riotkittiesweet. im downloading 7.04 at 1200K <drools>  ... had i known itd be this quick, i might have done it sooner12:01
adamorjamesh1st0 it won't let me create anything other than a primary partition12:01
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h1st0adamorjames: someone else might be better with your problem than me.12:01
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magnetronadamorjames: you need at least one primary partition12:02
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zoidberg_can anybody help me with the AVN avant-window-manager on FEISTY?12:02
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h1st0sidenet: ffmpeg can do it.12:02
obf213whats the correct syntax for purge12:02
h1st0err wait12:02
obf213apt-get remove purge?12:02
adamorjamesmagnetron I have 412:02
spy80ushow to tell if i have a smp kernel or not?  and if im using amd turion x2 then is it better to use it as recommended on the ubuntu wiki12:02
riotkittieyou have 4 primaries?12:02
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magnetronadamorjames: 4 prim is max12:02
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h1st0sidenet: yeah it will do you want a gui though?12:02
neverbluehow do I ssh tunnel (both the server and client side) into a box to allow me to use GUI apps?12:02
Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: gparted can create extended partitions12:02
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riotkittieyou're going to need to nuke a primary to create an extended12:03
adamorjamesjack, how?12:03
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sideneti've been trying to get win32 codecs on my laptop for the last 2 days12:03
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iShockHow can I find out my DEFAULT GATEWAY?12:03
nickrudobf213, apt-get remove --purge12:03
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Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: How many partitions.primary do you have now12:03
nextse7eneluzi, you still here?12:03
Modulatorneed some help installing dual monitors...12:03
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neverblueiShock, ifconfig12:03
adamorjamesit says 4 jack12:03
iShockneverblue: Which one is it?12:03
magnetron!xinerama | Modulator12:03
ubotuModulator: xinerama is an extension to !X to use two or more physical displays as one large virtual display. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/XineramaHowTo - See also !DualHead12:03
ModulatorI tried checking out xinerama12:03
nextse7en!dualhead Modulator12:03
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Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: What are they?12:03
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magnetronsidenet: try avidemux12:04
ArgirisIs Anyone from USA?12:04
riotkittiewait. you have 4 primaries and its letting you create another primary??12:04
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iShockneverblue: There is a large amount of stuff..Which thing is it?12:04
neverblueiShock, should be listed under eth0, if thats your connection12:04
adamorjamesjack, 3 ect3'sand one swap12:04
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nextse7enWho was asking about a program to count seconds and convert to date sinsce 1970?12:04
royel!offtopic | Argiris12:04
ubotuArgiris: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!12:04
nickrudsidenet, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Medibuntu#head-381bea41610683e5e26322fd7028e7aef85e3105-212:04
sidenetthanks nick12:04
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Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: are they all in use..12:04
adamorjames3 ext = /, /home, /var and a swap12:04
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h1st0sidenet: sudo apt-get install ffmpeg12:05
adamorjamesI'm in a live CD but I can only use one at a time12:05
hinklehow do i assign my own ip address on my local network as opposed to just being assigned one automagically?12:05
neverblueiShock, looking at my own, one sec12:05
bcbooterstatic ip12:05
h1st0sidenet: then to convert just ffmpeg -i orignal_file.wmv new_file.avi12:05
ArgirisJust one quastion and I am out.Tell me the best Heroe of USA (I am playin a knoledge game)12:05
iShockbcbooter: What about one?12:05
bcbooteru need to set that up.12:05
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adamorjamesI can only unmount one at a time12:05
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nextse7enWouldn't it be fairly easy to write a python script that would allow you to input seconds from a certain date, and come up with the new date?12:06
bcbooterishock, you need to get your information, like defualt gateway etc, then enter it as a static ip12:06
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royeladamorjames: edit your /etc/network/interfaces file, or use the network manager if your using that GUI stuff :)12:06
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iShockbcbooter: I'm trying, help me12:06
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bcbooterwhy do you want a static ip?12:06
royeladamorjames: wrong person, sorry12:06
iShockbcbooter: IRCd12:06
adamorjamesok royel12:06
CientificoLocoHOT: do you know the name?12:07
ieee802someone know how to get led working with ipw2200?12:07
taime1how do i assign my own ip address on my local network as opposed to just being assigned one automagically?12:07
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CientificoLocoI have eraesed everything of a memory SD and I want to recovery some pictures, is there a way to do it?12:07
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Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: When you use gparted and highlight unpartitioned space you dont have three options for new, primary, logical and extended12:07
royeltaime1: edit your /etc/network/interfaces file, or use the network manager if your using that GUI stuff :)12:07
BubbelsHello, Question: how can i use ACL's through CIFS with nautilis/Eiciel? I'm getting  "Operation not Supporten", while smbcacls neatly displays the ACL's...12:07
mantra2does the new 7.10 come with built in support for airport cards?12:07
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h1st0CientificoLoco: how did you erase the pictures?12:07
Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: actually you probably dont as you are already at the limit12:07
taime1royal: what do i do in network manager?12:07
swimmerino88_ hi to evrebody!i have a little problem with my usb disk...I can only see a diectory locked,after the creation of the partition with qparte...how can i copy thingd to the disk?i think i have to chenge the privileges...how????12:07
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tbtrojacompengi, do you know if I should put the BC stuff in a different folder, or what?12:08
slavikswimmerino88_: man chmod12:08
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h1st0CientificoLoco: testdisk maybe?  or some sort of other file recovery program12:08
adamorjamesJack, it says new and that is the only option12:08
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obf213hey...can vim run in gui?12:09
Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: click on new and then which options12:09
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obf213i just downloaded but it only opens in terminal12:09
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tbtrojaAnyone here have World of Warcraft (plus Burning Crusade) installed on Ubuntu 7.04?12:09
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slaviktbtroja: I do, it works fine12:09
adamorjamesjack, it tells me "t is not possible to create more than 4 primary partitions"12:09
Bubbelschmod? wat has chmod to do with ACL's on SMB? (or is that a too stupid question...)12:09
h1st0obf213: vim-gtk I believe is what you are looking for for gui12:09
tbtrojaslavik, I copied all the WoW stuff to a folder, what do I do with BC stuff?12:10
dakiradoes anyone know something like gobbly, but for drawing? so that both parties can see the same thing and both can draw?12:10
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tbtrojaslavik, same folder, a subfolder?12:10
slaviktbtroja: did you install BC before copying?12:10
h1st0obf213: or try gvim in terminal12:10
Pie-rat1this is really annoying, i'm trying to make a portable installation of ubuntu, and i can't find any way to automatically generate an xorg.conf. i tried dexconf, but it didn't work. i'm not sure why.12:10
obf213h1st8 ahh yes. i c i was missing a package12:10
neverblueiShock, netstat -rn12:10
tbtrojaslavik, all I've done so far is copy the WoW stuff12:10
Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: Right... You are at the limit... you would need to delete one to create an extended and logicals inside that.12:10
tbtroja(no expansion yet)12:10
efrancolaportehey im wondering if theres something like windows movie maker or imovie for Ubuntu12:10
slaviktbtroja: so, you haven't isntalled BC yet anywhere?12:10
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PriceChildefrancolaporte, kino12:10
tbtrojaslavik, nop.12:10
h1st0obf213: or vim-gnome12:10
PriceChildiShock, Could you please check your pm and reply to me? :)12:11
michaelzHi, I'm trying to follow this tutorial: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=413040, but when I do the first terminal command (sudo dpkg --force-architecture -i opera-static_9.20-20070409.1-qt_en_i386.deb) I get an error (somethign like: `cannot access archive: No such file or directory'). Anyone know what's going on?12:11
h1st0efrancolaporte: there are a few options12:11
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slaviktbtroja: no idea tbh, but the winehq (appdb) page should have the instructions12:11
tbtrojaslavik, I need to know where I should put the BC stuff and if I should install WoW before I copy BC12:11
h1st0efrancolaporte: have you checked out the desktop guide?12:11
adamorjamesjack, that is why I need tomove my var folder from it's partition which is primary but I want to move all the files including hidden and such12:11
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tbtrojaslavik, alright, thanks.12:11
adamorjames*to move12:11
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efrancolaportePriceChild thank you12:11
Shydemichaelz, did you change directory to the one you downloaded that file to?12:11
Timhi there will upgrading to Feisty have any preferences related changes to my xubuntu 6.06 system?12:11
PriceChildTim, No. (but you need to go through edgy first)12:12
Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: What is the problem moving that... run livecd if needed..12:12
diafic_tata for now12:12
h1st0efrancolaporte: try kino12:12
Timk thanks PriceChild12:12
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adamorjamesjack, I'm in livecd but I hear that if you just copy nad past that it doesn't copy everything12:12
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kunwon1Is there anyway to speed up ssh logins from the server side? If I ssh to a ubuntu box on my home net it takes about five seconds to come up with a password prompt, compared with less than a second to a centos or fedora box12:13
efrancolaportethanks h1st012:13
slavikadamorjames: copying files?12:13
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adamorjamessalvik, yes12:13
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magnetronkunwon1: you could try to enable compression12:14
slavikadamorjames: memorize the following: tar cpf - -C /source/dir . | tar xpf - -C /dest/dir12:14
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slavikadamorjames: add sudo as needed :)12:14
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adamorjamesok slavik12:14
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BlkGhostis There an alt + ctrl or something like that to hot switch between wokspaces...12:15
eboyjrBlkGhost: Ctrl+Alt+ Left or right12:15
PF|WSTPalt + ctrl + left/right12:15
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BubbelsHas anyone any idea? How I can use ACL's through CIFS with nautilis/Eiciel? I'm getting  "Operation not Supported", while smbcacls neatly displays the ACL's...12:15
Jack_Sparrowslavik: that is a cool use for tar that I had not considered.12:15
PF|WSTPmagnetron: how do you enable compression for ssh12:15
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kunwon1magnetron, compression slows down connections unless you're on something very slow. e.g. a dial-up modem12:16
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HHP21Hey guys, does anyone know how to change folder icons? I don't like how the folder icons look, and I want to change them. I know you can put emblems on them, but that's not enough. Anyone?12:17
DudiHI how can I active Conky12:17
magnetronPF|WSTP: depends on which client you use, ssh -C for the one that ships with Ubuntu12:17
slavikJack_Sparrow: learned it when I took a sys admin class, from someone more experienced12:17
magnetronkunwon1: just a thought12:17
PF|WSTPmagnetron: I use OpenSSH-server12:17
PF|WSTPand putty as client12:17
slavikHHP21: learn about themes and such12:17
kunwon1My theory is that there's a built-in delay in the sshd12:17
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Stormx2Hey folks. I used to rip my CDs with a pretty bad ripper, and as a result some MP3s incorrectly report their length (e.g. 30 minutes). How could I fix this?12:17
magnetronPF|WSTP:there is a check box in the putty settings12:18
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PF|WSTPmagnetron: ok12:18
Puppy_are laser printers ok in Ubuntu?12:18
Jack_Sparrowslavik: That is a space between the dashes right and a period before the bang?12:18
magnetronPuppy_: yes, depends on which printer it is.12:18
BlkGhostahhh can't use the Alt + CTRL left or right in VMware ..12:18
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compengi!printers ! Puppy_12:18
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slavikJack_Sparrow: yes12:18
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magnetron!hardware | Puppy_12:18
ubotuPuppy_: For lists of supported hardware on Ubuntu see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport12:18
compengi!printer ! Puppy_12:19
Puppy_magnetron: thank you! :)12:19
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Dudisoooo.....how can I active conky when I download it12:19
efrancolaportehey kino cant import .mpg files, can i do anything about it?12:19
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compengiDudi, what do you mean by active conky?12:20
GreenJelly_linuxhey, I just installed ubuntu, and was put into a command prompt... did I install the server version, or do I have to manually setup X-Windows?12:20
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tapasGreenJelly_linux: i suppose you installed the server version12:20
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tapasGreenJelly_linux: can you login and run X?12:20
Pie-rat1WHYYYYYYY is it so hard to find a program that autodetects hardware and writes an xorg.conf file? that's what happens every time someone starts a livecd, why is it so hard to find the script that does it?12:20
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adamorjamesslovak it didn't work, I'm using a livecd so I don't think it's reading the directory to the partition I want to get to12:21
GreenJelly_linuxtapas its startx right?12:21
tapasGreenJelly_linux: erm, yes12:21
tapasof course ;)12:21
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Dudicompengi: I mean that when I download( sudo spt-get install conky) it i can't see it on my screen. Why?12:21
magnetronPie-rat1: that script works until you installed proprietary graphic drivers12:21
magnetronDudi: type "conky" in a terminal12:22
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GreenJelly_linuxIt says its not started... I assume this means I have the server version12:22
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Pie-rat1magnetron: i don't care about proprietary drivers.12:22
GreenJelly_linux*not installed12:22
compengiDudi, maybe it's icon is set in applications12:22
magnetron!fixres | Pie-rat112:22
ubotuPie-rat1: The X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type  sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart  in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto12:22
tapasGreenJelly_linux: i guess so :)12:22
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bastid_raZorconky is not in applications ..i had to manually add it12:22
tapasGreenJelly_linux: install ubuntu-desktop or kubuntu-desktop12:22
diafichow do you get an ATI card to behave?12:22
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magnetron!ati | diafic12:22
ubotudiafic: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto12:23
diaficI need a compiz/ati howto or something12:23
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bastid_raZorusing conky via terminal helps with troubleshooting12:23
compengi!compiz | diafic12:23
ubotudiafic: Compiz (compositing window manager) and XGL (X server architecture layered on top of OpenGL) - Howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager - See http://tinyurl.com/pw5ez for Kubuntu systems - Help in #ubuntu-effects12:23
magnetrondiafic: try asking in #ubuntu-effects12:23
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HHP21slavik: Figured it out, thanks :)12:23
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neverblueiShock, get it?12:23
Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: I think you are going to need the path like tar cpf - -C /media/sda5 ....12:23
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GreenJelly_linuxtapas instal ubuntu-desktop doesnt work...12:24
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Dudimagnetron:  how can I move it to another corner?12:24
GreenJelly_linuxtapas says it needs more commands12:24
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quaal2what is the add/remove programs thing called12:25
quaal2synaptic ?12:25
neverbluesynaptic, yes12:25
bcbooteRRsynaptic is the package manager12:25
quaal2well apparently it just froze12:25
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magnetronDudi: use the -x and the -y arguments. http://conky.sourceforge.net/docs.html12:25
neverbluequaal2 errors?12:25
bcbooteRRtheres also just an add remove programs12:25
quaal2while trying to remove macromedia flash plugin12:25
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slaviksynaptic is a gtk2 front-end to apt :)12:25
compengiquaal2, could be working12:26
linxuz3rhow do i install compiz-fusion?12:26
quaal2no, its just got the spinning wheel cursor12:26
quaal2and nothing is functional12:26
howlingmadhowiewow 1117 users :)12:26
neverbluequaal2 close it, and do your installing/removing from command line12:26
compengi!compiz | linxuz3r12:26
ubotulinxuz3r: Compiz (compositing window manager) and XGL (X server architecture layered on top of OpenGL) - Howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager - See http://tinyurl.com/pw5ez for Kubuntu systems - Help in #ubuntu-effects12:26
neverbluelots more output12:26
quaal2neverblue, i usually do.12:26
Paddy_EIREneverblue, whats the basic version called at the bottom of the Applications Menu and how would I launch that if the link/icon was not there12:26
neverbluePaddy_EIRE, ?12:26
tapasGreenJelly_linux: apt-get install kubuntu-desktop12:26
tapasGreenJelly_linux: show me the exact error msg [pastebin] 12:27
Paddy_EIREneverblue, synaptics add/remove12:27
Pirate_HunterI dont know if this is the right place to ask this but does open-office word have a thesaurus? im used to MS word and i know it has but what about open-office word?12:27
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adamorjamesjack, sda doesn't work. disk-2 does but it gives this kind of errors on everything "Cannot open: Permission denied" and such12:27
Dudimagnetron:  thanks a lot......by the way...may you know some light theam for Gnome 2.X12:27
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adamorjamesjack, I used sudo btw12:27
slavikPirate_Hunter: yes it does12:28
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Pirate_Hunterslavik : hmm been trying to find it, would you mind telling me where to find it12:28
slaviktools -> language12:29
slavikor shift+f712:29
taime1how do i assign an ip and gateway to my computer so i can join a different network?12:29
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Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: Just trying to give you an example, I couldnt possibly guess your mount names..12:29
slaviktaime1: virtual lans?12:29
Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: Glad it is now working12:29
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taime1slavik: i guess it is..12:30
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adamorjamesjack, it will not cop though12:30
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slaviktaime1: network manager will do that for you :)12:30
Paddy_EIREneverblue, ah, its ok its called gnome-app-install12:30
DudiMay you know why conky don't respawn?12:30
Jack_Sparrowadamorjames:  What error12:30
slavikDudi: what is your native language?12:30
compengiadamorjames, are you trying to copy from the terminal?12:30
taime1i know that in windows, i change the tcp/ip properties and asign the ip there... and thats basicaly what i want to do to this machine.... i have used network manager to change the static ip... but that did not work12:30
meyouok can someone tell me if this looks right or should the boot flag be on a different partition?12:30
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adamorjamesjack, permission denied12:31
adamorjamescompen, yes12:31
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slaviktaime1: that is how you change the ip ... or are you talking about a wireless LAN?12:31
Dudislovik: "native"?12:31
Dudislavik: native..?12:31
slavikDudi: first language you learned to speak12:31
compengiadamorjames, use ctrl+shift+v to paste and ctrl+shift+c to copy12:31
howlingmadhowietaimel: you have to set ip-address, gateway-address and probably dns-address. i'm still not sure what you want to do12:32
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adamorjamesno not that compen12:32
Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: I have moved my var/cache/apt/archives using gksudo nautilus and "show hidden files"12:32
Dudislavik: you mean national.....Polish12:32
slavikcompengi: why the shift?12:32
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about po - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:32
linxuz3rcan i use fiesty fawn in gutsy gibbon?12:32
taime1slavik: not a wireless... just a different netwok... its as opposed to
slavikoni pognali, net polskogo kanala12:32
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adamorjamesok jack I'll try12:32
slaviktaime1: what difference does it make?12:32
neverblue2how do you ssh tunnel, so you can use GUI apps, not just a shell, on the server AND client side?12:32
compengislavik, you need to add it to be able to copy/paste in terminal12:32
Dudislavik: jestes polakiem?12:33
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: you must edit /etc/ssh/ssh_config to allow tunneling of x11 applications12:33
slavikDudi: russkiy i nemnogo ukrainskogo12:33
WaxyFreshwhats the comand to see what hardware i have on a desktop?does lspci work or is that just for laptops?12:33
slavikcompengi: text?12:33
slowz3rAny recomendations on a all around good music player for ubuntu12:33
compengislavik, yeah anything from the terminal12:33
howlingmadhowieWaxyFresh: lspci will work (if it's installed)12:34
taime1slavik: because one is a network that only certain computers use to communicate... and thats the one i want this machine to be on12:34
slavikcompengi: will keep it in mind, ty12:34
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neverblue2Tunnel yes howlingmadhowie ?12:34
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compengislabby, np ;)12:34
WaxyFreshslowz3r: ryhtembox12:34
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slabbycompengi, how long ago is that from?12:34
slowz3rWaxyFresh: i was using that but i gave up in getting the mpeg 4 pluggins couldnt find them12:34
slaviktaime1: a network is defined physically, unless it is a virtual network (then you have a very expensive switch)12:34
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compengislabby, what do you mean?12:35
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slaviktaime1: now, do you have 2 routers on the same network?12:35
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slabbycompengi, what you saying np for?12:35
mike1234hi guys i have just managed to get wine to work to play some games, the only thing is that sometimes the game move's to quick like scrolling the mouse its way to sensetive, is there a way to adjust this, i think i can rember in windows you could turn something like hardware aceleartion off12:35
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adamorjamesit's working jack but I hope it copies everything xD12:35
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WaxyFresh!mpeg | slowz3r12:35
ubotuslowz3r: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats12:35
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: in /etc/ssh/ssh_config change ForwardX11Agent to yes. then if you use ssh on this computer to login to an ssh server on another, you can start graphical programs on the second computer and see them on the first12:35
compengislabby, oh sorry by mistake12:35
Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: When done, check the overall size and number of files12:35
slabbycompengi, np12:35
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compengislabby, it was for slavik12:36
adamorjamesok jack12:36
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neverblue2howlingmadhowie, adding what tag when connecting?12:36
slavikhuh? what?12:36
slabbyCan anyone tell me how I can make my FAT32 drive on my ubuntu PC shared over my network12:36
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Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: Save that command slavik gave you it is very useful12:36
slavikslabby: read the samba wiki page12:36
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neverblue2slabby, same machine?12:36
adamorjamesok jack12:36
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slavikJack_Sparrow: I memorized it, but think about what it does and you can remember ...12:36
wepeelHi all, my wireless card stopped searching for wireless networks. What can I do12:37
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slabbyneverblue2, between a ubuntu machine and my xp machine12:37
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jussi_anyone know good software for ubuntu to monitor hdd/GPU/CPU temperature?12:37
neverblue2slabby, read about Samba12:37
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wepeelunder network>general the checkbox is checked to search12:37
Jack_Sparrowslavik: I knew instantly what it did, just never thought to do it that way12:37
Brandenwhat packages are needed to compile simple introductory programs in C?12:37
ubotusamba is is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html - Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT12:37
slavikBranden: build-essential12:37
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compengislabby, did you try adding it in administration share folder?12:37
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IdleOneBranden, build-essential12:37
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bioswordciao a tutti12:37
slabbycompengi, no12:37
Brandenthank you12:37
slavikexcept swat won't work, because the root account is disabled12:37
IdleOne!it | biosword12:37
ubotubiosword: Vai su #ubuntu-it o su #kubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie!12:37
ubotuMozesz uzyskac pomoc w jezyku polskim na #ubuntu-pl12:38
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: you don't have to add a tag, just ssh <target computer> -l <name of a valid user on target computer>12:38
bioswordchi? puo' aiutarmi?12:38
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slavikvon on ...12:38
compengislabby, you need to configure and install also samba for windows share12:38
slavikpizdets ...12:38
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neverblue2howlingmadhowie, I dont believe u :P12:38
compengi!samba > slabby12:38
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bioswordragazzi un canal eper l'aiuto?12:38
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compengislabby, there is a guide on how to make your share folder be seen and accessible by windows machines12:39
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neverblue2so when I edit that line on system A, then use system B to connect to system A, I can run any GUI app, as long as its installed on B as well ?12:39
slabbycompengi, https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently     ??12:39
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ghs_alexhello all.12:39
adamorjamesjack, do you thin k it will recognize the new var path? it is in my distros / partition in the var folder that was already there but not being used12:39
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ghs_alexi have a question regarding firewalls and allowing all traffic on my network12:39
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compengislabby, yeah12:40
IdleOne!iptables | ghs_alex12:40
slavikneverblue2: doesn't have to be isntalled on system you run it from (system b) :P (it's tunneling the image of the app)12:40
ubotughs_alex: Ubuntu, like any other linux distribution, has firewall capabilities built-in. The firewall is managed using the 'iptables' command (see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IptablesHowTo), or GUI applications such as Firestarter (Gnome) or Guarddog (KDE).12:40
sansanaI have a little problem with global shortcuts, would somebody like to help me?12:40
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Jack_Sparrowadamorjames:  NOt sure on that, I have never tried to split out a var to its' own partition12:40
neverblue2slavik, so all the 'stored' files are stored on A, even though I am accessing it from B ?12:40
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diaficI have done a ATI driver install, and I still have the curse of mesa-indirect12:41
slavikneverblue2: the app only sees the system it is running/installed on12:41
adamorjamesjack, I'm doing the opposite I'm trying to merge it in12:41
slavikdiafic: disable compositing12:41
Yoyoooohow to upgrade from Etch to Lenny12:41
diaficslavik, why?12:41
slabbycompengi, you sure that guide is right? i need to share the drive plugged into linux pc to the windows pc12:41
neverblue2slavik, cool, thanks, but I still just need to ssh like I normally would, no extra flags?12:41
teratomawhat is lenny12:41
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PriceChildYoyoooo, this is #ubuntu not #debian12:41
IdleOneYoyoooo, what distro?12:41
slavikdiafic: because that is what will solve your problem12:41
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: if you edit that line on systema and connect from system a to the ssh server on system b, graphical applications on system b will start in system a12:41
neverblue2!lenny | teratoma12:42
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about lenny - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:42
compengislabby, yeah i had made it once12:42
slavikneverblue2: pretty much12:42
IdleOneYoyoooo, /join #debian12:42
diaficBut I want to use compiz...12:42
diaficon my ATI machine12:42
BlkGhostWhy does the Network Activity Monitor always say its at 0%12:42
teratoma!automatix | neverblue212:42
ubotuneverblue2: 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 !WorksForMe12:42
slavikdiafic: look up xgl12:42
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about twss - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi12:42
GreenJelly_linuxtapas I cant do much with the comand promp... pastebin is a bit much to do with no X Windows.  Ill install the non-server version12:42
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HHermanshi, I'm having a problem with apt-get update... even when I use a new sources.list, I get the following line when I try to update: "Failed to fetch http://wine.budgetdedicated.com/apt/dists/dapper/Release  Unable to find expected entry  main/binary-amd64/Packages in Meta-index file (malformed Release file?)". Where is this wine URL coming from? It's not in sources.list12:42
ghs_alexi want to enable the firewall, but want to enable all local network traffic.  is there an easy solution, or do i have to create a rule for each ip on the nework12:42
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slavikHHermans: there is a lists.d dir :)12:43
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zythHHermans, did you sudo apt-get update ?12:43
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wepeelok, so at home my wireless card finds my wireless connection fine. awa from home is a different story. When I go to choose the hosts, nothing show up, other than my home network. What gives?12:43
HHermanszyth: yes, i did12:43
Hali_303hi! what graphical sensors package should I DL for ubuntu?12:43
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neverblue2!repeat | teratoma12:43
ubotuteratoma: 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 !patience12:43
adamorjamesjack if it doesn't work I might be back, ok jack? xD12:43
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ubotuInformation about registering your Freenode nick is at http://freenode.net/faq.shtml#contents-userregistration12:43
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Jack_Sparrowadamorjames: I doubt it will work...12:44
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neverblue2hey WaxyFresh12:44
teratomaneverblue2: i was just making fun of you12:44
neverblue2u on other networks, or did you just steal someone else's nick :)12:44
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teratomaneverblue2: dunno why you decided to get the bot to look up 'lenny' and pipe it to me12:44
neverblue2teratoma, right back atcha ;)12:44
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sansanais there anyway to change a music player which is used in keyboard shortcuts ?12:45
HHermansslavik: thanks :)12:45
neverblue2<teratoma> what is lenny <-- hehe12:45
zoidberg_can anyone help me get avant-window-navigator to work properly?12:45
IdleOnesansana, edit the keyboard shortcuts12:45
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Pie-rat1magnetron: "A configuration page will appear, asking if you want to autodetect video hardware. Select yes, and you should be able to just hit enter a bunch of times to accept the autodetected configurations." It doesn't ask me to autodetect.12:45
HowGuyswhats the lastest version ?12:45
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slavikpeople need to get my hints ...12:45
ghs_alexcan anyone give me some pointers on setting the firewall to allow internet traffic, and allow all IPs on my local network12:45
IdleOne!fiesty | HowGuys12:46
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SORMANOVhow can i protect my self from being sniffed, someone is sniffing traffic between me and the lan gateway, and he can get my passwords over there ...12:46
howlingmadhowieghs_alex do you need to configure your router?12:46
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neverblue2ghs_alex, firewall or router?12:46
sansanaIdleOne: how do I do it? the only thing I can edit there are the shortcuts :(12:46
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slavikneverblue2: you're useless ...12:46
BlkGhostWhy does the Network Activity Monitor always say its at 0%12:46
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neverblue2slavik, i would have to disagree12:46
zoidberg_can anyone help me get avant-window-navigator to work properly?12:46
slavikBlkGhost: 0% on 100Mbit level?12:46
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|thunderwhere is my gnome 2.18.2 ?12:46
slavikneverblue2: see? you didn't get my hint xD12:46
BlkGhostnever mind12:47
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BlkGhostits going now :)12:47
BlkGhostthanks people12:47
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slavikBlkGhost: that "stuff" started downloading finally? ;)12:47
compengiBlkGhost, add to your panel network monitor, it's good12:47
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BlkGhostThats what I did12:48
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BlkGhostI like it alit12:48
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compengiBlkGhost, enjoy12:48
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neverblue2how do you restart the sshd service?12:48
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IdleOnesansana, System>Preferences>Prefered Applications12:48
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BlkGhostAny other good network tools for ubuntu ?12:48
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compengiBlkGhost, like what?12:49
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mweneverblue2, sudo /etc/init.d/ssh start but it should autostart by default if installed12:49
neverblue2thats the ssh client, itsnt it?12:49
YoyooooGuys, how to upgrade to Gutsy by aptitude?12:49
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neverblue2not the dameon...12:49
eubey_laptopcan someone help me install gimp from the cvs>12:49
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mweneverblue2, no12:49
neverblue2mwe thanks12:49
mweneverblue2, the ssh cient is started by typing ssh host blah ...12:50
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IdleOneYoyoooo, you dont want to right now...try asking in #ubuntu+112:50
neverblue2mwe, pls read initial question again :)12:50
mweneverblue2, I think you asked that before I entered the room12:51
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neverblue2slavik, just restarting the service wont fix it?12:51
sansanaIdleOne: the  applications I can change there are Web Browser,  Mail Reader and Terminal Emulator, no sign of a Music Player12:51
mweneverblue2, just saw how do I start the ssh server12:51
Flare183Is there application avaiable for linux that can convert an audio file to text?12:51
compengineverblue2, sudo /etc/init.d/ssh restart12:51
slavikneverblue2: when you change the sshd config, you have to restart it12:51
neverblue2mwe, i phrased it as restart the sshd :)12:51
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neverblue2slavik, (mozilla-thunderbird-bin:26519): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display:12:51
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mweneverblue2, oh whet compengi says then. sorry12:51
neverblue2as a test...12:51
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: if you've just changed the ssh_config file, you don't have to restart any ssh servers12:52
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needhelpHi, Help needed! I have installed WinXP and then just recently Ubuntu 704. Now trying to setup dualboot with grub. I have this partitionlayout: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/31169/ . Ubuntu loads fine, but I have not found a way to make Grub load Windows. How do I make Windows load from Grub ?12:52
IdleOnesansana, you should have a tab that says Multimedia click it12:52
BlkGhostcompengi:  something cool .. .;)12:52
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neverblue2howlingmadhowie, still not able to connect and run gui :(12:52
sansanaIdleOne: but there's no such tab12:52
IdleOnesansana, what version of ubuntu you running12:52
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compengiBlkGhost, lol try netwok tools in administration12:52
YoyooooIdleOne but do you have any idea if its possible ?12:52
sansanaI have only Internet and System12:52
slavikneverblue2: client has to be started with -X option I believe12:52
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sansana7.04 with ubuntustudio12:52
IdleOneYoyoooo, yes it is possible I did it today12:53
neverblue2client meaning?12:53
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: i'm wondering if you've done the right configuration changes on the right boxes.12:53
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slavikthe one doing the connecting12:53
Flare183needhelp:> It you should have a have the option on grub to go down and select Windows XP12:53
Flare183Is there application avaiable for linux that can convert an audio file to text?12:53
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, no boxes here :)12:53
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: i do this everyday myself, you don't need any flags :)12:53
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slavikFlare183: how do you convert and audio file to text? in what sense?12:53
neverblue2i edited that one ssh file, sshd_config12:53
IdleOnesansana, try asking in #ubuntustudio perhaps they changed the GUI somewhat12:53
neverblue2and that was it12:53
sansanaIdleOne: ok, thank you :)12:54
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: ssh_config you have to edit12:54
Flare183slavik:> like take a mp3 file that has a recording of a speech and convert that speech into a text file12:54
joe-fwhat bandwidth monitoring software would you guys recommend?  i just want to see my servers up/down throughput12:54
bcbooteRRis anyone in here running A T60 thinkpad??12:54
neverblue2yeah, thats the one I did, bad copy/paste12:54
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NubbieFlare183: like speech recognition...12:54
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mwebcbooteRR, X4012:54
slavikFlare183: never knew that was possible, without training the program and such12:54
Flare183slavik:> yeah12:54
neverblue2uncommented out:   ForwardX11Trusted yes12:54
matthew_Halp. XGL is providing a scrambled image12:54
compengijoe-f, gui or command line/12:54
ubotuThe /etc/fstab file indicates how drive partitions are to be used or otherwise integrated into the file system. See http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html and !Partitions12:54
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: the ssh server is  preconfigured to try to forward windows. the ssh client must be configured to accept the forwarded window12:54
bcbooteRRughhh, im trying to find the most compatible linux,bsd for it. Besides suse12:54
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joe-fcompengi: command line - i just tried bmon -?12:55
Nubbiematthew_: get help in #ubuntu-effects12:55
Flare183slavik:> any at all doesn't matter if I have to train it12:55
matthew_Nubbie: thats the one!12:55
matthew_I forgot the channel12:55
slavikFlare183: dunno if there is such a thing (at all)12:55
compengijoe-f, i don't know any command line ones sorry12:55
neverblue2I did the changes on both the server and the client howlingmadhowie12:55
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neverblue2not I am trying to connect remotely, and I had the previously posted error12:55
neverblue2Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display:12:56
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: try with a smaller program. try something like xeyes12:56
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neverblue2cannot open display for xeyes12:56
barbarellajoe-f:man bmon12:56
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compengijoe-f, try in your terminal "apt-cache search network monitor"12:56
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: okay, this is a configuration problem12:56
bcbooteRRis Suse anygood????12:56
slavikbcbooteRR: no12:57
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: can you paste your ssh_config from the computer which you are using to connect from on pastebin?12:57
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bcbooteRRslavik, why dont you like suse>12:57
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slavikbcbooteRR: because ubuntu is better12:57
BaD_CrChello peeps12:57
golden_agoutineedhelp: Can you show your grub configuration? (/boot/grub/menu.lst)12:57
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matthew_Real reason: Suse is german12:57
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bcbooteRRsuse has more support for my hardware though..12:57
NubbieBaD_CrC: can you turn off your away messages please?12:57
Nubbiematthew_: what's wrong with germany?12:57
neverblue2sure howlingmadhowie one sec12:57
bcbooteRRubuntu's suspend to ram didn't work12:57
BaD_CrChaw, i typed it12:57
howlingmadhowiebcbooteRR because suse has a picture of a chameleon and ubuntu has pictures of scantily clad people :)12:57
barbarellai don't like yast12:58
joe-fcompengi: sweet, bmon is doing a great job12:58
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matthew_Nubbie: I was saying that suse is german12:58
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compengijoe-f, np12:58
Flare183slavik:> like Dragon Naturally Speaking for Windows12:58
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matthew_Germany is serious business.12:58
howlingmadhowiesuse hasn't been german for a while now :(12:58
matthew_Never see germans forking about on the 'net12:58
matthew_hasn't it?12:58
howlingmadhowieit got bought up by novell12:59
neverblue2howlingmadhowie,  http://www.pastebin.ca/63255912:59
matthew_Oh, well then the build quality has probably gone down hill12:59
jmad980I used to use suse12:59
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ubotu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!12:59
Nubbiethankyou idleone.12:59
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slavikFlare183: but does it handle audio files?12:59
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: can you change forwardX11 to yes, not just forwardX11trusted?12:59
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neverblue2comment out the latter?01:00
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neverblue2howlingmadhowie, comment out the forwardX11trusted ?01:00
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: good idea, comment it out.  :)01:01
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needhelpFlare183: yes there is a Windows-option in the GRUB-menu, but by selecting it, theres just a message saying "Starting up... GRUB", and nothing more happens before I manually reboot the comp.01:01
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codecainedoes kylix work on ubuntu?01:01
slaviknovell is in bed with ms and the samba dev left novell for google, which IMO says something01:01
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Nubbiegoogle shouldn't be trusted 100% either lets not forget, and we're still off topic.01:02
needhelpgolden_agouti: I would paste the menu.1st file, but its too long, and its on a different comp without network. Anything in it you want to know ?01:02
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teratomatrust no one01:02
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, had this error when I connected: (not sure if its related) /usr/bin/X11/xauth:  error in locking authority file /home/profx/.Xauthority01:02
Nubbieneedhelp: post it to pastebin.01:02
barbarellaneedhelp:can you pastebin your menu.lst?01:02
toad__how do you install flash player i am new to kubuntu01:02
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IdleOne!flash | toad__01:02
ubotutoad__: To install Flash see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/Flash - Flash 9 is now available in dapper-backports and edgy-backports - See also !Restricted and !Gnash01:02
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/31171/01:03
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neverblue2X11 connection rejected because of wrong authentication.01:03
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IdleOnetoad__, you might also want to join #kubuntu01:03
golden_agoutineedhelp: Well I could compare it to my setup since I also use dual boot.01:03
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: do you have (k)ubuntu on both computers?01:03
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neverblue2 xeyes X11 connection rejected because of wrong authentication.X connection to localhost:10.0 broken (explicit kill or server shutdown).01:04
needhelpNubbie, barbarella: No. I would, but the reason for it that I cant, is that its on another computer in another room that has no network. Its not this computer Im sitting on right now Im trying to fix...01:04
jawsh_is it like this everyday in here?01:04
neverblue2jawsh_, mostly01:04
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jawsh_my ubuntu  machine runs so sm00v301:04
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: how are you logging in through ssh? can you paste a typical session?01:04
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needhelpgolden_agouti: I can get the Windows-entry if thats the important part of it... ?01:04
jawsh_easiest distro eVah01:04
neverblue2ssh -p 0000 host_name01:05
jawsh_not that i'm bragging or anything01:05
needhelpNubbie, barbarella: But I can read through it and check for certain things..01:05
golden_agoutineedhelp: Yes, that might be helpful01:05
neverblue2i am tunnelling, if that makes a difference?01:05
compengitoad__, "sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras" it contains flash and much more01:05
toad__cheers for that01:05
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: why -p 0000 ?01:05
neverblue2because im tunnelling :)01:06
barbarellaneedhelp:look at http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/html_node/01:06
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royelneverblue2: what does the switch -p do an why the 0000?01:06
IdleOnetoad__, you need to check with #kubuntu on the package name01:06
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: and you can connect to the ssh server on the other end?01:06
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needhelpgolden_agouti: I have for some reason two Windows entries. First one is: root (hd0,0) \ savedefault \ makeactive \ chainloader +1. Other one is root (hd2,0) \ savedefault \ makeactive \ map (hd0) (hd2) \ map (hd2) (hd0) \ chainloader +101:06
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, i can connect fine, just not X apps01:06
wepeelHi all, I tried to hibernate my laptop and now swap won't mount. What can I do?01:07
neverblue2royel, howlingmadhowie is taking care of it, thanks though :)01:07
barbarellaneedhelp:oops you don't have any networking.01:07
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SafroleIs it possible to allow a program automatic access to a keyring in Feisty?01:07
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: i don't understand why you need -p 0000. i didn'T think port number 0 was defined01:07
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, its an example....01:07
Safrole(so I don't have to keep typing in the keyring password01:07
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needhelpbarbarella: thats right. No network atm on the comp I try to fix01:07
royelneverblue2: I wasn't offering any help, was asking why you use -p 0000, I dont think you need that option, but am curious as to your reason01:07
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: a-ha that could be the problem01:08
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barbarellaneedhelp:read what golden_agouti said01:08
neverblue2royel, and as I explained twice, its to tunnel01:08
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, why is that?01:08
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: so your sshd on the other computer responds to port number 12345 (or whatever)01:08
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neverblue2no, it runs on port 2201:08
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neverblue2its tunneled through a gateway01:08
kunwon1I've solved my problem of very slow SSH connections by adding an entry for the server to the client's /etc/hosts, in case anyone is wondering. SSH is now lightning fast01:09
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=== neverblue2 suprised howlingmadhowie doesnt know about tunneling :)
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: a gateway that changes the ports? i've never done that myself (well, not for ssh)01:09
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neverblue2howlingmadhowie, doesnt matter what port # it is really01:09
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adrianhow can disable the ir_common module in Feisty? It's blocking lirc01:09
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cafuegoblacklist the module; /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist01:10
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, its just an open port, that forwards to a system behind the gateway, and can offer any service, in this case, ssh01:10
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needhelpbarbarella: when? seems I cant find what he just said...01:10
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: so it recognises the request as an ssh request and alerts the ssh-server?01:10
shiteki-jibaku(i have a question, and it seems quite busy in here... v.v)01:10
barbarellaneedhelp:vi menu.lst...  line 39, 40, 41, 4201:10
golden_agoutineedhelp: let me think a bit what that config means.01:10
needhelpgolden_agouti: sure01:11
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, the sshd listens on the port, the ssh client just designates a port, then the request to the d gets passed through that port on the gateway, to the appropriate ip01:11
needhelpbarbarella: what about those lines? shall I paste line 39-42 from my menufile ?01:11
igr0How can I view all existing users?01:12
cafuegoigr0: getent passwd01:12
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, now whose schooling who :)01:12
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: what i don't understand is why the ssh server handles the request if it doesn't come in on port 2201:12
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compengiigr0, type "who" in terminal01:12
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, but it does :)01:12
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adriancafuego: I read that the module can't be "deleted" because is needed by the bttv module01:12
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, you have never used a gateway I guess :)01:12
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: what happens if you leave out the -p 0000 ?01:12
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shiteki-jibakuwell, can someone answer a question for me...?01:13
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cafuegoadrian: bttw needs an infrared driver? That sounds broken.01:13
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: well, not like that i haven't. usually i'm happy enough with nat-translation01:13
compengi!ask shiteki-jibaku01:13
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barbarellaneedhelp:what is you disk layout?01:13
compengi!ask | shiteki-jibaku01:14
ubotushiteki-jibaku: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)01:14
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shiteki-jibakuIs my registration at the Ubuntu forums not working because the word 'shit' is in my name?01:14
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, well anyways, i cannot get X running I guess01:14
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compengishiteki-jibaku, it could be ;)01:14
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: we'll get this working01:14
Priceyshiteki-jibaku, #ubuntuforums please and I'll take al ook01:14
needhelpbarbarella: this: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/31169/01:14
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cafuegoshiteki-jibaku: Maybe, th forums are an unofficial someone else's project though afaik01:14
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Priceycafuego, the forums are official01:15
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, my admin is telling me it is IP AND port specific01:15
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barbarellaneedhelp:so you have network connection01:15
neverblue2so the gateway does direct it to my sshd when a request comes from that port01:15
wepeelI so a swapon -a and get /dev/hdc5 Invalid argument. How do I veiw the partition table?01:15
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: so what happens if you miss off the -p 0000? does it just do nothing?01:15
cafuegoendorsed by canonical and everything? well, there ya go01:15
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neverblue2howlingmadhowie, i need a washroom break, ill brb01:16
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needhelpbarbarella: yes on *this* computer ofcourse, else I wouldnt be on IRC right now. But the computer I try to fix is in another room without any networkconnections.01:16
barbarellawepeel:cfdisk /dev/hdc01:16
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brimuehello, I'd like to know if I can download content off my camera via firewire using ubuntu01:17
DiKKyhi i was wondering if anyone knows how to make mplayer(gmplayer) the default application to open video files with from nautilus rather than totem?01:17
wepeelbarbarella, that give me hdc5 no flags logical LInux Swap / Solaris01:17
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adrianbrimue: try kino01:17
barbarellaneedhelp:so can you pastebin your menu.lst01:17
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wepeelbarbarella, but my swap partition is not being mounted during startup01:18
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brimuedoes ubuntu recogniye firewire connections as plug and play?01:18
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Minty_hey could some one help me with a networking issue please01:18
adrianits a program for DV video, i think it's on the official repositories01:18
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nickrudDiKKy, right click a video file of the desired type, at the bottom of the menu select properties, and in the dialog window select the tab open with01:18
LouisvilleLIP!ask | Minty_01:18
ubotuMinty_: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)01:18
IdleOnebrimue, give it a try01:18
Minty_i hav a laptop next to me running ubuntu 7.04 has a zyxel wirless card in it asn can see my router down stairs but it keeps asking me for a wep key but i havent set 1 up :'(01:18
DiKKynickrud: thanks01:18
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LouisvilleLIPMInty_: are you sure you are seeing the correct router?01:19
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barbarellawepeel:and whitout the a option?01:19
DARKGuyhey, how can I open a new GDM screen in a new display through the terminal ?01:19
Simo1where can I get help for AWN01:19
compengiSimo1, hello01:19
golden_agoutineedhelp: from your fstab config i get that you have 2 hard drives and a USB/SCSI device?01:19
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Minty_itspicking up the signal01:19
Minty_and that01:19
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about awn - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:19
needhelpbarbarella: how? ofcourse I can pastebin menu.1st from *this* computer which Im sitting on right now, but this is not the trouble-computer01:19
compengiSimo1, what's AWN?01:19
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, only one port is open for it on the gateway01:19
brimuethanks, adrian and Idleone, I'll try it out01:19
wepeelbarbarella, just gives me the options for the command swapon01:19
LouisvilleLIPMinty_: pastebin the output of iwconfig01:20
Simo1avant windows manager01:20
Minty_but keeps saying i need to enter the passphrase etc but my router settings have no securtiy basically01:20
needhelpgolden_agouti: thats right01:20
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golden_agoutineedhelp: your windows installation is on /dev/sda1 ?01:20
Simo1avant windows navigator01:20
Simo1someone here who can help out with it01:20
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Minty_ok i got to right it up01:20
needhelpgolden_agouti: thats right01:20
barbarellaneedhelp:did you set the main disk to boot from as usb or sata?01:20
barbarellaneedhelp:in the bios01:21
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needhelpbarbarella: none, Im running IDE and SCSI....01:21
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compengiSimo1, what do you want to know about it?01:21
needhelpbarbarella: I've tried setting both first01:21
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neverblue2howlingmadhowie, not to set a time limit, but I have to run in like 1001:21
barbarellaneedhelp:i think you have to set some thinks right in the bios01:22
Simo1I installed it and the launcher/taskabr applet works fine, but none of the other applets work01:22
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: that's wierd. how does it know, that that's an ssh request? can you access other services or just ssh?01:22
Justi1How do I resize my ubuntu partition?01:22
Simo1furthermore I can't add launchers01:22
mzanfardinoI need to adjust the priority of a process in memory.  how do to downgrade the priority of another application?01:22
quaal2how do i find out what ati card is in this computer01:22
quaal2without taking it apart01:22
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about gpart - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:22
Simo1only the window navigator working01:22
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ubotuGParted 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.php01:22
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neverblue2howlingmadhowie, only specific to the service, thats why you designate the IP and port01:22
LouisvilleLIP!gparted | justi101:22
ubotujusti1: please see above01:22
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: a-ha! that was the part missing from the jigsaw :)01:23
fujinhi, can anyone point me towards some package creation documentation? I'd like to create a package which installs a number of other packages (as dependancies, I assume) and then puts the relevant configuration in the correct locations01:23
Justi1louisvillelip: thanks01:23
compengiSimo1, have you done the install like http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=209330001:23
needhelpbarbarella: like what? I've changed the boot sequences plenty times with different combinations on where I let grub be installed (on /dev/hda, hda1, hda5, sda, sda1, sda5, etc)01:23
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: now i know what's going on at least :)01:23
LouisvilleLIP!spam | tim_01:23
ubotutim_: Unsure how you should behave on this channel? See !AskTheBot, !CoC, !Guidelines, !Offtopic, !Language, !Attitude, !Repeat, !Enter, !Paste, !NickSpam - and most importantly, use common sense :-)01:23
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neverblue2 i told you it earlier :P01:23
neverblue2musta missed it01:23
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 mneptok01:23
neverblue2got it ppl :)01:24
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golden_agoutineedhelp: have you tried using a seperate boot partition ?01:24
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: but it doesn't change the problem. why isn't the x-server allowing the request from the client program on the ssh server?01:24
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fujinhi, can anyone point me towards some package creation documentation? I'd like to create a package which installs a number of other packages (as dependancies, I assume) and then puts the relevant configuration in the correct locations01:24
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tabionanyone know how to setup a usb dsl connection?01:24
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Simo1I will try that method01:25
Minty_there it is01:25
golden_agoutineedhelp: I use a small (100mb ext2) boot partition on the first hd01:25
neverblue2i need to add the -X flag?01:25
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: you've got it? i never need to add a flag myself01:25
ubotuSetting up an ADSL/PPPoE connection? Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ADSLPPPoE01:25
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neverblue2same error still01:25
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neverblue2ill try connecting to anothe rbox01:26
LouisvilleLIPMInty_: what is the SSID of the network?01:26
Justi1in gparted, do I have to unmount a partition before I resize it?01:26
tonsofpcsnalioth: you around?01:26
LouisvilleLIPok, hang on01:26
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Jack_SparrowJusti1: yes01:26
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: i have a suggestion. what does the sshd_config look like on the ssh server? is X11 forwarding switched on?01:26
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needhelpgolden_agouti: not recently. But I have an ida of what could be wrong, but not the solution. My ida about whats wrong is this: There were WinXP bootfiles on both C: (sda1) AND on D: (hda1). Its only the bootfiles on C: that should be used, but GRUB tries to use the outdated bootfiles from D:. I removed the old bootfiles from D:, and now it gets in trouble with itself...01:27
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, it works on my home box01:27
Justi1jack_sparrow: is it ok to unmount the partition that is currently running ubuntu?01:27
ANON12345investigate | anon1234501:27
Jack_SparrowJusti1: Nope01:27
neverblue2must be the gateway thats causing an issue01:27
ANON12345!investigate | anon1234501:27
slabbyI have setup SMB guys but cant get access to the drive on XP01:27
Jack_SparrowJusti1: You will need to run live cd to do that01:27
Justi1jack_sparrow: okay, thanks01:27
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Jack_SparrowJusti1: Unless someone elase has a way to do it01:27
neverblue2AND I dont need the -X flag01:27
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: you mean, when you use your homebox as a client to access the ssh-server with the unusual port, you get x11 forwarding?01:27
barbarellaneedhelp:take an usb pen and copy the menu.lst file on it, then pastebin that file from your computer with internet access01:27
ANON12345How do i set-up a UDP server?01:28
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neverblue2howlingmadhowie, im at work, so connecting to my home box, X runs fine01:28
naliothtonsofpcs: hi01:28
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neverblue2howlingmadhowie, when I am sshing between boxes at work, I pass (tunnel) a gateway01:28
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neverblue2so its not working....01:28
n2diy__How can you determine which printer port is active, lshw doesn't show it, and I can't find it listed in dmesg either?01:28
neverblue2at work :/01:28
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: then i'd recommend looking at sshd_config on the ssh-server01:28
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tonsofpcserr, tim_01:28
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mojojojo_Can I save divx stream from totem to disk?01:29
neverblue2sshd_config eh?01:29
needhelpbarbarella: Ill try that.. brb01:29
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: on the server you have to configure sshd_config. on the client you have to configure ssh_config01:29
LouisvilleLIPMInty: sudo iwconfig ath0 essid NETGEAR01:29
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LouisvilleLIPMinty_: then Sudo dhclient ath001:29
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LouisvilleLIPMinty_: I'm 47% sure that will work01:30
compengimojojojo_, i don't think that it's possible01:30
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mojojojo_compengi:  why not?01:30
Minty_47% very accurate01:30
JodiHhi can anybody reccomend a mail server thats user friendly to a newbie like me01:30
LouisvilleLIPMinty_: I don't have my laptop with my cheatsheet right now01:30
neverblue2howlingmadhowie, you might be right, its accepting tunnels on port 2201:30
calythanyone seen a feisty box being dropped into the busybox shell at initramfs after the linux kernel upgrade -> 2.6.20-16?01:30
neverblue2or 'listening' I mean01:30
LouisvilleLIPMinty_: it won't break anything, just may not fix it either01:31
barbarellaLouisvilleLIP:nice calculation this 47%01:31
compengimojojojo_,  i don't think that totem has that options (feature)01:31
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neverblue2howlingmadhowie, well, end of the day01:31
mojojojo_compengi:  ok...01:31
neverblue2thanks for the talk :)01:31
LouisvilleLIPbarbarella: yeah, I rounded up too01:31
barbarellamojojojo_:mplayer can01:31
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: if it accepts ssh requests on port 22, why have the sys-admins configured an ssh server on port 0000 ? lots of questions...01:31
Minty_its doing something01:31
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neverblue2howlingmadhowie, the port 0000 was an example01:32
LouisvilleLIPMinty_: Let me know if it works.  If it does, I've earned a beer from the fridge01:32
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: i know :)01:32
Minty_no dhcp offers recieved01:32
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: anyway, my tip: have a look at /etc/ssh/sshd_config on the server01:32
Minty_no working leases in persistent database - sleeping01:32
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neverblue2i will do howlingmadhowie01:33
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neverblue2have a good night01:33
riotkittiewhy do the last two live CDs hate me so :| i just burned feisty and was looking forward to taking it for a spin but it took like an hour to get to 95% kernel loading, and after 20 mins i gave up on it going past that point01:33
LouisvilleLIPMInty_: have you tried to open a browser yet?01:33
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howlingmadhowieneverblue2: if xwindow forwarding is working between your computer at work and your computer at home, then the server at work would seem to be the computer which is configured differently01:33
eboyjrriotkittie: You may have a slow CD reader.01:33
Jack_Sparrowriotkittie: What hardware.. an older system perhaps01:33
howlingmadhowieneverblue2: same to you :) have fun!01:33
kristoferI'm trying to use banshee to import some flac files, but it doesn't let me. any ideas why?01:33
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needhelpbarbarella: Finally I got the menu.1st, http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/31179/01:33
Jack_Sparrowriotkittie: Convert to iso and reburn slower01:34
adrianif irw detects the remote fine, this means that lirc is well configured?01:34
codecaineanybody know a tutorial for shell scripting on gnome?01:34
riotkittieeboyjr: no. my dvd drives are speeeeeeeeeedy. and i have problems with everything else01:34
eboyjrriotkittie: ok01:34
eboyjrriotkittie: i tried ;)01:34
Minty_no beer 4 u01:34
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Jack_Sparrowriotkittie: What about the rest of the hardware.?01:34
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LouisvilleLIPMinty_: ok, so iwconfig now and pastebin.  Before it wasn't picking up your NETGEAR SSID01:35
riotkittieJack_Sparrow: what about it?01:35
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Jack_Sparrowriotkittie: As in MORE info..01:35
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howlingmadhowiecodecaine: shell scripting on gnome? i didn't know there were shell-scripting tutorials for particular window managers01:35
needhelpgolden_agouti: did you read my idea about what caused the trouble? Also I just pasted the menu.1st to barbarella01:35
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codecainesay you selected a file on the desktop I want to be able to read tehe file and path of the selected file01:36
bruenighowlingmadhowie, there shouldn't be, if one claims to be, it is probably someone who doesn't know what they are talking about01:36
riotkittieeh. it's hardware-y.  <shrug>01:36
barbarellaneedhelp:from line 16001:37
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barbarellaneedhelp:what's that?01:37
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terlmannI have a problem and it will take ELITE nerds to fix it01:37
codecaineI know echo @ is the selected file dont' know how to add the path to the script01:37
terlmannare you ready ?01:37
adrianif irw detects the remote fine, this means that lirc is well configured?01:37
LouisvilleLIP!ask | terlmann01:37
ubotuterlmann: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)01:37
terlmannyou asked for it01:37
howlingmadhowiebruenig: well, principally there are methods of making simple GUIs in shell scripts, but i thought the widget stuff was at least one level away from shell scripting :)01:37
codecaineelite nerds01:37
AndyhoHow do you install Lightning???01:37
terlmannI have a debian machine names A01:37
golden_agoutineedhelp: yes there's probably someting wrong with the menu.lst, let me think a bit01:37
bruenigcodecaine, pwd01:37
Minty_there u go louisiana01:37
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about lightning - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:37
terlmannand a client laptop named b01:37
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howlingmadhowiecodecaine: i'm not sure what you want to do01:38
codecaineI tried $pwd01:38
terlmannA is a debian system (desktop) which I want to serve Feisty to B01:38
bruenighowlingmadhowie, there is stuff like xdialog and such but those aren't DE specific by any measure, maybe nautilus scripts are as close as you could get to what might be considered gnome scripts01:38
terlmannover ethernet01:38
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yoyois it possible to create a umask for only specific dir?01:38
riotkittietypical dell dimension. 3gHz p4, 1gB ram. old ati card. crappy sound card.01:38
needhelpbarbarella: from line 169 is lines Grub automatically added to add Windows to the menu.01:38
needhelp160 I meant01:38
bruenigyoyo, what filesystem?01:38
yoyofor example, world writeable for all files created in /mnt/blah ?01:38
yoyoerr dir01:38
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codecainetheres a program I want to add to nautilus scripts called wipe but to delete the file I need the path and the file name of the file right clicked on01:39
LouisvilleLIPMInty_: Did you already sudo dhclient ath0?01:39
bruenigyoyo, you can set per directory permissions on ext3 no problem, just chmod it01:39
howlingmadhowiebruenig: exactly that, xdialog :)01:39
riotkittiei guess i'll suck it up and do a text install but argh :\  or maybe i'll just stick with dapper.01:39
yoyobruenig, right but if i create new dirs in it, it'll get default umask01:39
yoyoi need all dirs that get created to also be of 775 perms01:39
yoyoby any user01:39
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bruenigyoyo, why are you using umask? umask isn't necessary for filesystems that retain permissions01:40
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LouisvilleLIPMInty_: Ok, we are closer, but not done.  Let me recruit some help, this isn't terribly complicated, but I don't know the answer.01:40
yoyofor example, if i create /mnt/blah, and it's set to 77501:40
Andyhobe back in a few.. gotta reboot :)01:40
golden_agoutineedhelp: could you try disabling the first part that was automatically added?01:40
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Minty_okies :) shall i wait here???01:40
yoyoif user john goes into that dir, and creates a dir, it'll be 75501:40
howlingmadhowiecodecaine: i'm afraid i've never written scripts for nautilus01:40
yoyothe new dir being /mnt/blah/test01:40
mojojojo_barbarella:  thanks... but on the other hand... mplayer divx support doesn't work on firefox...01:40
yoyo^ that will be 755 cuz that's his umask01:40
LouisvilleLIPBruenig: Can you help MInty_, his wireless sees the router, has the essid in iwconfig, but won't connect01:40
bruenigyoyo, right got you, that is a good question01:41
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Minty_cheers louis01:41
LouisvilleLIPBruenig: you helped me a few days ago, dhclient ath0 didn't work for him01:41
bruenigLouisvilleLIP, you seemed to be doing what I would do01:41
kristoferanyone know why banshee won't import flac files? is there a plugin or something I need to install?01:41
needhelpgolden_agouti: which lines? all of the file was actually automatically written when I installed ubuntu today01:41
LouisvilleLIPMInty_: are you positive that your router doesn't have any IP/MAC address restrictions?01:42
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nickrudcodecaine, if you click open scripts folder under scripts, there's a dialog window that opens. click the arrow to open a listing of environment variables01:42
Minty_im on settings now01:42
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Minty_ill type 2 u01:42
golden_agoutineedhelp: comment all lines of the first entry01:42
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codecaineok I got how to get the path and the selected file :)01:42
Simo1I still can't get the taskbar in awn01:42
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nickrudcodecaine, and you'd probably like zenity01:42
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eboyjr!compiz fusion > me01:43
Pie-rat1dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg doesn't autodetect anything at all, it just asks me to select a driver. i have moved my external hard drive to multiple machines and it cant autodetect ANY of them.01:43
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bruenig!msgthebot | eboyjr01:43
ubotueboyjr: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (see also !Bot). Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops...01:43
needhelpgolden_agouti: line 126-131 ?01:43
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casperinCan someone help me out? Trying to install xubuntu (from ubuntu). But I get this error: "The ext3 file system creation in partition #1 of IDE1 master (hda) failed." and then it opens up a media/desk window... What do I do?01:43
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Minty_wirless options - securtiy options disable01:44
barbarellaneedhelp:is it windows or vista?01:44
bruenigcasperin, try again?01:44
nickrudme thinks gtk1 is oogly01:44
needhelpbarbarella: Win XP01:44
slabbyAnybody know about setting up teamspeak servers?01:44
golden_agoutineedhelp: no, lines 153-16401:44
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slabbyor ventrillo01:44
casperinbruenig: this was second time01:44
bruenignickrud, compile --with-gtk2 of course01:44
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nickrudbruenig, compile? If I wanted to compile, I'd use gentoo01:44
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bruenignickrud, well don't knock an app because stupid ubuntu packager didn't know what he was doing01:45
needhelpgolden_agouti: yes I'll do that, and then only have the last Windows-entry01:45
tiffanieI am a new user to Ubuntu and I am having an issue that is completely over my head. My system keeps shutting down Firefox and logging me off. When I log back on, I get an error message that reads something about having to kill a bonobo-activation-server. What do I do?01:45
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eboyjrWhat si the program that runs Windows in a separate window? I bet I could use that instead of wine, correct?01:45
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brimuehey, I get this error when running ./configure with kino 1.1.0: "configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables"01:45
nickrudbruenig, true. Since I gave up compiling, I have missed some stuff01:45
bruenig!virtualization | eboyjr01:45
ubotueboyjr: 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 applications01:45
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mantra2has anyone ever had a macbook with a core 2 working wireless? If so could you please explain how it works.01:46
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codecainein shell scripting how do you append to a string like mystring = pwd + "I want to connect this"01:46
LouisvilleLIPMinty_, still looking for an answer, but I'm just about to the end of my limited knowledge.01:46
bruenigcodecaine, string="$string new stuff"01:46
howlingmadhowiecodecaine: i'd use an echo01:47
Minty_ya i am01:47
nickrudcodecaine, you might like to install abs-guide, it's a bash scripting guide.01:47
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codecaineI want to add to different strings to 1 string01:47
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LouisvilleLIPMinty_, if I find something I'll let you know01:47
Minty_it will pick up netgear n that01:47
codecainecall ty nickrud01:47
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bruenigcodecaine, string="$pwd/filename"01:47
bruenigcodecaine, string="$(pwd)/filename"01:47
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Minty_a passphrase or encytion key is required to acess network netgear01:48
Burlynnmantra2: i have one, haven't installed ubuntu on it yet, but from my reading you probably have to use ndiswrapper to get it working, i googled about it there's quite a bit of information01:48
codecaineoh I see01:48
bruenigbarbarella, wrong01:48
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nickrudcodecaine, bruenig's last is very good, it scales01:48
mantra2We can't seem to get it working!01:48
slabbyHow do I extract a .tar.bz2 file?01:48
mantra2we tried that01:48
Minty_then it has wirless security : wep 128 pass phrase or hex or acsii01:48
bruenigbarbarella, hmm, let me see01:48
nickrudslabby, tar xf <file>01:48
ANON12345how do i set-up a server that uses the UDP protocol?01:48
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YANPCreate with Image or Create with File to make a Ubuntu CD?01:49
LouisvilleLIPMinty_, I'm 76% sure that your router settings are the issue.  Do you use the routerlogin.net method to access your settings?01:49
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bikerking16how do i get my wireless card on my macbook to work with ubuntu01:49
bruenigbarbarella, it prints (pwd)/filename with yours instead of the actualy workingdirectory/filename01:49
needhelpgolden_agouti: but there will be no difference. Grub still tries to use the old XP boot-files from the wrong partition, even if I change the device in the entry to the correct one it wont use the new one or at least wont load Windows01:50
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Minty_wtf is that01:50
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Minty_type in the ip of router n then password etc01:50
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YANPCreate with Image or Create with File to make a Ubuntu CD?01:50
bruenigMinty_, if you want to use a key with iwconfig, just do iwconfig ath0 key whateverthekeyis01:50
tiffanie I am a new user to Ubuntu and I am having an issue that is completely over my head. My system keeps shutting down Firefox and logging me off. When I log back on, I get an error message that reads something about having to kill a bonobo-activation-server. What do I do?01:50
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howlingmadhowiebarbarella: bruenig: thanks :) i've always used TEST=`pwd` and not TEST=$(pwd). do they do exactly the same thing?01:51
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barbarellabruenig:what does he want to do?01:51
bruenigbarbarella, basically wants to add a filename to the end of whatever pwd gives him01:51
Minty_but according to the router there is no key01:51
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bruenighowlingmadhowie, they do the same thing, I read someone where that ` was deprecated so I don't use it, the dollar parenthesis are easier to read too I think01:51
bruenigdon't confuse with quotes01:51
YANPCreate with Image or Create with File to make a Ubuntu CD?01:51
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LouisvilleLIPMinty_, under Wireless Settings, Security Options is set to what?01:52
howlingmadhowiebruenig: i just find it easy for perl scripting :)01:52
patrlckI'm trying to connect to a ftp server but I keep getting this error : 530 Not logged in. I've tried using 3 different software and I still can't login. Other people are able to log in so I don't know wtf I do wrong .. anybody has a clue ?01:52
needhelpbarbarella: any more suggestions?01:52
barbarellabruenig:so $string should work in the sript01:52
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oldude67YANP, with image01:52
LouisvilleLIPDo you have an "attached devices" button or tab?01:52
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YANPoldude67: thanks01:52
SafroleAnyone know how I can let a certain program have access to my keyring *without* having to type in the password for the keyring?01:52
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bikerking16wireless on ubutnu wont show up but i have a wireless card in my macbook01:53
bruenigbarbarella, you lost me01:53
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barbarellabruenig:never mind, it worked for him...i think!01:54
bruenigyeah whatever01:54
bikerking16 how do i set up wireless with ubuntu on my macbook01:54
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ANON12345How do i set up a UDP server?01:54
fujinAnyone familiar with rolling their own packages?01:54
bruenigbikerking16, do iwconfig, does it show any interfaces with wireless extensions01:54
howlingmadhowiebikerking16: you have ubuntu installed on your macbook? maybe the wireless card isn't supported01:54
fujinI can't seem to work out howto do it.01:55
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bikerking16it says01:55
bruenigoh no01:55
bikerking16no wireless cards01:55
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)01:55
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barbarellaANON12345:utp you mean?01:55
allbert#2 SMP Thu Jun 7 20:19:32 UTC 200701:55
ShackJackbikerking16: I don't knkow about Macbooks, but there's a decent troubleshooting guide here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WirelessTroubleShootingGuide01:55
allbertLinux linuxgeeks.us 2.6.20-16-generic #2 SMP Thu Jun 7 20:19:32 UTC 2007 i686 GNU/Linux01:55
quaal2anyone know of a good guie to get dual monitors working with ati01:55
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bruenig!xinerama | quaal01:56
ubotuquaal: xinerama is an extension to !X to use two or more physical displays as one large virtual display. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/XineramaHowTo - See also !DualHead01:56
ANON12345barbarella: the UDP Protocol01:56
bikerking16andy@andy-linuxbox:~$ iwconfig01:56
bikerking16lo        no wireless extensions.01:56
bikerking16eth0      no wireless extensions.01:56
bruenigbikerking16, yes, that seems to be your problem01:56
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kanuhahow do I install the LPR printing service?01:56
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bikerking16how can that be fixed/01:56
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bruenigbikerking16, not sure what kind of card macbooks have in them so I don't know, someone above pointed you somewhere, I would follow him01:56
barbarellaANON12345:sorry ntp01:56
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ANON12345barbarella: what is ntp?01:57
barbarellaANON12345:udp, for what?01:57
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bruenig!wifi | bikerking1601:57
ubotubikerking16: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs01:57
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soduer_has anybody ever worked with dancer-ircd or? eggdrop01:57
Hali_303could someone look up the default ubuntu gnome font? Ive made some changes and now I dont know what was the original one..01:57
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ANON12345barbarella: a server that uses the UDP protocol01:57
howlingmadhowiebikerking16: if the right module was running, you should have an entry in iwconfig. i'd try googling this one. you can't be the first person with this problem. try ubuntuforums.org as well01:57
barbarellaANON12345:time protocol01:57
ShackJackbikerking16: THis also pertains to Airport Extreme cards: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx?action=show&redirect=WifiDocs%2FDevice%2FAirportExtreme01:57
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barbarellaANON12345:what service?01:58
quaal2bruenig, thanks01:58
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ShackJackaAhhh- make it STOP!!!01:58
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ShackJackI'm dizzy...01:58
Lo_Panlol desu01:59
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 mneptok01:59
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nickrudkanuha, ubuntu comes with cups, rather than the bsd lpr stuff01:59
ubotuHey nalioth, jenda, rob, SportChick, seanw, BearPerson or ompaul! I could use a bit of your time :)01:59
AmaranthLo_Pan: dude i'm here01:59
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Mdubotu: how?01:59
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about how? - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi01:59
bruenig!love | Md01:59
ubotuMd: Love is like racing across the frozen tundra on a snowmobile which flips over, trapping you underneath. At night, the ice-weasels come.01:59
Mdneed klines? what else?01:59
Amaranthmd: I dunno, that should do it02:00
MdI joined after the attack, I don't know the source02:00
AmaranthAlso, wow, lots of people here have crappy IRC clients :)02:00
soduer_has anybody ever worked with dancer-ircd or? eggdrop02:00
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bruenigsomeone should be clever sometime and enter into a room with like 100 bots at a time all with the same looking name and then just behave themselves and participate normally02:00
AmaranthGot flooded out responding to CTCP02:00
mc44Amaranth: yeah, xchat ftw :)02:00
bruenigthat would be funny02:00
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Mdbruenig: people do that02:01
riotkittiexchat :O02:01
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nickrudkanuha, ok?02:01
monteirodoes ubuntulive has video coverage?02:01
bruenigI've never seen it02:01
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Amaranthbruenig: We had like 50 bots join over 3 hours and behave themselves then attack02:01
bruenigah but I mean not attack02:02
fujinAnyone familiar with creating Ubuntu packages? I'd like to roll a package which depends on a few other packages, and drops some config files in the specified locations. can't seem to find any good documentation on how to do it02:02
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AmaranthPricey: Those are already set02:02
PriceyAmaranth, are those identified?02:02
fujinoh god -_-02:02
PriceyI thought so... just wanted to check...02:02
AmaranthPricey: Unless you removed rR those were set02:03
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about attack - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:03
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ubotuHey nalioth, jenda, rob, SportChick, seanw, BearPerson or ompaul! I could use a bit of your time :)02:03
soduer_Im trying to set up dancer-ircd on my server and I wanna turn off ident lookup, cause for some reason it cant find my ident when connecting even though other irc servers find my ident02:03
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boyamAmaranth: looks like their taking naps...02:04
kanuhanickrud, yes did you get my last msg?02:04
fujinAnyone familiar with creating Ubuntu packages? I'd like to roll a package which depends on a few other packages, and drops some config files in the specified locations. can't seem to find any good documentation on how to do it02:04
patrlckI'm trying to connect to a ftp server but I keep getting this error : 530 Not logged in. I've tried using 3 different software and I still can't login. Other people are able to log in so I don't know wtf I do wrong .. anybody has a clue ?02:04
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Amaranthboyam: No, nalioth and Md are here02:04
nickrudkanuha, no, just the request about lpr02:04
kanuhanickrud, brother printers said to make sure the LPD service is installed for their drivers02:04
LouisvilleLIPAmaranth: what is a non-crappy IRC Client?02:05
Safrolefuck irssi02:05
AmaranthLouisvilleLIP: xchat or irssi02:05
bruenigfujin, basically consists of all the files with all the paths from / and a debian directory inside a dedicated directory and then you use dpkg to deb it up02:05
Amaranthsomething that isn't gaim02:05
mc44!ohmy | Safrole02:05
Amaranth!ohmy | Safrole02:05
ubotuSafrole: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.02:05
nickrudkanuha, ah. Try using system->admin printing and click on add printer; your brother is probably already defined02:05
hotty4umirc too02:05
fujinbruenig: any docs?02:05
Amaranthmirc is crap02:06
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Amaranthand for windows only02:06
hotty4uAmaranth, works on Wibne02:06
barbarellafujin:take a look at https://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/packagingguide/C/02:06
fujinirssi for the win02:06
Amaranththat's horrible02:06
bruenigfujin, I had a hard time finding any, just kind of picked it up by extracting other debs and looking at some docs that I could find02:06
fujinI don't need to build any source or anything02:06
osxdude|deskwhy +i?02:06
fujinjust need to depend on a few packages and drop some files02:06
kaidenAnyone have any suggestions for software that can share 1 keyboard / mouse between 2 machines like Multiplicity does on windows, between 1 machine that's linux and 1 machine that's windows (and isn't Synergy2 as it's a pile of junk :P)?02:06
osxdude|deskthe channel has +i!02:07
Amaranthosxdude|desk: under attack02:07
Priceyosxdude|desk, registered bot attack02:07
kanuhanickrud, ok, it detected my printer02:07
bruenigfujin, right I think I have a debextract script I wrote a while back that you can use on other debs to get an idea02:07
nickrudkanuha, good02:07
cafuegoi am *not* a bot!02:07
osxdude|deskPricey, Amaranth: oh ok02:07
riotkittieirssi <302:07
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howlingmadhowiekaiden: probably best to get a kvm switch. they cost about 10 euros for 2 ports02:08
ubotuThere are many different channel and user modes on Freenode (see !freenode). Here's a list: http://freenode.net/using_the_network.shtml02:08
kanuhanickrud, however my model isn't listed02:08
riotkittieim installing dapper, and after selecting my partitions and formatting them, it keeps telling me there's errors on them. wth. :\02:08
howlingmadhowiecafuego: exactly what a bot would say :)02:08
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kaidenhowlingmadhowie, bleh :( i really liked my ability to just use the mouse to hit the side of the screen :P02:08
cafuegohowlingmadhowie: why do you say exactly what a bot would say?02:08
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nickrudkanuha, take a look at linuxprinting.org: they might have it listed there, and tell you what printer to masquerade as02:09
howlingmadhowiecafuego: i'm just joking :)02:09
terlmanncafuego : jesus loves you ;-)02:09
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bruenigfujin, here it is if you want to try it, you just run it using the deb as the argument, so "debextract whatever.deb" I think there is an easier way to do it with dpkg, but I wrote this so I could do it on non debian OSes: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/31183/02:09
cafuegohowlingmadhowie: tell me more about just joking02:09
riotkittieoh dear.02:09
CaptSmokey6How do i set-up a game server that uses the UDP protocol?02:09
ShackJackjesus is a bot...02:09
howlingmadhowiekaiden: do you want to use the same monitor as well?02:09
ubotu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!02:09
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kaidenhowlingmadhowie, no02:09
Amaranthcafuego: evil ;)02:09
kaideni have multiple computers and multiple monitors, i just like switching between them with 1 mouse / keyboard02:09
kanuhanickrud, already did, they said to use the brother driver which tells you to make sure lpd is installed prior to installing the driver02:09
riotkittieok, my install is finished. i'll be back, unless my desktop explodes on reboot. :|02:10
cafuegoAmaranth: cafuego doesn't live here anymore. call me eliza!02:10
nickrudkanuha, which printer?02:10
kanuhanickrud, Brother MFC-420CN02:10
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howlingmadhowiekaiden: i don't know of a way to do that between windows and gnu/linux. if there really isn't a way of doing it using software, there is still, as said, the hardware kvm-switch. most of them work by clicking ctrl twice, or something similar02:11
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fujin+why is it so ridiculous to make a package02:11
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bruenigfujin, it really is very simple, you will see when you get it the first time, there are massive amounts of rules if you ever want your package to see a repo, but to make your own custom debs is very simple02:12
howlingmadhowiefujin: i thought there was some documentation in the official ubuntu repositories for creating deb files. you've looked in /usr/share/doc haven't you?02:12
ShaddoxDoes anyone know the most commonly used FTP server-side software to use on a server?02:12
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bruenig!ftpd | Shaddox02:12
ubotuShaddox: FTP servers: !ftpd, !proftpd, !pure-ftpd, !twoftpd, !vsftpd, !MuddleFTPd, !wzdftpd - Graphical front-ends: !PureAdmin, !GProftpd (for !GNOME), !KcmPureftpd (for !KDE) - See also !FTP02:12
howlingmadhowieShaddox: i always use vsftpd02:12
Shadow6363hmm, whats the compiz/beryl channel?02:13
brueniganyone find it odd that !ftpd gives you a factoid that includes !ftpd?02:13
ShaddoxYeah, that's wierd. What are the sites for ftpd and vsftpd? I'll check those two out first.02:13
Pelowooohooo, recursion02:13
howlingmadhowiebruenig: i think they're amaing for turing completeness :)02:14
soduer_Im trying to set up dancer-ircd on my server and I wanna turn off ident lookup, cause for some reason it cant find my ident when connecting even though other irc servers find my ident02:14
kaidenhowlingmadhowie, ok what about gnu/linux to gnu/linux machine? or is that the same no software known02:14
howlingmadhowieshaddox: proftpd is also used a lot. i just used vsftpd first and i'm now used to configuring it. it does have certain weaknesses however (like difficulty with following mounts)02:15
kaideni know SYnergy2 does it but i play wow (addict) hehe ;p on my machines and Synergy2 sucks for it02:15
pi3where is the list of words located?02:15
Pelosoduer_,  maybe dancer-ircd has a channel you can ask in02:15
pi3I mean the dictionary02:15
CaptSmokey6how do i set up a game server that uses the UDP protocol?02:15
soduer_Pelo, nope nobody answering there...02:15
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Pelopi3,  menu > application> accessories > dictionnary02:15
howlingmadhowiekaiden: now that should be pretty trivial to implement, so i'm sure there are a number of solutions out there02:16
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pi3Pelo: sorry, I mean the text file that has a lot of words02:16
howlingmadhowiekaiden: but it's something i've never done, cos i have an 8port kvm switch :)02:16
Pelosoduer_,  you'll have to be patient not all  channels are as well attended as this one,   also check their site for a link to a forum you can search02:16
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nickrudkanuha, are you here?: http://solutions.brother.com/linux/sol/printer/linux/cups_drivers.html#de02:16
Pelopi3,  which application ?02:16
pi3Pelo, it's not an application.. never mind02:17
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eboyjrI just installed VirtualBox, but I don't know how to start it. How do I start it?02:17
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tckeboyjr, Applications > System Tools > Innotek02:18
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kanuhanickrud, thx, I have the driver, but it says to install lpd first, I guess my biggest question is when I tried to install lpd synaptic wanted to uninstall the ubuntu-desktop02:18
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tckeboyjr, make sure you are part of the vboxusers group02:19
IndyGunFreakkanuha: that no big deal, its just a metapackage02:19
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tckeboyjr, sudo groupadd vboxusers : you may have to reboot for changes to take effect02:19
megafaunaHi, I can't figure out how to make Compiz-Fusion flip the cube with the mousewheel, can someone advise pls?02:19
eboyjrtck: Thanks02:19
kanuhaIndyGunFreak, so it won't hurt to uninstall the ubuntu-desktop?02:19
IndyGunFreakkanuha: not at all.02:19
tckeboyjr, no problem02:19
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kanuhanickrud, thx02:20
kanuhaIndyGunFreak, thx02:20
nickrudkanuha, in the notes on that page, it makes mention of faking out the driver installer by creating a symbolic link in /etc/init.d, try that02:20
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IndyGunFreakkanuha: like i said, its just a metapackage, its not going to actually uninstall the desktop, its realy nothing to worry about,l if you use ubuntu for any period of time, you'll see that again02:20
IndyGunFreakkanuha: no prob.02:20
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nickrudkanuha, the key to the ubuntu-desktop package is: make sure it's installed when you upgrade to the next release02:21
kanuhanickrud, I'll take a look to see about that link, thx02:21
riotkittieok. stupid question time. can i take the ubuntu install from my laptop (<3) and move it to my desktop? cause i am feeling really lazy :x02:21
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Shaddoxriotkittie: I think so.02:21
kanuhanickrud, wouldn't that call for me to unistall the lpd service if I go to install the desktop again?02:22
riotkittieahh. maybe i will try it later, then :D02:22
Shaddoxriotkittie: If you can partition your devices the same way as your laptop, I don't see why you couldn't copy everything over, as long as the directory structure remains intact.02:22
howlingmadhowienotkittie: depends what you mean by 'ubuntu installation on your laptop'02:22
fujink, making progress rolling packages02:22
fujinnow I get this error when I try to dpkg -i: trying to overwrite `/etc/ldap/ldap.conf', which is also in package libldap202:22
nickrudkanuha, that's why brother provides the cups wrapper/driver stuff, so you don't need lpd02:22
insomninjariotkittie: it depends on the hardware differences between the laptop and the dektop02:23
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howlingmadhowienotkittie: all of your personal settings are in your $HOME directory. just putting that on the desktop computer would be a very good start.02:23
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xnixanyone know of any agp/nvidia issues in gutsy gibbon02:24
nickrudkanuha, on that page as well, it points out the drivers with a red asterisk may need lpd; yours doesn't have the asterisk02:24
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Hali_303I wanna get rid of gcj/gci and wanna install the lates SUN java. how can I do that?02:24
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bruenigxnix, #ubuntu+202:24
bruenigxnix, #ubuntu+102:24
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ubotuHali_303: To install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository. Enable the backports repository on Edgy to install sun-java6-jre02:25
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nickrudriotkittie, and you can duplicate your packages setup by using dpkg --get-selections > mypackages on the laptop, copying that file to the desktop (after a base install) and doing dpkg --set-selections < mypackages && apt-get dselect-upgrade02:25
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howlingmadhowieHali_303: you may have to change the links in /usr/bin as well02:25
riotkittieehhh but if i move my ~ dir here, arent my personal settings just going to be overwritten when i get around to installing things? :P02:25
riotkittienickrud:  too much effort. :|   i will just leave it alone for the time being.02:26
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riotkittieok. now i'm going to go install 7.04 so i can see if i  hate it or not. :|02:26
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nickrudriotkittie, five commands ?02:26
fujincan anyone help me rseolve a package insatllation issue? I assume it's just a minor thign which I'm missing. Perhaps a flag, which tells it to overwrite the files I have bundled?02:26
fujintrying to overwrite `/etc/ldap/ldap.conf', which is also in package libldap202:26
howlingmadhowieriotkittie: 7.04 is great :)02:26
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Veenified!dvd | Veenified02:26
fujini *want* to do this.02:26
wesolekhello :) everybody :) I can't crate another user on my ubuntu... when I do: system->administration->users and groups I can add another user, but when I close is and open up again, it's no longer there and you can't log on with that username02:27
kanuhanickrud, ok, install the symbolic links, install the driver, remove the links and my model number should show up?02:27
Veenified!dvd Veenified02:27
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dvd veenified - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:27
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AndrewB!dvd > Veenified02:27
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bruenigfujin, one way to do it is to package it so that it goes to ldap.conf.new and then write a postinst script that removes the old one and moves the .new one over02:27
howlingmadhowiewesolok: can you open a terminal and enter the following: ls -lh /etc/passwd02:27
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fujinbruenig: surely there's another way that isn't so nasty?02:28
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nickrudkanuha, that's what the pages says, and it sound pretty straightforward.02:28
riotkittiefive commands + hooking up my external drive + switching the keyboard + switching the monitor + finding laptop cards. and on and on and on.02:28
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kanuhanickrud, thx I'll give it a try02:28
bruenigfujin, no, you can see from a package management view point how nasty it would be to allow two packages with the same files be installed02:28
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LouisvilleLIPHas anyone ever seen a window manager that lets you have more than 4 borders?  I want an L-shaped browser window02:28
Veenifiedthanks AndrewB i forgot the syntax02:28
riotkittieoh wait. i'm feeling masochistic. i'm going to try to get compiz going.02:29
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gizzohi all, i have a very odd problem, i have two alsa devices02:29
gizzoit seems ubuntu is confused which one to use02:29
gizzohow can i configure alsa itself02:29
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bruenigfujin, you can probably run some sort of dpkg force option to make it do it also02:30
golden_agoutineedhelp: could your problem be that you are trying to boot from a scsi disk? Does it need a special driver? I saw this on the grub manual: http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/manual/html_node/DOS_002fWindows.html#DOS_002fWindows02:30
nickrudgizzo, do you have one on the mainboard, that you don't want to use? if so, disable in bios02:30
fujinlol, --force -i doesn't work02:30
howlingmadhowiegizzo: on some distributions you can run alsaconf, but i don't think it's installed by default on ubuntu02:30
bruenigfujin, --force-all maybe02:30
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bruenigyeah overwrite, I knew there was probably some specific one02:31
gizzonickrud problem is some people from the family use this machine for conferencing and under windows skype and etc use that board device for headset02:31
IndyGunFreakhowlingmadhowie: almost positive it is.02:31
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ShaddoxHi everyone, How do I give a specific user full readwrite access to a directory, while still keeping the entire thing owned by the root user?02:31
fujinlooks like it worked02:31
gizzobut i will see about running alsaconf02:31
nickrudgizzo, ah.02:31
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howlingmadhowieShaddox: use a group02:32
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Shaddoxhowlingmadhowie: Oh, so I can just add a user to the root group?02:32
Hali_303howlingmadhowie: thanks! should I remove gcj beforehand or just start installing the sun packages straight away?02:32
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GreenJelly_linuxI now have a client version, but the install wizzard doesnt seem to support RAID... do I have to create the partition on one drive then expand the drive to another, or is there a way to do it within the installation02:32
bruenigShaddox, just make the thing owned by a group other than root, and then add that user to that group02:32
howlingmadhowiegizzo: apropos alsa tells me there's a command called asoundconf on my system. maybe it's on yours too02:32
robert_how do I use nas?02:32
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howlingmadhowiehali_303: i have a feeling removing gcj could be difficult because of dependencies. just install the best sun version you can find in the repositories and, if the links in /usr/bin aren't automatically updated, create new ones02:33
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gizzohowlingmadhowie: indeed there is i ran it and i specified the card02:34
gizzonot sure if i need to reboot dough02:34
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MikeWWill gutsy use beagle for searching, or something different like tracker?02:34
ubotuCompiz (compositing window manager) and XGL (X server architecture layered on top of OpenGL) - Howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager - See http://tinyurl.com/pw5ez for Kubuntu systems - Help in #ubuntu-effects02:34
bruenigMikeW, probably locate find which and whereis02:34
Shaddoxbruenig: Thanks, but now how do I make SSHRSA keys?02:34
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bruenigShaddox, I don't know02:35
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howlingmadhowiegizzo: i'd have thought it would work without rebooting02:35
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nickrudHali_303, to select the java you want active, do sudo update-alternatives --config java02:35
Hali_303howlingmadhowie: thanks Ill try02:35
nickrudHali_303, after installing the ubuntu java 5 or 6, of course02:35
Hali_303nickrud: thanks!02:35
gizzohowlingmadhowie: it didnt complain or anything but still no sound out of audigy02:36
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howlingmadhowieshaddox: genrsa?02:36
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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/FreeFormats02:37
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howlingmadhowiegizzo: let's try the simple things first. have you turned up the volume for this card?02:37
javbi installed asterisk on ubuntu server, any ideas on how can i make load when the computer is booting? Zaptel loads but not asterisk, where do i have to put it?02:37
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fujinhow can I force a package to install the packages it depends on? http://rafb.net/p/j8AKwe51.html02:37
dwxreaperwhat are some things that make ubuntu better than windows?02:37
gizzohowlingmadhowie: yes and the speakers are plugged in02:37
GreenJelly_linuxI now have a client version, but the install wizzard doesnt seem to support RAID... do I have to create the partition on one drive then expand the drive to another, or is there a way to do it within the installation02:38
howlingmadhowiejavb: have a look at /etc/rc.d02:38
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howlingmadhowiegizzo: i'm just asking, because the last time i have problems with an audigy sound card, i'd forgotten to turn the volume up :)02:38
javbhowlingmadhowie: dont hav that. just /etc/rc.local02:38
sportwhats a range of port that would definitely not be blocked by a isp?02:38
cleversport: all depends on the isp02:38
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gizzohowlingmadhowie: understandable :-)02:39
howlingmadhowiejavb: sorry. on ubuntu there are five of them. i'd put something in rc3.d02:39
sportclever: comcast02:39
cleversport: but you could open everything(so your pc answers as closed) then scan from an external one which shows the ones actualy unblocked02:39
LouisvilleLIPdwxreaper: everything is customizable02:39
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nickrudfujin, take a look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Personal , that shows you one way02:39
howlingmadhowiegizzo: maybe you should try a reboot. but i can't see why alsa would require it02:39
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javbhowlingmadhowie: what do you mean with "something"02:40
sportclever : sounds good ... but how02:40
dwxreaperwhat are some things that make ubuntu better than windows?02:40
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gizzoonly one way to see...shutdown -t 0 "now"02:40
sportclever : linksys WRT54G v302:40
KenSandwxreaper: you can fix it when it breaks02:40
GreenJelly_linuxdwxreaper its free02:40
howlingmadhowiejavb: a script called S20asterisk, telling the init-daemon how to start asterisk02:40
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golden_agoutiand its brown02:40
ShackJackdwxreaper: Updates of all programs at one, easy program install uninstall, no viruses, better performance, stability, free software...02:40
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KenSanbrown pwns02:40
K`zanAnyone here using seyon and have it work?02:41
cleversport: try setting the dmz to your pc for a short bit02:41
javbhowlingmadhowie: any sample? i start asterisk manually just typing "asterisk"02:41
K`zanI get: {~/vweb} $ /usr/bin/seyon <CRLF>seyon-emu: Unknown option '-n'.02:41
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GreenJelly_linuxdwxreaper it takes 7 days to figure out how to fix a system that breaks after you update it02:41
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cleversport: then use the port scaner on grc.com(shields up)02:41
ShackJackdwxreaper: If you're the average computer user it will do all you need (email, office work, photos, music, etc...) and even then some...02:41
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savetheWorldGreenJelly_linux: is that an average or an absolute?02:41
cleversport: it will show the status of all ports(open/closed/filtered)02:41
KenSansavetheWorld: lol02:42
cleversport: with your router dmz turned on nothing should show as filtered(enless the isp is filtering)02:42
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GreenJelly_linuxsavetheWorld seems to be the limit of my patience02:42
VeenifiedAnyone know how I can get dvds to play? They won't play even after installing the codecs and following the factoid.02:42
howlingmadhowiejavb: i've never used asterisk, but does asterisk have an entry in /etc/init.d ?02:42
mzuverinkWhats the way to stop the gnome easter egg free the fish w/o loging out or resarting x?02:42
GreenJelly_linuxsavetheworld trying to use Ubuntu... but the install shield doesnt look like it supports raid...02:42
pi3Veenified: what seems to be the problem?02:42
javbhowlingmadhowie: no02:42
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brueniginstall shield?02:43
riotkittieew. i need screen. brb02:43
bruenigcome on now02:43
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GreenJelly_linux*install wizzard02:43
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Veenifiedpi3: I am trying to play a casino royale dvd and in totem it tells me it is encrypted02:43
simon__Hi. i got a problem with affinity: its pasted here: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/31189/02:43
IndyGunFreakVeenified: you need to install libdvdcss02:43
cleverVeenified: try mplayer02:43
wesolekdoes anybody know how to create a user from a terminal?02:43
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riotkittieahh. much bettah.02:43
sportclever : what is stealth?02:43
cleverVeenified: #mplayer can probly give more help with it02:43
Gavehey guys02:43
pi3Veenified: you can use VLC player02:43
cleversport: i think it means the same as filtered02:43
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 DVDs02:44
Veenifiedpi3: i tried VLC02:44
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Gavewhere can i get VLC player02:44
cleversport: open means you can connect, closed means the computer is actively blocking it,filters is no answer at all02:44
IndyGunFreakVeenified: it doesn't matter what player you use, you need libdvdcss02:44
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nickrudwesolek, sudo adduser <user>02:44
IndyGunFreakGave: in the repos.02:44
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howlingmadhowiejavb: oh, how strange. i have an entry called S21asterisk in my rc5.d ( a link to /etc/init.d/asterisk)02:44
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GreenJelly_linux<--- 7 days of triing to get a module to compile in Fedora 7, even after I had it compiled, has lead me to slight madness02:44
dwxreaperok thanks02:44
AhadielGave, sudo apt-get install vlc02:44
Gavewhat is the repos02:44
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IndyGunFreak"what is the repos"... lol, you got a lot of reading ot do.02:44
VeenifiedIndyGunFreak: i already installed it02:44
dwxreapersounds pretty good guys, I just know windows well, that's the only problem :P02:44
howlingmadhowiewesolek: adduser02:44
wesolekwhat about the rights of that user? and password? nickrud :) thanks :)02:45
IndyGunFreakVeenified: then it should work02:45
sportclever well im at 1055 and they are all stealth so far02:45
VeenifiedIndyGunFreak: unfortunately i wished it did02:45
IndyGunFreakVeenified: my point is, you likely didn't install it, or dind't install it correctly02:45
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cleversport: by default your router will filter everything02:45
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Justi1because the GUI won't work on my video card, what commands can I use in gparted to resize a partition?02:45
GreenJelly_linuxNow it looks like Ubuntu doesnt natively support RAID array in there setup... and creating 3 mirrors manually, then updating Grub so it works properly, does not sound apealing to me] 02:45
linxuz3r_i have a problem02:45
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wesolekdamn, it says that it already exists, but I can't log on :( nickrud02:45
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VeenifiedIndyGunFreak: does it matter that the dvd is "enhanced" it has .exes in the parent directory02:46
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IndyGunFreakVeenified: hmm., maybe.02:46
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pi3!ask | linxuz3r_02:46
ubotulinxuz3r_: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)02:46
nickrudwesolek, hm. try sudo passwd <user>02:46
howlingmadhowiewesolek: can you post the result of the following: cat /etc/passwd | grep <name of user>02:46
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ubotuGParted 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.php02:46
linxuz3ri have a problem with compiz fusion to get installed can you guys help me?02:46
LouisvilleLIPit's ironic that it's more difficult to play the DVD you own than the dvd you could have DL'd from TPB02:46
craigbass1976I have dapper and need feisty.  http://www.urbanpuddle.com/articles/2007/05/23/upgrade-from-ubuntu-dapper-or-edgy-to-feisty-fawn is what I'm thinking of doing.  What are the chances of coming out on the other  end with no data loss?02:46
cleverhowlingmadhowie: 'grep name /etc/passwd' would be shorter and the same effect02:47
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LouisvilleLIPlinxuz3r: #compiz02:47
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wesolekhold on guys :) nickrud, howlingmadhowie.... gosh that was a longes nickname I've ever see :)02:47
VeenifiedIndyGunFreak: Maybe it's because i am using a 64-bit machine02:47
shavexhow do i update my libdecoration02:47
CaptSmokey6how do i set up a UDP server for games?02:47
howlingmadhowieclever: you're right :)02:47
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IndyGunFreakVeenified: thats a possibility, 64bit isn't really ready for a novice02:48
GreenJelly_linuxso am I right... Ubuntu is not going to meet my needs?02:48
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IndyGunFreakonly you can answer that02:48
holzmodemhi, i compiled successfull my new kernel w/ patches, but now i dont have wirless (ipw2200), modprobe return no errors. where is the right place for the firmware?02:48
unagii dont understand how to download libdvdcss02:48
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VeenifiedIndyGunFreak: i'm not a novice (thanks for the insult) i just have no experience with codecs02:48
Gavewhere can i get pidgin02:49
ZambeziIs there a particular chipset on motherboard which is suitible for Linux? I'm looking on a new computer now with C2Q.02:49
LouisvilleLIPsudo apt-get install libdvdcss02:49
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wesolekthanks guys, at least I can see it... will try to log on, thanks again :) nickrud, howlingmadhowie02:49
nickrudunagi, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Medibuntu#head-381bea41610683e5e26322fd7028e7aef85e310502:49
IndyGunFreakVeenified: well then if you're not a novice, you should have no problem downloading and compilign libdvdcss.. it wasn't an insult, it was the truth02:49
fujinnickrud: I won't be able to do the --force-overwrite thing then.02:49
mannytusomeone is trying to watch his DVD02:49
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IndyGunFreakLouisvilleLIP: i think that will only work if you have restricted repos enabled.02:50
sportclever ever port on every scan is "stealth"02:50
sportclever every*02:50
GreenJelly_linuxWell I would like a definitive answer if there is a way to have the install wizzard on the non-enterprise version to support raid arrays...02:50
gizzowell, alsa is fine no sound coming out of audigy...02:50
cleversport: did you open them all up with the dmz setting of your router?02:50
GreenJelly_linuxbut no one has said anything:( *cry*02:50
cleversport: and set that to the ip of your computer?02:50
nickrudfujin, ah, that's the same thing? You're right, but that's also a sign of a package not built for ubuntu or not properly built. Both situations are suspect ....02:50
VeenifiedIndyGunFreak: you know how to turn people away from ubuntu02:50
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IndyGunFreakVeenified: i also had no problem installing libdvdcss.... Good luck.02:51
Justi1what are some partitioning programs besides gparted?02:51
howlingmadhowieGreenjelly_linux: i don't think the install wizard for desktop ubuntu supports raid-arrays. the install wizard for suse does02:51
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nickrudfujin, a quicky would to be dpkg -i <package0> <package1> <package2> ....02:51
VeenifiedIndyGunFreak: do you have a 64-bit machine?02:51
sportclever: i set the router to dmz for the computer that i cheack it on02:51
unagity nickrud02:51
fujinnickrud: so I guess the only way to get around it is to make the package properly, with a postinst script to move the files that I want to overwrite02:51
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casperinis there some way of running a checkdisk with xubuntu running directly from the cd?02:51
GreenJelly_linuxhowlingmadhowie tried suse, community sucks...   but I think I may be going back to it02:51
cleversport: odd02:51
howlingmadhowiegizzo: strange. i wonder what's going on with your audigy02:51
nickrudfujin, that would be best, and send a patch upstream02:51
IndyGunFreakunagi: did you get it installed?02:52
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sportclever ive been running into "odd" all day :D02:52
linxuz3r_anyone using compiz fusion here?02:52
gizzohowlingmadhowie: no clue, the weird thing is i cant get a squeek out of it, it shows up in my sound control02:52
unagiworking on it02:52
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in Gnome under Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For Edgy, see !fstab and !DiskMounter02:52
howlingmadhowieGreenjelly_linux: it's possible that the install cd (the cd without the live environment) does support raid arrays02:52
gizzoi can control its volume02:52
cleversport: i had a odd problem on a lfs install02:52
GreenJelly_linuxhowlingmadhowie tried fedora, suse, ubuntu, gentoo, and have a copy of debian that I havent tried yet.02:52
cleversport: i think the problem was bad sectors corupting the source files and finaly the compiler02:52
fujinnickrud: oh I'm not trying to patch a Ubuntu package, I'm trying to create my own to take care of installing all of the packages rquired for LDAP authentication, and then putting all of the relevant configuration files into the right places02:52
riotkittieew. my audio is skipping :|02:53
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howlingmadhowiegizzo: next stupid question. my audigy has five cinch-sockets on it. are you sure you have the speakers plugged into the right ones?02:53
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Gaveguys where can i get pidgin?02:53
fujinI guess I can just unpack to /tmp/ldapauth and then do mv /tmp/ldapauth/etc /, that should overwrite everything02:53
sportclever well im going to set the dmz for a different comp and check it there, that all i can think of doing02:53
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kanuhanickrud, printer works now, but how do I remove the symbolic link?02:53
gizzohowlingmadhowie: we can skipp the stupid questions :-) just tested the sound in windows worked fine02:53
unagiyea i got it installed IndyGunFreak02:53
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unagiwhat does everyone use to backup dvds to iso?02:53
nickrudfujin, ok. Then doing it right and having a local repo is the Right Way02:53
GreenJelly_linuxhowlingmadhowie may have more luck with suse, sise I have learned so much in the mean time... cant get this module to work for Fedora... everyone but me can get it to install02:53
howlingmadhowiegizzo: okay :)02:53
IndyGunFreakunagi: did it work?02:53
riotkittiedid we cover my favourite stupid question yet >> is it muted?02:54
cleversport: yeah the firewall on the pc you set to dmz may be filtering things to hide itself02:54
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quaal2has anyone got dual monitors setup with an ati card?02:54
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quaal2im trying big desktop02:54
howlingmadhowieGreenjelly_linux: just out of curiosity, which module?02:54
nickrudkanuha, sudo unlink /path/to/link02:54
quaal2and have them working02:54
quaal2but the 2 different sized monitors is giving problmes02:54
gizzohowlingmadhowie: very odd problem, i get sound out of the board sound if i switch it as the primary sound device02:54
lashmoov2is there an app that can help me tune a guitar02:54
GreenJelly_linuxrocket raid 2300... using it as a SATA controller02:54
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unagiyes IndyGunFreak02:54
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shavexhow do you update libdecorations?02:54
riotkittiesudo reboot02:54
quaal2lashmoov2, there are websites for that02:54
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VeenifiedIndyGunFreak: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/31192/02:54
Gavewhere can i get PIDGIN??02:54
sportclever it on xubuntu do know how to disable the firewall on it?02:54
andyho623wow.. what's up with the registering stuff?!?02:55
lashmoov2quaal2: thanks02:55
howlingmadhowiegizzo: you've checked on alsa.org to see if there are any problems with the type of card you have?02:55
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GreenJelly_linuxhowlingmadhowie after 7 days... I couldnt recompile it... I compiled it once, and cant seem to do it again, no matter what I try... everyone else in the world can compile it02:55
cleversport: the firewall on allmost any linux pc is iptables02:55
IndyGunFreakGave: there's a package somewhere(not sure where).. but you can get the source at http://www.pidgin.im02:55
gizzohowlingmadhowie: i've ran fine with this card under suse and redhat using alsa02:55
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Gaveok thx02:55
Eljushi does anyone know how to make ubuntu recognize a cell phone connected  via usb02:55
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golden_agoutiGave: http://www.getdeb.net/release.php?id=104502:55
cleversport: if you run 'sudo iptables-save' youll see a list of the firewall rules02:56
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cleversport: if you see none then its probly fully off02:56
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IndyGunFreakGave: try this.,...  wget http://download.ubuntu.pl/_Feisty_Fawn/pidgin/2.0.2/pidgin_2.0.2-1_i386.deb02:56
kanuhanickrud, thx it worked02:56
IndyGunFreakGave: then run this command sudo dpkg -i purple-plugin-pack_1.0-1_i386.deb02:56
nickrudkanuha, great.02:56
VeenifiedIndyGunFreak: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/31192/    how does that taste?!02:56
GreenJelly_linuxDoes anyone know how to make linux user friendly....  :-p  thanks for the help... sorry for the sarcasim...02:56
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howlingmadhowieGreenjelly_linux: isn't it part of the standard kernel sources?02:56
IndyGunFreakVeenified: sorry, i was watching a DVD, what were you saying?02:57
LouisvilleLIPVeenified, that is the dev version02:57
andyho623anyone had luck installing an nvidia card?? I can not get it for the life of me..02:57
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bcbooteRRanyone know of any oter supported raid cards than 3ware?02:57
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h1st0bcbooteRR: you can check the hardware list02:57
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sportclever can i kill iptables?02:57
VeenifiedLouisvilleLIP: do you have a solution? do i install something else?02:58
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LouisvilleLIPsudo apt-get install libdvdcss02:58
howlingmadhowieandyho623: i have a geforce440 in my computer, and i have to use an older version of the driver. the card is no longer supported by the newest version02:58
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LouisvilleLIPyou have to have medibuntu enabled02:58
h1st0bcbooteRR: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport?highlight=%28hardware%2902:58
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larson999LouisvilleLIP, are you in ky?02:58
cleversport: iptables is part of the kernel and cant be killed02:58
LouisvilleLIPlarson999: yes02:58
h1st0howlingmadhowie: there is nvidia-glx-legacy02:58
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 DVDs02:59
h1st0!nvidia-glx-legacy | howlingmadhowie02:59
cleversport: but you can remove the rules from it so it does nothing02:59
gizzohowlingmadhowie: i found the problem02:59
MongooseWAis this a good place to ask really basic questions? I'm new to linux and I'm wanting a place where I can talk to someone and ask my fair share of newb questions.02:59
larson999LouisvilleLIP, makes 2 of us.02:59
IndyGunFreakMongooseWA: if you have Ubuntu02:59
sebzzzHi all! Any change we'll get the videos of the tutorials given at Ubuntu Live?02:59
LouisvilleLIP!ask > mongooseWA02:59
howlingmadhowieclever: netfilter is part of the kernel, iptables is a usermode program to configure netfilter :)02:59
TesttubeDuring the initial install of the OS does it by default install Apache?02:59
cleverhowlingmadhowie: same thing:P02:59
howlingmadhowiegizzo: what was it?02:59
gizzoin ubuntu 7.x if you have audigy there is a setting under the volume control switches, uncheck the freaking Audigy Analog output jack02:59
gizzowhat a bummer02:59
nickrudTesttube, the desktop no, server edition yes02:59
h1st0sebzzz: might want to ask on the forums or the mailing list.02:59
howlingmadhowieclever: grep name /etc/passwd :)03:00
LouisvilleLIPlarson999: where from?03:00
cleverhowlingmadhowie: used to be ipchains but i havent seen any system with that yet03:00
h1st0sebzzz: or check out the fridge.03:00
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TesttubeNickrud thanks for the quick response. By default which version does it install is it Apache 2?03:00
cleverhowlingmadhowie: yeah i allready said that:P03:00
howlingmadhowiegizzo: lol :)03:00
Testtubeor apache 1.*03:00
VeenifiedIndyGunFreak: you're so helpful, instead of helping people, you insult them, have fun hanging out in a support chat room and watching your dvd, i'm just going to makeout with this girl, the movie was an excuse to do it anyway03:00
IndyGunFreakwhat an idiot.03:00
gizzohowlingmadhowie: have you tried beryl yet?03:00
MongooseWAberyl's depricated03:00
IndyGunFreaki never insulted him, he insulted me.03:00
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larson999LouisvilleLIP, i'm not from here but i moved here in novemeber.  i live in louisville.  around westport and the gene shneider.03:00
IndyGunFreakso i stopped helping him03:00
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nickrudTesttube, 2.2.303:01
howlingmadhowiegizzo: i tried beryl on 6.10. since then i haven't really felt like desktop effects03:01
LouisvilleLIPif he can't figure out how to watch his DVD, he can't figure out girls either03:01
mannytuI have tried the other channels, however, no replies...03:01
IndyGunFreakLouisvilleLIP: lol03:01
TesttubeNickrud Thanks for your time very helpful.03:01
sebzzzh1st0: Thanks, maybe I'll ask in the mailing list.03:01
LouisvilleLIPlarson999: I'm actually really close, near the Summit03:01
nickrudTesttube, yw03:01
howlingmadhowiegizzo: i find some things are still a bit unstable, and having a program crash once a day is more annoying than the benefit of swishy cubey effects03:01
larson999LouisvilleLIP, don't know where that is.  i'm actually right across from tinseltown theater03:02
h1st0mannytu: whats your problem?03:02
mannytunew to irc03:02
LouisvilleLIPlarson999: about 1 exit away on the Snyder03:02
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h1st0howlingmadhowie: I haven't really had anything crash using compiz-fusion03:02
mannytuwanted to add a card reader03:02
h1st0mannytu: card reader?03:02
nickrudmannytu, then if you're using gaim for irc, switch to something else, like maybe xchat03:02
gizzohowlingmadhowie: i've ran it for 2 weeks now and seems to work flawless, wonering if someone else had feedback on it03:02
larson999howlingmadhowie, yeah so  far the eye candy isn't enough to entice me.  but it's getting there.03:03
h1st0mannytu: credit card reader?03:03
gizzoMongooseWA: i suppose you use xgl?03:03
howlingmadhowieh1st0: maybe i'll try it again :) i do however have an old geforce440, which doesn't support all the openGL stuff in compiz03:03
MongooseWAcompiz fusion, yeah03:03
larson999LouisvilleLIP, are you new to linux?03:03
nickrudthe eye candy was nice, but crashing nearly every time I exited ...03:03
andyho623howie: yeah that's what I was thinking but I've tried all the drivers that are in drivers manager.. glx, glx-legacy, and glx-legacy new.. I don't remember if I have a geforce 5100 or 620003:03
MongooseWAi have a geforce mx420, so im a step below him. haha03:03
h1st0howlingmadhowie: if you check the hardware lists at wiki.ubuntu.com it will tell you which driver to use.03:03
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howlingmadhowieandyho623: lspci should tell you something about the card and then i'd go straight to nvidia and download the right driver03:04
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larson999i'll wait until it's out of beta.03:04
LouisvilleLIPlarson999: yes, many 3 weeks.  So far so good, I've had my share of problems, but I learned a lot figuring them out.  I hang out here when I'm reading the news, I'm trying to learn as much as possible03:04
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howlingmadhowieh1st0: oh, 3d-acceleration works fine, it's the physical hardware on the card. some parts of opengl1.5 and above just aren't there (the card is 5 years old)03:04
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h1st0howlingmadhowie: it should work with nvidia-glx and you should have 3d accelration.03:05
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h1st0howlingmadhowie: ahh03:05
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andyho623Howie: thx.. I'll go check it real quick :)03:05
h1st0mannytu: is it a usb card reader?  or pci?03:05
LouisvilleLIPI have to say, i dig Compiz, especially the cube stuff.  I couldn't care less about the fire nonsense...03:05
andyho623duh.. totally didn't think there...03:05
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MongooseWAyeah agreed03:05
larson999andyho623, for my money, the unofficial ubuntu guide explains installing nvidia cards as simple to follow as any other.03:05
MongooseWAmost of the plugins are worthless eyecandy03:06
mannytuinternal 13 in 1 reader03:06
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h1st0mannytu: do you know who makes the card?03:06
MongooseWAbut some of the window-switching stuff is a cool enough to transcend its eyecandiness03:06
larson999LouisvilleLIP, ah, i was hoping you were an old salt and got tell me how the local lug is.03:06
MongooseWAmx440 is an nvidia card03:06
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h1st0MongooseWA: yes03:06
mannytuno ideal came with the PC03:06
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h1st0mannytu: type in lspci in a terminal03:06
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howlingmadhowieLouisvilleLIP: what i find useful is the ability to zoom into the screen. useful for lectures and stuff on a beamer03:06
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MongooseWAyeah, thats nice03:07
gizzomx440 is pretty old nvidia card03:07
h1st0mannytu: should list the hardware in your system.03:07
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LouisvilleLIPlarson999: I'm not sure, but I wasn't that impressed with their forum content, so I never contacted them03:07
MongooseWAand the window tabbing feature could be useful, depending on your computing habits03:07
andyho623woo hoo.. geforce fx 5200.. that'll help!! ;)03:07
webihi, anybody there?03:07
gizzowebi 1046 in total03:07
obf213what command is ther to turn your wireless card back on..my system went to suspend, when i returned for some reason, the wifi was just off. the hardware was still recognized but it wasn't showing any networks or no networks available03:07
MongooseWAspeaking of nvidia cards, should i expect any problems with my impending laptop's 8600m gt?03:07
webihahah sorry...03:07
h1st0MongooseWA: I use the scale and expo pretty much all I use it for.  Although my windows goign up in flames on minimize is always a hoot03:07
larson999LouisvilleLIP, yeah, i wasn't impressed either.03:07
obf213i had to reboot to fix it.03:07
webiI have a few "rare" problems... could anybody help me?03:08
LouisvilleLIPhowlingmadhowie: yeah, if nothing else, I appreciate the new ideas.  Even if I don't use a plugin, I'm hoping that it will spur more innovation03:08
MongooseWAhaha yeah. i like all the animations03:08
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MongooseWAvery osx-like03:08
osxdude|deskandyh623: That's my graphics card's number!03:08
h1st0MongooseWA: nah most the nvidia cards work pretty well.  You can search the forums see what sort of problems people have had though.03:08
MongooseWAkk thank you03:08
gizzowebi ask before you get lost in the maze of irc03:08
h1st0mannytu: or post the output of lspci to pastebin03:08
h1st0!paste | mannytu03:08
ubotumannytu: 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)03:08
sportclever idk if your still there but this iptables is killing me i cant cli03:08
webiyeah sorry... i'm new here...03:08
bulmerobf213: try ifup wlan0 next time03:08
obf213is there a command to turn the wireless on and off?03:08
webithat's the situation:03:08
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howlingmadhowieobf213: i have the problem that dhclient doesn't work after suspend to ram.03:08
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cleversport: cant cli?03:09
hamadooohi guys .. i want to know about winre ....... what is winre ??03:09
osxdude|deskandyho623: that is my graphics card!03:09
andyho623It's amazing how quickly you start remembering commands.. LOL03:09
obf213howlingmadhowie, this was the first time since i got ubuntu a couple weeks ago03:09
webiI have a device connected to my serial port (/dev/ttyS0) and I have a C app that send some data03:09
sportclever: command line interface: i suck at it03:09
cleversport: you should be able to atleast open an xterm on allmost any linux system03:09
andyho623osx- cool how'd you get it to install?!?03:09
gizzohowlingmadhowie: have you tried renewing the leases?03:09
webiit works in slackware 10.1 kernel 2.4 PC but now it doesn't work03:09
h1st0mannytu: the other thing that helps is if you type someones name so we know who you are talking to.  Then it highlights it on their screen.03:09
gizzoor the client doesnt work period?03:09
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cleverand 'sudo iptables-save' is a simple cmd(just give it your pw when asked)03:09
h1st0mannytu: you can start to type their name then hit tab to autocomplete. ex: h1<tab> would complete my name.03:09
webiI found the /dev/ttyS0, setserial return me the right information... but it doesn't work03:09
osxdude|deskandyho623: what are you trying to install?03:10
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johnkim321can anyone help me setup my wireless03:10
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andyho623osx: I can't get the vid card to install.. every time I switch from onboard to it, it freezes up the system at reboot03:10
h1st0!wireless | johnkim32103:10
ubotujohnkim321: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs03:10
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gizzowebi go to the C channel03:10
howlingmadhowiegizzo: even worse than that. if the laptop hasn't been logged into a wireless network since last boot, once it has been suspended to ram it won't log itself in properly to a wireless network. i tend to fix the problem either by configuring the network manually or just rebooting.03:10
samushkai installed NTFS-3G, but when i plug in my external USB hard drive, it doesnt show up... i checked /etc/fstab, and i dont see it there either... what gives? (works perfectly in windows)03:11
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sportclever: but what do i do next03:11
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webimmmm but the C app is working fine in other PC... I think the problem is with configuration03:11
mannytui do not see it at all?03:11
cleversport: does it list anything?03:11
webiI have an ECS motherboard03:11
osxdude|deskandyho623: ooo, I don't have an onboard graphics card...03:11
h1st0samushka: how is the usb hard drive formatted?03:11
erstaziIn xorg.conf, the (color) DefaultDepth is defaulted to 24 (which is 24 million colors)... how do I get 256 colors?03:11
gizzohowlingmadhowie: well if your client is screwed it wouldnt matter if wireless or scable03:11
linxuz3rim getting this error what can i do about it?: http://pastebin.ca/raw/62846703:11
howlingmadhowiesamushka: /etc/mtab is the one you want (or easier: cat /proc/partitions )03:11
samushka(which shouldnt be a problem, i have NTFS-3G installed)03:11
h1st0samushka: I dunno if the system will handle it that way.  Try moutning it manually .03:11
gizzohowlingmadhowie: what does your client do when you issue a renew command?03:11
andyho623osx: no biggie.. I'm sure I'll figure it out! :) got my scanning and network working and that's the last fix!03:12
sportyes input accept, forward accept, output accept followed by their own numbers03:12
hamadooook can i run realplayer files in linux03:12
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sportclever yes input accept, forward accept, output accept followed by their own numbers03:12
kanuhawhy does this command give me a permission denied? sudo echo 'none /proc/bus/usb usbfs auto,devmode=0666 0 0' >> /etc/fstab03:12
johnkim321thank you03:12
bulmerwebi did you configure the port with the correct settings like requiring CTS or other signals for control flow03:12
h1st0!codecs | hamadooo03:12
ubotuhamadooo: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats03:12
weaselkanuha: because > is done by your shell.  and your shell runs as you03:12
cleversport: ahh so there is some kind of firewall on that pc03:12
gizzohamadooo:  you cant run them but you can definately listen/watch them03:12
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weaselkanuha: running echo as root won't help a bit03:12
samushkahowlingmadhowie: what am i looking for in MTAB ?03:12
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cleversport: we can either shut it off for the moment or set the dmz to a diff computer03:12
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andyho623dang.. what the hey.. I'm at nvidia's site and can't find the dang driver..03:12
howlingmadhowiegizzo: i dunno :) i only use wireless once a week at most, so it isn't important for me :) and i'm not there at the moment, so i can't try it out.03:12
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sportclever: ive already taken dmz off03:13
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pawancan see tan names is xmms player03:13
_david__hello, how can I use a command like tail that preserves line breaks?03:13
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gizzohowlingmadhowie: it seems your client is forgetting its lease and then its not renewing it, or the dhcp server is releasing it03:13
vbabiyhey how do set up[ a env variable03:13
sportclever: was i not suppose to till after iptables-saves?03:13
_david__i.e., I want to run "tail +10 filename" and have it output the file with the first 10 lines cut off03:13
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about evn - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:13
kanuhaweasel, how do I do it then?03:13
cleversport: doesnt matter much03:13
gizzohowlingmadhowie: coming out of suspend it should fix itself, maybe you have to manually issue a renew command?03:14
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about env - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:14
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howlingmadhowiegizzo: the dhcpcd is doing something weird, that's for sure. maybe i'll try to fix it some day, but as said, i haven't got a wireless network where i am now, so i can't try it out03:14
samushkanevermind, got it... how can i do it so that it automatically mounts properly when plugged in?03:14
sportclever so do i have to delete the rules in iptables?03:14
howlingmadhowiegizzo: i'll give it a go next time it happens :) thanks for the suggestion03:14
cleveri think its the flush command to iptables03:14
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cleversport: check 'man iptables'03:15
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longer  03:15
weaselkanuha: sudo -i, then do it.03:15
bulmersport you asked lastweek about getting to other computers in a subnet...you may want to look at Avahi..im not familiar with it though03:15
howlingmadhowiesport: iptables -F <table name> empties the command chain in the table03:15
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andyho623I think longer might be looking for the chinese channel..03:16
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kanuhaweasel,  I did this, sudo -i echo 'none /proc/bus/usb usbfs auto,devmode=0666 0 0' >> /etc/fstab03:17
kanuhaand it still says permission denied03:17
MongooseWAwhat does it mean when i "apt-get update" and get a bunch of Ign and Hits?03:17
hamadooothanx guys03:17
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howlingmadhowiegizzo: is kiba-dock now in a repository somewhere?03:17
weaselkanuha: "sudo -i", then do what you wanted.03:17
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weaselkanuha: not sudo .... > hwatever.03:17
gizzohowlingmadhowie: no but its a fairly straight forward compile/install03:17
sporthowlingmadhowie: what are the table names?03:17
howlingmadhowiesport: try iptables -L. that will list all the tables and current chains03:18
pawancant see words clearly in xmms player03:18
howlingmadhowiegizzo: does it run okay on metacity, or do i need compiz/beryl?03:18
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frost0vmware server shortcut no longer works...how could this be?03:19
kanuhaweasel, thx it worked03:19
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gizzohowlingmadhowie: you dont need beryl, runs fine03:19
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Gavehow can i uninstall wine??03:19
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howlingmadhowieGave: sudo apt-get remove wine03:19
gizzohowlingmadhowie: its a little annoying until you get it to look the way you want with no background and annoying borders, basically you need to get rid of all the color gradients in the settings03:19
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tzbishopguys, i have 2 hds (1 IDE 1 SATA). Linux recognizes them as /dev/hda and /dev/sda. How can I set GRUB with that?03:20
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howlingmadhowiegizzo: ah, those pesky default settings written by a beta-testing group consisting of one person03:20
Gavethx to howlingmadhowie03:20
kanuhawhat command rereads the fstab?03:20
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clevertzbishop: at the grub command line(run grub in linux or hit c at the menu) type in root (<tab> and it will list off devices03:21
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howlingmadhowieGave: don't mention it :)03:21
Picikanuha: sudo mount -a I beleive.03:21
clevertzbishop: and if you do cat /<tab> youll get a listing of filenames on the device you last set as root03:21
andyho623How do you remove a program OUT of wine? ;)03:21
kanuhaPici, thx03:21
Gavegood night guys03:21
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gizzohowlingmadhowie: the dude asked for help and help he got, his team grew from one person to like dozens overnight, if they keep the good work going kiba is bound to kick some a$$, they re-wrote all of it in the latest release03:22
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Dr`KeovorkianWhat's the alsactl setting to make my laptop play through the headphone port when it's plugged in, and through the speakers when nothing is?03:22
andyho623I have active desktop calendar stuck in wine..03:22
sportclever: iptables -F all the tables set it back on dmz and they are still stealth03:22
MongooseWAwhat does it mean when i "sudo apt-get update" and get a bunch of Ign and Hits?03:22
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howlingmadhowiegizzo: cool :) the floss development model strikes again!03:22
andyho623sucks.. I totally love that prog.. :(03:22
tzbishopclever so grub will define hd0 for 1 HD and hd1 for the another. because, if you follow the "GRUB rule" both HDs are (hd0)03:22
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tzbishopclever is that right?03:22
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clevertzbishop: i beleive each drive whould have a diff number03:23
cleverhd0 hd1 hd2 ....03:23
howlingmadhowieandyho623: not that i use wine much, but i thought deinstalling was as simple as deinstalling under windows03:23
cleverthen a ,0 or ,1 .... to mark which partition03:23
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erstaziandyho623, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=5951403:23
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sx66I need help with dial up network03:24
pawansome fonts not displaying properly in ubuntu03:24
andyho623thx erstazi! :)03:24
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erstaziandyho623, basically just run "wine uninstaller"03:25
howlingmadhowieokay. i'm tired. it's late here. have a nice day@all :)03:25
erstaziandyho623, in the terminal without those quotes03:25
unagican u  mount an iso in ubuntu?03:25
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cleverunagi: mount file.iso -o loop /media/cdrom/03:25
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unagior dvdrom if u have a dvdrom?03:25
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andyho623yeah I just tried that and it wasn't showing up there?! but it's still there under applications-->wine03:26
cleverunagi: mount /dev/dvddrivedevice /media/cdrom/03:26
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Dr`KeovorkianWhat's the alsactl setting to make my laptop play through the headphone port when it's plugged in, and through the speakers when nothing is?03:26
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sportclever: I iptables -F all the tables set it back on dmz and they are still stealth03:26
unagiwhat does the -o loop part mean03:26
erstaziandyho623, you tried wine uninstaller?03:26
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mannytu_storm took me out03:27
unaginow im lost03:27
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erstaziandyho623, if I were you, I would wait some, sometimes those apps don't refresh quickly (for instance: you install or uninstall there is some lag with the refresh of that menu)03:27
pawanonly shortcut displayed in xmms player03:27
pawanno tab names03:28
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orbishi have a small question, something my boss showed me a couple years back on a fedora machine03:28
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mannytu_Paste something is very cool!03:28
linxuz3rhow do i resolve broken packages?03:28
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unagiwhats the error linuxuz3r03:28
linxuz3ri do apt-get -f install but the packages still does not install03:28
orbishhe made his cp command do something like "cp -Rv" all the time, but by only typing "cp"  how do i do that?03:28
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nickrudunagi, the -o loop means option loopback, it tells the kernel it's a file to mount as a device (roughly)03:28
Skryptwhat's the command to view all running processes? (not top)03:28
linxuz3runagi: E: /var/cache/apt/archives/compiz-gnome_1%3a0.5.1+git20070719~3v1ubuntu0_i386.deb: trying to overwrite `/usr/lib/compiz/libgconf.so', which is also in package compiz-plugins03:28
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nickrudSkrypt, ps03:29
orbishi use "ps ax" skrypt03:29
LouisvilleLIPps -aux03:29
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linxuz3runagi: any ideas?03:29
MongooseWAwhat does it mean when i "apt-get update" and get a bunch of Ign and Hits? Are these errors?03:29
vbabiyis there any way to have the /etc/profile take affect with out logging in and out03:29
unagidoesnt look familiar03:29
nickrudvbabiy, source /etc/profile03:30
gizzoMongoose does it say error?03:30
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vbabiythanks nickrud03:30
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LouisvilleLIPlinxuz3r: Again, I'd recommend #compiz03:31
MongooseWAyeah some of then say err03:31
nickrudlinxuz3r, try apt-cache policy compiz-gnome and apt-cache policy compiz-plugins, what you're looking for is orgin: probably they come from different repos and conflict03:31
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orbishanyone know a way to tell my box to use "cp -vR" by typing "cp"?03:31
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MongooseWAwhen i run update, it scrolls a bunch of stuff like "Ign [some url] " and "Hit [some url] "03:32
gizzoMongooseWA: if i had to guess Ign means ignored, the ones with errors could not be contacted03:32
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MongooseWAis it bad to get ignore and hits?03:32
andyho623erstazi: yeah I just tried the uninstaller.. sorry had to help my mom with email.. LOL03:32
erstaziits ok03:32
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andyho623but like you said maybe it's just lagging..03:32
marcelhow do I see what's on my flashdisk in terminal window?03:32
MongooseWAlike, when i run apt-get update and there's nothing to update, what should the normal response be?03:32
gizzoMongooseWA: hits are good you need hits03:32
MongooseWAah ok03:32
andyho623or I'll reboot and it'll be all good :)03:32
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MongooseWAim just wondering if this is SOP03:32
gizzoMongooseWA: there is no such thing as nothing to update :-)03:32
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MongooseWAright haha03:32
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sportis it possible that my ip would stealth ALL port 1-1055?03:33
erstaziandyho623, and honestly, if that doesn't work, I am sure you know how to mess with registries on windows, just remove the registries and then the files associated with it03:33
pawanxmms fonts not displayed properly03:33
gizzosport your ip cant do anything03:33
sportis it possible that my isp would stealth ALL port 1-1055?*03:33
sportgizzo isp*03:33
nickrudorbish, alias cp='cp -vR' ; you can make it permanent by putting that line in ~/.bashrc03:33
Tomo_hey there... ive enabled all the restricted repositories and all win32 codecs yet ubuntu still refuses to play any video files or dvds. what have i missed? ive searched all the forums and read the faq but still havent come up with anything03:33
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marcelhow do I mount?03:33
gizzosport: yes it is, most ISP's in fact do so03:34
clevermarcel: mount device folder03:34
Dr`KeovorkianTomo_, does it ask you to search for the codecs?03:34
sportgizzo: so how do i open a port?03:34
gizzosport: hosting is a violation of your agreement with them03:34
marcelI have a flashdisk, how do I see its content in terminal window?03:34
erstazisport, do you pay for residential internet service?03:34
gizzosport: you cant, they do the filtering on their routers, you cant bypass them03:34
nickrudmarcel, if it automounted, it'd be in /media03:35
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Tomo_i used totem to play a dvd and it says i dont have the right plugins for it...03:35
andyho623erstazi: no windows here :)03:35
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sportso you can run a server off of a residential cable connection?03:35
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John`how can I unpatch a kernel?03:35
erstaziandyho623, well, read up on how to edit the registry03:35
damejiarTomo : install them with automatix03:35
marcelI cannot see it there03:35
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gizzosport: on the contrary you cant, you are not allowed to do so, you can cheat and use a higher port03:35
Tomo_can anyone suggest a good media player?03:35
nickrudTomo_, did you install libdvdcss2?03:35
gizzosport: however most ISP's monitor traffic and will pickup on it03:35
Under_conversio1Hi all, can anyone guide me on configuring a tftp server on my Ubuntu box?03:36
marcelis a flashdisk sd1  ?03:36
sportgizzo so what do i do?03:36
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rolfenhello any gamers here? i have a question03:36
damejiarTomo_: install the plugins with automatix03:36
Tomo_nickrud, yup03:36
Tomo_damejiar,  ok03:36
gizzosport: simple dont run a server at home, if you want a server buy a hosting account somewhere03:36
nickrudmarcel, it can often be03:36
damejiarTomo_: http://www.getautomatix.com/03:36
sportgizzo..."somewhere" where?03:36
nickrudTomo_, I like vlc for dvd moves03:36
Trentsterhey all, what is the easiest way to make a copy of a dvd, preferably to an iso file, and then burn the iso to a dvd503:37
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Dr`Keovorkianrolfen, what's your question?03:37
Tomo_damejiar,  and this wont screw with all the othe stuff ive enabled?03:37
schwachany issues with doing the latest updates to 6.10 where the system will not boot with a crc error?03:37
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gizzosport: yahoo, rackspace and etc03:37
BaD_CrCi think that's it. i used to have a server on there.03:37
damejiarTomo_: I had no problems with them03:37
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marcelhow do I find our if my flashdisk is SD1 or sb1?03:37
BaD_CrCusually lower case03:38
gizzosport: networksolutions is good as well03:38
erstazisport, or order your ISP's business package03:38
rolfenthanks Dr`Keovorkian i am looking into games such as UFO Alien Invasion and i'm wondering if there's a repository where i can download the binaries because i dont like to download the source and compile and manually maintain03:38
gizzoerstazi: most now a days require a valid business name03:38
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Tama00whats a program that i can use to browse samba shares cause nautlise is SOOOOOOOIOO slow its not even funny03:38
BaD_CrCrolfen: http://getdeb.net/03:38
Tama00its just SLLOOOWOOWOWWWWW to the point of not even working03:38
rolfenthanks BaD_CrC :-)03:38
gizzoi was reading an article yesterday, the average broadband speed in japan is 12 times that in the US, how sick is that!03:39
erstazigizzo, depends on the locality and you can claim your name as the business name (sole proprietorship)03:39
marcelhow can I see the content of my flashdrive ?03:39
andyho623alrighty.. time to go try the vid drivers.. brb03:39
BaD_CrCkohina radio makes coding so much better03:39
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Under_conversio1Anyone on that tftp sever?03:39
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erstazior sport, you can just order a broadband package that has those ports open, its basically, talk to your ISP and see what the rates are and then go from there03:39
gizzosport: erstazi is right you can try claiming sole proprietorship03:39
rolfenBaD_CrC man that's great i found a deb for that game, thanks again03:40
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BaD_CrCrolfen: :D03:40
erstazisport, the rates for your ISP might be worth the savings or not03:40
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gizzosport: what it is you are trying to host? http?03:40
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erstazisport, but I suggest if you plan on hosting a website for say or multiple websites, I would get a good manual online or a good book to read up on first03:41
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gizzocrap...forgot to eat03:41
Emperor886Can I get some help with Ubuntu please? I'm new. :(03:41
rolfenTama00: it may be an issue with your network...03:42
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sportgizzo ftp03:42
dwight__I'm having a problem; Nothing on my "System" menu will open.  Any ideas what I should check?03:42
Burlynnboy i wish i had a cdr. shiny new iso and nowhere to go.03:42
Tama00rolfen, nar dont be ridiculous03:42
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rolfenTama00: i am not being ridiculous03:42
ukrisEmperor886, what is your issue03:42
Under_conversio1no one on my tftp server question?????03:42
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Tama00rolfen, i can send data to the other pc at full speed no problems03:42
Tama00rolfen, just samba is gay and doesnt work03:43
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gizzosport: keep in mind providers such as optimum scan the traffic as well, if you plan on hosting movies/music they will pick up on it very quickly even if you have a business account and will shut you down03:43
Music_Shuffle!ask | Emperor88603:43
ubotuEmperor886: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)03:43
andyho623brb :)03:43
Tama00rolfen, or its vista that is gay and doesnt like samba03:43
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rolfenTama00: maybe03:43
craigbass1976samba is gay... hmmm03:43
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Emperor886When I leave my mouse alone for more than a minute or so, Ubuntu freezes. Any way I can fix this?03:43
Tama00samba or vista03:43
Tama00take ur pick03:43
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gizzosamba is the $hit03:43
Tama00either way one of them isnt working properly03:43
Dr`KeovorkianWhat's the alsactl setting to make my laptop play through the headphone port when it's plugged in, and through the speakers when nothing is?03:43
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rolfenTama00: there's another way of browsing smb that i know of03:44
Tama00rolfen, yay tell us03:44
gizzovista...the operating system without the operating system...03:44
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craigbass1976Tama00, if it's any consolation, the few minutes I've spent on a vista box were trying and I wasn't able to share between vista and XP, so yeah, samba might be a little harder03:44
mantra2where else can i get keys keyserver.bu.edu does not work for me?03:44
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mantra2it laggs out03:44
rolfenTama00:  you can use fuse to mount the windows network03:44
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Emperor886Anyone know how I can get sounds to work on my laptop with Ubuntu?03:44
Tomo_can anyone recommend a reference book that covers most topics on linux but isnt too technical... just something to help a beginner get out of trouble if they need it03:44
rolfenTama00:  and you will then access it as if it were local directories03:45
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sportgizzo: well i was going to be posting family photos but ..yea thx for the piracy heads up03:45
Tama00rolfen, damn fuse sounds confusing03:45
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pedro__how do i make windows the default kernel in grub?03:45
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rolfenTama00: i did that to access windows network from xfce, it's not too complicated but i forgot how to do it03:45
gizzopedro__ man grub03:45
inazadKeylogger on linux existing ?03:46
gizzoits in the manual03:46
pedro__oh yeah03:46
pedro__forget about man pages03:46
craigbass1976Tomo_, I find Oreilly books to be good, but better if you already have an idea what you're doing.  I was thinking "Running Linux" as it was my first book, but thought the dummy book for RH7.3 was better for a newb03:46
mantra2can someone help me?03:46
BaD_CrC22 mins until i hit 50 days uptime. blah. ubuntu++03:46
Tama00forget this ill just take my thumb drive down stairs and copy what i need onto that03:46
mantra2i need to get a key and this is driving me insane03:46
Tama00stupid networking why is it so hard03:46
inazadmantra2, which kind of key ?03:46
mantra2i need a key for compiz fusion but subkeys.pgp.net always just sits. and doesnt get anything for me03:47
Tomo_craigbass1976,  haha i have not a clue what im doing.. i just migrated to ubuntu yesterday after a lifetime on windows03:47
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inazadmantra2, which key do u want.. the private or the public ?03:47
gizzoTomo_ the ubuntu website would be a good start03:47
mantra2i dont think it matters?03:48
craigbass1976Tomo_, Well, you're most of the way there then.  What in particular are you looking for?03:48
mantra2gpg --keyserver subkeys.pgp.net --recv-keys 81836EBFgpg: requesting key 81836EBF from hkp server subkeys.pgp.net03:48
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mantra2just sits03:48
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inazadmantra2, what's the problem ?03:48
mantra2it sits at that03:48
Tomo_craigbass1976,  just want to understand what the commands are that im typing in... i know i can just do them but i feel better if i have a small understanding of them03:48
mantra2gpg: requesting key 81836EBF from hkp server subkeys.pgp.net03:48
mantra2gpg: no valid OpenPGP data found.03:48
mantra2gpg: read_block: read error: invalid packet03:48
mantra2gpg: Total number processed: 003:48
mantra2gpg: keyserver timed out03:48
mantra2gpg: keyserver receive failed: keyserver error03:48
BaD_CrCpaste city whoa03:49
gizzomantra2 i think it kind of explains itself03:49
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mantra2i know03:49
mantra2im asking.03:49
mantra2where is another place i can look?03:49
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craigbass1976Tomo_, what have you been typing?03:49
gizzolook at the gpg website03:49
inazadmantra2, I don't understand what u're trying to do ?03:49
craigbass1976Tomo_, Have you discovered the man pages yet?  Not always very helpful, but sometimes they're a start03:49
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Tomo_craigbass1976,  well the tutorials on how to get certain things working.. i just type in the code they give me without second thought of what its doing03:50
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mantra2I am trying to install compiz fusion, but i need a public key for the resp, It keeps lagging out when  i get it, where else can i look to get a key for it?03:50
craigbass1976Tomo_, did you get my pm?03:50
gizzoTomo_: https://help.ubuntu.com/03:50
inazadmantra2, oh.. I don't know..03:50
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umop-apisdnprolly the wrong place to ask, but... can anyone give me any info on using mousegestures in compiz?03:51
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rolfenTama00: if you want to give it a try i found the link the the fuse tutorial: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=304131&highlight=xubuntu03:51
YoshiBishii am having some trouble with 64bit ubuntu using 32bit firefox03:51
YoshiBishiit is not detecting my printer03:51
rolfennight all03:51
YoshiBishibut 64bit firefox does03:51
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Tama00rolfen, okay thanks03:52
gizzoYoshiBishi: should i guess the answer? :)03:52
YoshiBishiplease do =)03:52
Emperor886Yoshi, why do you use 32 bit FF?03:52
YoshiBishii cant get flash to work on the 64bit ff03:52
unagigop is not closed on cell 1 of source...............anyone know what that error in k9copy means?03:52
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Emperor886Could you not use 64 bit for printing and 32 for normal use?03:52
gizzo32bit Firefox doesnt recognize the printer, you are probably using a 54bit version of the printing subsystem03:53
YoshiBishii can03:53
gizzo64 that is03:53
YoshiBishii was just wondering if there was a work around03:53
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gizzoYoshiBishi: stick with 64, thats what i'm doing :-)03:53
YoshiBishihow did you enable flash on 64?03:53
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gizzoYoshiBishi: i didnt, but i dont print flash from my 32 bit FF :)03:53
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YoshiBishiwell i suppose i will just use 32bit for browsing and 64 for printing03:54
YoshiBishithanks =)03:54
gizzoYoshiBishi: its an anoying problem, soon we will have flash for 74 and thats it03:54
gizzo64, what is wrong with my numbers tonight03:54
YoshiBishii shall frequent this channel.. just started using ubuntu =/03:54
YoshiBishithanks for the help03:55
gizzoYoshiBishi: its the same in 64bit windows/vista03:55
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BaD_CrC*stab* *stab* *stab* ----> Amarok03:55
curro#join linux03:55
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Emperor886Does Ubuntu have a program to erase CD-RW's?03:56
craigbass1976Emperor886, dd?03:56
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craigbass1976Tomo_, You still with us?03:57
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BaD_CrCk3b, gnomebaker, nero03:57
Tomo_craigbass1976,  yeah just reading some articles on the ubuntu website.. interesting stuff03:57
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ariczugh, can anyone help me set up elmo?03:58
killerboymoin ich htte mal ne frage hab mir antivir irgendwie installiert aber geht eh ned weil er nicht richtig im hintergrund arbeitet....wollte einfach mal fragen wie ich es bei ubuntu deinstalliert bekomme.......danke mich im voraus03:58
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BaD_CrCyou gotta "tickle" it03:58
Music_Shuffle!de | killerboy03:58
ubotukillerboy: Deutschsprachige Hilfe fuer Probleme mit Ubuntu, Kubuntu und Edubuntu finden Sie in den Kanaelen #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #xubuntu-de und #edubuntu-de03:58
BaD_CrCugh, i'm tired. i shouldn't be typing on irc.03:59
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BaD_CrCsorry peeps03:59
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nickrudBaD_CrC, no, you beat me to it. You're good for me :)03:59
gizzoEmperor886: i guess its built into the CD/DVD Creator you just have to read the ubuntu help, probably some simple point and click03:59
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Felarinaricz : what is elmo?03:59
BaD_CrCit's bad enough i'm trying to make a php script for work that works as a basic organizer for the boss.04:00
ariczFelarin : mailclient04:00
godofredoanyone know the command to move all the contents of one folder to another folder via terminal?04:00
BaD_CrCman mv04:00
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nickrudgodofredo, mv04:00
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godofredonickrud, i want what is in the folder, not the folder itself..04:00
bcbooteris there a media player just like winamp, for linux??04:00
XiXaQhow do you change character encoding?04:01
Flannel!away > Etra|Away04:01
Lo_Panis just like winamp04:01
Felarintry cp -r [path]  [destination] 04:01
FlannelXiXaQ: in which program?04:01
nickrudgodofredo, mv /path/to/first/folder/* /path/to/second/folder   <-- note the asterisk04:01
BaD_CrCi keep writing these long "if" statements then going back and cleaning up the code04:01
XiXaQFlannel, heh, Ubuntu.04:01
Flannelgodofredo: What are you moving?04:01
Lo_Panbcbooter: xmms and beep media player04:01
bcbooteri tried xmms and it would even let me open a media library, sorted by artists only04:01
Felarinjust cp the old folder to a new name04:01
FlannelXiXaQ: right, but what part of ubuntu?04:01
Felarinand mv the other folder to the original path04:01
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Lo_Pantry beep, otherwise winamp in wine04:01
XiXaQFlannel, globally?04:01
craigbass1976godofredo, mv dir/* newdir/04:02
BaD_CrCthen i realize it's for my boss and go back to the mess it was so he can't get any other meathead working here to decipher my mess.04:02
bcbooterwinamp doesnt work in wine *_*04:02
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godofredoFlannel, a ton of maps on my game server via ssh to the download location04:02
Lo_Pandoesn't it?04:02
godofredocraigbass1976, ?04:02
bcbooterdidnt work for me04:02
bcbooterit kept crashing after it was half loaded04:02
Flannelgodofredo: alright.  then cp will work fine.  If you were moving other things, (like a directory to a new partition), you'd have to do it differently.04:02
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linux_user400354is it possible to print from linux to a computer with vista thats sharing a printer without using a username and password for the work group?04:02
super-normalcan someone help me with updating my ipw3945 ..04:02
BaD_CrCand what's wrong with xmms or the umpteen jillion other linux media players out there?04:03
craigbass1976You're trying to move stuff, right?  if I want to move everything in /home/craig/ to /home/craigo/ I type mv /home/craig/* /home/craigo04:03
umop-apisdnlinux_user400354: probably not.04:03
Felarintry amarok, but you'll need to install kde-libs and some other dependencies to make it work on GNOME04:03
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godofredoFlannel, so which command should i use?04:03
Felarinor you could get kubuntu04:03
craigbass1976sorry godofredo04:03
CThois there a way to find out how much time my CPU spends in C1 halt states?04:03
mcrandelloHi I'm trying to get an external usb numpad working with my laptop, but whenever hit the numlock key on the numpad it enables the keyboard one also04:03
BaD_CrClinux_user400354: type "guest" as user, "guest" as password04:03
godofredocraigbass1976, so lemme try this a sec and can you check my work?04:03
BaD_CrCit's the basic winblows connection stuffs04:04
gizzolinux_user400354: you must have unix file and printer sharing installed on the windows machine04:04
robert_does anybody know how to get nspluginwrap working under fiesty?04:04
craigbass1976godofredo, make sure you have the trailing /   I forgot it in the first reply04:04
BaD_CrCblah, i don't know. i'm going to idle here soon.04:04
super-normalguys how can i delete the temporary files in linux04:04
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craigbass1976super-normal, where are they?04:04
mcrandellosuper-normal, temporary files from what?04:04
gizzosuper which: which exact ones?04:04
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Tomo_craigbass1976,  and gizzo  thank you guys... i think i should be able to handle myself from here.. just a matter of taking my time and reading everything step by step i think04:05
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gizzoTomo_: good luck04:05
mcrandelloyour browser there sbould be a button somewhere, system wide ones are in /tmp but be careful04:05
rfuHello. I have a strange problem. Apparently when I press any button on my keyboard, my mouse becomes unresponsive...04:05
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super-normalin windows we can do that in system tools .. then cleanup ... and this will delete all the files that we don't need them anymore..... from the explorer and another programs04:06
craigbass1976Tomo_, I have a book that gives pretty detailed descritions of commands, but it's a big 'un.04:06
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BaD_CrCrm -rf real_life   PERMISSION DENIED  sudo rm -rf real_life   DONE04:06
Tomo_craigbass1976,  whats the name? ill see if amazon has it04:06
Picisuper-normal: Ubuntu puts its temp files in /tmp/ which is cleaned out on every reboot.04:06
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gizzosuper-normal: thats because windows is retarded and keeps crap forever04:07
Picisuper-normal: But do not delete stuff from there while the system is running, alot of stuff is still in use.04:07
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Felarinyou dont need to do that windows crap in linux04:07
BaD_CrCreboot? ubuntu? why on earth would you do that?04:07
Felarinand gizzo is spot on04:07
Felarinwindows is retarded, assumes you love crap04:07
craigbass1976Tomo_, had to get the borders sticker off.  ISBN# 0-13-147823-0   try that04:07
gizzosuper-normal: another thing you dont need to do is DEFRAG, so dont even ask04:07
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unagidoes wine run games well?04:07
Felarinwine? nope04:07
super-normaleven the firefox temporary files are there ??04:07
stev1hey, i'm fairly new to ubuntu/linux and i need some help04:07
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mcrandellotemp internet files there's a button in your konq, ff, opera or whatever options04:07
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ircusrhi all04:07
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unagi!defrag | super-normal04:07
ubotusuper-normal: defragmentation is not needed for Ext3 and ReiserFS filesystems. They are much more efficient in their allocation of storage units.04:07
FelarinFF temp files are cleared directly from FF04:07
rfuHello. I have a strange problem. Apparently when I press any button on my keyboard, my mouse becomes unresponsive...04:07
craigbass1976Tomo_, let me know what you found04:08
Felarinyou can set FF to clear them upon every closure of FF04:08
BaD_CrCsudo dd if=/dev/random of=/dev/(windows partiton)04:08
ircusrhey i have a question04:08
Pici!ask | ircusr04:08
ubotuircusr: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)04:08
ircusrwhat are the minimum system requirments for ub untu?04:08
super-normalunagi  what is this defrag ??04:08
unagia computer04:08
mcrandellosuper-normal, if you have a high speed internet connection you usually do with out a cache/temp files etc04:08
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craigbass1976ircusr, I've run it on a 300mhz box (xubuntu)04:08
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ircusrpentium III?04:08
unagiircusr i run it on a commadore 64 with a monochomatic screen04:08
gizzoi have a 200mhz stripped down server04:08
IndyGunFreakircusr: you can run it on fairly old hardware.04:09
craigbass1976unagi, hah04:09
mcrandello*you *can* usually do without...04:09
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ircusrhow much ram?04:09
stev1if anyone knows why sound doesn't work sometimes on ubuntu, please let me know04:09
unagi=) craigbass197604:09
super-normalmcrandello how04:09
Felarinxubuntu uses xfce right?04:09
stev1128 mb reccomend04:09
zialsit'll work with 64mb though04:09
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super-normali have 512 dsl04:09
BaD_CrCi had ubuntu-server breezy on a pII 30004:09
ircusrI ask because I have a lot of old laptops that i want to install ubuntu on04:09
Tomo_craigbass1976,  is it called, A Practical Guide to Linux(R) Commands, Editors, and Shell Programming?04:09
Felarini'd suggest a bit more RAM if you wanna run Ubuntu04:09
mcrandellosuper-normal, you using firefox? edit->preferences04:09
craigbass1976unagi, wonder how many folks in here nowadays get the joke...04:09
FlannelFelarin: yes04:09
stev1you'll be fine04:09
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FelarinUbuntu-server can run on old hardware though04:09
chaosmysticI'd use Xubuntu alternate install with 128 mb ram04:09
craigbass1976Tomo_, that's the animal04:09
unagiprobably not many craigbass197604:09
godofredocraigbass1976, i get this error: no such directory...04:09
YANPI have a question which is probably going to be a hard one to answer:  Are there any programs on Linux that you can use to play Magic The Gathering over the internet?  How would I run Magic Work Station (A windows based program) on Linux?  Through Wine?  If so how would I do that? (I am new and need to be walked through it.)04:09
Felarinit's on the X, GNOME that consumes a bit more04:09
IndyGunFreakircusr: here's from ubuntu's website..  The desktop CD allows you to try Ubuntu without changing your computer at all, and at your option to install it permanently later. This type of CD is what most people will want to use. You will need at least 256MB of RAM to install from this CD.04:09
IndyGunFreakThere are two images available, each for a different type of computer:04:09
craigbass1976godofredo, then there isn't one04:10
craigbass1976godofredo, what was the comand?04:10
chaosmysticYANP - Just install the windows exe under Wine04:10
unagii tell you though i am impressed with linux..........its much more efficient with cpu and ram and video04:10
godofredocraigbass1976, hold on04:10
gizzoYANP forget about playing windows programs under linux04:10
unagidoes wine run games well?04:10
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stev1anyone help?04:10
gizzoi mean windows games not programs04:10
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IndyGunFreakircusr: thats to install from the live CD, I'm pretty sure actually running, you can use less04:10
Felarinunagi : it's like eating salmon after trying sardines04:10
gizzouse wine for the rest of the windows crap04:10
YANPchaosmystic: How do I do that?04:10
craigbass1976unagi, more efficient than windows, or the commodore?04:10
unagilol Felarin yea04:10
Felarinunagi: that is, after you switch from windows[sardines] 04:10
unagithan windows craigbass197604:10
mcrandellosuper-normal, under the advanced section and the network tab04:10
BaD_CrCgizzo: http://winehq.org/  <-- read up on WINE and games04:10
YANPgizzo: I am a windows user so I dont know any other way.04:10
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FlannelYANP: Apprentice works through wine, I'm not sure about MWS.  winehq.org might have info on it, here's a howto on how wine works:04:10
Flannel!wine | YANP04:11
godofredocraigbass1976, /enemy-territory/etmain/* no such file or directory04:11
ubotuYANP: wine is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine for more information.04:11
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super-normalok let me see04:11
craigbass1976unagi, offtopic quesiton.  Can I pm you?04:11
chaosmysticInstall wine and then just install the game normally04:11
unagido windows games run well under wine Felarin04:11
unagisure craigbass197604:11
Felarinno, they do not04:11
IndyGunFreakircusr: what type of hardware are the laptops?04:11
YANPFlannel: Appr sucks =[04:11
Felarinbut they can be made to run04:11
unagiso you cant run windows games on linux =(04:11
Flannelunagi: the ones that work do work well, yes.04:11
mcrandellosuper-normal, hit "clear now" to get rid of the temp files04:11
Felarinjust that they wont run as well as they do on Windows and not all games will work04:11
unagiis there a list of games that work?04:11
super-normalmcrandello ok what i do04:11
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stev1if ANYONE can tell me why the hell sound used to work on ubuntu, still works on XP on the same computer but now won't work at all on ubuntu, help me please04:11
chaosmysticStarCraft works great under wine04:11
super-normalok i did04:11
madman91hey guys04:11
ircusrsome of the laptops are pentium IIIs04:11
Felarinyeah some games work well under wine04:11
Felarinbut most dont04:11
ircusrwith 128mb of ram04:11
unagican windows version of WOW work?04:11
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gizzoBaD_CrC: i have and i have tried it it either doesnt work or if at best case it works its slow as hell04:12
chaosmysticIt depends on the game04:12
craigbass1976godofredo, is the folder in / or /home/yourname ?04:12
kahrytanWoW plays under WINE and is allowed  by Blizzard04:12
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ircusrthe others are pentium M04:12
IndyGunFreakircusr: those will likely run Ubuntu w/o to big of a problem, i run it with a 1ghz Pentium III04:12
Felarinunagi : you need to buy and pay for cedega for that to work i believe04:12
instabinhow do i make the icons for avant-window-navigator go all over the place?04:12
godofredocraigbass1976, /04:12
genefitzYANP, if thre are games for windows you feel you need, you may want to look into Crossover Office.04:12
mcrandelloyou can try it with 0 in there and it won't store anything in the cache, that's how I roll04:12
Felarinbut i heard the FPS is not that impressive04:12
super-normalnow i removed the unneeded files ??????mcrandello04:12
IndyGunFreakircusr: i tihink those willb e fine04:12
ubotucedega is a project based on WINE, aimed at running Windows games on Linux. For more info, see http://help.ubuntu.com/community/Cedega04:12
craigbass1976godofredo, so ls /04:12
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mcrandellosuper-normal, should have04:12
Tomo_can u play games using vmware ?04:12
madman91i installed ssh and i setup a private/public pair thing with a remote host.. it works.. but everytime i ssh to it it asks for the passphrase, i know i can use ssh-agent . but when i run ssh-agent, i still have to input passwords.. the remote host is winxp and localhost is ubuntu 7.0404:12
DM|Sup all04:12
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DM|tomo_ no04:12
stev1if ANYONE can tell me why the hell sound used to work on ubuntu, still works on XP on the same computer but now won't work at all on ubuntu, help me please04:12
Felarinno you cannot atm04:12
BaD_CrCgizzo: what do you expect since it's an application layer pretending to be windows when it really isn't?04:12
genefitzNot you have to pay to use it, but there is a lost of programs at thier site that it says it will run with little issues..04:12
unagiok folks04:12
Felarinthe old versions of VMWARE do not emulate dx04:12
unagigotta run04:12
super-normalyeah i did mcrandello04:12
DM|tomo_ vmware has no glx extensions04:12
ircusryou know what would be great for linux??04:12
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godofredocraigbass1976, then what?04:13
Felarinbut the newer versions in BETA are testing DX out04:13
IndyGunFreakstev1: what t ype of sound device?04:13
rfuHello. I have a strange problem. Apparently when I press any button on my keyboard, my mouse becomes unresponsive...04:13
instabinmcrandello: you can not play open gl or directx games in vmware04:13
Felarinso in future, you will be able to play windows games on VMWARE04:13
craigbass1976godofredo, then  if /enemy-territory/ is there, ls /enemy-territory/04:13
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ircusrif there was 3d hardware acceleration under an emulator like vmware04:13
YANPgenefitz: Ok I will check that out.  Is it free to download or anything?04:13
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super-normalmcrandello ,, can the firefox do that atomaticly ????04:13
chaosmysticTomo - you can install windows under vmware and then play games on that. But that defeats the purpose04:13
godofredocraigbass1976, and if it's not?04:13
Felarinircusr : they're working on it in the newer versions of vmware workstation04:13
DM|Felarin it will never be better than Wine as far as performance, unless you are running a 4k comp04:13
BaD_CrCone... more... cup... of... coffee...04:13
FelarinDM : True that.04:13
mcrandellosuper-normal, alright then you should be set, under the privacy header you can put a check in the box for "always clear my private data when I close.."04:13
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ShackJackircusr: vmware is not an emulator :)04:13
kaide1Any ideas why Tribe 3 of Gutsy Gibbon wont see my striped array i've created. I'm using my onboard Silicon Image Raid Controller, i have to supply a driver for vista to notice it but i would have assumed ubuntu would have noticed it without04:13
gizzoBaD_CrC: i expect windows to dig a hole and jump in it, then i expect to push all the dirt on top of it and stick a license key on top of it!04:13
FlannelYANP: Check out wine.  MWS might work on it, winehq has a DB for games that do or dont (or are untested)04:13
craigbass1976godofredo, Then you can't very well copy files from it04:14
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super-normaloh ok ......04:14
genefitzYANP, no, you have to pay for that one. I think it is like $20 but it does run a few windows programs..04:14
ircusrwell, whatever vmware is04:14
BaD_CrCgizzo: bwhahaha04:14
DM|tomo_ what game you looking on running?04:14
super-normalmcrandello thank you very much :)04:14
mcrandellosuper-normal, then hit the settings button and make sure cache is checked04:14
ircusror in a free virtualizer04:14
genefitzIt gives a list on the site that tells what it will run04:14
ircusrlike vbox04:14
ircusror qemu04:14
YANPFlannel: I am still looking on how to isntall wine =[04:14
ShackJack!enter | ircusr04:14
ubotuircusr: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!04:14
DM|qemu stinks04:14
Flannel!wine | YANP04:14
ubotuYANP: wine is a compatibility layer for running Windows programs on GNU/Linux. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Wine for more information.04:14
mcrandellosuper-normal, n/p good luck with it04:14
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ircusrwhy does qemu stink?04:14
Tomo_DM|,  im not it was just a question ive been thinking about... ill stick with my beloved wii :D04:14
gizzovmware should work fine04:14
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Felarinvbox is pretty good, has support for usb 2.0 over the free vmware server[only workstation supports usb 2.0 atm] 04:14
genefitzFlannel, I use wine for a few programs, but I find it to be unstable at best..04:15
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Tomo_gizzo,  automatix failed at installing the codecs :(04:15
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genefitzIt is a 50/50, about half of what I have tried in wine has crashed..04:15
BaD_CrCircusr: last time i played with qemu, it wouldn't even boot the ubuntu cd .iso04:15
DM|tomo_ dont use automatix.....04:15
Flannelgenefitz: Plenty others use wine stably. It really depends on what you're running with it.04:15
DM|tomo_ what are u trying to install04:15
Felarini tried getting my usb 2.0 3.5G broadband modem to work in vmware-server at the time, didnt work, then figured out from the release notes that it wont work unless it supports usb 2.0. vbox supports that so i got it to work there.04:15
YANPAnother question: My guy who used to be my friend says Ubuntu is better then Open Suse however another person I know says Open Suse is better.  Which do you think is better?04:15
ircusri have used qemu with success04:15
chaosmysticautomatix is not reliable04:15
gizzoTomo_: what? what codecs are you talking about mate?04:15
Felarinno idea how to make it work in ubuntu though04:15
IndyGunFreakTomo_: why int he world are you messing with automatix?04:16
kaide1No idea's on why Gutsy Gibbon Tribe 3 doesn't notice raid arrays from the ASUS CrossHair motherboard? it's showing me 2 seperate drives instead of 1 single one like they are setup to be04:16
genefitzChaosmystic, not in the least..04:16
Flannelkaide1: #ubuntu+1 for gutsy support, thanks04:16
Tomo_*hides in the corner*... i was told too04:16
BaD_CrCautomatix = devil in disguise04:16
Tomo_gizzo,  media codecs to get dvd working etc04:16
FlannelTomo_: You were told incorrectly.  Automatix is a good way to break your system, and that's about it ;)04:16
chaosmysticIts easier to just go to get-deb04:16
stev1if ANYONE can tell me why the hell sound used to work on ubuntu, still works on XP on the same computer but now won't work at all on ubuntu, help me please04:16
Flannel!dvd | Tomo_04:16
ubotuTomo_: 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 DVDs04:16
IndyGunFreakTomo_: then i'd question the advice you get from that person..04:16
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genefitzBaD_CrC, I agree with you..04:16
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LouisvilleLIP!ohmy | stev104:16
ubotustev1: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.04:16
Tomo_ubotu,  ive installed those.. still didnt work04:16
gizzoguys tell Tomo_ what to do04:17
stev1just getting fed up.04:17
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ircusrwould xubuntu run with 128mb of ram?04:17
IndyGunFreakstev1: i have responded to you twice, fi8 you're to dense to respond, then dont' get upset04:17
Flannelircusr: yep04:17
kitcheircusr: yes04:17
BaD_CrCpatience is the key to winning this battle04:17
ircusrbut would it run smoothly?04:17
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Flannelircusr: yep04:17
craigbass1976ircusr, sho 'nuff04:17
YANPAnother question: A guy who used to be my friend says Ubuntu is better then Open Suse however another person I know says Open Suse is better.  Which do you think is better?04:17
gizzostev1 have you checked the sound controls? maybe mute?04:17
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madman91so many ubuntu noobs04:17
super-normalguys .. what is the restracted drivers for ??04:17
stev1whre is the response?04:17
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craigbass1976ircusr, things like OO and FF take a while to fire up04:17
super-normalwhy my driver is there04:17
genefitzircusr, yes, but you may have to use the alternate install. I think it requires 192 for the standard install..04:18
Tomo_maybe its my movie player... can anyone recommend one?04:18
Flannel!sound | stev1, this might help04:18
LouisvilleLIPYANP: you do realize this is an ubuntu forum04:18
ubotustev1, this might help: If you're having problems with sound, first ensure ALSA is selected, by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (ALSA Mixer). If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP304:18
ircusrah ok04:18
madman91can we setup a channel for only intermediate/advanced users.. this channel is too bloated04:18
gizzoTomo_: the ubuntu help is pretty good at explaining how to watch dvd's and stuff04:18
chaosmysticToo bad Ubuntu doesn't offer a free book with its free CD04:18
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IndyGunFreakTomo_: i doubt it.. its likely you don't have the proper codecs04:18
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genefitzIRC, but after the install, Ubuntu should work without issues...04:18
YANPYes I realize..but some people may think differently or might be able to give me a non bias opinion04:18
madman91chaosmystic: well.. everything you use in ubuntu is documented04:18
Tomo_gizzo,  ive followed all their advice... it just wont work for me.. but ill keep trying04:18
Scunizichaosmystic, it does if you buy it at barnes and nobel04:18
chaosmysticI was being sarcastic04:18
Flannelmadman91: Of course youll still need to enter your GPG password04:18
craigbass1976YANP, is he not your friend because you don't trust his opinion?  I think if everything was equal, I'd go with ubuntu only because the sponsering company isn't in bed with MS, or is it?04:19
BaD_CrCi would like to see a ubuntu spinoff of damn small linux. that would be tight.04:19
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IndyGunFreakTomo_: type this.. "/join #indygunfreak", i'll try to figure out what you're doing wrong.04:19
madman91Flannel: thats fine04:19
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loquitus_of_borgHi. How would I copy all the files that match a grep search, to a certain other directory? For example, the following does not work: find . | xargs grep -l "foobar" | xargs cp somedirectory04:19
gizzoTomo_: https://help.ubuntu.com/7.04/musicvideophotos/C/video.html#video-dvd04:19
genefitzYANP, I use both Wine and Crossover for different programs.. I am no more for one than the other..04:19
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SuicidoltI've never used ubuntu before, and this will be my first installation...04:19
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godofredocraigbass1976, it was the home directory that i had wrong....thank you for your help04:19
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craigbass1976Suicidolt, it's so easy04:19
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gizzoTomo_: follow the ubuntu advice its going to work04:19
BaD_CrCSuicidolt: it's well worth your time and effort04:19
craigbass1976godofredo, so it was /home/godofredo/blahblah?04:19
Suicidoltthen help me figure this out04:20
chaosmysticI mean the ubuntu site has an FAQ and tons of answers, if you just use the search feature04:20
rfuHello. Recently, if I press and hold any buttons on the keyboard (I.E ctrl or shift) and try to move my mouse at the same time, the mouse is unresponsive. It won't even click. Anyone have any ideas?04:20
SuicidoltI'm staring at the installation screen04:20
godofredocraigbass1976, yeah04:20
stev1ubotu: thanks for the resources04:20
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deeprootwhat vncserver is ubuntu using when you enable remote desktop connection?04:20
YANPcraigbass1976: He is not my friend because he is an a-hole and has a bad character/personality along with other things.04:20
ScuniziSuicidolt, addicting isn't it?04:20
Suicidolt"Install in text mode" "install in OEM mode" etc04:20
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FlannelSuicidolt: Install in text mode04:20
craigbass1976godofredo, I thought so.  You shouldn't have write privs for / and I doubted that setting up a game would have done that04:20
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genefitzSuicidolt, it may be a little confusing at first, but once you get into the groove, you may find yourself wondering why you didn't use it all along..04:20
godofredocraigbass1976, you were correct, gracias.04:21
BaD_CrCtext is _the_ way to the golden lands04:21
craigbass1976Suicidolt, I can't find your quesiton04:21
SuicidoltI'm kinda looking for someone to walk me through installation actually04:21
gizzoTomo_: System -> Administration -> Synaptic Package Manager if you need to install something, good visual way of doing it04:21
craigbass1976Oh.  Are you going to be in chat while you do it?04:21
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stev1i have 2 alsa mixers, which one works? intel or dell sound blaster04:21
craigbass1976Suicidolt, Oh.  Are you going to be in chat while you do it?04:21
SuicidoltI'm installing it on my laptop04:21
gizzoTomo_: allows you to search for particular things04:21
Suicidoltso I'll be right here the whole time04:22
gizzostev1: whichever one alsa is configured for04:22
FlannelSuicidolt: It's actually really easy, self explanatory, and all the like.  If you have specific questions, you can ask, but the prompts you get won't be difficult04:22
stev1how do i find that out?04:22
deeprooti need help scaling my vnc connection so it will fit in my laptops resolution04:22
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Suicidoltmy biggest issue is about my wireless card04:22
ScuniziSuicidolt, are you doing a dual boot or full Ubuntu install?04:22
genefitzSuicidolt, we can chat with you while you do the install, For the most, the install is pretty simple, but if you need support, I am sure we won't have any problem answering questions :-)04:22
craigbass1976Suicidolt, FIre away then.  THrow in the disc and have at it.  My wife aint coming home for another hour and a half, and I'll only have to get up when the baby yells04:22
gizzostev1: type asoundconf on the command line04:22
javbanybody u made asterisk load by default in ubuntu server? (asterisk installed from source code)04:22
gizzostev1: then you can either list your cards or tell it which one to use04:22
Flanneljavb: Why'd you install from source?04:22
rfuHello. Recently, if I press and hold any buttons on the keyboard (I.E ctrl or shift) and try to move my mouse at the same time, the mouse is unresponsive. It won't even click. Anyone have any ideas?04:22
gizzojavb just put a script in init.d and thats it04:23
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kitchejavb: have to make a init script for it if you installed from source04:23
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LouisvilleLIPrfu: don't have any idea, but have if both are USB, that might be a place to start04:23
robsonblz galera04:23
javbkitche, what if i DONT know how to MAKE that script ? : /04:23
Suicidoltok, I'll start asking questtions when I run into issues04:23
At0mic_PCHow do I give digicam access under my user?04:23
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rfuLouisvilleLIP: Mouse is USB and keyboard is PS/2.04:23
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genefitzSo, here's a good question for the room. What's the current view on Ultimate 1.4?04:24
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craigbass1976Suicidolt, ever installed ANY linux before?04:24
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Suicidoltused to have redhat on this laptop04:24
kitchejavb: then your stuck sicne I don't even know how to make one for upstart04:24
BaD_CrCbest read ever to revive old computers and run ubuntu on them....  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation/LowMemorySystems04:24
kayzuhello. after days of researching, i still have no solution for the CHS/LBA values that get corrupted by the Ubuntu installer (parted). I even phoned my HDD vendor samsung and ran a complete dick check and low-level format with a tool provided by them, but without success. I am trying to multiboot windows xp and ubuntu 7.04 and every time i install ubuntu, testdisk and other programs like partitionmagic tell me that the LBA/CHs values 04:24
stev1gizzo: how do i make it use a certain one ?04:24
gizzojavb you dont have to echo command > /etc/init.d/file and then chmod               u+x /etc/init.d/file04:24
craigbass1976Suicidolt, you're all set then04:24
Suicidoltbut I gave up when I ran into too many issues with my wireless card04:24
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Suicidoltndswrapper = confusing04:24
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gizzostev1 it should tell you on the command i think its like set-default-card cardname04:24
craigbass1976Suicidolt, Yes that can be a chore.  What's your card?04:24
BaD_CrCatheros = teh bling04:24
javbgizzo, i dont have that 'file'04:24
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madman91sshfs problem --> i can write files but i cannot remove them :-?04:25
Flannelgenefitz: that 'ultimate edition' is silly.  It does stupid things and doesn't offer you anything you can't get in the repos, and if you use official Ubuntu, youll get support here.04:25
instabinHow do you get the bouncing icons on the bottom of the screen04:25
gizzojavb just do the echo it will create the file for you04:25
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Suicidoltit's linksys04:25
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craigbass1976I mean the chipset.  lspci will tell you04:25
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SuicidoltI'm in the middle of installing ubuntu atm04:25
craigbass1976You can tell us later though04:25
gizzojavb: (1) echo command > /etc/init.d/asterisk (2) chmod u+x /etc/init.d/asterisk04:25
genefitzFlannel, I was looking at it the other day. I am using Feisty right now. I was curious if anyone had used it.04:25
stev1gizzo: sorry, but i am new. do i type in asoundconf set-default-card cardname04:26
LouisvilleLIPSuicidolt: one of the challenges with Linux, especially on laptops, is that the user's expectations aren't quite right.  I'm not saying it will be difficult, but be patient if it doesn't work out of the box04:26
Suicidoltof course04:26
Flannelgenefitz: It's just Ubuntu with more stuff preinstalled, more or less.  And then automatix and some other crap.04:26
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gizzostev1 first type asoundconf list04:26
craigbass1976Suicidolt, Less than an hour for install, in case you wondered04:26
kitchegizzo: well you have to sudo touch /etc/init.d/asterisk first to get the asterisk file04:26
YANPHow do I uninstall frostwire from the terminal?04:26
Suicidoltthanks LouisvilleLIP04:26
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gizzostev1 then type asoundconf set-default-card whicheverone04:26
FlannelYANP: how did you install it?04:26
craigbass1976Suicidolt, not like RH or Fedora04:26
ubotuberyl is a window manager that takes advantage of an OpenGL accelerated X environment. Help in #ubuntu-effects04:26
YANPtake it out04:26
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FlannelYANP: Right.  HOW did you install it?04:26
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gizzokitche no you dont, if you run the echo as sudo it will create it04:26
javbgizzo, u mean the file with the word 'asterisk' in it, and in /etc/init.d and with chmod thing will do the job?04:27
genefitzFlannel, never mind then.. I am trying to stay away from Automatix.. Too many horror stories..04:27
YANPOh...I double clicked it...I downloaded it off the frostwire website04:27
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pawani cannot install wine04:27
Suicidoltif I can figure it out, this will be a godsend04:27
FlannelYANP: Ah, then you're stuck outside of package management, and you'll have to use whatever uninstallers they've provided.  (cross your fingers)04:27
stev1and where do i find the list of cards?04:27
kravlinMy sound failed and Rhythmbox crashes when i start it. Any idea why?04:27
SuicidoltI've loved everything about linux I've seen in the past04:27
gizzojavb 'echo asterisk-executable-name /etc/init.d/asterisk04:27
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gizzojavb then just chmod it04:28
punsadI just installed xubuntu on a laptop which I'm going to use as an experimental LAMP server.  I just noticed that inetd wasn't installed by default (unlike debian sarge, which I'm used to).   Are there any other differences with debian that might be helpful to know?04:28
stev1gizzo: and where do i find the list of cards?04:28
YANPWell I dont even know how to use ubuntu let alone understand what you are talking about.04:28
genefitzI did, however add the repos for Studio Edition.. Next goal is to find a driver package for my ADAT card, and I may be moving my studio to Linux..04:28
pawani installed wine but it is only showing uninstaller04:28
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punsadone of there reasons I switched to ubuntu is that debian wouldn't 'just work' with my atheros based wifi card04:28
gizzostev1 asoundconf list <<<<<04:28
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craigbass1976genefitz, good luck.  I just found out today that dapper's version of ardour doesn't do pan envelopes very well, so I'm upgrading to Feisty, which has 2.0304:29
kravlinpawan: Thats because you need to install a program. Try this. get into a console window and then type winecfg04:29
kayzuafter days of researching, i still have no solution for the CHS/LBA values that get corrupted by the Ubuntu installer (parted). I even phoned my HDD vendor samsung and ran a complete dick check and low-level format with a tool provided by them, but without success. I am trying to multiboot windows xp and ubuntu 7.04 and every time i install ubuntu, testdisk and other programs like partitionmagic tell me that the LBA/CHs values don't m04:29
kravlinsee if it brings anything up04:29
milllmannni get no response from telnet after i EHLO mail.mydomain.com... anyone have any idea what the deal is... im trying to get to work with postfix04:29
kravlinMy sound failed and Rhythmbox crashes when i start it. Any idea why?04:29
FlannelYANP: oh, the one on their site is a deb file.  Alright, youre still good then.  Uh, the package name is 'frostwire', so `sudo apt-get remove --purge frostwire` should remove it04:29
kitchegizzo: hmm it doesn't do what you suggested here04:29
umop-apisdnpawan: http://www.winehq.org/site/download-deb04:29
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Picipawan: sudo apt-get install wine04:30
Suicidoltit's asking if my system clock is set to UTC, is it?  I assume it is04:30
genefitzCraig, I was able to pull Ardour onto my Feisty machine, no issues so far..04:30
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cappicardhey all. anyone using a 32-bit wifi windows driver with 64-bit ndiswrapper?04:30
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kitchegizzo: nevermind it does lol04:30
FlannelSuicidolt: ARe you dualbooting with windows?04:30
punsadcan anyone tell me the major differences (configuration wise - not so much philosophy) between debian and ubuntu?04:30
SuicidoltI had Windows on here before04:30
javbgizzo: says, permission denied, even im doing it as root04:30
Suicidoltbut it was a POS04:30
Flannelpunsad: Not a whole lot04:30
YANPFlannel: oh ok..will try that after wine is installed...I not sure how I did the wine install I just typed some stuff I remember someone said the other day since the websites always confuse me.04:30
genefitzLike I said, the biggest kill for it will be the ability to use my ADAT card with it..04:30
Suicidoltso no04:30
craigbass1976punsad, I think Ubuntu just has newer stuff04:30
Suicidoltno more windows04:30
kravlinI have a dual boot system currently04:30
kitchegizzo I just didn't see if at first from all the files I have in my /home04:30
Suicidoltall linux04:30
FlannelSuicidolt: so, Ubuntu is the only thing that'll be on this box?04:30
BaD_CrCgood choice04:30
FlannelSuicidolt: then yeah, you'll want your system time to be set to UTC04:30
genefitzI checked 64 Studio they don't have a solution yet, I am still searching al the WIKI's I can find..04:30
kravlinMy sound failed and Rhythmbox crashes when i start it. Any idea why?04:30
punsadcraigbass1976: that's what I thought until I installed samba and noticed swat wasn't 'just working'04:31
kravlinlol. Probably because i'm running ubuntu6404:31
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LouisvilleLIPgood man, Suicidolt.  All-in is the way to do it.04:31
craigbass1976punsad, What's swat?04:31
cafuegoSamba Web Admin Tool04:31
YANPWhat is a link that will teach me how to use ubuntu in baby steps?04:32
genefitzKravlin, I had some problems with 64 bit, I had to revert to 32.04:32
punsadcraigbass1976: an easy way to setup samba shares.  web interface04:32
BaD_CrCewww, webmin?04:32
craigbass1976LouisvilleLIP, it's funny the feeling you get when the last windows box in the house gets the heave ho04:32
PiciBaD_CrC: no, not webmin. SWAT.04:32
pawanstill cant see wine04:32
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javbgizzo: iwas told that there must be an script. if echo will create it.. that what i`ve done04:32
genefitzIt kinda sucked, because 64 seemed to run so much faster..04:32
javblet me test04:32
cafuegoBaD_CrC: No, swat.04:32
kravlingenefitz: I don't want to but its causing problems.04:32
craigbass1976punsad, ahh, I've never used it.  Just editted smb.conf04:32
Picipawan: its not a graphical application, you need to run it in the terminal.04:32
BaD_CrCi read into that wrong04:32
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Suicidoltthis should be entertaining04:32
gizzojavb 'echo command > /etc/init.d/scriptname' will create the script04:32
kravlinpawan: did you try what i told you>04:32
Picipawan: i.e: wine application.exe04:32
gizzonot sure why you are getting the permission error04:32
cafuegogenefitz: for desktop use I've found that to not be the case.04:32
javbgizzo..... THANKSSSSSSSSSSSSS A LOT04:32
genefitzkravlin, I feel your pain.. It was hard for me..04:33
YANPWho wants to teach me how to use Ubuntu?04:33
stev1gizzo: when i type in asoundconf list i get ich5 and live. how do i then change my default to any of those?04:33
gizzojavb afterwards you have to chmod it to make it executable04:33
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javbjust worked.04:33
javbthank you very much04:33
LouisvilleLIPI'm 95% windows-free at home.  I still need some silly Office stuff for school, but only when I have to share work with other people.04:33
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gizzostev1 so now can you guess what the next step is? :-)04:33
kravlingenefitz: its not really because i dislike switching arcatectures or anything. Its that i finally got this os back to the way i like it.04:33
kayzucould someone please answer my question? :/04:33
craigbass1976YANP, typical protocol is you figure out exactly what you're trying to do, google some, then come in here when you can't find that answer04:33
BaD_CrCok, one more cup of coffee04:33
stev1yeah. type asoundconf set-default-card ich504:33
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LouisvilleLIP!ask | kayzu04:34
ubotukayzu: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)04:34
craigbass1976LouisvilleLIP, can't just give them pdfs?04:34
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YANPcraigbass1976: I no like that protocol =[04:34
FlannelYANP: help.ubuntu.com has a lot of good instructions on setting arbitrary things up04:34
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kravlinLouisvilleLIP: Openoffice can save in office formats04:34
BaD_CrCsheesh, didn't i say that about a half hour ago?04:34
kravlinMy sound failed and Rhythmbox crashes when i start it. Any idea why?04:34
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genefitzLouisvilleLip, I use OpenOffice for sharing with windows users. When you save, you can do so in MS office format..04:34
ScuniziFlannel, why set the sys time to utc?04:34
kayzulouisvilleLIP, i did already ask the question twice04:34
genefitzOf course, I usually e-mail documents to where they need to go..04:34
stev1gizzo: yeah. type asoundconf set-default-card ich504:34
kravlinkayzu: ask it again. Its hard to distinguish your message when we all focus on other people.04:34
LouisvilleLIPyeah, I know, but 1 time it didn't work exactly right, I had to re-type the last page, and that was enough for me.  When a group's grade depends on me, the risk isn't worth it04:34
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craigbass1976YANP, sorry dude, it's what everyone else has to do, unless you want to pay for lessons04:34
rainmanI need help please, I installed 7.04 and all went good except sound. sound is playing .wav but not mp3 or movie sound. I get broken sound with scratches and missing notes. any help on this?04:35
kayzuokay: after days of researching, i still have no solution for the CHS/LBA values that get corrupted by the Ubuntu installer (parted). I even phoned my HDD vendor samsung and ran a complete dick check and low-level format with a tool provided by them, but without success. I am trying to multiboot windows xp and ubuntu 7.04 and every time i install ubuntu, testdisk and other programs like partitionmagic tell me that the LBA/CHs values d04:35
kravlinkayzu: you now have a bunch of people watching you so ask it.04:35
gizzostev1 thats it04:35
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genefitzLouisvilleLIP, I understand..04:35
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napkinhey, does anyone know where/how i can change the multimedia frameworks?  ie, xine vs gstreamer for totem?  i remember there being a configuration dialog for this but i can't find it...04:35
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genefitzIt is hard being an outsider in the seeminly Microsoft controlled world..04:35
Scunizikayzu, your posts are too long. The meat of what you were trying to say is getting truncated.04:35
kayzuouch.. i meant disk check :p04:35
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gizzostev1 after that make sure that you have alsa set as the output in your sound settings System -> Preferences -> Sound04:35
kravlingah. Im running a server so i can't reboot. but the sound is the only way i know to reboot.04:36
kravlinit sucks04:36
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zomglolhi to all04:36
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LouisvilleLIPbut, if it's just my grade, I have no problems using OO.  In fact, I like Word Processor better than Word.04:36
gizzostev1 then make sure the volume is up04:36
stev1gizzo: will it just display desktop name after that04:36
kravlini mean the reboot is the only way to fix the sound04:36
genefitzBut bright side, LouisvilleLIP, from some recent reports I have read, we are gaining more and more popularity every day :-)04:36
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stev1gizzo: haha, ok04:36
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GoRocket1981Is it possible to easily install all server components on a ubuntu desktop installation?04:36
kjmI am trying to install lint - to check some c code.  Doesn't seem to be in any repos.....why note?04:36
ScuniziSuicidolt, have you ever used linux before?04:36
kayzuokay, after installing ubuntu, programs like testdisk and partitionmagic say the CHS/LBA values are corrupted04:36
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kayzuthis seems to be a bug in parted04:37
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kravlinMy sound failed and Rhythmbox crashes when i start it. Any idea why?04:37
Suicidoltyes, but not ubuntu, and not for a long period of time04:37
gizzokjm very likely its not supported anymore04:37
Suicidoltit was mostly like on-the-fly stuff04:37
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FlannelGoRocket1981: of course.  Linux makes no differentiation between 'server' and 'desktop' systems (or programs, for that matter)04:37
SAM_themanyo peeps04:37
gizzokjm lint sucks anyway04:37
craigbass1976GoRocket1981, like apache and such?  Yes04:37
Suicidoltplaying with livepuppy types of things scunizi04:37
jerbull88how can i get server software for desktop ed04:37
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torque2kHas anyone here used the "Alt+Connect" package in *buntu? Currently running XP ICS for my LAN out to a modem and ISP, but looking for a "connectable" Linux dialer on a server...04:38
kahrytan!lamp | GoRocket198104:38
ubotuGoRocket1981: LAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process (different in Edgy+)04:38
ScuniziSuicidolt, so you have some experience.. that's good.. it's a whole new world.04:38
kjmgizzo - ok.........sorry, been ages since I've used C; but need to check some code someones sent me.  Is there an alternative?04:38
craigbass1976jerbull88, what are you looking for?04:38
stev1gizzo: did everything you said, still no sound04:38
SuicidoltI'm excited04:38
Suicidoltthis is going to be for school04:38
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punsadjerull88: same as for anything else: apt-get install programname04:38
Suicidoltshould make for entertainment04:38
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gizzostev1 google it04:38
jerbull88i really want to know how to make my desktop install act like a server04:38
gizzoi dont know what to say at this point04:38
nickrudkayzu, I had problems very similar to yours, I had to run fdisk from my ubuntu installation to set up partititions. That destroyed my ubuntu install of course, but I was then able to install windows and ubuntu correctly.04:38
kitchejerbull88: install server software04:38
jerbull88like what04:39
GoRocket1981thanks for your answer04:39
kahrytan!lamp > jerbull8804:39
punsadjerull88: apt-get install apache2 (for example to install web server)04:39
LouisvilleLIPmake sure you sit next to someone with their shiny new Vista laptop.  Then show them Compiz.04:39
kravlini give up. I didn't get this problem until i installed amarok. ill drop that and hope it helps04:39
YANPWhat is the best SNES Emulator for Ubuntu? Zsnes?04:39
kjmjerbull88 - what type of server?  web server?  windows file server?  Ftp server?  It helps if you are specific04:39
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kitchekravlin: it's probably due to arts most likely everyone hates it so KDE dropped it and added a new sound server04:39
kayzunickrud, how do i do that? i'm a newbie :p04:39
punsadjerull88: apt-get install gnump3d (for mp3 streaming server)04:39
kahrytanjerbull88: read the ubotu msg04:39
craigbass1976jerbull88, install apache2, php5 and mysql04:39
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BaD_CrCYANP: i use both zsnes and snes9x. i think i use zsnes more though.04:39
kravlinso if i uninstall arts it may fix it kitche?04:39
rfuQuick question. Does the Default ubuntu x64 kernel support NTFS writing?04:40
gizzokjm: try splint04:40
punsadjerull88: apt-get install gallery (for photo gallery server)04:40
kahrytancraigbass1976: refer people to !lamp04:40
kjmgizzo - thank you.04:40
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bruenigrfu, none of the default ubuntu kernels do04:40
kitchekravlin: it might if you have it installed04:40
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craigbass1976kahrytan, oops.  youre right.  sorry04:40
punsadjerull88: apt-get install samba (for file server)04:40
nickrudkayzu, do you have a working ubuntu install?04:40
genefitzKravlin, no, but you can get it from your "add and Remove"04:40
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kravlinkitche: i dont.04:40
zomglolhow can i limit my wired connection's speed of eth0? in windows network adapter was always limited to 10mbit cuz 100bit lagged a lot04:40
kahrytancraigbass1976: The wiki helps setup private local only servers too.04:40
rfubruenig: thanks.04:40
BaD_CrC!ntfs-3g | rfu04:40
uboturfu: ntfs-3g is a Linux driver which allows read/write access to NTFS partitions. Installation instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MountingWindowsPartitions04:40
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gizzokjm not sure if it works under linux dough i've used it on windows before04:40
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kravlingenefitz: We are trying to figure out why my sound has been flaky lately.04:40
punsadjerull88: any other kind of servers you want to install?04:40
kitchekravlin: then no clue04:40
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kravlinand trying to fix it04:41
YANPBaD_CrC: Is zsnes easy to install for someone who knows nothing about ubuntu or linux? (I just switched from Windows Vista to Ubuntu when my Vista crashed 7 days after I bought my new computer and when Microsoft and Hewlett Packard didn't do anything to help me.)04:41
gizzokjm best bet is to try the c channel04:41
kayzunickrud: well it's working but the CHS/LBA values are corrupt04:41
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kravlinwell i could work on uninstalling stuff04:41
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kjmgizzo - just apt-got it.  Is exactly what I needed - does the type checking etc. I needed.04:41
genefitzKravlin, you can try wrapper, but then again, you may check your audio settings..04:41
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kahrytanYANP: sorry for your pain but try buying a Dell Ubuntu next time :-P04:41
punsadjerull88: apt-get install backuppc (for backup server)04:41
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kravlingenefitz: It was working 15 mins ago04:41
javbgizzo: asterisk starts OK. but, what if i want to stop ot after it is running ?04:41
LouisvilleLIPI wouldn't recommend a Dell Ubuntu04:41
BaD_CrCYANP: yeah, if i remember right, it's in the add/remove programs under the games section.04:41
cardenhas anyone seen the failed error request: BadWindow (invalid Window Parameter) after using the new NVidia drivers? some programs wint run anymore because of this : http://pastebin.com/d39a517da04:42
kravlingenefitz: and it happens a lot04:42
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rfuthanks BaD_CrC04:42
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genefitzKravlin, hmm, interesting.. Let me check the wikis real quick..04:42
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kahrytan!best | YANP04:42
ubotuYANP: Usually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose among a number of different applications, depending on your preferences, the features you require, and other factors.04:42
gizzojavb ps -e | grep asterisk then run kill -9 process-id04:42
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LouisvilleLIPI think the Ubuntu community is getting played on those systems04:42
YANPNext time will just buy Windows Xp..ubuntu is cool and all but all I want to do is play Guild Wars and i cant =[04:42
craigbass1976LouisvilleLIP, are a lot of them breaking?04:42
nickrudkayzu, ok, that's what I had. If you do this, it's gotta be done once, and done correctly. So: applications->accessories->terminal, and run sudo fdisk. It should tell you that your partitions are fubar04:42
kahrytanYANP:  What is so cool about GW?04:42
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bruenigcan't beat HP when it comes to linux04:43
YANPkahrytan: It is the only game I play online.04:43
genefitzKravlin, you running Feisty, Edgy, Gutsy, or Dapper?04:43
BaD_CrCwhat about IBM?04:43
YANPkahrytan: all I do is play GW and go on Myspace04:43
gizzojavb you can get fancy and strip everything but the process id from ps -e and then just pipe it to a kill command04:43
kravlinFeisty in a 64 bit environment04:43
LeBlackNightI am pretty new to Ubuntu (and Linux)... I have everything working on a new install but my USB bluetooth keyboard and mouse require me to unplug the USB hub and plug it back in every time I reboot the computer. Can anyone offer any assistance please?04:43
LouisvilleLIPI'm not sure they are breaking, but for me it's hard to justify the cost.  $50 less than Vista?  I'd rather just go ahead and buy Vista.04:43
punsadbruenig: I've had surprisingly good experience with linux on HP laptops (except for dv5000).  Thinkpads rule as far as linux on laptops, though04:43
LeBlackNight...new 7.04 Ubuntu install that is04:43
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sixtyeightOk, question: I just accidentally spilled some water on my laptop keyboard. :( It is spill resistant, there wasn't much liquid, and everything seems to be running fine. Is there any other thing I can do to make sure there was no further damage? Any disk check-like utilities? I guess the best thing would be to just open the machine up...04:44
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kayzunickrud, okay i'll try that. thanks for the tip :)04:44
LouisvilleLIPI can say that Gateway seems to be the worst for Linux.  Took forever for me to get it barely working04:44
craigbass1976sixtyeight, shut it off and leave it so that the keys are facing down over night04:44
kahrytanYANP: Try running GW under WINE then04:44
mcrandellosixtyeight, maybe lay it upside down for a while04:44
gizzosixtyeight: open the window and throw it out04:44
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nickrudkayzu, if you know disk partitioning, fdisk is simple.04:44
craigbass1976sixtyeight, take the battery out too and hit the power button again to get rid of the juice left in the MB04:44
LouisvilleLIPpop the keyboard and make sure it's dry04:44
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BaD_CrChmm, tired...  irc, play WoW or go to bed...04:45
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bruenigpunsad, yeah I was looking into thinkpads but the wireless card wasn't good, hp had exactly what I was looking for dv6000, ipw3945, midrange nvidia, dual core, cheap04:45
mcrandellosixtyeight, open it up 180 degrees and lay it upside down on a towel04:45
Suicidoltconfiguring language-pack-en-base04:45
YANPI tried...it doesnt work...i have 32bit and I am AMD =[ and my cd burning wont burn amd 64 bit ubuntu..someone in here already helped me try and he said I need 64bit..so now I have to wait 4-6 weeks for my free cd..04:45
milllmannnis there something special i have to do when in telnet after I EHLO?04:45
Suicidoltstuck at 1%04:45
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LouisvilleLIPput bread all over it, bread draws moisture away04:45
YANPBy that time I will just go buy a new computer with win xp...04:45
peganybody experience with the latest via chipsets? I've got a unichrome 9 pro videocard which is giving me headaches04:45
LouisvilleLIPwait, that is in food, not laptops04:45
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gizzomilllmannn: yes continue04:45
craigbass1976Suicidolt, sometimes install borks and goes ok on second time around04:45
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YANPThe stupid part is I just bought a new computer a week ago...04:45
Suicidoltwhat do I do then if it's frozen?04:46
kayzunickrud, after that i just install windows normally and afer that install ubuntu via live cd or do i have to some special things?04:46
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punsadbruenig: I'm pretty sure the dv6000 uses broadcom wifi card... which works fine with ndiswrapper.  I've not tried anything else.04:46
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milllmannngizzo: I am trying to send an email in postfix... i do EHLO mail.mydomain.com04:46
YANPI tried to install an old xp version on this computer..but wouldnt let me on the net...so I had to use ubuntu again04:46
mcrandelloso does anyone have any idea how to make an external usb numpad NOT turn on the numlock on the built-in laptop kb?04:46
gizzomilllmannn: read about smtp commands04:46
milllmannngizzo: then i get a readout04:46
genefitzKravlin, what kind of sound card do you have?04:46
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punsadbruenig: there is the bcm34xx driver, but I've read mixed things.  I feigntly remember trying to use it and it not working well04:46
YANPit takes me 5 hours just to get ubuntu working if I install something over it because the cd keeps messing up04:46
gizzomillmann there is an order you need to issue commands in04:46
milllmannngizzo: but when i try to do MAIL FROM: ... i get no response04:46
kayzunickrud: should i then let the ubuntu installer create the partitions or create them with partitionmagic or something similar in windows?04:47
kahrytanYANP: GW does play alright in WINE just has some bugs in DX904:47
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bruenigpunsad, no I said thinkpads wireless was weak, I went with dv6000 because it had ipw3945 which had a native open source driver, the thinkpad one was like ipw4somethingorother which didn't04:47
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gizzomilllmannn: what kind of response do you expect?04:47
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Suicidoltwoohoo, moing04:47
craigbass1976YANP, then perhaps you chose your new box poorly.  It is not Ubuntu's fault that you are not happy.  I told you how to go about getting answers.  Aother option is to do like my wife and marry someone who knows Linux04:47
nickrudkayzu, no, just go ahead and install. Be sure to set up partitions the way you want first, though. And you'd be better off with the alternate install cd,04:47
milllmannn250 Ok04:47
kravlingenefitz: Its a cheap x-fi creative soundcard. I don't know the model. Let me get it.04:47
YANPcraigbass1976: I was giving the wrong ubuntu cd by an a hole....04:47
YANPI have the right cd coming in 4-6 weeks04:48
craigbass1976YANP, maybe the cd is bad.  A bad burn, a bad cd.  Download another .iso04:48
kahrytanYANP: which one?04:48
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nickrudkayzu, use fdisk to set up the partitions, that's what I did. Again, I emphasize (more this time) the alternate install cd04:48
YANPI have an amd one coming04:48
YANPsicne I have an amd04:48
kayzunickrud: alternate install cd? i have the official cd that they gave away a few weeks ago04:48
YANPalso my new box is fine04:48
fo0LWas wondering if anybody could help me with dcc settings with xchat and ubuntu?04:48
kahrytanYANP: I wouldn't use 64bit version just yet04:48
YANPjust ubuntu doesnt like me..or my cd burning04:48
gizzomilllmannn: this isnt a woman you know, its a mail server04:48
YANPI have to!04:48
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craigbass19764-6 weeks?  Criminy.  I didn't know there was a difference between discs whether you had intel of amd04:48
LouisvilleLIP!ask | fo0l04:48
ubotufo0l: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)04:48
gizzomilllmannn: 250 means OK your command was OK04:48
kahrytanYANP: why?04:48
gizzomilllmannn: what else do you expect to get?04:49
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milllmannnmilllmannn: yes, but i dont even get that04:49
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nickrudkayzu, it's official, but it's not a live cd. It provides better control of the machine, and lets you tell ubuntu which partitions to use.04:49
Music_Shuffle!caps | YANP04:49
ubotuYANP: PLEASE DON'T SHOUT! We can read lowercase too.04:49
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kayzunickrud: okay, i'll download the alternate install cd. hope it helps :p04:49
milllmannngizzo: yes, but i dont even get any response that anything has happened04:49
kahrytanYANP: I doubt GW is 64bit only04:49
fo0Lthanks I can't get dcc to work for the life of me, I have the ports forwarded properly in the rouuter and program options to no avail04:49
Flannelcraigbass1976: there isn't.04:49
YANPIt wont work on 32 for me!04:49
LouisvilleLIPI doubt YANP will make it work with any number of bits04:50
Music_ShuffleGW is 64-bit only since when?04:50
nickrudkayzu, saying 'use the alternate cd' is the standard response for people that have issues with the live cd :)04:50
YANP32bit doesnt work on my computer for GW04:50
YANPWe alerady tried04:50
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gizzomilllmannn: run a full test see if the message goes, worse comes to worse man postfix and read the docs04:50
kravlingenefitz: damn. it seems that i can't find the device manager. They must have removed it (Just upgraded)04:50
kahrytanYANP: what happens04:50
kitcheYANP: well then it won't work on x86_6404:50
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YANPIt would load..but then would error right at the start and lock up the whole computer04:50
LouisvilleLIPWas "We" the same group that gave you the wacky CD in the first place?04:50
kanuhaI noticed gbonds was available for tribe 3, but doesn't appear in the repositories under 7.04, is there a way I can get this without compiling?04:51
gizzomilllmannn: just so you know ISP's block you from running a local mail server04:51
Flannel!prevu | kanuha04:51
ubotukanuha: prevu is an automated, personal backporting utility. Check out https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Prevu for more details04:51
kravlingenefitz: any idea how i could find it through the console?04:51
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YANPterminal wouldnt spit out the error in time to see what was wrong...04:51
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LeBlackNightif it helps, i am using the dell bluetooth keyboard and mouse. most of the special buttons even work. i just want to know what i can do so i do not have to unplug the usb receiver every time i reboot? anyone else have this keyboard/mouse that could help? (was from woot so some of you are bound to have it)04:51
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milllmannngizzo: it's a VPS, not an ISP, im going through the log to see whats up04:51
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berentHas anyone compiled intex ethernet drivers on ubuntu??04:52
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spy80usi have a amd x2 processor, do i need an SMP kernel?04:52
gizzolol its a vps, i was refering to you doing this from home, then your ISP will block your local mail server from sending messages, wasnt sure if you are using a third party smtp server04:52
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genefitzKravlin, System ~> Preferences ~> Hardware Information04:52
Music_ShuffleYANP, Google shows it working with 32 as well...04:52
kravlingenefitz: damn. I must be blind04:53
gizzomilllmannn: but you are on the right path, logs are a good place to go04:53
YANPI know it works as well but not for me! I need 6404:53
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YANPI dont care what google says04:53
kjmspy80us  - you don't *need* one, it just would help using one to take advantage of the 2 processors.04:53
YANPgoogle is stupid04:53
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cdehaanAnyone know the open office channel?04:53
IndyGunFreakYANP: why do you need 64?04:53
craigbass1976gizzo, I have verizon, and can send mail, just not receive.  Sent it in tests form the command line with postfix04:53
spy80uskjm: how can go about doing that04:53
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YANPgoogle maps also tells you to swim to france if you ask it for directions from ny to paris04:53
craigbass1976cdehaan, there's hardly anyone ever in there04:53
YANPbecause I am on 64!04:53
cdehaanOr perhaps can tell me why I saved this pre-made Word file, and when I reopened it the whole page's text is inverted?04:53
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deeprootwhy is xdmcp greyed out in my terminal server client?04:53
kjmspy80us - look in synaptic for a kernel image for your processor and install it.04:54
kravlingenefitz: Its an SB Audigy LS04:54
berentHas anyone compiled intex ethernet drivers on ubuntu?? It has a driver called silan with a file sc92031.c + makefile . It doesnt compile with 2.6 kernels at all.04:54
genefitzKravlin, if you are using a SoundBlaster X-Fi card, there is not a good 64 bit driver for it out right now.. That may be your issue..04:54
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obf213_has anyone here got evolution to set its outbox to the outbox of your imap server, or its trash to the trash folder of your imap server04:54
craigbass1976cdehaan, but it's something like #openoffice.org I think04:54
Flanneldeeproot: You may need to enable it first, but that seems a little odd.04:54
gizzocraigbass1976: and guess what when i try to do a reverse lookup on you which is what most smtp servers do when receiving e-mail i cant so your messages wouldnt get anywhere to begin with04:54
Music_ShuffleGoogling also yields instructions for 64.04:54
Suicidoltso a friend recomended this automatix thing, anyone know anything about it?04:54
Music_Shuffle!automatix | Suicidolt04:54
ubotuSuicidolt: 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 !WorksForMe04:54
Suicidoltthanks music04:54
deeprootFlannel i want to use it to connect to a diff workstation04:54
YANPWell ubuntu wont let me creater cds either...04:54
HHP22Hey guys, this might be out of place but is there a way to hide the buddy window in pigin/gaim?04:54
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Music_ShuffleHHP22, close the window?04:55
gizzocraigbass1976: spam filters do that exact exercise to determine spammers04:55
ubotuCommon Sense: Just because you can, does not mean you should (and especially recommend to others). Think before you do. "Works for me" does not mean it is ok. The latest version of everything is not always useful if you aim for stability.04:55
craigbass1976gizzo, Ahh, well I have dyndns set up and postfix was using the name parkershouse.homelinux.org04:55
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about silan - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:55
Flanneldeeproot: right, I know.  You still might need to enable XDMCP (check login screen settings) first04:55
kravlinah. Ill take it out and re-enable the onboard audio though. I got the card when I fried the other motherboard's sound. (that could have been bad drivers in windows though)04:55
LouisvilleLIPYANP: Ubuntu isn't for everyone04:55
Music_ShuffleHHP22, or does that also close gaim for you?04:55
YANPso I have to wait 4-6 weeks and by then I will have a new computer (most likely friday)...and I just bought this computer a week ago04:55
deeprootok i'll check on this client04:55
berentREPOST : has anyone compiled intex ethernet drivers on ubuntu?? It has a driver called silan with a file sc92031.c + makefile . It doesnt compile with 2.6 kernels at all.04:55
YANPLouisvilleLIP: it should be...04:55
spy80uskjm: i couldnt find, what do i search for04:55
Music_ShuffleHHP22, if so, then you need to find the option in the preferences menu that says 'show icon in tray' or something like that.04:55
craigbass1976gizzo, I was able to at least send to one box that I know has spam filters on it04:55
HHP22Music_Shuffle: Yes, that closes gaim completely.04:55
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Music_ShuffleHHP22, theres an option that keeps it from doing that, lemme see if I can find it.04:56
YANPLouisvilleLIP: Linux is impossiable to set up but easy to maintain while windows is easy to set up and impossible to maintains04:56
LeBlackNightok, well i guess i will have to stick to unplugging the usb receiver for a second every time i reboot then. not the end of the world i suppose.04:56
kanuhaFlannel, is it possible that a package from tribe 3 would work in 7.04 without prevu?04:56
gizzocraigbass1976: if you have a dyndns and ip -> host -> ip checks out you should be ok04:56
craigbass1976Anyone noticed GAIM shutting down randomly?  I can't figure out if it's the program, or me hitting my trackpad accidentally04:56
pegasuscdehaan: #qa.openoffice.org04:56
HHP22Music_Shuffle:  Okay, Thanks :)04:56
cdehaanpegasus: Thank you :)04:56
deeprootFlannel i turned xdmcp on this computer and its still greyed out and its also turned on on the server im tryin to connect to04:56
LouisvilleLIPYANP: I thought it was remarkably easy to setup and maintain.  I think it's a level of patience that is missing from this conversation04:56
cdehaanAnother question... are there any good gnome apps that let me edit PDFs?04:56
HHP22YANP: Well said04:57
Music_ShuffleHHP22, open the Preferences menu; do you see a tab labeled as...Interface?04:57
spy80uskjm: i couldnt find, what do i search for04:57
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about xchat - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:57
pegasuscdehaan: openoffice ;)04:57
YANPLouisvilleLIP: You are probably a nerd too...04:57
gizzocraigbass1976: however with the latest rfc mail servers even ask the sender if that user exists, this would be going into effect industry wide pretty soon04:57
cdehaanpegasus: Hm, perhaps that should have been obvious.04:57
berentREPOST : has anyone compiled intex ethernet drivers on ubuntu?? It has a driver called silan with a file sc92031.c + makefile . It doesnt compile with 2.6 kernels at all.04:57
nickrud!info xchat | fo0L04:57
Flannelkanuha: unlikely that you'll get it to work without a recompile, since there are different versions of dependencies.04:57
ubotufo0l: xchat: IRC client for X similar to AmIRC. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.8.0-0ubuntu4 (feisty), package size 295 kB, installed size 796 kB04:57
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kjmspy80us - apt-cache search linux-686-smp04:57
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ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs04:57
fo0LDoes anybody know how I can get dcc to work xchat and ubuntu? I have the ports forwarded properly in the router and program options to no avail04:58
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LouisvilleLIPYANP: good luck getting help with that attitude.  BTW, you play GW.  Not much left to be said...04:58
kanuhaFlannel, thx04:58
HHP22Music_Shuffle: I'm on Gaim, and no, no "interface"04:58
kitchemilllmannn: you still having troubl with postfix?04:58
Scunizicraigbass1976, sometimes it will knock me off yahoo04:58
milllmannnkitche: yes sit04:58
pegasusIinfo ndiswrapper | berent04:58
Music_ShuffleHHP22, >_>....what tabs does it show you under Preferences?04:58
milllmannnkitche: yes sir04:58
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YANPLouisvilleLIP: Whatever...04:58
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pegasus!info ndiswrapper | berent04:58
ubotuberent: Package ndiswrapper does not exist in feisty, feisty-seveas04:58
jmgwhoa, prevu is cool04:58
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berentREPOST : has anyone compiled intex ethernet drivers on ubuntu?? It has a driver called silan with a file sc92031.c + makefile . It doesnt compile with 2.6 kernels at all.04:59
milllmannnkitche: im having trouble connecting mysql and postfix04:59
kjmYANP : PIBKAC ?04:59
craigbass1976gizzo, balls.  I set up request tracker for a customer with this dyndns set up so they could send mail.  THere's a staic ip, but mail port was already being used and they didn't want to open another hole.  Wonder if this new checking business will screw things up04:59
spy80uskjm: says obsoleted by linux-generic-image04:59
kitchemilllmannn: ah mysql and postfix hang on I never used mysql with my postfix but can find a good tutorial real quick04:59
cdehaanpegasus: Though I must admit, I am failing in figuring out how to edit a PDF in OO.org04:59
YANPkjm: What?04:59
nickrudkjm, spy80us you talking 7.04? if so, the generic & lowlatency do smp if two processors are available04:59
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HHP22Music_Shuffle: .. OH. The first tab it's on is interface. Wow. Smart one04:59
Music_ShuffleHHP22, Yeah!  That one :P05:00
Scunizijmg, what's prevu.. I googled and got redirected to the ubuntu forums?05:00
lethologicaIs beryl worth installing on 7.04? It seems like ubuntu has that stuff buit in05:00
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Music_ShuffleHHP22, See the first option under it, that says...Show System Tray Icon?05:00
milllmannnkitche: im getting closer, dont worry about it.... im sure i have been through all tutorials05:00
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pegasuscdehaan: as far as i can recall, you should be able to "import" the pdf document05:00
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kjmspy80us - what nickrud said.  Sorry, I am behind the times.   If 2 processors are present, kernel is configured correctly.05:00
Music_Shufflelethologica, the default 'Desktop Effects' aren't as coolio as Beryl.  :)05:00
Suicidolt so there are no ops here...05:00
kjmYANP - google it.05:00
genefitzKravlin, see http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?=20544905:00
Scunizijmg, thanks..05:00
Suicidoltthat's kinda unusual05:00
HHP22Music_Shuffle: Set to always.. now I can close the buddy window?05:00
Music_ShuffleSuicidolt, no, they're around, they just aren't perma-opped05:00
genefitzThat may get you on the right track with your audigy05:00
Music_ShuffleHHP22, try it :)05:00
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Suicidoltah, I C05:00
kitchemilllmannn: myself I just use a pretty standard postfix install for my vps05:01
lethologicaMusic_Shuffle - I installed beryl but I didn't see any difference, how do you enable beryl?05:01
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cdehaanpegasus: Hrm, I'll have another look, but I only see Export options05:01
Music_ShuffleHHP22, yay!  :D05:01
nickrudkjm, spy80us I was startled by that also, had to read a lot before I believed it05:01
deeprooti just want to scale a vnc connection the windows client from work supports it connecting to my vnc server do any vncviewers for linux support scaling05:01
YANPkjm: Yeah, I am not good with computers.05:01
HHP22Music_Shuffle: Thanks so much XD05:01
spy80usso.. when i check /proc/cpuinfo, it shows 800mhz and 800mhz  instead of 1.6ghz and 1.6ghz05:01
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YANPkjm: Your point?05:01
vanbergeis it worth installing the studio flavor of ubuntu vs. installing ubuntu and adding the studio packages?05:01
genefitzKravlin, sorry it took so long, I had to search it up on my other box..05:01
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kjmYANP : then, please learn patience and don't insult those people who are *trying* to assist you.05:02
pegasus!info ndiswrapper-tools | berent05:02
ubotuberent: Package ndiswrapper-tools does not exist in feisty, feisty-seveas05:02
Music_Shufflevanberge, I did the latter, doesn't make a huge difference05:02
Music_ShuffleHHP22, anytime :D05:02
pegasus!info ndiswrapper-utils | berent05:02
ubotuberent: Package ndiswrapper-utils does not exist in feisty, feisty-seveas05:02
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kjmnickrud - it is surprising.  But, very nice news indeed.05:02
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mdmkolbe|ubuntuHow do I get gnome-terminal to not capture "alt" commands (I'm trying to do Meta in Emacs) and how do I get it to copy to the system clipboard any selection I make (like xterm does)05:02
YANPkjm: Not sure how Louis was trying to help me by using stuck up remarks.05:02
lethologicaWhat other software is worth installing on ubuntu? So far I have got monodevelop which is what got me interested in the first place05:02
pegasusberent: sorry, the thing doesn't get it05:02
spy80uskjm, nickrud, so.. when i check /proc/cpuinfo, it shows 800mhz and 800mhz  instead of 1.6ghz and 1.6ghz05:02
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berentpegasus : there should be some way to get silan working right05:03
Music_Shufflelethologica, hit alt-f2 and run 'beryl-manager'05:03
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deeprootspy80us: thats b/c its scaled down for power reasons05:03
nickrudkjm, I got away from computers for about a year, and when I came back ubuntu's doings were amazing05:03
vanbergeMusic_Shuffle, mainly i think the look/theme of studio kicks ass!05:03
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lethologicaMusic_Shuffle: I was in there, and I changed settings, but they don't seem to apply05:03
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Music_Shufflevanberge, indeed.  :D05:03
vanbergeMusic_Shuffle, i pretty much have all those apps05:03
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Music_Shufflelethologica, so what happens?  Nothing?05:03
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deeprootspy80us when you get under load they will show your full speed05:04
Music_Shufflelethologica, for the record, you might get wayyyy better help in #ubuntu-effects05:04
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lethologicaMusic_Shuffle: Pretty much05:04
pegasusberent: try ndiswrapper-utils-1.9, ndiswrapper-common and optionally ndisgtk (universe)05:04
lethologicaOk, I will check them out05:04
spy80usdeeproot: ok cool05:04
kjmspy80us : that I am unsure of - is it a laptop where the processors are able to scale down to conserve power?05:04
LouisvilleLIPYANP: Everyone is here is very helpful.  They wouldn't be in here if they didn't want to help.  In turn, be nice, and if someone tells you something, don't immediately rebut it without looking into it first.05:04
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about patientce - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:04
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/IrcGuidelines05:04
genefitzI have always had problems trying to run Beryl or Compiz. I just gave up on them. Yes, they are pretty, but they seem to cause more problems for my computer than anything else..05:04
vanberge!ubuntu studio05:04
ubotuubuntustudio is a site for the artist who wishes to use Ubuntu as their Digital Audio Workstation. It contains all the best parts of Audio/Graphical/Visual components from the Ubuntu repositories, and extra! Available at http://www.ubuntustudio.com. Or visit #ubuntustudio.05:04
nickrudspy80us, could be showing the scaling; mine show 800 and 159605:04
berentpegasus : ok. thanks05:04
genefitzMy personal experience, others swear by it..05:04
spy80usok.. so it is an 1.6ghz amd x2.. what should it be showing05:05
deeprootspy80us i put a cpu frequency scaling monitor on my gnome bar it sits at 1ghz and when i get busy it jumps to 2.1905:05
pegasuscdehaan: check the info on flpsed05:05
YANPWell you guys are telling me GW works on 32 and I told you it doesnt at all on my machine yet you say it does when you dont even know because I already spent 10 hours working on it with someone in here and it didnt work I need 64 so dont try to be a know it all because obv you dont know it all.05:05
cdehaan!info flpsed05:05
ubotuflpsed: a WYSIWYG pseudo PostScript editor. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.3.7-1.1ubuntu2 (feisty), package size 30 kB, installed size 140 kB05:06
genefitzUbotu, I like Ubuntu Studio. It has a lot of great gear in it..05:06
cdehaanpegasus: Thank you05:06
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ndisgtk - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:06
lethologicaDoes the synaptic package manager show everything that is installed on the system? Monodevelop uses gtk-sharp 2.8, I don't see that in the package manager, only 2.1005:06
pegasus!info ndisgtk | berent05:06
ubotuberent: ndisgtk: graphical frontend for ndiswrapper (installation of Windows WiFi drivers). In component universe, is optional. Version 0.6-0ubuntu3 (feisty), package size 12 kB, installed size 120 kB05:06
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Music_ShuffleGW isn't solely not working on -your- 64 machine.  Lol.05:06
BoBothnwhat is a good bittorent client?05:06
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corevettewhat can i add to 'sudo dpkg -i *.deb' to install dependencies automatically?05:06
Music_Shufflelethologica, it could, if you organized the tabs I guess.05:06
Music_Shuffle!torrent | BoBothn05:06
ubotuBoBothn: Torrent clients: Azureus (Java), BitTornado (Shell with python front-end), KTorrent (KDE/Qt), rTorrent (C++) -  Bittorent FAQ: http://www.bittorrent.com/FAQ.html05:06
kjmmay I ask, what is GW?05:07
Guest38165202BoBothn: I like KTorrent Personally05:07
kitchelethologica:  >= 2.8 should work05:07
madman91ssh-agent isnt working.. i still have to input my passphrases.. any ideas?!?!?!?05:07
Music_Shufflekjm, Guild Wras.05:07
deeprootBobothn i use ktorrent  even with gnome its great05:07
BoBothnusing deluge now05:07
Music_ShuffleBoBothn, similarly, I myself use kTorrent, although in the past, I found uTorrent with Wine to be great as well.05:07
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berentpegasus : is the bot reducing traffic?05:07
genefitzBoBothn, I use Bittornado, but if you are looking for more of a Utorrent feels, Azureus may be more up your alley..05:07
LouisvilleLIPyour response was "Google sucks".  That hardly sounds like the minimal effort you are expected to take to resolve your own problems.05:07
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pegasusdunno: it's my first time around05:07
jbigis the ubuntu server is a DOS base program?05:07
Music_ShuffleAzureus might not like you if you don't like Java though, RAM beware.05:08
totalnewbiehello everybody05:08
Scunizijbig, before anyone else answers that.. NO05:08
genefitzMusic, good point..05:08
Felarinjbig : i think you should ask Microsoft that question05:08
Music_ShuffleHi totalnewbie.05:08
Flanneljbig: no.  It's text-only by default though.05:08
pegasusjbig: dos is dos and linux is linux05:08
BoBothnwill try ktorrent used azureus in the past took up way to much ram05:08
Guest38165202jbig No, Ubuntu Server uses a command line interface, it looks like dos, but is something called a bash shell05:08
Music_ShuffleScunizi, I think we were all a little too far in shock to say anything, no worries.  :P05:08
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Music_ShuffleBoBothn, ktorrent isn't as bad with system resources.05:08
spy80usdeeproot: so urs is 2.19 dual core?05:08
totalnewbiecan i learn ubuntu linux from someone here?05:08
Felarini would prefer to say DOS looks like bash05:08
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deeprootspy80us yes05:09
jbighow can run it in the windows mode?tnx05:09
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HHP22totalnewbie: What do you want to know how to do?05:09
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Felarinjbig : go install windows, told you already, linux is linux05:09
Music_Shuffletotalnewbie, trying to learn it all at once might just be a waste of time and brainpwer, but you can figure stuff out here, sure.05:09
genefitzI fancy Bittornado because it is very simple, no bells, no whistles, and runs well..05:09
Felarinwindows is windows05:09
spy80usdeeproot: ok same happens w/ me also.. 800mhz when idle.. and 1.6 when busy05:09
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Flanneljbig: You're probably better off installing the Desktop version then.  Whydid you want the server version?05:09
rfuLouisvilleLIP: Found out my problem with the Keyboard and Mouse.05:09
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rfuLouisvilleLIP: I had to reset the wireless receiver.05:09
LouisvilleLIPrfu: what caused it?05:09
kjmYANP : This document http://catb.org/esr/faqs/smart-questions.html  may help you be more productive at getting assistance.05:09
deeprootspy80us thats perfect it was designed to work that way05:09
jbigwhat is the original display of ubuntu server 7.0405:09
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totalnewbiei just install ubuntu server05:09
pegasusjbig: you can install the desktop version and add the package tasks for lamp server05:09
totalnewbieand i cannot see any graphic there05:10
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Music_Shuffletotalnewbie, the server install does not have a GUI.05:10
Felarintotalnewbie: Server editions are not meant to be graphical05:10
pegasustotalnewbie: you can install the desktop version and add the package tasks for lamp server05:10
Music_Shuffletotalnewbie, you could install one, of course.05:10
HHP22totalnewbie: Do you get a blue screen saying "Failed to start X Server (Your graphical interface)."05:10
LouisvilleLIPrfu: hmm.  I forget the "principle" but their is a mathematical theory that says that the simplest solution is the best.  Seems like that might be the case here05:10
Felarinfor home usage or personal usage, i suggest you install the desktop edition05:10
deeprootspy80us i lied mine goes up to 2.17 it just happend lol05:10
Music_ShuffleHHP22, I think since he's using the server, he doesn't really -have- an X server :P05:10
rfuLouisvilleLIP: Hehe. KISS :)05:10
spy80usdeeproot: lol05:10
HHP22Oh, maybe i should just shush XD05:10
YANPkjm: Thanks but that isnt really going to work.05:10
LouisvilleLIPrfu: we like to throw around sudo commands to fix easy stuff.  glad you figured it out05:10
skhobotuyesterday I had a lot of help from neutralNeo about my USB devices not connecting under Ubuntu 7.04. unfortunately I closed the window before I noted down the command line to open the devices. can someone help me?05:11
Felarinno X server in the server editions05:11
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totalnewbiea friend to told me that i can create a router with linux05:11
genefitzLuisvilleLIP, sounds like Ockam's Razor..05:11
totalnewbiecan i create one from ubuntu?05:11
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kitchetotalnewbie: yes05:11
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Music_ShuffleOccam's Razor is fun, especially in hindsight.05:11
totalnewbieshould it be the linux server edition?05:11
K`zananyone know what package "qstring.h" is in?05:11
LouisvilleLIPgenefitz: that is it.  I knew someone else would remember05:11
rfuLouisvilleLIP: Yeah. I have quite a bit of experience with linux actually. Probably why I overlooked something so simple. I had just done a rather large install / removal of packages. Figured that might be something to do with it.05:11
LouisvilleLIPtoo bad no one thinks of it until it's too late05:12
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kitchetotalnewbie: umm you can grab the alternate cd and just install cli if you want to make a router05:12
jerbull888how can i get apache2 to display the content i want05:12
spy80usdeeproot,kjm,nickrud,  until recently i used noapic nolapic as boot options.. but since high speed usb devices are not getting recog... so  i removed it ... and its hanging sometimes.. any help?05:12
totalnewbiealternate cd?05:12
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jbigive already overwrite the ubuntu w/ gui by ubuntu server edition? is that ok?05:12
YANPkjm: also that website...not the greatest...05:12
BaD_CrCEmperor is another satisfied customer05:12
genefitzMusic_Shuffle, yup, it can be a real kick in the rear after 18 hours of troubleshooting, finding out the "onn/off" switch was in the "off" position05:12
kjmspy80us - eek, sorry, but I don't know much about acpi.05:13
totalnewbiecan i download?05:13
BaD_CrCgot his sound working05:13
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jerbull888how can i configure apache2 to display the content i want05:13
genefitzThat's about the point where I start choking people..05:13
deeprootspy80us i think on a laptop you should enable all acpi stuff05:13
nickrudspy80us, I've been both careful and extremely lucky in my hardware choices; I haven't had to mess with my boot options in a long time, so know little05:13
lethologicaI have a logitech mouse with a side button, is it possible to enable that button?05:13
kitchejerbull888: put your files in /var/www/05:13
kjmYANP - yes, it is a little old school in appearance.  But, it has a wealth of information for an obvious rude irc noobie such as yourself.05:13
Flannel!mouse | lethologica05:14
ubotulethologica: Enabling extra mouse buttons: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ManyButtonsMouseHowto  - Enabling serial mouse: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SerialMouseHowto05:14
jerbull888kitche is that located in the apache folder?05:14
BaD_CrCthe common thing that i didn't think of till i read back a little in this channel. alsamixer sure can be a PITA on laptops at times.05:14
Felarinkjm : lol =)05:14
YANPkjm: I don't think so.05:14
deeprootspy80us are you running 64bit os05:14
Flanneljerbull888: no, it's located in /var/www05:14
Felarinkjm : my sentiments exactly. Some people come here thinking that the world owes them answers05:14
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spy80usdeeproot, no05:14
kitchejerbull888: /var/www is the folder05:14
LouisvilleLIPKJM: you hung in there longer than I could05:14
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genefitzYa know, I am not completely free of the occasional issue.. For instance, an odd thing. The nVidia driver, on my computer, after I fix the resolution though the Reconfigure tool,05:14
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deeprootspy80us what usb devices are not getting reconized all of them or just some05:15
kjmYANP - you are perfectly entitled to your opinion, and we are all perfectly entitled to tell you to search the f'in web to find your answer and stop wasting our time.05:15
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jerbull888wow i feel like an idiot. thanks so much guys05:15
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genefitzOnly gives me my resolution (1440 x 900 ) at 50 hz...05:15
someoneelsehi all has any run ubuntu server (feisty) ?05:15
craigbass1976man, he's still in here?05:15
spy80usdeeproot, ex.. my zen vison m,, nothing in lsusb.. but optical mouse detects05:15
Felarinsomeoneelse: any specific question about it?05:15
BaD_CrCok, this time i'm serious. one more cup of coffee then i'll go to bed.05:15
cdehaanpegasus: Thanks again, worked out!05:15
genefitzWhen I use the generic driver, after the reconfigure, I get my native resolution at 75 hz..05:15
totalnewbiewhere do i start? :)05:15
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genefitzStrange thing...05:15
skhobotuhttp://pastebin.com/d5e5eac5d shows my /etc/fstab file05:15
Music_ShuffleBaD_CrC, you can sleep AFTER a cup of coffee?05:15
HHP22BaD_CrC: Make it nice and strong, then you can crash and burn hard :P05:16
madman91can i change the UUID or TAG of a drive?05:16
someoneelsefelarin: I was wondering if any one has deployed a Rails application on it here ..05:16
BaD_CrCi've already had 4 POTS of coffee05:16
BaD_CrCit's like flavored water to me05:16
BaD_CrCand i do make it strong05:16
marko1does anyone have a quick minute to help me figure out how to reset my sound card config?05:16
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craigbass1976Suicidolt, how are oyu making out?05:16
Flannelmadman91: you could change the UUID, but you can't set it to anything.  It'll change if you reformat (or maybe it's repartition, I don't remember)05:16
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madman91Flannel: hm.. what about the TAG?05:16
ScuniziBaD_CrC, you'll never sleep....you'll never sleep....05:16
BaD_CrCmy dad used to be a long haul truck driver. i know strong coffee.05:17
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Suicidolt72% on the "Select and Install Software" screen05:17
Kassah-Lappyhttp://www.pastebin.ca/632722 <-- it started happening a couple of days ago, I mostly just leave my desktop on. Today I actually started debugging it, and each time it happened I restarted. tried again, and it happens earlier. I managed to get in via ssh real fast and tail some logs before it went kaboom... and this is the end of the kernel kernel log. Any ideas as to what's going on?05:17
madman91Flannel: sorry.. LABEL05:17
genefitzSuicidolt, Everything installing like a champ?05:17
Felarinsomeoneelse: what is this application about?05:17
Suicidoltno issues so far05:17
pegasusgenefitz: 75Hz is the refresh rate, what is the resolution, what videocard have you installed whith which drivers and what kind of monitor05:17
deeprootspy80us are there any settings on the mp3 player to change how it shows up to a computer? like file vs mp305:17
Suicidoltwhich is not something I can say for windows05:17
craigbass1976Suicidolt, so it came out of the 1% slump, or you had to start again?05:17
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Suicidoltit came out05:17
Suicidoltthanks though05:17
spy80usdeeproot, yes filesystem (fat32) and mp305:17
j85wilsonwell, hello to all.05:17
kitcheKassah-Lappy: seems like your cpu is locking up05:17
scottyanyone know of a good LAMP guide for Feisty?05:18
Music_ShuffleHi j85wilson05:18
craigbass1976j85wilson, howdy05:18
Flannel!lamp | scotty05:18
ubotuscotty: LAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process (different in Edgy+)05:18
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genefitzPegasus, 75 hz, 1440 x 900, Nvidia 7900GS, Acer AL1916W (19" wide)05:18
BaD_CrCScunizi: funny thing is, i've been up for almost 2 days. don't know why. few things going on at home. but i know if i go lay down, i'll be out like a  light.05:18
HHP22Hey guys, does anyone have Tilda installed?05:18
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spy80usdeeproot, when i removed those boot options it did recognize tho05:18
Kassah-Lappykitche: but any idea why it might be doing that.. it's a newer CoreDuo05:18
scottyFlannel: Been there. That's for 6.06 and below, though, isn't it?05:18
someoneelseFelarin: Its a web app05:18
kitcheKassah-Lappy: hang on looking05:18
pegasusgenefitz: is that a tft monitor05:18
ScuniziBaD_CrC, I remember those days from college.. it takes it toll... sleep05:18
genefitzPegasus, LCD05:19
BaD_CrCmmm, i should liberate a core2duo and mobo from work.05:19
Felarinsomeoneelse: Nope, never had exp with it.05:19
someoneelseFelarin: I installed ubuntu server a while ago but I was forced to install X due to dependencies .. but I can't seem to remember which dependency it was05:19
someoneelseFelarin: ok, np05:19
pegasusgenefitz: than ignore the refreshrate, it doesn't really matter05:19
deeprootspy80us did you install libmpt505:19
Flannelscotty: no.  That's for any/all versions05:19
BaD_CrCMusic_Shuffle: permanently borrow?05:19
Felarinsomeoneelse: oh this web app requires X? that's sad..05:19
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Music_ShuffleBetter :P05:20
someoneelseFelarin: it shouldn't ... maybe I didn't do it properly. anyway, I'll try it again05:20
spy80usdeeproot, even with that if boot options noapic nolapic were on .. it didnt detect05:20
j85wilsonSo, in the software-properties dialog, on the Updates tab, there are four checkboxes under the heading "Ubuntu updates".05:20
kitcheKassah-Lappy: do you have an nvidia card?05:20
madman91what is uuidgen for?05:20
genefitzPegasus, for some reason, I don't have decent clarity using the nVidia driver, The generic driver seems to be clearer than the proprietary driver..05:20
BaD_CrCMusic_Shuffle: use it till it breaks, then take it back and say it didn't work to begin with....05:20
Kassah-Lappykitche: yes...05:20
madman91can i change the LABEL that blkid displays?05:20
cafuegomadman91: generating uuids i would hazard05:20
genefitzNot a real issue for me, because I don't use the desktop effects..05:20
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scottyFlannel: Yeah, just read it. I'm a moron, sorry :P05:20
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Kassah-Lappykitche: 7600GT dual-dvi out05:20
kitcheKassah-Lappy: are you on a livecd since I want you to mount your /05:20
totalnewbiekitche where do i get the alternat cd?05:20
lapsomeone can tell me a good program to convert a 130mo mpeg to avi ?05:20
kitche!alternate | totalnewbie05:20
ubotutotalnewbie: The Alternate CD (available as of Dapper) is the classical text-mode installation CD. Use it if you wish to upgrade via CD, or for an "expert" mode install. For normal installs, use the Desktop CD, which is also a "Live" CD - See also !Minimal05:20
cafuegomadman91: Yes, usually with tune2fs foir ext2/ext3. Dunno about xfs.05:20
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madman91cafuego: ?05:20
lapin way that it will be more lower in space05:20
j85wilsonWould unchecking one of these mean that that type of update woudl not be checked for any longer, or merely that the "you need to do some updates" notification would not appear when only that type of update was required?05:20
nickrudmadman91, e2label05:20
kitchetotalnewbie: right from ubuntu.com05:20
madman91cafuego: what are uuids for?05:21
cafuegolap: ffmpeg05:21
Flannel!uuid | madman9105:21
madman91nickrud: thanks!05:21
ubotumadman91: To see a list of your devices/partitions and their corresponding UUID's, run this command in a !shell:  blkid  (see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LibAtaForAtaDisks for the rationale behind the transition to UUID)05:21
ariczHi, can anyone help me set up elmo (a mailclient) ? It tells me blabla/blabla/inbox 'is not a valid mailbox' .. what am I missing?05:21
pegasusgenefitz: i don't have any nvidia experience unfortunately05:21
Kassah-Lappykitche: I'm on a Ubuntu install 7.04....05:21
nickrudmadman91, um for ext2/3 as cafuego mentioned05:21
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cafuegomadman91: They uniquely identify partitions05:21
Kassah-Lappykitche: just moved... so I don't know where any of my livecd's are05:21
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skhobotuyesterday I had a lot of help from neutralNeo about my USB devices not connecting under Ubuntu 7.04. unfortunately I closed the window before I noted down the command line to open the devices. can someone help me? http://pastebin.com/d5e5eac5d shows my /etc/fstab file05:21
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totalnewbiei'll try05:21
madman91cafuego: yes.. but what good is uuidgen if you cant change it yourself05:21
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cafuegomadman91: Well, you can.05:22
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madman91cafuego: you can? .. well without formatting?05:22
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cafuegomadman91: Again with tune2fs, you can change the uuid.05:22
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kitcheKassah-Lappy: well you can edit grub from grub press esc then select the ubuntu kernel and press e see if you have rhgb quiet listed at all on the kernel line05:22
genefitzPegasus, it is only this card that I have an issue with my 7300 had no issues, just the resolutio fix, but I have done this enough times to be a pro at it...lol05:22
cafuegomadman91: You MUST then also update fstab, though.05:22
madman91cafuego: unless it doesnt use uuid in the first place05:22
Kassah-Lappykitche: k doing05:22
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ArthurBrazilHey, I'm thinking of making a full conversion to ubuntu over windows, but I don't know whether I can connect to aol or not. Its pretty much the only thing holding me back from the switch. Ideas?05:22
madman91Flannel: i guess you can change uuid's05:23
jmagderI've just bought and inserted a TrendNET TEW-429UB.  But I don't see the network manager icon comming up anywhere.  Any thoughts?  (Using Feisty)05:23
Flannelmadman91: I suppose so.  Sorry about that ;)05:23
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cafuegomadman91: Feisty should, older Ubuntus may not.05:23
Music_ShuffleArthurBrazil, AOL in what sense?05:23
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littleeyehi all05:23
pegasusgenefitz: goodluck with it then ;)05:23
madman91Flannel: no problem05:23
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lapcafuego: can you tell me the exact command line to convert a mpeg to avi ?05:23
fulat2khi folks, besides top/htop/vmstat/sar, what other commands are available on ubuntu?05:23
ArthurBrazilMusic_Shuffle, 56k dialup05:23
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ubotusynaptic is Ubuntu's Graphical Package Manager. For a good howto see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SynapticHowto05:23
genefitzEither way, I am cool with the system without the fancy cube.05:23
Music_ShuffleArthurBrazil, can you connect using the LiveCD?05:23
kitche!commands | fulat2k05:23
ubotufulat2k: The linux terminal or command-line interface is very powerful. Open a terminal via Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal (Gnome) or K-menu -> System -> Konsole (KDE).  Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal05:23
cafuegolap: ffmpeg -i file.mpg -f avi file.avi05:23
ArthurBrazilhavn't tried05:23
Kassah-Lappykitche: ro quiet splash05:23
Music_ShuffleArthurBrazil, so gogo try!  :)05:23
scottyWhat's the command to unfreeze you apt-get?05:23
kitchefulat2k: you want the link05:24
ArthurBrazillive cd doesnt work on my pc05:24
ubotuaptitude is another terminal-based front-end to APT, like apt-get. However, aptitude can remember the dependencies installed with a package and remove them if you uninstall. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AptitudeSurvivalGuide05:24
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cafuegolap: Other parms depend on what quality you want. 'ffmpeg --help' should list them for you.05:24
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Kassah-Lappykitche: those are the options on the kernel05:24
kitcheKassah-Lappy: ah ok so that's not a problem05:24
Music_ShuffleArthurBrazil, try the alternate install CD?05:24
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ArthurBrazilwell the question should be is there a way to connect to aol via linux?05:24
ArthurBrazilan aol dialer per se05:25
LouisvilleLIPthe question should be, why would you want to?05:25
kitcheKassah-Lappy: remove the quiet from the kernel line and boot05:25
LouisvilleLIPsorry, not nice.05:25
kitcheKassah-Lappy: also splash05:25
fulat2kkitche: thx,  will check it out05:25
ArthurBrazilNot my choice05:25
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littleeyei have a problem on a ibm thinkpad , i just installed feisty but the keyboard layout is weird, certain keys dont work... i went to choose a different one in system settings  --- regional and launguage --- keyboard layout05:25
madman91cafuego: is "tune2fs -L name" what i am looking for? .. it looks like it but i would hate to break something :)05:25
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madman91cafuego: to change the LABEL05:25
littleeyebut it doesnt seem to make a difference05:25
lapcafuego: it don't work05:25
Kassah-Lappykitche: k.. doing05:25
spy80usdeeproot, do u anything about bios bug #8105:25
panfisthey what's a nice lite vlc client to try?05:26
skhobotuyesterday I had a lot of help from neutralNeo about my USB devices not connecting under Ubuntu 7.04. unfortunately I closed the window before I noted down the command line to open the devices. can someone help me? http://pastebin.com/d5e5eac5d shows my /etc/fstab file05:26
Kassah-Lappykitche: and boot I assume?05:26
shigunIf I have an Intel ICH8 (on a Gigabyte GA-965P-DS3), is there any way to get Headphone Jack Sensing to work?05:26
lapcafuego: /topic05:26
kitcheKassah-Lappy: then boot it should output any errors where it might catch your eye even if it goes by to fast05:26
cafuegolap: what?05:26
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ArthurBrazilMusic_Shuffle, brb gonna try booting via live cd05:26
deeprootspy80us nope im just a user like you but my system is intel so i dont know about amd laptop problems05:26
madman91can i rename the LABEL on a fat32 partition as well?05:26
eddieany 1 have any good programs that i should get?05:26
Music_Shuffleeddie, for what uses?  There's thousands..05:26
cafuegomadman91: In windows you cna, not sure about Ubuntu. probably though.05:26
kjmeddie - could you be more specific?  what do you need to do?05:26
cafuegomadman91: btw, tune2fs -L yes05:27
lapcafuego: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/31202/05:27
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eddieehhh just something that is popular05:27
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madman91cafuego: thanks!05:27
Kassah-Lappykitche: no errors noticed before GUI05:27
Music_Shuffleeddie, there's still thousands of those :P05:27
deeprootspy80us even when i plug in shitty cheap usb devices like cameras they just show up as a new filesystem05:27
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kjmeddie - emacs is popular; but is a text editor what you want?  What is it that you need/want to do with your computer?05:27
eddieummmmmmmm, theme05:27
obf213_any good calendar apps for ubuntu.05:27
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kitcheKassah-Lappy: ok does it reboot or whatever it did before?05:27
cafuegolap: Yes. See the filename you have wand what you gave ffmpeg as param?05:27
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spy80usdeeproot, but ur not using those boot options05:28
j85wilsonDoes anyone know the effect of the checkboxes in the "Updates" tab of the Software Sources dialog?05:28
lapcafuego: i got it, thx05:28
Kassah-Lappykitche: well... it freezes... and only after about 5 minutes05:28
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Kassah-Lappykitche: basically long enough for me to login...05:28
deeprootspy80us no i'm using standard everything05:28
kanuhais there a deb for pidgin for 7.04?05:28
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deeprootspy80us no boot options05:28
kitcheKassah-Lappy: I wonder if it's gnome05:28
Kassah-Lappykitche: but I've seen it freeze on the login page if I leave it there too long05:28
cafuegokanuha: I have one, I can put it online if you want.05:28
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eddieThanks kjm im getting emacs right now :)05:29
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kanuhacafuego, that would be great, thank you05:29
kjmlol, ok eddie - have fun with emacs.05:29
spy80usdeeproot, thats y.. for me also with no boot options everything works excepts freezes occasionally.. with boot options usb does not work and does not freeze05:29
jerbull88how can i password protect apache05:29
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UnryuAnybody know how to enable headphone jack sensing for an intel ICH8?05:29
deeprootspy80us what laptop are you using05:29
DM|how can i find where i put a start up script?05:30
kitcheKassah-Lappy: ah ok do you let it sit there for a while to see if it unfreezes05:30
spy80usdeeproot, hp dv6113us05:30
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madman91is there a way i can sort of .. instantly message a user through ssh.. or possibly just accross the network.. but without a central server (like aim)05:30
bcbooterall i know is that if suspend to ram, and winamp worked i would use linux full time05:30
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kitcheKassah-Lappy: if it doesn't you might need noacpi switch to see if that will work but you might lose some functionality with it05:30
kjmbcbooter - but there is soooooo much better than winamp out there.05:30
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cafuegokanuha: It'll take a half-hour or so.05:31
jerbull88how can i password protect apache05:31
bcbooterkjm, not when you have 200gb of music, none of the linux players had libraries that would list by artist, then when selected show the songs05:31
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wweaselOffbeat question: Can anyone recommend console based games that would hold kids fascination (aged 8-13)?05:31
BoBothnbcbooter, you ever try amarok?05:31
Kassah-LappyKassah-Lappy: Well previously I had let it sit overnight... right now it hasn't frozen yet05:31
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bcbooteryea i believe i did05:31
kjmbcbooter - does rythm box not do that?05:31
LouisvilleLIPmadman91: I'm not sure how, but I suspect it can be done, I've seen it done in XP05:31
metbsdwhat do you guys do to your old laptops05:31
metbsdi have bunch05:31
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Music_Shufflemetbsd, give them away to the needy, making yourself look like a great philanthropist at the same time?05:32
bcbooterrythm boox? not sure, im loading linux up on my desktop when thats finished ill check out more media players05:32
Kassah-Lappykitche: bah... addressing myself... it hasn't forzen yet05:32
BoBothnbcbooter, Try amarok it is wonderfull when it comes to bug libraries05:32
madman91LouisvilleLIP: lol, thanks for giving me a future to look forward to05:32
zoidberg7can anyone help me get avant-window-navigator to work properly?05:32
craigbass1976metbsd, I put DSL on them05:32
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genefitz<~~ all about AMatok. It is the greatest for music, especially if you have a large library05:32
metbsdwhat's DSL?05:32
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kjmbcbooter - I highly recommend rythmbox or amarok (in that order).   Rythmbox is my personal fav.  but, obviously there are others.05:32
genefitzAmarock even05:32
Music_Shuffle!DSL | metbsd05:32
ubotumetbsd: Setting up an ADSL/PPPoE connection? Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ADSLPPPoE05:32
kanuhacafuego, ok, thx05:32
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craigbass1976metbsd, Damned Slamm Linux05:32
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genefitzAmaoc I mean..05:32
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deeprootspy80us from what i can dig up that chipset has problems with linux05:33
zoidberg7can anybody help me?05:33
genefitzDarn me and my fat fingers!05:33
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craigbass1976metbsd, small, not slamm05:33
Music_Shufflemetbsd, uhh...k, not what I was looking for.  Its Damn Small Linux.  's another distro.05:33
j85wilsonk, well, byebye now.05:33
Kassah-Lappykitche; thanks for the help... hopefully that fixes it... kinda wierd that the problem cropped up all of a sudden05:33
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kjm!aks | zoidberg705:33
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about aks - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi05:33
bcbooterill try them out, but i still couldnt get suspend to ram to work on my laptop05:33
metbsdwill it be too damn small?05:33
cafuegokanuha: Uploading to repo now, it'll be at http://ubuntu.cafuego.net/dists/feisty-cafuego/pidgin when done.05:33
zoidberg7can anyone help me get avant-window-navigator to work properly?05:33
kjm!ask | zoidberg705:33
ubotuzoidberg7: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)05:33
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bcbooterwhen i finally got the display to come back on from suspend to ram, the wifi would not work until i shut it down05:33
spy80usdeeproot, that sucks.. what exactly does it say05:33
Kassah-Lappytill next time!05:33
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deeprootspy80us https://wiki.ubuntu.com/hp_dv6000_series_(dv6116eu)05:34
kjmbcbooter - yup, there are always challenges.  But, my 72 day uptime tells me that there is something better in linux than the alternative.05:34
bcbooterand basically i need sleep to work on this laptop, becuase i am not gonna walk around with it still on, ill damage the hdd's etc05:34
ubotuAmarok is an audio player for Linux with an intuitive interface. The latest version is 1.4.3 for Dapper and 1.4.5 for Edgy and packages are  available for Kubuntu at www.kubuntu.org See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/