ubotuIf an APT front-end crashed and your database is locked, try this in a !terminal: « sudo fuser -vki /var/lib/dpkg/lock;sudo dpkg --configure -a »00:00
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about acpi - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi00:02
Mace68worth a shot lol00:03
sven_Is there anything known about adept manager crashing your X server when installing software? this has happened to me various times already..00:03
ThylioYeah me to. been getting it alot latly00:03
sven_adept downloads the software, and in the moment its starts the installation, BOOOOM, X restarts to the login screen00:03
sven_then I try it again with the same software, and there is no problem at all.. it just installs ok00:04
sven_Thylio, anything to fix that?00:04
galorinapt-get  on the command line?00:05
ThylioNo srry, havent gotten that noob just jet00:05
ThylioMent neerd00:06
ThylioI also have another problem, when i try to install somthing, i get a message saing that the packagemanger has failed to download, or the files cant open properly.00:08
level1_Hi, I got gutsy when it was in beta and have been upgrading it... when gutsy came out officially, adept started asking me to upgrade (to gutsy?)... should I run the update manager00:10
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Angelusno level1_ it's a bug00:11
stdinlevel1_: you can, it'll do no harm. but you are already on gutsy (it's a known bug that it still asks)00:11
Angelusan adept bug00:11
Angelusi doubt its an adept bug do00:12
level1_okay, good00:12
Angelusi think its a gutsy bug00:12
stdinif you enable gutsy-proposed you'll get the update00:12
ThylioIt usualy just shutdown under updating anyways00:12
Angeluscause no website/program detects gutsy00:12
sub[t]rnlmy nmap sure does00:12
Angelusif you go to frostwire.com for example00:13
Angelusit will not give you the ubuntu download automatically like it used to do on feisty00:13
stdinthat's up to frostwire.com. nothing we can do00:13
sub[t]rnlwhats that have to do with the adept bug?00:13
barbarosi just want to thank all kubuntu developper sincerely00:13
ThylioAbout forstwire, i cant install it, beacause i dont have Java,   But when i try so install java in adept, i just get a failure message!00:14
barbarosgood job really :)00:14
stdinbarbaros: tell them in #kubuntu-devel that's where they hang out :)00:14
AngelusThylio: its not a failure masage ,   its you not accepting java's licence agrement00:15
ubuntu_Does anyone have an idea why iwconfig will stop working after wpa_supplicant is used and closed? NDISwrapper driver. Once wpa_supplicant closes, the data in iwconfig "locks" and I suddenly can't set anything like SSID or frequency, and threfore I can't associate. WPA supplicant still works, so it's not broken. The only way to fix it is to reload the ndiswrapper driver.00:15
ThylioAngelus; The thing is, i do accept the licence. I press "I agree" every time i try.00:16
ubuntu_no errors in any log files that i know of, "set essid" shows up in iwevent, etc00:16
ubuntu_but i can't change anything00:16
ThylioAngelus: Do u think its bether if i install java in konsole00:17
sub[t]rnlndiswrapper has some limitations that a manufacturer driver goes around, such as setting your iwconfig to monitor mode.  Not sure Thylio but I ran across someone with a similiar problem on a forum00:18
sub[t]rnlsee if I can dig it up00:18
ubuntu_iwconfig works befire I start up wpa supplicant, so it doesn't shut it off at the start00:18
AngelusThylio:  go to adept , and there's a package called , "kubuntu-restrected-extras" something like that, just search for kubuntu it will pop it out. install it, it will install java00:19
ThylioAngelus: Okay00:19
ubuntu_on a related note, iwlist scan doesn't update at all00:20
Angelusfinaly, some seeders on the dvd torrent!00:20
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about apfix - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi00:20
Angelus300+kB/s , nice00:20
ubotuIf an APT front-end crashed and your database is locked, try this in a !terminal: « sudo fuser -vki /var/lib/dpkg/lock;sudo dpkg --configure -a »00:20
ubuntu_if it were in monitor mode, i would think that would still work00:20
ubuntu_I have to go for a few minutes.00:22
ThylioI still got problem while downloading package!00:24
Thyliono please00:25
Angelusit's fun00:25
Angelusi formated 5times 2days ago00:26
ThylioNo, i hate it. Only got a 40gig harddrive, so i dont bother to partition my hdd.00:26
ThylioJeez, xmms  went offline to -.-00:27
Angelusyou're pc is getting evil00:29
Angelustried to reboot?00:29
ThylioWell, school in 5houres, i'm guessing ill be back tomorrow with new problems.00:29
NgoIs there a way to use key sequences to switch keyboard layouts in kubuntu?00:29
ThylioTomorrow is a new day! Maybe it's fixed by then:)00:30
ubuntu_Any ideas on my ndiswrapper roblem?00:30
ubuntu_there are a few computers around with the same wireless cards and they do fine00:31
andresjhi, I am currently upgrading my system from Feisty to Gutsy, but it threw me an error. something about debconf not being able to install, "segmentation fault". Then there was an error installing the next two packages, and now it's stalled on zlib1g-dev. any thoughts?00:31
andresjapparently, I'm not the only one with this problem: www.mail-archive.com/ubuntu-bugs@lists.ubuntu.com/msg516806.html00:33
Angelussomebody knows how to edit the livedvd/livecd boot up script from an iso image? i wanna stop a program from runing on startup00:34
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andresji want to cancel it, but then it would render my computer "unusable"...00:37
fluffmanandresj: you'll probably have to cancel00:38
fluffmanand install from the CD00:38
andresjmm... what about my data?00:38
andresjis there an option in the cd to upgrade00:38
ubuntu_what kind of vital information do you have on it? you can mount your HD fro mthe livecd00:38
ubuntu_and copy anything to a sub00:39
andresjwell, I doubt I can copy all my files to an usb of 2GB...00:39
fluffmanthe live cd comes with K3B00:39
fluffmanand NTFS write support00:40
ubuntu_do you have another computer that you can transfer files over to?00:40
fluffmanso you can burn a DVD or backup to an external HDD00:40
andresjmm... yes, but it doesn't have that much space, either.00:40
andresjI might be able to repartition the disk00:40
andresjand use a new partition to install gutsy...00:40
fluffmanyeah if you have enough room that would def. work00:40
andresjlet me see... `kdf`00:41
andresjhow can i see how much space do i have?00:41
andresjkinfocenter crashes after i click on anything, and kdf is not installed...00:42
makuseruis there anyway to turn a .swf (just a flash movie not a flash game or anything, into some other video format?00:42
fluffmanandresj: open konqueror00:42
fluffmanto your root directory00:42
fluffmanand it should tell you along the bottom00:42
andresjfluffman, never mind, i opened gparted :)00:42
andresjwow, ok I have about 4 times available space than what is used00:43
andresjso I guess i'll download the gutsy disk and reinstall...00:43
andresjI was hoping I didn't have to reinstall linux again... (well, to think of it, it's been ~3 months)00:43
shuktyhi  my question is : i got amule i wonna set a list of ip address to block how can i do it [ ip server list ] tnx00:44
andresjwell, thanks fluffman and ubuntu_00:44
dcossonhas anyone had any trouble with usb hard drives automounting since upgrading to gutsy?00:48
shuktyi got same probl00:48
andresjdcosson, how did you upgrade to gutsy? (I had to cancel it, because it stalled in the middle)00:49
dcossonandresj:  fresh install.  automounted fine under feisty00:49
dcosson(using the live cd installer as opposed to the alternate installer.  haven't tried the alternate)00:50
andresjoh. ok. I don't know anything about that problem (sorry); I just wanted to see if I didn't _have_ to do a fresh install :)00:50
ubuntu_all my flash drives are mounting fine00:50
ubuntu_I had one problem where I mounted a second HD to copy files before doing a fresh install, and thereafter linux kept trying to mount my flash drive to that mount point00:51
ubuntu_instead of the normal one, meaning i kept getting permission errors00:51
fluffmanyou'll need to edit /etc/fstab00:52
fluffmanor maybe mtab00:52
ubotuThe /etc/fstab file indicates how drive partitions are to be used or otherwise integrated into the file system. See http://www.tuxfiles.org/linuxhelp/fstab.html and !Partitions00:52
ubuntu_well i just deleted the mount point because i didn't need it anymore, and that fixed it00:52
dcossoni hate to say it, but the default ubuntu desktop in gutsy has been easier for me to use, and nicer, than kubuntu00:53
Tm_TI wonder what does current default look00:54
dcossoncurrent default ubuntu has compositing effects enabled by default that were cool and fluid out of the box... the install-restricted-codecs thing when launching proprietary media in totem was handy too00:55
ubuntu_also, kopete crashes whenever I try to connect to MSN with it00:55
dcossonkaffeine just throws an error when i try to play proprietary media.  i mean i know how to do it, it's just that they've made it easier.00:56
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Tm_Tubuntu_: really?00:58
Tm_Tdcosson: I thought it should do like totem00:59
shuktycan i ask where is the path of amule ?00:59
dcossoni hate totem as a media player.  but that was cool.00:59
Tm_Tdcosson: yes, but I think we should have same ability in KDE side01:00
dcossoni hate gnome in general but i am using it until i can figure out my automounting problem01:00
Tm_Tshukty: no idea, never even seen amule01:00
fluffmanshould swap go at the end of a drive, or the beginning?01:00
Tm_Tfluffman: as you like01:00
Tm_Tdcosson: what problem?01:00
Kr4t05fluffman: Doesn't matter. :P01:00
fluffmanjust wondering01:00
dcossonTm_T:  usb HD does not automount since upgrading to gutsy01:01
fluffmanI've always put it at the end, but never really thought about it01:01
Tm_Tdcosson: automount when plugging in?01:01
dcossonTm_T: does under gnome/ubuntu but not under kubuntu01:01
dcossonTm_T: no, when booting up01:01
ubuntu_Tm_T yeah, both in my guysy install and the liveCD01:01
Tm_Tdcosson: booting up? hmm, thats something I dont know01:01
dcossonTm_T:  if after bootup I unplug the USB and plug it back in, it mounts01:01
dcossonbut that's really irritating and gnome does it so until i figure it out i'm living in ubuntu01:02
Tm_Tubuntu_: in gutsy install, go and install kdenetwork-dbg, run kopete from Konsole and pastebin ale traces you get thanks01:02
Tm_Tdcosson: have you check your automount settings in KDE yet?01:03
dcossonTm_T: i glanced over them, everything looked right01:03
Tm_Tdcosson: doublecheck01:03
dcossoni'm going to go over to kde and look again :-)01:03
shuktyi can t find the folder of .amule is it hidden or ... pls s.o.s.01:03
andresjshutky, how are you looking for it?01:04
dcossonThis is a really noob question but I've never really used 2 desktop environments at once... is it possible to go from gnome to kde and have all of my apps stay open?01:04
andresjshukty, how are you looking for it?01:04
shuktyi m looking for the location of .amule01:04
ubuntu_holy shit, 243mb01:04
shuktyindeed tnx01:05
stdin!language | ubuntu_01:05
ubotuubuntu_: Please watch your language and topic, and keep this channel family friendly.01:05
ubuntu_Tm_T: i'm on the livecd right now so I can't do it. can i email it to you when i get home?01:05
Tm_Tubuntu_: just pastebin it and /msg me01:05
Angelusis there a way to stop a program from runing on startup on the livecd/dvd ?01:06
Tm_Tif I'm not online, there's nuclear war going on and you shouldnt be in irc01:06
andresjAngelus, I guess you could creaet a new livecd, modifying that part. there is a guide somewhere...01:07
Dragnslcrubuntu_- talking about Kopete crashing with MSN?01:07
Tm_TDragnslcr: yes01:07
DragnslcrYeah, it's a known issue01:07
Tm_TDragnslcr: it is? what bugnumber?01:07
DragnslcrA lot of people have reported it01:07
Angelusandresj: can you find it for me? al i wanna disable is powernowd, cause it crashes my system and i have to make a forced reboot as soon as it starts01:08
DragnslcrLet me see if I can find it in the mailing list01:08
Tm_TDragnslcr: thanks01:08
andresjAngelus, it's a somewhat lengthy process, and it allows you to install/remove programs and edit everything you want in the livecd. here is the link: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization01:09
aaron_so...tell me again how to do an in place upgrade from 7.04 to 7.1001:10
stdinseen the link in the topic ?01:10
Angelusandresj: isn't there an easy way to just stop powernowd from runing on startup? like a kernel parametre01:11
DragnslcrTm_T- Bug 150913 is the first number I happen to come across01:11
aaron_ah thanks01:11
Tm_TDragnslcr: not related01:11
ubuntu_i have 800mb in swap space left but it's saying i'm out of memory01:12
ubuntu_when trying to install that debug program01:13
Dragnslcrhttp://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=149623 I think is the original report01:13
andresj[my internet connection broke down. now it's ok] Angelus, it's a somewhat lengthy process, and it allows you to install/remove programs and edit everything you want in the livecd. here is the link: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LiveCDCustomization01:13
shuktyi can t move inside that ~/.amule/ even with root privileges ... duds can u help me again tnx01:13
stdinDragnslcr: I'm guessing you mean https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kdelibs/+bug/9875101:14
hellhoundwhat software is used to edit an existing partition?  Currently I have two partitions (/ and swap) and i want to resize my root partition and create a /home partion01:14
Angelusandresj: isn't there an easy way to just stop powernowd from runing on startup? like a kernel parametre01:14
andresjAngelus, I don't know... It might say on /path/to/mounted/cd/CHEATCODES*01:14
Dragnslcrstdin- nope, was talking about the MSN crash in Kopete01:15
stdinDragnslcr: yep, that's it01:15
Dragnslcrhellhound- you can boot from a LiveCD and use parted/gparted/qtparted01:16
Dragnslcrubuntu_- some discussion about it on launchpad as well: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/kdenetwork/+bug/15350001:17
hellhoundDragnslcr: thank you... do I need to do anything special to make the /home move as smooth as possible?01:17
aaron_cant verify the integrity of this updater tool01:17
Dragnslcrhellhound- it worked perfectly for me, but making backups of stuff never hurts01:17
aaron_what on earth01:17
hellhoundDragnslcr: ok thanks again01:17
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aaron_oh it worked this time...I hope upgrading doesn't break everything01:19
DragnslcrNot everything01:19
DragnslcrYour keyboard will probably still work01:19
aaron_argh why is there still an old version of xchat in the repos01:19
Angelusandresj: editing the dvd/cd looks fun, so i'll give a try using your guide, thanks.01:20
andresjAngelus, no prob. I agree it looks fun, I just didn't have any creative ideas to modify to livecd :)01:20
DragnslcrIf you have a dual-core CPU, pay attention to the default kernel option in grub after you upgrade. It got switched to -386 on me, which doesn't seem to use both cores correctly01:20
aaron_nah its an old celeron01:22
aaron_'so not that old01:22
aaron_but DANG does kubuntu run great on it01:22
aaron_I thought I'd have to go xubuntu...but nope01:22
ubuntu_do they even make celerons anymore?01:25
aaron_oh wow, changing your time preferences is pretty sweet01:25
aaron_you can put them in any order you want01:26
aaron_man...I wish I didn't play games...cause I'd use ubuntu all the time...this computer is my gfs01:26
Tm_TDragnslcr: nope, thats not relevant either01:26
XenThraLhum, my overlay seems to crap out after a while, randomly, and when I try to play videos it just shows a green image01:26
XenThraLcan only seem to fix it by restarting X01:26
ubuntu_yeah, the only thing stopping me from switching entirely to kubuntu is the games01:27
aaron_my macbook pro has os x and vista...and I only really run vista...games again01:27
Tm_Tubuntu_: games?01:27
aaron_i love team fortress 2...that game is amazing01:28
dcossonTm_T:  remember me?  my usb HD needs to show up in fstab if it's going to automount on boot right?01:28
ubuntu_games made for windows01:28
aaron_is there a util to monitor bandwidth usage?01:28
DragnslcrTm_T- what isn't relevant to what?01:28
Tm_Tdcosson: well that might help, though, because its usb, its hotplug, and IMO that would be wrong way to go01:28
ubuntu_some stuff runs with wine, but many programs have lots of graphical bugs and stuff01:28
Tm_TDragnslcr: bugreports01:28
DragnslcrTm_T- you weren't talking about Kopete crashing?01:29
Tm_TDragnslcr: yes, but havent seen any relevant report or other information01:29
Daisuke_Idowell, bnr2 took a big ol' dump :\01:29
dcossonTm_T:  ok... well, i don't get it... in the drive properties, automount is checked... the drive is there but it won't show up on the desktop unless i unplug/replug or manually go to /media/sdb1/01:30
Daisuke_Idoit hangs on deleting expired messages01:30
Tm_Tdcosson: hmm, interesting01:30
Tm_Tdcosson: I wonder if you like to have script doing that on login01:30
dcossonTm_T: yeah, that would work, but it's not the root problem, and it will irritate me lol01:31
Tm_Tdcosson: if its seamless? ;)01:31
dcossonit just bugs me that this worked perfectly under feisty01:31
Tm_Twell thats weird01:32
Tm_Tbut doh01:32
Tm_Tdcosson: anyone can verify it happens in other systems too?01:32
dcossoni haven't really run into anyone that can.  I have a feeling it's my problem, probably... i just can't figure it out01:33
Daisuke_Idoman, i don't want to give up bnr2 :(01:33
BrightEyes`any ways for watching wmv videos in  kubuntu 7.10?01:33
dcossonTm_T:  another weird thing, the drive is now located at /media/sdb1/ ... under feisty it was at /media/YURI/ (the name i gave the drive :-))01:33
dcossonBrightEyes`: you have to install proprietary codecs... there's a number of ways to do it...01:34
Tm_T!mp3 | BrightEyes`01:34
ubotuBrightEyes`: 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/FreeFormats01:34
Daisuke_Idoi think i mighta figured it out01:34
Tm_Tdcosson: and your fstab hasnt changed?01:34
dcossonthat's what i was trying to think of01:34
dcossonTm_T:  I haven't changed it.01:35
Tm_Tdcosson: if it always same sdb, go ahead and add it to fstab01:35
Tm_Tdcosson: or you have another way to identify it there01:35
dcossonit should be01:35
Tm_Tyup, UUID will do01:35
Daisuke_Idowasn't that what uuid was supposed to take care of?01:35
Daisuke_Idoor am i thinking something else...01:35
Tm_TDaisuke_Ido: no idea :p01:35
Tm_TI have only my usb key and I dont even use it really01:36
louishow do you install compiz in kubuntu?01:36
Daisuke_Ido!compiz | louis01:37
ubotulouis: Kubuntu is not shipping with compiz installed or enabled by default. You can still install it and have your eyecandy goodness. The instructions are at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/CompizFusion - further help in #compiz-fusion01:37
ubuntu_out of curiosity, why doesn't it come installed?01:38
jamauranyone know what package I have to install to get the c function man pages?01:39
Daisuke_Idoubuntu_: because it still doesn't integrate as well with kde as with gnome, and because, let's face it, until hardy is released kubuntu will continue to be ubuntu's geeky unpopular slightly neurotic little sister01:42
Daisuke_Idothen come 8.04, she blossoms and becomes more popular than her big brother could have ever dreamed!01:43
Daisuke_Idoat least, that's the plan...01:43
DragnslcrWhat's happening in 8.04?01:44
ubuntu__how can i resize my existing partition?  I am in the livecd now and I am trying to use qparted but the resize option is greyed out01:45
Tm_TDragnslcr: what exactly youre asking?01:45
DragnslcrTm_T- whatever Daisuke_Ido was saying01:45
Daisuke_IdoDragnslcr: a lot of the areas where kubuntu's falling behind are being caught up01:45
Daisuke_Idolike printing, and...  i don't remember what else, let me get the list01:46
Tm_TDaisuke_Ido: yup yup01:46
Tm_TDragnslcr: shortly said: progress!01:46
DragnslcrI tried my printer again last week (still on 7.04) and it didn't work, even though I hadn't touched it in months01:46
Daisuke_Idodown at the bottom are the major ones01:46
Daisuke_Ido*user hard disk mounting*01:46
DragnslcrI need to try it again this weekend and see if I can get it to work01:46
code_xhello everyone, i just upgraded to kubuntu 7.10 for 7.4, now i can't see to find the "berly-manager" program01:47
Daisuke_Idowell, it's beryl, and it'01:47
Daisuke_Idos no longer there01:47
Daisuke_Idobecause beryl no longer exists, it's part of compiz fusion now01:47
stdin!compiz | code_x01:47
ubotucode_x: Kubuntu is not shipping with compiz installed or enabled by default. You can still install it and have your eyecandy goodness. The instructions are at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/CompizFusion - further help in #compiz-fusion01:47
Daisuke_Idostdin: beat me to it01:48
DragnslcrOoh, improved bluetooth would be nice01:48
* stdin was poised01:48
DragnslcrOf course I think I've learned my lesson not to get another bluetooth keyboard/mouse01:48
ubuntu__can anyone help me with my partition question above?01:48
Daisuke_Idoi'm definitely getting a bluetooth mouse for my laptop01:48
* Tm_T needs bluetooth keyboard01:49
Tm_Tsmall size thank you01:49
DragnslcrThe biggest problem is that I can't use my keyboard/mouse during boot01:49
Daisuke_Idohmm...  qtparted won't let you resize :\01:49
DragnslcrWhich of course wouldn't be a problem for a laptop01:49
ubuntu__Daisuke_Ido: do you know of a program that can?01:50
ubuntu_Daisuke_Ido: I resized this computer's HD not an hour ago with qparted.01:50
BrightEyes`any ways for watching wmv videos in  kubuntu 7.10?01:52
ubuntu__ubuntu__: what format type was it??? it seems that my issue is that my partition is etx301:52
ubuntu__er ext301:52
ubuntu_it was ntfs, but 've moved ext3 with it before01:52
ubuntu_is the partiion mounted?01:53
Daisuke_Idoresize ntfs with qtparted?01:53
Daisuke_Idonever thought i'd hear that one01:53
DragnslcrLooks like my printer is working again.01:53
ubuntu_well I just did it01:53
ubuntu__ubuntu_:  no it is not mounted.... but the drive info does state it is busy01:53
Daisuke_Idontfs isn't even writable by default01:53
Angeluscan someone help me with this error please - http://rafb.net/p/LjKSFW16.html01:54
ubuntu_ubuntu__:does it have a mount point but is disabled?01:54
ubuntu__ubuntu_: how would I check?01:55
Daisuke_Idoyou're...  trying to compile a kernel?01:55
Daisuke_Idoi'm guessing01:55
ubuntu_in kubuntu, K menu->system settings->advanced->disk and file systems01:56
AngelusDaisuke_Ido: i already compiled, i am recompiling it with the squashfs module01:56
Daisuke_Idoumm... dunno what to tell you01:57
Daisuke_Idoit certainly doesn't look happy01:57
ubuntu_make sure the "mount point" for the partition you're trying to move is blank and there is no "enabled" or "disabled"01:57
AngelusDaisuke_Ido: i really need squashfs so i can edit an iso livecd image01:57
ubuntu__ubuntu_: ok there is no mount point and it is not "enabled"01:58
ubuntu_then it's beyond my skill level01:59
ubuntu__surely there must be another program other than qparted that can resize a ext3 partition?02:00
ubuntu_you could download gparted i guess02:01
ubuntu_it's a standalone livecd02:01
ubuntu__ubuntu_: hummm adept installer can not find gparted02:02
ubuntu__ubuntu_: nevermind... i found it02:03
ubuntu_yeah, it's not a part of ubuntu02:04
ubuntu_the one I'm thinking of isn't at least02:04
Angelusis there some kubuntu kernel that supports squashfs ? :S02:05
Daisuke_Ido!find squashfs02:07
ubotuFound: squashfs-tools, squashfs-source02:07
marx2kWhat would I put into my /etc/fstab to make samba network shares mount asynchronously so my system doesnt freeze when it tries to mount them and they are not available?02:07
Daisuke_Ido!info squashfs-tools02:07
ubotusquashfs-tools: Tool to create and append to squashfs filesystems. In component main, is optional. Version 1:3.2r2-2build1 (gutsy), package size 95 kB, installed size 296 kB02:07
cdxxokay i am installing nvidia grapcs driver Version: 96.43.01 , i tried the more recent ones but it says i have to use this one.02:13
cdxxnow i am at a point where it says , Unable to find kernel source files02:14
cdxxunable to find kernel source tree fo the currently runnign kernel02:14
XenThraLneed to install kernel headers02:14
ubuntu__ok gparted was able to resize my partition.  now how would i move my exisitng /home to the new partition and have my system realize its new location?02:15
XenThraLsudo apt-get install kernel-headers-`uname -r`02:15
XenThraLI think02:15
* XenThraL scrolls up to see what the hell you're doing02:16
XenThraLyeah I'd guess its just that02:16
cdxx"couldnt find package kernel-headers"02:16
XenThraLyou need the -`uname -r`02:17
cdxxyea i  used it02:17
cdxxand  i just tested and `uname -r` DOES spit out my kernel version02:17
XenThraLthen grab that and try to find the package that has the headers for it02:18
XenThraLand just install it02:18
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brunocoño si funciona esto02:20
cdxxsudo apt-get install linux-headers-2.6-38602:20
brunoes que soy nuevo en linux02:20
brunotanto como 3 dias02:20
cdxxok that seems to be working02:21
at0m1cb0mb3rcan somebody help me with installing kubuntu on my 500gb harddrive i want to creat a partion for my home and a partion for my swap and a partion for linux but i dont know how to do that so i was wondering if you guys could help me out02:21
Jucato!es | bruno02:21
ubotubruno: Si busca ayuda en Español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, allí obtendrá mas ayuda.02:21
at0m1cb0mb3runless somebody can help me fix my grub :]02:22
ubuntu_is linux smart enough to tell which of two swap patriotions is faster and prefer the faster one?02:23
cdxxif you want it to be yes.02:23
ubuntu_if i want it to be?02:23
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at0m1cb0mb3rso im guessing nobody reads my sentence so i dont get help :[02:24
at0m1cb0mb3r[ifr0g]: hey02:24
ubuntu_atomic, it's pretty strightforward in the alternate install CD, so i imagine it should be even easier in the GUI installer02:25
Jucatoubuntu_: why 2 swap partitions?02:26
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BigDaddyEvening all, Anyone here have experience with KTOrrent?02:26
NickPrestaBigDaddy, what about KTorrent?02:26
BigDaddyNickPresta: for some reason it is killing my internet connection02:27
andycrwhy is (k)ubuntu constantly setting keyboard repeat off no matter how many times I enable it, even twice in one minute? this happens on two different computers with both gutsy and feisty02:27
ubuntu_no reason really, i was just wondering02:27
NickPrestaBigDaddy, have you configured KTorrent to use the proper amount of connections and slots. etc?02:27
source_somebody can tell me the channel in spanish please?02:27
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NickPresta!es | source_02:27
ubotusource_: Si busca ayuda en Español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, allí obtendrá mas ayuda.02:27
source_ok thx02:28
BigDaddyNickPresta: I guess not. Is there a tutorial? I am used to using uTorrent. I never had an issue like this before02:28
BigDaddyNickPresta: I know the problem is address here: https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ktorrent/+question/1269402:29
BigDaddybut it doesn't tell me the fix02:29
NickPrestaBigDaddy, try http://torrentfreak.com/calculate-your-optimal-bittorrent-settings/02:30
at0m1cb0mb3rcan anybody help me?02:31
BigDaddyNickPresta: reading it now. bbiab02:31
Dragnslcrat0m1cb0mb3r- there should be a step during the installation for setting up partitions02:31
vbgunz_how do I find out which version of Kubuntu I am running? I mean something like about-kubuntu (build-date, version, etc)?02:32
Jucatovbgunz_: lsb_release -a02:33
at0m1cb0mb3rDragnslcr: yeah there is but i dont know how to set it up i dont know how much for swap how much for whatever can you just help02:34
at0m1cb0mb3rvbgunz_: in konsole i think its "konsole --version"02:35
vbgunz_Jucato: thank you. will that tell me if I am running a tribe, alpha, beta version of the Kubuntu live cd?02:35
ubuntu_for swap, set up 2x your memory02:35
ubuntu_40mb is enough for boot02:35
Jucatovbgunz_: I can't recall. it will just say if it's still "Development branch" I think02:35
at0m1cb0mb3rubuntu_: i have 500gb harddrive02:35
ubuntu_maybe 20gb for root, and give the rest to homes perhaps?02:35
* Jucato thinks 10gb is enough for /02:35
vbgunz_Jucato: major thanks then, I think the cd I am on in another machine is final, I hope :)02:36
ubuntu_i was going to say 10gb, but come on, he has a 500gb drive.02:36
at0m1cb0mb3rJucato: i wish it calculated the other stuff for me i just want toi make a home partion02:36
vbgunz_at0m1cb0mb3r: thanks, that told me the version of konsole, KDE and Qt but not Kubuntu ;)02:36
Jucato /boot isn't a necessity really....02:36
AmyRoseJucato: It is if you're using a large hard drive in an old computer!02:37
Jucatobut can an old computer handle a 500gb drive? :)02:37
at0m1cb0mb3rJucato: its not old its custom built02:38
AmyRoseIf the Linux kernel isn't in the first 2 GB of the hard drive on this computer, Grub won't be able to find it02:38
JucatoAmyRose: ^^^^ :)02:38
AmyRoseJucato: Yeah, I'm still using my old computer :P02:38
Jucatofirst 8GB actually... and that doesn't always happen02:38
AmyRoseSysinfo for 'amy-pentiumtwo': Linux 2.6.22-14-generic running KDE 3.5.8, CPU: PentiumII(Klamath) at 332 MHz (665 bogomips), , RAM: 151/154MB, 121 proc's, 6.15h up02:38
AmyRoseJucato: Not if the BIOS thinks the hard drive is 2 GB02:38
Jucatohm.... ok... :)02:39
* Jucato has not answer for that...02:39
at0m1cb0mb3rnobody will walk me through this?02:39
AmyRoseYeah, I have to jumper my hard drive using the "alternate" settings, which makes the hard drive tell the BIOS it's only 2 GB02:39
AmyRosethen when Linux takes over, the whole size is usable02:39
ubuntu_atomic, I would but i'm doing other things right now, sorry02:40
at0m1cb0mb3rubuntu_: k02:40
ubuntu_i did this jsut last weekend, so i know it looks difficult when you start02:40
at0m1cb0mb3rubuntu_: ive been running linux for 6 weeks but i feel so brand new still besides after getting it installed02:41
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sea4everThis looks scary02:42
sea4ever??gnome king02:42
Tm_Tat0m1cb0mb3r: you say same thing after two years ;-P02:43
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto02:43
at0m1cb0mb3rTm_T: lol02:43
at0m1cb0mb3rTm_T: so will you help me set it up02:44
Tm_Tat0m1cb0mb3r: set what up?02:44
at0m1cb0mb3rlike all my partions02:45
aficionadoHi, can I upgrade to 7.1 using the desktop cd or do I have to download the alternate cd?02:45
at0m1cb0mb3raficionado: alternate02:45
Tm_Tat0m1cb0mb3r: 7.10 and no, desktop cd wouldnt help in upgrade02:45
Tm_Taficionado: I mean02:45
Tm_Tbah bah02:46
aficionadocrap, now I gotta wait for the alternate :-/02:46
at0m1cb0mb3rTm_T: so will you?02:46
Tm_Tat0m1cb0mb3r: what about your partitions?02:46
at0m1cb0mb3rTm_T: setting up a home partion a / partion and whatever partions i need02:46
Tm_Taficionado: you dont need cd if you have net connection02:46
at0m1cb0mb3ron a 500gb harddrive02:47
Tm_Tat0m1cb0mb3r: installing?02:47
at0m1cb0mb3ryes Tm_T02:47
aficionadoTm_T: eh, I need to do it on multiple computers so I don't wait for have all download everything each time02:47
Tm_Taficionado: humm, apt proxy?02:47
Tm_Tat0m1cb0mb3r: you need / and swap, and you propably whould like to have separate /home too02:48
aficionadoTm_T: don't have time to learn about it :)02:48
at0m1cb0mb3rTm_T: yeah02:48
at0m1cb0mb3rTm_T: so how much would i need on each partion02:48
Tm_Tat0m1cb0mb3r: 20-30 G / and 2 G swap should be enough02:48
slimjimflim_does anyone know if you can make a stereo signal into mono w/ KMix?02:48
Tm_Tso rest for home then?02:48
andycrwhy is (k)ubuntu constantly setting keyboard repeat off no matter how many times I enable it, even twice in one minute? this happens on two different computers with both gutsy and feisty02:49
at0m1cb0mb3rTm_T: ill take a pic of where im at and ill upload it and can you tell me what to do for each partion?02:49
andycrI think it's an x problem02:49
andycrsince it happens under both kde and gnome02:49
Tm_Tat0m1cb0mb3r: well I can tell anyway02:50
at0m1cb0mb3rTm_T: but im at a weird screen02:50
Tm_Tat0m1cb0mb3r: there's not really else to do than just make them click click02:50
slimjimflim_or maybe that's just the wrong mixer02:51
aficionadook, I am out of here. Thanks Tm_T and at0m1cb0mb3r!02:51
kristenDoes anyone know  if it is possible that a bad upgrade (to gutsy) could have somehow broken a fundamental part of how graphics drivers work on linux?02:52
slimjimflim_nm my question, i figured it out02:52
BigDaddyNickPresta: I found a torrent and it is downloading. It usually never takes more than 5 minutes.02:53
NickPrestaBigDaddy, did any of those tips help?02:53
BigDaddyNickPresta: I had some settings too high, so far it seems to be working.02:54
BigDaddyNickPresta: If I ping out on here, you'll know why02:54
Dragnslcrkristen- depends on your graphics card. I just upgraded a laptop and it set the driver in xorg.conf to i810 instead of intel02:54
NickPrestaBigDaddy, heh, okay.02:54
BigDaddyWhile I am testing the connection, anyone here know a good place for fonts? My windows fonts don't look that great so I want to browse for some linux fonts.02:55
BigDaddyHopefully that makes sense02:55
kristenDragnslcr: ATI x1400. And I mean something more fundamental than the xorg.conf. For some reason glxinfo | grep OpenGL says OpenGL vendor string Mesa, when fglrxinfo reports the ATI driver. I just can't get the dang thing to work.02:56
ubotuFont installation basics here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FontInstallHowto - No fonts in Flash? Install "msttcorefonts" (from !Multiverse), "gsfonts", and "gsfonts-x11". No fonts in MPlayer? see !MPlayer02:56
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BigDaddy[cellfrog]: thanks02:58
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BigDaddyOh, another question... who here is a Kongeror user? Are the black arrows beside the navigation arrows supposed to be a history?03:00
vbgunz_are there any tools that will scan my harddrives and optimize them for performance?03:01
JucatoBigDaddy: the ones that point down?03:02
BigDaddyJucato: yeah. They don't do anything for me03:02
NickPrestavbgunz_, you may want to check out hdparm (`man hdparm`) although I'm sure there are some sort of graphical tools available, if you prefer that.03:02
JucatoBigDaddy: on KDE, icons on toolbars like that have other option, you have to click an hold03:03
Jucato(at least on KDE 3)03:03
BigDaddyJucato: ah. I kiept trying to right-click or ctrl+click03:03
vbgunz_NickPresta: well, I was hoping something would exist that could perhaps try all those hdpaarm tricks and ccompute the best performance for the drives if possible03:03
NickPrestavbgunz_, actually, the package `linhdd` looks like it would provide a GTK frontend to hdparm if you want to try that03:03
NickPrestavbgunz_, ah okay. I don't know of any off-hand03:03
vbgunz_well, that would be a nice program :)03:04
vbgunz_if it were reliable of course :)03:04
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cdxxok i have to reinstall my graphics driver now, do i have to delete the previous one or should I just run the install program again?03:06
blendtuxwrong file03:06
[ifr0g]cdxx, it would be good to uninstall the previous one.03:07
cdxxhow do i do that?03:07
kristenSomeone suggested this to me: Check that the DRM (Direct Rendering Module, the kernel module) is loaded and has found your card. Do dmesg | grep drm. You should have several lines of info............ Returns nothing at all. Bad?03:07
[ifr0g]source or apt ?03:07
[ifr0g]cdxx, then, apt-get remove --purge THEDRIVERPACKAGENAME03:09
[ifr0g]sudo before that03:09
[ifr0g]ah, why did you download the run..03:09
[ifr0g]there are already drivers for it in the repos.03:09
cdxxits what nvidia gives you off their site03:09
ardchoillecdxx: Is there a reason you're using the nvidia installer rather than your package manager for nvidia drivers?03:10
cdxxi need this legacy driver and non other will work.03:10
cdxxno reason03:10
cdxxyo know a better way please enlighten me03:10
ardchoillecdxx: You realise that you're going to have to reinstall the nvidia drivers manually everytime your kernel gets updated03:10
BigDaddyNickPresta: I'd say that the KTorrent is fixed. Thanks for the help on that03:10
ardchoillecdxx: The package manager can install the nvidia legacy driver03:11
cdxxshow me how03:11
[ifr0g]cdxx,  nvidia-linux.x86-96*-pkg1.run --uninstall will remove it. but after you finish with arcade03:11
ardchoillecdxx: Which card do you have?03:11
cdxxnvidia quadro fx 70003:11
ardchoillecdxx: Quadro FX 700 is listed for the regular driver, not the legacy driver03:12
cdxxwhen i try the regular diver03:13
cdxxit says it cant use it and gives me a weblink to this one03:13
ardchoillecdxx: And how did you install that driver?03:13
cdxxsudo sh NVIDIA03:13
damentzhey guys, trying kubuntu today03:15
damentzbetter than the previous releases so far :)03:15
ardchoillecdxx: open a terminal and type:  apt-cache policy linux-restricted-modules-`uname -r`03:15
cdxx--remove invalid command line03:15
ardchoillecdxx: Tell me if it's installed03:15
cdxxi installed it03:15
cdxxit said it installed completely03:15
ardchoilleok, but you installed the nvidia driver via the nvidia installer?03:16
cdxxand before it was don it said...03:16
cdxx if X FAILS TO find the nvidia X driver module, please install the 'pkg-config' utility and the x.org SDK/DEVElopement package fo ryour distro and reinstall the driver.03:16
[ifr0g]damentz, yup, It blows :)03:16
cdxxi installed those03:16
kristenDoes anyone know what this error means? libGL error: XF86DRIQueryDirectRenderingCapable failed03:16
cdxxnow im either gonna jsut run the installer again03:16
ardchoilleI have no idea how to uninstall the nvidia driver if you used the nvidia installer, but I do know that you need to current driver for that card, not the legacy driver.03:17
cdxxbut i want to know how to delete the current non working install03:17
damentz[ifr0g]: well, i updated via apt-get, and for some reason i don't have desktop icons anymore03:17
[ifr0g]kristen, where did you get that ?03:17
cdxxif i try try the current driver does it stop me and link me to this site03:17
ardchoillecdxx: because the nvidia site says you need to current driver for that card, not the legacy driver.03:17
cdxxand why did this driver work for it in solaris03:17
cdxxyour wrong03:17
ardchoillecdxx: I'm not wrong, I read the nvidia webpage.03:18
cdxxnvidia is wrong03:18
cdxxtherefor you are wrong03:18
ardchoillecdxx: hahaha03:18
kristen[ifr0g] glxinfo said direct rendering: No (If you want to find out why, try setting LIBGL_DEBUG=verbose) and expore LIBGL_DEBUG=verbose gave that error in it's place >_>03:18
ardchoillecdxx: You're on your own03:18
[ifr0g]damentz, right-click (dexktop) > Behavior (tab) > Show Icons on desktop (TICK)03:18
[ifr0g]kristen, What graphic card ?03:18
damentz[ifr0g]: ya, its there03:18
damentznot even any media drives are showing up03:19
kristen[ifr0g] ATI x140003:19
damentzit may be this nvidia driver i got through envy03:19
cdxxjust stfu if ur just gonna read me verbatim from the nvidia page ardchoille03:19
ardchoille!coc | cdxx03:19
ubotucdxx: The Ubuntu Code of Conduct to which we ask all Ubuntu users to adhere can be found at http://www.ubuntu.com/community/conduct/03:19
[ifr0g]damentz, Try creating a new user and login with it.03:19
cdxxif you dont know how to uninstall it just say so or dont say anythign at all03:19
[ifr0g]kristen, Did you install the drivers ?03:19
ardchoillecdxx: If you had installed it properly, it would be working right now.03:20
kristen[ifr0g] Yes. Many times. 8.42.3 was going molasses slow, so I reverted back to 8.40 which I am using now to try and figure out what the hell is wrong. 8.40 can't get direct rendering either, btw.03:20
damentz[ifr0g]: ok, logging into it now03:20
RominaI am using the free vmware player and downloaded a FreeBSD image03:21
cdxxardchoille you dont knwo what you're talking about obviously so please stop03:21
Rominathe config file (vmx)  has a line in it with   NAT for the network03:21
Rominaso it should automatically be online03:21
[ifr0g]Any one here with an ATI graphic card who can help kristen ??03:21
Rominabut I do not have an internet connection in freebsd (the guest os)03:21
Rominavmware is installed on kubuntu03:21
Rominaany ideas?03:21
ardchoillecdxx: I have installed nvidia drivers on over 100 computers.. I know what I'm doing.03:21
[ifr0g]kristen, sorry, no experience with ATI.03:22
damentz[ifr0g]: no go03:22
martallinvidia drivers can b installed several ways in ubuntu.  Please don't fight over which one is the "right" way03:22
kristen[ifr0g] S'okay, thank you for trying. :/ This has been driving me nuts for 3 days03:22
damentzkristen: it shouldn't be that slow03:22
damentz[ifr0g]: ok, so i can put items on my desktop03:23
damentzbut none of the media devices are showing03:23
damentzor anything else03:23
kristendamentz: *shrug* I am running real damn slow even with 8.40 - but at least it takes 5 seconds to open a webpage, or tab in IRC, instead of the 10 - 30 sec it takes with 8.42.3 :(03:23
damentzkristen: glxinfo says direct rendering is enabled?03:23
damentzglxinfo | grep direct03:24
damentzif not, your probably using a hybrid of radeon and fglrx drivers or something03:24
[ifr0g]damentz, thats good, you can enable them at the same place above but under the device.icons tab..03:24
kristendamentz: direct rendering: No (If you want to find out why, try setting LIBGL_DEBUG=verbose)03:24
TUXedomemberwere do i unpack kernel files to?03:24
damentzkristen: if you run glxinfo by itself03:25
damentzdo you see lines that say mesa or ati/amd?03:25
[ifr0g]TUXedomember, what are you trying to do ?03:25
damentzif its mesa, then fglrx didn't actually install03:25
damentzkristen: http://albertomilone.com/nvidia_scripts1.html03:26
damentzi used that to get my nvidia driver installed03:26
kristenit says ati in some parts and mesa in others03:26
kristendamentz: ^^^03:26
damentzi think kano from kanotix made his script cross ubuntu and debian03:26
damentzwas reading through his code, looked that way03:26
miles_yo yo wassup03:26
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:26
TUXedomemberi downloaded a precompiled kernel from www.linux-live.org, cause i'm new to kernel and don't want to build the module's but i have the kernel and need to unpack it to a place but were do i put kernels?03:26
cdxxyes the installer realies one is already installed and deleted the previous one03:26
kristenAn nvidia script would work for ATI damentz?03:27
damentzkristen: it just says nvidia03:27
damentzkristen: it has fglrx scripts too03:27
kristendamentz: Ohh it's envy... I actually used envy to roll back to 8.40... he doesn't have 8.42.3 in his repo yet. and his 8.40 is still not doing direct rendering03:28
damentzkristen: 8.40 isn't supported on xorg 7.303:28
damentzthats why i think03:28
kristendamentz.. then damn him for not having 8.42.3? lol :)03:28
damentzoh wait, gutsy is on xorg 7.203:28
damentzthats odd03:29
damentzya 8.42 is nice03:29
damentzi've already used it03:29
damentzaiglx doesn't work right though03:29
damentzit seems to be selective on what cards it wants to support03:29
damentzSysinfo for 'damentz-kubuntu': Linux 2.6.22-14-generic running KDE 3.5.8, CPU: AMDAthlon at 995 MHz (1992 bogomips), , RAM: 432/503MB, 101 proc's, 28.38min up03:29
damentzi'm on my old pc, just testing kubuntu, so far so good03:30
damentzonly hitch are these device icons that don't want to show up03:30
kristenI've heard of other x1400 users who had no problem at all with 8.42 - got compiz and everything, didn't have my problems - hence why I think the upgrade to gutsy was frelled, and something needs to be fixed, like libGL.so or something... tried re-linking that but I didn't know what I was doing honestly.03:30
damentzhaven't had to do taht in ages...03:31
BigDaddyOK, I found the font I want, but I seriously doubt all these people paid hundreds of dollars to use it. Anyone know where I can find AvantGarde LT?03:31
[ifr0g]TUXedomember, i think the howto on the site its self should help..03:31
kristenI dunno, all I know is that glxinfo still states mesa in there, bout half way through03:31
TUXedomemberbut it does not say were to put the kernel file's only the modules03:32
kristeneven though fglrxinfo states it is using the driver and not mesa03:32
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto03:32
damentzkristen: you can also add Option "XaaNoOffscreenPixmaps" to xorg.conf03:32
damentzunder the device section where fglrx is03:32
pieisgood4589hallo heroki03:33
kristendamentz: Believe I tried that - said that it would improve 2D performance I think? if so, that didn't work either03:33
pieisgood4589haha lol gtg too03:33
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herohi there03:33
heroyes, pie is good.03:33
kristenThanks for tryin' to help damentz03:34
vbgunz_to share files on my local network, what nfs package do I need from the repos?03:37
rhythmicmayhemkristen: is it posssible that you have the Radeon driver instead of the fglrx driver?03:38
kristenrhythmicmayhem: Anything is possible I suppose. Though would fglrxinfo run if Radeon was installed? And it wouldn't be instead of, it would be in addition to, cause I've installed the ATI driver at LEAST 15 times in the past 3 days so it BETTER be there lol :)03:40
kristenCan I check if radeon is installed?03:40
[ifr0g]vbgunz_, nfs-kernel-server03:40
vbgunz_[ifr0g]: thats the server, don't I also need a client package?03:41
vbgunz_am reading up on it but don't see packages for client03:41
rhythmicmayhemkristen: try    lsmod | grep radeon     on the cli03:41
[ifr0g]vbgunz_, konqueror can access nfs shares.03:42
cdxx"THE 100.14.19 NVIDIA graphics driver will ignore this cpu"03:42
kristenrhythmicmayhem: Nothing. Did a search in Adept Manager though, and radeon returned "radeontool" installed.....03:42
vbgunz_[ifr0g]: ok, I will look into it, major thanks!03:43
cdxxthe card installe din this system is supported thru the NVIDIA 96.43.xx legay driver03:43
rhythmicmayhemkristen: try    lsmod | grep fglrx     on the cli03:43
cdxxthe card installe din this system is supported thru the NVIDIA 96.43.xx legay driver03:44
cdxxardchoille was so sure of himself he pmed me talking about how many times hes installed nvidia drivers etc03:44
rhythmicmayhemkristen: I had a similar problem a couple years ago when I used Gentoo.  I had both installed and it was very confusing (still is for me I guess ;)03:44
cdxxi just went and retried the 100.14.19 one and it once again told me that i have to use th elegacy driver03:45
kristenrhythmicmayhem: fglrx                1480044  0 .. next line: agpgart                35016  2 fglrx,intel_agp03:45
[ifr0g]cdxx, simply uninstall the .run script pls03:45
[ifr0g]cdxx, after done that, do sudo apt-get install nvidia-glx03:45
[ifr0g]and restart X and your done03:46
curi0Does anyone here have direct rendering functioning with an NVIDIA Geforce FX 5900XT graphics card?03:46
cdxxsorry about being a dick im getting frustrated over here.03:46
* cdxx hits the bong03:46
[ifr0g]cdxx, i can understand.. :)03:47
rhythmicmayhemkristen: right driver then .. it was worth a shot ... sorry can't help03:47
vbgunz_[ifr0g]: if you don't mind me asking. what is the different between the nfs-kernel and the other two nfs-server and nfs-user-server?03:47
kristenrhythmicmayhem: S'okay, no one has been able to. Thank you for trying! I appreciate it03:47
cdxxruning  sudo apt-get install nvidia-glx03:48
curi0you should check to see if direct rendering is on by glxinfo | grep rendering03:48
curi0if it's not and you need it welcome to my world!03:48
[ifr0g]vbgunz_, nfs-kernel is simply recommended over nfs-user cause it has some extra kernel features.. NEver looked into it for a long time though.03:49
cdxxOH SHNIT03:49
cdxx sudo apt-get install nvidia-glx worked03:49
curi0It usually does03:49
curi0Now see if you have direct rendering on03:50
vbgunz_[ifr0g]: thanks :)03:50
curi0if you're taking that step in order to satisfy something that has to do with 3D acceleration you should consider.03:50
[ifr0g]vbgunz_, just a sec03:51
vbgunz_[ifr0g]: am going over a link here http://czarism.com/easy-peasy-ubuntu-linux-nfs-file-sharing03:51
[ifr0g]vbgunz_, this might help you : https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SettingUpNFSHowTo03:51
vbgunz_heh :)03:51
curi0ifr0g i love your name!03:51
vbgunz_thanks, the more the better I guess :)03:51
curi0been admiring it since i first joined this channel 2 days ago03:52
cdxxifrog thank you so much man03:52
[ifr0g]curi0, Really :).. It took me 2 weeks to think it over..03:53
[ifr0g]cdxx, np03:53
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[ifr0g]curi0, for my domain name that is, Which is currently suspended :(03:53
cdxx[ifr0g] i have 7 TB's of media, 1.27 just high quality group rls mp3 arhcive and 2 TB of tv shows, mostly full seasons, if you want ftp access just ask03:53
Tm_T[ifr0g]: suspended?03:54
curi0[ifrog]: think you can try to help me with this direct rendering problem03:54
[ifr0g]cdxx, wow !!!03:54
curi0i'm currently scouring google too03:54
curi0been doing this since i came in an hour ago03:54
sub[t]rnlwelp, got the vga framebuffer back up for the tty consoles on the new kernel03:54
heroi just want the cube effect when changing virtual desktops.  how do i enable that?03:54
Tm_Tcdxx: no warez or other illegalities here thanks03:54
[ifr0g]Tm_T, Yes, the admin who supports me is low on cash :(03:55
Tm_T[ifr0g]: what you mean by suspended?03:55
herosub[t]rnl: how'd you do that?03:55
Tm_TI see03:55
cdxxi have warez but not for share.03:55
curi0His sponsor is low!03:55
heroi noticed that with gutsy virtual terminals don't work anymore03:55
[ifr0g]Tm_T, ifroog.com03:55
cdxxdvd rips into .avis arent warez are they?03:55
sub[t]rnlhero: do you have compiz and the settings manager installed?03:55
[ifr0g]cdxx, pm :)03:55
Tm_Tcdxx: as long as they stay on you and your family03:55
Tm_Tcdxx: and as long as you have original dvd:s03:55
herosub[t]rnl: ok, so i do that.  but now you've got me curious on how to get the tty consoles to work.03:56
heroand can those compiz effects work w/o using xserver-xgl?03:56
sub[t]rnlhero: ati video card?03:56
sub[t]rnlyeah they work without it03:57
sub[t]rnlusing the intel driver?03:57
curi0Does anyone have glx direct rendering yes for their nvidia gforce fx 5900xt graphics card? I'm trying to complete this step so that I can successfully run compiz and awn.03:57
herosub[t]rnl: now, how did you solve the tty bug?03:58
herothis does NOT solve the problem:  https://answers.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+question/1398103:59
sub[t]rnlI've now got a 1024x768 resolution in my tty's03:59
herosub[t]rnl: ok, could you help me out on how you did that?03:59
sub[t]rnlyour on gutsy's current kernel?03:59
sub[t]rnlok, start with sudo dpkg-reconfigure console-setup04:00
sub[t]rnlgo through there, make sure your using "fixed" fonts04:00
heroshould the encoding be UTF-8?04:01
sub[t]rnlshow me your lspci |grep VGA real quick04:01
heroand Latin1 and Latin5?04:01
BonesolTeraDyneOk, I've got a bit of a problem with kopete, and this is a bit long. Basically, there have been two "empty" accounts in kopete, a Jabber "EMPTY@" account, and a MSN "empty" account.04:01
heroit has VGA for the font in the console-setup04:01
sub[t]rnlok, used fixed04:01
heroit should say fixed?04:01
heroand size?04:02
sub[t]rnlwhatever you want04:02
sub[t]rnl15 or 1604:02
herowhat's the standard?04:02
heroone sec for the lspci output04:02
kristenWhoo! *clicks through IRC tabs in less than a second* xD04:02
herolooks like the ttys should work on next boot, though04:02
BonesolTeraDyneAfter removing them, I can no longer connect. So, I used "apt-get remove --purge kopete", and removed the "kopete" directory in "~/.kde/share/apps", and reinstalled.04:02
BigDaddyDoes anyone know of a tag editor that even comes close to this one? http://www.mp3tag.de/en/index.html04:02
BonesolTeraDyneIt still has the accounts, and it still won't connect. Anyone have any idea about what's wrong with it, and why it still isn't back to defaults?04:03
herosub[t]rnl: 00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation Mobile 915GM/GMS/910GML Express Graphics Controller (rev 03)04:04
sub[t]rnlk, tx04:04
heroso it should work, then? the cube effect on virtual desktop change?04:05
sub[t]rnlwe're not into that right now04:05
sub[t]rnllets do one at a time bro04:05
sub[t]rnlbut yeah, I'll get it running for you04:05
heroi think the ttys should be fine once i reboot04:06
sub[t]rnli thought you wanted to use the 1024x768 resolution by passing vga= in menu.lst04:06
herono, i just wanted them to work, period.04:07
herosince i upped to gutsy, when i hit ctrl-alt-f1, etc.  i just get a blinking underscore instead of a login prompt04:07
sub[t]rnlwell just pastebin your /boot/grub/menu.lst04:07
sub[t]rnlhow d04:08
herosub[t]rnl: http://pastebin.com/d2106020c04:08
sub[t]rnlok, you see your #defoption04:09
sub[t]rnl# defoptions=quiet splash vga=79104:10
greegi gotta bone to pick with you motherfuckers.  Why doesent mplayer play dvds properly? i get video buffer full error.  but i never got this shit when windows was installed.04:10
greegand mplayer nor vlc wont play wmv smoothly04:10
BonesolTeraDyne!ohmy | greeg04:10
ubotugreeg: Please watch your language and topic, and keep this channel family friendly.04:10
herosub[t]rnl: yeah04:10
sub[t]rnlok, what your doing there is passing a screen resolution that uses a framebuffer to display, the vga=79104:10
BonesolTeraDynegreeg: Do you have libdvdcss installed?04:11
greegi havev w32codecs and installed04:11
j1solutionsgreeg, reinstall windows, that my advice to you04:11
sub[t]rnljust take out the vga=79104:11
heroand what will that do?04:11
sub[t]rnlnow you will not framebuffer the console, and it will display, though its gonna be 800x60004:11
sub[t]rnlyeah, that'll do it04:11
sub[t]rnlsave it04:11
herothe splash screen won't display in 1024x768?04:11
sub[t]rnlno, thats why its going blank04:11
sub[t]rnlcause your passing that vga option04:12
sub[t]rnlnow, I found a fix if you want to display the smaller resolution in terminals04:12
j1solutionshey sub, what file is that in?04:12
greegyes libdvdcss and w32codecs are both  installed04:12
sub[t]rnl-> /boot/grub/menu.lst04:12
j1solutionsi have the same problem with me laptop04:12
herosub[t]rnl: don't i need to edit each entry on menu.lst, not just defoptions for this?04:12
greegsub[t]rnl: where do i take this vga=791? whats that to that file your talking about rather.04:13
greegerr path to that file04:13
sub[t]rnlhero: take it out of the kernel boot line too04:13
sub[t]rnlthe vga=79104:13
herosub[t]rnl: so the splash screen will work now, but not at 1024x76804:14
herois there a way to get it to work at 1024x768?04:14
sub[t]rnlsince your not telling it to boot with a framebuffer (vesab)04:14
sub[t]rnlyes there is04:14
herothat's what i'd prefer04:15
sub[t]rnlyeah, exactly04:15
sub[t]rnlok, heres how you do that04:15
j1solutionshello sitaram sit04:15
sub[t]rnlyour going to edit menu.lst04:15
sub[t]rnl# defoptions=vga=791 quiet splash locale=pl_PL04:15
sub[t]rnlput that for your defoptions that we just edited04:15
herook, so now you're having me put back in the vga=791 line04:16
heroas well as locale=pl_PL (poland?)04:16
sub[t]rnlyes, because theres a way to get it to work04:16
sitaramj1solutions: hello... :-)04:17
sub[t]rnlok, next04:17
sub[t]rnlsudo update-grub04:17
herois the comment character supposed to be there?04:18
sub[t]rnlok, now, edit /etc/usplash.conf04:18
sub[t]rnland make sure it has xres=1024 yres=76804:19
sub[t]rnlin it04:19
herothey're on two separate lines, but yes04:20
sub[t]rnlok, good04:20
sub[t]rnlnow to make sure we're not blacklisted04:20
sub[t]rnledit /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-framebuffer04:20
sub[t]rnlmake sure vga16fb and vesafb are uncommented04:21
sub[t]rnlerr, commented04:21
sub[t]rnlas in, don't let the kernel blacklist the framebuffers04:21
sub[t]rnlyes, commented04:21
herodid all these entries get re-written on gutsy upgrade?04:22
heroi commented the entries04:22
heroalso, when i ran update-grub, it said it didn't find a splash image04:22
sub[t]rnlkinda, the kernel had some changes to it that doesn't comply with vesab04:22
sub[t]rnlok, you got them commented?04:22
sub[t]rnlnow to autoload the modules04:23
sub[t]rnledit /etc/initramfs-tools/modules04:23
sub[t]rnlat the end, add04:23
sub[t]rnlsave it04:23
sub[t]rnlnow check for dependencies04:24
sub[t]rnlsudo depmod -a04:24
heroexited with no probs04:25
sub[t]rnlsudo dpkg-reconfigure usplash04:25
sub[t]rnlyour done04:26
AzzcoHi I need some help sharing a few files with a windows XP machine. I've tried to figure out how to use samba for about 4-5 hours now04:28
sub[t]rnlok, what kinda problems are you having?04:28
AzzcoWell first of all Dolphin can't see my shared folders (the once on the same machine) Should it?04:28
AzzcoOkay well then I've got a problem...04:29
AzzcoI tried to connect from the xp machine and got prompted for a pw. Then there'd be a connection right?04:29
sub[t]rnlwell, I take it you have samba and everything installed04:31
AzzcoI have no idea what I just did but it works =o04:31
Dr_willisive had issues with gutsy and dolphin seeing shares also04:31
AzzcoYes and I've been messing with smb.conf and added users..04:31
AzzcoDolphin can't see the share now either..04:31
Dr_willisyou gave the users samba shares with 'sudo smbpasswd -a username' ?04:31
sub[t]rnlDr_willis: odd, never seen that with my dolphin yet04:32
Dr_willisYou might want to try some other samba share browser tool. like that fusesmb tool or smb4k04:32
Dr_willissub[t]rnl,  for some odd reason the shares instantly 'time out' on me04:32
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sub[t]rnli really need to work on my fstab04:32
* sub[t]rnl sighs04:32
pillowpantswhats tuncfg?04:33
sub[t]rnli've typed sudo mount -t smbfs //pantheman/mysharedfolder ~/shares way to many times04:33
pillowpants!info tuncfg04:33
ubotuPackage tuncfg does not exist in gutsy04:33
Dr_willissub[t]rnl,  thats why i use the fusesmb tool. :)04:33
pillowpantsim trying to set up ghamachi, and its asking me for tun/tap device driver04:34
pillowpantsim not sure what that is04:34
Dr_willisfusesmb Network04:34
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about tuncfg - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi04:34
Dr_willis!find tun04:34
ubotuFound: fortune-mod, fortunes-min, libtunepimp-dev, libtunepimp5, noatun (and 43 others)04:34
sub[t]rnli move around my mount points all the time though04:34
sub[t]rnlfor some reason04:34
sub[t]rnli like to keep people guessing04:34
Dr_willisDolphin does seem to be seeing my shares correctly now however.04:35
sub[t]rnlyeah, I don't want to hear any bad reports with dolphin04:35
* sub[t]rnl plugs ears04:35
pillowpantsDr_willis: so i could install noatun and it would install tuncfg?04:35
Dr_willispillowpants,  no idea. I recall hearing about tun befor.. some sort of networking thing i though.. NOTe it said (and 43 others) at the end04:35
Dr_willis!info noatun04:35
ubotunoatun: media player for KDE. In component main, is optional. Version 4:3.5.8-0ubuntu1 (gutsy), package size 2608 kB, installed size 6624 kB04:35
Dr_willispillowpants,  i DOUBT if noatun is wha tyou need. :)04:36
Dr_willis!info ghamachi04:36
ubotuPackage ghamachi does not exist in gutsy04:36
sub[t]rnlis it conky time yet doc?04:38
dorkfaceHow does one connect to a wireless network through CLI?  I want to use that because sometimes KNetworkManager does not want to connect to the network, and I have no output to figure out why.  I was hoping perhaps a04:38
dorkfaceverbose flag would help04:38
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs04:40
sub[t]rnli found that setting your wi-fi interface to "Monitor" with iwconfig then just sniffing packets will show you more access points than any gui app04:41
sub[t]rnlthen of course, you can collect the packets, and once you have enough IV's...04:42
sub[t]rnlbye bye wep04:42
sub[t]rnli don't condone any of this04:42
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about hack - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi04:42
dorkfaceThat's why I use WPA with a 64-character mostly special character passphrase :)04:43
sub[t]rnlwpa is safe04:43
pillowpantsdoes wpa work in gutsy?04:45
pillowpantsin wireless manager i only see wep as the key entry04:46
pillowpantsi could never get it to work in feisty04:46
dorkfaceI'm connecting to my WPA network right now04:46
pillowpantsdorkface: with no major modification?04:47
pillowpantsWPA TSK?04:47
dorkfacenot wpa204:47
dorkfaceno aes04:47
pillowpantswpa tsk is good enough04:47
pillowpantsi could just never get it to work before04:47
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posingaspopularare there any gui mp3 to ogg converters?05:07
luser[t]i was in here earlier talking to someone about splash screens05:07
luser[t]is that guy still here?05:07
luser[t]he had me mess with framebuffer settings05:08
luser[t]localhost modprobe: WARNING: /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-framebuff05:09
luser[t]er line 28: ignoring bad line starting with '*blacklist'05:09
luser[t]hm.  guess he's not here now :(05:09
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Dr_willis!info audicity05:11
ubotuPackage audicity does not exist in gutsy05:11
Dr_willis!find auda05:11
ubotuFound: audacious, audacious-crossfade, audacious-dev, audacious-plugins, audacious-plugins-dev (and 4 others)05:11
Jucato!info audacity05:11
ubotuaudacity: A fast, cross-platform audio editor. In component universe, is optional. Version 1.3.3-1build1 (gutsy), package size 2321 kB, installed size 6832 kB05:11
* luser[t] sighs05:11
JucatoDr_willis: ^^^05:11
luser[t]i just want to get the bootsplash to work again05:11
luser[t]is there a bug report that says how?05:11
luser[t]i can't find one.05:11
pillowpantsdoes anyone know a good console media player?05:12
luser[t]pillowpants: mpeg12305:12
* pillowpants is loving the fact you can get to console with ctrl + alt + f805:13
dsmith__so far three upgrades no problem05:14
dsmith__i did do a vmware update and it hosed my fonts for some reason05:14
posingaspopularJucato: gui mp3 to ogg converter?05:14
dsmith__er...update to 7.10 in a vmware image that is05:15
hellhoundhow can i get my mouse back button to work in dolphin?05:15
Dr_willisconfigure it to send backspace perghaps?05:16
hellhoundDr_willis: how would i configure it though?05:18
Dr_willisGood question. :)05:18
Dr_willisdepends on the exact mouse perhaps.05:18
Dr_willisI tend to just set the  extra buttons up in Quake/games for grenades - is about it. :)05:19
hellhoundDr_willis: it is a logitech G5 and looking on the web i found how to configure it to work with firefox.  but it does not work with any others05:19
yeo_hellhound, look for something called btnx05:20
Dr_willishellhound,  i found the gentoo docs/forums often have good guides for some of this configuration05:20
hellhoundyeo_: is it in the kubuntu packages?05:21
yeo_dunno, but i definitely know its on google ;)05:21
pillowpantswhen i go to console with crt + alt + fetc do all of my x programs go to sleep?05:21
pillowpantsor what occurs in that process?05:22
yeo_they still run i believe05:22
yeo_you just arent viewing their GUI's via the Xserver05:22
Lynourepillowpants: they still run.05:22
yeo_if you type top in tty1 they still take up cpu. so i guess they keep going05:23
elliott541ais there any way to stop suspending/hibernating from killing my computer?05:23
pillowpantsLynoure: yeah, i just wasnt seeing them in the forfront, so i guess they consume less05:23
Dr_willisThey all stay running05:23
Lynoureelliott541a: killing in what sense?05:23
Dr_willisYou could even have several X servers/sessions going.05:23
pillowpantsDr_willis: i wondered if that was possibly05:23
yeo_yeah thats cool. gnome on one and kde on another. or any combo really05:24
pillowpantsDr_willis: aha, i could go back and forth between icewm and kde!05:24
pillowpantsits perfect05:24
Dr_willispillowpants,  you could have several dozen users with their own Sessions going. : )05:24
yeo_pillowpants, when logged in at gnome or kde. switch user and from the login screen, login again05:24
Dr_willisThers that fast-user-switching thing also.05:24
elliott541aLynoure:  The  computer will go through the suspend/hibernate process, but the power LES never blinks or turns off, and pressing the power button won't bring it back up05:25
elliott541aI have to reboot05:25
elliott541apower LED, that is05:25
elliott541ait gets suck halfway into suspending or something05:25
Lynoureelliott541a: yes, that's a bug for many people... https://bugs.launchpad.net/bugs/13447605:26
Lynoureelliott541a: you could report your hardware and driver there05:26
yeo_Dr_willis, do you know another method for opening more than one xserver?05:27
Dr_willisyeo_,  you can spawn them with the proper command line command also.05:27
Dr_willishow many more do ya want. :)05:28
Dr_willisYou could set up  where several start at boot time also.05:28
yeo_where would i put the script?05:28
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about plasmaaudio - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi05:30
dorkface!speech recognition05:31
jarnWhere is the new restricted driver manager?05:35
virnikhi there05:35
mike__jarn: "system settings'05:37
jarnmike__: Where is that?05:37
ubotuKubuntu is not shipping with compiz installed or enabled by default. You can still install it and have your eyecandy goodness. The instructions are at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/CompizFusion - further help in #compiz-fusion05:37
mike__'main menu05:38
jarnmike__: I don't have that. I have Settings and System but not System Settings. Neither appear to have a Restricted Driver Manager...05:39
virnikbut in gutsy, compiz-fusion IS enabled by default05:40
[ifr0g]jarn, ssytem settings > advanced (tab)05:40
virnikand it works flawlessly05:40
Dr_willis!info restricted-manager05:40
uboturestricted-manager: manage non-free hardware drivers - GNOME frontend. In component restricted, is optional. Version 0.33.1 (gutsy), package size 38 kB, installed size 316 kB05:40
Dr_willisI normally install  the restricted-manager package05:40
mike__virnik: not in kde05:41
mike__jarn: i have it in the main menu05:41
[ifr0g]Fresh install here.. And its not on the main menu05:42
[ifr0g]maybe for upgrades05:42
mike__install upgrades jarn05:42
mike__I also installed "synaptic'05:43
jarnmike__: I am fully updated. Is there a specific package for it?05:43
jarnMy volume up/down buttons do not control what I want them to after my upgrade to Gutsy. I'm not sure what they control (a volume bar does appear) but it's not what they used to, that is the main system volume.05:43
virnikmike__: I am using KDE, so...05:44
virnikmike__: it was enabled by default05:44
virnikmaybe cos I have updated from feisty05:44
mike__virnik: i just installed it05:44
virnikstill, it is really cool05:44
virnikI am with kubuntu project from breezy05:44
virnikand it is like giant steps05:45
virnikused RH and FC before...05:45
mike__virnik: was installed in Ubuntu05:45
mike__jarn: you update from fiesty?05:46
jarnmike__: Yes.05:46
mike__hmm ok fresh is best05:46
Tm_Thow its best?05:46
jarnmike__: Yeah, well, that has its own problems.05:46
Jucatoposingaspopular: sorry I was out to lunch... have you tried soundkonverter?05:46
mike__jarn: Kubuntu is not quite a "rolling" release like debian05:47
virnikI made update too05:48
virnikand it was ok05:48
mike__virnik: compiz-fusion icon?05:48
jarnmike__: Funny, I would think that the fact that there's an official upgrade method meant that upgrading was, well, official. :P05:48
virnikonly sound hotkeys messed up...but fixed them by overwriting libs from feisty's KMILO package05:48
virnikmike__: i am using compiztray05:49
virnikso do not ask me05:49
virnikand, i have used beryl before05:49
virnikso compiz was at its place05:49
virnikonly beryl manager stayed05:49
virnikbut not so long, i have wiped it out while I've found compiztray05:49
mike__jarn: True "in theory"05:50
Dr_willis!find compiztray05:51
ubotuPackage/file compiztray does not exist in gutsy05:51
[ifr0g]!find compiz-icon05:51
ubotuPackage/file compiz-icon does not exist in gutsy05:52
Dr_willis!find compiz05:52
ubotuFound: compiz, compiz-bcop, compiz-core, compiz-dev, compiz-fusion-plugins-extra (and 15 others)05:52
Dr_williswonder if thers a way to show others.. :)05:52
hellhoundi am trying to get my back button on my mouse to work in both firefox and dolphin.  i have it working in firefox perfectly but not dolphin.  i tried btnx and modmaping but i cannot figure out how to tell it send "backspace" when i am in dolphin and to send "alt-left arrow" when i am in firefox05:53
Dr_willis!info btnx05:54
ubotuPackage btnx does not exist in gutsy05:54
roomulohey, folks05:54
Dr_willisi thought backspace in firefox worked the same as 'back'05:54
hellhoundi already tried btnx... it seems to only work with one program05:55
roomuloi'm trying to upgrade... but the same problem occurs all time05:55
Dr_willischange the dolphin shortcut to be the same as firefox uses05:55
hellhoundDr_willis: no backspace in firefox is page up05:55
roomulohttp://packages.freecontrib.org/ubuntu/freecontrib/dists/feisty/free/source/Sources.gz 404 Not Found05:55
roomuloFailed to fetch05:55
roomuloand other like this05:56
roomuloin this same repository05:56
hellhoundDr_willis: how do you change dolphin's shortcut?05:56
Dr_willisits right tehre in the settings/shortcuts menu05:56
Dr_willissame as every other kde app has. :) i think.05:56
Dr_willis'back' set to backspace/xf86back05:57
Dr_williswonder what xf86back is. Must be for multimedia keyboards.05:57
mike__I cannot see any tray icon,Compiz-fusion works ok05:57
Dr_willisIve seen some other disrtos with some sort of compiz icons. in the tray05:58
hellhoundDr_willis: i see it now... but it did not work :(05:58
mike__Dr_willis: Yes I have it in "sid"05:58
mike__works well05:58
roomulohow to upgrade to gutsy via command line?05:59
Daisuke_Ido!info fusion-icon05:59
ubotuPackage fusion-icon does not exist in gutsy05:59
Dr_willishellhound,  you may need to configure the xorg.conf to have the mouse send  the button presses/set up 5+ button support.  Im thinking the config tool is seeing the other button presses as a right/left button.06:01
Dr_willisMy back button on the mouse seems to be sending a 'middleclick'06:02
Dr_willisaccording to 'xev' at least06:02
hellhoundDr_willis: thank you... let me give it a try06:03
jariousi need to retrieve the full channel list06:05
jarioushow can i do this?06:05
Dr_willisyou mean /list06:06
Dr_willisget ready for a LOOOOOOOOOOOONG list06:06
luser[t]when i try to use kdm, i get no theme, but a very generic-looking login (with face browser actually).  when i login, i just get an xterm and i have to type startkde & to get kde to start.  even when kde starts, i can't close that xterm or it kills the session.  any ideas?06:06
[ifr0g]Jaearess, what client ?06:06
Dr_willisluser[t],  #1 - close it with 'exit' Not clicking the close button. :)06:07
mike__How can i stop compiz-fusion/06:07
Dr_willis#2 try selecting a different session in the KDM session06:07
luser[t]it will run any other wm but kde06:07
luser[t]gnome, xfce, etc.06:07
mike__kde --replace   ,,does not work06:07
[ifr0g]mike__, kwin --replace06:07
mike__hell ok cheers06:08
luser[t]i'd like kde to automatically start when i login through kdm06:08
Dr_willisluser[t],  try  stopping kde. make a .xinitrc that just runs 'startkde' and try 'startx'06:08
Dr_willisif for some reasin startkde isent working right. Your kde configs may be messed up.06:08
luser[t]so i'll have to type startx from the command prompt instead of using kdm? gdm works fine, but i'd rather not use it.06:08
Dr_willisgdm starts kde fine but kdm dosent?06:09
Dr_willisThats very odd.06:09
luser[t]weird, huh?06:09
luser[t]i know!06:09
Dr_willistry making a new user. see if it works for him06:09
vbgunzanyone know why my KDM login screen is smaller (not stretched, centered) than the highest possible resolution? I think it is 1024x768 (centered). It should be 1280x1024. I put Virtual 1280 1024 in my xorg.conf but that did nothing :(06:11
Dr_willisI just set up xorg.conf to only have the 1 res i want to use. :)06:12
Dr_willisNot sure how to specificially set what res kdm uses..06:12
Dr_willisI dont think Virtual is the proper setting tobe tweaking06:12
vbgunzme neither06:13
Dr_willisthats for the 'larger then the visibal screen' type desktops06:13
* Jucato thinks the correct resolution would be the first resolution in the default depth06:13
luser[t]ok, didn't work06:14
vbgunzI'll check my xorg.conf again06:14
luser[t]didn't work with new user, or with .xinitrc06:14
Dr_willisluser[t],  try making the .xinitrc just start a xterm. startkde works like that? (you sort of said it did earlier, just checking)06:14
luser[t]well, when i login via kdm, all i get is a black screen with a white xterm06:15
vbgunzI'll restart x. one sec06:15
luser[t]and then i type startkde in the xterm and kde starts06:15
Dr_willisThat soulds like your kdm session is actually starting somthing other then 'startkde'06:16
luser[t]but it doesn't matter if i close the xterm or type exit or hit ctrl d, when i do it ends the session06:16
luser[t]maybe it is?06:16
luser[t]i dunno06:16
Dr_willisthere are several .desktop files. one for each 'desktop session'06:16
Dr_willislike gnome.desktop kde.desktop icewm.desktop and so forth06:16
roomuloguys... this repository can be removed from sources.list?06:17
Dr_willisid try making a new one (copy an old one to another file) and edit it to be sure its running 'startkde'06:17
luser[t]i don't have any file like that06:17
Dr_willisluser[t],  yes you do. :) they are system files06:17
luser[t]where are they located?06:17
Dr_willislocate gnome.desktop --> /usr/share/xsessions/openbox-gnome.desktop06:17
Dr_willis> /usr/share/xsessions/  Looks like. :)06:18
luser[t]i found those files06:18
Dr_willisthe kde.desktop I got is  launching       Exec=/usr/bin/startkde06:18
vbgunzI made the only available resolution 1280x1024 and the KDM login screen is still smaller than what it should be :/06:18
luser[t]so is mine06:18
vbgunzI'll try changing the login screen06:18
mike__How can I change boot gui res?06:19
luser[t]i wonder if it has something to do with upgrading from ubuntu feisty to kubuntu feisty06:19
luser[t]i'm on kubuntu gutsy now, though06:19
Dr_willisluser[t],  see whats in    cat .dmrc06:20
luser[t](blank line)06:20
Dr_williswell im out of ideas. :)06:21
luser[t]yeah, it's weird06:21
Dr_willisother then try moving the .kde dir to some other name06:21
luser[t]i don't understand it06:21
luser[t]what would that do?06:21
Dr_willisreset kde settings back to default06:21
luser[t]i'll try that06:21
Dr_willisbut that was whyi said 'make a new user' earlier.. :()06:22
Dr_willisto test that06:22
[ifr0g]Morning mikko06:22
rickeyhello i have got to get this file libdvdcss2, it is in a restriited repos dose anyone have that link06:23
Dr_willis!info dvd06:24
ubotuPackage dvd does not exist in gutsy06:24
ubotuFor playing DVD, see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html - "libdvdcss2" can be found at !Medibuntu or (for Feisty and earlier) http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages - Try k9copy (available in !Universe) for backing up DVDs06:24
vbgunzhow do you cange the KDM theme?06:24
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about kdm - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi06:24
Dr_willis!find kdm06:24
ubotuFound: kdm, kde-kdm-themes, kdmtheme06:24
Dr_willisuse the 'kdmtheme' package it has a tool for it. :)06:24
ubotuFor playing DVD, see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html - "libdvdcss2" can be found at !Medibuntu or (for Feisty and earlier) http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages - Try k9copy (available in !Universe) for backing up DVDs06:24
wilsonhttp://download.videolan.org/pub/libdvdcss/1.2.9/deb/       dead easy to find, just looked on google06:24
[ifr0g]rickey, ^06:24
[ifr0g]rickey, what ubotu said06:25
vbgunzhopefully changing the theme works06:25
KingJereCould someone please tell me where amarok keeps the xml files for podcast feeds? And if it is in /home/kingjere/.kde/share/apps/amarok which one is it?06:27
mike__I am unable to change "boot screen" resolution?06:31
mike__It is "out of range" on boot06:31
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats06:32
[ifr0g]KingJere, you mean the streams ?06:34
elliott541awhat do the buffered memory and cached memory refer to in Ksysguard?06:36
KingJere[ifr0g]: I found the mp3s but I want to find the actual xml file. basically I want to subscribe to all the feeds my wife does/06:36
Daisuke_Ido[ifr0g]: i'm guessing he means "podcast feeds"06:36
KingJereWell maybe not all of them ;)06:37
Daisuke_Idoas far as a quick way like that, i don't know, the easiest way would be to just see what they are and hunt em down06:38
[ifr0g]KingJere, They should be in the dir you said above or /tmp/ or /usr/share/apps/amarok/06:38
Jucato(not if they were added by the user, in which case ~/.kde/share/apps/amarok/06:39
KingJereJucato: I checked there, If its there I don't know which file it is and it sure isn't obvious06:39
JucatoI don't have a feed so I can't really help :)06:40
Jucatoyou can try asking in #amarok but they're probably sleeping...06:40
Daisuke_Idoi do have feeds and i can't find anything06:41
Daisuke_Idothat's why i made the suggestion i did :)06:41
JucatoDaisuke_Ido: what's the name of your feed in amarok?06:41
KingJereJucato: interestingly enought there are two files in /tmp/kde-kingjere/ called amarokryuz7a.tmp and something similar. they are binary though06:41
[ifr0g]Jucato, do a sudo kfind and you can search contents in files recursivly for a match..06:41
Jucato[ifr0g]: why me?06:41
[ifr0g]KingJere, ^^06:41
Daisuke_IdoJucato: as far as...06:42
Jucato!kdesu | [ifr0g]06:42
ubotu[ifr0g]: In KDE, use « kdesudo » (Gutsy) or « kdesu » (Feisty and earlier) to run graphical applications with root privileges when you have to. Do *not* use « sudo <GUI application> »; you can muck up your permissions/config files. For what to use in GNOME, see !gksudo06:42
Daisuke_Idowhat the podcasts are?06:42
JucatoDaisuke_Ido: you can "grep -ir pattern *" so that you can check which file contains the pattern06:42
Jucatoin which case replace pattern with a keyword06:42
JucatoKingJere: you can probably try ~/.kde/share/config/amarokrc too06:43
Daisuke_Idono match so far06:44
Daisuke_Idobut it's still going :)06:44
KingJereJucato: No such file :(06:44
JucatoDaisuke_Ido: um... be sure to be in ~/.kde/share/apps/amarok/ when you run that command...06:44
Daisuke_Idoi was actually just in my home06:45
[ifr0g]Another method is to use lsof to see what files amarok is opening wile playing the podcast06:45
JucatoDaisuke_Ido: hahah :P06:45
Daisuke_Ido[ifr0g]: that doesn't do much good when it downloads beforehand06:45
[ifr0g]And the last way is to find all files that have their modified date to the latest :)06:47
Daisuke_Idoone match.06:47
Daisuke_Ido[ifr0g]: amarok updates multiple files often, that's not that reliable either06:47
Daisuke_Idothat's about it.06:48
Daisuke_Idoif you want to go searching through the tables, feel free06:48
Daisuke_Idoi stand by doing it manually as the best way (you would be done by now)06:49
Jucatook... best way to solve this.. give me a feed to subscribe to.. I can test it06:49
[ifr0g]me too06:49
KingJereDaisuke_Ido: Thanks for all the effort! But perhaps you are right.06:49
Jucatonvm.. I'll find one06:49
KingJere[ifr0g]: try http://www.lugradio.org/episodes.rss06:49
Jucatoprobably from http://www.twit.tv/FLOSS06:50
KingJereeveryone should listen!06:50
dsmith_lspci, says I have a intel 2200bg wireless controller is this supported?06:50
dsmith_do I need windows drivers?06:50
Jucatodsmith_: no need. works out of the box06:50
[ifr0g]dsmith_, yes06:50
dsmith_hmmm, its not though06:50
* Jucato has the same wireless in my laptop06:50
dsmith_so I do need win drivers?06:51
Daisuke_Idoyou do not need win drivers.06:51
[ifr0g]dsmith_, upgrade or fresh install ?06:52
rickeynow i cant get into my apt manger06:53
rickeyrickey@hom-computer:~$ apt-get update06:53
rickeyE: Type 'http://download.videolan.org/pub/libdvdcss/1.2.9/deb/' is not known on line 47 in source list /etc/apt/sources.list06:53
[ifr0g]dsmith_, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs06:53
Jucatorickey: it means that line 47 of /etc/apt/sources.list is wrong06:53
rickeyhow do i fix it06:53
Jucatorickey: "kdesu kate /etc/apt/sources.list" to edit it06:54
rickeyi have no ideal what to do with that06:55
Jucatorickey: press F11 to see the line numbers, go to line 4706:56
dsmith__sorry did I miss anything?06:56
Jucatorickey: can you paste line 47 here?06:56
Jucatodsmith__: <[ifr0g]> dsmith_, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs06:57
dsmith__thx man06:57
Jucatodsmith__: my ipw2200 worked out of the box06:57
dewaghello everyone06:57
rickeyok your going to hafe to start at the beginning06:58
[ifr0g]dsmith_, i dont think you need it, it gets automatically detected..06:58
rickeyi no nothing about this stuff06:58
Jucatorickey: "kdesu kate /etc/apt/sources.list" to edit the file06:58
Jucatorickey: press Alt+F2 and enter "kdesu kate /etc/apt/sources.list" to edit the file06:59
rickeyput it where06:59
dsmith__strange is it says its detected but it wont connect06:59
[ifr0g]dsmith_, how are you connecting ?07:00
dsmith__im on another laptop07:00
rickeynow how to find the 47 line07:00
dsmith__just upgraded on a zt3000 HP07:01
Daisuke_Idodsmith_: are you trying to use knetworkmanager?07:01
Jucatorickey: press F11 to see the line numbers07:01
LogicalDashI have an AVI file with a bunch of HTML junk at the beginning that seems to be keeping me from playing it. Is there any easy way to strip out that junk?07:01
dsmith__no, under system settigns07:01
dsmith__Daisuke_Ido: I was earlier though07:01
rickeythis is the 47th line07:02
Jucatorickey: can you paste that line in here. only that line07:02
Daisuke_Idocheck /etc/network/interfaces first, see if it's listed there07:02
rickey http://download.videolan.org/pub/libdvdcss/1.2.9/deb/07:02
Daisuke_Idothat's not a deb line07:02
KingJererickey: first, its got no "deb" at the beginning07:02
rickeydo i just take it out?07:02
Daisuke_Idoand vlc is in the repos already.07:03
Jucatorickey: just delete it07:03
Daisuke_Idolibdvdcss is in multiverse i think07:03
JucatoDaisuke_Ido: I think he's after the libdvdcss07:03
KingJererickey: What guide told you to add that line if any?07:03
jarnMy volume up/down buttons are not working after the upgrade to Gutsy. They are apparently adjusting SOMETHING, because a volume bar appears on the screen, but whatever it is appears to have no effect and not be able to go over 11%. I have set up the hotkeys in kmix but it still does not do what I want.07:03
rickeyok done07:04
Jucatorickey: save it.then try the "sudo apt-get update" again07:04
rickeyclose it and see what happens ?07:04
Jucatojarn: kinda known bug I think07:04
Jucato[14:04] <Jucato> rickey: save it.then try the "sudo apt-get update" again07:04
jarnJucato: Oh, isi t?07:04
dsmith__Daisuke_Ido: ok I am looking in the interaces conf file07:05
Daisuke_Idoif you want to use networkmanager, your card should NOT be in there (eth1, probably)07:06
se7en^Of^9does someone know how to install the  KDE4s iconset oxygen07:06
rickeyi think it is ok ,let me check07:06
jarnJucato: Ah, yep, thanks. I found the bug about it.07:06
dsmith__I do have eth0 and eth1, eth1 as the wireless07:06
Jucatose7en^Of^9: you can't use it directly on KDE307:06
[ifr0g]jarn, Right click kmix > select master channel, change that to the proper control07:06
=== miles_ is now known as MilesG
jarn[ifr0g]: It already is, it's a known bug in kmilo.07:07
* MilesG is now officially a bachelor in computer information systems07:07
* MilesG exhales cigar smoke07:07
se7en^Of^9thanks Jucato i thought so07:07
rickeyok its good again thanks guys07:07
Jucatorickey: no problem07:07
posingaspopularJucato: i edited my wiki. would you like to take a look and give me some feedback?07:07
Jucatoposingaspopular: sure! throw me the link! :)07:08
dsmith__ip address keeps coming up, which does not match the dhcp ip convention07:08
posingaspopulari will in PM so i dont spam the chan07:08
dsmith__hmmm should be 192.168.0.something07:08
rickeyok the way i got into this trouble was trying to get libdvdcss2 installed so i could watch dvd,s07:09
KingJererickey: remember that file you just edited? open it again the same way.07:09
chipbuddyi've got some questions about setting up dual monitors... but i'm using gnome. will i be able to get any help here?07:10
ubotuFor playing DVD, see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html - "libdvdcss2" can be found at !Medibuntu or (for Feisty and earlier) http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages - Try k9copy (available in !Universe) for backing up DVDs07:11
Jucatorickey: ^^^07:11
[ifr0g]chipbuddy, did you ask at #ubuntu07:11
rickeyi have kubuntu 71007:11
chipbuddyyeah, but 1) there are a whole lot of people in there, so it looks like my posts are getting missed, and 2) this channel is way cooler07:11
KingJerechipbuddy: flattery will get you nowhere07:12
Dr_willischipbuddy,  whats your video card?07:12
rickeybrb coffee07:12
[ifr0g]chipbuddy, what card ?07:12
chipbuddyradeon x80007:12
dsmith__copuld it be that ip6 is being used?07:13
KingJererickey: click menu > system > console (I don't do much point and click :(07:13
KingJererickey: click menu > system > Konsole (I don't do much point and click :(07:13
chipbuddythe little tool that was included in gnome doesn't seem to be getting me anywhere. and really i want to get games running, so if i can just make the two screen stop mirroring eachother i think that would be an improvement07:14
chipbuddyhow can i get 1 monitor to just be blank... like... turn it off07:14
chipbuddyaside from unplugging it07:14
rickeyrickey@hom-computer:~$  http://download.videolan.org/pub/libdvdcss/1.2.9/deb/07:16
rickeybash: http://download.videolan.org/pub/libdvdcss/1.2.9/deb/: No such file or directory07:16
Dr_willisif using the fglrx drivers. I think theres an ati/fglrx tool you should be using07:16
rickeydidnt work07:16
Dr_willisrickey,  you dont use http:// as a COMMAND in the shell07:17
Dr_willisthat appears to me as a directory you would look at with a browser to download somthing from. :007:17
KingJererickey: your in a Konsole?07:17
mads2where can i change the font in the shell?07:17
rickeytake the http:// out07:17
KingJererickey: no.07:17
mads2shell as in where i go when i press ctrl + alt + f107:17
mads2the default font there is way too big07:18
mads2in the default ubuntu install?07:18
Dr_willismads2,  konsole has a font settings menu item. The 'console' you use the 'consolechars' command07:18
KingJeretype this sudo aptitude install libdvdcss207:18
mads2i dont wanna use konsole07:18
mads2i dont wanna be in xorg when handling that stuff07:18
Dr_willis the 'default' font is set in the   /etc/console-tools/config     file07:18
KingJererickey: then your password07:18
Dr_willisthats for the 'console' - Not 'konsole' :)07:19
rickeyok it says it is done07:19
KingJererickey: watch some dvds:)07:19
rickeyi did my password07:19
rickey sorry to be so much trouble07:20
Dr_willis /usr/share/consolefonts/ - is where the dozens of consolefonts are stored07:20
KingJererickey: there is probably a point and click way to do the same thing, but darned if I know it07:20
KingJererickey: no prob07:20
mads2Dr_willis: can you recommend some good fonts?07:21
mads2i know. :]07:21
KingJereWanna know why I love getting support in IRC? No accent :)07:21
dsmith__wow, hibernate and suspend works..07:22
blizzzeki want to connect to a win 2003 server with krdc via rdp protocol. rdp:/here.hostname.de:1 <-- does not work (server is correct), i think i have to replace 1 with something else... half a year ago i did it, but i forgot how i did it  :D any suggestions?07:22
dsmith__you dont need a port number07:22
dsmith__well you shouldn't anyway07:23
virnikcan somebody help me out solving automount problem with gutsy?07:23
blizzzekdsmith__: does not work either, trying it currently07:23
dsmith__like that07:23
dsmith__vnc, you use port numbers07:23
dsmith__I had a M$ suppot vendor come in today and the fella did not have a laptop withhim07:24
MilesGis there a way to echo date into a file through a bash script?07:24
blizzzekhm... i works now... without port... but i am pretty sure, i did nothing else then try before... well, it works without por :D thanks dsmith__07:24
dsmith__I fired up the xunbuntu box and installed krdc, he was impressed07:24
Thonolanhello i use feisty fawn after a broken update to gutsy my system run but i cant use alsa or arts i have installed the recommend packets but if i try this : /proc/asound/cards i get this error :bash: /cat/proc/asound/cards: No such file or directory07:24
MilesGsuch as --> echo "the date is " + date >> myfile.txt07:24
Dr_willismads2,  i tend to just use the kernel default. resetting what ubuntu 'tweaks'  they do. theres some in the package manager tool also.07:25
blizzzekthats a server of my university, they have a mixture of suses und windowses07:25
dsmith__everything seems to work on this zt3000, except wireless07:25
dsmith__I have to go back and study some more07:26
KingJereMilesG: echo 'date'07:26
dsmith__well I am out thx room07:26
KingJereMilesG: er wait no07:26
KingJereMilesG: just date >> text.txt07:27
Thonolani lltry to googlebuti didnt find any solution07:27
kristenWell.... compiz is nice. :)07:27
MilesGKingJere: yea but what about if you want to accompany text with that?07:27
muchanicecho "the date is `date`" >> text.txt07:29
virnikcan somebody help me out solving automount problem with gutsy?07:29
muchanicman date to see the format options07:29
KingJereMilesG: need to be on the same line?07:29
MilesGKingJere: itd be best if they were together..07:30
MilesGim writing a script to be in /etc/init.d/ i want to echo "service started " $DATE into a log file07:30
Thonolannobody any tip ?07:30
* MilesG know $DATE isnt it though07:30
MilesGif they could be next to eachother, thatd be fine07:31
pillowpantshow do you get gpg to encrypt a file not leave the original laying around07:31
KingJereMilesG: echo "text" >> text.txt & date >> text.txt puts them on two different lines07:31
MilesGKingJere: that works, thanks a lot07:32
rickeyFailed to find mountpoint for /dev/scd0   dose anyone know what that means?\07:32
pillowpantsie, gpg -e /file07:32
KingJereMilesG: I'm no quitter. Lets put em ont he same line07:32
pillowpantsi read the man page, but i dont see any mention07:32
rickeywen i try to use kaffien it give that reson for not playing07:33
Daisuke_Idorickey: your cd drive has no defined mountpoint07:34
muchanicMilesG/KingJere: use backticks: echo "blah blah `date` blah" >> file.txt07:34
rickeyhow do i fix that07:34
KingJeremuchanic: I forgot about that!07:34
KingJereMilesG: Hes right.07:35
MilesGmuchanic: ahhhhh i thought those were single quotes lol07:35
MilesGi saw that on this site im looking at too07:35
MilesGthanks a lot guys07:35
rickeybrb coffee07:36
KingJereI haven't the nerve to upgrade to gutsy. What am I missing?07:37
MilesGKingJere: headache07:38
KingJereMilesG: good one.07:38
rickeyDaisuke do you mind trying to help me fix my cd drive?07:38
MilesGKingJere: from my own experience, and what ive seen in here, there is trouble with sound and wireless07:39
KingJereThe fact is I dont' have a good backup.07:39
KingJereNo wireless here07:39
LynoureKingJere: and with Hibernate/Suspend07:39
KingJereLynoure: I have never had Hibernate and suspend work right.07:39
LynoureFor me (and quite many others) hibernate now hangs, suspend happens but no recovery07:39
* MilesG never uses hibernate or suspend07:39
LynoureKingJere: Hibernate worked nicely for me in Feisty07:40
KingJereLynoure: except if I kill X and suspend from the command line07:40
LynoureAnd not that FF refuses to get saved with session, not using suspend/hibernate is more annoying that it could be07:40
KingJereBTW I don't have kubuntu-desktop installed. I do a text system install and build from there so suspend saves me only like 8 seconds07:41
rickeyFailed to find mountpoint for /dev/scd0    can anyone help me fix this please?07:41
KingJererickey: What app gave yhou that message?07:43
KingJererickey: still trying to watch dvds?07:44
KingJererickey: did kaffeine come up on its own?07:44
rickeyi ant giveing up even if it takes all nigth07:44
KingJererickey: good. I hate a quitter07:45
rickeyno it was a chice07:45
Daisuke_IdoKingJere: everyone does07:45
Daisuke_Idothat's why i still smoke :D07:45
KingJereDaisuke_Ido: thats not waht I meant07:45
rickeybrb gota pee07:46
KingJereyou folks running gutsy, whats the default app for watching dvds?07:46
rickeykafeine comes up in the choice box07:48
KingJererickey: just a sec while I install kaffeine.07:48
Jucatokaffeine, with the proper codecs07:49
rickeyit told me to get libdvdccs207:49
mike__correct :)07:49
mike__hmm ,Its in add/remove07:50
mike__^^not :(07:51
KingJererickey: under settings, do you see xine engine param?07:51
rickeyyes it is07:51
rickeyno i dont07:51
WaltzingAlongvlc mplayer07:52
rickeydo i need to install that07:52
mike__I installed "ubuntu-restricted-extras"07:52
KingJererickey: I'm not trying to be an @$$ but are you trying to watch a legit dvd?07:53
WaltzingAlong!info mplayer07:53
ubotumplayer: The Ultimate Movie Player For Linux. In component multiverse, is extra. Version 2:1.0~rc1-0ubuntu13 (gutsy), package size 3775 kB, installed size 9428 kB07:53
Jucatomike__: we use kubuntu-restricted-extras. not ubuntu07:53
WaltzingAlong!info vlc07:53
ubotuvlc: multimedia player and streamer. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.8.6.release.c-0ubuntu5 (gutsy), package size 1134 kB, installed size 3228 kB07:53
rickey it is store broth07:53
mike__Jucato: oops07:53
rickeya walmart speical07:54
KingJereI don't know, but is there any way that no link was made from /dev/dvd to the right device? Others please comment07:54
mike__I want to change boot resolution?07:54
mike__kde is fine07:54
* MilesG wants to upgrade to kubuntoo07:55
MilesGcrackhead_25_ ?07:56
kaminixHmm... why is my Konversation traybar thing flashing? Nothing's red...07:59
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Daisuke_Idoprivate message?08:00
kaminixNope, none08:00
MilesGkaminix: its God08:00
kaminixMje, I don't think so08:00
KingJerekaminix: every time your taskbar flashes someone has upgraded to gutsy :)08:01
MilesGGod just upgraded to gutsy08:01
* MilesG cries08:02
kaminixHmm... seem to flash everytime someone writes a message in my open channel...08:02
KingJereif its S.O.S. in morse they wish they didn't08:02
kaminixNah, it's just random08:03
rickeyok i think i figured out whats wrong with playing my dvd,s08:05
kaminixProbably som haxx they added to the Konversation deb-package. if $user="alex" and $system="minipax"....08:05
KingJererickey: share.08:05
KingJererickey: cause i'm stumped08:05
rickey my xine extra pugins  is not high ligthed in add and remove08:05
rickey i cant chose it08:05
rickey i need to fix that08:06
KingJererickey: what menu are you in? Where do you see this?08:06
rickeyadd and remove programs08:07
WaltzingAlongadept manager08:07
rickeyi think i need to go into apt manger and install it08:07
KingJerekaminix: check out settings> notifications08:09
KingJerekaminix: check out settings> config notifications08:10
KingJerekonversatiion will tell you everything except when th coffee is ready.08:11
dewaghi all08:12
KingJereOh well, maybe in 2.008:12
rickeyand i can smell coffee ,ill let you know about that08:12
* KingJere makes feature request08:12
JucatoKingJere: you can always make a dcop script that you can plug into konvi08:12
Jucatoconnect kteatime and konvi...08:13
KingJereJucato: I just knew someone would say something like that.08:13
Jucato(is there a koffeetime? :D)08:13
* Jucato is listening to Butterfly by Anime on Digimon [Amarok]08:13
Jucatosomething like that with Amarok :)08:13
KingJereTheres an easier way. "Hey $SONSNAME is the coffee ready?!"08:13
* Jucato needs to fix his collection son08:14
KingJerejust gotta make that an environment variable and voila!08:14
slt07Hey guys, i have just tried out kubuntu for the first time, its very nice08:15
kaminixKingJere: Thanks! :D08:15
gilalguien que hable español?08:15
KingJerekaminix: Which one was it?08:15
Jucato!es | gil08:15
ubotugil: Si busca ayuda en Español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, allí obtendrá mas ayuda.08:15
Jucatoslt07: welcome to the wonderful world of Kubuntu, Linux, and Free and Open Source Software08:16
kaminixKingJere: The one at configure notifications I think, telling it to flash when failing to connect to a server (irc.zirc.org is down). Changed settings in both though.08:16
WaltzingAlongslt07: 7.10 ?08:16
slt07Ye, Walt08:17
Elephantmanhello :)08:17
WaltzingAlongslt07: what had you used before and what prompted you to try out kubuntu?08:17
KingJereslt07: first Linux?08:18
slt07I've lived with windows for a long time ..08:18
slt07It suxs pretty bad08:18
slt07First time on Linux08:18
KingJereslt07: my first stop with kubuntu is always www.ubuntuguide.org08:19
KingJereThe one for gutsy is still in the making though08:19
KingJeregive em time though. those guys do good work.08:20
KingJerenight all. I'm in CST and should have been in bed a LONG time ago. Peace.08:23
sebastian^good morning folks :)08:29
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mike__several packages are not available with add/remove but are no problem with ap-get ?08:41
Jucatoyep. you might want to try out Adept Manager instead08:42
supert0nesadd/remove is nice when you first install your system, but after that apt-get/Adept are way more usefull08:43
mike__Jucato: it need installing in 7.10?08:43
JucatoK Menu -> System -> Adept Manager08:43
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mike__Jucato: All good :)08:44
Op3rhello how can you install skype on kubuntu gutsy?08:59
ubotuTo install Skype on Ubuntu, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Skype - To record on Skype, check: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SkypeRecordingHowto09:00
Tm_TOp3r: hmm, like to change your realname?09:00
Op3rOh sorry09:03
Op3ryep downloading it now09:04
slt07Hey , i've just downloaded CS LAN 1.6.exe .. Can i install it on Kubuntu 7.04?09:36
needleswhat does "phy0->rt2x00pci_write_tx_data: Error - Arrived at non-free entry in the non-full queue 1." mean?09:39
needlesits flooding my console09:39
Arandel[at-work]Guys my bottom pannel has gone, how do i restore it?09:43
mike__Arandel[at-work]: during update/after09:43
Arandel[at-work]I was checking some settings09:44
Arandel[at-work]everything was ok09:44
Arandel[at-work]and suddenly09:44
Arandel[at-work]it has gone...09:44
mike__ok common prob ,Can you not "right click" and add?\09:44
mike__oh maybe not,,,You have no panels at all ,,hmm09:45
Arandel[at-work]when kubuntu loads it flashes and disapperas09:45
Arandel[at-work]by the way i configured it so it would hide automatically09:45
Arandel[at-work]it worked...09:45
Arandel[at-work]but now it doesn't reappear09:46
Arandel[at-work]how do I launch system settings?09:46
Arandel[at-work]what is the command?09:46
mike__run command,,system settings09:46
DeadJonesi used sudo apt-get -f install after the gui upgrade stalled out twice. i thought i was screwed. but the -f install seems to have completed the update.  not in any real hurry to reboot to find out but im sure it works :p09:46
DeadJonesarandel try: ps x         in a console09:47
DeadJoneslook for that prog listed .. if u see it, take the pid # and do a kill -9 thatnumber09:48
DeadJonesthen try running the prog again09:48
Arandel[at-work]what "it"?09:48
DeadJonesits prolly stalled or hung09:48
DeadJonesoh wait. sorry, only read the last part. didnt see the whole thing :p09:48
Arandel[at-work]lot's of kdeinit stuff09:49
Arandel[at-work]may be it really stalled somehow?09:49
DeadJonesdid u just update to gutsy?09:49
DeadJonesdid it work or stall out?09:50
Arandel[at-work]it worked09:50
Arandel[at-work]it seems it worked before restart'09:50
DeadJonesoh, so ur the one.  i heard it worked for someone09:50
Arandel[at-work]so what should I do? xD09:50
mike__gutsy is better with the updates09:50
DeadJonesu try logout?09:50
gary_inNYCis it possible to share a mounted ntfs partition over a LAN in gutsy even though the partition was created and owned by XP?  i dual boot09:51
Arandel[at-work]ok i will09:51
DeadJonessort-of possible to share that ntfs partition but nix has some issues in write on it. in the past its been read only09:51
DeadJonesall working now arandel?09:53
Arandel[at-work]hmm no09:53
DeadJonesmouseover doesnt bring it back?09:53
DeadJonesoh. ur screwed then :p09:53
gary_inNYCi see, because i'm having a problem sharing it altogether.  i can easily share any folder in my home directory, but not so with any ntfs mount... it'll put me on a repeat login if i try to access it on a win machine09:53
Arandel[at-work]thx )09:53
DeadJonesnah, dunno. im sure there's some trick to bring it up09:53
needlesArandel[at-work] : do you mean kicker is messing up?09:54
needleskicking is the panel09:54
Arandel[at-work]yep kinda09:54
needlesArandel[at-work] : run kicker in a terminal09:54
DeadJoneshis kicker disappeared09:54
Arandel[at-work]ERROR: kicker is allready running09:55
needleskillall kicker09:55
needlesthen run kicker again09:55
Arandel[at-work]shit it appeared and disappeared )09:55
needlesrun top09:55
needleshow much resources is it taking up?09:55
DeadJonestoo bad 'killall wife' or 'killall boss' dont work09:55
needlesDeadJones : i wish i could sudo apt-get install girlfriend09:56
Arandel[at-work]well not much09:56
DeadJoneswoohoo. that'd be a nice one09:56
Arandel[at-work]how do I launch system settings?09:56
DeadJonesheh, ive just managed to crash konq and nautilus09:56
needlesArandel[at-work] : uh, im not sure09:56
Arandel[at-work]I think I should just configure so it doesnot automatically hide09:56
DeadJonesnow dolphin crashed. i really need a restart. but im terrified09:57
DeadJoneswith my absolute screwed luck, i'll be in reboot hell for amonth09:57
Arandel[at-work]by the way09:58
Arandel[at-work]when I launch kicker09:58
Arandel[at-work]X Error: BadDevice, invalid or uninitialized input device 15809:58
Arandel[at-work]  Major opcode:   14609:58
Arandel[at-work]   Minor opcode:   309:58
Arandel[at-work]   Resource id:    0x009:59
needlesArandel[at-work] : thats somewhat common09:59
Arandel[at-work]Failed to open device09:59
Arandel[at-work]so? )09:59
needlesyou can just ignore it09:59
Arandel[at-work]ah damn09:59
needlesi get 155 error alot09:59
needlesits just driver this or that09:59
DeadJonesnearly everything gives a failed notice but still runs09:59
needlesArandel[at-work] : type konqeror into the terminal and google the problem09:59
needlesbound to have happended before09:59
Arandel[at-work]damn just have to find out command for system settnigs )10:00
DeadJoneswhen searching for it, use common phrases .. u get better results10:00
DeadJoneslike 'kicker disappeared'10:00
Arandel[at-work]Oh yes!10:02
Arandel[at-work]command is kcontrol10:02
mike__crashes hers10:02
Arandel[at-work]there I just set the pannel to do not hide10:02
needlesoh wait, never mind that10:03
needlesArandel[at-work] : ha, i suspected that was the problem10:03
needlesset to hide10:03
needlesim loving going back and forth between console and x10:04
mike__needles: set to hide?10:04
mike__i cannot get it going?10:05
needlesctrl + alt + f1 > f810:05
needlesmike__ : its just set to hide or something along those lines, maybe by accident10:05
mike__needles: Yes because "system settings' is limited!10:06
needlesmike__ : what do you mean limited?10:08
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pparkerhi here10:12
needlespparker : hello10:12
pparkeri'm searching for help running kde4 on gutsy10:12
ubotuKDE 4 is the next major release of the K Desktop Environment. For more information see <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KDE_4>. The Release Schedule is available at http://techbase.kde.org/Schedules/KDE4/4.0_Release_Schedule. Beta 3 packages can be found at http://kubuntu.org/announcements/kde4-beta3.php10:12
pparkeri've followed instructions but it don't start10:12
needleswhat is it telling you10:13
pparkerwith xephyr it's very slow , lot of debug messages10:13
pparkerwith kdm it logins but nothing happears10:14
needlespparker : i dont know what to say, ive been wanting to upgrade to kde4, but im waiting for it to release officially10:15
pparkerneedles: beta2 was very bugie but works10:16
pparkerlivecd is amazing10:17
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pparkerand i want start using it now10:17
Jucato<pparker> with xephyr it's very slow , lot of debug messages <--- kde4 packages are built with full debug enabled10:17
pparkeranyone successfully using kde 4 packages here ?10:19
mike__not yet10:20
pparkeranother question related to grub10:20
pparkerit works but i don't see what is underlighted10:21
pparkerhow to change underlight color to white (for now it's black)10:22
Op3rDoes kubuntu really need to gorge up the memory? I mean I only have 512 mb of memory :(10:22
JucatoOp3r: what do you mean?10:22
Op3rI mean this Mem:    450300k total,   442076k used,     8224k free,     7460k buffers10:22
JucatoOp3r: K Menu -> System -> Kinfocenter then click on Memory10:23
needlesis it possible to watch movies in the console?10:23
needlesand/or see images?10:23
Jucatoif you see Application Data (red) overflowing the Physical memory, then something's terribly wrong10:24
Op3rI think somebody actually did that10:24
Op3ralthough its on ascii10:24
Jucatoyeah, ascii art10:24
Op3rlike the application data took up 70%10:25
needlesJucato : i heard you can do it with mplayer and fb support10:25
needleshow would i do that in kubuntu?10:25
JucatoOp3r: Linux handles RAM a bit differently than Windows... what you see as memory being used might not actually be for Applications10:25
Jucatoneedles: that I don't know10:25
Jucato!ram | Op3r10:25
ubotuOp3r: A quick FAQ on Memory Management: http://gentoo-wiki.com/FAQ_Linux_Memory_Management For Lubos Lunak's desktop memory usage comparison, see: http://ktown.kde.org/~seli/memory/desktop_benchmark.html10:25
JucatoOp3r: have you checked kinfocenter?10:25
needlesOp3r : do you have any swap enabled?10:25
Op3rYes I am checking10:26
Op3rAnd yes I have swap enabled10:26
Jucatois everything slow?10:26
needlesi have a swap partition half the size of my ram10:26
Op3rIm just being oc on the memory being used10:26
Op3rmy swap was like 1.2gb10:26
Op3rno its 1.04 gb rather10:27
JucatoOp3r: basically, Linux makes wise and good use of your RAM to make your computer run in the most efficient way possible10:28
pparkeri mean grub is working,i see menu, but i can't see what i select because select color is black10:28
JucatoOp3r: just because you see all your RAM being used, doesn't mean applications are using it all10:28
Op3rYep I understand10:29
Jucatomost of it is used by Disk Cache10:29
Op3rcos I have 15 tabs opened in firefox kopete and skype is opened I also have xmms running plus 3 konsole :(10:30
Jucato(well firefox would most probably be the culprit)10:30
Op3rI think it is10:30
Jucato3 konsoles?10:31
Op3ryep terminal10:31
Jucatowhy 3 separate konsoles/10:31
Op3rFor my servers10:31
Op3rLike 2 tabs opened each10:31
Op3rIm using it to ssh to my servers10:31
Jucatohm... versus 6 tabs in one window? :)10:31
Jucatooh well... your call :)10:32
Op3rthat way I can just glance at them 3 at the same time10:32
Jucatoyou might want to take a look into Yakuake too10:32
Jucato!info yakuake10:32
ubotuyakuake: a Quake-style terminal emulator based on KDE Konsole technology. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.8-0ubuntu1 (gutsy), package size 167 kB, installed size 1048 kB10:32
Op3rdoing it now10:33
JohnFluxneedles:  mplayer -vo fb  file.avi10:33
Jucatoonce installed, run it, and press F1210:33
JohnFluxneedles:  mplayer -vo aa  file.avi10:33
JohnFluxor: needles:  mplayer -vo caa  file.avi10:33
needles_JohnFlux : thats it?10:33
JucatoJohnFlux!!! (meow)10:33
JohnFluxneedles: just by default running:  mplayer file.avi      it should work10:33
Op3rJucato, do you know whats the thing called like the dock on os x?10:34
Op3rlike an app launcher?10:34
needles_JohnFlux : im testing it immeadiately10:34
JucatoOp3r: kooldock? kxdocker (no longer maintained and packaged)? kiba-dock?10:34
Op3rwhats a better one?10:35
JucatoOp3r: btw, Katapult,  a sort of Quicksilver clone, is installed and enabled by default (Press ALt=Space)10:35
Jucatobah I can't type!10:35
JohnFluxJucato: http://bp2.blogger.com/_uykUGdiPttw/RyB1aBF8OFI/AAAAAAAAAHI/4z3vDjLBDRQ/s1600-h/plasma5.png10:35
Jucatoyeah I know what the dock is.. but I can't say which is the better one.. :P10:35
JohnFluxJucato: what do you think of the process list?10:35
JohnFluxJucato: I don't like the horizontal colors yet10:36
Jucatoloading... taking a long time... connection sucks ;(10:36
Jucatokool! (except for the alternate background color in lists :P)10:36
JucatoJohnFlux: btw, did you remove the Tree view option?10:37
Jucatojust wondering... I only found out about that a few weeks ago :)10:37
JucatoI mean about that feature in the Process Table10:37
luigi_aiuto non entro in hotmail con konqueror e moxilla10:37
Jucato!it | luigi_10:37
ubotuluigi_: Vai su #ubuntu-it o su #kubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie!10:37
JohnFluxJucato: no it's in that drop down list on the top right10:38
Jucatoooooh :)10:38
JohnFluxJucato: I think the bright green tooltip will also be toned down by the artist guys :-D10:39
Jucatoyeah.. it's too bright.. but I love that there's a tooltip that explains that now :)10:40
JucatoJohnFlux: you rock! :)10:40
JohnFluxJucato: suggestions? :)10:40
Jucato(now have you decided if it's going to be Keep above others or not?)10:40
JucatoJohnFlux: the only comment isn't really for ksysguard but for the yucky yellow backgroud color :P10:41
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JohnFluxJucato: I'm sure that will be changed10:41
needlesJohnFlux : it doesnt seem to be working, just a bunch of dots dance acroos my screen10:41
JucatoI hope so too :)10:41
JohnFluxJucato: The KeepAbove is on by default now10:41
JohnFluxJucato: but if the user changes it, it remembers it10:41
Jucatokool! :)10:42
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JohnFluxJucato: so you just right click the window title, untick keep above, and that's it10:42
Jucatobtw, last time I tried it, Ctrl+Esc calls it, and it can be banished by plain Esc now right?10:42
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* Jucato wonders if he was dreaming10:42
* JohnFlux checks10:42
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needlesJohnFlux : all I had to install was mplayer, with no other configuring to watch it in console?10:43
JohnFluxJucato: yes, Esc closes it10:43
Jucatowoot! :)10:43
needlesno "fb" configuring like ive heard about elsewhere?10:43
JohnFluxneedles: what sort of dots dance across the screen?10:43
tdsctrl+alt+esc also closes a certain window you click on10:44
Jucatotds: we know :)10:44
wscan someone help me with vmware server on kubuntu... which possibilities do i have to access the linux filesystem from a vmware windows xp image?10:44
Jucatowe were discussing the ksysguard process table in kde410:44
JohnFluxneedles: ah sorry it's   mplayer -vo fbdev  file.avi10:44
tdsJucato, i just found out today about it10:44
Jucatotds: only in KDE :)10:44
needlesJohnFlux : they look to be different text characters10:45
Jucato(you have to manually run xkill in GNOME or map it to a keyboard shortcut)10:45
tdsdid any of you comment on Digg.com about the 10 ubuntu things?10:45
luigi_i cant access hotmail whit konqueror and firefox10:45
tdsluigi_, are you running moblock?10:46
JohnFluxneedles: when using fbdev?10:46
needlesJohnFlux : its telling me i cant open /dev/fb0 and a few other errors10:47
tdsluigi_, if you don't know, then you aren't10:47
JohnFluxtds: I added a comment to the first post about ksysguard :-D10:47
needlesim checking the man page, but still eager to see it work10:47
JohnFluxneedles: hmm10:47
tdsluigi_, moblock is like peergaurdian. it blocks MS and other co's10:47
JohnFluxneedles: what graphics card?10:47
luigi_how can i see if i have moblock??10:48
needlesJohnFlux : tnt2 model 6410:48
needlesand older card10:48
tdsJohnFlux, I thought your name seemed familiar. you commented on my post about ksysguard not taking priority over other apps10:48
needlesarchaic even10:48
tdsluigi_, you have to install it from the repo's so chances are, you're not if you don't know10:49
ws can someone help me with vmware server on kubuntu... which possibilities do i have to access the linux filesystem from a vmware windows xp image?10:49
JohnFluxtds: I implemented it last night :P10:49
JohnFluxtds: in response to your message10:49
tdsJohnFlux, cool, looking forward to KDE410:49
tdsJohnFlux, will it preside over games and everything or will that just screw something up? i know MS can't make it like that or they haven't on XP10:50
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luigi_i don t have moblock on my pc10:52
luigi_i have to install it?10:52
tdsluigi_, do you have anything like ad-block or no-script?10:52
tdsluigi_, no, don't install it unless you need it10:53
ThylioIs it possible to play Xvid movies in kubuntu?10:53
luigi_no i haven t10:53
JohnFluxtds: I tested with one full screen app, and it came on top of that10:53
tdsThylio, yes, it's no problem to play them10:54
luigi_i have ip-tables but is not configureted10:54
JohnFluxtds: hmm, one sec10:54
JucatoThylio: yes. just install kubuntu-restricted-extras and you can play them10:54
Jucato(or libxine1-ffmpeg if you want to be specific)10:54
ThylioOkay;)    Do VLC vork? When i have install codecs?10:54
Jucatoeven kaffeine will work10:55
tdsThylio, as far as I know, VLC has them built in, i could be wrong10:55
luigi_so whot can i do??10:56
tdsJohnFlux, I assume the same could be implemented with the alsa mixer, right? I have to manually control the volume when in full screen like games10:56
tdsluigi_, have you checked router settings?10:57
vangerhave a proplem... please help10:57
tdsluigi_, have a firewall?10:57
tdsluigi_, can you ping www.microsoft.com?10:58
vangerplease, HELP!!!@10:58
JohnFluxtds: do you have a shortcut or something to show it?10:59
tdsluigi_, i guess if you can access MS site, it wouldn't be a firewall or something11:00
ben_microsoft blocks pings11:00
ben_try google11:00
luigi_i haven t firewall11:00
tdsluigi_, have you installed flash for firefox? i'm not sure it's dependent on that though as i don't use hotmail11:00
luigi_i have kubuntu 7.1011:00
ben_Microsoft sites don't respond to pings11:00
tdsJohnFlux, yes, i have a multimedia keyboard with a volume dial11:00
needlesJohnFlux : any other pointers, the man page is turning me up empty11:01
JohnFluxtds: ah11:01
tdsJohnFlux, for ksysgaurd, just ctrl+esc11:01
luigi_yes i have install flash but in one site i can t see the web cam11:01
JohnFluxneedles: did you tell me what video card you haev?11:01
JohnFluxoh tnt11:01
JohnFluxneedles: modprobe rivafb  maybe?11:02
tdsluigi_, not sure what to tell you. it works fine in windows?11:02
needlesJohnFlux : tnt2 model 64, yeah11:02
luigi_yes in windows if works11:03
luigi_it works11:03
JohnFluxneedles: try   mplayer -vo vesa file.avi11:03
needlesJohnFlux : no luck on that one11:04
needlesthe man page will turn me up something11:04
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JohnFluxneedles: does modprobe  rivafb    work?11:05
JohnFluxneedles and then using -vo fbdev11:05
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tdsluigi_, what kind of message do you get in firefox when going there?11:06
tdsluigi_, if you're using a wireless router, might need to change the mtu11:07
mike__How can I place 'trash"' on the desktop?11:07
luigi_when i access in www.hotmail.com whit mozilla i insert my login e password of hotmail, after i can t see my e mail11:07
needlesJohnFlux : modprobe didnt seem to do anything11:08
JohnFluxneedles: and mplayer -vo fbdev  still doesn't work?11:08
needlesJohnFlux : no, turns up errors11:08
tdsluigi_, got popups enabled, java enabled, etc?11:08
Ace2016Anyone know a media player with visualisations i can run full screen?11:10
needlesAce2016 : audacious11:10
Jucatoamarok w/ amarok fs?11:10
needlesAce2016 : or amorak itself11:10
Ace2016i didn't know that amarok did full screen visualisations, i thought it only had the little scope like thing at the bottom11:11
tdsluigi_, all i can tell you is google, "can't access hotmail"11:11
dc2447anyone having any issues with the kde panel locking up since the upgrade to 7.10 / 3.5.8?11:11
needlesdc2447 : there was someone complaining about it earlier11:11
mike__kcontrol will only run from konsole11:12
dc2447needles: Didn't think it was just me :(  Gutted11:12
mike__not "run command"11:12
mike__dc2447: fresh install is best11:13
dc2447mike__: rather than upgrade?  Who can afford to blow away their workstation?11:16
mike__dc2447: Kubuntu it not a true "rolling release" without probs like Debian11:21
mike__Save /home and install /11:22
tdsdc2447, but what I like about it is it has more features.11:24
tdsit's more fun being on the edge of newer software and ideals11:25
dc2447tds: - what has more features?11:25
dc2447 mike__; this is the first time I have ever had a problem like this11:25
Op3r  Yay11:25
tdsdc2447, the newer releases11:25
Op3rdoes anyone have a suggested theme to use? Like a very cool one?11:26
dc2447tds: that was why I upgraded11:26
tdsdc2447, yep, without people like us who try out the newer stuff, there'd be no stable releases. i can't stand the Debian or other distro elitism saying their distro is more stable11:28
vbgunz_anyone know how to make middle click in konqueror (except for closing tabs) do nothing?11:29
vbgunz_I am really tired of middle clicking and missing and leaving the page on some behaviour I still have no idea what11:29
vbgunz_hmmm, I got it11:29
Op3rif you really want a stable system I think its safe to say it really depends on the user11:29
vbgunz_it appears the shortcut 'shift+insert' is mapped to middle click11:29
wertyif i have kde & ubuntu together will i have to install sometimes twice a programme?11:30
Op3rwerty, it should be detected by both11:30
wertyso for example if i install it on gnome i will also have on kde the same time...11:31
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dc2447 tds: Gutsy isn't newer stuff  - it's the latest release - it isn't a beta or alpha - it should be stable like the other releases - I'm sure this problem is resolveable11:31
TimSIs there a command line image resizer, similar to mencoder for videos?11:32
tdsTimS, why command line when you can use a gui? you want more commands to memorize?11:33
TimStds quicker? Easier?11:33
needleswhat dir is the video card kept in?11:33
dc2447TimS: netpbm or imagemagic11:33
TimSThanks :D11:34
needlesunder /dev/what11:34
tdsTimS, that's dependent on your memory. i don't like using it when possible11:35
tdsneedles, /dev/video0, i think11:35
TimSIs there a image resizer that will easily resize batches of files?11:36
dc2447TimS: something like this - for image in `find . -type f -name \*.png ; do  convert $image -resize 50% image_resized.png ; done11:37
TimSThanks, is that with Imagemagick11:38
dc2447TimS: yes11:39
TimSdc2447: When I run that I get11:40
emilsedghis the hsf conexant driver ready for gutsy?11:42
dc2447sorry tim there is a typo -  for image in `find . -type f -name \*.png` ; do  convert $image -resize 50% image_resized.png ; done11:43
TimSThank :D11:44
TimSWont all pictures come out as the same name?11:45
dc2447ooops for image in `find . -type f -name \*.png` ; do  convert $image -resize 50% $image_resized.png ; done11:46
TimSHaha :P11:47
TimSfor image in `find . -type f -name \*.jpg` ; do  convert $image -resize 320x240 $image_resized.jpg ; done11:47
dc2447You are rocking now11:47
TimSCan I put them in a folder?11:47
TimSconvert/$image ?11:47
dc2447yes - for image in `find . -type f -name \*.png` ; do  convert $image -resize 50% $image_resized.png ; mv $image_resized.png convert/; done11:49
azukjust make sure your image names don't have spaces in them if you use that11:50
TimSOh thankyou :D11:50
ksivajianyone here have problem wiht "system setting"  ?11:51
poison--can i add more space from other partition to the partition i have with gutsy11:52
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in Gnome under Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For Edgy, see !fstab and !DiskMounter11:52
TimSdc2447: mv: cannot stat `.jpg': No such file or directory11:53
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Op3rhow can you enable compiz-fusion?11:56
dc2447TimS: try: for image in `find . -type f -name \*.png` ; do  convert $image -resize 50% ${image}_resized.png ; mv ${image}_resized.png convert/; done11:56
cucowhos idea was it to use dolphin as the default filesystem browser on 7.10?11:58
JohnFluxgotta love ppl who ask a question and they stay for less than 1 minute11:59
Op3rcuco, im also wanting to know the answer for that and curse the one who suggested it12:00
TimSdc2447: I know what the problem is, its converting some that are in folders, and there isnt a convert/ in that folder12:00
cucoi actually think it is a great idea. "huge balls"12:00
Op3rI hate it12:01
cucoget used to it, it will be part of kde412:01
Op3ryeah when I want to upgrade that is12:02
Op3rbut why confuse the matter?12:02
cucowell, IMHO the two panels implementation is better then Konqueror's one12:02
wertyproblem every time i run firestarter he runs for a while but after a few minutes suddenly dissapears form the tray icon and generally doesn't run why?12:03
LynoureOp3r: there is no need to get used of it. If you really dislike it (I know I do), campaign against it, or for the features you think it should have12:04
LynoureOp3r: I bet it won't be impossible to continue using konqueror as file manager, either.12:05
Op3rI bet12:05
lubashkahello! i need some help, what command should i write to join some definite channel?12:10
Lynourelubashka: /join #channelname12:10
alesanI wanted to install googleearth, but it is not in the list, do you know if I have to add some repository? strange, because I think on my laptop I installed directly from adept without problems12:11
lubashka# untrace12:11
lubashkaблин! нифига не выходит!!12:12
tdskonqueror's good but i'm getting to like dolphin12:18
tdsalesan, sudo apt-get install googleearth-package12:19
_rpdolphin reminds me of those orange call plans12:20
_rpim half expecting the racoon to appear somewhere12:20
tdswish dolphin had tabs though, which i guess if it did, it'd turn into a heavy app like konqueror12:20
alesantds, E: Couldn't find package googleearth-package12:21
tdsbtw, anyone know how to browse a directory and sub-directory of pics in an image viewer like windows explorer does?12:21
tdsalesan, hmm, it's in my repos. did you try apt-cache search google?12:21
WaltzingAlong!info gwenview | tds12:22
ubotutds: gwenview: image viewer for KDE. In component main, is optional. Version 1.4.1-1ubuntu2 (gutsy), package size 838 kB, installed size 2448 kB12:22
WaltzingAlongalesan: googleearth-package is in gutsy multiverse repository12:22
tdsWaltzingAlong, i don't use gwenview. quickshow is faster and i like it better12:22
WaltzingAlong!info googleearth-package12:22
ubotugoogleearth-package: utility to automatically build a Debian package of Google Earth. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 0.2.0 (gutsy), package size 7 kB, installed size 64 kB12:22
alesanwait I am still using feisty12:22
WaltzingAlong!info googleearth-package (feisty)12:22
ubotuPackage googleearth-package does not exist in feisty12:23
wertyis there any possibillity for some programms with similar purpose to merge their features to one12:23
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WaltzingAlongalesan: well there you have it12:23
alesanyes but I installed it on my laptop! how is it possible12:23
alesanmaybe I installed in some weird way12:23
alesanI do not remember :)12:23
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WaltzingAlongalesan: there were other packages for feisty i think12:23
WaltzingAlong!info googleearth (feisty)12:24
alesanwhat is the recommended path to upgrade to gutsy from feisty without reinstalling everything?12:24
ubotuPackage googleearth does not exist in feisty12:24
WaltzingAlongupgrading kubuntu? from feisty (7.04) be sure software-properties-kde is installed (sudo aptitude install software-properties-kde) then follow the upgrade instructions at http://kubuntu.org/announcements/7.10-release.php#upgrade : alesan these12:24
tds!info amarok12:25
ubotuamarok: versatile and easy to use audio player for KDE. In component main, is optional. Version 2:1.4.7-0ubuntu3 (gutsy), package size 9618 kB, installed size 31020 kB12:25
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Ange|usis it posible to install a daper kernel on gutsy?12:34
metaconcan any one help me get my sound working i think the prob is alsa not config properly12:35
tdsAnge|us, yes12:35
tdsmetacon, specifics?12:35
tdsmetacon, what sound card?12:36
metacontoshiba satalite ati sb45012:36
metaconits supoted by alsa12:37
mike__metacon: alsaconf12:37
mike__as #12:37
mike__in konsole12:37
tdsmetacon, not familiar with it. does it only work on certain apps or not at all?12:37
metaconno sound at all12:37
crube_Any way I can see my uptime?12:38
TimSConky will show you12:38
WaltzingAlongcrube_: type uptime in a !terminal12:38
TimSOr that :P12:38
metaconmetacon@host-159:~$ alsaconf12:39
metaconbash: alsaconf: command not found12:39
crube_That seemed too obvious so I didn't even try. I thought of it thou :D12:39
Q-collectivehey all12:39
Q-collectiveIt seems I don't have the alsaconf utility installed. In which package does it reside?12:39
Q-collectivemetacon: exactly12:39
WaltzingAlongor if you are in conversation you can share it with all of us by typing /uptime crube_12:39
TimSWaltzingAlong: Every network gauge I use tells me that I have 0 up and 0 down, are there any that work over wifi? I have the settings set myself12:39
TimSUptime: 1 hours and 58 minutes12:39
crube_Uptime: 5 days, 14 hours and 52 minutes12:40
crube_Heh. Cool.12:40
Ange|ustds: how can i install the dapper kernel?12:40
crube_I installed gutsy that long ago :D12:40
WaltzingAlongnot really the place for it but tis available :D ; check konversation/configure konversation/command aliases for a few more12:40
mike__i am only getting two desktops in compiz-fusion?12:41
TimSmike__: ask in #compiz-fusion12:41
tdsAnge|us, there is no "the" dapper kernel, as far as I know. But many are compatible with dapper12:41
WaltzingAlongKubuntu Gutsy is not shipping with compiz-fusion installed (or enabled). It can still be installed though. Follow the instructions for gutsy at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/CompizFusion . for more, ask in #compiz-fusion & see http://wiki.compiz-fusion.org/ : mike__, check the wiki12:41
crube_There used to be a weather applet in kicker-applets package. Now it's not there anymore. IS there an easy way to get weather shown on my panel?12:42
mike__cheers :)12:42
Dragnslcrmike__- did you set the number of desktops in the Compiz settings?12:42
WaltzingAlong!find alsoconf12:42
Q-collective!find alsaconf12:43
ubotuPackage/file alsoconf does not exist in gutsy12:43
Ange|ustds: what i want is the kernel that comes with dapper, because it's the only ubuntu kernel that supports squashfs12:43
tdscrube_, if it's called "weather report" it's in my applet panel in Kubuntu 7.1012:43
ubotuPackage/file alsaconf does not exist in gutsy12:43
MorrisseyHi ... I have a litle problem with Amarok ... it seems like its allways running in "full screen". I don't have any borders in kwin, nor emerald .... The amarok window takes up all of my screen, and there is no way to move it or resize it ... any ideas?12:43
WaltzingAlongmaybe it is alsotools12:43
WaltzingAlongMorrissey: running compiz-fusion ?12:43
Morrisseywahooooo, yes12:43
MorrisseyWaltzingAlong, yes12:43
Q-collectiveand I have alsatools installed12:43
WaltzingAlonghm i do not have alsaconf here either12:44
WaltzingAlongMorrissey: so it could be that i suspect ?12:44
tdsAnge|us, did you delete the kernel it came with?12:44
tdsAnge|us, you can't use apt to fetch it from the repos?12:45
DragnslcrAre you looking for alsamixer?12:45
WaltzingAlong!info alsamixer12:45
ubotuPackage alsamixer does not exist in gutsy12:45
WaltzingAlong!find alsamixer12:45
ubotuFound: alsamixergui, gnome-alsamixer12:45
MorrisseyWaltzingAlong, hm? Ive tried with both kwin and compiz/emerald ... no borders12:45
Dragnslcr!find alsa-util12:45
ubotuFound: alsa-utils12:46
tdsor you could use kmix which is integrated and works just as well12:46
DragnslcrI think the console alsamixer is in alsa-utils12:46
WaltzingAlongMorrissey: and it happens only with amarokapp?12:46
crube_tds: I cant find it anywhere for some reason. It's not in the applet menu and it wasn't included in kicker-applets package either.12:46
tdsMorrissey, tried "tools, show player window" then minimize the playlist?12:46
MorrisseyWaltzingAlong, yes ... tdn, a sec please12:47
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Ben_Cshow do i run partitioner in kubuntu?12:47
Morrisseytds, still no borders on the playlist12:47
WaltzingAlongBen_Cs: qtparted or just parted for the console based one12:47
tdscrube_, sudo apt-get install kweather12:48
metaconso the reaso i think the sound is not working is that ther was an eror in the part of the distro that installed alsa i think re enstaling it and the apropiat driver would work prob is i dont know how to do that12:48
WaltzingAlongBen_Cs: (though i prefer gparted to qtparted)12:48
Ben_CsWaltzingAlong: how about gui one12:48
crube_tds: Thanks :)12:48
WaltzingAlong!info qtparted | Ben_Cs12:48
Ange|ustds: i am using Gutsy , but the gutsy kernel doesn't support squashfs , this is the error when trying to install squashfs (on my custom kernel, but on the official kernel it's the same http://rafb.net/p/9LTnpS67.html ) , so i want to install daper's kernel on gutsy to be able to use squashfs12:48
ubotuben_cs: qtparted: A parted frontend using QT. In component main, is optional. Version 0.4.5-2ubuntu12 (gutsy), package size 206 kB, installed size 720 kB12:48
crazy_bushow do I switch the default file manager back to konqueror.  As dolphin wont cut and paste properly and the actions menu is missing many features12:48
WaltzingAlongAnge|us: or use the gutsy kernel but configure it to support squashfs?12:49
WaltzingAlongwish to replace dolphin with konqueror? follow the instructions at http://sathyasays.com/?p=23 but the opposite (as the article is how to replace konqueror with dolphin) : crazy_bus12:49
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Ange|usWaltzingAlong: tried the gutsy kernel, same error as this one > http://rafb.net/p/9LTnpS67.html12:49
tdsAnge|us, what is the kernel version you need?12:50
maurinoitaliani figli del tubo catodico ci siete?12:50
marco_ma non sono in italia12:50
maurinoio in francia12:50
marco_io in Cina12:50
Ben_Csubotu: qt parted lets me define mount point?12:51
crazy_busthanks WaltzingAlong12:51
WaltzingAlongBen_Cs: you should edit /etc/fstab if you change partitions (you want them to be mounted when starting)12:51
Ange|usi don't know whats the version of daper's kernel :S , i never used daper, but it's the only release that supports squashfs12:51
soonI need a recommendation: which PDA should I buy to sync with Kontact ?!? Any advice is appreciated12:51
Ben_CsWaltzingAlong: qt parted lets me define mount point?12:51
ubotuVai su #ubuntu-it o su #kubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie!12:51
marco_I have two questions  for you people12:52
crazy_busI don't know if I've being using dolphin to long.  But are folders and files spaced different in konqueror (gutsy)12:52
Ben_Cshow do i create a new partition with /home mount point12:52
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in Gnome under Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For Edgy, see !fstab and !DiskMounter12:52
marco_1) I would like to have one application to start eveytime I log on12:52
marco_2) I have 3 kernels, how can I remove 2 of them12:53
WaltzingAlongBen_Cs: create the partition then recall which it is, you will need to modify /etc/fstab (!fstab) accordingly  (or do so through kmenu/system settings/advanced/disk and filesystems12:53
WaltzingAlongmarco_: remove a kernel the same way you install/remove any .deb package - through the package manager so through adept manager12:54
WaltzingAlong!autostart | marco_12:54
ubotumarco_: To make programs autostart with your KDE session, you can make a link to it in ~/.kde/Autostart. The package 'kcontrol-autostart' makes a kcontrol item for handling items in that directory.12:54
marco_if I try to remove them from adept it also remove many other things...12:54
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WaltzingAlongmarco_: yes there may be a few things along with the one you wish to remove12:55
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metacondoes any one have any clues about no sound on ati sb450 in kinfo says audio devices: NOT ENABLED IN CONFIG12:57
espereguI keep getting crashes like this: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/42212/ . they mainly seem to occure when something in the panel is shutting down/getting killed12:57
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WaltzingAlongmarco_: linux-image, linux-restricted-modules, linux-ubuntu-modules, linux-headers, and linux-backports ?12:58
WaltzingAlongesperegu: perhaps caused by a buggy applet on the panel?12:59
marco_WaltzingAlong : I am going to tell you in a minute12:59
KredHi. I'm having trouble with Kopete. Where does it save its data? I removed .kde/apps/kopete already but still it finds my accounts from somewhere.13:01
OrnedanHow does Adept determine whether there is a disto version upgrade available?13:02
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pbnthere are these KDM themes, and I don't like them, so to get rid of them in KDE on PC-BSD 1.4, I start kcontrol and go to "KDM Theme Manager" and then uncheck "Enable KDM Themes". Now on a fresh install of Kubuntu 7.10, these KDM themes are enabled too, and I'd like to disable them. But, on kubuntu 7.10, there is no "KDM Theme Manager" option in kcontrol.... any idea ?13:02
JucatoKred: ~/.kde/share/config/kopeterc stores the configuration13:02
OrnedanI have a gutsy installation that's offering disto upgrade (to gutsy :P). And a feisty install that's not offering distro upgrade13:02
WaltzingAlongKred: they may be stored in a kwallet; also locate kopeterc13:02
KredThank you! I'll see what I can find.13:03
WaltzingAlongOrnedan: gutsy to gutsy, known issue; fixed in (at least) gutsy-proposed13:03
OrnedanWaltzingAlong: Ok. Well, that's not really a problem anyway. The feisty -> no upgrade offered however is. (I could do it manually, yes, but I'd prefer finding out how it's broken first)13:04
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JucatoOrnedan: did you enable the Pre-release repositories already?13:05
WaltzingAlongOrnedan: perhaps you could force adept to check with kdesu adept_manager --dist-upgrade13:05
WaltzingAlongOrnedan: as far as i know, (a certain version of) adept connects to ubuntu to check a file about which dist is latest, compares that to yours, and offers the dist-upgrade accordingly; if the version of adept you have is older, then you would not get that notice13:06
OrnedanJucato: Nope. Is that a requirement for it to automatically offer the upgrade?13:06
JucatoWaltzingAlong: according to Riddel, that's no longer necessary if feisty-proposed (Pre-release updates) have been enabled13:06
JucatoOrnedan: yes. please refer to the instructions13:06
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metaconsays alsaconf removed https://bugs.launchpad.net/alsa-utils/+bug/2959713:07
WaltzingAlongOrnedan: so if you have not enabled feisty-proposed (pre-release updates) then you would not have been upgraded to the build of adept that would automatically find out about the dist upgrade13:07
MorrisseyI installed gtkpod-aac, but when I try to add a mp4 file it says: m4a/m4p/m4b not supported without the mp4v2 library. You must compile the gtkpod source together with the mp4v2 library.13:08
tdsMorrissey, apt-cache search mp4v213:10
Morrisseytds, hi again :) it is installed13:11
OrnedanJucato, WaltzingAlong: That would explain why I didn't get the automatic notification. Thanks. I'd read in a few places that the distro upgrade would be offered by the update notifier, but those didn't mention the configuration prerequisites.13:13
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poison--mornin guys13:13
tdspoison--, not all guys here13:14
poison--"guys" means "people" in generaly13:14
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Lynourelike in "one of the guys"? =)13:15
tdswhy is that? and someone could say, "hey girl" and clearly mean girls13:16
poison--can we stay on topic instead?13:18
ubotuHi! Welcome to #kubuntu!13:19
max__may u help me?13:20
tdsmax__, idk, may i?13:20
max__i have some crash with my video?13:20
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max__kaffeine don't play video13:21
max__sound enable13:21
max__but i don't see video13:21
poison--go to ADDREMOVE programs and search for: kubuntu13:21
max__what's happen?13:21
poison--u need codecs max__13:21
max__what kind of codecs i need?13:22
SoulChildhey all, is there a way to change from 32-bit to 64-bit without loosing my configuration ????13:22
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poison--max__ , go to add remove programs, search for kubuntu, u will get something like: kubuntu restricted extras13:24
poison--install it13:24
poison--soulchild, dont think so13:24
atlfalcons866will there be a speed boost if i compile a kernel13:25
max__i don't see any restricteds13:25
poison--are u using 7.10?13:25
max__typing kubuntu i see nothing13:25
poison--than open console and: apt-get install libxine1-ffmpeg13:26
[ifr0g]Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee !!13:26
max__one moment13:26
poison--take your time13:26
dusk_hey guys13:27
dusk_i have updated from 7.04 to 7.10..and after that this is a total mess:S13:27
dusk_no sound...i had to reconfigure the nvidia drivers, etc etc...13:28
rakanhow can i setup KDE to change keyboad layout when i press left alt-shift like windows style???13:28
dusk_but the major problem now is no sound ..:S13:28
MorrisseyI installed gtkpod-aac, but when I try to add a mp4 file it says: m4a/m4p/m4b not supported without the mp4v2 library. You must compile the gtkpod source together with the mp4v2 library.13:28
atlfalcons866will there be a speed boost if i compile a kernel13:28
dusk_i have run the command asoundconf list13:29
dusk_and just has 1 sound card there..i have 213:29
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dusk_can anyone help plz ..13:29
dusk_my external usb sound card is detected, the onboard no13:29
dusk_is that a command!13:30
poison--should be if bot was alive13:30
WaltzingAlongrakan: configure the kde keyboard tool13:30
tdsdoes anyone here recompile their kernel?13:30
rakanWaltzingAlong: i cannot find alt-shift options, does "Changes group" means changes layout?13:31
WaltzingAlongtds: not lately13:31
tdsWaltzingAlong, notice any performance gain?13:32
tdsthought about doing it but didn't the the gain would be noticeable13:32
WaltzingAlongwhen i did that it was just to do it (and then another time to enable badram) but nothing about speed was my objective13:32
WaltzingAlongtds: so maybe to learn how but you just as well learn how to package software into .deb :D then contribute to kubuntu13:33
WaltzingAlongtds: which things seem slow now? how much faster do you expect them to be?13:33
tdsWaltzingAlong, nothing seems slow really, just thought about doing it for the heck of it. done it one time and something went wrong after spending 30 minutes tweaking it but i gave up. it gave me a kernel panic13:34
WaltzingAlongatlfalcons866: speed boost if you compile a kernel? maybe but if so i would doubt it to be by any amount you could readily detect. ... unless you are doing some intense video editing or hardcore db usage (something other than normal desktop computing)13:34
rakanWaltzingAlong: i cannot find alt-shift options, does "Changes group" means changes layout?13:35
WaltzingAlongrakan: in the time you have waited for my reply you could have tried it yourself, no?13:36
rakani did give it a try13:36
WaltzingAlongwhat happened13:36
rakanin xkb options13:36
rakani put alt-ctrl changes group13:36
rakanit doesnt seem to change anything13:36
rakani only have 2 keyboard layouts13:36
WaltzingAlongrakan: ok how about this. note the commands for each of the layouts. setxkbmap and such13:37
rakansetxkbmap -option grp:alt_shift_toggle13:37
WaltzingAlongrakan: venture to kmenu/system settings/keyboard and mouse/keyboard shortcuts, then assign the commands to switch to whichever keys you want13:38
rakansorry: setxkbmap -option grp:ctrl_alt_toggle13:38
rakanok will check that out13:39
rakanOK, so there is an option for "Switch to next keyboard layout13:40
rakanwhat about previous?13:40
rakanso that i can go back and forth between layouts?13:40
WaltzingAlongmaybe next and next again?13:41
rakannope, doesnt work13:41
WaltzingAlongthat combination there works here (ctrl alt k)13:42
rakandoes it switch to the previous layout on urs?13:43
titanix88hi everyone.13:44
WaltzingAlongi do not see a 'switch to prev' but can switch next to next to next in a rotation13:44
WaltzingAlongwas gibt's?13:44
titanix88whatz:in what?13:44
WaltzingAlonggreetings titanix8813:44
alberdiwith metod is beter for instal apt-get?13:45
WaltzingAlongalberdi: i prefer sudo aptitude13:45
WaltzingAlongalberdi: or sudo aptitude install <package>13:45
titanix88alberdi:i do find apt-get comfortable.13:46
alberdihow do i se if the program i want to install is abailable on apt-get?13:46
SlimeyPetealberdi: search for it using Adept13:47
WaltzingAlongalberdi: apt-cache search <package>13:47
SlimeyPeteor type "apt-cache search programname"13:47
WaltzingAlongalberdi: or aptitude search <package>13:47
titanix88albardi: tab or auto completion.13:47
rakanDont know, it doesnt seem to rotate here :S13:47
alberdiah, tried list :P13:47
alberdiill prove it13:47
titanix88what is rotating?o_013:48
rakankeyboard layout rotation13:48
rakanwhen i switch keyboard layouts, it goes from english to arabic when i press alt-shit-z as configured13:49
titanix88the earth?!13:49
rakanbut when it is on arabic and i press alt-shit-z again it doesnt rotate back to english13:49
rakanit should if it is to work like a Queue13:49
rakannext() on the last item means go back to first :D13:50
titanix88rakan: u enabled arabic keyboard layout maybe.disable it if u dont want it.13:50
rakanyes actually i did and i do really want it13:50
titanix88rakan:enable sticky switching.13:51
rakani do PHP web development13:51
rakani do need this when i code13:51
rakanalready done13:51
rakani think Kubuntu reads alt-shift differantly when i switch to arabic13:51
rakanbecause the letter on "Z" position might be differant13:52
rakanlet me see if i can assign two standard keys13:52
WaltzingAlongrakan: yeah same here, alt-ctrl-k ; the k moves in the other layouts13:52
titanix88rakan: yes, shortcuts don't work when u swich key layout.13:53
rakancan we assign something like alt-something or ctrl-something13:53
rakanwhere something is not a letter key?13:53
titanix88try not using any language key.13:54
rakanthats what i will try to do13:54
rakanbut i am thinking of what key to use with alt13:54
titanix88rakan: u can use super key.13:56
WaltzingAlonga number?13:56
rakanwth is katapult?13:56
titanix88numbers change with key layout too.13:56
WaltzingAlong!info katapult13:56
ubotukatapult: item launcher for KDE. In component main, is optional. Version (gutsy), package size 419 kB, installed size 3152 kB13:56
WaltzingAlongpage up/down?13:57
rakanhmm optional13:57
rakanso aint necessary i guess13:57
rakanwill see13:57
WaltzingAlongrakan: have you not been using katapult? press alt-space to give it a try, type something13:57
rakanyea it worked13:57
rakanthanks WaltzinAlong13:58
rakanthanks everybody :)13:58
titanix88i guess space is same in all layout.13:58
rakanthis katapult is nice13:58
rakanthanks i guess i can get used to alt-pagedown13:59
rakan!info eclipse13:59
ubotueclipse: Extensible Tool Platform and Java IDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.2.2-3ubuntu3 (gutsy), package size 125 kB, installed size 412 kB13:59
rakanthanks again14:00
WaltzingAlongglad you found it14:00
edonanyone got kvm running on gutsy, amd64/14:02
kaminixIs there anyway to make a table in Koffice which has one cell on the left side and two on the right?14:03
edonthe kernel panics here when i load the module14:03
alesansorry, somebody before told me to install some package bwefore upgrading feisty to gutsy14:06
alesanwhat was that?14:06
* genii sips a coffee14:07
WaltzingAlongalesan: to have feisty-proposed enabled (pre-release)14:08
alesanno you said this one: software-properties-kde14:08
alesannow I have found it14:08
nosrednaekimgenii: how much of that stuff do you drink?14:09
WaltzingAlongyes software-properties-kde should be installed (which lets you easily select pre-release updates in adept manager)14:09
WaltzingAlonggenii: dripdrop coffe?14:09
alesanWaltzingAlong, ok it was already installed14:10
alesanthank you14:10
geniiWaltzingAlong: Drip coffee, yes. On work days I drink about a large cup every hour-90 minutes14:10
geniiOn lunch i lay off the coffee and have something like chocolate milk or V8, etc14:13
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WaltzingAlongguess it is good that it is just drip coffee!14:17
Jucatochoco milk...14:18
WaltzingAlongis that chocolate flavored soy milk? Jucato14:20
WaltzingAlonghaha just teasing... it has been a long time since i have stolen cow's milk from a calf,14:22
wezzahi, I have a problem with guarddog; once installed I cannot browse nor do everything else, so you have to allow the incoming connections (with firestarter this is not needed =>only outgoing was needed). And even if you set the configuration it does not work sometimes (for example ktorrent / irc)14:26
alberdihow do i identifie the line some one write to me, how do i put it a diferent color in kubuntu konversation?14:28
wezzaalberdi: over here, the line are red, directed to me14:28
wezzaNoone has problems with guarddog?14:30
alberdithen its my monitor, it doesent display some colors14:30
Op3rwhats that for?14:31
wezzaOp3r: firewall for KDE14:31
vzduch!info guarddog14:31
ubotuguarddog: firewall configuration utility for KDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.5.0-1ubuntu3 (gutsy), package size 482 kB, installed size 1436 kB14:31
Op3rand I thought you dont need one considering you are already using linux :(14:31
MorrisseyOp3r, what has that to do with anything? ;) You should read some info about firewall14:32
wezza think it's strange you can only set a configuration for a connection; not for incoming and outgoing apart14:32
user_Iam flood!!!!14:32
jpatricksome people are so stupid14:33
vzduchJucato: even nicer would've been a kick msg like e.g. 'you were flood' *gg*14:33
MorrisseyJucato, that was quite fast ... had to be some sort of record :P14:34
Jucatovzduch: would you have rather waited a few more seconds while I typed that or would you prefer faster action? :)14:34
JucatoMorrissey: konversation ftw :)14:34
alesanfaster action14:34
* Morrissey thinks ban and kick is all about speed :P14:34
MorrisseyJucato, cha .. your oldschool :P14:34
nosrednaekimJucato isn't one to worry about offending a spammer14:34
vzduchwell, depends on the situation14:34
wezzabut noone actually uses guarddog over here?14:34
Jucatospecially w/ those kinds of flooders... every second lost is 5 lines flooded :)14:34
Jucatovzduch: some other time :)14:35
Morrisseywezza, sorry dude, I trust my network admin ;)14:35
wezzaMorrissey: ghehe, but over here I myself am the network admin ;)14:36
Morrisseyhere too ..14:36
wezzaMorrissey: :P14:36
wezzaMorrissey: I know by default, there aren't any server-related processes, but I personally think it's beter to uese a firewall (even though there is some on my router)14:38
Op3rwezza, i suggest when using guard dog you just have to think about it like it is windows firewall?14:38
vzduchWindoze Firewall is kind-of like a Swiss cheese.. ;)14:38
Morrisseywezza, I see ...and what was your problem again?14:39
vzduchto my knowledge Guarddog is airtight if need be14:39
Op3rto my knowledge iptables can do the job?14:39
wezzaOp3r: guarddog uses iptables, so that's not really windows ;)14:39
vzduchOp3r: Guarddog is a GUI for iptables, nothing else14:39
Morrisseyiptables can be quite tricky, and wezza is correct14:39
DarkWizzardso I was updating to Gutsy from feisty14:40
DarkWizzardand the dist upgrade tool14:40
DarkWizzardfrom adept.Crashed just when it downloaded the packages14:40
DarkWizzardhow can I restart it ?14:40
wezzaMorrissey: I think it's strange you cannot set outgoing / incoming connections apart; and besides that connections don'e seem to succeed, not even when I've set the right parameters in guarddog14:41
MorrisseyDarkWizzard, sudo apt-get dist-upgrade in konsole14:41
DarkWizzardI mean the grafical way14:41
MorrisseyDarkWizzard, it iill resume14:41
DarkWizzardI know the console way14:42
MorrisseyDarkrift411, why won't you use konsole? trust me, youll be allright :)14:42
DarkWizzardbut I want the automated grafical install14:42
DarkWizzardI don't want to run into problems14:42
MorrisseyDarkWizzard, quick bring you up to speed here ... adept USE apt-get, its just a GUI verison of it ... you won't run into problems! If you do, you will also get it in GUI14:43
DarkWizzardI did this before14:43
DarkWizzardand the system broke14:43
DarkWizzardwhen upgrading distros14:43
DarkWizzardso I want to do it the safe and grafical way14:44
knight__what is it14:44
DarkWizzardhow do I start that automated program ?14:44
knight__well , i found that kde often goes wrong14:44
DarkWizzardI need to find that tool14:44
MorrisseyDarkWizzard, if you insists! I can assure you that it does the same, but either way: start - system - adept manager .... then press full upgrade14:44
DarkWizzardno man14:45
DarkWizzardthis program14:45
DarkWizzardhow do I start it ?14:45
DarkWizzardit has to be somewhere14:45
Morrisseyyes man14:46
titanix88how is kubu in 7.04?14:46
Morrisseystart adept manager, press "adept" - "manage reporosires" go to Updates ... make sure "pre-release" is checked, and "recommended"14:47
DarkWizzardbut it modifyed my repos14:47
Morrisseythen start "update", restart the program ... press "full upgrade", and the snapshot you showed me will show14:47
titanix88heard some people doesn't like dolphin?14:47
MorrisseyDarkWizzard, then damn! it was you who wanted this GUi thingy in the first place ... man14:47
DarkWizzardthe gui thingy from the screenshot14:47
DarkWizzardnot a simple system upgrade14:48
MorrisseyDarkWizzard, YES14:48
titanix88she can be a women!14:48
DarkWizzardah fuck it14:48
MorrisseyDarkWizzard, the snapshot you showed me comes from adept manager ... trust me, exacly as I told yo14:48
mzungutitanix88, dolphin is for ppl who like a file manager to manage....files14:48
* Morrissey thinks people don't trust hum enough14:48
DarkWizzardevery time they do some new automated shiny gui for the newbies it breaks14:48
DarkWizzardI'm gone14:49
mzunguif you are happy with konq, it can do it for you better14:49
Morrisseynp ... man14:49
MorrisseyDarkWizzard, you should check out the "update tutorial" on kubuntu pages ... thats for newbies, and its safe14:50
titanix88darkwizzard: women can be here!so no *uck plz.14:50
MorrisseyDarkWizzard, http://kubuntu.org/announcements/7.10-release.php#upgrade14:51
Morrisseytitanix88, um .. don't think DarkWizzard said anything about any women, so cut the boy some slack :)14:51
mzungutitanix88, btw have you ever read the graffiti in women's toilets? ;)14:53
titanix88i am trying to support women collaboration in linux as told in tldp.org/howto/women in linux14:53
mzunguyeah - you are actually correct to point out DarkWizzard 's error :)14:54
ubotuFor playing DVD, see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html - "libdvdcss2" can be found at !Medibuntu or (for Feisty and earlier) http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages - Try k9copy (available in !Universe) for backing up DVDs14:54
DarkWizzardwhat error ?14:54
mzungulinguistic ;)14:55
DarkWizzardwomen are strong, they can take it14:55
DarkWizzarddon't look down on them14:55
mzungumy point14:55
DarkWizzardbut nevermind14:55
mzungujust trying to be nice to both sides :)14:56
DarkWizzardI hope I live to see the day when their leet python upgrade script doesn't segfault14:56
DarkWizzardnow I'm really gone14:56
DarkWizzardsorry if I offended anyone14:56
DarkWizzardand thanks14:56
titanix88darkwizzard: which indirectly suggests it was to women. don't do that man. don't make them feel lonely.14:57
MorrisseyCurrently studying Civil Engineer on communication techonology, we have about 20% women, and they all is pretty good coders ...14:57
DoobehWhy wouldn't they be good coders? :)14:58
MorrisseyDoobeh, refr to DarkWizzard's quote upstairs14:58
ubotuThe Ubuntu Code of Conduct to which we ask all Ubuntu users to adhere can be found at http://www.ubuntu.com/community/conduct/14:58
titanix88yeah, y cromsome does not hold intelligence.:p14:58
Morrisseyomg ... this is getting out of hand ...14:59
Remo_AWhen I try to upgrade from feisty to gutsy gibbon, I don't get that window http://www.kubuntu.org/~jriddell/kubuntu-upgrade/snapshot2.png when I go to "manage repositories" in adept. Instead I get to see my sources.list   ... What should I do?14:59
amigravemy compiz config manager has lost it's icons in all setup panels. Is it a known problem ?15:00
JucatoRemo_A: please make sure "software-properties-kde" is installed15:00
Morrisseyamigrave, sure is ... have it too15:00
amigraveMorrissey: found a solution ? missing package or something ?15:01
titanix88amigrave:they were there before?15:01
Morrisseyamigrave, its not a missing package, I actually havent search for a sollution, but let me know :)15:01
Remo_AJucato: thanks, it wasn't15:01
amigravetitanix88: yes just after the feisty -> gusty upgrade they were there. But after I made lot of changes in order to get compiz working. and now that it is working I just saw that the icons were gone15:02
nosrednaekimamigrave: install all the plugins15:02
nosrednaekimoh.. the icons are gone15:02
poison---Jucato, just experienced the weirdest issue with gutsy15:02
Jucatopoison---: ok....???15:02
poison---i was running it in a small 50GB partition and the damn thing got filled up15:02
poison---0% space left15:03
poison---rebooted and it never logged in again15:03
poison---said there wasnt enough space15:03
Jucatohm... maybe /var got filled up15:03
poison---had to use the live cd to del some trash15:03
poison---worked fine tho after15:03
titanix88poison:50gb small partition!:p15:03
Jucatoyou could check which dir is eating it up. probably /var15:04
poison---i eas using alot of space with movies and games15:04
poison---i was*15:04
poison---deleted some and im good now15:04
poison---now the issue is how to resize the partition15:04
amigraveMorrissey: do you remember after what operation the icons disapeared ?15:05
poison---deleted the windows partition wich is 160GB but i cant add it to gutsy partyition :(15:05
wezzapoison---: is it not better to use a different partition for your data and OS?15:05
Morrisseyamigrave, sry dude ... I dont15:05
titanix88poison: maybe quota would have been your rescuer.15:05
* Morrissey HATES to code for duo core optimizing .... wondering how it will be on quad core ...15:06
nosrednaekimpoison---: you can make a separate /home...15:06
poison---ehehe, true15:06
poison---i might do that instead15:07
poison---does this link aply to gutsy?15:07
poison---im having no luck at all15:07
Morrisseysorry ubuntu, this is #kubuntu ... your prob looking for #ubuntu15:07
ubotuFor playing DVD, see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html - "libdvdcss2" can be found at !Medibuntu or (for Feisty and earlier) http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages - Try k9copy (available in !Universe) for backing up DVDs15:07
poison---got it here mate15:07
wezzaand so ubuntu left ^^15:09
MorrisseyIm in a gread mood today, must be the weekend hovering in15:09
poison---in that url about playing dvds15:11
poison---says: sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread3/examples/install-css.sh15:12
poison---but in fact, what i had to do was sudo /usr/share/doc/libdvdread3/install-css.sh15:12
nosrednaekimif its a wiki, edit it ;)15:13
WaltzingAlongpoison---: you could also add the medibuntu repository15:14
Remo_Awhat is the "distribution upgrade tool"? I closed adept, but can't find that one15:14
WaltzingAlongRemo_A: alt+f2   kdesu "adept_manager --dist-upgrade"15:15
ubotumedibuntu is a repository of packages that cannot be included into the Ubuntu distribution for legal reasons - See http://www.medibuntu.org15:16
Remo_AWaltzingAlong: doesn't seem to work... no reaction after I typed that in and gave the password15:17
Remo_A--dist-upgrade is unknown15:17
WaltzingAlong--version-upgrade then15:17
amigraveMorrissey: I did an strace of ccsm and I saw it was reading the icons from /usr/local/share/icons/hicolor/16x16/ ...  but the icons are not there. So I guess there's a missing package or somehtin15:18
WaltzingAlongRemo_A: though if you have installed software-properties-kde then you can enable (easily) the feisty-proposed (pre-release) updates in adept manager; then update and upgrade should pull down the latest adept15:18
Morrisseyamigrave, its deffinatly not a package thats missing ... but it's strange if the icons is moved ... make sure that the icons has a+r :) Maybe thats the case?15:19
Morrisseyif they are there at all15:19
Remo_AWaltzingAlong: I can do a version-actualisation, but then it comes: "Ready to Upgrade! Click finish to close the Adept Package Manager and launch the distribution upgrade tool15:20
Remo_Abut it doesn't do anything afterwards15:20
Remo_AWaltzingAlong: update still gives me feisty repos...15:21
Remo_Aand no changement mossible15:21
amigraveMorrissey: I see there is a glitch between /usr/share/icons and /usr/local/share/icons. I guess a symlink will fix. Keep you informed15:21
WaltzingAlongyeah that distribution tool is what you want but that is just a small program just downloaded during this process.15:21
Remo_A?? it's not there15:22
WaltzingAlongso it gets downloaded to /tmp/ something but not sure then why it is not running15:22
Remo_Ayes it gets downloaded to a temp dir15:23
Remo_Aanyone in here who can help?15:24
amigraveMorrissey: in fact it didn't help but I knnow where are the image, I know they exists and are readable and according to strace, ccsm open them ! So I don't understand. Maybe for reason X gnome api can't handle svg anymore ? The images are there :/usr/share/ccsm/images15:30
Remo_AWhen trying to upgrade from feisty to gutsy gibbon, I get as far as to the version actualisation(go through there and do "finish"), it downloads something into a temporary directory but then stops working. I just see my normal adept window in front of me15:31
iz6iyrciao a tutti è la prima volta che chatto con linux15:31
LjL!it | iz6iyr15:31
ubotuiz6iyr: Vai su #ubuntu-it o su #kubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie!15:31
iz6iyrit is my first chatting on linux kubuntu15:32
Remo_Aeverybody knows the standard way, but no one can help, if there appears a problem.15:33
LjLiz6iyr: if you just want to chat a little even if it's not a kubun support question, try #ubuntu-offtopic (in english) too15:33
LjLRemo_A: define "stops working"15:33
nosrednaekimRemo_A: " sudo apt-get dist-upgrade" rom the command line15:33
Remo_ALjL: doesn't proceed, it just closes the version actualisation window and goes back to the adept manager main window.15:34
amigraveMorrissey: so maybe there's a missing package that makes ccsm unable to handle svg anymore15:34
LjLRemo_A: i concur with trying dist-upgrade, BUT make sure that the kubuntu-desktop package is installed, and that you have no third-party repositories enabled15:34
Remo_Anosrednaekim: no updates to be installed there15:34
nosrednaekimRemo_A: then its probably done...15:35
LjLRemo_A: that's probably because your sources.list still has 'feisty', change it15:35
LjLRemo_A: check also "lsb_release -a", in case you already have gutsy ;)15:35
Remo_ALjL: i know it has, but why doesn't it change it itself?15:35
Remo_ALjL it's feisty15:35
amigraveMorrissey: FOUND ! sudo apt-get install librsvg2-common15:35
Remo_A7.4 feisty15:36
LjLRemo_A: well, it should change it, but i don't know *when* it changes it... if it's supposed to change it only *after* it crashes, then it won't be changed ;)15:36
Daisuke_Laptopsay i wanted to grep my konversation log files for all urls ending in .jpg, how would i get grep to *just* get urls and not any other use of that string?  i don't know if it can handle wildcards...  looks like just regular expressions, which i don't get...15:36
Remo_Aok, I'll do it manually, what are the entries?15:36
LjLRemo_A: the very same as the ones you have already (minus any third-party repos), except change every "feisty" into a "gutsy". that's all there is to it. i can do it for you if you prefer, just pastebin the file15:37
Remo_Ano no, it's okay15:37
Remo_Abut thanks15:37
* Jucato notes the use of "sudo apt-get dist-upgrade --install-recommends" if doing upgrade to gutsy from the command line...15:38
Remo_Ayou'd regexp through it, wouldn't you ;)15:38
BluesKajHowdy all15:40
Remo_ALjL: I had some beryl entries in the sources list15:40
Remo_Amaybe that caused a prob15:40
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Daisuke_LaptopLjL: problem: ubotu split :\15:41
LjLDaisuke_Laptop: can't do much, the backup bot split as well15:41
LjLi'm sure he'll be back soon15:41
BluesKajthe so called saviour proprietary driver for ati cards is a bust on my setup, no dri or 3d ...google earth is jerky and slow ...I guess they're catering to gamers and the eye candy crowd15:42
Daisuke_Laptopi was just saying, you were trying to use the !netsplit factoid15:42
LjLDaisuke_Laptop: ah well yeah i hadn't noticed it split yet15:42
BluesKajmakes me think feisty might be a better distro for me15:43
WaltzingAlongBluesKaj: which fglrx is that? in repos or from ati?15:43
EtienneGis there an "official" way (ie, no hack or third-party repo) to get desktop effects à la Compiz on Kubuntu ?15:44
WaltzingAlongEtienneG: yes15:44
WaltzingAlongKubuntu Gutsy is not shipping with compiz-fusion installed (or enabled). It can still be installed though. Follow the instructions for gutsy at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/CompizFusion . for more, ask in #compiz-fusion & see http://wiki.compiz-fusion.org/ : EtienneG  start here. check the kubuntu how to then the compiz wiki (where is the cube!)15:45
internexcuse me15:45
WaltzingAlongbot is on holiday15:45
BluesKajthe restricted driver in gutsy ,the 8.37, 8.40.4 , 8.41.7, 8.2 etc etc , non of them do the job for my onboard x200g15:45
EtienneGWaltzingAlong, thabks a lot, that must be a FAQ15:45
WaltzingAlongEtienneG: enough that i use a command alias for it ;)15:45
internI need to know how to copy files from this windows disc to a windows harddrive using linux15:45
internor more specifically, kubuntu15:45
oushey all15:46
internI know how to do it in the latest ubuntu, but it seems a tad harder15:46
ous I'm trying to install xubuntu on an old Vaio PCV-200 with a newer 80GB HDD in it15:46
Daisuke_Laptopous: try #xubuntu15:46
WaltzingAlongintern: how would you do it in ubuntu (gnome)?15:46
internI would click on the computer and click "disk 1"15:46
WaltzingAlongVermux: bot is on break right now ;)15:46
ous(I know this is the kubuntu channel, but the xubuntu channel seems pretty slow)15:47
Vermuxok. let him rest15:47
ousanyhoo the issue has to do with Grub specifically15:47
nosrednaekimous: and....15:47
atlfalcons866is kde more memory hungry than gnome15:47
ouswhenever I boot up Grub fails on Stage 2 with Error 1815:47
Daisuke_Laptopatlfalcons866: depends on who you ask15:48
Daisuke_Laptopthey seem about equal to me15:48
WaltzingAlongatlfalcons866: i find it less so. but you may wish to check xfce (xubuntu-desktop) or fluxbox for that matter15:48
atlfalcons866i hate gnome its like a rock you cant do anything15:48
Daisuke_Laptopso don't use it15:48
Daisuke_Laptopvery simple15:48
internthat's an opinion, I love gnome15:48
Daisuke_Laptopand you can do quite a lot with it15:48
atlfalcons866i heard kde4 is suppose to be less memory intensive than kde315:49
internhow do I mount and browse the windows HD?15:49
ousso Error 18 seems to be "Error 18: Selected cylinder exceeds maximum supported by BIOS"15:49
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Daisuke_Laptopwhy don't we wait until it comes out to decide that?15:49
nosrednaekimous: see if your BIOs has anything about HD size15:49
atlfalcons866intern: http://www.psychocats.net/ubuntu/mountwindows15:49
ousnosrednaekim: what should I be looking for15:50
nosrednaekimous: I forget what it is called maybe "wide mode" or something like tta?15:51
ousnosrednaekim: you mean "block mode"?15:51
nosrednaekimous: maybe...15:51
ousnosrednaekim: or is that LBA?15:51
nosrednaekimLBA I *THINK* has to do with FAT15:51
BluesKajnosrednaekim, which ati card do you use ?15:51
nosrednaekimBluesKaj: Xpress110015:52
ouscoz I read around that disabling block mode works15:52
CaseyInternhow do I open a konqueror window with everything visible?15:52
nosrednaekimous: you could try :)15:53
CaseyInternsudo -i konqueror?15:53
nosrednaekimCaseyIntern: what do you mean everything visible?15:53
CaseyInternlike, I need to look at /15:53
ousI did that but it didn't work15:53
CaseyInternand everything in it15:53
BluesKajnosrednaekim, that 8.42 driver doesn't do 'dick' on my x200g ... the default retricted driver actually works better15:53
nosrednaekimBluesKaj: no clue... I don't even know how I got mine working really... I tried acouple things and rebooted and it wroked finally :)15:54
ousI was going to play with pio modes and UDMA modes and the such to see if that works15:54
WaltzingAlongCaseyIntern: open konqueror like normal, then view/show hidden files15:54
ousI guess I'll go and do that..15:55
BluesKajnosrednaekim, the restricted driver is in the system settings /advanced  section15:55
nosrednaekimBluesKaj: yeah... I know15:55
nosrednaekimI'm talking about the 8.4215:55
CaseyInternwhat is the command for konqueror, just for my info15:56
nosrednaekimCaseyIntern: konqueror15:56
CaseyInternthat doesn't do anything15:56
BluesKajI have a feeling the ati proprietary driver doesn't load at start up due to a setting in the xorg or modules file , but I dunno exactly how to fix it .15:56
CaseyInternfor my information, no reason15:57
UbotwoFor 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/FreeFormats15:57
nosrednaekimBluesKaj: try using the 8.42 driver and pastebin your /var/log/Xorg.0.log15:58
WaltzingAlongCaseyIntern: no do not run sudo konqueror    kdesu koqonqueror or kdesudo konqueror would be better16:00
CaseyInternokay, new question16:06
CaseyInternhow do I remount cdrom?16:06
lordlamerhi. i want to submit 2 bugs at the installer from the cd. where can i do that? the two problems are that the translations in the installer are not always translated. most buttons are in english. like cancel or next. and the other thing is that if the install is running the progressbar is away if i start some other apps at install.16:11
UbotwoLaunchpad is a collection of development services for Open Source projects. It's Ubuntu's bug tracker, and much more; see https://launchpad.net/16:12
snmкто нибудь может мне помочь.16:12
LjL!ru | snm16:12
Daisuke_Ido!en | snm16:12
Ubotwosnm: Пожалуйста войдите в #ubuntu-ru для помощи на русском языке  /  Pozhalujsta vojdite v #ubuntu-ru dlq pomoshchi na russkom qzyke16:12
Ubotwosnm: The #ubuntu, #kubuntu and #xubuntu channels are english only. For a complete list of channels in other languages, please visit http://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat16:12
snmya lamer16:13
stdinlordlamer: here https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubiquity/+filebug16:13
vegan_sxehelp me plaese16:17
stdinvegan_sxe: as long as you speak english this time, just ask your question16:18
nosrednaekimwhats the problem?16:18
vegan_sxemy problem16:19
nosrednaekimkubuntu isn't a problem... its the solution ;)16:19
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vegan_sxei stupid little girl16:19
stdinvegan_sxe: behave in here16:19
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CaseyInternokay, I have one more problem16:20
vegan_sxeя не понимаю16:20
CaseyInternI need to mount the disc that has the system files for windows so I can fix the install16:20
CaseyInternin otherwords16:20
CaseyInternI need to mount a cd16:21
CaseyInternit says there's nothing in the cd16:21
Tigersteinis it possible, to reinstall grub after a windows install, with a 6.10 ubuntu live cd? on the machine is version 7.1016:23
UbotwoTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto16:25
coordinatorhi, all!16:26
faLUCE hi. given a protocol (for example rtsp, or http), an ip and a port number, how can i see the bitrate of the incoming/outcoming traffic?16:27
CaseyInternI need help mounting a cd16:27
coordinatoris there a way to set dolphin's default view to "details"?16:27
MorrisseyCaseyIntern, whats your problem?16:30
MorrisseyCaseyIntern, your cd should be mounted automatic16:30
oushow would I go about creating a separate /boot partition; i.e. I know how to do that when installing kubuntu, but what do I need to set the settings as, and would I need to specify that Grub be installed in that partition?16:30
CaseyInternthen I'm screwed16:31
GuHHHis it possible to make a link to a file from another? like: /var/run/mysqld/mysql.sock to /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock  ???16:31
Morrisseyous: /boot/grub/menu.1st ... and "grub" command shell will help you do that ... you should read some howtos16:31
coordinatorGuHHH, ln works?16:31
GuHHHcoordinator: it says file exists, if i create it, if i dont, it cant16:32
MorrisseyGuHHH, ln -s /var/run/mysqld/mysql.sock /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock16:32
ousMorrissey: would you recommend one?16:32
Morrisseyous, nope, I'm sure google will16:32
Ange|ussomebody can help me with this ? http://rafb.net/p/9LTnpS67.html16:32
MorrisseyGuHHH, does it exist? what does "ln -s" in /var/run/mysql says?16:33
ousMorrissey: So what exactly would I be looking for?16:33
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Morrisseyous, something like +seperate +boot +partition +after +install ?16:34
Morrisseyand remember: +ubuntu gives you more aqurate hits16:34
ousMorrissey: thanks16:34
CaseyInternmy cdrom is mounting, but no files are showing up16:36
MorrisseyAnge|us, geez ... that looks terrible ... looks like a bug in the compiler16:36
MorrisseyCaseyIntern, where is it mounted? in konsole, go to /media/cdromX (where X is whatever X is there, if any) ... and check there16:36
GuHHHMorrissey: strangly it works now... lol :)16:37
GuHHHMorrissey: thanks16:37
MorrisseyGuHHH, any time16:37
GuHHHi did: ln /chroot/mysql/mysql.sock /var/run/mysqld/16:37
GuHHHand ln -s /var/run/mysqld/mysql.sock /var/run/mysqld/mysqld.sock16:38
MorrisseyGuHHH, ok ... it was probably the last one that did the trick :)16:38
GuHHHi tried it before, and it didnt work, strange. lol :D16:38
BluesKajok gents ...I see nosrednaekim is gone...here's my, /var/log/Xorg.0.log , http://www.pastebin.ca/750493...i can see that the fglrx 8.42 driver isn't loading , but i dunno why16:40
harmental80have anyone tried kde4?16:41
MorrisseyBluesKaj, you have no (EE) right? That paste was huge :) Try to see if "cat /var/log/Xorg.0.log | grep EE" says16:43
BluesKajMorrissey, (WW) warning, (EE) error, (NI) not implemented, (??) unknown. (II) Loading extension MIT-SCREEN-SAVER16:44
Morrisseyharmental80, didn't work here for some reason ... it crashed at boot, but you can give it a go! remember to set it up as a an alternative16:44
MorrisseyBluesKaj, then you have no errors ... give me "cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf | grep Driver" (give me the output that matters, ie: fgrlx, vesa ...)16:45
coordinatoris there a way to set dolphin's default view to "details"?16:45
harmental80Morrissey: thx...do you know when will kde4 will finally arrive ?16:45
* Morrissey thinks he started helping BluesKaj, but he doesn't know his problem even ;)16:45
Morrisseyharmental80, pretty soon actually ... there's no deadline16:45
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BluesKajMorrissey, installed (or thought i did) the new ATI proprietary 8.42 driver on my x200g onboard graphics card , but it doesn't seem to be loading the driver and there's no way of implementing it in sys settings Monitor&Display16:48
close2__hello, I have installed ubuntu-server with software-raid and lvm2 on a machine16:48
close2__as the machine hangs when copying large data to a usb-storage device, i wanted to try my kubuntu-live cd gg16:49
close2__but I am unable to mount my raid1 lvm2 device16:49
BluesKajMorrissey, anyway i have to go for a while ...plenty of leaves to rake ...BBL16:49
close2__I activated the raid1 with mdadm -A /dev/md1   which worked16:50
close2__but when I want to mount the /dev/md1 I get     mount: unknown filesystem type 'LVM2_member'16:51
Morrisseyclose2__, is it ext3?16:51
close2__vgchange ROOT -a y      has warnings16:51
close2__yes it is16:51
Morrisseyclose2__, remember to set the filesystem as well ... (mount -t <ext3, ext2, ntfs ...) /dev/md1 /mount/to/dir16:52
close2__doesn't work16:52
Morrisseysame error?16:52
close2__apparently lvm2 did add another header16:52
close2__wrong fs type...16:52
Morrisseyoh, thats strange16:52
Morrisseyuse fdisk to confir16:52
Morrisseysudo "fdisk /dev/md1" and "p" and "enter" to check systems16:53
close2__well i googled and found out, that I have to active the lvm2 volume16:53
close2__(it is "mapped" via lvm2 to /dev/mapper/ROOTROOT16:53
Morrisseyok ..16:53
close2__but I can't activate:  /proc/misc: No entry for device-mapper found          Is device-mapper driver missing from kernel?16:54
skoleAnyone on DRM files?16:54
Morrisseyclose2__, you are not using dmraid?16:54
close2__I don't know, what is dmraid?16:54
Morrisseyclose2__, try: "sudo apt-get install dmraid | sudo dmraidy -ay" and see if it activates it16:54
Morrissey| = && ... sorry :)16:55
skolehow to use DRM protected files anyone?16:55
Morrisseyskole, you cant ... google it16:55
skoleyou shure?16:56
skolethats a pity!16:56
close2__aptitude search raid      doesn't find anything16:56
Morrisseyclose2__, have you added multiverse?16:56
Morrisseyin /etc/apt/sources.list ?16:57
skoles there someone working with it16:57
Morrisseyyeah, DVD-jon16:57
mallizecan someone tell me how to get klipper to run on startup?16:57
Morrisseymallize, "ln -s /usr/bin/klipper /home/<username>/.kde/Autostart"16:57
close2__IIRC you could also save the session with klipper started16:58
Morrisseyclose2__, ok ... heres your guide. open /etc/apt/sources.list and remove the # form the multiverse repo ... then do "sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install dmraid && sudo dmraid -ay" and tell me your output16:58
close2__Morrissey: No RAID disks16:59
Morrisseyclose2__, thats your output?16:59
close2__Morrissey: yes16:59
close2__but my raids seem to run already16:59
close2__it's the lvm2 layer that doesn't work16:59
close2__Morrissey: [ 1615.612000] raid1: raid set md1 active with 2 out of 2 mirrors17:00
Morrisseyclose2__, I see ... give me a minute, have an expert downstairs, hold on17:00
arashHi, I'm new to compiling from sources, can any1 give me hinta or advices on how to do that, I was thinking of compiling LinuxDC++17:01
Morrisseyclose2__, sorry dude, he's not present ... Im using raid0, don't know how you would approach to activate lvm2 ..17:02
close2__arash: why do you want to compile it?17:02
close2__arash: there seems to be a deb-package somewhere: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=19398417:03
Morrisseyclose2__, don't know what that means actually ... but anyways ..17:03
arashclose2__: I want 1.0.0 :p, is it there?17:03
close2__arash: yes17:03
skoleIt looks like it is the linux people that don't want DRM to be supported. Thats stupid17:03
close2__Morrissey: i will try another live-cd17:03
Morrisseydo that17:03
close2__Morrissey: and never again use lvm217:03
Morrisseyits quite complex17:04
arashclose2__: I can aswell follow those instruction with Kubuntu too, right?17:04
Morrisseyarash, for furhter notice: "tar zxvf <file>.tar.gz && cd <file> && ./configure && make && sudo make install" ... that should get most programs compiled17:05
close2__arash: yes17:05
poison---anyone had issues with pentium d ?17:05
poison---after a clean alternative install, x doesnt boot saying my cpu frequency isnt supported17:05
Morrisseylol@poison--- ... its too low ... frequency<166mhz isnt supported :P17:06
close2__Morrissey: I just rerun vgchange ROOT..... and it worked, without error17:06
close2__Morrissey: it seems as if the first run didn't wait long enough for the module to get loaded17:07
poison---well, its a pentium d 2.817:07
Morrisseyclose2__, oh .. should have though of that actually S:17:07
poison---it worked before with feisty17:07
arashclose2__: hmm, Just wondering, If I want 1.0.0, they say I should go to getdeb.net right?17:07
poison---and even after the upgrade17:07
Morrisseypoison---, I was just joking around :) lemme check for you17:07
poison---just wont work with the fresh install17:07
close2__arash: yes, why?17:07
arashclose2__: Ok, I remember being there before, but I didn't find any download executeables there..., does that site have the programs needed for installtion?17:08
Morrisseypointwood, you should check this: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-17699.html17:09
Morrisseypoison--- ... look up17:09
Morrisseythat was for you17:09
close2__arash: wait a minute, brb17:09
poison---ty mate17:10
The3055une attaque ?17:10
kedathere is a problem w/ my konqueror..17:10
arashkeda, what's the problem then :) ?17:11
kedaIt doesn't display chinese correctly..17:11
* Morrissey smiles17:11
kedait keep using fonts from japanese..17:12
kedawhile other browser's working fine..Opear, FIrefox.17:12
kedaweired behavior..17:12
close2__arash: do you have gutsy or feisty?17:12
arashclose2__: feisty17:12
close2__arash: 32 or 64 bit?17:12
arashclose2__: or wait, 7.04, that feisty right?17:12
arashclose2__: 3217:13
close2__arash: http://www.getdeb.net/download.php?release=1508&fpos=017:13
close2__when you click on the link it should ask you, if you want to install the package17:13
close2__"open with the ??? package installer"17:14
barbaroshi guys17:14
kedawhat is the package?17:14
barbaroshow can i wander about in kpdf documents opend in konqueoror using vim-like h j k l keys for going up and down17:14
Morrisseykeda, try sudo apt-get install language-pack-kde-zh17:14
Morrisseyif its not there17:14
barbarosj and k if it's not possible they may be ctrl+j and ctrl+k too17:14
arashclose2__: oh right, you hvae to download and then run (I use Firefox, though about switching to Konqueror though)17:15
barbarosis there a way to assign those keys to application specific shortcuts ?17:15
kedathat will override my deafult interface?17:15
Morrisseykeda, then it will let you know before installing17:15
flake I want to make a couple of simple 3d games and don't know how to or deal with distributing source, just the binaries and media, is that possible as long as the user has decent opengl / video card drivers?17:16
close2__flake: what libraries are you using?  GLUT? sdl?17:16
kedaakrus: what will linuxdcpp do?17:17
jasonagodoes kubuntu feisty run perl script out of the box?17:17
arashclose2__: :thumbup:17:18
Morrisseyjasonago, yes .. make sure that "perl" package is installed17:18
kedaarash: what will linuxdcpp do?17:18
close2__jasonago: and the scripts need to have the execute-permissions17:19
arashkeda: its a downloading program17:19
jasonagodoes the synaptic downloads the perl package from the net? or it is enabled by default?17:19
close2__arash: direct-connect?17:19
arashclose2__: yea17:19
Morrisseyjasonago, dont know actually .. try .. and close2__  is correct. make sure you "chmod u+x file" first17:19
kedaarash:why would i need that?17:19
kedaHow does konqueror render the fonts?17:19
close2__keda: music (and AFAIK dc is very fast)17:20
close2__keda: if you are in the "right group"17:20
arashkeda: I didn't say you need that ;)17:20
flakeclose2__ sorry, it's irrlicht17:20
flakeengine and would have to set up special compile with library17:20
close2__flake: what's you goal? if you want people to just click install on a file, you need to find out, how to create a .deb file17:21
close2__flake: but there are many tutorials available17:22
* Morrissey disappears ....17:22
flakekind of like openarena is, just unzip to a directory and run17:24
* poison--- blown gutsy install for good17:24
flakeor untar17:24
lord_hellalguien conoce de un programa del tipo yakuake pero con transparencia real17:24
ubotuSi busca ayuda en Español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es, #kubuntu-es o #edubuntu-es, allí obtendrá mas ayuda.17:25
close2__flake: I don't know the licence of irrlicht, but it should be possible to just compile the irrlicht engine statically17:25
emilsedghmy friend updated from feisty to gutsy, now he is getting File Not Found error on Grub17:26
close2__emilsedgh: when?17:27
close2__emilsedgh: can he use the grub-command-line?17:27
aleks_reinstala el grub17:27
emilsedghclose2__: last night17:27
flakeso having a directory someone can just unzip onto home and run would be acceptable?17:28
emilsedghi think so17:28
close2__emilsedgh: then go there, and type "find boot/grub/menu.lst17:28
faruk_turkis channel17:29
faruk_or name is ?17:29
ubotuTurk ubuntu kullanicilari, turkce yardim yada geyik icin #ubuntu-tr hizmetinizde.17:29
emilsedghclose2__: file not found17:29
faruk_thank you17:30
close2__emilsedgh: can you access the disk from within a live-cd17:30
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emilsedghclose2__: with /boot/grub/menu.lst it said (hd0,7)17:30
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The3055faruk_: hi17:31
The3055there is a comunitu of GNU/Linus in turkey17:32
[ka]killerany news on xine?17:32
stdinThe3055: you use Linus? does he mind? :p17:32
Mace68hello ppl, having an issue compiling iscan-2.8.0 on gutsy 64-bit... error pastebined here: http://pastebin.ca/75054917:32
lovredoes any1 know why i cant receive localized symbols in pidgin? I receive something like html mark instead17:32
* n8k99 heard Linus loves being used17:33
The3055Sorry linux ..... :-)17:33
[ka]killerit might be working now17:33
[ka]killeraudio is working17:33
* [ka]killer trys video17:33
[ka]killerxine is working for amarok now but still not kaffeine17:34
ubotuBoot options: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions - To add/remove startup services, you can use the package 'bum', or update-rc.d - To add your own startup scripts, use /etc/rc.local - See also !grub and !dualboot - Making a boot floppy: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto/BootFloppy - Also see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SmartBootManagerHowto17:35
close2__emilsedgh: sorry didn't see your message17:35
emilsedghnp, close2__, sorry i have to go now, i will be back in a few minutes17:36
arashQuick question: how do I find out my private IP?17:36
LjLarash: ifconfig17:36
arashLjL: It says commando not found...17:37
LjLarash: you misspelled it.17:37
arashLjL: iFconfig, now who made up that name?17:37
LjLarash: network InterFace configuration17:38
arashAh, makes sense I guess, I'm used to iPconfig ;)17:38
luigii can t listen audio17:39
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andythey, sun-java5-jdk is fubared in feisty - is there an easy way to just downgrade that package?17:39
LjLarash: which would be a misnomer, because ifconfig doesn't only deal with the IP protocol17:39
ubotuVai su #ubuntu-it o su #kubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie!17:39
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats17:39
chusoluigi: you should clean your ears :D17:39
stdinandyt: helps if you say how it's "fubared"17:40
NotWiredi just installed version 7.10 and the menus from the start option appear to be messed up17:40
NotWiredis there any way to update them?17:40
stdinNotWired: maybe with "kbuildsycoca"17:41
baroquesti sono i miei caratteti accentati17:41
LjL!it | baro17:41
ubotubaro: Vai su #ubuntu-it o su #kubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie!17:41
NotWirednope stdin, the kmenu is still messed up17:42
barohow i can config mine font to do accents17:42
andytstdin - libawt.so is throwing errors about ia32 blah blah.17:42
hellhoundis there a why to have a mouse button send a key combination?17:42
stdinandyt: amd64?17:43
Morrissey_hellhound, check out btnx (google it)17:43
barothis is my fonts17:43
Morrissey_hellhound, nice GUI setup17:43
hellhoundMorrissey_: i could not get btnx to recognix my mouse (Logitech G5) :(17:43
Morrissey_hellhound, uh, it really should!17:44
andytstdin:no 38617:44
Morrissey_its a common mouse .. so17:44
stdinandyt: try sun-java6-jre instead17:45
andytstdin: can't - need 5.17:45
hellhoundMorrissey_: I thought so as well and their site said it did... but for some reason it still will not work... i have btnx  installed right now... but the autodetect sees nothing17:45
barohallo i'm baro17:45
LjLbaro: i see accented E17:47
supert0nesif only we were all so lucky17:48
barowhy i don't view17:48
LjLbaro: what font are you using?17:48
barodeja view17:48
LjLbaro: dejavu you mean?17:49
stdinandyt: if it doesn't work (tho I don't know why), you can install from suns site http://java.sun.com/products/archive/17:49
barodo you view? èàò17:50
LjLbaro: yes: e grave, a grave, o grave17:50
poison---is there a way to reset grub and fstab?17:50
hellhoundi have another question.  Is there a way to drag and drop a url from firefox into dolphin or the desktop?17:51
lovrei get this error in pidgin, does any1 know why:  Conversion from ASCII failed: Invalid byte sequence in conversion input.17:52
Mace68hellhound, you might try http://deskcut.mozdev.org/17:52
* abominius greetings17:55
Caseyinternhello all17:57
CaseyinternI need to delete a corrupted folder from the windows drive17:57
Caseyinternbut I didn't get full read/write permissions or something17:58
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jpatrickCaseyintern: ah, yes I know what you mean, but I haven't found a fix either17:59
Caseyinternit's C:\windows\system32\config17:59
jpatrickmaybe someone else knows..17:59
CaseyinternI need to delete it because it's corrupted17:59
jpatrickthat folder will always be corrupt17:59
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Caseyinternand replace it with the folder from the good drive17:59
Caseyinternthat folder isn't corrupt on the good drive18:00
close2__Caseyintern: I suppose you have an ntfs file system18:00
close2__Caseyintern: and it was mounted read-only with the ntfs driver (execute mount to find out)18:00
hellhoundMace68: Deskcut works great... not quite the same as drag n drop but it solved my issue.... THANKS18:01
close2__Caseyintern: in order to get write support you have to use the ntfs-3g driver18:01
XacarithI have an issue even getting my one ntfs hard drive to mount  I'm being told it lacks the ntfs signature18:01
close2__Caseyintern: aptitude or apt-get install ntfs-3g18:01
close2__Caseyintern: do you know how to unmount and mount a drive?18:02
Mace68hellhound, np :)18:02
CaseyinternI mounted the two drives on my own18:02
Caseyinternthey say (rw) next to them18:02
zorglu_q. does gutsy have 'revamped/fixed' the cut/past on X/kde ? or is it still similar to feisty version ?18:02
close2__Caseyintern: mount the ntfs-drive with:  mount -t ntfs-3g .....18:02
Caseyinternalso, ntfs-3g isn't a valid package :P18:02
Bloodankhhello, do you speak slovak or czech??18:03
ubotuČeské uživatele žádáme, aby mluvili v kanále #ubuntu anglicky. Česky je možno se domluvit v #ubuntu-cz. Děkujeme.18:03
close2__Caseyintern: it should be.  Are you using a live-cd?18:04
Bloodankhako sa mam pripojit do toho kanalu #ubuntu-cz??18:04
close2__Bloodankh: /join #ubuntu-cz18:04
Caseyinternlive cd18:04
CaseyinternI just thought of something18:04
close2__Caseyintern: gutsy? or feisty?18:04
antoWhats the channel for support at kde-loorg.org?18:04
Caseyinternedgy xD18:05
BonesolTeraDyneanto: you mean kde-look.org?18:05
close2__Caseyintern: that might be the reason.. ;)18:05
CaseyinternI'm going to do something epic, I'll be back later if it doesn't work18:05
Caseyinternwish me luck18:05
Kachnahow can i list pertition ids? :-)18:06
DarkWizzardhelp me18:06
DarkWizzardupgraded to gutsy18:06
DarkWizzardand it looks really bad18:06
antoBonesolTeraDyne: yes18:06
emilsedghclose2__: i tried to do update-grub on his system, now im getting kernel panic18:06
DarkWizzardlost direct rendering18:06
DarkWizzardand i think it's running XGL18:06
BonesolTeraDyneanto: I don't think there is one. It's not on this server, anyway.18:06
DarkWizzardhow can I switch to my normal xserver ?18:06
antoI cannot manage to install the korex theme !18:07
antowhen i added the theme to theme manager nothing happend18:07
close2__emilsedgh: what's the panic?18:07
emilsedghnot syncing: attempted to kill init: close2__18:08
BonesolTeraDyneanto: sounds like a bad download, or a bad theme. Maybe you should leave a comment on the theme's page. The author might not know about the problem.18:08
* Xacarith tries installing some ntfs tools....18:09
antoBonesolTeraDyne: tons of people are using it i dont see what so specialt with my computy18:09
BonesolTeraDyneanto: mind giving a link to the theme? I'll try it on my PC.18:09
antoBonesolTeraDyne: http://www.kde-look.org/content/show.php/KORE+Reviving?content=6526618:09
Xacarithis there any way to set which sound card kde uses?  It was using one before now it seems to be trying to use the other.  I have no system sounds but my programs still have sounds18:10
frojnd1Hello there. I need to get this: sudo apt-get install linux-headers-`uname -r`   BUT since I don't have internet it needed to be .deb file. my kernel version is: 2.16.20-15-heneric  This is for feisty.  Can anyone get me this .deb ??18:11
antoBonesolTeraDyne: is says somthing about a modifiedKore.profile but i dont have one :S18:11
close2__emilsedgh: sorry, don't know how to fix that18:11
lovrei have a problem.... i plug in my usb memory, and i cant acces it. Usually it appears on desktop but not now. Why cant i see it?18:12
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sparrwhow can i change the style of the K menu?  background, shape, arrangement, orientation, etc18:13
BonesolTeraDyneAh, compiz-fusion. I can't install it. My computer crashes any time I use Compiz\Bery\Fusion.18:13
CaseyInternyeah, can't find package18:13
smorghey wasn't compiz going to come preinstalled with gusty? or did they change their minds about that?18:15
jpatricksmorg: not in Kubuntu18:15
CaseyInternwhat is the package name for the NTFS read-write file system driver18:15
smorgis it considered stable enough for everyday use yet?18:16
ubotuntfs is To view your Windows/Mac partitions see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions .  For NTFS write access see !ntfs-3g or !fuse18:16
DarkWizzardhow can I check if AIGLX is enabled ?18:16
Biblio14Hello, I have Kubuntu 7.10 on VMWare 6 but can not switch into the correct fullscreen mode. It should be 1600x1200, but resolution of Kubuntu is everytime 1680x1050. When I change it in the system settings, there is no effect.18:17
smorggot vmware tools installed?18:17
Biblio14No, sorry... :-) I will do this now...18:18
expresoayudaaaaaaaa alguien que hable español18:18
smorgI think its needed to integrate resolutions properly18:18
smorgguest drivers are a must for speed ^^18:18
sparrwis compiz-fusion ready for kde in gutsy yet?18:18
smorg@sparrw: I was just looking into it last night18:19
sparrwor should i stick with beryl?18:19
smorgI think it will run but is still beta software18:19
smorgapparantly it comes with ubuntu but not kubuntu package18:19
antoAny luck?18:19
* Xacarith keeps getting this 'NTFS signature is missing.'18:20
Xacarithtrying ot run th entfs-config18:20
redheathi everyone18:23
ubunturos!hi | redheat18:23
uboturedheat: Hi! Welcome to #kubuntu!18:23
redheathi how're you doing guys..18:23
antoCan anyone help me install the kore theam??????????++18:24
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XacarithWell I now have a new error  The system reported: ntfs-3g: Cannot mount '<devuce>': No such file or directory18:28
MorrisseyXacarith, what are you trying to do?18:31
Xacarithmount an 80G hdd formated in ntfs by windows xp18:32
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Morrisseyok. did you "mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/<device> /dir/to/mount/point/"18:32
* Xacarith has been trying to use gui tools like mount point editor which worked on the main windows os hdd18:34
MorrisseyXacarith, you have to tell me what you typed, and exacly wich device your trying to mount ... otherwize I cant help you18:37
hellhoundcan anyone assist me with btnx?  for some reason it is not seeing my mouse, yet the site shows that it has been supported for quite some time18:40
* Xacarith was trying to work with programs before and skip the terminal window which he can't even get to open in kde with out a fight "Well I tried to run mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/dev/sdc1/media/storage/18:41
Xacarithwhich seems not to have been right18:41
* Xacarith is new to linux18:41
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MorrisseyXacarith, stop refeering to yourself in 3.person ... thats just annoying. I can see you are new to linux. Your problem is you have to have space between "sdc1" and "/media/storage" ... your command should be EXACLY like this: "sudo mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/sdc1/ /media/storage" (dont know why you tried /dev/dev/) ...18:43
XacarithI'm not use to using the commands yet18:44
MorrisseyXacarith, then do it ... press "alt - f2" and type that command18:44
Morrisseyhellhound, still stuck on that huh ... let me give it a second go, just a sec18:44
Xacarithfailed  Invalid argument  The device does not have a valid ntfs18:44
hellhoundMorrissey: Thank you18:45
MorrisseyXacarith, google it ... hellhound, hold on18:45
Morrisseyhellhound, it was a G5 mouse?18:46
savetheWorldAnyone know where i can get xwait for kubuntu?18:46
XacarithSounds to me like linux is no recognizing the ntfs system for some reason...18:46
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about xwait - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi18:47
XacarithI could just format it in linux18:47
MarcC_is it better to accept new config file overwrite, or keep existing?18:47
lovremy USB flash wont auto mount.... any ideas?18:47
hellhoundMorrissey: Yes usb... and "cat /proc/bus/input/devices" does recognize it using usb as well18:47
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about automount - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi18:47
ubotuMythTV is a TV framework for Linux - Instructions for using with Ubuntu at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MythTV18:47
MorrisseyXacarith, ok do that ... type "sudo mkfs.ntfs /dev/sdc1" this will format sdc1 as NTFS18:47
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about usb - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi18:47
Morrisseyhellhound, can you see it in lsusb?18:47
MorrisseyXacarith, and are you 100% sure that sdc1 is the one you want to format as ntfs??!? usually, this is the ext3 filesystem ... let me know your "df -h" and see if hc1 is not ext3 or any other linux partition18:48
Morrisseyhellhound, give me you relevant output of "lsusb"18:48
MarcC-backroomon the upgrade page for Feisty -> Gutsy, which "steps 1,2,3" do I repeat?18:49
hellhoundMorrissey: yes "Bus 001 Device 005: ID 046d:c041 Logitech, Inc.18:49
MarcC-backroomthere are two sets of numbers :S18:49
Morrisseyhellhound, btnx should Deffinatly recognize that ...18:50
Morrisseyhellhound, can you paste you "cat /etc/X11/xorg.conf" somwhere?18:51
XacarithYes  The way it's laid out, sda1 is the primary master which contains XP  sdb* is the primary slave wich has linux on it   sdc1 is the 80G which I'm fighting with18:51
XacarithIt's set as the secondary slave18:51
MorrisseyXacarith, ok ... then reformat it as I told you earlier: press "alt + f2" and type: "sudo mkfs.ntfs /dev/sdc1"18:51
MorrisseyXacarith, if you don't have any important imformation on it18:52
frojnd1When I try to make uninnstall I get some note: NOTE: Not all installed files are removed, as different distributions install  Run uninstall as many times as necessary until no "removing" messages appear below.  What does this mean than I have to run sudo make uninnstall to infinity ??18:52
MorrisseyXacarith, press "alt-f2" and "konsole" and then "sudo mkfs.ntfs /dev/sdc1"18:52
hellhoundMorrissey: that was my thought... there is a part on the ubuntu forums where the developer asks people to run it through command "sudo ./btnx" and i get "uinput modprobed successfully.    Could not read the config file: No such file or directory     Error: configuration file error."18:52
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Morrisseyhellhound, oh18:52
Morrisseyhellhound, then its not your mouse, its actually btnx18:53
hellhoundMorrissey: I did not see any errors during the ./configure, make or make install and I have uninstalled and reinstalled a few times as well18:53
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Morrisseyhellhound, try: "sudo a+r /etc/btnx/btnx_config"18:54
Morrisseyand try again18:54
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about wait - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi18:54
Morrisseyhellhound, try "sudo u+r /etc/btnx/btnx_config" there ...18:54
cristianAnybody speak spanish here?18:54
Morrisseyhellhound, actually :P hehe ... do a "sudo u+rw /etc/btnx/btnx_config"18:55
* Morrissey thinks he had some beers while watching diggnation ...18:55
Xacarithwell it's there even if it's not showing up as in the storage media  Least I can get to it18:55
hellhoundMorrissey: "sudo: u+rw: command not found"18:56
Morrisseyhellhound, actually :P hehe ... do a "chmod sudo u+rw /etc/btnx/btnx_config"18:56
Morrisseysorry bout that18:56
CPrompt^shouldn't that be "sudo chmod u+rw /etc/btnx/btnx_confi"???18:57
Morrisseyhellhound, ok ... lets to this for the last time :P "sudo chmod u+r /etc/btnx/btnx_config" <--- that should be it ...18:57
hellhoundMorrissey: LOL yeah I realized what you were trying to do... my btnx is installed in my home folder, not in /etc and the only files i have labeled "btnx_config" are "btnx_config.Po", "btnx_config.c", and "btnx_config.o" all three found through a system wide slocate19:00
cristianI cant upgrade kubuntu 7.10 to kubuntu 7.10....I don't know why.....19:01
geniicristian: You mean 7.04 to 7.10 or ubuntu 7.10 to Kubuntu 7.10 ?19:02
cristianI have kubuntu 7.1019:03
geniicristian: Since 7.10 is latest there is no further upgrade available. Unless you mean the update manager or something is not working19:04
cristiangenii: and my kubuntu 7.10 say: Upgrade to kubuntu 7.10?19:04
hellhoundMorrissey: ahhh i see from the README fiel that it is supposed to install a configuration file in /etc/btnx/btnx_config" regardless of programs installation path.... i wonder why it does not exist.. i see a /etc/btnx/events file... but not btnx_config19:04
geniiAh, OK19:04
geniicristian: In your file /etc/apt/sources.list does it say feisty or gutsy ?19:05
cristiangenii: gutsy19:05
mao42Hello Kubuntu. I'm running regular Ubuntu, but I need to know where Qt 4 installs to, because I keep getting wrong qmake version errors when making QMC.19:05
mao42And I was linked this channel19:05
cristiangenii: When start my upgrade, i have a error...19:06
geniicristian: what does command:   lsb_release -a  sya?19:07
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geniicristian: Also the error it gives when you try to upgrade may be useful19:08
Rise_Againsti have a problem with alsa.. amarok says that there's a problem with xine audio drivers19:08
cristiangenii: say: Your system is upgrade....and dont have upgrade for my distribution19:08
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cristiangenii: yeah19:09
Rise_Againstand: cat /proc/asound/cards says: --- no soundcards ---19:09
geniicristian: Well, that is not an error, only a message which is not to worry over.19:09
geniicristian: If command: lsb_release -a               reports that you have 7.10 it is fine19:10
cristiangenii: aaaaa ok19:10
Rise_Againstgenii: can you help me please?19:11
cristiangenii: ok...wait..19:11
CPrompt^genii : wasn't there a problem where after an upgrade, adept still said that there were updates available?19:11
cristiangenii: say this:19:12
cristianNo LSB modules are available.19:12
cristianDistributor ID: Ubuntu19:12
cristianDescription:    Ubuntu 7.1019:12
cristianRelease:        7.1019:12
cristianCodename:       gutsy19:12
geniiCPrompt^: Yes, possibly. Though I have not yet had to deal with it, so a first for me in that.19:12
geniiRise_Against: Soundcards/sound issues are not a subject I am very familiar with. someone else will be a better choice to choose for helping you.19:13
cristiangenii: I think it's ok or not?19:13
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hellhoundMorrissey: you still there?19:13
CPrompt^cristian : what version of Kubuntu did you have before you upgraded?19:13
geniicristian: OK. In konsole, do:  sudo apt-get dist-upgrade19:13
mm_marianhello; I have a problem with Eclipse; I've installed it, purge it, delete /usr/lib/eclipse, reinstall it and doesn't work because it need startup.jar and I don't know what to do to reinstall it properly; any idea???19:14
cristiangenii: kubuntu 7.1019:15
pedrooui bien sur19:16
geniicristian: If you do the command-line way of: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade                   this is a bit better than just upgrade. Adept may clear up the message afterwards.19:16
cristiangenii: I dont have problem....19:17
hellhoundMorrissey: I restarted my computer just in case... still no luck19:20
cristiangenii: thanks man...19:21
alexey__Q: How to establish netword between my PDA and workstaion? (thru bluetooth)19:25
frojnd1Hey guys: I've installed ubuntu feisty and followd the instructions for installing windows driver for my Broadcon Dell wireless 1390 card. But when I rebooted compter in network manager is no wireless option. Just like it would dissaper. Has anyone any idea how can I fix this?  note: I only have wireless network and one comp is working and laptop isn't.19:29
sirajuddinnew lniux user19:30
sirajuddini downlaoded kubuntu19:30
sirajuddinbut the live CD freezes after start up19:30
sirajuddinand the taskbar items don't appear19:30
sirajuddinthis happens on two laptops i have19:31
sirajuddinand the desktop the taskbar items appear19:31
NickPrestasirajuddin, have you checked the CD for defects (as per the option at boot up)?19:31
sirajuddinbut clicking freezes the system19:31
sirajuddinyes I have19:31
sirajuddinit keeps going19:31
sirajuddinwithout any response19:31
poison---sirajuddin, try disable ACPI19:31
sirajuddinhow do i do that19:31
poison---edit the startup line19:32
ubotuBoot options: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions - To add/remove startup services, you can use the package 'bum', or update-rc.d - To add your own startup scripts, use /etc/rc.local - See also !grub and !dualboot - Making a boot floppy: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto/BootFloppy - Also see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SmartBootManagerHowto19:32
sirajuddinI am a newbie to linux. All i have done is GUI installs. No idea about commands19:32
poison---go here: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BootOptions19:33
lee986321well i have successfully got compiz to run with out the ati drivers installed19:33
lee986321bur its on the 32 bit lol19:33
sirajuddinso is it only personal preference between kubuntu and Ubuntu?19:33
poison---try this: /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.15-26-k7 root=/dev/hda1 ro quiet splash noapic19:34
poison---with the correct kernel version19:34
lee986321hi ya genii19:34
poison---with: acpi=off OR noacpi19:34
sirajuddintry this: /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.15-26-k7 root=/dev/hda1 ro quiet splash noapic | u said that to me? Lee?19:34
poison--- /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.15-26-k7 root=/dev/hda1 ro quiet splash noacpi19:35
frojnd1Hey guys: I've installed ubuntu feisty and followd the instructions for installing windows driver for my Broadcon Dell wireless 1390 card. But when I rebooted compter in network manager is no wireless option. Just like it would dissaper. Has anyone any idea how can I fix this?  note: I only have wireless network and one comp is working and laptop isn't.19:37
frojnd1Is there a way that I can update and than upgrade system offline ?    I really need updates so I can establish wireless network....19:37
wastedfluidIt's probably because ndiswrpaper isn't loaded.  type "sudo ndiswrapper -l" in a terminal and tell me what it shows19:37
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs19:37
lee986321Use fiesty fawn19:38
frojnd1wastedfluid, driver installed device (14E$:4311) present (alternate driver: bcm43xx)19:38
wastedfluidfrojnd1: Most of the time, if you don't blacklist the driver that didn't work for you - it'll continue to be loaded...19:38
frojnd1wastedfluid, i have blacklisted bcm43xx19:38
wastedfluidOk.  do this, just in case:  sudo rmmod bcm42xx19:39
wastedfluidand then try a : sudo modprobe ndiswrapper19:39
frojnd1wastedfluid, ive followed this how to: http://www.linuxscrew.com/2007/09/19/get-wi-fi-working-on-dell-inspiron-1501-with-ubuntu/19:39
wastedfluidlet me read it19:39
frojnd1wastedfluid, I made a fresh install of feisty19:39
lee986321eh i just don't try to load  the drivers any more :(, and compiz is workin great on my system..thouh its in 32 bit mode19:39
frojnd1wastedfluid, and after this how to there is no wireless option in my network manager19:39
wastedfluidfrojnd1: What driver does ndiswrapper -l say is loaded?  From what you typed, it was everything except th driver19:40
wastedfluidit should say (drivername): driver installed19:40
frojnd1wastedfluid, bcmwl15 : driver installed19:40
Doobehand run 'sudo modprobe ndiswrapper'19:40
wastedfluidOk; so bcmwl15 was the driver you wanted to load.. right?19:40
frojnd1Doobeh, ndiswrapper is loaded19:41
frojnd1wastedfluid, correct19:41
wastedfluidWell.. I don't know what to tell you bud.19:41
Doobehcan you see it when you try iwconfig?19:41
wastedfluidDid you match up lspci's numbers:numbers for your specific card?  I know you followed a how to, but sometimes people message up.19:41
frojnd1Doobeh, sorry driver wasn't loaded :S19:42
frojnd1wastedfluid, what do u mean?19:42
frojnd1wastedfluid, Doobeh I thought it loads automatically..19:43
Doobehnah, its can do, but you need to set that up19:43
wastedfluidfrojnd1: Sometimes it'll load automatically, sometimes it won't..  I blacklisted my old driver, and I edited my 'networking' init.d to modprobe ndiswrapper19:43
limexAnyone had any problem upgrading to Gutsy ? The installer keep disappearing. Anyone has the same problem ?19:43
Doobehso you're all sorted now wastedfluid?19:43
wastedfluidI didn't have any problems.19:43
wastedfluidI was helping frojnd1...19:43
frojnd1wastedfluid, Doobeh what's next ?19:43
wastedfluidfrojnd1: If the driver wasn't loaded, sudo modprobe ndiswrapper19:44
DoobehI'm easily confused..19:44
lee986321mmm, i loaded from a down loaded disk19:44
frojnd1wastedfluid, done19:44
wastedfluidNow, try to connect19:44
wastedfluidif it works, you'll probably want to edit your networking init.d script to 'modprobe ndiswrapper'19:44
lucahi everyone19:44
wastedfluidthat's what I've always done19:44
wastedfluidhi luca19:45
lucaI do have to connect to a hidden wpa2 network. How would I make my box identify them and connect automatically? I have already set up knetworkmanager to connect19:45
lucahi wastedfluid19:45
wastedfluidi've never connected to a hidden network.. so I dunno what to tell you19:45
frojnd1wastedfluid, it doesn't connect :s19:45
wastedfluidfrojnd1: Are you sure it's your card?  Sometimes,  I have to reset my router.19:46
frojnd1wastedfluid, but if I type route there are some nubers I can see router19:46
wastedfluidI can rmmod ndiswrapper, and modprobe ndiswrapper.. and it still won't connect.  I have to unplug my router, and plug it back up.. and it seems to work.19:46
frojnd1wastedfluid, just a sec I'll paste output of card and what driver I've grabed19:46
wastedfluidWell, I don't know what driver you need.  IF you're following that tuturoial - it's probably the right driver.  Try resetting your router.19:47
frojnd1wastedfluid, i followed just for installing and loading19:47
frojnd1I have drifferent card19:48
wastedfluidOh man.19:48
wastedfluidOk, let me get you the right tutorial.19:48
* Doobeh rolls wastedfluid a cookie19:48
wastedfluidthanks. :-)19:48
soonDoes anyone here have a PDA which syncs well with Korganizer / Kontact etc ??19:49
wastedfluidfrojnd1: Go to http://ndiswrapper.sourceforge.net/joomla/index.php?/component/option,com_openwiki/Itemid,33/id,installation/ - Look for the "Install Windows Driver" part.. and just do the part to look up your lspci output for the corresponding windows driver that someone has tested+verified.19:49
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frojnd1wastedfluid, I have this card: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/42275/   and for it this driver: http://support.dell.com/support/downloads/download.aspx?c=us&cs=04&l=en&s=bsd&releaseid=R151517&SystemID=INSPIRONI6400/E1505&servicetag=&os=WW1&osl=en&deviceid=9805&devlib=0&typecnt=0&vercnt=9&catid=-1&impid=-1&formatcnt=1&libid=5&fileid=202136   and on that page u gave me there is something about alternate driver when I do ndiswrapper -l so I have to19:55
frojnd1 fix this. But driver is the right one19:55
wastedfluidI don't see what you're saying.19:55
wastedfluidWhat kind of card you have?19:55
SlimGIs there a picasa alternative based on KDE ?19:56
SlimGOne that atleast can upload to picasa galleries?19:56
wastedfluidOk.  I acutally clicked your links. lol19:59
wastedfluidfrojnd1: Try "lspci -n | grep 0b:00.0"19:59
wastedfluidThat should return the correction number for you.19:59
wastedfluidAnd you search that number on the ndiswrapper site for the correct driver.20:00
frojnd1wastedfluid, 14e4:4311 (rev 01) nothing found20:02
kaminixWhen installing Skype I want the non-static20:04
SlimeyPeteas a rule, static packages are more likely to work20:05
SlimeyPetedunno about skype though20:05
Rise_Againsthey there! i got no sound and amarok says: "XINE was unable to initialize any audio-drivers "20:05
poison---apt-get install libxine1-ffmpeg20:05
poison---or: add/remove programs, search for kubuntu restricted20:06
Rise_Againstis installed20:06
Rise_Againstxine bug report: load_plugins: failed to load audio output plugin <alsa>20:06
Rise_Againstno soundcard detected oO20:07
poison---audio is not installed mate20:07
Rise_Againstit worked before but with problems20:07
Rise_Againstthen i wanted to get front out/input working and now nothing is alive here :s20:08
_Angelus_why can't i install and i386 package on kubuntu amd64?20:10
vzduchbecause it's a different architecture20:10
argyrishow can i install amsn? can anyone help20:10
vzduchsudo apt-get install amsn20:11
_Angelus_vzduch: so? linux can run 32bi programs on 64bit arch20:11
_Angelus_why kubuntu can't?20:11
barbarosis there a way to copy my kubuntu dvd to somewhere in my hard drive so that i dont have to  insert my installation dvd into dvd tray all the time when i try to install some program with apt-get ?20:11
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_Angelus_barbaros: dont use the cd . download packages from the net :p20:11
ubotusource-o-matic is a webpage where you can (re)generate your sources.list - http://www.ubuntu-nl.org/source-o-matic20:12
oxywolfi jus installed kubuntu in my computer20:13
oxywolfi love it20:13
alexeyQ: I have an usb bluetooth receiver, how to make it work?20:13
argyristhnx vz20:13
frojnd1wastedfluid, or anyone is this the latest version of ndiswrapper-utils http://packages.ubuntu.com/cgi-bin/download.pl?arch=i386&file=pool%2Fmain%2Fn%2Fndiswrapper%2Fndiswrapper-utils-1.9_1.38-1ubuntu1_i386.deb&md5sum=e8876c665294254b55b32c02f629ac78&arch=i386&type=main   ???20:13
vzduch!bluetooth | alexey20:13
ubotualexey: For instructions on how to set up bluetooth, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BluetoothSetup20:13
alexeymany thanx20:13
Tm_T!fi | oxywolf20:14
ubotuoxywolf: Suomenkielinen keskustelu (K)Ubuntusta kanavilla #ubuntu-fi ja #kubuntu-fi20:14
oxywolfif haves google mail, how to use it with kopete??20:14
vzduchoxywolf: since when is Kopete a mail client?20:14
Daisuke_Laptopprobably google talk20:14
Daisuke_Laptopwhich is jabber, i believe20:15
Tm_Tit is20:15
oxywolfOk i go in finnish kubuntu server, good bye! but, thanks!20:15
Tm_Toxywolf: feel free to join finnish channels, easier to explain ;)20:15
Daisuke_Laptopset up your google account as a jabber account20:15
Tm_Toxywolf: and no you dont need to change any server20:15
snikkerhow con i configure compuz effects with gui?20:15
oxywolfOH no it doesent work20:16
oxywolfthat finnish20:16
Tm_Toxywolf: /j #kubuntu-fi20:16
Tm_Tin this very same network20:17
oxywolfBye i have to go!20:18
Tm_Thei hei20:18
IndustHI all,  there is a problem with the xorg.conf in gibbon ... somehow i cannot run an external screen on my laptop anymore ( worked in feisty very well )...20:18
Tm_Thej bicikli20:19
Industi really need help20:19
graelbAnyone know how to set the directdraw renderer for wine to opengl?20:19
graelbI'm having issues running KOTOR220:19
Tm_Tgraelb: hum, about KOTOR2...20:20
Tm_Tgraelb: The Sith Lords Restoration Project will have release soon20:20
graelbeh? for linux?20:20
Tm_Tbut it "fixes" the game20:21
Tm_Tgraelb: polishes raw diamond20:21
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graelbOh... well, ok, the real issue i'm having is that in the "hardware scan" it says i don't have any Vram (ok.... right,) and that i need a non-windows openGL 1.4.0 drivers required20:22
graelblol i have no idea what you mean by polishes raw diamond btw Tm_T20:22
Tm_Tgraelb: yup, dont know about that, sorry :(20:22
graelbbummer... alright then =)20:22
Tm_Tgraelb: KOTOR2 was released very crippled, they cut half of the story20:22
MarcC-backroomok, problems during Gutsy upgrade with X11-common and debconf - anybody see this before? I got messages about a segfault.20:22
Tm_Tgraelb: so, bunch of fans reimplement it20:23
Tm_Tand fix lots of bugs too20:23
graelbi played through it on my xbox a while back, but i'd like to go through it again, i just can't even get it running on wine20:23
* graelb nods20:23
graelbunderstood there20:23
graelbit seemed a little... choppy for a sequal20:23
Tm_Tbecause of rushing to christmas market, so they had to let very much unfinished and cut out20:24
Tm_Tgraelb: http://www.team-gizka.org/20:24
MarcC-backroomack, upgrade seems to have frozen :-/20:24
graelbhuh. Did they add to the actual gameplay? IE, change the system around closer to the first game?20:24
Tm_Tgraelb: well they cant do that20:25
Tm_Tbut enough of this offtopic :(20:25
graelblol fair enough!20:25
Tm_Tgraelb: #kubuntu-offtopic if more on this20:25
MarcC-backroomwhat do I do if I need to quit the upgrade to Gutsy while it's installing upgrades?20:25
MarcC-backroomit's frozen20:25
graelbhehe it's alright, i'm more interested in getting it to run period, but thanks =)20:25
* MarcC-backroom has got to pray, just to make it today20:26
Tm_Tgraelb: sorry I cant help with Wine issue, I really dont use it20:26
frojnd1How can I untar a file if the extension is: *.tar.gz.tar ?20:26
graelbIt's alright, no big deal. Do you dual boot with windows to run win games? TM_T?20:26
frojnd1or tar..20:27
vzduchfrojnd1: untar20:27
Tm_Tgraelb: well I dont really do games either, but I do have XP for work (and some rare games when have time)20:27
graelbGot you *nods*20:27
Tm_Tgraelb: but I play ET in Linux in time to time20:27
graelbi've got it dual booted on here, but it's running vista, so it's not quite as quick as ubuntu would run20:27
graelbTm_T:  what's ET?20:28
jttfrojnd1, first try  tar -ztvf  filename   to see if it does anything20:28
frojnd1, how can I uncompressed it if it's *.tar20:28
Tm_Tgraelb: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/EnemyTerritory20:28
Tm_Tnow off ->20:28
jttfrojnd1, gunzip20:29
graelbhehe thanks20:29
MarcC-backroomhow do I unlock apt once I quit an upgrade?20:29
ubotuIf an APT front-end crashed and your database is locked, try this in a !terminal: « sudo fuser -vki /var/lib/dpkg/lock;sudo dpkg --configure -a »20:30
frojnd1jtt, looks like its . *.tar.gz.tar :S20:30
ymlHello goodevening20:30
MarcC-backroomoh crap vzduch, now it started upgrading a bunch of stuff in the terminal window where I issued that command :-(20:31
ymlDoes someone know how to get the list of wifi network from the applet in kubuntu?20:31
* MarcC-backroom is left with a 1% gutsy upgrade20:32
MarcC-backroomyml, mine gives a list when you click on it20:32
ymliwlist eth1 scanning list a lot of network20:32
ymlMarcC-backroom   : it was on the live CD and also before I settup eth0 (ethernet)20:33
ymlMarcC-backroom  : So I guess I have modify something that I should not have touch  :-)20:34
redheathi folks..just little help here20:34
redheatI just installed ubuntu 7.10 gutsy gibbon on my new DELL XPS 1330m20:35
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AT0M1CB0MB3Rnobodies here today20:37
* Ace2016 wants to know the rest of readheat's story20:38
MarcC-backroomredheat, did you have a question?20:39
ymldoes someone has some understanding of knetworkmanager?20:39
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AT0M1CB0MB3Rhow come my dang internet is gonig to slow20:45
AT0M1CB0MB3Ri have really fast internet connection20:45
Rise_Againstheelp :( soundcard is not listed in cat /proc/asound/cards20:46
AT0M1CB0MB3RRise_Against:  what sound card do you have20:46
Op3rcant wait for the kde420:47
AT0M1CB0MB3ROp3r: well your going to have to20:47
Op3rI hope its worth the migration from ubuntu-desktop to kubuntu-desktop20:47
atlfalcons866is kde4 stable enough to use20:47
Op3ratlfalcons866, its not yet even released I think20:48
jpatrickatlfalcons866: see planet.kde.org :)20:48
ymlI am sorry I was cut off20:48
ymldoes someone has an idea of how to get back the list of wifi network with knetworkmanager ?20:48
Op3runless you are adventurous but me I am using my laptop for work :(20:49
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AT0M1CB0MB3ROp3r: it is worth the migration to kubuntu i used ubuntu before and i got bored quick but ever since i installed kubuntu-desktop ive been more then pleased20:52
Op3rAT0M1CB0MB3R, the only thing i hate is the big borders :(20:53
Op3rI want it looking sleek20:54
heretic43HEllo! Anyone suceeded in talking with a Nokis (6070) over a serial/usb cable with (k)ubuntu dapper/gutsy?20:54
Op3rcare to suggest how to?20:54
AT0M1CB0MB3ROp3r: where?20:54
AT0M1CB0MB3Rill show you my desktop20:54
AT0M1CB0MB3Ri think youll like20:54
ubuntucan anyone tell me how i can play a .MPG with Kubuntu^20:57
heretic43Keywords: Ubuntu, usb/serial, Nokia, communicate. Solutions? :-)20:57
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kbrookshow do you install a package with Kubuntu?20:58
vzduch!multimedia | Tiltation20:58
ubotuTiltation: Ubuntu 7.04 installs multimedia codecs automatically. For older versions of Ubuntu, or if you can't use the automatic installer, see https://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - For multimedia applications, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MultimediaApplications20:58
NickPresta!adept | kbrooks20:58
ubotukbrooks: adept is the Kubuntu package manager. Howto: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/AdeptHowto20:58
kbrooksNickPresta, ty20:58
heretic43kbr>Kmenu -> System -> Synaptic20:58
kbrooksheretic43, thats nnot on by default20:59
heretic43kbr> Ah... old habit. Follow the Adept advise.20:59
Tiltationubotu i have ubuntu 7.21:00
Tiltation04 but all the player doesnt want to play Mpg21:00
scienceboyquick question - how do you get a complete list of packages installed assembled in a .txt file?21:00
NickPrestascienceboy, dpkg -l > intalled.txt21:00
scienceboynickpresta: do i type that in the terminal?21:01
NickPrestascienceboy, yep21:01
scienceboynickpresta: thank you!21:01
scienceboynickpresta: where is intalled.txt located?21:03
scienceboynickpresta: nvrm21:03
NickPrestain whatever directory you ran the command in. most likely ~/21:04
heretic43must go21:05
NickPrestascienceboy, did you find it?21:06
scienceboynickpresta: yes i did. thank you. as a side note, is there a way to eliminate the descriptions and just get the names?21:07
NickPrestascienceboy, yep, sure. dpkg -l | awk '{print $2}' > installed.txt21:08
scienceboynickpresta: thanks!!!21:09
NickPrestascienceboy, of course, you should remove the first 4-5 lines (where the status information is)21:09
MGalaxyhello, some of applications (like 7zip) are disabled in "Adept Installer", why ? I am using Kubuntu 7.10 DVD and added it to SOURCES :-s21:11
argyrisError while copying to "/usr/share/amsn/skins". any guesses why?21:12
Q-collectiveI've finally got gutsy to notice my intel HD audio stuff, but now I'm still not hearing anything. I've looked in alsamixer to see if it was muted, but it isn't21:13
Q-collectivecould anyone help me out a bit?21:13
scienceboynickpresta: if i'm installing kubuntu, then do can i not include the packages that start with gnome?21:14
NickPrestascienceboy, you don't need gnome packages but some applications which aren't a part of KDE may require things like libgnome, or libgtk, etc21:17
MinatakuDr_Willis isn't here :\21:17
scienceboynickpresta: oh, ok. thank you!21:17
jttargyris, did you prepend  sudo  to your command21:18
scienceboynickpresta: allright, now once i back up my files i'm all set for a reinstall! thank you!21:18
NickPrestano problem. I hope it goes well.21:19
RBhey if i copy the files inside iso on the hard drive, and then bot in dos can i start the install of kubuntu ?21:21
TameLionNo CD burner RB?21:22
RBi have but it seems it don't read the cd good and it's stoping21:23
RBtryed to bot from usb still it block afther i chose the keybord stuff21:23
TameLionin the same place?21:24
RBno, from the cd afther clicking the install21:24
RBon usb when it's step 4 to chose the keyboard21:25
TameLionhmm.. maybe some hardware it doesn't like21:25
RBit's a laptop, celeron21:25
TameLionI don't think you can start the install from DOS..21:25
BrightEyes`hello.my lcd monitor is supporting up to 72Hz refresh rate and kubuntu gives up to 57Hz.what can i do to fix that? i can see the difference on my screen while on 57Hz refr.r21:26
RBbut if i have the files on hard drive and run kubuntu from usb cand i start the install from kubuntu from my hard drive ?21:26
TameLionDo you have another box? You could always try moving the hard drive and installing in another machine, then transfer the hard drive back21:26
barbaroshow can i feed ls commands output into perl's map function as an array or list ?21:29
barbarosor how can i feed a commands output as other  commands arguments for example perl :)21:30
fdovingbarbaros: xargs21:31
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fdovingbarbaros: command1 | xargs command221:31
trappistanyone know why I'm getting bad GPG signatures from gutsy-backports?21:36
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Q-collectiveI've finally got gutsy to notice my intel HD audio stuff, but now I'm still not hearing anything. I've looked in alsamixer to see if it was muted, but it isn't. I'm rather puzzled, what could be the problem?21:38
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geniiDamn. someone was talking to me here (red channel) but gone so long it scrolled off top. Hope it wasn't urgent21:40
ubotuChannel logs can be found at http://irclogs.ubuntu.com/ - Logs for LoCo channels are at http://logs.ubuntu-eu.org/freenode/21:41
[ifr0g]genii, ^^21:41
geniiQ-collective: Sound/audio issues are not usually my topic. But another user recently solved an issue involving his Intel audio by putting as a kernel option in the menu.list  usb-handoff21:41
genii[ifr0g]: Aaah , thanks muchly :)21:42
Q-collectivegenii: well I added those options in /etc/modprobe.d/alsa-base already (at least I guess they do the same thing), and the system recognises the hardware now, but still no sound.21:43
AT0M1CB0MB3R[ifr0g]: hey21:43
AT0M1CB0MB3Rbr everybody21:44
geniiQ-collective: I would suspect then an ACPI issue. But otherwise on this topic I'm likley not much assistance21:44
Q-collectiveACPI issue ey?21:44
* genii hands BluesKaj a coffee21:45
BluesKajthx genii :)21:45
geniiBluesKaj: anytime21:45
geniiQ-collective: Were you having problems before this relating to power management, laptop fan, screen blanking or so on?21:46
bajeYop yop21:46
[ifr0g]Q-collective, what are you using to test the sound ?21:47
BluesKajgot this error message when trying fgl_glxgears in the konsole : Using GLX_SGIX_pbuffer Segmentation fault (core dumped)21:47
barbaroswhat does mouse wheel do when i move it ?21:47
barbaroshow it's called ?21:47
barbarosis it scrolling up and down ?21:48
BluesKajbarbaros, yes21:48
barbarosif so i try to configure kpdf so that it behaves like what i do when i move my mouse wheel21:48
MGalaxyhello, some of applications (like 7zip) are disabled in "Adept Installer", why ? I am using Kubuntu 7.10 DVD and added it to SOURCES :-s21:49
BluesKajdunno about that, sorry21:49
barbarosbut when i change shortcut for scrooling up to shift+j and down shift+k respectively it slides so slowly and i cant stop it21:49
barbaroshow can i change that so that it behaves exactly like my mouse wheel ?21:49
geniiBluesKaj: I've found some oddities when trying to run gui stuff from konsole even if with kdesu or gksu/gksudo , better to run it from alt-f2 instead21:50
Q-collectivegenii: nope21:52
Q-collective[ifr0g]: amarok, kafeine, youtube on konq and firefox21:52
Q-collectiveI think that would do it21:53
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graelbhi there21:54
graelbi'm trying to install the nvidia drivers for linux, but once i stop gdm, and run the script, i get an error saying i don't have the libc headers... i don't know what to do from there21:54
jordswhy not just use the restricted drivers manager?21:55
sub[t]rnlgraelb: sudo apt-get install build-essential21:56
graelbit doesn't work correctly jords21:56
graelbi don't have my tty's and direct rendering doesn't work...21:56
evjunior09I want to burn a CD...Amarok opens up K3b and that says my songs are an unsupported format, but it's just an .MP3....Any help?21:57
graelbok! installing build essentials hehe21:57
jordsgraelb: oh ok. Yeah installing  build-essential will let you compile them21:57
graelbperfect! jaysus. thanks guys21:57
graelbok brb!21:57
sub[t]rnlevjunior09: sudo apt-get install libk3b2-mp321:58
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Skrot-Hi, where can I find planned/sugguested features for hardy heron?21:59
geniiQ-collective: Well, I have no immediate ideas in that case then. you need an audio card specialist21:59
Q-collectivegenii: oh well, thx for thinking on the matter :)22:00
graelbyeah... issues galore! it couldn't build a kernel interface22:01
geniiSkrot-: Perhaps check launchpad site22:01
jordsgraelb: sudo apt-get install linux-source should fix that i think22:02
graelbappreciate your help btw22:02
Skrot-genii: there appeared to be nothing in there. I was just wondering if encrypted $HOME via the installer will ever happen :)22:02
jordsnp I think you'll need to do some manual steps with the linux source after it's downloaded... needs to be extracted etc22:03
barbaroshow can i add date into a filename's end in konsole ?22:03
barbarosi wnat to backup somefiles using today's date22:03
alexeyProblem: lsusb finds Bluetooth Adapter, but hcitool scan detects no devices. Why?22:03
graelbjords:  *blinks* how do i go about that?22:04
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MidMarkhi guys, someone knows how to put knetworkmanager in automatic mode? now is always in manual mode and I don't know how to reput it in automatic22:05
graelbjords: be right back, going to try it again22:05
Neutrinuxhi how to put basket back in kontact in 3.5.8????22:06
graelbok, got the linux-source, but it still doesn't work, so i imagine the other stuff you mentioned i need to do22:07
sub[t]rnlMidMark: for your wireless?22:07
jordsgraelb: yeah. can you cd /usr/src , run ls and tell me roughly what files are there?22:08
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graelbjords:  sure, hang on a second22:09
MidMarksub[t]rnl: exactly22:09
graelblinux-headers 2.6.22-14 (and the -generic flavor) and linux-source-2.6.22.tar.bz222:10
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graelbthat's it22:10
sub[t]rnlMidMark: remove your wireless interface from /etc/networks/interface22:10
MidMarksub[t]rnl: this will return knetworkmanager to automatically discover networks?22:11
lee986321emergencey shut down of compiz is needed22:12
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notvhow can i change the permissions for raw1394? is there a file i can edit or something?22:14
jordsgraelb: sry22:14
graelbjords:  the two linux-headers that weren't the tarballs, were directories btw22:14
jordsgraelb: got distracted.... anyway run tar -xzf linux-source-2.6.22.tar.bz222:15
graelbjords, the tarball is red...22:16
xeviousmy login screen is loading with an increased virtual desktop size, compared to my resolution. where are the resolution settings stored for kdm?22:16
jordsgraelb: yep, so is mine on my system :D22:16
MarcC-backroomhow can I escape the Kubuntu splash load screen to get a command prompt?22:16
The_Machineexcuse me -what's an easy way to test if my firewall is letting NTP outbound of my network?22:16
jordsgraelb: and then run sudo ln -s linux-source-2.6.22 linux22:17
nosrednaekimMarcC-backroom: ctrl+alt+f2?22:17
graelbjords: ok, hat's good lol, the tar -xzf gives me an errror "gzip: stdin: not in gzip format /n tar: child return status 1 /n tar: error exit delayed from previous errors22:17
MarcC-backroomdoh, thanks nosrednaekim22:17
sub[t]rnlxevious: take out any high end resolutions that you don't use.  I think kdm goes with the highest you have in your xorg.conf22:18
MarcC-backroomhow do I remove a kernel version? I want to remove my realtime kernel?22:18
jordsgraelb: warlg. I really need to learn my tar options :D replace the z with a j22:18
AT0M1CB0MB3Ru dont know popcorn22:18
jordsso tar -xjf22:18
nosrednaekimMarcC-backroom: make sure you have another one loaded first, and then uninstall it .22:18
* nosrednaekim does a polite haha...22:19
nosrednaekimAT0M1CB0MB3R: fixed your grub problem?22:19
graelbjords: ok, it's going, but it keeps saying no such file or directory, do i need to sudo it?22:19
MarcC-backroomnosrednaekim, I'm looking for the command line command to remove a specific kernel...do I just use sudo apt-get remove22:19
xevioussub[t]rnl: i did that and it's now loading at 1400x1050 (my usual screen res.) but it's got a 1600x1200 virtual desktop22:19
xeviousbrb. lemme check it22:20
nosrednaekimMarcC-backroom: yes22:20
jordsgraelb: yeah, should sudo it22:20
sub[t]rnlxevious: hrm, specify a virtual resolution too then, to keep it in check22:20
graelbjords: seems to be working this time... one second22:20
sub[t]rnlxevious: virtual 1400x105022:20
BlazeixIs there a way to change the desktop icon size, without changing the FileManager icon size?22:20
graelbjords: ok! that worked22:20
jordsso the driver is compiled fine now?22:21
MarcC-backroomnosrednaekim, thanks22:21
BigDaddyhey all, anyone play boson in here?22:21
MarcC-backroomplayed it once22:21
BigDaddyI am crashing everytime I try and load it.22:21
graelbok, it's lned22:21
xevioussub[t]rnl: yeah. i'm a dummy22:22
MarcC-backroomBigDaddy, did you check to see if there's a bug report on it? And a newer package at getdeb.net?22:22
xevioussub[t]rnl: missed that line :D22:22
BigDaddynever heard of getdeb. I will check22:22
sub[t]rnlyeah, i looked over it a few times too when messing with that22:22
xevioussub[t]rnl: you can just remove the virtual line22:22
graelbjords: cd-ed to the linux dir , do i need to configure and make?22:23
sven__How can I check if a server will auto adjust to the winter time settings?22:23
BluesKajwho has an ATI X200 graphics on Gutsy 64 bit , and if so does the the new ati proprietary 8.42 driver work on your setup ?22:24
* nosrednaekim doesn't think that was directed to him :)22:25
BigDaddygetdeb doesn't have boson for feisty nor gutsy. I checked the sourceforge page and I have the most current. I will just post something there. I was mainly curious if anyone here played it and if it was worth keeping22:27
jordsgraelb: don't think so22:29
jordsgraelb: just go and try to run the nvidia install script again22:29
graelbjords:  ok, will do. brb22:29
MarcC-backroomBigDaddy, good luck...I don't remember if I first saw it on Youtube or where but it looked OK when I played it.22:30
BigDaddyoh well, it's no biggy. I will just see if I can get Wine working and try setting up some Yuri's Revenge22:31
graelbjords: Same error. any other ideas?22:31
MarcC-backroomewww...how do I change the Gutsy KDM screen?22:32
BluesKajnosrednaekim, the new driver doesn't do 3d or dri on my x200g...I know there's prolly a fix but I'm tired of constantly rebooting the pc after editing the xorg file trying to fix the problem :(22:33
nosrednaekimno need to reboot, could you pastebin your /var/log/Xorg.0.conf22:34
animimotussomeone knows the escape caracter I should use between a : cat photos_* > Photos.tar.gz   and a :   tar -xzvf Photos.tar.gz    ?22:34
steelsnakeMarc: change in what way? You need the KDM theme manager to change the login screen22:34
MarcC-backroomsteelsnake, thanks, I just want to change the theme so it has matching colors...I'll try the KDM theme manager22:35
Authorityknetworkmanager is not showing the "wireless networks" section under the right click menu on 7.1022:36
Authorityit was earlier, but now it's not22:36
steelsnakeit does for me... check that networkmanager itself is running22:36
BluesKajnosrednaekim, http://www.pastebin.ca/75090022:36
Authoritysteelsnake: it's managing my wired connection just fine22:37
steelsnakeAuthority: yeah, but IIRC it needs networkmanager to run in the background to show the wireless stuff22:37
steelsnakei had that problem myself a few times :) if in doubt, open a console, kill KNetworkManager and networkmanager, restart networkmanager and then KNetworkmanager and see if that helps22:38
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mikes2synaptic works fine ,,Why the need for adept?22:38
aaronI just booted, and I'm trying to run adept updater, but it says the database is locked cause its in use...22:39
Authoritysteelsnake: I was under the impression it needs NetworkManager running to manage wired as well, but either way, yes, NetworkManager and NetworkManagerDispatcher are running22:39
steelsnakeAuthority: sorry, should have use proper caps: NetworkManager and knetworkmanager22:39
mikes2and dolphin,,,Konqueror works fine?,,err hmm22:39
steelsnakethen i've got no idea what else to try Authority... anything in the logfiles?22:39
mikes2aaron: reboot22:40
mikes2and install synaptic :)22:40
Authoritysteelsnake: which ones would you recommend I look at?  nothing in /var/log/messages or dmesg22:41
steelsnakewhy synaptic? apt-get FTW ;)22:41
mikes2apt-get ,,all good :)22:41
MarcC-backroomis there a list of the default Gutsy repos somewhere?22:41
MarcC-backroomI just want to match up to mine, make sure I'm ok22:41
mikes2Why the need for adept and dolphin?\22:41
MaDiNfO_vd_la-media_helper.Tpo -c media_helper.c  -fPIC -DPIC -o .libs/xineplug_inp_dvd_la-media_helper.o22:41
MaDiNfO_media_helper.c:47:2: warning: #warning "This might not compile due to missing cdrom ioctls"22:41
MaDiNfO_media_helper.c: In function 'media_eject_media':22:41
MaDiNfO_media_helper.c:107: error: 'CDROM_DRIVE_STATUS' undeclared (first use in this function)22:41
MaDiNfO_any idea ?22:42
steelsnakeAuthority: lemme check... i don't use knetworkmanager myself anymore, so i gotta quickly check it :)22:42
mikes2wasted time,,many other bugs to fix :)22:42
Authoritysteelsnake: do you use wicd?22:42
MarcC-backroomdang, dolphin seems pretty unstable22:43
nosrednaekimBluesKaj: looking at it..22:43
steelsnakenope... i don't used wireless anymore (too slow), so i configure the wired networks from the shell22:44
aaronI JUST booted and when I try to run adept updater it says the database is already in use22:44
mikes2steelsnake: ndiswrapper not working properly?22:45
aaronhow do you view running processes?22:45
notvanyone know how to get freebob working?22:45
aaronin xterm22:45
mikes2top in konsole22:45
Authoritysteelsnake: gotcha22:45
steelsnakeaaron: open a command prompt, run "sudo apt-get upgrade" and see what happens22:45
rickey man i hafe to say ,that kubuntu 7.10 gutsy is the best OS  yet22:45
mikes2aaron ksysguard22:46
nosrednaekimBluesKaj: drmOpenDevice: open result is -1, (No such device or address) <----- there is your problem22:46
aaronsteelsnake,  invalid operation upgrade22:46
steelsnakelooks like networkmanager logs to syslog, i.e. /var/log/syslog22:46
mikes2rickey: i have found a heap of bugs but they are being sorted fast22:47
Authoritysteelsnake: got it figured out.  eth1 (my wireless card) was listed in /etc/network/interfaces.  Just deleted the reference and it picked it up right away22:47
rickeyyes they are mike22:47
steelsnakeohhhhh... cool Authority22:47
rickey i am so prould of kubuntu  for that to22:47
aaronwhat else could be using the packaging system databse!22:48
mikes2I was going to nuke the install but after the updates it is much more stable22:48
steelsnakeer should be "update"... sorry22:48
Authoritysteelsnake: I'm still new to the Debian way of configuring interfaces22:48
mikes2Debian sid :)22:48
rickeywell mikes , taking in mind with everything wrong with kubuntu ,it,s a hell of a  lot better then windows OS,s22:49
steelsnakeAuthority: i'm more a manual person myself... i.e. command line :)22:49
aaronok now it told me to do apt-get upgrade -f22:51
graelbjords: The nvidia installer didn't work again22:51
aaroni did the upgrade from 7.04 to 7.1022:51
rickeyif a dummy like me can get along with kubuntu , anyone can22:52
aarondidn't go quite perfectly :p22:52
mikes2aaron: Many hav had probs updating22:52
steelsnakeAHHHH yes aaron... that explains a little bit. So yeah, go with the -f22:52
aaronperhaps I'll just reinstall22:52
manchickenAnybody here got a moment to answer what's going on with openvpn not working?  It even gets as far as to say that initialization is complete, but it then just sits there.  I get a kernel message saying this though: tun0: Disabled Privacy Extensions22:52
MarcC-backroomwell, Automatix and Ubuntu Studio sure made that dist-upgrade difficult, but it's done now :)22:52
aaronto be fair, its about 1000 times better than upgrading in place from xp to vista22:52
mikes2aaron: I save /home and fresh install22:52
steelsnakeyeh tell me about it mikes2 :) dist upgrade didn't work on either of my two machines22:53
rickeymikes did you make sure all of the older updates were all catch up before you upgraded22:53
mikes2steelsnake: Its not a true rolling release like Debian :)22:53
mikes2despite what you read22:53
steelsnake~shrug~ i tarred up my home dir beforehand anyway and burned it to a CD... so the easy solution was to wipe and install clean... worked like a charm22:54
aaronsteelsnake, it also told me to do a dpkg --configure or something22:54
mikes2fresh is best :)22:54
barbaros00:53] <barbaros> i cant download anything form ktorrent22:54
barbaros[00:54] <barbaros> what can it be the possible problem ?22:54
barbaros[00:54] <barbaros> status is always stalle22:54
steelsnakecool aaron... then go for it, that should fix all the locks aaron22:55
steelsnakestale locks suck22:55
steelsnakealternatively you can delete the lock files manually, aaron, but thats more work22:55
aaronwas it because of the upgrade between 04 and 10?22:55
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BluesKajnosrednaekim, so how do i solve it ? :)22:56
BigPicktesting... anyone hear me?22:57
nosrednaekimthats the million $ (canadian) question22:57
nosrednaekimBigPick: hey22:57
steelsnakeyep BigPick22:57
BluesKajcanuck = $1.04 US today22:57
nosrednaekimBluesKaj: see if you have a /dev/dri/card022:57
BluesKajerr canuckbuck22:58
steelsnakecould be aaron... stale locks happen on occasion tho22:58
mikes2aaron: 7.04 to 7.10 is not do much an update/upgrade but more of a rewrite and there in lies the challenge22:59
aaronsame kernel then? I don't follow these things22:59
mikes2No new kernel in gutsy22:59
BluesKajnosrednaekim, no output23:00
jmichaelxno new kernel in gutsy? what are you talking about?23:00
mikes2aaron: After a month or two of updates it should be an ok release23:00
nosrednaekimBluesKaj: hmmm... :) do you have a section in your Xorg that give 666 permissions to dri?23:01
nosrednaekimBluesKaj: anything at all in /dev/dri?23:01
mikes2jmichaelx: 22-14=very new :)23:01
BluesKajno 666 dri in th xorg file23:01
jmichaelxpretty new, lol23:01
mikes2Little too new23:01
jmichaelxprobably... wireless in gutsy is really sucking bad for me.. plus several other smaller glitches. i am not sure it is all kernel related, but some of it surely is23:02
nosrednaekimBluesKaj: oh.. NM... I don't have one either.23:03
BluesKajnosrednaekim, nothing in /dev/dri23:03
mikes2jmichaelx: Kernel is very new and not totally sorted is my gut feeling,But i have found several small glitches in kde\23:03
erjonkubuntu italian ?23:04
milianhi guys23:04
jmichaelxusb drives not mounting if left connected... i am always having to unplaug, then plug in AFTER booting up23:04
Daisuke_Idoperhaps someone has an idea...  say i want to grep all of my log files for URLs so i can run them through wget, how would i even start going about it?  the problem is that i know JACK about regex's :\23:04
erjonhi cerco suport in italiano per kubuntu grazie23:05
mikes2jmichaelx: I use Sidux as well and it is rock solid23:05
Daisuke_Idoi should narrow that down.  all urls that lead to, say...  a jpeg23:05
jmichaelxi have thought about giving sidux a spin... how different is it from kanotix?23:05
mikes2very similar23:05
mikes2jmichaelx: very fast,,and has smxi for non-free,,ati,nvidia ,google earth etc etc23:06
steelsnakeDaisuke_Ido: "grep -i http\: /var/log/*" maybe?23:06
jmichaelxcan you dist-upgrade from release to release in sidux?23:06
mikes2no probs23:06
erjonies4linux-2.5beta2    can u help me haw to install this ies4linux-2.5beta223:07
jmichaelxcan you install from debian unstable repos?23:07
jmichaelxinstall packages*23:07
mikes2and etch23:07
mikes2and lenny23:07
Daisuke_Idosteelsnake: that doesn't take care of narrowing down the output to just strings that are http://*jpg23:07
jmichaelxyeah, i should check sidux out.23:08
Daisuke_Idobut to my knowledge, grep doesn't do wildcards23:08
mikes2jmichaelx: 10 min install23:08
jmichaelxi like kubuntu a lot, but i really hate the wireless situation. a card will work under one release, but not the next, but then might work again in the next23:08
steelsnakeyou can always pipe it, Daisuke_Ido... depends on the log format tho... if the .jpg is always at the end, this would work:23:08
steelsnakegrep -i http\: /var/log/* | grep \.jpg\$23:08
steelsnakegrep -i http\: /var/log/* | grep \.jpg$23:09
steelsnakedang i am out of my mind today...23:09
steelsnakegrep -i http\: /var/log/* | grep -i \.jpg$23:09
steelsnakethere :)23:09
mikes2jmichaelx: i like this release and feel it will get better in time,but so many probs for a major distro23:09
miliansorry, bad connection - were my messages send?23:09
BluesKajnosrednaekim, it's odd but there's no 'modules" section which lists Load  " glx" , "dri" etc in the xorg file23:10
Daisuke_Idothat works well23:10
jmichaelxi totally wish they had delayed the release... things like usb drive mounting issues and wireless issues hurt things badly. i realize wireless is often a problem in linux, but for commonly supported cards, it should not be like this23:10
mikes2BluesKaj: Same :(23:11
Daisuke_Idocan i pipe that output as the urls for wget?23:11
BluesKajmikes2, i find that weird :P23:11
mikes2BluesKaj: you have Nvidia?23:11
mikes2jmichaelx: try Sidux Gaia live cd and run "smxi" wicked :)23:12
barbaroshow can i install mlnet core in kubuntu ?23:13
barbarosi ve installed kmldonkey with sudo apt-get install kmldonkey23:13
barbarosbut when i issue whereis or which mlnet no directory is listed23:13
BluesKajI have a copy of the xorg file used in feisty and it lists a whole lot of stuff to "load " in it , unless it's hidden in gutsy23:13
jmichaelxyeah, i may have a look this weekend. this desktop will remain kubuntu, but i am thinking of changing my laptop to something else23:13
barbarosbut kmldonkey installation prompts me for a directory for mlnet core23:13
BluesKajbarbaros, run mlnet in the konsole and it loads the core23:14
BluesKajbarbaros, you'll have to do so everytime you wish to use mldonkey23:15
nosrednaekimBluesKaj: I think those are loded automatically23:16
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mikes2jmichaelx: 7.04 was a better release23:17
grainwavehello, while resizing a partition, gparted crashed. long story short i have a 300gb partition with 100gb used space. But no files show up on this partition? Any ideas anyone?23:17
BluesKajbarbaros, just type " mlnet " in the konsole (without the quotes)23:17
jmichaelxmikes2: absolutely no question23:17
mikes2grainwave: formatt with windows cd/fat3223:17
steelsnakeewwwww fat3223:18
mikes2grainwave: Can Gparted not see it now?\23:18
steelsnakei think the files are lost, grainwave... if they don't show up after the crash23:18
grainwavegparted can see the drive23:19
aaronis it a good idea to take new versions of cfg files?23:19
mikes2grainwave: Backed up important data/23:19
aaronwhen apt-get asks about them?23:19
steelsnakei would, aaron, but that's me... trusting... :)23:20
BluesKajnosrednaekim, gonna try them anyway, bbiab23:20
grainwaveImportant data is backed up just lots of movies. If they are lost what is the best way to recover space from drive? Format?23:21
steelsnakedelete the partition, create a new one23:21
mikes2pclos has a new release soon,i have had a play from testing ,It is solid,and so sorted for a very small team23:21
mikes2No sense23:21
grainwavecool thanks23:21
MarcC-backroomwhy do my gnome apps like Streamtuner and XChat stay on the screen when it turns black as I log off?23:22
sven__by god.. is there ANY way I can have that strigi demon behave, without jabbing a wooden pin through its chest?23:25
MilesGare there any programmers in here?23:25
sven__as in, right now strigi takes, every 10 minutes, for about 5 minnutes 80% of my CPU....23:25
sven__is there any way I can configure strigi to... relax?23:25
sven__take less CPU23:25
MilesGAmyRose: are you a programmer?23:25
sven__work less often23:25
sven__stuff like that?23:26
blendtuxjust close it, and change your settings that it wont start up at boot time sven__23:26
sven__MilesG, Thats an original pickup line..23:26
MilesGnah, i just wanted to ask AmyRose cause that person knows everything23:27
sven__blendtux, right.. which will cause it not to index at all.. thats like, from 100% to 0%,, I'd like to be at.. 25% or so.. :)23:27
MilesGsven__: are you a programmer?23:27
steelsnakejust ask the question, MilesG23:27
blendtuxyes i thought so, it was just a sugestion23:27
sven__MilesG, considdering that I have not seen her say anything yet.. :)23:27
BluesKajglxinfo | grep direct :output= direct rendering: No (If you want to find out why, try setting LIBGL_DEBUG=verbose) OpenGL renderer string: Mesa GLX Indirect23:27
sven__MilesG, and yeah, Im a programmer23:27
sven__who isnt23:27
MilesGi had an interview today, and they asked me to do a couple logic programs on paper in java23:28
sven__so better.. where or how can I configure strigi??23:28
MilesGand i got the last one wrong, at first, but then i corrected it while talking it out with the interviewer, does that look bad?23:28
* MilesG fresh out of college23:28
steelsnakeMilesG: depends on the interviewer... i wouldn't hold it against you since you did catch it23:28
AmyRoseMilesG: Sorry, I am not a programmer.23:29
steelsnakewas it a standard algo, like quicksort or somesuch?23:29
sven__MilesG,  kind of off-topic, isnt tit?23:29
AmyRoseI'm just a somewhat experienced end-user23:29
MilesGit was like a college text book question, like a story problem23:29
sven__MilesG, anyway, since EVERYBODY makes mistakes, why would it look bad? you noticed it, you corrected it.. making mistakes isnt bad.. not acknnowledging them or fixing them is..23:29
BluesKajthat so called wonderful new 8.42 ati driver does nothing at all for my setup...it actually made thigs worse23:29
MilesGi guess, i thought they were a linux shop, but they only deploy to linux servers, so its not really what im looking for23:30
* steelsnake agrees with sven23:31
dvayanudoes someone know how to force ubuntu 7.10 to recognize ipod touch?23:31
steelsnakeBluesKaj: truthfully... i don't really like ATI drivers in linux... the open ones don't work for modern cards, the closed ones just plain suck.23:32
RCG1984hello all, in what directory does the package manager install software?23:32
steelsnakeyou mean where it downloads them to, or where it actually installs packages to?23:33
AmyRosedvayanu: Sorry, the only thing I can come up with is "Boycott Apple"23:33
benoitest ce que quelqu'un pourrait m'aider pour régler un pb daffichage ?23:33
AmyRose!fr | benoit23:33
ubotubenoit: Allez a #ubuntu-fr ou #kubuntu-fr pour de l'aide et de la discussion en francais.23:33
RCG1984steelsnake: I mean where does it actually install the packages to23:34
steelsnakeok... that depends on the package, RCG1984. Most go somewhere into the /usr tree i'd think23:34
RCG1984steelsnake: ok, I'm just wondering because I can't find a package for gtk+ and I'm about to manually compile and than install it23:35
BluesKajsteelsnake, i had perfectly fine setup with 3d and dri , working just fine on feisty ...seriously considering reverting back ...this so called upgrade to gutsy sucks for my system , I'm afraid :(23:35
MilesGRCG1984: i think it might be /usr/lib23:35
RCG1984if i leave the --prefix flag out of ./configure will it automatically install the libraries into what ever the bash profile is set to?23:36
steelsnakeyeh didn't have much luck upgrading either BluesKaj... got it working now, minus a royal glitch on my lappy... sorry to say gutsy isn't what it should be23:36
steelsnakeyes RCG198423:37
steelsnakeusually some /usr/local tree23:37
steelsnakeer wait23:37
steelsnakei misread that23:37
BluesKajyup, steelsnake unfortunately i agree :(23:37
steelsnakenot based on the bash profile, i think... i'm not 100% sure but it'd depend on the configure defaults23:37
* jmichaelx agree with BluesKaj as well23:37
RCG1984steelsnake: would you recommend I leave the --prefix flag out?23:38
* jmichaelx has three machines using rt2500 wireless, and has had to do some headbanging23:39
steelsnakei would, RCG1984, makes later removal easier (thinking that gtk+ might have a make uninstall command)23:39
MilesGRCG1984: i thought it got compiled into the directory that you ran ./configure from, which is usually the directory you un-tarred23:40
steelsnakeit compiles there, yes... but install usually moves it elsewher23:40
RCG1984MilesG:  I have no idea what's why i'm wondering where it will install it to23:40
MilesGRCG1984: im unsure, but im trying to confirm what i thought happened23:41
steelsnakei didn't have many probs with wireless, but i don't use wifi anymore so i am not a good judge of that part yet23:41
RCG1984I'll give this install a roll and see what happends23:41
steelsnakewell, check ./configure --help, it'll tell you where it'll install23:41
MilesGsteelsnake: "make install" moves the binaries into typically /usr/bin or /usr/local/bin, correct?23:41
steelsnakeusually /usr/local subtree23:41
steelsnakeyep MilesG23:41
jmichaelxsteelsnake: i have things working (sort of) in gutsy, but gutsy has so far been a step backwards23:42
jmichaelxhopefull that will be fixed soon23:42
steelsnakeoh yes... i hate having to reset xorg.conf each time i reboot ~laughs~... damn gutsy messes it up at each boot, haven't bothered to figure out why yet23:42
steelsnakeonly on lappy, desktop is fine... thank goddess, that one would suck to rebuild each time23:43
BluesKajwe can only hope ...all the hype about the new and improved ati graphics driver is a real disappointment tho23:43
sonicwhat are the benifits of switching to the 386 kernel vs the generic one?23:43
jmichaelxsteelsnake: that is strange... you are running dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg each time you reboot?23:43
MarcC-backroomdoes anybody else see the old thumbnails in kdmtheme?23:44
jmichaelxsonic: probably none , unless you are using very old hardware23:44
steelsnakemight run automatically, but no, i don't intentionally do that anyway23:45
jmichaelxsteelsnake: if you would run that, your problem might be solved. maybe you have done it already23:45
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steelsnakei'll give it a shot jmichaelx23:46
RCG1984well i ran into an error: checking for C compiler default output file name... configure: error: C compiler cannot create executables23:48
steelsnakeone saving grace: hydra setup seems to work a lot better on gutsy... on edgy it crashed once in a week or so23:48
steelsnakeahhh you need the build-essentials RCG198423:48
steelsnakesudo apt-get install build-essentials23:49
steelsnakei hope i spelled that right from memory :)23:49
RCG1984steelsnake: yep you are correct :-)23:50
RCG1984ift gtk+ was packaged this would make my life so much easier23:51
steelsnakei'd think it is...23:52
RCG1984i did a search for it but didn't run across anything23:52
steelsnakethats such a common basic package after all23:52
RCG1984I'm using Adept Manager to find packages and I didn't come across anything23:52
steelsnakehmmm quickly running a package check...23:53
steelsnakeyou just need the lib, right? not the dev files?23:54
myrdosWhy does everything in my K-Menu look like this   _: Entries in K-menu: Konversation app name, IRC client d...23:54
RCG1984well, I'm trying to use php-gtk23:54
RCG1984most likely just the library files23:54
steelsnakelibgtk2.0-common seems to be the package you need, isn't it?23:55
RCG1984apparently I have no idea what i'm doing when trying to find a package23:56
RCG1984I thought it would be listed as gtk+ lol23:56
steelsnakeno worries, i've been known to miss packages too ~laughs~... even when they stared me right in the face in a few cases ;)23:57
RCG1984it looks like i already have it installed :-)23:58

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