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CoasterMasterifconfig12:04
KevinOmanhow do I delete a ubuntu distro on a different partition?12:04
rendoAnyone know what I need to exactly do, or have a FAQ on how to set up ssh access to be limited to specific IP address?12:04
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jaggy_if i install ubuntu 2 weeks later it crashes and i need to reinstall  anyone gots help ???12:04
ScorpKingi can use w3m to access the web but konqueror says host not found. where do i start looking?12:04
user_jaggy I've been running for over 8 months on this install, don't worry12:05
aarcaneis it just me, or is ubuntulinux.org really slow for some reason ?12:05
jaggy_user_ i get it all the time12:05
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EvanlecUptime: 2 hours and 21 minutes12:05
gooseis there a way to play protected AAC files on ubuntu?12:05
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Aethelred user_ : from a terminal, try:   ifconfig eth012:06
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drgebhow does one burn large files to DVD ?12:07
bruenig!burning | drgeb12:07
ubotudrgeb: CD/DVD Burning software: K3b (KDE), gnomebaker, serpentine, graveman, Nautilus cd burner (Gnome), gtoaster, xcdroast, cdrecord (terminal-based). Burning .iso files: see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BurningIsoHowto12:07
yokomodoes compiz fusion automatically work when I boot or do I have to enable it?  I have been trying to configure it but I see no change in the way my desktop looks12:07
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bruenigyokomo, compiz fusion is a window manager and as such must be launched like all other window managers must be launched12:08
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user_I need to ssh -X into another ubuntu machine on my lan, but I get an error port 22 connection refused12:08
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k3tdhello12:08
yokomobruenig, where do I do that? or rather, how?12:08
k3tdcan some one help me right quick?12:08
KevinOmanI installed ubuntu server on a different partition and now I want to free up that space anyone know how I do it safely?12:08
CoasterMaster!GParted | KevinOman12:09
ubotuKevinOman: GParted is is a !GUI partitioning program. Type  sudo apt-get install gparted  in a console to install it - A GParted "live" CD is available at http://gparted.sourceforge.net/livecd.php12:09
user_Kevin use the partition editor gparted12:09
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PriceChilduser_, you need to install a ssh server on that install12:09
k3tdok i have a 3dfx grapics card and my screen res is stuck on 800 x 600 when i try to get desktops alot of them dont work and when i try to set a screen saver my startx crashes12:09
k3tdcans some one help12:09
user_Pricechild, thanks12:10
Ice_If anyone here is experienced with ndiswrapper, please check out my new pastebin: http://pastebin.com/m17c6196a  (this is a new one from the one I posted earlier)12:10
k3tdprice can you help me?12:10
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user_ipconfig eth0 bash returns command not found?12:10
k3td....12:10
k3tdifconfig eth012:10
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k3tdcan some one please help me12:11
k3td?12:11
bz0buser_: lol its ifconfig12:11
Ice_ipconfig eth0 does nothing for me12:11
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Ice_oh thanks12:11
urihello, I'm trying to get CCSM12:11
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k3tdso can some one please help me?12:11
Ice_I'll update my pastebin with eth012:11
k3td....12:12
user_ifconfig , thanks small fonts ...12:12
k3tdice_ what seems to be your problem with eth0?12:12
Ice_http://pastebin.com/m2f3699f312:12
Ice_I thought you wanted me to type it in12:12
Ice_Im still a linux nubcake12:12
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k3tdIce_ have you check documentations on ndiswrapper yet?12:12
Ice_yes12:13
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k3tdhmmm well i havent so :D give me a sec ill try12:13
KevinOmanafter I delete the server partition in gparted will grub still work properly?12:13
Ice_this apparently is an odd problem, especially since the dapper ubuntu folks have it working and Im on feisty12:13
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nickrudk3td https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Voodoo3doesnotdo3d12:13
k3tdnvm i cant help you i need help with my shit first12:14
k3tdty nick12:14
Ice_lol k12:14
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Ice_if something works on dapper, should it not work on dapper?12:14
Ice_I mean12:14
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Ice_if something works on dapper, should it not work on feisty12:14
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masssi installed ubuntu this morning, internet worked fine and i auto-updated the software with 120 new items, now with the update going on i cant connect to internet,  can someone explain me this plzzz12:15
preactionIce_, of course not. different environment. different versions of libraries, different version of kernel. you'd have to recompile everything12:15
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uriplease, where can I find CCSM for Ubuntu?12:16
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rendoAnyone know what I need to exactly do, or have a FAQ on how to set up ssh access to be limited to specific IP address?12:16
nickruduri, /j #ubuntu-effects for compiz-fusion12:16
urithey won't answer me there -_-12:17
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nickruduri, heh. I don't know :)12:17
preactionrendo, probably better to do ssh with shared keys. let me find a tut for you12:17
|Jason8|Hey all.  when I try to activate the restricted nvidia drivers, they actually -don't-.  The check box stays unmarked and I can't use 'em.  I imagine that the reason for this is that my gfx card is integrated, so the drivers would be different I'd imagine.12:17
PriceChildrendo, you need to edit /etc/hosts.deny and /etc/hosts.allow appropriately I'd guess...12:17
|Jason8|Any ideas as to how I could fix this?12:17
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preactionrendo, http://www.cvrti.utah.edu/~dustman/no-more-pw-ssh/ <- try this?12:18
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rendoPriceChild, let's say I do that, and I only allow X IP where X isn't my IP, would it still allow me to use ssh with my user account or should it not deny me?12:18
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skinnypuppy1334Trying to install a ssh server on 6.06, would lsh-server be the right package?12:18
PriceChildrendo, it shouldn't accept the connection unless its from the allowed ip12:18
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Lamegoskinnypuppy1334, openssh-server12:19
preactionskinnypuppy1334, no, use openssh-server12:19
NET||abusehmm, what's the best audio cd burner app for gnome/well a K* app would be ok also..12:19
skinnypuppy1334openssh then, thank you guys12:19
NET||abusei've just used serpentine for a few discs there,, but,, any better ones?12:19
ivan_where can i get help on compiz fusion??12:19
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NET||abuseivan_, #compiz-fusion12:19
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VSpikeDoes anyone know if there's an email program for ubuntu which supports sending HTML email in a specific font?12:21
|Jason8|Hey all.  when I try to activate the restricted nvidia drivers, they actually -don't-.  The check box stays unmarked and I can't use 'em.  I imagine that the reason for this is that my gfx card is integrated, so the drivers would be different I'd imagine.  Any ideas on how to fix this?12:21
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jarlhello. odd question perhaps, but does anyone here have a 5,25''-diskdrive?12:22
osmosisHardy Hard-on ?12:22
ScorpKingya, but not connected to a machine12:23
Administratorwow12:23
jarlanyone connected?12:23
Administratorthis is taking long12:23
Administratorim trying to install the beryl effects lolz12:24
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skinnypuppy1334Why is it when I ping on lan blueubuntubox it returns an ip off my lan, but on the wan cable range?12:24
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addajklhello everybody, good day to you12:24
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ScorpKinghi12:24
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CoasterMasterhello12:25
CoasterMaster!hi | addajkl12:25
ubotuaddajkl: Hi! Welcome to #ubuntu!12:25
addajklam i pretty much out of luck running Ubuntu on my powerbook G4 ;( ?12:25
addajklthanks!12:25
AndrewBI use Ubuntu on my iBook g412:25
skinnypuppy1334I can ping ip of blueubuntubox , but its hostname isn't resolving to the local ip lan range...12:25
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rocketsaddajkl, No, just install the PPC version12:25
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addajklAndrewB: where can i find a download of it? I heard its not supported anymore? i have an aging 667mhz powerbook g4, and i figure linux will run a bit better on it12:25
ScorpKingjarl: still there?12:26
|Jason8|skinnypuppy1334: sounds like witchcraft.12:26
AndrewBaddajkl: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/ports/releases/feisty/release/12:26
|Jason8|Maybe your router has that computer set outside the network?  I know my router can do that.12:26
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ptn107whats a good bittorrent client for ubuntu besides the included one??12:27
addajklAndrewB: thanks so much i appreciate it, so ican partition and dual boot if i choose to?12:27
CoasterMaster!torrent | ptn10712:27
AndrewBaddajkl: sure can12:27
pike_ptn107: deluge or ktorrent for gui12:27
ubotuptn107: Torrent clients: Azureus (Java), BitTornado (Shell with python front-end), KTorrent (KDE/Qt), rTorrent (C++) -  Bittorent FAQ: http://www.bittorrent.com/FAQ.html12:27
skinnypuppy1334Jason8 didn't know I could set anything on the router. D-link cable modem dlink wireless router12:27
RiaxHello. I'd like to know exactly what I need to do in order to boot Ubuntu 7.04 x86 from the live disc with support for my graphics card.12:27
ptn107whats the most popular client of those listed??12:28
addajklAndrewB: last question, i'm sorry if i am interuppting !! i have a linksys pcmcia wireless G card , will i be able to use internet with that?12:28
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skinnypuppy1334Can you telnet into Dlink router?12:28
pike_ptn107: overhead leaving az up for a few days drives me crazy id stay away from java. probably recommend ktorrent i guess12:28
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|Jason8|addajkl: dual booting is supported pretty nicely.  I dualboot windows/ubuntu on this computer, and that works great.  Ubuntu > all12:28
bulmeraddajkl: yes you can12:28
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pike_ptn107: personally i use utorrent and wine. i think alot of people do12:29
addajklbulmer: thanks, do i need to download anything for that?12:29
stephanhey guys12:29
AndrewBI dunno bout that one addajkl, bulmer thinks so :D12:29
NET||abusehehe, 5.25,, weird12:29
stephanyeah u need to download wine.. and utorrent but other than that nope12:29
NET||abusesorry, was reading scroll back ther.e.12:29
NET||abusedidn't realize12:29
|Jason8|addajkl: also, I ran ubuntu pretty decent on a 450 MHz AMD K6-2.  it was about four times faster than XP and about twice as fast as Win9812:29
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CoasterMasterI use rtorrent/libtorrent12:29
addajkljason8: wow, im really excited then!12:29
stephani use azureus12:30
pike_rtorrent is awesome for cli but i dont know id recommend to a new linux user12:30
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NET||abusepike_, dunno, i find the default gnome torrent kinda annoying to use12:30
grafporno..there are cli-torrent applications?12:30
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addajklawesome, as long as i can use the pcmcia linksys wireless g with my powerbook with ubuntu i think i will be very excited!12:30
CoasterMasteryeah, a couple of them12:30
AndrewBgrafporno: sure is12:30
corrupttime to eat12:30
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grafpornosecond that what net|abuse is12:30
grafporno*said12:30
grafpornosorry12:30
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grafpornortorrent was the name, right?12:31
CoasterMasteryes, rtorrent12:31
bulmeraddajkl: which chip does it use? google for the driver it uses12:31
CoasterMasterand libtorrent goes with it12:31
|Jason8|addajkl: How much RAM do you have?  Always partition a decent size swap area.  768 megs should be more than plenty.12:31
kevinOmanok i deleted that partition using gparted and like i thought it messes up grub, anyone know how I can fix grub now12:31
CoasterMastergrafporno: the version in the ubuntu repositories is outdated though12:31
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grafpornowhere can i get the new one then?12:31
RiaxI'd like to know exactly what I need to do in order to boot Ubuntu 7.04 x86 from the live disc with support for my graphics card.12:31
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AndrewBkevinOman: grub-install ?12:32
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kevinOmancan i do it from the live cd?12:32
bulmerRiax: if it supports Vesa..your okay12:32
grafpornokevinOman: grub commandline, set root and setup then12:32
CoasterMastergrafporno: you can get it from the libtorrent website (http://libtorrent.rakshasa.no/), the latest versions are 0.7.6 for rtorrent, 0.11.6 for libtorrent12:32
RiaxI know, but I want to boot without using safe graphics mode.12:32
grafpornothere's a topic on the ubuntuforums12:32
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CoasterMastergrafporno: you have to compile them from source, though12:32
kevinOmangrafporno how do i get to the grub commandline?12:33
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grafpornoCoasterMaster: you got a link?12:33
CoasterMastergrafporno: http://libtorrent.rakshasa.no/12:33
grafpornokevinOman: sudo grub12:33
grafpornoCoasterMaster: thanks12:33
Atlantizis it hard to install windows/ubuntu with grub?12:33
CoasterMastergrafporno: no problem12:33
stephannope12:33
kevinOmangrafporno, i can do this from the live cd?12:33
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igor47hi, i'm having a problem where entries in /etc/hosts are ignored.  i checked nsswitch and host.conf and both have file over dns precendece, so what is going on?12:33
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Atlantizwhat is your entry in grub for windows stephan?12:34
grafpornokevinOman: sure, did it about 2 hours ago :D12:34
pike_Atlantiz: no just install linux last. usually everything is setup for ya. all you have to do is choose between em at boot12:34
GrungebunnyI have a question for when ubuntu 7.10 comes out.. will I have reinstall it? (redo everything ive changed or customized) or can you just upgrade to it without it messing with everything youve done or installed.12:34
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Atlantizawsome pike12:34
CoasterMasterGrungebunny: you will be able to upgrade12:34
addajklbulmer: i have a linksys WPC54GS ver 212:34
Grungebunnyyay12:34
grafpornokevinOman: basically, you want to reinstall grub, right?12:34
Riaxbulmer: I know there's a "driver disc" option in the live boot menu, but I don't know what file(s) I need to put on this disc in order for it to work.12:34
Born_In_Xixaxhi, i would like to keep an eye on my kids' ubuntu pc usage - is there a way to get a screenshot of a remote pc's X session?  Prefer not to do a full VNC session...12:34
kevinOmangrafporno: ok im at the command line, what commands do i use?12:35
bulmerigor47: how did you verify this? did you try to put a different ip address in /etc/hosts from the real one and did it make a difference?12:35
kevinOmangrafporno: yes12:35
grafpornookay12:35
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ScorpKingigor47: it should work if you have dnsmaq installed. thats what i use.12:35
igor47bulmer: my hostname is simply not found12:35
grafpornokevinOman: do you have the old install of grub? if so, use "find /boot/grub/stage1"12:35
bulmeraddajkl: find out the chip inside it..and look in /lib/firmware/`uname -r`/  for the drivers12:36
|Jason8|are the ubuntu forums really slow for anyone or is it just me?12:36
grafpornocause youll need the path, where grub's installed12:36
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pike_Born_In_Xixax: you could setup a script using the info at http://www.linux.com/articles/60722 but thats not exactly a packaged solution i dunno how exp you are12:36
kevinOmangrafporno: i installed ubuntu server after my orignal ubuntu, i deleted the server edition so my regular grub is broken12:36
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kevinOmangrafporno: that command says hd0,212:36
igor47bulmer: it is set as an alias: the line is 127.0.0.1 localhost mymachine but 'nslookup mymachine' gives nxdomain12:36
grafpornothat's good12:36
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Born_In_Xixaxpike_: ill take a look - i can handle a bit of complexity :) thanks12:36
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|neon|how can i determine what speed the network card is connected at i.e. 100 or 1000 under kubuntu 7.04 thx12:37
grafpornonext command to use is: root hd(0,2)12:37
bulmerigor47: nslookup always uses dns i dont think it ever uses /etc/hosts12:37
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rockets|neon|, sudo mii-tool12:37
grafpornogot that, kevinOman12:37
grafporno?12:37
igor47bulmer: nslookup uses the resolver libraries.  it should resolve according to system resolver preferences12:37
kevinOmangrafporno: yup it says hd0,212:37
|Jason8|aw man, I think it's just my dialups.12:37
grafpornogood12:37
kevinOmanwhat do i do now12:38
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bulmerRiax: if you know the driver your video card uses, i guess you can have it in  cdrom and load it..but just for test..just use the vesa  option12:38
grafpornokevinOman : gimme a sec12:38
SunWuKungACTION gives grafporno12:38
kevinOmanok12:38
bulmerigor47: am not so sure about that..let me check on mine..12:38
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|neon|rockets thx, it says is at 100basetx how can i change it to 1000 since my card is 1000 capable12:38
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rockets|neon|,  I don't think mii-tool is capable of higher then 100, but also its not enough to just have a 1000 card you need a compatible switch12:39
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rockets|neon|, i think ethtool or something like that can do it12:39
rocketsyeah ethtool12:39
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Riaxbulmer: I've been frequently booting off the live disc for over a month now. I'm planning on installing Ubuntu alongside XP SP2, but not until I receive the 64-bit disc by mail.12:39
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grafpornokevinOman: yeah. next thing is: setup (hd0). this will write grub into the mbr so you can use grub to boot12:40
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|neon|i have the switch my entire lan is on 1000 i am running clarkconnect to serve files to everyone and i get 38mb average tranfer rates eexcept on this machine12:40
Riaxbulmer: I know Ubuntu works, I'd just like to be able to boot into it with support for my video card.12:40
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bulmerigor47: nope, i put an entry in the /etc/host and used nslookup..it never uses that file12:40
grafpornokevinOman: after that, reboot, you should have the menu and boot options back then12:40
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igor47bulmer: but it *SHOULD*12:40
igor47bulmer: thats the problem12:41
bulmerigor47: im not 100% sure it should..12:41
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kevinOmangrafporno: I get: Error 12: Invalid device requested12:41
igor47bulmer: it shouldn't be up to my dns server to resolve 'localhost' - thats why /etc/hosts exists!12:41
grafpornokevinOman: grub error?12:41
kevinOman yep i did sudo grub12:42
kevinOmanthen setup (hd0)12:42
grafpornokevinOman: k, where'd you get the error, where'd it fail12:42
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kevinOmangrafporno: if i type setup (hd0) it outputs: Error 12: Invalid device requested12:43
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bigjohntoi have like 8 proccesses (child forked processes) of sendmail, when i check the pid number to a log of mail it shows that those are related to spam email and that in the logs it shows as rejected... my question is why does the processes still exist?12:43
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grafpornokevinOman: hd0 is your primary harddisk though?12:43
kevinOmanyup i have only one12:44
bulmerigor47 there are some defaults...but again am not 100% sure it has to use /etc/host for resolving localhost12:44
kevinOmanits an sata drive though12:44
grafpornokevinOman: dunno.. try hd0,0 ? im guessing here12:44
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Bulazeemhow do i disable desktop drawing in ubuntu?12:44
kevinOmangrafporno: nope same thing12:45
AdlaiBulazeem: like, the background?12:45
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Riaxbulmer: Ok, I guess I'll just burn the driver file to a disc and try the driver disc boot menu option. But which file do I burn? Is it NVIDIA-Linux-x86-100.14.11-pkg1.run? That's the official Linux x86 driver for my video card.12:45
addajklwhat kernel does 7.04 Feisty Fawn use?12:45
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BulazeemAdlai: exactly12:45
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bulmerbigjohnto: umm could it be its a daemon and when a daemon child gets killed it spawns another set?12:45
BulazeemAdlai: i did it before and cant remember how12:46
Adlaiyou can either set it to no background, or kill that instance of nautilus12:46
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BulazeemAdlai: i remember setting something to draw desktop false or something like that12:46
Adlaioh, you mean in GDM?12:46
BulazeemAdlai: i think so.12:46
igor47bulmer: ok, i am not on the network.  if i don't have a dns server to access, i should still be able to resolve my own name.  i guess i'll open a bug report, but this is definetly definetly wrong12:46
bulmerRiax: i honestly does not know which driver..you may have to try them both and see which one is the best for yours..another cd to burn is not that expensive12:46
Adlaithat would be no background for the login screen, is that what you want?12:46
demonsporkRiax, which Nvidia Graphics card do you have?12:46
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kevinOmangrafporno did you say i need to set root first? or is that what were doing12:47
kitcheigor47, you have to add the localmachine to /etc/hosts you probably don't have it in there well besides the local.localdomain part12:47
Riaxdemonspork: GeForce 6200TC12:47
Adlaiit's in /etc/gdm/gdm.conf-custom12:47
BulazeemAdlai: what my ultimate goal is for the compiz-fusion to display my four desktop images.   i had it set up before so it wouldnt draw a desktop or icons but i cant remember what i did =/12:47
Adlaiadd the line "BackgroundType=0"12:47
Adlaihmm?12:47
Adlaioh12:47
demonsporkRiax, does the LiveCD boot in normal graphics mode, at all?12:47
Adlaithis is something entirely different12:47
kitcheigor47, before I had to add my computername.domainname to /etc/hosts since the install didn't add it but a reinstall did it's one of those odd little bugs that happen every once in a while12:47
grafpornokevinOman: first you need to tell grub where it's root directory is12:47
bulmerigor47: here use this dns  68.94.156.1  i believe its comcast12:48
grafpornokevinOman: which normally is in /boot/grub12:48
Adlaiwell for that, you just kill nautilus12:48
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Adlaiand tell the session manager not to start nautilus on login12:48
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grafpornokevinOman: therefore we do root (hd0,2)12:48
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kevinOmanthat worked12:49
BulazeemAdlai: ty :)12:49
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Riaxdemonspork: No. I have to use Vesa mode or my primary monitor tries (and fails) to display it correctly, and my secondary monitor reports that the refresh rates are out of range.12:49
grafpornokevinOman: it did? good :D12:49
kevinOmangrafporno the other command worked now too12:49
kevinOmani will reboot now12:49
demonsporkRiax, so you can boot into the desktop in safe graphics mode?12:49
grafpornokevinOman: good, see you later than hopefully :D12:49
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Riaxdemonspork: Yes.12:50
ZofoDoes anyone know of a way to install ubuntu from the live cd in a way that would run better on a slower computer? becuse my friend cant burn cds12:50
vHow do I install KDE / Make it the default in UBUNTU 7.04? Is there a simple package to download?12:50
kevinOman:) thanks grafporno12:50
grafpornonp12:50
AdlaiBulazeem: explain to me what it is you're doing, because I want to try it12:50
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VasdreftHow do I install KDE / Make it the default in UBUNTU 7.04? Is there a simple package to download?12:50
CoasterMasterVasdreft: sudo apt-get install kubuntu-desktop12:50
carlosrhi ...somebody could help me Im working en TLSP proyect.....i have some dobut....12:50
VasdreftDanke :D12:50
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Jack_SparrowVasdreft: First show a little patience...12:50
BulazeemAdlai: with compiz-fusion you can go to the desktop cube section and then you can set it up under the appearance tab so that each face of your "cube" or w/e shape you have will have its own wallpaper12:50
Adlaioh that12:51
CoasterMasterZofo: you  might want to check out xubuntu for slower computers12:51
Adlaialright, yeah12:51
VasdreftJack_Sparrow -- Apologies, I got a message that I wasn't logged in with the proper password as V, so I changed my name and reposted my comment. I didn't mean to double post.12:51
Jack_Sparrownp12:51
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silverlord12:51
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VasdreftJack_Sparrow -- Didn't think it posted the first time.12:51
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Jack_SparrowVasdreft: you select which desktop at login and you can set the default12:51
sith-lordHello12:51
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perehi, anybody knows a download manager that utilizes mirrors for diferent source downlads?12:51
mtappendenHi guys12:51
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mtappendenIf I have a file which has video, and one with audio, and they are meant to be together to make up one movie with audio and video, how can I put them together?12:52
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mtappendenMost apps I've tried just let me put them one after the other...12:52
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VasdreftNtappenden, message me in private12:52
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ZofoIs there a way to install from the live cd that would make itrun faster?12:52
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gpmhey guys. when i run winecfg i don't see an oss option, but all the guides (including ubuntuforums) on how to run steam (lame, i know, but i like to play) say to use oss...how can i install that option?12:53
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demonsporkRiax, if you have the driver file on your Windows partition, Install the system from Safe Graphics mode, then to be safe copy the nvidia driver installer into the /home/Riax/ folder on the new installation while you are still on the LiveCD.  the path to it will be something like "/media/hda1/home/Riax"12:53
File13Hi im dual booting and i just isntalled windows now onto installing ubuntu, in order to get more free space do i click the windows partition and size it down to the desired size using gpart?12:53
mtappendenVasdreft: Alright12:53
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pike_File13: thats the idea. usually goes well.12:53
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Vasdreftmtappenden -- message me in a private window, i'll explain12:54
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mtappendenVasdreft: I just did...12:54
codenameHi, I need some help trying to install a Emerald theme12:54
File13do i keep it mounted at /media/sda1 or do i change it12:54
pike_File13: it cannot be mounted12:54
Vasdreftmtappenden -- perhaps private messages are disabled here.. :| ?12:54
Atlantizhey fellas i have a 74 gb hard drive divided in half with 2 partitions when i install windows on the first partition how do i prevent it from partitioning the whole drive?12:54
mtappendenVasdreft: Just tried to again you not getting it?12:54
mtappendenVasdreft: You ahve AIM or MSN?12:54
Jack_SparrowZofo: The live cd is a bit slow as it is live , but the installed Ubuntu is faster12:54
Vasdreftmtappenden -- No, not getting it. I messaged you, too12:54
File13well you can mount it with the ntfs plugin later12:54
codenameHi, I need some help trying to install a Emerald theme12:54
File13or have it viewable rather12:54
mtappendenVasdreft: Didn't get it, weird12:55
Vasdreftmtappenden -- I have aim / MSN but I prefer to be anonymous.12:55
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pike_File13: i mean gparted in order to resize needs it to be unmounted12:55
mtappendenVasdreft: Ok...12:55
Vasdreftmtappenden -- I have done what you are doing, I use a program that  is free called "Virtual Dub" to do it.12:55
Riaxdemonspork: Then install the package? But won't I have to reboot after I install the driver, which would just reload the live session from disc?12:55
RalithHey, how would I find out which package provides jini.h?12:55
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sith-lord?12:55
mtappendenVasdreft: Join #mtappenden12:55
File13ok so just change it down to desired size then make my ubuntu partitions and thats it?12:55
Jack_SparrowAtlantiz: THe windows installer lets you pick which partition to use for the install...  usually the first one...12:55
codenameHi, I need some help trying to install a Emerald theme12:55
demonsporkRiax, then when you reboot into the Ubuntu system you just installed, if the desktop won't load, it will leave you at a command line (or you can hit "Ctrl+Alt+F2" if you don't get a prompt)  then simply type "sudo sh NVIDIA-Linux-x86-100.14.11-pkg1.run"12:55
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Atlantizok thanks jack12:55
codenameHi, I need some help trying to install a Emerald theme12:55
yurimxpxmando any of you have the game Prey?12:55
user_I need to delete a directory in terminal, sudo rmdir --ignore DIRNAME doesn't give any error but the dir is still there... ?12:55
Atlantizi'm going to give it a shot12:55
RalithRiax: this isn't windows; you don't have to reboot for everything12:56
Jack_SparrowFile13: No need to pre-make your partitions for Ubuntu.. the installer will handle it..12:56
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codenameActually a Emerald Theme Manager12:56
crazy6gah, my kingdom for a blank CD12:56
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Zofoi need to install ubuntu on a slow laptop and i dont have a way to burn cds and all i have is a live cd is there a way t odo this?12:56
Atlantizawsome thanks jack12:56
Atlantizlater guys12:56
File13well im manually doing it...im setting it up a special way12:56
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CoasterMasterZofo: just stick the CD in and install?12:56
Jack_SparrowZofo: The live cd has an install icon...12:56
pike_Zofo: there are a few options detailed at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation12:56
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Zofoyea i click it and its so slow it freezes12:57
codenameActually a Emerald Theme Manager12:57
File13the idea is to have windows and ubuntu then a fat32 shareable partition12:57
user_rmdir won't delete directory? Need to trash /usr/local/gcam12:57
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Jack_SparrowZofo: What speed is the laptop?12:57
Zofopike_: thx12:57
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Jack_SparrowFile13: That is the same thing I run here12:57
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demonsporkRiax, When you install the Ubuntu System, you will continue to use the live disk after it is done, it doesn't switch you to the System you just installed until you reboot and remove the LiveCD12:57
Riaxdemonspork: I don't want to actually install Ubuntu until my 64-bit disc arrives in the mail. I just want to know if there's a way I can make the live disc load a driver from another disc before it loads.12:57
ZofoJack_Sparrow: not over a gighz12:58
Jack_SparrowZofo: Still runs decent on a 1 ghz box12:58
demonsporkRiax, what are the specs on your system?12:58
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ZofoJack_Sparrow: yea it should work but its slow12:58
BulazeemAdlai: i found an easier way to do it if you are interested.  in configuration editor go to apps, nautilus, preferences, and uncheck the show_desktop box12:58
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yurimxpxmando any of you have the game Prey? If so, could you /msg me?12:59
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VasdreftYurimxpxman -- messaging is banned on this server, I think12:59
codenameActually a Emerald Theme Manager12:59
irotasanyone know how to change how frequently fsck is forced to check a filesystem?12:59
Riaxdemonspork: AMD Athlon64 3500+ Orleans 2.2GHz, nVidia GeForce 6200TC 256MB (512 MB effective), 1GB RAM12:59
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yurimxpxmanVasdreft: no it's not. You just have to be identified.12:59
Jack_SparrowZofo: The live is a bit slow but it should be decent after it installs on the hd12:59
irotasby default it checks it every 20 mounts .. i'd rather it be every 50 or so12:59
VasdreftI have prey12:59
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VasdreftI'm not identified, thoguh01:00
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File13Jack_Sparrow: since im manually doing this when i make the ext3 and swap do i mount ext3 at "/" for root01:00
Jack_Sparrowirotas: It is selectable...01:00
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Jack_SparrowFile13: yes01:00
File13sweet01:00
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irotasJack_Sparrow: where is it configured?01:00
cosmodadirotas: I think it's e2fstune or something...01:00
yurimxpxmanVasdreft: could you hop into #ubuntu-offtopic for sec?01:00
cosmodadirotas: no it's called tune2fs01:01
File13what do i mount the fat32 as jack01:01
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Jack_Sparrowirotas: I have seen it but dont remember where, I did reset mine...01:01
demonsporkRiax, I am Running an Intel Core2duo E6600, Nvidia Geforce 8800GTS 320MB, 2GB RAM.   I downloaded the 64 bit disk and installed it, but I kept having problems with the nvidia driver, I could not get it to work01:01
ZofoJack_Sparrow: i know that is slow on the live cd the problem is is that i am unable to install from the live cd and i was wondering if i could find a way to use the live to install in mybe the way the alternate does that i would be happy, but if there is no way of that then i will have to find a way to get another cd01:01
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cosmodadJack_Sparrow: I just told him, see above01:02
Jack_SparrowFile13: Dont worry about the fat32 you can set it up any time01:02
irotascosmodad: ah, thanks!01:02
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cosmodadirotas: use tune2fs -i {<days>d|<month>m|<weeks>w}01:02
cosmodadirotas: better check the manpage too01:02
File13well wouldnt it be easy to just set up in gpart now?01:02
Jack_SparrowZofo: If the live will not work with F6 and different options like noapic   added to the boot line you will need the alt cd01:02
Riaxdemonspork: Hmm, so maybe it's just best to install Ubuntu from the 32-bit disc anyway?01:03
demonsporkRiax, there is also a 64 bit version of the Nvidia driver that you will need01:03
CharlieSuhow can i tell what error code a program exited with?01:03
demonsporkRiax, that Is my conclusion01:03
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pike_Riax: not a compelling reason for 64bit unless you have an app that needs more than 4G ram at a time01:03
Cyrus25801how do I send a email to many ppl and let it show undisclosed recipients01:03
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File13or do i even have to have a mount point if its fat3201:03
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cosmodadCyrus25801: easiest way is to put all recipients in the BCC field and yourself in `to'01:04
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demonsporkRiax, also, if you want to test it out, it is really easy to install the 32-bit now and then install over it with the 64-bit when the disk comes in, and if that doesn't work out, just reinstall over that with the 32-bit again01:04
cosmodadCyrus25801: most mail servers will accept that01:04
Juliosohey all, I have a quick question about file systems and the boot drive01:04
ZofoJack_Sparrow: ok thank you that kinda what i thoguth just wanted to cheack. this is for a frend thatl ive far away hes a linux noob and im not the best eather but im speading the love01:04
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demonsporkRiax, do have 2 computers handy?01:04
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Jared-MooreHi guys, I'm having trouble compiling GNOME applications. When running make, I always get a strange error - "Makefile:107: *** target pattern contains no `%'.  Stop." This always happens in the po/ directory. I have done "sudo apt-get build-dep XX" (where XX is what I'm trying to compile at the time) and I have installed gnome-common and all the autotools packages that I can find. This problem happens both when compiling from t01:05
Jack_SparrowFile13: sorry, trying to do too many things here...   no you dont need a mount point but you can make one..01:05
irotascosmodad: i got it set, thanks again01:05
JuliosoI'm getting this while installing Ubuntu: The GRUB boot loader installation often fails or hangs when /boot is on a XFS file system. Using LILO in this situation is recommended.01:05
pike_Riax: or use same seperate /home partition  and install / for 32 and 64 on seperate partitions01:05
cosmodadirotas: np01:05
Riaxdemonspork: I have my server, but I'm broke, so it's running an 800MHz P3.01:05
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Cyrus25801cosmodad: wont the recipients see the other ppls email address then?01:05
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cosmodadCyrus25801: nope.01:05
JuliosoI would like to use XFS because I have read about its advantages over other FS types, but Ubuntu seems to believe that it isn't suitable to be the FS on the system drive, is this true?01:05
n00dl3Riax: pshh thats more than enough! XD01:06
cosmodadCyrus25801: BCC people can't see other people's BCC addresses01:06
pike_Julioso: if ya lose power one day it could be very bad01:06
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Riaxn00dl3: Not when you run 3 instances of HLDS.01:06
Juliosopike_: hmm, always a possibility around here, what does the GRUB boot loader do, anyway?01:06
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demonsporkRiax, it is more than enough to run an IRC client01:06
Juliosopike_: actually, I use a UPS, so power outages shouldn't affect my computer01:07
pike_Julioso: it installs to the first 512 bytes of hd and loads rest from a partition.. hangon gotta call01:07
pike_!grub | Julioso01:07
ubotuJulioso: grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after installing windows: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows - Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto01:07
demonsporkRiax, my advice would be just to install the Ubuntu 32-bit, all the 64-bit does for you is make more complications01:07
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Riaxdemonspork: It would be if I wasn't running 3 instances of Half-Life Dedicated Server, web, FTP, and 4 Teamspeak servers.01:07
Cyrus25801cosmodad: thanx a stack man01:08
codenameActually a Emerald Theme Manager01:08
codenamei need help installing a theme01:08
codenamefrom emerald01:08
cosmodadCyrus25801: np01:08
demonsporkRiax, if it can handle all that why can't it run mIRC01:08
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addajklburning ubuntu live cd for my powerbook g4!01:08
addajklim excited01:08
File13so it doesnt matter if i mount the fat32 at all?01:09
Juliosoahhh, interesting... any FS types other than ext3 good for system drive? maybe reiserfs or jfs?01:09
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Riaxdemonspork: I didn't say it couldn't handle it, but if I actually login to Server 2003, it would only cause all 30-some players on my HL servers to lag to hell and back.01:09
macdreiser is nice for FS and small files, XFS works great for larger media drives01:10
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codenamei need help installing a theme01:10
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codenamei need help installing a theme01:10
Juliosohey ubotu, let's see how smart of a bot you are... what is LILO?01:10
Cyrus25801cosmodad: is their another way of doing it that only the person receiving the mail can see their email address or they can't see any email address01:11
Riaxdemonspork: Right now, everything's running as a service. Anyway, I think I've got all the info I need.01:11
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Jack_Sparrow!patience > codename01:11
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codenameok01:11
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Atlantizhey Jack Sparrow one more question it will only let me format for ext3 not ntfs on the first partition and the second too01:11
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dmglouiscan someone help me? whenever i use totem it goes fullscreen (with controls) without any window decoration. I have to watch all videos like that or full screen it. I have no option for resizing it01:11
File13yeah i dunno wtf is up01:11
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cosmodadCyrus25801: using mailing-lists, it's possible too01:12
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Jack_SparrowAtlantiz: WIndows cd will format to ntfs for you, sorry but I was spread too thin...01:12
Cyrus25801cosmodad: how do you do that01:12
demonsporkRiax, the live cd doesn't need to load the normal drivers, just install from the safe graphics mode, put the .run file in your new home folder, reboot into the new system, and type "sudo sh nvidiablahblahblah.run"01:12
demonsporkRiax, that is just a quick synopsis01:12
cosmodadCyrus25801: that's a little bit harder. You need to set up an MTA like sendmail and do proper configuration.01:13
Atlantizok see ya then after the install01:13
cosmodadCyrus25801: I don't have experience with that myself01:13
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Cyrus25801cosmodad: cool will look it up.thanx agin01:13
cosmodadCyrus25801: an easier way is to subscribe to some free mailing list service01:13
RiaxAlright, I'll try that.01:13
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RiaxI'm gonna go reboot now. My thanks to the two or three people who helped.01:13
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dmglouishas anyone had a problem with totem opening up without any window decorations and unresizeable?01:14
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dmglouisits basically fullscreen with controls and sidebar01:14
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ckin2001can you press "f" to get out of fullscreen?01:15
dmglouiswell its not in fullscreen mode, that mode works fine01:16
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dmglouisits just mazimized without window decorations01:16
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Varreonwhats the command to start Transmission Bittorrent?01:16
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Administratorhey how do i get under the modules section?01:18
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russe11I have ubuntu running on a desktop and on my laptop - is there a way for me to sync appointments/tasks/contacts between the two?01:18
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codenameI'm trying to install a theme using Emerald Manager any ideas?01:18
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File13ok so last time to be sure, i can just set it to fat32 and not worry about a mount point and it will show up on windows and ubuntu?01:20
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azrael_Hello01:20
jesseHAIII, i needs sum halp01:20
yurimxpxmando any of you have the game Prey? If so, could you either message me or join #ubuntu-offtopic ?01:21
jesseSound isn't working on a toshiba A20001:21
jessei've followed all the tutorials out there01:21
jesseand it still isn't working01:21
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azrael_how do you turn on Jack audio01:21
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codenameI'm trying to install a theme using Emerald Manager any ideas?01:21
Varreonare you using WINE?01:21
Varreonazrael01:21
azrael_no01:21
dmglouishas anyone had any problems with window decorations/unable to resize on any anything?01:21
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azrael_i try to open JACK Rack, but it says Jack isnt running01:22
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Menasim1how can I create .deb packages?01:22
JuliosoI'm out, thanks pike_01:23
dmglouismenasim1: do you mean from .rpm packages?01:23
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addajkli just inserted the ubuntu live cd into my powerbook01:23
asdfdoes anyone know of a thesaurus app for Linux?01:23
addajklif all goes well and it runs? what do i do to install it and have it dual boot with os x?01:23
Menasim1dmglouis: I mean from nothing01:23
azrael_i got Jack Rack and Jack EQ, is there another JAck program so i can turn Jack off and on01:23
dmglouismenasim1: sorry, im not sure about that01:24
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Grungebunnyaddajkl should be an 'install' icon on your dekstop but I know nothing about dual booting with osx01:24
Menasim1dmglouis: aha, thank you anyway01:24
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Menasim1if any one knows please tell me01:24
addajklGrungebunny: thanks! well hopefully it will load up, im still waiting at the desktop for icons to show up01:24
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asdfdoes anyone know of a thesaurus app for Linux?01:24
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Bulazeemmy main task bar is 48 pixels tall.  how can i set it so that the Window List can like stack up in there?  like instead of single rows in columns how could i do like 2 rows or maybe even 3?01:25
scipioasdf, moby thesaurus shows up in synaptic01:25
lakinI just got an ipod nano. I plug it in and rhythmbox recognizes it and I can see the  songs that it contains, but I can't copy music to it as root owns the mount and it was mounted with 'ro nosuid nodev noexeec umask=22 uid=0 gid=0 nls=utf8'  ... how do I change the manner in which ubuntu mounts it?01:26
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emeristeCan Yahoo messenger be run in wine?01:27
scipioBulazeem, why not add another one panel?01:27
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azrael_Looking fo help with JACK01:28
addajkl*shrug* running ubuntu live cd, i get the mouse pointer and the desktop background, but thats pretty much it01:28
Bulazeemhrm now i just have the windows displaying twice lol01:28
geniiemeriste: Probably but why not just use a linux IM client instead that does Yahoo protocol, like pidgin or so?01:28
emeristeI have no problem with pidgin as an instant messenger, but I would like to chat in Yahoo.01:29
scipioBulazeem, on the new panel you can add whatever you want. launchers, notification area, window switcher etc.01:29
Grungebunnyaddajkl no menus or anything else?01:29
emeristeI think Yahoo has changed something and third party clients aren't working now.01:29
codenameI'm trying to install a theme using Emerald Manager any ideas?01:29
addajklGrungebunny: just the background, and a mouse pointer and i can move it01:29
addajklthats it01:29
scipioemeriste, yahoo works fine with pidgin for me01:29
Grungebunnyaddajkl i'd try rebooting then...01:30
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emeristescipio - chat?01:30
addajklGrungebunny: okay it sa live cd01:30
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scipioemeriste, if you mean voice, no. text only01:30
UncleDIm trying to get X to run and I installed a new video card but only know it's made by "Asus" I dont know the model number.01:30
emeristescipio - I don't need voice chat. I didn't think you could log into chat with pidgin.01:30
UncleDIs there a way to find out the model number of an installed video card without opening up the PC?01:30
Grungebunnyscipio you able to get into the yahoo rooms with pidgin ?01:31
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scipioi didn't try geting into chat rooms but i can try now. don't know any chat rooms though01:31
SippyHi, does someone know of a 56k internal pci modem that supports voice and has a linux driver that also supports voice?  Ive been looking for over a week and I need some halp.01:31
emeristeJust try going into any of them. I don't think it's possible.01:31
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Sippyor even a driver that supports voice would be a good start01:31
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azrael_Looking for help with JAck01:31
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azrael_Looking For help with JACK Audio01:33
lakinnevermind. It's HFS+ .....01:33
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Networksettings4I'm having trouble with my wireless adapter - Ive just completed the ndiswrapper and my device is on and responsive01:35
Networksettings4but it can't connect to any networks successfully - even the unsecured ones my neighbors have01:35
Joeb454hey, i can't seem to use a .package file :S thought that it was meant to be platform agnostic :(01:35
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jribJoeb454: what are you trying to install?01:35
Networksettings4what are the terminal commands to connect to an ssid?01:35
Joeb454amsn. the version in the repositories is older than the latest version01:35
tim167hello01:35
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Shooreehi, is there a sound-issue related tutorial somewhere?01:36
tim167can anyone help me get wireless working ?01:36
Networksettings4#wireless01:36
jribJoeb454: generally, there's no reason to have the latest version of something.  Why do you need the latest version?01:36
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Joeb454just wanted to make sure that if i had a.package file it would install, and figured being as i don't use it much, i'd try that01:37
Joeb454but it won't install, lol01:37
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ivanhey how do i accept on my terminal when im installing sun java01:37
jribJoeb454: I'd stay away from .package, stick to the repos and keep a healthy system :)01:38
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geniiazrael_: I don't use that but there seems something on it here, tho not specifically to with jack, it's an incidental subject. But you can get the idea https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToSeq24Introduction and then the link from there on jack specifically01:38
Bulazeemscipio: please check the pm i sent you if you dont mind.  :-*01:38
jribivan: tab, enter01:38
ivani cant click on accept iy appears like plain text01:38
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ivanjrib: thanks01:38
Shooreeguys. I've got soundcard issues. where do I go for help?01:39
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jrib!sound > Shooree (see the private message from ubotu)01:39
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patrikHi I'm trying to get vncserver running but I can't get it to start the gnome window manager.  I've edited xstartup as suggested on several websites but I just get an X server with no WM. Any ideas?01:39
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Ice_hi I have a problem connecting to networks wirelessly - I seem to have my wireless adapter working - any help would be appreciated01:40
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scipioBulazeem, didn't get one. anyway i tried to join a chat room but it doesn't seem to work. might be because i never used them and don't know a valid name01:40
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Bulazeemhttp://farm2.static.flickr.com/1396/947419831_150f6cc191_o.jpg   i cant remember how i set the bottom part up so that the open windows stack like that.  i took that pic a long time ago but had to reformat recently =/01:41
addajklis there a way to instal from the livd cd? without booting into it01:42
addajklbefore i type 'live'01:42
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Joeb454addajkl: not without booting it. you need the alternative CD i believe01:42
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Joeb454then you get the old installer01:42
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scipioBulazeem, oh i see what you want01:43
addajklJoeb454: :( i wish i could use this live cd, but it only boots up to the background and the mouse pointer01:43
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felipe_hi, here(ubuntu feisty fawn) the slides(*.ppt, *.pps) is very lows, in openoffice and power point(crossover), we can help me?01:43
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felipe_sorry my english, I'm brazilian :(01:43
ReifsterHi! I've got a Thinkpad R61 and just installed Feisty.. Whenever I play a sound, I can't hear anything coming out of the speaker01:44
ReifsterIn alsamixer, nothing is muted and it's all on full01:44
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ReifsterAnyone got any ideas ?01:44
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Ice_hi I have a problem connecting to networks wirelessly - I seem to have my wireless adapter working - any help would be appreciated01:44
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eugmanIs there a way to run an old kernel like 2.6.18 ?01:45
geniiReifster: Make sure laptop hardware switch for sound is on. FN and some other key like possibly F601:45
Reifstergenii: It is :/01:45
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scipioBulazeem, when i right click on the panel-preferences-pixel size if i go over a certain limit they stack01:46
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scipioBulazeem, 71 for me. depends on your resolution i guess01:46
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Bulazeem1680x105001:46
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addajklwhat is the difference with the alternate install?01:47
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ivanhow do i save a nano file in my termnal??01:47
bruenigaddajkl, alternate install is the more conventional ncurses interface01:48
geniiaddajkl: You can install in text only mode and avoid graphic card gotchyas. Also you can monitor error output/progress on console 401:48
bruenigivan, ctrl + w, it says on the bottom01:48
CoasterMasterivan: CTRL-O01:48
Bulazeemscipio: ah ok for me its 50.  ty vm, you got it all settled for me now :)01:48
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scipioBulazeem, glad it works01:48
addajklgenii: will someone who hasn't used linux before be able to install it using that?01:48
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bruenigaddajkl, yes01:48
geniiaddajkl: Yes01:48
addajklok thanks i appreciate it maybe that will work01:48
addajklthis live cd is saying no hah01:49
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ivan!kubuntu01:49
ubotuKubuntu is Ubuntu with KDE, the K Desktop Environment, instead of Gnome. See http://kubuntu.org for more information - For support: #kubuntu - See also !KDE01:49
aoirthoiraddajkl, the text interface walks you through most things. There might be a couple questions someone new might not fully understand, but if you can install windows then you can install Ubuntu with the alternate cd.01:49
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addajklaoirthoir: im on a powerbook g401:50
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omateoshi01:50
Ice_hi I have a problem connecting to networks wirelessly - I seem to have my wireless adapter working - any help would be appreciated01:50
ReifsterAnyone else have an idea as to why I can't hear any sounds ?01:51
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omateos???01:51
AethelredReifster: you're deaf?01:51
ReifsterAethelred: Not really01:51
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ReifsterI can hear the TV in the background :)01:51
emeristescipio did you have any luck getting into a yahoo chat room?01:51
AethelredThen no. Other than a cheap joke, I've got nothing for you.01:51
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ReifsterBummer :/01:52
Ice_Reifster Im new to linux too but01:52
Ice_a lot of people come here asking that01:52
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Ice_if you wait 10 minutes I bet someone else comes in and asks01:52
scipioemeriste, no. i don't know any valid name01:52
scipio!sound | Reifster01:52
ubotuReifster: If you're having problems with sound, first ensure ALSA is selected, by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (ALSA Mixer). If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP301:52
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Reifsterscipio: appreciate it, but I've already read all that.. I'm trying wavs and the card is detected etc.. right driver loadded, nothing muted :/01:53
pike_Reifster: often the sound is just muted01:53
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enixwhen i goto menu>system>admin>login window i get an error saying that GDM is not running. but i am using gnome display manager. WTF?01:53
enixGDM -restart does nothing01:54
geniiReifster: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=503233&highlight=r61&page=201:54
Reifsterpike_: It's not muted in alsamixer or on the hardware01:54
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KlrSpzwhat torrent client is the most like utorrent? i tried ktorrent, but in my resolution the rss feed deal caused some major ui problems01:54
scipioReifster, what kind of files are you trying to play? maybe missing codecs?01:54
CaptainFrisbeeKlrSpz, how about Deluge?01:54
pike_KlrSpz: utorrent is an awful lot like utorrent01:54
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KlrSpzpike_: right.... excpet it's windows based01:55
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KlrSpzCaptainFrisbee: googling now01:55
Reifsterscipio: I'm trying wavs with aplay01:55
WelshyWhen I go to launch ubuntu, it goes to the orange screen after I login and it stays there and doesn't launch with a I cursor for typing.01:55
pike_works with the wine in repo with no config01:55
scipioReifster, ahh01:55
Azzkikrneverblue: i saw a message in my away log, when did you type that?01:55
KlrSpzCaptainFrisbee: awesome, exactly what i'm looking for01:56
geniiReifster: the url i gave you has a few different r61 hacks for you, including alsa01:56
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KlrSpzpike_: sorta, i was having some paint issues with wine01:56
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jshafferhow can i see what my ip address is on the local network?01:56
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laurahola01:56
Azzkikrifconfig, jshaffer01:56
WelshyAnybody know?01:56
Reifstergenii: Cheers, haven't actually seen that01:56
jshafferthanks Azzkikr01:56
pike_KlrSpz: only 2 torrent clients i ever stuck with in linux are rtorrent and utorrent01:56
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GoodHabitHello. Help me please. I am updated from ubuntu to ubuntustudio like written on this page - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuStudio/UpgradingFromFeisty. But splash on boot is steel ubuntu, But splash on shutdown is ubuntustudio. How to fix it?01:57
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jrib!away > N3bunel (see the private message from ubotu)01:58
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jrib!usplash > GoodHabit (see the private message from ubotu)01:58
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jribGoodHabit: but you should ask in #ubuntustudio probably01:58
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=== Pelo think tonight is the night, he's finaly gonna give the right pcs of advice
NDPMacBookIs that project even still around?01:59
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NDPMacBookLast time I checked, last week, the website was down01:59
geniiPelo: :)01:59
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CaptainFrisbeeGoodHabit, you can use a utility called Startup-Manager to change the boorsplash01:59
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tim167how do i instal ndiswrapper?02:00
geniiPelo: Whats the question?02:00
jrib!ndiswrapper > tim167 (see the private message from ubotu)02:00
Varreonive seen so many ubuntu based distros lately. How would one go about making one?02:00
azrael_Still looking for Help with JACk Audio02:00
Pelotim167,  synaptic , or apt-get02:00
jetscreamer!ndiswrapper02:00
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:00
tim167without internet connection ?02:00
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jetscreamerubuntu based? lol02:00
Varreonno really02:00
Pelogenii,  I don'T have questions, only answers02:00
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Varreonfluxbuntu, elbuntu, etc02:00
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jribtim167: it's on the repository on the cd I believe02:00
geniiPelo: Ah, OK, I mis-read :)02:01
Reifsteraaaw, I need to register to the forums to download patch_analog.c :/02:01
NDPMacBookHrm it sback u02:01
NDPMacBookHrm its back up02:01
NDPMacBookhttp://ubuntustudio.org/02:01
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NDPMacBookI don't drink02:01
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GoodHabitSorry, but i steel have problem with splash.02:02
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drgebwhat is a good deb source for the kdar application for feisty amd64 release ?02:02
PeloGoodHabit,   steel = metal, you meant still02:02
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GoodHabitOh, sorry, yes, still02:03
WelshyWhen I go to launch ubuntu, it goes to the orange screen after I login and it stays there and doesn't launch with a I cursor for typing.02:03
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WelshyWhats wrong?02:03
jribGoodHabit: did you read what ubotu sent you?02:03
mlusercan some one please tell me how to regenerate the graphical boot screen to 1400x1050 instead of the 1600x1200 it did during the initial install?02:03
detectiveinspektHi, I can not change the default program that plays videos to mplayer02:03
GoodHabitYes. A also did it.02:03
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GoodHabit sudo update-alternatives --config usplash-artwork.so && sudo update-initramfs -u02:03
GoodHabitI did this and choosed ubuntustudio.02:03
mystic_pinguinwhy we lose so many hours doing something when windows can do it more easy and fast ?02:03
jribdetectiveinspekt: why not?02:03
GoodHabitBut on boot - ubuntu logo, on shutdown - ubuntustudio02:03
mluserthanks02:03
CaptainFrisbeeGoodHabit, use startupmanager02:03
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Pelodrgeb, try here http://www.getdeb.net/02:04
deMzhi02:04
jrib!offtopic | mystic_pinguin02:04
ubotumystic_pinguin: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!02:04
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deMzIt's supported the TV card Hauppauge HVR-1600 on Linux ?02:04
Welshy:/ Can anybody help me with my Ubuntu problem? :] 02:04
salahany idea how to get the back and forward buttons on the mouse to work with ubuntu?02:04
jrib!mouse > salah (see the private message from ubotu)02:04
PeloWelshy, we'Re not sure we understand your problem02:04
deMzIt's supported the TV card Hauppauge HVR-1600 on Linux ?02:04
PeloWelshy,  you can'T boot into the gui ?  what videocard do you have ?02:05
jribGoodHabit: does it work if you switch it to ubuntu?02:05
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WelshyWell, I've used Ubuntu before Pelo, but I have an Intel Intergrated.02:05
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GoodHabitjrib, work what, sorry?02:05
mluserGoodHabit: do you know what resolution it will use when rebuilding the usplash?02:05
detectiveinspektjrib, it opens it in totem and totem doesn't work. When I go to properties and select the video tab it doesn't let me select mplayer, so the radio box is stuck on totem02:05
salahjrib, mine have 9 buttons, that's the problem02:05
PeloWelshy, can you boot the recovery mode ?02:05
WelshyPelo; when I launch Ubuntu, and type in my login/pass it gets accepted but they it loads into a brown screen and nothing loads. :?02:05
GoodHabitCaptainFrisbee, startupmanager, sorry?02:05
detectiveinspektproperties just a avi video02:05
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AdministratorHi02:05
AdministratorI need help02:06
GoodHabitmluser, no, i do not know02:06
mluserGoodHabit: thanks02:06
PeloWelshy,  did you mess with the /init.d/rc stuff ?02:06
Networksettings4I'm having trouble with my wireless adapter - Ive just completed the ndiswrapper and my device is on and responsive but I can't connect to the networks it has found.02:06
jribsalah: did you read the wiki page?02:06
PeloAdministrator, we need questions02:06
jrib!defaultapp > detectiveinspekt (see the private message from ubotu)02:06
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WelshyPelo, I don't think so, no.02:06
CaptainFrisbeeGoodHabit, yes it's a nice GUI tool to configure bootsplash and other things, you can get it at getdeb.net02:07
Administratorok well i was trying to install the ubuntu beryl desktop effects thing02:07
jribGoodHabit: update-alternatives again but this time choose ubuntu instead of ubuntustudio02:07
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Administratorand i was under the ubuntu-effects channel02:07
PeloWelshy,  can you boot the recovery mode ?02:07
VarreonNetworksettings4, whats your wireless card?02:07
jrib!enter | Administrator02:07
ubotuAdministrator: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!02:07
Administratorbut it seems like no one is thier02:07
detectiveinspektjrib yes i try to do that but it doesn't let me select mplayer02:07
Pelo!enter | Administrator02:07
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VarreonNetworksettings4, whats your wireless card?02:07
GoodHabitjrib, so now choose ubuntu, reboot, then choose ubuntustudio?02:07
detectiveinspektI double click and click just doesn't work02:07
Varreonive tried everything on mine, and it works02:07
jribGoodHabit: yes, I think it is worth a try02:07
Networksettings4Varreon: sorry02:08
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jribdetectiveinspekt: is mplayer listed?02:08
GoodHabitI will try now02:08
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PeloAdministrator,  not every channel is as busy as this one,  you need to be patient , and you still haven'T stated a problem02:08
Networksettings4Varreon: It's a Dlink DWL G132  and its atheros based usb02:08
WelshyPelo; How do I go about booting in Recovery mode?02:08
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PeloWelshy,   usualy the second option in grub ,02:08
VarreonAnd you did or didn't try installing ndiswrapper?02:08
Networksettings4Varreon: others have gotten it to work with dapper02:08
geniiWelshy: On the brown screen if you try to scoll the mouse off the screen to top , does it find the bar above that? It may be you have a resolution set the monitor cannot do, so it makes the resolution you asked but you only see a portion that just appears all brown, like the gnome background.02:08
Networksettings4Ill PM you02:08
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Administratorhow do i access the modules in sections?02:09
detectiveinspektyes it is listed jrib, mplayer and movieplayer (the one selected)02:09
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AdministratorUnder the Section Module make sure that youve got the following:02:09
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Administratorthats what it says to do02:09
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Administratorhow do i access module under section?02:09
PeloAdministrator,  there are 3 channels that can help you with beryl stuff,  #beryl , #compiz-fusion and #ubuntu-effects02:09
jribdetectiveinspekt: does it work if you use a custom command and make it 'mplayer'?02:09
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Pelo!enter | Administrator02:09
ubotuAdministrator: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!02:09
Networksettings4Varreon: can you take Pms from non registered users?02:10
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qming!addon02:10
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about addon - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi02:10
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Administrator!enter | Pelo02:10
ubotuPelo: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!02:10
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Administratorstop doing that!!!02:10
Administratori get the pictur02:10
sebalol02:10
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jribAdministrator: please don't abuse the bot02:10
Networksettings4do it again :D02:10
Administratorhaha lolz02:11
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Administratorno02:11
PeloAdministrator,  stop using the enter key for punctuation you disrupt the channel and you are impossible to follow02:11
Administrator!!!!!02:11
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RorshachHello, all.02:11
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Networksettings4Varreon: are you here?02:11
Varreoni tried pm'ing you02:11
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Varreonyeah im here02:11
Administratoruhuh...02:11
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Networksettings4did you get my PM?02:11
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Varreonno02:12
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wasabi_video playback in compiz is pixelated when i fullscreen. is there a way to make it smooth?02:12
detectiveinspektnope02:12
Varreonim new to irc...02:12
Networksettings4ok it must not be able to go through02:12
Varreonim using xchat02:12
PeloNetworksettings4, Varreon just create a new channel02:12
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Networksettings4I am as well02:12
detectiveinspektdon't worry its not that big of a deal02:12
Networksettings4varreon type /join #ice02:12
Tom-MillerI got a bug to report about compiz-fusion, where should I report it, #ubuntu+1 or #ubuntu-effects?02:12
Varreoneasy enough02:12
jribdetectiveinspekt: what happens exactly, does it revert back to totem after you press "ok" or "apply" and check again?02:12
PeloTom-Miller, #compiz-fusion02:12
geniiTom-Miller: Depends if Gutsy02:12
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Tom-Millerits using compiz-fusion gutsy uses02:13
detectiveinspektwhen i use the custom command it says "can't find app in data base"02:13
Rorshachgot a sound question. I have a sound blaster card, and while I get sound, I have to turn my speakers all the way up, is there a way to amplify it?02:14
geniiTom-Miller: Maybe both channels then. It could be one or the other.02:14
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geniiTom-Miller: (where they want to hear about it or perhaps have the fix)02:14
jribdetectiveinspekt: join me in #ubuntu-classroom02:14
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wasabi_video playback in compiz is pixelated when i fullscreen. is there a way to make it smooth?02:15
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CaptainFrisbeeRorshach, run alsa-mixer to adjust the volume settings02:15
musyadoes anybody know any good tutorials for setting up a repository server?02:15
Pelowasabi_, ask in #ubuntu-effects or #compiz-fusion02:16
GoodHabitI still have ubuntu splash on boot (02:16
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GoodHabitHelp please.02:16
musya like cvs, or svn not sure what the difference is02:16
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musyai just need a server where i can update my code to and from, from different machines02:16
CaptainFrisbeeGoodHabit, did you try startupmanager?02:16
Pelo!theme | GoodHabit this may help02:16
ubotuGoodHabit this may help: Find your themes at: http://www.gnome-look.org - http://art.gnome.org - http://www.kde-look.org - http://themes.freshmeat.net/browse/58/ - http://www.guistyles.com - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/ - Also see !changethemes and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuEyeCandy02:16
wasabi_okay02:16
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`davohowdy.02:16
RorshachCaptainFrisbee okay, anything else I should check while I'm at it?02:16
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PeloGoodHabit,  one of the last links on in those that ubotu  just gave is a full  theming guide including spalsh02:17
GoodHabitTy!02:17
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`davoI'm needing some serious help getting theme engines installed, any help?02:17
DrMitchhey kiddies02:17
CaptainFrisbeeRorshach, I hope that should be it02:17
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DrMitchis hardy heron the next release after tribe? or are they the same release?02:17
CaptainFrisbeeRorshach, the correct command is alsamixer02:18
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Frogzoo`davo: apt-cache search engine |grep theme02:18
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PeloDrMitch,  gutsy if 7.10,  hardy will be 8.0402:18
DrMitchgusty == tribe?02:18
eugmanCan anyone help me with installing the cisco vpn client? I've tried the patch and it doesn't seem to be enough.02:18
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bruenigDrMitch, tribe means alpha version02:18
PeloDrMitch,  tribe are ( as far as I know)  steps of alpha toward beta02:19
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DrMitchaaaaaaaah. ok02:19
FrogzooDrMitch: tribes are gutsy releases02:19
DrMitchwtf, gutsy isn't even out yet, why are they working on the next?!02:19
bruenigDrMitch, they aren't02:19
CoasterMasterthey aren't, they just have a name and a date02:19
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PeloDrMitch, these things need to be planned out02:19
bruenigDrMitch, but work is a bit of a stretch, write a few python front ends and repackage any new stuff and you have the new release02:19
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bruenigpretty simple02:20
CaptainFrisbeeRorshach, you can also add a Volume Control setting to the preferences menu, just right-click on System, and the panel edit menu02:20
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bruenigI imagine they could crank out a new release in a few weeks02:21
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ikbearso what?02:21
RorshachCaptainFrisbee: okay, I turned up all the sliders, but to no effect. I know the sound card works, but I'm just curious if it's only a windows card.02:21
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Netham45hahahaha02:21
`davoI dont think I'm doing this right..02:21
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Netham45I love OpenSSH's logo02:22
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ikbearhi, everyone02:22
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Netham45crap, this is the wrong channel02:22
suupaabakaHas anybody had any luck using h264 codecs?02:22
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KrAmMeRdo i have to open certain ports for apollon to connect to the networks?02:22
CaptainFrisbeeRorshach, it's a standard soundblaster live?02:22
cafuegosuupaabaka: Yes, my h264 stuff works fine.02:22
sikor_sxehello, quite recently i noticed that evolution stumbles over some spam-mails02:23
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sikor_sxeit hangs for a few seconds02:23
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RorshachCaptainFrisbee, no, SB Audigy Gamer.02:23
LukeEkbladHello02:23
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sikor_sxenow i got got this spam mail in my inbox and evolution hangs at startup02:23
LukeEkbladI just pluged in my printer.  how do i get it to work? my computer dosent seem to see it'02:24
cafuegosikor_sxe: Yes, it's annoying.02:24
cafuegosikor_sxe: I switched to Thunderbird.02:24
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CoasterMaster!printing | LukeEkblad02:24
ubotuLukeEkblad: Printing in Ubuntu is done with cups. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Printers - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsPrinters - http://linuxprinting.org - Printer sharing: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NetworkPrintingFromWindows02:24
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harris2005hello02:24
MarfiLukeEkblad, system > admin > printing, and pick add new printer02:24
Marfiharris2005!!!!02:24
Marfi< ronzo02:24
harris2005is there a way to control my ipod through ubuntu02:24
harris2005its showing up02:25
sikor_sxecafuego: is there no workaround?02:25
Marfiharris2005, amarok02:25
RorshachCaptainFrisbee, I'm currently checking the alsa site to find out more about the issue.02:25
CoasterMaster!ipod | harris02:25
ubotuharris: For information on how to sync and add tracks to your iPod, see the guide at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IPodHowto See !rockbox for information on liberating your iPod02:25
LichnetMy friend now got DHCP connection again. He did pppoeconf, now to connect he is disabling and enabling the internet using the icon on the gnome panel. So maybe the pppoeconf is affecting it? How to DISABLE the pppoe connection, now its DHCP?02:25
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sikor_sxei can't read my mails rights now because of this02:25
harris2005thanks02:25
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cafuegosikor_sxe: None thats I've found, short of removing the mail from the mailbox via some other client. That works for imap, but not so much for local mail storage.02:25
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CoasterMasterharris2005: also, the built in rhythmbox has iPod support02:25
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sikor_sxedamn, i got pop302:25
cafuegosikor_sxe: You may be able to edit the mailbox file, but if you try that, *back it up* first02:26
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DrMitchfor some reason, while booting the livecd of xubuntu, my computer completely stalls, mouse freezes, not even the numlock key works. i'm on debian right now. should i work on getting ubuntu or just keep my sexy debian lenny install?02:26
sikor_sxeand i cannot access my fetched mail because of this crap spam02:26
sikor_sxecafuego: ok i will02:26
LukeEkbladWOW! thats amazing!  i dident even have to install printer drivers!!! thanks!02:26
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MarfiLukeEkblad, ubuntu = wonderful. =)02:27
CaptainFrisbeeRorshach, when you ran alsamixer did you adjust the Wave slider? There are more sliders visible if you resize the window.02:27
LukeEkbladthats awesome, on vista i couldent get it to work at all, i spent hours trying to find drivers, awesome02:27
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UBUNOOBI1anyone can help with no-sound ?02:27
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Networksettings4I am having trouble using my wireless adapter to connect to wireless networks and have some pretty detailed information at my pastebin here: http://pastebin.com/m5363526f  please help :D02:27
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GoodHabitI think i found problem. At grub config ubuntustudio changes splash to lowlatency. I will try now.02:28
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MarfiNetworksettings4, ...push the power button02:28
Marfilol02:28
UBUNOOBI1no sound: realtek alc86102:28
flow2flyanybody knows how to change samba server string?02:29
Marfiwait, disregard Networksettings4 , lol02:29
Networksettings4lol02:29
Networksettings4yeah there is no power button02:29
sikor_sxecafuego: evolution started now, those mails have 122 attachements!02:29
Networksettings4and the router is on and has other computers connected :)02:29
Marfiwhat type of wireless card do you have, Networksettings402:29
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RorshachCaptainFrisbee, I'm not seeing a wave slider either in GUI or terminal.02:30
ticnailer69Once I have connected via sftp and I am at the command line, how can I access files?02:30
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CaptainFrisbeeRorshach, if you resize the window of alsamixer in terminal, there is no wave slider visible?02:30
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Networksettings4Marfi: I have a dlink card02:31
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n2diy__ticnailer69: what do you mean by access files, You can't open them with an ftp client.02:31
fleabithello?02:31
Networksettings4Atheros based, supports up to g02:31
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fleabitI need help getting a mic on ubuntu02:31
Networksettings4Marfi: do you think you could /join #ice and help me there?02:31
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Marfisure02:31
RorshachCaptainFrisbee, That is correct, what is shown however is a Master, Bass, treble, PCM, etc.02:31
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rincewind1013if i'm using pure-ftpd, how do i start 2 instances of pure-ftpd if its using the /etc/pure-ftpd/conf directory02:32
CaptainFrisbeeRorshach, That's not so good :(02:32
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LichnetMy friend now got DHCP connection again. He did pppoeconf, now to connect he is disabling and enabling the internet using the icon on the gnome panel. So maybe the pppoeconf is affecting it? How to DISABLE the pppoe connection, now its DHCP?02:32
orudiei am looking for a good music creating and editing tool, is there one available in Synaptic02:32
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shkdoes anyone know how to get the wifi bars to show up in my system tray?02:33
RorshachCaptainFrisbee: lol I had figured as much.02:33
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cafuegosikor_sxe: eek02:33
wastrelshk:  try the network monitor applet02:33
wastreldifferent from the network manager applet02:33
Lichnetwhat package to get libdvdcss2?02:33
fleabitanyone know about my mic? I have ubuntu and a realtek onboard card02:33
wastrel!codecs | Lichnet02:33
ubotuLichnet: 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/FreeFormats02:33
IndyGunFreak!dvd | Lichnet02:34
ubotuLichnet: 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 DVDs02:34
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shkthanks wastrel02:34
orudiei am looking for a good music creating and editing tool, is there one available in Synaptic02:34
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matthew_anyone here use Zim?02:35
fleabitcan anyone help??02:35
wastrelorudie:  apt-cache search music | grep edit02:35
Networksettings4my marfi!02:35
wastrelinvader zim?02:35
CaptainFrisbeeorudie, what type of tool are you looking for: sound editor, midi composer, DAW ?02:36
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kleptohey guys I have a question I have all the gstreamer plugins but listen music player plays no sound on mp3's02:36
IndyGunFreakklepto: then you're missing something02:36
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Networksettings4I am having trouble using my wireless adapter to connect to wireless networks and have some pretty detailed information at my pastebin here: http://pastebin.com/m5363526f  please help :D02:36
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fleabitsigh02:36
matthew_no, zim the personal wiki.02:37
orudieCaptainFrisbee, multi-track recording, vocal editing, synth sounds... please02:37
matthew_it's a neat ap but i can't find anything to use it for02:37
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usserorudie: audacity?02:37
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CaptainFrisbeeorudie, for multi-track recording I think you can use Ardour. But the latest isn't in the repos yet. You can try getdeb.net02:38
RorshachI wonder if updating to the latest version of alsa-mixer would do the trick.02:38
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fleabitam wanting to set my mic on realtek HD and ubuntu any help???02:38
kleptoi have gstreamer0.10-plugins-bad-multiverse gstreamer0.10-plugins-ugly-multiverse installed02:38
CaptainFrisbeeRorshach, I found this at launchpad: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux-source-2.6.20/+bug/10754002:39
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kleptousing feisty02:39
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LichnetMy friend now got DHCP connection again. He did pppoeconf, now to connect he is disabling and enabling the internet using the icon on the gnome panel. So maybe the pppoeconf is affecting it? How to DISABLE the pppoe connection, now its DHCP?02:39
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tinfuryHello?02:39
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tinfuryHey anyone using beryl?02:39
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marko-_-i'm using compizfusion02:40
IndyGunFreak!mp3 | klepto02:40
marko-_-:>02:40
ubotuklepto: 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/FreeFormats02:40
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xpticalHi all02:40
IndyGunFreaktinfury: i'm using beryl02:40
tinfurymarko-_-, I guess it's the same thing. I don't understand something02:40
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marko-_-what02:40
tinfuryhow do I get themes to work02:40
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toyimphello02:40
marko-_-oh god02:40
tinfuryLike for example02:40
marko-_-i got the same problem02:40
marko-_-here02:40
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marko-_-but i don't care much about it02:40
xpticalI currently use WinXP at home.  My wife and I use Fast User Switching to keep separate desktops02:40
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CharlieSuDoes anyone know of a linux program that is basically like WinSCP that uses an ncurses interface?02:41
xpticalis there a Linux-based program that does the same02:41
kbrooksquestion, um...02:41
tinfuryIn emerald theme manager there is no OK button02:41
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xpticalallow two users to share one computer without logging the other user off?02:41
tinfuryI care.. :) I  installed beryl for looks alone02:41
tinfurylol02:41
IndyGunFreaktinfury: as soon as you choose a theme, it should change, then you hit quit.02:41
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luciano25oi02:41
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orudieCaptainFrisbee, thank you , i'm going to check it out02:41
jribxptical: system -> quit -> switch user02:42
toyimpWhat program gives the feature of the 3D Cube that I see on YouTube all the time?02:42
RorshachCaptainFrisbee, wow, who'd a thunk? that certainly helped. aparently the sound had been rerouted to my digital output.02:42
drgebI keep getting this error "genisoimage: Value too large for defined data type" when using gnomebaker but the size is < 4.7 any ideas ??02:42
GoodHabitIt is again me ) Yes, it was low-latency kernel. But now I cannot load nvidia kernel modules. What can i do with it?02:42
xpticalwill that kill the programs that one user is running?02:42
Marfitoyimp, compiz!02:42
jribxptical: no02:42
GoodHabitSo X do not want to start.02:42
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xpticalit's that simple?02:42
CaptainFrisbeeorudie, also take a look at Rosegarden02:42
tinfuryIndyGunFreak, Oh. I figured but it doesn't.... I don't even have the minimize restore close buttons once beryl is managing my X02:42
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jribxptical: yep :)02:42
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xpticaland it works?02:42
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jribxptical: yep...02:42
toyimpmarfi, I just install that and shouldn't have any problems?02:42
CaptainFrisbeeRorshach, glad that it's fixed :)02:42
IndyGunFreaktinfury: oh you have a different beryl bug... what type of video card?02:42
Marfitoyimp, do you have 7.04 installed?02:42
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toyimpmarfi, Yep I do02:43
xpticalfricking linux people.  This thing is just too easy now...02:43
orudieCaptainFrisbee, which think do you think is better for what i have described to you02:43
Rorshachhehe, yeah, tyvm for the help.02:43
tinfuryIndyGunFreak, Nvidia02:43
xpticalwhat ever happoened to linking libs02:43
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IndyGunFreakok.02:43
tinfuryIndyGunFreak, 740002:43
xpticaland recompiling kernels02:43
LukeEkbladwhen i upgrade to the latest version of ubuntu (gusty) do I loos all my files?02:43
Marfitoyimp, go to system > prefferences > desktop effects, and enable it, and watch your windows wabble02:43
IndyGunFreaktinfury: do you have the little "Diamond" icon in your taskbar?02:43
xpticalthanks02:43
Marfi=)02:43
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tinfuryYea02:43
tinfuryIndyGunFreak, Yea02:43
wastrelxptical:  i'm happy enough not to have to rebuild my kernel for new hardware anymore02:43
Atlantizhey Jack Sparrow the install worked great02:43
tinfuryIt's like a Ruby02:43
jribLukeEkblad: your computer may explode, it's in development.  In short, have backups.  Losing all your files isn't intended though02:43
xpticaloh, is that just in mainline, or does Kubuntu also have that?02:43
forestdoes anyone know where is the file containing  http://boredklink.googlepages.com/wl_apsta.o so i can replace it02:44
toyimpMarfi, yeah, I have that but that's not what I'm lookin for. :) I want the full cube.02:44
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jribxptical: not sure about kde, ask in #kubuntu if no one here knows02:44
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xpticalthanks02:44
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LukeEkbladjrib:  ok02:44
IndyGunFreaktinfury: when i have had that problem, this is the command i ran.. after running it, restart X, then restart beryl...  <FusioBot> To fix your beryl/compiz window decorations (titlebars) with an nVidia graphics card, run  sudo nvidia-xconfig --add-argb-glx-visuals -d 2402:44
kbrooksis there a way to switch into a mode that locks down settings so that you cannot change them at all?02:44
CaptainFrisbeeorudie, I don't think there is one program which can do all those things. You can use for example Audacity for editing, Ardour for multitrack recording, Rosegarden for composing, Hydrogen for as a drum computer etcetera02:44
jribLukeEkblad: if you wait until it's released then you should be ok, but backups are good to have anway02:44
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Atlantizhey guys i just got done installing ubuntu, shouldn't i create an account separate from root?02:45
tinfuryYea.. I'm running at 32 right now.02:45
LukeEkbladcan anyone tell me the main changes in gusty?02:45
bruenig!root | Atlantiz02:45
ubotuAtlantiz: Do not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth.. there is no root password. Then you will see that it is sudo that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo02:45
jribLukeEkblad: gutsy help in #ubuntu+102:45
LukeEkbladjrib:  when dose it releas?02:45
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FlannelAtlantiz: Ubuntu doesn't use the root account, and no, you don't need to make another user account02:45
jribLukeEkblad: 7.10 == 2007 october02:45
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Atlantizawsome02:45
Atlantizi love this already02:46
bruenigawesome?02:46
CaptainFrisbeeorudie, you can also try the Dynebolic distro, which comes with a lot of music apps preinstalled.02:46
Marfitoyimp, let me try to find the name of the package that will let you configure it02:46
LukeEkbladdose anyone have that thing where you can wistle to open different things?02:46
CaptainFrisbeeorudie, or UbuntuStudio ofcourse :)02:46
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kbrooksis there a way to switch into a mode that locks down settings so that you cannot change them at all (i mean gconf settings, it would pop up a msg saying "access denied by system administrator."?02:46
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tinfuryIndy Run the command 1st then logout and back in right?02:46
kbrooks)? *02:46
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toyimpmarfi, thank you so much.02:46
IndyGunFreaktinfury: well, you need to restart X... control alt backspace, after running the command.02:47
bruenigkbrooks, gconf settings are user specific, you don't want the user to be able to edit his own gconf stuff?02:47
wastrelkbrooks:  maybe chmod the gnome config files read only?02:47
Marfitoyimp, gnome-compiz-manager02:47
tinfuryIndyGunFreak, Yea... that's another question. cntrl alt back never works for me02:47
orudieCaptainFrisbee, is ubuntustudio preinstalled in feisty02:47
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IndyGunFreaktinfury: well that i can't explain.02:47
tinfurylol ok lemme log back in02:47
tinfury1 sec02:47
toyimpMarfi, thank you so much :)02:47
Marfitoyimp, once you install it, opens in system > prefferences, and will be GL desktop, or something like that02:47
Marfi<302:48
toyimpkk02:48
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jribkbrooks: read the admin guides at library.gnome.org, that may cover some of what you want02:48
CaptainFrisbeeorudie,  look at the ubuntustudio packages in the repositories02:48
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kbrookswell, the problem is, i want to take my ubuntu lappy to school, but how do i hide certain things / disable them (NOT remove them) so that i will be dissuaded from changing the settings while I'm at school?02:48
Badpenguin86Just installed quake4.. can't find config file, any help?02:48
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MarfiBadpenguin86, locate <name of file> in terminal02:49
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xpticalShould I use the AMD 64 release?  I have a AMD64 proc. I ask because WinXP64 is shit. Just want to know if ubuntu-64 is also, well, you know, shit.02:49
MarfiBadpenguin86, are you trying to run it?02:49
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kbrooksi mean things like alt+f2, ctrl+alt+f1-f7, etc02:49
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IndyGunFreakxptical: no.. stick with 32bit..02:49
Marfixptical, from what i have herd, it runs pretty decently02:49
bruenigkbrooks, you can always -w them, but to get that to pop with a custom error or pop up with an error at all might be tough02:49
Administratoromg i need help fast!!!02:49
Marfidisregard that. =)02:50
IndyGunFreakxptical: if you're inexperienced, just stick with 32bit, you'll thank us all later.02:50
exsequorCan someone help me configure a wireless connection from command line?02:50
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Ademanxptical: i generally hear good things about it, but i know that some things (such as flash) aren't supported, as well as some codecs if i'm not mistaken02:50
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toyimpMarfi, any idea what version is the latest?02:50
Administratori just got this message from my terminal(it wasnt even open):hammy@hammy-laptop:~$02:50
Flannelkbrooks: If you removed your write permissions to .gconf, that might do it.  They'd still be in the editor though, but you'll get an error when saving.02:50
bruenig!anyone | exsequor02:50
AdministratorMessage from syslogd@hammy-laptop at Wed Aug 29 20:39:36 2007 ...02:50
ubotuexsequor: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?02:50
xpticalkk02:50
Administratorhammy-laptop kernel: [  444.124000]  Disabling IRQ #702:50
xpticalthanks all02:50
exsequorI don't know how to enter in the wep key or anything02:50
kbrooksum, also another question02:50
markelhashi ppl, when can i assume that the memtest is finished?02:50
tinfuryIndyGunFreak, Hmm didn't work02:50
Administratorwhat does that mean?!?!?!help!!!!02:50
IndyGunFreaktinfury: ok, hang on.02:50
Atlantizubuntu rocks!02:50
Marfitoyimp, mine says 0.10.302:51
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jribmarkelhas: it runs forever, let it do a few passes02:51
bruenigexsequor, its all done with iwconfig, iwconfig INTERFACE essid SSID key WEPHEXSTUFFHERE02:51
Administratori just got this message from my terminal(it wasnt even open):hammy@hammy-laptop:~$02:51
AdministratorMessage from syslogd@hammy-laptop at Wed Aug 29 20:39:36 2007 ...02:51
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Administratorhammy-laptop kernel: [  444.124000]  Disabling IRQ #702:51
tinfuryIndyGunFreak, that command should have reduced my color depth to 24bit right?02:51
Administratori just got this message from my terminal(it wasnt even open):hammy@hammy-laptop:~$02:51
AdministratorMessage from syslogd@hammy-laptop at Wed Aug 29 20:39:36 2007 ...02:51
cleverhow would i compare 2 ubuntu kernels to see what changes where made in them?02:51
Administratorhammy-laptop kernel: [  444.124000]  Disabling IRQ #702:51
jribAdministrator: do you want to get banned?02:51
Administratorwhat does that mean?!?!?!help!!!!02:51
AdemanAdministrator: don't worry about it02:51
FlannelAdministrator: please don't paste here.02:51
IndyGunFreaktinfury: not sure.. i just know i ran it, and it fixed my probs.02:51
toyimpmarfi, kk ty02:51
Administratorwhy?!02:51
n2diy! repeat | Administrator02:51
ubotuAdministrator: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. You can search https://help.ubuntu.com or http://wiki.ubuntu.com while you wait. Also see !patience02:51
Administratorwell what does it mean02:51
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jribAdministrator: because you were told before not to spam the channel with multiple lines02:51
markelhasjrib, ok then i've got 5 passes02:51
Administratorim sorry but02:51
IndyGunFreakadmincuz its annoying as hell.02:51
AdemanAdministrator: its disabling an irq, which is for input/output, if everything still works, it probably did it for good reason, and everythings fine02:52
UncleDI'm having trouble running startx. I keep getting these errors: http://pastie.caboo.se/9227102:52
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Administratorok thank you bye02:52
markelhasjrib, i've a problem with mem, my ubuntu don't work fine with 1g of mem02:52
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IndyGunFreakAdministrator: the sky is falling, i suggest an umbrella02:52
kbrookshow do i download data from dict online and then update it when I get home - I want to do all this so that I can quickly retrieve dictionary data while I am at school.02:52
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markelhasjrib, to os run ok i've to remove a sim of 51202:52
tinfuryANyone know how I can check my current color depth ?02:52
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AdministratorIndyGunFreak: i suggest you kill your self02:52
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bruenigkbrooks, rsync perhaps02:52
IndyGunFreakAdministrator: lol, naa my ubuntu install works perfectly.02:53
AdemanUncleD: O_o, that doesn't look good, have you just flat out restarted?02:53
bruenig!gtfo | Administrator02:53
ubotuAdministrator: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.02:53
UncleDAdeman: Think that a reboot would help?02:53
AdemanUncleD: worth a try at the very least02:53
IndyGunFreaktinfury: <FusioBot> To completely reset all beryl settings:  rm ~/.beryl-managerrc; mv ~/.beryl ~/.beryl.save; mv ~/.emerald ~/.emerald.save 02:53
jribmarkelhas: and memtest reports no errors?02:53
AdemanUncleD: but those errors concern me02:53
markelhasjrib, i've tested 2 different 512 sim and the os is very very very slow even slower then live cd02:53
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kbrooksbruenig, is there a dictionary program that can use text files located on the HD for dictionary data?02:54
ubotubruenig: Please watch your language and keep this channel family friendly.02:54
Administrator!gtfo | bruenig02:54
Administrator!gtfo | bruenig02:54
Administrator!gtfo | bruenig02:54
AdemanUncleD: #xorg might be able to help better than in here, it's probably worth a try asking in there as well02:54
bruenigkbrooks, I don't know any02:54
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kbrooks!abuse | Administrator02:54
ubotuAdministrator: The people in this channel are volunteers. Your attitude will determine how fast you are helped. See also http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines02:54
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markelhasjrib, no errors. i've put a sim of 256 and os is just fine.do u have any ideia what's up?02:54
tinfuryIndyGunFreak, ok lemme try that02:54
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GoodHabitI cannot use nvidia-glx-new. Can smb help me?02:55
UncleDAdeman: machine is rebooting :)02:55
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jribmarkelhas: can't think of anything... did you try a different OS with the 1gb?02:55
GoodHabit*after ubuntu - ubuntustudio02:55
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XcercaGoodHabit   use the program Envy02:55
Xcercathats what i used02:55
steph_16thUncleD: try starx -- :102:55
wolferineGoodHabit,dont use Envy02:55
cleverhow would i compare 2 ubuntu kernels to see what changes where made in them?02:55
wolferineGoodHabit, Feisty ?02:55
steph_16thUncleD: it will star on tty802:55
GoodHabitFeisty, yes.02:55
Xcercai used envy ,  it worked02:55
steph_16thUncleD: if busy, try :202:55
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bruenig!repeat | clever02:55
ubotuclever: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. You can search https://help.ubuntu.com or http://wiki.ubuntu.com while you wait. Also see !patience02:55
Xcercawhat else can you say...02:56
bruenig!worksforme | Xcerca02:56
Ademan!envy02:56
wolferineGoodHabit, using xchat ?02:56
ubotuXcerca: Common 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. Please see http://geekosophical.net/random/worksforme/02:56
ubotuenvy is a script that may leave you envious of those who have not used it, use the resticted manager to install binary drivers or use the instructions on the wiki, this script may break your machine very badly!02:56
GoodHabitEnvy is not on repo, (02:56
n2diyclever, ask in #ubuntu-kernel?02:56
markelhasjrib, previously i'd windows xp and work just fine.02:56
Flannelclever: The changelog is probably the easiest location02:56
GoodHabitwolferine, yes, using xchat.02:56
GoodHabitWhy?02:56
Ademandon't ever use envy02:56
wolferineGoodHabit, /exec -o lspci | grep VGA02:56
wastreli have an email account02:56
cleverFlannel: i'll check that once i find out which kernels to compare02:56
AtlantizI'm doing all the updates for ubuntu since i just installed it02:56
Atlantiz:D02:56
wolferineGoodHabit, type that in xchat02:56
jribmarkelhas: and  'top'  shows nothing out of the ordinary in ubuntu with the 1gb?02:56
wolferineor copy/paste02:56
GoodHabit01:00.0 VGA compatible controller: nVidia Corporation NV43 [GeForce 6600]  (rev a2)02:56
LichnetLPCM OR AC3, Which one is the best for dvd playing? My dvd-rom has these two options!02:56
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wolferineGoodHabit, post your xrog.conf on pastebin02:57
markelhasjrib, old time i've used knoppix and i didn't have no problems. But it was old kernel version.02:57
wastrelwolferine:  hopefully he doesn't have 6 video cards :] 02:57
GoodHabitI runned it under vesa driver02:57
wolferine!pastebin | GoodHabit02:57
GoodHabitOk, sec.02:57
ubotuGoodHabit: 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)02:57
toyimpum, I am getting a 'Sorry try again' when I try to log into Root..02:57
wolferinewastrel, :)02:57
Ademanwolferine: wow i never knew about /exec, cool02:57
jrib!root > toyimp (see the private message from ubotu)02:57
toyimpI know I am using the right password02:57
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Marfiwastrel, if i had 6 cards all connected...i'd take it02:57
exsequorHow do I find the essid of my wireless card?02:57
wolferineAdeman, /exec -o posts to the channel02:57
markelhasjrib, top show that if a try to open a terminal it jumps to 100%02:57
Xcercais there a package similar to wine ,  but it can run mac software ?02:57
wolferineAdeman, /help exec02:57
bruenigXcerca, no02:58
UncleDAdeman: A reboot fixed the problem :)02:58
markelhasjrib, and the boot takes like 12-15 min02:58
AdemanUncleD: wonderful02:58
wolferineGoodHabit, did you use the 'restricted drivers manager' to setup the driver ?02:58
steph_16thUncleD: did you try "startx -- :1"?02:58
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UncleDsteph_16th: I didnt even need to do startx at all.02:58
GoodHabitwolferine, no, i used aptitude02:58
tonyyarusso!root | toyimp02:58
ubotutoyimp: Do not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth.. there is no root password. Then you will see that it is sudo that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo02:58
steph_16th:P02:58
GoodHabithttp://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/35620/ - my xorg.conf02:58
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wolferineGoodHabit, go try the 'R D M' and see if you can get it to fly02:58
mannytuHit3k, bruenig02:58
UncleDsteph_16th: All I had to do was open up my putty port forwarding session and then realvnc from Windows XP to localhost:PORT-FORWARDED02:58
Ademanhey is that new nifty gtk xorg configurator in backports or anything?02:59
jribmarkelhas: I don't know what's going on, maybe someone else can help you.  #hardware might have suggestions too but it seems to be an ubuntu/linux issue since windows worked fine for you02:59
wolferineGoodHabit, if not, come back and ill look at your xorg.conf02:59
markelhasjrib, just for remark i'm using a ASUS M3N PM 1.602:59
steph_16th!root | steph_16th02:59
n00bletI am trying to install my ati display adapter on edgy... command sh ./file.run didn't work. any ideas on what i did wrong or what I need to do?02:59
mannytu*Hi02:59
wolferineGoodHabit, the RDM should do it for you in a flash02:59
LukeEkbladDose anyone know of any programs that are like windows media center?02:59
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jrib!ati > n00blet (see the private message from ubotu)02:59
GoodHabit<wolferine> GoodHabit, go try the 'R D M' and see if you can get it to fly - what is RDM?02:59
n00blet!ati02:59
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto02:59
wolferine<wolferine> GoodHabit, did you use the 'restricted drivers manager' to setup the driver ?02:59
markelhasjrib, i've asked a lot and google to solve this but same result03:00
GoodHabitOh, ^)03:00
wolferineRDM== Restricted Driver Manager03:00
wolferine:P03:00
GoodHabitSorry. I will try now03:00
wolferinenp :)03:00
bilodeaumsalut gang de pd!03:00
wolferinesalut bilodeaum03:00
wolferineGoodHabit, I have to run to the store, bbiab :)03:00
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exsequorBruenig, How do I find the essid of my wireless card?03:00
bruenigexsequor, essid is the access point03:01
GoodHabitCan i use sudo /etc/init.d/gdm restart instead of rebooting?03:01
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mneptokGoodHabit: ctl-alt-bkspc03:01
seba:)03:01
mneptokand there he goes03:01
LukeEkbladi have a problem, i have to enable the external speakers every time i want my laptop speakers to play and disable them whenever i want only m y headphones to play. why is this? can i fix it?03:01
ScuniziGoodHabit, both will work03:01
sebaefficently pressed03:01
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UncleDAdeman: Can I update to the latest version of ubuntu from breezy 5.10 through synaptic?03:02
steph_16thLukeEkblad: make a script03:02
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bruenigLukeEkblad, what do you mean enable disable? like plug and unplug them in or ...03:02
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AdemanUncleD: WOW, from breezy? i'm thinking that would probably be a rough ride03:02
mneptokUncleD: do Breezy>Dapper>Edgy>Feisty03:02
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UncleDmneptok: How do I go from breezy to dapper, to start03:02
markelhasjrib, other kestion what do u use to connect to irc?03:02
UncleDIs there a simple means to doing so.03:02
geniiOuch thats a long road03:02
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bruenigdiscrete releases get another victim03:02
LukeEkbladbruenig:  yea03:02
jribmarkelhas: I use irssi, xchat is nice if you want a gui though03:03
ScuniziUncleD, or create a seperate home partition, put all your data in there then do a fresh install.03:03
bruenigLukeEkblad, so what are you wanting exactly?03:03
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kleptorhythmbox doesn't play mp3's either and i have lame and the lame gstream installed too03:03
AdemanUncleD: i've never had a good experience upgrading, i always back up my home partition and just do a fresh install03:03
jrib!upgrade > UncleD (see the private message from ubotu)03:03
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mneptokUncleD: replace all instances of "breezy" with "dapper" in /etc/apt/sources.lst then "sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade"03:03
markelhasjrib, i'm using xchat, but missing the user list03:03
geniiUncleD: I'd take Scunizi 's advice03:03
Scunizi!restricted | klepto03:03
UncleDhmm03:03
ubotuklepto: 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/FreeFormats03:03
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kleptobeen there03:03
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kleptoa few minutes ago03:03
UncleDI do use this machine for some valuable stuff I wouldnt want to lose all that stuff.03:03
jribmarkelhas: right click on the right, there should be an option to show it03:03
UncleDI suppose I could do a data-backup first03:04
LukeEkbladbruenig:   i want it so everytime i plug in my headphones it disables the external speakers and everytime i plug them in, it enables the external speakers03:04
mneptokklepto: sudo apt-get install gstreamer0.10-fluendo-mp303:04
kleptowill do03:04
AdemanUncleD: well what other people are saying could work just fine, but i've never had a good experience03:04
Scunizi!mp3 |klepto03:04
ubotuklepto: 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/FreeFormats03:04
LukeEkbladi mean unplug them03:04
exsequorBruenig, it always says unrecognised wireless request03:04
MarfiUncleD, http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-87262.html03:04
kleptomneptok: already have the latest version installed03:04
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Ademanbut then again i've only been through 2 releases, i know edgy->fiesty was supposed to be easy03:05
azrael_Can someone help me walkthough how to install my Tascam US-122 card03:05
Ademanoh yeah, does anyone know if ubuntu desktop is going to have lvm in gutsy?03:05
azrael_Ive tried every walkthough online and can't get it to work03:05
wastreledgy->feisty was easy03:05
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wastreleasiest ever03:05
Scuniziklepto, its the gstreamer plugins that you need not lame.. lame does mp3 for other things.03:05
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exsequorBruenig, I typed   iwconfig eth1 eclipse 098765432103:05
mneptokklepto: then Rbox should play mp3s03:05
mneptokklepto: make sure things aren't muted03:05
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ReifsterHi, how can I run a script with root privileges without having to supply a password? I've written a script to run when I press a key combination.. but it's executed when the monitor is turned off.. so I can't/don't wnat to give a password03:05
kleptomp3's play fine in mplayer03:06
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ReifsterI've tried putting it in /etc/sudoers with NOPASSWD, but no go ?03:06
kleptobut listen music player/rhythmbox don't play them03:06
markelhasjrib, the proper channel for this is hardware?03:06
toyimpI can't get Compiz to compile03:06
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jribmarkelhas: no, here is good too, but both channels may be able to offer suggestions03:06
IndyGunFreakklepto: then its likely a rhythmbox issue, not a codec issue.03:06
n2diyReifster: change the permissions of the script file.03:06
UncleDScunizi: How do I create that home partition as you suggested.03:06
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Marfiexsequor, try iwconfing eth1 ssid <ssid> key <key>03:06
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Reifstern2diy: To what ?03:06
mneptokklepto: gstreamer0.10-fluendo-mp3 provides mp3 support to any gstreamer apps. if it's installed, both Totem and Rbox will work.03:06
Flanneltoyimp: You're in luck! you don't need to compile it.03:06
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Evanlecquick question: what do i need to configure to let bittorrent application through firewall (unmodified ubuntu 7.04)03:06
toyimpHow do I install it or get it to work then?03:07
mneptoktoyimp: compile? why are you compililng Compiz?03:07
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Evanleclol03:07
MarfiEvanlec, allowing the application for the ports03:07
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Marfitoyimp, did you enable desktop effects?03:07
toyimpYes03:07
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EvanlecMarfi can u point me in the right direction to do that?03:07
LukeEkbladdose anyone know how to make it so when i plug in my headphones it disables my external speakers and everytime I unplug them it enables them?03:07
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krammer_I am looking for a program but cannot remember the correct spelling something like pidgeon?03:07
mneptokLukeEkblad: Gutsy?03:07
exsequorMarfi, unrecognised wireless request03:07
Grungebunnykrammer_ pidgin ?03:08
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kleptototem players mp3's just fine too03:08
n2diyReifster: whatever you think is prudent.03:08
LukeEkbladmneptok:  huh?03:08
ScuniziUncleD, you can use gparted from within Ubuntu or a live bootable version (preferred), make the partition with that. copy your data (don't delete the original data). Change fstab to reflect the new location of /home. reboot03:08
UBUNOOBI1how do I get my realtek alc861 sound working?03:08
kleptomaybe it is a libxine/totem issue03:08
geniiEvanlec: open up ports 6881-6889 on router to forward to your internal machine running the bittorrent03:08
Flanneltoyimp: If you don't want to use compiz from the ubuntu repos, compiz fusion is available in a third party: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompizFusion03:08
mneptokklepto: then Rbox will03:08
IndyGunFreakEvanlec: do you have a hardware firewall?.. you probably need to configure it.03:08
zerobiaspidgin03:08
Reifstern2diy: That won't allow me to execute the file as another user without giving a password03:08
krammer_sweet thank you03:08
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mneptokLukeEkblad: what release are you using?03:08
yurimxpxmando any of you know what the status of using OOXML files in OpenOffice.org is?03:08
EvanlecIndyGunFreak I have configured my router to forward the ports...03:08
MarfiEvanlec, it will be in the settings for the firewall03:08
LukeEkbladfesty mneptok03:08
mneptokyurimxpxman: not implemented03:08
toyimpty flannel03:08
Marfiexsequor, you'll have to input the ssid and key03:08
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toyimpAnd, what's repos mean?03:08
mneptokLukeEkblad: Intel HDA sound?03:09
Evanleci was wondering if there was a default firewall type thing set up with ubuntu, it sounds like there isnt03:09
IndyGunFreakEvanlec: then youu should be fine, the software firewall is "Off" by default, so just set the program to check the ports you've opened in your firewall.03:09
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Marfitoyimp, repository03:09
n2diyReifster: then you'd have to let everyone us it, which isn't prudent.03:09
exsequorMarfi, I did03:09
toyimpah03:09
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LukeEkbladmneptok:  er, i duno, how do i check?03:09
yurimxpxmanmneptok: they have a ticket on the site about it.. I'm not sure if anyone's gotten the library to work in oo.o yet or not03:09
geniiReifster: Did you get your also situation sorted out?03:09
Pici!firewall | Evanlec03:09
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ubotuEvanlec: 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).03:09
Evanlecright but all 4 bt clients ive tried seem to be quite slow03:09
UBUNOOBI1how do I get my realtek alc861 sound working on 7.04?03:09
geniiReifster: ALSA rather :)03:09
exsequorMarfi, I typed  iwconfig eth1 ssid eclipse key 098765432103:09
toyimpI'm a nub with linux. I messed with RedHat like 7 years ago. And haven't touched it since03:09
Grungebunnytoyimp welcome back03:09
n00bletjrib: thanks for that bot help but that doesn't really say anything concerning the driver that I had downloaded from ati.com. It mentions doing it through terminal but doesn't say anything about the ati-driver-installer-8.40.4-x86.x86_64.run that I had downloaded.03:10
IndyGunFreakEvanlec: well, the software firewall is off by default, are you sure its not a seeding issue?03:10
Reifstergenii: Ah there you are, I wanted to thank you, but coulnd't remember the nick :) Yeah that did it, thanks a bunch!03:10
toyimphehe03:10
toyimpthank you >.<03:10
Evanlecpositive03:10
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steph_16thLukeEkblad: menu > system > preferences > hardware03:10
Evanlectorrent has over 1000 seeders03:10
Reifstergenii: Just sleep mode left, then I'm done and everything's working :)03:10
geniiReifster: Glad to help :)03:10
jribn00blet: because you aren't supposed to use the one from ati.com, use the one from the repos03:10
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IndyGunFreakEvanlec: what client are you using?03:10
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Evanlecits gotta be a connection issue, bittornado shows yellow icon, meaning no incoming connections03:10
musya!svn03:10
ubotusvn is Subversion: an open-source revision control system, which aims to be a compelling replacement for CVS. See http://subversion.tigris.org/03:10
boboy23hi all03:10
Evanlecright now bittornado, but i tried BT, KTorrent as well03:10
kleptoit's just strange.. it sees the mp3's but when playing no sound03:10
tonyyarussoaptitude installed Recommends packages by default, while apt-get does not.  What would I need to do to get this behaviour in apt-get?03:10
kleptobut sound works in mplayer just fine03:10
steph_16thLukeEkblad: or "hal-device-manager &" at terminal03:11
boboy23i need some help with my sound card :)03:11
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DrMitchis there a way i can log the installation process to a file on a usb jump drive? cause my comp freezes right when X starts during the installer process in xubuntu and ubuntu03:11
IndyGunFreakEvanlec: i donj't know, i have no probs with KTorrent, after I set it up with my ports.03:11
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Evanlecindygun go #op IndyGunFreak03:11
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Ice__err03:11
Ice__is anyone here experienced with wifi and linux?03:11
Wiseguyhey guys i just installed pidgin from source but im not sure how to get the icon to appear in the applications menu... can anyone help?03:12
LukeEkbladsteph_16th:  can i search for hardware? cuz i cant find it03:12
DrMitchIce__ just ask your question03:12
Ice__http://pastebin.com/m52dc130803:12
GoodHabitTY very much guys for so lot of help! All done!03:12
Ice__I can't get my USB dongle to connect to a wireless network03:12
krammer_anybody experience for installing pidgin?03:12
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boboy23my card is ok and xmms play but no sound get out...im using ubuntu feisty fawns and im on a laptop toshiba03:12
Ice__and Ive been through like 5 people here and they are all nice but they dont know what to do03:12
rustalotis it possible to upgrade to the Gutsy alphas from an existing install?03:12
IndyGunFreakkrammeryeah, its easy03:12
steph_16thyou typed "hal-device-manager &" in terminal?03:12
GoodHabitI will help this problem next time )03:12
krammer_please guide me03:12
musyaanybody know how i can backup my system and all of the install/setting?03:12
boboy23anybody can help me?03:12
tonyyarussorustalot: #ubuntu+1 for gutsy questions03:12
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musyaonto a dvd03:12
musyaor cd03:12
IndyGunFreakkrammer_: please guide you?03:12
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krammer_yes03:12
WiseguyIndyGunFreak, do you know how to get the icon in the menu?03:13
UncleDIm attempting to update my packages and I am getting E: Could not get lock /var/lib/dpkg/lock - open (11 Resource temorarily unavailable)03:13
Ice__DrMitch: so my question is, is anyone here very experienced with linux and wifi03:13
Scunizimusya, partimage03:13
IndyGunFreakWiseguy: i had that problem, I ended up restarting X after I compiled it, and when i signed back on, the icon was there.03:13
FlannelUncleD: close any other package managers you've got open03:13
toyimpAny word on X-Fi driver support? Or is it a lost project?03:13
WiseguyIndyGunFreak, ok cool, thanks03:13
DrMitchIce__, tons of people here probably are.03:13
geniiUncleD: Likely yopur update manager or package manager is open somewhere, or running in background03:13
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musyaScunizi: can it be done in terminal?03:13
musyai dont have x03:13
musyaits a server03:13
Ice__DrMitch: are you?03:13
GoodHabitCan i have program like krusader or windowscommader(totalcomander)?03:13
GoodHabitI cannot find good.03:14
Scunizimusya, not sure, never tried03:14
cleverhow would i go about findoug out which dep line is giving a certain package?03:14
exsequorHow do I configure a wireless connection from command line?03:14
FlannelGoodHabit: midnight commander (mc) is in the repos03:14
cleverexsequor: iwconfig03:14
GoodHabitmc is console03:14
Scunizimusya, its also a live bootable cd03:14
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GoodHabiti need gui03:14
n00bletIf it says this # DISABLED_MODULES="ath_hal fc fglrx ltm nv" in "linux restricted modules common, would I just take out the fglrx if needed and save?03:14
Flannelclever: dpkg -S /path/to/file03:14
geniiFlannel: Darn, beat me to it :)03:14
UBUNOOBI1anybody know how to get the alc861 sound going? I have it listed as a device but maybe the driver isnt on or running... i dunno where to check03:14
DrMitchthere are so many topics that can be covered in wifi. i know how the process works, i've set it up before. i have it running right now.03:14
musyaScunizi: ok, thanks03:14
Scunizimusya, another thing to look at is rsync03:14
exsequorclever, I typed  iwconfig eth1 ssid eclipse key 098765432103:14
musyais it the same?03:14
CaptainFrisbeeGoodHabit, take a look at gnome commander03:14
Scunizino03:14
GoodHabitTY03:14
LukeEkbladsteph_16th:  intell alsa03:14
IndyGunFreakkrammer_: what problem are you having with pidgin?03:14
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exsequorclever, It says unrecognised wireless request03:15
Ice__Hi all, my problem is that I have a USB Dongle set up and the wifi radar is working and can see unprotected and protected networks but can connect to no networks and I don't believe this is a simple fix.  My pastebin is at http://pastebin.com/m52dc1308 .03:15
krammer_I am use to using apt-get but i only downloaded it03:15
cleverexsequor: try one peice at a time(iwconfig eth1 essid eclipse)03:15
krammer_new to this scene03:15
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IndyGunFreakkrammer_: type this w/o quotes.. "/join #op"03:15
exsequorclever, will do03:15
krammer_"/join #op"03:15
wastrelhardy heron?03:15
cleverFlannel: that mearly shows me the package name its in(faster then my other methods, but not what i wanted)03:16
krammer_oh03:16
IndyGunFreakkrammer_: yes03:16
CaptainFrisbeeUBUNOOBI1, I found this thread on ubuntuforums: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-257304.html03:16
IndyGunFreakw/o quotes.03:16
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steph_16thLukeEkblad: tell that to mneptok, he was helping you, but try writing a script for that :)03:16
cleverIndyGunFreak: i often quote commands with the enter key to help noobs with that probolem:P03:16
UBUNOOBI1thanks captainfrisbee... will check it out!03:16
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Evanlec!info pidgin03:16
IndyGunFreakclever: ...lol never thought of that, it seems common sense to me03:16
ubotuPackage pidgin does not exist in feisty, feisty-seveas03:16
toyimpAny word on X-Fi driver support? Or is it a lost project?03:16
Evanlec!pidgin03:16
LukeEkbladsteph_16th:  i have no idea how to do that03:16
ubotupidgin is the new name for Gaim forced by AOL's legal dept. It wasn't released in time for Feisty. Expect it in gutsy. See http://www.pidgin.im/index.php for more info.03:16
cleverIndyGunFreak: yeah to some it is03:17
IndyGunFreakclever: lol03:17
steph_16thLukeEkblad: how do you usually manipulate your sound?03:17
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LukeEkbladmneptok:  how do i write a script?03:17
Aethelred!nspluginwrapper03:17
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about nspluginwrapper - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi03:17
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cleverIndyGunFreak: ive had to teach blonds how to do stuff over irc before though:P03:17
geniihttp://repository.debuntu.org/ for pidgin03:17
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clever!nsidwrapper > Aethelred03:17
jrib!flash > Aethelred (see the private message from ubotu)03:17
LukeEkbladsteph_16th:    by going to the volume controll03:17
ReifsterIn gnome, if I want to run a script by pressing a key combination, how would I go about that ?03:17
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geniikrammer_: http://repository.debuntu.org/ for pidgin03:17
Flannelclever: what are you looking for then?03:18
cleverahh > pm's03:18
ReifsterCan't find anything under keyboard settings or when I create a launcher03:18
boboy23ive a sound card probleme if anybody can help me come in pv03:18
cleverFlannel: which deb line from sources.list provides that package03:18
DrMitchIce__, sorry, i didn't read all of it, but what kind of wireless usb is it?03:18
DrMitchrt73?03:18
Flannelclever: Oh.  You want apt-cache policy [package] 03:18
Ice__D-link usb03:18
Flannelclever: dep vs deb.03:18
GoodHabithow i can run program vith root privilegies? (like gnome commander or other)03:18
Ice__you can join me in /join #ice03:18
steph_16thLukeEkblad: how do you switch from headphone to speaker usability?03:18
cleverflamesro1k: sounds new(/me tries...)03:18
Aethelredclever: that's not gonna work for me. I'd like to find a repository with nspluginwrapper03:18
azrael_Looking for help with my Tascam Us 122 card03:18
cleverahh:S03:18
Aethelredand since I'm noob, I don't know how to find, and am tentative editing my sources03:19
CaptainFrisbeeGoodHabit, alt-F2 gksu [command] 03:19
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Ice__DrMitch: #ice03:19
steph_16thLukeEkblad: is it a PC or a laptop?03:19
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Grungebunnygenii is their a quick n dirty (easy) way to install pidgin with that repository website you posted? such as with add/remove ?03:19
cleverFlannel: im trying ti mix and match sources.list's atm to get non 7.04 kernels into 7.0403:19
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ivan#kubuntu03:19
LukeEkbladsteph_16th:  bye checking or unchecking the external amp button03:19
LukeEkbladsteph_16th:  laptop03:19
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steph_16thLukeEkblad: software won't probably control that button03:19
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LukeEkbladsteph_16th:  dang03:20
geniiGrungebunny: Yes, at the top of the page there is how to add that repo to your list. Then you can install it with any package manger you prefer03:20
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jribAethelred: the flash wiki page links to instructions on installing nspluginwrapper03:20
steph_16thLukeEkblad: dang?03:20
wastrelhi03:20
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caminomasterhi03:21
steph_16thhi03:21
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SpEcKzhi there03:21
LukeEkbladsteph_16th:  that means i cant fix it,l right?03:21
SpEcKzneed help03:21
Scunizihihi03:21
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steph_16thLukeEdblad: not with software03:21
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steph_16thLukeEkblad: let me understand...03:21
SpEcKzcan anyone tell me the headquarters contact number of ubuntu??03:21
caminomasterI'm using audacity, but there's no source button in the mixer toolbar03:22
ari_stressmorning03:22
steph_16thLukeEkblad: you want headphone, so you put the switch off and it works fine?03:22
caminomasterhow can i fix it? I cannot record from the pc03:22
LukeEkbladsteph_16th:  yes03:22
ScuniziSpEcKz, try looking in http://www.ubuntu.com/ for it.03:22
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steph_16thLukeEkblad: what's the matter then?03:22
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SpEcKzhelp anybody??03:23
Grungebunnygenii ahh cool.. thankyou.. are there any more good repository sites I can add up while im at it?03:23
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CoasterMasterSpEcKz: what are you looking for the number for?03:23
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geniiGrungebunny: Yes, the Seveas repos03:23
ScuniziSpEcKz, you want tech support or sales?03:23
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ReifsterIn gnome, if I want to run a script by pressing a key combination, how would I go about that ? I can't find anything under 'Create launcher' or in "keyboard shortcuts"03:23
SpEcKzCoasterMaster : i need to talk to anyone in ubuntu regarding some business proposal03:23
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SpEcKz:(03:23
LukeEkbladsteph_16th:  its a pain to do that every time i want to plug in headphones03:23
CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, can you record with the standard Sound Recorder application?03:23
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geniiGrungebunny: You'd need to google for the eact url entries03:23
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steph_16thLukeEkblad: how big is the button?03:24
CoasterMasterSpEcKz: like sales?03:24
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caminomasterCaptainFrisbee, let me see...03:24
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CoasterMasterSpEcKz: http://www.canonical.com/support/webtolead03:24
SpEcKzthanks CoasterMaster03:24
LukeEkbladsteph_16th:  er, its not a real button, its in the volume controll03:24
steph_16thLuckEkblad: buy another set of speaker, it's about 30$03:24
LukeEkbladlol03:25
ScuniziSpEcKz, CoasterMaster most of those links are email forms.. I couldn't find a direct line.03:25
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steph_16thLukeEkblad: this one seems crapy (sry)03:25
CoasterMasterThere isn't a phone number that I know of, all that I can find is this: http://www.ubuntu.com/aboutus/contactus03:25
FlannelSpEcKz: I don't believe there is a published phone number03:25
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LukeEkbladsteph_16th:  huh?03:26
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steph_16thLukeEkblad: i bought mine for 20$ and i plug the headphone without switching or running anything03:26
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SpEcKzyeah that is the problem Flannel03:26
FlannelSpEcKz: Why is it a problem?03:26
SpEcKzcoz i am not looking for support03:27
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CoasterMasterSpEcKz: the first link is for sales as well03:27
wastrelhttp://www.canonical.com/partners03:27
SpEcKzi am looking for somebody in the top brass to deal with some of my business proposal03:27
LukeEkbladsteph_16th:  its not the headphones, its the computer03:27
steph_16thLukeEkblad: sorry, I have no clue :P03:28
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caminomasterCaptainFrisbee, theorically, is recording, but it just don't play anything03:28
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UBUNOOBI1/etc/modprobe.d/alsabase - I can see it but I cant write to it. Im using gui and dont know command03:28
LukeEkbladsteph_16th: ok, thanks for your time03:29
UBUNOOBI1how can I write to the alsabase file?03:29
JamesinatorCan someone please link me to an article explaining why Ubuntu isn't susceptible to viruses?03:29
wastreldear alsabase file,03:29
CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, try adjusting the mixer settings: In Sound Recorder File -> Open Volume Control03:29
iblicfhi , i installed the abiword ,a lightweight .doc app, but just don't work with 'core dumped', any idea will be appretiated03:29
wastrel!virus | Jamesinator03:29
ubotuJamesinator: A/V software is available, however read this to understand why Linux does not have a virus problem: http://librenix.com/?inode=2103:29
Jamesinatorwastrel: Thank you03:29
caminomasterCaptainFrisbee, ok03:30
UBUNOOBI1wastrel: for a second there I thought dear was the commend! ha!03:30
Stormx2iblicf: What version of ubuntu are you running?03:30
iblicfStormx2: gutsy03:30
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Stormx2iblicf: Try #ubuntu+1 - It's probably a known bug.03:30
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takamarouhello?03:30
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Stormx2hello!03:30
ari_stresshello03:31
iblicfStormx2: ...:( ,okay03:31
CoasterMaster!hi03:31
ubotuHi! Welcome to #ubuntu!03:31
LGKeiz021YOUR GAY STILL03:31
Flanneliblicf: Gutsy is alpha software, it's not expected to be stable03:31
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wastrelyou're03:31
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Spaz1331I'm looking for suggestions getting a wireless mouse to work... actually, it points, and buttons 1-3 work, but the scroll wheel isn't scrolling... any ideas appreciated03:31
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takamaroualright, can someone here help me?03:31
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CoasterMaster!helpme | takamarou03:31
ubotutakamarou: Don't ask to ask a question. Just ask your question :)03:31
ari_stresstakamarou: what's the problem?03:31
Scunizi!ask | takamarou03:31
takamarouI'm trying to set up a virtual machine with ubuntu, but I dont know how.. im a newbie :D03:31
caminomastertakamarou, what's your problem?03:31
ReifsterI can't belive this is not possible in gnome!! It's bloody 2007!03:31
CoasterMastertakamarou: are you setting up the VM in windows?03:32
ari_stresstakamarou: that's simple, use VirtualBox03:32
takamarouyes\03:32
iblicfFlannel: i know ;) but i don't think it's the reason becoz the gutsy,,maybe locale..font'03:32
CoasterMastertakamarou: using VMWare? VirtualPC?03:32
wastrelwhat's not possible in gnome in 2007?03:32
takamarouehh03:32
takamarounothing, ive got absolutely nothing set up yet03:32
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takamaroumy brother told me to get a vitrual machine going for it, and thats as far as i got03:32
CaptainFrisbeetakamarou, VirtualBox is very easy to use03:32
CoasterMastertakamarou: are you just curious about using Ubuntu and want to see what it's like?03:32
ari_stresstakamarou: why sticks with windows? use ubuntu and run windows in vm :D03:32
Reifsterwastrel: Run an arbitrary script when I press an arbitrary keyboard combination03:32
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Atlantizwhat is the name of the LAMP installation in the synaptic package manager?03:32
cjaeis there a mp4 to avi converter03:32
takamarouwell, ari, i wanna keep my windows until i can get my feel for ubuntu03:32
cjae?03:33
CoasterMastertakamarou: I would suggest using Wubi to install Linux, <more info to follow>03:33
Flanneliblicf: Gutsy support is in #ubuntu+1, you'll have to ask there03:33
ari_stressAtlantiz: maybe xamp03:33
exsequorclever, says unassociated essid03:33
Atlantizthanks ari03:33
exsequorclever, How do I set the wep key03:33
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cjaeor any multi-purpose app that can do it03:33
warblercjae:ffmpeg03:33
iblicfFlannel: thank u ,:)03:33
wastrelReifster:  ah well.  there's probably a way to do it03:33
demonsporktakamarou, you can use the live disk as much as you want without installing ubuntu03:33
wastrelwhat about deskbar or something03:33
FlannelAtlantiz: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP03:34
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Atlantiznope not XAMP03:34
wastrelalt-f203:34
Spaz1331I'm looking for suggestions getting a wireless mouse to work... actually, it points, and buttons 1-3 work, but the scroll wheel isn't scrolling... any ideas appreciated03:34
TheCougarwastrel that link read to me basicly "because linux is not popular there are no viruses for it"03:34
cjaewarbler, cli03:34
Scunizicjae, I think mencoder will do that.03:34
cjae?03:34
Reifsterwastrel: The fact that it's not under "keyboard shortcuts" is nothing short but shamble03:34
Atlantizthanks Flannel03:34
takamaroudemon, i have no idea what im doing, i dont even have a disk, just doing what my brother instructed03:34
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cleverexsequor: iwconfig wlan0 key ACBD.........03:34
wastrelTheCougar:  i haven't read it03:34
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TheCougarwastrel ah ok:)03:34
CoasterMastertakamarou: it will automatically set up your Windows XP/Vista machine to dual-boot (i.e. Windows and Ubuntu will live nicely together).  When you start your machine, you can chose Windows or Ubuntu.  If it turns out that you don't like it, you can always un install it.  As demospork says, the LiveCD is another option (put the Ubuntu CD in your computer and restart).  You can fool around as much as you like and when you resta03:34
CoasterMasterrt nothing permanent will be done, but keep in mind it will be much slower than an installed system03:34
Evanlec!pastebin03:34
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)03:34
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n00bletjrib: thanks for the help. that worked good.03:35
CoasterMastertakamarou: if you are interested in the Wubi method, you can check out http://wubi-installer.org/03:35
takamaroucoaster :  I suggested a dual-boot to my bro, and he said virtual machine first.  Keep in mind that I have no idea what im doing, so im just running off his advice..... so should i DL virtualbox right now then?03:35
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jribn00blet: np, glad you got it to work03:35
cjaeis there any reason why I k3b i got to make a data dvd is it so slow ripping03:35
CoasterMastertakamarou: you can try using a Virtual Machine, but they are often slow and will require a lot of RAM to run well03:35
demonsporktakamarou, could you please use the Full name when replying to people?  (it highlights the message if you use our full name)03:36
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CoasterMasterI have it set so it highlights on coaster too :)03:36
ari_stressCoasterMaster: wubi is very interesting!03:36
demonsporklol03:36
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Scunizitakamarou, to type the full name and save keystrokes, type the first 4 or 5 characters and hit Tab03:36
takamarouCoasterMaster : So you suggest doing a dual-boot either way then?  Am i gonna have to back up my stuff, or does it do it for me.. or something03:36
TheCougara virtual machine requireing a lot of ram is a very generalized statement. it all depends on the OS. and most OSes can be set to run in a low memory footprint way.03:36
Ice__Hi all, my problem is that I have a USB Dongle set up and the wifi radar is working and can see unprotected and protected networks but can connect to no networks and I don't believe this is a simple fix.  My pastebin is at http://pastebin.com/m6995b8f003:36
cleverCoasterMaster: my pc will beep on my name(and sms my cell if i dont answer within 60 sec:P)03:36
TheCougartakamarou: what are you trying to do? run linux on your computer for the first time or ?03:37
CoasterMasterclever: you really live up to your name :)03:37
cjaeI think I have dma and all that enabled it seems to be when i write mp4 and avi to dvd but it not like it encoding or anything so why is it so slow03:37
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takamarouTheCougar : yes03:37
ari_stresstakamarou: the safest way to try ubuntu is to use it's LiveCD. it won't harm your windows in anyway03:37
cjaelike .7xs03:37
clevertakamarou: using a program like virtual ... you probly wont need to back up anything at all03:37
TheCougartakamarou: how much ram do you have on your computer and what OS is your host (meaning the one you have installed now)?03:37
caminomasterCaptainFrisbee, ??03:37
caminomasterplis03:37
takamarouari_stress : but, if I'm gonna use the Live CD, that means I have to use it everytime.. I want to spend awhile messing around with it.. and I dont want to hassle with a CD everytime03:37
CoasterMastertakamarou: using Wubi is very safe if you plan on using it several times, but if you just want a quick look at what it is, a LiveCD would be best.  Either way you shouldn't have to back everything up (although it's never  a bad idea to keep backups)03:37
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UBUNOOBI1do I need to be logged in as root to change the alsabase file in: /etc/modprobe.d/alsabase? and can I log in from the GUI?03:38
CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, What's the problem?03:38
clevertakamarou: i have yet to loose data resizing ntfs to make it dualboot but i think its still a bit risky having linux resize ntfs03:38
AethelredI need advice on a better irc client.  Epic4 isn't playing nice in my terminal03:38
takamarouTheCougar : im running windows right now, gimme a sec to check my RAM03:38
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ari_stressTheCougar: have you tried wubi?03:38
CoasterMastertakamarou: wubi does not resize your partitons, so there is little risk to losing data03:38
cleverAethelred: i perfer irssi for console irc'ing03:38
demonspork!root | UBUNOOBI103:38
ubotuUBUNOOBI1: Do not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth.. there is no root password. Then you will see that it is sudo that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo03:38
zerobiasirssi03:38
TheCougarnever used wubi before ari_stress03:38
toyimpyay its me again.. Well I got Compiz installed... And now I don't have the minimize/close buttons on any of my windows, and I only have one workspace.03:38
nickrudUBUNOOBI1, no, you can edit with gksu gedit, and don't log in as root :)03:38
CoasterMasterTheCougar: Wubi does not resize partitions03:38
caminomasterah, you've told me i must open the volume ctrl from recorder03:38
ScuniziIce__, looks like your router isn't providing an IP for some reason.. look at line 40 & 4103:39
takamarouTheCougar : I have 760 MB of RAM03:39
chad_Hi...I was wondering if someone could help me with k9copy.  When I try to launch it I get an error box that states "The application k9copy crash and caused the signal 11 (SIGSEGV)03:39
ari_stresssorry, i mean CoasterMaster :) have you tried wubi?03:39
CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, and the recording input wasn't muted?03:39
UBUNOOBI1ok! sudo... thanks and thanks also demonspork03:39
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TheCougartakamarou: what version of windows? xp i assume?03:39
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takamarouTheCougar : yep03:39
demonsporktoyimp, did you install compiz-fusion?03:39
Ice__Scunizi: it must be a conspiracy since 3 other computers are connected wirelessly to my router and all my neighbor's routers arent providing either03:39
toyimpyep03:39
TheCougarCoasterMaster ari_stress looks like a vm product03:39
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nickrudUBUNOOBI1, sudo does not play well with gui apps; use gksudo or gksu instead03:39
CoasterMasterTheCougar: it's not, read Wubi FAQ03:39
demonsporktoyimp, check out #compiz-fusion03:39
CoasterMasterari_stress: yes, I used Wubi before completely switching to Ubuntu and my apartment-mate uses Wubi because he needs Linux for work but doesn't want to swtich03:39
toyimpInstalled it how the website told me.03:39
toyimpok03:39
ScuniziIce__,  Have you tried setting the ip manually? along with DNS?03:40
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Stormx2How do I clear out apt's cache of downloaded .debs?03:40
UBUNOOBI1thanks nickrud, will try that03:40
Ice__Scunizi: I'd need someone to tell me what to do03:40
caminomastercapt, no03:40
TheCougartakamarou: what i would do is lower xps footprint a little (meaning turning off the fancy gui stuff) and then install vmware. or this wubi (i have not fully checked out yet). but vmware would give you the "real experance" all the way through03:40
Ice__Scunizi: I'm in channel #ice if you want to come in and give me a hand03:40
takamarouCoasterMaster : OK, so ur saying use Wubi..  and don't bother backing everything up..  Is wubi fairly simple to set up, or am i gonna have to find a tutorial or something03:40
TheCougartakamarou: i would not dualboot.03:40
Stormx2Actually dw, just figured it out.03:40
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ari_stressCoasterMaster: thanks for the link, wubi is certainly very interesting for new user  who wants to try ubuntu. i'll recommend it to my friends03:40
ScuniziIce__, sorry it was just a suggestion.. I'm not that knowledgeable with wireless.  I'm hardwired.03:40
Ice__oh ok03:41
Ice__thanks anyway03:41
Ice__its a thought03:41
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takamarouTheCougar : Why would u say to not dualboot?03:41
CoasterMastertakamarou: Wubi is very simple, just give it a username and password, a drive you want to install (and how much you wish to reserve for Linux) and that's it03:41
caminomasterI just cannot see the button in audacity... don't know why03:41
Ice__Ill play around with that idea for a while bbl03:41
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CoasterMastertakamarou: the entire setup is one window (seen here: http://wubi-installer.org/screenshots.php)03:41
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TheCougarah i get how wubi works. i would go with vmware over that03:41
takamarouCoasterMaster : OK, one more question.. ur saying dualboot over VM because of the ram it will use? or is there another reason?03:41
CoasterMasterI just find VMs to be really annoyingly slow.  They take forever to start on my machine03:42
TheCougartakamarou: because with dualboot you actually have to leave the windows experance to get the linux experance. and changing over for the first time that can drive you to a frustration to decide not to use linux03:42
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jmak642sup gang03:42
CoasterMastertakamarou: most of the downside with dual booting is partitioning and setting up the boot menus, something Wubi does all behind the scenes03:42
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ari_stressCoasterMaster: is networking working with wubi?03:42
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AethelredAhh. . irssi03:43
TheCougarwubi also won't change that feeling. the other issue is the resizing and so forth which wubi does take care of. lastly if you do it in a vm you can do whatever you want with partitions and affect the system in no way03:43
jmak642anyone know anything about building a san on ubuntu?03:43
TheCougareven network the two systems which will be possibly a big thing in your life03:43
cleverCoasterMaster: ive read the entire grub info doc and have built my own kernels from source03:43
CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, after adjusting the volume levels you still can't record with Sound Recorder?03:43
cleverCoasterMaster: dualboot i can allmost do with my eyes closed:P03:43
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CoasterMasterari_stress: yes, everything worked just as a normal ubuntu install would, the only thing that didn't was suspending/hibernating from Ubuntu03:43
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takamarouTheCougar : OK, so i think im gonna do the VM thing before i mess with dualboots.  Is there a certain program you suggest? perhaps a link?"03:43
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CoasterMasterclever: I'll get there, some day..... :)03:43
cleverCoasterMaster: www.linuxfromsratch.org helps03:44
ari_stressCoasterMaster: that's good news, because using VirtualBox we need to do additional steps to make full networking works03:44
cleverCoasterMaster: scratch*03:44
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juliosohey all, I just installed Ubuntu and can't seem to change my screen resolution to what it should be...03:44
buntunubtakamarou | virtualbox!03:44
cleverCoasterMaster: to install that distro you build EVERY package from source03:44
Atlantizwow that install of LAMP WORKED LIKE 1 SECOND03:44
caminomasterCaptainFrisbee, still the same03:44
Atlantizthis ubuntu is wild03:44
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AethelredAtlantiz:  what deb did you install?03:45
juliosoI have a 1680x1050 widescreen monitor, and the largest it will go under "Screen resolution" is 102403:45
Atlantizin debian it took me a week03:45
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ari_stressjulioso: what resolution do you want?03:45
CoasterMasterclever: yeah, i've seen linux from scratch, but I don't like to mess with all that....I found slackware to be a complete pain in the you-know-where03:45
Dumptruckhello everyone03:45
Atlantizsudo tasksel install lamp-server03:45
juliosoari_stress: 1680x102403:45
Atlantizthat's all i used03:45
CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, what kind of input are you using Microphone , line-in?03:45
cleverCoasterMaster: i have 2 lfs systems(one is a laptop with 32mb ram)03:45
ari_stressAtlantiz: ubuntu is certainly wild, as wild as a wild cheerleaders :D03:45
Dumptruckis there a virtual cd drive in Ubuntu?03:45
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Atlantizit's amaazing03:45
Dumptrucksimilar to daemon tools?03:45
takamarouOK, guys, im doing the virtualbox thing for now.  Thanks a lot for all your help, I'll come back for more help if this dosent work :D03:45
juliosoDumptruck: get cdemu03:45
CoasterMasterDumptruck, you can mount .iso files directly03:46
caminomasterI have a mic... but this time i want to record from amarok03:46
Dumptruckah perfect03:46
AethelredAnd what LAMP stack does it install?  Which lang/db ?03:46
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ari_stressjulioso: that's unusual, shouldn't it 1280 x 1024?03:46
cleverDumberDrummer: no need to simulate the drive03:46
DumptruckI need for cedega03:46
FFForeverropero12303:46
FFForeverfudge03:46
cleverDumberDrummer: mount /path/to/file.iso /media/cdrom -o loop03:46
juliosoari_stress: I have a 20.1" widescreen monitor, it's a little unusual, but not unheard of03:46
caminomasterCaptainFrisbee, I have a mic, but this time i need to record from kaffeina sound03:46
jmak642julioso: you can edit the resolutions available in /etc/X11/xorg.conf  back it up first03:46
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CoasterMastertakamarou: if you need a tutorial, there is one here (note this uses qemu instead of VirtualBox): http://homepage.sunrise.ch/mysunrise/ekeller00/EricKellerUbuntuPage.html03:46
juliosojmak642: thanks, I will try that03:47
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Atlantiznot sure aethelred but tommorrow with more patience I'm going to check exactly what it installed03:47
jmak642julioso: make sure you add the resolution for all the color depth settings03:47
CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, I see that in volume control you first have to enable the recording inputs. Open volume control in sound recorder -> Edit -> Preferences. Then the capturing inputs03:48
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Atlantizaethelred: Apache/2.2.3 (Ubuntu) PHP/5.2.1 Server03:48
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LeoDioxideI've got no sound, both my sound cards are detected and volume fixed, but I can't seem to get any sound from oss or alsa03:49
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LeoDioxideany ideas?03:49
spheardanyone tell me what DHT is on ktorrent?03:49
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CoasterMasterspheard: Distributed Hash Table03:49
CoasterMasterspheard: trackerless torrents use them http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Distributed_hash_table03:50
spheardCoasterMaster: what does that do then?03:50
CaptainFrisbeeLeoDioxide, did you try first disabling one of the two sound cards?03:50
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LeoDioxideCaptainFrisbee: in the bios?03:50
spheardthx03:50
CaptainFrisbeeLeoDioxide, Yes03:50
steph_16thLeoDioxide: "/etc/init.d/alsa-utils restart" as root or sudo03:50
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LeoDioxideok, lemme go try03:51
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steph_16thor reset03:51
Atlantiznight guys this OS Rocks!03:52
steph_16thor stop one only03:52
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tux_flfirestarter users?  help03:52
caminomasterCaptainFrisbee... still the same03:53
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File13i made a fat32 partition that i mounted at /storage but it doesnt show on my ubuntu desktop how do i get it to show03:53
ari_stresstux_fl: what's the problem?03:53
tux_flfirestarter gui policy greyed out03:53
jmak642anyone ever try to build a san?03:53
tux_fli know its something stupid03:53
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jmak642i am hot to build an iscsi san for my data03:53
caminomasterI'll tell you, CaptainFrisbee : HEre in volume ctrl i found in file>change device 2 cards: alsa and oss03:54
caminomasteralsa appears with cs4236B (my soundcard) and oss03:54
beavisfile13: to show on desktop has to be mounted in /media, /media/storage for example03:54
steph_16thFile13: mkdir windows in /mnt03:54
ari_stressFile13: you should mount it in /media/storate03:54
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File13so go back into gpart and just change it to /media/storage>03:55
File13?03:55
steph_16thFile13: then type "ln -s /mnt/windows /home/you/Desktop"03:55
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CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, yes that's normal03:55
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LeoDioxideCaptainFrisbee: that worked, though I can't figure out why >.<03:55
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File13ok i just got like 3 different way to do it there03:55
File13lol03:55
beavistwo ways03:56
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beavismount in /media/storage03:56
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beavisdo "sudo mkdir /media/storage"03:57
Thurin1If a monitor, in Windows can obtain a refresh rate of 85Hz why then does Ubuntu allow no higher of a rate than 60? - Even after performing a dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg, and choosing my rates etc, I was only able to obtain a tiny 72hz at a pitiful resolution of 800x600. - I have already disabled DDC, same results. --- Is it possible that some monitors cannot reach the same refresh rates in Ubuntu as is possible under the Windows sy03:57
File13if i mount it in media/storage will the windows partition read it to03:57
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File13the partition is already make...its just mounted incorrectly03:57
Thurin1File, You cannot read EXT3 in Windows..03:57
beavisif you are mounting automatically using fstab edit fstab to point /storage at /media/storage instead03:57
LeoDioxideThurin1: depends on your driver03:57
Thurin1Well you can.. but you need a driver03:57
CaptainFrisbeeThurin1, are you using a nvidia card?03:57
File13im not trying to read ext3 in windows....03:57
caminomasterCaptainFrisbee, i know, but the fact is: oss shows only 5 ctrls, but alsa in preferences lets me see about 10 or 12 channels03:57
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LeoDioxideFile13: use explore2fs03:57
nickrudThurin1, most likely x is not getting the right ddc info; try explicitly defining the refresh rates in xorg.conf03:58
pike__Thurin1: also you set correct horz and vert rates?03:58
File13im trying to make a fat32 partition readable in both windows and ubuntu as a shareable partiion03:58
Thurin1Captain, No, I am using a Radeon card, a VE/7000 to be correct.03:58
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File13>_<03:58
Thurin1Pike, Yes.03:58
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CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, it's the same on my PC03:58
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Thurin1Nick, As I said in my post - I have disabled DDC - I also have looked up the proper values in regards to H/V and tripled checked them, alas 60hz :(03:58
steph_16thFile13: mount it, then link it to your desktop if it doesn't automatically03:58
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File13k ill mount it to /media/storage after i install these updates03:59
caminomasterCaptainFrisbee, in dapper, I've seen around 4 channels under "capture"03:59
nickrudThurin1, what is X saying it sees (in /var/log/Xorg.0.conf)03:59
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vbabiy-LaptopHello has any one been able to get the ipod video t work with amarok03:59
caminomasternow I see only 1, CaptainFrisbee03:59
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nickrudlol04:00
Thurin1nickrud, It is telling me something about the BIOS... (EE)04:00
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takamarouhey, ive got a question about virtualbox, if anyone knows much about it.  I'm  making my new virtual disk right now, and it wants to use my C:\ drive.  Is there a way to make it use my second hard drive?04:00
nickrudThurin1, put it up on a pastebin, I'll take a look04:00
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galpa#ubuntu-es04:00
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Thurin1But at the moment I am not in Linux so I am passing this to you through my memory, I could not stand 60hz....04:00
nickrudThurin1, understandable :)04:00
Thurin1;)04:00
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k3tdyo04:00
Thurin1yo04:00
ari_stresstakamarou: can't you just change it?04:01
Thurin1heh04:01
steph_16thyo04:01
k3tdi keep hearing the ubuntu start noise how do i fix it04:01
takamarouari_stress : im not seeing the option anywhere?04:01
CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, you should see Volume, Line-in, Microphone, CD inputs using OSS04:01
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Thurin1k3td, Start noise? ...04:01
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spheardk3td:stop ubuntu?04:01
Thurin1k3td, The 'start up sound' ?04:01
k3tdthe drums04:01
Thurin1Or.. a PC beep04:01
wastrelk3td:  it keeps repeating nonstop?04:01
k3tdyes04:01
Thurin1k3td, Strange..04:01
n00bletWill a webcam work on ubuntu, more specifically a logitech webcam.04:01
wastrelthat's no good04:01
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ari_stresstakamarou: hmm.. i'm using virtualbox in ubuntu, so i dont have c:\, but, maybe you can just change the drive letter manually?04:02
xjkx I cant make thunderbird read hotmail :< i even installed hotwayd+webmail-extension but it says "you must to pay to access webdav" or something WTF04:02
CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, you can't add additional inputs using edit-preferences ?04:02
wastrelk3td:  try turning it off in system > preferences > sounds04:02
k3tdit wont stfu and it says that my sound is muted04:02
Thurin1xjkx, You can access Hotmail through POP?- I thought they stopped that, or made it a pay service...04:02
steph_16thn00blet: search for the appropriate driver on goole + a webcam app04:02
takamarouari_stress there is no where that i see anything about a hard drive..  i choose my size, and my type of drive, and then it takes me automatically to view stuff before i confirm it..  I never come to a place where I can change the drive04:02
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n00bletAh, so it isn't one of those easy things to do ;[ heh04:03
xjkxthunder|: me myself cant. but thunderbird extentions say i do, if I download webmail extension. But didnt work04:03
xjkx:<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<04:03
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codecaineanybody know a software that I can use my webcam as a camrecorder?04:03
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caminomasterCaptainFrisbee, I've clicked on "new" at the recorder, and it closed telling me that "my sound capture settings were incorrect"04:03
takamarouari_stress nevermind, i think i got it04:03
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Hillsburritois there something similar to cdemu with a gui goodness - I like fisher-price sort of things04:03
caminomasterthen i opened system>preferences>sound04:03
ari_stresstakamarou: that is certainly a negative feature :(04:03
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n00bletI know camtasia caps vids but idk if it is usable with linux04:03
CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, strange I get that too ...04:03
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Thurin1xjkx, I doubt you are able to access Hotmail by any mail client, Outlook included - unless you pay.04:04
ari_stresstakamarou: yes? how? :)04:04
Ice_I want to cry.04:04
takamarouari_stress I had my virtualbox folder in my C:\ drive for some reason, so I just moved everything to the second one04:04
Thurin1So it's not a problem on your end - perhaps the extension was made when this was still possible, but as far as I know Hotmail changed policy and now you must pay for this 'service'04:04
caminomasterCaptainFrisbee, open syst>preferences>sound04:04
k3tdhmm still not working04:04
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steph_16thn00blet: http://qce-ga.sourceforge.net/04:04
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CaptainFrisbeecaminomaster, ok04:05
xjkxthunder|: they are gheiz04:05
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Ice_Is there anyone in this channel paying attention that knows ALOT about wifi and ubuntu and can help me for about a half hour04:05
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n00bletsteph_16th: thanks04:05
Thurin1xjkx, Why do you keep calling me 'Thunder' ?04:05
Thurin1:P04:05
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xjkxThurin1: http://webmail.mozdev.org/installation.html04:05
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steph_16thn00blet: http://www.linux-drivers.org/usb_webcams.html04:05
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Thurin1:D04:06
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caminomasterCaptainFrisbee, the really problem with me is that I've never understood wtf is alsa, oss, esd and it's differences :/04:06
ari_stresstakamarou: good luck with your endeavor then. enjoy ubuntu :D04:06
k3tdhow do i know what sound card i have04:06
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takamaroupoo, it wont let me DL ubuntu.. too many users... this OS is waay to popular :D04:06
k3td?04:06
bulmerhow do I replace this sequence of unprintable chars  \342\200\231 to its equivalent '   ?04:06
bulmerin sed or vim04:06
niko_Is it possible (easily) to be able to "suspend" my desktop rather than hibernate?04:06
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illu45Hello, could someone help me with a quick question about getting a custom script to run on startup?04:06
Ice_Vorian:04:06
steph_16thk3td: terminal: "hal-device-manager &"04:06
nickrudk3td, lspci (if it's onboard or in a pci slot)04:06
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CoasterMastertakamarou: are you familiar with torrents?04:06
takamarouCoasterMaster : i got it04:07
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steph_16thillu45: yep04:07
takamaroubut im out for the night, gonna let it DL over night, thanks for all the help04:07
Ice_Vorian:  you here?04:07
nickrudillu45, gnome or system startup?04:07
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CoasterMastertakamarou: no problem and good luck ;)04:07
illu45nickrud, er, not using gnome, so system startup04:07
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disinterested_what was gutsy released today or some thing?04:07
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nickrudillu45, what is it? and does it need to be shutdown when the machine goes down?04:08
CoasterMasterdisinterested_ : no, just the name for the followup to gustsy04:08
CoasterMaster!harty04:08
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about harty - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:08
CoasterMaster!hardy04:08
ubotuHardy Heron is the code name for Ubuntu 8.04, due April 2008.04:08
anethemahey guys does anyone here know how to get a joystick going? i cant find much on it..i installed the joystick package and its asking for a device..what device would my joystick be?04:08
bulmerillu45: use  update-rc.d04:08
Q^aeriaWho here can help with editing xorg.conf?04:08
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disinterested_CoasterMaster ty04:08
illu45nickrud, preferably, yes. Its a mount script. I've got the script written up, but I'm not sure how to get it to run on start04:08
Ice_Is there anyone in this channel paying attention that knows ALOT about wifi and ubuntu and can help me for about a half hour04:08
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illu45bulmer, update-rc.d?04:08
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computermanIs there a channel for newbies?04:09
n00bletLol, right here04:09
CoasterMastercomputerman: you're in it :)04:09
bulmerillu45: man  update-rc.d04:09
computermanKewl04:09
illu45Currently, I have the script in /etc/init.d, and that seems to work fine, but there's a slight problem.04:09
disinterested_computerman; this is the one04:09
nickrudillu45, you need to write a script that has a start and stop option then; take a look at /etc/init.d/screen for a simple example04:09
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n00bletWell, i'd assume none of us are complete nubs being that we installed linux...but I might be mistaken04:09
Hillsburrito is there something similar to cdemu with a gui goodness - I like fisher-price sort of things04:10
n00bletI just got bored with windoze and wanted to learn something new04:10
Bakefyis there a way to make text bolder with wine programs?04:10
computermanJust set up my Unbuntu box the other day, so far works great!04:10
CoasterMastern00blet: I've used this place for a quick bit of support during the install on the livecd :)04:10
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Q^aeriaWho here can help with editing xorg.conf?  I need to confirm something before I save what I got...04:10
n00bletCoasterMaster: I actually found the install to be confusing the first time I did it with redhat...lol04:11
computermanHow do I access this box via Windoz Vista?04:11
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Ice_Is there anyone in this channel paying attention that knows ALOT about wifi and ubuntu and can help me for about a half hour04:11
File13do i have to use the gnome partition editor on the live disk to change the mount point or can i do it in the ubuntu install04:11
nickrudQ^aeria, put it up on a pastebin, several people can help04:11
CoasterMaster!samba | computerman04:11
kleptowow this is really wierd no mp3 sound in rhythmbox/exaile/listen music player04:11
illu45nickrud, ah, ok, I'll take a look at it. My problem is, though, that the script uses a sudo command, which makes it prompt me for a password in the boot prompt. Is there any way to give it the password in the script itself?04:11
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MarcNklepto: because of patent reasons.04:11
n00bletI know you can access windows through linux but didn't think it was the other way around04:11
ubotucomputerman: samba is is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html - Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT04:11
computermanSupposedly its installed and set up. I can "See" the other computers on my Lan04:11
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nickrudillu45, if it's running from init.d and is properly linked, you won't need to sudo04:11
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kleptoMarcN: i've installed the gstreamer codecs04:11
MarcNklepto: you can add mp3 support yourself however.04:11
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illu45nickrud, ah, ok, so I can just remove the sudo?04:12
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nickrudillu45, yes04:12
beavisFile13: What point are you at? You've installed ubuntu then created a partition afterwards, is it being auto mounted on startup allready?04:12
CoasterMastercomputerman: here is a tutorial04:12
CoasterMastercomputerman: http://www.go2linux.org/how-to-install-samba-on-linux-with-swat04:12
illu45nickrud, ah, ok. I'll try that out. Thanks for the advice :)04:12
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MarcNklepto: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/MP304:12
nickrudillu45, when you have the script properly mounting/unmounting (use sudo to call the script during testing) do sudo update-rc.d <scriptname> defaults to link it properly for startup04:13
kleptoMarcN: I've already added the mp3 codecs04:13
File13ok i installed the dual boot windows and ubuntu, i created a fat32 formatted partition mounted at /storage when i originally did the install but it doesnt show on ubuntu, so i want it to show in both windows and ubuntu04:13
kleptoand tested gstreamer and it plays a test tune04:13
Q^aeriaI am going through xorg.conf using jed.  I am doing this with instructions from an ubuntuforums.org post, and I'm not too clear if I have to add something to xorg.conf with the hash mark or not.04:13
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Ice_Is there anyone in this channel paying attention that knows ALOT about wifi and ubuntu and can help me for about a half hour04:13
illu45nickrud, ah, ok. Will do.04:13
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beavisif you open a home folder, then move up levels until you are / can you see the storage directory04:13
MarcNIce_: just ask here, someone may answer04:14
k3tdhow do you configure a sound card04:14
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enixi cannot get into my login screen prefs. i get an error that says GDM isnt running. i tried sudo dkpg-reconfigure gdm and get an error  that says reload failed04:14
k3tdhow do you configure a sound card pretty please04:14
kleptoIce_: what is your problem?04:14
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Q^aeriaI generated a comment in terminal from gtf 1024 768 8504:14
k3tdenix what grapics card?04:14
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Ice_my problem is rather lengthy to explain04:14
File13well what if i want it on my desktop04:14
the_padawanhi all, can I somehow check the battery level on my laptop on the command line?04:14
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MarcNIce_: how about blogging it somewhere?04:15
Ice_I will pastebin it.04:15
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k3tdenix what grapics card?04:15
beavisFile13: just PM'd you04:15
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MarcNthe_padawan: use acpi04:15
Q^aeriathe output has a hash mark and the post says I am supposed to paste the output to xorg.conf  "Monitor" section04:15
File13the nick isnt registered so i wont get it04:15
enixk3td: nvidia i think, but this is a new prob, has worked b4.04:15
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beavisok04:15
k3tdenix join hbc04:15
the_padawanMarcN: thanks!04:15
File13aim?04:15
enixk3td: i didnt F w/ anything04:15
Je1hey is there anyone here that can help me with alsamixer? pm me04:15
enixk3td: ok04:16
computermanAny of you use Dreamweaver CS3?04:16
beavisright, in a terminal type sudo gedit /etc/fstab04:16
CoasterMaster!anyone | Jel04:16
ubotuJel: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?04:16
the_padawanwow that is a polite bot04:16
CoasterMaster!feed04:16
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about feed - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:16
nickrudenix, try sudo aptitude reinstall gdm04:16
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File13alright04:17
File13i did the fstab04:17
Je1alsamixer: function snd_mixer_load failed: Invalid argument04:17
Je1thats my problem04:17
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beavisFile13: can you see a line with a reference to /storage?04:17
File13yes04:17
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File13 /dev/sda404:18
beavisFile13: change /storage to /media/storage04:18
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File13the docs read only04:18
jouleshey on open office my icons are gone... :( anyway to get htem back?04:18
beavisFile13: "sudo gedit /etc/fstab" from a terminal04:19
ckin2001@file13 - try gksudo instead of sudo04:19
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File13k i changed it to /media/storage04:19
computermanI'm trying to set up DW CS3 to FTP files to a site on my server (this Unbuntu box).04:19
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beavisFile13: save, quit, in same terminal "sudo mkdir /media/storage"04:19
pinpointanyone know a way i can download src files from a cvs source?04:20
eric_Was looking for some printer setup help.  Is this the right place?04:20
CoasterMaster!printing | eric_04:20
File13ok04:20
ubotueric_: Printing in Ubuntu is done with cups. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Printers - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsPrinters - http://linuxprinting.org - Printer sharing: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NetworkPrintingFromWindows04:20
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beavisFile13: then in terminal "sudo mount -a"04:20
nickruderic_, lease don't say its a lexmark ;)04:20
CoasterMasterhaha, and that too!04:20
File13media/storage does not exist04:20
beavis File13: save, quit, in same terminal "sudo mkdir /media/storage"04:21
eric_Know about cups.  When I setup my network printer (http:// etc...) and print to the printer, it just says printing but nothing happens.  Any clue?04:21
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computermanThat include shared printer on Lan?04:21
joules... hey guysssss anyone knows how to get icons back on open office... there is just text now04:21
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eric_nickrud - samsung04:21
ckin2001@eric - right print queue?04:21
nickruderic_, I've never had to set up a network printer, so ...04:21
Ice_Hello again all, my problem is at http://pastebin.com/m43b08461 and I will appreciate your help. This does not seem like something that will be an easy fix.  I could really use someone experienced with wifi and linux for this.04:21
eric_ckin2001 - dont understand your question.04:22
File13ok i did the mount and nothing happened04:22
joules:'(04:22
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ckin2001eric - external print server? built in?04:22
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ckin2001shared printer?04:22
Ice_actually04:23
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Ice_let me fix my grammar04:23
beavisFile13: does other media show on your desktop such as your windows partition04:23
Okayasuanyone have a moment to help me verify if I have something working with ubuntu and iptables?04:23
Ice_thats a pain in the ass to read04:23
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eric_Printer is attached via usb to my router04:23
File13yes04:23
File13sda104:23
ckin2001eek04:23
ckin2001print server / router?04:23
nickrudlol\04:23
adrian_HELP: anyone have an idea of how to unpack a .zix file?04:23
ckin2001what model?04:23
stefanoHello, i was wondering if anyone could tell me if the linux-386 kernel that is in the feisty fawn repositories optimized for a 686 processor?04:24
cosmodadIce_: first of all, you don't seem to have iwconfig available.04:24
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stefanoI mean, Synaptic tells that linux-686 is obsolete.04:24
nickrudstefano, you'll prefer the -generic or -lowlatency04:24
CoasterMasterstefano: i don't believe so04:24
cosmodadIce_: did you install wireless-tools?04:24
etaleanyone using macaulay2 in feisty?04:24
Ice_yes04:24
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Ice_hold on I will fix my grammar and add iwconfig04:24
beavisFile13: you can read files correctly from the drive by looking in /media/storage now i take it04:24
Ice_and post again04:24
stefanoWhy generic?04:24
adrian_HELP: anyone have an idea of how to unpack a .zix file?04:24
nickrudstefano, thru some kind of magic, those will identify your processor and adapt to it04:24
CoasterMaster!repeat | adrian_04:24
ubotuadrian_: 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 !patience04:24
stefanoOh04:25
File13i have no idea what i just did04:25
adrian_ok04:25
File13ugh04:25
CoasterMasterstefano: nickrud: it's really all voodoo04:25
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ckin2001:D file1304:25
eric_Router is a us robotics04:25
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File13i cant follow whats going on so im sure i just screwed something up04:25
File13but hey04:25
File13what else is new04:25
stefanohehe, so there is no performance drop? I thought that if i had it compiled to my specific architecture i could get more juice out of the processor.04:25
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nickrudCoasterMaster, I stay away from rituals, so I don't think I'll ever try to understand :)04:26
CoasterMasteradrian_: this might help http://www.winzix.com/index.php?go=expert04:26
cosmodadadrenaline: this will give you a starter: http://filext.com/file-extension/zix04:26
Aethelredadrian: http://andrewu.co.uk/webtech/archive/?file_extension_zix_204:26
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beavisFile13: wots happened?04:26
Okayasuor is anyone familiar with the whole Comcast/bittorrent deal, and the "possible fix" of dropping RST packets?04:26
File13and all of a sudden my wlan1 on reboot decides its no longer there04:26
cosmodadadrian_: : this will give you a starter: http://filext.com/file-extension/zix04:26
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CoasterMasterOkayasu: i am on comcast and yes it sucks, but there is no fix yet04:26
File13i dont know dude04:26
Okayasuahh ok04:26
File13nothing, and thats whats bothering me04:26
Okayasuso the whole dropping RST packets doesn't actually work?04:26
julian__is it possible to access a wireless card in virtual guest04:26
cosmodadadrian_: apparently, it's some evilish ad-aware packer. Get your warez 'n porn from a decent site ;)04:26
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adrian_thanks will try to make it work04:27
oranyeyuli04:27
CoasterMasterOkayasu: just have to tough it out, and hopefully there will be fixes in the next version of torrent clients04:27
ckin2001eric - us robotics site says it is an IPP printer04:27
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eric_ckin2001 - That sounds right.04:27
CoasterMasterOkayasu: technically it works, but it also sends the RST packets to your partner, so they'd need to know to drop them too04:27
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Okayasumind if I pm you, CoasterMaster?04:27
CoasterMastersure, go ahead04:28
File13i changed the mount point and now i dunno what the hell is up04:28
Javidis there a way to rig sudo/gksudo to not need a pass? like including it in the command somehow?04:28
etaleanyone using macaulay2 in feisty? If not, can someone at least tell me how to install a .deb package... there's a repository on the website for it, but im getting a public key error, and they don't mention keys anywhere on the site.04:28
stefanoIs there any commercial game, other than id soft's, that runs on linux natively? I am trying to find a few games, but they are either vintage or really stupid. If anyone could point me towards a real 3d game, half life 2 or anything that looks good, and is native to linux.04:28
CoasterMaster!games | stefano04:28
ubotustefano: Information about games on Ubuntu can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Games and http://www.icculus.org/lgfaq/gamelist.php04:28
adrian_cosmodad I it for http://thepiratebay.org/tor/3784432/The.Bourne.Ultimatum.R5.XviD-LionsGate and I would rather admit porn04:28
k3td!help gestreamer04:28
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about help gestreamer - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:28
File13ubuntu can be so gay04:28
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ckin2001eric - does the router setup page have anything helpful?04:28
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nickrudetale, if they don't have a key, you can still install the deb by saying yes when it asks. Up to you.04:29
k3td!k3td | gstreamer04:29
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about k3td - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi04:29
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nominstefano: try nexuiz.  It installs and runs right away and it's free.04:29
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cosmodadadrian_: get it somewhere else. Like going to the movies. Just a suggestion. :)04:29
eric_ckin2001 - It says the web address.  Also, I can print from windows.04:29
k3tdcan some one help me set gstreamer up?04:29
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etalenickrud but when i go to install, it says "0 B have to be downloaded"04:29
ckin2001eric - whats the web address?04:29
etaleand when I apply I get errors04:30
adrian_ok04:30
warblerstefano: try here - http://cubeengine.com/04:30
etaleE: I wasn't able to locate a file for the Macaulay2 package. This might mean you need to manually fix this package. (due to missing arch)04:30
etaleE: Unable to lock the download directory04:30
adrian_maybe download an other file04:30
nickrudetale, what's the url?04:30
eric_ckin2001 - http://192.168.2.1:1631/printers/My_Printer04:30
stefanoAny racing games?04:30
etalefor the page itself, http://www.math.uiuc.edu/Macaulay2/Downloads/Ubuntu/04:30
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etaleand the repositories are right there04:30
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Thmaceisbackhey i have a big problem04:31
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Icequick!  could someone go find my pastebin I posted earlier04:31
Iceand give it to me04:31
Icemy linux froze so I lost it04:31
eric_ice - http://pastebin.com/m43b0846104:31
Icety :D04:31
Thmaceisbacki acciendntally chmodded my entire hd to 74404:32
Thmaceisbackas root04:32
ckin2001try just http://192.168.2.1:163104:32
eric_ckin2001 - Let me try.04:32
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wastrelThmaceisback:  don't use chmod -R04:32
`davouh..exactly how do I go about updating GTK?04:32
cosmodadThmaceisback: you're screwed...04:32
k3tdcan some one help me set gstreamer up?04:32
wastrellesson learned!  backup data & reinstall04:32
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Mgk\o/04:33
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nickrudetale, hm. It mentions that you might have an architecture problem; looking at something04:33
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cosmodadhmm04:34
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cosmodad!repeat04:34
ubotuDon'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 !patience04:34
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cosmodadisn't this supposed to mean "don't repeat"?04:34
k3tdhow do i install xine04:34
Tama00i got an issue, whenever my computer is first turned on and i log in it uses 100% of my cpu for almost 30 seconds04:34
eric_ckin2001 - Same thing as before.  queue says printing but nothing happens04:34
stefanoGuys, thanks for the game links. Can't wait any longer for Gutsy.04:34
cosmodadTama00: sounds fine to me.04:34
ckin2001eric - from their page - http://www.usr.com/support/5461/5461-ug/linux_printer.html04:34
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Tama00cosmodad, why is that fine04:34
ckin2001i cant tell if its helpful or not04:34
cosmodadTama00: surely there's a bunch of apps that need to be loaded at startup.04:34
wastrelcosmodad:  it means don't be obnoxious.  you can repeat after a while but don't spam your question 5 times04:35
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cosmodadTama00: your system will try to do so as fast as possible.04:35
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etalenickrud ya, thanks... this is giving me a headache all day :(04:35
Tama00cosmodad, it logs in and loads up completely04:35
cosmodadwastrel: that's why I say that factoid isn't correct.04:35
Javidis there a way to rig sudo/gksudo to not need a pass? like including it in the command somehow?04:35
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Tama00cosmodad, but the "system" not the applications just sits on 100% cpu04:35
cosmodadJavid: you don't want that.04:35
FalstiusJavid: you can do it easily for individual commands.04:36
Javidok04:36
eric_ckin2001 - Thanks for the page.  Will try it now.04:36
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ckin2001good luck04:36
cosmodadTama00: erm, you know that apps run by the help of the CPU?04:36
Javidyeah, for individual stuff, not for everything04:36
warblerstefano; try here - http://www.linuxsoft.cz/en/sw_list.php?id_kategory=2604:36
Javidand yes I do want that :p04:36
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geniiJavid: You can edit the file /etc/sudoers for that. But not recommended04:36
wastrelhrm, gnome panel crashed?04:36
cosmodadTama00: the CPU goes 100% and loads all your apps. Once it's done doing that, it goes back to normal level.04:36
FalstiusJavid: you just need to use visudo to edit the config file and add a line.  What commands do you want to make passwordless?04:36
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JavidWireshark04:36
rocketsAnybody just come back from NYLUG?04:36
MoLE_#lugradio04:37
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Javidsince it has to run as root, period, I hate having to do the password every time04:37
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FalstiusJavid: a packet sniffing tool?04:37
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Javidlook I didn't design the thing, it sits there like a rock if it isn't root04:37
FlannelJavid: use setuid04:37
FalstiusFlannel: it is safer to add it to sudoers.04:38
cosmodadFlannel: are you nuts?04:38
IndyGunFreaklol04:38
ckin2001rofl04:38
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Javidwhere's the sudoers config file then?04:38
ckin2001visudo /etc/sudoers04:38
k3tdcan some one help me with gstreamer04:38
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cosmodadJavid: you access it through "sudo visudo"04:38
FlannelJavid: `sudo visudo` is all you need to know04:38
FalstiusJavid: use sudo visudo          <no arguements unlike what ckin said>04:38
ckin2001oops04:38
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ckin2001sry04:38
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Javidok, thanks04:39
kersinc#ubuntu-es04:39
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beavisyou still there File13, had to disappear04:39
k3tdNo volume control GStreamer plugins and/or devices found.04:39
wastrelk3td:  are you in the audio group?04:39
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Johnny_what program do you guys recommend for burning .avi movies?04:39
k3tdwastrel come channel hbc04:39
FlannelFalstius: what do you set in sudoers to make certain things not require the password?04:39
wastrelno04:39
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cosmodadJohnny_: burning in general, use k3b.04:39
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k3tdAww cmon i need help04:39
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FalstiusFlannel: I'm looking up the exact syntax again ;)  One second.04:40
wastrelk3td:  is your user in the audio group?  i had this problem earlier because my user wasn't in the proper gropus04:40
FlannelOh. Falstius, found it, nevermind.04:40
Johnny_do i d.load k3b or is it installed in feisty?04:40
k3tdidk04:40
k3tdidk how to tell04:40
wastrelgroups username04:40
CoasterMaster!info k3b04:40
ubotuk3b: A sophisticated KDE CD burning application. In component main, is optional. Version 1.0-0ubuntu2 (feisty), package size 4912 kB, installed size 9404 kB04:40
wastrelor just groups  if you're logged in as the user04:40
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cosmodadJohnny_: just install k3b04:40
IndyGunFreakhm, iv'e never had a user not added to the audio group.04:40
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toyimpWhat a quick way of bringing up the terminal?04:40
z0rzI want to login to X Windows from my school ubuntu machine, and work on my home computer.. but I don't want to use a simple vnc client... Where do I start? (I'd like to do it over ssh if possible004:40
CoasterMasterJohnny_: sudo apt-get install k3b04:40
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Johnny_oh but my is gnome interface is that alright?04:41
CoasterMasterit should still work04:41
wastrelz0rz:  ssh -X  and then just start the gui program you want04:41
illu45Just wanted to say thanks again to nickrud, the script is working perfectly now :)04:41
Johnny_alright ty04:41
nickrudetale, if you download the .9.95, you can dpkg -i it, it installs and runs on my machine (don't know how to use it)04:41
cosmodadtoyimp: I assigned "<windows key>+s" to terminal04:41
IndyGunFreakJohnny_: it will stil work, but it wil install a bunch of kde dependences.. if you want to stick with Gnome apps, install Gnomebaker.. sudo apt-get install gnomebaker04:41
nickrudillu45, yw04:41
k3tdwastrel What?04:41
CoasterMasterJohnny_: if you want to add k3b support, use sudo apt-get install libk3b2-mp304:41
CoasterMasterJohnny_: *MP3 support04:41
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wastrelk3td:  use the groups command to check what groups your user is in.  type   groups   on the command line04:42
etalenickrud... ttttooooo good! ok I'll try that04:42
FalstiusJavid: add the line "%admin ALL = NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/wireshark" to the end.  you can replace ALL with your hostname for some additional security.04:42
etaleso it's just dpkg -i ...tar.gz ? does it matter where?04:42
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Javidthat is exactly what I seek, thanks04:42
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nickrudetale, dpkg -i <something>.deb, never a tar.gz :)04:42
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P_KableHi, if I purge the recent document through the "places" menu. Is there a way to check these document again using some logfile ? If yes what logfile please04:43
cosmodadJavid: replace %admin by your username for even more security.04:43
z0rzwastrel: Wow! That's pretty cool04:43
nickrudetale, with sudo of course04:43
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etalenickrud oops, ya my mistake heh. should I do that in / or does it not matter?04:43
etalelike where to save the deb to?04:43
Falstiuscosmodad: %admin is reasonable, if someone else is already in admin they can just run it with sudo and their password.04:43
arigoldtrying to upgrade from 6.10.1 to 7.04. My Distribution Upgrade to 7.04 seems to be stuck on Fetching 59 - get an Error During Update: "Failed to fetch...timed out" errors... anyone have some reliable mirrors I can use?04:43
nickrudetale, anywhere you want to keep that deb (I keep them in ~/archive/software/debs04:43
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Javidwoo, it worked04:44
Javidthanks04:44
cosmodadFalstius: it's added security in a paranoic fashion :)04:44
z0rzwastrel: What if I wanted to have like a preloaded session (with let's say firefox and pidgin and a few other things open)04:44
KevinOmanwhen I telnet my server and do ehlo localhost it shows in one of the lines "250-AUTH NTLM DIGEST-MD5 CRAM-MD5 PLAIN LOGIN" I thought it was only supposed to say plain login can anyone figure this out?04:44
toyimpthanks cosmodad04:44
wastrelz0rz:  dunno :]   what's that new thing everyone likes anymore, freenx?04:44
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oranyesurabaya04:45
arigoldtrying givre.cabspace.com and flomertens.keo.in - bot don't workd...04:45
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Falstiuscosmodad: it is pointless and adds nothing.  Just because you think it adds security and you're paranoid doesn't mean it does :)04:45
nickrudKevinOman, just ways to secure the connection, those are encrypted passwords of one flavor or another. You can use any04:45
cosmodadKevinOman: side-note, you really wanna telnet into a machine instead of SSH?04:45
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eric_ckin2001 - If your still there, still stuck04:46
wastrelcosmodad:  ssh doesn't work for smtp04:46
cosmodadFalstius: you are right.04:46
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cosmodadwastrel: ah ok04:46
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Ice_Ok I am back and here is my pastebin with my question http://pastebin.com/m32014a8504:46
etalenickrud ! it works !!! thanks so much =)04:46
arooni__folks i need to run this efax program... its an exe..... how can i do this (i have ubuntu)04:46
wastrelKevinOman:  i guess you have smtp auth stuff04:46
nickrudetale, yw04:46
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cosmodadwastrel: Ice_ it's still "command not found" after you sudo iwconfig...04:47
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KevinOmannickrud, thanks.. im following a tutorial and it doesn't show all that, just PLAIN LOGIN, not really sure if its going to effect anything04:47
cosmodadarooni__: exe as in windows executable?04:47
Ice_thats what it said before cosmos, sudo iwconfig is worthless now because I had to uninstall my drivers to boot up the computer and take out the dongle too04:47
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arooni__cosmodad, sure04:48
nickrudKevinOman, no, those are a listing of accepted ways to log in, you can use any one of them04:48
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wastrelyeah04:48
wastrelextra functionality provided04:48
KevinOmannickrud: oh I see.. thanks04:48
cosmodadarooni__: you can run win32 executables only in wine or a virtual machine like VMware.04:48
Ice_I know people have gotten this to work with dapper - Im using feisty - should I just install dapper?04:48
arooni__cosmodad, how do i get wine04:48
cosmodadarooni__: consider a native linux alternative04:48
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KevinOmanthanks to you too wastrel04:49
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cosmodadarooni__: install the "wine" package04:49
dinklecan anyone help me figure out why my sessions start up programs wont save?04:49
Ice_cosmodad, would you suggest installing dapper?04:49
cosmodadIce_: so you don't have a driver right now?04:49
cosmodadIce_: no04:49
Ice_not in there04:49
dinkleor how to manually add start up programs?04:49
nickrudarooni__, efax is available in ubuntu ...04:49
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cosmodadIce_: especially not if you have something bleeding-edge-like04:49
Johnny_also is there a torrent app that doesn't suck? i've tried all of them made for linux but no good, im currently wining my utorrent since i really like it04:50
Flannel!startup | dinkle04:50
ubotudinkle: To add programs to start up when you log into your Gnome session go to System>Preferences>Sessions and use the Startup Programs tab. For more information, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AddingProgramToSessionStartup - See !boot for starting non-interactive programs at boot04:50
cosmodadIce_: why did you remove it? you need to have a driver to get this working04:50
z0rzAnyone know how to set up a remote x session?04:50
Ice_I still have it, it just isnt installed04:50
Ice_my computer freezes while its in and the dongle is in04:50
cosmodadJohnny_: I use rtorrent. It's a console tool, however.04:50
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AethelredWhat's the downside to Automatix  ?04:50
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cosmodadIce_: sounds like a driver problem.04:50
FlannelAethelred: it breaks your system04:50
cosmodadAethelred: it can screw your system04:50
Ice_Johnny, I find Ktorrent to be alot like Utorrent and quite nice04:51
Johnny_lol, im not good with console involved tools, maybe something with a powerful gui?04:51
cosmodadz0rz: you can use some VNC server/client, or use X directly.04:51
nickrudarooni__, and efax-gtk is a front end you can use for it. (wish it used evolution-data-server as a backend)04:51
Ice_go get ktorrent you will like it04:51
Aethelredok then. Any details on how, or why, or how to avoid lossage?04:51
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Johnny_yeah, but i have gnome sadly04:51
z0rzcosmodad: I'd like to use X directly .. how can I do that?04:51
Ice_cosmodad, my driver works with dapper, why should I not go get dapper04:51
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cosmodadIce_: oh I see.04:51
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dinkleflannel, thanks. i guess i need to update sessions somehow because my screen is not the same as the one it shows04:51
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cosmodadIce_: it's strange that the driver freezes your system in Feisty but doesn't do so in Dapper, but ok04:52
cosmodadIce_: what driver is it?04:52
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Ice_well Im lying kinda04:52
cosmodadIce_: name04:52
Ice_athfmwdl and neta5agu04:52
cosmodadz0rz: I'd need to look that up, been a while since I did it04:52
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Ice_but Im also using linux mint which to my knowledge is just feisty with pre-installed apps and prettyness04:52
Ice_no one can help me at linux mint though04:52
Dumptruckahh - my sound is all gone... could installing cedega killed my sound?  everything was working perfect04:52
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z0rzright .. well could you give me a good search term to use.. I can't seem to get the right set04:53
cosmodadIce_: gosh, never heard those names.04:53
cosmodadz0rz: it's called XDMCP04:53
Ice_www.linuxmint.com04:53
Ice_it's quite nice except for this one driver04:53
Flannel!automatix | Aethelred04:53
cosmodadz0rz: mind though it's pretty old, inefficient and security-lacking04:53
ubotuAethelred: Automatix2 is a block of code which attempts to install some software.  When it fails and breaks systems, we don't provide support for it.  A creditable analysis from a debian/ubuntu developer is here - http://mjg59.livejournal.com/77440.html (Additional information: /msg ubotu worksforme)04:53
Ice_comes with an ndiswrapper gui that doesnt work for me too04:54
FlannelAethelred: the best wya to avoid breakage: don't use it.04:54
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Dumptruckhow do I remove software that I intalled with a debian packet manager?04:54
Flannelz0rz: "'X forwarding' ssh" would probably do it04:54
Aethelredthanks04:55
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z0rzcosmodad: Yeah.. I planned on doing it over SSH .. I did something like ssh -x mybox.z0rz.com and it was very fast and was practically exactly what I wanted .. except like a session of windows to come up..04:55
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FlannelDumptruck: use package management (whichever package manager you prefer) to remove it04:55
cosmodadz0rz: or yeah Flannel is right. If you don't need a full-featured remote desktop, use ssh forwarding (-X) instead.04:55
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cosmodadz0rz: so what solution do you require?04:55
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jj_What is the best way to troubleshoot an X not being able to start out-of-the-box?04:55
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z0rzcosmodad: Well I know how to do ssh forwarding for single x windows .. but a full-featured remote desktop would be pretty need..04:55
cosmodadjj_: X logs in /var/log/.04:56
nickrudjj_, look at /var/log/Xorg.0.log04:56
z0rzYou said it's inefficient though.. I was hoping it would be as fast as ssh -X04:56
Dumptruckadd/remove does not see it04:56
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Falstiusz0rz: it is ... ssh -X is very inefficient.04:56
FlannelDumptruck: Use a real package manager (add/remove is dumbed down) like Synaptic04:56
jj_cosmodad: what am I looking for in particular...?04:56
nickrudDumptruck, use apt-get, or synaptic04:56
jj_nickrud: what am I looking for in particular...?04:56
z0rzFalstius: !! What do you mean?04:56
cosmodadz0rz: well it uses a lot of resources. If you have the bandwidth, you might be fine.04:56
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nickrudjj_, towards the end, there'll be something about why it couldn't start (hopefully)04:57
z0rzcosmodad: Ah!  Maybe that's why.. I haven't used it over the public internet... just my local network04:57
cosmodadjj_: /var/log/Xorg.*04:57
z0rzcosmodad: So vnc is probably more efficient?04:57
cosmodadz0rz: yeah that makes a huge difference04:57
Flannelz0rz: if you're doing it over your LAN, use XDMCP04:57
cosmodadz0rz: I'd say so04:57
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Falstiusz0rz: it really depends on the program.  It is possible to write a program that works well with ssh -X, but most aren't.04:57
z0rzcosmodad: Well poo04:57
Flannelz0rz: is linux installed on both machines?04:57
Ice_cosmodad, do you know where I can find a dapper download?04:57
z0rzFlannel: yes04:57
z0rzwell.. sometimes ;) (Dual booting)04:57
cosmodadIce_: where did you get the driver from? was it in the kernel or in some kind of package?04:57
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Ice_I got it from dlink's website04:58
z0rzDepends on the day at school.. but I'm going to push for linux as the primary desktop[04:58
Ice_That's the one that the dapper people used04:58
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Flannelz0rz: Right, on the machine yuo want to login to, go to login window setup, and enable the XDMCP stuff.  Then on your other one, at GDM (the login screen), Go down to the bottom left corner, and use XDMCP to connect (up at the top, Id on't know the exact text, maybe 'remote login' if not xdmcp)04:58
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Dumptruckuggh... still no sound - any suggestions for troubleshooting?04:58
Ice_cosmodad, its the ones specifically made for this dongle04:58
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z0rzFlannel: Right.. but isn't XDMCP pretty insecure over a public network?04:59
jj_z0rz: X windows is a very good remote desktop like deal -- assuming you have well written X apps...This is not garunteed though. VNC can  be vary good and does not depend on the program being programmed "correctly" but will tend to use more bandwidth04:59
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cosmodadz0rz, Flannel: I think you can enable XDMCP via the GUI, can't you?04:59
Flannelcosmodad: You can.  Login Screen Setup04:59
Ice_cosmodad, I got it from dlink's website04:59
mattgyver83Hey room!  When running distros of ubuntu on older machines (p2) is there anything that one can do to speed it up at all, excluding upgrading the physical hardware?04:59
cosmodadFlannel: I mean on the server04:59
Flannelz0rz: It is.  It also usually wont work (UDP stuff doesn't traverse most routers)04:59
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DumptruckI don't even get the bongo sound when I am in the login screen05:00
Flannelcosmodad: yes, that's "Login screen setup"05:00
cosmodadIce_: ok, and you're saying that when you reuse it on Feisty, it's freezing?05:00
cosmodadFlannel: nice.05:00
z0rzFlannel .. so is there a way to do XDMCP over SSH?05:00
Falstiuscan't you tunnel xdmcp through ssh?05:00
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cosmodadyou can05:00
Ice_cosmodad, I never used dapper, I found a forums post where 3 people got it to work on dapper, I use linux mint which is a division of feisty05:00
Flannelz0rz: Not that I'm aware of.  X forwarding is probably your best bet05:00
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z0rzI wish there was a screen for X forwarding :D05:01
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jj_z0rz: I've also heard that VNC via SSH can get better compression and performace...I haven't personally tried though05:01
z0rzjj_: I've always got weird color issues when tunneling VNC over SSH05:01
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Falstiusjj_: I have't compared performance, but it does get a security layer which is worth it.05:01
nickrudmattgyver83, use a really lightweight window manager, like fluxbox or openbox or blackbox05:01
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DumptruckI don't know where to begin other than the obvious when troubleshooting sound on Ubuntu05:01
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mattgyver83Okay, thanks nick05:02
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nickrudmattgyver83, and be ruthless about trimming apps that startup on bootup05:02
Falstiusz0rz: it is probably downgrading the number of colors to make it more effecient.  You can change that.05:02
cosmodadz0rz: that's what VNC is!05:02
z0rzcosmodad: Haha.. nah it only does that when I use ssh ;)05:02
z0rzchanges gray to purple :D05:02
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cosmodadz0rz: sorry I meant "screen for X"05:02
DumptruckSpeakers on and connected - yes05:03
z0rzz0rz: Oh.. MEH!05:03
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DumptruckVOlumes up yes05:03
z0rzhaha I just talked ot myself...05:03
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z0rzcosmodad: Oh.. MEH!05:03
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cosmodadjj_: hard to tell if you can't tell for sure that this linux mint is really comparable to feisty05:03
Dumptruckdefault sound card correct yes05:03
wastrelbye now05:03
Ice_cosmodad, I never used dapper, I found a forums post where 3 people got it to work on dapper, I use linux mint which is a division of feisty05:03
Dumptruckis there someplace else I am missing?05:03
mattgyver83nickrud, i am actually using xubuntu.  If i do that, will the GTK+ libraries which are installed still allow me to use Gnome/KDE applications through those window managers, or do they only work on either Gnome or KDE, any idea?05:03
cosmodadjj_: what you could do is watch the syslog while loading the driver and see if anything gets through05:03
c01100011recommendations for video chat program to talk with a windows user ? i am trying to use skype inside vmware but lose too much image quality05:04
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sdoubleI am using the open source drivers for my ATI card, but sometimes it randomly loses 3d functionality and I have to reinstall to get it working again.  Then about 2 weeks later, I have to do it all again.  Anyone else ever have this happen to them or know something I could check on?05:04
z0rzcosmodad: I'd like to type ssh -X box.z0rz.com and then when it logins type screen -r .. and all my gui windows pop up.. then when I Ctrl-a-d it'd close all the gui windows.. but keep them open in the background on the server...05:04
cosmodadc01100011: ekiga can do that.05:04
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cosmodadz0rz: again, if you use VNC, you can close the VNC session and resume it later from possibly another machine.05:04
c01100011cosmodad what client would the iwndows user use ?05:04
nickrudmattgyver83, no, you can run those gnome apps as well05:04
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nickrudmattgyver83, and kde, if you must :)05:05
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cosmodadc01100011: oh sorry, didn't catch there was a windows user involved05:05
c01100011yes, i have linux trying to talk to a windows user05:05
mattgyver83well im stupid because i just realized that im using xfce as well which would have answered my question, thanks!05:05
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z0rzRight.. but then the physical desktop of the server is effected.. I'd like to login in remotely to a box .. work on a vnc like session.. without effecting the active user05:05
annihilusdoes anyone know where the plugins dir for gedit resides05:05
cosmodadz0rz: you don't necessarily do that!05:05
mattgyver83i need to remember to think before i speak05:05
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Ice_cosmodad, I found a script which might save my butt but I need you to help me install it05:06
cosmodadz0rz: you can run VNC unaffecting any running user05:06
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Ice_or someone here05:06
Ice_can anyone here05:06
Ice_help me install a script05:06
z0rzcosmodad: Link please :D05:06
cosmodadz0rz: hold on05:06
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Falstiuscosmodad: z0rz: unless the host computer has dual monitors in which case you can screw up their panels (grumbles)05:06
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rgrileyUbuntu is stalling at boot and leaving my system in root shell (!?!?!?!) when I turn off 2 of my 3 external USB drives. I have specified them as "noauto" in the fstab. What is going wrong?05:06
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cosmodadIce_: what is it05:06
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mattgyver83Since you guys are on the topic of VNC, is it possible to make a connection through display:0 without the use of x11vnc?05:07
z0rzFalstius: I would be using dual monitors if it wasn't for the stupid 4096 pixel frame buffer ATI cards have...05:07
Ice_http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=528238&highlight=DWL-G13205:07
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cosmodadFalstius, z0rz: why. VNC works like this: you start a VNC server under your remote user's name and then you your local user's VNC viewer session to access it. No other users involved05:07
mattgyver83With x11 i can make a connection, however it does not ask me for a password and just assumes the connection without it.  Without it I can only create new window manager sessions.05:08
cosmodadz0rz: damn those links I have are in German.05:08
rgrileyAnyone?05:08
Falstiuscosmodad: it is funiness in the gnome settings stuff.  When I start a vnc session (running gnome) on this machine, it forces all of the panels to the primary monitor.  If I run twm or some such in the session it wouldn't be an issue.05:09
cosmodadFalstius: ok05:09
z0rzcosmodad: I guess my main problem is with vnc is the viewers all seem to suck05:09
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Ice_can anyone hear help me make a pre-written script05:09
cosmodadz0rz: I admit, they don't seem highly sophisticated.05:09
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deathguppiehey.. has anyone here used wine to install a game???05:10
cosmodadz0rz: maybe I'm wrong though. There might be some other remote protocols out there as well05:10
z0rzcosmodad: They don't resize the desktops properly and when I'm at school in the lab computers.. their 1024x768 res doesn't cut it when I'm running at 16x1205:10
z0rzcosmodad: And autoscaling looks liek shiz05:10
Falstiusz0rz: for some reason the ones on ubuntu are especially bad.  I've had better luck with RHEL (I can't tell you the exact versions at the moment)05:10
cosmodadz0rz: supplying the correct geometry to vnc viewer might fix this05:10
deathguppieI can't seem to unmount a cdrom while the game is installing under wine..05:10
z0rzremote desktop connection on windows, I have to say is pretty amazing05:11
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stefanoDoes having ssh-daemon on make my linux pc-server more vulnerable to attacks?05:11
cosmodadIce_: so what's that script doing on your machine?05:11
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cosmodadstefano: unless you're behind a firewall or NAT-router, yes.05:11
Ice_cosmodad, it's reconfiguring my adapter every time I start up05:12
z0rzI just love the fact that it brings, sound, printers, drives, and com ports locally.. and also the performance seems pretty amazing.. Full screen support and it automatically changes your resolution.  You can also login without effecting the active user with a dll replacement.. oh and it can be tunneled over SSH so security isn't a problem05:12
Ice_I just dont know how to make it05:12
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Ice_I'm in channel #ice if you want to help me there05:12
stefanocosmodad, how could i tell if i am behind a NAT-router?05:12
stefanoIsn't iptables enough?05:12
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cosmodadstefano: well do you use a router?05:13
demonsporkIce_, try #bash05:13
Ice_#bash05:13
cosmodadstefano: iptables is a firewall.05:13
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z0rzstefano: Do you have a Linksys, Netgear, D-Link, or other branded router between you and your modem?05:13
Falstiusstefano: if your IP address is 10.0.xxxx or 192.168.xxx you are behind a NAT firewall05:13
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stefanoWell, my modem and the hub is all i have.05:14
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stefanoOk.05:14
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stefanoThen i am behind a NAT firewall.05:14
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z0rzstefano: Personally, I wouldn't be worrying about SSH being hacked into.. If you have a good password for your user, then you should have other things to worry about, then if "Secure Shell" is secure or not.05:14
z0rzstefano: Just make sure you run the ubuntu updates to keep it patched05:15
cosmodadstefano: right now, I can connect to your IP on SSH port05:15
z0rz"patched" .. heh05:15
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stefanoI have been told that the passwd file could be "decoded" in a couple of hours.05:15
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z0rzstefano: ... How are they going to get your passwd file?05:15
cosmodadstefano: only if passwords are picked in  dumb fashion05:15
stefanocosmodad, What does that mean?05:15
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cosmodadstefano: it means you're either not behind a firewall/NAT or you are forwarding SSH port to your machine05:16
cosmodadstefano: if you meant the password note: it means picking too simple passwords05:16
sdoubleI am using the open source drivers for my ATI card, but sometimes it randomly loses 3d functionality and I have to reinstall to get it working again.  Then about 2 weeks later, I have to do it all again.  Anyone else ever have this happen to them or know something I could check on?05:16
Falstiusz0rz: through skype ;)  but passwords aren't kept in passwd.05:16
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z0rzcosmodad: You could connect to my ssh server too if you knew my ip...  I doubt that many people use some sort of port knocking to open up port 2205:16
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cosmodadz0rz: I was just pointing out that he doesn't have a NAT/firewall protect him from connecting05:17
z0rzstefano: You're best bet is to change the port SSH operates on.. to something between 1024 and.. uhh 65000 or something like that05:17
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z0rzcosmodad: Well I do.. but I have a hole poked for it.. so I can get in anyways05:17
z0rzI do too*05:17
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c01100011anyone familiar with using ekiga to comunicate with netmeeting ?05:17
cosmodadstefano: an even better bet is you pick a hard password for your users, restrict ssh to only the users you need and possibly disable password login05:18
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terryofastoriastefano, you want a good secure password, and I suggest setting up ssh-server to listen on a nonstandard port. Like 45760 or whatever.05:18
stefanoOk, i could change port, but isn't getting a ssh prompt enough for a hacker?05:18
cosmodadz0rz: he didn't even know whether he had a NAT, so he most likely didn't forward either05:18
terryofastoriaIf he scans ports and finds your box at 22 he will try.05:18
cosmodadstefano: unless a hacker knows your password, you're right safe.05:18
stefanolol,05:18
stefanoI forwarded everything to server.05:18
stefanoAll my three machines have ssh on.05:18
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z0rzstefano: They won't get an ssh prompt unless they try to login in on every port possible until they find that port you have open.. I guess if they are really dedicated to get into your machine they would be able to port scan your whole computer... but most hackers port scan 1 port on a bunch of computers05:19
cosmodadstefano: the whole world uses SSH. Just make sure you know how to harden it.05:19
stefanocosmodad, does the prompt say stefano server?05:19
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the_hatterYo, anybody familiar with using Rhythm Box?05:19
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cosmodadstefano: it doesn't say anything05:19
stefanoIs there a way to have a different password only for ssh?05:19
cosmodadstefano: you don't get that info prior to logging in05:20
multiverseHello all!05:20
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cosmodadstefano: not the easy way I think...05:20
stefanooh :(05:20
cosmodadstefano: it's better to make a user only for external logins05:20
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cosmodadstefano: and give that user a really tough password05:20
multiverseI just bought a new Lenovo Thinkpad R61 with 4 GB RAM.05:20
stefanooh ok, i see.05:20
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cosmodadstefano: you should take a look at /etc/ssh/sshd_config, especially AllowUser(s?)05:21
`LePGeL[BoY] help? how can i unmount a hardrive in terminal?05:21
stefanoHow could i set ssh to run only for that user or login info for that user?05:21
Iceteahelp me05:21
cosmodad`LePGeL[BoY] : sudo umount <mount point>05:21
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annihilusanyone know how to install third party plugins in gedit, having trouble finding the right dir05:21
stefanocosmodad, great... ill take a look at it. Does man pages have more info on it?05:21
cosmodadstefano: AllowUser05:21
`LePGeL[BoY] cosmodad: thanks05:21
Iceteahow can i install vmware tool on ubuntu 7.04 . I'm using vmware server 1.0.0.305:21
cosmodadstefano: tons!05:21
stefano:D05:21
k3tdgeek squad told me to get xp or better so i said linux :D05:21
cosmodadstefano: you can do an awful lot with ssh.05:22
Iceteahow can i install vmware tool on ubuntu 7.04 . I'm using vmware server 1.0.0.305:22
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stefanoconquer the world? ^^05:22
cosmodad!patience | Icetea05:22
ubotuIcetea: The people here are volunteers, your attitude may determine how fast you are helped.  Not everyone is available all the time, likewise not every answer is available instantly. See also http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines05:22
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GamingXhello guys, I noticed something surprising, I am the only user on my system who uses ubuntu, and when I logged in and went to access my yahoo mail, I saw that its asking me for to confirm a password for a user I dont know, Any Ideas?05:22
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stefanoAnyone know if Gutsy is at a state where i could preform an "distro-upgrade" from feisty?05:23
saeed  05:23
Icetea@gamingX : the same to me :D05:23
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mjancaitisMy windows keep opening up in the background, how did I manage to do that and how can I change it back?05:23
cosmodadz0rz: this might be interesting for you: http://cyberelk.net/tim/articles/VNC/05:23
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z0rzsaeed: You're cool05:24
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multiverseIt appears that 7.04 and 7.10 (Tribe 5) doesn't have the 64 bit driver for my nVIDIA card.  I'd like to visually check that out, look on the install media, but I don't know how.05:24
z0rzcosmodad: I'll have to read it...05:24
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Flannelstefano: You can.  #ubuntu+1 could tell you about the stability of feisty itself though05:24
z0rzIs there a way to get my scroll lock button to light up when I have scroll lock on?05:24
cosmodadz0rz: only looked over it, but there're some solutions presented for VNC-likish05:24
stefanoFlannel, thanks.05:24
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multiverseI want to do as much as I can do inform people on how to deal with this, so I'd like to learn how to solve my own problems.05:25
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Iceteais there anyone using virtual ubuntu ?05:25
mjancaitismultiverse: what's the question again?05:25
multiverse It appears that 7.04 and 7.10 (Tribe 5) doesn't have the 64 bit driver for my nVIDIA card.  I'd like to visually check that out, look on the install media, but I don't know how.05:26
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Flannelmultiverse: In the directories on the mirrors of the CD, you'll find .list files, that's all the files on the CD.  For desktop CDs, the manifest files will give you all the debs that are compiled into the image.05:26
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GamingXIcetea: You have any Ideas?05:26
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Flannelmultiverse: for instance: http://releases.ubuntu.com/7.04/ubuntu-7.04-desktop-i386.manifest http://releases.ubuntu.com/7.04/ubuntu-7.04-desktop-i386.list05:27
multiverseFor more details on the issue, go here:05:27
multiversehttp://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/showthread.php?p=2874209#post287420905:27
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IceteagamingX: nope, i'm having prob. When ubuntu asks for the password, i cannot type anything, cannot use the keyboard too05:27
Flannelmultiverse: The former has all the stuff inside the liveCD image, the latter has any other packages on the CD05:27
stefanoIs there a way to have a thin-client with ubuntu? I was wondering if i could set up a pc, that from the moment it is turned on it is ready to use, in seconds.05:27
IceteaGamingX: how can I ?05:27
Flannelmultiverse: for alternat CD, there are only list files, because there is no image with packages in it05:27
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terryofastoriaIcetea: the password doesn't echo on screen.05:27
saeedhi05:27
GoodHabitHello. How i can configure the built-in compiz? How to work "the cube of workspaces" & etc.05:27
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karudI just installed ubuntu on my intel mac; screen shuts off after GRUB loads05:28
saeedi am cool05:28
Paddy_EIRE!effects | GoodHabit05:28
ubotuGoodHabit: For help or discussion on Beryl or Compiz desktop effects, please go to #ubuntu-effects05:28
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Flannelstefano: Edubuntu has some really neat thinclient installation media.  You could obviously configure it to be less edubuntu afterwards.05:28
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}btorch{how can I make an iso image ? I'm using mkisofs but some of the files are longer than 31 chars05:29
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saeedfuke me05:30
{NmE}Hello ladies!05:30
saeedif you  can05:30
karudI'm getting a dead screen after GRUB loads? What's wrong?05:30
rebootjacI got this weird message when doing a routine package update05:30
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{NmE}Are you using a laptop, Karud?05:30
karudyeah05:30
pjmanHi everyone. I'm running Feisty with compiz using Amaranth's Repository. How do I get 3d windows when I rotate the cube?05:30
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GamingXI dont like the fonts and the layout, where do you change this?05:31
stefanoFlannel, thanks for the info. looking into it.05:31
{NmE}Karud, do you have an extra monitor you could plug into the back of your laptop?05:31
mjancaitispjman: there's a 3d windows section on beryl-manager, have you tried it?05:31
c01100011yes, i have linux trying to talk to a windows user05:31
karudI do, should I try that?05:31
mjancaitisGamingX: there's a fonts section under System-Administration05:31
c01100011recommendations for video chat program to talk with a windows user ? i am trying to use skype inside vmware but lose too much image quality05:31
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rebootjacbtw, I'm running feisty with beryl. It said to report it as a bug. Seems to not be able to download a critical package or something05:31
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Paddy_EIREGamingX, system > preferences > fonts05:31
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roeanyone know a good CAD program for linux?05:32
Iceteaanyone having trouble when using sudo command ?05:32
FivetwentysixHi, I've decided to install Linux (Ubuntu), however I don't know if my specs are supported. My specs are Asus P5B Motherboard, Intel Q6600 cpu, 4gb 667mhz ram, Asus Geforce 8800gts05:32
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mjancaitisFivetwentysix: the 8800 might give you problems05:32
TinFuryhey with Ubuntu if I want to tell what version of something I'm running how do I do it?05:32
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FivetwentysixWhat's wrong with my graphic card?05:33
TinFuryI usually use rpm -qa program |grep beryl for eg.05:33
TinFuryBut I use RedHat usually.05:33
mjancaitisFivetwentysix: too new05:33
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Flannelpjman: Compiz Config Settings Manager (and that's all I know)05:33
mjancaitisFivetwentysix: check the wiki05:33
Iceteaanyone having trouble when using sudo command ?05:33
mjancaitis!nvidia | Fivetwentysix05:33
ubotuFivetwentysix: To install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto05:33
luite_is it possible to use the power-saving features of the geforce 8800/8600 series cards in linux?05:33
jj_So I can't even get the ubuntu-live cd to start with safe graphics mode...X complains that sreens were found but none were useable, then dumps me to a terminal05:33
terryofastoriafor video chat program I set up amsn and my friend has been chatting w/video to Venezuela from Oregon.05:33
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Paddy_EIRE!anyone | Icetea05:34
ubotuIcetea: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?05:34
dddd if you pass a car when there are no lines on the road, would you expect that to be illegal?05:34
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pjmanmjancaitis: I'm using Amaranth's Repository so I'm running compiz not beryl...05:34
nickruddddd, of course, what's not permitted is denied05:34
multiverseThanks for the information Flannel.  I do have one more question:  you gave me the information for releases  http://releases.ubuntu.com but I am working on 7.10 Tribe 5.  Where do I go for that?  TIA05:34
Fivetwentysixmjancaitis didn't 8800 come out like in january?05:34
Paddy_EIREFivetwentysix, driver support05:34
pjmanFlannel: I must be blind :-) I don't see anything about 3d windows in compiz config settings manager....05:34
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Iceteawhen using sudo command, it asks for a password, but i don't know what password is it and i cannot type anything in the terminal05:35
Paddy_EIRE!sudo | Icetea05:35
ubotuIcetea: sudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for all information.05:35
Flannelmultiverse: Its like that on any mirror.  I just picked one, uh, devel is on cdimage: http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/daily/current/gutsy-alternate-amd64.list05:35
nickrudIcetea, it's seeing your keystrokes, not showing them. And use your regular password05:35
{NmE}Icetea, it does not show the letters you type in the password05:35
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MoLE_multiverse, http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/releases/gutsy/tribe-5/05:35
multiverseThank you Flannel and MoLE_05:36
rebootjaccan't install "ubuntu-desktop" package. Says to report as a bug.. any ideas?05:36
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{NmE}Icetea, you also had to have set a password when installing ubuntu and setting up your accout.. Whatever password you used there type in after sudo05:36
Iceteathanks all05:36
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nickrudrebootjac, first, check your /etc/apt/sources.list and make sure you have the main repository enabled05:36
jj_Is there not possibility to run Ubuntu if I can't get the live CD to start an X Server? My graphics card is only an ATI laptop gfx card.05:36
rebootjacok, I will hold on05:36
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mjancaitisjj_ : no, you can still run ubuntu05:37
mjancaitisjj_: easiest way is to use the alternate-install CD05:37
ddonkyjj_ - you may have to change the video settings05:37
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mjancaitisjj_: then deal with your video drivers05:37
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jj_mjancaitis: ddonky: thanks, I'll give that a try...where does the alternate cd hide, I hvaen't seen it before...05:38
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XMFis there a another network manager besides gnome network manager and rutilt?05:38
TinFuryCan anyone tell me how to check the version of a program?05:38
mjancaitisjj_: go to the ubuntu site, and where you go to download it, check the box underneath the download button that says "alternate CD05:38
mjancaitis"05:38
nickrudTinFury, usually <programname> --version works05:38
TinFuryThanks. Is there anything like rpm -q05:39
nickrudTinFury, dpkg -l is similar05:39
TinFuryThanks05:39
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mjancaitisnickrud: any idea why all my windows are opening without focus (opening in the background)?05:39
nickrudTinFury, apt-cache policy shows a bit more05:39
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TinFuryAwesome. I like to use apt05:40
nickrudmjancaitis, not a clue (hope I never see that, either ;)05:40
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TinFuryCouldn't figure how to get the ver though.. thanks05:40
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mjancaitisnickrud: for once, google is utterly useless too05:40
fungalMonkOh my, big channel05:40
Rowanhas anyone successfully setup dual monitors with an intel graphics card?05:40
{NmE}----If I install the 64bit version of Ubuntu am I going to have to make sure everything else is 64 bit, like flash/beryl??05:40
ZemusI'm using gparted for the first time. It's warning me that if I set disklabel (I currently have an unallocated partition highlighted), I'll lose all information on /dev/hda. Does anyone know if that means I'll lose info on unallocated (none), or if I lose all the info on the entire hard drive?05:40
FalstiusTinFury: you can also use apt-cache show <packagename>05:40
Fivetwentysixbtw05:40
nickrudfungalMonk, turn off join/part, it becomes manageable :)05:40
Fivetwentysixfor the q660005:40
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mjancaitisRowan: the updates will do that for you05:40
TinFuryeek.05:40
TinFurylol05:40
Fivetwentysixdo i install 64bit or 32bit?05:40
TinFuryThanks05:40
Rowanmjancaitis, what do you mean?05:41
Zemus... anyone?05:41
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raziELHi all05:41
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nickrudFivetwentysix, use the 32bit, you'll be much happier with the package availability05:41
{NmE}kk05:41
fungalMonknickrud, thanks for the tip... even so, big/busy channel compared to most I'm in. :)05:41
Megaqwertyanyone know if I could get "aa" to play a vid in the terminal somehow?05:41
Zemus:|05:41
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z0rzIs there a portable firefox for linux?05:41
ZemusDoes anyone know what I'm talking about?05:41
multiversez0rz:  what do you mean portable?05:42
Fivetwentysixnickrud05:42
rebootjachmm.. seems to be enabled. I have Ubutnu Studio if that makes any difference05:42
Fivetwentysixdoesn't 64 bit have better support?05:42
nickrudMegaqwerty, you can use mplayer -ao aa I think05:42
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mjancaitisZemus: I thnk you'll lose everything if you try and change the label05:42
FalstiusZemus: it sounds like it means the whole drive (not just the unallocated space)05:42
Megaqwertynickrud: that starts "aa for X though...right?"05:42
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dxdtI need help with formatting a USB stick.  It isn't letting me.  :(  I'm stuck in this hell where it says it is mounted, so then I unmount it, but then mkfs says it can't find the device.  Very annoying.05:42
ZemusFalstius, mjancaitis thanks guys :)05:42
raziELhi all05:42
z0rzmultiverse: Well I'd like to go to the school computers and plugin my thumb drive.. and have all my extensions installed on my firefox install.. but I don't want to effect the current version of firefox on the school's machine05:42
rebootjacnickrud: hmm.. seems to be enabled. I have Ubutnu Studio if that makes any difference05:42
mjancaitisRowan: apt-get will know what version you have and what's compatible when you try and get new apps05:42
nickrudFivetwentysix, no, for example flash won't work easily in 64bit.05:43
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Megaqwertynickrud: and I think it would be -vo, no?05:43
raziELnickrud, are you sure ?05:43
multiverseMy feeling is that you could have a configured Firefox on the thumbdrive.05:43
Rowanyes i know. i use apt-get, but is there some sort of thing i need to apt-get? i don't see any apps to dual-monitor05:43
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Fivetwentysixoh and will 32 bit ubuntu support 4 gb of ram?05:43
nickrudMegaqwerty, you know more than I about that, I see (that's why I added I think)05:43
nickrudFivetwentysix, I think (again) it's 3.2 gb05:44
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Megaqwertynickrud: dang...alright.05:44
c01100011 recomendations for a cross platform (lin to win) video chat ?05:44
MegaqwertyAnyone else have a clue?05:44
user__<bintang>05:44
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Fivetwentysixwhat kind of packages do 32 bit users get that 64 bit users don't05:44
Iceteaexit05:44
multiversec01100011:  Skype05:44
toyimpWhy do I have to reset my resolution every time I reboot?05:44
exsequorI installed beryl and now the X, minimize, and maximize buttons disappeared. How can I fix this?05:44
nickrudrebootjac, i've not had ubuntu studio installed; could you post the error somewhere?05:45
FalstiusFivetwentysix: flash and video codecs, other binary only stuff.05:45
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c01100011multiverse, no video support in linux05:45
Fivetwentysixbut there are workarounds to that right?05:45
toyimpexsequor, disable Desktop Effects from System > Preferences > Desktop Effects05:45
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Falstiusexsequor: there is a note about that in the ubuntu wiki05:45
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MegaqwertyAnyone? ^^05:45
nickrudFivetwentysix, yes; if you're even moderately comfortable with a command line it's doable05:46
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FivetwentysixSounds good then.05:46
mjancaitisMegaqwerty: what was your question again?05:47
Falstiusexsequor: from https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BerylOnFeisty --   sudo nvidia-xconfig --add-argb-glx-visuals -d 2405:47
z0rzmultivers: Yes but how?05:47
Megaqwerty"anyone know if I could get "aa" to play a vid in the terminal somehow?"05:47
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mjancaitisOoh05:47
mjancaitisDunno05:47
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rebootjacnickrud: It doesn't really give me a error.. do you know where the log would be kept for botched installs? The message I get when I try to do a partial upgrade says, "Can't install 'ubuntu-desktop' It was impossible to install a required package. Please report this as a bug."05:48
GreenOliveyeah i am05:48
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rebootjacnickrud: btw, thanks for your help!05:48
multiversez0rz:  what you want to do is independent of Ubuntu.  I suggest an exhaustive search at a search engine for "firefox usb" or some such combination of keywords.05:48
nickrudrebootjac, try sudo apt-get dist-upgrade05:48
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mjancaitisz0rz: might look into swiftfox too, it's a smaller package and might be better suited; there's always Tor, too05:49
Omen_Beareryst.org05:49
k3tdhmm can some one help me out with some simple html05:49
k3td?05:49
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exsequortoyimp, desktop effects were never enabled so I enabled them and disabled them again and now beryl won't start at all05:49
k3tdi just need to align an img but its not working right05:49
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lordmemo5hey can somebody help me installing cmpiz funsion in ubuntu05:50
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nickrudmjancaitis, I think I know what you're seeing with your background windows: start one again, but make sure that you don't have a currently opened app focused05:50
Megaqwertyz0rz: Is this what you're looking for? http://portableapps.com/apps/internet/firefox_portable05:50
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toyimpexsequor, ask in #compiz-fusion05:50
BlendArtI accidentally added a wrong word to gedit.  How would I remove it?05:50
houmalaHow much memory does a stock standard installation on fiesty 7.04 support??05:50
lordmemo5hey can somebody help me installing cmpiz funsion in ubuntu05:50
toyimpexsequor, that's what fixed it for me was disabling that05:50
rebootjacnickrud: Also get this when I close out the first message, "Could not calculate the upgrade A unresolvable problem occurred while calculating the upgrade. Please report this bug against the 'update-manager' package and include the files in /var/log/dist-upgrade/ in the bugreport."05:50
exsequortoyimp, I'm not using compiz-fusion05:50
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nickrudrebootjac, then if the apt-get dist-upgrade doesn't work, I'd do what the messages say05:51
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z0rzmjancaitis: And I could put that on a thumb drive and run the whole thing from the thumb drive?05:51
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Megaqwertyz0rz: my link will give you what you want05:51
nickrudBlendArt, your question is a bit vague05:52
z0rzMegaqwerty: Exactly... Do you have a link?05:52
Born_In_Xixaxhi all - i would like to remotely monitor my kids ubuntu pc's - need some way to automatically take screenshots of any active X session every X minutes (i can grab the files remotely) - any ideas or other suggestions?05:52
Megaqwerty http://portableapps.com/apps/internet/firefox_portable05:52
rebootjacnickrud: ok I will try.. thanks for your kind support!05:52
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mjancaitisz0rz: Tor? Yes, it's designed to be a completely untraceable browser you can bring with you05:52
Megaqwertyz0rz: that's the link05:52
BlendArtnickrud: ?05:52
z0rzMegaqwerty: I don't have a Windows box to run it on....05:52
nickrudrebootjac, support is when it works; all I gave was the moral kind :)05:52
lordmemo5please help me install comfusion05:52
Megaqwertyz0rz: oh, didn't notice that...05:52
Megaqwertyz0rz: try wine?05:52
nickrudBlendArt, added a word to gedit?05:52
lordmemo5i reallly need it05:52
z0rzMegaqwerty: Haha, no thanks05:52
BlendArtnickrud: Yes05:52
Rowanhey houmala 256mb RAM is required05:52
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coded1i just installed ubuntu for my first time! all went well.  I have 2 seperate video cards though, one agp which it picked up np and a pci, which hardware manager picks up but i dont know how to use it in X, any ideas?05:53
Megaqwertyz0rz: I'll look for a Linux port.05:53
z0rzMegaqwerty: Btw, I already have that exact version of ff on my thumb drive05:53
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nickrudBlendArt, I don't know what that is. Added a word to a file you edited with gedit? or what?05:53
pjmanI'd like to try deluge-torrent. I don't see it in Feisty's repositories yet it's in edgy and gutsy... anyone know why? Am I doing something wrong? http://packages.ubuntu.com/cgi-bin/search_packages.pl?keywords=deluge&searchon=names&subword=1&version=all&release=all05:53
Megaqwertyz0rz: so...what are you looking for?05:53
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^_^ai.................05:53
lordmemo5please help me install compiz fusion05:53
houmalahow much memory does a standard install of 7.04 support??05:53
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Rowanhey houmala 256mb RAM is required05:53
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raf256hmmmmmm05:54
Flannel256 isn't required.  But I think he was asking for top end05:54
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multiverseMegaqwerty:  sweet link05:54
Born_In_Xixaxhi houmala, using the alternate install cd, i have several pc's running fine on 128mb05:54
raf256 #ubuntu-ops You're banned from that channel  what the hell?05:54
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houmalai have 4 GB does 7.04 support it ??05:54
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Born_In_Xixaxthe live cd won't work with that much though05:54
KasukoHello05:54
thiebaudethe live cd requires 25605:54
z0rzMegaqwerty: That link you gave me... is exactly what I'm looking for.. except for Ubuntu05:54
Fivetwentysixhoumala i think only 64 bit version05:54
Fivetwentysixdoes05:54
left1does fiesty desktop effects remove the menu bar for anyone else?05:54
nickrudpjman, probably the package wasn't in good shape when feisty was frozen; if you look around on bugs.launchpad.net you'll probably find out why.05:54
Megaqwertyz0rz: oh, then I'll look for a linux version05:54
Megaqwerty(Of the installer...I hope)05:55
Welshy:/ my ubuntu install went shitz05:55
Rowanoh hey look at that05:55
Rowanhttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/GutsyGibbon/Tribe5?action=AttachFile&do=get&target=displayconfig1.jpg05:55
houmalawhat is top end for memory in 7.04??05:55
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Rowangutsy will have what i'm looking for xD05:55
z0rzMegaqwerty: Ideally I'd like to put my thumb drive into any linux machine and have my version of firefox installed with my extensions and bookmarks.. w/o effecting the host os05:55
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GamingX@\\05:55
Megaqwertyz0rz: oh, so you won't be using it on windows pcs?05:55
lordmemo5how can compiz fusion can be installed??... any body???05:55
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coded1has anyone heard of being able to use 2 video cards at the same time on linux other than sli?05:55
z0rzMegaqwerty: Nope05:55
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Megaqwertyz0rz: that's a hell of a lot more feasible!05:55
CoasterMaster!compiz | lordemono505:55
ubotulordemono5: Compiz (compositing window manager) and XGL (X server architecture layered on top of OpenGL) - Howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager - Help in #ubuntu-effects05:55
z0rzMegaqwerty: What's that? ;)05:56
orbisvicishoumala, ubuntu has no top end, i believe. but 32 bit pcs are limited to ~3.5 Gb ram.05:56
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fivetwentysix2i remember back in 1998 i had a 4gb harddrive05:56
fivetwentysix2and tried to install mandrake on it05:56
nickrud!xinerama | coded105:56
ubotucoded1: 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 !DualHead05:56
fivetwentysix2and my harddrive broke05:56
fivetwentysix2during the partitioning05:56
fivetwentysix2lol05:56
KasukoCan anyone help me with and internet problem? I seem connected to the router and I have and ip address and a DNS server but I have no internet. It worked for like three weeks and this seems out of the blue. I recently copied a command to open a port from iptables that is the nearest thing I did to the interent05:56
maestrojedI am using ubuntu for my first time.  I am building a web server.  Does Ubuntu Server have a GUI or just Ubuntu Desktop?05:56
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Rowan!DualHead05:56
ubotuInformation about dual-head on linux can be found on http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/DualHead - See also !Xinerama05:56
houmalathat seems to agree with what i saw on a system monitor screen05:56
coded1nickrud, ubotu thanx05:56
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clearzenKasuko: Does the router itself have a ip address assigned to it?05:57
fivetwentysix2maestrojed only ubuntu desktop edition05:57
Kasukoyes05:57
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KasukoI can get on the internet with the windows box im on now05:57
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fivetwentysix2maestrojed i suggest only using the server edition if you absolutely know all the commands neccessary05:57
WelshyCan anybody tell me why I would get stuck at the orange screen after i login on Ubuntu... Is was working fine until it froze and I restarted it.05:58
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Kasukothrough the same router05:58
fivetwentysix2you can also delete the gui05:58
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fivetwentysix2if you no longer need it05:58
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onatshi, which file identifies my machine's hostname? /etc/hostname?05:58
Flannel!hostname | onats05:58
ubotuonats: Use hostname <somehostname> to set the hostname, or to do it permanently: edit /etc/hostname  and /etc/hosts . WARNING! Make sure that your current hostname and /etc/hosts match, otherwise sudo may not work properly. Alternatively, use the gui at system>administration>networking on the "General" tab05:58
craigbass1976onats, maybe /etc/hosts05:58
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clearzenKasuko: Right, but are you getting a address on the WAN port of the router from the ISP?05:58
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nickrudonats, yes, and it should be repeated in /etc/hosts on the same line as 127.0.0.105:58
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pjmannickrud: thanks for the info. I'll install the deb.05:59
Wolfsongi just enabled my nVidia driver and rebooted and now i have a black screen. any ideas how to get it working?05:59
Kasukoclearzen, how do I find that out?05:59
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dvs01w00t.. when's the new ubuntu expected to come out?05:59
clearzenKasuko: Every router is different. You have to login and check the status of the connection05:59
nickrudpjman, what deb?05:59
thiebaudeoct05:59
clearzenKasuko: usually via web browser05:59
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nickrudpjman, not a good idea to take one from either edgy or gutsy05:59
maestrojedfivetwentysix2: I know almost none of the commands.  I am building a test server to my production server which is linux (and managed by a company).  So I want my test server to be linux.  I was choosing ubuntu because I don't know the commands but I just installed server and saw that it was command line based.  If I use Unbuntu Desktop will I be able to turn it into a web server with apcahe and php running on it?05:59
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Kasukoclearze, so me being on the router on a different computer connected to the internet doesnt mean anything06:00
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onatsthanks, but my router sees only '*' as the hostname of my device.. i dont know why it doesnt see the name. it's already defined in /etc/hostname and /etc/hosts.conf06:00
pjmannickrud, http://deluge-torrent.org/downloads06:00
craigbass1976nickrud, yes, you can06:00
onatsi mean hosts06:00
Flannelmaestrojed: You can.  There's no difference in "server" and "desktop" versions except the default packages installed from the CD06:00
clearzenKasuko: It does. If the second router is chained with the first. and router a is the parent. Does that make sense to you?06:00
orbisvicisKasuko, usually you get to the router by 192.168.1.106:00
Kasukono im on the same router06:00
nickrudcraigbass1976, the dependencies and the like are ok? Python didn't change versions again? :)06:00
pjmannickrud: they have a Feisty deb06:00
Centaur5Could somebody tell me if the pxelinux.0 file for thin clients should be located elsewhere on Feisty vs. Edgy?06:01
z0rzMegaqwerty: Find anything yet?06:01
Extravertnickrud: Is there a way to edit gedits dictionary database?06:01
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nickrudpjman, yes, I'd do that too06:01
maestrojedFlannel: very cool thank you for the advice06:01
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clearzenI would trouble shoot this for you but I'm at work and I just got off. I'll be back online in a while though06:01
nickrudExtravert, ah, added a word to the dictionary. a sec06:01
Kasukoclearzen,both computers are on the same router06:01
Megaqwertyz0rz: kind of...found a reference to the possibility existing...just not anything tutorialwise06:01
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craigbass1976nickrud, all you're doing is adding x and a desktop environment I imagine06:01
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Kasukoclearzen, I dont have access to the router right now. Im at a friends house and I get the same problem06:02
clearzenThen it is a problem with the config of the computer06:02
z0rzMegaqwerty: Yeah.. I think maybe I could just download the firefox source and compile it to a directory .. and then just copy the directory to my thumbe drive.. and then run the executable06:02
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swiftnomadHello. I have ubuntu 7.04 && I installed automatrix2 and it's not compatible. How do I delete it and download & install one compatible??06:02
fivetwentysix2maestrojed i pmed you06:02
nickrudcraigbass1976, we were talking about deluge-torrent from an older or newer release06:02
clearzenI'll be back in a while if you are still here06:02
orbisvicisKasuko, this might/might not work ... you might be royally screwed, but iptables --flush     ?06:02
GamingX!automatrix06:02
ubotuAutomatix2 is a block of code which attempts to install some software.  When it fails and breaks systems, we don't provide support for it.  A creditable analysis from a debian/ubuntu developer is here - http://mjg59.livejournal.com/77440.html (Additional information: /msg ubotu worksforme)06:02
Megaqwertyz0rz: yeah. that would work.06:02
mjancaitisswiftnomad: it is compatible with 7.04, you've done something else wrong, unfortunately06:02
Kasukoorbisvicis, whats royally screwed mean? no chance of repair or just a bit more complicated?06:03
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Megaqwertyz0rz: I can't believe I didn't think of it!06:03
fivetwentysix2yay only 20mb06:03
fivetwentysix2left06:03
fivetwentysix2on my download06:03
craigbass1976nickrud, oh, I thought you were talking about running a web server on regular (as opposed to just text) ubuntu.  I missed something I guess06:03
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onatsmy router sees only '*' as the hostname of my device.. i dont know why it doesnt see the name. it's already defined in /etc/hostname and /etc/hosts.conf06:03
fivetwentysix210mb06:03
shabboobok small issue i am trying to burn with k3b... whats happening is k3b sees my cdrom drive when i run it as root .... and when i run it as myself it doesnt see it period evn when i try to add it manually06:03
swiftnomadautomatrix2? no when I start it it.. it tells me that it's only compatible with 6.0606:03
fivetwentysix25 mb06:03
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fivetwentysix2406:03
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fivetwentysix2ya downloaded!06:03
nickrudcraigbass1976, nah, just another conversation. Your eye lost the scroll ;)06:03
Megaqwerty !automatix06:03
ubotuAutomatix2 is a block of code which attempts to install some software.  When it fails and breaks systems, we don't provide support for it.  A creditable analysis from a debian/ubuntu developer is here - http://mjg59.livejournal.com/77440.html (Additional information: /msg ubotu worksforme)06:03
mjancaitisfive: stop spamming, christ06:03
craigbass1976nickrud, smoke got in my eye06:04
ianmcorvidae!enter | fivetwentysix206:04
ubotufivetwentysix2: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!06:04
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nickrudlol06:04
swiftnomadFetched 8604B in 5s (1584B/s)06:04
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swiftnomadReading package lists... Done06:04
swiftnomadW: GPG error: http://www.getautomatix.com dapper Release: The following signatures couldn't be verified because the public key is not available: NO_PUBKEY CC919A31E23C5FC306:04
z0rzMegaqwerty: Heh.. you don't think there were will be any architechure specific problems do you? Like if I switch around to different intel based machines it won't fubar when it sees a different processor than the one it was compiled on?06:04
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maestrojedfivetwentysix2: You are making me look like a rookie :) I am using x-chat and did not see a PM.  Not sure what to do06:04
craigbass1976nickrud, and I lost my glasses today.  Hey, do I know you from another linux room?  Fedora maybe?06:04
orbisvicisKasuko, well it means if you execute that command i gave you to delete iptables rules & it doesnt work, well. um06:04
Megaqwertyz0rz: as long as it's still intel you should be fine. If you switch to an AMD pc...problems might occur...and then, maybe not.06:04
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XdorotaXhow do you restart the gnome panel?06:05
Megaqwertyz0rz: only used Linux on intel so far.06:05
z0rzMegaqwerty: Eww.. but intel based I meant AMD too ;D06:05
nickrudExtravert, gedit uses a library to maintain local spell dictionaries, I though I knew off hand. I'll have to look (may need to know this myself one day)06:05
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bullgard4I believe there is a IRC related command 'seen'. What is its syntax?06:05
mjancaitisswiftnomad: go to the automatix site, check out the wiki, and download the deb corresponding with your 7.04 version06:05
fivetwentysix2I like AMD but Intel has been out performing them in their recent chips06:05
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Kasukoorbisvicis, ok well I did it and I didnt get an error, but didnt appear to work should I reboot?06:05
nickrudcraigbass1976, no, I was here in 05 & early 06, you probably saw me here then06:05
z0rzMegaqwerty: My test machine is a 3200+ with 2gb of ram.. I test everything out before I put it on my "production" box :D06:05
Megaqwertyz0rz: so you will be using it with both intel and AMD?06:05
onats!hosts06:05
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about hosts - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:05
onats!host06:05
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about host - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:05
onats!hostname06:05
ubotuUse hostname <somehostname> to set the hostname, or to do it permanently: edit /etc/hostname  and /etc/hosts . WARNING! Make sure that your current hostname and /etc/hosts match, otherwise sudo may not work properly. Alternatively, use the gui at system>administration>networking on the "General" tab06:05
z0rzMegaqwerty: yes06:05
thiebaude!7.1006:06
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about 7.10 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:06
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radioaktivstormhello, i have been having issues connecting to available open wireless networks.. for example the one at the airport on which free wireless is available. it sees the netowork, it tries to connect, but never finishes and eventually gives up. sugesstions? I would really love to not have to be forced to use windows >_<06:06
Paddy_EIRE!gutsy | thiebaude06:06
ubotuthiebaude: Gutsy Gibbon is the code name for the next release of Ubuntu (7.10) | (due October 2007) | It is development software, as such unstable, support _only_ in #ubuntu+106:06
z0rzI guess what I could do.. is just ssh -X to my home computer and then run firefox from the commandline..06:06
orbisvicisKasuko, no need. so then. Can you access the router, usually 192.168.1.1 in browser06:06
nickrudcraigbass1976, exciting times, right after the warty release :)06:06
Megaqwertyz0rz: you might wanna have two copies, and then have a symlink to your preferences in one of the installs, that way you have your settings working with everything06:06
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z0rzThat's a pretty good idea.. as long as it doesn't browse slow as hell06:06
thiebaudethanks06:06
craigbass1976What's 7.10, happy hacking?06:06
Megaqwerty !gutsy06:06
ubotuGutsy Gibbon is the code name for the next release of Ubuntu (7.10) | (due October 2007) | It is development software, as such unstable, support _only_ in #ubuntu+106:06
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fivetwentysix2now all i have to do is install a new harddrive in my pc and install ubuntu06:07
z0rz!hardy06:07
ubotuHardy Heron is the code name for Ubuntu 8.04, due April 2008.06:07
fivetwentysix2be back later to spam!06:07
z0rz:D06:07
Megaqwerty:-D06:07
Toma-Anyone know of a GUI GTKrc editor?06:07
craigbass1976nickrud, must have been in here.  I used fedora until FC5, then came in here with dapper06:07
atrustrying to print a landscape-oriented pdf to a portrait-oriented printer with evince in gutsy, but it stretches it instead of rotating it. suggestions?06:07
thiebaudecan i download 7.10 from the terminal, just for testing purposes?06:07
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Kasukoorbisvicis I cant access the router06:07
Megaqwertyz0rz: it wouldn't be slower than doing it over SSH!06:07
Paddy_EIREthiebaude got to #ubuntu+106:07
thiebaudethnx paddy06:08
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craigbass19767.10 is gutsy?06:08
nickrudcraigbass1976, yes, I took a sabbatical shortly after dapper, didn't touch a computer for nearly a year06:08
Megaqwertyz0rz: and of course, it would be as fast as if you ran only one copy...the symlink doesn't affect performance noticeably06:08
Megaqwertycraigbass1976: yes06:08
z0rzAnyone know why it's #ubuntn+1 .. I mean +1? Why not #ubuntu-beta or #ubuntu-non-stable or something aside +106:08
mjancaitisz0rz: because it's the next version06:09
Toma-z0rz: for fun06:09
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demonspork!ubuntu+206:09
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ubuntu+2 - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:09
craigbass1976nickrud, it would have killed me.  I'm just about dying now--just got a new job and have to use windows...  How do people get anything done with just one desktop?06:09
z0rzubotu isn't the same bot that was in here earlier .. is it?06:09
orbisvicisKasuko, just to double check, instruction for accessing routers can be found http://portforward.com. just pick your router06:09
KevinOmando I need 2 nameservers to run a server?06:09
Megaqwertyz0rz: it's the original bot06:09
rebootjacnickrud: I think I figured it out. I'll pop on tomorrow sometime if it still gives me grief. Thanks again for all your help.06:09
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Megaqwertyz0rz: it was under a diff name for a bit for some reason...but it's the original help bot06:10
craigbass1976KevinOman, not that I know of, I'm only running a web server on one06:10
nickruddarn, I hate that when they don't say what they thought it was06:10
z0rzMegaqwerty: Are you an admin/op here?06:10
Megaqwertyz0rz: nope06:10
KevinOmanhow do I set up my nameserver craigbass197606:10
Kasukoorbisvicis, I know how to access the router, I do all the time and used to be able to until recently06:10
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nickrudcraigbass1976, I took a nearly 10 year one in the nineties, didn't own one at all :) Needed to get outside again06:11
craigbass1976KevinOman, heh... biggum pain...  Need a walkthrough-ish thing?06:11
radioaktivstormhello, i have been having issues connecting to available open wireless networks.. for example the one at the airport on which free wireless is available. it sees the netowork, it tries to connect, but never finishes and eventually gives up. sugesstions? I would really love to not have to be forced to use windows >_<06:11
z0rzI got one for ya'll .. I asked this in #irssi: when I press Alt+Left or Alt+Right to change between chans it says "3D" and "3C" instead of changing to different chans .. What do I need to change in Ubuntu's terminal to fix this?06:11
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WelshyCan anybody tell me why I would get stuck at the orange screen after i login on Ubuntu... Is was working fine until it froze and I restarted it.06:12
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craigbass1976KevinOman, are you registered on freenode?06:12
KevinOmancraigbass1976: I have all the software installed I just don't know how to set it up06:12
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TonrenThe workaround at this bug URL: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/sane-backends/+bug/85488 says to disable something in "linux-source".  What is "linux-source" and how do I disable things in it?06:12
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KevinOmancraig and I on my own url06:12
Lukedoes anyone know what Ubuntu package contains the "pdflatex" program? I can't find it anywhere06:12
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craigbass1976KevinOman, are you registered on freenode?06:13
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martyWhy do you need 'pdflatex'?06:13
KevinOmancraigbass1976: I own a url06:13
KevinOmancraigbass1976: no06:13
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craigbass1976KevinOman, do you im?06:13
iblicf/join #ubuntu+106:13
KevinOmanyup06:13
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craigbass1976KevinOman, join #craigbass06:14
Kasukoorbisvicis, I dont even get the log in page, it just times out06:14
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Megaqwertycraigbass1976: /msg NickServ SET  UNFILTERED06:14
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mneptokz0rz: use alt [1-2] [q-o]  to change windows06:14
Megaqwertycraigbass1976: that will allow you to private chat with unregistered users06:14
z0rzmneptok: I know how to change windows that way06:14
nickrudExtravert, its ~/.aspell.en.pws here06:14
marty_If you're using  Ubunutu, Evince handles PDFs.06:14
mneptokerrr ... [1-0] 06:14
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craigbass1976Really,,,06:14
Extravertnickrud: ?06:14
orbisvicisKasuko. rather stumped. maybe the driver stopped working, or is no longer detected? try dmesg|tail or lspci ?06:15
Extravertnickrud: oh06:15
Megaqwertycraigbass1976: Yep!06:15
mneptokz0rz: what are you using as a term?06:15
Lukedoes anyone know what Ubuntu package contains the "pdflatex" program?06:15
nickrudExtravert, forgot to put a word in my local spelling directory, that's what took so long :)06:15
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Extravertnickrud: I dont have that folder =/06:15
marty_Looks like that guy just asked a question and left...06:15
nickrudExtravert, it's a file06:15
z0rzmneptok: Well whatever is best :D ... Right now just ubuntu's terminal.. but I'd gladly switch to anything that outperforms it06:15
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raziEL #ubuntu-br06:16
WoostaWhere can I find a repos that has older version of some stuff? To match my hosting environment I need mysql 4.1x and php 4 .. but my local distro is feisty06:16
nickrudExtravert, ~ is shorthand for your home directory, if that's what you mean06:16
MegaqwertyLuke:   texlive-base-bin and tetex-bin06:16
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Extravertnickrud: Found it. Thank you!06:16
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z0rzAnyone have a suggestion of a more feature rich terminal?06:16
nickrudExtravert, yw.06:16
Slaj_RIf xmms thinks a program is blocking my soundcard, how can I find out what's doing it?  System Monitor isn't telling me much.06:16
mjancaitisTerminals need features?06:16
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z0rzmjancaitis: No.. they just need to work06:17
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marty_@Woosta: Try looking up 'mySQL 4.1 deb' in a search engine, or something like that.06:17
Extravertnickrud: Now I can just add words directly to it =)06:17
LukeMegaqwerty: I think the texlive package is for texlive support06:17
nickrudExtravert, I think so, yes.06:17
LukeMegaqwerty: I'll look at tetex-bin06:17
marty_@Luke why do you need that package?06:17
Tonrenquit06:17
z0rzmjancaitis: And I can't get the default one to work.. so I'm looking for one that let's me edit the key codes it sends to the server.. so It'll work06:17
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MegaqwertyLuke: according to "command-not-found" that's what contains that command *shurgs*06:17
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Woostamarty_: yeah, there's plenty of them .. but finding one that's compatible with feisty is the problem ..06:17
thiebaudewhen i goto justin.tv the flash works but the chat area next to it doesn't, it keeps saying Loading...06:17
mjancaitisAh06:17
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thiebaudeanyone know of a fix?06:18
MegaqwertyLuke: command-not-found is a python program built into ubuntu btw06:18
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holotoneFor some reason, my Feisty shutdown menu suddenly doesn't include "Shut Down". I only get Log Out, Lock Screen, Switch User, Suspend, & Hibernate - Any suggestions?06:18
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LukeMegaqwerty: interesteng - thanks06:18
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Kasukoorbisvicis, on dmesg|tail I get lines saying [12238.25600]  DROPPED IN=eth1 OUT=Mac=ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:00:etc SRC=192.168.0.106 DST=192.168.0.255 LEN=78 etc etc06:18
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LukeMegaqwerty: I think it's tetex-bin. Thanks a lot for telling me about command-not-found btw! =)06:19
Kasukoorbisvicis, and on lspci i can see my card its a built in wireless card06:19
Megaqwertyholotone: no idea, but poweroff is the terminal command.06:19
mjancaitisAnybody know any reason my new windows receive no focus?06:19
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marty_@holotone: put 'shutdown 0' into the terminal06:19
MegaqwertyLuke: you're quite welcome!06:19
sporti have a odd question can i turn the ls of a directory in to a text file?06:19
tiarpaijorim gung?06:19
Megaqwertysport: ls > filename06:19
nickrudmjancaitis, did you do that test, the one where you have a focused window when the new one opens?06:19
Megaqwertysport: that's the command06:20
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nickrudmjancaitis, and the opposite?06:20
holotoneMegaqwerty: that'll do.. thanks!06:20
holotonemarty_: Will this reboot my computer, or help me resolve the missing menu entry?06:20
Megaqwertyholotone: you're welcome.06:20
orbisvicisKasuko, ok the drivers work. are you connected to the wireless network? power failure can mess with any router wireless security06:20
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sportfilename being anything and it will save that into the folder its ls'in ?06:20
mjancaitisnickrud: if I have, for instance, my IM window open and I click for a terminal06:20
marty_@sport: try highlighting the ls output and right-clicking>copy>paste ;-)06:20
mjancaitisMy IM window stays focused and my terminal comes up in the background06:21
Kasukoorbisvicis, and on lspci i can see my card -- Network Controller: Intel Corporation PRO/Wireless 8945ABG Network Connection06:21
Megaqwertysport: yep06:21
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mjancaitisnickrud: it's really frustrating with firefox, because the download dialog opens behind the page and I have to minimize/maximize to see it06:21
Megaqwertyyou got it06:21
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bullgard4I believe there is a IRC related command 'seen'. What is its syntax?06:21
Kasukoorbisvicis, I am connected at home I dont have security but here I have the WEP key06:22
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nickrudmjancaitis, try alt-tab06:22
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mjancaitisAlt-tab correctly moves focus06:22
marty_holotone: it should shutdown the computer, immediately. If you have something to do, 'shutdown 60' will give you a minute :-)06:22
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mjancaitisnickrud: it's just when it opens06:22
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nickrudmjancaitis, it's a feature :) if you have a focused window, metacity politely doesn't say you *must* look at this new window06:23
mjancaitis... but I want it to06:23
mjancaitisI don't recall that being the case the other day06:23
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mjancaitisAny way I can fix it?06:24
orbisvicisKasuko, ok driver sees wireless & connects(?) but you get no internet traffic? most likely iptables issue06:24
Megaqwertymjancaitis: using compiz or beryl?06:24
mjancaitisMegaqwerty: beryl06:24
nickrudmjancaitis, did you change any of the window settings? like sloppy focus, or anything? And I prefer this, since if I'm expecting the new window I just move the mouse pointer to the desktop06:24
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Megaqwertymjancaitis: minimize all the windows, then unminimize them, the problem should go away iirc06:24
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Kasukoorbisvicis, I installed guarddog recently but unistalled it could it be that thats the problem it left behind closed doors?06:25
Puddle irc.thundercity.net06:25
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nickrud*spam06:25
orbisvicisholotone, https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/6596206:25
mjancaitisnickrud: don't think I screwed with anything big like that, I messed with the cube zoom and whatnot06:25
nickrudmjancaitis, compiz & emerald? Then I have no comments, haven't used them nearly enough06:26
Megaqwertymjancaitis: did my suggestion work?06:26
Megaqwerty(This happens to me on occasion)06:26
Ryuhohow fast are fresh ubuntus suppose to start up06:26
mjancaitisMegaqwerty: no, just did it: minimize and then unminimize, then brought up a terminal again, no dice06:26
mojoAnyone know how i can force my dvd-r to eject?  sudo eject /dev/hdc is not working...  "I/O Error"... but it was working fine a few minutes ago... :(06:26
mjancaitisI've even rebooted06:26
Megaqwertymjancaitis: no idea then.06:26
mjancaitisnickrud: it's not technically compiz, it's beryl06:26
mjancaitisBut I get it06:27
nickrudmjancaitis, used that one even less, since my ati card froze whenever I tried to log out to gdm06:27
Megaqwertymojo: are you sure hdc is your dvd drive? o.006:27
orbisvicisKasuko, i really dont understand. sudo iptables -F should work? if not, reboot06:27
mojoMegaqwerty: yeah06:27
Kasukoorbisvicis, i ran dhclient eth1 and it found the dhcp and assienged me a ip no problem06:27
marty_Ryuho mine starting in ~80 seconds, fresh from dell.06:27
Megaqwertymojo: sounds like a hard drive to me...strange06:27
Ryuhomeh06:27
Megaqwertymojo...try unmounting it, and the running mount -a06:28
mojoMegaqwerty: IDE DVDR/CDR06:28
Megaqwertymojo:  that might work06:28
MilitantPotatoHow do I tell what version of ATI display driver I have installed. I'm on Ubuntu feisty06:28
z0rzAnyone have a recomendation for a good terminal replacement (aside xtemr)?06:28
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Ryuhomarty_ thanks for the answer06:28
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ckin2001z0rz - konsole06:28
Megaqwertyz0rz: zsh?06:28
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nickrudKasuko, ]  DROPPED IN=eth1 OUT=Mac=ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:ff:00:etc SRC=192.168.0.106 DST=192.168.0.255 LEN=78 etc etc <-- this is definitely an iptables message; try sudo iptables -F see if that helps06:28
mojoMegaqwerty: /dev/hdc not mounted06:28
bullgard4What log has in Ubuntu 7.04 taken over the role of /var/log/boot.msg which can be found in other Linux distributions?06:28
z0rzckin2001: I forgot to add that to the "aside" list06:28
mojoMegaqwerty: hmph!  weird, no?06:28
Megaqwertyz0rz: or do you mean the emulator itself?06:29
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z0rzMegaqwerty: I want to emulator itself06:29
Megaqwertyz0rz: gnome-terminal is pretty good if that's what you mean06:29
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z0rzI want the emulator*06:29
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orbisvicisKasuko, try rebooting after sudo iptables -F. dhclient might not mean anything. it might assign a static ip address if not connected. or iptables might allow internet06:29
orbisvicis*dhcp06:29
Megaqwertymojo: indeed it is. try the mount -a06:29
z0rzMegaqwerty: Do you know how to enable meta keys in gnome-terminal?06:29
marty_z0rz GNOME terminal seems fine, bash seems fine. Anything more specific you'd like to ask?06:29
orbisvicisholotone, fix included in that link06:29
tarelerulzanyone use Deluge and have it where they could not get web pages06:29
mojoMegaqwerty: did try; no joy06:29
z0rzmarty_: Yeah.. refer to my meta key question ^^06:30
Megaqwertyz0rz: hmm...haven't ever needed to...but I would guess it would either be done in Edit>Profiles, or it would be done in the .bashrc06:30
mojoMegaqwerty: i am tempted to do the dreaded reboot :-/06:30
Megaqwertymojo: yeah...try mounting the drive manually first.06:30
z0rzMegaqwerty: I'm pretty sure it'd be in the terminal preferences.. but I can't find anything in profiles06:30
Megaqwertymojo: just out of curiosity.06:30
orbisvicisholotone, also try reloading/unloading acpi/apm06:30
marty_z0rz try edit>Keyboard Shortcuts ;-)06:30
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Megaqwertyz0rz: actually...I think irssi is the problem, not your emulator.06:31
z0rzMarty_ I don't see any option for meta keys.. (specifically the Alt key in combination with the arrow keys)06:31
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marty_z0rz what do you want to accomplish?06:31
z0rzMegaqwerty: In irssi they said it was gnome-terminal not sending the meta key correctly .. plus I don't have any problem with putty.. or Mac OS X terminal, once I enable meta keys06:31
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Megaqwertyz0rz: oh, then yeah, I'd try out konsole.06:32
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z0rzmarty_: When I press Alt+Left or Alt+Right to change between chans it says "3D" and "3C" instead of changing to different chans .. What do I need to change in Ubuntu's terminal to fix this?06:32
z0rzMegaqwerty: Meh.. I'd perfer a gnome program.. I haven't had to use a KDE program yet ;D06:32
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Kasukoorbisvicis, i did sudo iptables -F and it went back to commandline so I did sudo iptables -F -v to make sure and it said it flushed everything. I rebooted and nothing. All i did was fol,low this post to get azureus to work06:32
bullgard4Welches Log hat in Ubuntu 7.04 die Rolle von /var/log/boot.msg bernommen, was man in anderen Linux-Distributionen findet?06:32
marty_z0rz chans? I use the terminal quite a bit, but I'm unsure what you mean...06:32
nickrudeterm!06:32
Kasukoorbisvicis, http://www.azureuswiki.com/index.php/NAT_problem#Port_Forwarding_on_Linux.2C_specifically_Ubuntu06:32
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z0rzmarty_: Then I assume you don't know what irssi is06:33
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marty_z0rz I assume you're right.06:33
z0rzmarty_: :D06:33
Megaqwerty !info irssi06:33
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ubotuirssi: terminal based IRC client. In component main, is optional. Version 0.8.10-2ubuntu1 (feisty), package size 1010 kB, installed size 2788 kB06:33
MilitantPotatoHow do I view what video card driver (ATI) version I have installed?06:33
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marty_ubotu well done.06:33
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about well done. - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:33
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Vsop_vsop_vsop_vg'day folks06:34
Paddy_EIREz0rz, you could ask in #irssi imo some of the ppl in there a a**h***s06:34
nickrudMilitantPotato, did you install the fglrx one, or are you still using the default one from the install?06:34
z0rzmarty_: You can still help if you know how to make gnome-terminal send a 'meta' key when I use Alt+Key combinations06:34
Megaqwerty !ubotu mary_06:34
MilitantPotatonickrud: fglrx06:34
Megaqwertywhoops...meant to use a pipe there...06:34
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about mary_ - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:34
nickrudMilitantPotato, fglrxinfo06:34
z0rzPaddy_EIRE: Already, have .. they suggested xterm or konsole06:34
Megaqwerty !ubotu | mary_06:34
ubotumary_: I am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi - Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBots06:34
MilitantPotatonickrud: thank you very much.06:34
Paddy_EIREz0rz, odd Im sure you could accomplish this with gnome-terminal06:34
marty_mary_? lulz06:35
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Megaqwertyargh!06:35
Paddy_EIREz0rz, I have become a big irssi fan myself lately06:35
Megaqwertysorry bout that :-\06:35
Megaqwertyz0rz: I'll install irssi...I'm intrigued by this problem06:35
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qebabirssi is fantastic06:35
marty_XChat has been fine so far, though I'd like a list of /commands.06:36
Megaqwertynickrud: you know, I was wondering why my tab wasn't autocompleting his name... ;)06:36
mojoMegaqwerty: thanks anyway but this is frustrating me, i have several discs to burn.  i'm gonna just reboot... (feels like windows, ech!)06:36
Paddy_EIREmarty_,  /help06:36
z0rzMegaqwerty: Please do.. I can change rooms by using Alt+num .. but if I do Alt+Left/Right it says: 3D 3C06:36
Megaqwertymojo: alright06:36
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yang_getty06:36
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z0rzPaddy_EIRE: lol06:36
jon_hello06:36
nickrud!cz | yang_06:36
ubotuyang_: esk uivatele dme, aby mluvili v kanle #ubuntu anglicky. esky je mono se domluvit v #ubuntu-cz. Dkujeme.06:36
Megaqwerty !cn06:36
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ubotuFor Ubuntu help in Chinese  #ubuntu-cn  #ubuntu-tw   #ubuntu-hk06:36
nickrudmeh06:36
jon_anyone good with wine?06:37
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qebabz0rz: you can switch chans with ctrl + p / ctrl + n as well, but I trust you know that?06:37
nickrudnever touch the stuff06:37
yang_ok06:37
Paddy_EIRE!anyone | jon_06:37
z0rzqebab: OoooOO06:37
ubotujon_: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?06:37
Vsop_vsop_vsop_vI am having a heck of a time getting my wifi working .. any thoughts?06:37
qebabn for next and p for previous06:37
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Flannelalt-n/p, ctrl-n/p is page up down06:37
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jon_having a wine problem, $ wine Install.exe06:37
jon_Warning: the specified System directory L"c:\\windows\\system32" is not accessible.06:37
jon_Warning: could not find DOS drive for current working directory '/media/sda4/jon/wowcds', starting in the Windows directory.06:37
jon_wine: could not load L"c:\\windows\\system32\\Install.exe": Module not found06:37
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z0rzFlannel: How about a page all the way down?06:37
ThanatosDriveHey guys, kinda a silly question, but, every now and then, when I get the, 'Install _______ [Y/n] ?', I will get instead a [Yn] . Does the missing slash mean anything?06:38
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Paddy_EIRE!enter jon_06:38
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about enter jon_ - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:38
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Kasukoorbisvicis, you still with me or should I start asking around again?06:38
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Paddy_EIRE!enter | jon_06:38
ubotujon_: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!06:38
MegaqwertyThanatosDrive: doubt it06:38
ThanatosDrive!paste | jon06:38
ubotujon: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)06:38
z0rzFlannel: I'm nutorious to page back up in a chan to find a link .. and then leave it.. and come back a few days later and have to page down through about a million lines of text06:38
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qebabz0rz: I do the same ;)06:38
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ThanatosDrivez0rz: A scrollbar is handier, in place of the Page Down button.06:38
orbisvicisKasuko, do you have bum installed. if not read the man pages for update-rc.d. Need to remove iptables_azureus. then delete the file you created. Btw port forwarding is usually managed by a router.06:38
z0rzThanatosDrive: Alright.. how do I get a scroll bar in irssi? ;)06:39
jon_ok here is the short version, he specified System directory L"c:\\windows\\system32" is not accessible.06:39
ThanatosDrivez0rz: Hrm. :(06:39
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z0rzThanatosDrive: A classic answer: sudo apt-get remove irssi06:39
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KasukoI forwarded the port on the router, but it says ubuntu closses all ports06:39
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chalcednyhow do i tell which version of ubuntu i have?06:39
Paddy_EIREThanatosDrive, irssi is not a gui app06:39
airwaffleHow do I force a format on an external device that doesn't want me to?06:39
z0rzchalcedny: uname06:39
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nickrudchalcedny, usb_release -a06:40
z0rzchalcedny: uname -a06:40
chalcedny~$ uname06:40
chalcednyLinux06:40
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MTuXeDSomebody here already turned Squid, DansGuardian, Mrtg in ubuntu ?06:40
z0rzchalcedny: err you said ubuntu.. that just tells you the kernel..06:40
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Ravenndude`Is there a way to make my Desktop Icons always appear on the right side, instead of the left?06:40
marty_chalcedny System>About Ubuntu -- should be in the middle there.06:40
Megaqwertyz0rz: it does the same thing for me in both Konsole and Gnome...06:41
nickruderm, lsb_release -a chalcedny06:41
z0rzchalcedny: Yeah.. just use marty_'s suggestion06:41
chalcedny2.6.17-12-generic06:41
z0rzMegaqwerty: Look for something about alt, escape, or meta keys in Konsole06:41
chalcedny?06:41
MTuXeDomebody here already turned Squid, DansGuardian, Mrtg in ubuntu ? ? ?06:41
MTuXeDomebody here already turned Squid, DansGuardian, Mrtg in ubuntu ? ? ?06:41
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z0rzMegaqwerty: I also get the problem in xterm.. but I know it's emulator specific06:42
ParisiWhats the channel for Ubuntu Desktop Effects, anyone?06:42
Megaqwertyz0rz: I really think it's irrelevant, as that would be a program specific comamnd06:42
Megaqwerty*command06:42
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z0rzMegaqwerty: Because I'm ssh'd into a openbsd box.. that I don't usually have that problem on06:42
ThanatosDrive!repeat | MTuXeD06:42
ubotuMTuXeD: 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 !patience06:42
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scipioParisi, #ubuntu-effects06:42
nickrud#ubuntu-effects Paracha06:42
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Evanlec!#ubuntu-effects06:42
ubotuFor help with 3d desktop effects applications or drivers please join #ubuntu-effects, someone there will be glad to help you. You can read http://forum.beryl-project.org/ for most common problems or questions.06:42
marty_What does /me do?06:42
ParisiOk, thanks just checking.06:42
Megaqwertyz0rz: What terminal is OpenBSD running?06:42
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z0rzMegaqwerty: I know it's not bash .. or whatever shell this bsd box is using06:42
orbisvicisKasuko, well whatever the case thats besides the point. you need internet. possibly a quick fix is install guarddog again and make sure to open http(s) ports 80,83. or remove the script from the runlevels.06:42
Megaqwertyz0rz: exactly06:42
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orbisvicisKasuko, its late here gtg. good luck06:42
ThanatosDrivemarty_: Emote.06:42
nonix4I downloaded the 7.04 iso - how do I keep the image mounted and as an apt source? Hack fstab & sources.list or do it some simpler way?06:42
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z0rzMegaqwerty: I'm 98% it's bash06:42
sboyselhey i my usb external harddrive is no longer recognized after a gutsy upgrade06:42
Parisinite all06:43
sboyselany help?06:43
mojocan anyone suggest a good beginners program to make a DVD-R, playable in DVD players, from AVI and other format source files?06:43
z0rzHeh.. that sounds like I'm contradicting my previous statement.. but what I was saying before was "I know it's not bash's fault"06:43
nickrud#ubuntu+1 sboysel06:43
Flannelsboysel: #ubuntu+1 for gutsy support06:43
marty_z0rz you're in BSD? Well, should be sh, the original Bourne Shell, or Kornshell? I think just sh.06:43
Megaqwertyz0rz: ps aux | grep bash06:43
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Paddy_EIREionstorm, could you give mojo your link to your unleashed blog06:43
z0rzMegaqwerty: Yup there it is06:44
z0rzMegaqwerty: With about 30 other users that are logged into this public shell06:44
Paddy_EIREmojo, use the forums06:44
ionstormhttp://ubuntu-unleashed.blogspot.com here ya go06:44
Paddy_EIREnice06:44
Megaqwertyz0rz: try typing 'sh'06:44
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Megaqwertyz0rz: then running irssi06:44
mojoPaddy_EIRE: ionstorm: thanks06:44
z0rzK06:44
z0rzhmm06:44
ionstormnp mojo06:44
z0rzj06:45
z0rzHmm .. yeah same problem .. "3D" "3C"06:45
orbisvicisactually Kasuko just change the script so it does nothing. blank it.06:45
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z0rzEww.. and in xterm Alt+Num doesn't work..06:46
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marty_z0rz try bash --version, that would tell you if bash is there.06:46
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nathan_does ubuntu have Emerald installed by *default* ?06:46
Flannelz0rz: You'll want to bind a key combo to scroll_end06:46
z0rzmarty_: 2.05b.0(1)-release (i386-unknown-openbsd3.4)06:46
Megaqwertynathan_: not in anything before Gutsy06:46
nickrudnathan_, no06:46
mac4be!emerald06:46
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about emerald - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:46
mojoionstorm: what am i looking for there?  the ConvertXtoDVD under WINE article???06:46
Megaqwerty !info emerald06:46
ubotuemerald: Decorator for beryl. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.2.1-0ubuntu1 (feisty), package size 202 kB, installed size 952 kB06:46
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marty_z0rz well, bash is there, then.06:47
z0rzMegaqwerty: Is Gutsy using compiz-fusion?06:47
nathan_thanks guys!06:47
FatimaRaja#aboutus06:47
Megaqwertyz0rz: yes06:47
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Scorphey, i need help regarding the speed of the OS06:47
nickrud!info gutsy emerald06:47
ubotuPackage gutsy does not exist in feisty06:47
Scorpanyone who can helo me ??06:47
nickrud!info emerald gutsy06:47
z0rzmarty_: I guess my 98% assurity was pretty accurate06:47
ubotuemerald: Decorator for compiz-fusion. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.3~git20070717-0ubuntu1 (gutsy), package size 198 kB, installed size 956 kB06:47
ionstormmojo, sure06:47
ionstormdevede works too06:47
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ionstormapt-get install devede06:47
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ThanatosDriveScorp: Speed of the OS? Can you clarify that?06:47
z0rzmojo: Yeah I'd recommend devede also06:47
Megaqwerty !info prelink | Scorp06:48
marty_z0rz ? I thout you said you weren't using bash now and wonder what you _were_ using?06:48
ubotuscorp: prelink: ELF prelinking utility to speed up dynamic linking. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.0.20061027-1ubuntu1 (feisty), package size 676 kB, installed size 1028 kB (Only available for alpha amd64 i386 powerpc ppc64)06:48
ScorpThanatosDrive, Its lyk, the system has slowed down pretty much... the applications take time to load and even the booting time has increases06:48
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Scorpincreased*06:48
MegaqwertyScorp: prelink will speed things up for you06:48
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ScorpMegaqwerty, wat is prelink ??06:48
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z0rzmarty_: You are probably read my "It's not bash" statement.. which I cleared up in my next message06:48
MegaqwertyScorp: it loads all the libraries needed for your apps automatically, so apps start up faster.06:48
mojoionstorm: your blog has a ton of good stuff on there, but no search!!  :D06:49
nonix4Where can I RTFM the preferred sources.list editing methods?06:49
MegaqwertyScorp: prelink: ELF prelinking utility to speed up dynamic linking. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.0.20061027-1ubuntu1 (feisty), package size 676 kB, installed size 1028 kB (Only available for alpha amd64 i386 powerpc ppc64)06:49
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ThanatosDrivenonix4: Do you know what RTFM means?06:49
Flannelz0rz: actually, I lied (I knew there was a better method), /sb end06:49
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z0rzFlannel: WEEEEEEEE I love you06:49
mojoman sources.list works06:49
nonix4ThanatosDrive: reading more than finding them ;)06:49
ScorpMegaqwerty, thanx... i'll download that... i've got 1 GB Ram and around 2 gb swap space, i guess dat should be fine ???06:49
z0rzFlannel: Any idea what sb stands for?06:49
MegaqwertyScorp: indeed!06:50
sportstrongbad?06:50
ScorpMegaqwerty, but wont the preloading increase the booting time also ???06:50
z0rzsport: Prally :D06:50
mojoread the FANTASTIC manual?06:50
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lowdn_09anybody know why my guarddog can't block dhcp?06:50
nickrudlol06:50
Flannelz0rz: scrollback: http://f0rked.com/public/irssi-docs/help-full.html#SCROLLBACK06:50
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MegaqwertyScorp: I don't believe so06:50
radioaktivstor1hello any body know why i cannot connect to open networks  in ubuntu?06:50
z0rzFlannel: Nice.. I love Matt.. he's an irssi genious06:50
ScorpMegaqwerty, alright... i'll check dat out.. thanx..!!06:50
mjancaitisSearching for my problem on google is so hopeless... the words "ubuntu," "windows," and "background" combine for endless variations of things that screw up my search :(06:50
sonexHow do I cause Ubuntu to load a kernel module on startup? (I currently need to do a manual "insmod" each time I reboot).06:50
berenti have always wanted to know what does web scrapers used for??06:50
Flannelz0rz: if you look at the bind stuff (earlier on that page) you'll see what I meant about scroll_end06:51
nickrudsonex, add the module name to a line by itself in /etc/modules06:51
z0rzFlannel: I must have missed your message about scroll_end .. did you address me when you said it?06:51
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sonexnickrud: Thanks06:51
marty_@sonex: add the module name to /etc/modules file.06:51
sportwhats the second widely used shell out side of BAsh? ( for linux)06:51
ScorpMegaqwerty,  hey, once its installed, is it active, or do i need to put it d sessions file n all ???06:52
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lowdn_09anybody using guraddog?06:52
Flannelz0rz: I did.  5 minutes ago (:46)06:52
airwafflemy ipod won't mount "not a valid block device", is this a problem with fstab, or with the device?06:52
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marty_@sport ksh? csh? two other popular ones not counting bash, though they aren't that popular in the first place ;-)06:52
MegaqwertyScorp: follow this guide here: http://onlyubuntu.blogspot.com/2007/05/speed-up-dynamic-linking-using-prelink.html06:52
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sportmarty_ so they probably aren't worth learning?06:53
z0rzFlannnel: Wow!  I just realized the server time is 4 minutes off from actual time!06:53
nonix4sport: hard to say, tcsh is such oldschool that it can't really be too popular, zsh is nice but doesn't seem to be catching wind for reason or another06:53
HudkoAhojte.06:53
z0rzFlannel: Looks like I'll be moving my irssi box to my home machine.06:53
marty_@sport: that depends, why wouldn't you want to use bash?06:53
z0rzFlannel: Good to know about /sb end though .. thanks06:54
Megaqwertysport: I love zsh. It's more powerful than BASH!06:54
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maderaHello everybody. I have a rather simple question... I installed kubuntu for the KDE libs but now it changed my Ubuntu orange splash screen (when the computer boots). I happen to preffer the orange one to the new Kubuntu blue one. How do I get my orange one back?06:54
sportmarty_ just trying to learn about alternatives06:54
nickrud!usplash | madera06:54
ubotumadera: To select the usplash artwork you want, use "sudo update-alternatives --config usplash-artwork.so && sudo update-initramfs -u" - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/USplashCustomizationHowto for adding your custom artwork06:54
Flannelz0rz: Sounds like you need ntpd06:54
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z0rzFlannel: Well.. yes.. but I don't maintain this shell server.. so it looks like I'll be using my own ubuntu box06:55
nonix4Megaqwerty: any ideas on whether zsh has those bash-like bugs that attempt to gain sentience when hooked up w/ a terminal that loops input back to bash for reason or another?06:55
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marty_Well, there's bash, ksh, zsh, ksh, and possibly tcsh for GNU/Linux to my knowledge.06:55
Flannelmadera: splash screen, the loading screen?  dpkg-reconfigure usplash-artwork.so06:55
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z0rzHmm so after all this I still can't figure out how to get meta keys working in gnome-terminal.. I guess I'll just use Alt+P and Alt+N06:55
Megaqwertynonix4: I have no idea what you just said, but I haven't had any problems running it from bash or vice-versa06:56
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Flannelz0rz: /window # also works06:56
jon_anyone have a min to help a n00b ?06:56
Flannel!anyone | jon_06:56
ubotujon_: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?06:56
marty_@jon_ ask, n00b -.-06:56
jon_its wine related , here is problem06:57
jon_Warning: the specified System directory L"c:\\windows\\system32" is not accessible.06:57
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Megaqwertysport: nonix4: here is part of my .zshrc makes the switch really easy, and gives you a really sweet adaptable prompt.06:57
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Flanneljon_: Did you run winecfg before running your exe?06:57
jon_yes06:57
Megaqwertysport: nonix4: http://megaqwerty.pastebin.ca/67546206:57
marty_Oh great, consider asking WINE users themselves? Try winehq.org06:57
jon_the "c" is set there06:57
berenti have always wanted to know what does web scrapers used for??06:57
berenti have always wanted to know what does web scrapers used for??06:57
Flanneljon_: Try #winehq, they'll knwo more than I do06:57
Flannel!repeat | berent06:57
ubotuberent: 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 !patience06:57
berent!answer06:58
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about answer - try searching on http://bots.ubuntulinux.nl/factoids.cgi06:58
Flannelberent: For getting stuff of the internets.  Simple as that.06:58
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sportMegaqwerty, cool thanks06:58
berentFlannel ; but why do you want to automate and test it?06:58
z0rzFlannel: Too slow for me .. I'd rather use Alt+Num key (which is working.. just not Alt-Left and Alt-Right)06:58
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nonix4How do I add a 7.04 dvd .iso as an apt source? Do I need to manually hack in the loopback entry in fstab?06:59
Flannelz0rz: not if you're on window 7, and have to get to window 17(and don't want to reset status of the intermediates)  Multiple methods are good.06:59
Flannelnonix4: you'll mount it, then use apt-cdrom add06:59
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mjancaitisnonix4: you should be able to uncomment a line in apt-sources06:59
Megaqwertynonix4: hold on...I'll pastebin a nice nautilus script for mounting iso files06:59
nonix4Flannel: permanently ;)06:59
sonexI just checked. My kernel module (fglrx) is already in my etc/modules file. It doesn't load on startup, but if I type "insmod /lib/modules/2.6.15-27-386/misc/fglrx.ko", it loads. Is the module in the wrong spot?06:59
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marty_Well, bye!07:00
Flannelberent: test?  what?  you automate so you don't have to manually browse/recurse through sites07:00
berentFlannel : is there any tool in ubuntu like velocityscape07:01
Megaqwertynonix4: http://megaqwerty.pastebin.ca/675465 that's the mount script07:01
Flannelberent: I've never heard of velocityscrape, what does it do?07:01
Megaqwertynonix4: I'll get the unmount script if you want as well07:01
ScorpMegaqwerty, how do i save the file and exit in VI ??07:02
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berentFlannel: http://www.velocityscape.com07:02
MegaqwertyScorp: hold on...I've never used VI07:02
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Flannelberent: That webpage doesn't explain anything.  What does it actually do?07:02
z0rzFlannel: Ahh yes.. I'm always in favor of multiple methods07:02
FlannelScorp: :wq (hit escape first a few times)07:02
greenpopHow to I "install" Ubuntu from a thumbdrive, oppose to a CD-Rom?07:02
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Flannel!install | greenpop07:02
ubotugreenpop: Ubuntu can be installed in lots of ways. Please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Installation for documentation. Problems during install? See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommonProblemsInstall and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DapperReleaseNotes/UbiquityKnownIssues - See also !automate07:02
MegaqwertyScorp: yeah, what Flannel said07:02
berentFlannel: its a web scraper07:03
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Flannelberent: There are plenty (heck, one's already installed), search the repos for one you like07:03
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ckin2001scorp - press ESC, then :wq07:03
berentFlannel : which one is already installed?07:03
ckin2001eek too late07:03
ScorpTHANX, I'll just do that07:03
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nickrudnonix4, just add it to /etc/apt/sources.list: deb cdrom:/ feisty main restricted universe multiverse07:04
Scorpckin2001,  it aint happening...07:05
Vsop_vsop_vsop_vsuweewb07:05
Flannelberent: wget07:05
Scorpckin2001, okay ya, it happened07:05
Scorpthanx guys07:05
greenpopthanks07:05
berentok07:05
berentFlannel : but that;s a downloader07:06
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nickrudnonix4, scratch that, use apt-cdrom to add it to your sourceslist07:06
Flannelberent: It's not just a downloader07:07
berentFlannel :is it?07:08
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tinfuryHow I do exit x and get to a console07:08
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tinfuryI want to exit X all together07:08
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CoasterMastertinfury: CTRL + ALT + F1 (or F2 - F6)07:09
CoasterMasterto switch back: ALT + F707:09
tinfuryCoasterMaster, Will that kill x07:09
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tinfuryI want to be out all togehter07:09
berentFlannel : does wget has an UI?07:10
astro76tinfury, to stop X completely: sudo /etc/init.d/?dm stop07:10
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airwafflesoo...anyone with ideas on forcing a format on external device?07:10
tinfury?dm?07:10
CoasterMastertinfury: in a console type sudo /etc/init.d/gdm stop (using GNOME)07:10
CoasterMastertinfury: kdm for KDE and gdm for GNOME07:10
astro76tinfury, that will work whether you are using kdm gdm or xdm07:10
Sam_Wesin/dance07:10
CoasterMasteroh snap, i thought you had to replace the letter, my bad07:10
tinfuryHow do I start it back? startx?07:10
CoasterMastersame thing, but replace stop with start07:11
astro76CoasterMaster, Bash does that ;)07:11
tinfuryThanks07:11
CoasterMasterastro76: learn something new every day07:11
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tinfurylol how do I know if I'm in kde or gnome?07:11
tinfury:!07:11
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CoasterMasterare you using regular Ubuntu?07:11
tinfuryyea07:11
Evanlecif ur in KDE everything will have a K in its name lol ;p07:11
tarelerulzI am running ktorrent and when I get really fast download I can't get net.07:12
tinfuryfeisty07:12
CoasterMastertinfury: then you're in GNOME07:12
tinfuryok thanks07:12
tarelerulzI mean in the 600 kb ran07:12
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CoasterMastertinfury: kubuntu uses KDE07:12
tarelerulzI don't remember have this problem before07:12
astro76tarelerulz, using a router?07:12
multiversels07:13
tarelerulzYes I am using a router astro7607:13
Flannelberent: No07:13
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TylerJGilliesis it possible to combine two WLAN netwrks to boost bandwidth without a MIMO card?07:14
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gersohello room07:16
gersocan someone tell me the command to become root in the terminal please07:16
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tarelerulzI am just lost what would make you not get net when downloading07:16
astro76tarelerulz, a lot of consumer routers have real problems handling lots of connections, some will have a setting to decrease the time for connection states to be dropped07:16
Flannelgerso: Why do you want a root terminal?07:16
sapumalwhat is the best pdf editor available for ubuntu.07:16
astro76tarelerulz, which could help, some have to be reset sometimes...07:16
sonexgerso: try "sudo bash"07:16
gersoi am trying to install some files07:16
Flannelsonex: no.07:17
Flannelgerso: Use sudo07:17
astro76!root | gerso07:17
ubotugerso: Do not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth.. there is no root password. Then you will see that it is sudo that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo07:17
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gersosonex that did the trick, thanks07:17