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erUSULT-Connect: or/and use sudo12:01
bruenigT-Connect, add/remove? update-notifier?12:01
bruenigauto-codecs12:01
bruenigrestricted drivers12:01
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bruenigthe awesomeness of 7 different package managers12:01
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bruenigfor simplicity of coruse12:01
chattrback12:01
wepeelbruenig, of course :)12:01
T-ConnectIt look like it broken.12:02
rubikcubecupsys should not even crash the whole system when it receives a malformed ps, should it?12:02
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T-Connect2 errors12:02
ladydoorerUSUL: I believe that tor is one of those packages that *has* to be up-to-date, since it's all about anonymity and security. However, as I am not a user, if you are I will defer to your judgment.12:02
winowerproblemsmy users settings window won't appear all the way, it just shows the frame but there are no user names12:02
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winowerproblemscan somebody help me?12:02
bruenigT-Connect, it looks like the lock is there and you either aren't running it as sudo or have another package manager open12:02
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bruenigT-Connect, you can always sudo rm -f /var/lib/dpkg/lock, but generally that error means something and you should only run this command if you are sure it is wrong12:03
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T-ConnectTell me how to do this. I will copy and paste onto my notes. Then I will restart Ubuntu and do it over.12:03
obf213how do i get my media buttons to work with exaile12:03
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obf213they work with the standard media players that come with ubuntu12:03
Cubeyi'm really starting to hate computers12:04
kevinl--does anyone know Dennis Kaarsemaker's IRC name ?12:04
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kevinl--that can PM it to me?12:04
kevinl--:)12:04
bruenigobf213, when you do exaile --help, you will see that they have assigned commands to different actions, the best way to do it is to install xbindkeys and then configure it such that when you press your multimedia buttons, it will run those commands12:04
johnnowakhello there. if there's anyone who might be able to help me with my problem, i'd very much appreciate it. i'm on 7.04 amd64, and i've installed the nvidia driver. i can get my native resolution (1440x900) with the nv driver, but not with the nvidia driver.12:04
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johnnowaki have already tried disabling edid and supplying a modeline. the refresh/sync ranges are correctly supplied.  does anyone have an idea on what else i can try?12:04
erUSULladydoor: i'm not a tor user but if there's some security problem with a package in ubuntu it gets updated (backporting the patch) or it should be that way12:04
T-ConnectHeh same error12:05
bruenigobf213, I have done that on my laptop, it works very nice12:05
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T-Connectsudo rm -f /var/lib/dpkg/lock didn't help12:05
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obf213bruenig thanks12:05
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n00dleAnybody know anything about hibernate/resume?  It seems to have stopped functioning for me. (Feisty)12:05
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n00dleIt used to work fine, but quit suddenly.12:06
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T-ConnectBrb restart12:06
bruenigobf213, xbindkeys-config gives a gui if you don't feel like editing a config file, it is ugly but works12:06
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erUSULn00dle: maybe you updated your kernel?12:06
obf213ok12:06
squibso, I'm getting the feeling I'm missing something about editing the available screen resolutions in /etc/X11/xorg.conf12:06
ladydoorerUSUL: Fair enough.12:06
obf213so i just apt-get this xbind keys bruenig12:06
johnnowakis anyone here using the nvidia driver on amd64?12:06
bruenigobf213, xbindkeys and xbindkeys-config12:06
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winowerproblemshello... so my users settings window comes up but shows no user names12:07
zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: yes12:07
squibwhen I added an extra resolution to the list by manually editing the xorg.conf file, and restarted, I still don't have the option of the resolution I want, which is 1680 x 105012:07
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x_erUSUL ... that's too much .. i can find out .. can u help me ?!12:07
bruenigobf213, you will need to launch xbindkeys-config from the command line as it has no menu entry12:07
Jac|Testo.o12:07
Jac|Testok12:07
squibsorry for such a n00bish question guys12:07
Jac|TestI'm dual booting Ubuntu and Windows12:07
Nembie563Can anyone help me make sense of this page https://help.ubuntu.com/community/TOR ? I am brand new to linux/Ubuntu and I don't understand any of the terminology. This page is supposed to be explaining how to download and install Tor, but it makes absolutely no sense to me.12:07
n00dleerUSUL, Does the package updater have a log of what was updated when? I do the updates as they come available, but I don't recall a kernel update in quite a while, and the hibernate stopped working yesterday.12:07
johnnowakzuzuzzzip: i'm having difficulty getting a widescreen resolution. have you had this issue?12:07
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Jac|Testi can't figure out how to boot back into Ubuntus12:07
Jac|TestUbuntu*12:07
zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: well i do not have a widescreen ,so no :P12:08
bruenigJac|Test, did you install windows after ubuntu>12:08
bruenig?12:08
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Jac|Testbruenig, yes12:08
winowerproblemsdoes anybody know how to fix my users settings window, the window comes up and then doesn't show any usernames... any idea?12:08
bruenig!grub | Jac|Test first link12:08
ubotuJac|Test first link: grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after installing windows: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows - Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto12:08
johnnowakzuzuzzzip: bah. :) any idea how to force a resolution not showing in the nvidia control panel?12:08
x_erUSUL  i mean i can't find right way  :-(12:08
zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: but you tried nvidia-settings in terminal, i assume?12:08
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johnnowakzuzuzzzip: yes12:08
agent47ai need javaws to point to version 1.5 but it is pointing to version 1.6 right now.  what is the ubuntu way to fix this?12:08
zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: so you did :) no12:08
zuzuzzzipwell yes12:08
zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: in the xorg.conf file12:08
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Jac|Testbruenig, i was going to do that12:09
Jac|Testbut the CD won't let me boot12:09
erUSULn00dle: dunno sorry :( have you see something in the logs that can help debug the cause?12:09
Jac|Test:\12:09
Jac|Testshould i just try again12:09
johnnowakzuzuzzzip: what about xorg.conf?12:09
erUSULx_: what's the problem?12:09
bruenigJac|Test, the live cd doesn't work? if so how did you install the first time?12:09
T-ConnectShit. Hehhhhhhhhhhhh.... E: Could not open lock file /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (13 Permission denied)12:09
T-ConnectE: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), are you root?12:09
Jac|TestEverything's working perfecty12:09
Jac|Testperfectly*12:09
Nembie563Can anyone help me make sense of this page https://help.ubuntu.com/community/TOR ? I am brand new to linux/Ubuntu and I don't understand any of the terminology. This page is supposed to be explaining how to download and install Tor, but it makes absolutely no sense to me.12:09
Jac|Test(i burned the .ISO)12:09
Jac|Testi didn't actually order the CD12:09
erUSULT-Connect: are you using sudo??12:09
n00dleerUSUL, The only thing I saw was something about swap... lemme grep...12:10
PriceChildT-Connect, please watch the language and close synaptic of whatever, and make sure you're using sudo12:10
x_erUSUL ... i told u about screen resolution12:10
Jac|Testhold on, i'll try again12:10
obf213bruenig12:10
zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: you can manualy set the resolutions i think12:10
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ladydoorNembie563: just a sec.12:10
zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: did u try googlin it already? this might help, http://www.phoronix.com/forums/showthread.php?t=276912:10
T-Connect wget -q http://packages.medibuntu.org/medibuntu-key.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add -12:10
T-Connect and then  sudo apt-get update && apt-get install allacrost-demo12:10
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obf213it said reading not allowed12:10
x_erUSUL ... i tried linux just 12 hour .. not more .. i'm not good too command terminal12:10
T-Connect7.04 is broken again12:10
fjoesneanyone ever had problems with gtk and compiz?12:10
T-Connectlol12:11
ladydoorNembie563: Okay, let's start with where you first get lost.12:11
johnnowakzuzuzzzip: i've specified a modeline, set refresh/sync rates, disabled edid, and so on. the log file says my supplied mode is not valid, but it definitely is. (and yes, I've been googling for two days now.)12:11
bruenigobf213, run xbindkeys by itself, I think the first time it runs, it asks you to do a particular command in order to generate the config file, run the command it tells you12:11
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ladydoorNembie563: when do you start having trouble?12:11
winowerproblemshello... so my users settings window comes up but shows no user names12:11
erUSULT-Connect: ... && apt-get install you need a second sudo here after the &&12:11
Nembie563nstalling TOR  You will need to add the following repositories to your /etc/apt/sources.list file:   deb http://mirror.noreply.org/pub/tor edgy main deb-src http://mirror.noreply.org/pub/tor edgy main right at the beginning of installing it. I'm used to just downloading and hitting install. This makes no sense to me12:12
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SyncroSorry if this is out of the blue but does anyone know any good (and i mean EXCELLENT) MMOs for Linux12:12
erUSULT-Connect: "... && apt-get install..." you need a second sudo here after the && and before the apt-get install12:12
T-ConnectNobody help me. :(12:12
obf213bruenig i think there is a problem with xbindkeys i may need to reinstall it is says .xbindkeysrc not found12:12
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SyncroT-Connect what you need?12:12
johnnowakzuzuzzzip: you have no idea, do you :)12:12
bruenigobf213, right but then it spits out a command that you can copy and paste in order to create that file12:12
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userwindowhello... so my users settings window comes up but shows no user names12:12
obf213ok12:12
T-ConnectThis will not install http://www.allacrost.org/12:12
erUSULx_: what graphic card do you have?12:13
zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: no not really, but found this; http://forum.computertotaal.nl/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?p=120619612:13
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zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: it says to deactivate twinview12:13
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x_erUSUL ... i have 7900 GTX12:13
ladydoorNembie563: still here?12:13
Nembie563yep12:13
erUSULT-Connect: i told you what the problem is ...12:13
akariOk question: Where do you suggest to start if you want to learn Java as a newbie with some pascal/C++ experience?12:13
Syncrox_: you mean Nvidia12:13
T-ConnectI will have to reinstall Ubuntu to fix it12:13
VSG1990can someone help me with my fglrx driver (feisty)?12:13
bruenigobf213, after you do that, then launch xbindkeys-config, once you get all of your multimedia keys configured make sure you launch xbindkeys at the beginning of each session by adding it in system>preferences>sessions startup commands12:13
ladydoorNembie563: where do you start getting mixed up on that page (if you're still looking for a hand)?12:13
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x_Syncro ... yeah12:13
johnnowakzuzuzzzip: german? :)12:13
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erUSULx_: and you have instaled the binary drivers??12:13
lkmnet12:13
zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: no dutch :)12:13
johnnowakzuzuzzzip: eep.12:14
johnnowakzuzuzzzip: let me try that then!12:14
Syncrox_: Haha, i hate all those mumbo jumbo stuff, all i did was install Envy12:14
x_erUSUL .. i donno  ... i think no.. how i can du that ?!12:14
zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: but it has an example, may be clear enough to you :P12:14
erUSUL!nvidia | x_12:14
SyncroAlthough it did mess up my computer and i had to reformat again, at least it worked12:14
T-ConnecterUSUL will not help12:14
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erUSULT-Connect: what will no help12:14
ubotux_: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto12:14
zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: but i'm off to bed now, got to work tmrw at 8 AM (its 0.14 AM now)12:14
Nembie563I get mixed up from the beginning. When it says "nstalling TOR  You will need to add the following repositories to your /etc/apt/sources.list file:   deb http://mirror.noreply.org/pub/tor edgy main deb-src http://mirror.noreply.org/pub/tor edgy main This can be done by using nano, gedit or another text editor of your choosing. Before moving on be sure to get the PGP keys for the new repositories and do an update / upgrade using the fo12:15
VSG1990when i use the fglrx driver in feisty, it will load the splash screen and then go blank, could someone help me?12:15
T-ConnectShit I hated this.12:15
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obf213bruenig. i do the command to open a config file, then when i do the gui thing it says that file doesn't exist12:15
x_erUSUL ... i actived it in Restricted Drivers12:15
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akariVSG1990: I'm unregistered, cannot use PM messages.12:15
userwindowhello... so my users settings window comes up but shows no user names12:15
bruenigobf213, just do touch .xbindkeysrc12:15
VSG1990ok12:15
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x_Ubotu ... thanks man :)12:15
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about thanks man :) - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:15
johnnowakzuzuzzzip: thanks for the help12:15
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VSG1990akari: do you know anything about the fglrx driver?12:16
zuzuzzzipjohnnowak: lol np :P cya12:16
T-Connecthttp://www.allacrost.org/ is piece of shit12:16
akariVSG1990: I'm using nvidia-glx-new sorry12:16
aileani have a mobility radeon x1300 and can't get it to work under ubuntu.  something to do with no useable configurations12:16
PriceChildT-Connect, please watch the language12:16
VSG1990akari: thats ok12:16
aileani think my problem is something to do with the unusual native resolution of the screen - 1280 x 800.  Can anyone help?12:16
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Jac|Testoook12:16
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Jac|Testbruenig, it works with the browser thing12:16
aileani have a mobility radeon x1300 and can't get it to work under ubuntu.  something to do with no useable configurations12:16
in10citycould someone help me mount a sata drive ?12:16
Jac|Testbut not when i'm booting12:16
aileanMilitantPotato: it never did boot, so i have nothing to lose :)  it's a fresh install.12:16
akariailean: At the bottom of /etc/X11/xorg.conf you can add non-standard screen resolutions12:16
erUSULx_: ok, press Alt+F2 and type nvidia-settings12:17
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aileanakari: tried it, but to no avail12:17
Jac|Testshould i re-burn the .ISO12:17
T-Connect<PriceChild> won't help ether12:17
VSG1990if my ati driver is 8.38.6, is it new enough for the fglrx driver12:17
Jac|Testor should i check my setting to make sure they work12:17
VSG1990?12:17
akariailean: Worked fine for me12:17
aileanakari: which card? i'm on a laptop here12:17
Jac|Testhm12:17
Jac|Testbrb12:17
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akariailean: card-independent, if the card is capable of using the resolution you can put it in xorg.conf... I did that with 1440x900 and then it was available in Ubuntu12:18
n00dleerUSUL, Think I found it... it has given me two different failure modes: either it bounces back awake with "DBUS timed out, but recovering / Resuming computer" or it does shut down but reboots as if it were shut down rather than hibernated. (Haven't found that log entry yet)12:18
squeeghey guys - i'm having trouble with feisty freezing at kernel load - any thoughts?12:18
T-ConnectHelp me damn it12:18
x_erUSUL .. i did it ... then ?!12:18
obf213bruenig thanks but the program doest recognize the button. i hit the volume button and the volum was getting louder but xbind didnt even recognizei ahd pressed a button12:18
ikoniaT-Connect: whats the problem12:18
stuart-i can't unmount my hdb112:18
stuart-it says it's busy12:18
squeegi installed edgy successfully a while back - no problems like this12:18
T-Connecthttp://www.allacrost.org/?q=node/312:18
stuart-how do i check busy with what12:18
aileanakari: i can't get a gui at all at any resolution12:18
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ladydoorNembie563: sorry, I missed what you said (just found it) if you could please put my nick at the front of stuff you say to me, I'll respond *much* faster because I'll see it.12:19
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erUSULx_: use the nvidia-settings utility you just run to set the desired resolution12:19
ikoniaT-Connect: what do you want me to do with that ?12:19
bruenigobf213, I don't know, I had to script volume buttons and whatnot to get it working, if you know what you are doing well enough you can get everything working with xbindkeys, it is just a bit manual12:19
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T-ConnectHow I install the shit12:19
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ikoniaT-Connect: drop the attitude and language12:19
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ladydoorNembie563: Okay, the first step is to open up your sources.list in a text editor. sources.list is a file that tells your installer where to find files in the internet.12:19
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PriceChildT-Connect, for the last time, please stop swearing.12:19
squeegburn the iso to a CD and reboot your system with boot from CD enabled12:19
T-ConnectHelp me then.12:19
squeegya, that too12:20
aileanT-Connect: stop it please12:20
akariailean: oh... >.< No driver for that notebook graphics adapter then?12:20
squeegsigh, there are other ppl here besides you dude12:20
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T-ConnectI don't know what I'm doing12:20
ladydoorNembie563: to do this with the proper permissions, you would open up a terminal and type "sudo nano -w /etc/apt/sources.list" (without the quotes. Let me know when you're there.12:20
T-ConnectHeh12:20
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aileanakari: i'm not sure - i'm used to nvidia cards which i'm cool with but this is my first ati12:20
akariailean: Error messages go to /var/log/Xorg.0.log12:20
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ikoniaT-Connect: your attitude doesn't help12:20
T-ConnectI give up12:20
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squeegany thoughts on the install freezing after the kernel load?12:21
aileanakari: the error is that there are no useable configurations12:21
T-ConnectI will have to reinstall Ubuntu then12:21
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T-ConnectNobody seem to care12:21
PriceChildT-Connect, silly question, have you read README?12:21
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PriceChildor INSTALL?12:21
ikoniaT-Connect: people do care12:21
x_erUSUL .. i crashed ... what was that setting command ?!12:21
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PriceChildbecause 9 times out of 10... one of them gives exact instructions12:21
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PriceChildT-Connect, if you would like to pastebin those files we'll be able to help you with any harder bits12:22
stuart-and how'd i go through the installing without CD? i get a mount: could not find any device /dev/loop#12:22
stuart- error12:22
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phospheneneed help installing the flash plugin on 64-bit platform12:22
aileanakari: the error is that there are no useable configurations12:22
T-ConnectHello I send it earlyer12:22
PriceChild!flash64 | phosphene12:22
ubotuphosphene: You can run Flash, Real, and Java plugins in AMD64 bit computers with Firefox. see the steps to follow at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FirefoxAMD64FlashJava12:22
ladydoorNembie563: still there? did you get my message a minute ago?12:22
aileanakari: sorry if i missed somehing u said - the screen is small due to having no gui12:22
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akariailean: I read you but have no idea what to do to solve that. I'd think you have the wrong driver installed >.<12:22
PriceChildT-Connect, well could you pastebin it again please?12:23
erUSULT-Connect: many people has offered you solutions and the only thing we get back is "won't work" or something to that effect... not very helpfull if you ask me12:23
T-ConnectSee http://www.allacrost.org/?q=node/3 last part12:23
aileanakari: what is the normal driver to use?12:23
PriceChildor give the old link12:23
PriceChildT-Connect, no12:23
aileanakari: i.e. for generic ati cards12:23
ikoniaT-Connect: thats not a pastebin12:23
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stuart-i followed instructions on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/FromLinux , and i've downloaded the iso, but can't seem to get it to work12:23
erUSULx_: nvidia-settings12:23
squeegany thoughts on the install freezing after the kernel load? My guess is that I should just try 6.x instead?12:23
[PulGuiEntO] how   can I make my windows a lil  small ??12:23
ikoniaT-Connect: thats the same link you keep posting12:23
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PriceChildT-Connect, I am asking you for the readme or install file pastebin'd12:23
x_erUSUL ... was that nvidia- setting command in terminal ?!12:23
PriceChildT-Connect, and the error/problem you are facing12:23
skulridhi12:23
x_erUSUL .. thanks12:23
T-ConnectThe error is last line12:23
akariailean: I'm an NVIDIA girl... you just install nvidia-kernel and nvidia-bin and nvidia-glx-new >.<12:23
T-Connectlol12:23
phosphene!flash6412:23
ubotuYou can run Flash, Real, and Java plugins in AMD64 bit computers with Firefox. see the steps to follow at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FirefoxAMD64FlashJava12:23
PriceChildT-Connect, I do not wish to download and wait for 50mb of archive when you could just pastebin it for me12:23
ikoniathats not an error12:23
in10citycould someone help me mount a sata drive ?12:24
aileanakari: yeah . . . :) nv is great12:24
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aileanakari: thanks anyway12:24
T-ConnectHeh12:24
akariailean sorry >.<12:24
T-Connectlol12:24
skulridi installed UBUNTU and it gave me a dual boot menu. now I just formated and reeinstalled windows xp partition but it boots directly to windows. how do I get the dual boot menu to go back to UBUNTU??12:24
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PriceChildT-Connect, wait... you're not doing this from source... they even have an ubuntu repository?12:24
erUSUL!grub | skulrid12:24
ubotuskulrid: grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after installing windows: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows - Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto12:24
aileancan anyone tell me the name of the driver that ati cards use so that i can specify in xorg.conf?12:24
skulrid[erUSUL] : thank you12:25
Nembie563ladydoor: where is the sources.list stored?12:25
squeegAre there any KNOWN issues with the Live CD>?12:25
squeegI remember there being issues with esgy12:25
squeeg*edgy12:25
T-Connect* Debian Etch (stable), Ubuntu: deb http://debian.ettin.org/allacrost etch-backports main12:25
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stuart-has anyone tried installing xubuntu without burning the .iso before? i'm stuck on the 2nd step12:25
erUSULskulrid: no problem12:25
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ladydoorNembie563: it's in the directory /etc/apt. just run the command "sudo nano -w /etc/apt/sources.list" (without the quotes) in a terminal to open a text editor on it.12:25
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juano__jrib: im back12:26
T-ConnectHeh forget me paste that. Read here. http://www.allacrost.org/?q=node/312:26
aileaneasy question guys - I cant look it up because i have no browser atm.  can anyone tell me the name of the driver that ati cards use so that i can specify in xorg.conf?12:26
PriceChildT-Connect, it instucts you to add that line to your sources.list (btw I do not condone this as this is debian etch built packages, not ubuntu. Do so at your own risk)12:26
juano__jrib: well no luck at all i guess, still same problem, same deal, im still searching for something cause i dont want to format and reinstall again12:26
txosHas anyone had any luck with installing a windows ODBC connector in wine?12:26
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akariailean: In case it helps, here is the BinaryDriverHowto page about ATI drivershttps://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto/ATI12:26
T-ConnectYour telling me that game will nott insall on Ubuntu12:26
squeegstarts with a "C"12:26
ladydoorNembie563: just let me know when you're there.12:26
juano__help, i installed the nvidia binary from nvidia.com, now im having big conflicts, anyone know what to do with this issue ?12:26
squeeg"Catalyst" - ati driver12:26
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PriceChildT-Connect, it will, easily12:27
T-ConnectNot easy12:27
aileanakari: unfortunately i can't look it up12:27
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memo_hi12:27
T-ConnectI try it fell with 2 errors12:27
PriceChildT-Connect, but those packages are built for debian, and not ubuntu so i'm telling you its at your own risk (even though they should be fine and personally i'd do it)12:27
aileanit's an Mobility Radeon ATI X130012:27
[itrebal] is there a way to have Ubuntu (installed on a laptop) automatily enable ath0 and disable eth0?12:27
T-ConnectYou telling me that.12:27
akariailean: sudo apt-get install lynx12:27
PriceChildT-Connect, what have you tried? Have you managed to add it to your sources.list?12:27
T-ConnectLike that helps12:27
akariailean: Text mode browser12:27
ikoniaT-Connect: you don't want to hear the truth so don't ask12:28
juano__is there a way to fix the nvidia installation on feisty fawn after installing the binary nvidia package from nvidia.com ???12:28
Sonic1When I run avant window manager, there is large black strip going along the bottom of the screen12:28
aileanakari: ok, but i need to log out of this and back in again each time.  Surely someone has an ati card installed12:28
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T-ConnectI GIVE UP!12:28
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ikoniaT-Connect: probably for the best12:28
T-ConnectNot wroth it then12:28
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T-ConnectGame will not install on 7.0412:28
T-ConnectEver!12:28
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ikoniaT-Connect: the forums suggest other wise12:28
akariailean: Perhaps it's a non-ATI chipset in that notebook?12:28
juano__ikonia: hi sup12:29
in10cityjuano___ I used automatix to install my nvidia driver it worked like a charm12:29
ikoniajuano__: hey12:29
PriceChild!automatix | in10city12:29
ubotuin10city: 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 !WorksForMe12:29
T-ConnectI will reinstall Ubuntu.12:29
PriceChildT-Connect, if you are not looking for more support then please stop spamming the channel with useless lines. :)12:29
juano__in10city: yep, i should of installed nvidia with apt-get12:29
BleedWhat's the bash command to copy text to your clipboard?12:29
juano__in10city: but now im searching for a fix12:29
aileanakari: i have no idea how i would know that :)12:29
BleedAnyone know?12:29
squeegany thoughts on the install freezing after the kernel load?12:29
aileanBleed: cp12:29
T-ConnectYou don't care.12:29
ikoniaBleed: there isn't a bash command12:29
akariailean: That's a vendor secret >.<12:29
juano__ikonia: im troublin with nvidia drivers on feisty fawn12:29
Nembie563Ladydoor: Alright I just ran the command, now it shows me me this:12:29
Nembie563#12:29
Nembie563# deb cdrom:[Ubuntu 7.04 _Feisty Fawn_ - Release i386 (20070415)] / feisty main $12:29
Nembie563# See http://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes for how to upgrade to12:29
Nembie563# newer versions of the distribution.12:29
Nembie563deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ feisty main restricted12:29
stuart-why do i get a "mount: could not find any device /dev/loop#" error when i try to mount -o loop a file to a dir?12:29
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ikoniajuano__: ok12:29
Nembie563deb-src http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ feisty main restricted12:29
Nembie563## Major bug fix updates produced after the final release of the12:29
Bleedthere isn't?12:29
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BleedI'm thought there would be :\12:30
juano__ikonia: i ***ed up and installed nvidia.com binary12:30
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Bleed*i though12:30
juano__ikonia: i should of installed apt-get12:30
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ikoniajuano__: why are you installing a bianry and not the nvidia-glx package12:30
skulrid[erUSUL] : is it possible to recover de GRUB with the recovery mode?12:30
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juano__ikonia: because i am a dork lol12:30
skulrid[erUSUL] : is it possible to recover de GRUB with the rescue mode?12:30
ikoniaskulrid: yup12:30
juano__ikonia: but i want to fix it, is this possible ?12:30
skulridnice, thnks12:30
ikoniajuano__: remove the binary and install the nvidia-glx package12:30
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juano__ikonia: yep i tried that12:30
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BleedNo command to set text to the clipboard from bash? :\12:31
orbisvicis!et12:31
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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.org12:31
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ikoniajuano__:12:31
ikoniajuano__:  should be fine12:31
ikoniaBleed: no12:31
juano__ikonia: but it seems that if i change the driver to nvidia in the xorg.conf insstead of nv x wont start12:31
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T-ConnectI will not listin to any of no helper ever again.12:31
juano__ikonia: cant put nvidia in there12:31
ikoniaT-Connect: ok - thats great12:31
juano__ikonia: it wont start12:31
conorkirkpatrickHas anybody gottn Halo Trial to work under Wine?12:31
ikoniajuano__: is the nvidia module loaded (lsmod)12:31
BleedAre there any apps that let you copy text to the clipboard? >.<12:31
akarijuano__: If there are problems with nvidia-glx you can try sudo apt-get install nvidia-glx-new it's a newer version of the driver12:31
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:31
Bleedthrought the command line?12:31
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ikoniaBleed: no12:32
ikoniaBleed: an application has a clip board, not the os12:32
T-Connectikonia you don't know how to install that game. So but out.12:32
juano__ikonia: nvidia               6837140  012:32
juano__agpgart                35400  2 nvidia,via_agp12:32
juano__i2c_core               22656  3 i2c_ec,nvidia,i2c_viapro12:32
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akariAnyone else purposedly ignoring T-Connect because of bad attitude and bad language?12:32
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ikoniajuano__: that looks ok12:32
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ikoniaakari I'm about to12:32
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Bleedikonia: that makes no sense?  How do you transmit data from one application to the next if the OS doesn't have a clipboard?12:32
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juano__akari: yea, i will try i guess, i havent tried that12:32
ikoniaBleed: use xwindows12:32
akariikonia: You already deserve a honor medal for staying on topic for so long12:33
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:33
akariikonia: I have anger management issues... >.<12:33
juano__ikonia: i might be missing something in my xorg.conf12:33
ikoniaakari:  its all fine12:33
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juano__ikonia: dont know what12:33
ladydoorNembie563: welcome back. The first thing to do is go to the line that says "deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ feisty main restricted" and add "universe" (without the quotes) at the end of it.12:33
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ikoniajuano__: put the error in a pastebin12:33
ikoniafrom xorg log12:33
Bleed!find xwindows12:33
juano__ikonia: sure i got it saved sec12:34
ikoniaBleed: gnome12:34
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ubotuPackage/file xwindows does not exist in feisty12:34
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Bleedgnome what?12:34
ikoniaBleed: the gnome desktop12:34
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:34
ladydoorNembie563: then add the lines that the website says to add (the line that starts with deb and the line that starts with deb-src)12:34
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ladydoorNembie563: Let me know when you're done.12:34
spy80uslsusb does not detect my Zen vison m (mp3 player) any help?12:34
Simo1Hello. I hav installed bluetooth headset manager and whant to send stereo music to my bluetooth headset. I can connect the headset manager program to the headset but not make the sound go through there... Can someone help me? I guess I need to configure A2DP too for stereo sound, but just being able to use it as f.ex. a skype headset would be a great start12:34
BleedDo you know if it's possible to set the gnome clipboard then? =p12:34
ikoniaBleed: its allready setup12:35
ikoniajust cut and paste12:35
BleedI mean12:35
BleedI'm writing a bash script12:35
stuart-why do i get a "mount: could not find any device /dev/loop#" error when i try to mount -o loop a file to a dir?12:35
juano__ikonia: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/30497/12:35
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BleedAnd I want to set output to the clipboard from the command line12:35
txosDoes anyone have any experience with installing a Windows/MySQL ODBC connector in Wine?12:35
juano__ikonia: i know you are going to ocme up with something12:35
ikoniaBleed: you don't output to the clipboard12:35
juano__come*12:35
ikoniaBleed: just highlight the text12:35
BleedIt's a script12:35
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ikoniaand then use the middle mouse to paste12:35
Bleedlol12:36
ikoniaBleed: you can't output to the clipboard12:36
juano__ikonia: check out line 341 and so on12:36
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BleedI don't see why something that simple isn't implemented.12:36
BleedIt has to be.12:36
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:36
thoreauputicstuart-: odd - try  sudo modprobe loop12:36
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ikoniaBleed: no OS can do that12:36
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Bleedlol yes they can, you can set text to the clipboard.12:36
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Bleedthrough code in windows12:36
BleedI'm sure it's available in linux.12:36
Simo1someone can help me with bluetooth headset please?12:36
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squeegMy install is hanging immediately after the kernel loads - can anyone here help me with this?12:37
ikoniaBleed: there is no clipboard device12:37
squeegno error, it just hangs12:37
ikoniajuano__: can you show me the pastebin url please, I missed it12:37
juano__ikonia: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/30497/12:37
T-DoomdayOk I will reinstall Ubuntu. Sorry.12:37
squeegit is feisty 64, btw12:37
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squeeg*fiesty12:37
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ikoniaT-Doomday: you've said that about 10 times12:37
Nembie563Ladydoor: Yeah, I guess I didn'r realize I wasn't supposed to paste. Sorry, alright tell me what I have to type in to get what I pasted to get kicked out. I accidently closed the window trying to get back into the chat room. Thanks for being patient with me.12:37
ikoniaT-Doomday: go do it12:37
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:37
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:37
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:37
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:37
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CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:37
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:37
T-DoomdayI will12:37
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:37
T-Doomday:(12:37
ikoniaPriceChild: spam please12:37
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:37
Bleed!ops12:37
Simo1Ikonia: I tried mailing you about that synchornizing thing but I keep getting bounces from you mail.12:37
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 mneptok12:37
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:38
stuart-wtf..12:38
CppIsWeirdi am getting a window when i boot up that says error activating XKB configuration. This started why i attempted to add a language to my keyboard, which i've since removed, and it never took anyways.12:38
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squeegwow, thats gonna get a response a-hole12:38
spy80uslsusb does not detect my Zen vison m (mp3 player) any help?12:38
stuart-thoreauputic: gave me a blank line after that12:38
PriceChildhow rare...12:38
ikoniaSimo1: apologies - its being fixed12:38
thoreauputicstuart-: that's good12:38
ikoniaSimo1: my connection has been a bit flakey while swapping isp12:38
ladydoorNembie563: No problem.12:38
ladydoorNembie563: okay.12:38
thoreauputicstuart-: means it loaded12:38
T-DoomdayBrb after installing12:38
juano__ikonia: what5 do ya think12:38
thoreauputicstuart-: try your mount again12:38
ikoniajuano__: looking12:38
juano__ikonia: k12:39
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stuart-thoreauputic: cool. works. what did modprobe do?12:39
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ladydoorNembie563: go to http://pastebin.com and paste there what you pasted here, then send me the link.12:39
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jribCppIsWeird: stop12:39
jrib!repeat | CppIsWeird12:39
ubotuCppIsWeird: 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 !patience12:39
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thoreauputicstuart-: loaded the loop driver/module12:39
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thoreauputicstuart-: what is odd is that modprobing it should not be necessary really12:40
spy80uslsusb does not detect my Zen vison m (mp3 player) any help?12:40
Simo1is there anyone in here that can help me make my bluetooth headset work. all the how-tos have failed me12:40
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ikoniajuano__: looks like you've not cleaned up the old nvidia driver - or your card is not supported12:41
Nembie563ladydoor: I lost what I pasted here. I accidently closed the window trying to get back here, so we're back to square one, the first command12:41
stuart-hm.. probably cos i'm on an old distro12:41
stuart-okay now i'm stuck on the third step.12:41
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myusrnmguys, I am running ubuntu 6.10 and was wondering if i could partition my hard drive right now12:41
stuart-I get "mount: you must specify the filesystem type" when i try to mount /mnt/hd2 /mnt/installer12:41
ikoniamyusrnm: yeah no problem12:41
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memo_I just install ubuntu..and all the partitions are show at desktop..how i can remove them of there?12:41
PriceChildmyusrnm, you can't edit mounted drives... like your / So you'd need to use a live cd perhaps?12:42
ladydoorNembie563: okay. open a terminal and do "sudo nano -w /etc/apt/sources.list"12:42
PriceChildmemo_, alt+f2 then start "gconf-editor"12:42
ladydoorNembie563: then paste the contents of that file to pastebin and send me the link to that page.12:42
PriceChildmemo_, browse to apps > nautilus > desktop, then uncheck "show mounted volumes"12:42
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myusrnmso, i have a live cd of ubuntu12:42
myusrnmso, could i shut down12:42
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myusrnmboot from cd12:43
PriceChildmemo_, might be "volumes visible"... but you get the idea :)12:43
myusrnmand then try to partition12:43
juano__ikonia: mm yea12:43
juano__ikonia: well im trying something now12:43
juano__ikonia: brb12:43
PriceChildmyusrnm, yeah, start up the live cd environment then start gparted12:43
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thoreauputicstuart-: re: loop - to get the module loaded on boot, put it in /etc/modules - just "loop" on a line by itself12:43
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x_how i can install Flash Plugin on linux ?!12:43
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jrib!flash > x_ (see the private message from ubotu)12:43
myusrnmand will i be able to install windows xp on that partition?12:43
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mneptokbah12:44
x_jrib .. i have no idea what u talking about !!!12:44
stuart-thoreauputic: don't worry. it wont' last long. these steps are for installing a new distro anyways12:44
PriceChildmyusrnm, yes, but you'll need to "/msg ubotu fixgrub" to find out how to recover ubuntu's boot loader12:44
crysalysis there any way to compile a ubuntu install with all the updates and codecs included?12:44
Nembie563ladybird: alright I ran the command here is what came up http://pastebin.com/m21e4118f just out of curiousity what did I just do?12:44
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thoreauputicstuart-: ah OK12:44
stuart-just need to get through this painful linux pure .iso installation12:44
jribx_: don't worry, that's just special code so ubotu can send you a private message.  Do you see it?12:44
x_jrib ... nope12:44
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PriceChildmemo_, in here please :)12:44
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myusrnmthanks pricechild12:44
jribx_: what irc client are you using?12:45
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x_jrib ... i donno ... how i can see ?!12:45
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Compressedis it bad if top reads 'Swap:        0k total,        0k used,        0k free'?12:45
power220hi all12:45
x_power220 hi 2 u :-)12:45
jribx_: which program are you using to talk to me right now?12:45
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Nembie563Ladybird: This is the original page from Tor if that helps; http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/TorOnDebian12:45
power220how i can i nstall clam av on ubuntu server12:45
memo_im here12:46
HeaDSHoTx_ open firefox go to youtube.com then go to a video it will say u dont have the required plugins and then download it :P12:46
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power220how i can install clam av on ubuntu server12:46
memo_sry..12:46
x_jrib    XCHAT , IRC CHAT12:46
PriceChildmemo_, no problem :)12:46
ladydoorNembie563: I'm ladydoor, actually. When you say "what did I just do," are you referring to the past or the command I gave you?12:46
PriceChildmemo_, but if i disappear, or don't know the answer, you don't have to repeat it to others :)12:46
power220how i can install clam av on ubuntu server12:46
crysalysanyone know if you can recompile after updates and and codecs are installed?12:46
PriceChildmemo_, just use my name when you address me and i won't miss it :)12:46
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memo_oh...youre right!12:46
jribx_: ok either on the sidebar or at the bottom you should see something that says "ubotu"12:46
x_HeaDSHot .. i did .. i donno which one should download it and how install it from my desktop12:47
power220how i can install clam av on ubuntu server12:47
power220how i can install clam av on ubuntu server12:47
power220how i can install clam av on ubuntu server12:47
memo_how i use your name?12:47
Compressed..12:47
ikoniapower220: by not spamming the channel12:47
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LususX_apt-get12:47
Nembie563Ladydoor: whoops, sorry, I realized that as soon as I hit send. Yeah, what did the last command do and what do I do next?12:47
jrib!repeat | power22012:47
ubotupower220: 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 !patience12:47
Compressedhaha12:47
Compressed!patience12:47
ubotuThe 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/IrcGuidelines12:47
x_jrib .. yeah ... just a min .. go check it12:47
memo_Pricechilp- i must write your name?..12:47
HeaDSHoTx_ it will say in a little tab install required plugins click on there and it will install and restart firefox12:47
power220sorry12:47
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crysalysanyone? anyone at all?12:47
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PriceChildmemo_, type "pri" then press the <tab> key, and it autocompletes ;)12:48
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ladydoorNembie563: nano is a simple text editor, so you've opened up the file /etc/apt/sources.list in a text editor. the -w flag tells it not to "wrap" really long lines, which could mess things up here. And pasting to that site just let me see it.12:48
jrib!please > crysalys (see the private message from ubotu)12:48
ladydoorNembie563: What you do next is to go to the first line that doesn't start with a # but that does have text on it. It should start with "deb"12:48
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memo_PriceChild: lol...thx12:48
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stuart-okay so i edited grub to boot from my 2nd HD12:49
x_HeaDSHot .. nope ... says download it ... and wichone i need ?!  .tar   or    .gz   or    rpm  ... or   yum   ?!12:49
akaripower220: Not spamming is a good start12:49
skulfireim trying to recover the GURB but my new ubuntu CD is old the only thing he gives me first is "press enter to boot" ou "server and ENTER" what shall I do?12:49
fujin_anyone had any joy with getting an intel 4965AGN card working with ubuntu?12:49
memo_like terminal12:49
PriceChildmemo_, anyway back to the real problem :)12:49
stuart-is it supposed to be HD1, N-1 ?12:49
ladydoorNembie563: Go to the end of that line and add the word "universe" (without the quotes) after the word "restricted." Do the same thing on the next line (which begins with deb-src).12:49
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akaripower 220: sudo apt-get install clamav12:49
memo_PriceChild: ok12:49
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crysalyssorry everyone. i was unaware.12:49
ladydoorNembie563: What that does is tells apt, the package management program, about a bunch of useful packages it didn't know about before.12:49
angelis it possible to make a partition on my current disk that already has a install linux OS12:49
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LususX_power220: try sudo apt-get install clamav12:49
travist120I'm having problems with my kernel, I installed SMP kernel, and it says I still only running 1 processor instead of 212:49
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stuart-as in root (hd1, N-1) ?12:49
jrib!ubotu > HeaDSHoT (see the private message from ubotu)12:50
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memo_PriceChild: i just reinstall linux...before that, the mounted partitionc was under /mnt/ etc...and now are under /media/ etc..12:50
x_jrib .. it talking about  Konqueror     what the hell is that ?!!?!?!?!?!12:50
stuart-did i specify the right location if i were to direct grub to my /dev/hdb1 partitino12:50
erUSULtravist120: can you paste /proc/cpuinfo in a pastebin?12:50
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travist120ok12:50
akarix_: Konqueror is the default KDE file manager12:50
erUSUL!paste | travist12012:50
ubotutravist120: 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)12:50
PriceChildmemo_, ubuntu defaults to /media/ if you did it manually, or other distributions might have gone into /mnt12:50
ladydoorNembie563: let me know when you're done there.12:50
x_akari   ahan ... thanks :)12:50
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jribx_: ignore the part about konqueror.  The important part is you need to enable the multiverse repository and then install the "flashplugin-nonfree" package using your favorite package manager12:51
adrianhi12:51
angelis it possible?12:51
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crysalysill aske again later12:51
skulfireI am trying to recovere my GRUIB dual boot menu, but my UBUNTU VD dos not have rescue mode or anything......it is OLD and the only thing he gives me first is "press enter to boot" ou "server and ENTER", what can I do to have the dual boot menu back???12:51
x_erUSUL ... thanks ... my screen resolution is OK now with your help   :-)12:51
memo_PriceChild: how i change that?..so i dont like the partitions at desktop and under PLACES12:51
adrianhow can i change the key associations of the ir_common module12:51
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adrian?12:51
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erUSULx_: no problem ;)12:51
stuart-do I point grub to root (hd1, N-1) if i want it to boot from my /dev/hdb1 partition*?12:51
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angeli have an 80gb hard disk installed with ubuntu then right now i want to make a partition is it possible?12:51
PriceChildmemo_, i can't find the option in gconf for the places menu sorry, i've just been looking and could only find the one for the desktop which i showed you12:51
x_jrib ... i'm new in linux ... can u say it step by step ?! ... what i should type in Terminal ?!12:51
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travist120done pasting12:52
ariczHi, do anyone know a commandline utility which will give me 1.Number of tracks 2.The offsets of the tracks 3. Total seconds with audio .. ? :)12:52
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stuart-or is it root(hd1, 0)12:52
jribx_: join me in #ubuntu-classroom12:52
ariczFor audio-cd's.. of course12:52
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memo_PriceChild: your partitions are show in Places?12:52
x_jrib   :-( ... how ?!12:52
erUSULangel: you can use gparted and try to shrink some partition with enough free space and create a new one12:52
erUSUL!gparted | angel12:52
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ubotuangel: GParted is is a !GUI partitioning program. Type  sudo apt-get install gparted  in a console to install it - A GParted "live" CD is available at http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php12:52
PriceChildmemo_, yes... if they're normally mounted at boot12:52
adrianhow can i change the key associations of the ir_common module?12:52
jribx_: type this in the same spot you use to talk to me:  /join #ubuntu-classroom12:52
PriceChildmemo_, or i mount them later12:52
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kpaxAm I connected? I'm knew at this. Sorry12:52
travist120I pasted12:53
memo_PriceChild: ok12:53
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unagihello everyone12:53
kpaxIs somebody reading this?12:53
ladydoorkpax: yes12:53
berto-kpax: no.12:53
Music_Shufflekpax, ./wave.12:53
erUSULkpax: yes12:53
kpaxoh thanks!12:54
kpaxhi12:54
kpaxi have a problem.12:54
x_jrib /join #ubuntu-classroom12:54
kpaxthey told me i could come here and perhaps get an answer.12:54
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x_jrib  ... didn't worked ?!12:54
kpaxmy clock is out all the time12:54
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jribx_: without my name in front12:54
KaslePro I'm not able to get my broadcom wireless device to work. Anybody? I'm a newbie, so take it slow please12:54
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travist120erSURL, do I have to paste the URL of it?12:54
unagianyone know if hibernation is suppose to be fixed in gutsy?12:54
x_jrib .. ok12:54
kpaxi keep reseting it but it's out by about 12 hours12:54
berto-kpax: look into ntp12:54
kitchekpax: what do you mean out?12:54
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berto-kpax: might be the battery on your mobo12:54
kpaxethernet and PC12:55
kpaxnot a battery thing12:55
memo_PriceChild: hey..i have a little problem with emerald?..i can change themes!...12:55
ladydoorNembie563: how's it going?12:55
PriceChildmemo_, can't?12:55
kpaxi run two partititions. the winders xp partition is working fine12:55
erUSULkpax: maybe you choosed a bad time zone when you instaled ubuntu?12:55
memo_PriceChild: k12:55
KaslePro I'm not able to get my broadcom wireless device to work. Anybody? I'm a newbie, so take it slow please!12:55
kpaxno12:55
PriceChildmemo_, no, did you mean can't?12:55
travist120I'm having problems with my kernel, here is  output of my information http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/30500/12:55
kpaxi'm in vancouver and i set it to north america/vancouver12:55
kpaxpacific time12:55
berto-kpax: you may have told your linux partition that the hardware clock is set to UTC12:56
kpaxbut it never resets12:56
travist120I can't run dual core even though I have SMP12:56
travist120kernel12:56
berto-but from pacific that should only be 7 or 8 hours off.12:56
kpaxwhat is UTC?12:56
berto-universal time12:56
angelhow can i make a partition using GNOME partition editor12:56
angel??12:56
berto-GMT, UTZ, zulu, etc.12:56
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memo_PriceChild: yeah...i cant!!..i click the themes and it dont change12:56
kpaxok thanks let me try12:56
crdlbmemo_, are you using Xgl?12:56
KasleProcan someone please tell me how to install bcm43xx network adapter? i'm a newbie12:56
adrianhow can i change the key associations of the ir_common module?12:56
PriceChildmemo_, bug. You may need to restart beryl. And further questions on beryl etc. should be in #ubuntu-effects :)12:56
erUSULkpax: right click in the clock on your up right corner and choose Preferences check the configuration12:56
memo_PriceChild: yeah..and beryl work great12:57
erUSUL!wifi | KaslePro12:57
ubotuKaslePro: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs12:57
DjViperKaslePro: hmm there are several tutorials on the forum12:57
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PriceChildmemo_, but yeah, restart beryl and it should have changed12:57
PriceChild!nickspam > yahoo_admin_dave12:57
erUSUL!bcm43xx12:57
ubotuHelp with Broadcom bcm43xx can be found at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WifiDocs/Driver/Broadcom43xx12:57
DjViperKaslePro: you might have better luck with ndiswrapper12:57
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erUSUL!bcm43xx | KaslePro12:57
ubotuKaslePro: please see above12:57
memo_PriceChild: how i restart beryl ?12:57
kpax1. i don't have a preferences12:57
travist120I can't use dual core even though I have installed SMP kernel, can somebody help me? here is the /proc/cpu info http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/30500/12:57
kpax2. there's nothing there for UTC12:57
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crdlbmemo_, join #ubuntu-effects please12:57
unagiim glad beryl works for so many people12:57
obf213i just installed gparted but i can't find the icon for it12:58
yahoo_admin_davePriceChild, <33333333333312:58
kpaxoh yeah. i'm on xubuntu not ubuntu12:58
unagiobf213 open your terminal and type gparted12:58
kpaxi love ubuntu but it won't work well on my box12:58
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erUSULkpax: System>Admin>Date and time ??12:58
memo_crdlb: ok..is another channel?12:58
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kpaxchecking thanks12:58
crdlbmemo_, yes12:58
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unagiother than the desktop manager whats the difference between xubuntu and ubuntu kpax12:58
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skulfireI am trying to recover my GRUB dual boot menu, but my UBUNTU CD dos not have rescue mode or anything......it is OLD and the only thing he gives me first is "press enter to boot" ou "server and ENTER", what can I do to have the dual boot menu back???12:58
memo_crdlb: ok...is my first time using irc...12:58
Nembie563LadyDoor: I put in universe where you said http://pastebin.com/m4cb334ca what does the word universe do/ what do I do next?12:58
unagiare you sure you dont mean gnome doesnt work well on your box kpax12:58
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KasleProwhat do i do next?12:59
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nj786does anybody know how to get XP VIRTUAL MODE?12:59
travist120I'm having problems with my SMP kernel, it is only showing one kernel instead of two. Here is /cat/procinfo http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/30500/12:59
ladydoorNembie563: I meant to put it into the actual file you were editing, not into the web browser. Sorry to confuse you.12:59
kpaxi went system and then time and date.12:59
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ladydoorNembie563: And what that does is to tell apt, the package manager, about a bunch of stuff it didn't know about before.12:59
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adrianhow can i change the key associations of the ir_common module?12:59
kpaxit won't auto with timereserves12:59
kpaxi can manually synch but that's it12:59
travist120anybody know what's going on with my kernel?01:00
travist120I'm having problems with my SMP kernel, it is only showing one kernel instead of two. Here is /cat/procinfo http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/30500/01:00
skulfireHELP i need the grub back _01:00
nj786 does anybody know how to get XP VIRTUAL MODE? like xmware something01:00
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akariskulfire: Where did you lose it? ;)01:01
travist120Anybody know?01:01
erUSUL!virtualizers | nj78601:01
DjVipernj786: you need vmware or xen01:01
ubotunj786: There are several solutions for running other operating systems (or their programs) inside Ubuntu, while using the native CPU as much as possible: !QEmu (with !KQemu or !qvm86), !VirtualBox, !VMWare, as well as !WINE and !Cedega for Windows applications01:01
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skulfireakari windows XP install01:01
adrianskulfire: run a live cd with grub utility (Ubuntu for example)01:01
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ladydoorNembie563: so once you've done that in the text editor you opened up, the next step is to copy/paste in the lines starting with "deb" and "deb-src" from the website you told me about.01:01
erUSULtravist120: which version of ubuntu are you running?01:01
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adrianand then:01:01
obf213is there some special command you have to type in to get gparted to work. not like sudo to open it. but liek non of the options are available.01:01
akariskulfire: Ouch ^^01:01
ariczHi, anyone here experienced with 'cddbcmd' ? How do I retrieve the info from a audio-CD that 'cddbcmd discid <ntrks> <off_1> <off_2> <...> <off_n> <nsecs>" .. :)01:01
nj786DjViper: ok how do i get it?01:01
adriansudo grub01:01
ladydoorNembie563: into that same text editor, on their own lines.01:01
travist120erUSUL : 7.0401:01
travist120Feisty01:01
DjVipernj786: you can dl vmware server at the site01:01
DjViperafaik..01:01
skulfireakari adrian my ubuntu cd does not have a menu or rescue mode. how should I proceed?01:02
obf213do i have to undmount the other partitions01:02
adrianroot (hdx,y)01:02
DjVipernj786: either way, this is offtopic, sorry01:02
erUSULtravist120: the generic kernel has smp support. did it recogniced the two cores?01:02
nj786DjViper: what site lol....sorry for asking stupid questions im new to this01:02
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ladydoorNembie563: let me know when you've done that.01:02
nj786DjViper: how is it off topic01:02
DjVipernj786: www.vmware.com01:02
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sidene1i'm stuggling with ndiswrapper01:02
skulfireadrian what..?? lol01:02
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sidene1my wireless network card is picking up the signal, but i can't get on my network01:03
travist120no, because I opened up my system monitor and it showed only one cpu working01:03
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travist120@eURSUL01:03
adrianwhere x is the number of your hard disk starting with 0 (example first disk hd0) and y is the number of the partition where the original system was (again the 0 thing)01:03
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barbarellatravist120:you mean the second cpu...not kernel!01:03
erUSULtravist120: can you post your dmesg to a pastebin?01:03
travist120what's the command for that?01:03
skulfireadrian where do I type that?01:03
adrianexample: first disk, second partition-> root (hd0,1)01:03
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adrianxDDDD01:04
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crysalysanyone got the links to get mp3 codecs?01:04
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akariskulfire: Does "man grub" help already?01:04
PriceChild!mp3 > crysalys (see the pm from ubotu)01:04
obf213i have my windows and fat 32 partition showing up on my desktop. do i have to unmount them before i can edit them in gparted?01:04
ladydoor!codecs01:04
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats01:04
adrianmy english sucks01:04
travist120erUSUL, what is DMESG that I have to type?01:04
skulfireoh man thats to much for me....01:04
nj786DjViper: can you help me set this up?01:04
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DjViperadrian: hd1 = hda#01:04
crysalysthanks01:04
GauchoSmAlgum fala Prugus?01:04
morganhey01:04
erUSULtravist120: dmesg is a command that will print the boot log of the kernel01:04
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spy80uslsusb does not detect my Zen vison m (mp3 player) any help?01:05
GauchoSmAlguem Fala Portugs?01:05
DjVipernj786: hm no, sorry01:05
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morgandoes anybody know if aircrack would with with ndiswrapper drivers?01:05
DjVipernj786: I think its pretty straight forward, just read the onscreen insctructions01:05
akariskulfire: Fire up "sudo grub" and type in the shell "help install" :)01:05
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erUSULtravist120: you can type 'dmesg > bootlog.txt' and then paste that file01:05
adriansetup (hd0)01:05
nj786DjViper: is it on the site?01:05
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erUSUL!pt | GauchoSm01:05
ubotuGauchoSm: Por favor use #ubuntu-br ou #ubuntu-pt  para ajuda em portugus. Obrigado.01:05
adrianxDDDD01:05
DjVipermorgan: hrm... offtopic dude :P01:05
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skulfireadrian the this is, how do I go to a command line or somthing?? it only says boot or boot?... argg01:05
morgansorry lol01:05
sevilnatasPriceChild, Can we make love?01:05
DjVipernj786: probably :)01:05
sidene1djviper, think you can help me out?01:06
AnRkeywhat is the app called that shows what your mouse is doing in the console01:06
sidene1speaking of the ndiswrapper01:06
phosphene!flash6401:06
ubotuYou can run Flash, Real, and Java plugins in AMD64 bit computers with Firefox. see the steps to follow at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FirefoxAMD64FlashJava01:06
AnRkeyi am trying to find more info about my mx510 buttons01:06
travist120I posted my dmesg01:06
PriceChild!ohmy | sevilnatas01:06
ubotusevilnatas: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.01:06
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barbarellamorgan:no it doesn't01:06
erUSULtravist120: where?01:06
ladydoorhey kids...when nembie563 comes back, somebody tell them I had to leave. They basically just need help copying and pasting some stuff from a website into a terminal, if somebody wouldn't mind...01:07
adrianhow can i change the key associations of the ir_common module?01:07
adrianxD01:07
morganthat sucks lol, thank01:07
travist120http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/30501/01:07
DjVipersidene1: what was your question again?01:07
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sidene1i'm using ndiswrapper for my wmp54g linksys wireless network card01:08
sevilnatasSORRY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!01:08
sidene1it can pick up the signal, but it can't get on the network01:08
DjVipersidene1: encrypted?01:08
obf213is there anyway to get an address bar in the file browser?01:08
sidene1it even uses the proper security settings01:08
DjViperhrm01:08
obf213nvm01:08
scorp123Question about filesystem check on Ext3 filesystems: Is this really necessary? Is it safe to turn it off ... or better leave it on?01:08
sevilnatasI am on a 233mhz laptop running DSLinux. I also have it on my PSP.01:08
sidene1my machine is dual boot01:08
kitcheobf213: not with nautilius since it's not a browser at least from what I understand01:09
awsoonnSidenel: try switching to WPA encryption, that worked for me.01:09
adrianskulfire: ALT+F2 then type "xterm" and ENTER01:09
adrianxDD01:09
sidene1it's wpa + tkip01:09
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sidene1wpa personal + tkip01:09
adrianhow can i change the key associations of the ir_common module? somebody help me!01:09
tarzeauscorp123: if you have to ask, leave it as it is :)01:09
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travist120:eUSURL, here http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/30501/01:09
morgansindenel: if it can see the signal, the card is wokring and should be able to connect01:09
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morganis your network encrypted?01:09
rizla420hello01:09
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sidene1yes01:09
rizla420does anyone know what channel i should go to to get help on kismet?01:09
obf213is there a way to create a shortcut to the home folder on the desktop?01:09
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DjVipersidene1: in console: iwlist <your eth> scan01:10
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scorp123tarzeau: I am asking because I thought with journalling and all that it would really be necessary anymore?01:10
erUSULtravist120: [    0.000000]  WARNING: NR_CPUS limit of 1 reached.  Processor ignored. <<<<< there you have the problem... it is a weird kernel bug do you have any extra boot options?? check that you have the same error with the -generic kernel and if it is so file a bug report in launchpad against both kernels01:10
adrian#kismet?01:10
DjViperdo that and paste it to some pastebot01:10
adrianxD01:10
jam1nim having a lot of trouble getting my mic to work on my dell laptop with feisty, ive searched online all i can. anyone help me?01:10
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tarzeauscorp123: no01:10
travist120ok01:10
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ravaloxHey, I'm struggling to get 3d working on ubuntu 6.10 with a radeon 9000 Mobility01:10
scorp123tarzeau: *not be necessary01:10
erUSUL!bugs | travist12001:10
ubotutravist120: If you find a bug in Ubuntu or any of its derivatives, please file a bug report at: http://bugs.ubuntu.com/  -  Bugs in/wishes for the bots can be filed at http://launchpad.net/products/ubuntu-bots01:10
tarzeauscorp123: journaling is one thing, fsck another01:10
adrianmmm01:10
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Jac|TestOk01:10
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Jac|TestI'm trying to fix Grub01:10
sidene1hold on01:10
rizla420I guess there is a kismet channel01:10
sidene1i'm on my laptop01:10
adriansomeone has a HVR-1110 tv card running in ubuntu?01:11
rizla420but no one seems ot be in there01:11
Jac|Testbut when i put in the Live Disk, which option do i choose?01:11
rizla420anyone here use kismet?01:11
travist120Ok, I'm going to reboot, and use generic kernel01:11
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travist120see if I'm getting the same errror01:11
Jac|TestWhen i click "Start or install" it just brings up the demo01:11
C-{pR0Fhow can i extract the files that are in an ISO file ???01:11
scorp123tarzeau: I know ... but I wonder if it's really needed. Right now it's checking my 500 GB drive and it takes forever ... :-/01:11
Jac|Testi need to get INTO Ubuntu01:11
spartan777_anyone know of a good program to convert any video file to be burnt to DVD?01:11
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scorp123tarzeau: I am talking about an auto-fsck every 30 reboots or so.01:11
IntuitiveNippleC-{pR0F: mount the iso on the loop filesystem01:11
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thoreauputicC-{pR0F: loop mount the ISO then copy the files from the mount point01:11
sidene1it picks up my network01:11
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spartan777_unfortunately i don't have a divx player01:12
Jac|TestHow do i boot into MY ubuntu, not the demo01:12
C-{pR0FIntuitiveNipple: can u tell me how ,,, where to mount it01:12
Jac|Testfrom the disk01:12
tarzeauscorp123: yes i know01:12
IntuitiveNippleC-{pR0F: something like " sudo mount -o loop -t iso9660 gutsy-desktop-i386-tribe-3.iso /media/iso"01:12
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tarzeauscorp123: don't reboot that often :)01:12
thoreauputicC-{pR0F:  mkdir loop ; mount -o loop foo.iso01:12
sidene1djviper- it picked up my network and gave me all the details01:12
Jac|Testanyone, how do i boot into MY ubuntu, not the demo, from the disk01:12
scorp123tarzeau: oh well it's my home machine .... I turn it off over the night or else my wife will go crazy01:12
thoreauputicC-{pR0F: umm mount -o loop foo.iso loop01:13
DjVipersidene1: what exactly happens if you try to connect?01:13
Jac|Testif i click "Boot from first disk" is starts Windows01:13
Jac|Testif i click "Start or install" it starts the demo01:13
sidene1i click on my network, it asks for passphrase, i enter, hit login01:13
sidene1and it just cycles in the system tray, then times out i guess01:13
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AncientPChey guys, I have a couple questions about sed/regexp01:13
IntuitiveNippleJac|Test: If you've installed Ubuntu, simply remove the CD so it isn't used01:14
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DjVipersidene1: hm using network manager?01:14
Jac|TestIntuitiveNipple, i can't boot from windows01:14
C-{pR0Fthoreauputic: i get this can't find /home/linux/Desktop/D/maya/SAGITARIUS_L32.iso in /etc/fstab or /etc/mtab01:14
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AncientPCsay I wanted to grab the last minute's load time with: w | sed -e 's/.*, //g'01:14
phosphene!flash6401:14
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Jac|Testbecause i installed Ubuntu THEN windows it deleted grub01:14
DjVipernm-applet01:14
sidene1oh good call01:14
Jac|Testi know how to fix it, i just can't get in01:14
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thoreauputicC-{pR0F: sorry my error - you need the directory specified01:14
sidene1i'll install and see how it goes01:14
DjVipersidene1: can you try and turn off the encryption?01:14
barbarellaspartan777:mencoder01:15
sidene1ok01:15
AncientPC1) Is that the easiest way to delete everything before a string?  Is there anything like trim / first / last with sed?01:15
thoreauputicC-{pR0F: like  sudo mount -o loop foo.iso mountpoint/01:15
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sidene1lemme try to install the manager first01:15
Jac|TestIntuitiveNipple, any suggestions?01:15
AncientPC2) How do I remove all other lines that are generated from w?01:15
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thoreauputicC-{pR0F: then the files shoul appear in mountpoint/01:15
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thoreauputic*should01:15
sidene1djviper, can i pm you later?01:15
Jac|TestI could re-install Ubuntu01:15
DjVipersidene1: which version of ubuntu are you using?01:15
DjVipersidene1: yes01:15
Prometheusis there a way to run some app on some other language than default?01:15
Jac|Testwould that fix everything?01:15
sidene17.0401:15
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DjVipersidene1: nm-applet should be included then01:16
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Jac|Testso many questions....01:16
Jac|Testmy mind's gunna asplode01:16
travist120ok, I rebooted eUSURL, I used the generic kernel that Ubuntu had came with, and what do you know it works!01:16
sidene1for the ndiswrapper?01:16
C-{pR0Fthoreauputic: thankx , that worked01:16
DjViperJac|Test: get used to it :P01:16
thoreauputicC-{pR0F: no worries :)01:16
DjVipersidene1: no, with ubuntu01:16
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C-{pR0Fubuntu support is the Best :)01:17
awsoonnHi all! Has anyone had any luck running runescape wiht 7.04AMD64?01:17
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sidene1it wasn't working with the default driver01:17
gordonjcpAncientPC: possibly awk01:17
sidene1wasn't even picking up a signal01:17
erUSULtravist120: XD i checked the /boot/config-2.6.20-16-generic file and it has NR_CPU=8 ...01:17
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DjVipersidene1: okay, did you blacklist the old driver?01:17
stuart_oh no, i can't apt-get anything from warty01:17
travist120lol, what does that mean erUSUL?01:17
sidene1yes01:17
DjVipersidene1: okay01:17
stuart_how would i get gparted01:17
stuart_because i need it to install from pure .iso01:18
kitchestuart_: well anything below dapper is no longer supported01:18
sidene1i used this tutorial: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/Ndiswrapper01:18
erUSULtravist120: that it supports up to 8 cores without reaching the limit01:18
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stuart_dang.. is there anyway i can partition my HD then01:18
morgansidene1: turn off all encryption, and sit right next to your router and try and connect. it is just wireless g im assuming?01:18
sidene1yes01:18
tamaleanyone willing to help me get my feisty install disc working?01:18
tamaleas it is i X won't start so i can't install01:19
sidene1morgan, it's a desktop01:19
adrianbye01:19
awsoonnDoes anyone play runescape on x64 Ubuntu? IM me PLEASE.01:19
travist120erUSURL: well I was using that kernel before, and it wasn't detecting my dual core, but now that I am using generic-15 it's detecting it again01:19
travist120Might I have a faulty kernel?01:19
sparrmy firefox closes at random when it loses focus.  help?01:19
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morganahh i see, how close to you are it? what brand is the router?01:19
sidene1linksys01:19
erUSULtravist120: dunno iirc the last update it's 2.6.20-1601:20
sidene183% signal strength01:20
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travist120yeah, I know that. I updated to that as soon as I finished instaling Ubuntu, but I didn't notice that it wasn't using both cores01:20
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morgangah, i hate linksys. How far away from the router are you?01:20
travist120so I tried SMP01:20
travist120and no go01:20
sidene1pretty far01:20
travist120so how do I make GRUB boot into 15 generic every time?01:21
biggahededit /boot/grub/menu.list01:21
sidene1a 50ft cable will not reach it01:21
morganthat might be it then, i'd say go to like staples or somewhere, grab a nice router, try that01:22
biggahed/boot/menu/menu.lst *01:22
tamaleanyone willing to help me get my feisty install disc working?01:22
tamaleas it is i X won't start so i can't install.. not even in the 'safe graphics mode'01:22
skulridIm on rescue mode to get the GRUB back, where they tell me to choose the partition to mount, do I have to choose the UBUNTU partition or if I choose the partiton where XP is installed on it will make it the first on the menu list???01:22
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morganif it doesnt connect still, then you know it's something with the drivers or card01:22
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sidene1it's working on my laptop01:22
sidene1i think it's the driver01:22
morganhmm01:22
morganthat makes no sense01:22
sidene1i'm using the proper chipset01:22
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sidene1my desktop is dual boot with winxp and it works fine on that os01:22
morgani see01:23
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Simo1please help. I have installed the bluetooth headset manager and heave a BT headset alsa mixer and everything but can't send the tound through the bluetooth. I would like this to work. can someone help me?01:23
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morganwhat's weird is that you can see the network, which means somethings working01:23
skulridIm on rescue mode to get the GRUB back, where they tell me to choose the partition to mount, do I have to choose the UBUNTU partition or if I choose the partiton where XP is installed on it will make it the first on the menu list????01:23
sidene1but when i run "ndiswrapper -l" it says the driver is installed and device is present01:24
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sidene1brb, gonna try something01:24
morganim not too sure then01:24
morganok01:24
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morganot01:26
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sidene1hmmm01:26
obf213hey is there a reason all my partitons are locked on gparted01:26
morganany luck?01:26
obf213i just resized some using partition magic on windows01:26
Simo1bluetooth help anyone?01:26
kitcheobf213: you didn't run gparted with sudo?01:26
sidene1no, i'm gonna boot into windows to see if it still works01:26
obf213kitche...you cant open gparted with sudo.01:27
obf213but everything is locked01:27
astro76obf213, are they mounted?01:27
morganalright, you might also want to try taking all the security off the network01:27
skulridon partition MAGIC if my ubuntu is the 3rd one, it means I it is the sda 03 ??01:27
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sidene1yea01:27
sidene1that's my next step01:27
obf213yeah. they are partitons.01:27
obf213its weird i cant even resize my linux partiton there is a lock by everythign there01:28
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astro76obf213, they have to be unmounted (umount)01:28
unagiobf213 is the drive mounted?01:28
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skulridi need to choose a partition to mount and get the GRUB back but I dont know wich one it is.01:28
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obf213unagi yeah they are...01:28
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obf213how do i unmount the linux partition if im using linux?01:28
unagiyou have to unmount them to do anything to them01:28
skulridon PARTITION MAIGC ubuntu partition id the third one, should I choose sda3 ?01:28
unagilive cd01:28
sidene1damn it01:28
sidene1it works with win xp pro, but not ubuntu01:28
unagior the gparted boot disk obf21301:28
obf213uagi.. ok01:29
unagi!ohmy sidene101:29
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ohmy sidene1 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:29
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Varsendaggrhey i have sources...   and a make file hor do i compile it?01:29
phosphene!beryl01:29
morganwell then, that gets us a bit closer01:29
ubotuberyl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. Help in #ubuntu-effects01:29
sidene1it has to be the driver01:29
sidene1i'll be back later, i'm gonna read up on it some more01:29
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morgankk pce01:29
sidene1thanks for the help01:29
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obf213unagi.. when i right click unmount on my fat32 partition or windows one it says cant unmount01:30
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obf213do i have to do some sudo or something unagi01:30
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morgannot a problem01:31
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astro76obf213, yes you need sudo01:31
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obf213astro how do i do it. i did sudo umount sda5. and it just said not found01:31
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astro76obf213, sudo unmount /media/mountpoint01:32
obf213ahh ok01:32
astro76whoops01:32
astro76umount, not unmount01:32
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stuart__hm, what can i do since i can't apt-get gparted or a burning program to install a new version of linux01:33
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astro76stuart_, hmm? what are you running now?01:34
stuart__astro76: warty01:34
stuart__i have feisty .iso now. but no empty cd's01:35
stuart__planned to do the pure .iso installation but couldn't01:35
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dissectionWhat is port 8701 for? I ran an online portscan and it said that port is open.01:35
BORGhello everyone are there anyone running 64bit verison of ubuntu01:35
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tarzeauBORG: sparc or amd64?01:36
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astro76dissection, http://askahacker.com/archives/2007/03/29/T17_22_47/index.html01:36
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Geminiashi all, I want to build Linux from Scratch so I need to free up some space... How do I make my ubuntu partition smaller?01:37
dissectionastro76: Saw that link already. I'm connected through a router though.01:37
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llllllllAre logs kept of what's typed into the terminal? It's a security related question01:39
PriceChildllllllll, if you sudo yes... but not otherwise afaicr01:39
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llllllllwhere?01:39
ariczwhat does "hdc: write_intr: wrong transfer direction!" mean? I get it when I copy audio-cd's ..01:39
CreedGeminias, you can use gparted (think have to apt-get install it first) or a third part tool such as partition magic or acronis disk director (both pay).01:39
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Geminiasgparted can resize my ext3 partition that i'm currently using right?01:40
mrunagii just wanted to say i love linux01:40
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CreedGeminias, Im not sure, might have to boot from a live cd01:40
pushpopwhy do you love linux01:40
Creedmrunagi, join the club :)01:40
Geminias(normally i'd just start playing around with commands but i did that once before regarding partitions and i lost all data lol)01:40
mrunagigeminias.....just use gparted01:40
astro76llllllll, there's ~/.bash_history01:40
PriceChildllllllll, /var/log/auth.log*01:40
CreedGeminias, gparted has a gui so its somewhat hard to mess up :)01:40
mrunagigeminias....you can shrink existing partitions to free up space01:40
Geminiasah okay01:41
Geminiasi thought it was CL01:41
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mrunagibut the drive has to be unmounted Geminias01:41
Creednope, they made it easy for us :D01:41
mrunagii like gparted...it makes stupid people like me feel smart01:41
Geminiashow can i unmount it if ubuntu is in it?01:41
Creedlol01:41
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CreedGeminias, cant, so youll have to use a live cd01:41
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llllllllastro76, PriceChild: It sounds like usage tracks are spread all over the place. Is there a list of logs kept by Ubuntu, or just those two??01:41
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mrunagiboot with the live cd01:41
mrunagiGeminias:01:41
astro76llllllll, I believe that's it01:41
Geminiasdarn01:42
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mrunagiwhat01:42
stuart__okay i have the .iso converted into cd on my /dev/hdb101:42
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PriceChildllllllll, /var/log should contain all the system logs... but depending on user preferences there may be stuff in ~/.* as well01:42
Geminiasi dont have a live cd with me01:42
Geminiasim at work01:42
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retourWhat e-mail client to install to preserve amazing speed of Xubuntu?01:42
stuart__how do i make grub boot from my /dev/hdb1 so i can install feisty01:42
Geminiasand my connection sucks01:42
BaD_CrCis there a way to install a i686 based SMP kernel in feisty? it's currently defaulted to -generic01:42
mrunagidl it?01:42
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kibahello01:42
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mrunagii wonder how big the gparted boot disk is01:42
mrunagianyone know?01:42
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kibaI can't seem to activiate beryl without getting getting broke01:43
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CreedGeminias, grab a gparted disk, theyre around 20mb i believe01:43
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CreedGeminias, theres even floppy versions and usb versions01:43
stuart__anyone know how i can set grub up so it boots from my second HD /dev/hdb1?01:43
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apallo!ati01:43
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto01:43
kibaI brought a dell computer with ubuntu preinstalled01:43
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apallonice!01:43
mrunagistuart__: you should be able to edit the text file to rearrange01:43
kibait is a shame that some company decide not to open their driver's codebase01:44
stuart__mrunagi: what would the syntax be, root=(hd1,0)?01:44
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robocan anyone tell me why I can install tar.gz files01:44
apallobecause linux supports tarballs01:44
kitcherobo: well .tar.gz is usually source you have to compile it01:44
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mrunagi sudo gedit /boot/grub/menu.lst stuart__01:45
roboI try01:45
roboit says ./configure is not a commmand01:45
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llllllllastro76, PriceChild, thanks for that. I'm gonna make a scrub script then I think01:45
kitcherobo: tar -xvf <file> then cd <folder> and either ./configure or make depending on the programming also sudo apt-get install build-essential if you haven't done so already01:45
roboor theres no make01:45
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stuart__i'm in menu.lst. how do i point it to /dev/hdb1 and to boot from it01:45
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Creeddamn kitche wrote it faster :(01:46
stuart__i currently have root (hd1,0) then kernel /casper/vmlinuz boot=casper root=/dev/ram ramdisk_size=1048576 rw01:46
stuart__but it doesn't work01:46
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mrunagi!doesn't work01:46
ubotuDoesn't work is a strong statement. Does it sit on the couch all day? Does it want more money? Is it on IRC all the time? Please be specific! Examples of what doesn't work tend to help too.01:46
llllllllIt's kinda a project of mine to create a 'bulletproof' computer security wise. Can somebody tell me where the Places > Recent Documents01:46
llllllllis01:46
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kibait say my driver does not need any restricted driver01:47
Savage-{!google01:47
ubotuGoogle is a very popular search engine: http://www.google.com  -  Google also has a Linux-specific search engine: http://google.com/linux01:47
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stuart__it won't boot at the beginning, saying my /casper/vmlinuz boot=casper root=/dev/ram ramdisk_size=1048576 rw is wrong01:47
tamalewow.. that's the most smug !-helper i've ever seen.. lol.. google01:47
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kibamy nividia apperantly do not need a restricted driver01:48
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kibamust  be my beryl?01:48
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stuart__so does anyone know how i can use grub to boot off my /dev/hdb1 because the installer files are currently there01:49
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jsestri2When I try to upgrade (with the upgrade manager) from 6.06 to 6.10 I get an error saying a certain file is unavailable...any ideas?01:49
Savage-{google should be source #1, not entirely because people don't wanna help, but because it will be the fastest way of getting an answer.01:49
jsestri2stuart__: edit the boot menu01:49
Savage-{My experiences01:50
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mrunagii wanna help01:50
jsestri2stuart__: /boot/grub/menu.lst01:50
stuart__jsestri2: was wondering what i'd type in /boot/grub/menu.lst01:50
noldonanyone knows any fun projects to keep myself busy with01:50
llllllllThe linux google looks like the normal one but with less options and more eye candy. Same with the firefox one, actually.01:50
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jsestri2make sure you know which kernel you want to boot01:50
meniskI am trying to change my system tray icons, to give my desktop a nicer look and feel, I haved changed some but cannot get the Network manager one to change after replacing the icons I found in /usr/share/icons what am I doing wrong?01:50
jsestri2and type the location01:50
Savage-{there is plenty of documentation out there on certain issues but the ones that are not clarified should be resolved in IRC01:50
stuart__so that it boots off the device as it would an installer cd01:50
bagoorWhere is /etc/inittab ?01:50
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jsestri2stuart__: just figure out which kernel you want to boot and make its similar01:51
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tamaleSavage-{: i agree google is  best by far, but the way the helper commented is worded is extremely condescending :)01:51
tamalemost people know what google is lol01:51
tamaleespecially if they're on IRC01:51
jsestri2stuart__:  that menu tells grub where to look for the kernel,  your plan b is to (bios) your hard drives to the reverse order01:51
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Savage-{I'm just pointing out that it really is the best way to get an answer sometimes being that it is more likely going to be correct and quicker01:52
tamaleSavage-{: Again, I agree.. I just think some of these ! helpers from ubotu need to be re-worded to not sound so "high and mighty"01:53
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DARKGuyI kinda agree with tamale01:53
PriceChildtamale, suggest what you would like to be changed and we can change them :)01:53
Savage-{I'm aware of what your getting at :)01:53
zepolenthe best way to get an answer from linux gurus is along the lines of: 'linux sucks, i cant even *do this* in it'01:53
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zepolenyou will get 100 different ways within seconds01:54
DARKGuylmao01:54
Geminias!grub01:54
ubotugrub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after installing windows: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows - Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto01:54
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jsestri2#ubuntu+!01:54
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Pelo...  +101:54
menisk!ubotu01:54
ubotuI am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl - Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBots01:54
tamalePriceChild: Perhaps for !google it can just say "Your question is one of many that you'd find the quickest and best answer for by doing a quick search online with a popular search engine like google."01:54
Savage-{zepolen lol that is smart01:54
meniskHehe01:54
Tnaxhi everyone, i have a problem with my resolution, i want to use 1440x900 but after adding "1440x900" in the xorg.conf file i still cant use higher resolution than 1028x76801:54
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PriceChildtamale, that's too rtfm for me sorry...01:55
PeloTnax,  what's your video card ?01:55
meniskTnax, what type of video card?01:55
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meniskPelo eat me. :(01:55
Tnaxnvidia 7100gs01:55
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tamalehow is that more rtfm than what it currently says?01:55
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meniskTnax, installed the nvidia binary drivers?01:55
tamalewhat it says now implies you're a complete imbecile hah01:55
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leperkhanzHey, anyone know where or how I can back up my tomboy notes if I'm doing a clean reinstall?01:55
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zepolenwhy thank you Savage-{, the bill is in the mail01:55
Tnaxmenisk: woah...thought it was something simple like that, tnx alot :P01:56
kibaum01:56
kibaI don't have any binary drivers for nividia to install01:56
DagonITwould someone recomment a software package that can rip a pdf file or convert into an open format:01:56
kibaand I am having white string bug01:56
meniskTnax, I have no idea if it will work, but worth a try.01:56
kibas/string/screen01:56
meniskYou get 3D too.01:56
menisk:_01:56
menisk:)*01:56
Peloleperkhanz, I suggest you put your /home folder on a seperate partition, that way all you setting will be saved when you reinstall01:56
Tnaxmenisk: ill try it, brb01:56
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meniskTnax, Good luck.01:56
PeloDagonIT,  doesn't OOo read pdf ?01:56
zepoleni used to help linux newbies out, but i realised all my answers could be simplified to RTFM...then after a while some people would reply 'I've already RTFM!', so i had to learn a new acronym....RTFMA01:57
leperkhanzPelo: Great Idea, so Tomboy notes are somewhere in Home?01:57
DARKGuyRTFMA?01:57
DagonITPelo, it doesn't support the pdf format for import01:57
DARKGuyoh, nvm lol01:57
Peloleperkhanz,  everthing is somewhere in /home execpt for  Os , apps and libs01:57
PeloDagonIT, ic01:57
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leperkhanzAnd how do I change my home directory after reinstall?01:57
Savage-{pdf is a standard commodity now days it can be converted and used and many ways01:57
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meniskWhich icons do I edit to change the network manager icons, I thought I found it in /usr/share/icons but it didn't change01:58
tamalePriceChild: I've seen you here a lot.. do you know anything about the feisty installer disc and ATI cards having major compatibilty issues?01:58
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juano__jrib: hi01:58
DARKGuyPelo: :(01:58
PriceChildtamale, nope sorry, try failsafe graphics mode on boot01:58
juano__jrib: mm , you know, i uninstalled everything started from scratch, still having the same problem01:58
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VoLLihey... read the newest harry potter book... just released... fully transcribed :)01:58
juano__ikonia: hi01:58
tamalePriceChild: I tried that.. it didn't work either.. I'm installing with the alternate disc now01:58
mrunagiif i put in a tv tuner would ubuntu automatically recognize it like vista does?01:58
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juano__ikonia: i tried reinstalling nvidia form scratch, no luck01:58
Tnaxmenisk: that sorted it out, tnx01:58
tamalePriceChild: I only ask 'cause someone here earlier said that there is a "widely known bug with feisty and ATI"01:59
leperkhanzmrunagi: did for me!01:59
meniskTnax, thats okay.01:59
zepolentamale: dont use a gui, thats not hardcore01:59
leperkhanzprobably depends on the card though.01:59
PriceChildtamale, ask them to give a launchpad bug number01:59
mrunagiwhat prog do you use to view ur tuner leperkhanz01:59
leperkhanzmrunagi: I recommend TVtime01:59
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mrunagidoes tvtime decode digital HD signals?01:59
tamalezepolen: I don't really care if it installs in a GUI or not lol.. I just want a gui that works when it's DONE installing ;)01:59
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zepolenbut thats not hardcore :/02:00
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tamalezepolen: lol02:00
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zepolenuse leds, those are hardcore02:00
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zepolenbinary leds02:00
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Zekereally?02:00
zepolen4 of them02:00
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tamalezepolen: as my only output device from my computer except for my printer02:00
tamalezepolen: and my serial port02:00
zepolenyes02:01
zepolenor beeps!02:01
tamalehaha02:01
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Zekewhat's the wget command to "reinstall" nvidia drivers?02:01
zepolenvisual feedback is for n00bs02:01
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tamalewell, my only input method are a few jumpers on the motherboard itself.. how's that for hardcoreness?02:01
Zekeanyone?02:01
r00723r0i'd like to run an ssh server02:01
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r00723r0anyone know what package to get?02:01
r00723r0(what is preferred)02:02
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astro76r00723r0, openssh-server02:02
thoreauputicr00723r0: openssh-server02:02
philthHello all, With windows I am used to being able to just type a machine name instead of an IP address. I understand this uses WINS in the windows world. What alternative is there for Linux? I am not interested in setting up nmlookup but rather an alternative to the windows way.02:02
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zepolenr00723r0: openssh-server02:02
Zekecause I try to run beryl and it works for a bit then quits working02:02
ZekeI reinstalled invidia drivers and it worked until just a minute ago02:03
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Zekeanyone at all?02:04
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ferret_0567that's better02:04
zepolenzeke: download the turn-back-time package02:04
mrunagiso if tvtime doesnt show any video then my tuner doesnt work right?02:04
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juano__ikonia: problem solved! finally02:04
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thoreauputicphilth: either put the names in /etc/hots or set up a local DNS02:04
Pelomrunagi, you'll just have to load the tuner driver manualy,  don'T ask me how, I donT' know,  search for the model in the forum02:05
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Zekeok, but there is a - I believe - wget command that just reinstalls the drivers02:05
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juano__ikonia: removed all and installed nvidia-glx-new and driver is now nvidia, glxgears outputs very fast gears !02:05
thoreauputicphilth: /etc/hosts workd with static Ips02:05
mrunagiwhich forum02:05
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Pelomrunagi, www.ubuntuforums.com02:05
PriceChildPelo, .org02:05
PeloPriceChild,  i believe both work02:05
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mrunagioh k02:06
PriceChildPelo, yes... but you may sometimes have problems with .com02:06
philththoreauputic,  Is there any other way that doesn't require staticly assigning mac-ip's then ip-> names. I use DHCP and don't want to set every computer to an IP.02:06
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PeloPriceChild,  I stand corrected I now get a redirect page02:06
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stuart_is there any pre-installed cd burning program cos my apt-get is screwed02:06
mrunagisigh doesnt look like mine is supported.....i guess im keeping vista on for a while =/02:06
thoreauputicphilth: I use static arp mapping from my router02:06
thugrenHey I am have problems with my Wireless card not working in 7.04?02:07
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mrunagistuart_: whats wrong with ur apt-get02:07
thoreauputicphilth: your router might not have that tough02:07
stuart_mrunagi: it's warty02:07
Pelostuart_,   nautilus burns cd look under  places02:07
mrunagihuh?02:07
thoreauputicumm s/tough/though02:07
thoreauputic:)02:07
flicka-94but k3b are good :)02:07
philththoreauputic,  thanks I'll look in to this.02:07
flicka-94apt-get install k3b02:07
noldon!fun02:07
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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.org02:07
mrunagistuart_: whats wrong with ur apt-get02:07
mrunagi!tv02:07
ubotuhttp://www.linuxtv.org/ has extensive information about using TV cards under Linux. Available viewers for analog cards: Zapping, tvtime (GTK/GNOME), kdetv (KDE), xawtv, motv. For digital cards: Klear (KDE), dvb-utils. For both analog and digital cards, !MythTV is a powerful framework. Your card may work the !IVTV drivers. See also !TV-Out02:07
thoreauputicphilth: that way dhcp always gives out the same IP for a particular mac02:07
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stuart_Pelo: places?02:07
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stuart_mrunagi: i'm have warty installed and apt-ge tisn't supported anymore02:08
Pelostuart_,  do you have gui ? and are you running gnome ?02:08
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stuart_Pelo: yup02:08
flicka-94sudo-apt get02:08
mrunagii dont understand stuart_02:08
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stuart_mrunagi: whenever i try to apt-get anything it can't connect02:08
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Pelostuart_, in the top bar menu ,   under places,  where you have shortcuts for /home and system etc ,  look further down,  there is a link for cd/dvd recording02:09
stuart_because there's no support anymore for warty warthog, right?02:09
tannerldI upgraded firefox in apt-get, but it still says 2.0.0.4 in the about menu02:09
mrunagiwhat does it say stuart_02:09
stuart_Pelo: I think it's because i'm using warty. there's only applications and computer up there02:09
Pelostuart_,  you can put in your cd and sudo apt-get update ,  that will get some packages from the cd02:09
thoreauputicstuart_: warty is from the dark ages of 2004 ;)02:09
saxinstuart_: correct.02:09
Pelostuart_,  in computer02:09
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stuart_haha well actually i have cd/dvd creator running when i inserted the empty cd02:10
jarrod_can anyone recommend a networking irc room?02:10
stuart_how do i actually make a cd with the iso instead of just copying the iso into the cd.02:10
stuart_i only have 1 cd, dno't wanan screw it up02:10
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thoreauputicstuart_: gurn it as an image02:10
Pelostuart_,  I beleive if you right click on the .iso file you will get the option to burn it02:10
thoreauputic*burn02:10
stuart_cool02:10
stuart_sec..02:10
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stuart_silly me02:11
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stuart_k xubuntu is burning. will update you all later if i'm able to install02:11
noldon!linuxmce02:11
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about linuxmce - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:11
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mrunagi!vista02:11
ubotuvista is the new operating system by the evil overlords from Redmond. For more information, see http://www.badvista.org02:11
mrunagiwow......bad blood against microsoft?02:12
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ubotugpg is the GNU Privacy Guard.  See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GnuPrivacyGuardHowto and class #8 on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ClassroomTranscripts02:12
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jarrod_can anyone recommend a networking irc room?02:12
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Pelojarrod_, #samba ?02:12
kibavista is proprietary so it got the hate from FSF02:13
thoreauputicjarrod_: be a bit more specific - what networking issue ?02:13
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jarrod_pelo will that help w/non samba networking?02:13
thoreauputicjarrod_: of course not :)02:13
Pelojarrod_,  what do you think ?02:13
jsestri2How bad is it to dist-upgrade with apt instead of using upgrade-manager?02:13
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thoreauputicjarrod_: as I said, be more specific02:13
PriceChildjsestri2, bad enough that we don't recommend it02:13
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Pelojarrod_, at best you will get redirected to a proper channel,  at worst , well,  nice knowing you02:14
thoreauputicjsestri2: requires more apt and dpkg-fu :)02:14
jsestri2PriceChild: What if upgrade manager is broken though? will i die?02:14
jarrod_thoreauputic. no issue just a place to "learn" lick right now i need to ask some questins about buses02:14
PriceChildjsestri2, your risk02:14
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stuart_btw how do i browse as root02:14
jsestri2Price-Child: upgrade-manager doesnt work for 6.06 -> 6.1002:14
stuart_e.g: i wanna be able to delete, change permissions with right click, while as root02:14
Pelostuart_,  gksu nautilus02:14
jarrod_thoreauputic. that right lick...02:14
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mrunagiso wait a second02:15
PriceChild!doesn't work | jsestri202:15
ubotujsestri2: Doesn't work is a strong statement. Does it sit on the couch all day? Does it want more money? Is it on IRC all the time? Please be specific! Examples of what doesn't work tend to help too.02:15
wesocan anyone tell me how i can get my graficcard on ubuntu????02:15
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mrunagiif you edit the system32.dll file to recreate or redesign the shell of windows.......thats illegal under the EULA?02:15
thoreauputicjarrod_: problem is, networking is a pretty vast subject...02:15
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Peloweso,  which graphic card ?02:15
wesoradeon 9600 pro02:15
Pelo!ati | weso02:15
ubotuweso: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto02:15
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stuart_gksu nautilus does nothing..02:16
thoreauputicjarrod_: why not ask a question and see if you are redirected to a better channel for your needs?02:16
polariswould this be the right place to ask a question about the gimp?02:16
polarisdoubt it, but I hate forums.02:16
myusrnmwhat do i have to /msg ubotu about to figure out how to restore the ubuntu grup after installing winxp?02:16
Pelopolaris,  #gimp-user might be better02:16
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thoreauputicstuart_: it should - try  gksudo nautilus then02:16
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Kazukisan:: Does anyone have any info on, if there is any progress in making 64bit ubuntu have easy install of 32bit programs like suse has? ::02:16
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wesokk thx 4 the info02:17
jarrod_are buses still implicated in computer networks and if so what do that look like / are called?02:17
kevinlwhat is the true value of 64 bit anyways?02:17
kevinlim behind the times.02:17
kevinllarger integers? heh02:17
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myusrnmgot it, bye02:17
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Music_Shufflekevinl, the 64 version is better for some stuff, but has some multimedia issues.02:17
meniskI have just updated a bunch of my icon files in /usr/share/icons but they don't show differently, do I have to update an icon cache or something?02:17
jsestri2PriceChild: sorry, I'll be more specific. I get this error when its trying to change the "channels": Failed to fetch http://archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/dists/edgy/universe/binary-i386/Packages.bz2 Sub-process bzip2 returned an error code (2)02:17
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ccidralhi02:17
amgupt01hi02:17
PriceChildjsestri2, try it again02:18
openmindDJHelp! I was trying to enable 3d support for an ATI card and now when i boot, X doesn't start.02:18
MrTsunamiMusic_Shuffle: somehow there's some irony of you talking about multimedia issues02:18
astro76kevinl, let's you have more than 4GB of ram, for one02:18
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stuart_k thanks02:18
phosphene!beryl02:18
ubotuberyl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. Help in #ubuntu-effects02:18
stuart_gonna install now02:18
Music_ShuffleMrTsunami, And I ran Edgy 64 before going back to 32 for Feisty too :P02:18
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bryantcaleyhi yall02:18
Pelojarrod_,  try #networking02:18
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ccidralI want to install ubuntu feisty from a usb pen drive. I have been googling a lot about it but didn't find any tutorial on it....02:18
jarrod_pelo: mmkay02:19
jsestri2PriceChild: Right now? I just ran that for the 10th time...since this morning02:19
bryantcaleyhow can i change the permissions of a file?  it need owner root privilages ?02:19
mrunagido you guys consider os x to be as evil as windows?02:19
mrunagibryantcaley: chmod 777 file02:19
amgupt01hi everyone02:19
amgupt01im new02:19
mrunagi::claps for amgupt01::02:19
ccidraldoes anyone know where I can find such tutorial?02:19
astro76bryantcaley, what are you trying to do?02:19
amgupt01i need help with the ubuntu installation02:19
openmindDJAnyone?  How can I restore my Xorg.conf02:19
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Music_Shuffleamgupt01, what about it?02:19
PriceChild!xconfig | openmindDJ02:19
mrunagiamgupt01: what about it02:19
ubotuopenmindDJ: 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 !FixRes02:19
PriceChildjsestri2, i don't know.02:20
kevinlastro: heh, thats a practical one.. for supercomputing or rendering i guess :)02:20
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Music_ShuffleopenmindDJ, from the backup you made before editing it?02:20
openmindDJI cant seem to get to a terminal02:20
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openmindDJHow can I boot to a term?02:20
dmdzinemrunagi: I want OS X... really... bad... (my next computer will be a mac...no more windows for me)02:20
amgupt01no matter what i do, it always displays [    0.000000]  ACPI: Unable to locate RSDP02:20
amgupt01when i try to install02:20
bryantcaleythanks mrunagi.  astro76, i am trying to chance var/cache/apt/archive file privilages ... i already had them downloaded02:20
mrunagimac is too expensive02:20
wesodoes anyone know if there is a german ubuntu chan????02:20
billiejoexexcuse me, I would be interested in seeing source code of ftp command included in all linux distribution. Does someone got any idea about where should I take it?02:20
Music_Shuffle!de | weso02:20
ubotuweso: Deutschsprachige Hilfe fuer Probleme mit Ubuntu, Kubuntu und Edubuntu finden Sie in den Kanaelen #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #xubuntu-de und #edubuntu-de02:20
mrunagiich kenne nicht02:20
mrunagiaber guten tag zu du02:21
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wesothx ^^02:21
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mrunagi=)02:21
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amgupt01hey02:21
dmdzinehey02:21
amgupt01can anyone please help02:21
leperkhanzOK, so long as I copy .thunderbird back into my home directory after a reinstall, I keep all my emails?02:21
ccidraldoes anyone know where I can find a tutorial about how to install ubuntu feisty from a usb pen/stick drive?02:21
mrunagiich kenne ein bisschen deutsch. ich lerne im dem schula fur swei jarhe. meine grammatik is nicht sehr gut02:21
Music_Shuffleamgupt01, with what?02:22
jrib!install > ccidral (see the private message from ubotu)02:22
dmdzinegesundheit02:22
Music_Shuffle!en | mrunagi02:22
ubotumrunagi: The #ubuntu, #kubuntu and #xubuntu channels are english only. For a complete list of channels in other languages, please visit http://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat02:22
amgupt01whenever i try to install ubuntu, it displays [    0.000000]  ACPI: Unable to locate RSDP02:22
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Music_Shuffle!de | mrunagi02:22
jrib!de | mrunagi02:22
ubotumrunagi: Deutschsprachige Hilfe fuer Probleme mit Ubuntu, Kubuntu und Edubuntu finden Sie in den Kanaelen #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #xubuntu-de und #edubuntu-de02:22
intelikeycan someone tell me the modules for a     intel 82557/8/9 ethernet prow 100 ?02:22
mrunagi!german02:22
ariks_how do I get my laptop sleep on lid close without gnome running?02:22
ccidralthanks02:22
mrunagi!german02:22
astro76bryantcaley, well that directory is readable by everyone, what command are you trying? probably just need sudo02:22
mrunagiis the bot broken?02:22
dmdzine!gesundheit02:22
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about gesundheit - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:22
mrunagi!deustch02:22
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about deustch - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:22
jribmrunagi: no, but he won't repeat things so quickly02:22
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ubotumrunagi: Deutschsprachige Hilfe fuer Probleme mit Ubuntu, Kubuntu und Edubuntu finden Sie in den Kanaelen #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #xubuntu-de und #edubuntu-de02:22
bryantcaleyastro , i copied the files in there from a fat32 drive02:23
MrTsunamino, you just have to know how to use it ;)02:23
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kitchebilliejoex: the source code for the ftp command is included in all linux distros02:23
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mrunagija.......weso, du gehts #ubuntu-de02:23
billiejoexkitche, where sould I have to search?02:23
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billiejoexI'm currenlty running an Ubuntu 7.0402:24
astro76bryantcaley, try chmod 644 /var/cache/apt/archives/*02:24
dmdzine:P02:24
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kitchebilliejoex: umm there is netkit-ftp which is the standard ftp02:24
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mrunagiwhat is the number in chmod02:24
bryantcaleymrunagi: chmod 777  :) thankyou !!02:25
astro76bryantcaley, 777, that's not good02:25
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dmdzineits like 111 over 66602:25
SirBob1701how do i figure out what kernel version i have installed?02:25
bryantcaleyastro76: what difference is chmod 644 to 777 ??02:25
mrunagiyes what is the difference02:25
cuppsCan anyone in here help me with running World of Warcraft in wine, or is there a better channel in which to seek help?02:25
astro76bryantcaley, 777 is read/write/execute for everyone02:25
astro76mrunagi, if you don't know, why advise then?02:25
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mrunagibecause 777 works for me02:25
kitcheSirBob1701: uname -r02:25
mrunagi!chmod02:25
ubotuThe files and directories on an Ubuntu system are organized according to a standard, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filesystem_Hierarchy_Standard - file permissions are explained at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FilePermissions - All filenames and directory names (and many other things) are case sensitive in Linux02:25
bryantcaleyoh, right, 644 is better ?02:25
SirBob1701kitche: thanks02:25
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billiejoexkitche, such netkit-ftp is the same "ftp" program included in linux?02:26
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SirBob1701ls02:26
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bryantcaleyim really noob at terminal02:26
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dmdzine644 is like 22 less than 66602:26
kitchebilliejoex: most likely unless they are using a newer ftp02:26
dmdzinein case anyone was wondering02:26
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mrunagiastro76: what is the difference02:26
astro76bryantcaley, yes 644 is read for everyone, but only root can write, no execute, these are not executables02:26
billiejoexuhm... maybe I should search in kernel. Does it probable that it is included with kernel sources?02:26
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openmindDJmusic_shuffle, if i remove the package xorg-driver-fglrx, should i then run sudo depmod -a?02:26
kitchebilliejoex: no it's a seperate program02:26
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astro76mrunagi, because you defeat the whole security paradigm of the system if you make stuff writable by users outside of /home02:27
bryantcaleyastro76: much appreciated02:27
bryantcaley;)02:28
mrunagii dont really understand.....02:28
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dmdzine:-[02:28
mrunagiis that why im able to browse other accounts home folders on here without a password02:28
mrunagibecause that was kinda wierd02:28
irvinei try to mount an ext3 partition and i get this mount: wrong fs type, bad option, bad superblock on /dev/sdb1,02:28
irvine       missing codepage or other error02:28
irvineany ideas?02:28
mrunagican you tell me how to make it so that you cant browse other users home folders?02:29
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jribmrunagi: change the permissions on /home/FOOBAR02:29
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jrib!permissions > mrunagi (see the private message from ubotu)02:29
mrunagiso whats the chmod command for that02:30
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irvinechmod 777 /home/FOOBAR02:30
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jribirvine: that would usually be bad02:31
jribmrunagi: did you read the page ubotu sent you?02:31
irvinethen chmod 75502:31
jribirvine: that's not what he wants02:31
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tux0hey guys, do any ovu kno the command to recompile the kernel?02:32
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tux0im under feiste fawn02:32
jrib!kernel > tux0 (see the private message from ubotu)02:32
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PriceChildtux0, why do you want to?02:32
astro76mrunagi, chmod --recursive o-rwx ~/02:32
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codecainehi how come I can set my screen resoultion and refresh rate in xorg.conf and it works perfect for the desktop but when im at login screen it doesn't support the refresh rate same when I have a full screen game like tux typing where can I do to fix that?02:33
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tux0PriceChild:cuz i wanna know how, and why d i wanna do that :P02:33
PrivatePilotHello, I saw I can start Ubuntu direct from CD without instalation. But when I try to do it, it stucks at the boot screen. What's happening?02:34
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odatanyone know how to fix this error in exaile02:34
odatTypeError: pixbuf should be a GdkPixbuf02:34
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Amaranthodat: programming error02:35
jribodat: looks like an error with the program, try #exaile02:35
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SirBob1701anyone know the source packages you need for parallels?02:36
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jsestri2how diff is fiesty from dapper?02:37
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codecainehow do you choose the gnomes login screen resolution and refresh rate?02:38
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codecaineseems to be not connected to xorg.conf02:39
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perseptwhere does it save downloaded packages?02:40
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perseptwhere does apt-get save downloaded packages02:41
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astro76persept, /var/cache/apt/archives02:41
TeTeTpersept: /var/cache/apt/archives02:41
TeTeTastro76: ;)02:42
perseptthanks02:42
alecw1Help! I just installed Ubuntu (using the alternate installer) and I just rebooted, and I get an error: "Failed to start the X server (your GUI). It is likely that it is not set up correctly. Would you like to view the X server output to diagnose the problem?" And then it continues to give me a list of errors like "bcm43xx_microcode5.fw" not available or load failed" Can someone help?02:42
tattersbeen trying to upgrade to gibbon keep getting Failed to fetch http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu/dists/gutsy/commercial/binary-i386/Packages.gz 404 Not Found ...is server down?02:42
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poningrualecw1: ignore the bcm43xx errors02:42
TeTeTalecw1: the two probs are unrelated. For the X try $ sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg02:42
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poningruthats your wifi card not working correctly02:42
poningruactually I would prefer it if you could see what the error was02:43
alecw1wait... how do I get to a terminal?02:43
poningrualecw1: what does the error say?02:43
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poningrualecw1: ctrl+shift+f102:43
TeTeTalecw1: for the bcm43xx problem, google for broadcom and ubuntu02:43
poningruwe'll take care of that later02:43
alecw1Error: Microcode "bcm43xx_microcode5.fw" not available or load failed."02:43
poningru!broadcom02:43
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:43
poningrualecw1: no not that error02:43
poningruthe X error02:44
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poningruWould you like to view the X server output to diagnose the problem?"02:44
poningrupress yes or something there02:44
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alecw1let me restart02:44
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obf213if i want to get php and mysql what packages should i download02:44
alecw1what's the problem though?02:44
antiNeodo you guys think compiz will work okay on an nvidia fx5200 128mb (only $30 on newegg)?02:44
osmosishow do I update my repository url ?02:44
alecw1I checked the disc...02:44
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tatterscompvis works fine with my fx520002:45
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astro76alecw1, for the broadcom you need to install the firmware, first: sudo apt-get install bcm43xx-fwcutter02:45
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astro76alecw1, then: sudo cp /lib/firmware/bcm43xx* /lib/firmware/`uname -r`02:45
poningrualecw1: no idea02:45
antiNeotatters: smoothly, even with a buncha windows?02:45
alecw1ok I'll try that, after that, willl it work?02:45
poningruastro76: uh you dont have to do that dude02:45
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poningrualecw1: no dude ignore the broadcom problem for now02:46
poningrualecw1: lets figure out X first02:46
alecw1what do I do??02:46
tattersantiNeo: I would say it runs smoothly , but I have no other machine to benchmark against02:46
poningrutell us the error from X02:46
antiNeoalright, thanks! :)02:46
alecw1ok, I have to reboot.02:46
tattersas smooth as most things anyways02:46
poningruok02:46
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alecw1I exited out of the error02:46
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rustalotwould it be possible to create a portable RAID 5 array02:46
DrZaiusobf213: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP02:46
alecw1This is depressing, I just barely bought this thing. :(02:46
poningrualecw1: and booted into windows?02:46
noldonhow do i know what video codec im missing02:46
poningrubought what?02:47
alecw1no... no OS yet.02:47
rustalotlike to carry arround with my laptop02:47
alecw1well, ubuntu. but X isn't working02:47
poningruoh how are you talking to us?02:47
alecw1other comp02:47
poningruok02:47
alecw1ok02:47
hellekinhello people. I have a problem on a Feisty: metacity dumps core, crashing application after a random (but short, say 5 minutes) time. I guess it's a memory problem.02:47
alecw1i'm at the error screen02:47
alecw1what do you want?02:47
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poningruwhat does the error say?02:47
poningrujust type out the important stuff02:47
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hellekingdb says: Core was generated by `metacity --sm-save-file 1125285736-9136-3387226525.ms'.02:47
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alecw1I see this: (EE) Screen(s) found, but none have a u sable configuration.02:48
alecw1No screen found02:48
replmanHi!02:48
antiNeohellekin: why do yu think it's a memory problem? you should run memtest86 (I think it's on the ubuntu boot disk... idk) a few times, if you're worried02:48
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alecw1that's it poningru02:48
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ari_stresshello, can anyone give me info on apt-catcher? i heard that it can be used to save bandwidth?02:49
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alecw1nothing else is there, except for the microcode "bcm43xx_microcode5.fw error02:49
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poningrualecw1: ok go to a terminal and do sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg-video02:49
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antiNeohellekin: does it crash like that when you're using the live cd?02:49
JasonWoofhow do I run my own window manager?02:49
poningrualecw1: like I said ignore that for now02:49
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replmanI have a problem installing (k)ubuntu on my new core2duo system. The hdd is not recognised by the live system. I figured out, that the mainboard (msi P35/G33 Neo) has a Marvell 88SE6111 IDE Controller02:49
hellekinantiNeo: because / is used at 95%. The box was installed like 1.5 years ago and upgraded as new versions appear02:50
poningrualecw1: go to a terminal by ctrl+shift+f102:50
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antiNeohellekin: ohh, yeah... that's bad02:50
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noldonhow do i mount a .img file02:50
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alecw1it says "xserver-xorg-video" is not installed02:50
antiNeohellekin: I thought you were talking RAM... but you mean storage memory02:50
JasonWoofI see a pulldown at the gdm login thing, you can pick "run Xclient script"... I made ~/.xclient ~/.Xclient ~/.xinitrc ~/.Xinitrc ~/Xclient ~/xclient ~/Xinitrc and ~/xinitrc and it loads gnome anyway02:50
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irvineJasonWoof: select it in the login screen02:50
JasonWoofirvine: I don't want one of them from the list, I want it to run my script02:51
dissectionAnyone knows of a P2P Messenger with encryption that also has a Windows clients so it works on a network with Windows and Linux PCs?02:51
hellekinantiNeo: do you think I should reinstall using a new CD or is there a workaround?02:51
poningruwtf02:51
alecw1here is what I typed:02:51
replmani've made my usb-stick bootable with (k)ubuntu live. Is it possible (and if, how) to update the kernel for the live-system?02:51
irvinedunno02:51
poningrualecw1: sorry02:51
antiNeohellekin: umm... full disks usually cause lots of problems... what do you think's taking up all that space?02:51
alecw1sudo dpkg=reconfigure xserver-xorg-video02:51
antiNeohellekin: how big is the disk?02:51
alecw1-*02:51
hellekinantiNeo: / is very small02:51
poningrualecw1: do sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg-video-all02:51
alecw1ok02:51
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poningruforgot the all02:52
alecw1ok, poningru, it didn't give me an error..02:52
hellekinantiNeo: / is 270M02:52
antiNeohellekin: I would recommend no less than 10GB for root these days, if you're going to install many programs...02:52
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antiNeohellekin: ehe, that's your problem, your disk is smaller than the live cd ;)02:52
poningrualecw1: restart02:52
alecw1what's the command for restarting?02:53
poningrureboot02:53
antiNeohellekin: do you mean 270M free? that sounds too small for even an old hdd...02:53
alecw1(just so I know for the future)02:53
alecw1ok02:53
poningruor sudo shutdown -r now02:53
hellekinantiNeo: yeah... I tried to uninstall some unused software such as rdesktop, but tsclient is required by ubuntu-desktop02:53
alecw1ok I think "sudo reboot" did it02:53
rlvis there a way to disable the forced check of the os after a certain bumber of mounts?02:53
alecw1poningru, it's booting up...02:53
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PurpZeYrlv: I've been told that there isn't. That you can do control c + d...but that it's highly recommended you just let it do it's thing02:54
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antiNeohellekin: okay... if your disk is really small (< 5GB), ubuntu probably isn't the best OS for it02:54
hellekinantiNeo: actually, the / partition is 270M, /var is 2,8G, /usr is 5,5G02:54
poningrualecw1: out of curiosity what kinda screen do you have?02:54
alecw1poningru, no luck. :(02:54
PurpZeYrlv: I believe it's ctrl+d+c but, I've never done it, as I was advised not to skip it.02:54
alecw1It's a Dell laptop, Latitude D63002:54
alecw1just bought it today02:54
poningruwhat kinda vid card?02:54
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antiNeohellekin: huh, did you make the partition that small on purpose?02:54
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Vsop_vsop_vsopHey folks!!02:55
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alecw1poningru, no idea, i think integrated02:55
antiNeohellekin: on a disk that small, it's probably best to just put everything on the same partition02:55
PurpZeYUsually on laptops it's an Intel Chipset, unless it's a gaming laptop02:55
poningrualecw1: ok do a sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg-core02:55
alecw1ok02:55
jetscreamer-core?02:55
poningruPurpZeY: uh no02:55
poningrujetscreamer: yes everything02:55
hellekinantiNeo: I don't remember... I guess my parents wanted to keep their Windows data at the time, so I had to improvise02:55
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PurpZeYponingru: sorry to speak out of turn, just trying to help.02:56
antiNeohellekin: ahh, okay...02:56
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rlvPurpZeY: it makes sense not to, but it has hinder the need for immediate productivity several times (it on a mobil latop).  I also despise forced action without an option of any kind.  It should be my mistake to make.02:56
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poningruPurpZeY: its cool02:56
hellekinantiNeo: but I agree, 270M for / is way small. On my Debians, I use 512M02:56
alecw1ok poningru02:56
antiNeohellekin: well, do you know how big the actuall hard drive is, windows and all?02:56
alecw1restart?02:56
PurpZeYrlv: Last I heard someone ask that question I was told it is not possible to turn it off, but that there is a way to skip it.02:56
jetscreamerwhen -core doesn't work just put xserver-xorg02:56
poningrualecw1: err hold on02:56
alecw1ok02:57
poningrualecw1: do a sudo dpkg-reconfigure -plow xserver-xorg-core02:57
hellekinantiNeo: by the time, I removed Windows completely, so I should be able to remap the disk02:57
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antiNeohellekin: on most drives smaller than 40GB, I usually just make it one partition02:57
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PurpZeYrlv: I suspect that you can probably find that on the forum02:57
alecw1ok poningru02:57
alecw1now what?02:57
poningrualecw1: did you answer the questions?02:58
alecw1tehre were none....02:58
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alecw1:(02:58
poningruwtf02:58
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obf213is there  a spotlight type thing for ubuntu02:58
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alecw1poningru, now what?02:58
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poningrualecw1: do it without core02:59
antiNeohellekin: okay... I'd say the best thing to do is to re-install ubuntu, and try and make one partition that's at the bare minimum 4GB. use that partition as /, and all the other directories (home, usr, var, etc.) will fall under the / directory.02:59
hellekinantiNeo: well, the disk is 80G, but only about 40 are used (I removed rebootOS, but used the remaining for backups)02:59
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poningrualecw1: yeah oops02:59
poningruI meant without -core02:59
alecw1screen popped up02:59
Nembie563I have downloaded packages for Tor using Snaptic Package Manager. However, I cannot find the program in my start menu. This page: http://monkeyblog.org/ubuntu/installing/#not_available suggested that I use the The Debian menu "menu-xdg" However, even after a restart I do not have the Debian menu or a clear link to Tor.02:59
alecw1"attempt to autodetect hardware?" yes or no03:00
antiNeohellekin: is this a dual boot?03:00
Nutubuntuhellekin, if you can stand another opinion - make a separate partition for /home, so that in case of a reinstall, you can avoid having to backup and restore your data03:00
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hellekinantiNeo: not anymore :)03:00
antiNeohellekin: :D03:00
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nickrudNembie563, you also need to install    menu03:00
alecw1poningru; "attempt to autodetect hardware?" yes or no03:00
hellekinNutubuntu: I already have a 30G /home03:00
antiNeohellekin: okay... but you still have backup partitions you need to save?03:00
poningrualecw1: yes ofcourse03:00
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poningruanswer the questions03:00
poningrutill you get to the screen portion03:01
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antiNeohellekin: alright... I think your problem is your / partition is too small. we can fix this without a reinstall03:01
DrZaiusobf213: Beagle, Strigi, Pinot, Tracker and Recoll03:01
antiNeohellekin: if you boot the live cd, you can go to the system menu and find a partition editor03:01
hellekinI guess I can debootstrap a new ubuntu on the spare partition, remove the existing /, and reinstall remotely?03:01
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PurpZeYrlv: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=348550&highlight=Automatic+disk+check03:01
Nembie563nickrud, sorry I don't follow, I downloaded the package withe synaptic for the second kind of menu, how do I install?/I thought that did install it03:01
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Nutubuntuhellekin,  sorry; I must have arrived too late to see that :)03:02
alecw1It says "No X server known for your video hardware. There is either no video hardware installed on this machine, or the "discover" program was unable to determine which X server is appropriate for the video hardware. This could be due to incomplete information in discover's hardware database, or beacuse your video hardware is not supported by the avialable X servers." poningru.03:02
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Bilbohi all03:02
poningrualecw1: something weird is going on this shouldnt be happening03:02
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poningrugo reinstall it03:02
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antiNeohellekin: resize the / directory to be reasonable. keep in mind how many programs you want to install. I'd go for ~10GB myself03:02
poningruare you sure you installed the desktop?03:02
nickrudNembie563, you need to install two packages:  menu-xdg and menu to see the debian menu03:02
Lunisfast question: i'm installing ubuntu through vmware to a physical disk that ubuntu will have all to itself. problem i just thought of is: what will ubuntu do when i boot that disk outside of vmware? will it "freak out" because of the massive hardware changes, or adapt?03:02
BilboI am new to ubuntu and have a question03:02
PurpZeYrlv: Here's more actually: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=30047703:02
alecw1i pressed enter, poningru, and it brought me to the "X server driver"03:02
PurpZeY!ask | Bilbo03:02
ubotuBilbo: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)03:02
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poningrualecw1: huh?03:02
hellekinantiNeo: I'm 600Km away from the box, I need to fix it remotely :)03:02
alecw1and this is a VERY new laptop, released only a few weeks ago, so maybe not suported yet?03:02
Bilbothe first user call him bilbo... has sound working03:02
alecw1It's asking me to select a driver...03:02
alecw1"sis"03:03
alecw1"sisusb"03:03
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BilboI also have a second user frodo03:03
antiNeohellekin: ohh, you didn't say that in your question ;P03:03
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alecw1"tdfx"03:03
alecw1"tga"03:03
Bilbofrodo's sound does not work03:03
codecainehow you detect what type of monitor linux see u using?03:03
Nembie563nickrud: thanks I'll try that03:03
Bilboin fact sound preferences has no devices03:03
PurpZeYBilbo: First step try this:03:03
poningrualecw1: its supported out of the box03:03
PurpZeY!alsa | Bilbo03:03
ubotuBilbo: 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 !MP303:03
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antiNeohellekin: okay... well... if your root partition is full, I don't think there's much you can do remotely03:03
Bilbookie03:03
hellekinI guess I can safely make a new partition, cp -x / to the new partition and pray :)03:03
alecw1poningru, what should I do? I tried using a Live CD, but half way through it gave the an error: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=50482103:04
PurpZeYBilbo: If you are still having problems then return.03:04
antiNeohellekin: ehe, you could do that03:04
poningrualecw1: hold on looking03:04
antiNeohellekin: but then I'd have to walk you through using chroot and whatnot... and it probably wouldn't work very well on ubuntu03:04
poningruhmm thats during bootup03:04
poningruthat just means your cd was messed up03:04
hellekinI'm going to try it. After all, I just need to tell Grub the / partition is a different one03:04
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VeenHas anyone successfully run Starcraft in Wine?03:04
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poningruVeen: yes but not I03:04
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PurpZeY!verify | alecw103:05
ubotualecw1: To verify your Ubuntu ISO image (or other files for which an MD5 checksum is provided), see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/VerifyIsoHowto or http://www.linuxquestions.org/linux/answers/LQ_ISO/Checking_the_md5sum_in_Windows03:05
antiNeohellekin: it sounds to me like you made seperate partitions for /, /usr, /var, and /home, am I right?03:05
perseptis there any way I can set add a swap drive (usb) while running in live cd03:05
hellekinantiNeo: yes03:05
alecw1poningru, I tried 3 CDs!03:05
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BilboPurpZeY, hmmm when I double click on the volume control I get there are no devices....03:05
alecw1all from ubuntu shipit.03:05
hellekinantiNeo: so I can keep all but /03:05
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antiNeohellekin: okay, that's probably why you ran out of space03:05
poningrualecw1: OH!?03:05
nickrudcodecaine, I just look at /var/log/Xorg.0.log03:05
antiNeohellekin: are you firmiliar with the unix filesystem hiarchy?03:05
defjuxhow do i check if i have usb 2.0??03:05
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hellekinantiNeo: I've been using Linux for 15+ years :)03:06
antiNeohellekin: ahh ;P03:06
PurpZeYBilbo: And it's the same exact setup, just log out and change users?03:06
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Bilboyes03:06
alecw1poningru, that error message was recvieved during the "ubuntu" loading screen, where the bar goes back and forth... on the live cd03:06
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antiNeohellekin: I was assuming you were a newb because you ran out of space... you've been using linux 10 years longer than I have X-D03:06
poningruare you sure this is a d630?03:06
poningruhttp://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=50482103:06
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Bilbobilbo is the first user and hence has sudo03:06
Bilboand frodo does not03:06
poningrualecw1: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=48165103:06
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slowmawhi03:07
hellekinantiNeo: maybe you're 10 years younger though03:07
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alecw1poningru, I'm more than sure... it's got the brand right on it03:07
bastid_raZorfrodo could have it if added to admin group03:07
BilboPurpZeY, Oh and this is Feisty fawn03:07
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nickruddefjux, lspci: one of them will say usb2 if you do03:07
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poningrualecw1: are you sure you are using feisty?03:07
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poningrudo you have any devices plugged into it?03:07
hellekinok... I'm going to do some magick... I keep you updated03:07
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defjuxthanks nick :)03:07
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hellekinjust for the fun of it :)03:07
antiNeohellekin: i'd go with the "make a bigger partition and then tell grub" plan03:07
PurpZeYBilbo: I might be missing something, but I don't really see why having sudo should effect your sound device.03:07
poningruother than the power cord unplug everything and try the official cds03:07
Bilboneither do i03:08
hellekinantiNeo: yep, doing that03:08
alecw1poningru, yes.03:08
Nembie563nickrud: I tried what you told me and got the menu package, when I restarted I still did not have the new menu or a start menu link to Tor in the original menu03:08
PurpZeYBilbo: Does it show up in lspci ?03:08
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bastid_raZorbilbo check to see if you're added to the audio group03:08
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Bilbook03:08
poningrualecw1: this is extremely weird03:08
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Bilboif frodo is part of the audio group03:08
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PurpZeY!nickspam03:08
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ubotuYou 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 !Guidelines03:08
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Justi2what is a .pc extension?03:09
alecw1poningru, it seems some people are having the same problem...03:09
alecw1on that trhead03:09
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bastid_raZorBilbo, simply add bilbo to it seperated by a , and you both will have it03:09
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kitcheJusti2: for pkg-config03:09
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alecw1poningru, http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=2899347&postcount=5 should I try this?03:09
nickrudNembie563, do    dpkg -l 'menu*'     . you should see both menu and menu-xdg listed, with 'ii' at the beginning of each line03:09
poningrualecw1: yeah do that03:09
LiveUSBanyone good with shelll scripts, I need to execute 2 commands that seem to both want access to terminal. niether will give it up untill completed (or closed)03:09
Bilbobastid_raZor, I know how to add users to groups but this is my first linux laptop!!!! as a work station03:09
alecw1ok03:09
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alecw1can I PM you?03:10
Justi2kitche: my install guide says to set a variable to the directory where "pidgin.pc" is located. how do I find it?03:10
diegoyes03:10
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BilboI am sound and other niceties challenged03:10
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kitcheJusti2: sudo updatedb && locate pidgin.pc03:10
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poningrualecw1: keep in the channel03:10
Bilboask me to hack the server side daemons and I am ok03:10
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poningruwhy pm?03:10
alecw1ok03:10
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obf213how do i run beagle03:10
nich0sDoes anyone know what I would need to do to be able to access my terminal from a windows box?03:10
alecw1I should boot up in "recovery mode" poningru? right?03:10
ZambeziI really need help with this errormessages: http://www.pastebin.ca/62700603:10
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PurpZeYobf213: I suspect you'll have to install it first.03:10
obf213i installed it but i cant run it i tryed to run it in run. but it just syas cant run03:11
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poningrualecw1: err no need for that03:11
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obf213PurpZey. yeah i did.03:11
nich0sI'm looking for ideas short of remoting in to the ubuntu box.03:11
poningrujust do it from the terminal03:11
PurpZeYobf213: Why won't it run?03:11
alecw1too late, poningru... :(03:11
bulmernich0s, you need an X client or ssh client03:11
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obf213PurpZey it says command not found03:11
kitchenich0s: install openssh-server and get putty for the windows box if you want just the terminal03:11
obf213i don tknow why03:11
PurpZeYobf213: How did you install it?03:11
noldoni cant get vlc to go fullscreen03:11
obf213synaptic03:11
poningrualecw1: hehe just log back into the terminal03:11
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alecw1ok poningru. :)03:11
PurpZeYobf213: You are sure you are typing the proper command and that it's case sensitive. . .03:11
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nich0skitche: Thank you, is there any type of configuration that I am going to need to complete for this?03:12
obf213yeah i know. it just says command not found03:12
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PurpZeYobf213: If you are getting that message it means that either it isn't installed or you are running the wrong command.03:12
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BilboPurpZeY, let me go check if that fixed it as the other user03:13
Bilbothanks for the help03:13
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kitchenich0s: just make sure openssh-server us running and get putty and start it and the rest is pretty self-explaination03:13
dBgBdWolfi have an existing debian installation with lvm on raid. how can i install ubuntu over it (and keep my /home)?03:13
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Nembie563nickrud: I just tried what you said and this is what is shot back out http://p.opsat.net/v/uo03:13
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h_ll_k_nwow... looks like I had already started the process and forgot about it03:13
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slavikanyway to make a larger panel use a different image for background? (or to actually stretch an svg image)03:14
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hellekinguess what: I have a 2G empty ext3 partition on... /dev/hda1 :)03:14
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PurpZeYslavik: I think you need to download panel images...It can be done.03:14
nich0skitche: Thank you for your help. One final newbish question. If the server doesn't reinitialize on restart. What command could I use to start it?03:14
obf213herrm i uninstalled it reinstalled it and the command beagle does nothing03:14
obf213what other apps work for this again03:14
bastid_raZordBgBdWolf, move /home elsewhere after the install move it back.03:14
obf213ill just try one of those03:14
nickrudNembie563, then you should see a Debian entry under Applications; if you don't, try killall gnome-panel and look again03:14
kitchenich0s: sudo /etc/init.d/sshd start it should auto start though03:14
hellekinI'm pretty sure it was called C: before :)03:14
ZambeziCan anyone help me to change a thing i the kernel? This error: http://www.pastebin.ca/62700603:15
PurpZeYobf213: You are somehow calling the wrong command. What is the name of the package?03:15
hellekinso I must have started the move but forgot about it03:15
obf213beagle03:15
obf213i think its called search now tho03:15
nich0skitche: Thank you.03:15
obf213i went to add remove program typed in beagle and it showed search03:15
PurpZeYobf213: Showed as installed?03:15
obf213yes03:15
PurpZeYobf213: If you did via add/remove it should be in your menu on the panel, no?03:16
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obf213yeah i think i found it03:17
obf213its just called search03:17
obf213if thats it i dontknow03:17
PurpZeYobf213: So, try it via term03:17
obf213yeah that it03:17
nich0skitche: Thank you. This is going to make my life much, much easier.03:17
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obf213its opened. i guess the command to open it is not its name.03:17
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usehello is there a way to run Itunes on linux ??03:17
slavikPurpZeY: I meant as part of a theme ...03:17
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nich0sls03:18
PurpZeYuse: I don't think so. There are some programs that will sync with iPod03:18
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nickrudobf213, a quick way to find what command(s) to run from a package is:  dpkg -L <packagename> | grep bin03:18
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alecw1poningru, http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=2980110&postcount=3203:18
PurpZeYslavik: If the theme contains a panel, yes....I don't really understand the question completely...The panel can be changed visually.03:18
Fr3e-DoMWhos still using Dapper version?03:18
alecw1how do I install those drivers?03:18
useno PurpZeY not to sync with ipod i want itunes cause its the best music organizer and i got 60k to organize lol03:18
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slavikPurpZeY: I have 2 panels (top and bottom), the top panel is 24 pixels high, the bottom is 72pixels high (3x as top)03:19
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NahiPurpZeY; thanx for ur help last time with the network issue :)03:19
Fr3e-DoMNobody?03:19
poningrualecw1: -Ran sudo apt-get install-xserver-xorg-video-intel03:19
poningrudo that03:19
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PurpZeYNahi: I don't think iTunes runs in ubuntu...maybe in wine? no worries...glad it works.03:19
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PurpZeYslavik: Right...but what is the question?03:19
Nahium...but which version might work in wine ?03:19
Nahithats the question03:19
brueniguse, you should check out easytag03:19
slavikthe image that the theme uses for the panels is 24pixels high, so for the 72pixel panel, I get 3 panel images03:20
brueniguse, it has a lot of advanced features for organization03:20
nickrudNembie563, things might have changed, try this if you still don't see it: right click the menu bar, select edit, and see if it's there, but not checked.03:20
PurpZeYNahi: I'd try bruenig's suggestioon, from what I understand iTunes is really a no-go03:20
alecw1poningru, I got "invalid operation"03:20
poningrueh?03:20
Nahiokay03:20
poningruwhat did you try to run?03:20
alecw1wait, -ran ?03:20
Nembie563 nickrud: I don't see anything titled Debian in my start menu. What is killall gnome-panel?03:20
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poningruno -ran03:20
poningrujust from sudo03:20
alecw1ok didnt work yet] 03:21
Nahileme give it a try i tried amarok but wasn't satisfying03:21
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rainmanHi, I need help plz, last night I installed 7.04 and all went ok except the audio card didn't pick up correctly. Can someone help & tell me how to add it?03:21
alecw1poningru, didn't work.03:21
poningruoh no - between install-xserver03:21
alecw1ohhhhhh.03:21
alecw1doing it. :)03:21
nickrudNembie563, gnome panel is the container that the menubar sits in. At one time, some panel applets didn't start properly unless you restarted the panel. That's what killall gnome-panel does.03:21
alecw1ok finished03:21
alecw1restart?03:21
nickrudNembie563, have you right clicked the menubar and looked for Debian there?03:22
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Nahistill easytag isn't what im looking for ( just read the info ) um...what i need is to organize my mp3s into folders and stuff like each artist with it own folder03:22
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nickrudNembie563, and, I'm assuming you're running ubuntu/gnome :)03:22
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Nahibut leme give it a try03:23
Nahibrb03:23
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Pie-rat1how can i set unmaskirq on a SATA drive?03:23
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Justi1how can I install the glib 2.0 development headers?03:23
Nembie563Nickrud: yes, it is not there when I right click on the menu bar03:23
nich0swhat is the best way for me to rename a file with two parts, e.g. (init string)?03:23
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alecw1poningru, I installed the new drivers, restarted, and same problem. ;(03:24
rainmannich0s you write "init string"03:24
porchohi there. I'm having problems while transfering a large file from linux to a samba mount. the file stuck at 2gb. is there a way to overcome the problem?03:24
nickrudNembie563, a sec03:24
nich0srainman: Fair enough, thank you.03:24
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astro76porcho, is the filesystem fat32?03:25
slavikPurpZeY: http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/9494/screenshothn9.png03:25
porchono, it's ntfs03:25
rolfeni'm having trouble playing DVDs on ubuntu...03:25
PurpZeYslavik: Ok, what is the problem?03:25
rainman Hi, I need help plz, last night I installed 7.04 and all went ok except the audio card didn't pick up correctly. Can someone help & tell me how to add it?03:25
bruenig!dvd | rolfen03:25
uboturolfen: For playing DVD, see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html - "libdvdcss2" can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages - Try k9copy (available in !Universe) for backing up DVDs03:25
rolfengive me a message about a missing codec but i have checked the codeds and reinstalled them03:26
rolfenand it still doesnt work... seems to be something else03:26
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bruenigrolfen, libdvdcss2, do you have that installed?03:26
juano__ikonia: false alarm... still having the problem03:26
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rolfenlemme check03:26
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juano__can anyone help me with nvidia drivers ?03:26
Nembie563Nickrud: I tried killall gnome-panel and it didn't produce any results03:27
juano__i downloaded the drivers from repos, but cant load driver nvidia03:27
juano__i can only enter with nv03:27
bruenig!ati | juano__03:27
ubotujuano__: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:27
nickrudNembie563, ok, I just removed menu & menu-xdg, reinstalled menu-xdg (which depends on menu now, and installs it automatically) and did a killall gnome-panel. Got the menu under Applications03:27
juano__tried that03:27
juano__bruenig: already tried03:28
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Ademanjuano__: what error do you get exactly when you use "nvidia" instead of "nv" ?03:28
MnabilNembie563, use top to know the process name and then kill it using kill03:28
juano__Ademan: ill pastebin you my log03:28
Nahioh well easytag will do the job got 60k to edit so bbl thanx PurpZeY and bruenig03:28
juano__darn, i formatted ... hmmm no log, but it sais that it cant load the modules03:28
Ademananyone know if ant-contrib is the ant-optional package?03:28
bruenigNahi, feel free to delve into the features, I find new ones everytime I use it, it is very helpful03:28
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Nahiwell i was going to wait for my other laptop im having the MB change cause it broke and do it there03:29
Nahibut i need to organize them asap so i cant wait for a week03:29
Justi1in terminal, how do I change directory to go up one level?03:29
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astro76Justi1, cd ..03:29
juano__Ademan: ive tried the nvidia-glx-new drivers also and at one point it worked, bu then when i tried rebooting i got the same thing03:29
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Ademanjuano__: "version mismatch" ?03:30
lordsakahi !!03:30
enterneohey, my first time try out at ubuntu :)03:30
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juano__Ademan: at one point it gave me that, but not now03:30
Ademanjuano__: because if that's the error the solution is pretty easy,     /etc/default/linux-restricted-modules-common  has a line DISABLED_MODULES=""    and you either add or remove nv between the quotes03:30
NutubuntuI just looked at top - vmware-vmx is eating up > 50% of my cpu and has been running for hours. I had exited vmware (I thought). Can I kill this process safely?03:30
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juano__Ademan: tried that also03:31
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nickrudenterneo, welcome03:31
enterneohi nick03:31
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rolfenbruenig: uh nu... but that's weird i used to be able to play dvds... anyway i'm installing them now03:31
dissectionMy ethernet failed to connect after I resumed from hibernate. Has that happened to anyone?03:31
bruenigrolfen, you can play unencrypted dvds fine without it so that would account for being able to play some and not others03:32
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PurpZeYdissection: I understand that hibernate can be sort of iffy.03:32
rolfenbruenig: aaaah ok thanks!03:32
dissectionPurpZeY: Didn't have any problems till just this once. Not sure if that was a known issue.03:32
dissection!ophcrack03:32
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ophcrack - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:32
dBgBdWolfl0phtcrack?03:33
Ademanjuano__: hrm, well i'm sorry, that's about all i've got03:33
juano__Ademan: i found out that there is a file missing03:33
juano__Ademan: libwfb.so ?03:33
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PurpZeYdissection: Could just be a one time weird kind of scenario...but like I said, I hear that hibernate is iffy and suspend is a better bet. although personally I don't use either.03:33
poningrualecw1: did it work?03:33
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jedixhey03:33
bruenig!hi | jedix03:33
ubotujedix: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!03:33
pppoe_dudehi jedix03:33
jedixcan someone help me with a text display problem on a hdtv?03:33
dBgBdWolfdoes ubuntu handle lvm on raid during installation?03:34
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jedixdBgBdWolf: no :/03:34
bruenig!raid | dBgBdWolf03:34
ubotudBgBdWolf: Raid and LVM --> very easy guide for alternate CD : http://users.piuha.net/martti/comp/ubuntu/raid.html Tips and tricks for RAID and LVM can be found on https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RaidConfigurationHowto and http://www.tldp.org/HOWTO/LVM-HOWTO03:34
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jedixdBgBdWolf: I went through that about a week ago, neither of those urls will cover install03:34
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porchoastro76: do you know something about the samba problem I'm facing?03:34
perseptguys, i added a swap drive in the livecd, but it doesn't seem to be using it03:34
Ademanjuano__: well that's for fbdev i'm pretty sure, which your system shouldn't be trying to use at all03:34
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juano__Ademan: i see03:35
juano__Ademan: darn this is weird...03:35
jedixso, I have everything working on my tv, only the characters are about the size of a .03:35
Ademanjuano__: http://www.mail-archive.com/ubuntu-bugs@lists.ubuntu.com/msg387948.html   http://www.mail-archive.com/ubuntu-bugs@lists.ubuntu.com/msg387237.html    https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-restricted-modules-2.6.22/+bug/10783103:35
persepti did mkswap and swapon, but it's not using the swap to add extra space to /03:35
astro76porcho, no sorry03:35
dBgBdWolfoh. hrm.03:35
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jedixIt's very very annoying03:35
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Ademanjuano__: hopefully one of those will help, i just sort of googled libwfb and those were the first hits, so i guess it's not terribly uncommon03:35
jedixand it seems I'm talking to myself03:35
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juano__Ademan: LOL i got the X550003:36
juano__Ademan: thats my problem for sure03:36
gumpishYeeaargh! What is required to recieve DCC files in xchat?03:36
brueniggumpish, an internet connection?03:36
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gumpishi think i have that much03:36
TracekillI don't think you do.03:36
brueniggumpish, ok so dcc away03:36
TracekillCheck.03:36
nich0sOk, I am almost done bothering you guys for the night, but I have one more question for you all; How would one go about accessing a Terminal through a router from a public IP?03:37
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bruenig!ssh | nich0s03:37
ubotunich0s: SSH is the Secure SHell protocol. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SSHHowto for usage. Putty is a nice SSH client for Windows; it can be found at http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/03:37
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Tracekillnich0s, you mean like sshing into your home computer?03:37
astro76nich0s, you have to forward port 2203:37
LiveUSBAny good shell scripters in the house, I'm trying to write a script to start VPN access while simultaneously launch TS client. only problem is that both apps want focus to the Shell window. (so I can't start TS client untill the VPN is exited, or vice versa)03:37
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astro76nich0s, and use dyndns if you have a dynamic ip03:38
bruenigLiveUSB, just put & after the first one so that it launches in the background and the script keeps moving03:38
nich0sastro76: dyndns?03:38
rolfennow i'm installing libdvdcss and why on earth is synaptic downloading the flash plugin03:38
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bruenigor put it on both if you want03:38
rolfeni didnt ask for the flash plugin!03:38
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bruenigrolfen, use apt-get, gui help is difficult to give03:38
meshuggah99i've got a question03:39
meshuggah99anyone here gotten limewire to work03:39
weltschmerzmeshuggah99 sure.  easy.03:39
LiveUSBbruenig: awesome thanks..03:39
bruenig!bittorrent | meshuggah9903:39
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about bittorrent - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:39
rolfenbruenig: no proble... i'll just let it install the damn plugin... i think it because i canceled it from a previous installation03:39
rolfenthanks03:39
poningrubruenig: what are you looking for?03:39
poningru!torrent | bruenig03:39
ubotubruenig: Torrent clients: Azureus (Java), BitTornado (Shell with python front-end), KTorrent (KDE/Qt), rTorrent (C++) -  Bittorent FAQ: http://www.bittorrent.com/FAQ.html03:39
meshuggah99i don't know how to search for files on bittorrent03:40
enterneotrying out GNOME Art Manager :-|03:40
phil_piusenet03:40
bruenigmeshuggah99, you go to websites like pirate bay03:40
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astro76nich0s, dyndns.org, it's a free service03:40
rolfenbruenig: i use qBittorrent ,great stuff03:40
meshuggah99i have bittornado03:40
bruenigI use deluge now because I don't need rss but utorrent is still the king03:40
enterneoDeluge !03:40
bruenigutorrent's rss is the greatest03:41
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enterneoutorrent works over on Feisty ?03:41
phil_piutorrent windows only?03:41
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bruenigutorrent through wine03:41
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meshuggah99i'm really new to linux03:41
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jetscreamer!info azureus03:41
ubotuazureus: BitTorrent client. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.5.0.0repack1-0ubuntu1 (feisty), package size 6922 kB, installed size 7780 kB03:41
leperkhanzutorrent is by far the best torrent program.03:41
bruenigoh please don't03:41
enterneoone should prefer apps via wine than apps dedicated to ubuntu ?03:42
leperkhanzeven under wine.03:42
EADGIs there an linux equivalent to Torrent Harvester? Thats the only program I miss from XP (it don't work in Wine)03:42
bruenigazureus is vomit03:42
bruenigenterneo, if it is better, yes03:42
jezuTorrent love.03:42
bruenigEADG, what does torrent harvester do03:42
phil_piazureus is ok if java runtime is configured correctly, otherwise ktorrent is good03:42
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juano__Ademan: ok , so im trying a 91 file update03:42
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leperkhanzyou have to use an older one though, utorrent is evil now.03:42
EADGbruenig: search program03:42
juano__Ademan: lets see what happens there03:42
jezWhat leperkhanz said!03:42
jez:D03:42
leperkhanzi wish there was a 1:1 utorrent that was native in linux.03:42
bruenigazureus is better when jre isn't configured because that way it won't launch03:42
enterneohey! i aint getting good video output at fullscreen @ vlc03:42
bruenigEADG, there are many search engines03:42
dissectionWhat is a good download manager for Ubuntu for resuming HTTP downloads?03:43
bruenigdissection, wget03:43
phil_piyeah little blue froggy pops up & disappears03:43
nich0sastro76: I have forwarded port 22 and assigned my IP to the dyndns service.03:43
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rolfenbruenig: sorry... still not working any other ideas? :)03:43
dissectionbruenig: I mean GUI03:43
slavikany idea how to fix this http://img215.imageshack.us/img215/9494/screenshothn9.png in a theme?03:43
bruenigleperkhanz, utorrent through wine is literally flawless03:44
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John`I have ubuntu feisty and I am trying to play a asx streaming video from a site on firefox 2.0.0.4 and it doesn't seem to work.  is there a way around it?03:44
LordLimecathow do you remove settings from gconf? i apt-get --purged a program, but it still shows up in gconf03:44
leperkhanzwell, it's slow to boot (as it's in wine), and I HAVE had crashes.  But it is pretty damned close to flawless.03:44
bruenig!info mozilla-mplayer | John`03:44
ubotujohn`: mozilla-mplayer: MPlayer-Plugin for Mozilla. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 3.31+main-1ubuntu1 (feisty), package size 477 kB, installed size 1636 kB03:44
chalcedony.03:44
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bruenigleperkhanz, slow to boot? like 2 seconds?03:44
John`bruenig: I have mplayer plugin..03:45
perseptdoes anyone have experience with the LiveCD?03:45
perseptI need to add extra 'memory' to the machine via a usb-drive, while it's running the livecd, my friends hard drive failed and i'm trying to give him a usable computer in the meantime03:45
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leperkhanza native clone WOULD be > wine utorrent.  That's all I'm saying.03:45
leperkhanzmore like 10 seconds. :D03:45
John`bruenig: I have all the codecs required toplay video03:45
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rolfenbruenig: oh wait... it is working with vlc but not with totem... thanks man!03:45
bruenigleperkhanz, you need to get off of that P 103:45
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obf213ok , so i am retarded, but i installed php5, and mysql, and i have no clue where the directory is03:45
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perseptthe machine runs very slow, because of the low memory, can anyone help, it's really important03:45
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Pelopersept,  have you considered running ubuntu off the usb drive instead ?03:46
bruenigpersept, you don't want to install it?03:46
leperkhanzlol amd 64.... brat03:46
perseptbruenig: no, I can't, dead hard drive03:46
ZambeziWhich packages is need for VMWare? I get error when I try to install vmware-player03:46
leperkhanzI did futz my wine somehow though. :P03:46
leperkhanzthis gutsy iso is taking FOREVER.03:46
bruenigleperkhanz, well on my incredibly weak computer, from like 6 years ago, it launches almost immediately, faster than any linux client03:46
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LiveUSBpersept yup what you need to know?03:47
PeloZambezi,  install  vmware-server from the add/remove app in  menu > applications03:47
leperkhanzyeah, I'll give you that.  All the linux torrent programs blow.03:47
phil_pivlc > totem for codecs03:47
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Peloleperkhanz,  utorrent on wine03:47
bruenigphil_pi, vlc just uses mplayer's ffmpeg03:47
Music_Shufflektorrent is good.03:47
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leperkhanzPelo: You missed the 10 previous comments :D03:47
sun_bo03:47
perseptLiveUSB: well I tried adding the usb drive as a swap drive, but I can't really tell if that is doing anything at all, i don't think it's even using it03:47
Peloleperkhanz,  probably, I only came in a minute or so ago03:47
leperkhanzpfft.  Seriously, have you used utorrent?03:47
dissectionI made a mistake while I added something to my menu. How do I remove it? When I go into alacarte, it doesn't show up there although its there in my menu :[03:47
bruenigphil_pi, it has not developed a single codec03:48
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phil_piyeah never got used to the mplayer gui put the codecs are good03:48
LiveUSBpersept: it won't do too much.. how slow of a smachine are we talking here?03:48
Peloleperkhanz,  what that last comment meant for me ?03:48
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leperkhanzdeluge, azureus, transmission, all are very very very poor implementations compared to utorrent.  even under wine on a borked setup.03:48
HeaDSHoT`!info ubotu > HeaDSHoT`03:48
leperkhanzno.03:48
leperkhanz:)03:48
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leperkhanzthat was for ktorrent fan somewhere.03:49
bruenigdeluge is nice, it allows you to block dangerous IPs and utorrent doesn't03:49
bruenigthat is one thing it has on utorrent03:49
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noldoncan someone help me03:49
phil_piktorrent is ok03:49
perseptLiveUSB: the computers is fast enough, but there's only 1gb of ram, and only 120 mb of ram are free, so I want to have it use the flash drive03:49
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ZambeziPelo, Giving it a shot now on my Feistyserver.03:49
phil_pinot fancy03:49
Pelobruenig,  utorrent has ipfilter,  it's just not a rightclick thing ,  to avoid abuse03:49
perseptLiveUSB: will ubuntu fit on a 1gb flash drive?03:49
leperkhanzutorrent isn't fancy either.  That's part of why it rocks.03:49
PeloZambezi,  oops,  didn'T know you were running without gui03:50
bruenigutorrent is only good because of RSS and it being light03:50
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LiveUSBpersept: thats's no where near what I would call "slow" I'm talking about my Celeron 1.3 with 386Mb ram.. you should be fine with 1 GB03:50
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leperkhanzit is also the best designed ergonomic app, of the torrent clients.03:50
Pelobruenig,  and exactly what more do you want / need ?03:50
phil_pifriends use utorrent, i stayed away cuz it's windows only, didn't want to use wine03:50
perseptLiveUSB: will it fit on a flash drive though?03:50
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LiveUSBpersept: I'm only using 2 GB cause Of all the junk i like to carry.03:50
ZambeziPelo, You couldn't. Here is the errormessages: http://www.pastebin.ca/62703503:50
bruenigPelo, I just mean to say, the second deluge gets rss, it jumps over utorrent03:51
rocketsis there a way to get an evince plugin for firefox, like the way adobe reader works on windows03:51
bruenigif I knew python well enough, I would try to create a plugin03:51
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LiveUSBpersept: I'm going to PM you otherwise it's going to get messy in here03:51
bruenigrockets, no03:51
rocketsbruenig, sadface03:51
leperkhanzwine is cool for utorrent, and I like it for truck dismount.  lol03:51
bruenigrockets, opening pdfs in the browser is so jarring03:51
Pelobruenig,   we are of one mind on this,  unless there is a linux version of ut first of course03:51
rocketsbruenig, to each their own03:51
phil_piis deluge > ktorrent ?03:51
rocketsphil_pi, It doesn't have as many features but its a lot prettier.03:52
rocketsphil_pi, so I like it.03:52
obf213does anyone in here use beagle. if yes. does it index your filesystem. because for some reason it doesnt index mine.03:52
phil_piok, might try it03:52
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rocketsobf213, you can control where it indexes. right click the little icon and hit preferences03:52
bruenigrockets, I did it on windows back in the day but am very happy with external now, you might like it, but you can install adobe reader in linux including plugin03:52
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bruenig!info mozilla-acroread03:52
leperkhanzi liked it better than ktorrent, but not anywhere near as much as utorrent.03:52
ubotuPackage mozilla-acroread does not exist in feisty, feisty-seveas03:52
rocketsbruenig, yeah but adobe reader isn't FLOSS so I'm not installing it.03:52
obf213yeah. but filesystem is not a folder rockets03:52
PeloZambezi,  sorry that error msg was a bit over my head,  I can'T help with that03:52
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rocketsobf213, I mean't filesystem. Sorry, old habits die hard03:52
bruenigrockets, so you didn't install flash?03:52
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rocketsbruenig, I did. But thats because there is no viable OSS alternative.03:53
P_Kablewhat file is equivalent to modprobe.conf or modules.conf under ubuntu ?03:53
rocketsbruenig, the OSS flash clone is a joke at the moment03:53
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ZambeziAnyone know which package replaced vmnet in Feisty?03:53
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bruenigP_Kable, there is a modprobe.conf I believe03:53
PeloP_Kable,  should be the same ,  ubuntu is only another linux distro03:53
rocketsBut when gnash stops sucking I'll use it.03:53
phil_pithe worst was flash 9 required for youtube but the linux version was delayed forever03:53
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dissectionWhat can I use for editing my menu?03:54
P_Kablewhere is tghat file then ?03:54
bruenigphil_pi, flash 9 was never required for youtube03:54
GamingXGuys Is there a VLC media player for Ubuntu?03:54
rocketsGamingX, sudo apt-get install vlc03:54
PeloP_Kable,  try with locate03:54
bruenig!info vlc | GamingX03:54
ubotugamingx: vlc: multimedia player and streamer. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.8.6.release-0ubuntu4 (feisty), package size 1131 kB, installed size 3192 kB03:54
phil_pii couldn't get it to play03:54
nich0sOK, I am totally lost on this whole tunneling, ssh/ssl madness and I could really use some help if anyone is available.03:54
bruenigphil_pi, you had the wrong thing installed then, I think you can still work it with flash 703:54
rocketsnich0s, are you trying to forward a port over ssh?03:54
LususX!info mplayer | GamingX03:54
ubotugamingx: mplayer: The Ultimate Movie Player For Linux. In component multiverse, is extra. Version 2:1.0~rc1-0ubuntu9.1 (feisty), package size 3967 kB, installed size 10004 kB03:54
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bruenigmplayer > vlc03:55
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phil_pithat would make sense, no reason to require flash 9 for simple videos but a lot of sites do03:55
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rocketsmplayer is better then vlc but vlc plays more formats03:55
GamingX!info vlc03:55
ubotuvlc: multimedia player and streamer. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.8.6.release-0ubuntu4 (feisty), package size 1131 kB, installed size 3192 kB03:55
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bruenigrockets, vlc does not play more formats, vlc uses the mplayer library for codecs03:55
ZambeziPelo, I think I found the error now.03:55
PeloZambezi,  searching in synaptic for vmnet turns up  hercules and netpipe-pvm03:55
nich0srockets: I have set up a dyndns account that is linked to my ip, I have forwarded port 22 on the router, yet I'm still not able to connect to my term by puclic ip or hostname?03:55
rocketsreally? it always seemed to me like VLC could handle more03:55
bruenigrockets, I built it for zenwalk, the entire thing is built on ffmpeg03:56
bruenigwhich is developed by mplayer03:56
GamingXso where do I get the codecs?03:56
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PeloZambezi,  good for you , glad I couldn'T help03:56
rocketsnich0s, you forwarded the port to the computer you want to ssh to?03:56
astro76nich0s, you're probably not going to be able to do it from there, the router blocks it from going out and back in03:56
rocketsnich0s, are you sure you installed an ssh server03:56
LiveUSBpersept: hope the PM helps you out a bit03:56
phil_piPelo: hercules is great if you want to run a mainframe OS on your PC03:56
GamingX!info mplayer03:56
ubotumplayer: The Ultimate Movie Player For Linux. In component multiverse, is extra. Version 2:1.0~rc1-0ubuntu9.1 (feisty), package size 3967 kB, installed size 10004 kB03:56
rocketsnich0s, also you need to get an external pc to test it03:56
nich0srockets: I am on the ssh server atm03:56
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dissectionI have a problem with alacarte. After I add something to the menu, I cannot remove it. It doesn't get listed in alacarte although its there in the menu. I was told to reboot but even that didn't fix the problem. Is there an alternate app I can use for editing/adding/removing from my menu?03:56
nich0srockets: I'll connect to a wifi point, brb.03:56
PeloGamingX,  with totem  codecs will get installed as needed,  in mplayer and vlc you donT' need them03:56
juano__can someone make a Nvidia geforce x5500 work under ubuntu 7.04 ????03:56
perseptLiveUSB: I didn't get any PM for you03:57
rocketsnich0s, not good enough.03:57
Pelophil_pi,  direct that to Zambezi03:57
rocketsnich0s, from wifi youll only be able to test based on its internal ip. e.g. 192.168.x.x03:57
nich0srockets: Someone elses wifi isn't good enough?03:57
rocketsnich0s, ah , sorry, somebody elses will work fine03:57
ZambeziPelo, Hercules is installed, but I'm installing the other. I tried to start wmnet, but it said I didn't have X so it's probably why it's not started, and that's why VMWare can't load.03:57
GamingXIf I type sudo apt-get install mplayer, will I be able to install mplayer?03:57
HeaDSHoT`k\03:57
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nich0srockets: I went from zero to lost in .2 seconds... :P brb03:57
LiveUSBpersept odd.. I've written .. ohh well in any event .. visit  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LiveUsbPendrivePersistent to see how to boot live.. you should only need 1gb,03:57
PeloZambezi,  sounds like a decent diagnosis03:58
PeloGamingX,  it will install mplayer yes03:58
obf213rockets. i dont understand for example if i search firefox it shows nothing03:58
obf213it says 0 matches although ubuntu comes iwth firefox03:58
LiveUSBI've found it can be a bit tight if you like to install a bunch of apps with only 300MB left on a drive but it's quite manageable..03:58
rocketsobf213, beagle doesn't run programs as far as i know03:58
rocketsobf213, you need deskbar for that03:58
GamingXwhat does it mean "sudo apt-get install mplayer"03:58
rocketsGamingX, type that in a terminal03:58
obf213beagle. there should be a folder called firefox03:58
enterneosudo - supervisor do03:59
obf213it doesn't show me anything from the linux install03:59
ZambeziPelo, I'm going to install X-server now just to play around for awhile and then reinstall again.03:59
rocketsobf213, where is that *directory* located03:59
alecw1How do you edit touchpad preferences in Ubuntu? (I want to edit the sensitivity and speed)03:59
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obf213rockets its the file system03:59
obf213the whole install03:59
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alecw1!touchpad03:59
GamingXI know but I would like to understand what the command means?03:59
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about touchpad - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:59
rocketsobf213, ok, beagle by default doesnt index your whole filesystem03:59
PeloGamingX,    sudo is the command to say you have permission ( ti will ask for your password), apt-get is the application to manage packages,  install is the instructions,  and mplayer is the packages you want03:59
rocketsobf213, that would create too much disk  IO03:59
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obf213ok03:59
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rocketsobf213, you have to set it in the preferences if you want it to index everything. but youre going to regret it03:59
GamingXSo automatically it downloads from the net?03:59
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rocketsGamingX, yes.03:59
rocketsGamingX, for an easier way, see synaptic04:00
obf213rockets ok04:00
PeloGamingX,  yes04:00
rolfendissection: i believe there is a bunch of text files that you can edit to modify your menu... dont know where there are though04:00
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phil_piZambezi: Hercules isn't a replacement for vmnet, it emulates an IBM S360, S390 or zOS environment04:00
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rocketsdissection, you can edit the menu by right clicking on it and clicking edit04:00
alecw1Where can I edit the settings for touchpad sensitivity in ubuntu?04:00
astro76alecw1, install gsynaptic04:00
rocketsphil_pi, hah I'm going to run Slackware S/390 on top of x86 ubuntu, for no reason.04:00
LiveUSBpersept: the speed difference from CD to Flash drive is awesome.. "almost" as fast as an installed system.04:00
astro76alecw1, sorry install gsynaptics04:01
GamingXAmazing what you can do with shell commands, I wouldnt have believed it if I had not seen it....04:01
perseptLiveUSB: ok cool i'm looking at that04:01
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rocketsGamingX, apt-get is pretty old now04:01
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HeaDSHoT`headshot hi04:01
alecw1ok done04:01
dissectionrockets: I tried that too but the a minimized window named "Starting Main Menu" shows up and disappears. I'm not able to use that either. Anything else?04:01
alecw1where can I edit it04:01
Zambeziphil_pi, I tried to install VMWare for a virtualserver installation, but it didn't work. :-/04:01
GamingXbut I am new!!04:01
nich0sls04:01
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rocketsdissection, nah, thats how I always do it. File a bug maybe?04:02
ExiledSoldierWhenever I use grub to try to switch to Windows I get the error 'the selected drive does not exist'  anyone know how to fix this?04:02
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phil_pirockets, mainframe linux is hot.  eliminates huge $$ licensing s/w from ibm04:02
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PeloExiledSoldier, pastebin  /boot/grub/menu.lst04:02
alecw1where is xorg.conf again?04:02
Talcitehey guys, I'm having trouble with setting up my mic, can someone help out?04:02
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dissectionIf I choose "revert" in alacarte, will it be reverted to the original settings as how it was when I first installed ubuntu, or will it only remove the menus I added manually?04:02
rocketsphil_pi, yeah but doesnt not having the Mainframe OS defeat the point of buying a mainframe?04:02
TalciteI've already compiled the ALSA drivers myself, and also performed a fresh kernel install04:02
Peloalecw1,  /etc/X11/xorg.conf04:03
rocketsphil_pi, otherwise couldnt you just cluster a bunch of commodity x86 hardware and run linux on that?04:03
TalciteI'm using an Intel_HDA chipset04:03
Talcitesigmatel 9221 to be exact04:03
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PeloTalcite,   terminal > alsamixer , make sure the mic isn'T muted04:03
Amaranthdissection: only changes you've made in alacarte04:03
phil_pignu/linux os on mainframe hardware still good, used by universities04:03
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nich0srockets: Oook.  I am able to connect, yet I am getting an error stating that access is denied?04:04
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TalcitePelo: it's not04:04
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rocketsnich0s, heh. idk man.04:04
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rocketsnich0s, im in a bit of a haze right now, sorry04:04
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PeloTalcite,  usb mic ?04:04
nich0srockets: No probs. :)04:04
TalcitePelo: I tried that, but it didn't detect it for some reason04:04
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rocketsnich0s, try #openssh04:04
TalcitePelo: any ideas?04:04
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alecw1When I try to run "Gsynaptics, I get this: "GSynaptics couldn't initialize. You have to set "SHMConfig 'true' in xorg.conf." However, I can't find the tag "SHMconfig"04:05
nich0sastro76: Oook.  I am able to connect, yet I am getting an error stating that access is denied?04:05
TalcitePelo: the forums are so useless =/04:05
PeloTalcite,  look up your model in the forum  www.ubuntuforums.org04:05
astro76alecw1, add line: Option"SHMConfig""on"04:05
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PeloTalcite,  it's actualy a great resource, you just need to do a little digging04:05
jacekowskiwhere gnome keep session manager socket?04:05
astro76alecw1, to the touchpad section04:05
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alecw1ok04:05
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TalcitePelo: all the posts are the same solutions 0.o04:05
astro76alecw1, or "true" instead of "on", not sure it matters04:05
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phil_pitweaking synaptics settings in xorg.conf is an adventure04:06
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crysalysneed link for mp3 codecs04:06
astro76alecw1, then need to restart x-server with ctrl+alt+backspace04:06
rocketsphil_pi, dont bother, there are gui tools for it04:06
PeloTalcite, that's the best I can do for you,  try asking again periodicaly ( like every 30 min)04:06
Pelo!mp3 | crysalys04:06
ubotucrysalys: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats04:06
rocketsphil_pi, gsynaptics04:06
TalcitePelo: thanks04:06
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alecw1astro76, ok04:06
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vontuxhello, I am using 7.04 and I can not burn dvd's with any program, and I can't find help on the forums, does anyone else  have my problem?04:06
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Eleafhello, I'm going to try installing drivers from nvidia.com, is there an easy way to uninstall them later?04:07
phil_pistill couldn't disable the tapping using the gui04:07
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DakotaSmithHi, all ... I'm typing this on my new Dell (not preloaded Ubuntu) that I just got working with an ancient -- and GIGANTIC -- VCON monitor.  It's going to be a MythTV box.  :D04:07
alecw1hmm... For some reason, my touchpad is really slow. Is there a way to change this?04:07
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Pelo!synaptic04:08
ubotusynaptic is Ubuntu's Graphical Package Manager. For a good howto see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SynapticHowto04:08
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Pelo!touchpad04:08
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about touchpad - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:08
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vontux!dvd04:08
ubotuFor playing DVD, see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html - "libdvdcss2" can be found at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages - Try k9copy (available in !Universe) for backing up DVDs04:08
TiMiDo!w32codec04:08
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about w32codec - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:08
alecw1How can I change the speed of the touchpad? It's really sloooooowwwww....04:08
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TiMiDo!w32codecs04:08
ubotuSeveas has a popular 3rd party repository for several packages, including the win32 codecs: see http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages - See also !Codecs04:08
GamingX!info terminal04:08
Peloalecw1,  there is a howto somewhere, probabaly in the forum04:08
ubotuPackage terminal does not exist in feisty, feisty-seveas04:08
vontux!dvd burning04:08
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dvd burning - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:08
astro76alecw1, if your hardware supports it you can do two-finger tap for right click and three-finger tap for middle click, I was surprised to find out that worked04:08
DakotaSmithInteresting ... never saw a channel bot set up to do tech support.  Kewlness.  :)04:08
PeloDakotaSmith,  it just has trigger for common answer and links04:09
Pelo!botsnack04:09
ubotuYum! Err, I mean, APT!04:09
alecw1Pelo, I can't seem to find it. :(04:09
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DakotaSmithStill kinda kewl, Pelo.  :)04:09
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obf213does anyone know how i can save a file in my www folder under apache04:09
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obf213it says i dont have the rights to save there04:09
TiMiDoobf213, /var/www04:09
vontuxobf213, try copying it from the command line using sudo04:10
Eleafis it possible to remove the nvidia drivers installed from the .run file at nvidia.com?04:10
Peloalecw1,  do a search for your laptop model , that the best I can suggest, or try playing with the settings in xorg.conf04:10
DakotaSmithNow the real trick is ... will this frelling VCON monitor actually fit in the hole in the wall in my little hole-in-the-wall of a house?04:10
vontuxdoes anyone here know how to solve the dvd burning issue that seems to persist in ubuntu?04:10
Pelolater folks04:10
voxiohello04:10
voxioI'm using ubuntu feisty with an ATI X1600 PRO 512MB.. When i startX i just get a blank screen. The last entry in the Xorg.0.log is (II) fglrx(0): [DRI]  installation complete04:10
ExiledSoldierPelo: like this? http://pastebin.com/d5bbf9fc004:10
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voxioI'm using the 8.39.4 fglrx drivers. Any ideas?04:10
Pelovontux,  what dvd burning issue is this04:10
cafuegoI get the idea fglrx drivers suck.04:10
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astro76alecw1, sorry don't know about that, I didn't need to change mine04:11
obf213TiMiDo04:11
obf213i tried sudo /var/ww04:11
vontuxPelo: I am unable to burn dvd's I get an "improper media type" error from k3b and nautalis04:11
obf213and nothing happened04:11
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alecw1ok, on the hunt again...04:11
vontuxobf213: sudo cp /var/www /whereveryouwantit04:11
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alecw1LOTS of problems with the Dell Latitude D63004:11
Pelovontux, I won't say that is a persisting issue since I have never encountered it ,  are you suere you aer not tring to burn a dvd in a cd burner ?04:11
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DakotaSmithHmf ... this monitor is pure suckage.  No wonder they gave it away at work ... guess in a couple of months I'm going to have to invest in a decent flatscreen.04:12
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vontuxPelo: positive, the burner says "dvd-rw dvd recordable"04:12
PeloDakotaSmith,  you get what you pay for04:12
vladuz976is there a development version of gimp 2.4 available packaged?04:12
Pelovontux,  and what are you putting in it ?04:12
vontuxobf213: did you manage to copy?04:13
HeaDSHoT`vontux can u read dvds with it ?04:13
Pelovladuz976,  try asking in #gimp04:13
vontuxPelo: a 1-16x dvd burner04:13
DakotaSmithPela, no doubt.  But I'm divorced, so I'm broke.  I did, however, have a really good interview today for a Linux sysadmin position.  It'd be a $30K salary jump.  :)04:13
varun0vladuz976: why do you want it packaged? :-)04:13
vladuz976variant, easier04:13
alecw1arg! Does ANYBODY have ANY ideas for changing the touchpad speed... it's soooo sloooow.... and I can't find a HOWTO.04:13
Pelovontux, what does the media you want to burn to say ? what is written on it ?04:13
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vontuxHeaDSHoT: yeah and it recognizes them as dvds until I try to burn them, these same disks burn on windows04:13
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obf213vontux it says missing destination file operand04:14
varun0vladuz976: haha.....fair enough. I'd to a Google search, barring which I think you'll have to choice but to compile04:14
obf213what does that04:14
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vontuxobf213: what does what?04:14
limeetrI have installed the ubuntu-desktop on 7.04 server, how do I start the GUI? thank you04:14
obf213cp: missing destination file operand after `/var/www/timi'04:14
varun0vladuz976: if there are other packages (rpms or something) I think there are conversion scripts?04:14
Music_Shufflelimeetr, startx ?04:14
Peloalecw1,  have you tried in  menu > system > prefs > mouse ?04:14
varun0limeetr: startx04:14
Talcitesigh... I hate how they put that new licensing fee on internet radio04:14
vladuz976variant, i just thought there might be a repo that everyone used and i havent found it yet. i thought i just ask. but i guess from source is the best bet now04:14
vontuxobf213, do you know what "cp" is?04:14
Talcitemy favorite station went off the air04:14
alecw1Pelo, I looked in there, but nothing helped.04:14
vladuz976variant, too much trouble04:14
nich0sDoes anyone feel like assisting me with an openssh problem?04:15
varun0vladuz976: don't know off the top of my head, sorry.04:15
ExiledSoldierPelo: http://pastebin.com/d5bbf9fc004:15
DakotaSmithvontux, first thing I'd look at is the media.  A DVD-RW won't burn DVD+RW, for example.  I almost never use anything but DVD-Rs.04:15
obf213vontux no04:15
varun0vladuz976: it doesn't have to be :-) just might take some time04:15
PeloExiledSoldier,  ok hold on04:15
vladuz976varun0, thanks anyways04:15
vontuxPelo: tdk DVD-R 4.7 GB 1-16x04:15
varun0nich0s: depends on the problem :-)04:15
ExiledSoldierPelo: alright.04:15
vontuxDakotaSmith: the drive and disks are -r04:15
limeetrit says that Startx is currently not installed04:15
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varun0limeetr: lower case s04:15
vladuz976variant, compiling gimp i remember just takes a bit of time, thats why i wanted a package04:15
varun0limeetr: startx04:15
limeetrstartx I menatr04:15
DakotaSmithvontux, what are you using to burn it?04:16
nich0svarun0: I try to log in to the SSH server from outside my network and I get "Access Denied".04:16
limeetrI meant startx04:16
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willzzzi have a programming q04:16
willzzzi'm doing intro to java... the sun-java6-jdk ubuntu pkg04:16
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c_lispjust ask willzzz04:16
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Pelovontux,  fyi ,  4.7 gb dvd don'T actualy contain  4.7 gig of data,  more like 4.404:16
varun0vladuz976: just kick it off before you go to bed04:16
vontuxobf213: if you don't know basic command line commands, I would hold off on doing anything until you learn them to prevent damaging your system, try googling "unix tutorial" that will give you the basic knowledge you need :)04:16
DakotaSmithnich0s, who are you trying to log in as?04:16
willzzzi'm trying to import javax.swing.*04:16
varun0nich0s: you might be able to get port forwarding setup04:16
willzzzthe import with the sun-java6-jdk is not there for javac04:16
vladuz976varun0, yeah well i just got up and went to work04:16
nich0sDakotaSmith: my account04:17
vontuxPelo: well I can't burn any amount of data on them period :(04:17
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c_lispsorry don't know java just c++ c and pascal04:17
varun0vladuz976: haha.....fair enough04:17
DakotaSmithnich0s, it's OUTSIDE your network that has a problem?  Yeah, you need your firewall to forward port 22 to your Linux box.04:17
limeetrif the desktop is already installed and the system claims that "startx" is currently installed, what would be my next step? tahnks04:17
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vladuz976varun0, anyways i'll just let it run in the background04:17
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PeloExiledSoldier, did you add that windows menu entry yourself ?04:17
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nich0sDakotaSmith: I can connect to the box, it refuses to recognize my uname/pw.04:18
ExiledSoldierPelo: yeah.04:18
limeetrI meant the system says that "startx" is not currently installed04:18
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juano__can someone tell me what driver i should install for a geforce x5500 ??? ive tried a few nvidia-glx but no luck04:18
varun0limeetr: do you have X setup?04:18
DakotaSmithnich0s, you're not trying to log in as root?  What happens if you use ssh -vvv username@host?  Usually verbose mode will reveal a lot of detailed info.04:18
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nickrudlimeetr, if you want X, install xserver-xorg04:18
limeetrknow, how do I get it setup?04:19
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varun0juano__: just download the driver install script from the nvidia site, that should take care of it04:19
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PeloExiledSoldier, ok  after line 143  add a line  map (hd0,hd1)   then map (hd1,hd0) , change the root line to root (hd0,0)  and add a line afte make active  savedefault04:19
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limeetrsudo apt-get xserver-xorg04:19
juano__varun0: mm i tried it and my problem is that when i reboot with nvidia instead of nv, xserver just doesnt start04:19
vontuxomg!!! I am such a moron!!! I couldn't see the + well enough on my burner!!! my burner is dvd+r recordable!!! lol04:19
nickrudlimeetr, apt-get install xserver-xorg04:19
nich0sDakotaSmith: I'm trying to get to the box off of a windows laptop using a proggie called Putty, I don't know if it has a verbose mode. I'm not trying to log in as root...04:19
enterneoy is vlc player's fullscreen b8r over vista than ubuntu?04:19
PeloExiledSoldier,  show me the mod before trying04:19
juano__varun0: maybe i am missing something in xorg.conf ?04:20
limeetrI will try that04:20
varun0juano__: what message does it give when you try and start X?04:20
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astro76nich0s, can you ssh in through the local network? that will determine if it's the router or the server04:20
nickrudlimeetr, you'll need a desktop as well, that's only the framework for a graphical system04:20
juano__varun0: it sais mostly that the modules cant load04:20
Peloalecw1,  http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=489166&highlight=touchpad+speed04:20
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vontuxPelo, DakotaSmith, others: thx for the help, but turns out I misread my drive, it is plus r....lol all that headache for nothing, I though all dvd burners in my house were -r...:)04:20
juano__varun0: its a quite generic error04:20
ExiledSoldierPelo: for the root its 1,0 because its a seperate HDD does it matter?04:20
varun0juano__: can you pastebin the error?04:20
nich0sI am ssh'd to the term right now using Irssi to talk to you. :P04:20
Nutubuntuvontux,  at least that resolves the issue :)04:21
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juano__varun0: ok, ill be right back04:21
BeGoodnich0s, configure the router to forward request from the port that the ssh server uses to the server's internal address04:21
varun0juano__: cool04:21
DakotaSmithnich0s, ah yes, PuTTY -- my favorite Windows app.  :)  Not sure how to do verbose mode on that.  It's a pain in the ass, but you might try getting the Cygwin utilities.  They include a port of OpenSSH, which you call from their port of BASH.04:21
vontuxNubuntu: yeah, at least I can read -r though :)04:21
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PeloExiledSoldier,   windows won'T boot from the "second" hdd, so you need to remap it as the first one , hence the two lines,   then  the line to change the location to boot from04:21
juano__varun0: how do i make a startx and log the output to a file ??04:21
PeloExiledSoldier,  I've had this problem in the past04:21
juano__varun0: startx > log.txt04:21
juano__e.g04:21
varun0juano__: hmm...... I think so04:21
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Nutubuntuvontux, yes, in a good light ;P04:21
varun0juano__: I think it also logs to /var/log/Xorg.0.log or something, not sure04:22
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nickrudvarun0, it logs to .xsession-errors04:23
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DakotaSmithnich0s, also, if you get the Cyqwom utilities, your Windows box will love you for the rest of your life.  ;)04:23
varun0nickrud: oh. what does it log to /var/log/Xorg.0.log?04:23
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nickrudvarun0, the X system startup04:23
nich0sDakotaSmith: LOL!04:23
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ExiledSoldierPelo: http://pastebin.com/d7938173a04:23
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varun0nickrud: ahhh........so errors go to .xsession-errors.........gotcha.........thanks!04:23
PeloExiledSoldier,  hold on04:23
nich0sDakotaSmith: I had that on a previous install, I think my fav aspect was the ability to ls from command prompt.04:23
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PeloExiledSoldier,  that should be it, give it a shot04:24
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ExiledSoldierPelo: ok thanks04:24
vontuxobf213: http://mally.stanford.edu/~sr/computing/basic-unix.html04:24
DakotaSmithnich0s, and you can do cute things, like see your Windows registry from a bash shell ... actually see and delete stuff in the IE cache, and run shell scripts against your own and networked computers.  I drop into bash under cygwin for a huge amount of Windows system administration.04:24
ziggyI have a question. How come I cant run teamspeak and my music player at the same time, and hear both? When ever I run more than 1 program that has audio, I can only hear 1. Whats wrong?04:24
obf213vontux thanks04:24
vontuxziggy: would you happen to be named "Kevin Ziggler"?04:25
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ziggyvontux: Nope04:25
DakotaSmithIt's a very weird experience indeed to type 'cd /registry/hklm' and actually see stuff there ... lol04:25
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vontuxziggy: darn, you have the same nick name as a friend in high school :)04:25
ziggyHe use ubuntu as well?04:25
Pelovontux, that's only his stage name04:25
vontuxziggy: no, ubuntu didn't exist yet :)04:26
ziggyOhh04:26
vontuxPelo: ah, of couse, there is no better stage than the internet04:26
ziggySo anyone know about that sound issue above ^^??04:26
DakotaSmithAll the Internet's a stage, and all the people are merely users.  :)04:27
varun0ziggy: what soundcard do you have?04:27
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ziggycaron0; On board04:27
astro76ziggy, the problem is teamspeak does not use alsa, it uses oss which blocks the sound device to anything else04:27
ziggyvarun004:27
varun0ziggy: do you know the chipset?04:27
ziggyyes 1 sec04:27
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vontuxDakotaSmith: too bad Shakespeare didn't live in modern times, I'm sure that is how he would have worded it......04:27
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jshriverhow do you turn off the firewall on Ubuntu?04:27
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Pelojshriver,  it,s not on by default04:28
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chowmeinedjshriver: its off by default04:28
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jshriveris there a way of checking? I think I installed it a long time ago,04:28
jayproim trying to share internet connections with one of my ethernet cards.  i tried to use firestarter, but it doesnt seem to be working.  should the file /etc/firestarter/configuration be writable?04:28
jshriveripfw and some tools but it's been to long ago I forget04:28
jshriverusing 6.1004:28
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DakotaSmithWell, see y'all later.  I was actually just messing with my new used monitor.  Have a good [ day | afternoon | evening | night ]  (depending on where in the world you are).  :)04:28
ziggyIntel Desktop Board DQ965GF04:28
ziggyIts an intel04:28
nich0sDakotaSmith: Ok, cygwin = installed. Ports = forwarded. Next?04:28
ziggyyeah, :D04:28
Pelojshriver,  you can install firestarter as a gui , it might give you some info04:28
NutubuntuBe well, DakotaSmith04:28
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DakotaSmithOh ... sorry, nich0s  ...04:29
juano__varun0: hey04:29
juano__varun0: well this is weird04:29
varun0juano__: welcome back04:29
DakotaSmithnich0s, run 'ssh -vvv user@host, and see if it spits out a useful reason why the connection is refused.04:29
jshriverthanks that was the program :) now my system works lol04:29
tamaleis there a microsoft font package?04:29
juano__varun0: now after i updates the kernel module04:29
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varun0juano__: the errors should also be in ~/.xsession-errors04:29
juano__varun0: it works perfectly04:29
Nutubuntutamale,  mscorefonts I believe04:29
varun0juano__: haha.........awesome!04:29
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juano__varun0: its working now with nvidia04:29
nich0sok THanks!04:29
DakotaSmithAnyway, later!04:30
juano__varun0: yea i even rebooted to make sure, entered fine04:30
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skyfalcon866how can i encrypt or password protect files04:30
TypwnHello everyone04:30
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varun0juano__: that was easy :-)04:30
juano__varun0: hehe cool, seems fine now, ill be in touch anyway just in case lol04:30
juano__varun0: yea! :)04:30
varun0juano__: sure thing, man04:30
Nutubuntuo_0 Pelo    ?04:30
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TypwnHas anyone gotten EQ2 to run on Ubuntu? (Just wondering)04:31
orbisviciscan i add a second mouse & keyboard section to xorg.conf ?04:31
juano__varun0: now i was wondering what the difference is between the legacy drivers and these04:31
Peloskyfalcon866,  technicaly no one but you and root can acess your /home folder ,  but you can always look for encryption in synaptic04:31
orbisvicisfor two users, 1 pc ?04:31
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astro76ziggy, I believe you need to install alsa-oss04:31
varun0juano__: that's a good question. I think it's just the range of cards they support, not sure04:31
ziggyAstro04:31
juano__varun0: ah ok04:31
ziggyHow do I do that?04:31
astro76ziggy, sudo apt-get install alsa-oss04:31
juano__varun0: well im going for beryl now lol04:31
juano__finally04:31
Typwnlol04:31
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TypwnBeryl is interesting04:32
mneptokBeryl is dead.04:32
varun0juano__: beryl is great. love the effects :-)04:32
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TypwnBut too much and is completely useless04:32
Nutubuntutamale,  msttcorefonts actually04:32
Mnabilmneptok, how dead ?04:32
varun0Typwn: useless and awesome! :-D04:32
juano__varun0: yea , i was trying it on fedora 7 , works awesome04:32
Pelocandy is bad for your teeth04:32
varun0Mnabil: merged with compiz04:32
NutubuntuPelo, looks like your basic policy was sound :)04:32
ziggyAstro76: It sais coouldent find pachage04:32
mneptokMnabil: as in "aint coming back"04:32
ziggypachadge04:32
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orbisvicisalso, is there a command-line music player ?04:32
ziggyPackadge*04:32
sebaztianAlguien que hable espaol??04:32
Mnabillol04:32
Typwnvarun0 LMAO Yeah but I dunno the window effects kinda make my head hurt04:32
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skyfalcon866pelo would if they stole my harddrive and put it in a windowz computer04:32
Pelo!es | sebaztian04:32
ubotusebaztian: Si busca ayuda en Espaol por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, all obtendr mas ayuda.04:32
Bleedif beryl is a waste of resources, get a computer with resources to waste :p04:32
astro76!info alsa-oss | ziggy04:33
ubotuziggy: alsa-oss: ALSA wrapper for OSS applications. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.0.12-1 (feisty), package size 50 kB, installed size 216 kB (Only available for i386 ia64 alpha amd64 arm armeb hppa m32r m68k mips mipsel powerpc ppc64 s390 s390x sh3 sh3eb sh4 sh4eb sparc)04:33
varun0Typwn: so does alcohol. doesn't stop me from drinking :-D04:33
ExiledSoldierPelo: now I get the error 'unrecognized device string'04:33
obf213what directory are applications kept in04:33
astro76ziggy, not sure if it requires any configuration, if you search for "teamspeak linux alsa" you'll probably find some info04:33
Typwnvarun0: Ah, I don't drink lol04:33
PeloExiledSoldier, ok , any error number ?04:33
varun0juano__: http://www.nvidia.com/object/IO_32667.html04:33
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ExiledSoldierPelo: not that I remember :\04:33
varun0Typwn: you're missing out :-P04:33
juano__varun0: lol long live beer04:33
ziggyWhere do i download it?04:33
PeloExiledSoldier,  give me a minute to look it up04:33
juano__varun0: and scotch04:33
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mneptokobf213: many04:33
varun0juano__: and vodka.04:34
astro76ziggy, sudo apt-get install alsa-oss04:34
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juano__varun0: true04:34
juano__lol04:34
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Typwnvarun0: I'v put up with my alchoholic of a mother, her binge drinking total wastedness. No thanks.04:34
juano__one big beryl cube coming right up!04:34
ziggyAstro76: Reading package lists... Done04:34
ziggyBuilding dependency tree04:34
ziggyReading state information... Done04:34
ziggyalsa-oss is already the newest version.04:34
ziggyThe following packages were automatically installed and are no longer required:04:34
ziggy  libartsc004:34
ziggyUse 'apt-get autoremove' to remove them.04:34
ziggy0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 4 not upgraded.04:34
astro76!paste | ziggy04:34
ubotuziggy: 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)04:34
varun0Typwn: my bad. I can understand. I lived with an alcoholic uncle for a summer and it was scary04:34
Nutubuntuziggy please use pastebin04:34
tamalecan someone please help me find a good font for firefox?  absolutely everything is way too blurry :(04:34
skyfalcon866could people view my files on a windows computer or a diffrent one04:34
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ziggyok sorry04:35
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astro76ziggy, so I guess you had it installed04:35
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juano__varun0: so, what you recomend me on ubuntu feisty, full gxine, or mplayer ???04:35
Typwnvarun0: Try 18 years lol but yeah it's cool. I don't mind people that drink I just don't.04:35
mrfeetio is there a way to make pidgin start a second row rather then scroll(when you have multiable conversations)?04:35
nickrudobf213, applications aren't kept in a single directory like windows; in general the executables are in /bin, the configurations are in /etc, libraries are in /usr/lib, volatile stuff is in /var and support/data files in /usr/share. For a particular app, dpkg -L <package> will show you where04:35
SpeakerManiaIn what format should I download fonts in? TTF?04:35
varun0skyfalcon866: you can use samba to share your folders04:35
obf213ah ok04:35
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skyfalcon866no04:35
varun0juano__: I think it's a personal preference. I've had better luck with mplayer04:35
Nutubuntuskyfalcon866,  if you're worried enough to want encryption, you could look at encfs, gpg ... google "encryption linux" ought to get you there04:35
varun0juano__: I think it has better file support04:35
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juano__varun0: i see, i think im going for mplayer again, yep, seems pretty open04:36
varun0Typwn: moderation is key04:36
SpeakerMania!gpg04:36
ubotugpg is the GNU Privacy Guard.  See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GnuPrivacyGuardHowto and class #8 on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ClassroomTranscripts04:36
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carter_juano_ I prefer mplayer04:36
skyfalcon866i dont want to encrypt all i want to know is can people see my files from windows04:36
varun0juano__: vlc is pretty good, too04:36
ExiledSoldierPelo: if it helps, I have two seperate HDD's the Windows one is set to slave and the Ubuntu one is set to master.04:36
varun0skyfalcon866: not unless you have them shared via samba04:36
SpeakerMania!gpg | juano__04:36
ziggyBut its any two programs04:36
ubotujuano__: please see above04:36
carter_skyfalcon866, not without a lot of work04:36
carter_:-)04:36
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ziggyI cant run counterstrike source and my music player at the same time04:36
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juano__!gpg04:37
ziggyOr something like that, any two combinations that play audio, I cant hear both04:37
ubotugpg is the GNU Privacy Guard.  See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GnuPrivacyGuardHowto and class #8 on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ClassroomTranscripts04:37
Nutubuntuskyfalcon866,  sorry, misunderstood.04:37
carter_have you made any modifications to your sound driver ziggy04:37
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skyfalcon866alright04:37
dissection:(04:37
SpeakerManiaWhen downloading fonts, should I download in TTF format?04:37
PeloExiledSoldier, don'T know if that matters but windows may indeed have an issue with being booted from a slive,    meet me in #grub it's a better place then here04:37
ziggyCarter_ no04:37
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nickrudSpeakerMania, yes04:37
ExiledSoldierPelo: ok04:37
nickrudSpeakerMania, and put them in ~/.fonts04:37
mneptokziggy: that's normal04:37
fistfullofrosesyou should really only download open fonts, but hey...04:38
SpeakerManianickrud, where should I put the fonts after downloading? In what directory?04:38
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juano__what the gpg ?04:38
SpeakerManianickrud, nevermind. Thanks!04:38
mneptokziggy: ESD and OSS lock the sounh system to one source04:38
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nich0sDoes anyone know why I would be able to connect to an openssh server from inside my network and be able to connect to the server, but am getting a message about access denied from outside.04:38
carter_mneptok, I can run multiple sounds at once out of the box04:38
nickrudfistfullofroses, got a good link for some good ones?04:38
ziggymneptok: So.. Thats the way it was designed? Is there a way to modify it?04:38
mneptokcarter_: with apps that use the ESD or OSS audio subsystem? or only ALSA apps?04:38
carter_do you have a router nich0s?04:38
varun0nich0s: I'd check your .ssh file, and make sure your port forwarding to your ssh server04:38
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carter_mneptok, I don't pay much attention to sound04:39
mneptokcarter_: then there it is :)04:39
nich0scarter_: I have port 22 forwarded.04:39
Stormx2mneptok: 99% of apps have alsa (and therefore dmix) support nowadays.04:39
fistfullofrosesnickrud http://www.bitstream.com/font_rendering/products/dev_fonts/vera.html04:39
nickrudfistfullofroses, got that one :)04:39
mneptokStormx2: in CS2 one of them?04:39
juano__SpeakerMania: whats gpg ?04:39
carter_nich0s, what is between you and the outsdie network?04:39
SpeakerMania!gpg | juano__04:39
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nich0svarun0: What would I be looking for in the .ssh file and where would I be able to find the .ssh file.04:39
ubotujuano__: gpg is the GNU Privacy Guard.  See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GnuPrivacyGuardHowto and class #8 on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ClassroomTranscripts04:39
juano__SpeakerMania: sorry for my laziness..04:40
juano__lol04:40
Stormx2mneptok: Counter Strike? Creative Studio?04:40
nich0scarter_: router with forwarded ports.04:40
varun0nich0s: /etc/sshd/.ssh I think.....04:40
SpeakerManiajuano__, don't worry about it.04:40
fistfullofrosesor you can go http://www.graphicpush.com/index.php?id=2104:40
nerdboy1024anyone feel like helping me troubleshoot my monitor size04:40
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SpeakerManianickrud, I can't find that directory...04:40
mneptokStormx2: 22:36 < ziggy> I cant run counterstrike source and my music player at the same time   <--- what sound architecture do those apps use?04:40
varun0nich0s: /etc/ssh/.ssh_config04:40
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nickrudSpeakerMania, yeah, you have to create it04:40
Nutubuntunerdboy1024,  I had about 25 emails something like that this morning ;P04:40
TypwnYou know it's sad when AOL has the best Virus Scanner /sigh04:40
mneptokvarun0: sshd_config is the daemon config04:40
ziggymneptok: I run it via cedega04:40
Stormx2mneptok: WINE uses alsa by default for sound04:41
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Stormx2mneptok: Your media player, well, check the preferences.04:41
SpeakerManianickrud, where do I create it? In my user folder?04:41
varun0mneptok:  /etc/ssh/ssh_config? no?04:41
ziggymneptok: so what ever it emulates i am not sure04:41
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mneptokziggy: can you hear Rhythmbox and Totem at the same time?04:41
SpeakerMania/home/steven/.fonts? - nickrud04:41
juano__SpeakerMania: seems interesting... still dont know what its about04:41
phil_piAOL virus scanner is a licensed version of Kaspersky -- the best04:41
juano__SpeakerMania: i mean the use04:41
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mneptokvarun0: /etc/ssh/ssh_config is the client config. sshd_config is the server04:41
nickrudSpeakerMania, yes. When you see ~ <-- that's shorthand for your home directory. You can use it in any command line04:42
SpeakerManiaSoemone replied about it. for you and your encryption question. I have no idea, I just thought the bot could help.04:42
ziggymneptok: I dont know04:42
ziggymneptok: 1 sec04:42
SpeakerManianickrud, Thanks. And the fonts should show up in GIMP?04:42
nickrudSpeakerMania, like mkdir ~/.fonts04:42
nickrudSpeakerMania, yes04:42
nerdboy1024i dunno how to change it from 800x400 to something normal like 1024x76804:42
rustalotI'm looking for the linux equivalent of MS Paint.04:42
SpeakerManianickrud, Thanks for your help and time.04:42
alex1234KPaint04:42
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nich0svarun0: What am I going to be looking for in the config file?04:43
Nutubuntunerdboy1024,  you'll want to first back up and then edit a file called /etc/X11/xorg.conf04:43
nickrudSpeakerMania, yw04:43
phil_pinerdboy:  are you able to get x to start?04:43
alex1234i think there's a KPaint04:43
ziggymneptok: Yes I can, I can04:43
varun0nich0s: are you sure you have your port forwarded correctly? gimme a sec to look at my config file04:43
mneptokSpeakerMania: run "fc-cache" after you install the fonts04:43
mneptokziggy: the problem is with Cedega, then. comtact them.04:43
ziggymneptok: I can hear two movie players04:43
SpeakerManiaOkay, thanks wneptok04:43
mneptok*contact04:43
nerdboy1024yes04:44
ziggymneptok: No its not, because I cant run teamspeak and my music player at the same time04:44
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BlueKnightanyone good with wireless cards and drivers on here :)04:44
nerdboy1024gnome starts04:44
ziggymneptok: Teamspeak is linux native04:44
nerdboy1024what do i edit in04:44
nerdboy1024/etc/X11/xorg.conf04:44
phil_pinerdboy: System, Preferences, Screen Resolution04:44
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varun0nich0s: hm i'm not sure man. AFAIK, it shouldn't make a difference to the server where the connection is coming from, as long as it's coming to the right port04:44
mneptokziggy: then the problem is with Teamspeak using an antiquated audio subsystem04:44
MnabilBlueKnight, shoot04:44
varun0nich0s: is that all it says? "access denied"?04:44
BlueKnightmnabil mind going to pm?04:44
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MnabilBlueKnight, :) you are welcome04:44
juano__varun0: ok cool , i got beryl except when i load it all windows dont have title bars04:44
nerdboy1024does not have the option other than 650x48004:45
nich0svarun0: Yeah.04:45
varun0nich0s: I don't know if you already answered this, but are you trying to login as root?04:45
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phil_piif the GUI tool doesn't list your preferred resolution, you might need to dig into xorg.conf04:45
ziggymneptok: Hmm ok04:45
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nickrudziggy, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/TeamSpeak has a recommended fix for sound04:45
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CWO4Mannnice to have connectivity back.  i heard there was a major fiber break someplace around tucson today04:45
mneptokziggy: it's pretty clear it's not an Ubuntu problem ;)04:45
nich0svarun0: I'm not, just my personal account.04:45
nerdboy1024what am i changing in /etc/X11/xorg.conf04:45
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ziggymneptok: Thanks dude, I guess I will have to look more into it, because Icant run my music player and counterstrike at the same time.04:45
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CWO4Mannhey ziggy04:45
sun_can anybody help me?04:45
ziggymneptok; Its almost any two combo;s04:46
CWO4Mannthere is a conflict between the two sound platforms04:46
MnabilBlueKnight, !04:46
CWO4Manni had the same problem04:46
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ziggyHey04:46
varun0juano__: run beryl-manager........see if that fixes it, if not let me know04:46
varun0nich0s: hm04:46
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mneptokziggy: you could always not play games and instead educate yourself about stuff. that is, if you don't like saynig, "would you like fries with that?"  >;)04:46
phil_pisun_: somebody can help04:46
sun_who know laszlo?04:46
CWO4Manni am not sure HOW i fixed it, but i tinkered around with the audio settings for like an hour04:46
rjonesxhow do i switch between metacity and beryl? i remember there being a preferences menu somewhere.....04:46
carter_mneptok, that was harsh :-)04:46
CWO4Mannnow i have my headset and mike and can listen to www.radioparadise.com all at the same time I play games04:47
mneptokcarter_: hence the evil winky04:47
BlueKnightMnabil - you getting the pms?04:47
nerdboy1024what am i looking for in /etc/X11/xorg.conf04:47
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carter_it's cool mneptok, I say "would you like these photos in one-hour?04:47
MnabilBlueKnight, no , you should be registed on the server ( free node ) to pm :)04:47
skyfalcon866how can i password protect a zip arcieve04:47
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BlueKnightwiz o, bleh my bad... one sec mnabil04:47
carter_zip passwords such skyfalcon86604:48
varun0juano__: hm. or wait..........trying adding Option         "AddARGBGLXVisuals" "True" in the Devices section in your xorg.conf. I think that's what I had to do04:48
CWO4Mannzip archive when you begin to make it you designate that it is password protected04:48
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carter_you can break them easily04:48
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ethanhey.04:48
varun0juano__:  Option         "AddARGBGLXVisuals" "True"04:48
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CWO4Mannbut it is not secure at all04:48
obf213my application tool bar messed up what is the commmand to fix that "kicker" or is that just kde04:48
skyfalcon866?04:48
varun0juano__: (for clarity's sake)04:48
mneptokcarter_: YES! i would!04:48
carter_skyfalcon866 do not depend on zip passwords for protection04:48
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MnabilBlueKnight, sorry, but now i gonna go to sleep04:48
CWO4Mannbetter to just encrypt using gpng04:48
skyfalcon866why04:48
varun0juano__: that will fix it04:48
carter_skyfalcon866, a cracking program can brute force them in about 30 minutes tops04:48
carter_I've never spent even an hour breaking one04:48
skyfalcon866even if i use random letters04:48
mneptokskyfalcon866: if you want a secure archive, GPG it.04:49
carter_I mean, not that I break passwords04:49
CWO4Mannwhy? well, if it is a file which is in need of04:49
carter_ummm, but still04:49
MnabilBlueKnight, can you ask other one, or google it, or if it's not urgent leave me the msg and i'll try to solve it tom04:49
BlueKnightmnabil ok, cya04:49
CWO4Mannprotection, then the password will not give it protection.04:49
Nutubuntunerdboy1024, best would be to first back up xorg.conf and then to look up the specs for your monitor - vertical refresh rate and horizontal sync rate04:49
BlueKnightk mnabil :)04:49
CWO4Mannprotection against someone who really wants to crack the pass word.  there are password crackers for zip everyplace04:49
ethanI'm having trouble getting the downloaded nvidia driver (from nvidia.org) working.  I keep getting an API missmatch error when starting X (nvidia driver version doesn't match Xorg kernel version).  I've tried the 100.14 drivers and the 9639 drivers, I get the api missmatch error with each.  (The xorg kernel module compiles fine!)  What do you think ;] ?04:49
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skyfalcon866is gpg done from terminal04:49
carter_skyfalcon866, start reading about pgp04:50
varun0ethan: can you pastebin the exact error?04:50
nickrudcarter_, it's amazing what a little time teaches ;)04:50
mneptokethan: don't download binary drivers, install them from the repos.04:50
Flannelskyfalcon866: it can be.  There are GUI frontends for it too04:50
CWO4Mannwell gpg can be done from terminal04:50
CWO4Mannbut there is also a gui04:50
ethanthe nvidia kernel module compiles fine rather04:50
skyfalcon866ok04:50
carter_nickrud, I know04:50
ethanmneptok: those aren't working.04:50
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alexis600doesnt it take awfully long to bruteforce a 10 char passord with mixed letters and numbers?04:50
carter_alexis600, not on a good computer04:50
ethanmneptok: they are but I'm getting hard lockups every 20 seconds or so with nvidia-glx-new at least, and nvida-glx gives the api missmatch error as well.04:50
CWO4Manneither way, setting up gpgp is gooing totake a few minutes since you have to generate your passphrase and so forth04:50
EADG alexis600 Rainbow tables :)04:50
CWO4Mannbut once that is done you can encryupt and decrypt in seconds04:50
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ethanmneptok: the repo drivers normally work, but after they added nvidia-glx-new, it doesn't work well.04:50
Marfiethan, did you enable restricted drivers?04:50
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ethanMarfi: ?04:51
mneptokethan: what release of Ubuntu?04:51
juano__there we go! beryl workin fine now04:51
ethanmneptok: feisty.04:51
Marfiethan, which version of ubuntu?04:51
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Marfikk04:51
Nutubuntunerdboy1024,  when you've done that, you can edit xorg.conf and insert the proper horizsync and vertrefresh04:51
varun0juano__: how did  you fix it?04:51
skyfalcon866i tryed truecrpyt but i couldnt get it to work04:51
mneptokethan: nVidia grfx chipset/card?04:51
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ethanmneptok: nvidia 6200 agp04:51
Marfiethan, go to system > admin > restricted drivers, and you can enable nvidia drivers there. =)04:51
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ethanMarfi: I don't have X...04:51
CWO4Manntruecrypt?  well, the simplest thing is to set it up to just do bulk files encryption04:51
mneptokethan: that's Brand F-ing New(tm), yes?04:51
carter_ethan, why no X?04:51
ethanMarfi: I've been using nvidia glx drivers for new.04:51
bayu_krhelp me,  when i'm compile it's always error... i already install build-essential,  what should i install more so i can compile04:52
ethanmneptok: about 3-4 years old?04:52
CWO4Mannyou can also use the clipboard feature but i don't use that04:52
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alexis600hmm.. i want to test this. anyone know of a good bruteforce prog?04:52
mneptokethan: huh. thought the 6200 series was this year.04:52
varun0bayu_kr: what's the error?04:52
ethancarter_: because the glx drivers from nvidia.com give an api missmatch error.04:52
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ethanmneptok: no way.04:52
nerdboy1024what do i change in xorg.conf to get 1024x76804:52
BlueKnightany other wireless wizes on here?04:52
carter_ah okay ethan04:52
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stuart_u04:52
ethanmneptok: maybe the 8*** series.04:52
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bayu_krmake: *** [s-modes-h]  Error 12704:52
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skyfalcon866is seahorse a good program04:52
Marfinerdboy1024, modes toward the bottom of the file04:52
ethanhmm...04:53
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CWO4Mannskyfalcon, if you set up your gpng from the desktop gui you will find the instructions very easy to follow (sorry, not to sound like i am talking down, i apologize)04:53
ethanI don't understand why I would get an api missmatch error, is there an xorg module I have to compile as well?04:53
bayu_kri can't compile gcc too04:53
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ethanBecause it's acting like xorg and nvidia have different versions that won't work together.04:53
varun0bayu_kr: is that after a ./configure? or make? or just gcc blah.c ?04:53
rjonesxI think i switched off Beryl somehow and went back to the default window manager - how do I get it back?04:53
stuart_eh04:53
BlueKnightlol, while were on video cards, anyone wana help setup a 3dfx voodoo3? :D04:53
stuart_how'd i see the userlist in xchat04:53
stuart_as in the people in this channel04:53
Marfiethan, its usually bad practice to compile drivers when working with ubuntu, especially when a new kernel comes out. =)04:53
ethanI get the api missmatch error with nvidia.com drivers and nvidia-glx, not nvidia-glx-new (but that is buggy).04:53
bayu_krafter make04:54
winndixiestuart_: move the grip bar on the right04:54
ethanMarfi: that doesn't make much sense.04:54
ethanwhat new kernel?04:54
HeaDSHoT`rjonesx, the lil red diamond go to select window manager and choose beryl04:54
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varun0bayu_kr: can you pastebin the whole output04:54
stuart_oh silly me04:54
BarlowBradHi everyone, I found the list of supported wireless cards on the Ubuntu Wiki, but I was wondering if anyone could recommend a really good USB, Wireless G card that works out of the box with Fiesty?04:54
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bryantcaleyhi there guys n gals04:54
CWO4MannHi Barlow .. I have had great luck with two04:54
stuart_and what's the package name for nvidia again04:54
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stuart_nvidia-glx ?04:55
Marfiethan, when working with gentoo, i had the same problem with the mismatch error. i had to backgrade my kernel, then recompile the drivers for it. with ubuntu, you can just enable the restricted driver modules, which work with the kernel very nicely04:55
nerdboy1024whitch one is active04:55
CWO4Mannthe Linksys and the Hawking04:55
danandtinyhello everyone, ubuntu newbie here04:55
nerdboy1024and how do i select one04:55
nalioth71-214-223-22.desm.qwest.net04:55
varun0BarlowBrad: your best bet is to google for that.04:55
bryantcaleyhow can I right click in gnome, and "open window in terminal"  without it permission denying me ?04:55
bayu_krTARGET_CPU_DEFAULT="" \04:55
bayu_kr        HEADERS="auto-host.h ansidecl.h" DEFINES="" \04:55
bayu_kr        /bin/bash ./mkconfig.sh config.h04:55
bayu_krTARGET_CPU_DEFAULT="" \04:55
bayu_kr        HEADERS="options.h config/i386/i386.h config/i386/unix.h config/i386/att.h config/dbxelf.h config/elfos.h config/svr4.h config/linux.h config/i386/linux.h defaults.h" DEFINES="UCLIBC_DEFAULT=0" \04:55
bayu_kr        /bin/bash ./mkconfig.sh tm.h04:55
BlueKnightlots of ubuntu n00bs here :)04:55
bayu_krmawk -f ./opt-gather.awk ./ada/lang.opt ./fortran/lang.opt ./java/lang.opt ./treelang/lang.opt ./c.opt ./common.opt ./config/i386/i386.opt ./config/linux.opt > tmp-optionlist04:55
bayu_kr/bin/bash ./../move-if-change tmp-optionlist optionlist04:55
ari_stressubuntu ROCKS! :D04:55
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winndixiethanks buddy04:55
bayu_krecho timestamp > s-options04:55
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CWO4MannI got both from egg.com for pretty cheap.04:55
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varun0bayu_kr: nononono...........go to pastebin.com04:55
BarlowBradThanks cwo4mann :)04:55
CWO4Mannthe linksys seems more sensitive right on the cusp of distant signals04:55
damo22whats the command for screenshot capture in xfce?04:55
BarlowBradsensitive... in a bad way?04:56
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CWO4Mannone trick, Barlow, is to use all of the various wireless helper applications04:56
Pelodamo22,  shift+prnscr like everywhere else04:56
CWO4Mannthat we have with ubuntu04:56
damo22cool thx04:56
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CWO4Mannand then decide which one you like best04:56
ethanMarfi: I have restricted modules enabled...04:56
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Pelo!enter | CWO4Mann04:56
ubotuCWO4Mann: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!04:56
ethanMarfi: I have the linux-restricted-modules package installed, X has always worked fine04:56
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johny5I want to setup a home server.  Should I download the actual Ubuntu Server edition or just stick with the Desktop edition?04:56
BarlowBradI assume that will make more sense when I try it myself?04:56
CWO4Manni use "wireless assistant"04:57
Marfiethan, what does your xorg.conf look like?04:57
varun0johny5: what exactly to you want to do?04:57
nerdboy1024how do i move the start menu04:57
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nerdboy1024applications menu bar04:57
ethanMarfi: I kept my computer off for a week, but when I booted, nvidia-glx didn't work (missmatch error).  It turns out the packagers messed with stuff, and you need to install nvidia-glx-new to get Xorg working, but now I'm getting X freezes, (every 5 seconds with compiz).04:57
nerdboy1024it is stuck on the right of the page04:57
bayui can't compile.. help me04:57
ethanMarfi: I've tried the default xorg.conf, and my xorg.conf, and nvidia-settigns xorg.conf.  it's not xorg.conf.04:57
CWO4Mannhey ubutu bot ... i was typing on-line responses when we had to use a teletype machine and hit "carriage return" and then "line feed" so give me some slack, there mister bot04:58
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Pelonerdboy1024, right click , unlock , righr click move04:58
stuart_how'd i get sound to run on xubuntu again04:58
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rjonesxYAY: Wobbly Windows are Back!04:58
johny5varun0: I just want to setup an FTP and play around with IMAP on my home network.04:58
Marfiethan, did you run an update before starthing compiz?04:58
rjonesxi am such a child04:58
BarlowBradokay, I got it... thanks a lot cwo4mann :)04:58
dissection:}04:58
rjonesxthank you :)04:58
varun0bayu: go to pastebin.com, paste the output of the make command, and paste the link on the channel04:58
mneptokethan: sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade && sudo apt-get install nvidia-glx04:58
CWO4Mannwobby windows makes me seasick but its a cool effect04:58
mneptok(sorry, got a phone call)04:58
skyfalcon866who created ubuntu04:58
varun0johny5: I'd say (and this is IMHO) go with desktop version04:58
rjonesxI am living proof that Ubuntu can make it on a destkop04:58
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varun0skyfalcon866: everyone :-)04:58
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mneptokskyfalcon866: humanity04:59
skyfalcon866=)04:59
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Peloskyfalcon866, a company called canonical run by a man called  mark shuttleworth04:59
ethanMarfi: of course04:59
rjonesxskyfalcoln866: LOLcats04:59
ethanmneptok: yes... done that.04:59
johny5varun0: Than you very much.04:59
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bayuok04:59
mneptokethan: including the dist-upgrade?04:59
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ethanmneptok: everything is up to date, nvidia-glx does _NOT_ work.04:59
ethanmneptok: I do dist-upgrade daily04:59
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obf213ok how do i get the default application toolbar back04:59
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obf213it disseapeard04:59
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ethanmneptok: only nvidia-glx-new works.04:59
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varun0johny5: the reason I say that is (a) you're purpose doesn't seem to intensive (b) you'll have a nice GUI up and running :-)04:59
CWO4Mannso, is everyone happy tonight (carriage return)+(linefeed) ??04:59
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ethanmneptok: nvidia-glx normally works fine, but after I let my computer be off for a week, it stopped working.05:00
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johny5varun0: That's what I figured.  Plus I'm at least familiar with the Desktop Edition.05:00
CWO4Mannout of all the linux versions i've used over the years, ubuntu is positively the most effective05:00
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Marfiethan, when first setting compiz for the card, did you add any lines to the xorg.conf file?05:00
varun0johny5: it's a good place to start. if you decide to go crazy, you can always install the server edition05:00
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mneptokCWO4Mann: we use LF around here, Windows-boy.  ;)05:00
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johny5varun0: is the only difference the lack of a X?05:01
varun0johny5: I don't know. Google should be able to help you out. :-)05:01
CWO4Mannhah .. good one .. no, the CR+LF dates way before windoze.  back to the days of the mainframe when we had a teletype machine modified to do batch entry rather than punch cards05:01
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johny5varun0: Ah, research...I remember what that is.05:02
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ethanMarfi: of course.05:02
ethanMarfi: I know my way around xorg.conf, that's not the problem here.05:02
BlueKnightanyone know where "rtmp_info.c" is?05:02
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varun0johny5: lol.......sorry I don't mean to be a dick. But to answer it, I'd have to google it and then tell you :-)05:02
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ethanMarfi: the nvidia drivers and xorg have gotten out of sync, and I don't know what to do .05:02
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cparkerHow do I get Ubuntu to recognize special character combinations? I'm used to being able to type Alt+235 for lower-case e with accent grave, for example.05:03
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obf213how do i add the tray and all that stuff to a toolbar i dont c the option for that05:03
iwantxubuntuhello. help.  i have an older laptop that i want to try to get xubuntu onto, but the bios will not let me assign a drive (it's sposed to, but is frozen fro some reason)... anyways, my question is: can i boot the windows 98 that is running on it, then save xubuntu from the xubuntu disk my friend burned for me, and then extract the file, install it from the harddrive?  does this question make sense??? :)05:03
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johny5varun0: I didn't that you had.  I was merely remarking at my laziness.05:03
johny5think...05:03
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bayui have paste in pastebin.com05:03
dormedasim here :D05:03
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varun0bayu: what is the link?05:04
varun0iwantxubuntu: so you want to install ubuntu from windows?05:04
CWO4Manni've used wondows since the first version came out.  the military has always wanted to be "cutting edge" in the communications business.  but we are gradually comeing around to Linux for critical applications05:04
CWO4Mannboym that frigging cox cable is up and down every ten minutes here at the Fort.  I am about to get out one of the troposcatter systems and log in fro, say, Panama05:04
CWO4Mannne1 else experiencing cox cable intermittants05:04
bayuhttp://pastebin.com/f404382d205:04
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Materialscould anyone tell me what package i need to use opengl and include and linking directories i need to use with g++?05:04
iwantxubuntuvarun0:  ya, i guess, if it's possible...05:04
stuart_what package do i need to configure sound in xubuntu?05:04
victory747/msgchanservlist*ubuntu*05:05
oldude67hey wheres a good place to download pidgin from05:05
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bruenigoldude67, pidgin.im?05:05
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iwantxubuntuvarunO: i cant get the bios to let me boot from the cdrom05:06
CWO4Mannlots of timeouts05:06
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bruenigstuart_, if you have xubuntu installed,  you have that package installed05:06
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victory747hi, I have a question about the apt-repositories.  Is it safe to say that after feisty release that none of the repositories will change except for updates and backports?05:06
CWO4Mannyes victory ... that's a safe bet05:07
johny5varun0: Thanks again.05:07
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bruenigvictory747, and security05:07
willis_at least thats how its supposed to work. I think05:07
CWO4Mann"continuity" is the word05:07
iwantxubuntuvarun0: I don't have any files i'm worried about saving, because i just bought the machine with 98 on it05:07
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Marfiethan, what is the error that your getting? api mismatch?05:07
stuart_bruenig, my bad. xfce wasn't making a sound so i assumed it wasn't05:07
stuart_but xmms doesn't sound that clear too05:07
victory747ok, so once I mirror the main repos, I only need to stay current with updates, security, and backports.05:07
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nerdboy1024ok, i still can not get it to change to 1024x76805:08
bruenigvictory747, yes05:08
nomasteryodastuart_, audacious is worth a try05:08
CWO4Mannthat's correct .. and you can schedule it all automatic so really it is hands off05:08
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victory747thanks so much! :)05:08
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CWO4Mannnunca problema05:08
stuart_nomasteryoda, think it's because of xmms or is it because of the driver?05:08
bruenig!justask | BlueKnight05:08
nerdboy1024maybe the wrong driver? is there a way to get it to scan for a driver05:08
ubotuBlueKnight: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)05:08
victory747I'm already running debmirror.  My home machine has no internet, so I wanted to only carry back and forth what I need.05:08
CWO4Mannblueknight whats going on with your wireless card?05:08
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BlueKnightCan't get a Airlink101 AWLH3026 working...05:09
BlueKnightseeing a lot of stuff on the forms about modifying some funky kernel file... :S05:09
nomasteryodastuart_, play the example ogg file in your /home/stuart folder05:09
CWO4Mannhave you done all the usual stuff like rebooting once the card is fully seated?05:09
BlueKnightyup05:09
BlueKnightrebooted05:09
dormedaslol, How the heck can I get X Server running correctly? it doesnt run on my computer for some reason. I have no Identifier for my video card and no driver in the X config file05:09
BlueKnighttired manual configs (not a total n00b thankfully)05:09
nomasteryodastuart_, if PCM is too high, then sounds are distorted ... i see that all the time05:10
CWO4Mannand tried various wireless applications to see if the applications see your card?05:10
BlueKnightlspci sees it quite nicely :S05:10
TaJMoXwhat's a good way to burn avi/mpeg to dvd video?05:10
nomasteryodadormedas, have you tried "sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg?05:10
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nomasteryodak3b05:10
CWO4Manniok, then lspci is ok so sys sees it05:10
nickrudnerdboy1024, put the output of lspci on paste.ubuntu-nl.org, a copy of your xorg.conf file, and the output of xrandr05:10
TaJMoXthanks05:10
BlueKnightthe actually controller is apparently a RAlink rt2561/rt6105:10
dormedasnomasteryoda, yes i have05:10
BarlowBradcwo4mann: I'm looking on the Wireless Cards supported and see that some linksys cards "work out of the box" and some require ndiswrapper. How would I know which version I am buying before I get it?05:10
skyfalcon866is there a way i can eject a flash disk without pressing eject05:10
bruenigTaJMoX, there are many cli utilities and utilities such as devede05:11
nomasteryodadormedas, what kind of system? ... the video card is ?05:11
TaJMoXbruenig: devede yeah thats what im looking for05:11
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CWO4Manntry the command sudo iwconfig 'ra0' 'txpower' 'off'05:11
Marfiskyfalcon866, umount /dev/<devide>05:11
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willis_skyfalcon866,  just 'unmount' it - thats what eject is actually doing.. (well and giveing a eject command)05:11
bruenigskyfalcon866, pull it out?05:11
BlueKnightBarlowBrad - depends on where your buying it from... usually there should be a model number or something that would let you know05:11
Marfiskyfalcon866, *device05:11
CWO4Mannthen try it again with "on"05:11
BlueKnightcwo4mann was taht to me?05:11
stuart_okay well i'll let sound quality slide for now05:11
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dormedasnomasteryoda, it's an NVIDIA MX 4000 (i know, bad :P) I'm running on an old Emachines05:11
skyfalcon866yes in windows xp i can just pull it our without pressing eject05:11
stuart_but right now i can't seem to reformat my /dev/hdb105:11
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nomasteryodano that is fine05:12
victory747hey, is there any way to suppress who entered and left the room messages - I'm using gaim05:12
stuart_or /media/hdb05:12
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CWO4Mannoh yes Blue knight, it was05:12
CWO4Mannuse sudo iwconfig 'ra0' 'txpower' 'off'05:12
CWO4Mannthen do the same command again with "on" instead of off05:12
nomasteryodadormedas, edit /etc/X11/xorg.conf (sudo)05:12
CWO4Mannthat will cycle the transmitter on and off05:12
nomasteryodamake sure "nv" is in the section for the device05:12
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nomasteryodaor at the worst, vesa05:12
drthunderi need a progam to optimize my images so they load faster, any ideas?05:12
BarlowBradthanks blueknight05:12
CVDits there a firefox that ask me " Firefox is trying to connect to the internet, allow it" Yes/No05:12
CWO4Mannbrb, i got a landline call05:12
BlueKnight"Error for wireless request "Set Tx Power" (8B26) : SET failed on device ra0; Operation not supported."05:13
greywhindnomasteryoda: he can't find the section for the device.05:13
BlueKnight:S05:13
CVDups a firewall05:13
dormedasnomasteryoda, thats the problem, my conf file doesnt have a device for it :(05:13
nomasteryodaah ok hang on05:13
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willis_CVD,  not that ive ever seen05:13
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greywhinddormedas: did you mention you're running on a live cd?05:13
dormedasno05:13
CVDSygate Firewall :-(05:13
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greywhinddormedas: that's an important detail05:13
dormedasgrey: quite05:13
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carter_BlueKnight, when you asked if anyone was a wireless expert, my wireless decided to crash to prove a point to me05:14
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BlueKnightfyi peeps - this is an older system, but brand new install of ubuntu05:14
BarlowBradthank you everyone, I'm out :)05:14
nomasteryodawait, the nvidia-glx drivers won't install?05:14
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CVDi installed firestarter but never ask me if i want to allow something or not05:14
BlueKnightrofl carter_05:14
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dormedasnomasteryoda, havent tried that05:14
carter_BlueKnight, that's the last time I'm responding affirmatively to that question05:14
nerdboy1024how do i get x11 to auto congifure05:15
dormedasnomasteryoda, its quite imperative you know im running on a live CD05:15
nerdboy1024drivers for video05:15
nomasteryodaok05:15
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CVDany?05:15
EADGI was looking at traffic to and from my computer yesterday with iftop and saw data coming into a port named "fido" Anybody know what thats about?05:15
nomasteryodawell, you can still edit the xorg.conf file05:15
gengreaany one slashdot?05:15
nickrudnerdboy1024, the usual method is sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg05:15
nomasteryodalooking a bit more dormedas05:15
dormedasnomasteryoda, i have for like the past 40 minutes05:15
nomasteryodano we'll get it05:16
nerdboy1024i've been doing that05:16
nerdboy1024but no dice05:16
carter_Eadg, that's a new one to me05:16
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gengreaim trying to find out if you can send pm on slashdot anyone know?05:16
nickrudnerdboy1024, then let me see your xorg.conf, the lspci, and the xrandr ;)05:16
carter_Eadg, have you port scanned yourself with nmap yet?05:16
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gengreasorry for being off topic05:16
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EADGcarter_: Me too.. netstat even showed it as 192.168.0.104:fido05:16
nomasteryodadormedas,  http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=4276405:16
defjuxcan i access my win2k3 partition from ubuntu?? its ntfs05:16
carter_lol Eadg, that's teh awesome05:17
nerdboy1024nickrud, after i use this utility, do i need to restart05:17
carter_defjux, yes05:17
nomasteryodathe section you need is right there...05:17
EADGcarter_: couple weeks ago I ran nmap on that box.05:17
BlueKnightso anyone with suggestions on the AWLH3026 and it not liking the iwconfig ra0 txpower off commands?05:17
carter_Eadg, what came back?05:17
LeChacalServer05:17
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nickrudnerdboy1024, you log out of your desktop, hit control-alt-backspace to restart your X server, and then log back in05:17
nomasteryodaIdentifier"NVIDIA GeForce4 MX 4000 64 MB PCI"05:17
defjuxsweet carter can you recommend a technique?05:17
BlueKnightit apparently is the only airlink101 card that isn't actively supported yet from that brand :S05:17
EADGcarter_: nothing unusual, same as it always is.05:17
nomasteryodadormedas, if you want to search in that box for it05:17
carter_defjux, it should automount, are you running ubuntu right now?05:17
nomasteryodaposted that for you05:17
nerdboy1024ok, brb05:17
BlueKnighteadg - someone let the dogs out?05:17
BlueKnight;)05:18
carter_EADG, I'm going to go research this.  This is something we didn't cover in two years of Cisco networking :-)05:18
LadyNikonwho let the dogs out..05:18
greywhindnomasteryoda: (btw, i've been trying to help dormedas on a different channel) does he need to know the BusID?05:18
tamaleyaaargh i can't get my fonts to look like they did on my previous edgy install05:18
EADGBlueKnight: hehe. I dunno, thought it was pretty wierd, but got caught up with something else, never followed up on it 'till I just remembered.05:18
tamalei'm on feisty now and everything looks slightly different05:18
tamalemuch blurrier05:18
BleedDoes anyone know where copied text gets stored?05:18
tamaleit's not clear type..05:18
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nomasteryodagreywhind, it helps  but the system should just accept "nv" in that spot05:19
BleedI'm googling everything, and I keep hearing about x clipboard05:19
willis_Bleed,  you mean the text in the clipboard?05:19
EADGcarter_: i'll run a quick nmap -A -T4 on the vbox now.05:19
Bleedbut I wanna know where I can edit it manually05:19
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BleedI have a script that I want to set my clipboard with05:19
greywhindnomasteryoda: as in Driver "nv" and no BusID line?05:19
willis_Bleed,  its in memory. thats it.. there are some tools that let ya do things with the clipboard05:19
carter_EADG, thank you05:19
skyfalcon866can pgp be cracked05:19
BleedI want to run the script, and have it set text05:19
Bleedin the clipboard05:19
nomasteryodagreywhind, hang on05:19
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Bleedit's frustrating, I can't figure this simple task out05:19
dormedasgreywhind, lol this is looking good :P05:19
cafuegoskyfalcon866: Given enough time and computer power, yes.05:20
jayproim connected to the internet thru ath0, but when i start firestarter it shows that the device ath0 as type local and device eth0 as type internet05:20
stuart_how do i run xfce in root, or sudo05:20
jayprosomething is wrong05:20
BleedI just wanna run a command like:   clipboard --set "text here!"05:20
stuart_e.g: i wanna right click a folder and change it's permissions, but i need root05:20
Bleedand have it set.05:20
skyfalcon866like how much time05:20
phil_pithe guy who wrote pgp had a quiet meeting with the nsa before they allowed him to release it05:20
BleedYou know of anything like that?05:20
CVDits there a firewall for linux that ask questions?05:20
cafuegoskyfalcon866: That depends on th key size and algorithm.05:20
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TixerOh God....05:20
skyfalcon866ok05:20
skyfalcon866thanks05:20
nomasteryodagreywhind, he should put the busid there05:20
winndixiei just took a dump but i didn't wipe05:20
TixerI've got like 50 x sessions open, and nothings working05:20
winndixiesince i might need to go again later05:20
cafuegoskyfalcon866: The question is: does anyone who cares about your data have access to his computing power and time?05:21
dormedasnomasteryoda, that one in the example?05:21
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Nutubuntuphil_pi,  you sure of them statistics ?05:21
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Tixerhow do I kill tons of x sessions, and cause :0 to restart05:21
cafuegoskyfish: ... and if they do have access to the power, os the data still valuable to them by the time they have cracked it?05:21
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ubuntuzohi all :)05:21
winndixiepkill X05:21
phil_piit must be true, i read it on the interweb05:21
bulmerTixer, ctrl + alt+backspace05:21
carter_skyfalcon866, when you're talking about pgp, you're talking about university level power, at least05:21
nomasteryodagreywhind, dormedas  ... lspci -v  should give him more than what he wants , but it shows it as a BusID05:21
Tixerbulmer: I'm on SSH05:21
TixerVNC has broken horribly for me05:22
carter_skyfalcon866, don't use it to hide your kiddie porn though, the police will crack it05:22
bulmerTixer so?05:22
greywhinddormedas: you get that?05:22
carter_:-)05:22
dormedasgreywhind, yep!05:22
Nutubuntuohzie, well then ;p05:22
Tixerbulmer: it's kinda hard to do Ctrl-Alt-Backspace with SSH05:22
stuart_can i use nautilus in xfce?05:22
bulmerTixer, you are remoted in?05:22
BlueKnightman this server has a wierd register scheme :P05:22
Tixeryes05:22
Nutubuntuthat is, "o h well then" -- sorry 'bout that ohzie05:22
Tixergah, no success!05:22
nomasteryodadormedas, just scroll the list to find the line wiht the id05:23
willis_stuart_,  or install 'mc' and use it in a root shell...05:23
greywhinddormedas, nomasteryoda: does he need any modifiers in the "Screen" section?05:23
CVDZzzz05:23
bulmerTixer, then try sudo /etc/gdm restart05:23
carter_Eadg, I'm not finding anything on a fido port, and I don't even know what to tell you to do to secure it05:23
willis_stuart_,  you can run most anything ya want. the different desktops dont care much,05:23
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EADGcarter_: nmap shows the same results as it alwasy does.05:23
TixerI had it so that I could use Ubuntu over VNC this morning, using X session :0, and then I did something, and now it doesn't work05:23
Tixernow, I have like 30 VNC servers running05:23
carter_EADG, shit, this is hiliariously odd05:23
jaypromy pc is connected to the internet thru ath0, but when i start firestarter it shows that the device ath0 as type local and device eth0 as type internet (as shown in firestarter).  it should be the other way around.  how do i fix it?05:23
Tixerand my GUI account isn't logged on or anything, so theres nothing on :005:24
Tixerand everythings on fire05:24
nomasteryodagreywhind, the resolution of his monitor would help... but 1024x768 should work05:24
stuart_willis_, cool.05:24
bulmerTixer go find the daemon you used to start vnc05:24
stuart_anyway, if i were to use USB, which folder should i look in, or mount?05:24
Tixerthat's the thing05:24
dormedasnomasteryoda, it should05:24
bulmerand kill it05:24
EADGcarter_: Ya, it is, cause as far as I know ports are suppose to be numbers... right?05:24
greywhindnomasteryoda: he doesn't need to add a "Device" line?05:24
TixerI've got like 4 daemons for VNC05:24
nomasteryodadormedas, and the device05:24
willis_Tixer,  vncserver --kill :1  (thrugh whatever) :)05:24
nomasteryodayea05:24
Tixerrealvnc, tightvncserver05:24
carter_EADG, right05:24
carter_I have never read anything about a "named" port05:24
nomasteryodagreywhind, same as used in the device section05:24
carter_I mean obviously like 80 is called http sometimes05:24
Tixer@Omgwtfhax:~$ vncserver --kill :105:25
TixerNew 'X' desktop is Omgwtfhax:405:25
greywhinddormedas: you see the "Device" line in the "Screen" section? you need to add that too05:25
TixerGAH05:25
Tixerthat only started another one!05:25
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nomasteryodagreywhind, dormedas if nv does not work ,then "vesa" should05:25
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dormedasgreywhind, si senor05:25
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willis_it may be -kill  :1 or whatever05:25
willis_time to learn to kill by pid. :)05:25
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carter_EADG, and you saw traffic on this port?05:25
EADGcarter_: I'm searching too, so far nothing relating to ports.05:26
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carter_Hell E05:26
TixerSo I finally killed all of those....05:26
carter_Hell EADG, I can look at the list of all avaliable ports.  it's not on there05:26
Tixerhow do I start remote desktop, so I can see what's on :005:26
greywhindnomasteryoda, dormedas: is that all he needs to know? should he try it now?05:26
dormedasnomasteryoda: so I'm all set to go try?05:26
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EADGcarter_: Yes... trying to recall the addy....05:26
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carter_Blueknight, sorry about the pm, server is being a bitch, h/o05:26
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nomasteryodathat should work guys ... dormedas greywhind05:26
BlueKnightcarter_ nod, k :)05:27
greywhinddormedas: don't forget the killall gdm05:27
greywhindand sudo gdm05:27
dormedasgreywhind, got it, dont worry05:27
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CVDsometimes when i want to view a .flv video firefox shutdown, any know why?05:27
greywhinddormedas: alright - good luck05:27
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nomasteryodawe xx fingers05:27
dormedasgreywhind, nomasteryoda: So guys, this should work, ill see you soon hopefully in Feisty05:27
EADGhehe05:27
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greywhinddormedas: yep - cya05:27
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Simply_Puzzledokay EADG, can you sniff the packets?05:28
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bryantcaleyhi05:28
bryantcaleyis there a good place in irc to ask about cedega ?05:28
Simply_PuzzledI want to know what the hell is in a packet sent over fido05:28
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EADGSimply_Puzzled: with what program? fido is no longer open.05:30
CVDi need to have a stupid nickname to get answers?05:30
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Nutubuntupatience and good manners usually work best05:31
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nomasteryodacv, no05:31
nomasteryodaCVD, nope05:31
Simply_PuzzledEADG, hmm I'm starting to think even a packet sniffer wouldn't work05:31
Simply_PuzzledEADG, cause it relies on scanning incoming ports, which are numbered05:32
Simply_Puzzledsigh05:32
CVDa command to see waht things are using the internet?05:32
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limeetris the desktop edition the same as the server but with a GUI?05:32
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NutubuntuCVD,  are you thinking of iftop?05:32
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GamingXWhere do you get mp3 and various audio codecs for Ubuntu?05:33
Urbandalequestion 4 everyone... every so often (havent checked interval length) my system reboots to login screen. why?05:33
BlueKnightgamingX -> VLC :D05:33
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Simply_PuzzledEADG, man, this is gonna have me wondering for awhile...05:33
EADGSimply_Puzzled: 60179          | fido                       | FidoNet electronic mail and news network05:33
GamingXI installed mplayer but not playing audio05:33
Urbandalegamingx: automaticx05:33
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Simply_Puzzledah, there we go05:33
willis_dont use automatix. theres no need for it.05:34
kibauh05:34
willis_!w32codecs05:34
ubotuSeveas has a popular 3rd party repository for several packages, including the win32 codecs: see http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages - See also !Codecs05:34
RalthHello! I'm trying to install 6.10 desktop on an older machine I have.  I keep getting this error: "/bin/sh: can't access tty; job control turned off".  Any ideas?05:34
kibaHow to switch from gnome to kde?05:34
rustalotno automatix05:34
BSDaemonFidoNet? Wasn't that an old telephone based BBS mail system?05:34
EADGSimply_Puzzled: Found it on this page: http://www.redhat.com/docs/manuals/enterprise/RHEL-4-Manual/security-guide/ch-ports.html05:34
willis_kiba,  install kubuntu-desktop, and the login manager will have a kde entry in its menus05:34
BlueKnightbad cd ralth?05:34
rustalotit will make your eyeball fall out05:34
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NutubuntuUrbandale, no easy answer - you might check your log files ... or make sure that xorg.conf isn't configuring devices that you don't have installed ... but ...05:34
willis_rustalot,  and  give your dog rabies05:34
Urbandalewait, devices?05:34
Simply_Puzzledokay EADG, here is your problem, it's not using TCP/IP05:34
BSDaemonkiba: sudo apt-get install kde05:34
Urbandalei tried to mount one05:34
nickrudand make you cry on 7.1005:34
Simply_PuzzledIt's a UUCP protocol05:34
Urbandaledidnt get it through05:35
BSDaemonkiba: that should install it and add the entry into your Sessions menu at login05:35
Urbandaledeleted the mount point05:35
RalthBlueKnight: possibly.  Is that the most likely option?05:35
Urbandalewould that be a problem?05:35
klobsterwhy do i need cron, anacron and atd running all at once?05:35
kibaBSDaemon: I already have kde05:35
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EADGSimply_Puzzled: K, any idea what it was that wasn't using tcp/ip?05:36
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BlueKnightnot an expert by any means, but thats what i'd suspect. If its not too much of a trouble, I'd try reburning the disc...05:36
NutubuntuUrbandale, I doubt it. I meant - for example - if xorg.conf thinks you have a wacom tablet installed but you don't05:36
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BlueKnighter that was to ralth05:36
nickrudklobster, cron runs anacron, which runs your regularly scheduled maintenance. atd is one shot things you set up05:36
BSDaemonkiba: I don't think there's any really feasible way to do it without logging out05:36
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Simply_PuzzledEADG, google fidonet05:36
Urbandalehmm05:36
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RalthBlueKnight: thanks, I'll try that.05:37
EADGSimply_Puzzled: looking05:37
phil_piearly email systems used uucp05:37
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BSDaemonMan , I used a FidoNet bbs back in the 90s05:37
UrbandaleNutubuntu: how do i check?05:37
ian_hi everyone, I've got some disk corruption issues and was wondering if someone here could help?05:37
BlueKnightnp ralth :) btw there should be an option to check the cd for errors before you install... might wana try running that as well?05:37
ian_I've got two 120gb disks in a raid0 array and want to recover MOST data05:37
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ian_its all movies and music and stuff, all documents/code/personal stuff was backed up05:38
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ian_one of the disks started to throw errors at me05:38
NutubuntuUrbandale,  pull up a terminal and type "less < /etc/X11/xorg.conf" (minus the "" marks) ... look for sections that are not commented out that refer to stuff you don't have installed.05:38
BlueKnightone sec ian_05:38
Urbandalealright, one moment05:38
tamaleack.. can someone please help explain why fonts look so much worse to me in feisty than they did in edgy?05:38
tamaleor better yet, what i can do to make them sharper05:38
ian_how should I go about trying to copy everything off those disks?  I'm not sure how to reconfigure them and mount them using a live disk05:38
phil_pitamale:  poor quality tequila?05:39
BlueKnighthardware or software raid?05:39
phil_pithat always makes me blurry05:39
BlueKnightian05:39
tamalehehe05:39
ian_software raid0 on ubuntu 7.0405:39
BlueKnight*gag* ok... nmmmm05:39
Nutubuntuian_,  that is a weak point for a RAID0 ... if any of the disks involved die, the entire array is down. Did you by any chance back up regularly?05:39
ian_set it up with the alternate install05:39
BlueKnightmight have a clue on a hardware raid :S05:39
LeChacal clothing05:39
ian_nutubuntu: no, thats why I'm here05:39
CVDits there a way to see all my comments quickly with out scrolling all this?05:39
phil_pithere are some sttings for font hinting in preferences05:40
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BlueKnightian rofl - sorry bout that05:40
EADGSimply_Puzzled: Fidonet: series of gateway systems which interact with the Internet via UUCP with cooperating UNIX-based smart-hosts which act as their MX-receivers.05:40
ian_so, I think its just some bad blocks or something, the system still boots, but is unstable05:40
tamaleseriously though, i'm getting a headache trying to read this :(05:40
phil_picheck font preferences & play with the rendering options05:40
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BlueKnightian nod, hang on... looking for a nice boot disk full of nice utilities05:40
ian_I just want to recover MOST of the data, its all movies/music/large torrent stuff05:40
BSDaemonian_: so what you're saying is you want to be able to mount your raid0 while booting off the livecd?05:40
tamalephil_pi: it's gotta be something more substantial than that05:40
EADGSimply_Puzzled: I guess that explains it :)05:40
BlueKnightian - a few of them include some recovery apps for hds - would give you enough life to recover your data05:40
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ian_bsdaemon: that seemed like a good idea to me, but I don't know much about raid05:41
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dissectionShould /.config/menus be read/write both? I have read-only by default. I was told in the other channel that it should be rw and I shouldn't use "sudo alacarte" to edit menus and should use "alacarte" instead. I'm confused now. So I was misguided by someone in this channel and even after I said I was using sudo, nobody pointed it out to me?05:41
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EADGSomebody was using fidonet to bittorrent.05:41
kitsuneofdoomI've got a problem with flash, it's saying: md5sum mismatch install_flash_player_9_linux.tar.gz05:41
kitsuneofdoomThe Flash plugin is NOT installed.05:41
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phil_piwhen i played with font rendering, the wrong setting made them blurry05:41
CVDthis is from iftop, what are they?  cs9.msg.dcn.yahoo.com , jobe.wgops.com   ,by2msg2204720.phx.gbl05:41
BlueKnightkitsuneofdoom wrong install05:42
kitsuneofdoomBlueKnight: eh?05:42
BlueKnighttry searching for flash install on the forums for the proper repository05:42
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BlueKnightkitsune - forget which i used, a friend help me grab it late one night05:42
Nutubuntuian_,  not sure I can help, but what is the exact situation ? Can you not mount the RAID at all ? what error msgs, etc.?05:42
BlueKnightkitsune - told me the default was buggy or something :S05:42
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ian_let me see, powering it up now05:43
kitsuneofdoomBlueKnight: I kinda prefer to use the default because it's easier to uninstall and upgrade and that's why it's there05:43
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ian_luckily that system has other disks I can easily copy stuff to once I'm running05:43
klobsterhow does ubuntu (debian) handle runlevels?05:43
ian_klobster: init, check /etc/inittab05:43
BlueKnightkitsune - all you do is update a more recent repository, and then still use the apt-get install flash commands :D05:43
willis_klobster,  SysV init system.. but ubuntu also has the 'upstart' system its working on.05:43
willis_!upstart05:43
ubotuUpstart is meant to replace the old Sys V Init system with an event-driven init model.  For more information please see: http://upstart.ubuntu.com/05:43
kitsuneofdoomBlueKnight: a more recent repository?05:44
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BlueKnightnod - repository = directory of ubuntu programs that it searches for installs...05:44
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kitsuneofdoomBlueKnight: I know. But what repository05:44
bulmerklobster pre feisty like in dapper uses /etc/inittab05:44
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BlueKnightthats where i'm scratching my head kitsune :(05:45
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BlueKnightasking the friend that helped me out with that if he remembers05:45
levanderIs each of the versions of Ubuntu, e.g. Dapper, Edgy, Feisty, are they called distributions, or are they just called releases?05:45
TiMiDo!seen seveas05:45
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about seen seveas - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:45
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Simply_Puzzledreleases levander05:45
Simply_PuzzledRedhat and Ubuntu are seperate distros05:45
Simply_PuzzledDapper and Edgy are different releases05:46
levanderSimply_Puzzled: That's what I thought, I've seen it used the other way recently though.05:46
dissectionDo you guys use "sudo alacarte" or "alacarte" to edit menus?05:46
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willis_alacarte  would edit the users menus, leaving the others users alone. I would belive05:46
levanderSimply_Puzzled: There should be an online dictionary that acts as an authority on some of this techno-jargon.  You could have a Java one, a Linux one, etc..05:46
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willis_Not sure what sudo alacarte would do.. edit roots i am guessing..05:46
kitsuneofdoomBlueKnight: found it05:46
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Simply_PuzzledLevander, the info is there, just find it05:47
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levanderSimply_Puzzled: it'd be easier in a formal dictionary, i guess i'm more just thinking about writing one than anything else (the software for it, not the dictionary contents)05:47
BlueKnightso, to throw out some random chat, any vista lovers in the house? :D05:47
willis_BlueKnight,  they are all in #insane05:47
CVDvista slow05:48
willis_vista worse then slow.. :)05:48
BlueKnighthehe05:48
cuppsIs there a channel to ask for help with World of Warcraft and Wine? Or can I ask in here?05:48
nickrudvista ok, just not good enough05:48
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levanderIt actually would be nice to have a #vista channel on Freenode, if you could find a way to keep out all the masses of clueless end users.05:48
MilitantPotatoHey my CD-ROM wont eject either manualy or through linux05:48
willis_cupps,  #wine, or the various wine forums would be the best i belive05:48
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nomasteryodalevander, make it05:48
axcel461cupps, what processor do you have?05:48
nomasteryodalol05:48
willis_MilitantPotato,  try eject from the command line.05:49
CVDany way to see all my comments?05:49
nickrudlevander, vista god :)05:49
Simply_Puzzledhow about a #vista non-losers channel?05:49
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MilitantPotatowillis_: whats the command?05:49
dissectionAnyone? Surely someone here edits their menus05:49
regeyaMilitantPotato: or go digging for a paperclip.05:49
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Simply_PuzzledOf course, no one would think "I'm a loser I should stay out"05:49
CVDyep05:49
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regeyaMilitantPotato: I'm assuming of course that there's a small hole on the front panel of your drive.05:49
levandernickrud: ?05:49
CVDright click in the applications05:49
EADGMilitantPotato: eject05:49
CVDthats me05:49
nickrudlevander, I missed the # in #vista05:49
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MilitantPotatoI can reboot to fix it, but I'd rather not have to use a clip every time it does this :D05:49
willis_MilitantPotato,  'eject' :)05:50
cuppsaxcel461 Intel P4, why?05:50
MilitantPotatoeject does nothing05:50
CVDamd or intel?05:50
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willis_MilitantPotato,  not even an error message?05:50
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axcel461You might be able to use vmware Server05:50
MilitantPotatonope05:50
nickruddissection, it would edit your local menu, but write as root, maybe causing issues (I hate having root owned files in home)05:50
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CVDPR here?05:50
MilitantPotatojust starts a new command prompt05:50
axcel461I can boot my windows partition from it and play starcraft05:50
Some_PersonWhat's gonna be new in Gusty Gibbon?05:50
willis_Some_Person,  about everything. :)05:50
levanderMilitantPotato: You gave eject an argument as the device file to eject?  E.g., "eject <device name>"05:50
CVDcompiz fusioz?05:51
Some_Personwillis_: like...?05:51
axcel461Gutsy Gibbon will have compiz-fusion05:51
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dissectionnickrud: So I should use sudo or not?05:51
willis_!gutsy05:51
ubotuGutsy 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+105:51
nickruddissection, no05:51
Some_Personcompiz, i know of, but what is compiz-fusion?05:51
CVDwao, idont even have a 3d card, so new for me05:51
nickruddissection, personally I just right click the menu bar, don't even call from the terminal05:51
CVDnothing new for me05:51
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dissectionnickrud: I did that but it doesn't run05:52
axcel461compiz-fusion is beryl and compiz back together again05:52
regeyahey, I've had that happen too, MilitantPotato.  If you find a solution make sure to post it to the forums.  on mine sometimes a burn will go bad, then the drive door will be locked.  no amount of eject, trying to eject via hdparm, nothing seems to work other than forcing the drive open with a paperclip or reboot.  however, on mine, the 'eject' command hangs for about 5 minutes before bravely surrendering, and no amount of tryin05:52
cuppsHow do I get the proper drivers for an old, old ATI card in Ubuntu? I've been trying all day with no success.05:52
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axcel461Right now.... SLOW05:52
nickruddissection, ok05:52
Some_Personthat may or may not be good for me, i get the same bug in beryl and compiz with the titlebars05:52
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c_lispanybody know how to add ubuntu right click permanent delete for files?05:52
regeyahttp://www.everex.com/gc3502/index.htm <- sure, it's 'green' but it runs windows...oh well.  and I never thought of being 'green' when I bought via; I thought 'cheap cheap cheap'05:52
BlueKnighti feel you cupps - should be out there... they even have drivers for my 3dfx voodoo3 out there... have yet to get them yet though05:53
MilitantPotatoreg, I didn't add a param to eject, so i'm not sure if it will hang or not05:53
Some_Personi hope gusty gets rid of the bug05:53
axcel461KDE offers transparent window borders without the slowdown05:53
dissectionnickrud: I checked .config/menus and its owned by reoot and settings.menu and applications.menu are read only. When I typed alacarte (without sudo) in terminal, I get an error. Does everyone else have menus directory as read only and owned by root?05:53
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dissection*root05:53
cuppsEverytime I start WoW I get "Unable to start 3d acceleration", but I can't seem to update my video drivers... argh.05:53
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MilitantPotatoHow do you get a device name for the eject command?05:53
nickrudc_lisp, run gconf-editor, and navigate to apps/nautilus/preferences/enable_delete05:53
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willis_MilitantPotato,  try /dev/cdrom05:54
CVD100 time, way to see all my comments?05:54
willis_CVD,   i dont think anyone knows what you mean by that.05:55
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CVDi want to see all my comments witout to scroll05:55
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Some_Personwait, is it gutsy or gusty? i was under the impression that it was gusty05:55
axcel461Gutsy05:55
thoreauputicgutsy05:55
willis_CVD,   comments? where are you talking about?05:55
regeyaCVD I'm not sure anyone knows what you're on about05:55
MilitantPotato/dev/cdrom did nothing05:56
winndixiehey guys05:56
nickruddissection, no. they should not be. all mine are owned by me and 644 for permissions05:56
CVDthis is a comment05:56
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winndixiewhere can i download pornographic images from the internet05:56
CVDand another cooment05:56
c_lispthanks05:56
MilitantPotatowinndixie: www.google.com05:56
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thoreauputicCVD: in irssi ? in xchat?05:56
winndixieok05:56
willis_CVD,  thats not our definition of comment. :)05:56
winndixiethx05:56
dormedasnomasteryoda, no luck05:56
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willis_#this is a comment, it begins with a # in some sort of source/config file :)05:56
CVDo ok xchar05:57
nickrudlol05:57
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regeyao rly05:57
thoreauputicCVD: you could try /lastlog <nickname-here>05:57
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dormedasnomasteryoda: oddly enough, when i lspci -v 'd ... the NVIDIA card showed up, and i got the BusID, but it was listed as an AGP 8x, which mine is a PCI05:57
CVDok let me try05:57
willis_'do, or do not, there is no try' :)05:58
dormedasnomasteryoda: confused me to heck :P05:58
CVDYeah !!!!! thanks05:58
bluebananahi. i need to use the Internet Explorer browser for a website. (I've tried switching user agents in Firefox via add-on, but it doesn't work).. Is there a IE for Ubuntu?05:58
CVDthoreau05:58
thoreauputicCVD:  :-)05:58
regeyaCVD we're all going to need a LOT more information before we can help you there...oh right xchat...heh, that's crazy.05:58
Some_Personbluebanana: yes, through wine05:58
winndixiebluebanana: you can use qemu or vmware05:58
bluebananano deb, Some_Person ?05:58
regeyarofflecopters:  /LASTLOG would print 3321 lines. If you really want to print all these lines use -force option.05:58
bluebanananothing in repo, winndixie ?05:59
Some_Personbluebanana: there is no Internet Explorer for Linux, however you can run IE in WINE05:59
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bluebananaSome_Person, how do i do that?05:59
winndixiewine's support for IE is limited05:59
thoreauputicregeya:  /lastlog <nick> just prints the last lot of stuff from that nick05:59
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BlueKnightwhat is the "$" for before a command05:59
Some_Personbluebanana: the easiest way to install it is to install WINE from the repositories05:59
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willis_bluebanana,  normally thats the bash prompt.05:59
bluebananaSome_Person, after i install WINE, what next?06:00
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Some_Personbluebanana: and then install wine-doors (not sure if its in the repositories)06:00
winndixieSome_Person: what version of IE did you use wine with?06:00
regeyawhoa.06:00
Some_Personwinndixie: ie606:00
winndixieand it worked perfectly?06:00
axcel461NOT under vmware server. You can boot your windows partition from vmware06:00
bluebananaSome_Person, winndixie : what do you think of http://www.howtoforge.com/ubuntu_internet_explorer06:00
levanderDoes IE7 run in WINE?06:00
Some_Personbluebanana: and then open wine-doors, and it'll let you install it06:00
Some_Personlevander: no06:00
levanderDamn.06:00
r00723r0what is the oss mixer?06:00
willis_ie7 - makes me REALLy shudder...06:01
levanderr00723r0: It's a sound system, like alsa.06:01
xoRockSome_Person, what is winedoor?06:01
r00723r0no06:01
r00723r0i mean06:01
axcel461OSS mixer is the volume control for the oss sound driver06:01
r00723r0like alsamixer06:01
levanderr00723r0: check wikipedia maybe for more06:01
r00723r0how do i use the mixer06:01
levanderr00723r0: Just open the ui, it's obvious.06:01
r00723r0what ui?06:01
r00723r0the volume control?06:01
Some_Personxorock: wine-doors is a gui for wine that lets you easily install a few windows programs from a repository06:01
r00723r0it doesn't show gain06:02
r00723r0i need to see gain06:02
winndixiehttp://appdb.winehq.org/appview.php?iVersionId=46906:02
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winndixielook at the list of known bugs for ie6/Wine06:02
winndixiethat's bullshit06:02
AmaranthFor the record: running 'sudo alacarte' does nothing but break your menus06:02
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cuppsHow can I restore Ubuntu's default ATI driver and settings?06:02
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xoRockSome_Person,  didn't know that, thx06:02
winndixiejust use vmware or a system emulator06:02
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Amaranth!ohmy | winndixie06:02
ubotuwinndixie: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.06:02
crimsunadd it.  secondary-click, Open Volume Control, Edit, Preferences06:02
winndixiesorry06:02
thoreauputicr00723r0: try using alsamixer in a terminal06:02
CVDhey i run the iftop and i have this,  by2msg2233105.phx.gbl , jobe.wgops.com  ,cs9.msg.dcn.yahoo.com  what are they?06:02
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r00723r0oh wow06:03
nwhola06:03
r00723r0the OSS mixer06:03
r00723r0not the alsa mixer06:03
PurpZeYCan someone help me out with an audio passthrough issue?06:03
thoreauputicCVD: people you re connected to06:03
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Some_Personwinndixie: IE6 is a lot easier to get running with wine-doors06:03
Nutubuntu!enter06:03
ubotuPlease try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!06:03
xenhmmm06:03
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phil_picupps: there's a command to restore xorg.conf to its defaults06:03
dormedashello nomasteryoda?06:03
thoreauputicCVD: URLs you are connecte to06:03
xenubuntu is pretty nice, I must say06:03
jd_anyone know of ao good peer to peer file sharing program06:03
r00723r0gtk-gnutella06:03
cuppsphil_pi Will that restore it to the default video drivers for my ati card?06:04
levanderjd_: amule06:04
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MilitantPotatoargh this CD-ROM thing is driving me mad.06:04
r00723r0thoreauputic: ^^06:04
winndixieSome_Person: if you say so.. but its relatively easy to set up a compelte windows system under a system emulator06:04
xenI do have a question regarding torrents on ubuntu though06:04
jd_ty levander06:04
r00723r0thoreauputic: the OSS mixer, not the ALSA mixer06:04
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Some_Personwinndixie: yes, but you end up having to use a lot more disk space and it takes a long time to install06:04
xenI wasn't having a problem with torrent speeds until I started messing with the firewall packages06:04
CVDthe only thing i have righnt know is the xchat no more06:04
thoreauputicr00723r0: oh OK - why are you using OSS ? I haven't followed the whole convo, obviously06:05
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r00723r0thoreauputic: i'm not, other programs are06:05
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xenI'm wandering how me ports got blocked06:05
Some_Personwinndixie: not to mention the slow speed06:05
CVDso how  i connected to them06:05
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ferronicahow to check SFV for particular application06:05
xencan anyone see me?06:05
xenhello?06:05
willis_xen,  yes.06:05
lazellamahi06:05
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xenk06:05
jetscreamerno06:05
thoreauputicCVD: browser, IRC, mail fetch - lots of possibilities06:05
xenwell I'm wondering how to get my torrents moving faster06:06
dormedashello, greywhind or nomasteryoda?06:06
CVDonly i have xchat06:06
CVDno more06:06
xenI'm not sure what happened06:06
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NutubuntuCVD the phx.gbl thing looks like an msn bot, if google searches are to be believed06:06
winndixieSome_Person: the slow speed? lol06:06
alex20is ubuntu is so easy to use, why is there so many people aksing for help06:06
xenI have firestarter firewall turned off and no speed increase06:06
PurpZeYCan someone help me with a sound input issue, my sound works but I have no audio input06:06
xenubuntu is the shit man06:06
Some_Personxen: use peerguardian to block bad ip's06:06
xenget it06:06
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thoreauputicCVD: then iftop is showing IRC - but also probably ntp updates, mail being fetched etc06:06
alex20if ubuntu is so EASY TO USE, WHY IS THERE SO MANY QUESTIONS06:06
xenwell I don't think it's bad ip's06:06
winndixiei run windows 2003 under VBox with 512MB ram and its as responsive as a 900mhz system06:07
MilitantPotatoWooooo!!!06:07
Amaranthxen: you need to configure your router06:07
MilitantPotatoI fixed my CD-ROM06:07
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xenthere aren't06:07
Some_Personxen: just try it, heres the link: http://methpilot.ath.cx/files/peerguardnf-1.5beta.i386.deb06:07
MilitantPotatoWho was having CD-ROM issues?06:07
FFForeverhow do i make a copy of my cd?06:07
xenyeah I don't have a router06:07
Amaranthalex20: because some people do odd things :)06:07
Some_Personxen: it always increases the speed somewhat for me06:07
Amaranthxen: then your ISP is blocking ports06:07
winndixieSome_Person: and when did web browsing become so resource intensive?06:07
BlueKnightpeople even have questions with windows alex2006:07
BlueKnightlots of questions06:07
winndixiequit being an ass06:07
dormedasnomasteryoda, ill try something I didnt notice before but later06:07
thoreauputicalex20: because people are used to windows :)06:07
Amaranth!ohmy | winndixie06:07
ubotuwinndixie: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.06:07
xenwhat I'm afraid of is that I installed some sort of firewall and it's running in the background06:07
CitizenKanethere anyone that could help me get wireless working in 2.6.22?06:07
FFForever!iso06:07
ubotuTo mount an ISO disc image, type  sudo mount -o loop <ISO-filename> <mountpoint>  - There is a list of useful cd image conversion tools at http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/CD_Image_Conversion - Always verify the ISO using !MD5 before !burning.06:07
Some_Personxen: you might also want to try making sure port forwarding is set up on your router06:08
Amaran