tripte1is there anything like "xterm --start-in-this-path=/foobar/" t from say thunaso I can call i01:30
tripte1it from say thunar or nautils01:30
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riciin thunar, right click on a folder and select "open terminal here"01:36
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cheeseboyhow do i scan ip for open ports?04:19
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cellofellowI know there is dictionaries built-in the Linux, is there a thesaurus?06:01
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mindframehrmm i can't startx.  error: "Could not init font path element /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/misc, removing from list!  Waiting for X server to shut down FreeFontPath: FPE "/usr/share/fonts/X11/misc" refcount is 2, should be 1; fixing08:36
mindframewhats up?08:36
anonymousehello...any helpers?08:38
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nikolamHelloI want to install Iceape from debian and it needs some librarios that I don`t have here in 7.04. How should I go ? Should I add debian repository in synaptic or just add gutsy and stay with 7.04 version in synaptic (while installing app is looking for libraries there).11:25
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c0desomeone out there knowing sth. about xfs?11:32
c0dei.e. x font server11:32
nikolamHmm i used xfs for a time, bud dunno much11:38
c0defollowing scenario11:41
c0dei want to connect to hpux11:42
c0deper xdmcp11:43
c0deso i have to use the fontservice by hpux11:43
c0deotherwise cde wont start11:44
c0dethis works11:44
c0denext  problem:11:44
c0dei also have to connect to solaris11:45
c0deso i would have to add 2 xfs11:45
c0debut: this is all done by nx, where you only can enter _1_ xfs11:45
c0demy question is: what fonts does xfs provide? my idea was to set up 1 xfs on linux, which is a client for a solaris _and_ hpux and also plays server11:46
c0deso that i enter this ip in nx and it automatically loads the fonts from the 2 enterprise-unices11:47
nikolamHey! xfs is File system11:57
nikolamWhat do you think when you say xfs?11:57
DuClare12'32'32 <       c0de> i.e. x font server11:57
nikolamSo, I used file system. ;)11:58
nikolamcOde: try nested X on x?11:59
c0dexnest? sure. this is the way i do it. my users use tsclient, which spawns xdmcp12:00
nikolamc0de Had any expirience with Xephyr?12:05
c0debut looks interesting12:07
nikolamMultiterminal on one machine, with dual core theese days, it makes perfect sense.12:08
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c0deyes sure12:11
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Ben_Cswhat's up guys?12:17
totalwormfaceoh gods, i'm going to say sky :[12:21
nikolamC0de needs solution for multiple x font server12:21
nikolamtotalwormface ? :)12:22
DuClaretotalwormface, well, that's allright12:22
DuClareI usually just say `heaven`. ;)12:22
totalwormface:] 12:22
c0deyes, really need some help -.-12:27
Ben_Cswell, who's up to solving a little net disconnection problem then?12:28
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c0dehello again :)02:18
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c0deis here anyone who knows about nfs?02:18
c0dei have a nasty problem here02:18
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ch40sI need help getting my PCMCIA wireless card working03:18
ch40sanyone have experience doing that?03:18
darrendwhich card is it, and what problem are you having?03:22
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KurdishSniperHi, I am trying to install Xubuntu on my laptop, its quite old, but i cant seem to be able to do so. I would be grateful if someone could give me some guidance.05:03
vinzeHave you tried the Alternate CD?05:03
KurdishSnipercurrenty i have XP pro with service pack 2 on it05:04
KurdishSniperi downloaded the "usual" one05:04
KurdishSniperfor INTEL05:04
vinzeAnd what did not work?05:04
KurdishSniperit  doesnt even get to the stage where it shows how it looks like05:04
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DuClaredoes it say anything..05:05
DuClarelike error messages05:05
KurdishSnipergets into a blue screen with a frozen mouse.05:05
KurdishSniperPNPBIOS fault05:05
KurdishSniperattempt to recover failed05:05
KurdishSnipercouldnt turn it off05:05
DuClarecouldn't turn what off?05:06
DuClarecan you turn off pnp support in bios?05:06
KurdishSniperPnP Bios05:06
KurdishSniperi have no clue what that is05:06
DuClareplug and play I suppose05:06
KurdishSniperi went to the BIOS05:06
KurdishSniperbut didnt see PnP05:06
KurdishSniperso i assumed its not there05:07
The-Kernelthe BIOS to a PnP device05:07
KurdishSniperit says unexpected status 0x3705:07
The-Kerneldo you have anything other then your mouse/keyboard/monitor/speakers plugged in?05:08
KurdishSniperi have formated my laptop couple of times and reinstalled win xp on it no problem05:08
KurdishSniperi have my 3G data card, but i usually unplug it when i try to install Xubuntu05:09
The-Kernelwhat OS version do you have, what type of laptop is it05:10
KurdishSniperI have Mobile Intel Pentium IIIE, 500 MHz , and the motherboard is Mitac PWA-7020, it has 128 MB  (SDRAM)05:10
KurdishSniperits Viglen Dossier LX05:10
KurdishSnipercurrently running  Microsoft Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 205:11
KurdishSniperBIOS type is SystemSoft05:11
KurdishSniperMy intention is to delete XP all together and just have Xubuntu running on it...05:12
KurdishSniperBIOS Version R1.0105:14
The-Kernelwell, after googling/ubuntuforuming it, it looks like there might be a device on your motherboard that's incompatible with ubuntu05:15
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KurdishSniperanything i can do about it?05:18
KurdishSniperi really want to ditch microsoft for good if i could05:19
KurdishSniperThanks alot The-Kernel, really appreciate your help.05:19
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slaye1Hi there05:20
ch40sI need help getting my PCMCIA wireless card working05:20
ch40sanyone have experience doing that?05:20
slaye1Is there any way to start applications maximized?05:20
slaye1ch40s: What card is it?05:20
The-KernelKurdishSniper: download Knopix and see how that runs05:20
ch40sDWL-650 (D-Link)05:21
KurdishSniperThe-Kernel: Many Thanks, really appreciate your help.05:21
slaye1And why does the xfce menu refer to open office insteed of open office writer05:21
KurdishSniperill try Knopix and hope that would work05:22
slaye1ch40s: Maybe this will help? http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-8823.html05:23
slaye1Anyone got an idea on the "writer issue"?05:23
slaye1Oh and how to start maximized.05:23
slaye1ch40s: Maybe this is better: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=29617905:24
ch40si can install via expert mode?05:24
slaye1Must be in the text based installer05:24
slaye1But the howto dont require that.05:25
The-KernelKurdishSniper: Knopix has great hardware support, if you get an error make sure you write it down05:25
KurdishSniperThe-Kernel: Thanks pal, really appreciate it, I will write it down and see what it says.05:26
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KurdishSniperThe-Kernel: but with Xubuntu, did suggest that i update the Bios, but its support has been discontinued05:27
KurdishSniperit also said05:27
ch40sslaye1: It couldnt find the first package it says to install05:27
KurdishSniperPnpBIOS: Set_dev_node unexpected error05:28
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slaye1ch40s: It seems to be in the universe repo. It it enabled?05:29
KurdishSniperPnpBIOS: Set_dev_node unexpected status 0x3705:30
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The-KernelKurdishSniper: yeah I'm pretty sure it's a device on your motherboard that's incompatible05:30
KurdishSniperim reading something off google...05:31
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Wizardhey there05:40
Wizardi have few questions05:43
Wizard1: will xubuntu/ppc allow me to boot both linux and os x?05:43
Wizard2: will my ati graphics work with 3d acceleration ?05:43
Snoopoticafter booting up from hibernate-mode I cant connect to the internet :/ I have a pcmcia-card is there a possibility to reconnect?05:43
SnoopoticWizard 1) a bootloader will make it possible to load one of you both osses (not both at one time but you can choose at bootup)05:45
PumpernickelWizard: 1: yes. 2: maybe, depending on which card.05:45
SnoopoticWizard 2) .. .:D Pumpernickel said05:45
PumpernickelKurdishSniper: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=30548005:45
WizardPumpernickel: i don't remember now :)05:45
WizardSnoopotic: and what with data sharing ?05:46
Wizardi would like to set up 1 partition which will be writable both by linux and os x.05:46
Wizardwhich fs should i choose?05:46
SnoopoticIm noit firm with os x but I guess both can handle ext3 well05:47
Wizardi hope so :/05:47
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KurdishSniperPumpernickel, Thanks pal.05:48
PumpernickelMacOS X doesn't support ext3 natively, and Linux's HFS+ support is a bit sketchy.05:49
PumpernickelThere's an independent project to bring ext2/3 to OS X: http://sourceforge.net/projects/ext2fsx/05:50
PumpernickelAnd if that doesn't work, there's always FAT.05:50
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Wizardfat on 40GB ?05:50
Wizardok, i'll just try :)05:52
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Snoopotichmm does anyone has an idea what I meant with my question?05:53
wbadgerwhat was your question?05:53
Snoopoticwhy after awaking from hibernation my "internet" doesnt work.05:55
wbadgerdoes it always work if you don't hibernate?05:56
Snoopoticxubuntu has no such nice network manager-tool like ubuntu has (may I install it? hows it called?) so I cant manually simply restart the pcmcia adapter05:56
Snoopoticyes usual booting works well05:57
wbadgerI believe it does have the same things as ubuntu05:57
SnoopoticI believe too but I currently couldnt find :D05:57
wbadgerare you sure it's not the same one as system -> Networking?05:58
wbadgerIn the XFCE menu I mean05:58
Snoopoticin ubuntu you have an taskbaricon :D05:58
SnoopoticI only know it frm screenshots.05:58
Snoopoticor screenvideos, I cant really confirm :D05:59
wbadgermaybe it is network-manager? try sudo apt-get install network-manager06:00
Snoopoticnah the problem is,... It seems I need to restart or reload the pcmcia-adapter-thingy I found a hint to do /etc/init.d/pcmcia restart ... but I dont have any /etc/init.d/pcmcia :/06:01
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wbadgerbut you have /etc/pcmcia ..06:02
SnoopoticI have a /etc/init.d/pcmciautils and whatever I type there I get: "* PCMCIA bridge driver already present in kernel" :(06:03
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wbadgerhow about the command pccardctl06:05
wbadgertry "pccardctl ls"06:05
Snoopoticthis has an output, do want it?06:06
Snoopoticdo you*06:06
wbadgerit has no output for my computer and I don't really understand a lot about these stuff06:07
Snoopoticlol ^^06:07
wbadgerbut I know you can try "pccardctl reset" too. type "pccardctl" to see the available commands for it06:07
Snoopotichmm ok tht works. but there seems another problem too :D06:13
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SnoopoticI can do pccardctl eject and then insert... so my card gets reinitialised. but it still seems not to establish a wlan.connection06:14
wbadgerwhat is the output of "ifconfig"?06:14
ch40swhats the xubuntu text editor?06:15
wbadgerch40s, mousepad06:15
wbadgerch40s, but you can choose any other one of course06:15
ch40swhen i open sources.list its blank06:15
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ch40sis it in a different directory?06:15
wbadgerit is in /etc/apt/sources.list06:16
ch40sit shouldnt be blank should it?06:16
wbadgerno it shouldn't06:16
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ch40swhen i sudo mousepad /etc/apt/sources.list it comes up blank06:17
ch40sbut i navigated to it06:17
wbadgerwhen I sudo mousepad /etc/apt/sources.list it comes up with its content and a red warning that I am editing the file with root permissions..06:18
Snoopoticwbadger there is ra0 that is my wlan-adapter... it tells its connected but not to where... and on my router I see its NOT connected to that... it only has an ipv6 adress no ipv4 ... so it may need to reload that one ... on windows i was used to do "ipconfig --renew" :D something similar here?06:18
PumpernickelYou may have overwritten it by accident.  You can regenerate an appropriate file here: http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic/06:18
ch40snaw its fine it didnt edit it06:19
wbadgerch40s, check if "cat /etc/apt/sources.list" works06:19
ch40sfile>opened it in mousepad06:19
ch40sthis PCMCIA card is proving to be a real pain06:20
wbadgerSnoopotic, I believe you would use ifup and ifdown for the interfaces... so "ifup ra0" I guess06:20
Snoopoticaah :D06:21
wbadgerI hope that means it works :)06:21
Snoopoticnow... how to implement this to happen automaticallly from awaking from hibernate ? :D06:22
Snoopoticmy girlfried otherwise forces me to switch back to xp :D but its just a small 450mhz and 128mbram laptop to watch movies in bed :D xubuntu is best choose for that :D06:23
wbadgerI am not sure about that but you can at least put all all those commands in a .sh file on your desktop so it will be easier..06:23
wbadgerI agree that it's a good choice06:24
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tarntowanyone know how to fix a damaged repository or switch to use the backup?06:32
PumpernickelHow is it damaged?06:35
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tarntowpumpernickel: chopping and changing too much then just said something to do with /var/lib/apt/lists/lock not found...06:42
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Snoopoticnow I have just a small problem: I automount with fstab on boot: " //windowspc1/folder /home/bla/blubb smbfs  ro ... 0 0 " after doing ifdown && ifup I cannot acces this folder ./ is there a way to reload the fstab mountrules?06:50
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zoredacheSnoopotic: you really probably shouldn't automount network volumes in your fstab...07:49
zoredacheSnoopotic: instead it would be better to setup autofs07:49
zoredacheSnoopotic: but anyway an mount -a should remount everything listed in the fstab07:50
zoredacheof course if they filesystem is mounted, but unhappy then 'mount -a' won't do anything07:51
Snoopoticah hadnt autofs installed...08:01
Snoopoticdo you know a good tutorial mounting smb-folder with automount? otherwise I will take what I find :D08:02
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arcihey there. ist there no network manager in xubuntu ?08:59
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Snoopoticnot such nice as on gnome...09:00
arcican i use gnome one?09:00
TheSheeparci: yes09:00
TheSheepalso, since gutsy, we will have the gnome one by default09:00
TheSheepor so I've heard09:00
arciok nice09:00
arcibut first of all i need to connect to my wlan09:01
arciwhere do i find the network mananger in xfc4 ?09:01
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about eifi - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi09:01
TheSheep!wifi | arci09:01
ubotuarci: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs09:01
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arciit doesnt have support for WPA?09:13
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs09:14
TheSheeparci: I think you need to install wpasupplicant09:14
TheSheeparci: details should be documented in that manual09:14
arciok i take the wire to connect to internet09:15
arcibut then i can install gnome networkmanager right?09:15
arciim new into xfce09:16
arciold gnome user09:16
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Snoopoticyeehaw :D09:22
Snoopoticnow I can hibernate and wake up and go on :D09:22
TheSheepSnoopotic: what about your laptop?09:23
Snoopoticyup :D09:23
Snoopoticah TheSheep :D I needed to add "apm power_off=1" into /etc/modules09:24
Snoopoticthe kernel-option "acpi=force" was/is no good idea on my laptop :D09:25
TheSheepSnoopotic: ah, that's why it was forced off09:25
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Snoopoticthe next was the problem, that after awaking from hibernate, wlan/networking didn't work :D09:26
SnoopoticI made a small script that does ifdown ra0  and ifup ra0  :D then I also cann access internet :D09:27
piliHi, woe do I change the number of desktops I need in the pager?09:27
TheSheeppili: settings->workspaces and margins09:27
pilithanx! TheSheep09:28
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ifconfig - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi09:35
Merchelo!info ifconfig09:35
ubotuPackage ifconfig does not exist in feisty, feisty-seveas09:35
TheSheep!botabuse | Merchelo09:35
ubotuMerchelo: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (see also !Bot). Abusing the channel bots will only result in angry ops...09:35
TheSheep!info iputils | Merchelo09:36
ubotumerchelo: Package iputils does not exist in feisty, feisty-seveas09:36
TheSheep!info iputil | Merchelo09:36
ubotumerchelo: Package iputil does not exist in feisty, feisty-seveas09:36
Mercheloit's ok09:36
TheSheepMerchelo: ah, seems it's in net-tools09:37
TheSheepSnoopotic: old habits from a different distro09:38
Snoopoticif I changed sth in /etc/sudoers do I hve to restart sthg ?09:38
TheSheepSnoopotic: if you did it properly using visudo, then no09:39
nikolamI have a question about suspend/resume/hibernate and usb modem. I have script in /etc/rc5.d/S99rc.local that starts my Adsl connection over Usb modem on every boot. But when I suspend/resume Connextion stops working. How to make it restart/work again after returning from suspend/hibernate?09:40
Snoopoticlike I did .D09:41
Snoopoticifdown / ifup the device :D09:41
nikolamnothing more?09:41
nikolamso I must manually ifdown it?09:42
nikolambefore suspend/hibernate09:42
Snoopoticseems so. I made a script :D09:42
nikolamCould you please share the script :)09:42
nikolamI suppose you make it automatticaly ifdown id before suspend/hibernate and automatically ifup after?09:43
Snoopoticcurrently try to find out how to use a link on my desktop that sudoes my script without porompting the password :D09:43
nikolamWhere to find your script? i hope it is commented or so09:43
Snoopoticlol its no big thing ^^09:44
TheSheepSnoopotic: gksu09:44
TheSheepSnoopotic: ah, it will prompt for password09:44
TheSheepSnoopotic: just graphically09:44
SnoopoticI let it open in terminal09:44
Snoopoticits a shellscript.09:44
Snoopoticnikolam do oyu speak german?09:45
nikolamlol It is art. Tell me where to put it and ill tell you how it behaves :)09:45
nikolamnope, but I hope i will learn one day :)09:45
Snoopotichmm ok... its because I found a link :D09:45
nikolamGive it give it.09:45
Snoopoticits german... _._09:46
nikolammaybe translate a bit or use babelfish.altavista :)09:46
nikolamOk thanks :)09:46
nikolamFor exchange i have solution for Not showing startup screen on every Ooo start :)09:46
TheSheepnikolam: that's in the settings09:47
nikolamInterested ? I have a link.. :)09:47
SnoopoticTheSheep I edited the /etc/sudoers putting that line in: "%users     ALL = NOPASSWD: /usr/local/bin/resetwlan" and on my desktopo I have a startlink to "sudo /usr/local/bin/resetwlan" to be executed in shell... it starts the shell but asks for the password :/09:48
Snoopoticshell means "terminal" :D09:49
nikolamLike it irritates me asking for passwor every time I start Firestarter :(09:50
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fuciHi, I'm having bit of an problem, some of my icons are missing :/ Did a fresh install of basic Ubuntu 7.04 and then on top of it I installed xubuntu-desktop package.09:54
fuciHere's a url09:54
fucito what I mean :<09:55
nikolamfuci: Nothing is missing09:55
nikolamXfce is configurable, it can be anywhere on screen, wide as you like and dinamically change size09:56
nikolamlook at it as on mac os icons. you also can have multiple bars09:56
nikolamThat what you have is default xfce09:56
nikolamYou can rearege teh way you like09:57
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nikolamfuci: Right-click on it and choose customize panel09:58
nikolamOr you think on: missing icons on Xfce settings manager.. aaah09:59
nikolamSee user interface and see at icons you like10:00
fucii've changed them :/10:00
fucii can give you nice snapshot10:00
nikolamI use Tango theme as default on Xubuntu`s Xfce10:02
nikolamtango for icons andClearlooks for the rest10:02
fuciAll the others icons changes, as I change the icon-theme, but those few that doesn't have any icon, wont change (suprise)10:03
nikolamWhat theme and what icon theme10:05
fuciTheme: Xfce-4.210:05
fuciIcontheme: XubuntuStudio10:05
nikolamchoose clearlooks10:05
nikolamand icon theme tango10:06
nikolamI dont have iconstudio here. Maybe is that10:06
arciwhen i do sudo apt-get install irssi10:06
nikolamDid it fix?10:06
arcii get alot of error10:06
fuciNo effect on the hiding icons :310:07
arcianyone understand all those crappy errors?10:07
fuciWell, I might as well try rebooting my system. brb10:07
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fuciNo effect.10:11
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Thurin1How do I stop XFCE from shutting off my monitor ever 15 minutes or so?11:18
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gerrohow can I get iso mounting support in my gui?11:27
gerroI found this guide for nautilus http://www.ubuntugeek.com/mount-and-unmout-iso-images-without-burning-them.html11:27
gerrowill it work for thunar?11:28
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Thurin1gerro, Not to my knowledge, no.11:37
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Thurin1Nautilus is a bit more 'advanced' than Thunar, Thunar is quite basic...11:38
KilrooThurin1: System > Screensaver Settings, isn't it?11:38
Thurin1Kilroo, I do not have a screen saver settings.. :|11:38
Thurin1Perhaps I should install one..11:38
KilrooMine came with that.11:39
Thurin1Since I am not actually in Xubuntu.. but Debian with XFCE, but since Ubuntu is based on Debian I would think the procedure would be relatively the same...11:39
gerroThurin1: my question was how to add scripts to the right click function11:40
gerrothat should be possible for thunar or xfce which ever but how would I go about doing it, surely its not the same method right?11:41
gerrohttp://onlyubuntu.blogspot.com/2007/06/mount-and-unmount-isomdfnrg-images.html never mind this app seems to cover all that and then some :D11:43
gerrowonder if I can use that for remastering xubuntu CDs11:43
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msmauricioBoa noite a todos12:20
msmauriciogostaria que no meu xubutu ficasse a mostra os icones no desktop, algum poderia ajudar?12:20
TheSheep!es | msmauricio12:20
Ubotumsmauricio: Si busca ayuda en Espaol por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, all obtendr mas ayuda.12:20
msmauriciook, thanks12:21
TheSheepmsmauricio: I could help you if you tell me what "mostra" means :)12:22
msmauriciomostra is equal visualizations12:22
msmauricioi like view icons in my desktop12:23
msmauricioicons, my computer, trash12:23
TheSheepmsmauricio: settings -> desktop settings -> behavior12:23
TheSheepmsmauricio: there are settings to enable the icons12:24
msmauriciowho to change language of xubuntu?12:24
TheSheepmsmauricio: you can choose language on the login screen12:25
msmauriciomy xubuntu is language portuguese12:25
msmauriciook, very thanks12:25
TheSheepmsmauricio: go to system->language support  to install additional languages12:25
TheSheepmsmauricio: adjustes ->12:26
TheSheepajustes desktop12:26
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TheSheepthen the "comportamento"12:26
TheSheepor something like that12:26
TheSheepusing http://translate.google.com12:26
UbotuSorry, I don't know anything about po - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi12:27
UbotuPor favor use #ubuntu-br ou #ubuntu-pt  para ajuda em portugus. Obrigado.12:27
TheSheepmsmauricio: sorry for confusing with Spanish12:27
msmauriciono problem12:27
msmauricionow, i go install support of others language12:28
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herdAnyone on gutsy in here?01:02
UbotuA large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?01:03
herdOK. The question is: Since gutsy, GTK-Tooltips seem broken, not correctly located. Is this going to be fixed in GTK upstream or should a XFCE developer work around?01:04
TheSheepherd: "correctly located"? seem fine for me...01:05
TheSheepherd: they are located just below and to the right of the mouse cursor01:06
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herdWell, in feisty, tooltips would not cover the panels and update several times a second, so that net/cpu load etc. updates could be seen.01:07
TheSheepherd: maybe report a bug about it01:08
TheSheepherd: or is it reported already?01:08
herdI did not find such a report or bug so I was asking myself if it as my system only. Do your panel item tooltips behave differently since feisty?01:10
TheSheepherd: I didn't notice any change, but I don't really use any tooltips for anything01:10
Jester45i bet you move to fast for them to come up or you dont use a mouse01:11
herdI'm developing a media player remote panel item and I'm not really happy that they take five seconds to appear.01:12
TheSheepherd: I believe you can set it in your gtk settings somehow01:12
TheSheepJester45: I use a tablet01:13

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