything about ubuntu and bluetooth.....more specifically why when i put in my pin on my phone it says pairing failed01:05
geck0Does anyone here know how to us preload?01:05
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XiXaQI have a small lamp server setup and I don't want to clutter it with a desktop install, but I would like to use some graphical tools. Can I do this over ssh in any way?01:06
vaurdanI've a problem01:06
vaurdanwith my wireless01:06
unagi!bluetooth01:06
ubotuFor instructions on how to set up bluetooth, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BluetoothSetup01:06
vaurdani can't connect to my wireless01:06
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godlygeekjhakk: edit /boot/grub/menu.lst as root, search for 'defoptions', and on the line with only one '#' at the beginning, change 'splash' to 'nosplash'01:07
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shavexdoes anyone know how to get the sound working on feisty fawn for a toshiba laptop?01:07
Seeker`shavex: Mine worked automagically01:08
newuser00Arioc1, i would make a link to my desktop, but i dont know where it was installed... + i dont know wich file i should link to, i cant find any "keymapper" file with the search tool01:08
kuruminkjkji01:08
shavexyea well, mine didnt01:08
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shavexi have high definition intel sound card01:08
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shavexive tried alsamixer01:09
shavexunmuted everything01:09
NemesisDgot a bit of a problem, im running firefox 2.0.0.4 on ubuntu and for some reason every other time i start it it's like it is using a different profile, my bookmarks are empty, the stop/back/refresh buttons are grey and the address bar "sticks"01:09
pHiLip_Sone brasukaa01:09
imbecilei just installed ubuntu studio repos.. is there anyway to install and have running everything at once? (e.g. splash and themes) basically what i want is to make a regular feisty install a ubuntumedia feisty install01:09
sparrhow can i avoid clamav upgrade warnings in my cron output?  without updating clamav more often than packaging allows01:09
pHiLip_Shi kurumin01:09
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steel_ladyI have something that is really worrying me. since like 1.5 month ago, every program I try to install in synaptic gives me error01:10
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steel_ladyit says: E: linux-igd: subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 101:11
shavexj/ ubuntu-sound01:11
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newuser00NemesisD, did you check your preferences? maybe your firefox is configured to clean all private data when you close it01:12
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m1ri have setp conky, but it get lost during reboot01:12
unagi!pairing01:12
|Carrerathats how i have configured my firefox so my gf doesnt know that im going to some dating sites ;)01:12
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about pairing - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:12
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NemesisDnewuser00, good idea and no i didn't ill see now01:12
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newuser00|Carrera, lol :P01:13
Ax3anybody know how to get my USB harddrive to show up again? I removed from my VMWare Workstation, but it hasn't come back to my ubuntu desktop.....01:13
ndeehello there, when I hook up my ipod, it gets mounted as read-only filesystem, how can I change that?$01:13
hypn0imbecile: can't you install all ubuntu studio apps in normal ubuntu, they seem to be there already :-/ not that I have installed ubuntu studio or any of the apps :-)01:13
newuser00NemesisD, ok glad i could help :)01:14
|Carreranewuser00: hahah i know dont tell her!!!01:14
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imbecilehypn0,  i like the way it looks and the feel of it01:14
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d4rkmonkeyI FUCKING HATE VISTA01:15
unagi!bluez-pin01:15
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about bluez-pin - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:15
newtubuntucan I run Compiz with aiglx and if so, why ? (reason I ask: I have black and white screens all the time, and I was told to run Beryl with aiglx, but I am using Compiz... I can use aiglx with Compiz to fix my problem ?)01:15
d4rkmonkeyjust throwing that out there...01:15
rookiehwmd4rkmonkey, it hates you too!01:15
rookiehwmlol01:15
d4rkmonkeylol01:15
d4rkmonkeyit does01:15
rookiehwmi'm scared to try it01:15
d4rkmonkeyits on my new laptop01:15
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Ax3well throw it some where else... no cursing here01:15
d4rkmonkeyI wanna single boot feisty01:15
newtubuntud4rkmonkey: I moved to Linux this week for the same reason01:16
d4rkmonkeybut it won't let me run the live CD01:16
rookiehwmyeah, vista is a four letter word!01:16
d4rkmonkeylol01:16
ndeecool?01:16
newtubuntud4rkmonkey: and I've never been a Windows basher01:16
|Carreradont be afraid :) if you dont do it you will never know!01:16
jinx099rookiehwm: counting is not your strong subject ;)01:16
imbecilei just dot my vista dvd from a rebate today.. i think i'll just throw it away... i only wanted the $ for the rebate01:16
d4rkmonkeylol01:16
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d4rkmonkeysell it01:16
d4rkmonkeyatleast you get a bit of money for that peice of crap then01:16
rookiehwmjinx099, that was a joke :-P01:16
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jinx099hah, okay01:17
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d4rkmonkeyCan anyone help me through the install errors I'm having?01:17
newtubuntud4rkmonkey: can I sell an OEM copy of Vista when I got it with a Dell ?01:17
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d4rkmonkeyoo01:17
d4rkmonkeyI don't know01:17
dockane_hi all.. ive got a strange problem here with an ibm thinkpad t22. it has got an usa keyboard which was "germanized" with stickers. i am missing one key which is "<,> and |" on germany keyboards next to "Y". no idea howto to grep the output of dmesg01:17
d4rkmonkeyanyways, onto my install problems...01:17
Ax3you hate vista but you can't install ubuntu... now that's funny.01:17
imbeciled4rkmonkey,  its specific to my lappy.. its and upgrade thingy01:17
d4rkmonkeylol01:17
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NemesisDnewuser00, that option was already disabled01:17
d4rkmonkeyits not me being stupid01:17
d4rkmonkeyits my comp not liking the CD01:17
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d4rkmonkey:D01:17
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jinx099I've got firefox installed in a 32-bit chroot, how do I get it to look good like the regular feisty version.  The chroot version is all GTK-grey.01:18
d4rkmonkeywhen I try to boot using the built in DVD drive (its a lightscribe) it tells me like tty job not available or something like that01:18
jinx099I thought I just needed to install ubuntu-artwork01:18
imbecilei wouldnt touch vista with a 10 foot USB cable01:18
d4rkmonkeyso I tried using an external drive, and it told me there was something wrong with the xorg graphical blah blah01:18
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usr13Can someone tell me syntax for 25-iftab.rules ?01:19
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newtubuntu can I run Compiz with aiglx and if so, why ? (reason I ask: I have black and white screens all the time, and I was told to run Beryl with aiglx, but I am using Compiz... I can use aiglx with Compiz to fix my problem ?)01:19
joshritgercan someone please help me with auto mounting a harddrive in 7.0401:19
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d4rkmonkeyI checked the more detailed explanation, and it said something about the screen not being detected01:19
usr13To have consistant assignment of network cards...?01:19
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CppIsWeirdis there any way to configure how my icons look in my01:19
CppIsWeird\01:19
CppIsWeird4ers xcvnb'] =01:19
newuser00NemesisD, if thats the case and the options to keep history data are enabled, im afraid i cant help... im a noob too, as my nick shows =/01:19
d4rkmonkeyCan anyone tell me how to get around the tty/xorg errors? I tried dapper too, but I got the xorg error with that too01:20
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kitched4rkmonkey: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg your X needs to be configured right01:20
CppIsWeird\"74ANB,L;[] -  L01:20
CppIsWeird=}"_) 644E5 67890-=\] ] 01:20
kitche!alternate | d4rkmonkey01:20
ubotud4rkmonkey: 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 - See also !Minimal01:20
unagi!gtk01:21
ubotuGTK is the !GIMP toolkit, which forms the base of !GNOME and is used by many applications to provide a !GUI01:21
unagi!gui01:21
ubotuThe graphical user interface (GUI) in Ubuntu is composed of many elements, including the !X server, a window manager, and a desktop environment such as !GNOME or !KDE (which themselves use the !GTK and !Qt toolkits respectively)01:21
unagi!themes01:21
ubotuFind your themes at: http://www.gnome-look.org - http://art.gnome.org - http://www.kde-look.org - http://themes.freshmeat.net/browse/58/ - http://www.guistyles.com - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/ - Also see !changethemes and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuEyeCandy01:21
mwe!msgthebot | unagi01:21
ubotuunagi: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (see also !Bot). Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops...01:21
d4rkmonkeyIs there another way to do it without downloading and burning the alternate?01:21
brusselIs there any apt-get installs i need to do to get ubuntu to see my corsair usb memory stick?01:21
NemesisDnewuser00, preciate the help though, thanks01:21
newuser00NemesisD, are you using the Live CD?01:21
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NemesisDnewuser00, nope, its installed on the hard drive, feisty01:21
kitchebrussel: no since it should just work01:21
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defconi have vista installed on /dev/sda2 and I need to add it to grub, how do I do this quickly01:21
kitched4rkmonkey: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg reconfigure X01:21
newuser00NemesisD, your welcome =/01:22
d4rkmonkeyo_O01:22
unagii installed vista first grub found it automatically01:22
d4rkmonkeykitche, can I do that from the live CD?01:22
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brusselkitche: it's not, doesn't light up my memory stick as does the same motherboard on another computer that is running xp01:22
kitched4rkmonkey: yes01:22
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d4rkmonkeyok01:22
d4rkmonkeyI'm going to try that thenm01:22
kitchebrussel: dmesg see what it says01:22
ChangedNickubuntu comes on one disc, to install Kdevelop and other packages, one has to download from the internet?01:22
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defcongrub did not find vista01:22
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kitcheChangedNick: yes01:22
FFForeverHi01:22
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defconI installed grub manually01:22
unagibrb defcon01:22
ChangedNickkitche: that is bad01:22
defconunagi, thnx01:22
FFForeverhow can i enable mp3 support on amarok in gnome?01:23
neozonz_Hey guys, I just installed ubuntu- but I don't remember ever setting a root password :o01:23
d4rkmonkeyif it doesn't work, I'll write down error01:23
neozonz_is it defaulted to something?01:23
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brusselkitche: dmesg says usb 2-2.2: device not accepting address 8, error -3201:23
ChangedNickkitche: for the one who has low speed internet01:23
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joshritgercan someone please tell me how to mount a ntfs drive in 7.04 so i read write access01:23
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Brandenwhat do i need to type to allow my samba share folder to be writable or new files added, i already typed writable = yes01:23
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usr13In the case of: KERNEL=="eth*", SYSFS{address}=="00:12:34:fe:dc:ba", NAME="eth0"01:23
kitcheChangedNick: not really just apt-get install <package> if you have low speed internet like dialup then a base install should have all you want unless you need more then a typical user needs01:24
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kitchebrussel: sounds like a hardware problem01:24
usr13would address need to be replaced with IP address? or is it not necessary?01:24
fatdiggerkitche: i dug through all that information, i still really do not understand. I just want to be able to mount a harddrive, im pretty new to linux and i would like to be able to set myself as superuser so i can mount the silly thing.01:24
kitchefatdigger: sudo will give you superuser powers\01:25
neozonz_nm got it, thanks everyone01:25
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fatdiggerkitche: i cant figure out how to manuever the command lines01:25
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unagii dont understand gnome themes01:26
kitchefatdigger: sudo mount /dev/<device> <mount point> but gnome should have auto mounted it for you01:26
joshritgercan someone help me with mounting a ntfs drive so i can get read write acess01:26
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xenonhi01:26
kitche!ntfs-3 | joshritger01:26
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ntfs-3 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:26
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fatdiggerkitche: it did as dev/sba301:26
unagi!ntfs-config01:26
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ntfs-config - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:26
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kitche!ntfs-3g | joshritger01:26
ubotujoshritger: ntfs-3g is a Linux driver which allows read/write access to NTFS partitions. Installation instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MountingWindowsPartitions01:26
unagi!ntfs01:26
ubotuTo view your Windows/Mac partitions see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions . For write access see !ntfs-3g or !fuse01:26
fatdiggerkitche: but i can't open it, or use it01:26
kitchesigh always forget the g01:26
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cuppsIs anyone here good with using SopCast (command line, not in wine)?01:27
kitchefatdigger: then you have to mount it with a umask=0222 most likely01:27
fatdiggerkitche: i have another partition that's mounted in media... thats where im trying to get my extgernal to go01:27
defconi have vista installed on /dev/sda2 and I need to add it to grub, how do I do this quickly, I installed ubuntu then vista after, then reinstaled grub after vista install01:27
unagisigh ive gotten bluetooth to work on ubuntu so i know its possible01:27
unagiso annoying01:27
fatdiggerkitche: what is unmask=022201:27
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kitchefatdigger: allows users to access the volume01:27
unagi!gnome themes01:27
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about gnome themes - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:27
bruenigumask=222 is read and execute for all usrs01:27
bruenigusers01:27
zipperI'm having trouble running quake3 in linux. The game "works" perfectly, except i cannot use my mouse at all01:27
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bruenig!botabuse | unagi01:27
ubotuunagi: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (see also !Bot). Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops...01:27
fatdiggerkitche: what is the command01:28
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zipperany hints?01:28
kitchefatdigger: sudo mount -t <filesystem> /dev/sda3 /media/<mount> umask=022201:28
mwe-o01:28
bruenigI thought umask went after -o01:28
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mweright01:28
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cuppsCan anyone help me with SopCast?01:29
neozonz_A general networking question, if my computer is acting as a dhcp server, and I have internet coming in from my isp, does my dhcp server require 2 nics to route that internet to other computers?01:29
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bruenig!repeat | cupps01:29
ubotucupps: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. You can search https://help.ubuntu.com or http://wiki.ubuntu.com while you wait. Also see !patience01:29
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fatdiggerkitche: it gave me permissin denied01:29
mwesudo mount -o blih -t blah /dev/bleh /bloh/bluh01:30
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shavexwhere can i find good skydomes?01:30
RoAkSoAxneozonz_ yep01:30
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bruenigshavex, beryl-look.org perhaps01:30
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treefingersHow do you come back from away with XChat?01:30
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zipper!quake01:30
ubotuQuake runs natively under Ubuntu - See http://zerowing.idsoftware.com/linux/quake4/ for details01:31
cupps!sopcast01:31
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about sopcast - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:31
bruenig!patience | cupps01:31
ubotucupps: The people here are volunteers, your attitude may determine how fast you are helped.  Not everyone is available all the time, likewise not every answer is available instantly. See also http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines01:31
shavexthank you!01:31
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fatdiggerkitche: how doi give myself permission to mount this sucka?01:31
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bruenigfatdigger, you should not get a permission denied if you are using sudo01:31
fatdiggerkitche: what?01:32
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kitchetreefingers: /away most likely01:32
KnuxQ: how do I update from 6.06 to 7 (without CD and full reinstall)?01:32
bruenigKnux, update to 6.10 and then again to 7.0401:33
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Knuxhow?01:33
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KnuxI mean01:33
PriceChild!upgrade | Knux01:33
unagianyone know anything about bluetooth?01:33
ubotuKnux: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes01:33
kitchefatdigger: with sudo you should not get a permission denied error I told you about 3 times how to mount it01:33
kitchefatdigger: though the terminal01:33
worthawholebeanHey, does the newest Ubuntu have support for EFI and Intel Macs?01:33
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Knuxthx01:33
|thunderintel macs yes, efi ?01:33
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beeridariI just have to say there is something about ubuntu that I *love* that it does better than most of the big distros...01:33
fatdiggerbruenig: im in sudo man, thats what it said01:33
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ufoeraseris there a program like superkaramba for gnome?01:34
bruenigfatdigger, what do you mean you are in sudo01:34
beeridariroot@orca:~# apt-get remove emacs01:34
beeridari Package emacs is not installed, so not removed01:34
beeridariw00t01:34
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treefingerskitche: nope just says you are already away01:34
|thunderbruenig; lol01:34
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fatdiggerbruenig: im in the terminal and used the sudo command01:34
ufoeraser?01:34
|thundersudo bash maybe, lol01:34
|thunderahhhh01:34
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|thundersude b4 each command01:34
bruenigfatdigger, do echo $UID01:34
bruenigfatdigger, paste it01:35
|thunderfatdigger; 'sudo bash' does what you are thinking01:35
eboyjrCan I ask a question about The Gimp here?01:35
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shaw2I can't get the video to display any more in VLC.  Can anyone help me with that please?01:35
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worthawholebeaneboyjr, go to #gimp on irc.gimp.org01:35
eboyjrworthawholebean: ok01:35
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fatdiggerbruenig: it said "1000"01:35
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newuser00what kind of extention is used for the .exe equivalent in ubuntu? :S01:35
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tekryanHello. I recently installed ubuntu on my computer and I can't get my wireless adapter to work with it. I searched google and posted on ubuntu forums and still no help does anyone in here know anything concerning configuring/setting up?01:36
|thundernewuser00; isnt one, anything can be a binary01:36
kitchenewuser00: there isn't one01:36
bruenigfatdigger, ok so when you do the sudo mount command, it asks you for your password, you give it and then it does what01:36
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BorisWhen I run "grub-install --root-directory=/media/floppy '(fd0)'" I get "The file /media/floppy/boot/grub/stage1 not read correctly."01:36
Flannel!wifi | tekryan01:36
ubotutekryan: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs01:36
tekryanI read that too01:36
tekryanLike it says01:36
tekryando apt get01:36
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tekryanbut to do that you have to be connected in first place01:36
newuser00|thunder & kitche, thank you both01:36
tekryano.001:36
fatdiggerbruenig: look sudo mount -t <filesystem> /dev/sda3 /media/<mount> umask=022201:37
|thundernewuser00; ls -la should maybe show some x's in the permissions for the file to run. always prefix a binary with a reletive or absolute path.   ./  works dandy01:37
fatdiggerwoops01:37
bruenigfatdigger, you have to edit those01:37
fatdiggerbruenig: here kyle@sabis:~$ sudo mount -t ntfs> /dev/sda3 /media/> umask=022201:37
fatdiggerbash: /dev/sda3: Permission denied01:37
fatdiggerkyle@sabis:~$ sude01:37
fatdiggerbash: sude: command not found01:37
fatdiggerkyle@sabis:~$  echo $UID01:37
fatdigger100001:37
Flanneltekryan: not necessarily, no.  What are you trying to apt-get? Or, where are you?01:37
fatdiggerkyle@sabis:~$ sudo mount -t ntfs> /dev/sda3 /media/> umask=022201:37
Flannel!paste | fatdigger01:37
ubotufatdigger: 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 (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)01:37
fatdiggerbash: /dev/sda3: Permission denied01:37
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fatdiggerkyle@sabis:~$01:37
fatdiggerthat's what i was trying to paste01:37
tekryanI am on my winbox right now. I have it dual partitioned.01:37
|Carreradid you sudo bash ?01:37
tekryanI am trying to do the ndislite thing01:37
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Flanneltekryan: that's fine.  What are you trying to install per those docs?01:37
BorisHas anyone here made a GRUB boot disk?01:38
treefingersAnyone know how to come back from away on XChat, /away doesn't do it01:38
bruenigfatdigger, ok change ntfs> to ntfs, and change /media/> to /media/somerealactualmountpoint, and change umask=0222 to -o umask=022201:38
|thundertreefingers; /back ?01:38
treefingersthanks01:38
|thundernp01:38
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Knuxdownloading at 812k/sec+.. it will be fast01:38
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tekryanI don't know. It gives me a list of things to do but from what I can tell it says to DL applications from the internet01:38
tekryanHole on let me get link01:38
tekryanHold*01:38
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Wikkedfin^hello01:39
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tekryanFor example even here https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WirelessNetworking01:39
tekryanYou see there is wireless or whatever01:39
tekryanIt doesn't show that on mine01:39
tekryanIt shows ether and modem01:39
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nivekc1anyone know how i can get the xbox 360 controller (wired usb) working in ubuntu 7.04?01:40
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juesHi There, can anyone tell me how to get sound from my firewire sound card?  I have setup jackd and it appears to be working - but I don't know what I need to do to get system sounds playing from it?  thanks01:40
Thaddeusnivekc1: no idea01:40
Siph0nnivekc1: i dunno exactyl,but on the forum there are threads about exactly that01:40
OmegaCentijrib: didn't know about getent. neat command01:40
Flanneltekryan: did you go to https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WirelessTroubleShootingGuide, to troubleshoot when it doesn't show up?01:41
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Siph0nnivekc1: so it should just be an easy thread search....01:41
StrongArmhelp i get this error when I run apt-get:  sudo apt-get install clamav01:41
StrongArmPassword:01:41
StrongArmE: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (11 Resource temporarily unavailable)01:41
StrongArmE: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), is another process using it?01:41
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unagican someone tell me why when i try to install a gnome theme it works for everything except the windows?01:41
nivekc1what forum?01:41
Wikkedfin^is there any good apps for ubuntu 7.04 to make music...?01:41
bruenigStrongArm, close synaptic01:41
StrongArmok01:41
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tekryanNo Flannel, I will check that now01:41
Siph0nnivekc1: ubuntuforums.org01:41
DjViperWikkedfin^: you should look at Ubuntu Studio01:41
alecwhIs it possible to run Windows Vista, XP, and OSX on Ubuntu?01:41
FlannelStrongArm: close other package maangers you hae open01:41
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Flannelalecwh: on?  or along side?01:42
kitchealecwh: umm OSX no but what do you mean on01:42
Wikkedfin^thx DjViper01:42
bruenigunagi, depends on the theme, probably just bad on the guy who created its end01:42
StrongArmthanks bruenig, Flannel01:42
fatdiggerit said: mount: /dev/sda3 already mounted or /media/ busy01:42
fatdiggermount: according to mtab, /dev/sda3 is mounted on /01:42
fatdigger but that's a lie01:42
alecwhI mean, like, INSIDE Ubuntu. Like, Parallels with Mac.01:42
joshritgeri am trying to setup a shared folder with samba and i can see the samba computer but not access it with my windows box. I need to know how I set up a password for the samba folder01:42
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Flannelalecwh: sure.  There's virtualization software available for linux.01:42
newuser00|thunder, i dont understand that very well, i installed linux for the first time 2 days ago... what im trying to do is find the file that launches a program in the list of installed files, since i cant find the program anywhere >.< it says its in the utils section, but i dont see any section with that name or similar (my ubuntu is not in english)01:42
fatdiggerbruenig  it said: mount: /dev/sda3 already mounted or /media/ busy01:42
fatdigger<fatdigger> mount: according to mtab, /dev/sda3 is mounted on /01:42
fatdigger<fatdigger>  but that's a lie01:42
alecwhIs OSX a possiblilitY?01:42
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sn0wwhere can i go for compiz specific questions01:43
|Carreraa possibility for what?01:43
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Flannelalecwh: I dont see why not. Assuming OSX can be run virtualized anywhere, it can be run virtualized in ubuntu.01:43
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tekryanFlannel,  Yes - works from the install CD; NOTE: hard lockups if network-manager is used to activate the interface; WEP and WPA functionality unknown01:43
bruenigfatdigger, sudo umount /dev/sda3 ; sudo mkdir /media/sda3 ; sudo mount -t ntfs -o umask=222 /dev/sda3 /media/sda301:43
tekryanIs it talking about the linksys install cd?01:43
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Wikkedfin^DjViper do you personaly use Ubuntu Studio?01:43
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Flanneltekryan: No, I think that's talking about the Ubuntu install CD.01:43
unagiit happens on every theme i install01:44
alecwhCan anyone confirm that Mac OS X can run on Virtualization software on Ubuntu?01:44
fatdiggerbruenig: umount: /: device is busy01:44
fatdiggerumount: /: device is busy01:44
fatdiggercurious01:44
bruenigfatdigger, are you sure your ntfs drive is /dev/sda301:44
d4rkmonkeykitche, that didn't work. When i did sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg reconfigure X, I got some error saying something about reconfigure package not installed01:44
sn0wim on amd64 but the compiz-settings package is only 386, so i had to use sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture to install it01:44
dockane_hi.. i am affected by the following problem on a thinkpad t22: http://www.thinkwiki.org/wiki/Problem_with_3Com_10/100_Ethernet_card_not_being_recognized01:44
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DjViperWikkedfin^: no, but thats what I'd use if I was going to make music :)01:44
justinbI'm looking for Ubuntu WarDriving apps...know of any good ones?01:44
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d4rkmonkeywhats wardriving?01:44
sn0wnow i get an error about not being able to find a shared library for libXcomposite.so.101:44
DjViperWikkedfin^: its ubuntu + a lot of audio/video apps01:44
Flanneljustinb: the usual ones should be available in the repos.01:45
kitchefatdigger: umm you entered the wrong command01:45
justinbd4rkmonkey...it's where you drive around and log wifi signals01:45
justinbFlannel...I didn't see any01:45
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Flanneljustinb: you probably want to enable universe.01:45
fatdiggerbruenig: its not sda2 or 1 which are differnt drives01:45
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bruenigfatdigger, do sudo fdisk -l01:45
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justinbFlannel. Have it enabled.01:45
newuser00|thunder ty tho01:45
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justinblike the ones they list are for web cracking and such01:46
tekryanFlannel, thanks for your help, i'm going to try some things. I don't know if I necessarily need ndiswrap or not....kind of vague on the instructions01:46
unagino one has any ideas huh01:46
OmegaCentiFlannel: did you try tdl?01:46
DjViperunagi: what happens every time you install what?01:46
bruenigunagi, people who create themes aren't gods, they make mistakes, I think you greatly overestimate the legitimacy of stuff you find01:46
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OmegaCentiFlannel: could I get that hardline again? I didn't see anything in the guide about that01:46
bruenigunagi, they are people, they err01:47
FlannelOmegaCenti: not yet, haven't had time.  But read up about it.  Looks handy01:47
kitchefatdigger: /dev/sda2 /dev/sda1 is the same drive different partitions01:47
fatdiggerbruenig: ahh, its not sda3, thats actually my linux drive... my external isnt even listed; besides i think i named it "dad"01:47
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fatdiggerbruenig: is there a "find hardware cmd in sudo"01:47
FlannelOmegaCenti: in ~/.screenrc : hardstatus alwayslastline "%{wb}[ %?%-Lw%?%{bw} %n*%f %t %{wb}%?%+Lw%? ] %= %{wb}[ %m/%d %c ] "01:47
unagiso basically there is no consistent theme out there and everyone is making the same mistake which also includes the theme not even showing up in the theme manager?01:47
DjViperfatdigger: lspci / lsusb01:47
bruenigfatdigger, unplug the external drive, plug it back in, then wait a few seconds and do dmesg to see what it names the thing01:47
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bruenigfatdigger, also stop saying in sudo, you are in the kernel01:48
shavexwhere is a good room to go to find out how to fix my sound problem?01:48
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Peloshavex, this would be it01:48
unagii dont know how much more clearly i can state it pelo01:48
bruenigunagi, you are probably installing compiz themes or something01:49
mariocesar_bohi all, i want to install this app http://www.geogebra.org/cms/index.php?option=com_content&task=blogcategory&id=72&Itemid=58&lang=en01:49
Pelounagi,  I just joined, I didnT' see your original statement01:49
OmegaCentiFlannel: WOW, that hardline rocks01:49
unagiwhat themes should i be installing for gnome then01:49
mariocesar_boi follow all the instructions to install java on ubuntu01:49
Pelo!sound | shavex start here01:49
ubotushavex start here: If you're having problems with sound, first ensure ALSA is selected, by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (ALSA Mixer). If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP301:49
mariocesar_bobut i can't run it.01:49
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sn0wim on amd64 but the compiz-settings package is only 386, so i had to use sudo dpkg -i --force-architecture to install it01:49
sn0wnow i get an error about not being able to find a shared library for libXcomposite.so.101:49
mariocesar_boit's first time i want to use java, so i am a little lost :)01:49
unagi?01:49
Pelounagi,  the metacity themes  from www.gnome-look.org and www.art-gnome.com01:50
darwin81My cursor disappears whenever a page is loading in Firefox.01:50
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unagiim on gnome-look.org and was downloading gtk01:50
OmegaCenti!gtk01:50
ubotuGTK is the !GIMP toolkit, which forms the base of !GNOME and is used by many applications to provide a !GUI01:50
bruenig!find libXomposite.so.101:50
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bruenig!find libXcomposite.so.101:50
ubotuPackage/file libxomposite.so.1 does not exist in feisty01:50
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ubotuPackage/file libxcomposite.so.1 does not exist in feisty01:50
unagiwhat is gtk then01:50
fatdiggerbruenig: theres a listing for the device I cannot discern a name except "usb mass storage", however nothing popped up in the gui01:50
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sn0wtry with capital X01:50
bruenigfatdigger, keep doing dmesg01:51
bruenigsn0w, I did, it converts it to undercase before the search01:51
sn0wah01:51
sn0wwell i have a binary for it01:51
bruenigsn0w, get apt-file, it will let you do that on your machine01:51
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bruenigand won't mess with caps01:51
Pelounagi,  just look to the themes in the metacity category  http://gnome-look.org/index.php?xcontentmode=101&PHPSESSID=443282a7ba24199e5cf1fe6e5dda513d01:51
UbuntuI am on a Live CD boot right now. What options should I use when prompted for partition information if I want to retain all of the information currently on the hard drive?01:51
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sn0woh i think i may have found the problem, those library files are i my lib64 and lib folder but not lib3201:52
PeloUbuntu,  are you currently a linux user ?01:52
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sn0wim going to just try to copy em in there and hope magic comes through for me again01:52
UbuntuYes. I use linux at work. I'm not real familiar with disk partitions however.01:52
bruenigsn0w, well I figured as much, you are probably going to need the 32 bit libs, that is why I was trying to find the package for that01:53
unagimetacity still doesnt add the theme to my list01:53
d4rkmonkeyomg. this laptop hates ubuntu01:53
PeloUbuntu,  ok , lets try that again,  is there a linux installed on this computer ?01:53
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bruenigd4rkmonkey, shouldn't have bought it01:53
sn0wyea i wish i could jsut find the source for compiz-settings but the only mirror i found was down01:53
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yellow_chickenif i press the print_screen_key on keyboard, it takes a screen shot of my entire desktop, how to take only a selected window? (active screen shot)01:53
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UbuntuPelo: ah, no. Sorry. Currently Windows XP01:53
Pelounagi,  you download the tar.gz file and drag drop on the theme dialog box01:53
bruenigyellow_chicken, alt+print screen maybe01:53
fatdiggerbruenig: heres what it says http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/27891/01:54
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unagistill doesnt show up01:54
bruenigfatdigger, you see it says sdb101:54
fatdiggerah yes01:54
PeloUbuntu,  ok,  first you will go in  menu > system > admin > gnome partition editor,    you will need to unmount , and then resize the ntfs partition ,  you'll need at least 10-15 gig to install ubuntu01:54
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bruenigfatdigger, so do, sudo mkdir /media/sdb1; sudo mount -t ntfs -o umask=222 /dev/sdb1 /media/sdb101:54
fatdiggerbruenig: that "file" is in my media directory already.... then why can't i acess it?01:55
yellow_chickenbruenig: ah.. thanks01:55
sn0wbruenig i found the 32bit libs online, im going to try to just throw em in there01:55
Pelounagi,  unpack the tar-gz file,  sometimes,  it contains multipkle tar-gz files for versions of the theme those would be the ones you need to drop in the theme manager01:55
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unagii did that through process of elimination.....but whether i install the pack or drag and drop it just asks me if i want to make that my theme or keep current theme and does not show up in the list01:56
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Pelounagi,  it is also possibly that those are only theme portions,   you won'T see them in the main window,  you will need to go into the detail ?  sub dialog01:56
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sn0wbruenig ugh, now a new library its complaining about, i have a bad feeling that im going to be chasing down 32bit libs for a while01:56
UbuntuPelo: Thanks. I am trying to unmount the partition. I have one listed. I cannot select unmount as it is greyed out from the selection menu.01:56
bruenigsn0w, I don't get why people use 6401:56
fatdiggerbruenig: dude you did it, will these settings retain permanently? or will i have to do this everytime i unplug it?01:56
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PeloUbuntu,   it would be a good idea to defrag your ntfs partition  and back up your important data befor you resize01:57
PeloUbuntu,  if unmount is greyedout it probably means the partition is already unmounted01:57
sn0wbruenig, what do you mean, pretty much all modern laptops you can buy today are 64bit01:57
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d4rkmonkeyDoes anyone know anything about installing Feisty on a HP Compaq 6710b?01:57
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bruenigsn00p, right but you can run 32 bit on them01:57
bruenigsn0w,01:57
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Pelod4rkmonkey,  are you having a specific issue ?01:58
UbuntuPelo: I think I will consider investing in a second hard drive then as I have 75+ GB of data that I need. Thanks for your help though.01:58
sn0wbruenig ah, like why even install the 64bit ubuntu in the first place, ya good point01:58
d4rkmonkeypelo, I'm not exactly sure01:58
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d4rkmonkeywell... kinda01:58
PeloUbuntu,  that's what I did01:58
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bruenigfatdigger, if you put this line in your /etc/fstab you should be able to just do sudo mount /dev/sdb1 each time: "/dev/sdb1 /media/sdb1 ntfs umask=222 0 0"01:58
d4rkmonkeyI'm having alot of issues with Xorg Pelo01:58
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Pelod4rkmonkey,  the usual problem has to do with the videocard,  what is yours ?01:58
darwin81My cursor disappears whenever a page is loading in Firefox.01:59
d4rkmonkeyuhhh I'm not exactly sure, let me do a quick search01:59
bruenigfatdigger, if you put this line in your /etc/fstab you should be able to just do sudo mount /dev/sdb1 each time: "/dev/sdb1 /media/sdb1 ntfs defaults,umask=222 0 0"01:59
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bruenigleft out the defaults01:59
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bruenignot sure how great that is, probably better way to do it but whatever, that will work02:00
unagiwhat is a decent osx dock02:00
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Pelokxdockers,  avant ,  there are a few others but I don't know the names02:00
bruenigunagi, xfce has it built into the panel02:00
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bruenigadesklets has a dock so does gdesklets02:00
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unagi!xfce02:01
ubotuxubuntu is Ubuntu with Xfce instead of Gnome. For more info, see http://www.xubuntu.org and http://wiki.ubuntu.com/Xubuntu/ - To install from Ubuntu: "sudo apt-get install xubuntu-desktop". | For support, see #xubuntu | See also: !ubuntu and !xubuntu-channels02:01
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d4rkmonkeyPelo, I'm not exactly sure (I'm too lazy to have to deal with this vista crap I don't want to have to go into the control panel), but on the HP website, on my model under Graphics/Audio it says that the "Graphics Subsystem Name" is Intel Graphics Media Accelerator X310002:01
javimansillahi there. There is not support any more for breezies?02:01
bruenigjavimansilla, no02:01
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d4rkmonkeyjavimansilla upgrade?02:02
Pelod4rkmonkey,  ok , that's a new one to me,    can you boot the live cd at all ? do you get the deskop ?02:02
javimansillaso, if I want to use aptitude I should upgrade ... :-/02:02
Pelod4rkmonkey,  more to the point,  did you install or are you still trying ?02:02
d4rkmonkeyTrying02:02
bruenigjavimansilla, you should upgrade anyways since breezy isn't supported anymore02:02
javimansillahow should I do the upgrade? Can any of you guys help me with that?02:02
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d4rkmonkeyI keep on getting Xorg errors02:02
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d4rkmonkeyI tried sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver -xorg reconfigure X, but when I did that it said something like reconfigure: package not available02:03
bruenigjavimansilla, at this point it is probably best to get the fiesty cd and fresh install, else you will need to upgrade to 6.06, then 6.10, then 7.04, so three different upgrades, likely going to have some breakage02:03
nivekc1anyone know how to get a joypad to work on super tux02:03
TexasTazMan this is going to be tuff to get working02:03
Pelod4rkmonkey,  ok ,  well , try it with the alternate install cd , it is text based,  it will install a vesa driver so you can boot the desktop and deal with the driver issue after02:03
lonnieHow does one get NICs  to be assigned consistent names?02:03
bruenig!xconfig | d4rkmonkey02:03
ubotud4rkmonkey: To reconfigure your X server, open a console and type  sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg  - To configure only the driver and resolution, type  sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg -phigh  - See also !FixRes02:03
Pelobruenig,  not installed yet02:03
lonnieKERNEL=="eth*", SYSFS{address}=="00:0C:41:E8:BB:25", NAME="eth1"02:03
d4rkmonkeyok I'll try that then, thanks bruenig02:03
javimansillabruenig: ummm, it does not sound nice :-(02:03
d4rkmonkeyor not..02:03
d4rkmonkeypelo?02:04
bruenigPelo, what?02:04
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javimansillabruenig: why don't just stop in 6.04 ?02:04
Pelod4rkmonkey,  won'T hurt to try anyway02:04
bruenigit looks like his command was wrong02:04
d4rkmonkeyok I guess I'll try then02:04
bruenighe did xorg -xserver02:04
lonnieSorry, but I tried the above line in  /etc/udev/rules.d/25-iftab.rules  but had no effect.02:04
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javimansillaI mean, I don't have any installers handy02:04
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lonnieDid I edit the wrong file?02:04
Pelobruenig,  he hasn'T installed  ubuntu yet02:04
bruenigPelo, oh02:05
bruenigjavimansilla, you can do that if you want, upgrade to 6.06 and stop02:05
bruenig!upgrade | javimansilla02:05
ubotujavimansilla: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes02:05
Pelod4rkmonkey,   dl the atlternate install cd ,  and install from that02:05
javimansillathanks02:05
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Djordjehello people02:05
Pelo!hardware | d4rkmonkey  also look up your comp here,  jsut in case02:05
ubotud4rkmonkey  also look up your comp here,  jsut in case: For lists of supported hardware on Ubuntu see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport02:05
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cafuegolonnie: You add the interface definition to /etc/iftab.02:06
cafuegolonnie: eth0 mac 00:0f:ea:48:76:23 arp 102:07
cafuegoeth1 mac 00:10:5a:7f:f8:41 arp 102:07
cafuegoetc02:07
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lonnieafuego: Thanks, I'll try that.02:07
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dominicushow can I make the Ubuntu equivalent of a batch file?02:08
tntcodahow can i configure the automounter settings in ubuntu? Specifically i dont want it to add icons to the desktop02:08
speaker219dominicus, sh script, search on google02:08
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bruenig!icons | tntcoda02:08
ubotutntcoda: Want to see volume/trash icons on the desktop? Go to /apps/nautilus/desktop in gconf-editor (Gnome) or go to http://kudos.berlios.de/kf/kisimlar/tipsntrix.html#showtrash (KDE)02:08
Pelodominicus, http://www.linuxcommand.org/index.php02:08
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dominicusok02:09
alesan_dominicus, search the bash howto (there's also the advanced one)02:09
bruenigdominicus, what are you looking for this script to do02:09
dominicusi just one it as basic as it gets02:09
sn0wbruenig i'm seriously considering just reinstalling with the 32bit disc, anychance of doing that without losing everything?02:09
Pelotntcoda,  you can change that in  gconf-editor   /apps/nautilus/desktop   uncheck the show volume icon   option , or soemting like that02:09
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bruenigsn0w, backup02:09
dominicusjust 'xvnc4viewer 192.168.123.102'02:09
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tntcodabruenig: thanks but thats no what i meant, I have added 2 CIFS shares to fstab, and the automounting service has added 2 icons for them to the desktop, i need to get rid of them02:10
CppIsWeirdthere any way to make the buttons for my window list not fade when they are not active?\02:10
dominicusbruening: all I want is to run this: 'xvnc4viewer 192.168.123.102'02:10
m1ri went install conky but i get error, guys from conky said i have xorg.conf font problem , http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/27892/02:10
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alesan_"I have long felt that most computers today do not use electricity. They instead seem to be powered by the "pumping" motion of the mouse!" <- ahahah02:11
alesan_Pelo, great website02:11
bruenigdominicus, I am not a gerund: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/27894/02:11
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dominicusi'll try that thanks02:11
bruenigtntcoda, that is exactly what you mean02:11
Peloalesan_ is that one there ? I didn'T notice02:11
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bruenigtntcoda, volume icons on desktop02:11
alesan_Pelo, yes on "Why bother"02:12
packman86hey im new here. what do i do here?02:12
lonniecafuego:  can I just restart the network to see if it works?02:12
bruenigdominicus, put that in a text file, make it executable with chmod +x whateveryounamethefile02:12
dominicusk02:12
Peloalesan_,  I found that site a year ago when I started with ubuntu,  I jumped straight to the stuff I needed, didnT' realy read the rest02:12
tntcodabruenig: sorry, im using kde but that link you sent doesnt seem to be relevant to volume icons?02:12
cafuegolonnie: You will probably need to rmmod the network drivers too02:12
bruenigdominicus, then you can run it with ./whateveryounamethefile. Or if you put the file in /usr/local/bin/whateveryounamethefile you can just run it with whateveryounamethefile02:12
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bruenigtntcoda, oh kde02:12
bruenigtntcoda, #kubuntu02:13
tntcodaok thanks02:13
cafuegolonnie: so a reboot is probbaly easier (if annoying)02:13
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lonniecafuego: ok, thanks02:13
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dominicusbruenig: I though chmod was for changing permissions? I don't need 'sudo' to run that command, by the way02:14
bruenigdominicus, I never said anything about sudo02:14
bruenigdominicus, and chmod is for changing permissions, you are giving it executable permissions02:15
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Ax3i installed an application using a .deb package . I want to uninstall it and replace it with an older build.  what's the process for doing this?02:16
Stormx2Ax3: sudo apt-get remove packagename02:16
bruenigAx3, sudo dpkg -r package, sudo dpkg -i newoldpackage02:16
Flannelyou probably want --purge with that as well02:16
KtravagliniAx3, rm -fr * usually fixes everything =-p02:16
Ktravaglinijk02:16
Ktravaglini^_^02:16
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FlannelKtravaglini: That sort of stuff is liable to get you banned.02:17
Ktravaglinisry02:17
dominicusbruenig: so I put the code into a text file named 'xp-connect', I navigated to the Desktop via terminal and entered 'chmod +x xp-connect'. nothing changed02:17
Ktravaglinijust a simple haha 1 time joke02:17
ShackJackHi all - doing another install of Ubuntu - just wanted some feedback re: partitioning... I usually make RAM * 1.5 for swap, 8-10GB for / and the rest for /home... Just wondering if that's O.K. for average desktop system or if anyone recommends others for /boot /var, etc...02:17
Ax3Ktravaglini, that was my first instinct..... lmao02:17
bruenigdominicus, now do ./xp-connect02:17
dominicusok02:17
Ktravaglinilol02:17
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dominicusbruening: thanks!02:18
Ax3thanks Stormx2  / bruenig will try now02:18
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KtravagliniI am back - Sleep...ugh i kill ZS and FB - Left at 17:20:03 - Gone for 2days 23hrs 1min 11secs02:19
Ktravagliniwtf02:19
Ktravagliniwoops02:20
kitche!away | Ktravaglini02:20
ubotuKtravaglini: You should avoid changing your nick in a busy channel like #ubuntu - it causes unrequired scrolling which is unfair on new users. The same goes for using noisy away messages : use the command "/away <reason>" to set your client away silently - See also !Guidelines02:20
Ktravaglinii now =-p02:20
Ktravaglinii didnt think it was on02:20
Ktravaglini=-p02:20
ProN00buhm, i just made a new partition with gparted02:20
ProN00bwill it be detected on reboot ?02:21
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javimansillawhen from update-manager I want to update from 5.10 to 6.06 I got this: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/27896/ What I'm doing wrong?02:21
PeloProN00b, yes but it won'T be mounted unless you add it to fstab02:21
unagianyone know anything about DUN with bluetooth?02:22
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ProN00bPelo, thats what i wanted to know02:23
ShackJackAny takers on my partition question? doing another install of Ubuntu - just wanted some feedback re: partitioning... I usually make RAM * 1.5 for swap, 8-10GB for / and the rest for /home... Just wondering if that's O.K. for average desktop system or if anyone recommends others for /boot /var, etc...02:23
sivikanyone have any good luck with a ati 1150x in a laptop02:23
Pelounagi,  specific questions are usualy more likely to gef you an answer02:23
ProN00bPelo, when i installed ubuntu fstab was autogenerated, how do i have it update02:23
Reverend_KurtzI used the program installer in the apps tab to install azureus, but where does it install it to?02:23
sivikATI RADEON Xpress115002:23
imbecilehey guys, how would i install gimp-svn?02:23
Reverend_Kurtzi don't know how to tell firefox to use azureous to open torrents02:23
PeloProN00b, you need to edit it manualy,   gksu  gedit /etc/fstab02:24
ProN00bimbecile, svn, why do you need it from svn ?02:24
ProN00bPelo, there must be a gui way to do it02:24
PeloProN00b, just copy one of the other lines,  and make appropriate modifications02:24
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PeloProN00b, nope that 's how you do it02:24
unagianyone know why when i try to connect with bluetooth DUN and i put in the pin it says pairing failed and connection refused?02:24
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imbecileProN00b,  its a dependency02:24
Pelounagi,  linux is case sensitive, that might be the problem02:25
ProN00bimbecile, you sure its not svg instead of svn ?02:25
unagii didnt know numebrs had a case02:25
kitchePelo: ProN00b well gksu gedit /etc/fstab but you still have to manually edit it02:25
kitchePelo: ah I see you said it already :)02:25
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ProN00bi want a gui way02:25
ProN00bthis is unacceptable !02:25
PeloProN00b, try windows then02:25
newuser01can anyone help me make the thumb buttons work on a Logiteck Clik! Plus mouse with ubuntu feisty?02:25
PeloProN00b, technicaly, this is gui,   cli is something else02:26
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Lunar_LampI think my pc's BIOS is detecting 1gb of ram, but ubuntu is only detecting 512 - I have just upgraded from a single stick of 256 to two sticks of 512.  Why would this happen?02:26
Pelo!mouse | newuser0102:26
ubotunewuser01: Enabling extra mouse buttons: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ManyButtonsMouseHowto  - Enabling serial mouse: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SerialMouseHowto02:26
ProN00bPelo, do i need to create a folder in /media ?02:26
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imbecileProN00b,  oops yeah it is svg.. my bad02:26
unagi_this is so frustrating02:27
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PeloProN00b,  there or eslewhere,  but yes,  you need to create a mount point    sudo mkdir /path/of/your/choice     ,  in /mnt or in /media ,   /media will dislpay the folder on your desktop02:27
newuser01Pelo & ubotu, thank you both, tho im not sure what the !mouse means... is it something i should type in the console?02:27
ProN00bimbecile, well search for it in synaptic or whatever you use as a package manager... (console way is apt-get install gaim-svg)02:27
d4rkmonkeysudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg didn't work02:27
Pelonewtubuntu,   ubotu  is a bot  ,  !mouse is the trigger for the links ubotu displayed02:28
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d4rkmonkeypelo, do you know of any other way to fix the xorg issues I'm having with my comp?02:28
Pelod4rkmonkey,  I didn'T think it would,   you need to use the alternate install cd,02:28
Pelo!alternate | d4rkmonkey02:28
ubotud4rkmonkey: 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 - See also !Minimal02:28
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ProN00bPelo, i just resized a partition and even tho it mounts correctly to /media it doesn#t appear on the desktop anymore02:28
newuser01oh, thanx :P02:28
unagi_i cant believe no one is able to help =(\02:29
PeloProN00b,  you will need to restart X02:29
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tds5016hrm. for some reason I'm unable to archive my home folder into a .tar.gz. but it appears to finish archiving, and then the file isn't there.02:29
sabayonlive-2434hi all02:29
PeloProN00b,  and you donT' mount to /media,  you mount to a dir inside /media like  /media/folder02:29
bruenigtds5016, what is your command02:29
tds5016I'm just using archive manager.02:29
ProN00bPelo, ya, i didn't specify a dir at all actually02:29
unagi_does anyone know how to pair a phone and ubuntu?02:30
ponicgHow well supported is the NVS 140M? I seem to have read that it might not work.02:30
d4rkmonkeyThanks for that, but I was searching google and I saw something about someone who has the same comp being able to install with the alternate CD, but wasn't able to run it02:30
ponicgunagi_, bluetooth, or what?02:30
PeloProN00b,  if you donT' specify a dir it won't get mounted at all02:30
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ponicgd4rkmonkey, what system?02:30
ProN00bPelo, it does, to default mount location in /media02:30
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d4rkmonkeyits an HP Compaq 6710b02:30
Pelod4rkmonkey,  did you check out the hardware list to see if there was something about your system ?02:30
bruenigtds5016, oh, not familiar with that, doing cd / && sudo tar czpf homebackup.tar.gz /home02:31
bruenigtds5016, should do it02:31
d4rkmonkeyuhh I searched but I couldn't find anything02:31
tds5016yeah, I should def do it cli anyhow.02:31
d4rkmonkeyI think I'm going to return this laptop and get a new one02:31
tds5016that's what I get for being lazy.02:31
Pelod4rkmonkey, the alternate install cd is still your best bet02:31
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bruenigtds5016, you might want to do czpvf, so that you can see the files scrolling across and don't get tempted to kill it02:31
Pelod4rkmonkey,   system 7 and dell make ubuntu ready laptop02:31
Pelowell sell02:31
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d4rkmonkeyI'm not sure. I might go with another HP model, just research it first.02:32
bruenigmy hp worked out of the box02:32
d4rkmonkeyMy bro's HP works too02:32
ponicgMy thinkpad t60p was pretty good02:32
brueniggranted I made sure of that before I bought it02:32
ponicgstupid ATI drivers, but shrug02:32
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tds5016bruenig, yeah, not only gthat I'd be more likely to see where it fails.02:32
ponicgwhat system do you have bruenig02:32
d4rkmonkeyI'm just gonna reasearch it first ;)02:32
Pelo!hardware | d4rkmonkey  bookmark this02:32
ubotud4rkmonkey  bookmark this: For lists of supported hardware on Ubuntu see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport02:32
tds5016I don't know what there isn't an error if it fails with archive manager.02:32
tds5016I need to grab the source code and see if I can fix it.02:32
unagi_how do u revert a conf to its originalt state02:33
Marc1d4rkmonkey: a lot depends on the hp model.  My nc6400 laptop runs ubuntu well.  including the mmc card reader02:33
bruenigponicg, hp dv6000t nvidia geforce go 7400, ipw3945 for wireless, and core duo02:33
Pelounagi_,  look for the backup file,02:33
bruenigponicg, ipw3945 is a good thing to look for02:33
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bruenigthat was the reason I went with that one02:33
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ponicgbruenig, I have ipw3945.02:34
bruenigawesome02:34
unagi_what about before that02:34
ponicgbruenig, I have a T60p... 15" 16x12 screen, ipw3945, ati firegl v5200(bleh)02:34
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ponicgthat's the only reason i dont like this machine02:34
ponicgthe firegl v520002:34
unagi_the backup isnt what id like either02:34
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Pelounagi_, it would help to know what you changed02:34
Spud__Is it possible to upgrade from 64bit Feisty Fawn to 64bit Gutsy Gibbon without wiping out all my settings and stuff?02:34
unagi_wvdial.conf02:34
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Pelolater folks02:35
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cablesHow do I find what package a specific file is from?02:35
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ponicgunagi_, What are you trying to do?02:36
FlannelSpud__: yes, normal upgrades.  Except, Gutsy is still alpha.02:36
bruenigcables, apt-file02:36
cablesbruenig, thanks02:36
ponicgIs there a way to snapshot every setting on my machine before I do a dist-upgrade?02:36
unagi_connect to the internet with my cell phone02:36
Lunar_LampI think my pc's BIOS is detecting 1gb of ram, but ubuntu is only detecting 512 - I have just upgraded from a single stick of 256 to two sticks of 512.  Why would this happen? I've tried both sticks in several combos, but only 512 ever gets recognised.02:36
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ponicgYeah, unagi_ , I did that with my ppc6700. it worked pretty well02:37
unagi_im not having any luck02:37
ponicgLunar_Lamp, only by ubuntu or also by the bios?02:37
unagi_though im closer now02:37
bruenigcables, or if you have it installed, I know there is some text file somewhere in /var that has all the files listed, so you could grep for it02:37
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ponicgunagi_, I didn't either... then it just worked. no config change either.02:37
cablesbruenig, the problem is that it's not installed... I'm trying to compile Audacity but it wants wx-config02:37
Lunar_Lampponicg, the BIOS detects 1gb02:37
bruenigcables, yeah apt-file then02:37
ponicgLunar_Lamp, What video card do you have?02:37
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bruenigcables, the bot has apt-file ability, you can do !find file02:37
cables!find wx-config02:38
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ubotuPackage/file wx-config does not exist in feisty02:38
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cablesDAMN02:38
Lunar_Lampponicg, what's that got to do with it? Radeon 9200 I think.02:38
bruenigwx config is a path02:38
bruenig/usr/lib/wx/config02:38
bruenigor somethingn like that02:38
cablesbruenig, ok, so should I symlink it?02:38
ponicgLunar_Lamp, Hmm - it's not onboard is it? cause it might be doing shared memory...02:38
bruenigI had to include that when I built vlc02:38
cablesbruenig, it said it didn't find wx-config in my path so I'll create a symlink somewhere in my path to it.02:38
bruenigcables, I think that is the path, not completely sure02:38
cablesbruenig, i'll check02:39
bruenigcables, you should be able to do --with-wx-config=02:39
Lunar_Lampponicg, gah, yes, it is onboard, completly forgot I didn't put the 9200 in yet - but sharing 512mb?! Why?02:39
cablesbruenig, ./configure --stuff?02:39
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bruenigcables, yeah, check ./configure --help, vlc at least had a --with-wx-config= option which allowed me to do that02:39
ponicgLunar_Lamp, Because it's stupid, likely:)02:39
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cablesbruenig, k02:39
chohmannjoin /#eclipse02:40
Lunar_Lampponicg, lol, ok, I'll try with a gfx card in - hope this works :-)02:40
cablesbruenig, /usr/lib/wx/config doesn't exist02:40
chohmannwhoops02:40
ponicgLunar_Lamp, if not come back we'll get it fixed:)02:40
bruenigcables, wxgtk02:40
unagi_what do u use to dial up02:40
bruenig!info wxgtk02:40
ubotuPackage wxgtk does not exist in feisty, feisty-seveas02:40
bruenighmmm02:40
bruenigthat is what it is called in zenwalk02:40
cablesbruenig, that's installed I think02:41
cablesbruenig, there's a guide i found02:41
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bruenig!find filepicker.h02:41
ubotuFile filepicker.h found in wx2.8-headers02:41
bruenigthere it is02:41
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cablesbruenig, i installed the headers package but it still wouldn't compile, I'll try with the ./configure --whatever option.02:42
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bruenigcables, I used --with-wx-config=/usr/lib/wx/config02:42
bruenigiirc02:43
cablesok02:43
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ponicgIs there a way to snapshot the config files on my machine before I do a dist-upgrade?02:43
cablesbruenig, yeah, I was just going to scroll up :)02:43
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Flannel!backup | ponicg02:43
ubotuponicg: There are many ways to back your system up. Here's a few: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BackupYourSystem , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DuplicityBackupHowto , https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HomeUserBackup , https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MondoMindi - See also !sbackup and !cloning02:43
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ponicgFlannel, I was being more specific - just the configuration files and not the actual binaries. No need to back up 4 gig of stock data:)02:43
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bruenigponicg, tar up /etc would probably do it02:43
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Flannelponicg: right.  To backup the config files, you'd backup everything in /etc02:44
bruenigponicg, that would ignore the home directory config files02:44
ponicgAhh02:44
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ponicgwell i can backup the /etc and /home/ dir02:44
ponicglol02:44
ponicgthat's easy enough02:44
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tds5016what's the flag on ls to get file size?02:44
Flannelponicg: that's really all you need.  Unless you're runnign some servers, but in that case, you'd know about them and know where to look to back them up02:44
Lunar_Lampponicg, nope - wasn't due to shared - with gfx card in still only 512 detected02:44
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bruenigtds5016, ls -lh02:44
tds5016many thanks!02:45
unagi_finally i got it working02:45
ponicgFlannel, yup. thanks:)02:45
unagi_hah02:45
ponicgLunar_Lamp, hmm. bios sees 512 or 1gb?02:45
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asherhi!02:45
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tds5016heh, I wonder how screwed a file will become if I tar it twice to make it smaller.02:45
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bruenignot sure tarring something twice makes it smallr02:45
bruenigsmaller*02:46
ponicgit shouldn't... LOL02:46
fsckrnope02:46
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bruenigonly reason to tar something twice is organization02:46
asherI need some help finding support02:46
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tds5016hrm, maybe if  Izip the tar.02:46
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bruenigtds5016, or you can do like deb does, tar it up and then create an ar archive02:46
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CZ1Ovdje HR02:46
fsckris there a program for ubuntu to convert .wavs to .mp3?02:46
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tds5016what is ar?02:46
bruenigtds5016, man ar02:46
zirodayfsckr: sound converter (its in the repos)02:47
PurpZeYfsckr: mencoder02:47
bruenigffmpeg02:47
Flanneltds5016: All you're doing is increasing the entropy, eventually youll have eight bits of entropy per byte, and then you'll only make it largerwith successive gzip.  tar, however, doesn't make things smaller, just merges files.02:47
fsckrk thx guys02:47
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Lunar_Lampponicg, memtest done by bios shows ~1024mb ok02:47
unagi_how do u open rar files in linux02:47
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asherHow do I get rid of a single screen saver. I don't want to switch to X screensaver, I just wanna get rid of the one screen saver that crashes.02:47
ponicgLunar_Lamp, that's odd.02:47
PurpZeYunagi_: You can tar user tar, or just double click and extract02:47
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bruenig!info unrar | unagi_02:47
ubotuunagi_: unrar: Unarchiver for .rar files (non-free version). In component multiverse, is optional. Version 1:3.7.3-1 (feisty), package size 94 kB, installed size 228 kB02:47
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tds5016oh! I get it! thanks bruenig02:48
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ashercan you guys see what I'm saying?02:48
Lunar_Lampponicg, getting it to run a proper memtest in a minute02:48
bbkhow to enable 'universe' ?02:48
Lunar_Lampasher, yes02:48
Flannel!universe | bbk02:48
ubotubbk: The packages in Ubuntu are divided into several sections. More information at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories and http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/components - See also !EasySource02:48
bbkyes i can02:48
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ponicgHmm - NVS 140M is a new Nvidia graphics card. I can't find any info if it is support. Anyone got any ideas?02:48
bruenigbbk, should be enabled by default though02:48
bipolarCan I blacklist modules from the kernel line on boot?02:48
bbko0 when im trying this sec02:48
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bbkberyl-manager in the terminal02:49
bbkit shows me02:49
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Flannel!enter | bbk02:49
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ubotubbk: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!02:49
Lunar_Lampponicg, memtest86 detects 1gb of fram, but ubuntu doesn't - is it perhaps a kernel issue? 512mb max of ram compiled in somehow?02:49
bbkMake sure you have the 'universe' component enabled02:50
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PurpZeYbbk: Beryl manager says that/02:50
PurpZeY?02:50
bruenigbbk, do this "grep deb.*universe /etc/apt/sources.list"02:50
bbkyes the terminal02:50
ponicgLunar_Lamp, that's beyond my knowldge. sorry02:50
PurpZeYbbk: what are you trying to do?02:50
bruenigbbk, do this "grep ^deb.*universe /etc/apt/sources.list"02:50
bruenigbbk, sorry forgot the ^02:50
bbkand?02:50
bbko0?02:50
unagi_is there a shortcut for the terminal;02:51
asherhow do I add and remove screen savers in 7.04?02:51
bruenigbbk, if you do that second one and there is some output, then it is enabled02:51
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PurpZeYbbk: what are you trying to do?02:51
bbkso where is the problem?02:51
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Lunar_Lampwtf02:51
bbkim trying to run beryl02:51
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Cidwelhello02:51
Cidweli have a trouble :S02:52
PurpZeYbbk: Have you installed beryl or are you trying to install it via apt-get?02:52
Flannelbbk: what version of ubuntu are you using?02:52
bruenigbbk, #ubuntu-effects02:52
Flannel!ask | Cidwel02:52
ubotuCidwel: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)02:52
Lunar_Lampponicg, ok, magically, it's got 1gb somehow now - no idea how, but I'm happy.02:52
PurpZeYbruenig: I think he can't even get the package.02:52
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bbkim using 7.04 and im trying to install via apt-get02:52
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asheris there etiquette for the channel that I don't know?02:52
bruenig!info beryl02:52
ubotuberyl: Compositing window manager, decorator and theme support - Beryl. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.2.1.dfsg+git20070318-0ubuntu2 (feisty), package size 2 kB, installed size 44 kB02:52
bruenigbbk, sudo apt-get install beryl gives you what02:52
tds5016how is the upgrade from 6.10 to 7.10 with package manager?02:52
Flannel!repeat | asher02:52
ubotuasher: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. You can search https://help.ubuntu.com or http://wiki.ubuntu.com while you wait. Also see !patience02:52
adnanserver irc.freenode.org02:52
asherthanks02:53
Flanneltds5016: you have to go 6.10 to 7.04 to 7.10.  However, 7.10 isn't stable yet, so I'd recommedn against it.02:53
bbkDone , Done , Done02:53
bbkberyl is already the newest version.02:53
bruenigbbk, ok so it is installed02:53
tds5016I was trying to say 7.04 but was thinking of the next version.02:53
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PurpZeYbbk: So, you already installed it.02:53
bbkYes , how to run it?02:53
Cidwelwhen gnome launches, sometimes the system paralyzes and i can't do anything, simply the system crashes at all, where can i find a log in order to find the problem?02:53
bruenigbbk, beryl02:53
bbkI can see the setting's menu in the applications>system tools02:53
bbkbut ..02:53
PurpZeYbbk: Type beryl02:54
bbkok02:54
Flannel!upgrade | tds501602:54
ubotutds5016: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes02:54
bbkwaa i thing it works now :P02:54
PurpZeYbkk: and beryl-manager applet should appear in your panel, a little diamond.02:54
bruenigthere is no beryl manager applet02:54
tds5016Flannel, I was asking how well it worked, not how ;-)02:54
unagi_is there a shortcut for the terminal?02:54
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PurpZeYbruenig: Whatever you call the little diamond in the panel02:54
bruenigunagi_, you can set terminal launching shortcut in system>preferences>keyboard shortcuts02:54
Flanneltds5016: ah.  Well, do you have any third party repositories?  Or have you used automatix?02:55
bruenigPurpZeY, oh the tray icon02:55
PurpZeYtds5016: I hear the way to do it is via CD.02:55
bruenigPurpZeY, if you just do "beryl" it doesn't show up02:55
bruenigPurpZeY, only if you do beryl-manager02:55
tds5016Flannel, hrm... I think I might have used one for beryl, and I used it for another, but I forget which.02:55
PurpZeYbruenig: Ahh...02:55
tds5016but never automix.02:55
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unagi_are there settings for desktop effects?02:56
Flanneltds5016: You'll probably be fine then.  You'll want to disable them (comment them out) before the upgrade, and then reenable afterwards if you want them.02:56
PurpZeYunagi_: I don't think so.02:56
unagi_oh =(02:56
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FlannelPurpZeY, tds5016, the CD only shortens the time of package downloading (well, you just download it separately)02:56
bruenigunagi_, not normally, if you get beryl there is, but in general you can change themes and whatnot but that is about it02:56
ericrosthow do you all (or y'all in my g'old USA) feel about the FSF's GPLv3?02:56
tds5016Flannel, where's the repo conf again?02:56
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bruenig!ot | ericrost02:56
Flannelericrost: #ubuntu-offtopic02:56
ubotuericrost: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!02:56
Flanneltds5016: /etc/apt/sources.list02:57
unagi_beryl crashes my pc02:57
bruenigunagi_, right so then the answer is no02:57
tds5016and also, Flannel if I don't comment the beryl repo, what will it do?02:57
ericrostwhat license is Ubuntu licensed under?02:57
PurpZeYFlannel: I don't know much about it, I've just heard some of the "higher ups" say that, that is a better way to do it.02:57
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bruenig!ot | ericrost02:57
PurpZeYericrost: cc I believe02:57
ubotuericrost: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!02:57
Flannelericrost: GPL02:57
unagi_sigh02:57
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ProN00bis there a gui/automatic way to regenerate /etc/fstab ?02:57
unagi_beryl is such a tease lol02:58
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bruenigProN00b, no02:58
unagi_it has such potential02:58
ProN00bthere must be !!!02:58
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tds5016I installed beryl, and don't use it that often because I have to develop in java, and it doesn't render swing.02:58
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bruenigProN00b, just create it yourself, it is really very simple02:58
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PurpZeYtds5016: I like it, but it is absolutely nothing functional.02:58
bruenigit is functional02:59
unagi_anyone have any good icon sets for ubuntu?02:59
bruenigscale is functional02:59
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Flanneltds5016: Um, I'm not too sure anymore.  Actually, I think update-manager takes care of it now-a-days.  It depends on the repos, sometimes they have edgy and feisty repos, sometimes just edgy (so you upgrade into a nonexistant feisty), and also depends on what you've installed from it.  But, I'm not really sure, having never done it.02:59
bruenigtransparency is functional on occasion02:59
younghackeri'd like to know about icon sets as well02:59
unagi_!X1102:59
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/FixVideoResolutionHowto02:59
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baikonurI'm running 6.06 LTS and want to upgrade to 7.04. Do I have to update first to 6.10 in order to upgrade to 7.04 or can I go straight from 6.06 to 7.04?03:00
kijjazWhen I change main Ubuntu Repository (that is in repository list in Synaptic), how do I get gpg key for a specific repository? I'm on Feisty.03:00
tds5016PurpZeY, I liked it for desktop managment, and also for scale.03:00
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Flannelbaikonur: you have to go through 6.1003:00
unagi_is ubuntu about to release another version?03:00
kbrooks__ok.03:00
bruenigunagi_, 4 months03:00
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kbrooks__i want to reinstall ubuntu 7.04.03:00
unagi_whats it called03:01
younghackerwhere can i get icon sets from?03:01
kbrooks__can i? should i? :-)03:01
baikonurFlannel: why is that?03:01
PurpZeYI have scale enabled. . .Not sure what it does exactly, but, it's not important.03:01
tds5016deb http://mirror.ubuntulinux.nl edgy-seveas all03:01
tds5016deb-src http://mirror.ubuntulinux.nl edgy-seveas all03:01
tds5016deb http://ubuntu.beryl-project.org/ edgy main03:01
tds5016sorry for the flood...03:01
Flannelbaikonur: because that's the way it works.  You wouldn't have the proper transitional packages to go from dapper to feisty.03:01
tds5016which of those are the non-standard repos?03:02
kijjazyounghacker: Let's check out http://art.gnome.org and http://gnomelook.org .03:02
Flannelunagi_: 7.10 will be released in october03:02
tds5016or all of them are?03:02
Flanneltds5016: all of those are03:02
younghackerthanx at kijjaz03:02
tds5016thanks.03:02
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tds5016I think that's all of them that are out of date repos.03:02
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DerangedDingoPurpZeY: Scale is a plugin for Compiz and Beryl and triggers and Expose like effect where all the windows come into view on the screen03:02
DarthShrineHow do I get multi-monitor on my Intel 945GM chipset laptop?03:02
andrezapppoeconf03:02
PurpZeYDerangedDingo: Oh, that thing.03:02
bruenig!xinerama | DarthShrine03:03
ubotuDarthShrine: xinerama is an extension to !X to use two or more physical displays as one large virtual display. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/XineramaHowTo - See also !DualHead03:03
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theTravanyone know how I can figure out why eclipse keeps crashing on me?03:03
tds5016should I close everything because I start the upgrade manager upgrade process?03:03
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baikonurFlannel: if I replace "dapper" in /etc/apt/sources.list with "feisty" and run apt-get dist-upgrade I will run into trouble?03:04
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Flannelbaikonur: yes03:04
Lekremunagi_: gusty gibbon03:04
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tds5016bai_Pecan, bad idea.03:04
Flannelbaikonur: and ontop of that, update-manager (a GUI) will take care of it, so no command line required for upgrades.03:05
tds5016baikonur, bad idea to that way of upgrading.03:05
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tds5016Flannel, when I run the upgrade should I close everything first?03:05
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Gearmanhi all how do i get mplayer to play wmv file?03:06
dominicusany good and extensive, UBUNTU-SPECIFIC tutorials on networking XP and Ubuntu?03:07
PeloGearman, select the file,   right click,   open with ....03:07
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DjViperGearman: install the wmv codec for mplayer03:07
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Pelodominicus,  look in here  http://revision3.com/forum/showthread.php?t=8403:07
nivekc1anyone know anything about supertux? i trying to get it to work with a joypad03:07
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hrcerqueiraWhere do I set my laptop screen brightness?03:08
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bruenighrcerqueira, the fn + f# keys03:08
bruenighrcerqueira, although mine doesn't work03:08
dominicuspelo: thanks03:08
GearmanDjviper where are the codec files03:08
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DjViperGearman: on the mplayer website I think03:08
Pelo!codecs | Gearman03:08
ubotuGearman: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats03:08
hrcerqueirabruenig: mine either, but i know there is a way of setting this03:08
DjViperffmpeg can render vmw afaik03:09
bruenighrcerqueira, well tell me if you figure it out03:09
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bruenighrcerqueira, I have two brightnesses as of now, when it is plugged in and when it isn't03:09
DjViperGearman: anyway, vlc is a better video player imho...03:09
bruenigvlc is not any better than mplayer03:09
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hrcerqueirabruenig: yes i want it to be just like when is plugged off03:09
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bruenigyeah plugged in is awful bright03:10
Gearmandjviper i will check it out thanks03:10
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eboyjrDoes anyone have a copy of metacity-theme-editor? The site that all the forums point to have PHP errors.03:10
Serbian_BoYheloo03:10
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DjViperbruenig: take into consideration ease of use... then it is03:10
theTravarg03:10
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Serbian_BoY@03:10
hrcerqueirabruenig: because if i leave more than 1/2 hour plugged in screen starts blinking03:10
bruenignot any easier to use03:10
Peloeboyjr, look for it in synaptic, might be there already03:10
DjVipereboyjr: maybe there is a projectpage on sourceforge?03:10
=== Serbian_BoY -WinAmp- Saban Saulic - Hajde sreco moja [04:12] Download:!Get
bruenigin fact mplayer is far better than vlc when you consider its command line abilities03:10
PurpZeYhrcerqueira: I grabbed a script from the forum to deal with this, it was really easy to install03:10
=== Serbian_BoY -WinAmp- www.yucafe.com - Zeljko Samardzic - 2006 - Lice Ljubavi - 08 - Ne Daj Da Te Rade - www.yucafe.com [04:20] Download:!Get
bruenigalthough i hardly use those03:11
bruenigSerbian_BoY, turn it off03:11
hrcerqueiraPurpZeY:how do i get it?03:11
tds5016Failed to fetch http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/edgy/main/source/Sources.gz Sub-process gzip returned an error code (1)03:11
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Serbian_BoYbruenig03:11
tds5016how do I fix that?03:11
PurpZeYhrcerqueira: Just a sec let me see if I can find the script on the forum03:11
Serbian_BoYi dont turn off03:11
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hrcerqueiraPurpZeY: ok thanks03:11
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tds5016I'm trying to upgrade to 7.0403:11
DjViperSerbian_BoY: goodbye03:12
eboyjrDjViper: On sourceforge: Searching projects gives 0 results03:12
Pelotds5016, do it from the cd , much easier,  and faster,  or better yet put your home folder on a seperate partition and reinstall the os from scratch03:12
DjVipereboyjr: okay, tried synaptic?03:12
Flanneltds5016: Are you using update-manager?03:12
eboyjrDjViper: I'm searching now...03:12
tds5016Flannel, yep.03:12
Serbian_BoYIs all bots in this chan or?03:13
baikonurFlannel: yeah, but I can't use it (update-manager), see https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/update-manager/+bug/6802703:13
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Flannel!upgrade | baikonur03:13
ubotubaikonur: For upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes03:13
tds5016Flannel, any ideas?03:13
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Flannelbaikonur: that page gives you instructions on how to upgrade without update manager too.03:13
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KnuxQ: I have a 4GB ext3 and a 1GB swap (way too big) that I did for 6.06, now I try to redo them for 7 but it tells me it failed to do the ext3 partition03:14
DjordjeKnux: are you trying to do that in ubuntu itself?03:14
PurpZeYhrcerqueira: I am still looking for it, but, out of curiousity, you tried to do this using the GUI correct?03:14
Knuxin the Live CD boot03:14
baikonurFlannel: thanks03:14
eboyjrPelo: DjViper Hmm... Not in Synaptic. On the forums, though, they were posted 2005. I was 2 years late of downloading it.03:15
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DjordjeKnux: if you just want to upgrade, you dont have to install it again03:15
hrcerqueiraPurpZeY:yes03:15
bruenig!ops | Serbian_BoY music script refuses to turn off, possible troll using winamp and all03:15
ubotuSerbian_BoY music script refuses to turn off, possible troll using winamp and all: Help! Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Burgundavia, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos, tonyyarusso, PriceChild, Amaranth, jrib, jenda, nixternal, Myrtti or mneptok03:15
Serbian_BoYok.03:15
Serbian_BoYi turn off03:15
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naliothSerbian_BoY: thank you  :)03:15
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KnuxDjordje : I actually downloaded and burned 7.0 , my swap is too big and I wanted to lower it03:15
Serbian_BoYDjordje?03:16
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DjordjeSerbian_BoY: yes, im serbian too :)03:16
Serbian_BoYHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHaHa03:16
Serbian_BoY:))03:16
Serbian_BoYal smo se nasli:)03:16
bruenig!english03:16
ubotuThe #ubuntu, #kubuntu and #xubuntu channels are English only. For a complete list of channels in other languages, please visit http://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat03:16
Serbian_BoYciji je ovo03:16
Serbian_BoYchat03:16
tds5016anyone wanna help me upgrade from the cd?03:16
Serbian_BoYbre03:16
Serbian_BoYslucajno sam upo ovde:)03:16
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Jordan_Utds5016, Do you have the alternate install CD?03:17
Stormx2Serbian_BoY: Read what ubotu put. Follow the rules, m'kay?03:17
DjordjeKnux: do you get more information about why it cant do the ext3?03:17
bruenigall hail slobodan milosevic03:17
tds5016Jordan_U, ualternate install cD?03:17
DjordjeSerbian_BoY: ovo je ubuntu.. operativni sistem03:17
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CppIsWeirdim confused, i run a perl script that getstore()'s a file to where ever the script is running from (in this case my desktop) and the file wont appear unless i sudo it. how come?03:17
Serbian_BoYsta se radi03:17
Stormx2You people need to stop talking in serbian, okay?03:17
Serbian_BoYovde:)03:17
Jordan_Utds5016, Only the alternate install CD lets you upgrade from the CD03:17
DjordjeSerbian_BoY: ajde u #ubuntu-rs, to je srpski03:17
Serbian_BoYjesu ovo03:17
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Serbian_BoYsve englezi:)03:17
Stormx2Or whatever language it is.03:17
Jordan_U!alternate | tds501603:17
ubotutds5016: 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 - See also !Minimal03:18
tds5016Jordan_U, where's the download?03:18
Serbian_BoYaha03:18
gnomefreakSerbian_BoY: please speak english in this channel03:18
Jordan_Utds5016, Same place as the LiveCD, just check the box at the bottom of the page for the alternate03:18
Stormx2tds5016: You might as well just do a normal upgrade unless you have a burning desire to waste blank cds.03:19
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KnuxDjordje : well right now  I just had to restart, it froze on me in the install, couldn't do anything at al03:19
KnuxDjordje : I'll be trying again03:19
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tds5016Stormx2, I would love to if it didn't give me an error :-(03:19
DjordjeKnux: ok03:19
Stormx2tds5016: What error?03:19
tds5016one second.03:19
Jordan_Utds5016, Be sure to use pastebin03:19
Stormx2Jordan_U: Unless it's short ;)03:20
tds5016it just fails to grab a repo.03:20
bruenigtds5016, the gzip thing right03:20
tds5016Failed to fetch http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/edgy/main/source/Sources.gz Sub-process gzip returned an error code (1)03:20
gnomefreaktds5016: change the country code03:20
Stormx2tds5016: Switch mirror.03:20
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gnomefreaktds5016: sometimes apt-get update will fix03:20
tds5016gnomefreak, how?03:20
gnomefreaktds5016: take the us out of it and add gb instead03:20
taomasterhow do u change the root password?03:20
Jordan_Utds5016, System -> Administration -> Software Sources03:20
Stormx2!root | taomaster03:20
bruenigtds5016, sudo sed 's|/us|/ca|g' -i /etc/apt/sources.list03:20
ubotutaomaster: do not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth.. there is no root password. Then you will see that it is sudo that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo03:20
CppIsWeirdim confused, i run a perl script that getstore()'s a file to where ever the script is running from (in this case my desktop) and the file wont appear unless i sudo it. how come?03:20
KnuxDjordje : Is there any way to use the partitionner in 7 out from the install? I know in 6.06 boot you could03:21
gnomefreaktds5016: use bruenig way :)03:21
Stormx2What? Who the hell changed the factoid for root? It's awful.03:21
PurpZeYhrcerqueira: Good news: I found it...Bad news: It seems proprietary to sony and consequently it probably won't work for you, but http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=88611&highlight=sony+laptop+brightness+power&page=403:21
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FlannelStormx2: you probably want sudo03:21
ponicgHmm - is Wubi any slower than a native install?03:21
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Stormx2Flannel: Even so, i don't think people who genuinely need help would appreciate matrix references.03:22
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Jordan_UKnux,  What do you mean? You can run Gparted from the liveCD and the installer has it's own GUI front end also03:22
hrcerqueiraPurpZeY: thanks, maybe it will work, and i'll google for a while more03:22
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gnomefreakStormx2: bring it up in #ubuntu-ops if it bothers you that much03:22
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DjordjeKnux: yes.. but if you want just to partition the disk, it's better to download the gparted iso.. that is the program used in the ubuntu installer03:22
hrcerqueiraPurpZeY: because i'm almost sure i once used a tool wher i could set the screen brightness03:22
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FlannelStormx2: hmm.  I agree.  Mention it in -ops03:22
Stormx2gnomefreak: Will do.03:22
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tds5016Jordan_U, should I set it to use main server?03:22
Serbian_BoYoo picke03:23
Jordan_Utds5016, Sure03:23
Serbian_BoYpickice03:23
Serbian_BoYsta se radi03:23
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Pirate_Hunterhi people I cant seem to access sudo - ig et the message "sudo: /etc/sudoers is mode 0640, should be 0440"03:23
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smoenuxI cannot connect or copy files from Windows PC connected to my Ubuntu Box. Can someone please assists? This has been a error that's been going for quite a while, and I've been unable to solve it03:23
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gnomefreakSerbian_BoY: if you are here to troll you need to find somewhere else03:23
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tds5016where are the main servers anyhow?03:24
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Serbian_BoYjedite govna:)03:24
gnomefreaktds5016: gb03:24
tds5016where is gb?03:24
bruenigtds5016, great britain03:24
gnomefreakgreat britin03:24
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Jordan_Utds5016, Great Britain03:24
gnomefreakwith an a03:24
Flannel!mirrors | tds501603:24
ubotutds5016: Ubuntu installation CDs can be downloaded from http://releases.ubuntu.com - Mirrors can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/Archive03:24
tds5016oh snap... this will certainly take a while to download then, will it not?03:24
Jordan_Utds5016, Yes03:24
bruenigtds5016, yeah, it has to go across the freaking ocean03:24
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FlannelPirate_Hunter: reboot into single user mode and fix the permissions03:24
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tds5016It was going to anyhow... but why won't the us servers work that it fails to do an upgrade?03:25
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FlannelPirate_Hunter: did you do something silly?  like chmod +w recursively?03:25
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bruenigtds5016, that error happens from time to time, I am not sure what the deal is exactly03:25
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tds5016bruenig, so if I switch to the gb servers it will wokr?03:26
tds5016there is no way to use us servers after that error?03:26
gnomefreaktds5016: gb is working atm03:26
bruenigtds5016, do the command I gave you before03:26
bruenigtds5016, it will switch you to canada03:26
gnomefreaktds5016: us servers are not very reliable03:26
jerichocan anyone recommend a USB wifi adapter that will work with feisty?03:26
Pirate_HunterFlannel: cna you be more specific i ahve rebooted 3 times and no go, i dont no what yu mean - rememba newb and no I put a command in /etc/sudoers/ for firestartr to start without password but i think it was also the script i used to access nautilus03:26
PurpZeY!hardware | jericho03:26
bruenigmaybe you can apt-get install universal-healthcare03:26
ubotujericho: For lists of supported hardware on Ubuntu see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport03:26
jerichoty03:26
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PurpZeYbruenig: hehe.03:27
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tds5016gnomefreak, bruenig I just unfortunately started the ugrade like a numbskull without changing ot canada.03:27
Serbian_BoYpickee03:27
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Serbian_BoYsta radite03:27
gnomefreaktds5016: doesnt matter03:27
matthew2how do I run fsck?  I am on a livecd and want to run my partition /dev/sda3.  but if I type 'fsck sda3' nothing happens.03:27
Serbian_BoYpickice03:27
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bruenigfunny03:27
tds5016bruenig, thanks for the help you offered with canada thouhg :-/. I guess I'm just going to have to wait a week for the download to finish.03:27
tds5016ahah.03:27
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HizzehHey guys03:27
FlannelPirate_Hunter: reboot, at your GRUB menu, select "recovery console", then when you get there, `chmod 440 /etc/sudoers`, then reboot and you'll be good.03:27
tds5016haha! That's what I get for being impatient.03:27
CppIsWeirdim confused, i run a perl script that getstore()'s a file to where ever the script is running from (in this case my desktop) and the file wont appear unless i sudo it. how come?03:27
bruenigtds5016, you can kill it and start over probably, especially if all it has done is started downloading stuff03:28
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HizzehSo i've been wanting to get into a linux distro for a long time, but I'm having a problem isntalling the live CD. It freezes before I can view the OS when it loads onto my memory03:28
Jordan_Umatthew2, sudo fsck /dev/sda303:28
thepumpkinhow can i Upgrate to gutsy?03:28
HizzehI was wondering what may be happening?03:28
thepumpkini'm in feisty03:28
tds5016bruenig, Whats the command for the canada sservers?03:28
Pirate_Hunterkk will try03:28
PurpZeYCppIsWeird: Depending on where you are putting it, the file won't write without permissions03:28
Flannel!gutsy | thepumpkin03:28
bruenigthepumpkin, gutsy is in alpha right now, but go to #ubuntu+1 if you want to03:28
ubotuthepumpkin: Gutsy Gibbon is the code name for the next release of Ubuntu (7.10). See https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel-announce/2007-April/000276.html and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/GutsyReleaseSchedule - Roadmap and specifications: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/gutsy - Support in #ubuntu+103:28
PurpZeYthepumpkin: Gusty isn't stable, or supported yet.03:28
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tds5016er canadia as it were... ;-)03:28
matthew2Jordan_U:  that's what I do, but it just says '/dev/sda3: clean, 187441/6406144 files, 1749598/12799080 blocks'03:28
bruenigtds5016, sudo sed 's|/us|/ca|g' -i /etc/apt/sources.list03:28
matthew2instantly, without doing anything.03:28
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thepumpkinI KNOW. BUT I NEED IT.03:28
PurpZeY!caps03:29
ubotuPLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.03:29
gnomefreakthepumpkin: lose the caps and join #ubuntu+103:29
gnomefreakthepumpkin: read topic in that channel03:29
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tds5016bruenig, that command will still work after I've already switched to gb?03:29
thepumpkinSorry.03:29
thepumpkin:S03:29
thepumpkinthanks.03:29
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bruenigtds5016, oh no, change /us to /gb03:29
Jordan_Uthepumpkin, If you don't know how to then you probably shouldn't be using it... Why do you "need" it anyways?03:29
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tds5016works for me ;-). I thought that's what sed did.03:29
PurpZeYJordan_U: Always asking the practical question.03:30
mroccan anyone tell me how to configure DAAP in amarok?03:30
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ProN00bsince i unmounted and resized one of my fat32 disks it doesn't show up on the desktop anymore, even when mounted manually, how do i get it to show up again ?03:30
ProN00b(and get automounted03:30
matthew2how do you run fsck?  my computer has been shutting down improperly so i loaded a livecd to run fsck, but it's not doing anything.03:30
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PurpZeYProN00b: How are you mounting it?03:30
larryhi03:31
bruenigProN00b, drives only show up on the desktop when they are mounted automatically through hal03:31
TaJMoXun-mount the partition you want to fsck first03:31
larrylaters03:31
thepumpkinthe thing is Jordan_U that i run : sudo update-manager -c -d and "warning: could not initiate dbus03:31
thepumpkincurrent dist not found in meta-release file03:31
thepumpkin"03:31
ProN00bPurpZeY, mount /dev/hdd103:31
gnomefreakthepumpkin: not in here03:31
matthew2TajMox:  it is unmounted, that's why i loaded the livecd.03:31
ProN00bbruenig, how do i get hal to automatically mount it ?03:31
Hobbseehi kkathman!03:31
bruenigProN00b, don't know hal confuses me03:31
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bruenigI have tried to figure it out but haven't yet03:31
cyphaseIs there any reason that CUPS couldn't auto configure printers when they're connected, instead of having to go through a wizard (albeit a short one).03:32
TaJMoXmatthew - go into terminal and type sudo e2fsck /dev/hdax   (or whatever your device name is)03:32
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tds5016that's much faster. thank you bruenig03:32
CppIsWeirdPurpZeY, i dont understand how permissions are a problem if im executeing it from xterm as me, and the script is on my desktop, which is in my userspace.03:32
PurpZeYCppIsWeird: Where are you sending the files to?03:32
bruenigcyphase, I suppose it could seeing as it autodetects drivers and stuff for a lot of printers like hp but on occasion it might misdetect or might not detect anything at all and then you are left without knowing what happened03:32
matthew2TajMox:  does the same thing.  says this INSTANTLY without doing anything: '/dev/sda3: clean, 187441/6406144 files, 1749598/12799080 blocks'03:32
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PurpZeYCppIsWeird: Plus, and here I am over-stepping my knowledge a little, if the script looks to change something elsewhere...you know, sudo is needed.03:33
Jordan_Uthepumpkin, 1: Why do you "need" Gutsy 2: #ubuntu+1 for Gutsy03:33
tntcodahow can i get berkeley db installed? it isnt showing up in synaptic03:33
CppIsWeirdPurpZeY, what do you mean? im not sending them anywhere, the script writes the file it gets where ever the scripts executeing directory is.03:33
bruenigCppIsWeird, is it executable03:33
thepumpkinJordan_U: test software. this is a test machine.03:33
PurpZeYCppIsWeird: bruenig is smart.03:33
hajhouseis there another package besides ubuntu-keyring that provides extra archive-signing keys? i find it hard to believe that there are so many untrusted packages in feisty/main.03:33
TaJMoXmatthew2: Trust that it's clean.   you're probably using ext3 which knows by journaling magic.   If you want to force it use the -f option03:33
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PurpZeYthepumpkin: Why do you have to test software in gutsy as opposed to feisty?03:34
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CppIsWeirdbruenig, erm? i have no idea why that would matter? the script is being run via perl, so wouldent technically perl be running the script and writing files?03:34
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bruenigCppIsWeird, oh I didn't know it was a perl script03:34
matthew2TajMox:  It's not clean, otherwise it wouldn't have hung on shutdown 3 of the last 4 times.03:34
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CppIsWeirdbruenig, ah, sorry.03:34
bruenigCppIsWeird, so you do what perl script.pl03:34
bruenigand it says what03:34
CppIsWeirdbruenig, yeah03:34
TaJMoXmatthew2: maybe it's pausing like the for other reasons than your filesystem is dirty.    but try with the -f option03:34
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CppIsWeirdbruenig, it doesnt say anything, it just runs. when sudo perl script.pl the file appears on my desktop, without sudo it does not.03:35
thepumpkinPurpZeY: I need this package: http://packages.ubuntu.com/gutsy/libdevel/libavutil-dev03:35
pipegeekHi, folks.  Has anyone here ever grepped through their disk for any reason?  Because for me, grep is running out of memory03:35
thepumpkinis there another way to install it in feisty?03:35
thepumpkinwithout compiling it?03:35
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gnomefreakthepumpkin: no03:35
jerichook... i check the hardware list. anything list that says it works out of the box shouldn't need an active internet connection to install... correct?03:35
pipegeekas in, "grep: /dev/hdc: Cannot allocate memory"03:35
matthew2TajMox:  ok, i will try to fource, but it's definitely not merely "pausing", as I've left it running for hours without it ever shutting down.03:35
CppIsWeirdbruenig, this is my first linux program, so i really dont have much of an idea about these things.03:35
pipegeekthing has 2 gigs free03:36
pipegeekand I'm losing it03:36
bruenigCppIsWeird, odd, unless there is some test in the script to see what user you are then it shouldn't matter03:36
thepumpkingnomefreak: I will try compile it.03:36
CppIsWeirdbruenig, there is not. it uses a simple getstore() function.03:36
hajhouse!apt-key03:36
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about apt-key - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:36
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CppIsWeirdbruenig, would you like the script? I could paste it somewhere03:36
bruenigCppIsWeird, well make sure you won Desktop and that it has 755 permissions03:36
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bruenigyou own*03:36
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nivekc1is ubuntu the best distro of linux? or should i check out another one03:37
bruenig!best | nivekc103:37
ubotunivekc1: Usually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose among a number of different applications, depending on your preferences, the features you require, and other factors.03:37
PurpZeY!best | nivekc103:37
bruenigpwnt03:37
CppIsWeirdbruenig, if i can right click and create a file on my desktop, should not i have the ability for a program to do so as well?03:37
PurpZeYhehehe03:37
TaJMoXmatthew2: next time shut down the Xorg server completely and try shutting down with shutdown -r now    and when it pauses go into a different terminal (using ctrl+alt+f2) and try viewing the logs like dmesg or cat /var/syslog or Xorg.0.log03:37
CppIsWeirdnivekc1, yes.03:37
thepumpkinthanks.03:37
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bruenigCppIsWeird, yeah you should, do ls -l ~03:38
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bruenigCppIsWeird, and paste the desktop line03:38
nivekc1well thus far i love ubuntu! i was just making sure i was getting everything linux has to offer03:38
bruenigDesktop*03:38
nivekc1i have actually stopped using windows all together03:38
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CppIsWeirdbruenig, drwxr-xr-x03:38
bruenignivekc1, I use arch, I like rolling release, never have to worry about big upgrades that sometimes break which the discrete release cycle of ubuntu is prone to do03:38
newtubuntuI have a GeForce nVidia, with 1Gb of RAM, and it seems like my system has a hard time with effects (compiz). Lots of black windows, freezes, etc. Anything I can do about it ?03:38
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PurpZeYnivekc1: That line is the real truth. . .All flavors do something a little different...Most of them are based on the same "meat" it's the flavoring that is different.....mostly.03:39
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bruenigCppIsWeird, not sure then, maybe #perl will know03:39
bruenignewtubuntu, #ubuntu-effects03:39
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CppIsWeirdbruenig, yeah, their dead or ... meowing... (... dont ask.)03:39
PurpZeYnewtubuntu: I'd ask in #ubuntu-effects or #beryl03:39
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newtubuntuis the a #compiz channel ?03:40
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bruenignewtubuntu, probably03:40
PurpZeYnewtubuntu: #beryl03:40
nivekc1is compiz fusion out yet?03:40
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PurpZeYnivekc1: It's in beta and not stable03:40
bruenignivekc1, alpha or beta stuff probably03:40
PurpZeYnivekc1: I've seen AT LEAST 3 people come in and say they are having issues with it03:40
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Nitrogenbollocks03:41
hajhousenivekc1: you might want to read http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_Linux_distributions. Ubuntu is a modern general-purpose distribution that offers everything normally expected in a distro...so unless your needs are very specialized, i'd say you are getting everything linux has to offer by using the latest ubuntu03:41
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gnomefreakPurpZeY: more than that (almost everyone)03:41
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PurpZeYgnomefreak: That was my impression, but I don't want to exagerate.03:41
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bruenigwireless is also unstable because I have seen 1000000 come in here with problems03:42
PurpZeYbruenig: Yeah, but that is on ubuntu's side in terms of not supporting hardware.03:42
bruenigyeah I know03:42
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PurpZeYor being inefficient in dealing with it03:42
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bruenigthis channel is basically wireless and redirects to #ubuntu-effects03:43
bruenigand 5% other03:43
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ponicgLOL bruenig03:43
ponicgI still have 3 outstanding issues nobody knows the answers to:)03:43
PurpZeYbruenig: I work in a large Town Attorney's office (e.g. lawyer for the entire town), 90% of what I do is direct phonecalls.03:43
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bruenigreceptionist ftw03:43
PurpZeYOh you need help. John can help, he's not here.03:43
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PurpZeYbruenig: I am a second year law student, I get to do all of the most menial jobs available on any given day.03:44
bruenighmmm03:44
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orbisvicis!channel03:44
bruenigI hope to go to law school, but I shall be college freshmen so a ways off03:44
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about channel - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:45
orbisvicisis there a talk channel?03:45
bruenig!or | orbisvicis03:45
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about or - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:45
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bruenig!ot | orbisvicis03:45
PurpZeYorbisvicis: You mean like, offtopic?03:45
ubotuorbisvicis: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!03:45
Nitrogen!cock03:45
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about cock - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:45
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PurpZeYUgh03:45
TaJMoXorbisvicis: #defocus03:45
bruenigNitrogen, calm down03:45
Nitrogen!women03:45
ubotuThe women and men of the Ubuntu women project hang out in #ubuntu-women. Encouraging women to use linux? Read http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/Encourage-Women-Linux-HOWTO/ for some suggestions compiled by women who use Linux on how to do so effectively.03:45
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PurpZeY!ops03:45
ubotuHelp! Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Burgundavia, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos, tonyyarusso, PriceChild, Amaranth, jrib, jenda, nixternal, Myrtti or mneptok03:45
Nitrogenlol03:45
DarthShrineI'm trying to set up Xinerama with my Intel 945GM chipset, and I get an error about MonitorLayout when I try to start X. How do I fix this?03:45
TheDarkestDay!porn03:45
bruenigNitrogen, see ya03:45
TheDarkestDay:(03:45
Nitrogen?03:46
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TaJMoXNitrogen : try efnet03:46
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about porn - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:46
momohello everybody03:46
InvisionfreeHi, I have an external monitor connected, and my Live CD is displaying on that. How can I make it display on normal monitor?03:46
TaJMoXmomo : close your ears quick03:46
PurpZeYbruenig: Long and short of it....If you want to go to law school, all it takes is hardwork. If you can do A LOT of work, you can do it... /offtopic03:46
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bruenigI don't worry about the work03:46
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momoTajMox : okay ^03:47
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PurpZeYInvisionfree: Normal monitor being laptop monitor?03:47
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InvisionfreePurpZeY: Yep03:47
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PurpZeYInvisionfree: Easy way would be to disconnect the monitor, no?\03:47
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d4rkmonkeyHi, does anyone know a good way to find out if a laptop will work well with Feisty? (more specific than google)03:47
InvisionfreeI did. It didn;t work03:47
PurpZeY!hardware | d4rkmonkey03:47
ubotud4rkmonkey: For lists of supported hardware on Ubuntu see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport03:47
eboyjrWhat is the equivalent of Alt+NUM in Ubuntu? In Windows, Alt+168 makes an upside-down question mark. Alt+97 = lowercase a03:47
d4rkmonkeyTahnks03:47
d4rkmonkey*thanks03:47
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InvisionfreePurpZeY: Did you catch that? It didn't work03:48
PurpZeYInvisionfree: It's gotta be somewhere in System, not sure where....03:48
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Nitrogenwhy si everyones ip visible?03:48
ChatUserhi everyone!03:49
dominicusQuestion: cause we have nothing to hide03:49
momois there a program like super copier for ubuntu03:49
momo?03:49
dominicusnm that questino part03:49
Nitrogenright03:49
PurpZeYSuper copier?03:49
bruenigmomo, what does that do03:49
Nitrogenim off then03:49
Nitrogenlol03:49
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momoit's a program for windows03:49
dadeBeryl was working fine and now when I enable desktop effects all my windows wont show themes or move really.... what happened how can I fix this I want my movable wobbly windows back...03:49
bruenigmomo, which does...03:49
PurpZeYmomo: Yes, but what does it do?03:49
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momothat accelerate copying files03:49
dade?03:49
bruenigmomo, how03:49
sxjizaiosWhat sound card should I buy? I mostly listen to music, and want good music listening with Linux support and at a reasonable price.03:49
PurpZeYdade: #ubuntu-effects or #beryl03:49
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momoi dunno how03:49
InvisionfreePurpZeY: I can't find it03:49
momobut copying speed increases to 30Mb/s03:50
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bruenigmomo, I don't see how that is possible. or if it were why it wasn't built into the kernel03:50
ChatUserhey, I installed ubuntu on my harddrive using one of my computers and dropped the harddrive into a different computer... I think I need to update all the drivers ethernet/video for sure... is there an easy way to do that?03:50
bruenigor filesystem03:50
PurpZeYInvisionfree: I honestly don't know, let me see if I can find out.03:50
InvisionfreeOk, thanks03:51
Invisionfree!external03:51
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about external - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:51
bruenigmomo, copying stuff using ext3 is pretty quick as often times it can just mess with the inodes whatever that means03:51
InvisionfreeErrr03:51
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ProN00bhow do i change the diskname (windows disk name) of a vfat partition ?03:51
bruenigProN00b, like C:03:51
bruenig?03:51
ProN00bbruenig, no, on windows you could assign free names to partitions03:51
ProN00b11 letter long03:51
momoi want it because i've problems to copy files from a DVD03:51
bruenigProN00b, oh, you can't do that on linux03:52
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momoi burnt it a long ago03:52
`eboyjrWhat is the equivalent of Alt+NUM in Ubuntu? In Windows, Alt+168 makes an upside-down question mark. Alt+97 = lowercase a03:52
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Invisionfreebruenig: Any idea where external monitor management would be found?03:52
PurpZeYInvisionfree: I am looking into it on the forums and in effects.03:52
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bruenig`eboyjr, goot question, there is a character map but I am not sure there are alt characters03:52
bruenigInvisionfree, no03:52
ProN00bbruenig, but they stayed when i changed to linux, this one disk here still has that name on the desktop, but the other one lost it when i resized it03:52
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bruenig`eboyjr, character map is in applications>accessories I believe03:52
PurpZeYInvisionfree: I am told there should be a fn+key combination03:52
InvisionfreeHmmz0r03:53
dominicusDo I need the smbclient to share files with WinXP or are Samba and Samba-common packages sufficient?03:53
InvisionfreePurpZeY: Thanks03:53
InvisionfreeI totally forgot about it.03:53
bruenigInvisionfree, yeah FN + f8 on mine at least but it doesn't work here03:53
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InvisionfreeMines FN+F503:53
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PurpZeYbruenig: I have a sony, my FN keys are absolutely functionless except for pause and break03:53
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gdbdominicus: You do not need the client to share files.  smbclient is to allow your Linux system to access other smb servers.03:54
mon^rchi just discovered what the middle mouse button does if you're running beryl :P03:54
mon^rchneato03:54
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dominicusgdb: thanks03:54
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bruenigPurpZeY, my thing just doesn't see the FN03:54
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bruenigPurpZeY, like I can't even assign FN to a special keyboard shortcut or something03:54
bruenigit comes up blank03:54
chrisjs169for some reason,  /dev/dsp is almost always busy - 'cat /dev/urandom > /dev/dsp' returns 'Device or resource busy'03:54
InvisionfreeOk..Now how do I change the resolution. It's all like, big...And the Screen Resolution thing in System only has one size..03:54
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PurpZeYbruenig: I *think* I could do that, but I can't get it to control volume or brightness or anything like that03:54
d4rkmonkeyHey, I just needed to ask something, Does anyone know what System 76 laptops are like?03:55
`eboyjrbruenig: Capital A is U+0041, but no ALT or anything.03:55
PurpZeYd4rkmonkey: I haven't heard much.03:55
ProN00banyone got any idea how to change the diskname of a vfat partition ? (on making a new one it works with mkfs.vfat -n name)03:55
bruenig`eboyjr, don't think so03:55
InvisionfreeProN00b: You can't I don't think..03:55
ProN00bInvisionfree, you can, you could on windows03:55
InvisionfreeProN00b: And we aren't windows.03:56
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puffEvening.  I am attempting to flash dd-wrt onto a buffalo whr-g125 router.  To do this, I need to disable wireless and set my address to a static IP on the buffalo router's LAN.  "sudo ifdown eth1" gives me "ifdown:  eth1 not configured", but iwconfig shows me as currently on wireless via eth1.03:56
chrisjs169suggestions for the /dev/dsp problem?03:56
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bruenigPurpZeY, I still use some of the FN keys for their purpose I just instead assign it as windows key + f# instead of FN + f#03:56
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d4rkmonkeyI was having some problems with my HP I just got and was thinking of returning it, to get a comp which is compatible with Feisty, but I don't know if I want another HP or if I want to get a System 7603:56
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bruenigPurpZeY, like you can use the volume thing if you wanted03:56
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InvisionfreeHow do I change the Screen Resolution...It's too big...03:56
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PurpZeYbruenig: How? Also, the important one is the brightness and since that involves acpi I think it'd be tougher...but how do you set it up for volume?03:56
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ProN00bInvisionfree, but "you" support vfat03:57
PurpZeYd4rkmonkey: I just don't know anything about them....why not get a dell with ubuntu preload?03:57
d4rkmonkeyBecause I heard those were only available in America03:57
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d4rkmonkeyI live in Canada03:57
PurpZeY!xorg | Invisionfree03:57
ubotuInvisionfree: 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/FixVideoResolutionHowto03:57
PurpZeYd4rkmonkey: That makes sense.03:57
d4rkmonkey")03:58
d4rkmonkey*:)03:58
bruenigPurpZeY, aumix -v+# or aumix -v-#03:58
PurpZeYd4rkmonkey: I haven't heard anything bad or good about the system 76...Personally, I'd just look into getting a good laptop with supported hardware, but that's just my opinion.03:58
bruenigPurpZeY, the number is the percentage jump03:58
PurpZeYbruenig: And assign the key via system-admin?03:58
bruenigPurpZeY, then just shortcut those commands03:58
dominicusAre samba shares shared folders on the XP or the Ubuntu box?03:58
d4rkmonkeyok, I think I'm going to look into more HP then...03:59
bruenigPurpZeY, I am not sure how to do it on gnome, when I used gnome I used xbindkeys to do things like that, on xfce they have it built in where you can assign keys to commands03:59
InvisionfreePurpZeY: I get this: * Stopping GNOME Display Manager...                                 [ ok ] 03:59
Invisionfree * Starting GNOME Display Manager...                                 [fail] 03:59
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PurpZeYInvisionfree: That definitely sounds like a xorg type error.03:59
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bruenigPurpZeY, like on mine I have aumix -v+10 assigned to windows + f803:59
PurpZeY!fixres | Invisionfree03:59
ubotuInvisionfree: 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/FixVideoResolutionHowto03:59
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InvisionfreeI ran that command and it gave me that message, I'm checking the link now..04:00
PurpZeYbruenig: Any idea how I might take a stab at brightness that way? like..instead of aumix, brightness or something like that.04:00
mbosoi'm exporting a file system over nfs as rw, and mounting it rw, but when I try to rite to that directory after mounting it says its read only. what am i missing?04:00
`eboyjrbruenig: haha well that's a bummer, since on Windows, I make this cool face : <@@>, but there's no quick way to do it on here.04:00
bruenigPurpZeY, that is an acpi thing I am sure, I have tried for a long time to figure it out but nothing04:00
bruenig`eboyjr, true loss indeed04:00
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PurpZeYbruenig: I am not dissatisfied with the way I have it setup atm...I got this script, when I pop my power cable, monitor dims, when I pop it back monitor brightens. . .04:01
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Flannel`eboyjr: http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/Accented_Characters04:01
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dadewhat is the effects rooms name, for probs with beryl?04:01
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PurpZeYbruenig: Apparently there is a way to modprobe the sony acpi and then set it up so the buttons work, but it's just not worth the effort when it works how I want it to04:01
bruenigPurpZeY, yeah mine does too, luckily I have about 4 hour battery life so I rarely need to plug it in04:01
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PurpZeYdade: #ubuntu-effects04:01
dadethx again04:02
non|inearcan anyone suggest a free replacement for acronis true image?04:02
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bruenigPurpZeY, it depends on the laptop really, there is like some asus laptop modules that work for it I believe04:02
bruenigbut nothing for my hp04:02
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enviouzi added a second hard disk and used gparted to partition it. however i cant put anything on it as it says only root has permission. any way to fix this?04:02
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chrisjs169suggestions for the /dev/dsp problem?04:02
PurpZeYbruenig: This laptop gets about 3 hours or less...depending on what i am doing..but I don't have cpu scaling turned down or anything...I work in offices or classrooms, places with plugs.04:03
nivekc1anyone know of a web editing program similar to frontpage for ubuntu?04:03
preaction!html | nivekc104:03
ubotunivekc1: html is HyperText Markup Language, used to build webpages. Editors in Ubuntu: Bluefish, Quanta+, Screem, and Nvu. For howto on HTML coding, see: http://www.w3schools.com04:03
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non|inearor, can anyone dcc me snapapi26_modules-0.7.x?  ;P04:03
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Kaitlyn2004if I am running a command and want to output to a file, is there any way I can make it go to TIMESTAMP.ext, or MONTH-DAY.ext, or something?04:04
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enviouzany ideas anyone?04:04
SoulinEtherthis is so sad... i installed vanilla kde. how do i change the resolution? what program is a gui frontend, or what command can i type into the terminal?04:04
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nivekc1im looking for one that doesnt require any code just a point n click thing like frontpage or expression web04:04
PurpZeYenviouz: I think you have to mount it as root.04:04
sn-nivekc1 tried nvu ?04:04
PurpZeYor use sudo04:05
bruenignivekc1, nvu but never used it04:05
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Flannelnivekc1: right.  Check out those programs.04:05
PurpZeYsomething like that04:05
preactionnivekc1: ubotu gave you 4 of them04:05
enviouzok ty04:05
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PurpZeYSounds like something bruenig *might* kno04:05
preactionnivekc1: i hear bluefish is nice04:05
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bruenigwhat is that04:05
InvisionfreePurpZeY: That didn't work :(04:05
nivekc1ive tried all of those they still require code they just have shotcut buttons04:05
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bruenignivekc1, nvu doesn't require code, I have tinkered with it before to edit a webpage before I printed it04:06
`eboyjrWhat is the Gr key? : http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/Accented_Characters04:06
nivekc1oh ok04:06
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PurpZeYbruenig: He just put in a new harddrive, and partitioned it, but he can't add files b/c it says root is required....enviouz04:06
nivekc1well i have blue fish and quanta plus04:06
yurimxpxmando any of you know of a good P2P channel/server for IRC?04:06
nivekc1ill try nvu thanks04:06
Flannel`eboyjr: Alt-GR is usually the right alt key04:07
PurpZeYInvisionfree: You can try dpkg.04:07
enviouzwhat happen is i installed it then used gparted to partition it. then mounted it to /media/cdrive. but it wont let me do anything with it04:07
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bruenigenviouz, how are you mounting it04:08
nivekc1where in the world do i get nvu its not in synaptic or add/remove04:09
defconI installed ubuntu before I installed vista, I have ubuntu on /dev/sda1 and vista on /dev/sda2, I need to know how to add vista to the grub menu editing menu.lst and hd0,1 does not seem to work, any suggestions/tips/solutions would be greatly appreciated.04:09
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kbrooks__yurimxpxman, no. and it is illegal to tell you.04:09
enviouzi hit mount in gparted after partitioning it04:09
PurpZeYdefcon: Vista eats ubuntu, generally speaking04:09
bruenignivekc1, close all that nonsense, sudo apt-get install nvu04:09
defconPurpZeY, clarify?04:09
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defconworkaround?04:09
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puffHow do I disable my wireless?04:09
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yurimxpxmankbrooks__: lol.. it's only illegal to download copyrighted material04:10
PurpZeYdefcon: Everyone I have seen has a problem with vista and ubuntu.04:10
nivekc1couldnt find package nvu04:10
kbrooks__yurimxpxman, well, you dont believe me eh, well it is illegal to link to a source of copyrighted material.04:10
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nivekc1vista sucks04:10
kbrooks__yurimxpxman, ok ok not being serious.04:11
`eboyjrnivekc1: you serious?04:11
bruenig!info nvu04:11
ubotuPackage nvu does not exist in feisty, feisty-seveas04:11
bruenigoh no04:11
bruenig!find nvu04:11
ubotuPackage/file nvu does not exist in feisty04:11
yurimxpxmankbrooks__: I didn't ask for a link to any copyrighted material. Just a place to share files. What I'm looking for in particular isn't even copyrighted :-P04:11
bruenigdid nvu get a name change?.04:11
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Flannelbruenig: nvu was taken out of Feisty because it hasn't been developed in a few years.  Check out Kompozer, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Kompozer04:12
nivekc1eoyjr: serious about what?04:12
InvisionfreePurpZeY: I got it now, thanks :)04:12
bruenignivekc1, check out kompozer says Flannel04:12
InvisionfreeNow, how can I reformat my HDD to install Ubuntu?04:12
`eboyjrnivekc1: you hating vista04:12
kbrooks__nvu was taken out of Feisty because it hasn't been developed in a few years # really?04:12
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kramertronbango04:12
PurpZeYInvisionfree: How'd you get it to work?04:12
kramertronoops04:12
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nivekc1oh absolutley vista is a massive OS full of crap and bugs, it works half the time and the other half windows explorer crashes at random04:13
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Flannelkbrooks__: yeah.  Kompozer is nvu + bugfixes.  Not sure if it's going to be in gutsy or not though.  I suppose we could look04:13
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InvisionfreePurpZeY: I ran the command at the top, then CTLR - ALT - Backspace, then the resolution was there04:13
enviouzi used gparted to mount it though as im not sure of any other way to mount ext3. the mount point was already set after partitioning before i even tried to mount it04:13
pschulz01Invisionfree:The install should do this for you..04:13
Invisionfreepschulz01: The install fails to modify the Vista partition04:14
mneptokFlannel: Amaya is another nVu alternative you can recommend04:14
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PurpZeYInvisionfree: To partition drive, run the liveCD and start the install.04:14
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pschulz01Invisionfree: Do you want to reformat the entire drive?04:14
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InvisionfreePurpZeY: It doesn;t do NTFS right. So I used GParted from System04:14
PurpZeYInvisionfree: ohhhhhh.....vista.04:14
InvisionfreeYeah =\04:15
PurpZeYInvisionfree: See above...Vista does NOT play well with others .04:15
PurpZeYIncluding Ubuntu.04:15
InvisionfreePurpZeY:04:15
SoulinEtherdoes vista play well with windows xp?04:15
InvisionfreeI just deleted the old, made a new04:15
OmegaCentigreat... now firefox is crashing... and I don't know where to look to see what happened04:15
InvisionfreeGoing to install04:15
PurpZeYInvisionfree: You got rid of vista totally?04:15
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InvisionfreeYep04:15
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mon^rchwhat's a good way to join 2 .avi's?04:15
PurpZeYInvisionfree: Then you should be good to go, are you keeping any partitions?04:15
InvisionfreeNope04:16
InvisionfreeMaking one huge one for Ubuntu, thats all :O04:16
PurpZeYInvisionfree: Then just go, and let the liveCD set itself up as it wishes.04:16
imbecileany ops here? I'm making a video for youtube and i was wondering if it was okay to have this channel open in one of my desktops.. or do you think people would be adverse to being seen in a beryl video?04:16
InvisionfreePurpZeY: I am04:16
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PurpZeYimbecile: I'd ask.04:16
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IceToxAnyone in here familiar with screenlets?04:16
thefallenarchangdoes anyone have a url for the madwifi-ng download04:16
mneptokInvisionfree: one big partiton is prolly not the best way to go :)04:16
nivekc1vista doesnt do anything well04:16
imbecilePurpZeY,  hehe thats what i'm trying to do04:16
nivekc1xp is still far better04:16
mneptoknivekc1: it's *really* good at separating people from cash04:17
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OmegaCentiIf an application crashes, where should I look?04:17
Invisionfreemneptok: Why not?04:17
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PurpZeYimbecile: !ops04:17
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imbecilePurpZeY,  thanks :)04:17
PurpZeYbruenig: It's been nice chatting man, take it easy.04:17
nivekc1mneptok: haha good point04:17
mneptokInvisionfree: / = ~7.5GB  ||  swap = 2x RAM  ||  /home = remainder04:17
bruenigk04:17
crxyemok, well, I've got a few different hard disk controllers, a promise sx4060, promise tx133, highpoint 100, and a highpoint 464, the sx4060 and the highpoint 464 are raid cards, but all I want is a nother disk controller so I can add 4-250gb drive and have access to tham any ideas ??04:17
InvisionfreeWhy?04:18
mneptokInvisionfree: if /home is on a separate partition you can wipe the OS but keep your data04:18
ProN00bif i install 64 bit ubuntu, how do i get certain apps in 32 bit ? (mplayer, firefox, for codecs and plugins)04:18
thefallenarchangcan someone post the url for madwifi-ng04:18
mon^rchwhat's a good way to join 2 .avi's?04:18
mneptokmon^rch: cat04:18
Hobbseeimbecile: this is a public channel, so that's fine.  there are logs published too04:18
Invisionfreemneptok: Usually when I wipe OSes, its to get rid of data04:19
mon^rchmneptok: could you please give me an example syntax?04:19
mneptokInvisionfree: like your mp3 collection?04:19
InvisionfreeWhat MP3 collection?04:19
InvisionfreeI have two songs: White and Nerdy and Canadian Idiot04:19
InvisionfreeThats my colletion04:19
mneptokmon^rch: cat file1.avi file2.avi > newbigfileofmymovieYAY.avi04:19
mon^rchmneptok: tyvm04:20
younghackercool04:20
mneptokInvisionfree: you're free to ignore me. but i wouldn't. ;)04:20
imbecileHobbsee,  awesome thanks.... hehe i know the logs are published.. one time i was looking to fix something after a fresh install and i saw  the log where jrib was walking me through it.. i thought it was funny... and helpful!04:20
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OmegaCentiIf an application crashes, where should I look?04:20
Hobbseeimbecile: :)04:20
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InvisionfreeOMG04:20
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mneptokOYG!04:21
skyfalcon866is gusty gibbon going to be LTS04:21
Flannelskyfalcon866: no.04:21
Flannelskyfalcon866: ether gutsy+1 or +2 will be04:21
mneptokskyfalcon866: no04:21
sxjizaiosWhat sound card should I buy? I mostly listen to music, and want good music listening with Linux support and at a reasonable price.04:21
mneptokFlannel: that's not confirmed yet :)04:21
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Flannelmneptok: It has to be.  Unless they plan on extending dappers support04:22
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mneptokFlannel: Dapper will be supported through June 2009 on the desktop. which leaves Gutsy+3.04:23
mneptoksxjizaios: http://cgi.ebay.com/Creative-Sound-Blaster-PCI512-SB0150-AUDIO-CARD-PCI_W0QQitemZ250113409997QQihZ015QQcategoryZ44981QQrdZ1QQssPageNameZWD1VQQcmdZViewItem04:23
enviouzanybody know how to change permissions on a whole partition? cant access one of mine after using goarted. only root has access04:23
InvisionfreeIsn't it Gusty not Gutsy?04:24
skyfalcon866i think its gusty04:24
InvisionfreeIt is04:24
gnomefreakits gutsy04:24
chem`anyone know if the new santa rosa macbook pros' audio works in gutsy?04:24
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gnomefreakand please bring it to #ubuntu-offtopic or #ubuntu+104:24
chem`or how to get it working in fiesty?04:25
InvisionfreeIt got changed..It used to be gusty =\04:25
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eboyjr14What's the difference between Suspend, Hibernate and shutdown?04:26
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ShackJackeboyjr14: shut down - closes O/S and shuts off power, hibernate takes snapshot of O/S (open programsn, etc...) and shuts down and reloads snapshot on next boot, suspend puts computer in low power mode (sometimes hibernate & suspend dicey)...04:28
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eboyjr14ShackJack: Thanks04:28
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Fungus2hello world!04:31
Kaitlyn2004I right click'ed a folder and shared it (windows - SMB) ... but on my windows box, going to \\server prompts me for a user/pass... how do I allow access?04:31
crxyemok, well, I've got a few different hard disk controllers, a promise sx4060, promise tx133, highpoint 100, and a highpoint 464, the sx4060 and the highpoint 464 are raid cards, but all I want is a nother disk controller so I can add 4-250gb drive and have access to tham any ideas ??04:31
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strange_04:33
Flannel!ru | strange_04:34
ubotustrange_:    #ubuntu-ru       /  Pozhalujsta vojdite v #ubuntu-ru dlq pomoshchi na russkom qzyke04:34
dominicusKaitlyn2004: it's whatever you setup with smbclient04:34
andrew_Anyone want to help me shop for servers?  I'm new to network admin and need some recommendations for setting up a mixed thin client / windows / linux network.04:34
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vbabiyHey guys is ther a way to go between terminal windows using a short cut04:34
vbabiynot alt+tab04:34
Kaitlyn2004dominicus: hmm.. I set up nothing? haha... :(04:34
vbabiyI mean only termainl windows04:34
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EliteTurk Var m :)04:34
Flannelvbabiy: ctrl-alt-f#04:34
Kaitlyn2004oh I think I got it dominicus04:34
DrkCodemanso what is the package name for the 32bit version of firefox04:34
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vbabiyFlannel: no i mean gui terminal04:35
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dominicusKaitlyn2004: it's something like 'smbclient -a yourusename yournewlychosenSMBpassword'04:35
silvertip257I'm trying to build a Linux router, but I get this error right04:35
silvertip257after POST.  I cannot seem to solve the conflict -> "Resource04:35
silvertip257Conflict - PCI Network Controller on Motherboard ;; Bus:02,04:36
silvertip257Device:06, Function:00 ;; Press <F1> to setup, <F2> to resume"04:36
JamesinatorI mounted a directory with sshfs, and it still existed after reboot. How do I remove it?04:36
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libertariohey men04:36
FezzlerMy daughter said our Ubuntu computer froze so she shut it off.  Upon restart we got Buffer I/O error, ...hard disk error04:36
libertarioif there is any ubuntu devel here04:37
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libertarioI want to tell you..04:37
libertariogood work04:37
FezzlerI always find way to recover, but what is the best way?04:37
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libertarioubuntu is a great distribution, good work making debian easy for enduser04:37
wilrecar77can i replace gnome with xfce in the regular ubuntu system04:37
libertariovery very good work, congratulations04:37
corevettehow would i do sudo apt-get update, and then sudo apt-get upgrade on the same line in a terminal/04:37
FezzlerIt leaves me at command line with option to hit Control D or enter root login password?04:37
libertario;)04:37
dominicusKaitlyn2004: I said the wrong thing to you: it's not smbclient, it's smbpasswd I had in mind04:37
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Jamesinatorcorevette: sudo apt-get update ; sudo apt-get upgrade04:38
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enviouzanybody know how to change permissions on a whole partition? i used gparted to partition a new drive not i cant even access it04:39
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wilrecar77what i mean is, is there any easy way to replace gnome with xfce and not breaking anything serious?04:39
wilrecar77my system is old and i need to free up more resources04:39
FezzlerIt is bad to run fchk -y on a mounted drive, right/04:39
Jamesinatorenviouz: sudo chown -R YOURUSER:YOURUSER /mountpoint ; sudo chmod +rw -R YOURUSER /mountpount04:39
John`A music messaging session has been requested. Please click the MM icon to accept.04:40
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ShackJackwilrecar77: sudo aptitude install xubuntu-desktop - then remove ubuntu-desktop...04:40
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wilrecar77ok04:40
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Lankenhey, I have an intel x3100 graphics processor (santa rosa integrated graphics) in a machine that's running ibuntu04:40
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Lanken*ubuntu04:40
Lankencan I get drivers from packages.ubuntu.org?04:40
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Lankens/org/com/04:41
ShackJackwilrecar77: Won't break nothing but then do sudo aptitude -f install to make sure dependencies are all satisified (XFCE if also based on GTK as GNOME is...04:41
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wilrecar77ok04:41
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ShackJackAnyone have any opinions on making a /boot partition in addition to a /home partition? Recommended?04:42
AdemanLanken: i don't know about x3100 but normally you don't need to download drivers for intel graphics its included already04:42
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LankenAdeman: ordinarily, yes, but the iso I installed from pre-dates my chipset by half a year04:42
Lanken(since it's an old dapper iso)04:42
Lankenand I have a dial-up connection, so downloading the new iso isn't an option.04:43
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ShackJackLanken: why not sudo upgrade manager -c -d :)04:43
JamesinatorI have a directory mounted from a network via sshfs, and it still exists after I rebooted. How can I remove it?04:43
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ShackJackLanken: do it b4 you go to bed ;)04:43
AdemanLanken: ah, ouch, you could order some fiesty cds with shipit04:43
Ademanfree and all04:43
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LankenShackJack: I benchmarked my connection just to rule that out.  it will take 48 hours to get an iso.04:44
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LankenShackJack: I'm leaving here in two weeks so it's not worth it.04:44
JamesinatorLanken: Take a weekend trip? ;)04:44
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LankenJamesinator: to come back and find out that the mirror crapped out on my two hours in? no thanks :P04:45
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enviouzJamesinator: that didnt work either. the second command says no such file or directory04:45
JamesinatorLanken: SSH. Or VNC.04:45
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Jamesinatorenviouz: ls -la MOUNTPOINT04:45
JamesinatorTell me what it says04:45
ceil420what's "rc" mean?04:45
Jamesinator!rc | ceil42004:46
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about rc - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:46
ceil420i see it in themes ("gtkrc") and on Conky ("conkyrc")04:46
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ceil420i think the 'c' is configuration, but i'm just curious :o04:46
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Invisionfreerelease candidate?04:46
Ademanresource file04:46
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AdemanLanken: https://shipit.ubuntu.com/    (i'm sure you know about it already)  but it might be worth it for support of your chipset, but for now don't you at least have 2d support?04:47
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Lankenit seems that 915resolution has not be upgraded to handle the new chipsets.04:47
ceil420just been wonderin' about it lately since i got into making themes :p04:47
enviouzJamesinator:  ok nvm i miss typed it.04:47
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enviouzty finally i can use it04:47
LankenAdeman: yeah, I have 2d at 1024x76804:47
Jamesinatorenviouz: Congratulations. :D04:47
Jordan_ULanken, Does it work with the -intel driver?04:48
LankenAdeman: I'd like to have full resulution but I guess that's a different issue.04:48
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enviouzis there a reason why gparted automatically sets root only permissions on new partitions?04:48
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FezzlerWhat do I do when Ubuntu freezes?04:48
Jamesinatorenviouz: Security reasons, I expect04:48
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LankenFezzler: ctrl-shift-f204:48
Lankenerr ctrl-alt-f204:49
enviouzahh ic. that would make sense04:49
Lankenand fix things from the virtual terminal04:49
FezzlerSeems like I get hard drive errors when I restart04:49
Jordan_UFezzler, 1: try ctrl+alt+F1 2: ctrl+alt+backspace 3: alt+sysrq+k04:49
Fezzlerwhen I get dropped to root prompt, am I trying to restart Grub or Nautilus at that point?04:50
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levanderWhere is the easiest place to install Flash 9 from?04:50
Jordan_UFezzler, What do you mean?04:50
Jordan_U!flash | levander04:50
ubotulevander: To install Flash see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/Flash - Flash 9 is now available in dapper-backports and edgy-backports - See also !Restricted and !Gnash04:50
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Jordan_Ulevander, You can also just go to a page with flash content and have Firefox install it04:51
Jamesinator!nautilus04:51
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about nautilus - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:51
puff How do I disable my wireless network?04:51
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Jamesinatorpuff: Are you trying to disconnect from it?04:52
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bruenigpuff, turn off the router?04:52
Jordan_Upuff, blacklist whatever driver it uses?04:52
lordhellspontanyone tried to install ubuntu 7.04 in virtualbox?04:52
bruenigyou can just do ifconfig $interface down04:52
bruenigto bring down the interface04:52
FezzlerHi Jordan.  Every once in a rare bluemoon, Ubuntu freezes.  We try turning computer off then on.  The result is Buffer I/O and device hddev0 error04:52
JamesinatorI have a directory mounted from a network via sshfs, and it still exists after I rebooted. How can I remove it?04:53
WyzardI'm running Ubuntu 7.04 in VMware Workstation 6 and having a problem with the vmmouse driver:  scroll-wheel events are delivered twice, so I can't scroll by a single click04:53
FezzlerThen I'm offered to press Control D or enter root password.04:53
WyzardAnyone else have this problem and know how to resolve it?04:53
JamesinatorWyzard: Vmware tools mouse functions on Ubuntu Feisty are VERY buggy. I think you just have to wait for a fix.04:53
FezzlerNot sure best way to proceed.  I ran fchk -y and then re-booted.  It works but I hear fchk is bad to run.04:53
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WyzardJamesinator: At the moment I'm using a fresh install of Feisty in a newly-created VM, using the driver from xserver-xorg-input-vmmouse...  I haven't installed VMware Tools yet04:54
WyzardJamesinator: (though it happens with the Tools driver too, in a different VM)04:54
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JamesinatorWyzard: Sorry then, I was just relating my personal experience. I've yet to find a fix either. :\04:54
Barr1Hello, how do I edit my "sources.list" file?04:55
WyzardJamesinator: so I'm wondering if it's a configuration thing, or if Ubuntu's shipped vmmouse driver is buggy too04:55
PiciBarr1: gksudo gedit /etc/apt/sources.list04:55
puffJamesinator, bruenig I just want my laptop to ignore my wireless connection and use my wired connection instead.04:55
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Jordan_UBarr1, System -> Administration -> Software Sources04:55
Barr1thx04:55
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puffJamesinator: "ifdown eth1" does not work, gives me "ifdown: interface eth1 not configured"04:56
Jamesinatorpuff: ifconfig eth1 down04:56
JamesinatorI think, I'm not sure of the syntax04:56
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crxyemanyone here any help with pci disk controllers ?04:56
bruenigwhoever was asking the wireless question I am not sure how to do it on ubuntu because it uses the network manager thing, if you could get networkmanager not to start at boot04:56
krapperno but jesus can04:56
bruenigwhat is it rc.update04:56
bruenigor some command like that04:57
lordhellspontanyone tried to install ubuntu 7.04 in virtualbox?04:57
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Jordan_Upuff, Disable it in network-manager ?04:57
Barr1Lordhellspont: I have virtalbox installed04:57
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ubotuHelp! Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Burgundavia, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos, tonyyarusso, PriceChild, Amaranth, jrib, jenda, nixternal, Myrtti or mneptok04:57
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JamesinatorPhew05:04
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Charles_Xavier!op05:04
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JamesinatorWhy were so many people klined?05:04
naliothCharles_Xavier: yes, we know05:05
Charles_Xavieroh ok nvm05:05
kkathmanthey just keep changing servers05:05
JamesinatorOh05:05
FlannelJamesinator: they spammed back with CTCP versions05:05
kkathmanits happening in several channels05:05
kkathmansame peeps05:05
imbecileanyone have kiba-dock running on feisty? have the blackbar problem from repo? i need to know how to get it going05:05
Charles_Xaviergood thing im using ubuntu, if i was on linux, that ctcp flood would of gave me that blue screen :)05:05
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IceToxa gline would worked better wouldn't it?05:05
Charles_Xavierwindows?*05:05
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kkathmanwindows, suse others05:05
rogue780does anyone know the ubuntu package with the perl date::parse lib in it05:06
rogue780?05:06
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bruenigoh well since you added that question mark05:07
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bruenigrogue780, just apt-cache search for perl stuff05:07
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bruenigrogue780, if you knew what file that was contained in you could see which package contained that file05:07
chrisjs169is it safe to stay in here? lol05:07
JamesinatorFlannel: Does that necessarily mean they were part of the flood? Or was it just a necessary measure until the attacks stopped?05:08
vidd_laptoprogue780, you can also use synaptic ..it has a search feature where you can search the discriptions05:08
imbecileflooding a channel is lame05:08
bruenigsynaptic who needs that05:08
rogue780bruenig, been doing that...no luck05:08
rogue780vidd_laptop, no luck05:08
Charles_Xavierhow come ubuntu uses old kernel... the newer one is out, fedora is using it, along with slackware and gentoo, but how come ubuntu still uses the outdated kernel?05:09
bruenigrogue780, just install every perl thing that exists05:09
bruenigCharles_Xavier, that is how ubuntu does things05:09
vidd_laptopbruenig, if i know what type of app i want, but not the name, it helps05:09
kkathmanCharles_Xavier:  each distro has a standardly supported kernel for that particular release and others may or may not be made available05:09
levanderJordan_U: have you got a site that will let me click and auto-install Flash 9?  The site I just went to doesn't do that.05:09
kkathmansuse does the same thing05:09
bruenigvidd_laptop, apt-cache search searches descriptions05:09
brueniglevander, sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree05:10
JamesinatorI have a directory mounted from a network via sshfs, and it still exists after I rebooted. How can I remove it?05:10
FlannelJamesinator: They weren't part f the flood, the flood was a CTCP version request, that they replied too, and those replies caused them to kline05:11
rogue780too bad nothing searches included files05:11
vidd_laptopCharles_Xavier, with the frequent new releases, there really is no NEED to constantly upgrade the kernel...besides, if you HAVE to have the latest kernel, you can always get it05:11
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JamesinatorFlannel: Oh, ok, that's what I thought. I just didn't see why they got klined if they weren't part of the attack.05:11
FlannelCharles_Xavier: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/StableReleaseUpdates05:11
vladuz976hi, i was wondering if anybody has ubuntu 7.04 running on a vaio C series. i05:12
Jordan_Ulevander, http://albinoblacksheep.com/ ?05:12
vladuz976i am interested in buying a vaio series C and wanna make sure hardware is compatible05:12
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xenexWhy do I get this message, "Could not save the file /etc/sudoers." when I am trying to save the file as root?05:12
bruenigkkathman, don't lump distros together like that, there are many distros such as arch that is bleeding edge all the time, the behemoths may act the same fedora suse and ubuntu but the underlings differ greatly05:13
xenexOh nevermind.05:13
Jordan_Uvladuz976, Can you give some specs on the hardware? And are you buying this in store of online?05:13
Picivladuz976: check if anyone with that model is listed on http://www.linux-laptop.net/ with an ubuntu install.05:13
kkathmanbruenig:  true - I just said many distros did that, thx05:13
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Flannelxenex: are you using visudo?05:13
xenexFlannel, yeah, just saw it :p05:13
vladuz976Jordan_U: in the store. they have choice of celeron or core duo05:13
kkathmanwell there are 350 distros - I wouldnt think anyone would know how each of them handles that :)05:13
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FlannelJamesinator: I think they had misconfigured clients, that replied poorly (and automatically got klined)05:14
Jordan_Uvladuz976, Bring in a LiveCD :)05:14
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orbisvicisdoes libdvdcss let you read dvds from other regions ?05:14
bruenigorbisvicis, yes05:14
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JamesinatorFlannel: Ok, thanks for explaining.05:14
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vladuz976Jordan_U: the store? you think they'll let me do that?05:14
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Jordan_Uvladuz976, I have never tried it myself, but if you make it clear you are going to buy something?05:15
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vladuz976Jordan_U: that's the problem i'm in japan and my japanese is very limited. they'll probably think i am crazy05:15
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levanderWhy did they change the name of the Flash package from flashplayer-mozilla to flashplugin-nonfree?  I hate it when they do that.  If they hadn't changed the name, I'd already be upgraded.05:15
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dominicushelp: how do I UNMOUNT something I mounted with smbmount command?05:15
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brueniglevander, they didn't flashplayer-mozilla was probably gnash05:16
LadyNikonnow annoying05:16
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levanderdominicus: just use umount05:16
Jamesinatorvladuz976: You could just try to be inconspicuous. If they don't have them behind a case or anything, the worst that can happen is you'll be shown the door05:16
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levanderdominicus: "umount <dir name that it's mounted on>"05:16
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LadyNikonwow look at all the unhappy windows users heh.05:16
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t3sorovladuz976: pre-translate what you are doing onto a piece of paper in japanese :P05:16
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levanderLadyNikon: how do you know they're Windows users?05:16
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Jamesinatorlevander: Because they're getting flooded out. ;)05:16
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bruenigthis is my favorite part of the dcc exploit05:17
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bruenigthe banning of those who got screwed05:17
vladuz976Jamesinator: probably that's better than buying it and not being able to return it. i don't know what return policies are here05:17
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levanderMan it looks like a lotta work to ban all those people.05:17
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JamesinatorI'm sure the ops have scripts or such05:17
orbisvicisif i travel to another region (where theres a non-linux computer) can i copy my current dvds and remove all the region information from them, so i can use them there ?05:17
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NemesisDis there a console command for comparing files?05:18
jribsorry for the spam folks05:18
FlannelNemesisD: diff05:18
bruenigNemesisD, diff05:18
naliothorbisvicis: that is possible, for archival purposes05:18
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bruenigNemesisD, cmp05:18
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ScuniziNemesisD, grep?05:18
JamesinatorYes, archival purposes I'm sure.05:18
LadyNikonjrib: not  your fault05:18
bruenignot so much on grep05:18
orbisvicisim looking at k3b and such, but i see no option to do this ?05:19
Niklas-Use autolimit on the channel to prevent the mass join?05:19
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orbisvicisbut i would not like to transcode ... keep the vob files w/ subtitles & menus?05:19
vladuz976Jordan_U: maybe i am better off buing a Dell online, at least that way i know it's working05:20
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Scunizicactaur, your here!05:20
silvertip257g'nite all05:20
JamesinatorGood night.05:20
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Jordan_Uvladuz976, I definitely agree there :)05:20
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JamesinatorI have a directory mounted from a network via sshfs, and it still exists after I rebooted. How can I remove it?05:20
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bruenig!repeat | Jamesinator05:20
ubotuJamesinator: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. You can search https://help.ubuntu.com or http://wiki.ubuntu.com while you wait. Also see !patience05:20
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brueniggo with the hp05:21
wickwireorbisvici: k9copy, never used it, but might be what your looking for05:21
levanderJamesinator: is it in /etc/fstab?  is that why it's mounted after reboot?05:21
JamesinatorBruenig: Considering my last request was several minutes ago and before all the flooding and spam, I doubt that was necessary05:21
t3sorovladuz976: its worth trying to bring a livecd in to test. whats the worst that could happen? they might kick you out and think you're crazy, but thats about it.05:21
bruenigthey have been pro linux far longer than bandwagoning dell05:21
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levanderJamesinator: "umount <dir its mounted on>"05:21
Jamesinatorlevander: To be honest, I'm not sure. I'll check.05:21
bruenigJamesinator, I have seen it 3-4 times05:21
orbisvicisok05:21
JamesinatorBruenig: I'm sure you have, that doesn't mean they weren't modestly spaced so as not to be floodish05:22
vladuz976t3soro: i'll definitely try that. but dell has the advantage of being cheaper, but unfortunately the shipping takes forever and I don't know if they ship to Japan05:22
Jamesinatorlevander: No, it doesn't exist in my fstab05:22
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bruenigJamesinator, you might employ a strategy such that you use different channels, ##linux #archlinux #gentoo and others05:23
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bruenigJamesinator, those will tend to give you higher knowledged people anyways05:23
MISTERTibbs!05:23
OmegaCentiWhat happened?05:23
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MISTERTibbs!commands05:23
ubotuThe linux terminal or command-line interface is very powerful. Open a terminal via Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal (Gnome) or K-menu -> System -> Konsole (KDE).  Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal05:23
JamesinatorAlright, thanks for the advice.05:23
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OmegaCentijrib: yo, what happened?05:23
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levanderJamesinator: i dunno then, couldn't tell you, i guess sshfs has a different config file that specifies what to mount on boot?05:24
naliothOmegaCenti: what happened with what?05:24
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OmegaCentilook like we got version request spammed.05:24
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Jamesinatorlevander: I think it uses FUSE, but I'm still in the dark as for removing the directory05:24
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naliothOmegaCenti: join #ubuntu-offtopic for more discussin, if you like05:24
OmegaCentiwondering what I can do to fix it so it doesn't happen in the future05:24
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OmegaCentiwill do05:24
levanderJamesinator: i don't even know what FUSE is05:24
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bruenig!fuse05:24
ubotuThough it's still very unsafe, you can read about Ubuntu NTFS writing using fuse here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Lkraider/NtfsFuse05:24
Jamesinator!fuse | levander05:24
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ubotulevander: please see above05:24
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OmegaCentiIm there05:25
OmegaCentinalioth: sorry, there05:25
JamesinatorI don't know for sure, but there are additional FUSE options below the SSHFS options in the manpage.05:25
Jordan_Ubruenig, That is a little out of date :)05:25
bruenigyeah05:25
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Mixxyo recognize05:26
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Mixx+e yo wtf05:26
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bobbob?05:27
thiebaudehi people05:27
Mixxnm drunken ramblings. ignore05:27
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levanderhi thiebaude !!05:27
bobboblol05:27
MISTERTibbs!faq05:27
ubotuA list of common questions and answers about Ubuntu: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CommonQuestions - Official documentation: http://help.ubuntu.com - IRC FAQ: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IRCResourcePage05:27
bobbobthey're the best05:27
bobbobi'm rather jealous05:27
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thiebaudefinally made the switch to 7.04 and now I feel better05:27
Mixxwife's playgroup.  one is obligated to socialize and be merry05:28
bruenig!ot | thiebaude05:28
thiebaudebye windoz05:28
OmegaCentiYo05:28
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ubotuthiebaude: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!05:28
thiebaudethnx05:28
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bobbobi'm still debating if i should make another partition and put gutsy on or wait a month05:28
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compuniversalsome body know about the Tivo05:28
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FireHazard17i say wait a month i did that with feisty05:29
FunnyLookinHatbobbob, if you're debating..  probably should just wait   : )05:29
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Mixxbobbob what are you going to gain by going gutsy?05:29
levanderbobbob: install xen, and run gutsy in a virtual machine05:29
bobbobwell i'd be on another partition05:29
brueniggutsy doesn't even appear to have much05:29
MISTERTibbsbobbob, i'd wait for the first 90 day shakeout.  I don't really need to be bleeding edge.05:29
bobbobnothing, i just like testing05:29
levanderbobbob: that way, no rebooting, and easy to wipe on and off05:29
FireHazard17wait do it thats why linux is better05:29
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FireHazard17becuase you can have bleeding edge with out waiting for release dates05:29
Italo-Biaew05:29
inspuhg, my flash plugin in firefox keeps being uninstalled if i restart firefox05:29
bobbobbut right now they haven't made a ton of changes over from feisty yet05:29
Jordan_Ubruenig, There are some nice things, they are all upstream though05:29
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bruenigThe specs don't look to great05:30
orbisvicisanyone know where I can find subtitle to pgm ?05:30
bobbobthey're still deciding what to do with compiz since they just merged back w/ beryl05:30
levanderWhat's the page that says the big changes for Gutsy?05:30
compuniversalhttp://youtube.com/watch?v=yVcTvPTzbQ805:30
bobbobi'm just excited about the ui05:30
Flannel!offtopic | compuniversal05:30
ubotucompuniversal: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!05:30
bobbobmajor change is supposed to be the desktop effects05:30
MISTERTibbs!?05:30
Flannelorbisvicis: oh, sorry.05:30
bobbobits in feisty but not really05:30
ochawhats the best tutorial for samba (local networking)?05:30
bobboblook in the forums on compiz-fusion05:30
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compuniversalthank you ubotu05:30
Jordan_Ubobbob, Composite by default has been supposed to happen for a few releases now...05:30
bruenig!samba | ocha05:30
ubotuocha: samba is is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html - Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT05:30
syahrezain indonesia05:31
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syahrezathanks for ubuntu05:31
specialmoosewoot i can speak now05:31
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bruenigJordan_U, 405:31
bobbobyay for speaking?05:31
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syahrezaoky05:31
specialmoosenow for the trolling05:31
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theshadowHow do I clear out my "saved session"?05:32
ochabruenig, thanks05:32
bruenigtheshadow, it is in your home directory somewhere05:32
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Barr1Trying to install a driver for my webcam....how do i do that? (i have the webcam, i have the driver) Ubuntu feisty05:33
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FireHazard17you cant05:33
orbisvicis!find subtitle2pgm05:34
FireHazard17kidding05:34
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ubotuFile subtitle2pgm found in subtitleripper05:34
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Jordan_UBarr1, What do you mean you have the driver? In what form?05:34
FireHazard17!subtitleripper05:34
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about subtitleripper - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:34
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specialmoosehey, noob question here, i have a usb wifi card and ubuntu docs say it works with ndiswrapper (sp?), is that built into the distro 7.04 and i can just plug in my wifi card or ?05:34
FireHazard17Barr1: source? binary?05:35
Jordan_U!info subtitleripper > FireHazard1705:35
orbisvicis!find rar-2.805:35
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ubotuPackage/file rar-2.8 does not exist in feisty05:35
chapiumI just installed the gnash package, however I cannot figure out how to integrate it with firefox.  The website recommends creating a link to libgnashplugin.so, but I cannot find this file.05:35
Barr1Downloaded the driver for my webcam, tar.bz2 form05:35
orbisvicis!find rar05:35
ubotuFound: guile-library, hol88-library, hol88-library-help, hol88-library-source, koverartist (and 11 others)05:35
FireHazard17ndiswrapper lets you use windows drivers on linux05:35
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specialmooseFireHazard17, how do i use ndiswrapper?05:35
FireHazard17run it?05:36
FireHazard17i never have05:36
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specialmooselol where is it05:36
FireHazard17try console05:36
specialmoosek05:36
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FireHazard17and aslo it may not be installed05:36
Jordan_U!webcam | Barr105:36
ubotuBarr1: Instructions for using webcams with Ubuntu can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Webcam - Supported cams: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsMultimediaWebCameras05:36
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compuniversalhello again05:36
orbisvicis!find rar205:36
ubotuPackage/file rar2 does not exist in feisty05:36
compuniversalsome body help me pleasei need to transfer some video from my Tivo to my Laptop05:36
orbisvicisah well05:37
specialmooseFireHazard17, well the problem is he only has a wifi card for internet access and terminal just told me i need to apt-get05:37
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specialmooseso, how can he do it lol05:37
FireHazard17lol05:37
compuniversali have ubuntu 7.04 feisty05:37
specialmoosedoes the ubuntu cd contain ndiswrapper?05:37
FireHazard17yup its not installed05:37
naliothorbisvicis: what are you looking for?05:37
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bruenigcompuniversal, I believe you need to either burn it to a dvd or hack the tivo software05:37
FireHazard17prolly not05:37
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specialmooseLOL05:37
FireHazard17but you can try05:37
FireHazard17ethernet5 possible?05:37
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specialmoosenope05:37
FireHazard17that sucks05:37
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Barr1I've been to those sites for webcams....the first anyways...followed the directions to a tee05:37
compuniversalbruenig hack the tivo sofware05:38
peanutbFireHazard, theres a page on the wiki about installing ndiswrapper offline05:38
orbisvicisnalioth, rar minimum 2.71 "needed for compressed vobsub subtitles"05:38
specialmooseyeah, he wants to try linux but refuses unless he can get that to work05:38
theshadowbruenig: could you be a little more specific about the session data?05:38
FireHazard17what about downlaoding the package on this comp?05:38
naliothorbisvicis: visit rarlabs.com and use the one they provide05:38
theshadowlike a file name or directory?05:38
bruenigcompuniversal, I don't know how to do it, I believe it is quite hard because it uses digital signatures05:38
orbisvicisnalioth, thanks05:38
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bruenigtheshadow, look around in your home directory, that is where it saves it05:38
Barr1What does this mean?....."Jordan_U: !webcam | Barr1"05:38
tromolyhey I'm running an Xubuntu Live CD to install on a different computer, and when it loads into XFCE, it doesn't show the HDD. any ideas?05:38
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bruenig!bot | Barr105:39
ubotuBarr1: I am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl - Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBots05:39
zzuhis it possible to initiate an application / script on a specific time?05:39
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theshadowbruenig: I understand that, but what is the file name look like?05:39
orbisvicisnalioth, oh its not free05:39
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Barr1This is where im downloading my webcam driver: http://zc0302.sourceforge.net/zc0302.php?page=download05:39
bruenigtheshadow, not sure05:39
nbbobanyone have the error office 03 not installed for this user running wine on ubuntu 7.0405:39
rixonThere was a ctcp flood?05:39
levanderzzuh: "man crontab"05:39
zzuhthanks levander05:39
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Flannel!cron | zzuh05:39
ubotuzzuh: cron is a way to schedule execution of software/scripts. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CronHowto  -  There is also a decent Howto at http://www.tech-geeks.org/contrib/mdrone/cron&crontab-howto.htm05:39
bruenignbbob, have you installed office?05:39
Icehawk78I had rtorrent running in an ssh window, which was then shut down. After starting a new session, I'm unable to access the running copy of rtorrent (I assume it's still running, because it won't load the .torrent file now), but I also can't find it listed when I ran "ps -el". Any suggestions?05:39
compuniversalbruenig i have VirtualBox but inside the virtualbox i can get internet05:39
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theshadowOk then I will repeat my question. how do I clear out the "saved session" data?05:39
naliothorbisvicis: nor is the one in the repos, iirc05:39
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zzuhthanks Flannel05:40
bruenigcompuniversal, ok?05:40
oYoanyone know how to run su remotely using ssh ,thanks?05:40
nbbobi have although it does not show up on the installed progs in wine05:40
orbisvicisoh05:40
bruenigtheshadow, well the idea is find the file and delete it05:40
Jordan_UoYo, Same way you do locally05:40
FlannelIcehawk78: check out GNU screen.  Doesn't fix your problem, but addresses the issue in the future05:40
tromolymy hdd isn't showing up on an Xubuntu Live CD, any ideas?05:40
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levanderoYo: what is the operating system on the box you are sshing into?05:40
nbbobbut when i run word or excel etc it opens and immediatley comes up with the error not installed for this user05:40
theshadowbruenig: I know that but if I don't know what the name of the file is or what it may look like it doesn't help much :P05:41
bruenigtheshadow, you didn't even look for it did you, you want everything handed to you, how about checking some of those configuration files, .config .cache .local05:41
oYossh myid@hostnmae su -c command ,this not work05:41
bruenigyour guess05:41
FireHazard17specialmoose: is it possoble to download to a thumbdrive on this comp then bring to other comp?05:41
specialmoosek, well i apt-get ndiswrapper... where the hell did it download to05:41
FireHazard17dont i dont do that i get it off the web sit05:41
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FireHazard17http://packages.ubuntu.com/cgi-bin/search_packages.pl?keywords=ndiswrapper&searchon=names&subword=1&version=feisty&release=all05:41
PicioYo: use sudo not su05:41
specialmooseFireHazard17, sure but my concern is him and i have 0 linux experience meaning, if it asks to compile we both sol05:41
levanderIcehawk78: rtorrent probably wrote some kind of pid file or something, anyway it must write something to the filesystem that it can check to see if it's still running05:41
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FireHazard17you dont need to compile05:42
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FireHazard17but you do need the windows drivers05:42
nbbobi see other people with the same problem but no answers05:42
levanderIcehawk78: you'll have to read about rtorrent, or look around in your home directory (especially the dot files) to find where it writes it05:42
eboyjrWhen running Ubuntu from the live CD, what happens to the data that Firefox or whatever downloads or saves?05:42
FireHazard17nbbob: ehat prob?05:42
specialmooseFireHazard17, k, im going to try it on my machine first05:42
oYoi have many servers ,if using sudo ,i have to set on many servers one by one05:42
naliothorbisvicis: use sudo on an Ubuntu system05:42
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theshadowbruenig: no I am looking but nothing stands out as a session file so I asked if someone knew another name it might be by or if it wasn't in the home directory.05:42
Jordan_Ueboyjr, It just gets stored in RAM05:42
levandereboyjr: it is lost on reboot, unless you mount a hard drive partition and write it there05:42
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nbbobFireHazard17, but when i run word or excel etc it opens and immediatley comes up with the error not installed for this user05:42
specialmooseFireHazard17, question is i just get apt-get and installed ndiswrapper... how do i run it haha05:42
FlanneloYo: what?05:43
Icehawk78levander: Thanks, I'll see if I can find it. I'm basically looking for a lock file of sorts?05:43
bruenigtheshadow, it is in the home directory, how else could it save it05:43
ochadoes anyone know a good tutorial for s-video dual monitor?  (using a tv as an another monitor??)05:43
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bruenigtheshadow, .config is probably what you are looking for, how do you have sessions anyways, are you using xfce or kde/.05:43
bruenig?05:43
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levanderspecialmoose: you have to read about ndiswrapper, look in maybe /usr/share/doc/ndiswrapper for documentation05:43
FireHazard17i think just type 'ndiswrapper' into console05:43
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levanderIcehawk78: yeah, lock file is the general idea05:43
FireHazard17i think it has a gui i hope05:43
CVDrecomend the use of Automatix and the other that i dont remember the name?05:43
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Flannel!automatix | CVD05:43
ubotuCVD: Automatix2 is a script that tries to install some software, and often fails and breaks systems. We don't provide support for it, and we strongly discourage its use. Problems caused by Automatix are often hard to track and solve, and it might sometimes be easier to !install a fresh copy of Ubuntu. See also !WorksForMe05:43
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levanderIcehawk78: that's a generic answer though, I don't know specifically about rtorrent, that's what i'd do though, look for a lock file...05:44
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CVDand whas the a\name of the other05:44
CVD?05:44
FireHazard17i too reccomend automatix05:44
FlannelFireHazard17: Please dont05:44
theshadowbruenig: no gnome I was setting it up through the sessions manager to auto start an application and I clicked "save session" not knowing what it did. then when I did figure it out I was trying to figure out how to remove the saved session05:44
FireHazard17recommend*05:44
oYoFlannel: ssh myid@hostnmae su -c command ,this not work, it returns : standard in must be tty05:44
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bruenigtheshadow, didn't realize gnome had save session05:44
ochai need tutorials on s-video hookups with nvidia cards (hooking up to a tv)?  plz help me05:45
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CVDEasyUbuntu?05:45
theshadowbruenig: learn something new every day05:45
Jordan_Uocha, Try running: gksudo nvidia-settings05:45
dr_willisocha,  you just going to have the 1 video (tv) on the card>05:45
levanderoYo: log in to the remote machine and make sure su works just from the command line05:45
nbbobanyone else use office 03 in ubuntu 7.04 under wine?05:45
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bruenigtheshadow, well just roam around in ~.* until you find it05:45
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bruenigtheshadow, well just roam around in ~/.* until you find it05:45
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dr_willisocha,  if wanting to use tv and monitor you want to enable the twinview options05:45
Pici!su | oYo05:46
ubotuoYo: sudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.05:46
CVDEasyUbuntu fu*** things like automatix?05:46
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Pici!ohmy | CVD05:46
ubotuCVD: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.05:46
specialmooselol05:46
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CVDsory05:46
specialmoosei thought i installed ndiswrapper, says its not found05:46
FlannelCVD: What are you trying to install?05:46
FireHazard17lol05:46
dr_willisI dont see much need for automatix or easyubuntu  these days.,05:46
levanderCVD is a *bad* boy05:46
CVDautomatix or easy? iwanna know05:46
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Jordan_UCVD, Easyubuntu is better... But both aren't really necessary anyways05:46
dr_willisCVD,  Neither. :)05:46
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FlannelCVD: neither.  Install whatever you want normally.  It's not difficult at all.05:47
logreevalhi, my wireless network card works good, i am using it now, but on startup up it doesnt seem to work, does it take time to startup or something?05:47
CVDsynaptic and thas it05:47
Pici!easyubuntu | Jordan_U CVD05:47
ubotuJordan_U CVD: easyubuntu is a script that automates installation of some items. Use at your own risk. See http://easyubuntu.freecontrib.org/ - For help and or discussions about EasyUbuntu please join #easyubuntu05:47
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Jordan_UPici, I know :)05:47
eboyjrWhat is the batch file of Ubuntu?05:47
Picieboyjr: bash scripts.05:47
CVDhow to activate a script?05:47
dr_williseboyjr,  Huh?05:47
eboyjrdr_willis: it was bash scripts05:48
Jordan_UCVD, chmod +x05:48
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PiciCVD: activate? make it executable by chmod +x scriptname.  execute by ./scriptname05:48
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ponicgIs there any way to read .docx or .xlsx files in OpenOffice on Edgy/Feisty?05:49
FireHazard17if not for automatix i would have switched from windows to linux05:49
CVDi put a scprit "open in terminal" in /home/.gnome2-scrpits05:49
FireHazard17no i dont need it but i did then05:49
FireHazard17now*05:49
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oYoi need to run the command lastlog, only root can do this ,but i don't want to using sudo ,nor login as root, so i must use this command ssh myid@hostnmae su -c command ,but i doesn't work,so what can i do now05:49
FireHazard17and have neve had issue with it05:50
dr_willisoYo,  why dont you want to sudo?05:50
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IceToxanyone in here that has any knowledge on screenlets?05:50
logreevali want to increase my screen resolution, but nothing seems to work05:50
Jordan_UFireHazard17, But often when people try to upgrade and it get's messed up because of what Automatix did, they switch back to Windows because "Ubuntu is unstable"05:50
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erat123oYo: you would need to give yourself permissions to lastlog and anything else it uses.05:51
oYoi have too many servers ,if using  sudo ,i have to set them all one by one05:51
levanderoYo: I'd check #bash for your question.05:51
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oYothx a lot05:51
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bruenignot really a #bash question05:52
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levanderthey know all the common command line utilities in there though05:52
levanderthey talk about them all the time05:52
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CVDbut i dont see the "open in terminal" in the ricght-click menu05:52
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CVD:-(05:52
bruenigthat question is not a bash question though, it is a question about applications05:53
FlannelCVD: install nautilus-open-terminal05:53
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macogwcan i modify unusual_devs from userspace (as in, without a kernel recompile)?  i'm told that in 2.6.21, you can do it, but the person doesn't know if it's possible in 2.6.2005:53
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levanderbruenig: they talk about su and stuff liek that all the time, whether you think they should or not05:53
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Vaske_Caris it possible to import Outlook Express emails with Live CD?05:54
MicrosoftSpysu fu05:54
levanderVaske_Car: open the evolution and see if there are any menu options that let you do that05:54
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EvilbadwrongOk...so is it even possible to get an ATI Radeon X1300 Pro video card to work properly with Ubuntu? Because I've tried every method I could find on the forums....and I keep getting the black screen of death....05:55
ponicgEvilbadwrong, It should be yes.05:55
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ponicgFirst - it should be supported right off the bat with MESA drivers...05:55
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MicrosoftSpyMost hardware can be tweaked to run on Ubuntu05:55
Jordan_UEvilbadwrong, You tried the alternate install CD?05:55
ponicghowever, you can install the binary drivers from AMD/ATI and it'll work fine.05:55
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ponicgi'm running an x1600/firegl v520005:55
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EvilbadwrongUbuntu is installed and everything is fine....it's just that my video driver isn't working right....it's like it's using the default 'generic' driver or something....05:56
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levanderEvilbadwrong: maybe you just have to turn on hardware acceleration?05:57
EvilbadwrongHow does one do that, levander?05:57
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levanderSystem -> Administration -> Restricted Drivers Manager05:58
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nbbobthanks anyway guys05:58
Evilbadwronglevander: I did that and then rebooted to the black screen of death.05:58
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levanderEvilbadwrong: glxinfo | grep "direct rendering"05:59
ponicgEvilbadwrong, glxinfo and /msg me the output05:59
n2diyBlack screen of death!? I love it.05:59
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levanderThat will tell you whether or not your running hardware acceleration.05:59
Jordan_U!paste | ponicg05:59
ubotuponicg: 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 (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)05:59
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ponicgThanks Jordan_U05:59
ponicg:)05:59
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bradyubuntu06:00
bradyis cool06:00
levander!offtopic | brady06:00
ubotubrady: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!06:00
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levandersorry, i felt like being one of the nazi hall monitors, if just for a sec...06:00
stewlatinIs it a secondary graphics card?06:01
MicrosoftSpyyip brady06:01
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stewlatinEvilbadwrong: Is it a secondary graphics card that you are trying to install?06:03
macogwholy quits&joins!06:03
macogwit looks like a netsplit in here, but it's not06:04
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Icehawk78How can you get a display of all users logged in?06:05
CVDcan someone explainme Why Opera dont work in Ubuntu?06:05
Icehawk78Sorry for the color.06:05
dr_willisCVD,  opera works fine for me in Ubuntu.06:06
stewlatinEvilbadwrong: is it a secondary graphics card you are trying to install?06:06
EvilbadwrongSorry...stupid Gaim crashed on me....still having problems with this *#$UI# ATI card.....06:06
dr_willisCVD,  even their little desklets work06:06
CVDi can only use the google search06:06
CVDno more06:06
dr_willisCVD,  not sure what you mean.06:06
EvilbadwrongNo stewlatin....just the one.06:06
thefallenarchanghello need some help with wifi my network manger shows it but it wont connect my dmesg says setting ap mac address failed as well as wlan0 no ipv6 routers present06:06
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CVDi can go to www.google.com, www.ubuntu.com06:06
macogwthefallenarchang: what kind of wifi card you have?06:06
CVDonly work the google search bar06:07
stewlatinok06:07
thefallenarchangatheros 5007eg but under linux it shows atheros 5006eg06:07
compengiIcehawk78, you mean that are connected to your pc?06:07
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EvilbadwrongI have the output of my glxinfo...but no one is getting my PM's....06:07
CVDi cant go to any web page06:07
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UbuntuServerUserI'm having trouble with samba...I set everything up correctly but when I enter in my ip address and connect to the box, I try to click the share and it gives me generic windows error " Public is not accessible" wtf? == ALSO i can't see the box under network??? HERE is my http://pastebin.com/93936806:07
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EvilbadwrongThis is so frustrating.....06:08
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ArtiFACThttp://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2032946351484040588&q=kill+the+president&total=874&start=0&num=10&so=0&type=search&plindex=006:08
compengiUbuntuServerUser, are you using samba for windows and linux share?06:08
ArtiFACTwatch watch..06:09
dr_willisUbuntuServerUser,  you did install the samba package? you did give the users samba passwords with 'sudo smbpasswd -a USERNAMES' you did ENABLE the home shares by editing the samba config?06:09
Jordan_U!offtopic | ArtiFACT06:09
ubotuArtiFACT: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!06:09
thefallenarchangmacogw the chipst is an atheros 5007eg under windows but under linux it shows its a atheros 5006eg06:09
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macogwthefallenarchang: open a terminal (applications > accessories) and type in "lsmod | grep -i madwifi"06:09
EvilbadwrongAccording to the forums...no one has been able to get this ATI card to work yet...06:09
UbuntuServerUsercompengi dr_willis, yes, yes and yes yes06:09
Icehawk78compengi: I'm connected to my server through ssh, but I want to see if I have any old sessions of me also logged in, locking a folder, and if possible, log them off in order to free it.06:10
ArtiFACTwell.. alright then..06:10
ArtiFACTno offtopic stuff.06:10
ArtiFACTgrrr. :)06:10
dr_willisUbuntuServerUser,  for the share names give the users name for the last bit. not 'homes' also.06:10
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UbuntuServerUsercompengi dr_willis, I wote in my thing I can access it, so I set everything up correctly06:10
macogwthefallenarchang: and tell me what it says.  the chipsets are probably similar enough that they share a driver and so it doesnt bother being specific06:10
thefallenarchangsays smod not found06:10
MISTERTibbs!madwifi06:10
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs06:10
UbuntuServerUserdr_willis I'm sorry? What do you mean?06:10
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macogwthefallenarchang: atheros (all of them) should use madwifi, so do what MISTERTibbs just had ubotu say :p06:11
aranghi06:11
ksunteri installed ubuntu on a thinkpad x60s, but the sound does not work at all. how can i fix this?06:11
dr_willisUbuntuServerUser,  instead of //whatever/home  use //whatever/bubba (or whatever the username is) or are younot using the 'home dir' shares?06:11
ponicgksunter, try thinkwiki.org06:11
aranganyone willing to give me a hand before i put a bullet in my skull and become a MS drone?06:11
thefallenarchangsorry typo forgot the l for lsmod but it didn't say anything06:11
ponicgwhat's wrong arang06:11
UbuntuServerUserdr_willis no sir....http://pastebin.com/93936806:11
EvilbadwrongCan I paste my glxinfo here, so I can get some help?06:12
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arangok i have a problem with ekiga 2.0.3 in ubuntu feisty 7.0406:12
Jordan_U!paste | Evilbadwrong06:12
ubotuEvilbadwrong: 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 (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)06:12
dr_willisUbuntuServerUser,   ive notied that the things gets a bit confused when you try to access the 'home' share the first time..  once ya use the user name, it reizes you want a users home dir share instead.06:12
orbisviciscan transcode preserve dvd menus?06:12
compengiIcehawk78, type "who" in the terminal to check for the users connected with there ips. for the sessions i'm trying to remember where it's logged06:12
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specialmoosek i just did sudo apt-get install ndiswrapper-common and its saying not found when i plug in ndiswrapper... anyway to find out if ndiswrapper-1.47 is available of apt-get?06:13
CVDmaybe i have to disable the ipv6 in opera?06:13
arangekiga installs and configures well but when i receive a call or during a conversation for some reason it starts to stutters it seems at least appears to be a known bug06:13
ksunterponicg: i looked at thinkwiki, but there were no articles about ubuntu 6.06lts, and other related threads confused me06:13
Jordan_Uksunter, What is the output of: asoundconf list06:13
EvilbadwrongOk, here's my paste: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/27903/06:13
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thefallenarchangmacogw i retyped the command with the l in lsmod and it just went back to the prompt when i hit enter06:13
arangthere's ekiga 2.0.9 to download from ekiga.net and .deb installers for ubuntu but when i try to install them they fail and i get a problem with the apt-get cache06:13
UbuntuServerUserdr_willis, well ultimately I want each user to have his or her own folder (in the mount /srv/user1 /srv/user2) and access to a public share (/srv/public) and so far /srv/public is kind of working, what do you suggest?06:14
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Jordan_Uksunter, Why are you using 6.06 ?06:14
ksunterjordan_U: the out put is: Names of available sound cards: Intel06:14
macogwthefallenarchang: that means the madwifi driver isnt loaded.  that's the driver atheros generally uses06:14
EvilbadwrongDoes that make sense to anyone?06:14
Knuxnice.. my ubuntu just froze :\06:14
Flannel!sound | ksunter06:14
ubotuksunter: If you're having problems with sound, first ensure ALSA is selected, by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (ALSA Mixer). If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP306:14
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ponicgX60s?06:14
macogwthefallenarchang: just in case, do you by any chance know the actual MODEL of your wireless card?06:15
ponicgEvilbadwrong, you're using SGI...06:15
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macogwthefallenarchang: atheros are about 50/50 on "works great" and "works ok" with a few "this is craptastic" thrown in06:15
Evilbadwrongponicg: Sorry, I don't know what that means....06:15
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thefallenarchangall lspci says is 02:00.0 Ethernet controller: Atheros Communications, Inc. AR5006EG 802.11 b/g Wireless PCI Express Adapter (rev 01)06:15
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Icehawk78compengi: that's odd. Apparently I'm still the only one. So in that case, I suppose I'll jsut have to see if there's a second way to unlock a folder that has been locked from reading or writing06:16
dr_willisUbuntuServerUser,  there are 2 Samba Books included in the 'samba-doc' package.. If you want to get your samba skills up - they are WELL WELL worth reading.06:16
dr_willis!info samba-doc06:16
ubotusamba-doc: Samba documentation. In component main, is optional. Version 3.0.24-2ubuntu1.2 (feisty), package size 6754 kB, installed size 14512 kB06:16
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maethhi , i got compiz fusion installed in ubuntu , im trying to watch a movie and when i set it on fullscreen, the fullscreen video become transparent06:16
pacsum_someone knows a working DC++ software for ubuntu?06:16
mrynithow can i check to see if i have firewire drivers and if its working?06:16
maeth im watching it with VLC player06:16
dr_willis!p2p06:17
ubotuConventional P2P clients: Limewire/GTK-Gnutella/Frostwire (Gnutella Network).  -  BitTorrent: see !torrent  -  Direct connect: try valknut.  -  Also see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/P2PFileSharing for general information.06:17
arang:(06:17
pacsum_dcgui it's not working06:17
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thefallenarchangtried loading madwifi when i used the make command i have many errors06:17
UbuntuServerUserdr_willis, great will follow up on those, where are they? And is it possible to help me fix this little problem? http://pastebin.com/939368 IDK i followed the guide perfectly. .... :(06:17
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dr_willisubuntu-rocks,  they get installed to the /usr/share/doc dir I think. html format.06:18
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compengiIcehawk78, this could help gksudo gedit /var/log/auth.log06:18
Evilbadwrongponicg: What does SGI mean, and what do I need to do to get this card working???06:18
ponicgEvilbadwrong, I'm researching it. sorry.06:19
mrocmaeth:  hi, i have the same thing.  i read a post in the forums about how to fix it, but haven't tried it yet.   link: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=290383106:19
ponicgEvilbadwrong,  I'm not 100% sure.06:19
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dinEvilbadwrong: what kind of card?06:19
maethmroc,  thnx :D06:19
Evilbadwrongponicg: Sorry....I'm just frustrated. It's an ATI X1300 Pro.06:19
mrocmaeth:  welcome. good luck.06:19
ponicgEvilbadwrong, I know. I got that frustrated at first too. It's ok:) just wanted to let ya know06:19
neonlinuxhey all.. what command can i use to check the speed of my network card?06:19
dr_willisUbuntuServerUser,  i just sent a update to that pastebin. showing my Public samba share.06:20
Jordan_Uneonlinux, Change the speed?06:20
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dinEvilbadwrong: what's wrong with it so far?06:20
neonlinuxJordan_U: atm i just want to know the speed06:20
dinsorry, i just wanna know what you've done so far06:20
ponicgdin, He's got his glxinfo posted06:20
dinwhere?06:20
ponicgdin, And it's showing SGI/ATI... jussec06:20
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neonlinuxits a realtek 816906:20
EvilbadwrongThe colors are all washed out looking....like it's using some generic driver. Here's my pasted info: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/27903/06:21
ponicgdin, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/27903/06:21
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ochai need help, on my linux box, i was editting my xorg.conf (whatever it's called) for s video out and i messed it up and now the x server won't start up correctly, how do i edit the file through terminal or in shell mode?06:21
alecwhIs there a way I can set Compiz-Fusion to start on Ubuntu bootup?06:21
neonlinuxocha: sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf06:22
alecwhSorry, let me make that more detailed.06:22
dinEvilbadwrong: can you pastebin your /etc/X11/xorg.conf too?06:22
EvilbadwrongI'm using an older ubuntu boot right now...I'm dual booted with Vista....you know how it gives you several different ubuntus to choose from when booting? lol...I sound like such a newbie...06:22
ponicgEvilbadwrong, no more than the rest of us.06:22
alecwhIs there a way I can make Compiz Fusion boot on startup, except with indirect-rendering?06:22
dinthose are different kernel versions06:22
UbuntuServerUserdr_willis I'm new to patebin, how do I view the differences?06:22
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dinrevisions*06:23
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dr_willisUbuntuServerUser,  heck - the site keeps timing out on me when i update it...  May want to try some different pastebin place in the futyre. :()06:23
Evilbadwrongdin: no such file or directory06:23
neonlinuxso anyone with ideas on how to check the connection speed.. its meant to be a gigabit card.. but its transfer speed is real slow06:23
UbuntuServerUserdr_willis ok hold on06:23
dr_willisUbuntuServerUser, http://pastebin.com/93936806:23
dr_willisthere we go06:23
dinno /etc/X11/xorg.conf ??06:23
ponicgno /etc/X11/xorg.conf?06:23
ponicgwhat?06:23
macogwthefallenarchang: use ndiswrapper.  your card doesnt have madwifi support yet06:23
EvilbadwrongThat's what it says....06:23
dinhow old is your installation?06:24
ponicgls /etc/X11 and see if its got any .confs?06:24
dinit would have to be around 4 or 5 years06:24
ochaanyone got the tutorial for newbies on hooking up your s video to tv???06:24
ponicgit's 6.06 he said, din06:24
dinit has a xorg.conf then06:24
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Icehawk78compengi: that didn't fix my current problem, but did alert me to the fact that I have a new one - it would appear that someone is trying to brute force my server through ssh. Is there a simple way to just block any attempt from an IP address that fails authentication like 10 times in a row or 5 times in a minute?06:24
EvilbadwrongIt's been installed for exactly two days....and this is 7.0406:24
ponicgoh whoops06:24
dr_willisocha,  JUSt a tv? or a monitor and TV?06:24
ponicgsomeone else had 6.06 :-p06:24
dinponicg: yeah, so many questions they sometimes run together :)06:24
gdbEvilbadwrong: You don't have an xorg.conf?  Did you install using the Server CD?06:24
ochadr_willis, a montor and a tv06:25
ponicgdin,  yeah:(06:25
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dinEvilbadwrong: if you don't have xorg, then you wouldn't have a display session.06:25
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Jordan_UEvilbadwrong, Capital "X" in /etc/X11/xorg.conf06:25
dr_willisocha,  you basicially want to enable 'twinview' then.06:25
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ponicgdin, Any ideas where gnome stores its .conf info? Every time I boot X tells me that my X config differs from my Gnome Config and asks me what I want to do - use X conig or Gnome Config06:25
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compengiIcehawk78, yeah it's possible to block any ip that would try to login and fails after several times that you would specify06:26
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Evilbadwrongdin: ok...had to put a capitol 'x'....and now it says permission denied...lol06:26
ponicgdin, And I want to use my X config - it has the windows key setup to my superkey06:26
ochadr_willis, i didn't do that, i edit my xorg.conf :(06:26
dr_willisocha,  you proberly should backup your current /etc/X11/xorg.conf file, then run 'sudo nvidia-settings' make the changes.. and restart the X server to see if they work.06:26
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dinEvilbadwrong: sudo06:26
Jordan_UEvilbadwrong, sudo06:26
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dinponicg: hrm.06:26
Evilbadwrongsudo what? :P06:26
EvilbadwrongI'm a newbie, remember? :D06:27
dinponicg: can you give me the exact text from the dialog?06:27
ochahow do i save the changes i made to xorg.conf in the shell??06:27
dr_willisocha,  or use the  $ nvidia-xconfig  -twinview command.06:27
Flannelocha: which editor?06:27
dr_willisocha,  depends on how you made them06:27
Icehawk78I'm basically getting these lines over and over:06:27
Icehawk78Jun 30 00:10:40 ubuntu-Server sshd[32475] : (pam_unix) check pass; user unknown06:27
Icehawk78Jun 30 00:10:40 ubuntu-Server sshd[32475] : (pam_unix) authentication failure; logname= uid=0 euid=0 tty=ssh ruser= rhost=ns2.e-karnet.net06:27
Icehawk78Jun 30 00:10:42 ubuntu-Server sshd[32475] : Failed password for invalid user stomac from 202.122.19.5 port 54005 ssh206:27
Icehawk78Jun 30 00:10:44 ubuntu-Server sshd[32478] : Invalid user tk from 202.122.19.506:27
ponicgdin, Not atm - i'd have to reboot:)06:27
ponicgno wait, i can. holdon06:27
Flannel!paste | Icehawk7806:27
ubotuIcehawk78: 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 (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)06:27
EvilbadwrongOk guys...I have to go before I smash something. I'll try back later. Thanks.06:27
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dineh oh well06:28
ochaFlannel: im using the shell, and i had to take out some stuff, i lost the x server, and im trying to fix it06:28
FlannelIcehawk78: that's some guy (stomac) trying to login.  you might check out something like DenyHosts, that'll block people after N bad attempts06:28
bobgill1What would be the cmd to compose an email ?06:28
ochadr_willis: i used the shell to fix the file06:28
dinFlannel: try startx and see what error you get06:28
dinerr06:28
Flannelocha: right, but the shell isn't an editor, but there are editors that rn in the shell, what program are you usnig?06:28
dinorcha06:28
dinocha: **06:28
dingeez i can't type06:28
n2diyHow do I configure Nautilus to _not_  abbreviate my file sizes?06:28
dr_willisocha,   and you dident make a backup of your original eh?06:29
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ochaFlannel: sorry didn't know that, i use "sudo nano /etc/X11/xorg.conf/"06:29
Jordan_Un2diy, Your persistence amazes me :)06:29
dinctrl+o to write the file, ctrl+x to exit06:29
dinvi or vim is much better imo06:29
macogwocha: then that would mean you're using nano06:29
Flannelocha, what din said.06:29
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macogwocha: pico and vim are other in-terminal text editors06:30
n2diyJordan_U: there is an answer to this! :)06:30
maethmroc, dude, it worked perfectly, just copy everything and set it on the opacy settings06:30
hd1hi, my gxine can play music but amarok doesn't make any sound, I'm on xubuntu06:30
Flanneldin: nano is perfectly fine for editing config files06:30
compengiIcehawk78, specify in "iptables" or use fail2ban06:30
Jordan_Un2diy, You chacked gconf06:30
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Jordan_U?06:30
Flannelmacogw: no, pico is a symlink to nano, since pico isn't Free06:30
Jordan_U*checked :)06:30
dinFlannel: i know, but i'm very partial to vi06:30
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ochadr_willis: oh i did ^^ but i think i might know how to fix the errors, before trying to switch back to the orginal files06:30
din:)06:30
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mrocmaeth:  cool - thanks for the info.  i'll have to try it later.06:30
dini've been using it for 12 years now :)06:30
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macogwFlannel: really? didnt know that...then again, never used them06:30
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ponicgdin, yes06:30
n2diyJordan_U: Nope where is that /home ?06:30
Flannelmacogw: pico/pine are nonfree, nano/mutt are their Free equivalents06:30
dr_willisocha,  all ive had to do in the past from the original files was use that '$ nvidia-xconfig  -twinview ' command.06:31
dinponicg: what's the dialog say when you login?06:31
Jordan_Un2diy, gconf-editor06:31
VeinorWhy is it that some apps (such as putty) have such a weird, annoying font? and is there any way of changing it?06:31
macogwFlannel: ah i see.  this is me in "well..it exists..." mode :)06:31
orbisvicis!find lxdvdrip06:31
ochaFlannel: how do i save it? and then if i get more errors, ill let you guys know, im already in the hole, why not get a little farer in06:31
dr_willisputty? heh.06:31
ubotuPackage/file lxdvdrip does not exist in feisty06:31
macogwocha: ctrl +o06:31
dr_willisI recall seeing putty in the repos.. not sue why one would use it over ssh in a terminal.06:31
UbuntuServerUserI'm having trouble with samba...I set everything up correctly. when I enter in my ip address and connect to the box, I can connect, but when  I try to click the share and it gives me generic windows error " Public is not accessible" wtf? == ALSO i can't see the box under network throught a windows GUI??? HERE is my http://pastebin.ca/59672006:31
n2diyJordan_U: Ok, where, /home?06:31
ponicgdin,  That my gnome key configuration differs from my X key configuration (explains how) and if i want to use X or Gnome settings06:31
ponicgi couldnt' copy it though06:32
macogwocha: see the text at the bottom?  "write" means "save" and ^ means "ctrl key"06:32
Flannelocha: save with ctrl-o (^O is on the bottom in the bars across, ^ is ctrl).  quit with ^X06:32
Veinordr_willis: just an example.06:32
dr_willisUbuntuServerUser,  its possibl theres some windows firewall going on.06:32
specialmooseis there a soundblaster audigy ubuntu help forum? i want to get my 4.1 speakers working :P06:32
FlannelVeinor: putty's font would depend on what you picked for it, it's in the configs I believe.  Btu that'd be local on your windows box, linux has nothing to do with that06:32
Jordan_Un2diy, In a terminal or run dialog run: gconf-editor06:32
dr_willisUbuntuServerUser,  windows can be a pain at times.    sadly. Those using samba books (in samba-doc) give trouble shooting tips06:32
UbuntuServerUserdr_willis good point, but I have disabled all that crap, I'm running DD-WRT on my linux box06:32
ochamacogw: thanks man let me try it06:32
dr_willisno idea what DD-WRT is06:33
UbuntuServerUserdr_willis, btw wher can I find those?06:33
ochaFlannel: let me try it06:33
ponicgdin, got it this time06:33
dr_willisUbuntuServerUser,  they are in the 'samba-doc' package in the repos06:33
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UbuntuServerUserdr_Willis http://www.dd-wrt.com/dd-wrtv2/index.php06:33
dr_willis!info samba-doc06:33
ubotusamba-doc: Samba documentation. In component main, is optional. Version 3.0.24-2ubuntu1.2 (feisty), package size 6754 kB, installed size 14512 kB06:33
VeinorFlannel: Nah, there's this font that shows up on a bunch of apps, such as putty; windows isn't entering into the equation here06:33
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ochahow i restart x?06:33
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Veinorocha: control-alt-backspace06:34
Veinorthat'll kill all of your apps as well06:34
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ochaVeinor: even int he shell?06:34
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FlannelVeinor: putty wouldn't have anything to do with linux at all.  It's entirely local06:34
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nirmalhow can i install compiz in Fiesty06:34
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dragonmchey guys, is there a way to return what a cd's label (name) is in the console?06:35
zcat[1] anyone here ever set up a (headless) server for tremulous ?06:35
ponicgVeinor, what does the font look like?06:35
ochawhats the comand line in the shell to restart06:35
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zcat[1] I know I can just run the game and click 'create server' but that's no good for a 1U rack box..06:35
bobgill1ocha: sudo shutdown -r (i think)06:35
Fedmanhey guys can anyone reccomend me a good app dor sorting mp3s06:35
Phydouxocha, I believe it's reboot06:36
Fedmanfor*06:36
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UbuntuServerUser!amrok | Fedman06:36
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about amrok - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:36
macogwFedman: sorting how?  a player/library or a tag-er?06:36
n2diyJordan_U:  locate returns tons of stuff on gconf-editor06:36
Fedmanmacgow: tagger :)06:36
hd1/server irc.freenode.net06:36
macogwFedman: for a music library, i'm a fan of banshee.  a lot of people like amarok, and ubuntu comes with rhythmbox which works well too06:36
macogwFedman: audio tag tool then06:36
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Jordan_Un2diy, It is an application, run it06:36
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Veinorflannel: hmm... maybe a screenshot would help clear things up. see http://img505.imageshack.us/img505/5161/puttyzv0.png06:37
n2diyJordan_U:  Ah, ok, danger!06:37
Fedmanmacoqw: I'm using amarok but It's abit hard to sort mp3s with it06:37
ochabobgill1: thats not working06:37
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cactaurFedman: EasyTag is a pretty good tagger that I use. Can be installed via synaptic.06:37
Jordan_Un2diy, Danger?06:38
KnuxQ: how do I enable Identd (for irc) under ubuntu?06:38
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hd1I can play music with gxine but not amarok, it doesn't make any sound, any idea?06:38
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bobgill1ocha: try "reboot"06:38
specialmooserythmbox player have an equaliser?06:38
ochahow do i restart in shel "sudo shutdown -r"06:38
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macogwocha: sudo rebot06:38
macogwocha: sudo reboot06:38
Lo_Panreboot06:38
alecwhIs there any way I can set Compiz Fusion to bootup as indirect rendering?06:38
Jordan_Uocha, sudo shutdown -r now06:38
macogwocha: spell it correctly :)06:38
Flying-PenguinOk... here is the poblem.. firefox won't load anywebsites.. it will load http servers on m local net though.06:38
dragonmcanyone know how i can return an inserted cd's label in the console?06:38
K`zanAnyone using virtualbox and have problems with it reading the cd to install a guest os?06:38
Fedmancactaur: Thx looks pretty promising I'll give it a try :)06:38
Flying-Penguinand it doesn't say cant connect.. just sits there at conecting06:38
ochamacogw: thanks it works06:38
n2diyJordan_U:  Yes, running config stuff is always dicey! I don't know if my OS will be lost in the transporter, or not?06:38
ochabobgill1: thanks it work06:39
macogwFlying-Penguin: proxy?06:39
Jordan_UFlying-Penguin, Can you ping the outside world?06:39
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Flying-PenguinNo I am not on a proxy06:40
Jordan_Un2diy, ? there is nothing dicey about gconf-editor06:40
Veinorfor some reason, some of my apps show up in a different font: the one in http://img505.imageshack.us/img505/5161/puttyzv0.png . Is there any way to change that?06:40
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ochahow do i use back up of xorg.conf06:40
Flying-Penguinyes, I can ping google.com and i get abought 80ms when I ping it using ubuntus network tools06:40
Jordan_Uocha, sudo cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf-backup06:40
n2diyJordan_U:  OK, I got into it, and I'm into the defaults, wish me luck! :)06:40
macogwJordan_U: except that gconf is really confusing (ive been told it was like regedit, but i never used regedit until yesterday, and now i agree)06:40
alecwhI would like to set Compiz-Fusion to bootup (on system startup) with "indirect rendering". Is this possible?06:40
specialmoosebye bye rhythmbox, hello Amarok!06:40
waudetteI've loaded Umbutu 7.x to my system in 386 mode and I noticed that it recognises fewer devices than it found in the 64bit OS.  How do I find linux drivers for my ASUS M2V motherboard with ATI 1950GT 512MB Video Card?06:41
macogwalecwh: if you know what option to pass it on the command line, specify the whole thing in your gnome session06:41
MaxdamantusUmbutu. :d06:41
alecwhmacogw, I've tried that, it doesn't do it.06:41
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Flying-PenguinJordan_U: so yah.. I can ping www.google.com06:41
K`zanThanks anyway folks, guess virtualbox is not going to work for me :-(.06:42
alecwh"compiz --replace --indirect-rendering ccp"06:42
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alecwhthat's what I have06:42
Veinorspecialmoose: piece of advice: as far as I know, there's no way to change what program the 'launch default music player' shortcut will boot, so go to /usr/bin and 'sudo mv rhythmbox rhythmboxx; sudo ln amarok rhythmbox'06:42
RobNyc!et06:42
ubotuInformation about games on Ubuntu can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Games and http://www.icculus.org/lgfaq/gamelist.php and ubuntugames.org06:42
macogwalecwh: did you just put compiz-fusion (or whatever you type to launch it) or include an option that makes it use indirect rendering?06:42
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alecwhYes, macogw. I have this in my session preferences: "compiz --replace --indirect-rendering ccp"06:42
Flying-PenguinJordan_U: infact.. I can even connect to irc.freenode.net on irssi.. 0o as I am doing right now06:42
orbisvicis!find mjpegtools06:42
ubotuFound: libmjpegtools-dev, libmjpegtools0c2a, mjpegtools06:42
ochamy x server error is no screen was founded, how do put it back into the file06:43
Jordan_UFlying-Penguin, :)06:43
macogwalecwh: ... you have to --replace in session?   i dont have c-f (just beryl), but i never have to --replace, just "beryl"06:43
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macogwalecwh: for session startup, i mean.  if metacity's already running, i might have to....06:43
orbisvicis!info sed06:43
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ubotused: The GNU sed stream editor. In component main, is required. Version 4.1.5-1 (feisty), package size 194 kB, installed size 920 kB06:43
alecwhMaybe that will work. I'll try, macogw.06:43
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alecwhbe right back...06:43
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slestakanyone know a mail client that can enable a particular mail account only if a particular connection is established? ie, only check work mail if vpn is active?  Evolution doesnt appear to do anything like this.06:44
NemesisDim helping somebody set up their network connection, how do we find out what our ip address is (if we are getting one)?06:44
FlannelNemesisD: ifconfig06:44
Jordan_UNemesisD, ifconfig06:44
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alecwhmacogw, this: "compiz  --indirect-rendering ccp"06:44
alecwhright?06:44
compengianyone here knows how to work with iptables?06:44
NemesisDFlannel, Jordan_U thanks :)06:44
Fedmancactaur: Tank you it's great :D06:44
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macogwalecwh: try it *Shrug* cant hurt anything06:44
alecwhok06:44
specialmoosecrap, i think i just killed administrative tools06:44
cactaurFedman: no problem06:44
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alecwhmacogw, do I need to restart my PC, or just X server.06:45
macogwalecwh: just X should be fine06:45
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KnuxQ : anyone knows how to use pidentd on ubuntu? I installed it but I stuck there06:45
Veinorfor some reason, some of my apps show up in a different font: the one in http://img505.imageshack.us/img505/5161/puttyzv0.png . Is there any way to change that?06:46
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alecwhNo luck, macogw.06:46
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Flying-PenguinJordan_U: any ideas?06:46
macogwalecwh: have you tried asking in #ubuntu-effects?06:46
alecwhI will.06:46
n2diyJordan_U:  OK, I can't play there, had to back out and gksudo in.06:46
Jordan_UFlying-Penguin, No :(06:46
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Flying-PenguinJordan_U: 0o I am also on wireless...06:46
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NemesisDfor some reason network settings isn't letting me add any dns servers, anyone know why that may be?06:47
Jordan_Un2diy, It should be a user specific preference06:47
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n2diyJordan_U:  Well, everything was ghosted out, now I'm in, exploring.06:48
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alecwhHello, sorry, my computer is being weird. Anyway, I want to boot up "Compiz Fusion" on startup. However, I also need to to start Compiz Fusion with INDIRECT RENDERING. I have already put this in to my session manager: "compiz  --indirect-rendering ccp", and that didn't give me luck. Any ideas/help?06:52
orbisvicis!find lxdvd06:52
ubotuPackage/file lxdvd does not exist in feisty06:52
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Flannelalecwh: #ubuntu-effects for compiz support06:53
alecwhFlannel, I tried there. Nobody's home. :(06:53
Flannelalecwh: try #beryl06:53
macogwFlannel: thats the wrong channel06:53
ochaJordan_U: hey man, after typing in "sudo cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf ./etc/X11/xorg.conf-backup" do i just do a restart? and will the shell tell me anythiing if i did it correnty?06:53
NemesisDnow its not letting me add any connections in network settings06:53
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macogwalecwh: #compiz-fusion06:53
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NemesisDand still wont let me put in a dns address06:54
homanjocha: what are you trying to do? i came into the convo late.06:54
alecwhThanks Flannel, macogw.06:54
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OmegaCenti_Flannel: Always the helpful one eh06:54
Jordan_Uocha, All that does is copy the file, no need to restart, and it won't give any output if it worked06:55
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OmegaCenti_Anybody want to tackle my problem with system beep?06:55
dinsudo /etc/init.d/gdm stop and then try startx to test it06:55
NemesisDdoes anybody know why i would not be able to add any dns servers in network settings?06:55
OmegaCenti_I just want to hear the sweet piezoelectric buzz of my PC... :(06:55
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ochahomanj: i tryed getting tv out and my monitor to work throiugh changin the xorg.conf, it didn't end too pretty, now im trying to get my old setting back, becausee the x server won't start06:55
dinNemesisD: add them manually /etc/resolv.conf06:55
smultronanyone familiar with the pine email client?06:56
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NemesisDdin whats the syntax on that?06:56
dinocha: ah, you don't have X started as of yet06:56
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gumpishis there a command to view filesystem activity?06:56
Flannelsmultron: Pine isn't Free.  mutt is the free alternative.06:56
homanjocha: there is command to reconfigure x06:56
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dinNemesisD: nameserver 1.2.3.406:56
smultronFlannel: you mean free as in speech?06:56
ochaJordan_U: it aint working though, when it copys, how do i start the xserver up06:57
Jordan_U!xconfig | ocha06:57
ubotuocha: To reconfigure your X server, open a console and type  sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg  - To configure only the driver and resolution, type  sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg -phigh  - See also !FixRes06:57
n2diyJordan_U:  Well, I'm still having permission problems, but I think you've set me on the rigtht path.06:57
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dinocha: try this "sudo X -configure"06:57
dinthat should get you a working config06:57
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dinand then cp the test config that it makes for you to /etc/X1106:57
Flannelsmultron: I do.  pine can't legally (usefully) be in Ubuntu06:58
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ochadin, then what? start the x server?06:58
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dinocha: after you get it copied into X11, run startx to test it. you can kill that session with ctrl+alt+bkspace.06:59
dinsudo /etc/init.d/gdm start will give you a login screen.06:59
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n2diyFlannel:  smultron, long live Pico, may it rest in peace.06:59
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ochadin, what would i type to copy it over?07:00
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dinocha: do you have the name of the file it created for you?07:00
smultronn2diy: what's that mean? (sorry, i'm slow :P )07:00
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drama1981hello. im prepairing to move to ubuntu from fedora. however i have a few questions.07:00
drama1981is there an expert install option?07:01
ocha/home/midori/xcon.conf.new i think07:01
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n2diyFlannel:  smultron,  pico was the editor that was part of the pine package.07:01
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NemesisDdin, ok anything that i need to do now that that file is saved?07:01
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ochadin xorg.conf.new07:02
Flanneldrama1981: on the alternate CD, yes07:02
dinocha: sudo cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf /etc/X11/xorg.conf.backup && sudo cp /home/midori/xorg.conf.new /etc/X11/xorg.conf07:02
ochadin i think07:02
krinnshi all07:02
krinnsany one works on SRSS with ubuntu07:02
specialmoosewhats a good mp3 player for ubuntu that has an equalizer?07:02
drama1981umm how do i know which one i have? i have the dvd07:02
smultronn2diy: oh, so they're both non-free, then, right?07:02
dinspecialmoose: amarok07:02
okaratashello07:02
din:)07:02
specialmoosedin, i cant get mp3's to work07:02
specialmoosedin, damn app keeps crashing/not working07:02
dinspecialmoose: you are missing codecs then07:02
ochadin which one? or both07:02
Flannelsmultron: pico is also non-Free, yes.  nano is the equivalent.  pico/pine, nano/mutt07:02
dinspecialmoose: which app?07:02
StrangelvJordan_U: dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg -phigh doesn't fix my problem of three FUBAR video modes that I can't get to work or get rid of (640x480, 800x600, and 1024x768) on my 1280x768 LCD display.  If I remove them from the menu they appear anyway and don't work; if I leave them checked they still don't work.  Are there any keywords I should try searching for before filing a bug report?07:03
specialmoosedin, amarok07:03
orbisvicis!find ldvdnav07:03
dinocha: both07:03
ubotuPackage/file ldvdnav does not exist in feisty07:03
dinthe && makes the second one run directly after the first07:03
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smultronFlannel: oh, gotcha07:03
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veneboyHi.07:03
dinspecialmoose: run amarok from a terminal07:03
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dinand see what error it gives you07:03
n2diyFlannel:  smultron,  license issues, haven't seen pico, or pine, in a number of years. Nano replaced pico, and you probably have that.07:03
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navetshey i need some help07:04
pdxkidhi all - google let me down.  how can i show the speed of my SATA hard drive (feisty)07:04
specialmoosedin, a bunch lol07:04
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navetshow can i burn an .avi to be played on a regular dvd player07:04
Flanneldrama1981: DVD has both installation methods, so yes.  expert mode available on that too07:04
pdxkiddmesg makes it look like 2 of my SATA drives are running at 3.0g and 2 are at 1.507:04
pdxkidi want to sort that out07:04
dinspecialmoose: like?07:04
Strangelvspecialmoose: good MP3 player with eq: XMMS07:04
ochadin then startx???07:04
DavidCraft_how do i bring down my wireless interface so that i can change its settings via ifconfig. I did ifconfig ath0 down, but when i try to set something, it says the device is busy07:04
dinocha: yes07:04
specialmoosedin, whats that site where i can post up code and send you the link?07:04
alecwhnavets, try "DeeVeeDee"07:05
alecwhin the reps.07:05
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alecwhrepos*07:05
dinocha: you can kill that X session when it starts with ctrl+alt+bkspc07:05
ochadin thanks, let me try it07:05
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smultronn2diy or Flannel: do either of you know how to set up mutt or pine with a simple IMAP account? I open both applications and they both seem to be assuming i've already set up a config file elsewhere or something.07:05
n2diyDavidCraft_: ifdown ath007:05
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DavidCraft_n2diy, tried that aswell07:06
dinspecialmoose: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/07:06
drama1981ok Flannel i just noticed that (hit f1). it says to enter expert in the command line. do i have to remove the whole command line then type expert or how do i do it? im used to fedora and just typing expert07:06
n2diysmultron: nope07:06
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ochadin, i got my desktop back, the colors bad, should i restall my video drivers? or just uise the desktop or whatever ya know what i mean?07:06
smultronn2diy: ok, thanks07:06
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specialmoosedin, ok, posting... rhythmbox works fine but no damn eq :P07:06
n2diyDavidCraft_: sure it is ath0?07:06
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NemesisDdin, what do i need to do after i save that file? the network settings is acting weird, those dns servers showed up and then just disappeared07:06
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specialmoosedin, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/27904/07:06
Flanneldrama1981: I'm not sure exactly.07:07
logan_I am trying to watch a movie full screen, and am having lagging problems, do I need graphics drivers? I never installed any, using the ubuntu software stuff07:07
nobleHey smultron, I'm trying to figure out the same thing07:07
dinocha: get into your desktop, and pastebin your xorg.conf for me07:07
DavidCraft_n2diy, yeah07:07
thefallenarchangbefore installing madwifi does the restriced driver need to beremoved??07:07
drama1981ok ty. ill try google then07:07
Flanneldrama1981: it'll be something like that though.  What "remove whole command line" are you talking about?07:07
smultronnoble: you getting anywhere?07:07
Jordan_Ulogan_, What GFX card do you have?07:07
logan_ATI radeon07:07
specialmoosedin, btw, i did install gstreamer0.8. something off apt-get07:07
noblesmultron, nope not yet07:07
Jordan_Ulogan_, System -> Administration -> Restricted Driver Manager07:07
n2diyDavidCraft_: ok, what does ifup ath0 tell you?07:07
smultronnoble: i'm heading over to #mutt to see if they can help07:07
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specialmoosedin, gstreamer0.8-mad07:08
dinspecialmoose: give me a sec07:08
noblegood idea smultron07:08
Jordan_Uspecialmoose, You want gstreamer0.1007:08
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veneboycan i use alt+tab while dragging an icon in gnome?07:08
drama1981well if i select say text mode and hit f6 it lets me edit the boot commands. wasnt sure if i do something there or not07:08
logan_"Your hardware doesn't need restricted drivers"07:08
orbisvicis!find streamdvd07:08
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ocha_!pastebin07:08
ubotuPackage/file streamdvd does not exist in feisty07:08
dinNemesisD: have you tried sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart ?07:08
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)07:08
specialmooseJordan_U, how do i search apt-get to see if its there or not07:08
veneboycan i assign an icon to a shell script in gnome, so that i can see it in the "Run application" dialog?07:08
NemesisDdin, trying that now07:09
logan_does that mean it is using my graphics card automatically or it just doesn't have anything it doesnt know what it is...?07:09
Jordan_Uspecialmoose, apt-cache search <whatever>07:09
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ocha_!pastbin07:09
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about pastbin - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi07:09
logan_Because I can't watch a video at all without it lagging, and I could in windows.07:09
Flanneldrama1981: no, I don't believe that's it.  But, well, I suppose it might be.  You want to boot to the textmode installer, with the expert config.  I haven't installed in a while, bit rusty.07:09
dinspecialmoose: try this: sudo /usr/sbin/dpkg-reconfigure amarok07:09
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matt2292I'm setting up a computer to act as a server, so it will not have any monitors attached to it. I still need x server running because i control it via VNC, but if i try to boot without a monitor connected, i get the xserver fatal error "no screens detected" and so it will not start. My question is, how can i get x server to ignore the fact i have no physical monitor and still start up anyway?07:09
DavidCraft_n2diy, ifup: interface ath0 already configured07:09
eboyjrHow do you edit the "Places" tab/menu on the File Browser???07:09
drama1981ok ty07:09
smultronnoble: http:wiki.mutt.org is where i'm at now. maybe it will help07:10
Jordan_Ueboyjr, alacarte or gconf-editor07:10
n2diyDavidCraft_: Can you ping it's IP?07:10
dr_willismatt2292,  you can set up vnc and not need a X server running.07:10
DavidCraft_n2diy, note: im using the wireless right now, no other option, so i need to know what to try when im off.07:10
smultronnoble: http://wiki.mutt.org/?MuttGuide07:10
AmaranthJordan_U: neither, actually07:10
dr_willismatt2292,  vnc can run tottaly in the background. You dont have to share the 'currently seen' desktop.07:10
orbisvicis!find dvdnav07:10
DavidCraft_n2diy, but i have tried when not connected07:10
noblethanks for the link smultron07:10
ubotuFound: libdvdnav-dev, libdvdnav407:10
specialmoosedin, typed command, didnt do anything07:10
n2diyDavidCraft_: Can you ping it's IP?07:10
DavidCraft_n2diy, would this NetworkManager applet have anything to do with it?07:10
DavidCraft_yes i can ping its ip...07:10
dr_willismatt2292,  you may need to configure the 'vncserver' settings a little bit. there was a buglet or 2 in them last i looked.07:10
n2diyDavidCraft_: Can you ping it's IP?07:10
DavidCraft_yes i can ping its ip...07:11
dinspecialmoose: sure it did. see if it amarok will work now.07:11
specialmoosedin, same thing07:11
dinaack07:11
dinok, gimme a bit07:11
n2diyDavidCraft_: Can you ping it's IP, with no failures?07:11
drama1981also does 3d acceleration actually work on ati cards? it doesnt with my current distro because the version of x is too new07:11
DavidCraft_n2diy, no failures so far... i dont see how this has anything to do with bringing it down07:12
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matt2292dr_willis: is there an easier way? I'm running x11vnc because vncserver dosent seem to work with xfce, and i currently have it configured to login automatically and just use one desktop.07:12
NemesisDdin, i get errors, rtnetlink no such process, theres already a pid file, and so on and soforth, it seems to be releasing the ip but then we get eth1 errors no such device, theres already a pid file, this is all foreign to me07:12
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n2diyDavidCraft_: We need to know that you can talk to it.07:12
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ocha_din, ya there?07:12
DavidCraft_n2diy, ok. now what?07:13
dinocha_: yes07:13
dr_willismatt2292,  the 'issue' is that the default vncserver dosent read the users  .vnc/xstartup like it used to do. You can configure vncserver to do so.. and launch xfce from that file.07:13
veneboycan you use alt+tab in gnome while dragging an icon (nautilus --> application)?07:13
ocha_din, what wast he website?07:13
ocha_din, pastebin?07:13
dinhttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/07:13
dr_willismatt2292,  what i normally do is 'ssh' to the box and start vncserver. X doisent need to be running at all.07:13
veneboycan you assign an icon to a shell script so that you can see it in the  "Run application" dialog?07:13
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dr_willismatt2292,  ive twiddled and played with vnc for years. :) its a very flexiable tool. but the default setup  under feisty seems to be a little bit bugged. :(07:14
n2diyDavidCraft_: sudo ifdown ath0   ?07:14
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ocha_din, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/27905/07:14
DavidCraft_n2diy, one sec, i might disconnect.07:14
n2diyDavidCraft_: roger07:15
specialmoosecurious what input device 169 is07:15
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xenexWhat program do you guys suggest to play .divx files?07:15
mrignsspecialmoose: wacom07:15
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specialmooselol why is amarok trying to open that up07:15
specialmoosei dont have one07:15
matt2292dr_wilis: ok thanks, i spent a while trying to set it up because i only knew how to get it to work with gnome, and i have no idea right now how to set up vnc to run without x server but still use my default desktop07:16
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dinNemesisD: sudo rm /var/run/dhclient* && sudo /etc/init.d/networking restart07:16
dintry that07:16
dinocha_: you don't have a default depth defined07:16
dinor resolution07:16
veneboyxenex: i like mplayer. totem is the default.07:16
mrignsspecialmoose: it's enabled in the xorg.conf07:16
matt2292dr_willis: i hate how seemingly small and irrelivant errors make you have to start all over again07:16
ocha_din, how i set that up?07:17
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NemesisDdin, still getting a mess of errors07:17
dinocha_: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/27907/07:17
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dinNemesisD: pastebin them07:18
dinocha_: check the bottom under Section "Screen"07:18
dinyou'll see the added settings07:18
dr_willismatt2292,  :)  I find that 'vnc4server' works better for me.. It seems to work  'how i expect it to'07:18
dinadd them to yours, and restart X07:18
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veneboyxenex: mplayer is nice because you don 't need to install extra codecs. they're all included.07:18
NemesisDdin, im doing this over the phone, is there a way to tell if the device is working/being detected before i explain how pastebin works for him?07:18
specialmoosewell when i click on a song in amarok, it doesnt do anything then the "no mp3 playback support" window pops up and the entire app crashes07:18
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dr_willismatt2292,  it will make a .vnc/xstartup script that you can tewek and run whatever you want to when you spawn 'vncserver'07:18
specialmooseshould i just reinstall it?07:18
veneboyxenex:there is also xine.07:19
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xenexveneboy, well i was playing divx stuff with vlc and it was fine but it would freeze from time to time07:19
matt2292ok07:19
xenexveneboy, and mplayer never works for me unless its the mozilla plugin07:19
NemesisDdin, also he has no network connectivity so pastebin will be difficult07:19
dinNemesisD: sudo dmesg07:19
dinNemesisD: this is true lol07:19
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NemesisDdin, nevermind for now, the quitter just said he has to go to sleep07:20
veneboyxenex: hm... strange. it works ok for me -- feisty fawn. i use just the command line...07:20
dinlol07:20
NemesisDbut im sure ill be back :)07:20
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ocha_din, what about it?07:20
veneboyxenex: mplayer file.avi07:20
dinsounds like he's having major issues07:20
xenexveneboy, i'm streaming the divx movies07:20
chaosmysticcan anyone tell me the best Web Design IDE (other then Nvu) for Ubuntu 7.04?07:20
dinocha_: see the parts i added in the very bottom section07:20
NemesisDyes07:20
NemesisDcatch you guys later07:20
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dincya07:20
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matt2292dr_willis: would it be easier to replace my installation of xubuntu with ubuntu server and start from there?07:20
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specialmoosehmm07:21
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specialmoosewell amarok is buggy for me07:21
veneboyxenex: where from?07:21
specialmoosemaybe i can wine itunes07:21
specialmoose:P07:21
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dr_willismatt2292,  i dont see why you need to.07:21
chaosmysticI got Photoshop 7 to work under WINE07:21
xenexveneboy, http://divx-042.vo.llnwd.net/stage6vid/1256419.divx07:21
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dr_willismatt2292,  you can run 'vncserver' without X running at all. Ive had a fileserver with no monitor that way for ages...07:21
dinspecialmoose: one sec07:22
bruenig!bluefish | Strangelv07:22
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about bluefish - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi07:22
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ocha_din, just copy and paste in the xorg.conf07:22
bruenig!info bluefish | Strangelv07:22
ubotustrangelv: bluefish: advanced Gtk+ HTML editor. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.0.7-1 (feisty), package size 1570 kB, installed size 6724 kB07:22
xenexveneboy, looks like it is working well in xine07:22
Strangelv"I believe he'sneding it for Edgy07:22
specialmoosedin, im going to try and reinstall it07:22
dinocha_: yes07:22
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dinspecialmoose: you are having soundcard issues07:22
dinspecialmoose: try this07:22
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specialmoosenvm, i cant uninstall it ubuntu wont let me lol07:22
dinsudo asoundconf reset-default-card07:23
dinthen give it a shot07:23
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chaosmysticCan Bluefish work with AJAX?07:23
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matt2292dr_willis: so should i replace x11vnc with vncserver?07:23
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gluttonywhere do i need to go get gaim help? i keep getting a connection timeout error07:23
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ocha_din, how i open xorg.conf through terminal?07:23
chaosmysticvncserver is quicker or you could always setup apache07:23
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dinocha_: you can't use gedit?07:24
krinnsheloo07:24
dr_willismatt2292,  you can have botyh installed at the same time. I USE vncserver. I dont share the currently running desktop ( thats what x11vnc does)07:24
krinnsany onw works on SRSS07:24
dingksudo gedit /etc/X11/xorg.conf07:24
krinnsSunray07:24
ocha_over xorg.conf? the orginal file?07:24
specialmoosedin, nope07:24
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veneboyxenex: never done that.  I wrote mplayer your url in a terminal and am seeing the stream07:24
dinspecialmoose: same errors?07:24
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veneboyxenex: so it's working...07:24
specialmoosedin,  yup07:24
dr_willismatt2292,  i tend to 'ssh' to the remote box. run vncserver, and then on the local box. run the vncclient i want to connect to it.07:24
dinspecialmoose: try it without the sudo07:24
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xenexveneboy, mplayer freezes when i try ;\ also it doesn't play any other video files that i have on my hd07:25
veneboyxenex: mac farlane stuff.... cool...!07:25
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veneboyxenex: i don't know why... here it's working well.07:25
veneboyi'm watching it.07:25
dr_willisnight all07:26
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veneboyxenex: ubuntu feisty?07:26
matt2292dr_willis: ok well i know how to set it up where i can log into a session not already started on the server using a port other than the current screen, is that how i would configure it?07:26
ocha_din, i think i did it. now what? restart?07:26
xenexveneboy, yep07:26
specialmoosedin, nope, it wont even let me use its "install mp3 support" because it crashes out07:26
dinocha yep07:26
Strangelv"The mainone I've tried so far is Scream, and I don't knowif that does AJAX.  It does have a Javascript IDE, but I've not reinstalled it lately as I had problems before with breaking dependancies (it's very Gnome centric and I'm running KDE)07:26
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Strangelv"Mostly I just used it for the Javascript IDE07:27
matt2292dr_willis: VNC that is, then start vnc from ssh and then login07:27
chaosmysticThanks Strangelv07:27
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matt2292dr_willis: i think it was logging in from XDMCP or something07:27
ocha_din,  brb07:27
specialmoosedin, so, ubuntu wont let me uninstall it, says something is needing it07:28
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chaosmysticyou might try finding a ubuntu friendly version of Aptana07:29
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veneboybye all. time to sleep.07:29
dinspecialmoose: you could try rm -rf ~/.kde/share/apps/amarok but be warned it will completely remove all amarok configuration for your user07:29
ocha_din, yea...07:30
dinocha_: looking better?07:30
specialmoosedin, well what could possibly be using amarok in the installer (add/remove) that wouldnt allow me to uninstall it from th ere?07:30
ocha_din, make, it looks kinda wired. i think i shoudl reinstall my drivers?07:30
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ChavaoHello newbies Ubuntusers07:30
ocha_din, it looks the same07:30
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dinocha_: go for the nvidia drivers07:30
StrangelvMy problem is that dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg -phigh (suggested by Jordan_U) doesn't fix my problem of three FUBAR video modes that I can't get to work or get rid of (640x480, 800x600, and 1024x768) on my 1280x768 LCD display.  If I remove them from the menu they appear anyway and don't work; if I leave them checked they still don't work.  Are there any keywords I should try searching for before filing a bug report?07:30
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Strangelv"They seem hardwired and it doesn't matter whether they're listed in xorg.conf -- you have them whether they work or not07:31
ocha_nvidia-xconfig -twinview07:31
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Strangelv"My video is S307:31
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matt2292dr_willis: thanks i think i got it07:32
StrangelvUniChrome Pro somethingorother07:32
dinocha_: do you already have the nvidia drivers installed?07:32
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dinocha_: lsmod|grep -i "idia"07:32
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dfgas_compiz fusion is kickarse07:33
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channel200any X11 or gnome experts available? My system just crashed on power failure and now logs out of X11/gnome sessions immediately after login. Any suggestions on cleanup/diagnosis procedures?07:34
StrangelvAlternatively, does anyone know a way to lock a mode so that no fullscreen application will be able to change the display?07:34
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dinchannel200: grep "EE" /var/log/Xorg.0.log07:34
Strangelvcould it be a configulation issue?  do you have an older version of xorg.cong, et c?  That's all I can think of07:35
gnychishow do i restart ALSA?07:35
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DavidCraft2how do I connect to a wireless connection without the network manager applet?07:35
ocha_din, i did before my xserver failed07:35
StrangelvYou can restart ALSA under System Settings07:35
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