crimsunmcr: #ubuntu+100:00
Jouvafrost0: Can you atleast see the PS2 to USB device plugged in and find some sort of feedback in any sort of joystick configuring application?00:00
danielski_plTkingdom: there is no .icons folder in /home00:00
mcrthanks crimsun.00:00
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frost0Jouva, with the app i have right now...no....00:00
TKingdomdanielski_pl:  Did you show hidden files?00:00
frost0Jouva, but if i recall correctly..i can get normal controller...00:00
gmcastilWhat's the Openoffice equivalent to a 'list' in Excel?00:00
TKingdomWhat version of Ubuntu?00:00
JouvaTry it with a normal PS2 controller and see if you get anything at that point00:01
TKingdomI'm sorry, its Home/Username/.icons00:01
danielski_plTKingdom : 7.1000:01
billeniumIs there a folder where all those preset wallpapers are held??00:01
Photo1z80asm! freepascal! extcalc! <3 <3 :)00:01
frost0one more question :)....is anyone here familiar with nomachine?00:01
Pinchiukas_anybody wanna help me with c++?00:02
Guest25250im not very familiar with linux and am having trouble installing a patch, can anybody offer some assistance?00:02
TKingdomPinchiukas_: http://www.cyberdiem.com/vin/00:02
yousifhi all.00:02
Photo1I think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship (between Ubuntu and myself) ;)00:03
astro76Pinchiukas_: try ##c++00:03
Pinchiukas_astro76: they're not helping :)00:03
astro76Photo1: nice00:03
Guest25250so lets say u connect to a wireless network w/ubuntu, how to you then disconnect from that network?00:03
w00w00can anyone refer me to a channel to where they can help me setup WIFI & FN keys?00:03
Photo1Thank you astro76 :)00:04
danielski_plis there a gui to change X11 mouse themes?00:04
frost0Guest25250, can't you just right click on the network manager in the bottom right of your screen and click wireless network again to deactivate it?00:04
mithrois there a way to "blacklist" a bunch of modules which I never want to be loaded?00:05
frost0Guest25250, or just choose a different type?00:05
astro76!blacklist | mithro00:05
ubotumithro: To blacklist a module, edit /etc/modprobe.d/my_blacklist and add « blacklist <modulename> » to the end of that list - To explicitly load modules in a specific order, list them in /etc/initramfs-tools/modules and type « sudo update-initramfs -u »00:05
me6ezhey all, can i use a boot image to boot linux from a usb pen drive ?00:05
TKingdomdanielski_pl:  gcursors00:05
mithroastro76: will that prevent things from insmoding them manually?00:05
gmcastilDoes anyone know how to create a list in Openoffice?00:05
Guest25250I did a google search and there were quite a few other people asking that question as well.  There is no GUI support for disconnecting from a wireless network once you have connected to it in ubuntu00:05
astro76mithro: yes00:06
Guest25250so im wondering if there is a non-gui way to do it00:06
gmcastilGuest25250: ifdown <device>00:06
astro76Guest25250: you could right-click on network manager icon and uncheck Enable Wireless00:06
gmcastilGuest25250: it'll probably be something like wlan000:06
Guest25250well i want the wireless card enabled still for aircrack00:06
frost0Guest25250, you cant just go to start-->system-->administration-->and then network?00:06
Guest25250but i dont want it connected to anything00:06
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Guest25250in windows there is an option to not "automatically" connect to known networks00:07
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Guest25250it keeps recognizing it as a known network, i'd like to remove that association00:07
Darkmystereis this the correct syntax to make a VAP from my main device: wlanconfig ath1 create wlandev ath0 wlanmode monitor or does Ath0 go where Ath1 is, BTW my Main Device is Atho?00:07
w00w00huhu =)00:08
yousifI have installed ubuntu phisically after weeks of virtually running it. It is great the only problem i m getting is the wireless network. When i set the password type to wpa2 in the network settings, it changes to wpa if i check it again. I ll be very happy to get any help on this. Thank you in advance00:08
w00w00hi, is there someone here who can help me setup WLAN (W200 card) on my notebook & get the FN + F2 key to fix?00:08
yotuxI was using edubuntu and now I have a ubuntu normal install and can;t login any ideas00:08
yotuxxession errors00:08
bod_Hey guys, ive got a new keyboard thats got a "Open your systems default email client" button on it, when i press this button it loads Evolution, how do i set Thunderbird to be my default mail client so that my keyboard opens that instead of Evolution?00:08
astro76bod_: system > prefs > keyboard shortcuts00:09
danbhfiveanyone know how to check a fat32 disk for errors?00:09
bod_astro76, ty,.,.;~)00:09
Darkmystere*Ath0 no question mark00:09
bod_astro76, that only lets me set the keys function, i want to set thunderbird as the default client instead of evolution, any ideas?00:10
andersbrIf there is a Mac share out on the network, should I be able to browse it from my Ubuntu laptop?00:10
me6ezdoes the bootimage.img on a cd work on a usb pendrive ?00:10
gmcastilIs there an Openoffice equivalent to a 'list' ?00:10
TKingdombod_:  In thunderbird goto Preferences > General and check the first option00:10
epifaniohi ,  can you suggest me how to create an .iso image ,  from a directory ? actually i've brasero and k3b as sw to burn cd-dvd00:11
bod_TKingdom, ty,. will try now,.,.;~)00:11
TKingdomClick Check Now00:11
KanjaHey, I've got a question - I dunno if anyone can help me00:11
LtLbod_ - system > preferences > preferred applications might be a beter solution to default apps.00:11
Kanjayesterday my terminal stopped working00:11
astro76epifanio: the command is mkiofs00:11
Kanjathe command gnome-terminal starts up, I can see it in the task bar at the bottom00:11
astro76epifanio: whoops, mkisofs00:12
Kanjastays "starting terminal"00:12
geniiepifanio: astro76 means mkisofs00:12
astro76my s key is getting funny :P00:12
sich11Adobe Flash has been fixed??00:12
Photo1Hmm, do I need to do something special after installing apps via Synaptic?00:12
Kanjabut then it disappears without opening a command line00:12
astro76Photo1: what's up?00:12
epifanioastro76:   thanks00:12
bod_LtL, cheers that did it,.,. thank you,.,.;~)00:12
KanjaI tried downloading the xfce-terminal, thinking it was just something wrong with the command, but same problem00:12
danielski_plTKingdom: the actual folder to use for icons is /usr/share/icons00:13
Photo1Well, I have no idea where the apps went :P gcursor starts using Alt+F2, but refuses to install the new theme00:13
LtLbod_ - welcome00:13
KanjaI can still switch into text only mode with ctr-alt-Fx00:13
Photo1Show list of know apps... roger ;)00:13
* Photo1 feels wet behind the ears :)00:14
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geniiKanja: mkisofs needs arguments. Examine the man page for how to use it, or google for examples00:14
frank__Does anybody know a good guide for setting up a LCD as a second monitor for a laptop?00:14
TKingdomdanielski_pl:  Oh, thanks.  I use .icons in Home folder with no problem00:14
* bod_ thinks PcWorld are sooo expensive, they charged me £40 for this wireless keyboard and mouse, RIPOFF!!00:14
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TKingdomexcept for some cursor packs00:14
jnikdoes 7.10 not support ISA cards? I can't find the isapnptools on packages.ubuntu.com (need to get an AWE64 working, and manually loading the module with the ports/IRQ/DMA specified is still giving a "device not found" in alsamixer)00:14
kazagistarhello... I'm a newbie who has problems with Broadcom wireless :|00:15
sich11Adobe Flash has been fixed?? of topic, wich you mean with fixed?00:15
kazagistarI seriously doubt I am unique00:15
crimsunjnik: it last shipped in breezy IIRC.00:15
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astro76Photo1: not sure about that one specifically but there's a man page, try man gcursor00:15
danbhfivekazagistar: well, it might get fixed in hardy00:15
jnikcrimsun: thanks. Guess it's off to the source....00:15
crimsunjnik: further, you should only need sudo modprobe snd-sbawe00:15
kazagistarsee, I got the driver installed, and i think its running, but I cant detect networks00:16
Johnsonsomehow many whole E partition has been made root, and i cant save any of my files anymore00:16
epifanioastro76:   how to use it,  (reading its help)   can you suggest me the sintax to use ?00:16
Johnsonhow do i change permissions00:16
frank__kazagistar: What happens when you type iwlist scan00:17
jnikcrimsun: "should", yes, but....unprintable expletive. I've just been trying to load the SB-16 module, figuring I'd worry about the AWE later. modprobing sb-awe works automagically. Thanks.00:17
* jnik has been around too long, still thinks kerneld is a cool idea00:18
geniiepifanio: : mkisofs needs arguments. Examine the man page for how to use it, or google for examples00:18
epifanioyes i'm reading about00:18
BodomLawi need an itunes substitute, any ideas? I need something that has the smart playlist option like on itunes, because i have a lot of music00:18
kazagistar*2 interface does not support scanning (lo/eth1)00:19
Johnsonsomehow my E partition has become read only and root this is the partition i use all the time. open nautilus under root and try to change permissions but it says i can't00:19
Jayzernot sure if it has smart playlist00:19
Jayzerbut you might try amarok00:19
BodomLawdeos it add songs to the playlists automatically?00:19
Jayzeractually, banshee does smart playlists00:20
Jayzeri just checked00:20
m41n1hi all00:20
box-I know it says restricted driver BUT i have ubuntu with a Geforce4 MX440 and the only screen resolution i get is 640x480 any idea what i need to do ? its using nvidia Geforce 4 Generic Driver00:20
bucky2whats the best tool to use to test random access/seek times of a hard drive?00:20
m41n1just a question00:20
astro76epifanio: here's some examples http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/Mkisofs00:20
BodomLawand is it well made, like songbird is half baked if you know what i mean00:20
m41n1i've just installed on my notebook00:20
m41n1everything goes fine but internet conection00:20
Jayzeri haven't been using it long enough to know..00:20
Jayzerit's relatively stable, but i believe there still are bugs present00:21
m41n1i can do a ping to www.google.es, and it responds00:21
epifanioastro76: great!00:21
Jayzerbut the interface is clean...it's pretty decent00:21
m41n1but can access any page/ftp/ssh...00:21
Jayzerhave you tried amarok?00:21
m41n1i've alrready set up the namesevers in /etc/resolv.conf00:21
m41n1but i get nothing00:21
biouserDoes anyone here do any txt->tex->pdf conversions?00:22
BodomLawi havento00:22
frank__biouser: you can use openoffice. It has a function to convert00:22
Jayzeramarok is chock-full of features00:22
Jayzerand is probably the more stable of the two00:22
BodomLawsmart playlist?00:22
jnikcrimsun: thank you much, just adding snd-sbawe to /etc/modules and rebooting did it. Off to lash myself with a wet noodle for overanalyzing it....00:22
biouserand frank__ hmm....00:22
biouserI am trying to use vim00:23
adubis there a gui based NES emulator for linux00:23
BodomLawi mean 45gb of hand selected playlist is a long thing00:23
LtLJohnson - in your /etc/fstab file, what does that partition's line say?00:23
rainwalkerI'm installing the linx version of google earth, and it's asking me for the binary path. what do I set?00:23
BodomLawadub look in the systamatic package manager00:23
BodomLawthere is one in there someplace00:23
astro76adub: yes search in Synaptic, but there is fceu, and gfceu is a gui front-end00:23
frank__biouser. You don't have Openoffice.org?00:23
JohnsonLtL let me open that00:23
adubastro76 is that the best gui based one00:24
biouserfrank__, I do00:24
BodomLawsynaptic, sorry, im new00:24
astro76adub: best is subjective, there are many gui front-ends, but fceu is the emulator you want00:24
biouserwhere is menu.lst located (on a separate topic)00:24
biouserfrank__, I really like pdflatex from the repos00:24
danbhfivebiouser: /boot/grub00:24
astro76biouser: locate menu.lst00:25
JohnsonLtL: # /dev/sda500:25
JohnsonUUID=469E-5165  /media/sda5     vfat    defaults,utf8,umask=007,gid=46 0       100:25
adubastro76 cool thanks00:25
JayzerBodomLaw: yeah...it has smart playlists00:25
LtLbiouser - /root/grub/menu.lst00:25
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biouserastro76, thanks for the 'teach a man to fish' answer00:25
Jayzerjust make sure you got 1.4.8 and not 1.800:25
astro76biouser: you're welcome, I always try to ;)00:25
LtLJohnson - backup that file and append this AFTER the vfat option:  rw,nosuid,nodev,shortname=mixed,uid=1000,utf8,umask=077 0 000:26
Flughafenan anybody here recommend a good tv tuner card that works with ubuntu?00:26
JonathanDFlughafen: the one I had worked fine with a quick test on mythbuntu, when we were hosting the local lug...00:27
astro76Flughafen: hauppage wintv works great00:27
BodomLawill try out both the players00:27
BodomLawright now im just streaming online00:27
JonathanDFlughafen: I don't remember which one it is, though :p00:27
geniiFlughafen: pci/usb/pcmcia/doesn't matter?00:27
astro76Flughafen: yeah... look up the mythtv hardware compatability list, that's the best resource for linux tv card compatability00:27
LtLJohnson - then umount and remount, it may be busy awhile00:27
Flughafenastro, thanks00:27
FlughafenjonathanD, thanks00:27
JonathanDFlughafen: I'll check.00:28
LtLJohnson - better to reboot it00:28
JonathanDI know the brand, it's avermedia00:28
Jayzeri was messing with some fonts..trying to get MS fonts and some anti-aliasing...and now some web pages just flat out don't show text anymore00:28
Jayzernamely Facebook and Ubuntu Forums00:28
Johnsoni can unmount a partition?00:28
Jayzeranyone know what might be going on?00:28
LtLJohnson - backup that file just in case00:28
zelrikriandoFacebook erkkk00:28
* zelrikriando vomits00:28
geniiFlughafen: My Hauppage WinTV USB2 needed some tweaking but works great. The WinTV PVR they make works out of the box.00:28
adubastro76 how do i make full screen00:29
astro76I don't remember adub, it's been awhile00:29
JohnsonLtl i should overrite defualts?00:30
LtLJohnson - yes00:30
Nickstehi there. How do i switch my wifi card to rfmon mode?00:31
edgeocI was wondering if anyone could tell me how to, or direct me to a how-to, on booting/installing ubuntu off of a USB memory drive? I have found plenty of sites describing how to setup the usb drive from within a liux system, but I am doing this on a windows box... Is this a posibility?00:32
Danielle_plive got a feeling compiz fusion doesnt like nvidia00:32
BodomLawgoogle damnsmall linux00:32
BodomLawor get the ubuntu live cd00:32
johnson_pete, you are an butt head...I've asked you to stop with the nick00:33
edgeocwell, the system im going to put it on does not have a cd drive, so thats why i want to do it off usb00:33
AirthusDoes anyone know a a Linux version of a ZIP Password Recovery tool?00:33
astro76wrong channel johnson_ ?00:33
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ninixanyone can tell me how secure NFS share ? i.e only for user "s0nix"00:33
BodomLawedgeoc why is it that old?00:33
edgeocno, that new00:33
edgeoci could get a usb cd drive00:33
Airthusmacbook air?00:33
edgeocbut i wanted to avoid that if possible00:33
edgeocx61 ibm00:34
BodomLawso why deosnt it have a cd drive?00:34
zachalinkMajor crisis: ever since I installed the last updates for ubuntu, my video is malfunctioning: it's set at 640x320 resolution, I can't get into settings, and my tasks on taskbar still don't show up.00:34
BodomLawi dont know ibm computers00:34
tazany one can help me.... u know when start computer turn on.. username and password..... so how i can find and change password ??00:34
zachalinkI actually have to use knoppix live cd in order to access this chatroom. quite sad, isn't it?00:34
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BodomLawenough be know how old an x61 is00:34
Invisible_UbuntiBodomLaw, you don't really secure it by "User" you secure it by Network address, IP Address etc..00:34
Zeddiewell you don't :) you go into single user mode and change the password :)00:34
Eyemeanhi can anyone recommend a cpu overclocking softare?00:35
AirthusDoes anyone know of a Linux version of a ZIP Password Recovery tool?00:35
Zeddietaz : don't know the exact details but that should get you started :)00:35
zachalinkSo how can I fix this major ubuntu crisis without resintalling the os? as I don't want to reinstall WoW because I can't do it with dvd and I only got dvds.00:35
tazumm ok00:35
Invisible_UbuntiEyemean, there is no CPU overclocking software its all done by Multipliers in the BIOS00:35
Ashfire908Eyemean, powernowd can do processor freq scaling00:36
Ashfire908Eyemean, not problay what you want though00:36
Danielle_plsometimes windows has more advantages00:36
Invisible_Ubuntizachalink, why not redo your xorg.conf00:36
zachalinkgo on... =)00:36
Invisible_Ubuntizachalink, make sure your using the Repo drivers and its configured proper00:36
Eyemeaninvisible_ubunti, multiplier not work on mine, but cpucool is software in windows which works, but i wanted something in linux aswell00:37
zachalinkAnd how I would do that would be... =)00:37
astro76zachalink: have you used envy or automatix?00:37
Invisible_UbuntiEyemean, what proc?00:37
Eyemeancheers ashfire90800:37
zachalinkyes, I used envy to reinstall the drivers, and it went worse.00:37
zachalinkFrom bad to worse.00:37
solexious[Q] Can i make passworded folders in ubuntu?00:37
Invisible_Ubuntizachalink, how did you get your video working properly the 1st time ;)00:37
astro76zachalink: that's why your system is broke now00:37
Demonho-brsolexious, nice nickname00:37
ubotuenvy is not needed or supported. Use the Resticted Manager to install binary drivers and see « /msg ubotu binarydriver »00:37
solexiousDemonho, ty00:37
Eyemeaninvisible_ubuntu, i know its crap chip, but im just getting to grips with overclocking befor ei upgrade00:37
zachalinkUm... by just using envy.00:38
astro76zachalink: I'd recommend reinstall and not use envy next time00:38
Invisible_Ubuntizachalink, ATI or Nvidia?00:38
Danielle_plwhich is better ubuntu or slackware?00:38
Celesmy sister needs a colour for her video codec.. and it only shows up black and white:( is there any way to fix this?00:38
bruenigDanielle_pl, slackware00:38
zachalinkenvy worked perfectly, it was probably emerald... >.>00:38
doofy`does anyone use lyx to create latex documents and know how to add the packages from texlive that are in the repos to it?00:38
zelrikriandoanyone does video editing here?00:38
Invisible_UbuntiSlackware if you have time to read if your lazy ubuntu00:38
astro76zachalink: it works perfectly until it breaks when the kernel is upgraded00:38
johnficcais there a way to compile something on my 64 bit desktop ubuntu so it can be installed on a imac g3 powerpc ubuntu?00:38
Photo1Blender is insanely slow. Can I set it to use my working accel mode somehow?00:39
Invisible_Ubuntijohnficca, no there is no way they are completely diffrent archs00:39
h-towni've done a dual boot with vista and ubuntu before, but I was wondering if there is a way to configure my partition so that ubuntu has like 75% of my drive and vista has 25% or even less?00:39
zachalinkso I have to do a reinstall and not use envy? =(00:39
Danielle_plim using buntu x86 and have a amd64, y wont buntu 64 install?00:39
Invisible_UbuntiDanielle_pl, what did it say why it won't?00:39
geniiInvisible_Ubunti: google cross-compiling. It can be done.00:39
zelrikriandoh-town: that s easy fix, uninstall vista00:39
Invisible_Ubuntigenii, is it advised?00:40
Danielle_plInvisible_ubuntu: just says unable to install00:40
astro76zachalink: it's probably the easiest and quickest way... I don't know how to fix it and it's not supported in this channel for that reason00:40
Johnson_LtL: i tried rebooted and it still is marked as read only whcih sucks because all my info is on there, and i havent modified any files. i was using eclipse. then all of a sudden i couldnt't save anymore00:40
zachalinkokay then00:40
geniiInvisible_Ubunti: Ideally no. But possible.00:40
h-towni've done that and I had massive problems, ubuntu won't recognize the old vista partition, even though i've used gparted to format it properly00:40
Invisible_Ubuntigenii, that is why I was advising not to because its not idea especially if he compiles and has problems later on ;P00:40
h-townwould my best bet be to install ubuntu, and then vista?00:41
Invisible_Ubuntibrb must reboot00:41
zelrikriandoh-town: overwrite you vista partition with some linux distro00:41
Invisible_Ubuntih-town, vista then ubuntu00:41
zelrikriandoit works great00:41
h-townbut when i install vista first it only lets me partition half of my drive and no more00:41
LtLJohnson_ - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AutomaticallyMountPartitions?highlight=%28mount%2900:42
zelrikriandoh-town: do not install vista then :)00:42
bod_hey guys,. whenever i try to watch a full screen video in mozilla, a program called npviewer takes over and displays the film, but it starts off as a small screen, which i have to maximize,. how do i make npviewer maximize when its loaded?00:42
Danielle_plcan i use the nvidia driver that came with ubuntu to use compiz-fusion or do i have to install non-free?00:42
bruenigDanielle_pl, non free00:42
Danielle_ploh hell no00:43
AirthusDoes anyone know of a Linux version of a ZIP Password Recovery tool?00:43
Photo1Danielle_pl: why ask then ?00:43
zelrikriandoh-town: installing Vista will remove grub by the way00:43
h-towni want vista for games, I understand you can use wine and all that but I want the ease of just installing and playing no problem, i use ubuntu for EVERYTHINg esle00:44
h-townyeah i know that00:44
Danielle_plphoto1: wanted to know coz last time i did that, my computer started in low graphics mode all the time, couldnt play 3d games, and had to reformat00:44
h-towni've dealt with that problem before00:44
zelrikriandoh-town: why not trying XP ?00:44
zelrikriandoVista is not as nice I was told00:44
h-towncause I already got a vista CD with my laptop and I don't want to pay money for more microsoft00:45
NW2190Does anyone know how to fix the Jack Audio Server?00:45
zelrikriandoh-town: good point00:45
h-townplus a new patch is comming out in about 2 weeks to fix a lot of the problems00:45
bod_!enter | h-town00:45
ubotuh-town: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!00:45
astro76iris: please stop00:46
bod_!enter | iris00:46
CelesHow do I update my video codec to show colour it only shows in black and white :(00:46
ubotuiris: Please try to keep your questions/responses on one line - don't use the "Enter" key as punctuation!00:46
astro76!ops | iris00:46
ubotuiris: Help! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos, tonyyarusso, PriceChild, Amaranth, jrib, jenda, nixternal, Myrtti, mneptok, Pici or Jack_Sparrow!00:46
gubstop asshole00:46
bod_astro76, good call00:46
astro76!language | gub00:47
zelrikriandoh-town: did you try making smaller partitions? then install vista on one of them...00:47
ubotugub: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family friendly.00:47
elkbuntuiris, are you goign to start making sense?00:47
bod_gub, annoying as it is,.,. mind your language please00:47
unstableI am trying to setup gutsy to share printing, I have an HP printer connected via USB to gutsy. I can print fine from gutsy, I need to setup sharing so this Vista laptop can print using the printer connected to the Gutsy desktop.00:47
unstableCan a vista laptop print to a gutsy desktop that has a printer attached to it over the network?00:48
bod_elkbuntu, cheers00:48
h-townhere's what I tried last: i formated my vista drive completely, using gparted I changed it to the correct format for ubuntu (i used the forums) but in My Computer the old vista drive is locked and can't be accessed00:48
AirthusDoes anyone know of a Linux version of a ZIP Password Recovery tool?00:48
xopherdo I need to have cool'n'quiet enabled in bios for freq. scaling to work on my amd64 cpu?00:48
bod_unstable, dont see why not,,00:48
h-towni tried to change the boot menu or whatever it's called, but I couldn't get it to work cause i'm a stoner00:48
bod_h-town, are you looking at the "My computer" folder from ubuntu?00:48
elkbuntuunstable, you may have to disable apparmor00:49
h-towni mean Computer from Places00:49
Flughafenwhats the best software for a tvtuner card in gutsy?00:49
zelrikriandoh-town: you mean on ubuntu you cant see the old vista part?00:49
h-towni can see it, it's labeled Lost and Found00:49
astro76unstable: go to http://localhost:631/ in a web browser00:49
h-townwith an X over the icon00:49
h-townin my filesystem00:50
unstableastro76: What do I do there?00:50
unstableastro76: I can see my printer listed, but how can I tell if the vista laptop can see me on the network?00:50
Pie-rateDoes AOL dialup require some kind of software to connect? I'm helping a neighbor set up an ubuntu box, they have AOL dialup (yeah, it's the only feasable connection here), i tested the modem with a free dialup service and it worked. AOL isn't, however. the modem makes its annoying noises, and then the tx/rx lights flash a little, and then all the lights go off and it disconnects. I was thinking it either got the wrong login info or it n00:50
astro76unstable: you can enable printer sharing.. you can also use the Printing control panel00:51
Pie-rateWALL OF TEXT00:51
astro76unstable: you'll just use IPP in windows with the IP address of your pc00:51
bod_Pie-rate, you need the aol browser program yes00:51
astro76unstable: IPP is an option when you add a printer00:51
jaydoes anyone know where to get a windows xp image for VMWare?00:52
unstableastro76: I go o administration, and I check the boxes under basic server settings that say "show printers shared by other systems", and "share published printers connected to this system" right?00:52
ironfootI have a problem with apache2 can someone help me?00:52
godlikekillhey i lost the network icon in task whats that called?00:52
unstableastro76: and what port?00:52
bod_jay, your xp disc?00:52
ubotuFor discussion and help with Microsoft Windows, please visit ##windows. See http://launchpad.net/distros/ubuntu/+bug/1 http://linux.oneandoneis2.org/LNW.htm and /msg ubotu equivalents00:52
nemilarPie-rate: I don't believe you can use AOL with Linux00:53
astro76unstable: I don't think you'll have to specify00:53
nemilarPie-rate: best you could do is maybe run it in wine?00:53
Pie-ratenemilar: lol00:53
jaybod_ any instructions on how to create an image?00:53
bod_nemilar, how can he get wine without aol?00:53
nemilarPie-rate: actually googling for AOL in Linux gives a little hope00:54
Pie-ratebod_: by using my own t1 connection?00:54
bod_jay, iso,.,. but go to a windows channel ##windows00:54
Pie-ratebod_: i did say my neighbor00:54
godlikekillThe Netowkr button in task is called what i ned that for my wireless00:54
astro76Pie-rate: how close is your neighbor? you should sell him some wireless access ;)00:54
putnumhow can i get ubuntu to boot up to a command line instead of the kde?00:54
nemilarPie-rate: yeah man, hook up your neighbor with some t1 action00:54
Pie-rateastro76: too far.00:54
bod_Pie-rate, true,.,. if you could get wine onto your neighbours system, then just follow the instructions for a windows installation,. but run all exe's through wine00:54
nemilarPie-rate: how dare you let someone use AOL when you have a t100:54
Pie-rateastro76: neighbor=1 mile here00:54
nemilarPie-rate: run some cat6 or coax or somethin ;)00:55
godlikekillWhast the ICON for network in TASK called and HOW do i get it BACK00:55
bod_Pie-rate, neighbour,. is next door isnt it? or a few doors down,. not a mile??lol,.,.;~)00:55
astro76Pie-rate: you can do that but you'd need line of sight00:55
Pie-ratenemilar: they can't afford a mile of cable00:55
nemilarbod_: it depends where you live00:55
Pie-rateastro76: i know, we don't have line of sight. trees.00:55
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nemilarPie-rate: if AOL hasn't changed its protocol, something like this might work: http://www.yolinux.com/TUTORIALS/LinuxTutorialAOL.html00:56
bod_nemilar, really?? wow,.,. strange,. and i suppose it depends whether or not your christian,.,.;~)00:56
Ashnalso how can i get my sound card to be used instead of my onboard?00:56
Invisible_UbuntiAnyone know how to change the grub splash screen?00:56
bod_Ashnal, i believe its asoundconfig,.,. lemme check00:56
nemilarbod_: in the city your neighbor might be across the hall... in farm-land it might be miles awa00:56
nemilarAshnal: you could disable the onboard in the bios00:57
bod_Ashnal, have a look at     man asoundconf00:57
bod_nemilar, pointlessasoundconf, can set default sound cards00:58
Pie-ratenemilar: why does aol have to do that crap00:58
Pie-ratewhat's a dialup service that works?00:58
bod_Invisible_Ubunti, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=3034100:58
nemilarPie-rate: proprietary is AOL's middle name00:58
Vasiliido anyone know which command opens lnguage-selector?00:58
bod_Pie-rate, the old pipex is good00:58
Pie-ratenemilar: i figured00:59
nemilarPie-rate: anything that uses standard dial-up protocols will work fine00:59
Jedcan anyone help me with a problem i have trying to run ubuntu from live cd?01:00
bod_!anyone | Jed01:00
ubotuJed: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?01:00
nemilarPie-rate: really, though, I bet you could figure out a way to share your connection.. It's a long distance but I'm willing to bet there's a way01:00
Indiadev_TechieJed: ok... whats ur problem.................01:00
bod_Jed, whats up?01:00
Ashnalso now why would mplayer still put sound through my onboard when its set to use alsa and alsa is set to use my sound card?01:00
bod_Ashnal, did you set your default sound card through     asoundconf?01:01
Jedsorry im not good at speaking english, im doing my best01:01
bod_Jed, dont worry01:01
Jedwhen i run it from cd,,, an error shows up,, it says01:01
JedError: Microcode "bcm43xx_microcodes.fw" not available or load failed"01:01
reconis it mandatory to set up swap on a new install? if so, how much?01:01
Jedi dont know why it happens01:01
Ashnalbod_ yes01:02
themunkeeI am using xubuntu, how can i view shared folders on a windows machine?01:02
geniiJed: You need the broadcom firmware01:02
bod_Ashnal, not sure im afraid,. i dont use mplayer01:02
Jedhow can i get it01:02
Pie-ratenemilar: no. for starters, we'd have to support them. also, the setup costs would be prohibitively high for them and they would be a security risk.01:02
Ashnalbod_: its not mplayer only, VLC, firefox, all use my onboard still01:03
geniiJed: http://www.langerland.de/linux/bcm43xx/firmware.html01:03
bod_Ashnal, probably best to disable the onbaord card,.,. have you rebooted since you set the default?01:03
zhi know little english01:03
Pie-ratenemilar: plus, they would use our bandwidth, and we'd have to add some kind of throttling that would cost more money or time to implement.01:03
siretfelcan i ask question here about ubuntu?01:03
pygmymathsiretfel: yes :)01:03
bod_zh, thats ok,.,. what is your problem?01:04
Ashnalbod_: no i just updated my alsa drivers to 1.0.1601:04
jimmygoonIs there a way to force regeneration of menu.lst because I had to reinstall grub and my xp entry is missing. I don't mind doing it manually, but it would be easier....01:04
Jedthank you very much genii01:04
joecurleehi all, I've finally got ubuntu installed on my new machine (I'm a newb here). using ati x1050 integrated display so from research i've found i need radeonhd01:04
joecurleeinstalled radeonhd via synaptic01:04
geniiJed: Wait, not there, just a list01:04
bod_Ashnal, make sure everythings fully updated then make sue the default is set then do a reboot,. then think bout disabling01:04
nomicanyone know how i enable the 'restricted' component in feisty fawn?01:04
zhfirst come here01:04
Jedwhat should i do?01:05
bod_zh, ok01:05
jimmygoonnomic, what restricted componenet? and why not up to gutsy?01:05
joecurleeuninstalled all other ati drivers... just tried configuring xserver-xorg via command line, and now I can't find any radeonhd driver (or any other ati driver of course)01:05
joecurleeso now what?01:05
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats01:05
nomicbecause aticonfig doesn't work in gutsy01:05
zhi kown here little01:05
jimmygoonah, okay, see what ubotu spit out above01:05
ubotugrub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after installing windows: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows - Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto01:05
jaymy cd drive doesnt work is there somewhere to download windows xp vmware app?01:05
bod_zh, what is your problem?01:05
pygmymathnomic: not needed to use the aticonfig01:05
Zambolihey, im just trying to compile an app, but i get  ./configure: error: C compiler cannot create executalbes01:06
nomici need it to configure dual head on my ati card01:06
pygmymathnomic: on a 1650 sapphire01:06
jimmygoonjay, there is virtual box which is free, vmware server which is also free, and then there is the best IMO, vmware workstation which may or may not be easy to get keys for :D01:06
CreationistCan anyone suggest a good Ruby IDE for a new programmer like me (although I do know VB fairly well)?01:06
pygmymathnomic: ah.. never ventured into dual head01:06
jimmygoonjay, I used virtualbox which has a OSS version, but VMware's stuff is better01:06
siretfelcan you guys rewind in mplayer while whatching videos in firefox?01:06
jimmygoonCreationist, what would such an IDE do?01:06
zhi donot have01:06
bod_zh, what is your native language?01:06
nomicworks really well with maximum resolution i just forgot how01:07
joecurleei'm thinking i'm screwed right now... also: wasn't able to enable radeonhd via ubuntu interface01:07
pygmymathsiretfel: nope.01:07
jimmygoonCreationist, jedit has some Ruby parsing and project management and has tons of extensions01:07
Creationistjimmygoon: Syntax highlighting, indentation, interpreter01:07
siretfelthought i was the only one01:07
bod_!chinese | zh01:07
ubotuzh: For Ubuntu help in Chinese 您可以访问中文频道: #ubuntu-cn 或者 #ubuntu-tw  或者 #ubuntu-hk01:07
jayjimmygoon: i installed vmware-server but i dont have a vm appliance for windows xp01:07
jimmygoonCreationist, jedit should do all of those things01:07
pygmymathsiretfel: thats only me though heh i've not looked into it much.. prefer to download stuff mysel01:07
jayjimmygoon: my cd drive is messed up and im trying to find somewhere to download one01:07
bod_zh,  no problem01:07
jimmygoonjay, you mean a Virtual Machine?01:07
geniiJed: You also need bcm43xx-fwcutter package incidentally. http://svit.epfl.ch/stuff/wl_apsta.o01:08
jimmygoonI just told you - VMware or virtualbox etc01:08
Creationistjimmygoon: Better than Arachnoruby?  I'm kind of interested in a ruby-only IDE.01:08
bod_jay, you want to download a cd drive?01:08
siretfel<pygmymath> comon don't spoil it for me man!! haha01:08
johnficcawhere do I download the ubuntu dvd repos from01:08
Creationistjimmygoon: Others are usually complicated for me... can't tell what is meant for Ruby or other languages.01:08
pygmymathsiretfel: heh. totem is generally better btw (with gxine backend)01:08
jayjimmygoon, bod_ : lol no, i want windows xp for vmware-server01:08
jimmygoonCreationist, um, its probably not *Better*, I don't know of that IDE, but honestly ... the things you are looking for aren't specific to Ruby... you ought to look for somethign that instead does those things well, which I think jedit does01:08
genjixsomeone please help me... I am going to be thrown out of university unless I can hand in my overdue coursework which is already late. My extension is for tommorow.01:08
genjixcdrecord: Cannot load media with this drive!01:09
genjixcdrecord: Try to load media by hand.01:09
genjixcdrecord: Cannot load media.01:09
siretfeltried it...same problem01:09
bod_jay, you want to illegally download windows xp, so you can have it?01:09
genjixand K3b is failing... :(01:09
zhyes ,i am new linux-loveer01:09
jimmygoonCreationist, OR you could get the IDE that everyone uses whose-name-escapes-me that is based off of eclipse01:09
jaybod_: I have a cd key, i just need the cd....01:09
genjixit worked fine always before01:09
Creationistjimmygoon: Alright, I'll take a look.  Thanks.01:09
jaybod_: my cd drive isnt working :(01:09
jimmygoonCreationist, http://rubyeclipse.sourceforge.net/01:09
bod_zh,  good for you ;)01:09
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about eclipse - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi01:09
geniiJed: More help on getting this card to work with ndiswrapper (old but still apllicable) https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/bcm43xx/Edgy01:09
zhthank you01:09
jimmygoonCreationist, better yet, http://www.aptana.com/rails01:09
themunkeecan anyone help me with using samba?01:09
joecurleejust tried editing xorg.conf myself. made "radeonhd" my display driver to no avail01:10
jimmygoonCreationist, that last link is probably what you are looking for01:10
bod_jay, do you have the cd though? no one is gonna give you an iso of there xp instalation cd,.,. or is very unlikely to01:10
themunkeei need to view shared folders on windows xp01:10
Jedok, thank you very much genii, im gonna give it a try01:10
RaptorQuestI get "Could not add buddy to server list" when trying to add a Buddy in Pidgin - where is it and how do I add to it and am I in the right place to ask this?01:10
pygmymathgenjix: tried a different burning program?01:10
joecurleecan't get past the "running local boot scritps (/stc/rc.local)" line in the start up screen01:10
jimmygoonthemunkee, you shouldn't have to do anything, ubuntu has built in samba01:10
jimmygoon!samba > themunkee01:10
genjixpygmymath, what else is there except cdrecord?01:10
geniijoecurlee: Hit enter01:10
Creationistjimmygoon: Definitely interested in a RAD environment.01:10
jaybod_ yea i have the cd, came with my laptop but i installed ubuntu over it and since my cd drive has stopped workin01:10
genjixeverything uses cdrecord as far as i know.01:11
Creationistjimmygoon: Thank you.01:11
jimmygoonCreationist, absolutely. good luck01:11
jaybod_: its ok, i thought there would be a free vmware application for xp, i use to have one that let me test ie6 when i ran xp01:11
Pie-ratewould earthlink use a normal protocol?01:11
joecurleegenii: that didn't do anything but move the cursor down the screen01:11
themunkeejimmygoon: i'll look at that, thanks01:11
siretfelproblem 2: in pidgin i cannot get any file transfers at all (receive i mean). In Kopete I do receive up to a point like 34%. Any suggestions?01:11
crimsungenjix: there's wodim.01:11
zelrikriandoRaptorQuest: maybe you made a typo when you put the name in01:11
Creationistheh... unfortunately, I can't use the web when I have Transmission or KTorrent or Deluge running.01:11
bod_jay,  i suggest you get the cd fixed instead of trying to get an iso,.,. pastebin the output of     dmesg01:11
genjixaha i'll try wodim01:11
geniijoecurlee: Try ctrl-c then01:11
RaptorQuest12 times?01:11
nemilarPie-rate: I used to use netzero in linux, but that was a long, long time ago01:12
joecurleegenii: also nothing01:12
pygmymathgenjix: everything in add/remove if you're desperate heh01:12
zelrikriandoRaptorQuest: yes it happens...01:12
nemilarPie-rate: back when it was free and ad-supported, I just connected standardly, and so there were no ads for me :)01:12
genjixi am very desperate01:12
genjixi made an iso using k3b01:12
pygmymathwoh :/01:12
prefectnemilar: heh, yah .. you could use the local dialup # , and format the username / password in such a way ... fre internet01:12
jayk thanks01:12
zelrikriandoRaptorQuest: which type of account on pidgin?01:12
pygmymathgenjix: cant you hand it in on a usb stick?01:12
RaptorQuestnot to me - twice or three times maybe, but then I double check my source01:12
geniijoecurlee: Is this first boot or was it previously working?01:13
nemilarNetZero Platinum Internet service for the Linux operating system currently supports Linspire. @ Pie-rate01:13
genjixi have no usb stick and it says explicitly a cd...01:13
genjixman im fucked01:13
nemilarPie-rate: so I'm guessing you could get it for Ubuntu01:13
genjixwodim says the same as cdrecord01:13
bod_!language | genjix01:13
ubotugenjix: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family friendly.01:13
Ashfire908what is a file's "status time" and what does that mean01:13
joecurleegenii: was working before removing all ati / vesa drivers01:13
MrRolandhey, I have a problem. lots of things missing from the administration panel, if I try to configure and add any of them like control center it will select it and in 2 seconds will deselect it back, any ideas ?01:13
formolQCtvtime work at the first time for me01:13
pygmymathgenjix: tried rebooting a few times?01:13
RaptorQuestand I have other hotmail entries imported fron YM01:14
geniijoecurlee: And how did you go about doing this driver removal procedure?01:14
siretfelanyways...i'll try asking again tomorrow. GOODNIGHT ubuntuers!!!!!!01:14
bod_jay having said that, if theres was somehow i could send you an iso of my xp, i would01:14
IradiehDoes anyone know how to reset a firmware on a laptop DVD-rom?01:14
pygmymathgenjix: and i take it the cdrom drive is picking up the blank cd01:14
genjixsometimes and sometimes not01:14
pygmymathsiretfel: night!01:14
joecurleegenii: but was crap graphics... also after installing radeonhd I never saw the option to switch to it via gui or shell.01:14
joecurleegenii: to uninstall i used synaptic01:14
geniijoecurlee: That is not an answer to the question01:14
pygmymathgenjix: googled the error messages?01:14
geniijoecurlee: OK, second reply is :)01:15
joecurleesorry about that :)01:15
genjixpygmymath, yep01:15
geniijoecurlee: So previously you were using in the xorg.conf file what? radeon as the driver name?01:15
genjixbeen reading this so far http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=676848&page=301:15
joecurleegenii: no it was "vesa"... was having problems booting with that too though, would give me "safe graphics mode"01:16
pygmymathgenjix: sudo apt-get install gnomebaker     ?01:16
genjixok ill try01:16
joecurleegenii: also when I woudl attempt to switch driver from command line via "sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg" it would not let me change from "vesa"... very weird01:16
pygmymathgenjix: sudo apt-get install brasero \01:17
MrRolandwell ? no Idea?01:17
TaintedTuxAny idea why my mpd library might not update in sonata? /etc/mpd.conf is correct01:17
geniijoecurlee: vesa is the fallback/failsafe driver. removing it is not good. If you are still ale, I would recommend boot to Recovery. then run sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg    no -phigh which only gives resolution settings01:17
Hammer89I have a USB drive with 2 partitions on it... how do I reformat it so it has only one fat32 partition?01:17
geniijoecurlee: Back up your existing xorg.conf first01:18
joecurleegenii: i see, thanks for that info. so can i reinstall vesa some how?01:18
geniijoecurlee: you can use apt-get at commandline for it01:19
geniijoecurlee: EG: sudo apt-get install xserver-xorg-video-vesa01:19
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Hammer89nevermind... figured it out :)01:22
MrRolandso this means I have to reinstall :(01:23
joecurleegenii: thanks, i have vesa now... going to restart. any idea why i can't get radeonhd working?01:24
geniijoecurlee: Not offhand.01:25
joecurleegenii: not so much "can't get it working" as "can't even see it in the list of drivers"01:25
joecurleeok... i'll keep googling... very frustrating. I'll most likely have to get a better video card... stupid on board ati pos01:25
geniijoecurlee: As far as I know the HD ati drivers are just in the fglrx main one.01:25
joecurleeoooh you might be right01:25
joecurleethat actually might make sense. crap01:26
joecurleealthough synaptic didn't saying anything about dependancies01:26
putnumis there a gui to the xorg? I want to set my refresh rate for my monitor but wanted a gui01:26
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joecurleegenii: thank you very much for the vesa help, got it working again :)01:27
geniijoecurlee: np01:29
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Blizzard-How do I install ubuntu on a partitioned hard drive and boot with that hard drive?01:30
genjixfuck im dead01:31
genjixit doesn't write01:32
CreationistI'm trying to learn Ruby but I'm confused... what is the difference between Ruby and Ruby on Rails?01:32
Creationist!language -> genjix01:32
jackgenjix: Please watchthe language and keep it family friendly01:32
mahmoud_!offtopic | Creationist01:32
ubotuCreationist: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!01:32
stdingenjix: do you intentionally ignore peoples requests that you watch the language?01:32
prefectI think Ruby on Rails is for web based programs .. but I don' know for sure .. sorry not very helpful, heh01:33
unstableastro76: I'm able to print from my desktop, which is directly connected to my printer via usb. and I"m able to ping my desktop ip from my laptop(vista), I added my desktop ip in vista, as a printer, went through the whole dialog, did a test print..and nothing happened.01:33
mahmoud_Creationist: Ruby on Rails is a web framework written in ruby01:33
Blizzard-Can someone help me with that?01:33
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putnumanybody know?01:34
ballzack3Will the hardware manager tell me what my ram is detected as?01:34
prefectBlizzard-: start with the live cd , the choose install, and select the partition you want it on .. then , follow the prompts01:34
jackballzack3: type free in a term01:35
putnumis there a gui frondend for xorg?01:35
ballzack3I mean is it detected as 533Mhz01:35
DASPRiDhellas, little problem: just installed apache2 with php5 on a fresh machine, restarted apache2 and downloaded phpmyadmin. but when i point the browser to the phpmyadmin dir, the browser tries to download the index file. nothing in the apache2 error log.01:36
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jackballzack3: I would think you can find out in the bios/cmos on boot01:36
ballzack3thanks, i didn't know about free01:36
nickrudputnum: no, dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg   in a terminal will give you a sorta gui though01:37
prefectyah ??01:37
ballzack3jack, i can but i thought there would be a mmint way to do it - my bios says it's 533mhz, but the x86 memtest boot option program says it's 1/2 that01:37
putnumok thanks nick01:37
box-any idea what i have to lower the display settings from the recovery mode ? my monitor wont display what its trying to set01:37
box-isnt there a xorg.conf file or something ?01:38
Blizzard-I PMed you.01:38
Pie-ratedoes anyone know if earthlink dialup works with linux? AoL has proprietary software that it needs, does earthlink?01:38
nickrudDASPRiD: you have libapache2-mod-php5 installed? If so, try downloading the file. I had the exact issue, downloaded the file and it magically started working01:38
jackbox-: yes, sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg01:38
prefectand I replyed01:38
jackbox-: You can also edit manually with sudo nano01:39
g4dist_p4r4hy4ngte ngarti01:39
DASPRiDnickrud, yes i have01:40
putnumdoes the ATI Radeon XPress 200 work well on ubuntu?01:40
nickrudputnum: adequately, I have one01:40
box-says package isnt installed01:40
phaedraputnum, Yes, perfectly.01:40
box-jack what areas do i have to change on it ?01:40
putnumwhats screen res are you running01:40
Siph0nI am trying to get my Svideo cable to work with my plasma tv.... but when i change xorg.conf, do i need Logout,01:40
nickrudputnum: 1280x80001:40
box-putnum : when i installed the nvidia driver it tries to set like 2048x1600 or something01:40
Siph0nor Restart or restartx ?01:40
jackbox-: You can stick it in the pastebin, but not knowing what you changed means I would be guessing01:41
box-but monitor will only display up to 1400x90001:41
phaedraputnum, 1600x120001:41
Codenutfor some reason, I have lost all the games that came with ubuntu, any thoughts?01:41
nickrudSiph0n: yes, you must restart X (log out and back in) for the xorg.conf change to be recognized01:41
DASPRiDnickrud got another reason?01:41
box-if i edit the /etc/X11/xorg.conf which settings would i have to change in it ?01:41
nickrudDASPRiD: um, restart apache? I really don't know why it started working here, just shared my experience01:42
jacquesdupontdsomeone is here ?01:42
jacquesdupontdi was asking myself a question01:42
jacquesdupontdcan we unfragment a disk with multi os ?01:42
* nickrud thinks everyone is hiding from jacquesdupontd 01:42
Codenutanyone have any hints on how to get the normal games back?01:42
jacquesdupontdit wont broke anything ?01:42
nickrudjacquesdupontd: you don't need to defrag ext3 partitions (the default type used with ubuntu)01:43
DASPRiDnickrud, all done, like i do it always...01:43
DASPRiDwell maybe i just need sleep to fix it :)01:43
jackjacquesdupontd: What format are the partitions you are trying to defrag..01:43
geniibox-: To change only resolution settings: sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg01:43
Codenutmy apologies all I am very tired see you all later01:43
box-genii says dpkg-reconfigure isnt installed01:43
jacquesdupontdthere is many01:43
ballzack3ext3 defrags itself?01:44
nickrudCodenut: sudo apt-get install --reinstall gnome-games01:44
jacquesdupontdbut defragmenting software defragment only a type of partition ?01:44
Blizzard-prefect I didn't get anything01:44
Odd-rationaleballzack3: ext3 fragmanents less01:44
nickrudjacquesdupontd: exactly01:44
Blizzard-Prefect will you join #Project801:44
jackjacquesdupontd: Correct, no one tool works for all01:44
norvballzack3: it's designed to avoid fragmentation, and defrag software depends on what kind of partition you're using01:45
Blizzard-So it's not so busy.01:45
timandtomAre there any good OCR programs for Ubuntu to make a .pdf file's text searchable?01:45
jacquesdupontdok and what do you know about hfs+ ?01:45
ballzack3What happened with that filesystem guy, is he still in jail for pwning his wife?01:45
jacquesdupontddoes it need to be defragmented ?01:45
Ashfire908what options would i use to make find not match files with the ".bz2" extenstion?01:46
iDivine_I have a question, if you guys don't mind..01:47
nickrud!ask | iDivine_01:47
ubotuiDivine_: Please don't ask to ask a question, ask the question (all on ONE line, so others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely answer. :-)01:47
ballzack3So there's no way to tell what Mint is detecting your RAM speed as?01:47
jackballzack3: Ask in #Mint01:47
iDivine_Well ok, I have Ubuntu obviously , But, I have NO clue where to start. Can any one direct me here?01:48
ballzack3what about in ubuntu?01:48
jackballzack3: Actually.. #LinuxMint01:48
zelrikriandoiDivine_: what do you want to do?01:48
nickrudballzack3: sudo lshw shows the specs of the chips01:48
ballzack3east coast!01:48
Blizzard-Can someone help me figure out how to install ubuntu on a partition and boot with that partition.01:48
bendy21Hi there everyone, does 7.10 Server provide a way to setup software RAID on disks during the setup phase? I've hunted around and can't find any howto's on this.01:48
Odd-rationaleiDivine_: Play around, have fun, and don't be afraid to try new things. The ubuntuforums.org is a good place to start.01:49
reconAshfire908: i dunno, but a workaround could be to pipe the files to sed, and remove everything that has .bz2 onit.01:49
iDivine_I would like to know, How to download things. Like simple programs I had on my old windows. And I would also like to know if there are any plug-ins..01:49
putnumhas anybody ran windows xp inside vmware server on ubuntu?01:49
Ashfire908bendy21, i think you tell it to format a patition with "raid" or something like that01:49
zelrikriandoiDivine_: System > Administration > Synaptic package manager01:49
nickrudiDivine_: you will probably need to replace those windows apps with linux apps, see the link below01:49
nickrud!equivalents | iDivine_01:50
ubotuiDivine_: A comprehensive list of of Windows-equivalent applications in Linux can be found at http://www.linuxrsp.ru/win-lin-soft/table-eng.html and https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WhatWindowsUsersWant01:50
zelrikriandoiDivine_: then Search > " My Software "01:50
norviDivine_: and some "simple" programs aren't really that simple01:50
Ashfire908bendy21, and i think it then gives you a screen to setup the raid, but i've never tried it because my server has hardware raid01:50
bendy21ashfire: Thanks for that I'll have a closer look. Didn't think to look in the partition type box!01:50
jack-desktopwhats a quick and easy program to find out the rgb values of a selected pixel?01:50
jack-desktoplike Xoomer in windows if anyone has tried it01:50
meoblast001hello... im trying to copy the Ubuntu 7.10 Live CD to a flash drive on a Fedora machine and i get an error about ..../unstable and permissions when copying01:51
meoblast001how do i fix this?01:51
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norvjack-desktop: hmm, doubt it's that hard to do in X even if it's totally nonexistant01:51
baallircd going to include the Imon pad patch anytime ?01:52
Ashfire908recon: i'll just figure out how to use it's filename stuff01:52
WorkingOnWiseis there a way to change what java plugin firefox uses from the comandline?01:52
norvjack-desktop: but running said app in wine is definitely not a possibility01:53
reconWorkingOnWise: update-alternatives01:53
nickrudjack-desktop: gcolor201:53
vbabiy_laptopHey guys is there a deb for vmware server01:53
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reconWorkingOnWise: specifically, "sudo update-alternatives --config java"01:53
jackmeoblast001: Sounds like a question for Fedora since that is the os you are using.. I would have nothing to do with Ubuntu since the ubuntu CD is just data being transfered01:53
reconalthough it'll change all of them.01:53
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badkittyvbabiy_laptop: Yep01:53
timandtomUh, quick question. Whats the difference between Unix and Linux? I'm looking at a list of software and what OS01:53
jack-desktopnickrud: not exactly xoomer, but thanks ;p01:53
nickrudadd   deb http://archive.canonical.com/ubuntu gutsy partner   to your sources.list, sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get  install vmware-server  vbabiy_laptop01:53
ballzack3#linuxmint is dead :(01:53
nickrudjack: eh, it at least gives you the rgb values ;P01:54
recontimandtom: it's complicated. linux is an offshoot of the unix kernel.01:54
badkittynickrud: Is the vmware install fixed?01:54
timandtom's they are for, but I don't really know what Unix is :P excuse my accidental enter key btw01:54
vbabiy_laptopthanks nickrud01:54
nickrudbadkitty: was it bad? that's what I used01:54
badkittyballzack3: Is it really?01:54
Ashfire908recon know if there is a not switch/keyword or something01:54
nickrudbadkitty: is currently bad, that is01:54
jackballzack3: Thats why it hasnt done well01:54
Bodenive got a couple ubuntu n00b questions..01:54
meoblast001jack: i give up on computers then01:54
WorkingOnWiserecon: thanks! that is what I needed!01:54
reconAshfire908: nah, if i need to do anything i use sed.01:54
timandtomrecon: Would a program for "Unix-like" OS's work on Linux then?01:54
ballzack3because not enough ppl in the irc room?01:54
alixoomer seems to work with wine for me01:54
recontimandtom: yeah. and bsd, and a whole bunch of other stuff.01:54
badkittynickrud: Yeah for a while everyone was recommending installing from source01:55
recontimandtom: basically, anything that ends with an *ix. and then some more.01:55
Bodenis there a program for burning .img files?01:55
ballzack3badkitty: if dead is <10 ppl, then yes :)01:55
nickrudtimandtom: for most practical purposes a program you can compile on unix can be compiled on linux01:55
jackballzack3: terrible support ...  I didnt care for the product to begin with..01:55
Pie-ratexoomer works perfectly in wine01:55
ballzack3it seems cool to me...what would be better?01:55
Pie-ratewhich certainly impresses me01:55
timandtomrecon: Ah, cool, thanks. So Linux and BSD and stuff is basically different distros of unix, like Ubuntu, Fedora, and Damn Small, are all distros of Linux?01:55
* nickrud refuses to use non free stuff if free stuff does the job01:55
jackballzack3: Dont ask us, we are biased01:56
norvali: hmm, I thought that wouldn't work because I thought it used some low level windowing stuff.. guess it can01:56
ballzack3i bet you run vista, right?01:56
nickrudor even close01:56
Pie-ratei would expect WINE to fail at that, like it normally does with everything else01:56
jackballzack3: Nope, XP and Ubuntu01:56
geniitimandtom: Unix was and still is a commercial OS developed by AT&T. Linux is a unix-like OS but no lineage to it. FreeBSD or NetBSD et al are more of a Unix heritage01:56
timandtomgenii: Ah, k, cool, thanks01:56
recontimandtom: not exactly distros. Linus wrote a slightly different kernel.01:56
nemilarBSD is a child of the original UNIX code by AT&T01:56
nemilarLinux has none of that code01:56
recontimandtom: s/slightly//01:56
Blizzard-Sorry to repeate, I lefted for a second.01:57
Blizzard-Can someone help me figure out how to install ubuntu on a partition and boot with that partition.01:57
Bodenso, im completely new to this chat, but i have some ubuntu related questions.01:57
badkittyballzack3: It was like number 6 on the charts fora while wasn't it, why the sudden drop off?01:57
timandtomrecon: But I've sorta got the right idea?01:57
dsmith_anyone know where I can find new cheap laptops that work flawlessly with ubuntu?01:57
Blizzard-I didn't see if anyone could help me or not.01:57
dsmith_ex. acer's01:57
nemilardsmith_: have you looked at Dell's ubuntu selection?01:57
recontimandtom: yeah, pretty much. linux is unix's bastard son.01:57
dsmith_besides Dells01:57
Pie-rateBlizzard-: it should let you resize your current partitions and make a partition for you01:57
Blizzard-Can someone help me figure out how to install ubuntu on a partition and boot with that partition.01:57
ballzack3badkitty:  which charts? i have no idea, i installed mint because i thought my hdd had crashed01:57
geniiBlizzard-: The livecd will guide you through the installation.01:57
Pie-rateBlizzard-: you're repeating way way way too fast01:57
jackrecon:  Very poorly phrased01:57
badkittyballzack3: Distrowatch.com01:57
nemilardsmith_: well if you want something that'll work 100% and is supported, Dell is the way to go.  There are a couple of other companies that sell Linux on laptops, but nothing as reputable as dell01:58
timandtomrecon: Awesome, thanks. Just wondering, that should do it :) Hopefully I can blunder my way through this now01:58
ubotuping yourself ;-) really the diodes all down my left side are sore01:58
reconjack: i may or may not be high right now, i dunno.01:58
Blizzard-Pie, I pmed you.01:58
ballzack3the only thing i dont like so far is my sound isn't working, but ive been too lazy to really look for help01:58
BodenCan someone please let me know if there's a program to burn .img files to a cd?01:58
brianhdsmith_: My Compaq runs Ubuntu well.  Make sure all the hardware in the laptop is supported before you buy01:58
zachalinkhi, how can I see hidden files, and 2. how can I close package installer when it won't close and it doesn't show up in process list.01:58
theyycallmepostcould someone point me in the right direction to get some linux newb bluetooth help?01:58
dsmith_nemilar: I understand, I wanted to find an alternate source to install onto. I have installed ona few older laptops but am looking for new ones01:58
dsmith_brianh: I know. :)01:58
reconBoden: try http://linuxreviews.org/howtos/cdrecording/01:58
reconBoden: specifically, http://linuxreviews.org/howtos/cdrecording/#toc1601:59
jackBoden: I thought img files were the same as iso...01:59
badkittyEEEWWW compaq!!01:59
Bodenthanks recon. i'll check that out.01:59
jackBoden: HAve you tried right clicking and writing to disk01:59
Ashfire908does bash do anything special with !01:59
BodenJack: i thought they were too, but the native burning software disagrees01:59
BodenJack: yes i have01:59
JohnMMwhat's a good kde app for cd recording?01:59
brianhdsmith_:  What I mean is, if you have an option between intel wireless and broadcom, go with intel01:59
nemilarJohnMM: k3b is the most popular02:00
jackJohnMM: K3B02:00
JohnMMah thanks02:00
dsmith_i know about intel believe me02:00
reconJohnMM: definatly k3b02:00
dsmith_i also prefer nvidia02:00
zachalinkcan anyone help?02:00
zachalinkI can't close the dang package installer02:00
box_any idea where to get a list of compiz commands ?02:01
dsmith_[X]   <----- click that :)02:01
fazziohi people ....02:01
badkittyNVIDIA FTW02:01
jackzachalink: You can see hidden files with nautilus02:01
reconbox_: man compiz02:01
jackzachalink: HAve you been using non-standard repos?02:01
dsmith_For the Weary?02:01
jack-desktopnickrud, thanks it worked perfeectly02:01
zachalinkand about the closing package manager02:01
nemilarzachalink: what do you mean when you say you can't close it?  you mean the graphical application?02:01
badkittyFor The WIn02:01
nemilarzachalink: or are you installing from the command line?02:01
dsmith_yes Nvidia is a winner02:02
nemilarzachalink: open a terminal and run "xkill" and then click on the installer02:02
fazzioanyone from brazil?02:02
ubotuAs you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)02:02
zachalinkI tried to install limewire and it froze halfway through configuring sun-java602:02
jackfazzio: BR has their own room02:02
jack-desktoptheres too many jacks02:02
dsmith_zachalink: limewire?? why02:02
crxyemzachalink, why would you bother with limewire02:02
zetheroois there an IRC chat for openoffice?02:02
nemilarzachalink: after that you will probably need to repair your package management, which is typicall done through the command line: dpkg --configure -a02:02
Jewfro-Macabbiis anyone using aide? and do you know the first run command to create a db?02:02
dsmith_zetheroo: yep02:03
jackzetheroo: yes02:03
ubotua free and open source office suite, including word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, vector drawing and database components.  To install: "sudo apt-get install openoffice.org". User help available in #users.openoffice.org02:03
crxyemok, I'm running kubuntu 6.10, if I pop in a 7.04 disk to upgrade are there any wierd issues I may expect02:03
dsmith_crxyem: do a backup first02:03
fazziojack: ow, thanks ... but, whats the name?02:03
ubotuPor favor use #ubuntu-br ou #ubuntu-pt para ajuda em português. Obrigado.02:03
zachalinklimewire? because it's the only way I can "get" songs02:03
crxyemonly need to backup my /home corect02:03
ballzack3buenos dias!02:03
nemilarcrxyem: _usually_ everything works fine...  you can get a list of reported problems on the ubuntu site somewhere02:03
dsmith_zachalink: what genre?02:04
crxyemzachalink, you should look into torrent02:04
fazzioTHANKS FOR ALL ...02:04
ubotupiracy discussion and other questionably legal practices are not welcome in the Ubuntu channels. Please take this discussion elsewhere or abstain from it altogether. This includes linking to pirated software, music and video. Also see !guidelines and !o4o02:04
jackcrxyem: I must ask.. HAve you ever run automatix or envy scripts.. it is important if yo plan to upgrade02:04
dsmith_crxyem: !streamtuner02:04
zetherooI fresly install Ubuntu Gutsy on a laptop and for some reason the Ubuntu boot up screen with the progress bar never shows up.... its black until I get to the login screen.... why is this?02:04
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about streamtuner - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi02:04
badkittyautomati ftw! .. NOT!02:04
crxyemnever used streamtuner02:05
ballzack3badkitty: i think if you look at the last 30 or 7 days Mint is still in the top 3 or 502:05
steltwhere can i set the time format ?02:05
dsmith_crxyem: check out streamtuner and streamripper02:05
zachalinklol, torrent takes decades, and sometimes I want specific songs. Anyways, on another issue: how can I mount a cd/dvd to view the windows portion of a game dvd? (in this case, world of warcraft dvd)02:05
VadiWhen I installed emacs, it got 20mb of other files too. However when I tell it to uninstall, it's only 40kb - why? How can I uninstall the rest too?02:05
nemilarVadi: does apt-get autoremove do anything for you?02:06
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badkittyballzack3: Pretty impressive if there are only 10 users02:06
crxyemyou can selectively download songs from torrents02:06
zachalinkBy the way, I tried that xkill thing on package manager, and didn't do anything.02:06
nemilar!piracy | crxyem02:06
ubotucrxyem: piracy discussion and other questionably legal practices are not welcome in the Ubuntu channels. Please take this discussion elsewhere or abstain from it altogether. This includes linking to pirated software, music and video. Also see !guidelines and !o4o02:06
Vadinemilar: no, nothing02:06
crxyemtorrents are not neccessarily illegal02:07
nemilarok, in that case:02:07
ubotu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!02:07
box_if you enable desktop effects is that compizfusion OR do u have to install compiz seperate ?02:07
tigranin 7.10 its compiz02:07
VadiHow can I remove the rest of dependencies that emacs dragged in?02:07
nemilarVadi: some of those dependencies might be in use by other programs, or there might be some other emacs stuff on your system02:08
crxyemthen send zchalink to another channel for his question about limewire freezing on install.02:08
xxploitbox: its compiz02:08
Bodenat the moment, i have two large issues under ubuntu: i have no idea how to use/install tarballs. AND: my sound card is recognized, but i've gone through all the troubleshooting steps and i cant get any sound to play.02:08
Vadinemilar: They aren't though, at least, they weren't before02:08
nemilarVadi: what package did you remove when you removed emacs?02:08
Vadithe emacs one02:08
nemilarVadi: emacs22-bin-common or something like that might still be installed02:08
VadiIt's the same one I used to install it02:08
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badkittyBoden: A tarball is similar to a zip file, it is not executable, you must extract the files from it and then use those to install02:09
VadiYeah you're right02:09
badkittyWow I cant talk tonight02:09
nemilarBoden: if you're trying to install software, you should use the package management if at all possible02:09
Vadinemilar: Yay, reclaimed 67mb of my space. I'd say that package needs to be looked at :|02:10
BodenBadkitty: is it something i need to compile first?02:10
nemilarVadi: 'emacs' is just a meta-package... yeah apt can be a pain like that sometimes02:10
badkittyBoden: Often times yes but not necessarily02:10
Bodennemilar: i do as much as possible, but i mean for things that dont show up in the package manager02:10
crxyemso, I shouldn't have anything to worry about if I try to upgrade with a 7.10 disk,02:10
nemilarBoden: what are you trying to install at the moment?  also, you should enable all the software sources in the system - administration - software sources menu02:10
badkittyBoden: I downloaded Azureus tarball the other day and when I extract the files, I just run it, everything is already compiled02:11
nemilarBoden: some of them are disabled by default02:11
thechrisI need some data recovery help for mdadm02:11
nemilarbadkitty: not compiled...Azureus is written in Java02:11
Bodenbadkitty: alright. what file extension am i looking for after extracting the tarball? which one is the executable02:11
badkittynemilar: Oh yah good point02:11
Bodennemilar: thanks, i have done that02:11
tigranBoden: it has no extension02:11
ballzack3Boden: a .bat or .exe file probably02:11
ballzack3or .sh lol02:12
badkittyBoden: nemilar is right to ask what you are trying to install, it is much better to install using the repos02:12
nemilarBoden: typically the install will be: tar zxfv tarball.tar.gz ; cd tarball/ ; ./configure ; make ; make install02:12
Bodenalright, let me go look...02:12
RB2I'm migrating all of my data from my old w2k box. No problems mounting remotely via smb, however I think last time it failed partway through because of a filename. Can I use rsync to sync the two up?02:12
nemilarBoden: but the package management system won't know that it's installed, and installing from source is complex and almost always not necessary02:12
jmworxCan someone help me fix my desktop after de-installing the desktop effects.02:12
andresjis there a way to make ubuntu, when updating a package, download only the difference between the old version and the new one, instead of downloading it all again?02:12
nickrudandresj: no02:13
Bodennemilar: so most sites that i can download tarballs from i can also find repo addresses @?02:13
RyuhoMy tablet (motion computing M1400) hotkey does not show up on: showkey, acpid, or xev. I know it works (it works under default windows install) is there no way to use this key in ubuntu?02:13
jmworxWhen I log in, I get no window manager at all and need to start it manually (blind from a white xterm) every time02:13
nemilarBoden: what are you trying to install?   and if at all available, install from the .deb package02:13
crxyemI like checkinstall vs just using make install02:13
badkittycrxyem: Good point02:13
nemilaryeah checkinstall is preferable02:13
jmworx(I'm running Gusty BTW)02:14
Siph0nneone know what plugin i need to view the finance.google.com charts? :)02:14
andresjnickrud: oh... I say it because I'm updating KDE 4.0.0 to 4.0.1 and its a lot :)02:14
nemilarbut I'm sure Boden doesn't even have build-essential installed so...02:14
nemilarSiph0n: flash non-free02:14
Bodennemilar: right now it's something called cdrtools. im not sure if i need it anymore though. i just wanted to know in general for things that arent in the package managers02:14
nickrudandresj: yeah, there's been talk about that diff update for a long time (pre ubuntu), but no action.02:14
ally_oxoooxhey, quick question. How do you clear logs in ubuntu?02:14
nemilarBoden: avoid compiling from source if at all possible, is my recommendation02:15
andresjnickrud: gentoo has it :)02:15
Siph0nnemilar, i have flashplugin-nonfree installed... so Synaptic says anyway....02:15
nickrudandresj: diff's of source is much easier than diffs of binaries02:15
Bodennemilar: i'd rather avoid it too. since it seems to be over my head at the moment. any idea on the sound issue?02:15
zetherooI fresly install Ubuntu Gutsy on a laptop and for some reason the Ubuntu boot up screen with the progress bar never shows up.... its black until I get to the login screen.... why is this?02:15
andresjnickrud: I guess :)02:16
nemilarSiph0n: is flash elsewhere broken?02:16
thechrisanyone know how to force MDADM to re-add a device even though it has some bad blocks?02:16
nickrudzetheroo: try editing /etc/usplash.conf if it isn't your monitor's native resolution (one fix that works for some problems)02:16
Siph0nnope.... i went on lge.com and the flash plays02:16
nemilarzetheroo: that's just a bug, it'll be fixed in the next release of ubuntu02:16
ally_oxoooxhey, quick question. How do you clear logs in ubuntu?02:16
nemilarally_oxooox: you mean the logs in /var/log ?02:16
norvzetheroo: is that the only problem?02:17
iDivine_Umm, I was wondering, How do I add cool affects and features to Ubuntu02:17
ally_oxoooxnemilar i think so. are there any other logs?02:17
tigrannemilar: whens the next release? every 6 months?02:17
Siph0nnemilar, actually yea.... the flash never starts on lge.com02:17
nathan42100 anyone here have America's Army working  (2.5) on ubuntu ?02:17
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norvzetheroo: wait, do you get grub or post messages?02:17
zetheroonickrud: sudo gedit /etc/usplash,conf   ?02:17
thechriswhat package contains mdadm?02:17
nickrudheh, my gutsy was problem free (except for usplash)  zetheroo yes02:17
nemilarally_oxooox: /var/log is where the system logs are kept, but individual user apps might record things to user's home directories, I suppose02:17
ally_oxoooxnemilar like traffic logs, terminal, etc02:17
zetheroonorv: yes...02:17
iDivine_Umm, I was wondering, How do I add cool affects and features to Ubuntu?02:17
meoblast001hello.... im trying to copy the contents of the Ubuntu 7.10 disk onto a flash drive and i get a permissions error, how do i fix this, ive had this problem on Ubuntu and Fedora02:17
nickrudzetheroo: gksudo gedit that is, don't use sudo with gui programs02:17
nemilarally_oxooox: apache logs are kept in /var/log/apache[2] by default02:18
zetheroonickrud: ok02:18
ally_oxoooxnemilar are there any logs that a user should delete for security purposes?02:18
meoblast001iDivine_: install compiz-fusion and compizconfig02:18
nemilarally_oxooox: the system logger will rotate logs automatically so they don't take up too much space02:18
ally_oxoooxoh okay thanks nemilar02:18
iDivine_Umm, I don't think I have enough ram for Compiz fusion.02:18
nemilarally_oxooox: not really... nothing truly sensitive is logged, and anything that's borderline is read-only by root02:18
tigraniDivine_: how much do you have? and video ram02:18
iDivine_I'm not quite sure about video, But I think ram I have around 512?...02:19
iDivine_I've heard I have a bad video card as well..02:19
norvzetheroo: I doubt it's a major problem then02:19
meoblast001Error "Operation not permitted" while copying "/media/Ubu...86/ubuntu".02:19
meoblast001what does that mean?02:19
nemilarmeoblast001: you don't have write permissions to the destination, so either a) the device is mounted read-only, or b) you can try as root02:20
iDivine_I'm not quite sure about video, But I think ram I have around 512?...02:20
nemilariDivine_: the 'free' command will tell you how much ram you have02:20
tigraniDivine_: well I had a 512 RAM and a 32mb gfx card, it worked pretty good, just turn off the fancy stuff02:20
meoblast001nemilar: i tried as root when i was on my fedora machine and it did the same thing02:20
nemilarmeoblast001: what type of media is the destination?  external HDD?02:20
iDivine_Where under free?02:20
meoblast001nemilar: fat16 USB flash drive02:21
nemilariDivine_: on the "Mem:" line, the "total" column02:21
tigraniDivine_: Under free...02:21
iDivine_507516 sound right?02:21
nemilariDivine_: it's measured in Kilobytes02:21
nemilariDivine_: yeah, that's 512MB02:21
nepbabumeoblast001, mount -t -o rw vfat /dev/<fat_device> /mediat/whatever;02:21
meoblast001nemilar: im doing as root on ubuntu and so far its going well02:21
nepbabu!mount | meoblast00102:21
iDivine_Do I have enough for compiz fusion?02:21
ubotumeoblast001: Partitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in !GNOME under !Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For !Edgy and later, see !fstab and !DiskMounter02:21
nathan42100 anyone here have America's Army working  (2.5) on ubuntu ?02:21
zetheroonickrud: ok I changed it to 1280 x 800 from 1280 x 102402:22
nickrudzetheroo: try rebooting, see if the splash screen works now02:22
nepbabuanabelle, hi02:22
nickrudzetheroo: if it doesn't, you can turn off the splash and see the text boot (what I did)02:22
zetheroonickrud: still black02:22
iDivine_Do I, 512 RAM good enough for Compiz - fusion?02:22
nemilariDivine_: compiz puts more strain on your video card and processor than it does your RAM, but 512 is more than enough RAM yeah02:22
zetheroonickrud: and it takes forever to boot02:23
nepbabu!compiz | iDivine_02:23
ubotuiDivine_: Compiz (compositing window manager) and XGL (X server architecture layered on top of OpenGL) - Howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager - help in #compiz-fusion02:23
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about pie - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi02:23
nepbabu!lol | Blizzard-02:24
Blizzard-!lart nepbabu02:24
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about lart nepbabu - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi02:24
ubotuBlizzard-: Please don't use "LOL" and "OMG" and so forth on a regular basis. This is IRC, not IM, and using those lines on their own is not required, and it is rather annoying to the rest of the people in the channel; thanks.02:24
crxyemso what's the benefit of dl the cd vs dvd version of 7.10 ?02:24
Blizzard-I can use as I want.02:24
nickrudzetheroo: then you can do what I did (that fix didn't work for me either) .  sudoedit /boot/grub/menu.lst , look for the line # defoptions , leave only quiet (delete splash) . Save, and run sudo update-grub02:24
nemilarcrxyem: the DVD comes with a lot more packages02:24
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about pi - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi02:24
ubotuSo, you wanted to lure me into saying I don't know anything about anything? Yeah, that would be funny, of course. Now leave me alone.02:24
nickrudzetheroo: it disables the splash, shows the text boot02:24
nemilarnathan42100: stop that02:24
nemilarthank you02:24
theyycallmepostCan anyone help me with configuring rfcomm, I am trying to see bluesnarfer/carwwhisperer in action02:24
iDivine_Umm, How can I tell if I have a good video card for compiz - fusion? + I didn't see how that website helped me [Sorry ;(]...02:24
zetheroonickrud: ok02:25
ubotuCompiz (compositing window manager) and XGL (X server architecture layered on top of OpenGL) - Howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager - help in #compiz-fusion02:25
joelinuxwhen i insert the cd and try to boot linux from it instead of install, wich is the  choice i have to use?02:25
nemilariDivine_: do you know what kind of video card you have?  or how old is your computer?02:25
tigraniDivine_: You need at least 128 (recommended) vram02:25
=== joelinux is now known as ghettoxover
iDivine_My computer is around 2 years old I think. ;D02:25
nathan42100nemilar, do you have any experience with America's army 2.5 on ubuntu 7.10?02:25
nemilarnathan42100: don't play games, sorry02:25
nathan42100I can't login...02:25
meoblast001nemilar: Error "Operation not permitted" while copying "/media/Ubu...sts/stable".02:25
iDivine_Is there a command for me too see my video card specs?02:25
nemilarmeoblast001: as root?02:25
tigraniDivine_: Do lspci | grep VGA02:25
Bodenanyone able to help me get my sound working? i already went through the troubleshooting, and i know my sound card is recognized02:25
meoblast001nemilar: yup02:25
nemilariDivine_: what tigran just said will give you the info02:26
crimsunBoden: ok, so what's the issue?02:26
geniiBoden: Is it some intel High Definition Audio?02:26
zcat[1]Just piakced up a cheap 2nd hand printer - lexmark x1150 .. when I plug it in, nothing happens :(02:26
iDivine_00:02.0 VGA compatible controller: Intel Corporation 82915G/GV/910GL Integrated Graphics Controller (rev 04 )  IS that good? I've heard it02:26
nathan42100oh,question. For AA, it has a hidden config folder in /home/<username>. After unhiding it, I can see it and even delete it but not open it. How does one do that?02:26
nemilarmeoblast001: mount | grep media/Ubu02:26
iDivine_I've heard it's horrible*02:26
ghettoxoverwhen i insert the cd and try to boot linux from it instead of install, wich is the  choice i have to use?02:26
nepbabu!printer | zcat[1]02:26
nemilariDivine_: that's the same thing I've got :D02:26
ubotuzcat[1]: Printing in Ubuntu is done with cups. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Printers - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupportComponentsPrinters - http://linuxprinting.org - Printer sharing: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/NetworkPrintingFromWindows02:26
Bodengenii: it is intel, but i dont think it's hi def02:26
zcat[1]turns out lemark is about the most linux-hostile printer there is...02:26
nemilariDivine_: works fine for compiz right out of the fox02:27
iDivine_Can I run compiz fusion?02:27
nemilarzcat[1]: yeah, that's the truth02:27
nemilariDivine_: haha, box, not fox02:27
brianhiDivine_: it will work02:27
geniiBoden: What does the line from lspci say?02:27
nathan42100nemilar: oh,question. For AA, it has a hidden config folder in /home/<username>. After unhiding it, I can see it and even delete it but not open it. How does one do that?02:27
iDivine_Link please?02:27
nemilarzcat[1]: Lexmark printers are the win-modem equivilant of printers02:27
zcat[1]it works in ;doze.. I might flog it off to a 'doze user02:27
Bodencrimsun: im not able to play any sounds, music, etc02:27
nemilar!compiz | iDivine_02:27
ubotuiDivine_: Compiz (compositing window manager) and XGL (X server architecture layered on top of OpenGL) - Howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager - help in #compiz-fusion02:27
ballzack3I try to use apt-get upgrade, and i get this message: E: Could not get lock /var/lib/apt/lists/lock - open (11 Resource temporarily unavailable, then E: Unable to lock the list directory02:27
nathan42100!compiz fusion02:27
nemilariDivine_: you should be able to just turn on Compiz, and have everything working02:27
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about compiz fusion - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi02:27
crimsunBoden: not able to play or not able to hear them play?02:27
nepbabuzcat[1], on top of that its cartridge "unfriendly"02:27
iDivine_;D, Can you send the link again?02:27
Bodengenii: how do i get that part?02:28
nepbabuzcat[1], bad thing you bought it02:28
Bodencrimsun: not able to hear them.02:28
tigraniDivine_: what version of ubuntu are you running02:28
crimsunBoden: ok, so what's the url from the alsa-info.sh script?02:28
meoblast001nemilar: /dev/scd1 on /media/Ubuntu 7.10 i386 type iso9660 (ro,nosuid,nodev,uid=1000,utf8)02:28
nemilariDivine_: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager02:28
iDivine_The newest version02:28
zelrikriando!compiz | iDivine_02:28
zcat[1]scanner/printer/copier/fax, ten bucks, with a new black cartridge..02:28
ubotuiDivine_: Compiz (compositing window manager) and XGL (X server architecture layered on top of OpenGL) - Howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager - help in #compiz-fusion02:28
Bodencrimsun: what do i type in the console to get that?02:28
iDivine_What compiz- do you prefer?02:28
Cosmocould someone help me?02:28
nemilarmeoblast001: yeah, that's....a CD-ROM02:28
tigraniDivine_: System->Pref->Appereance->Visual Effects02:28
nepbabu!ask | Cosmo02:28
ubotuCosmo: Please don't ask to ask a question, ask the question (all on ONE line, so others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely answer. :-)02:28
zcat[1]so I don't feel too bad about it02:28
cabroni_hi again, is there a virtual piano or keyboard for utuntu, with 49,88 keys?02:29
crimsunBoden: I thought you went through the troubleshooting already.02:29
meoblast001nemilar: yeah.... im trying to copy off that onto a flash drive02:29
zelrikriandoiDivine_: I guess there is just one02:29
Bodencrimsun: i did, but it was the other day. i dont remember what the value was02:29
iDivine_That website is confusing me..02:29
yao_ziyuanis there a performance advantage of linux over windows?02:29
zetheroonickrud: hey I found the real fix for this02:29
schoashanyone knows how to change display brightness on a panasonic cf-r7? tried pcc_acpi which worked on a cf-r3 but now i have no luck02:29
badkittyYeah windows bites02:29
zetherooand it works perfectly02:29
zelrikriandoiDivine_: but you can customize it a little :)02:29
CosmoI need help setting up dual monitors in Ubuntu 7.10 x86_64 and I have the fglrx driver for my ati200m02:29
yao_ziyuani.e. programs compiled from the same source code run faster under linux?02:29
geniiBoden: In a Terminal type in: lspci           then look for a line which says something like Audio Controller or so. Copy and paste it here (jst the 1 line)02:29
crimsunBoden: ok, so grab the script from https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingSoundProblems again, please, and run it.02:30
zetheroonickrud: you there?....02:30
ghettoxoverwhen i insert the cd and try to boot linux from it instead of install, wich is the  choice i have to use?02:30
Bodencrimsun: will do02:30
zelrikriandoiDivine_: you need several packages to run it...maybe that s what is confusing you02:30
iDivine_Can someone invite me to a private chat?02:30
CosmoI need help setting up dual monitors in Ubuntu 7.10 x86_64 and I have the fglrx driver for my ati200m02:30
nickrudzetheroo: still here. got the sound off. What was it?02:30
crimsunBoden: and please hurry.  I need to leave in 5-7 minutes.02:30
Bodencrimsun: sorry. hurrying.02:30
geniiBoden: If it's an Intel HDA type then there is a link provided by ubotu which will help you fix it02:30
nepbabuyao_ziyuan, answer to your question is too broad02:30
zetheroo nickrud: after you edit that file you have to do this in the terminal: sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh usplash02:31
zetheroonickrud: then its fixed02:31
nickrudzetheroo: ah, I'll remember. Thanks02:31
yao_ziyuannepbabu: but native machine code for x86 should be at the same speed right?02:31
Bodengenii: 00:1f.5 Multimedia audio controller: Intel Corporation 82801DB/DBL/DBM (ICH4/ICH4-L/ICH4-M) AC'97 Audio Controller (rev 03)02:31
geniiBoden: It is an HDA one02:32
genii!intelhda | Boden02:32
ubotuBoden: For fixing your Intel HDA sound this page has useful information https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HdaIntelSoundHowto02:32
nepbabuyao_ziyuan, in general yes. but depends a lot on what that native code is trying to achieve. be it linux vs. windows02:32
cyph3xdoes anyon ehave a good step-by-step tut on how to configure a RAID5 array in ubuntu server (gutsy)? i have found a couple but the end result if followed exactly is an error02:32
nepbabuyao_ziyuan, #linux is for you02:32
CosmoI need help setting up dual monitors in Ubuntu 7.10 x86_64 and I have the fglrx driver for my ati200m02:32
CosmoI need help setting up dual monitors in Ubuntu 7.10 x86_64 and I have the fglrx driver for my ati200m02:32
Bodengenii: i'll look02:32
schoashcyph3x: u need software raid?02:32
Bodenubotu: i'll check that02:32
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about i'll check that - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi02:32
zetheroonickrud: no worries02:32
CosmoI need help setting up dual monitors in Ubuntu 7.10 x86_64 and I have the fglrx driver for my ati20002:33
cyph3xschoash yeah i do02:33
schoashanyone knows how to change display brightness on a panasonic cf-r7? tried pcc_acpi which worked on a cf-r3 but now i have no luck02:33
metanil"apt-get install sendmail" is NOT WORKING IN Ubuntu 6.06.1 LTS02:33
zappitelli16Hey Everyone, I have Gutsy with an Intel Wireless 2200BG Card, and am having a ton of trouble trying to set it up. Any Ideas?02:33
nepbabu!xrandr | Cosmo02:33
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about xrandr - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi02:33
nepbabuubotu, die02:33
nickrudzetheroo: was going to update the ubotu database, but's already there, brokenusplash02:33
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about die - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi02:33
magickIf I want to be able to use the mail command in ubuntu.. what software do i need? this isn't a server so I'd need to route emails through my isp's smtp server02:33
schoashhmm just set that up for raid1 last time.. gimme a minute will searcha tutorial02:33
CosmoI need help setting up dual monitors in Ubuntu 7.10 x86_64 and I have the fglrx driver for my ati200m02:33
Bodencrimsun: that one script doesnt seem to work for me. im going to try that site that genii just suggested. thanks for tryin to help m802:33
schoashcyph3x: hmm just set that up for raid1 last time.. gimme a minute will searcha tutorial02:33
CosmoI need help setting up dual monitors in Ubuntu 7.10 x86_64 and I have the fglrx driver for my ati200m02:33
cyph3xmagick if youre going for terminal email use mutt02:33
zetheroonickrud: ha ... ok02:33
CosmoI need help setting up dual monitors in Ubuntu 7.10 x86_64 and I have the fglrx driver for my ati200m02:33
nepbabuyummy mutty!02:33
CosmoI need help setting up dual monitors in Ubuntu 7.10 x86_64 and I have the fglrx driver for my ati200m02:33
CosmoI need help setting up dual monitors in Ubuntu 7.10 x86_64 and I have the fglrx driver for my ati200m02:33
CosmoI need help setting up dual monitors in Ubuntu 7.10 x86_64 and I have the fglrx driver for my ati200m02:33
nepbabu!repeat | Cosmo02:34
ubotuCosmo: Don't feel ignored and repeat your question quickly; if nobody knows your answer, nobody will answer you. You can search https://help.ubuntu.com or http://wiki.ubuntu.com while you wait. Also see !patience02:34
nemilarCosmo: _don't_ do that.02:34
thechrisnice mdadm seems to be working02:34
cyph3xschoash raid 1 is fine actually, i just have 3 750GB HDDs and not two... so i really dont know what i am doing02:34
nemilarCosmo: nobody's going to want to help you02:34
metanilstop cosmo02:34
magickcyph3x, mutt is an email client right? I'm looking to send out emails02:34
ubotuThe people here are volunteers, your attitude should reflect that. Answers are not always available. See http://wiki.ubuntu.com/IrcGuidelines02:34
CosmoI need help setting up dual monitors in Ubuntu 7.10 x86_64 and I have the fglrx driver for my ati200m02:34
cyph3xmagick you can send email with mutt.. ??02:34
geniiCosmo: Yes, we saw your qustion the first 4 times02:35
magickcyph3x, but I want to do it through the command line with mail me@me.com .. can mutt do this?02:35
tarelerulzI am trying that  program called for ipblock . when I run it I get this error Java VM: IcedTea 64-Bit Server VM (1.7.0-b21 mixed mode linux-amd64) any idea what that means02:35
nepbabumagick, yes and it can do pop3 as well.02:35
zappitelli16I'm having trouble configuring my wireless internet, I have an Intel Wireless 2200BG Card Can anyone help? please?02:35
zetherooCosmo: be nice and wait a sec02:35
magickcyph3x, basically I want to embed email commands in my script to notify me when tasks are complete.02:35
compywhen running the update for gusty i get this error when it starts to update OSError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory02:35
magickcyph3x, ok great, i'll look into it. thanks!02:35
cyph3xmagick =)02:35
metanil"apt-get install sendmail" is NOT WORKING IN Ubuntu 6.06.1 LTS.. any help on that??02:36
nepbabucompy, $ info mkdir02:36
nepbabu!info sendmail02:36
ubotusendmail (source: sendmail): powerful, efficient, and scalable Mail Transport Agent. In component universe, is extra. Version 8.14.1-8ubuntu1 (gutsy), package size 196 kB, installed size 248 kB02:36
CosmoAlright I guess no one knows?02:36
compynepbabu, what do i do w/ that command?02:37
nepbabuCosmo, your friend is xrandr02:37
metanilits says "Package sendmail is not available"02:37
JeruvyI thought sendmail was removed02:37
nepbabumetanil, check with packages.ubuntu.com02:38
nepbabucompy, that command creates a directory02:38
Delvienare 3500 ports blocked by default ?02:38
nepbabucompy, $ info mkdir <= type it into the console.02:38
ejjDO LIST02:38
nepbabuDelvien, why?02:38
nepbabuejj, what are you trying to achieve?02:38
compynepbabu, sudo: $: command not found02:39
Delviennepbabu a guy is trying to tell me he can force an attack into my computer with 3500 ports02:39
metanilya i could find it.. and have already download *.deb package.. but  it should be available using apt-get .. isn't it?02:39
zappitelli16I'm runny Gutsy and need help configuring my wireless internet with an intel wireless 2200BG Card can someone help?02:39
nepbabuDelvien, ok02:39
nepbabucompy, no need for sudo02:39
IndyGunFreakmetanil: what are you looking for?02:39
compynepbabu, or bash: $: command not found02:39
Delviennepbabu you know?02:39
IndyGunFreak!wireless | zappitelli1602:39
ubotuzappitelli16: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:39
nepbabuDelvien, nope.02:39
nepbabucompy, $ info mkdir02:40
norvcompy: you're typing the $?02:40
shazow_in my recent aptitude upgrade of kubuntu, my internet stopped working... when i do ifconfig, no ip is acquired, anyone have any idea what might be wrong?02:40
zappitelli16I've spent hours looking through stuff online, and to no avail,02:40
metanilIndyGunFreak, "apt-get install sendmail" is NOT WORKING IN Ubuntu 6.06.1 LTS. and says "package not found"02:40
compyyeah am i supposeto?02:40
norvcompy: don't type $, it's just a sigil that means type it at a shell02:40
CosmoHelp with xrandr?02:40
IndyGunFreakmetanil: hmm, well, dapper is pretty old.02:40
compyaww haha thanks02:40
zappitelli16I have downloaded the drivers from source forge but am having a really hard time installing them02:40
nepbabushazow_, $ sudo ifconfig eth0 <== assigns static IP02:40
NW2190Hey, does anyone know of a  good dock for gnome?02:40
IndyGunFreakmetanil: any particular reason you're still using dapper?02:40
do0zman|laptopHello people care if i ask a few questions?02:41
nepbabuCosmo, $ sudo apt-cache search xrandr02:41
ubotuPlease don't ask to ask a question, ask the question (all on ONE line, so others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely answer. :-)02:41
metanilIndyGunFreak, dunno .. it already exist in our system.. we cannot get rid of it.. its kind of politics.. dunnno specific reason02:41
cyph3xif i wanted to execute a command to be executed locally through ssh... how would i do it?02:41
shazow_nepbabu: when i try to ping now, it says Network is unreachable02:41
shazow_(I'm on the same router with a laptop, works fine)02:41
nepbabushazow_, no idea man.02:41
IndyGunFreakmetanil: oh ok, well, you might be able to download the .deb from getdeb.net ... not sure though02:41
do0zman|laptopoops... I get a black screen when trying to load live cd02:41
Cosmowhat do i do after?02:42
nepbabucyph3x, ssh a.b.c.d somecommand;02:42
compyin xfce do you guys know how to delete icons that show up in my applications button?02:42
cua0which package enables mouse support in the console?02:42
nepbabucua0, gpm02:42
cua0nepbabu: thank you02:42
IndyGunFreakdidn't knwo there was a way to have mouse support in console, interestin02:43
cyph3xnepbabu: thanks02:43
geniiIndyGunFreak: I often use Links with gpm to have textmode browsing with mouse02:43
metanilIndyGunFreak, is there any way to download all the dependencies in single package?02:44
IndyGunFreakgenii: makes sense, like i said, i just iddn't knwo it was p;ossible.02:44
FenyxGood evening.02:44
zappitelli16Is there something I can do to get the device manager to show up under administration?02:44
IndyGunFreakmetanil: not that i know of..,02:44
zetheroohow is it that I cannot get Virtual Box to load?.... there is something about Users and priviledges02:44
Cosmonepababu:Could you please explain how to install xrandr02:44
IndyGunFreakmetanil: if you had a version in the repositories, you could sudo apt-get build-dep sendmail02:44
nepbabumetanil, $ sudo apt-get install xrandr;02:44
cua0IndyGunFreak: yeah, every other dist i've used usually has gpm installed by default, memorizing package names is not my strong suit haha02:45
cyph3xschoash sorry mate, i have to get going if you find something, and it isnt too much trouble would you email me? cyph3x@gmail.com02:45
metanilnepbabu, xrandr??02:45
schoashcyph3x: ok02:45
nepbabumetanil, ?02:45
damnweirdohey people, can anyone tell me how to run unbuntu w/o installing on a computer? LIVECD?02:45
Cosmonepbabu: after install now what?02:46
timandtomCan you guys help me figure out a good linux distro for a bit of an older computer? The only things it really needs is wireless networking support, Firefox, and Wine needs to work. And a GUI. It's to get my brothers old computer working, he basically just does flash games...02:46
LjLdamnweirdo: yes, live cd02:46
FenyxI've installed a Promise SATA 300 TX2Plus but using the harddrives for any period of time causes the entire computer to freeze up. Anyone have any troubleshooting ideas?02:46
nepbabumetanil, sorry that's for Cosmo02:46
metanilnepbabu, why do i need to install xrandr02:46
metanilmetanil, oh thats ok02:46
nepbabuCosmo, now $ man xrandr02:46
metanilnepbabu, oh thats ok02:46
damnweirdoLJL, I downloaded it the iso. what do I do now?02:46
LjLdamnweirdo: burn it, and boot.02:46
zappitelli16I need help installing the drivers for my wireless card. I have the files, but don't know how to untar, or unpack or install them (Ima newbie)02:46
damnweirdogot it. THX02:47
Cosmonepabubu:ok now what02:47
nepbabuzappitelli16, tar -xvf somefile.tar.gz; ./configure && make && make install; sudo modprobe <thatdriver>02:47
nepbabuCosmo, read it02:47
CosmoI have02:47
nepbabuCosmo, apply it02:48
CosmoI don't understand it though02:48
zappitelli16nepbabu I tried that earlier and it didn't work. I read somewhere that iwp2200 comes packaged with Gutsy, is that true? How do I install?02:48
Cosmonepbabu:how to i apply it?02:48
nepbabuCosmo no idea. uh..02:48
anka-arhi, i'm need an user with diferent locale that es-ar UTF-8 to reply a bug in gcalctool02:48
nepbabuzappitelli16, dunno. should be. try $ modprobe ipw220002:49
Delvienare 3500 ports blocked by default ?02:49
FenyxUbuntu is freezing when I access the harddrives on a SATA controller. Anyone have an idea why?02:49
timandtomOr could anyone point me in the direction of somewhere that could help me find the right distro?02:49
zappitelli16nepbabu nothing happened02:50
nepbabuzappitelli16, dmesg | grep ipw220002:50
Z3R0C0o1noob question how do i unpack a tar.gz?02:50
nepbabutinman, www.distrowatch.com02:50
Ussr1943Ubuntu won't load from an external hdd installation, could anyone help?02:50
zappitelli16nepbabu now what?02:51
compytimandtom, http://distrowatch.com/02:51
timandtomcompy: Thanks02:51
compyooops sorry ^^ didnt see that02:51
Cosmonepbabu:any idea where to look for assistance?02:51
norvZ3R0C0o1: tar xzvf file.tar.gz02:51
tinmannepbabu: hmm?02:51
Z3R0C0o1thanks norv02:51
anka-ari'm need an user with diferent locale that es-ar UTF-8 to reply a bug in gcalctool02:51
compytimandtom, are you a beginner or what?02:51
nepbabu!dualscreen | Cosmo02:51
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dualscreen - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi02:51
nepbabu!info xrandr | Cosmo02:51
ubotucosmo: xrandr (source: xrandr): X Rotation, Reflection and Resize utility. In component main, is optional. Version 1:1.2.2-0ubuntu1 (gutsy), package size 23 kB, installed size 84 kB02:51
ballzack3es-ar = argentina?02:51
anka-aryes ballzack302:51
nepbabuubotu, die!02:51
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about die! - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi02:51
compytimandtom, i woudl recommend gentoo if you know what your doing, i use ubuntu because i dont know too much02:51
ballzack3don't cry for me, argentina!02:52
anka-aryes, do you have gnome?02:52
nepbabuCosmo, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=58194702:52
timandtomcompy: Pretty much. I've used Ubuntu for a coupla months, but thats all02:52
anka-arto reply the bug?02:52
ballzack3i do02:52
anka-arthanks god02:52
nepbabu!wifi | zappitelli1602:52
ubotuzappitelli16: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:52
compytimandtom, nice what are you looking to use linux for...d esktop?02:52
compyif you want it for desktop, gentoo may not be the best choice, but still will work02:53
timandtomcompy: I've been managing pretty good so far, I just need to get a distro for my little brothers computer. Windows got borked, and I don't have the install CDs or the keys, so I need something that has a GUI, works with Firefox and Wine, and works for a bit older computers02:53
timandtomcompy: Desktop02:53
anka-arplease, start gcalctool, set the view to "Show Thousands Separator" an put 1000000 and tell me whats show you gcalctool02:54
jimmygoonCan I change the font rendering for JUST ONE font02:54
IndyGunFreaktimandtom: well, Ubuntu is about as easy as it gets....02:54
ogredoes anyone know anything about vmware player on gutsy? I noticed its not in the repos02:54
norvactually Gentoo is more for desktops, not servers02:54
nepbabu!virtualization | ogre02:54
ubotuogre: There are several solutions for running other operating systems (or their programs) inside Ubuntu, while using the native CPU as much as possible: !QEmu (with !KQemu), !VirtualBox, !VMWare, as well as !WINE and !Cedega for Windows applications02:54
IndyGunFreakgentoo is just complex, so it would turn of a young person, or an extreme newbie.02:54
cua0ogre: did you add the unsupported repos?02:54
zappitelli16(08:52:44 PM) nepbabu: !wifi | zappitelli1602:55
adam_Hello!  Is there a nice FTP server available for xubuntu?  Preferably with a GUI?02:55
zappitelli16says event not found02:55
timandtomIndyGunFreak: Yeh, bit it does take a bit more resources to run then some of the other distros I've heard about. Problem is, I don't really remember any of the other distros I saw :P02:55
nepbabuzappitelli16, yes. look into that.02:55
ballzack3anka-ar: i see no thousands separator!02:55
IndyGunFreaktimandtom: how old a pc are we talking here?02:55
anka-arctrl+k ballzack302:55
ogrecua0:  no i did not. let me look02:55
zappitelli16nepbabu says event not found02:55
nepbabu!wifi | zappitelli1602:56
ubotuzappitelli16: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:56
ubotuFTP clients: !Nautilus, !gFTP (for !GNOME) - !Konqueror, !Kasablanca, !KFTPGrabber (for !KDE) - See also !FTPd02:56
anka-arto show the thousands separator02:56
do0zman|laptopi have a 320gb hdd 3 partitions 2 of which are the same size i need the info on one and the other is empty the install is not showing used space hw can i find out which is which?02:56
timandtomIndyGunFreak: Uh, 96mb RAM, AMD(i think) 450mhz processor, 8gb hard drive. All it's ever used for is flash games02:56
ubotuFTP servers: ftpd, proftpd, pure-ftpd, twoftpd, vsftpd, MuddleFTPd, wzdftpd - Graphical front-ends: PureAdmin, GProftpd (for GNOME), KcmPureftpd (for !KDE) - See also !FTP02:56
cua0ogre: i don't think i've ever seen vmware in any repos though, since its commercial, you prolly have to grab it off their site.02:56
IndyGunFreaktimandtom: yeah, its gonna be really tough to find a distro to work on that...02:56
ballzack3anka-ar: using the drop down menu and using ctrl-k does the same thing, but no thousands separator appears either way02:56
iDivine_Which Version or kind of ubuntu do I have?02:56
IndyGunFreaktimandtom: you're gonna have to looka t the small distros, Damn Small Linux, Puppy, Vector, etc.02:56
IndyGunFreakiDivine_: what do you mean?02:57
iDivine_Do I have fiesty?02:57
ballzack3gcalctool 5.20.102:57
zetheroocan someone help me get this working? ....  http://freshmeat.net/projects/ootts/02:57
IndyGunFreakiDivine_: open a terminal, and type "lsb_release -a"  no quotes02:57
anka-arand locale?02:57
mzuverinktimandtom, what about dsl?02:57
timandtomIndyGunFreak: Ah, ok. DSL would probably work? I've used that for like, 10 minutes once, it seemed decent enough.02:57
iDivine_Now what?02:57
ogrecua0:  they have vmware server i noticed02:57
anka-arthanks ballzack302:58
ballzack3anka-ar: it should show commas for me...02:58
IndyGunFreaktimandtom: its not bad, don't know how newb friendly it is.02:58
ballzack3what does it show for you?02:58
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timandtommzuverink: I don't know anything about any distro other then Ubuntu, thats why I'm asking :P02:58
iDivine_now what*02:58
IndyGunFreakiDivine_: hit enter?02:58
iDivine_it just shows '>_' ....02:58
anka-arfor 1,000,000.5 show me: 1,000.000.502:58
nepbabutimandtom, try debian02:58
mzuverinkgoogle damn small linux02:58
IndyGunFreakiDivine_: then you entered it wrong...02:58
iDivine_oh I see.02:58
mzuverinktimandtom, google damn small linux02:58
timandtomIndyGunFreak: Meh, I remember Firefox worked in it, hopefully Wine would to. Firefox is all that REALLY needs to work.02:58
cua0ogre: that should be all you need02:59
nepbabu!debian | timandtom02:59
ubotutimandtom: Ubuntu and Debian are closely related. Ubuntu builds on the foundations of Debian architecture and infrastructure, with a different community and release process. See http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/relationship - Remember, !repositories meant for Debian should NOT be used on Ubuntu!02:59
IndyGunFreaktimandtom: yeah, i'm pretty sure it comes *out of the box* with firefox, not sure on wine.02:59
timandtomnepbabu: Would that or Damn Small Linux probably work better for an older computer though?02:59
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nepbabutimandtom, puppy linux02:59
pvl1hey, i was trying to update ubuntu, it said it needed to do that in parts bc it was updating the kernel, but my computer crashed in the middle of it, and now i cant really get anything to run02:59
IndyGunFreaki donn't think debian would install on a box that slow.02:59
IndyGunFreakproc is fine, ram/hard drive space is lacking.02:59
mzuverinktimandtom, vecter linux is a good choice for old hw03:00
nepbabu!os war03:00
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about os war - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi03:00
nepbabuubotu, die03:00
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about die - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi03:00
anka-aranyone want to try to reply the gcalctool bug?03:00
ogrecua0:  I get errors everytime i try to run a vm. i suppose its not a vmware specific problem because virtualbox gives me errors as well. it says something about incorrect kernal or something03:00
nepbabuanka-ar, #ubuntu-devel and #gnome03:00
IndyGunFreaktimandtom: if you want to look at distros for the type of pc youre looking at, I'd suggest DSL, Vector, Puppy...03:01
zappitelli16I tried to bring up my wireless interface by entering: sudo ifup <ath0> and terminal says syntax error near unexpected token `newline'03:01
iDivine_Can someone invite me to private chat, someone official to help me get compiz fusion?03:01
ballzack3anka-ar: you mean to report it? or to repeat it?03:01
nepbabuzappitelli16, remove "<" and ">"03:01
anka-aryes, is reported to launchpad03:01
iDivine_ Can someone invite me to private chat, someone official to help me get compiz fusion?03:01
IndyGunFreakiDivine_: compiz help is in #compiz-fuzion03:01
anka-arthanks everyone03:02
anka-arand bye from argentina03:02
vbabiy_laptopHey is there any way I can fix this so i can install vmware-server http://pastebin.com/m1f887dc803:02
IndyGunFreakiDivine_: correction, #compiz-fusioin03:02
ballzack3que te vaya bien03:02
cua0ogre: weird. no idea. i've only run vmware from windows to boot *nix and it barely works in that aspect.03:02
sp0roNot sure how much of this is going to get sent, so please tell me where it ends. Hi, I am trying to install xorg on VMware v6.0.2 Workstation with a Guest OS of Ubuntu Server 7.10. My problem is that after installation and configuration of xorg, I get an error when of "No input driver matching 'vmmouse'" and then sends me back to the CLI TTY. My problem is as follows, VMware is saying it's Ubuntu's lack of support of VMware and Ubuntu i03:02
timandtomnepbabu, mzuverink, and IndyGunFreak: Thanks guys. Do any of the three(Vector, Puppy, DSL) have a much bigger community? Makes it that much easier when I bork it :)03:02
nepbabutimandtom, yes. they are targetted for old boxes03:03
IndyGunFreaktimandtom: Linuxquestions.org has subforums for all 3 of them, check them out.03:03
zappitelli16It says ignoring unknown interface ath0=ath003:03
iDivine_No one is in the channel  #compiz-fusioin03:03
ogrecua0:  yeah im going to set up leopard/vista VMs. something for everybody ya know03:03
IndyGunFreakiDivine_: maybe if you type it right it will help03:03
iDivine_I did03:03
nebulONwhere's djmario?03:03
iDivine_I copied and pasted03:03
IndyGunFreakiDivine_: well i just went there, and there's a 186 people there03:04
nepbabuvbabiy_laptop, choose "yes"03:04
Ussr1943anyone have any expirience dealing with loading an ubuntu installation from a USB drive?03:04
iDivine_ #compiz-fusioin?03:04
vbabiy_laptopNephyrin: it does it all by its self03:04
IndyGunFreakiDivine_: again, #compiz-fusion03:04
zappitelli16nebabu is there a better channel I should go to?03:04
norvUssr1943: only installing from03:04
IndyGunFreakpay attention03:04
vbabiy_laptopNephyrin: i am using the deb package03:04
nepbabuzappitelli16, no this one should be fine. i don't know how #wireless is. try it n see.03:05
nepbabuzappitelli16, try ##linux as well.03:05
timandtomnepbabu and IndyGunFreak: Ah, k, thanks guys :) Sorry for all the questions, but a few extra minutes here saves me an hour or two of downloading and burning later :P03:05
Ussr1943I've installed it successfully onto my external, and my bios supports booting from usb, however I'm woundering if there is an issue with have grub on the usb?03:05
zappitelli16with the # signs?03:05
nepbabutinman, personally i'd go for puppy03:05
nepbabuzappitelli16, use them03:05
IndyGunFreakUssr1943: you actually installed it to an external drive?03:05
Ussr1943yes i did03:06
IndyGunFreakUssr1943: hm, in my experience, the slow speed of usb ports causes a bottleneck doing that, hopefully you get it to work03:06
zappitelli16nothing happened just started a new line with name@laptop03:06
jack-desktophow can we modify a gtk theme03:06
tinmannepbabu: Me? what did i do?03:06
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tinmanI am planning on compiling debian03:06
nepbabutinman, :)03:06
do0zmangparted will not run off live cd sits and loads how do i just wait?03:07
Ussr1943basicly all i did was unplug my ide cables to prevent writing over my internal, then i booted up live then installed onto my external usb. yes it is USB 2.0 so it should be fairly fast03:07
IndyGunFreakUssr1943: whatever you say.. but i've found otherwise.03:07
Ussr1943but the only way to know is to boot it up, and currently my computer keeps telling me to insert a boot disk, when it should be able to read right off the USB03:07
Bodenthanks for the help, i'll catch you guys later03:08
IndyGunFreakwhats it saying when you boot the USB disk?03:08
IndyGunFreakthat you need to insert a boot disk?03:08
Ussr1943"Please insert boot cd and press enter"03:08
IndyGunFreakno clue on that onem.03:08
nepbabuUssr1943, what is this you are trying to install? 7.10?03:09
Ussr1943yeah 7.10 onto my external hdd03:09
jimmygoonUssr1943, first, BIOS settings for CMOS boot up03:09
IndyGunFreakUssr1943: why don't you jsut partition the internal hard drive, and install it normally, use the external drive to backup dataon your drive.03:09
nepbabuUssr1943, http://www.pendrivelinux.com/2007/09/28/usb-ubuntu-710-gutsy-gibbon-install/03:09
jimmygoonand secondly, either feisty/gutsy had a problem with usb bots03:09
zappitelli16nepbabu niether of those did anything.03:10
nepbabuzappitelli16, again what device is it? wlan0?03:10
Ussr1943I don't have a repair CD or an xp install cd so if anything goes wrong on my internal I'm outta luck. I still have to use my internal for somethings03:10
zappitelli16intel wireless 2200BF03:10
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nepbabuzappitelli16, nope the interface03:11
nepbabuzappitelli16, eth0?03:11
jimmygoonUssr1943, did you enable USB booting in your BIOS?03:11
Ussr1943yes i did03:11
zappitelli16eth0 when I type in iwconfig says no wireless extensions03:11
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nepbabuzappitelli16, its probably eth103:11
jack-desktophow can i modify a gtk theme, like just change the colors of a certain thing03:11
Ussr1943I have 3 diff options USB-FDD, USB-CDROM, USB-ZIP. I've tried all of them, allthough i believe FDD is what i want03:11
zappitelli16eth 1 says unassociated ESSID: "126 Miracle" which is the wireless network I'm trying to connect to.03:12
badkittysomeone official?03:12
nepbabuzappitelli16, $ sudo iwconfig eth1 essid "your ssid"03:12
Ussr1943now maybe there is a step i missed? I basicly just unhooked my internal, booted live, installed straight to my external, restarted changed bios, restarted and then i get the "please insert boot disk" message03:12
Frogzoo_after upgrading to gutsy, I can't mount /usr - the boot says the /dev/sda2 is already mounted or /usr busy03:12
nepbabuzappitelli16, $ sudo iwconfig eth1 essid "126 Miracle"03:12
fireman2333333Anyone here intrested in and writing an article and getting admin privledges in a wiki?03:13
IndyGunFreakbadkitty: there isnt anyone "official".. its a community support channel.03:13
nepbabu!sudo | fireman233333303:13
ubotufireman2333333: sudo is a command to run programs with superuser privileges ("root"). Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo for more information.03:13
zappitelli16didn't do anything just gave the line user@laptop03:13
nepbabufireman2333333, ?03:13
simpswhere would i find the libcurl directory?03:14
IndyGunFreakfireman2333333: what do you need root priv's for?03:14
zappitelli16could this be a driver problem?03:14
badkittyIndyGunFreak: SOrry I was responding to something that someone else said a while a ago... scroll issues hehe03:14
fireman2333333what no.03:14
IndyGunFreakbadkitty: np.. :)03:14
nepbabuzappitelli16, what happened when you iwconfig'ed ?03:14
IndyGunFreakbadkitty: done it several times myself actually03:14
fireman2333333I mean i made a wiki and need some info on linux systems to do it.03:15
fireman2333333here is my wiki03:15
nepbabu!topic | fireman233333303:15
ubotufireman2333333: Please read the channel topic whenever you enter, as it contains important information. To view it at any time after joining, simply type /topic03:15
zappitelli16sudo iwconfig eth1 essid "126 Miracle" just gave the line zappitelli@zappitelli:~$03:15
_Leppyhey, when you try watching a movie and it says no stream available, how do I fix it?03:15
do0zmanon a fresh install what shoudl teh mount point be put in as03:15
nepbabuzappitelli16, now do $ sudo iwconfig and paste the output to pastebin03:16
nepbabu!pastebin | zappitelli1603:16
ubotuzappitelli16: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)03:16
Ussr1943no i don't want a live/persistant install on a usb. I want a straight up 7.10 install onto the USB03:16
geniido0zman:  /03:16
do0zmanthats it ?03:16
geniido0zman:  Yes03:16
do0zmanThank you!03:16
prey_aloneusing ubuntu 7.10 server edition. which apt package includes "killall"?03:16
geniido0zman:  np03:16
_Leppyhey, when you try watching a movie and it says no stream available, how do I fix it?03:17
Danielle_pl{Q}, why is my CPU running at 99% when something is being installed?03:17
do0zmanis a 2gb swap suffcient for 2gb RAM?03:17
ObsidianXhey folks, i can't seem to get kbluetooth to find my receiver anymore... it worked when i first plugged it in03:17
ObsidianXbut it doesn't anymore03:17
zappitelli16nepbabu should I type !pastebin | zappitelli16 into terminal?03:17
badkittydo0zmanz sufficient if not too much03:17
IndyGunFreakdo0zman:  how much hard drive space do you have03:17
geniido0zman: Yes, that should do.03:17
crxyemdo0zman I have a 768MB swap for 2Gb ram03:17
nepbabuprey_alone, psmisc03:18
vbabiy_laptop_hey nepbabu any idea how i can install vmware03:18
crxyemand it never seems to get used03:18
nepbabu!vmware | vbabiy_laptop03:18
ubotuvbabiy_laptop: VMWare Player is in Ubuntu's !Multiverse repository (package "vmware-player", not available for Gutsy, only Feisty and Edgy), and http://www.easyvmx.com/easyvmx.shtml can create VMs for it. Instructions can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VMware - See also !virtualizers03:18
nepbabuzappitelli16, nope.03:18
badkittycrxyem: Isn't the swap supposed to be something like 1/2 the amt of RAM u have?03:18
nepbabuzappitelli16, paste the output of the command "iwconfig" into the pastebin03:18
nepbabu!pastebin > zappitelli1603:18
prey_alonenepbabu: thanks03:18
do0zmanso what would be the recommended amount of swap for 2gb ram?03:19
nepbabudo0zman, swap = 2 * physical mem03:19
geniibadkitty: For hibernate you need ram size03:19
ahornerAm I supposed to use restricted drivers for my ati radeon x1550 pro03:19
ahornerwith a 1440x900 res monitor03:19
IndyGunFreakdo0zman:  probably 2-3gigs would be more than enough03:19
do0zmanthat would be 4gb03:19
do0zmani was just told 2gb is to much03:19
zappitelli16nepbabu how do I paste into pastebin from the terminal?03:20
IndyGunFreakdo0zman:  how much space do you plan on givign to ubuntu?03:20
ahorneri have 4gb ram :-p03:20
Danielle_pl{Q}, why is my CPU running at 99% when something is being installed?, also is envy safe to use?03:20
do0zmanstill learning03:20
nepbabuzappitelli16, select with mouse, copy, then paste into your browser03:20
geniiDanielle_pl: envy is not recommended and not supported here if it causes you grief03:20
ahornerm I supposed to use restricted drivers for my ati radeon x1550 pro03:20
IndyGunFreakdo0zman:  ok, so give 12gigs to your instlal, 3gig swap, that shoudl be plenty03:21
do0zmanThank you03:21
zappitelli16okay I pasted sorry this is such a hassle.03:21
IndyGunFreakzappitelli16: nothing easy is worth doing03:21
ahornerneed help with graphics question_compiz..03:22
Danielle_plgenii: its not causing me grief but i want to know if it will install my nvidia drivers w/o crashing my computer03:22
zappitelli16thanks indyguyfreak :)03:22
nepbabu!compiz | ahorner03:22
ubotuahorner: Compiz (compositing window manager) and XGL (X server architecture layered on top of OpenGL) - Howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager - help in #compiz-fusion03:22
geniiDanielle_pl: Theres no answer to that obviously which can be given.03:22
BIOSboileris anyone in hear a system administrator for a server 2003 box?03:22
damnweirdosay LJL, I tried booting from the cd, but it won't. My ibm laptop only goes to window XP boot. even though I changed boot device in the bios.03:23
ahornerwell yeah.. but i need to know if i should use the restricted drivers for my x1550 pro and what i should do to get compiz working03:23
ahornerand what to do to get the right resolution03:23
nepbabu!mbr | damnweirdo03:23
ubotudamnweirdo: grub is the default Ubuntu boot manager. Lost grub after installing windows: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RecoveringUbuntuAfterInstallingWindows - Making GRUB floppies & other GRUB howtos: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GrubHowto03:23
geniiDanielle_pl: "use at your own risk" etc03:23
Celeshow do I get colour on my video codec because it only plays in black and white :(???03:23
zappitelli16nepbabu do I need to do anything with the post correction section?03:23
nepbabuzappitelli16, just paste it as it is.03:23
damnweirdothx nepbabu03:24
ahornerplz just tell me if i should use restricted drivers for my vid card or not03:24
nepbabu!restricted | ahorner03:24
ubotuahorner: For multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats03:24
zappitelli16okay I pasted it, let me know if it works.03:24
nepbabuzappitelli16, link03:24
zachalink"you are not priviledged to eject "WoW DVD"... wtf.. immediate fix plz03:25
zetheroofor some reason when I try to install Windows XP Pro in VBox the computer just powers off... this has happened twice now03:25
ahornera simple yes/no will suffice03:25
_Leppy!kubuntu_docs proglem03:25
nepbabuzachalink, sudo eject03:25
ahornerzetheroo: cpu overheating?03:25
_Leppyahorner, just chill and someone will help you.03:25
ahornerlol ok but its not a hard questino03:25
_Leppythey did give you a site to check out too03:25
zetherooahorner: the fan has been going non-stop03:25
zappitelli16is that what you wanted?03:25
ahornerwhich fan...03:25
zetherooahorner: why would the cpu overheat with Ubuntu and not with Windows?03:26
nepbabuzappitelli16, looks good. :) now do $ sudo dhclient eth103:26
revilodraw#FFFFFF is white, what is transparent?03:26
ahornerzetheroo: idk but its happened to me before..03:26
schweppszetheroo, broken power management in linux?03:26
ahornerrevilodraw: # lo03:26
Shuggleshould I be worried about de-fragmenting my hard drive when using ubuntu?03:26
revilodrawahorner; thanks!03:26
schweppsShuggle, no03:26
zetherooschwepps: so does this mean no Ubuntu for me?03:26
IndyGunFreakShuggle: no03:26
ahornerrevilodraw: err... i was being sarcastic03:27
IndyGunFreak!defrag | Shuggle03:27
ubotuShuggle: The default Ubuntu filesystem (ext3) is engineered to avoid fragmentation issues in most cases, see http://linkpot.net/behead/ for a simple example on how it achieves this. A package "defrag" is available in !Universe, however its use is not safe, and is generally not needed.03:27
schweppszetheroo, how get power management working03:27
zappitelli16should I paste again?03:27
revilodrawahorner; not very funny... do u actaully know or not?03:27
nepbabuzappitelli16, nope.03:27
zachalinkbtw, why didn't it normally let me eject? was it because I changed the mounting?03:27
Frogzoo_hmmm - looks like I can get /usr to mount by disabling the fsck check in /etc/fstab - not really ideal, but it's something03:27
zetherooschwepps: you asking me?03:27
nepbabuzappitelli16, do $ sudo dhclient eth103:27
ahornerrevilodraw: umm depends.. what are you trying to make transparent03:27
schweppszetheroo, i meant "how about"03:27
schweppszetheroo, are you on a laptop?03:27
zetherooschwepps: yes03:27
revilodrawahorner; a clock widget in gdesklets03:27
schweppszetheroo, which one?03:28
zappitelli16nepbabu http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/55053/plain/03:28
ahornerrevilodraw: there is no hex code, you have to just make it match the background03:28
zetherooschwepps: toshiba sat03:28
revilodrawahorner; ok thanks03:28
vbabiy_laptop_why would my laptop network cards start at eth103:28
iDivine_Compiz people aren't helping me ;(03:28
nepbabuzappitelli16, do you have wireless modem/router ?03:28
vbabiy_laptop_not eth003:28
schweppszetheroo, :-/ i've had terrible experiences with satellites03:28
schweppszetheroo, let me get you a link03:29
zappitelli16yes router03:29
schweppszetheroo, http://forums.gentoo.org/viewtopic.php?t=12214503:29
ahornergah,... i hate my internet... 30kBs...03:29
ahornershould be 100kBs, 768kbs03:29
ahornerbut nooooo...03:29
schweppsmy cousin in japan gets like 45mb down03:30
midgetnatHello guys.. :) I'm having some issues trying to connect to my smtp server. I can do it locally but I cannot do it remotely. I verified the IPTABLES and the remote computer has access to it. What could be happening?03:30
psycholvlani love my internet d/l at 1.2mb easy03:30
ahornerschwepps: i hate you >.<03:30
cclampblueshello all.03:30
zetherooschwepps: your kidding me right!?.... I mean thats WAY too much work......03:30
vbabiy_laptop_shouldn't all computer network cards start at eth003:30
schweppsschwepps, don't hate me, hate my cousin.03:30
ahornerstupid cousin..03:30
schweppszetheroo, acpi/powermanagement on toshiba is waay broken03:31
_Leppysubprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 103:31
_Leppycan anyone help me with this03:31
_Leppysubprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 103:31
pvl1alsa nor my internet start03:31
schweppsi know a guy in london with a 100mb cable to his house :-O03:31
ahornerschwepps: thats like t3 fiber03:31
geniivbabiy_laptop_: Yes, eth0 normally. But if you recently changed cards, the old one has a remnant in the udev settings by mac address and the new one becomes eth1 even if eth0 no longer exists03:32
zappitelli16any other ideas nepbabu?03:32
ahornerbrb gotta restart03:32
nepbabuzappitelli16, yes. your key is wrong afaik03:32
cclampbluesi have a question about the flash plugin for  firefox... i have installed it through add/remove programs and it is not being recgonized by firefox. it says i still need to install a plugin. so i click the link and it says the plugin is already installed and to restart firefox. i close firefox (with x button) aand restart... but i get the same message about installin the plugin. i am running xubuntu gusty...03:32
cclampbluesplease advise...03:32
vbabiy_laptop_genii: how can I reset this back to eth003:32
zappitelli16what does that mean?03:33
midgetnatHello guys.. :) I'm having some issues trying to connect to my smtp server. I can do it locally but I cannot do it remotely. I verified the IPTABLES and the remote computer has access to it. What could be happening?03:33
tgm4883_laptopso it just occured to me (im sitting at the airport), but how do I disable my wireless adapter for the airplane?03:33
geniivbabiy_laptop_: 1 moment I'll find the file to edit03:33
schweppscclampblues, the way i usually do it is download flash manually, unzip it, and drag the files to .mozilla/firefox/plugins03:33
tgm4883_laptopwould just unchecking "Enable Wireless" do it?03:33
cclampbluesschwepps: the tar.gz file?03:33
Starnestommytgm4883_laptop: ifdown wlan0?03:33
schweppscclampblues, yea, the tar.gz from adobe03:34
_Leppysince no one wants to do any sort of order... subprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 103:34
tgm4883_laptopStarnestommy, will that disable it though?03:34
zappitelli16how should I fix it?03:34
_Leppycan someone help me with this03:34
vbabiy_laptop_thanks genii03:34
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Starnestommytgm4883_laptop: It should, but you may also need to shut down wmaster003:34
tgm4883_laptopok, sec03:34
cclampbluesschwepps: ok. just drag and drop huh... ill give it a shot. thanks!03:34
tgm4883_laptopStarnestommy, actually, it looks like i only have lo, eth0 and eth103:35
schweppscclampblues, yea, the only file you should need is libflashplayer.so or something03:35
tgm4883_laptopit's a intel wireless card03:35
geniivbabiy_laptop_: The old remnants are in /etc/udev/rules.d/70-persistent-net.rules03:35
peter_hi guys - how can i publish html/php files to apache, i.e. /var/www - have no access as user, only root access.03:35
schweppscclampblues, of course this assumes the firefox you use is 32 bits03:35
Starnestommytgm4883_laptop: the wireless is probably eth1 if you also have an ethernet port03:35
tgm4883_laptopStarnestommy, yea it is03:35
_Leppycan someone help me with this03:36
pvl1is there a awy to restore ubuntu?03:36
_Leppysubprocess post-installation script returned error exit status 103:36
tgm4883_laptopso probably just ifdown eth0 then right?03:36
nepbabuzappitelli16, your wifi router uses wep/wpa?03:36
tgm4883_laptopStarnestommy, is there a similar way to disable bluetooth too?03:36
IndyGunFreakpvl1: restore ubuntu?03:36
geniivbabiy_laptop_: You can safely delete all entries in that file, they will be recreated next boot anyhow03:36
pvl1IndyGunFreak, yea like undo all changes within the last few days03:36
IndyGunFreakpvl1: oh, no i don't think so.03:36
vbabiy_laptopgenii: should i just wipe the file03:36
nepbabuzappitelli16, you need to get the correct key. putting in the essid only won't get you an IP address03:36
tinin_Leppy describe more your problem03:37
geniivbabiy_laptop: No03:37
Starnestommytgm4883_laptop: I don't know how to do it for bluetooth, but there most likely is a way to do it03:37
pvl1IndyGunFreak, oh thanks03:37
nepbabu!wpa | zappitelli1603:37
ubotuzappitelli16: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs03:37
zappitelli16okay how do I do that?03:37
tgm4883_laptopi'll just try disableing that from the bios and see what happens03:37
midgetnatHello guys.. :) I'm having some issues trying to connect to my smtp server. I can do it locally but I cannot do it remotely. I verified the IPTABLES and the remote computer has access to it. What could be happening?03:37
_LeppyI keep getting this problem, I think it has to do with kubuntu docs and not being able to over write it03:37
_Leppythe folder03:37
vbabiy_laptopgenii: the 1st and 3rd are the same right http://pastebin.com/m5a4b9fae03:37
nepbabuzappitelli16, there's a section called "WPAHowTo". read it03:37
_LeppyI try to update/upgrade anything and I get that along with problems with dpkg03:37
zappitelli16okay thanks03:38
BIOSboilerhi guys\03:38
damnweirdohey everyone,03:38
geniivbabiy_laptop: Reading03:38
nepbabuhi damnweirdo03:38
_Leppywhen I try to sudo apt-get install -f it comes back with the same problem03:38
damnweirdoIs there anyway I can run ubuntu w/o having to install it on my windows xp laptop?03:38
vbabiy_laptopgenii: nvm 2 different macs03:38
midgetnatdamnweirdo:  A LIVE CD03:38
tinin_Leppy try this in a terminal: sudo dpkg-reconfigure -a03:38
nepbabu!livecd | damnweirdo03:38
ubotudamnweirdo: The Ubuntu Desktop CD is a "LiveCD" which can be run without altering existing files on your harddrive. Especially useful for testing your hardware's compatibility, it also includes an install option.03:38
damnweirdoI have that, I think. I downloaded it, and burned it.03:38
midgetnatthen start your computer with that cd in03:39
nepbabudamnweirdo, good. now set to boot from cd and boot if off the cd03:39
geniivbabiy_laptop: Yup. I had this problem on an Intel Yukon adapet it wanted to randomly make itself a new mac for some reason.03:39
midgetnatdamnweirdo: go to your bios and set it up to boot from the cd03:39
midgetnatHello guys.. :) I'm having some issues trying to connect to my smtp server. I can do it locally but I cannot do it remotely. I verified the IPTABLES and the remote computer has access to it. What could be happening?03:39
damnweirdonep, that's what I've been trying to do. ... it always goes to the windows xp boot03:39
geniivbabiy_laptop: In this case you can change eth1 to read eth0   then just wipe the other03:39
TangentBuntuhow can I view the whole desktop for ubuntu remotely?03:39
vbabiy_laptoplet me try03:40
_Leppyok.. I'll let you know what it does after it's done.03:40
nepbabudamnweirdo, then you haven't fixed your boot sequence in the bios03:40
midgetnatTnagentbuntu: VNC03:40
_Leppyin the meantime, ty so much tinnin, I've been waiting for 4 days to get some sort of help.03:40
TangentBuntuI see03:40
TangentBuntuI guess Iĺl just not do it then03:40
damnweirdoi'll look again...03:40
nepbabu!vnc | TangentBuntu03:40
ubotuTangentBuntu: VNC is a protocol for remote desktop. https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VNCOverSSH describes how to use it securely.  It works best over fast connections, otherwise look at !FreeNX03:40
vbabiy_laptopgenii: do i need to restart03:40
aldaekwhat is a light weight (network) remote desktop?03:41
vbabiy_laptopgenii: or can i run a command03:41
geniivbabiy_laptop: Since it's to do with udev, that is best, yes03:41
midgetnathello.. i realy need some assistance here... i canot connect to my smtp server03:41
vbabiy_laptopgenii:  ok thanks03:41
midgetnatchecked the iptables and it has access to the remote computer03:41
midgetnatit is running masqmail03:41
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about masqmail - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi03:42
pvl1can some one help me, ive messed up an update and now alsa, aptget, network manager and few others arent working correctly03:42
hk2999hey, what'the better text editor, emacs or vi?03:42
nepbabuhk2999, both suck. use gedit03:43
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brueniggedit is a joke03:43
midgetnathk299: nano03:43
NW2190ya vi03:43
hk2999nepbabu: but i like using the terminal03:43
midgetnathk2999: nano03:43
nepbabuhk2999, ed03:43
Starnestommyhk2999: vim03:43
vbabiy_laptopthanks genii that worked great03:43
hk2999cool, i'll go on learning and using vi then... ^^03:44
pilgrim_Guys, the flash update breaks flash03:44
pilgrim_or the browser plug in03:44
midgetnathello.. i need help with smtp pleaseeee03:44
hk2999nano is a joke03:44
midgetnatanyways... who can assist me with the smtp?03:44
jimmygoonhm, my fonts look great in terminal/gvim but they look strange in xchat03:44
midgetnati can connect locally but cannot do it remotely03:44
midgetnatchecked the iptables and everything is fine03:45
midgetnatthe remote computer has access to it03:45
badkittyhk2999: Hey nothing wrong with nano03:45
nepbabumidgetnat, poke a hole in your fw03:45
Starnestommymidgetnat: it could be your ISP blocking it03:45
geniivbabiy_laptop: You're welcome03:45
midgetnatbut it is on the same network03:45
nepbabumidgetnat, so?03:45
jimmygoonHow could I backup my current font configuration? I'm particularly smitten with it03:46
midgetnatnepbabu: called my isp and they were not blocking it03:46
nepbabumidgetnat, do you use a router? i'd double check that one as well03:47
midgetnatyup.. and the router is set to accept all connections to that machine03:47
vbabiy_laptopgenii: do you know why vmware creates so many network alias03:47
nepbabumidgetnat, try telnet'ing to that machine03:48
nepbabumidgetnat, on that particular port03:48
midgetnatnepbabu: maybe something could be happening there... checked the inetd.conf and it has some lines about sendmail and exim and i have masqmail03:48
geniivbabiy_laptop: No, i don't use it03:48
vbabiy_laptopgenii: thanks03:48
cclampblueswhat directory is firefox stored in in xubuntu?03:48
nepbabumidgetnat, no idea03:48
eko_hermiyantoHow I can read UDF cd in Ubuntu?03:48
midgetnatnepbabu: yup it says it cannot connect to it... when i restart the daemon, it says something about several smtps... but they are removed... apt-get removed them before03:49
eko_hermiyantoI have searched through google but found no solution03:49
Starnestommycclampblues: the program itself or the user config settings?03:49
geniicclampblues: Why not ask in #xubuntu ?03:49
nepbabueko_hermiyanto, iso9660 is the option your after03:49
nepbabucclampblues, /usr/lib/firefox03:49
cclampbluesspecifically the plugin folder? how can i search in thunar?03:49
eko_hermiyantonepbabu, yes, but, unfortunately our art department created the cd in this format03:49
nepbabueko_hermiyanto, i said use that option03:49
cclampbluesalso... what is a .so file?03:50
eko_hermiyantonepbabu, in mount?03:50
nepbabucclampblues, it's a library03:50
Starnestommycclampblues: .so files are shared libraries03:50
nepbabu!mounting | eko_hermiyanto03:50
ubotueko_hermiyanto: Partitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in !GNOME under !Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For !Edgy and later, see !fstab and !DiskMounter03:50
cclampbluesok would that be the file i need to drag into the plugin folder to make flash work in firfox?03:51
djtanseyhaving an evolution problem. two errors: Error while Opening folder mbox:/home/user/.evolution/mail/local#Inbox. and Cannot get folder `Inbox': Value too large for defined data type03:51
papuccino1Hey guys. Just wanted to ask a simple question.03:51
nepbabu!flash | cclampblues03:51
ubotucclampblues: To install Flash see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/Flash (for !Dapper and !Edgy, a recent version is available in !backports) - See also !Restricted and !Gnash03:51
papuccino1Is the splash screen the login part of ubuntu or the part AFTER you login?03:51
cclampbluesthanks nepbabu. but ive been there and done that. ive followed the directiions. installed the flash plugin. and it doesnt work. i was told i can drag and drop the uncompressed file in firefox's plugin folder.... would that be the .so filee?03:52
papuccino1Woops, got disconnected could someone answer me again.03:52
IndyGunFreakpapuccino1: splash, i believe, is the screen after you sign in03:52
papuccino1Thanks for the answer Indy.03:53
Starnestommypapuccino1: it's both the login screen and the screen before the login screen pops up03:53
nepbabucclampblues, copy over libflashplayer.so and flashplayer.xpt to your ~/.mozilla/plugins03:53
papuccino1Thanks for the answers.03:53
IndyGunFreaknepbabu: cclampblues why not just runt he install script, it will do it for you03:53
BIOSboiler has anyone tried "mepis"?03:53
IndyGunFreakBIOSboiler: yes, its ok.03:53
do0zmani installed video driver that i was prompted to after install and no i have no visual after ubuntu slider03:54
fismoll8anyone know of a decent nintendo ds emulator for ubuntu03:54
simpLSIMoNhas anyone seen a sata port timeout issue during boot - more spec. does anyone know of a fix or a workaround?03:54
do0zmanany way to fix that03:54
DoubleDewanyone know why my usb wireless network adapter all of a sudden will not be recognized?  I had to do nothing to get it to work orignally.  Any suggestions?  is there a way to create a network adapter?03:54
zappitelli17okay nepbabu I tried everything that the WPAHowTo said, and I still can't connect.03:54
BIOSboilerhey Indy do u like ubuntu better?03:55
IndyGunFreakBIOSboiler: much.03:55
cclampbluesand after i have installed the plugin my mouse freezes. i have to restart now . what the hell is that?03:55
BIOSboilerjust u like Gnome better than kde03:55
damnweirdoI think I didn't properly burn the iso for my LIVE CD.03:55
tinin_Leppy I hope it works, if not just try to follow the eeror msg fro synaptic apt-get or aptitude03:55
IndyGunFreakBIOSboiler: to many reasons to list.. but gnome over kde is one... yes03:55
nepbabuzappitelli17, in that case i can't help you.03:55
BIOSboilerthis dude at work told me that GNOME was for Newbies03:55
damnweirdowhen I look at the CD, I only see one iso image file on the cd.03:55
Noogensimp: i think it's adding irqpoll to boot option or something to do with turning on raid in the bios03:55
zappitelli17do you know where I can get help?03:55
nepbabuBIOSboiler, no it's not.03:55
IndyGunFreakBIOSboiler: that dude is an idiot, Gnome/Kubuntu/Xfce they all do the same thing, they just look different while doing it.03:56
nepbabuBIOSboiler, use it yourself first n see it first hand.03:56
BIOSboileri have03:56
jimmygoonBIOSboiler, I would agree with others, that person was an idiot03:56
BIOSboileri like gnome03:56
jimmygoonBIOSboiler, though KDE is often cited as being more for powerusers or people that want easy access to tweak everything03:56
NW2190Can anyone help me mount a file off of another linux computer?03:56
nepbabuBIOSboiler, so if you like it. then why listen to some wannabies?03:57
damnweirdocan anyone tell me if there's a special way of burning iso image file to a bootable cd?03:57
jimmygoonNW2190, "mount" a file?03:57
BIOSboilerits j8ust all the hard core linux guys i know laugh at me when i told them i like gnome they said it was for Newbies only03:57
jimmygoonNW2190, what do you mean?03:57
Invisible_UbuntiTrying to change my usplash Grub Splash screen but for some reason its not working.  I did use the Gnome GUI Splash screen manager and now I'm unable to change it anymore by replacing the file that is located in /usr/lib/usplash anymore any idea's on what to do?03:57
IndyGunFreakdamnweirdo: 1.. burn it slow, but google "How to burn an ISO" the first link is really good.03:57
Flanneldamnweirdo: just make sure you burn the image, not the file itself.  If you see an iso file on the CD, its wrong03:57
NW2190I mean a directory off of a computer on my local network03:57
jimmygoonBIOSboiler, "hardcore" linux guys? Sounds like fluxbox/kde/etc fanbois...03:57
DVS01NW2190: depends on the os of the other pc. what os is it?03:57
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nepbabuBIOSboiler, it's the first point contact for most linux users. so they might think it's for newbies03:57
jimmygoonNW2190, nautilus has built in support for a lot of that sort of thing03:57
damnweirdoflannel, that what I thought. THX03:57
BIOSboilerjimmy they like Freebds03:57
NW2190DVS01: Slackware03:57
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jimmygoonPlace->Connect to Server, etc03:57
NW2190Well is there something I could add to my /etc/fstab?03:58
jimmygoonBIOSboiler, hm, well, thats different than linux but meh, w/e. As far as I'm concerned I'm a hardcore GNOME user and happy with that03:58
nepbabuBIOSboiler, i've used minix in the past. does that make me uber?03:58
Invisible_UbuntiBIOSboiler, its all personal choice there is no GUI that is for newbies only03:58
jimmygoonNW2190, you could look at FUSE/FUSEFS to see if it will mount networked transparently... I'm not sure it will :/03:58
zappitelli17how do I look up what my wireless card's interface is?03:58
brandon__i cannot in stall my linksys wireless adapter03:58
jimmygoon!fuse | NW219003:59
ubotuNW2190: FUSE (Filesystem in Userspace) is a !kernel driver that allows non-root users to create their own filesystems. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Filesystem_in_Userspace for more on FUSE.  Some examples of filesystems that use FUSE are !ntfs-3g, sshfs and isofs. A full list of Filesystems that use FUSE is here:  http://fuse.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/FileSystems03:59
DVS01NW2190: easiest way imo is sshfs. get sshfs, and you can then connect via ssh to another system and mount its filesystem to yours03:59
brandon__can some one help me03:59
papuccino1Hey guys, Quick question: What could I use to make an NFO and a SFV file in Ubuntu.03:59
DVS01NW2190: that or look up nfs. you can also use samba, but thats typically for windows integration03:59
nepbabu!ask | Brandon_03:59
ubotuBrandon_: Please don't ask to ask a question, ask the question (all on ONE line, so others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely answer. :-)03:59
nepbabu!ask | brandon__03:59
ubotubrandon__: Please don't ask to ask a question, ask the question (all on ONE line, so others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely answer. :-)03:59
geniicclampblues: /usr/lib/firefox/plugins/03:59
NW2190DVS01: K thanks I'll try to look at that03:59
Invisible_Ubuntipapuccino1, NFO is a txt file renamed to NFO for people that use "Warez" while NFO is a windows file containing system information03:59
brandon__lol k03:59
DVS01sshfs is FUSE based, so you can mount as a regular user, without having to be root03:59
DVS01NW2190: example.. mkdir ~/otherpc ; sshfs user@someotherpc.net:/path/to/somewhere ~/otherpc04:00
Invisible_Ubuntipapuccino1, SFV if I remember right is a file checksum for people that download a RAR/TAR/ZIP file so look at your corresponding zip/rar program04:00
papuccino1I see. Thanks for the NFO information. So I just write in a simple text editor, rename the extension ".nfo" and it would be an NFO file? Correct?04:00
brandon__Hey is there any one who now how to make the desktop cube transparent?04:00
DVS01brandon__, run ccsm, it will let you configure compiz04:01
papuccino1Thanks Invisible.04:01
papuccino1One more question. How do I make a SFV file in Linux?04:01
BIOSboilerhey jimmy how long have u been a linux user?04:01
Invisible_UbuntiAnyone got a spare sec to help me fix my grub splash that I borked up :P04:01
brandon__DVS01_, I am new at ubuntu can u be more specific?04:01
citmi am having trouble with my wireless.. i had it setup manually but it stopped working after i turned my computer off at the end of the day and on the next day.. so i am using roaming now, it connects to my router, but I cannot get to any websites04:01
Invisible_Ubuntipapuccino1, SFV if I remember right is a file checksum for people that download a RAR/TAR/ZIP file so look at your corresponding zip/rar program04:01
citmany ideas04:01
DVS01brandon__: system|preferences|advanced desktop effects settings04:02
TKingdomInvisible_Ubunti, describe it real quick and someone might be able to help04:02
Invisible_Ubunticitm, load your wireless network search tool, unless you have it load at startup you have to reconnect everytime04:02
DVS01brandon__: if that doenst exist, you may have to install it thru synaptic package manager04:02
zappitelli17how do I get Device Manager to come up in Gutsy under <System --> Administration?04:02
Invisible_UbuntiTKingdom, I did but I'll repeat :)04:02
Invisible_UbuntiTrying to change my usplash Grub Splash screen but for some reason its not working.  I did use the Gnome GUI Splash screen manager and now I'm unable to change it anymore by replacing the file that is located in /usr/lib/usplash anymore any idea's on what to do?04:02
TKingdomIt happens :)04:02
citmnetwork manager seems to load at startup and connect to the network automatically04:02
papuccino1Yes, I know it's for file verification purposes. In windows, I would select all the RAR's (I would divide a big file into small rar files) and then rightclick selecting create SFV file in the shell menu.04:03
papuccino1A different program did that process. Not WinRar.04:03
Invisible_Ubunticitm, I know on my laptop I use Kubuntu and I had to manually startup the wireless app to connect it wouldn't do it on startup04:03
heartsbloodif I want to search for something from console what's the most effect tool to do that?04:03
brandon__ya i got that stuff but cant rilly find it04:03
nepbabuheartsblood, find04:04
citmthanks Invisible_Ubunti. Seems to startup automatically in gnome - i'd install kubuntu, which i want to, but i cnat get on the net on it.04:04
Invisible_Ubuntipapuccino1, it depends on what program your using to make the rar as to how to make the SVF file is what I'm hinting at.. if you are making RAR's then consult the --help menu of the rar consolde command04:04
moe_any of u dudes can help me out with this it's me first time useing linux i want to use Beryl so i can download a dock like the one i had in mac04:04
geniiheartsblood: find or locate        but you might want to do sudo updatedb             first04:04
TKingdomInvisible_Ubunti: Is the Gnome GUI Splash called gnome-splashscreen-manager?04:04
papuccino1Brandon: download Gnome Compiz Manager. You can edit everything from a simple window. No need for code. Just search for: "Gnome Compiz Manager".04:04
Jonathan83locate works too04:04
Invisible_Ubunticitm, what card?04:04
BIOSboilerwhat is the difference between free bsd and ubuntu?04:04
nepbabuInvisible_Ubunti, what's wrong with https://help.ubuntu.com/community/USplash?04:04
citmbe an intel.. the driver is let me check.. ilw496504:04
putnumanybody know if there is a way to run vmware server in the background?04:05
Invisible_UbuntiTKingdom, yes, I started out by manually replacing the file in /usr/lib/usplash then I read somewhere to use the GUI and then that stopped switching and its stuck on one splash I don't want04:05
TKingdomSame exact thing happened to me yesterday04:05
heartsbloodnepbabu: there's a much more efficient command but I just can't remember the name of it04:05
eko_hermiyantoif I have edit /etc/fstab, then how to activate my newly edited filesystem in ubuntu?04:05
zhi want to chinese channel,but i donot known how to do04:05
Invisible_Ubuntinepbabu, thats the problem that isn't working04:05
TKingdomAll you need is USplash installed and Start-Up Manager04:05
BIOSboilerputnum search for virtualbox.org04:05
geniiBIOSboiler: freeBSD is of Unix origin, Ubuntu is of Linux origin. Linux is a unix-like operating system.04:05
nepbabuheartsblood, find / -name "foo" -type f04:05
BIOSboilerwhat the difference?04:06
putnumbio: i don't want vbox04:06
mahmoud_BIOSboiler: Ubuntu uses Linux kernel .. FreeBSD has its own kernel (different)04:06
crdlb!ccsm | brandon__04:06
ubotubrandon__: To enable advanced customization of desktop effects in Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy), install 'compizconfig-settings-manager'. A new option will appear in your appearance properties - See also !compiz - Help in #compiz-fusion04:06
Starnestommyzh: type /join #ubuntu cn04:06
putnumi prefer vmware04:06
heartsbloodnepbabu: there's something better04:06
Starnestommyzh: er, /join #ubuntu-cn04:06
schweppsputnum, "in the background"?04:06
nepbabuheartsblood, ok04:06
eko_hermiyantoBIOSboiler, the different is Windows is Windows and ReactOS is only an operating system which created to act like Windows(that's same with Unix and Linux)04:06
putnumwell i mean not see the gui04:06
geniiBIOSboiler: Much. The core code is not the same. Also BSD retains much in the way of traditional unix filesystem structures04:06
Invisible_Ubuntinepbabu, I got this Fingerprint Splash one and its messed up the part that moves to show progress is all messed up so I went to change it and used the GUI manager now the GUI won't change it and neither will command line04:06
putnumlike have it run as a process04:06
^Elfboyhi anyone here know ubuntu server04:06
schweppsall programs run as processes04:06
mahmoud_^Elfboy ?04:07
nepbabuInvisible_Ubunti, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/USplashCustomizationHowto04:07
zhoh thanks04:07
putnumi don't want to see the vmware window i guess is what i am trying to say04:07
Jewsus_How come when I delete files they do not show up in my Trash?04:07
mahmoud_!server | ^Elfboy04:07
ubotu^Elfboy: Ubuntu Server Edition is a release of Ubuntu designed especially for server environments, including a server-specific !kernel and no !GUI. The install CD contains many server applications. Current !LTS version is 6.06. For more info see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ServerFaq/ - The #ubuntu-server channel provides specific support04:07
papuccino1Ok, downloaded the rar program from the Add/Remove menu. What's the program called, can't find it in the menus nor can I launch it in the alt+f2 process.04:07
Invisible_Ubuntinepbabu, did all that :)04:07
geniiBIOSboiler: Binaries for one will not work on the other. Although bsd has a linux binary compatability feature, last i saw it supported kernel 2.4 binaries.04:08
schweppsputnum, either use screen, '&' at the prompt, run it in the initscripts, etc04:08
Dimitreehow can i update my repositorys ? I have enabled all kinds of repositorys except source but when i search for Xchat it only finds 1 result oposed to the two results i got before reinstalling ubuntu ?04:08
nepbabuInvisible_Ubunti, then i have no help for you.04:08
schweppsdozens of different solutions04:08
brandon__k thx guys04:08
TKingdomInvisible_Ubunti:  I  had the same symptoms, I got tired of looking how to get it back to normal but I just ended up reinstalling04:08
Noogenputnum: if you start a virtual machine then it is run in the background until you stop it or shutdown04:08
Invisible_Ubuntinepbabu, added vga=791 to the menu.lst file replaced the file in /usr/lib/usplash and recreated the link04:08
BIOSboilerdoes anyone in hear like freebsd?04:08
papuccino1Ok, downloaded the rar program from the Add/Remove menu. What's the program called, can't find it in the menus nor can I launch it in the alt+f2 process.04:08
cclampbluesok. so here goes again. I am trying to install flash plugin for firefox. i have attempted to do it through firefox and it always failed. i installed it through the add/remove programs option. i start firefox and  it says i still need to install the plugin. only now if i click the link to do so in firefox it says that it is already installed. i have the tar.gz uncompressed on my desktop ---dragging and dropping as was suggested to me doe04:08
nepbabuInvisible_Ubunti, try vga=ask and set the lowest one after scan04:08
Noogenputnum: or you can set it up to start individual vm in the startup script04:08
Invisible_Ubuntinepbabu, thanks anyways.. think its just being a bit weird right now :)04:08
StarnestommyBIOSboiler: I've used it in vm's before04:09
bruenigpapuccino1, are you talking about unrar?04:09
schweppsBIOSboiler, sure. i also like long walks on the beach and champagne04:09
putnumok and does anybody know if vbox works seamlessly like vmware does? And how many concurrent sessions does it allow ?04:09
TKingdomInstall compiz-fusion and see if that takes it back to normal.04:09
putnumi know vmware only allows 304:09
mahmoud_Jewsus_: in Linux if you delete a file, its deleted .. the "delete" button is a move to trash not delete.04:09
do0zmani istalled the driver i was prompted to by the system and now i hav no visual04:09
Noogenputnum: what do you mean 3?04:09
do0zmanwhat do i do to bring it back?04:09
Starnestommydo0zman: try disablibng usplash04:09
papuccino1The program just says "Rar"04:10
Noogeni run vmware server and i don't see a limit04:10
Invisible_UbuntiTKingdom, might have to do that. Think one of the settings are messed up in the profile of mine to hold it to the splash screen it is now just don't know where else to look04:10
yurimxpxmanI just deleted /dev/null. is there any way to get it back?04:10
schweppsyurimxpxman, probably best to reboot04:10
do0zmanhow would i do that i booted into recovery mode04:10
papuccino1Rar: Compression Uncompression tool. That's all it says.04:10
putnumvmware (from what i have read) only allows you to have 3 concurrent rdp sessions open at a time04:10
karlNYyurimxpxman: man /dev/null --- shows you commands to restore /dev/null at the bottom of the manpage.04:10
putnumnoogen: really?04:10
bruenigpapuccino1, ok so that is probably unrar04:10
Noogenyeah, what kind of limit are you talking about?04:10
schweppsdo0zman, by visual, you mean X11?04:10
Jewsus_mahmoud_ if I specifically choose "Move to Trash" it still does not show up in the trash04:10
yurimxpxmankarlNY: cool. Thanks04:10
karlNYyurimxpxman: hang on I lied04:11
schweppsdo0zman, you could edit /etc/X11/xorg.conf and use the vesa driver, for example04:11
zcat[1]sudo mknod c 1 3 /dev/null   or something like that?04:11
BIOSboilerschwepps what does that mean?04:11
karlNYyurimxpxman: if that doesn't show it, try    man /dev/zero04:11
mahmoud_Jewsus_ : is that a NTFS partition?04:11
do0zmanif i use the regular boot(not recovery) i get a blank screen04:11
putnumso you can open notepad,photoshop,itunes and ie all at the sametime?   and are you running them seamlessly or in the vm console04:11
NW2190hey, if a fairly old computer randomly shutsdown (regardless of distro) is the problem likely with the power supply?04:11
bruenig!info rar04:11
uboturar (source: rar): Archiver for .rar files. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 1:3.7b1-2 (gutsy), package size 494 kB, installed size 1012 kB (Only available for i386 amd64)04:11
Noogenputnum: yep04:11
bruenig!info unrar04:11
ubotuunrar (source: unrar-nonfree): Unarchiver for .rar files (non-free version). In component multiverse, is optional. Version 1:3.7.3-1.1 (gutsy), package size 94 kB, installed size 232 kB04:11
putnumusing seamlessrdp i assume?04:11
yurimxpxmankarlNY: I don't have those man pages04:11
karlNYyurimxpxman: if that doesn't show it, try    man zero04:11
karlNY    ---->    mknod -m 666 /dev/null  c 1 304:11
karlNY=) cool?04:12
Noogenputnum: i use seamless remote desktop desktop04:12
Starnestommyman null04:12
cclampbluesyeah ok thanks04:12
putnumnoogen: awsome can you share what guide you used?04:12
Jewsus_mahmoud_ I don't know, how can I find out if it's ntfs?04:12
TKingdomNW2190: Does the computer start up like normal?04:12
Invisible_Ubuntipapuccino1, by doing "rar --help" it says type sfx[name]     Create SFX archive04:12
schweppsJewsus_, cfdisk?04:12
NW2190TKingdom: ya pretty much. and the intervals are really random04:13
schweppsbut down write anything for the love of god04:13
Noogenputnum: it just work, though the session is your os limitation04:13
Frogzoo_really odd - removing evms solved my /usr refusing to mount04:13
decayjust installed ubuntu. howcome when it books, X doesnt start, and when i type startx, i go in as root?04:13
Invisible_Ubuntiso do rar and at the end of the command put sfx *filename*04:13
geniiyurimxpxman: Your answer is in #kubuntu04:13
Jewsus_schwepps, cfdisk says "Fatal error: Cannot open disk drive"04:13
schweppsJewsus_, sudo04:13
NW2190TKingdom: sometimes it will stay on for hours and other times it won't last 10 minutes04:13
Noogenputnum: there was an xp sp1 update that remove this limit in xp04:13
Noogenbut all i need is one session04:13
papuccino1Invisible, where do I type this "rar --help" command?04:13
Starnestommydecay: try sudo invoke-rc.d gdm start instead04:13
Jewsus_ok ty04:13
Invisible_Ubuntidecay, sounds like your xserver is having driver issues or you didn' create a normal user?04:13
TKingdomNW2190: Well, if everything else on the motherboard works fine then you might try swapping the PSU, just to make sure.04:13
papuccino1say again?04:14
papuccino1i got disconnected04:14
Jewsus_mahmoud_, I think it's ntfs04:14
putnumok where can i get the patch04:14
Invisible_Ubuntiin console04:14
decayStarnestommy: thanks.  Invisible_Ubunti : i don't know about drivers. but i did have to use noapic to boot.04:14
putnumi have xp sp204:14
ubotuThe linux terminal or command-line interface is very powerful. Open a terminal via Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal (Gnome) or K-menu -> System -> Konsole (KDE).  Guide: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UsingTheTerminal04:14
Noogenputnum: why don't you have your start menu open?04:14
mahmoud_Jewsus_ : show hidden files .. you will probably find it in .trash-username04:14
Noogeni have mine auto-hide04:14
Noogeni mean the xp taskbar04:14
putnumbecause i don't want that04:14
putnumhow much memory do you have?04:15
NW2190TKingdom: Ya, sometimes after it randomly shutsdown  the monitor doesn't display anything on startup and I have to wait a while for it to work. Could that be related to a PSU problem?04:15
putnumi only have 204:15
Jonathan83NW2190  yes it could be04:15
schweppsi have 512 lol04:15
putnumi am gonna try and set it up so i can run it over ssh04:16
karlNYHey guys  --  where do I forage to RTFM about customizing VPN tunnels so only one application (or port) is connected via tun0, and all others go through a normal eth0 public connection?04:16
schweppsi've never had more than 512 on a linux box04:16
karlNYbesides google. tried that. still trying that. =)04:16
Noogeni installed the patch so that I can have two session.  one account is setup to have no desktop so i can use seamlessrdp, the other i connect through vmware terminal to do windows maintenance stuff04:16
Jewsus_mahmoud_ I can find the .trash folder which has what it is supposed to, but why doesn't clicking the trash icon bring up that folder?04:16
NW2190Jonathan83: Ok, ya then I'll just have to swap it out and see if it works. Thanks04:16
decayInvisible_Ubunti: that worked. will i have to type this everytime?04:16
putnumnow thats cool RDP over ssh04:16
Invisible_Ubuntidecay, no04:17
su-hoens`rZI just managed to install gcc-2.95 and g++-2.95, however when i tried to compile my program i got undefined reference to "cerr". Why are standard things not being found to be linked to?04:17
decayInvisible_Ubunti: but i just gave me a pop up. "Internal Error. failed to initialize HAL"04:17
Jonathan83yeah I heard about that but never tried it )RDP ssh)04:17
decaywhat is HAL04:17
Invisible_Ubuntidecay, This is a fresh install?04:17
decayyes just now04:17
putnumseems awsome04:17
geniidecay: Hardware Abstraction Layer04:18
Invisible_Ubuntidecay, if I remember Hardware Application Layer04:18
* yurimxpxman unlinks /dev/mem..04:18
decaygenii: oh04:18
TKingdomHas anyone here menually installed ATI video drivers?04:18
decaythis is strange because i had a fresh install last week and this didn't happen04:18
Invisible_Ubuntidecay, its a way to detect your hardware and configure it04:18
yurimxpxmanTKingdom: yes04:18
pvl1TKingdom, yea04:18
putnumbe able to access your pc anywhere that has a internet connection04:18
pvl1TKingdom, dont recommend it04:18
geniibattery dying, no cord. Later04:18
Invisible_UbuntiTKingdom, there a pain and is frustrating try the repo 1st04:18
TKingdomThat's what I was afraid of, I was going to back up my system first.04:18
mahmoud_Jewsus_ : https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gnome-vfs2/+bug/10662104:18
mahmoud_!bug 106621 | Jewsus_04:19
TKingdomI have a Radeon Xpress 200, crappy onboard video card. All the 3D games I've installed seem to lag04:19
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putnumso whats the eayest method to get wpa wireless setup under ubuntu?04:19
squish102could someone suggest an easily configured email server. zimbra/scalix possibly?04:19
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schweppsthere's no such thing as an easily configured email server04:20
TKingdompvl1: Do you have to uncheck the Use option in the Restricted Drivers Manager for the current card?04:20
Invisible_UbuntiTKingdom, Yea try the repo then do it, it saves a backup so any problems just restore your backup to orginal not very hard04:20
waterzhow can i configure ubuntu so that everytime i start the command login prompt will appear.04:20
Blue_SassleyCan someone remind what the program is for iPods?04:20
schweppsemail was invented to cause sysadmins pain and discomfort :-)04:20
putnumor is wep alot easyer to setup?04:20
schweppsdon't use wep, ever04:20
chris062689I can't wait to get my Eee :)04:21
TKingdomInvisible_Ubunti:  The package manager makes a backup/04:21
chris062689Should arrive tomorrow.04:21
chris062689Anyone else have a Eee?04:21
mahmoud_!bug 106621 | Jewsus_04:21
pvl1TKingdom, no, i think i compiled, set it to use it, and reset, but i had so many problems with it picking up the correct driver. what card are you using?04:21
norvchris062689: me, it's not as amazing as they look of course04:21
putnumwell i can set my ssid not to broadcast04:21
TKingdomRadeon Xpress 20004:21
putnumand it should be fine04:21
chris062689Well.. All I'm going to be using it for is college anyway, so it should be all good04:21
chris062689Do you have any huge problems with it?  Are you using the Xandros OS?04:21
Noogenone of the infamous card04:21
norvchris062689: well, if they expect you to use fancy document formats get ready for pain04:21
putnumschwepps how do you get wpa setup?04:22
Noogenbut then no worries, many people ran into the problem of your card and have overcame it04:22
chris062689What.. do you mean norv?04:22
norvchris062689: or have to type a alot on the thing04:22
karlNYHmmmm  --  where do I forage to RTFM about customizing VPN tunnels so only one application (or port) is connected via tun0, and all others go through a normal eth0 public connection?04:22
karlNYbesides google. tried that. still trying that. =)04:22
Invisible_UbuntiTKingdom, when it installs it backsup to a old config file so if it fails rename the new to old and old to new :)04:22
Noogeni think the regular vesa driver should work or even radeonhd04:22
TKingdomI ran Return to Castle Wolfenstein on low settings (online), and it was pretty choppy04:22
fxdhow do I add a new irc server into my irc client?04:22
chris062689norv: I don't think the typing thing will be a huge deal for me, I kind of have small fingers.04:22
TKingdomInvisible_Ubunti: Ahh, thanks for the tip04:22
chris062689And think I can adjust to the keyboard.04:22
yannick_join #ubuntu-qc04:23
tinmanfxd: depend on client04:23
cclampblueshello what dooes the message cpu freq changed mean. i keep seeing it as i shutdown or restart?04:23
Invisible_Ubuntibrb going ot try something!!04:23
norvchris062689: worry if they want you to use Microsoft software, I had a physics course where I had to turn everything in in the new Office formats04:23
chris062689norv: I still think I'm really going to enjoy it :)  I'm probably going to get EeeXubuntu on it.04:23
TKingdomi heard someone say a good system restore program04:23
TKingdomcant recall what it was04:23
chris062689norv: OpenOffice doesn't support 07 yet?04:23
putnumdoes anybody know how to get wpa wireless setup?04:24
pvl1TKingdom, i recommend for you to use envy. i have a radeon 2600, got compiz to run and stuff, but no games. although xp runs em fine. although i did screw up my ubuntu, which i plan on fixing sometime next week. so im not sure on anythint right now04:24
norvchris062689: let me check again, don't recall04:24
mahmoud_chris062689: on Ubuntu it does support 07 but not for everything04:24
norvchris062689: otoh if you can enter formulas in TeX and such it's nice, because text editors don't use much proc/ram04:26
musikgoatchris062689: I could not import office 07 files in OOo 2.3,  i think that is slated for 3.004:27
mahmoud_misikgoat: under ubuntu ?04:28
norvunder OpenOffice, ubuntu just packages04:28
mahmoud_norv : ubuntu OOo packages are based on novell OOo which has the ooxml imports04:28
norvmahmoud_: oh, so it's like another 'distribution' of OOo?04:29
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mahmoud_norv: yes .. AFAIK most linux distributions base openoffice on go-oo (Novell openoffice.org version)04:31
norvbtw, ooxml as in the MSFT one or the OpenOffice one?04:31
Starnestommynorv: MS.  OpenOffice uses OpenDocument04:31
su-hoens`rZi just changed my sources.list in apt, how do i get apt to recognize changes?04:32
musikgoatnorv  from ooo wiki:  "Office Open XML" is an XML based file format that has been published as ECMA-376. It is used as default file format by Microsoft Office 2007.04:32
Starnestommysu-hoens`rZ: sudo apt-get update04:32
Invisible_UbuntiOk very newbie question when I'm looking at gnome-look.org it says GTK 2.x, Splash Screen, and GDM Theme can someone tell me the diffrence/what each of those changes plz04:32
krammerneed help install tar.bz204:33
norvmusikgoat: well, at least it's a standard unlike the older microsoft office ones04:33
musikgoatright, i agree04:33
StarnestommyInvisible_Ubunti: gtk themes are what the widgets look like, the splash screen shows between logging in and when trhe desktop is loaded, and the GDM theme is what the login screen looks like04:33
Starnestommykrammer: open it in the archive manager?04:34
musikgoatkrammer: you need to untar  the file first04:34
su-hoens`rZanyone know where i can get virtual machines which have gcc/g++ 2.95?04:34
krammerthe files are extracted in the archive04:34
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codemonkey1024Hey, how do I make a multiboot ubuntu install start up in windows by default?04:35
kahrytanInvisible_Ubunti->  uSplash is the screen that has the loading bar just before GDM login.04:35
musikgoathehe, everytime i see the name codemonkey now, i just think of that jon coulton song!!04:35
Invisible_UbuntiStarnestommy, So Splash is what normally shows all the things loading before it gets to the desktop,  GTK is that what is like a Windows Theme controls Window Color's/Fonts/Etc, while GDM theme is the login screen where I type user/pass?04:35
kahrytan!grub > codemonkey102404:35
StarnestommyInvisible_Ubunti: yes04:36
karlNYHmmmm  --  where do I forage to RTFM about customizing VPN tunnels so only one application (or port) is connected via tun0, and all others go through a normal eth0 public connection?04:36
karlNYbesides google. tried that. still trying that. =)04:36
mahmoud_!tar | krammer04:36
ubotukrammer: Files with extensions .tar, .gz, .tgz, .zip, .bz2, .7z, .ace and other archive file formats can be opened with file-roller (GNOME) or Ark (KDE) - Also see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FileCompression04:36
travisat_krammer: if you are lazy like me install unp04:37
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krammerno I am trying to learn about the cl04:37
liquidsup everyone04:37
travisatkrammer: if you really want to learn about tar, man tar04:37
MrObviousdo0zman: Ping. :p04:37
travisatkrammer: it is quite complex04:37
krammerthank you04:38
musikgoatkrammer: tar xjvf file_name.tar.bz204:38
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krammertrying to install pidgin04:38
Starnestommykrammer: sudo apt-get install pidgin?04:39
musikgoatkrammer: you would find it easiest to install the packaged deb, as its built for ubuntu04:39
krammerok thanks04:39
dserbanwhat's the best bittorrent client I can gnash my teeth on?04:39
travisatdserban: I like transmission, but it isn't that complex, you might look at azureus04:40
dserbanazuerrus looks super bloated to me.... and since bittorrent is an "unknown" to me, I want to keep it simplistic if at all possible04:41
willwhdeluge is now04:41
willwhbut site seems to be down for me, http://deluge-torrent.org/04:41
cptnapalmAh learn something new everyday.  Didn't even know Ubuntu had an official channel on IRC04:41
travisatdeluge is in the repo04:42
mahmoud_http://deluge-torrent.org/ is up04:42
willwhguys I like this theme, but I can't figure out to get the font, I found in an swf?? http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=68803&forumpage=104:42
willwhhow do I install it?04:42
willwhand use in gnome04:42
deadlyallance543how can you get the fingerprint scanner on a hp laptop to work with ubuntu?04:43
dserbanso.. ehhh... quick primer.... so I need to seed my bittorrent client?  with a file?  I download via http?  is that right?....04:43
musikgoatdserban: you download a .torrent file which contains tracker information.  the file is opened in the client you choose, and starts its work connecting to the tracker to find other clients with full files (seeds) or partial (leechers)04:44
travisatwillwh: you have to buy the fonts04:45
dserbank makes sense... so... finding a specific download may be difficult right?  i have to find a torrent site first ?04:45
travisatwillwh: he has 4 free ones but not the one you wanted04:45
musikgoatdserban: yes, there are public sites and private sites04:46
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musikgoatpiratebay is an example of a public site, where you can get files without signing up,  but there are privacy concerns with public sites04:47
dserbanand... ehh... can you maybe name one or two?  i'm googling torrent but... meh I'm getting a lot of spammy sites04:47
ubotupiracy discussion and other questionably legal practices are not welcome in the Ubuntu channels. Please take this discussion elsewhere or abstain from it altogether. This includes linking to pirated software, music and video. Also see !guidelines and !o4o04:47
musikgoatoops, sorry :-)04:47
dserbanoh oops sorry04:47
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about gimp-help-en - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi04:47
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about gimp-help - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi04:48
deadlyallance543how can you get the fingerprint scanner on a hp laptop to work with ubuntu?04:48
dserbanI'm not looking for pirate material though...  just ...  well for example....  say I want to seed every livecd distro possible... is there a list of torrents somewhere?04:48
musikgoatdserban: you can PM me, its probly not best to keep up the convo04:48
dserbanmusikgoat, aye04:48
travisatdserban: check out distrowatch.com04:48
dserbantravisat, k will do04:49
astro76p2p and bittorrent is ok, just be careful04:49
ubotuTorrent downloads for the Ubuntu ISOs are available on all the download pages. For Gutsy: http://fr.releases.ubuntu.com/gutsy/ (CDs) or http://cdimage.ubuntu.com/releases/7.10/release/ (DVDs) - Please download using the torrents if you can!04:49
ilhamhafizovicHi everyone, I was wondering if anyone could recommend some reading material for a newbie Linux Ubuntu user04:50
ilhamhafizovicBooks or maybe online content04:50
ilhamhafizovicAnything that can help with learning how to use it, and how to install applications04:50
Frogzoo!docs | ilhamhafizovic04:51
ubotuilhamhafizovic: documentation is to be found at http://help.ubuntu.com and http://wiki.ubuntu.com - General linux documentation: http://www.tldp.org - http://rute.2038bug.com04:51
ilhamhafizovick thanks04:51
pluxilhamhafizovic: http://ubuntuforums.org/04:51
eventideamhafizovi, I find the ubuntu guide useful:   ubuntuguide.org04:51
nickrudilhamhafizovic: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Training04:52
simpsCan anyone suggest a script or plugin for xchat that allows me to message a chan with my current connection speed (downstream and upstream)?04:52
ouellettesrdoes anyone have expierence with dd-wrt autoap?04:52
ilhamhafizovicnickrud, thanks for that link04:53
dbgiwhats a good music player for mp3's ect?04:54
Cpudan80Its the default04:54
dbgiyea i have it, just never tryed it04:54
Starnestommymaybe vlc04:54
Invisible_Ubuntifor a splash screen why type of file is it suppose to be in?04:54
Cpudan80dbgi: You do need the ubuntu-restricted-extras package to play MP3/M4A, etc04:54
Thorsten11i love vlc04:54
ubotuTo change the Gnome splash screen, use !gnome-splashscreen-manager or change the GConf key /apps/gnome-session/options/splash_image using !gconf-editor.04:54
Cpudan80VLC is good -- but I use it mainly for videos04:55
dbgiCpudan80, i dont know, its playing my mp3's fine04:55
TallI'm using the LIVE cd right now, if I wanted to just mess around with it could I install programs through terminal or it won't work? I've been stuck trying to figure out how to install Tiny Fugue, heh.04:55
Cpudan80dbgi: then you prob have the package already04:55
dbgiCpudan80, : yea sum how heh04:55
dbgivlc doesent come with as a default?04:56
dbgiill have to get and try then04:56
Thorsten11i have used it on os x for years04:57
Thorsten11its very versatile04:57
Thorsten11no problem:)04:58
MSTKer, quick question. what directory is sources.list in, again?04:58
StarnestommyMSTK: /etc/apt04:58
astro76MSTK: locate sources.list04:58
MSTKastro76 - heh, wow, i feel like an idiot now. that didn't come to mind04:58
MSTKwell thanks all.04:58
simpsCan anyone suggest a script or plugin for xchat that allows me to message a chan with my current connection speed (downstream and upstream)04:59
schoashhow comes there is no way of changing the display brightness on the newer panasonic laptops?05:01
zappitelli16I'm having a hard time getting my wireless internet to work, I just configured the drivers and firmware using this website: http://www.waraey.com/blog/?p=10. I'm pretty desperate to get this to work can anyone help me?05:01
zappitelli16I'm having a hard time getting my wireless internet to work, I just configured the drivers and firmware using this website: http://www.waraey.com/blog/?p=10. I'm pretty desperate to get this to work can anyone help me? I have an Intel 2200BG Wireless card.05:03
JASONCOhi -- ive got a series of video files that im trying to re-assemble in they are avi files named waterfall.avi.001 etc -- one of them is missing and when i try to cat them back togehter it wont play past the missing chunk - is tehre a way (or program) to get it to ignore the chunk nad keep goin?05:03
Starnestommyzappitelli16: have you tried using ndiswrapper with a windows version of the driver?05:03
bobgillI am adding a command to run in my ~/.fluxbox/startup file, would I end it with & or && (it only runs and ends, doesn't stay running like amarok or pidgin, etc.) ???05:04
vollkor1deadlyallance543 you know this page? https://wiki.ubuntu.com/FingerprintAuthentication05:04
zappitelli16no I haven't used ndiswrapper, but I was under the impression that the drivers I used would work. no?05:04
zappitelli16maybe they will work, but I have to access them through ndiswrapper??05:04
astro76bobgill: neither, the commands are not started in a shell so do not need to be backgrounded05:04
nepbabuzappitelli16, nope. ipw2200 should work out of the box05:04
Paper_Appanybody can helpme about a ipod touch with AMAROCK?05:05
nepbabu!amarok | Paper_App05:05
ubotuPaper_App: Amarok is an audio player for Linux with an intuitive interface. The latest version is 1.4.8 (1.4.3 for Dapper LTS). Packages are available for Kubuntu at www.kubuntu.org See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Amarok05:05
Extravertcan anyone tell me why the flash update broke flash?05:05
Jangaribecause adobe is sh|t05:05
zappitelli16thats what I thought. I don't know how to tell why it isn't working I've followed all the documentation and can't come to any conclusions. I do not have a device manager under administration though, if that makes a difference.05:05
simpszappitelli16, try ndiswrapper and see how it goes05:06
eventidehey, I was wondering.  If you've got a family computer and you want a shared directory which anyone can access, is it the best practice to create a /home/shared and set privileges to 777?05:06
Paper_Appyeah... but.. my ipod touch is not available (at devices list)05:06
zappitelli16apt-get install ndiswrapper?05:06
JangariPaper_App: i can't even get my machine recognising my brother's ipod touch as a device05:06
simpszappitelli16, Synaptic Package Manager should have it05:07
astro76eventide: world writable is never a good idea, make it 775, and owned by a group which everyone belongs to05:07
zappitelli16can I run it through synaptic package manager? Or will it work upon installation?05:07
Mr__anyone here officially with ubuntu?05:08
Paper_Appi found a web link  (they saw "it is possible")05:08
simpsi'm sorry, i don't understand, zappitelli1605:08
simpsrephrase plz05:08
eventideastro76: okay.  But there's no standard "shared folder" by default in ubuntu right?  I have to create it myself in /home/shared05:08
ab3I have a lot op trouble with logging on my ubuntu box on both gnome as sshd. I a absolutely sure that my passwords are correct, but I just can't get logged in.  I have this same problem when I try to run synaptic, but when I run synaptic from the root prompt I can start it.05:08
Paper_Appdo you like it?05:08
Jangariyes thanks, Paper_App05:08
zappitelli16how do I get ndiswrapper to work? through synaptic package manager05:08
ab3could it be because I did: sudo su; passwd root05:08
Paper_Appit is in spanish.... no problem??05:09
Jangarimm, my spanish ain't fabulous05:09
Mr__anyone here officially with ubuntu?05:09
Jangaribut i'm a linguist, so i should be able to do something with it,05:09
Jangarigibbit me05:09
Flannel!anyone | Mr__05:09
ubotuMr__: A large amount of the first questions asked in this channel start with "Does anyone/anybody..."  Why not ask your next question (the real one) and find out?05:09
astro76eventide: that would work05:09
simpszappitelli16, after installation, it should be under System->Administration->Windows Wireless Drivers05:09
JASONCOhi -- ive got a series of video files that im trying to re-assemble in they are avi files named waterfall.avi.001 etc -- one of them is missing and when i try to cat them back togehter it wont play past the missing chunk - is tehre a way (or program) to get it to ignore the chunk nad keep goin?05:10
zappitelli16I don't have a windows wireless drivers application under administration05:10
Jangariooh, an animated favicon05:10
simpszappitelli16, did you install ndiswrapper from synaptic package manager?05:10
Mr__need to speak with somone from ubuntu05:10
vollkor1Hi, I got a problem when resizing my windows vista partition with gparted as found on the 7.04 live cd in order to install ubuntu:05:10
vollkor1"The ntfs partition is hibernated. Windows must be resumed and turned off properly so resizing could be done safely."05:10
vollkor1I shut windows vista down with the option "shut down", so this message is a bit confusing to me and I could not find any useful help on this with google or the forums.05:10
zappitelli16Yes synaptic package manager is showing that ndiswrapper-common and ndiswrapper-utils-1.9 are both installed05:11
eventideastro76:  okay.  thanks for the input05:11
vollkor1Any advise on what to try next?05:11
JangariMr__: ubuntu doesn't have an official support network as such, since it's all free, they can't afford to employ tech support people05:11
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simpszappitelli16, you also need ndisgtk05:11
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Mr__just wondering if the new name on my site will be ok05:12
Mr__they asked me to switch the other one05:12
Jangarivollkorn: desktop pc or laptop?05:12
zappitelli16ndisgtk is not coming up installed, or not installed05:12
vollkornLaptop Thinkpad X6105:12
karlNYMr_  Jangari -- doesn't ubuntu sell commercial support via enterprise editions?05:13
astro76Mr__: then you should ask them via whatever venue they asked you in the first place ;)05:13
Jangariactually, you should just backup your data and delete vista05:13
astro76karlNY: no enterprise edition, they just sell support, and it's canonical05:13
ubotuCanonical Ltd. is committed to the development, distribution and promotion of open source software products, and to providing tools and support to the open source community. It is the driving force behind the Ubuntu, Kubuntu, Xubuntu, and Edubuntu Operating Systems. Canonical's website is at http://www.canonical.com/05:13
zappitelli16its not showing up under all in synaptic package manager... now what?05:13
vollkornJangari: unfortunately I need vista for work :(05:13
Jangarionly kidding,05:14
Mr__just hoping buntfu.com will be ok with them05:14
Jangarii'm not sure what to do, vollkorn, i've never used vista, but there might be an option to disable the feature that keeps it hybernating (presumably it's so it can restore fast, and waste heaps of power)05:15
BertoHi - I have a Live Free or Die Hard DVD that wouldn't play in linux on VLC or Totem, but it DID play in Windows VLC.  Other DVDs work in Ubuntu.  What could be the issue?05:15
simpszappitelli16, is there an install cd for you wireless adapter?05:15
zappitelli16no thats the problem.05:15
zelrikriandomy ffmpeg doesnt recognize xvid05:15
zachalinkE: dpkg was interrupted, you must manually run 'dpkg --configure -a' to correct the problem.05:15
zachalinkI keep getting that error whenever I try to install ANYTHING. Fix, plz & ty05:15
zelrikriando(when I try to convert)05:15
astro76Mr__: more likely hoping to spam the link here05:15
karlNYCan VPNC, route, and iptables be used to force one single application (jabber client) to connect through my office VPN tunnel (while keeping my main PC net-interface on my cable-modem's IP ?05:15
zappitelli16Ubuntu is stored to my hard disk can I find ndisgtk on the CD?05:15
JangariBerto: i think you have to install the libraries to let you play proprietary dvds05:15
vollkornJangari: So you say vista is hibernating though it says it is shutting down?05:15
zappitelli16or can I download ndisgtk offline?05:16
BertoJangari, which packages are those?05:16
Mr__astro76:  actually no i just don't want anymore hoopla over it05:16
Jangariwell, gparted thinks it's hibernating, right? I'd trust gparted over any bill gates app any day05:16
Mr__just trying to help build something05:16
BertoJangari, that was on my Media PC, I'm trying on my personal box right now...05:16
simpszappitelli16, with or without ndisgtk, you still need the install disk for your wireless adapter. try google to find the files05:16
Mr__don't want to step on toes05:16
astro76Mr__: ok but it's been made clear no one official is here05:16
zachalinkcan anyone help me on this please? I can't find anything on google.05:16
Mr__astro76: k sorry everyone didn't mean to offend05:17
BertoJangari, same thing happens with this Die Hard DVD on my box.  I hit play, the scroll-bar comes up, and then it dies and goes back to normal VLC startup mode05:17
nickrudzachalink: run   sudo dpkg --configure -a    in a terminal05:17
zemonstas_hi, will reinstalling the mysql packages remove the databases?05:17
Jangaridunno Berto05:17
zachalinkthen it says something about configuring java and doesn't load it05:17
nepbabu!dvd | Berto05:17
ubotuBerto: For 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 DVDs05:17
nickrudzemonstas_: as long as you don't choose purge , or remove completely, no05:17
Bertothanks Jangari and nepbabu05:17
zappitelli16am I looking for files or a new CD? Sorry I'm such a beginner05:17
nickrudzemonstas_: but this sounds like a good time to back up your databases anyway05:18
zachalinkSetting up java-common (0.26ubuntu1) ... won't go any further for some reason..05:18
zemonstas_nickrud - I can't backup because mysql.sock is unable to be connected through05:18
nepbabu!java | zachalink05:18
ubotuzachalink: To install a Java runtime/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java6-jre from the !Multiverse repository (in !Backports for !Edgy)05:18
zemonstas_nickrud - i'm trying to desperately restore database connectivity05:18
Jangarizemonstas_: is your database local or on a remote server?05:19
zemonstas_jangari - remote05:19
simpszappitelli16, try for "install files for <insert name of adapter here>"05:19
zachalinkbut it gives me the error when I try to install anything, anywhere05:19
zachalinknot just terminal05:19
nickrudzemonstas_: you've stopped and started mysql? (just a quicky, I'm not particularly familiar with mysql, just used it lightly)05:19
Jangarican you login via ftp and nav to the database? or is it embedded deeper than you can access?05:19
zemonstas_nickrud - stopping and starting mysql fails05:19
zappitelli16Am I looking for drivers? because I just installed those05:20
zemonstas_jangari - i'm logged in and using the SSH so i have command line05:20
nickrudzachalink: you need to use my nick in the messages when you reply, so I don't miss them. Did you run the  command I gave you?05:20
zachalinkyes, and I said it was stuck there and wouldn't load any further05:20
vollkornjangari: Well, I thought the problem could be something like the version found on the 7.04 cd is not aware of changes introduced by vista ad I'll just try the new version found on the 7.10 cd.05:20
Jangarican you find it via ssh?05:20
simpszappitelli16, so you just need to set up the drivers?05:20
zemonstas_Jangari - can i find what?05:20
Jangarithe actual db, or is it somewhere ytou can't access?05:21
zachalinknickrud: yes, and I said it was stuck there and wouldn't load any further. (sorry, forgot)05:21
nickrudzachalink: didn't see it, it got lost in the chatter. Use my nick, it's red on my screen.   run    sudo apt-get -f install   in a terminal, and paste the complete output05:21
zappitelli16how do I set up the drivers?05:21
nickrudzachalink: not here!!!!!!05:21
nickrudzachalink: paste the output on http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org05:21
simpszappitelli16, in terminal, sudo lshw -C network05:21
RoyI have ndiswrapper. Could someone please tell me how to install the wireless drivers after that?05:22
zappitelli16now what?05:22
nepbabu!ndiswrapper | Roy05:22
ubotuRoy: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs05:22
simpszappitelli16, is the driver there?05:22
zachalinknickrud: thank you so much! ^_^05:23
RoyThank you nepbabu.05:23
zappitelli16I can't tell can you send me the link for paste bin?05:23
Extravertthe update removed flash ...05:23
Alohathe Dell Inspiron Laptop 1420 N says it has Ubuntu 7.10 but doesn't say it has DVD playback like the other ones do, does this mean it can't play dvds?05:23
Jangari!pastebin | zappitelli1605:24
ubotuzappitelli16: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (make sure you give us the URL for your paste - see also the #ubuntu channel topic)05:24
simps!ndiswrapper | zappitelli1605:24
ubotuzappitelli16: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs05:24
nepbabu!dvd | Aloha05:24
simpsthat works as well ;s05:24
ubotuAloha: For 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 DVDs05:24
zcat[1]Aloha: try.. if it can't see !medibuntu to add it (assuming it has a dvd drive..)05:24
lakcajAloha, it just means that they don't provide a "licensed" dvd app.  You can easily install vlc/mplayer/xine/ogle or others to play dvds05:24
zappitelli16simps, this is what came up, I can't tell if the driver is there or not05:25
zappitelli16o yes I see it, the drivers are listed under network 005:25
cyborgi m install the non macromedia flash plugin . but it is not working very vell. how can i uninstall?05:25
simpslol zappitelli16  :P05:25
zappitelli16sorry Ima newbee can you tell? lol05:26
simpszappitelli16, now in terminal type iwconfig05:26
zappitelli16okay now what ?05:26
nickrudcyborg: sudo apt-get remove --purge gnash   in a terminal05:26
ubotuTo select the usplash artwork you want, use "sudo update-alternatives --config usplash-artwork.so && sudo update-initramfs -u" - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/USplashCustomizationHowto for adding your custom artwork05:26
cyborgthx i m try05:27
zappitelli16I see under eth1 the network I'm trying to connect to.05:28
simpszappitelli16, i'm just reading from the help menu :P05:28
zappitelli16I know, I've tried everything in the documentation and still can't get it to work.05:29
putnumanybody running ubuntu on a dell gx260?05:29
simpszappitelli16, click the Help icon at the top and search for ndiswrapper and click the first link :s05:29
simpszappitelli16, did you try that documentation?05:29
zappitelli16hang on a sec.05:30
iDivine_I was wondering, How Do I make a shortcut for FF on my desktop?05:30
lakcajiDivine_, just drag the icon onto your desktop05:30
nickrudiDivine_: drag the menu item to the desktop05:31
iDivine_That didn't work =\05:31
zappitelli16I did try all of this, but I'm going through it again to see if there is anything I missed.05:31
Rictoo_yeah it does iDivine_05:31
Rictoo_you know that button on the top for firefox05:31
iDivine_I tried..05:31
Rictoo_drag it to your desktop05:31
cyborgnickrud  gnash removed. now firefox cant play flash anims. but the adobe flash plugin non-free is installed05:31
Rictoo_what happens, tell us05:31
iDivine_I cliekd held raged nothing.05:31
cyborgos[Linux 2.6.22-14-generic i686] distro[Debian lenny/sid] cpu[2 x Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU          6600  @ 2.40GHz @ 1.63GHz] mem[Physical : 2026MB, 87.2% free] disk[Total : 240.89GB, 10.40% Free] video[nVidia Corporation G80 [GeForce 8800 GTS]] sound[]05:31
nickrud!brokenflash | cyberjames05:31
ubotucyberjames: The Flash plugin installation has been broken for some time. A fix has been released now, although it might not have yet reached all mirrors. If that is the case for your mirror, please wait a couple of hours.05:31
dogpigeoncowhi. im busy messing around with all the new music production software i just donwloaded and it mostly says i need to install JACK audio or something. what is that and how do i sort that oout???????05:31
nickrudflash is fixed!!!!05:32
phaedraiDivine_,  Then right click on the destop and select create launcher.05:32
zappitelli16do you think there is a problem with acpi support? or does the wpa need to be configured?05:32
iDivine_Now what.05:32
Rictoo_and he should write "firefox" in the box, phaedra?05:32
nickrudiDivine_: then right click the menu item, and select add to desktop05:32
Rictoo_heh, there you go05:32
phaedrafirefox %u I believe....05:33
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about jack - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi05:33
cyborgmem[Physical : 2026MB, 87.3% free | Swap : 5938MB, 100.0% free]05:33
phaedralemme check05:33
Peddythis may sound like a dumb question, does anyone know how to move text in the Gimp?05:33
simpszappitelli16, try step 3 under 3.2.505:33
dogpigeoncowhi. im busy messing around with all the new music production software i just donwloaded and it mostly says i need to install JACK audio or something. what is that and how do i sort that oout???????05:34
nickrud!brokeinflash | cyborg (sorry, wrong nick last time)05:34
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about brokeinflash - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi05:34
phaedraYeah,  the commend is 'firefow %u'05:34
nickrud!brokenflash | cyborg (sorry, wrong nick last time)05:34
ubotucyborg (sorry, wrong nick last time): The Flash plugin installation has been broken for some time. A fix has been released now, although it might not have yet reached all mirrors. If that is the case for your mirror, please wait a couple of hours.05:34
phaedrafirefo'x' even...05:34
simpscyborg, what plugin/script are you using?05:34
nickrud!info jackd | dogpigeoncow05:34
ubotudogpigeoncow: jackd (source: jack-audio-connection-kit): JACK Audio Connection Kit (server and example clients). In component universe, is optional. Version 0.103.0-6ubuntu1 (gutsy), package size 93 kB, installed size 360 kB05:34
Cpudan80How do I install the offensive fortunes in Ubuntu ?05:34
Cpudan80fortunes -o doesn't work, but I want it to :-)05:35
Peddyhaha Nevermind my friends05:35
Rcommanderhow do i get CS 1.6 to work right in Ubuntu, wine obviously isn't working05:35
nickrudCpudan80: install fortunes-off05:35
fragged[away]Rcommander, with wine, rtfm05:35
nickrud!rtfm | fragged[away]05:35
zappitelli16how do I configure the wpa supplicant? I'm having a hard time understanding the documentation05:35
ubotufragged[away]: Acronyms or statements like  noob, jfgi, stfu or rtfm are not welcome in this channel. Period.05:35
dogpigeoncowhow and where do i install JACKD from?05:36
simpszappitelli16, , i dunno :x05:36
fragged[away]Rcommander, with wine, read the friendly manual05:36
cyborgok how can i remouve the adobe flash plugin?05:36
fragged[away]nickrud, stop using ubotu so frequently, you just look retarded ;)05:36
nickruddogpigeoncow: you would search (ctl-f) in system->admin->synaptic , and install it05:36
Lilacor. . . .05:36
spkhow do I see the message on tty1 on startup?  is it logged anywhere?05:36
simpscyborg, i meant for your irc client :P05:36
Rcommanderfragged I can't it so darn slow05:36
nickrudfragged[away]: I helped write some of them, I'm lazy. For real issues, I type05:36
Rcommanderits not even funny05:37
mannyzwhy when i enable compiz on 7.10 i cant see the windows dragpart..?05:37
simpscyborg, what plugin/script are you using on xchat to output mem[blahblah]05:37
cyborgand xsys plugin  simps05:37
cyborgos[Linux 2.6.22-14-generic i686] distro[Debian lenny/sid] cpu[2 x Intel(R) Core(TM)2 CPU          6600  @ 2.40GHz @ 1.63GHz] mem[Physical : 2026MB, 86.7% free] disk[Total : 240.89GB, 10.40% Free] video[nVidia Corporation G80 [GeForce 8800 GTS]] sound[]05:37
zappitelli16Can Anyone walk me through WPA supplicant configuration?05:37
simpsah ok, thanks :P05:37
soldatsnickrud: i cant believe you got called retarded05:37
nickrudcyborg: please don't use that here05:38
nickrudsoldats: no, he just said I looked retarded ;)05:38
cyborg:> ok05:38
Alohawhats the best podcasting software for ubuntu?05:38
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spkhow does one see the virtual console logs at bootup?  I need to find out why an rc script doesnt run at bootup but works fine after login run manually05:38
ArrPirateok I have a problem where my monitor is causing conflicts with Ubuntu. GDM detects the wrong resolution and then the right resolution but the text is set for the wrong resolution. A forum post tells me that I can fix this by running 'sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg' and removing all the resolutions but the right one, and I've tried that several times now but my settings don't seem to be saved. What can I do?05:38
mannyzAloha, Rhythmbox music player05:39
Alohamannyz, thnx05:39
nickrudspk: delete the word  splash  from the kernel line in /boot/grub/menu.lst . That will turn off the splash screen, until you put back the word or the kernel gets upgraded05:40
spknickrud: cheers, will try that. I can see the message fly by on the virtual console (F1).  problem is it flies by!05:41
karlNYCan anyhing (eg- VPNC, route, and iptables) be used to force one single application (jabber client) to connect through my office VPN tunnel (while keeping my main PC net-interface on my cable-modem's IP ?05:41
mannyzwhy when i enable the extra visual effects i cant move the windows anymore.. unles i use alt+drag05:41
dogpigeoncowi have jackd installed but when i open Rosegarden it tells me i need to run the JACK server05:41
spkcan I get it to log to a file?05:41
dogpigeoncowwats wrong?05:41
nickrudspk: you might try looking in /var/log/syslog , there might be some clues there.05:41
spknope, tried05:41
karlNYWhat tools do I use to make it so only one application (or port) is connected via tun0, and all others go through a normal eth0 public connection?05:41
mannyzsomeone please anwser me :S?05:42
phaedraspk, Have you looked at dmesg?05:43
dogpigeoncowi have jackd installed but when i open Rosegarden it tells me i need to run the JACK server. how do i run it?05:43
nickruddogpigeoncow: the sound system in linux is still kinda crappy. Since you're obviously new to linux (which gets less and less daily ;) you might want to wait for the next release. The sound system is supposed to be revamped. https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/cleanup-audio-jumble has some hope.05:44
wassahi.. I am trying to edit an alias file in /etc folder but told I can't as I am not owner... but I am the only user??05:44
spknothing there05:44
karlNYis my question clear? I am asking about legitimate automation of VPN access, which I have already.  I just want to use iptables/etc so that etho doesn't turn into tun0... that way I can keep my 30 apps open the same, just open up jabber (and run a ??script?? to vpn/proxy the jabber?)... and only jabber goes through the VPN/private IP/net.05:44
soldatswassa: use sudo05:44
spkI'm trying to add Hamachi to  startup.  it works fine if I use "sudo /etc/init.d/hamachi start"05:45
wassa!info sudo05:45
ubotusudo (source: sudo): Provide limited super user privileges to specific users. In component main, is important. Version 1.6.8p12-5ubuntu2 (gutsy), package size 163 kB, installed size 400 kB05:45
spkbut when I reboot, it fails, but I cant see the message05:45
xenthrohey guys, i have a dir with 1500 hi-res images and I want to batch convert them all to 1024x768, what is the most efficient way of doing this (I love command line tools)05:46
zappitelli16can anyone help me configure the WPA supplicant for Gutsy?05:46
spkxentrho: use convert from imagemagick and create a bash script05:47
sluggospk: have you configured it to start in the default runlevel?05:47
xenthrospk bash script?05:47
cvdwhere is the sorucelist?05:47
cyborgthx the help nicrkud. evrithing works fine05:47
spkxenthro: are you confortable with the command line?05:47
spksluggo: not sure05:48
wassasoldats... do i need to install sudo through package installer05:48
nickrudcvd: /etc/apt/sources.list , or  system->admin->software sources05:48
spkI set it to defaults05:48
sluggospk: update-rc.d hamachi defaults05:48
xenthrospk, getting there05:48
spksluggo: yeah, I did that05:48
cyborgetc/apt cvd05:48
spklike I said, it works, just not on startup but I cant see the message05:49
karlNYdo all internet applications (jabber, aim) have to use ports off the same outbound gateway, or can I create tun0 to handle aim/jabber, while leaving firefox/gmail open using eth0?05:49
spkxenthro: convert is a command line program to do ONE image, and a bash script is a way to automate many commands, hence many images05:50
soldatswassa: no just add "sudo" to the start of the command you want to run05:50
karlNYcouldn't iptables and route create a direct path for some apps based on port#, while leaving open web-browser/gmail running on eth0 through main gateway?05:50
soldatsie sudo commands05:50
bert_mandoes anyone know of a FTP Brute Force App05:51
wassasoldats.. im trying follow this tutorial http://ubuntu-tutorials.com/2007/11/18/how-to-disable-ipv6-on-ubuntu-710-gutsy-gibbon/05:52
soldatsnon valid question for an ubuntu support channe;05:52
soldatswassa: what command are you doing. i cant click links05:52
Invisible_Ubunti!splash screen05:52
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about splash screen - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi05:52
cvd# Line commented out by installer because it failed to verify:?05:52
wassaits to disable IPV605:52
musikgoatquick question,  if I'm restoring /var/cache/apt directory from a backup,  is there anything (other than apt-get update) to be done to sync the cache?05:53
spkanyone else know what is outputting messages to tty1 at bootup?05:53
wassait says to edit a line in the etc/../alias file05:53
soldatsmusikgoat: maybe "updatedb"05:53
xenthrospk thanks for the tip. ill research it05:53
soldatswassa: well edit the line like "sudo edit /etc/../alias"05:54
karlNYsoldats: which is not a valid Q?05:54
spkdo a searchxenthro:  http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=57203405:54
soldatskarlNY:  i meant for the Q? about brute forcing ftp05:54
regulateso has anyone been make-kpkg'ing kernels on hardy?05:54
soldatsnot youthough05:54
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karlNYthanks soldats05:55
karlNYBTW -- if my vpn/route question is invalid here (despite I'm  trying to do it w/Xubuntu and kvpnc)- is there a better #channel?05:55
TallI had a quick question, I installed Tiny Fugue in Ubuntu, but whenever I click to load it.. it does nothing.05:55
karlNYWhat tools do I use to make it so only one application (or port) is connected via tun0, and all others go through a normal eth0 public connection?05:55
tehdaveI lost sound on my comp, and can't restart alsa (tried /etc/init.d/alsasound start//restart). It's not in the GUI services window, and I don't see it in the startup services under sessions... how can I restart alsa without rebooting? -_-05:56
soldatskarlNY: hhmm i know you can route irc and aim through diff ports with the gui preferences05:56
pawanequilizer for audacious05:56
pawan31 bands05:57
zappitelli16Can anyone help me configure WPA supplicant? I'm confused.. and a newbie.05:57
karlNYsoldats - right right. now if only I can figure out how to force "vpnc" to tunnel using a certain interface or port...05:57
soldatskarlNY: whats vpnc05:58
phaedrazappitelli16,  Try this  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/WPAHowTo05:58
karlNYsoldats: its like command-line kvpnc05:58
wassasoldats.. i don't understand what you mean.. I launched terminal window and enter the following sudo edit /etc/modprobe.d05:58
karlNYsoldats: it's a VPN client for Ubuntu/Debian etc05:58
karlNYsoldats: it connects to Cisco-based VPN nets.05:59
Jangariworks well, too05:59
Jangarionce you have it set up05:59
karlNYactually re-re-reading the manpage, it looks like there is something called vpnc-scipts05:59
karlNYthat can set an additional route and leave existing gateway alone.... perhaps that's it!!??05:59
Audio_1is anybody around?06:00
soldatskarlNY: i bet if there is a config for it youshoud be able to connect it to whatever port youwant06:00
* karlNY checks again06:00
zappitelli16phaedra I'm confused what this means : Edit /etc/wpa_supplicant.conf to include your network. The info to include can be generated with wpa_passphrase  (although this is optional, it saves the supplicant having to generate the preshared key (PSK) each time it is started):06:00
musikgoatAudio_1: nope, 1134 people arent around06:00
ubotuPlease don't ask to ask a question, ask the question (all on ONE line, so others can read and follow it easily). If anyone knows the answer they will most likely answer. :-)06:00
tehdave!alsa tehdave06:01
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about alsa tehdave - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi06:01
ubotuIf you're having problems with sound, first ensure ALSA is selected, by double clicking on the volume control, then File -> Change Device (ALSA Mixer). If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - http://alsa.opensrc.org/index.php?page=DmixPlugin - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP306:01
* tehdave cheats by using the bot to answer his own question...06:02
crdlbtehdave: in the future, you can just /msg ubotu alsa :)06:02
tehdavecrdlb: had I known about that before, I could have done it this time XD06:03
phaedrazappitelli16,  If you already have a network setup you don't need to do that.  It just generates an ssid and key for wpa/wpa2...06:03
wassathis doesn't work.. I am entering sudo edit /etc/modprobe./aliases... then i get an error saying no mime type..  how do i figure out the type of file.. grrrr06:03
phaedrazappitelli16,  You just put in your ssid and so on that you already have.06:04
zinoxhi, I have installed fluxbox but  menu not appearing anyone can help me?06:04
soldatszinox: click the desktop or right click it06:04
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Audio_1here is my problem. i have the 32 bit 7.10 installed now. i want to install the 64 bit version. so i made a cd and all that jazz. i boot with the cd and i select install; now it loads up then the screen goes blank for a minuet or so. i presume it is trying to detect my graphics card because it then pops up with a low settings box, with options to select the resolution. so i select everything and click on continue. now it goes to a black s06:04
zinoxsoldats, when I right click on the desktop nothing happens06:04
CountDownAnyone have luck with hardware accelerated graphics on the Macbook Pro Santa Rosa edition with fancy graphics card?06:04
Audio_1i am stuck06:04
soldatszinox: hmm strange did you set a config file to not do a click menu06:05
WGGMkIm having an issue with Banshee & ALSA.. I can start a song, it plays fine, when the song ends.. Banshee will proceed to start another song but hang, in fact it may be hanging before the switch. Any thoughts?06:05
tehdavebleh that didn't help...anyone know if there's a command to restart ALSA? or should I just wait 'till I can restart?06:05
imforgetfullI'm running off the 6.06 Live CD, I did this before but I forgot... how do I get the Flash plugin for Firefox... I did it before... it was a code I used in the Terminal06:05
WGGMkimforgetfull: "sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree"06:05
zinoxsoldats only did apt-get install and start fluxbox06:06
soldatsimforgetfull: go to the adobe site and install from therre06:06
imforgetfulli did that it doesn't work06:06
tehdavecan you install a package to the live CD? o.O06:06
soldatsimforgetfull: open your browser and in the address bad do "about:plugins"06:06
WGGMkimforgetfull: prolly because the live cd doesnt have the universe or multiverse repository enabled..06:06
imforgetfullyeah i need that06:07
imforgetfulli just did that code it said "couldn't find package'06:07
WGGMkfollow soldats method then06:07
DarkmystereCan some one help me i used airoscript (to test my AP for security flaws before i switch to WPA) but before that i did manuall and now after waiting 2hours on airoscript i got 85,000 Data Packets but i cant seem to find where they are06:07
sluggowhowas spk06:08
DarkmystereMuch Appriciated if you can help because that was a mighty boring 2hours and 35mins and 19 seconds...and 150 blinks..06:08
sky_is it advisable to uninstall firefox and autoremove and then install it again via synaptic?06:08
tehdavesooooooo...alsa restart command? -_-06:09
WGGMksky_: there are most likely dependencies attached to firefox with gnome06:09
Veetuscan anyone help me with azureus? :\06:09
sky_WGGMk: what if I install the ubufox extension along with firefox?06:10
tomdI only want to remove alsa-base linux-sound-base and alsa-utils, when I try to remove them apt-get says: The following packages will be REMOVED: alsa-base alsa-utils fast-user-switch-applet gdm gdm-themes gnome gnome-desktop-environment linux-sound-base ubuntu-desktop ubuntu-minimal06:10
WGGMksky_: im not very familiar with the firefox packages, you would be better off asking another person06:10
sky_oh ok06:10
sky_I'm just sick of flash breaking...06:10
tomdthis is advice from the troubleshooting sound problems doc.06:10
tomdmy sound works, but it is using OSS and alsa is configured06:11
tomdit just defaults to alsa's OSS emulation or something06:11
WGGMksky_: you dont need to remove firefox to remove flash06:11
sky_http://www.walfas.org/flash/yousei.swf <--- this worked fine before adobe started that flash issue, and now it loads, and plays for like the first 5 seconds for me before blanking out...06:11
spkok, found it.  it seems that the hamachi boot script I added is running before the dhcp has given the machine an IP address, hence failing.  How do I control the service startup order?06:11
sky_WGGMk: I've removed flash time and time again06:11
soldatstehdave: hmmm maybe "sudo /etc/init.d/alsasound stop" then start06:11
sky_with and without the restricted extras set...06:12
WGGMksky_: what method are you using to isntall it?06:12
tomdwhen I use firefox and play something with the flash plugin, I then can't play any files with another app until I close the tab that has the flash plugin opened, or kill firefox... happens with other programs too.06:12
JohnMMspk, service order is controlled in /etc/rcx.d06:12
wassai really don't get this.. I used sudo edit /etc/modprobe.d ... shouldn't this allow me to then open a file in that directory and edit it?06:12
JohnMMwhere x represents the init level06:12
tomdThey hold on the the device, /dev/C0D0p06:12
tomdand it blocks my sound.06:12
WGGMksky_: on the forums there is a post about flash using ndiswrapper.. you might have more success with that06:12
tomdanyone know why?06:12
wassabut each time i try and save the file i am told i don't have permission still06:12
tehdavesoldats: "Command not found"06:12
soldatswassa: try "gksudo gedit /etc/modprobe.d/**"  where ** is the file06:12
sky_mind linking me to it?(I don't even know what ndiswrapper is, but I understand that synaptic installs it whenever I try installing flash)06:12
karlNYsoldats: I found kvpnc has a GUI to configure extra routs, NAT, and all sorts of custom transport options -- I need to go RTFM and find out what route or port binding I can force my client to do -- Im much closer to figuring it out.06:13
bluefoxxokay, so i finally dug out my neverwinter nights disks but my disk NWNG D3 a corrupt file in the archive[/data/voicesets.bif], anyone else have the game willing to share the zip file from disk three?or is there a torrent i can get it from?06:13
sky_(of course, I autoremove after ear flash uninstall06:13
WGGMkwassa: use sudo gedit06:13
spkso, what would this do: sudo update-rc.d hamachi defaults06:13
karlNYsoldats: thanks for your help / sounding board06:13
tehdave!offtopic bluefoxx06:13
soldatskarlNY: :) i wish i knew more about it06:13
bluefoxxtehdave, ok, ok06:13
mvs1wondering if someone could help me out... I have a Optorite ML101 mouse.. has three thumb buttons, scroll and standard buttons... my middle thumb button does what the middle mouse button should do... although the middle mb does nothing but scroll... is there a fix for this?06:13
karlNYsoldats: me too =) rock on.06:13
JohnMMwasa, you can't edit directories with a text editor06:13
tehdave-_- think that's another bot06:13
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JohnMMtehdave, I'm not a bot06:14
wassathanks gusy06:14
karlNYtehdave, I'm not a bot06:14
soldatsmvs1: there are ways to do it in xorg.conf but i cant remember the options for it. you may have top google it "config xorg.conf"06:14
tehdavegood to know, guys XD06:14
JohnMMsoldats, you can configure X automatically via X -configure06:14
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DarkmystereAnyone here good with the aircrack-ng suite?06:15
wassanow to test if i can finally pull a file from vista again06:15
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soldatsJohnMM: it doesnt always work for mouse with more than 5 buttons06:15
WGGMkIm having an issue with Banshee & ALSA.. I can start a song, it plays fine, when the song ends.. Banshee will proceed to start another song but hang, in fact it may be hanging before the switch. Any thoughts?06:15
JohnMMsoldats, ah ...that'll probably take some custom config indeed06:15
snoweman1can anyone here help me enable physics on kiba dock06:17
cvdwhot to play http://www.apple.com/getamac/ ads? i have all the codes, moz plugins, players but nothing happens06:17
soldatslol JohnMM i did it before but its been to long to remember06:17
snoweman1are the physics a separate plugin or something?06:17
karlNYmvs1:  yo - try XFCE window manager maybe?06:18
JohnMMsoldats, http://www.linuxforums.org/forum/peripherals-hardware/43542-5-button-mouse.html06:18
mib_hoimx7d7i ahve a problem booting up my ubunut06:18
karlNYmvs1: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=35449006:18
soldatsJohnMM: lol it want for me it was for someone else. i cant click links im in irssi :P06:19
cvdhow to play http://www.apple.com/getamac/ ads06:19
joeerrorHey guys, had a question about a VNC problem I'm currently having. I have a mythtv frontend hooked up to my tv (really old tv) when I VNC to the box while it's running 1024x768 it works fine, however when I have it in 800x600 the session is visually garbled to the point where I can't see anything, mouse and kb still work and on the TV there's no problem at all. Anyone got some advice?06:19
JohnMMsoldats, lol oh06:19
mib_hoimx7d7from grub i get an error "kernel panic not syncing vfs06:19
mib_hoimx7d7unable to mount root file system06:20
mib_hoimx7d7any ideas?06:20
ethan961I had that after a couple of hibernations in a row06:20
mib_hoimx7d7any ideas on how to fix it?06:21
soldatscvd: there arent any special adds just pictures i think i didnt see any flash or anything06:21
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: What's your setup? you check /etc/fstab and network link on the remote file-system?06:21
ethan961no, unfortunately06:21
tomdGave ubuntu a try. Used it for like 6-8 months.06:21
mib_hoimx7d7i cant boot up how can i check etc/fstab06:21
tomdAbout at the end of my rope with it. Don't really want to reinstall, but..06:21
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> what did you do to get this?06:21
ubotuThe X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type « sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart » in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto06:21
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: try ubuntu live cd =)06:22
ubotuUbuntu is a complete Linux-based operating system, freely available with both community and professional support. It is developed by a large community and we invite you to participate too! - Also see http://www.ubuntu.com06:22
WGGMkIm having an issue with Banshee & ALSA.. I can start a song, it plays fine, when the song ends.. Banshee will proceed to start another song but hang, in fact it may be hanging before the switch. Any thoughts?06:22
mib_hoimx7d7i was deleting a partition06:22
mib_hoimx7d7using live cd06:22
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theacolyteAnyone with the NVIDIA 780i chipset?06:22
mib_hoimx7d7then when i go to boot ubuntu06:22
mib_hoimx7d7no dice06:22
cvdsoldats  i say the qicktime videos in http://www.apple.com/getamac/06:22
tomdmib_hoimx7d7: that's always risky business06:22
sky_okay, I reinstalled firefox.06:22
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> you deleted an important partition, which partition was that?06:22
tomdmib_hoimx7d7: did you back up the partition table?06:22
mib_hoimx7d7it was a windows partition06:23
sky_So guys, how should I go about installing flash again?06:23
sky_via firefox?06:23
mib_hoimx7d7yes i have the backed up partition06:23
soldatscvd: is quicktime installed if so do "about:plugins" in the browser address bar and check. if not restart your browser and see if it helps06:23
tomdmib_hoimx7d7: you can probably re-write the table and have your partitions back proper.06:23
mib_hoimx7d7i can view the partition using a live cd06:23
sluggospk: did you get your hamachi working?06:23
mib_hoimx7d7so thats not the problem06:23
mib_hoimx7d7all the data is there06:23
tomdmib_hoimx7d7: why can't you see what from ubuntu06:23
mib_hoimx7d7it just doesnt boot06:23
soldatssky_: go to the adobe page and install  the tar.gz and follow the directions on install methods06:24
tomdmib_hoimx7d7: probably because device numbers changed06:24
spksluggo: yes and no.  it is running before I have an IP at bootup, so thats why its failing06:24
cvdi have everything, codecs, moz plugz, players,  but nothing happen06:24
spkI'm trying to figure out how to make it run later during bottup06:24
tomdmib_hoimx7d7: re-examine your partitioning scheme... you're logical partition numbers changed and now you have to reconfigure grub or edit fstab or something rather.06:24
WGGMkspk: hamachi doesnt need you to have an IP to get its own IP06:24
spksluggo:  true, but I'm asking it to login as well06:24
spkand go online06:25
sluggospk: try  this update-rc.d -f hamachi remove06:25
tomdmib_hoimx7d7: i.e. if you removed /dev/hda6 /dev/hda7 may become the new /dev/hda606:25
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: I like tomd's re-configure grub idea -- as long as you're backing everything up like you said you were.06:25
sluggospk: thenn update-rc.d hamachi start 99 2 3 4 5 . stop 99 0 1 6  this will make start later in boot process06:25
WGGMkspk: not to barge in, but make a script and put it into rc.local, that should work06:25
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> when you are in liveCD you can mount these partitions okay?06:25
spksluggo:  thats what I'm trying, but what does that line say? :)06:25
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annoidok then...06:26
ethan961mib_hoimix7d7, did you remove the partition manually as in fdisk or did you use something like prarted?06:26
annoidso I've installed Flash successfully.. I already did the repository thing06:26
mib_hoimx7d7off of the live cd06:26
spkWGGMk: thanks, will use that as a last resort06:26
annoidi want to install flash06:26
annoidI'm running the LIve Cd06:26
amenado!who  | mib_hoimx7d706:26
ubotumib_hoimx7d7: As you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)06:26
ethan961yes, sorry, typing on iphone06:26
sluggospk: it does the same as running update-rc.d hamachi defaults, but sets it to ran last in the boot order06:26
annoidI've done this before but I can't get the correct codes this time, it's not working06:26
spksluggo:  rock, thanks06:27
spkwill try it now06:27
mib_hoimx7d7ubotu ok06:27
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ok - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi06:27
bluefoxxdo they still sell tape backup cartridges for a seagate stt8000 tape drive in stores[not online ones, actual walk in stores]06:27
mib_hoimx7d7grub seems to access the partition but i cant actually boot06:27
voidmageis there any way to do a desktop wallpaper slideshow in ubuntu, as in have it rotate between different wallpapers in a folder?06:27
WGGMkcan someone say my name in chat to test a sound issue06:28
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> where is your grub installed at?06:28
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amenado!who  | mib_hoimx7d706:28
ubotumib_hoimx7d7: As you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)06:28
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: is this a dual boot system?06:28
cvdhey alsa or pulse?06:28
ethan961mib_homix7d7, are all your initrd etc. still there?06:28
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY it was06:28
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: ok06:29
mib_hoimx7d7ethan961: i think so06:29
mib_hoimx7d7recovery console gets partially through booting and hangs at stuff involving my CD drive06:29
voidmageis there any way to do a desktop wallpaper slideshow in ubuntu, as in have it rotate between different wallpapers in a folder?06:29
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> pastebin your fdisk -l results06:29
timandtomI really need to write down how to do this so I don't come back and ask a third time... But... How do I go edit what networks my computer is allowed to connect to? I need to stop it from automatically connecting to my neighbors.06:29
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: did you backup your windoze data too, or just partition table?06:30
astro76timandtom: perhaps you should set your irc client to logging this time ;)06:30
voidmagetimandtom: when you connect to a network manually, network manager marks it as "preferred", meaning it will connect to those first06:30
mib_hoimx7d7amenado i have to boot the live cd first06:30
timandtomastro76: Actually I think it does xP I need to find the logs sometime...06:30
karlNYvoidimage   apt-cache show chbg06:30
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> are you not on liveCD now?06:30
timandtomvoidmage: And I've accidently clicked on my neighbors network before, so now its preferred :P06:31
snoweman1Hey can someone help me with kiba dock, I have it installed and stable but I am having trouble getting the physics part to work06:31
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: im on a friends computer06:31
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: in the same room as my computer06:31
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: did you backup your windoze data too, or just the old partition table?06:31
voidmagetimandtom: i forget how to unset networks, it uses gconftool though06:31
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY: i backed up everything important06:31
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: Sweet!06:31
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: then check out "grub-install"06:32
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> find out which partition your menu.lst is and vmlinuz and initrd06:32
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY i already reinstalled grub06:32
astro76timandtom: this is also handy http://irclogs.ubuntu.com/06:32
pocketdrummerHey, does anyone know a way to force a mouse to use 500/s sample rate?06:32
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY using root06:32
timandtomvoidmage: Ok, thanks. Uh, is that something that's already installed on 7.10? I'm kinda new to linux, so I really have no idea about anything06:32
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY roo(hd0,2)06:32
voidmagetimandtom: it's a command line tool, but i don't remember how to use it06:33
ethan961mib_hoimx7d7, is your ubuntu partition(s) backed up as well,06:33
timandtomastro76: ooooh, thanks :D06:33
mib_hoimx7d7ethan961: no06:33
timandtomvoidmage: Ah, k, I'll google it, thanks06:33
mib_hoimx7d7well the live cd is booted06:33
mib_hoimx7d7what did you want me to look at?06:33
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> find out which partition your menu.lst is and vmlinuz and initrd06:34
Administrator_find -name vmlinuz /06:34
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: sounds like your /boot/grub/menu.lst may not be pointing to the right device -- like someone said earlier maybe.06:34
voidmagekarlNY: wallpaper-tray works nice too06:34
mib_hoimx7d7amenado my ubuntu partition06:34
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> be specific, /dev/sda13 ?06:35
karlNYvoidmage: thanks06:35
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY if it wasnt how come i can boot a little using the recovery selectino in grub?06:35
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: voodoo gnomes.06:35
mib_hoimx7d7its /dev/sda306:36
amenado!who  | mib_hoimx7d706:36
ubotumib_hoimx7d7: As you can see, this is a large channel. If you're speaking to someone in particular, please put their nickname in what you say (use !tab), or else messages get lost and it becomes confusing :)06:36
xopheris there a way to speed up extraction of rar-archives? It seems to take ages. And using winrar via wine isn't an option...06:36
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> if you refuse to have my nick, i will not respond to you anymore06:36
mib_hoimx7d7amenado what do you mean?06:37
karlNYxopher: besides adding ram, there's a tool called xarchiver06:37
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> be specific, /dev/sda13 ?06:37
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: is on /dev/sda306:37
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: and marked as bootable according to fdisk06:37
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> okay now mount that while you are on liveCD06:37
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amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> ie mount  /dev/sda3 to let say /mnt06:38
WGGMkCan someone please help me with a sound issue. ALSA seems to hang up after playing anything once!06:38
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: it says it cant find /dev/sda3in fstab06:38
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> why are you using fstab? are you not on liveCD?06:38
mib_hoimx7d7i am06:38
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: i typed sudo mount /dev/sda306:39
soldatsmib_hoimx7d7: "sudo mount /dev/sda3 /media"06:39
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> ie mount  /dev/sda3 to let say /mnt <-- you get this?06:39
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: oh right06:39
mib_hoimx7d7alright its mounte06:40
NCommanderdoes anyone know anything about distcc?06:40
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: mounted06:40
amenadoi give up. you dont like my nick06:40
pocketdrummerIs there a way to force the sample rate of my mouse to stay at 500?06:40
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: im sorry im just trying to type fast06:40
baconyhow do i force readahead to start early in my boot process?06:40
xopherkarlNY, Im gonna check it out, it should be faster than unrar/rar ?06:40
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: so can you please tell me what to do next?06:41
karlNYxopher: not sure - just know it works ok for me when I have to unrar once in a blue moon06:41
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> okay, ls -la   /mnt/boot  and do you see your vmlinuz and initrd image?06:41
xopheraah, it's just a frontend?06:41
timandtomastro76: Ah, thanks again :D Found what I was looking for in the logs. voidmage: Ok, found it, its "gconf-editor" in terminal, that opens the GUI, then its in /system/networking/wireless/networks06:41
joeerrorHoping I've waited long enough to reask :)... When I VNC to my mythfrontend box while it's at a res of 800x600 it's visually garbled, still responds to keyboard and mouse input, at any other resolution it works 100% fine, I'd like it to be fine at 800x600 though, any takers?06:42
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: i see vmlinuz only06:42
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> without your initrd image there you'll not be able to boot06:42
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: under boot/06:42
ambarcannot connect to yahoo/msn/gtalk using pidgin.somene please help06:43
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> yes06:43
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> unless you specified different location in your menu.lst06:43
soldatsjoeerror: it might have somethig to do with the VNC connection color depth try turning the color depth to the lowest setting ie. 14bit06:43
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: under /boot/ i have a initrd.img-2.6.20-15-generic.bak06:43
musikgoatambar: can you get on the internet?06:43
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: would that work06:43
musikgoatwith a web browser?06:43
timandtomambar: Try going into where you set up how it connects, and start messing with the settings. Try default setup, no proxy, GNOME proxy, etc.06:44
WGGMk<--- IS BEGGING... My sound stops working or hangs after playing 1 song or using the "Test" button in the Sounds Preferences. Can anyone help???06:44
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> that would not work, lest you specify to use that **.bak in your menu.lst06:44
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7:  does it say unknown block (0.0) ?06:44
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: at the kernel panic error?06:44
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY yes06:44
ambarokay.let me try it again.it used to work fine and i didnt change any settings too06:44
joeerrorsoldats: thanks, but that's a no go06:44
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY or some other num in the ()06:45
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: got any ideas on how to fix it?06:45
timandtomkarlNY: Completely off topic, but Panic! At the kernel should TOTALLY be a band name.06:45
joeerrorsoldats: it ends up looking like say when you have the frequency settings too high, but the display attached to the machine looks fine06:45
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> are you understanding me?  about what you put in menu.lst and where they are located ?06:45
mib_hoimx7d7amenado so put the .bak in the menu.lst file06:46
ubotuTo install Flash see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/Flash (for !Dapper and !Edgy, a recent version is available in !backports) - See also !Restricted and !Gnash06:46
soldatsjoeerror: thats strange. i used vnc way back and i had the same prob but i lowered the color depth and it worked. i have no clue.    :(06:46
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> which kernel you boot to depends on wat you specify on your menu.lst06:47
jay-oh-enhow do i get a transfer to go faster in kopete06:47
joeerrorsoldats: maybe I should just repriotize and put getting lirc to work back on top and skip out on vnc :)06:48
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> meaning if you dont specify the correct one, you'll not be able to boot06:48
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: im aware of that. one thing when i visually look at my /boot/ i see 2 differnet kernel versions of initrd.img that dont show up in terminal06:48
Administrator_i do not knoe06:48
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> since you are aware of that, then make sure your menu.lst matches what it sees in /boot/06:48
amenadoor expects to see06:48
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: ok06:49
soldatsjoeerror: probly. :P06:49
soldatsid  do it06:49
Joshuvki tudna nekem segíteni, h a hangkártya néha meghal, és nem szól, mit tok vele csin?06:49
amenadoJoshu-> likewise :)06:49
astro76!hu | Joshu06:49
ubotuJoshu: Magyar nyelvű segítséget az #ubuntu-hu csatornán talál06:49
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: it is in my menu.lst but it still gets the kernel panic vfs error06:51
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> is it the correct bootable kind?06:51
ambari have selected No Proxy and tried connecting to yahoo. now the Pidgin is starts and getting closed within seconds!06:52
cvdany diference between sudo and gksudo?06:52
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: did you look through your /boot/grub/menu.lst, looking for "root"  drive entries? ie- are you sure those entries are correct, be it hd(0,0)  or 0,1  or 1,0  etc?06:52
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: it is the entry i just made06:52
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> you may have a vmlinuz or initrd image in /boot but if they are the wrong kind unbootable ones, will not work06:52
astro76!gksu | cvd06:52
ubotucvd: If you need to run graphical applications as root, use « gksudo », as it will set up the environment more appropriately. Never just use "sudo"! (See http://psychocats.net/ubuntu/graphicalsudo to know why)06:52
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: how do i know?06:52
soldatscvd: same thing but gksudo allows gui apps to be run as root06:52
cvdo ok06:53
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY it is the correct partition hd0,206:53
WGGMktesting WGGMk06:53
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY: for sda206:53
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: OK thanks.  Curious -- how many hard-drives you got in the case? assuming it's only one, right? what kind, scsi/sata/ide/etc?06:53
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: nvm - got it06:53
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> how did those multiple vmlinuz and inritrd.*.img .bak  get there?06:53
WGGMkhate to be a bother but can someone say my name in chat 106:53
soldatsWGGMk: ?06:53
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: i dont know06:53
WGGMksoldats: 1 more time plz06:54
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: maybe when i reinstalled grub?06:54
astro76WGGMk: #ubuntu-offtopic is a good place for further testing06:54
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> and thats the key, if you have the wrong kernel in there that is possibly not bootable, you get those panics06:54
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: I have a similar dual boot  setup I think... in that my partition for grub and /boot is /dev/sda206:54
WGGMkastro76: thnx & thnx soldats06:54
ambarwhat proxy should i select in order to get connected to yahoo server with Pidgin?06:55
jay-oh-enwhatare fun programs to learn in ubuntu06:55
jay-oh-enor linux06:55
amenadojay-oh-en-> you like java?06:55
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: u have kernel 2.6.20-16 and -1506:55
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> pastebin your menu.lst  and also contents of your /boot  or now  /mnt/boot06:56
FBERNHey anyone able to PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE help me with my laptop. I pretty much have a fresh install of Ubuntu and my X is messed up after I enable the restricted driver for nvidia so I can have accelerated graphics for desktop effects! PLEASE MESSAGE ME!06:56
elsenseihi all06:56
jay-oh-enamenado, yeah but i cant code it or wanything06:56
mib_hoimx7d7amenado i cant since i cant get on the internet on my broken computer?06:56
amenadojay-oh-en-> thats where the fun part begins, learning to code it06:56
jay-oh-enno to long06:56
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: however, my winblows partition is /dev/sda1 and some stuff is different....   here is my entry though in /boot/grub/menu.lst --->    root            (hd0,1)06:57
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> you can manually copy it over to pastebin?06:57
elsenseiqq guys, what is the basic package I need to compile some tar ball?06:57
astro76elsensei: build-essential06:57
elsenseijust build-essentials ???06:57
bluefoxxFBERN, start in recovery mode, log in as root, type in dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg06:57
FBERNbluefoxx now what06:57
mib_hoimx7d7amenado what part do you want to see im pretty familiar with menu.lst06:57
FBERNim new to linux btw06:57
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> i know its lots to ask from you, but having good info will make our suggestion better06:57
MGrundeMy screen just freaked out and now it looks like this: http://milencomputers.com/snapshot2.png Does anyone have any idea what's wrong?06:57
bluefoxxFBERN, follow what it asks of you06:58
elsenseiany other package needed from basic compilinf?06:58
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> the four lines you selected to boot..  the parameters06:58
elsenseiis make included in build-essentials/06:58
astro76elsensei: yes of course, besides that just see what errors you get when you compile06:58
FBERNI dont know my busid06:58
elsenseiok, I am gonna try just that one and see what happens06:59
astro76elsensei: it's build-essential06:59
elsenseitks astro76, I am gonna try06:59
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: root (hd0,2)      kernel /boot/vmlinuz-2.6.20-16-generic root (hd0,2) ro single       initrd /boot/initrd.img-2.6.20-16-generic06:59
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: the initrd file specified exists in /boot/07:00
amenadomib_hoimx7d7->  why do you have single? you want to be in single user mode?07:00
bluefoxxFBERN, just hit enter whear ur not sure, it should fill in a default, it does for me, and mine[the one i used this on] was ancaint[celeron@1ghz]07:01
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: i dont know it was already there07:01
ambari cannot get connected to Yahoo/MSN/gtalk with Pidgin. someone please HELP07:01
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: is it not necesary?07:01
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> what does your /mnt/boot/grub/device.map  content says?07:01
HemebondAlright, who's the idiot who pushed out a Flash update?07:01
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: (hd0)    /dev/sda07:02
dobblegowhen I type groups, I see that I am not in the group fuse, so I try to add myself to the group fuse, only to get a message that I am already in the group fuse, wtf? http://rafb.net/p/wcYwdo35.html07:02
jcambar, are you getting an error message? I'm connected to all three right now without trouble07:02
kavikwhy... helo..07:03
ambarit just say's " Failed to connect to server"07:03
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> do you see the stage1.5 in your /mnt/boot/grub?07:03
kavikis the live CD of Ubuntu supposed to be ridiculously slow?07:04
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: i see jfs_stage1_5  and reiserfs_stage1_507:04
xnuubuntu is slow07:04
bluefoxxkavik, only if u dont have a decent system07:04
fragged[away]kavik, as far as seek times, yes, because its searching on CD and its roughly 10mb/s wheras hdd is 60mb/s with ALOT faster seek times07:04
ambarjc, can you tell me the proxy settings that you are using?07:04
mib_hoimx7d7kavik how much ram do you have?07:05
bluefoxxkavik, eg: less than 256/512 mb ram and a old cpu[under 2 ghz]07:05
fragged[away]xnu, wrong, ubuntu and any other linux distro is slow if your too stupid to configure your system appropriately and correctly07:05
dobblegoyou're is the contractive form of you are07:05
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> how about  e2fs_stage1_5 and stage1 and stage207:05
kavikwell... (256MB of RAM) i'm trying to install ubuntu on the harddrive but it's going slower than windows vista with 64MB of RAM..07:05
jcambar, I'm not using a proxy07:05
xnup3 500mhz and 128mb ram07:05
mib_hoimx7d7try the alt text install cd07:05
fragged[away]bluefox83, reguardless, my dualcore laptop w/ 1gb of ram is slow under live CD's, I should find the parameter to pass complete system to ram :D07:05
kavikthe mouse will be free, but everything else is frozen.07:06
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: all those are there07:06
fragged[away]kavik, try using the alternate boot cd, I used that, but still likes to hang on certain sections which esc fixed07:06
kaviki can't07:06
jcambar, have you tried to restart pidgin?07:06
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: were you going to apt-get install pastebinit and paste us some output?07:07
kaviki ordered both CD's but one when i got it, was already cracked...07:07
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: i dont think its a problem with grub07:07
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> get into grub and point your root to hd0,2   hd0,2 is where your /boot is right? ie hda3?07:07
fragged[away]kavik, you can download them also07:07
ambarjc, thanks ! i got connected to MSN !!! :D07:07
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bluefoxxfragged[away], my main: celeron D@2.93 oced to 3.75ghz[tested stable] and 1.5 gigs of ram[used to be 256, then 768 now 1.5 gig]07:07
HemebondArgh! Zero Punctuation just published his COD4 review and Ubuntu updates have destroyed my Flash.07:07
kavikbut this computer can't burn .iso07:07
HemebondSomeone will PAY FOR THIS!07:07
FBERNbluefoxx can i msg u07:07
kavikhemebond, pay for what07:07
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xnuflash is useless anyway07:08
dobblegois it possible for a user to be in a group and not be in a group at the same time? http://rafb.net/p/wcYwdo35.html07:08
HemebondFor breaking me Flash.07:08
ambarjc, for yahoo also you are using No Proxy ?07:08
fragged[away]bluefoxx, I was referring to the fact that live cd's are slow reguardless07:08
xnuand cod sucks07:08
jcambar, yes07:08
Hemebondxnu, yes cod sucks.07:08
HemebondI want to watch the review.07:08
mib_hoimx7d7amenado:  in grub via terminal i can type root (hd0,   then tab and it shows my ext3 linux and #207:08
bluefoxxfragged[away], my "new"box consists of parts made from discards from school07:08
kavikfragged[away] so live CD's are slow nonetheless?07:08
xnujust ubuntu07:08
kavikfragged[away] how should i connect the harddrive to install ubuntu on it? i had it on slave....07:09
fragged[away]kavik, yes, unless you pass the entire disc to RAM they are relatively slow... like if you leave your system idle, even opening a menu can take 2-3 seconds while CD spins up07:09
bluefoxxkavik, generaly, depending on your parts, if you have a good cddive, then not so slow, but still slower than a desktop install07:09
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: the actual partitino is sda3 so that makes sense07:09
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> go and do it, assuming your /boot/initrd and /boot/vmlinuz are good ones07:09
kavikbluefoxx should i connect my harddrive that i wish to install ubuntu onto, in slave mode? or master?07:10
fragged[away]bluefoxx, ALL CD drives are slow... afaik CDs run at ~9mb/s, hard drives run at ~60+mb/s07:10
ambarjc, i selected No Proxy for yahoo too, it said it was connecting but suddenly after 1 or 2 seconds the program automatically closed!07:10
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: so im rebooting07:10
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> good luck07:10
bluefoxxkavik, i dont notice it as much but thats as i ran off a live cd for 4 months while i saved and scrounged for a new hdd after my 5th WD blew out07:10
fragged[away]kavik, it shouldnt matter so long as it boots from BIOS,07:10
xnuin slave if its the slave07:10
jcambar, what port was yahoo using?07:10
bluefoxxkavik, try cable select07:10
kavikbluefoxx what's cable select?07:10
WGGMkOk, so I narrowed my problem down to ALSA. OSS seems to work fine, as long as im only using it 1 application of course. But when using ALSA, after 1 thing that requires sound (IE: 1 full song, 1 message on pidgin, 1 error dialog box) it just doesnt work after that. I have also tried opening sound preferences and using the "Test" button, which will work, but after hitting OK on the small dialog box, and trying to Test it again (even the same one) it will NOT wor07:11
xnugrub will boot from a slave drive07:11
fragged[away]WGGMk, look at JACK or various other alternatives07:11
amenadobluefoxx-> my achilles are the ibm deathstarts, i must have six of those busted on me07:11
ambarjc, Pager Port: 5050 and File Transfer Port: 8007:11
xnuwell grub will boot anything if you know what you are doing07:11
bluefoxxkavik, the default setting harddrivees come in, usually the best choice if your not that farmilliar with hardwarez[but its what i specialize in]07:11
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: so it loaded past grub and to the part where its loading hardware07:11
jcambar, ok thats the same as mine07:11
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: and it stopped at Uniform CD-ROM driver revision 3.207:12
kavikbluefoxx ok cool.. think you can help me with a quick windows issue?07:12
fragged[away]bluefoxx, even if you know what your doing, IDE is a prick.... cable select wont work on some older mobos, LBA, master/slave just sucks, blah blah blah07:12
WGGMkfragged[away]: I would prefer to stick with ALSA, seeming as this was NOT an issue with Feisty07:12
amenadokavik  haha windows?07:12
bluefoxxamenado, hehe, i found a seagate 320 meg hdd that still works[not good for much, my broken mp3 player is better than it but...]07:12
fragged[away]WGGMk, JACK etc use alsa07:12
bluefoxxfragged[away], yes, ide sucks, sexy FTW07:12
horizxonhow do I find out what version of glibc I have?07:12
ambarjc, hmmm....whats the Encoding ?07:12
kavikamenado yeah, my friend prefers windows...07:12
bluefoxxkavik, try # windows or PM me, i knwo windows but not as well07:13
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xnuwindows rules07:13
kavikbluefoxx ok07:13
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: any ideas on why the bootup hangs?07:13
jcambar: ISO-8859-107:13
bluefoxxfragged[away], and by "sexy" i mean skuzzy, scsi, w/e u wanna call it07:13
xnueveryone knows ubuntu runs under windows07:13
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> so its stuck there forever? you may have a bad initrd or kernel07:13
fragged[away]bluefoxx, I prefer sata, so much more hawtness :D07:14
mib_hoimx7d7amenado it gets to loading the hard drive then the cr drive then stops07:14
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> maybe remove the cdrom? see if it overcomes it07:14
ambarjc, same here! Yahoo Japan is unchecked, Page server: scs.msg.yahoo.com, Japan Page Server: cs.yahoo.co.jp07:14
bluefoxxfragged[away], lol, guy sold me a bad sound card that ate my sata somehow...fried my cabel XD, got a free wifi card off of him though, and it works flawlessly in linux =D07:15
mib_hoimx7d7amenado now it says check root = bootarg cat /proc/cmdline or missing modules. devices cat /proc/modules ls /dev ALERT does not exist dropping to shell07:15
horizxonsorry i found out, its ls -al /lib/libc*07:15
jcambar, yep thats exactly what I've got - and you still can't connect07:15
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: cat /boot/grub/menu.lst | grep root  <----- do the entries just above the /vmlinuz lines say hd(0.2) in that output?07:15
* fragged[away] is *patiently* waiting for a new damn PCI SATA controller from ebay store, damn current file server SATA card doesnt like LBA :(07:16
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> thats beyond me now, i believe you have a bad initrd file07:16
jcambar, try changing the proxy back to either GNOME or environment07:16
=== co_gokil is now known as cHilla
bluefoxxa stroke of luck thats lasted the past few weeks, first that then a second comp[laptop] and a third, then free parts from school, now my grandfather and i got a new apartment all lined up =D[the tides have turned, maybe next my dad will start to talk to me and we'll actually get alongXD, not]07:16
* bluefoxx needs media for 'new' tape backup drive...wonder if any stores still sell it...07:17
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: cat /boot/grub/menu.lst | grep root  <----- do the entries just above the /vmlinuz lines say hd(0.2) in that output?07:17
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY im not in the live cd rifght now07:18
g-knowi am having error15: cannot find file07:18
BetaTestI was told that I can install new themes if I go under System>Preferences>Themes, but I don't have a Themes category there07:18
WGGMkfragged[away]: I fail to see how JACK can be an alternative to ALSA if JACK uses ALSA as their default i/o driver???07:18
HorizonXP!ubotu test07:18
bluefoxxlol, im running about 7 different programs at the same time and i havent touched the mouse in the past hour07:18
mib_hoimx7d7amenado: any i deas on where to go from here?07:19
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: ok thanks  - well I googled and a whole bunch of listings say that it might have /dev/had instead of /dev/sda in menu.lst, or that in /etc/fstab it might say /dev/sdb instead of /dev/sda -- stupid stuff like that.07:19
ambarjc, using GNOME it doesn't connect at all. using No Proxy/Environmental i've tried connecting  in Invisible mode, and it says "connecting" but within 2 seconds or so the program is automatically getting closed!07:19
amenadomib_hoimx7d7-> re-install07:20
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: http://help.lockergnome.com/linux/Installing-Debian-Dell-2950-ftopict284011.html07:20
xnuproxy smoxy07:20
jcambar, I'm out of ideas hopefully some with a better idea can chime in07:20
pocketdrummerIs there a way to force my mouse's sample rate to use 500?07:21
ambarjc, thanks a lot, at least the msn is getting connected now! :)07:21
bluefoxxis there any reason logitech-applet doesnt work?07:21
BetaTestI was told that I can install new themes if I go under System>Preferences>Themes, but I don't have a Themes category there. Any suggestions as to what I should do because clicking and dragging into the Appearances window doesn't cut it07:22
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: I think it's a botched character error in your grub stuff somewhere.07:23
BetaTestWhat do you propose I install?07:23
xnuapperance maybe to get themes?07:23
xnui don't use gnome07:23
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY i dont think it has to do with grub07:23
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: I've fixed that error before, but without having your output, seeing it all  visually, it's hard to really help07:23
ere4siBetaTest, if you look in the control panel for the main menu you should be able to add Themes to your menu07:23
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: what you do to the partition table, if backed up is always reversible...07:24
ere4siBetaTest, control center I meant :)07:24
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: you didn't say you deleted data, earlier - so what else did you do besides delete a partion?07:24
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: it was working fine before, then you changed one partition in gparted... then it broke?07:24
BetaTestSo ere4si, what would I be looking for? o.O07:25
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY just deleted a partition and then extended the ubuntu partition to cover it07:25
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: that should be reversible if you did not write any data in addition to that07:25
CreationistOkay, I have flashplugin-nonfree installed, but every Flash-based website still says I need Flash 8 or higher.. what gives?07:26
ubotuPlease don't use "LOL" and "OMG" and so forth on a regular basis. This is IRC, not IM, and using those lines on their own is not required, and it is rather annoying to the rest of the people in the channel; thanks.07:26
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: you'd need to first restore the partition table to what it was prior to extending it, ideally....07:26
ere4siBetaTest, an entry in the control center for "main menu" which will give you options to show on the menu different progs - if you go to prefs the entry for themes should be greyed out - click it to enable it07:26
xnuthanks ubotu bot master thing07:27
HemebondIRC gave birth to those acronyms.07:27
xnuits still im07:27
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY i guess i could but would that fix anything?07:27
ubotuPlease watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family friendly.07:27
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: but if you extended ubutnu over a partition you don't care for, you should be able to just do what you did, reinstall grub, make sure it's pointing to the correct partition and once all is lined up in menu.lst and /etc/fstab, you should be fine07:27
ubotuPlease don't use "LOL" and "OMG" and so forth on a regular basis. This is IRC, not IM, and using those lines on their own is not required, and it is rather annoying to the rest of the people in the channel; thanks.07:27
xnusee what freedom gives you07:27
HemebondWhat The Fridge07:27
xnurules and guidelines07:27
ubotuThe Ubuntu Code of Conduct to which we ask all Ubuntu users to adhere can be found at http://www.ubuntu.com/community/conduct/07:27
ubotuping yourself ;-) really the diodes all down my left side are sore07:28
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: it could fix everything, actually... depends what you're more  comfy with.07:28
xnuubotu is a fascist bot07:28
singlesunnow that ping is a nice one07:28
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ha - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi07:28
astro76!botabuse | AlexRox07:28
ubotuAlexRox: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (type also /msg ubotu Bot). Don't use commands in the public channels if you don't know if they really exist. Also avoid adding joke/useless factoids.07:28
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: some google results suggested changing the UUID=asdjjakjdkjad  to root=/dev/sda307:28
AlexRoxok...I got the point.07:28
* Creationist is a wing-a-ling dragon... how about you? ;)07:29
xnu!take it easy bot07:29
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: (in /etc/fstab and in the grub boot menu, if applicable)07:29
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY i did it in grub already but ill try fstab07:29
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: well good luck man - that partition recovery stuff should be well documented, even your vfs kernel panic is well documented - just a pain in the neck to filter out all the useless forum posts to something that matches your case exactly.07:30
AlexRoxI stopped using Ubuntu since the last time I did, the kernel crashed like a tonne of bricks07:30
ere4siBetaTest, do you have an entry for the control center in your menu?07:31
xnuubuntu is vapor ware07:31
singlesunvapor ware?07:32
xnuhere today gone tomorrow07:32
astro76that's not what vaporware means07:32
singlesunso then what remains?07:32
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY thats been the problem so far07:32
Sevensinsgood morning from gmoney07:32
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: grin07:33
badkittyxnu: nah i dont think so07:33
Sevensinsanyone here to help me with alsa problems?07:33
singlesunxnu, what remains then? personally ive had a much better experience with ubuntu than some other linux distros ;)07:33
xnucan't complain about that07:34
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singlesun;) and there is alot of nice ppl that back it up too... just look at the channel listing07:34
xopherHi, is it possible to overclock your cpu when using frequency scaling?07:34
xopherIm on a amd64 venice, with cool'n'quiet enabled, oc'd to 2.64ghz in bios, but 'performance' shows a 2.4ghz maximum07:34
xnuthere release cycle is screwed07:34
AlexRoxxopher, the info given by linux will always show the stock core speed07:34
ubotu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!07:35
AlexRoxI've tried OC'ing, I never get the OC readidng07:35
singlesunoops... i did the lol...07:35
xopherAlexRox, does this mean it's actually still overclocked when at 100%?07:35
mib_hoimx7d7karNY fstab doesnt say anything about my ubuntu partition07:35
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: which is your winbows partition again?07:35
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: sda1?07:35
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY its sda207:35
xnudidn't yo momma teach you about oc'ing07:35
AlexRoxxopher, it probably is overclocked, but most of the time, Linux fails to show the OC'd core speed.07:35
xopherAlexRox, is there a way to read the FSB in linux?07:35
AlexRoxNot to my knowledge.07:36
Sevensinsmy alsamixer doesnt save settings. my soundcard is an emu 0404 where you can adjust the samplerate but the alsamixer and the gnome-mixer dont save what i adjust there each time i reboot the system from a cold state it has lost all settings. where can that reason from?07:36
AlexRoxThere have been some CPUID clones, but none successful enough to reach RC07:36
xopherAlexRox, right, well when I didn't have cool'n'quiet enabled, freq scaling didn't work, but the cpufreq showed up correctly07:36
Sevensinsi found out that logginng out and in to gnome doesnt make me loose the settings its just once i shut down and boot up againn07:36
xnugoogle alsamixer?07:37
AlexRoxWouldn't know, My experience varys between IBM PPC and Intel cores.07:37
pocketdrummerhello everyone07:37
xnuarchlinux wiki07:37
xopherok, well thanks a lot07:37
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: does dmesg | frep sda    on live-cd  show your sda partitions?07:37
Sevensinsi checked that i have the proper rights for the dev files07:37
pocketdrummerIs there a way to change your keyboard layout? I have two versions added (qwerty and dvorak), but I'm not sure how I can switch between the two. Any suggestions?07:37
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: s/frep/grep/07:38
AlexRoxuse sax207:38
xopherIll just hold on to the illusion that my cpu is faster than it wants to tell me .. ;)07:38
Sevensinstherefore i had to add a group audio and i added myself plus root to this group07:38
xnujust get a blank keyboard and set your own key map07:38
Sevensinsbut still no effect07:38
AlexRoxpocketdrummer, SAX207:38
sky_So guys, is anyone else getting segfaults on npviewer.bin?07:39
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY says EXT2 FS on sda3, interal journaled07:39
Sevensinsxnu googling st is contraproductive since you can imaagine i already did so07:39
xnuwtf is npviewer.bin07:39
kaushalis LPI 199 a objective type exam07:39
sky_xnu: flashy goodness07:39
Hemebondxnu: plugin wrapper07:39
kaushalI mean Ubuntu Certified Professional07:39
xnuwhats flash07:39
krys2008hey can any one help me with installing Panda Desktop Secure For Linux?07:39
xnuthats gnu right07:40
xnugnu flash07:40
AlexRoxIf its Linux, doesn't it HAVE to be GNU?07:40
Hemebondxnu: your shoe-lases are undone.07:40
xnusorry my bad07:40
pocketdrummerWeird, xIRC crashed. Anyway, I'm not sure if anyone responded... Is there a way to change your keyboard layout from qwerty to dvorak and back whenever I feel the need?07:40
xnui don't have shoes07:40
HemebondAlexRox: No.07:40
xnui'm in the african jungle in my tree hut typing on my xio07:41
HemebondAlexRox: Linux is the kernel. GNU/Linux is an operating system.07:41
AlexRoxpm for explanation ?07:41
DezineHi, I installed Ubuntu from Kubuntu and then removed Kubuntu, now I can only login by typing startx. Any idea how to fix this?07:41
xopherAlexRox, dmidecode | grep External Clock07:41
xnuinstall gdm07:41
xopherand it seems it really is at 220 Mhz, instead of stock 20007:41
xnuor qingy07:41
xnu if your getty07:41
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: have you recently upgraded releases or kernels?07:41
blaydepocketdrummer, if you put the keyboard applet in the panel and mess w/ keyboard preferences you can do it - i have07:41
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY yes07:42
AlexRoxxopher, and that is?07:42
xopherThat's the Front Side Bus, AFAIK07:42
blaydepocketdrummer, thing is i need to put the letters on the keys so i can actually start learning dvorak07:42
AlexRoxthats impossible.07:42
xnu500mhz here07:42
AlexRoxMy FSB is 533...not 133...07:42
xnublazin fast07:42
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: ok - what was the upgrade to/from? feisty--gutsy, or kernel, etc? details?07:42
AlexRoxAlex-N1:/home/Alex # dmidecode | grep External07:42
AlexRox        External Clock: 133 MHz07:42
DezineAnybody know of a site that lists all the default software install on Ubuntu? I did it via  ubuntu-desktop and some things seem to be missing07:42
xnu640 k07:43
xopherAlexRox, hmm, well eh... ツ07:43
pocketdrummerUgh, xIRC crashed again. Who was I talking to?07:43
xnurockin twm in 8bit07:43
AlexRoxIm running a dell inspiron 6400 with a T245007:43
blaydepocketdrummer, i was saying some stuff - did you get it?07:43
xnuwith my 512 floppy07:43
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY upgraded fro 2.6.20-15 to -16 im still fiesty07:44
xnudoes anyones ubuntu install actually work07:44
AlexRoxeh, why wouldn't it?07:44
xnucause everyone has problems07:45
pocketdrummeryeah, I got it. Thanks man07:45
AlexRoxIn what areas?07:45
xnui never have problems07:45
AlexRoxI say SuSE for all Linux Newbies.07:45
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: I found two posts saying that it helped to dpkg-reconfigure..... a)    http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-27709.html07:45
xnuno ubuntu for all newbies07:45
DJAdmiralI say Ubuntu for all linux noobs.07:45
DJAdmiralThe support is amazing.07:45
AlexRoxI learnt Linux Through SuSE.07:46
DJAdmiralNot to mention the ease of use.07:46
badkittyI dont have problems07:46
AlexRoxEveryone has their own opinions07:46
DJAdmiralAlex, how many years have you been with Ubuntu?07:46
DJAdmiralI mean, Linux07:46
AlexRoxand I've given up this year.07:46
AlexRoxwith Linux itself?07:46
DJAdmiralWhy so07:46
AlexRox8 years07:46
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY i dont have access to internet on the computer will it still work?07:46
xnuday one07:46
AlexRoxIm 16 today.07:46
AlexRoxand still using07:47
stf_Hey all. Got a problem with Gutsy's usplash. The monitor natively uses 1280x768 (or 1365x768, not sure). I can't find a vga=*** code for that (except someone mentioned vga=797 which doesn't work). The closest I get is 1280x1024 (vga=795) but then the splash is distorted (shifted to downwards and to the right, and squashed vertically). I could use any pointers on that :)07:47
DJAdmiralSuse since 8?07:47
HemebondFixed my Flash. Solution is in the forums.07:47
xnuthats good for you07:47
DJAdmiralWish I was that lucky.07:47
AlexRoxSuSE since 707:47
AlexRoxYeah...well I've found one cool thing out...07:47
xnui use linux all day at work in a fortune 500 company07:47
AlexRoxwhen ever I have a problem in Windows...it keeps fucking me over.07:47
xnuwindows rules07:47
AlexRoxbut in Linux...I think of a solution in less time than it takes me to think of the problem!07:47
DJAdmiralubotu: language > AlexRox07:47
badkittyBoth OS's have their benefits07:47
xnuthere is no contest07:48
AlexRoxEh, sorry.07:48
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: yeah It basically talks about tons of stuff, but the guy got dpkg-reconfigure  [new.kernel.installed.xxxxx] to work07:48
hitguyyes .you are right07:48
AlexRoxTheres no contest07:48
AlexRoxbut in terms of being able to move in a world without walls...07:48
AlexRoxwho wins?07:48
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY ok im trying it07:48
ubotu#ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!07:48
xnuthats right07:49
DJAdmiralI've been with Linux for about 3 years now, first used Fedora/Red Hat for a while, then moved on and actually learned Linux with Ubuntu since 5.0407:49
krys2008any one know how to install Panda DesktopSecure For Linux ubuntu 7.10?07:49
DJAdmiralAnd I managed to make my own distro from scratch last year :)07:49
xnugood for you07:49
AlexRoxIm learning python soon07:49
badkittyFor a basic computer user windows is by far better, but for anyone who wants to go beyond surfing myspace making pretty word documents.. linux is the way to go07:49
DJAdmiraland I'm 18 now.07:49
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: also - the guy in that post had added a repository before installing the kernel... he ended up having to make all the repositories match the same release/level that he wanted to stick with, obviously, he had to satisfy dependencies07:50
xnuall this windows bashing07:50
AlexRoxHa its not windows bashing...07:50
astro76!ot | AlexRox xnu DJAdmiral07:50
ubotuAlexRox xnu DJAdmiral: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!07:50
DJAdmiralAlex, let's go to the offtopic channel?07:50
xnuwin95 rulez07:50
AlexRoxOk ok...07:50
badkittyxnu: I dualboot winxp and linux .. Im not bashing it, it is very simple to use and powerful07:50
DJAdmiralSorry guys :P07:50
AlexRoxLets talk more in #ubuntu-offtopic07:50
mib_hoimx7d7kalrNY well it said it generated a new initrd img so im gunna reboot07:50
xnuits ok badkitty07:51
xnui don't use windows07:51
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: sweet, gluck07:51
xnumy son does07:51
xnuhe's 507:51
badkittyxnu: I boot to linux 97% of the time though07:51
xnuit plays his games07:51
xnuthough he does like supertux07:52
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about supertux - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi07:52
NilsEWhy is that IRSeekBot in every channel all of a sudden? And everyone accepts this privacy violation? Are you getting paid to let it be here and gather information or something?07:52
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: here's another post (sorry I know you can't access the net from the failed PC) but it has step by step kernel/initrd change instructions -- mentioned same VFS kernel panic error as you did -- http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-27709.html07:52
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY looks like its hanging at the same spot07:52
singlesunNilsE, good question ;)07:52
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: dang, sorry to hear that.07:53
crdlbNilsE: the ubuntu channels have always been publically logged07:53
NilsESoon Googlebot will join too...07:53
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: did you change your /etc/apt/sources.list prior to installing the newer lernel?07:53
NilsEI don't want some asshole profiting from my embarrasing IRC quotes...07:53
astro76!language | NilsE07:54
ubotuNilsE: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family friendly.07:54
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: *kernel07:54
astro76NilsE: then don't speak in a public channel07:54
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY no07:54
xnutin foil works07:54
hantunot sure if this is the right place to ask, does kde-core and kdm gives you a working kde environment?07:54
astro76hantu: best bet is kubuntu-desktop07:54
NilsE1140 users?!07:54
NilsEThis must be the biggest IRC channel ever...07:54
Webuhantu, https://help.ubuntu.com/community/InstallingKDE?highlight=%28kde%29 :)07:54
xnuyou are correct sir07:55
FBERNanyone here use nvidia proprietary driver and get BLACK SCREEN?07:55
ethan_hi room07:55
hantuastro76: kubuntu-desktop gives me a lot of applications i don't want07:55
stf_FBERN: what wm?07:55
xnuthen remove them07:55
hantui just want a working desktop, without those applications07:55
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: can you apt-get install initrd-tools, then apt-get install the former kernel -- and apt-get remove the newer kernel -- revert?07:55
xnuuse openbox07:55
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY nope caus i cant get on the internet :(07:56
astro76hantu: well you could remove the meta-package and remove what you don't want, or, look at the dependency list as a reference07:56
crdlbhantu: see Webu's link07:56
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: sorry man but without seeing it all I'm shooting in the dark now.07:56
icedteawhere can I get a ubuntu package without using apt-get? I need to download vim on a machine with no internet connection but through a flash drive07:56
stf_Hey all. Got a problem with Gutsy's usplash. The monitor natively uses 1280x768 (or 1365x768, not sure). I can't find a vga=*** code for that (except someone mentioned vga=797 which doesn't work). The closest I get is 1280x1024 (vga=795) but then the splash is distorted (shifted to downwards and to the right, and squashed vertically). I could use any pointers on that :)07:56
mkquistlast night i d/l the 'update' of the Flash, now flash won't play?  Is there a prob w/the new one? cause mine was working07:56
stf_Also, is /etc/usplash.conf ever read by usplash?07:56
astro76icedtea: http://packages.ubuntu.com07:56
karlNYmib_hoimx7d7: good luck07:57
hantux-window-system-core kde-core and kdm will do, thanks.07:57
cMadI heard folks complaining about the flash update last night - that it broke flash completely - anyone know if it's ok? I haven't updated yet07:57
icedteaastro76: thanks man07:57
xnui don't use flash07:57
xnuis it broke?07:57
cMadxnu: I don't like to :)07:57
stf_cMad: someone complained about that just before you joined07:58
hantuumm.. konqueror etc comes with kdebase which is in kde-core ;\07:58
cMadstf_: cheers, I'll hold off for now then07:58
mib_hoimx7d7karlNY yeah i know07:59
mib_hoimx7d7KarlNY im going to try and make the partition table the same07:59
astro76hantu: I believe konqueror is responsible for the desktop in kde... you should ask in #kubuntu07:59
Alohawhat is better, evolution or thunderbird?07:59
singlesunany idiots guide to connecting to a wpa secured access point?07:59
astro76hantu: or #kde07:59
mkquistcMad: its broke07:59
astro76!best | Aloha08:00
ubotuAloha: Usually, there is no single "best" application to perform a given task. It's up to you to choose, depending on your preferences, features you require, and other factors. Do NOT take polls in the channel. If you insist on getting people's opinions, join #ubuntu-bots and ask there.08:00
ubotuTo install Flash see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats/Flash (for !Dapper and !Edgy, a recent version is available in !backports) - See also !Restricted and !Gnash08:00
xnuwhich is best ubotu or ubotu08:00
WGGMkWhat would cause my wireless card to NOT be recognized by Ubuntu anymore? Was working in 7.04 & 7.10 (via RDM in 7.10, but now does not show in RDM)08:00
singlesunany guide for connecting to wpa secured access points?08:01
astro76!wifi | singlesun08:01
ubotusinglesun: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs08:01
AlexRoxsinglesun, aircrack-ng08:01
cMadmkquist: thanks, that article appears to suggest using the proposed repo, bit concerned about that breaking other bits though, what do you think?08:01
astro76cMad: enable the repo, install flash, then disable the repo08:01
singlesunAlexRox, i have some issues with air and my card.... when i was using bt2... hence the reason im trying with ubuntu ;)08:02
xnuexctly why ubuntu needs a rolling release with stable an unstable branches08:02
AlexRoxheh cool08:02
astro76xnu: that's debian08:02
cMadalright, thanks astro76 / everyone08:02
astro76exactly, so what's your point? :p08:02
xnuso you get everything set up and then the next version comes out and breaks what worked before?08:03
astro76pick the one you prefer, half the reason for ubuntu was a regular fixed release08:03
astro76xnu: generally the update works fine, here you see only those with problems08:03
xnui'm glad i never have problems08:04
astro76and of course the problems are usually related to proprietrary wireless drivers or proprietary 3d drivers which the community can't do much about08:05
xnui see the point08:05
xnuso is it an upgrade or a new release08:06
astro76xnu: you can upgrade from release to release08:07
xnulike arch or debian08:07
astro76or you can upgrade from LTS release to LTS release which will be about 3 years apart assuming 8.04 is LTS08:07
astro76it's mostly debian08:07
astro76many packages are unmodified08:08
xnuso whats modified08:08
astro76too much to list here and ot08:08
sananebemay anybody help me about my HD Audio??? i habe no sound and no kn0owledge about linux :(08:09
FC|Kaseihi, i'd like to install ubuntu 7.10 on an athlon 900MHz 512MB ram pc. live-cd starts regular, when i choose start and install ubuntu, the loadingscreen appears, after 5-10 sec. a black screen apears and nothing happens. is that pc to old ?08:09
xnujust wait08:09
sky_can anyone tell me how to fix this segfault problem with flash ?08:09
FC|Kaseii waited 30 min08:10
astro76FC|Kasei: no, but you might try the alternate install cd08:10
Invert314how do I get xterm to print my CPU specifications?08:10
xnuget the flash plugin from adobe and put it in .mozilla/plugins08:10
xnui donno08:10
stf_Hey, is there a vga=*** kernel option corresponding to 1366x768?08:10
astro76Invert314: cat /proc/cpuinfo08:10
xnuthere are vga table on the internet08:10
Invert314ty astro7608:10
sananebehey stf_ try editing /etc/X11/xorg.conf08:11
prakritiI can't seem to boot my 7.10 cd08:11
sananebewith super user08:11
prakritiit keeps dropping me to busybox08:11
xnuits ok08:11
stf_xnu: yep, but it only has the 4 common resolutions: 640x480, 800x600, 1024x768 and 1280x1024.08:11
xnubusybox is good08:11
prakritithe same disk works on my girls box08:11
DJAdmiralAlright, as much as I hate saying this08:11
DJAdmiralI need to make a partition for windoze08:11
prakritiI'm sure its a sata iisue08:11
stf_sananebe: I'm setting up a bootsplash, so X is irrelevant here08:11
DJAdmiral*flinches severely*08:11
xnuwelcome back dj08:11
DJAdmiralI need to dual-boot temporarily, and right now I have two partitions on my disk, one ext3 for ubuntu, and one swap08:12
xnuxp rulez08:12
pigorhello. is there a good documentation how to patch a package xy?08:12
stf_pigor: what?08:12
pigor"apt-get source ..." and then ?08:12
xnuso resize the ext3, create a new ntfs in its place and install windows08:13
stf_pigor: `apt-get source somepackage` gets you the source for somepackage08:13
xnuthen reinstall grub08:13
xnuapt-get windows08:13
pigorI want to modify the source and build a new package or just a patch file or08:13
FC|Kaseiwhy should the alternate cd work, but the live cd not? is there an option to see the loading sequence and not the loading screen?08:13
badkittyDJAdmiral: Why not virtualbox?08:13
sananebedoes anybody know anything how to get the latest ALSA in development stage? (not by using synaptics, i need the daily snapshots)08:14
stf_FC|Kasei: try pressing Escape while booting08:14
FC|Kaseii did^^08:14
TaintedTuxI cant get MPD to read the music I copied from my ext.HD to my music directory, and none of my music at all shows up in Sonata...any ideas?08:14
xnui d/l windows server 2008 just for laughs08:14
FC|Kaseimaybe i was to slow, because the blackscreen appears08:14
pigorin the case that i discover a bad thing in a package ... how can i modify the source and send my modifications to the communitya?08:15
astro76!wiki | pigor08:15
ubotupigor: http://wiki.ubuntu.com - Ubuntu development documentation wiki. If you are looking for system help, please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community - the Ubuntu community documentation.08:15
xnuFC maybe try the safe graphics mode on the live cd08:15
FC|Kaseiok will do08:16
pigorubotu: thanks, i will try out ...08:16
xnu!wiki | astro7608:16
ubotuastro76: http://wiki.ubuntu.com - Ubuntu development documentation wiki. If you are looking for system help, please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community - the Ubuntu community documentation.08:16
sananebedoes anybody know anything how to get the latest ALSA in development stage? (not by using synaptics, i need the daily snapshots)08:16
astro76xnu: please don't08:16
AlexRoxgoogle alsa08:16
xnu!wiki | ubotu08:16
ubotuubotu: http://wiki.ubuntu.com - Ubuntu development documentation wiki. If you are looking for system help, please refer to https://help.ubuntu.com/community - the Ubuntu community documentation.08:16
abhi_anyone know how i can get the db_stat utility on gutsy?08:16
astro76!botabuse | xnu08:16
ubotuxnu: Please investigate with me only in /msg or in #ubuntu-bots (type also /msg ubotu Bot). Don't use commands in the public channels if you don't know if they really exist. Also avoid adding joke/useless factoids.08:16
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about db_stat - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi08:16
xnuyou have to be kidding08:17
Invert314I think my CPU supports SVM, it's just that either: (a) I haven't enabled SVM in my BIOS or (b) I haven't compiled a kernel which includes support for SVM or (c) maybe I need to do both. My questions, therefore, are: (1) what should I look for and where in my BIOS to enable SVM, and (2) where in the kernel do I enable SVM?08:18
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xnueast coast rules08:18
astro76!ot | xnu08:19
ubotuxnu: #ubuntu is the Ubuntu support channel, #ubuntu+1 supports the development version of Ubuntu and #ubuntu-offtopic is for random chatter. Welcome!08:19
xnuman you guys are hard08:19
astro76xnu: this channel is Ubuntu support only08:19
abhi_can anyone tell me why db_stat isn't there on ubuntu and how can i get it?08:20
xnueast coast ubuntu club duh08:20
AlexRoxdon't they use ubuntu on the east coast?08:20
xnushow your colors08:20
xnuthey all you unixware08:20
xnui can haz ubotu08:21
astro76!ops | xnu08:21
ubotuxnu: Help! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos, tonyyarusso, PriceChild, Amaranth, jrib, jenda, nixternal, Myrtti, mneptok, Pici or Jack_Sparrow!08:21
elkbuntuxnu, are you going to start behaving, or do i need to kick you?08:21
Invert314hi sky_08:21
xnu911 i'm gettin kicked i can feel it08:21
xnubye elky08:21
Invert314sky_, i'm trying to get kvm working08:22
Invert314more information here: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=53669108:22
Deccoanyone care to help me a little with ati x1600 drivers.. trying to play wow in ubuntu 7.1008:22
jay-oh-en!desktop effects08:22
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about desktop effects - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi08:22
ubotuDesktop Effects are supported on graphics cards that use the default Intel and ATI drivers and the restricted !NVIDIA drivers, except for the following, which are blacklisted due to stability/compatibility issues: Intel 965, ATI Rs480 and Rv350, ATI Mobility x300, x600 and x700 - Join #compiz-fusion for anything not officially supported by Ubuntu08:23
johansjawhat is it so good about ubuntu over pclinuxos?08:23
johansjaanyone converted from pclos?08:23
jay-oh-enbut i never used pclinuxos alot08:23
jay-oh-enlike i do ubuntu08:23
johansjajay-oh-en: why?08:24
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto08:24
dbgiwhats pclos?08:24
johansjadbgi: pclinuxos08:24
lazy247xneed help with GFXboot08:24
lazy247xGFXboot failure to read splash image??08:25
johansjawhat is ubuntu's strength?08:25
dbgijohansja, oh ok thanks :)08:25
Deccojay-oh-en: it's installed, but not in use.. it says.. used the driver from ati.com08:26
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jay-oh-enDecco, im trying to get desktop effects working08:27
Deccooh.. nevermind me then :_D08:27
Duskinwow theres alot of people in here08:28
Duskinanyone know if world of warcraft works on ubuntu?08:28
Duskinusing WINE preferebly08:28
Deccoit works yeah.08:29
Deccoi also try to make it work..08:29
Duskindoes it run slower on linux?08:30
sintheteki recently saw an article about gaming in linux/wine being better than with vista08:32
Slartsinthetek: don't believe everything you read.. not saying it's wrong though =)08:32
iiPingpipz... question where can i find the application developer channel08:33
Slartsinthetek: but if I had to chose gaming on ubuntu or gaming on vista.. I'd chose vista08:33
sinthetekSlart: you would probably know better than me, i don't game...08:33
Slartsinthetek: the guy that chose 5 games? way to be thorough =)08:33
Duskini just want to be able to play WoW is all08:33
Duskinand hopefully as fast if not faster then on my vista08:34
Duskincuz i get low fps as it is08:34
sinthetekSlart: but i've heard similar experience even in comparison with xp over the years (on specific hardware/game combos anyway) and considering vista's resource usage it wouldn't surprise me at all08:34
sinthetekheard of similar experiences*08:34
SlartI think wow is pretty well supported... there is a lot of people out there that want it to work08:34
iiPingetqw is running great on the platform08:34
Slartsinthetek: gaming on linux vs gaming on xp.. there I can tell you.. xp wins.. hands down, blindfolder.. it still wins08:35
Duskinok well i guess the only thing i can do is try it out08:35
zhDoes ubuntu have good firewall08:35
Slartsinthetek: wine runs few games good.. some games run with bad performance.. and many games don't run at all08:35
Slartzh: yes08:35
ubotuCompiz (compositing window manager) and XGL (X server architecture layered on top of OpenGL) - Howto at http://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager - help in #compiz-fusion08:36
iDivine_I was wondering, Why I can't view certain embedded .wmv videos?08:37
Slartgr | blackjohn08:37
Slart!gr | blackjohn08:37
ubotublackjohn: #ubuntu-gr και #kubuntu-gr για Έλληνες χρηστές  /  #ubuntu-gr kai #kubuntu-gr gia Ellhnes xrhstes08:37
sinthetekSlart: overall i don't doubt your right, but i'm sure there are/were some exceptions to the rule with xp and i would be surprised if there weren't even more in regards to vista08:38
SlartiDivine_: what player do you use?08:38
iDivine_G something..08:38
iDivine_G something..08:38
blackjohnkalimera se oloys sas08:39
Slartsinthetek: yes.. there are always exceptions... vista breaks some older games.. drivers need some work etc08:39
iDivine_I was wondering, Why I can't view certain embedded .wmv videos?08:39
SlartiDivine_: gxine?08:39
sinthetekand the whole..."needing 4x more resources" thing...08:39
iDivine_Umm, I think so...08:39
SlartiDivine_: try opening those same wmv's with VLC.. see if it works there08:40
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tazhi guy08:40
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tazhow i can get wobbly or cube ??08:40
iDivine_I actually use..08:40
iDivine_totem-plugin-viewer 2.20.008:40
Slarttaz: ask in #compiz-fusion08:40
tazany one can help me please08:40
iDivine_I actually use..08:40
iDivine_totem-plugin-viewer 2.20.008:41
tazok thanks i try08:41
SlartiDivine_: ah.. embedded movies in webpages?08:41
Duskindoes ubuntu support multiple videocards/monitors?08:41
sinthetekmy first/only experience with vista, i was helping a friend pick out a new system... he had a particular store in mind and the best hardware we saw was amd x2 5200 systems (though they had vista pre-installed)08:41
SlartiDivine_: well.. those don't work reliably for me either.. don't know why08:41
sinthetekwe went through 2 of the same model before we went with a core-duo model with half resources because the better hardware wouldn't stay booted08:41
iDivine_Is that a thing that only Ubuntu?08:42
haimhi anybody else experienced segfault when running 'depmod -a' (for the new kernel upgrade)?08:42
SlartDuskin: dual monitors work but you'll have to do some work to get there.. dual video-cards.. I have no idea08:42
iDivine_Is that a thing that only Ubuntu does?..08:42
Slartsinthetek: it's sad really... we wouldn't accept that in a car.. but with computers we do08:43
Duskinwell i have dual video cards right now (not SLI or crossfire) with one monitor each, would that work?08:43
SlartiDivine_: don't know.. it was a long time since I ran anything else than ubuntu08:43
sinthetekSlart: i don't, haha :P. i suspect it might be related to some secret ms/intel conspiracy, hah08:43
zarykhello! What do you think of creating a speakers configuration tool for Ubuntu? I've heard that the padevchooser will have that feature in the future.08:44
iDivine_Sigh.. So, You mean, I can't watch embedded web pages videos?08:44
SlartDuskin: I don't know.. I haven't tried it myself08:44
Invert314sinthetek, are you the same sinthetek from the indymedia network? lol08:44
Slartsinthetek: hehe.. indeed08:44
Duskinok well i guess i can try it08:44
sinthetek(or negligence of 'cheaper' consumers who buy amd hardware more often in hopes of not delaying vista's release again :P)08:44
iDivine_Sigh.. So, You mean, I can't watch embedded web pages videos?08:44
sinthetekInvert314: haha, whatup, homie?08:44
SlartiDivine_: well.. you said it yourself.. you can watch some of them =)08:44
sinthetekdeja vu, eh?08:45
SlartiDivine_: no need to repeat everything..08:45
iDivine_I did? IT's like SUPER poor quality..08:45
iDivine_on 56k..08:45
prakritiif i'm going to clone a drive with dd, what blocksize would be optimal?08:45
FC|Kaseiok, starting with save grafic mode didn't work either, 10 min blackscreen. i did alt+strg+entf to restart, starting without quiet option, the same, first the loading screen  (4 lines 3ok) the screen went black08:45
Invert314let's talk in #indymedia, it's less chaotic08:45
SlartiDivine_: you might be able to tweak it.. or install some extra stuff.. I don't know really... I don't watch many embedded wmv-movies so I haven't really looked into it08:47
FC|Kaseiso why does the lince cd doesn't work08:47
tazwhich one terminal i sholud using for compiz-fusion ??08:47
PhildoHeyas - problem, when i enable any visual effects settings, i lose all my window title bars... everything used to be fine, but today theyve disappeared..08:47
iDivine_Wow, I would think an OS like Ubuntu, would have SOMETHING, to watch embedded videos.08:47
Slarttaz: /join #compiz-fusion08:47
SlartiDivine_: I think wmv is a closed/proprietary format.. might have something to do with it08:48
ghettoim havinf this problem, i cant install ubuntu, the cd loads the installation interface and all, but then when the ubuntu bar is loading nothing happens :/08:48
tazjust like this /join #compiz-fusio  or  #compiz-fusio08:48
FC|Kaseiidivine i can watch videos on webpages with ubuntu08:48
SlimGIs the pacakges ndisgtk and ndiswrapper provided by ubuntu 7.10 out-of-box?08:48
iDivine_.wmv formats?08:48
iDivine_or Real?..08:48
Slarttaz: just type "/join #compiz-fusion".. without the ""08:48
FC|Kaseilive streams although08:49
zhmplayer can play wma?my can't08:49
FC|Kaseican you watch normal wmv ?08:49
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/FreeFormats08:49
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/FreeFormats08:50
ubotuSome things are inappropriate for #ubuntu. Controversial topics, which always turn into flamewars: war, race, religion, politics (unless related to software licencing), gender, sexuality, drugs, questionable legal activities, removing of oneself from the planet (except by space or time travel) are not for here, perhaps #off-topic or ##politics. Microsoft software in ##windows (Please note Freenode Policy) - Thanks.08:50
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PhildoGuys - when i enable any visual effects settings, i lose all my window title bars... they were there ~a week ago, but disappeared now for some reason - any ideas?08:50
tazit said no such file08:50
Kevin`is there a way to have networkmanager manage a network connection on another computer through ssh or something? i'm using an access point connected via usb ethernet for access08:51
ghettoim havinf this problem, i cant install ubuntu, the cd loads the installation interface and all, but then when the ubuntu bar is loading nothing happens :/08:51
Slarttaz: just type it here.. in the irc-client08:51
Slarttaz: it's another irc-channel08:51
AlexRoxNope Kevin`08:51
Kevin`AlexRox :(08:51
AlexRoxNetwork manager is for the specific machine08:51
AlexRoxBut hey, its linux08:51
Kevin`any suggestions on a good method to do this?08:51
AlexRoxKeep looking, there is an alternative somewhere08:51
cornishmanKevin: look at webmin08:51
FC|Kaseimy problem, i'd like to install 7.10 on an athlon 900mhz 512 mb ram, GForce 2 32 mb grafics, but live cd doesn't work (black screen after loading screen)08:52
Kevin`webmin does wireless scanning/config?08:52
AlexRoxNo drivers?08:52
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doktoreashello everybody08:52
doktoreasanyone can suggest a syslog server to get log from syslogd?08:52
AlexRoxretr /var/log/syslog08:52
FC|Kaseiatm im downloading alternate cd, but will gnome work with installed ubuntu, when live cd doesn't?08:52
doktoreasfrom remote08:52
AlexRoxah, my bad08:53
doktoreaslike wiki08:53
AlexRoxno clue =)08:53
Kevin`doktoreas the normal syslog server can do this, just enable it08:53
kahrytanghetto->  errors?08:53
ice63is there a way to get my ati driver installed ?08:53
Duskini had to do the same for my pc to install it08:53
doktoreasKevin`, in deafult installation?08:53
tazwherei can find it irc-channel08:53
Kevin`doktoreas yes, I believe so.08:53
Duskinit wouldnt load livecd but worked with alternate fine08:53
FC|Kaseiok,so why doesn't the live cd work?08:54
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about formats - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi08:54
Kevin`doktoreas google 'remote sysklogd' (the program) or similar08:54
FC|Kaseiwell i will see08:54
ubotuPartitioning programs: !GParted or QTParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in !GNOME under !Dapper: System -> Administration -> Disks - For !Edgy and later, see !fstab and !DiskMounter08:54
Kevin`cornishman doesn't look like webmin has an openwrt package08:55
cornishmanKevin: your question didn't indicate that you were looking for that08:56
Kevin`cornishman well, are you sure it does wireless? I wouldn't want to install it manually unless I knew it worked08:57
miss_sunshineman or command08:57
cornishmanIt provides an interface to network administration facilities over ssh tunneling, which at a quick glance I thought you were after.08:58
Kevin`cornishman 'networkmanager' is the little gui program that manages network connections client side08:59
rian hiiiiiiiiiiiiiii09:00
coolbhaviany divx players for ubuntu?09:02
gatenim having trouble w/ sudo. i've edited the sudoers file to contain this line: 'gaten ALL= NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/firefox' as i want to run firefox as a different user via 'sudo -u' without having to enter a password, but everytime i run 'sudo -u ff -H /usr/bin/firefox' i still have to enter a password. any ideas?09:02
FC|Kasei!divx | coolbhavi09:03
ubotucoolbhavi: 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/FreeFormats09:03
Kevin`coolbhavi all the normal players, if you install codecs09:03
bullgard4[HTML] What does '<dt> string </dt>' stand for?09:03
Kevin`don't see much divx anymore though, usually xvid09:03
mib_hoimx7d7i think my initrd is broken since my ubuntu install only gets part of the way through bootup. is there any way to fix this without a internet connection?09:04
AlexRoxim off09:05
lillpelleoh, I read topic. I got a new flash this morning (1 hour ago), and that one is broken. Do you mean that that one is fixed?09:05
elmargolgaten: try 'sudo - -u ff -H -- /usr/bin/firefox'09:05
gatenelmargol: nope09:06
astro76gaten: you want su, not sudo09:06
astro76gaten: sudo is super user do09:06
gatenastro76:  sudo -u runs the command as another user09:07
regiusHi can I make virtualbox ose sleep in the background?09:07
mib_hoimx7d7i think my initrd is broken since my ubuntu install only gets part of the way through bootup. is there any way to fix this?09:08
astro76gaten: I see09:08
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bentob0xanybody knows why Photoshop under wine can't read/use the .pfb fonts that are installed system-wide?09:10
PeanutGood morning - I have a bit of an Ubuntu Emergency - when I try to boot into Ubuntu, all it will say is "GRUB" and a flashing cursor. This is a MacBookPro with MacOSX and Ubuntu installed. Yesterday I shrank the MacOSX partition by 5GB, then allocated that space to my Ubuntu single partition using Gparted. Worked like a charm, booted well for both Linux and MacOSX.09:11
astro76bentob0x: because anything win only sees the fake windows directory under ~/.wine/09:11
astro76bentob0x: *anything wine09:11
PeanutBut then I ran out of the extra 5GB too, and now I can't boot Ubuntu at all anymore :-(09:11
astro76Peanut: boot with a livecd and delete some files09:12
Peanutastro76: oh, there is diskspace aplenty on the Ubuntu again - but I fear that having the disk full and the boot area in the middle of that 5GB disk killed my bootloader in some way.09:13
zetheroocan I get USB working in Virtual Box?09:13
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PeanutBecause I grew the Ubuntu partition downwards, so to say, which Gparted supports just fine.09:13
ogrehow do i run a command as root on a usb stick?09:14
Peanutogre: if you mean you booted from that stick and it has no users configured: just 'sudo bash'.09:14
ogrePeanut:  no im actually trying to set boot on that stick using a script09:15
PeanutThen I'm afraid I didn't understand your question, please try again :-)09:15
PeanutI have just booted with the live CD. My Ubuntu partition on the HD still has 1.24GiB available.09:16
PeanutWhat would I need to do to get it bootable again?09:16
ogrei am trying to run a script on a usb stick but ubuntu says i dont have permissions09:16
ghettoPeanut try here09:16
Kevin`Peanut chroot and run grub-install09:17
Peanutogre: Try copying the script from the USB to your homedir? Perhaps the stick is mounted without execute or suid permissions?09:17
PeanutKevin`: ah, good plan. Should I run a fsck first?09:18
ghettoPeanut try here http://support.microsoft.com/ph/297109:18
Kevin`Peanut probably a good idea09:18
Kevin`blah blah?09:18
PeanutOk, here goes nothing.. wish me luck ;-)09:18
ogrePeanut:  well i dont want to copy it because im trying to make the USB stick bootable itself09:19
ghettoall the problems are solved here09:19
astro76!ops | ghetto09:19
ubotughetto: Help! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos, tonyyarusso, PriceChild, Amaranth, jrib, jenda, nixternal, Myrtti, mneptok, Pici or Jack_Sparrow!09:19
Kevin`ogre do it as root (sudo script or sudo -i)09:20
ghettoKevin` u may wan to chek here09:21
Kevin`ghetto why?09:21
PeanutKevin: when I chroot, I don't have /dev/sda3 on the chrooted filesystem - should I use the --root-directory argument to grub-install instead?09:21
mib_hoimx7d7whats the command to create a new initrd?09:22
Kevin`Peanut you can, yes, if you have grub on the host filesystem09:22
Kevin`Peanut otherwise mount -o bind /dev /mnt/chroot/dev09:22
ogreKevin`:  tyvm09:22
PeanutKevin: I'd hope so, that's my Ubuntu I'm trying to revive.09:22
ghettoogre u may want to check here dude09:22
ogreyeah pretty trollish09:24
ghettoi want to be a ROFLCOPTER09:24
PeanutHey nemilar - I take back the message I sent you yesterday, now it won't boot anymore, just says GRUB :-)09:24
ghettomaybe i should try here09:24
ghettoto microsoft.com spammer useless09:24
astro76!ops | ghetto09:24
compwiz18ubotu died.09:25
ghettoif u wanna know how to fic ubotu u may want to chek here www.adobe/ubuntu09:26
ubotughetto: Help! Channel emergency! (ONLY use this trigger in emergencies) - Mez, LjL, elkbuntu, imbrandon, DBO, gnomefreak, Hobbsee, rob, ompaul, Madpilot, Seveas, CarlK, crimsun, ajmitch, tritium, Nalioth, thoreauputic, apokryphos, tonyyarusso, PriceChild, Amaranth, jrib, jenda, nixternal, Myrtti, mneptok, Pici or Jack_Sparrow!09:26
ubotuHi! Welcome to #ubuntu!09:26
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about died. - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi09:26
Kevin`I find it hard to believe there are people stupid enough to be spammers/trolls09:26
mib_hoimx7d7i think my initrd is broken since my ubuntu install only gets part of the way through bootup. is there any way to fix this?09:26
ghettospammers, u may want to chek it out here www.linux.org/windowsinstall09:27
mhaOn a 7.10 system my RAID-1 resync speeds goes from 40MB/s on a 2.6.17 to 6MB/s and VERY unresponsitive system with a 2.6.22 (gusty stock) or 2.6.24 (hardy stock).09:27
mhaQuite modern computer, P4 3.06GHz, SATA-drives, ICH7 chipsets etc.09:27
FC|Kaseiits nice that you can ignore people09:28
elkbuntuFC|Kasei, yeah, but doesnt mean you should have to09:28
compwiz18its nice we keep ops around to get rid of them too :) (btw, thanks elkbuntu)09:28
Kevin`mha is the disk itself working at the proper speed? maybe dma got disabled or something sillt09:28
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PengIs it possible to get Ubuntu to stop screwing with my /etc/resolv.conf?09:29
mhaKevin`: afaik DMA cannot be set on SATA drives (hdparm dosen't have the field). However read/write speeds to the single discs are seemingly having good performance on both 2.6.{17,22}.09:29
PengI don't want to use the prepend-hosts or whatever thing because I have comments in it.09:29
mhaKevin`: when the kernel is upgraded, the raid resync sucks. :)09:29
Kevin`mha make 2.6.24 stock and report to lkml09:29
NoiseFreeI'm tyring to find live cd ubuntu. Is this the regular desktop cd? or ..?09:29
compwiz18Peng: if you have your heart set on keeping it the way it is: sudo chattr +i /etc/resolv.conf will make it unwritable to ANYTHING (and that includes root) sudo chattr -i /etc/resolv.conf will undo it, make it root writable again09:30
mhaKevin`: was my next move unless I got some other tip/feedback yes.09:30
Kevin`mha I didn't have this problem with raid5, though, on my system09:30
blackjohnmporei kapoios na voi8isei enan arxario???09:31
Kevin`hi ubotu09:32
Pengcompwiz18: That sounds good, but I'm not using ext2 or ext3.09:32
compwiz18Peng: ah, then it probably won't help :) soryr09:32
mib_hoimx7d7anyone want to try and hlep me?09:33
Pengcompwiz18: Thanks for the tip though. It could come in handy in the future.09:33
blackjohnυπάρχει κάποιος έλληνας να βοηθήσει έναν αρχάριο στο ubuntu710????09:33
compwiz18Peng: no problem09:33
compwiz18!ru | blackjohn09:33
blaghow does ubuntu handle forkbombs?09:33
compwiz18blag: by locking up?09:33
FC|KaseiNoiseFree: http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/Downloads09:34
Kevin`blag man limits.conf09:34
Kevin`or.. where is it..09:34
blagKevin, thanks.  compwiz18: lol09:34
mib_hoimx7d7kernel panic : not syncing; VFS; Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block09:34
ubotublackjohn: Пожалуйста посетите #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке  / Pozhalujsta posetite #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke09:34
blagKevin, that seems to have worked for me...09:34
compwiz18blag: I think I'll edit my limits.conf too :D09:35
wpkhmm... seems like ubotu can't tell russian from greek09:35
compwiz18wpk: that was me, sorry :P09:35
blagis there any talk of getting forkbombs recognized and avoided in devel?  notice: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grsecurity  <-- a forkbomb detector09:37
elkbunturian, if you have a question, just ask it. greetings only clog a support channel :)09:37
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mib_hoimx7d7kernel panic : not syncing; VFS; Unable to mount root fs on unknown-block09:38
mib_hoimx7d7anyone want to try and hlep me?09:38
PKdoRFinally my ubuntu is setup just like I like it09:39
pajamianmib_hoimx7d7: do you have a seperate /boot partition?09:39
Demonho-brsomeone can help me09:39
mib_hoimx7d7pajamian: no09:39
raid_userHi All! First sorry my English!