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ketoi download firefox from google pack i like to intall it on kubuntu anyone has an idea how?00:04
SlimeyPetewhy not just use apt-get/adept?00:05
ketoactually i have an icon firefox2.0.0 on my desskkktop00:05
SlimeyPete"sudo apt-get install mozilla-firefox"00:05
SlimeyPetejob done.00:05
SlimeyPete"sudo apt-get install firefox"00:06
SlimeyPete<-- used to use Debian ;)00:06
sMonkstdin: Hello!00:17
mike18i'm using kubuntu 7.04 > fresh install last night. I used Adept-Manager to get nvidia-glx-new driver for my Nvidia GeForce 7600 GT. It says it's installed, but in my xorg.conf it's using "nv" and I don't see any Nvidia GUI for changing any settings00:18
ForzaPalermohey when is kde 4 gonna acutall ybe functional00:19
ForzaPalermoit is so hard to use now00:19
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Daisuke_IdoForzaPalermo: i would wait for 4.100:30
swattohi all00:31
nosrednaekimall hail the Ibex!00:54
nosrednaekimalso known as 8.1000:54
* Arwen is listening to Portal: Still Alive by Jonathan Coulton & GlaDOS on The Orange Box [Amarok]00:54
Arwen"for the good of all of us... except the ones who are dead"00:55
WeedGrinchI have my website setup at http://localhost/vanduski.com   How do i make it so my site can be view from my ip address?00:58
xxBasYxxhi, where can i found list of profesional sound cards with good support and software for ubuntu?00:58
ubotuFor lists of supported hardware on Ubuntu see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport - To help debugging and improving hardware detection, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingHardwareDetection00:59
nosrednaekimWeedGrinch » you need to use dyndns00:59
WeedGrinchok ty00:59
Arwennosrednaekim, or just regular DNS01:00
WeedGrinchWell, eventually i want my domain to point to it01:00
nosrednaekimArwen » but then I think you'd have to pay to have a static IP and all01:00
WeedGrinchhow would i do that/01:01
WeedGrinchHow do i make my DNS for my domain point to my localhost site?01:01
NickPrestaWeedGrinch, forward port 80 to your machine, use your IP address. See if that works. If that works, create an account on dyndns.com and create a mask for your site (I like .ath.cx)01:01
WeedGrinchHow do i forward ports?01:02
WeedGrinchon ubuntu01:02
ArwenI like .boldlygoingnowhere.org :-P01:02
ArwenWeedGrinch, you usually configure your router to do that01:02
WeedGrinchno router, modem01:02
minteriorhello. I have a question about bash scripts: how can i pass all the received parameters in one script.sh to another binary execution?01:02
Arwenno need, firewall is off by default01:02
WeedGrinchwhen i view my ip, i get my modem settings login01:03
NickPrestaWeedGrinch, usually, Input password, find your router on (http://portforward.com/) and forward port 80 to your machine ( or what ever)01:04
WeedGrinchok ty01:04
thechrisI need help getting a microphone working01:04
ketoen español01:21
ubotuSi busca ayuda en español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es, allí obtendrá más ayuda.01:21
vanchuckI'm trying to get my keyboard's "next track" and "prev track" to work with Amarok... I have the keys mapped to the proper keys, and the shortcuts are set up properly in Amarok01:22
vanchuckif Amarok has focus, the keys work, but otherwise they don't01:23
Israpheltry using KeyTouch01:23
IsraphelI use keytouch01:23
Israphelits works great01:23
vanchuckThe alternate keys are Win+B and Win+Z, and those work fine globally, but just not the XF86MediaNext/Prev :-\01:23
vanchuckok, will give it a try, thx :-)01:23
WeedGrinchOk i tried to forward port 80 useing portforwarding.com and it wont work :(01:24
WeedGrinchi still get my router login, and for other people it times out01:24
WeedGrinchAny other way i can do this?01:24
Israphelkeytouch has a lot of keyboards models01:26
Israphelor you can configure manually01:26
maliguys I am having trouble with my webcam I am getting "can`t connect to the video device (/dev/video0) when I try to run camorama01:28
Israphelsearch about the model01:29
Israphelof the cam01:29
ketohow ti install sun-java6-plugin??01:29
Israpheldownload the installer from the page01:29
maliIt was running after I recompiled the gspca but stopped after restart01:29
nosrednaekimvanchuck » did you use global shortcuts (in amarok)01:30
Dragnslcrketo- it should be listed in Adept if you have all the repositories enabled01:30
FritzelI'm attempting to install Kubuntu, however I have an issue with my cdrom that I am not able to resolve, so as an alternative I'm trying to find a way to install Kubuntu off of a USB flash drive, can anyone point me in the proper direction for setting up the usb drive to do that?01:30
ketoi try the adept but it close by itself01:30
Israphelin the setup of your pc01:31
Israphelselect usb-hdd01:31
Israphelin the boot sequence01:31
vanchucknosrednaekim: yes... for example for next track, there are 2 shortcuts, one is Win+B, the other is XF86AudioNext01:32
vanchuckWin+B works fine globally, but XF86AudioNext doesn't... it only works if Amarok has focus01:32
nosrednaekimvanchuck » odd01:32
vanchucktried changing the order of the 2, to no avail01:32
vanchucknosrednaekim: yeah, my only though is that some other program or util is intercepting it, but I can't find it anywhere... KDE menu has no such shortcuts, neither does any other media program I have installed01:33
vanchuckmy only thought*01:33
nosrednaekimvanchuck » huh..... XF86AudioNext works fine here.01:33
Israpheluse Keytouch01:34
Israphelsudo apt-get install keytouch01:34
Fritzelnevermind found the site I was thinking of pendrivelinux.com01:34
vanchuckIsraphel: setting up keytouch now-- doesn't have my keyboard so doing it manually :-)01:35
Israpheli have the genius luxmate01:35
Israphelbut i also tried with a nimitz01:35
Israphel(not in the list)01:35
Israpheland it worked01:35
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WeedGrinchOK, i got it so points  to my server instead of logging in to my modem settings, now what do i do??01:48
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tcm_arce: hi01:51
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meHi there, is there a command that can list all currently open files and which application is using the file?02:08
ubotuSi busca ayuda en español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es, allí obtendrá más ayuda.02:14
Daisuke_Idoif you're in the northern hemisphere and it's dark and clear, you might want to step outside for a bit :)02:24
Daisuke_Idoi know, it's scary02:25
Daisuke_Idobut hey, total lunar eclipse :)02:27
DZEJMS007prica ko hrvatski02:30
DZEJMS007need some info02:30
scaz0rcan someone help me out here whit a problem ?02:37
NickPrestascaz0r, what sort of problem?02:37
scaz0rim newbie, i installed yesterday for first time linux02:38
scaz0ri have no sound02:38
ubotuIf you're having problems with sound, first ensure ARTS is running, by going to K Menu -> System Settings -> Sound System and making sure "Enable the sound system" is checked. If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP302:38
gtthow do i disable an action that occurs when a blank disc is automatically inserted in KDE?02:38
gttpermanently and a temp-disable over-ride keystroke would be great....02:38
scaz0rwell... i have tried some things02:39
NickPrestamake sure ARTS is running by following those instructions, scaz0r. Then, use this link: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting#head-e84f006dcbea90e29447ef97f32af397487fe7fb  Make sure your audio channel is not muted.02:39
scaz0ri think it is not02:40
scaz0rfirst time i runned linux i got only noise02:41
scaz0rand then i have installed a driver02:41
scaz0rat least now it is mute02:41
scaz0r i was reading02:42
scaz0rand think this is my solution02:42
scaz0ri do not know how to do it02:42
NickPrestagtt, Alt+F2, type in "kcontrol" (without quotes). Click on Peripherals > Storage Media > Under Medium Types change the selection to Blank CD > Add an Action02:43
NickPrestascaz0r, that thread is about resolution problems in GNOME02:44
NickPrestanevermind, I see the section about sound, further down. I don't think you need to do that02:45
NickPrestaHave you tried all the possible solutions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting02:45
icanhasadminand do you have a toshiba laptop? :P02:46
scaz0rgateway t681502:47
scaz0ri will try on those things02:47
icanhasadminYeah, follow that link, you'll get it working02:47
scaz0rthx guys02:47
scaz0ranother thing02:48
scaz0rwhat is the difference between the live cd and the 4gb one?02:49
sca344newb alert. how come i can not play video in kaffiene02:49
frank23sca344: what are you tring to playÉ02:50
sca344a dvd02:50
ubotuFor playing DVD, see http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/video.html - "libdvdcss2" can be found at !Medibuntu or (for Feisty and earlier) http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages - Try k9copy (available in !Universe) for backing up DVDs02:50
ubotuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/desktopguide/C/common-tasks-chap.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats02:50
sca344it says: no plugin found to handle this resource dvd:///dev/hdc02:50
frank23sca344: look there ^02:51
frank23sca344: there is no dvd support by default02:51
sca344thank you02:52
sca344i am able to play the dvd in mplayer but it makes a wierd noise02:52
sca344like am radio and you hit the gas peddle.. that sound02:52
[b]b_quick Q: append beginnign and end of file { /s/^$/ n/ } ?03:02
Stofferdoes anyone have any idea why gparted and the windows disk manager keep failing to format my maxtor external hard drive in NTFS?03:04
Stofferand if I format it ext2, is there any special tags I need to set in mkfs.ext2 to get windows to recognize it and be able to write to it?03:05
ubotuext3 is the default filesystem on Ubuntu, and the most popular on Linux. You can read/write from Windows to ext3 via http://www.fs-driver.org03:05
nosrednaekimStoffer » not that I know of03:05
Stofferwell, I'd rather not have to install that driver on the several windows machines I'm planning to connect this hdd to, as they're not mine03:11
intelikeyis this one of those typical things where open source is expected to bend over backwards and go the extra mile to acomadate propritary thinking ?03:14
AndreSTCim running kubuntu 7.10, is there a problem if i install gparted?(from gnome)03:14
intelikeysorry i did just arrive.  and don't know what's the first half of that.03:14
intelikeyAndreSTC nope.  not at all.03:14
Dragnslcrintelikey- reading ext3 drives from Windows03:14
intelikeyAndreSTC there is also qtparted03:15
AndreSTCintelikey oh, i talked to you last night.03:15
intelikeyim sorry03:15
AndreSTCintelikey qtparted is pretty much the same thing?03:15
intelikeypretty much03:15
intelikeyparted is the app and qt/g.parted are frontends    i think03:16
icanhasadminanyone familiar with dsdts?03:16
intelikeyi haven't actually studied that one out tho03:16
intelikeyStoffer vfat can natively be read/writen by both M$ and linux03:17
AndreSTCintelikey do u remember me? im the one with the 2 partitions, 1 with 5gb and one with 50gb03:18
Stofferintelikey, yes, but vfat has a 2gb file size max03:18
intelikeyno "drivers" needed03:18
AndreSTCintelikey i wanted to get them together03:18
intelikeyStoffer you have to compromise something.03:18
Stofferintelikey, I need something bigger03:18
Stofferintelikey, shouldn't ext2 work?03:18
intelikeyStoffer ext3 is ext2+journal   so if ext3 is out then ext2 is out03:19
Stoffersomeone said windows can read ext203:19
intelikeyAndreSTC yes indeed03:19
intelikeyit can   with a driver03:19
StofferI just don't understand why nothing will format this drive in NTSC03:19
Stoffernot even windows03:19
intelikeythe driver is free and easily found on the net03:19
Stofferyeah, I might have to do that03:20
Stofferespecially since i'll probably only need it once03:20
Stofferor would it be easier to use 7zip to break up any files larger than 2gb and just use vfat?03:20
intelikeyeasy is as easy does03:21
* Stoffer hates NTFS with a passion03:21
* intelikey has the same passion for windows03:22
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ext2 - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi03:22
Daisuke_Idowell, it won't format in ntsc because that's a tv format03:22
ubotuext3 is the default filesystem on Ubuntu, and the most popular on Linux. You can read/write from Windows to ext3 via http://www.fs-driver.org03:22
Arwenhating Windows is very irrational, but..03:23
StofferDaisuke_Ido, well played03:23
neville_Hate Microsoft, not Windows03:23
intelikeyArwen ok.  i'm irrational    you point ?03:23
icanhasadminwait, someone is formatting a tv?03:23
StofferI'll probably format with ext3, and put that driver on my thumb drive03:23
oloughlin75intelikey is irrational?!03:23
Arwen[22:22] <ubotu> ext3 is the default filesystem on Ubuntu, and the most popular on Linux. You can read/write from Windows to ext3 via http://www.fs-driver.org <-- we're recommending GPL violating software?03:23
intelikeyneville_ what part of windows can you seperate from windows ?03:24
intelikey!ot > intelikey03:24
AndreSTCintelikey do u know whats means the Active Status shown on qparted, on 1 of the partitions?03:24
oloughlin75Arwen: does that work very very well?!?!03:24
ArwenAndreSTC, active == bootable03:24
neville_What sort of a question is that03:24
Daisuke_IdoArwen: agreed, we should at most be recommending vfat :\03:24
Arwenoloughlin75, it's more properly an ext2 driver. If you crash Windows, you will want to boot Linux and fsck it.03:25
intelikeyAndreSTC probably that the fs is mounted and thus not safe to alter it.03:25
* Stoffer will format his thumb drive in PAL03:25
Arwenit also offers no filesystem security03:25
nosrednaekimPAL? lol03:25
nosrednaekimtry NTSC03:25
Arwenhehe, 25fps filesystems ftw03:25
oloughlin75Arwen: i mean is it stable enough to put my entire music collection on my linux partition and access it through windows solely to sync my zune?03:25
Daisuke_Idoas long as you have the proper SCART adapter to go between the drive and the pc, you're okay03:25
Arwenstable? heck yeah03:25
Arwensecure? heck nop03:26
intelikeyArwen oh was he asking about boot flag   heh i missed that.03:26
oloughlin75security isn't an isue03:26
Arwengo fer it then03:26
Daisuke_Idooloughlin75: vfat.03:26
Daisuke_Idoit's music, you won't be using >2gb files03:26
AndreSTCintelikey thats seted on my 5GB partition. so i can copy everything that is in the other partition, format it, and give more size to the active partition?03:26
Daisuke_Idoand you won't have to screw with the driver on the windows side, or the linux side03:26
ArwenDaisuke_Ido, dunno, there's a new tendency to rip albums as single files03:26
intelikeyAndreSTC boot flag = active   means that bios will try to boot that partition if the MBR is a standard M$ mbr03:26
Arwenso you don't really know03:27
Daisuke_IdoArwen: even in mp3, at the highest bitrate, that's what, a max of 280mb?03:27
Daisuke_Idoeven flac would be less than 1gb03:27
ArwenFLAC would give you a max of 700MB03:27
Arwenbut if it were a multi-disc album...03:27
ketoi download the java jre-6u3-linux-i586.bin any one knows how can i install it?03:27
Arwenketo, ./file.bin I think03:28
Daisuke_Idoif it's a multi-disc album it would be ripped as multiple files :)03:28
oloughlin75Daisuke_Ido: so vfat works with windows and vista? So ill make 4 partitions, windows, swap, ext3, and vfat? :)03:28
ketoit is lika an icon on my desktop03:28
yurimxpxmanhow do you redirect standard output to two files?03:28
Daisuke_Idooloughlin75: that would work well03:28
oloughlin75oooo :D03:28
default_opI have a filename.RPM.BIN file, how do I open it or get it associated with Adept or other installer?03:28
oloughlin75Daisuke_Ido: thanks!03:28
Daisuke_Idooloughlin75: vfat = fat32, which windows has supported for years03:28
oloughlin75same thing?03:28
Arwendefault_op, that's only part of an RPM. Don't touch it, it's b0rk3d.03:28
Arwenoloughlin75, yes.03:29
default_opArwen: but I got it off Java site.03:29
intelikeyvfat != fat32     vfat = fat{12,16,32}03:30
default_opArwen: it's marked on thier web page as rpm.bin too.  it's JRE03:30
intelikeythe exact fat is determined by disk size03:30
Arwenbut it usually creates a 32-bit FAT03:30
intelikeyor rather fs size03:30
hydrogenyou're fat.03:30
oloughlin75intelikey: its accessible in windows either way right?03:31
keto.<Arwen> keto, ./file.bin I think it says the file doesnt exist!03:31
mneptokoloughlin75: use ext3 and the Windows ext3 driver.03:31
intelikeyyes unless  you run it on a floppy where it creats fat12 or a <32m fs where it makes fat1603:31
intelikeyand oloughlin75 yes fat is windows03:31
Arwenketo, clearly you replace "file" with the actual name of the file03:31
intelikeyor rather fat is M$03:31
oloughlin75Sounds safer to have al my media on a separate partition for either OS03:32
mneptokketo: why are you installing Java by hand?03:32
mneptokoloughlin75: use ext3 for that03:32
oloughlin75mneptok: ill just use vfat so i dont need any drivers for windows03:32
mneptokoloughlin75: far less likely to have data corruption and you don;t have the 4GB file size limit03:32
nosrednaekimnah.... vfat is better for that sort of thing03:33
mneptoknosrednaekim: no, it's not03:33
oloughlin75mneptok: mp3 and such are noever going to be more than 4GB03:33
mneptokbut hey, i just work here. waht do i know? :P03:33
nosrednaekimmneptok » well can we agree to disagree?03:33
nosrednaekimwork where?03:33
hydrogengut$y gibbon :/03:33
mneptoknosrednaekim: you can. i'm still right. ;)03:33
mneptoknosrednaekim: Canonical03:33
intelikeyi personally like the fact that power off doesn't hose vfat unless you are writing    (it will any fs that's being writen to)03:34
nosrednaekimoh. ^_^03:34
keto<mneptok> keto: why are you installing Java by hand? what is a better way?03:34
oloughlin75keto: kubuntu-restricted-extras03:34
mneptokketo: sudo apt-get install sun-java6-plugin03:34
oloughlin75keto: its under the add/remove programs03:34
oloughlin75or apt-get works :/ :)03:35
oloughlin75mneptok: whats wrong with vfat, or why would ext3 be better?03:35
mneptokoloughlin75: ext3 is journalled, as more robust repair and recovery utilities, and is far more fault tolerant.03:36
oloughlin75mneptok: does the ext3 thing read and write?03:36
oloughlin75the driver for windows03:36
mneptokoloughlin75: of course03:36
mneptokoloughlin75: http://fs-driver.org03:36
AndreSTCintelikey how do i copy everything from partition sda3 to sda1?03:37
mneptokAndreSTC: are they mounted?03:37
Daisuke_Idomneptok: gpl violators.03:38
oloughlin75nosrednaekim: think i should just install hardy?03:38
nosrednaekimoloughlin75 » no :)03:38
oloughlin75nosrednaekim: why? :)03:38
oloughlin75im reinstalling anyway03:38
intelikeylol ^5 diasuke03:38
Daisuke_Idomneptok: vfat is a perfectly safe and perfectly sane solution for sharing music between linux and windows.03:38
nosrednaekimoloughlin75 » why? just shrink the partition03:39
mneptokDaisuke_Ido: huh?03:39
ketooloughlin75> keto: its under the add/remove programs03:39
hydrogennot using windows is a much saner solution03:39
hydrogenI must say03:39
ketocan you tell me where?03:39
mneptokketo: where *what*?03:39
AndreSTC[mneptok]: yes03:40
oloughlin75nosrednaekim: im going to start fresh with vista and kubuntu03:40
* nosrednaekim wispers "perfectly free"03:40
nosrednaekimoloughlin75 » ah..well ok, I guess you could give hardy a shot03:40
ketohow to  isntal kubuntu restricted extras03:40
mneptokAndreSTC: do you want a bit-for-bit partition clone or just copy the files?03:40
mneptokketo: sudo apt-get install sun-java6-plugin03:40
oloughlin75keto: do what mneptokjust said03:40
AndreSTCmneptok heres what i want...03:41
Daisuke_Idohydrogen: agreed, not using windows is the best solution, but if you're going to use windows, why screw with proprietary ext2 drivers on the windows side when both support vfat out of the box?03:44
AndreSTCmneptok i have 2 partitions... one with 5gb(almost full). and one with the /home directory(50gb free). I want to know if there is a way to put them together.03:44
mneptokDaisuke_Ido: because ext3 is a more relilient and robust filesystem?03:44
mneptokDaisuke_Ido: and i wouldn't be so sure that that driver violates the GPL03:45
AndreSTCmneptok i dont know why everyting is going to the 5gb partition, lol x.x03:45
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oloughlin75ill be back in a few hours all. see ya!03:45
mneptokAndreSTC: df -h and pastebin the results03:45
gttNickPresta: whoah... thanks!03:46
NickPrestagtt, :)03:46
AndreSTCmneptok http://rafb.net/p/3A6cvM34.html03:47
mneptokAndreSTC: the 5GB partition is your root. that's why.03:47
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AndreSTC[mneptok]: is there a way to fix that without loosing everything?03:48
AndreSTCnot really an easy option >.>03:49
intelikey!gparted | AndreSTC the gparted CD "might"03:49
ubotuAndreSTC the gparted CD "might": GParted is a !GUI partitioning program. Type « sudo apt-get install gparted » in a console to install it - A GParted "live" CD is available at http://gparted-livecd.tuxfamily.org/03:49
mneptokAndreSTC: first, it's "losing." "loose" and "loosing" rhyme with "goose" and "goosing". sorry, pet peeve.03:49
intelikeydon't loose your attention on that mneptok03:50
mneptokAndreSTC: the best bet is to backup your ~/, do a clean install and set up an LVM /home on those 2 physical drives.03:50
icanhasadminThat's funny. My pet peeve is people using the words "pet peeve"03:51
AndreSTCmneptok no other way?03:51
mneptokicanhasadmin: so commit suicide.03:51
mneptokAndreSTC: there are, but they involve far more time and effort.03:51
hydrogenthats an interesting way tro handle it..03:51
gttanyone know why i'm unable to change colors for my fonts in Quanta+ ?03:52
hydrogenI've gotta agree pet peeve is a fairly silly phrase03:52
mneptokhydrogen: well, when you say "pet peeve" yourself in a rant against the words "pet peeve" ...03:52
AndreSTC[mneptok]: and with gparted, as intelikey sugested?03:53
hydrogenlet me rephrase03:53
hydrogenI get kinda pissed off when people use that phrase liberally03:53
* hydrogen goes to get dinner03:53
mneptokAndreSTC: i'd use the alternate CD to do the install, and use its partiioner.03:53
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toyo|deskhey all what could be the problem if I have a kubuntu machine that cannot browse samba shares unless I type in the ip address of the box manually03:53
toyo|deskis there just a package missing or config issue03:53
icanhasadminI like everyone. and love. and pie. and ubuntu. lets hug03:54
* icanhasadmin offers hugs to all03:54
* icanhasadmin hears a cricket03:54
toyo|desklike if I click on remote places and then samba shares nothing on my net shows up03:54
intelikeytoyo|desk sounds like a dns issue   but i'm not the network specialest03:55
toyo|deskbut if I go in and type smb:// the shares are there03:55
intelikeynor the spelling one.03:55
mneptoktoyo|desk: DNS server on your local network?03:56
toyo|deskwell the funny thing is I can resolve internet addresses no prob03:56
toyo|deskmneptok, yeah03:56
intelikeytoyo|desk local not inet03:56
RangdeBasantiis this channel ownned by kubuntu?03:56
mneptoktoyo|desk: tell it to stop hijacking unresolvable names03:56
toyo|deskI can see everything on this kubuntu machine just not the other03:56
toyo|deskmneptok, hu03:57
nosrednaekimRangdeBasanti » after a fashion... yes03:57
coreymon77RangdeBasanti: no, this is not official canonical owned channel03:58
coreymon77RangdeBasanti: this is community owned and run03:58
RangdeBasantiwhy its writen official then03:58
RangdeBasantiwhat community03:58
coreymon77but unless im mistaken, its canonical sanctioned03:58
intelikeycoreymon77 ?   unofficial channels on freenode are ##blah  not #blah03:58
icanhasadminbecause it's the official community owned and run channel03:58
RangdeBasantiah ic03:58
RangdeBasantiwhat is the community. who owns it03:58
toyo|deskhmm brb I am going to just start comparing settings between these computers03:59
icanhasadminno one03:59
icanhasadminthat's why it's a community03:59
mneptokRangdeBasanti: are you from India?03:59
icanhasadminit's like the federal reserve, someone owes it, but no one knows who03:59
mneptokRangdeBasanti: who "owns" Hinduism?03:59
RangdeBasantino body03:59
mneptoksame principle04:00
joe_why i cannot install flashplayer on konqueror04:00
RangdeBasanti :)04:00
intelikey/msg chanserv info #kubuntu04:00
RangdeBasantii have a question. can i ask?04:00
mneptokRangdeBasanti: you just did.04:00
* intelikey begs to differ.04:00
RangdeBasantian other? :)04:00
intelikey/msg chanserv info #kubuntu04:00
mneptokyou mean yet another after that one?04:00
nosrednaekimRangdeBasanti » you are runing out04:00
RangdeBasanti how to do some thing that automatically checks wheather a proccess has not been runing for a specified time. if it isnt, runs it and logs in a file that it has made it run.?04:00
mneptokRangdeBasanti: nope, sorry, you reeached quota. thanks for shopping!04:01
mneptokman, that guy's tough.04:01
toyo|deskis there a firewall built into kubuntu04:02
toyo|deskmaybe thats causing it04:02
coreymon77mneptok: why did you kick yourself04:02
mneptokcoreymon77: because she's not here to do it for me.04:03
coreymon77whos not where?04:03
hunshadwhy i cannot install flashplayer on konqueror04:03
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mneptokhunshad: parce-ce que Adobe deteste les Quebecois.04:04
mneptokhunshad: it's a known issue with the current oackage. :)04:04
coreymon77mneptok: whats with the quebec/french bit04:04
coreymon77adobe hates quebecers?04:04
mneptokcoreymon77: hunshad is from Quebec. as am i.04:04
coreymon77well, there not the only ones :p04:05
coreymon77just kidding04:05
coreymon77but really, they arent04:05
hunshadje suppose que tu es francais mneptop04:06
mneptokhunshad: /j #ubuntu-qc itou04:06
mneptokhunshad: non, je suis au Etats-Unis.04:06
coreymon77umm, im canadian too04:06
mrnotproperfrench canadian too04:06
coreymon77i understand most of what you are saying04:07
coreymon77not french canadian04:07
RangdeBasanti_mneptok coreymon77 i was disconected04:07
mrnotproperhehe yep ;)04:07
mneptoktabernak, les Quebecois sont en force en #kubuntu ce soir.04:07
RangdeBasanti_ how to do some thing that automatically checks wheather a proccess has not been runing for a specified time. if it isnt, runs it and logs in a file that it has made it run.?04:07
coreymon77mneptok: no kidding04:07
coreymon77mneptok: it must be due to the eclipse04:07
intelikeyRangdeBasanti do you mean a daemonized process ?04:08
mneptoki can see that *right* out my window04:08
mneptokan eclipse, and lovel Blvd. Rene-Levesque Ouest04:08
hunshadok et pis pour mon problème de konqueror tu me disais qu'il y avait un paquet qui gérait tout ca?04:08
hunshadsérieux j'y connais rien04:08
hunshadje cherche sur google mais04:09
coreymon77typical quebeccers, cant spell in english04:09
mneptokhunshad: pour assistance en Francais, c'est plus bon en #ubuntu-fr ou #ubuntu-qc04:09
hunshadi will try04:09
coreymon77hunshad: you typically speak english here04:09
RangdeBasanti_am i not supposed to ask questions here         ?04:09
BluesKajcanadian here as well , northern ontario ...the eclipse was a bit of a bust ...moon was too high in the sky ...loked really small from here04:09
mneptokRangdeBasanti_: of course you may.04:09
coreymon77RangdeBasanti_: yes you are04:09
RangdeBasanti_how to do some thing that automatically checks wheather a proccess has not been runing for a specified time. if it isnt, runs it and logs in a file that it has made it run.?04:09
coreymon77RangdeBasanti_: but you only have a certain quota each day04:09
RangdeBasanti_coreymon77 how much can i ask?04:10
coreymon77RangdeBasanti_: which you have used up by asking if you can ask questions04:10
RangdeBasanti_coreymon77 oh no :(04:10
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. :-)04:10
coreymon77im just kidding04:10
hunshadhow i can run flash player with konqueror ?04:10
RangdeBasanti_coreymon77 you were joking ?04:10
intelikeyRangdeBasanti do you mean a daemonized process ?04:10
coreymon77RangdeBasanti_: yes04:10
RangdeBasanti_coreymon77  :)04:10
RangdeBasanti_coreymon77 so what can i do04:10
coreymon77RangdeBasanti_: just stop asking to ask questions, just ask your question04:10
intelikeyor do you want an answer,   maybe you just wanted ot ask.04:10
mneptokhunshad: the Flash installer is broken for Konq rright now, IIRC04:10
* RangdeBasanti_ nodes04:10
RangdeBasanti_how to do some thing that automatically checks wheather a proccess has not been runing for a specified time. if it isnt, runs it and logs in a file that it has made it run.?04:10
* intelikey nodes04:11
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 !Gnash04:11
hunshadhave you some problem with quebeccer mneptok04:11
ubotuThe 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 the update fails to install Flash, try « sudo apt-get --purge remove flashplugin-nonfree ; sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree »04:12
StofferHazaa!  Victory!04:12
BluesKajsacktime ...nite all04:12
* Stoffer has something that works now04:12
RangdeBasanti_does no one knows         ?04:12
Stofferext2 + the ext2 windows driver will work, so I'm set.  Thanks ppl04:12
coreymon77Stoffer: yay, congratulations, now you can actually use linux! :P04:12
coreymon77RangdeBasanti_: i really dont understand your question04:13
intelikeyRangdeBasanti communication has to be two way.04:13
Stoffercoreymon77, pfft, I use linux 24/7, it's just that files i'm copying are from ppl who use windows 150 miles away04:13
intelikeyRangdeBasanti do you mean a daemonized process ?04:13
ubotuSi busca ayuda en español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es, allí obtendrá más ayuda.04:13
intelikeyRangdeBasanti do you just need a sleep command in a shell script ?04:13
* Stoffer is sooo over Windows04:13
coreymon77RangdeBasanti_: the thing that does this when that happens is not very descriptive04:13
intelikeyRangdeBasanti or maybe you have some more information that we need.04:14
coreymon77RangdeBasanti_: if you know what i mean04:14
RangdeBasanti_coreymon77 how to do some thing that automatically checks wheather a proccess (say amsn) has not been runing for a specified time (say 2 hours). if it isnt, it is runt and it should be loged in a file that it has made it run.  coreymon77 intelikey04:14
coreymon77intelikey: any ideas?04:14
RangdeBasanti_for the last 2 hrs* ?04:14
intelikeycoreymon77 not unless he is asking about a daemon that can track runtimes of an app.04:15
coreymon77intelikey: and then force it to run if it isnt?04:15
RangdeBasanti_wel, how to make a daemon then?04:16
RangdeBasanti_coreymon77 yes04:16
intelikeyand i would think that a shell warper would cover that.04:16
RangdeBasanti_shell warper ? whats that04:16
* intelikey thinks that shell scripts will cover everything....04:16
RangdeBasanti_intelikey how?04:16
RangdeBasanti_can you give me a script04:17
kristianPEn español??04:17
coreymon77showery-/snacky-/makey lunch for tomorrow/sleepy- time04:17
ubotuSi busca ayuda en español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es, allí obtendrá más ayuda.04:18
hunsthi everyone04:18
* RangdeBasanti_ gives a closer idea. "monit" an app that does it. i just came to know about it. i just came to know about it. it this the one iam looking for?04:18
intelikeyRangdeBasanti lets say you wanted a warper to keep you from running /bin/ls more often than one minute.     mv /bin/ls /bin/ls.real ;echo '#!/bin/sh\n' > /bin/ls ;chmod 755 /bin/ls       and then edit /bin/ls  adding a line to make a time stamp file when it runs and a line to check the timestamp and a line to run it.04:19
* mneptok tootles off for home04:20
RangdeBasanti_intelikey what the hell did you just said. iam new in linux04:20
intelikeyi said "the tower of bable,  remember"04:21
intelikeywe obvously speak different languages.04:21
RangdeBasanti_i dont know how to run scripts04:22
RangdeBasanti_can you be more in detail. stepwise04:22
intelikeyif you told us what exactly you are desirous to do.   we might be able to tell you how you can do it.   but, "how to get an undisclosed process to keep tabs on an undisclosed process" is kinda vague in the greatest degree04:24
intelikeygive me more to work with.04:24
AndreSTCintelikey ok, so im going to use the live cd tomorrow, but i have just one question. How can i copy the files from sda3 to sda1. Its only 32mbs(/home).04:25
RangdeBasanti_intelikey "amsn" i wana moniter if it hasnt been runing for the last 2 hours. if not. run it. and log in a file that it has run04:25
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ ok,  now give me a minute.04:26
Slorhello folks04:27
RangdeBasanti_intelikey ok04:27
mike18i just rebooted and now i'm getting hub 3-0:1.0: Cannot enable port 2. Maybe the USB cable is bad?04:27
SlorI didn't find recommended system specs on the site (perhaps I missed them), and I'm wondering if Kubuntu is well suited to a P3-750 laptop with 512MB ram and 80GB hard drive.04:28
timboyworking on a simple dhcp server my server ip is and when I try to stop my dhcp server I get "address range to not on net!"04:28
Sloris that a combination that won't be sluggish/swapping on me?04:29
hunsthi, how can i use flashplayer with konqueror ?04:31
hunstthe external modules don't work04:32
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ http://ubuntu.pastebin.us/?show=d41395e85 < that is an exmaple amsn warper that should do that,   you could call it with a cron job every 15 minutes or so...04:34
timboycan someone give me some dhcp help04:34
nevilleIs it possible to extract a .iso to a hard disk, then be able to boot from that hard disk as if it were a CD?04:36
intelikeyneville not likely.  and the reason is that the liveCD has special tools in the initramfs that will search for the cd/dvd device and try to make it the / (root) fs     so the cards are stacked against you on that.04:37
intelikeyneville now if you want to hack the startup process then   sure you can.04:38
RangdeBasanti_intelikey this will check after every 15 mins whether amsn is runing or not?04:38
nevilleHmm, how about a bootable, non-LiveCD?04:38
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ no.  cron is what you need for that.   and then call a warper like that to make sure that enough time has passed before starting it again04:40
intelikey!info cron04:40
ubotucron (source: cron): management of regular background processing. In component main, is standard. Version 3.0pl1-100ubuntu1 (gutsy), package size 77 kB, installed size 296 kB04:40
intelikey!info anacron04:40
ubotuanacron (source: anacron): cron-like program that doesn't go by time. In component main, is optional. Version 2.3-13ubuntu2 (gutsy), package size 29 kB, installed size 224 kB04:40
RangdeBasanti_intelikey i should make a cron to run this script every 15 mins?04:40
RangdeBasanti_intelikey what do you think this will do? http://ubuntu.pastebin.us/?show=m275336a104:42
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ actually i added one test in that script. that you would probably want.   http://ubuntu.pastebin.us/?show=d573dc74504:42
* RangdeBasanti_ waits for intelikey to see the script04:48
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ well that debugging function looks for ever more like a bug in it's own right.  but other than that it looks like a fairly sound script for testing whether or not the said process is running04:50
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RangdeBasanti_and it will run it if its not ranned for the last 30 minuts? and it will log while doing it? it a file04:50
RangdeBasanti_intelikey a file that is in /tmp ?04:51
intelikeyno logging function    the file in /tmp is only the tracking timestamp04:52
intelikeywait.  i'm still reading it.04:52
intelikeyok yes it will log   if and only if a process has been tracked as down for more than the alloted time     i.e. logs when it starts said process04:54
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RangdeBasanti_no flaws? i can depend on it?04:55
intelikeythat script is also very verbose.    for something like that the output is generally not desirable.    something like that called from cron "might" spam a user console with information they niether want nor need.    but i think (iirc) cron will just chuck all echo output into /dev/null and be done with it...04:57
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RangdeBasanti_intelikey it will keep on logging even the computer shuts down. (it will start loggin in the file from the point it left previously(continue from the last log))? i hope it wont delete the previous logs?04:57
intelikeynot being one that uses cron i dont remember exactly what the default is.04:57
gavohey all... does 64bit linux have any issues with C2D processors?04:58
RangdeBasanti_intelikey ok. so user will not see any message? and no extra diskspace will be needed04:58
gavo64bit kubuntu i mean04:58
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ "it will keep on logging even the computer shuts down." <<< no.   /tmp is cleaned at boot time.04:58
RangdeBasanti_intelikey if i change the location from /tmp to /var/logs        then ?04:59
bit_junkieC2D's should be fine04:59
intelikey<RangdeBasanti_> intelikey ok. so user will not see any message? <<< i think that that is correct.04:59
bit_junkieits the chipsets you gotta watch out for05:00
intelikey<RangdeBasanti_> intelikey if i change the location from /tmp to /var/logs <<< no var/log is also cleaned   you could use /var/tmp  or /var/cache/something05:00
intelikeyi would recommend using /var/tmp/   it should hold past a reboot05:00
RangdeBasanti_intelikey if i change location to /var/cache/ or simple /mypvtfolder/logs . it will keep on logging even the computer shuts down. (it will start loggin in the file from the point it left previously(continue from the last log))? i hope it wont delete the previous logs?05:01
intelikeyat least in default ubuntu setups05:01
* intelikey has /var/tmp -> /tmp so not on his box.05:01
RangdeBasanti_mypvtfolder will also be fine?05:02
RangdeBasanti_ (it will start loggin in the file from the point it left previously(continue from the last log))? i hope it wont delete the previous logs?05:02
intelikeyshould continue yes.05:02
RangdeBasanti_i can have logs of a ful year?05:03
timboyworking on a simple dhcp server my server ip is and when I try to stop my dhcp server I get "address range to not on net!"05:03
RangdeBasanti_intelikey ok. that will be nice. thanks !05:03
RangdeBasanti_intelikey from where did you learned scripting?05:03
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ wait.05:04
intelikeylogger uses syslog05:04
RangdeBasanti_what do you mean05:05
RangdeBasanti_echo "File /tmp/${check_process}_tracking is older than $check_time minutes, sending syslog"              ?05:05
intelikeylogger uses syslog <<< that means that the only logging function it has is through the syslogd which writes in /var/log/    so you need to change the line  "    logger -i -t $check_process .***"  to something like >>>>  echo "$check_process Process has not been running for $check_time minutes, removing /tmp/${check_process}_tracking `date`" >> /where/you/want/the/perminant.log05:07
intelikeynote the dubble redirrect >> makes it append to the file and not overwrite it05:08
intelikeyand the backward single quote `date` will insert a timestamp05:08
intelikey<RangdeBasanti_> intelikey from where did you learned scripting? <<< i didn't.05:09
* intelikey learned every thing he knows by the "try it and reformat" methood.05:10
hdevalencehow much does using the encrypted LVM slow down your computer?05:10
hdevalenceI'm on a new install using that and it seems very slow, and I'm wondering if the encryption is the cause05:10
intelikeyhdevalence i couldn't say.  but there have also been known causes of excessively slowness05:11
RangdeBasanti_intelikey you mean like this = logger -i -t $check_process "Process has not been running for $check_time minutes, removing /tmp/${check_process}_tracking"05:12
RangdeBasanti_    DEBUG echo "Removing tracking file"05:12
RangdeBasanti_    rm -f /tmp/${check_process}_tracking05:12
RangdeBasanti_intelikey sory. typo05:12
intelikeyyou may want to visit the forums and have a search hdevalence05:12
RangdeBasanti_intelikey can you please put the same scritp in pastbin. while changing location to /mylocation/mylogs/me.log for loging ?05:13
RangdeBasanti_intelikey just change this. http://ubuntu.pastebin.us/?show=m275336a105:13
jalbertI'mhaving a problem getting my microphone to work05:14
jalbertKubuntu Gutsy05:14
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ i mean  http://ubuntu.pastebin.us/?show=daf128a905:14
jalbertI have it plugged into my sound card the way it ought to be05:15
RangdeBasanti_intelikey -logger uses syslog <<< that means that the only logging function it has is through the syslogd which writes in /var/log/      >>> this means it will write in /var/log. but it will write. and that will remain there?05:16
RangdeBasanti_intelikey ok05:16
intelikeyjalbert sudo alsamixer   use the tab key to switch to input and make sure it's not muted and not set to external apmlified05:17
intelikeyigain < i think it's call05:17
RangdeBasanti_intelikey thanks !05:18
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ welcome.   and now you see why you have to be specific about your questions here.  :)05:18
RangdeBasanti_intelikey  :)05:18
RangdeBasanti_you chaged it because /var/logs are temp record?05:19
RangdeBasanti_and what is /tmp for ? in that script05:20
intelikeylog rotate will break up syslog   you don't lose all data but it sure gets harder to find.05:20
RangdeBasanti_intelikey ya.. log rotates.. i know the feeling05:20
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ oh   you said you want it to keep time stamp across the reboot ?   i need to move the temp files out of /tmp  into /var/tmp   like i mentioned.05:21
RangdeBasanti_sorry ?05:22
RangdeBasanti_didnt got ya05:23
jalbertok how do I know it's set up correctly?05:24
jalbertnothing is muted at the mo05:24
jalbertthe mic is set at "84"05:24
jalbert"capture" is enabled05:25
RangdeBasanti_intelikey you there?05:26
jalbert  intelikey: culd there be some kind of sound driver issue?05:27
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ yes.  i made some modifications to allow it to keep tracking accross a reboot   http://ubuntu.pastebin.us/?show=d3907436505:27
intelikeyjalbert yeah. could be.05:27
intelikey!sound | jalbert05:28
ubotujalbert: If you're having problems with sound, first ensure ARTS is running, by going to K Menu -> System Settings -> Sound System and making sure "Enable the sound system" is checked. If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP305:28
ahmadhello guys, i can't detect and connect any available wireless available network. can you help me fix this problem?05:28
intelikey!wifi | ahmad best i can do is point you to the docs.05:28
ubotuahmad best i can do is point you to the docs.: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs05:28
ahmadthank you ubotu.05:29
ubotuHi! Welcome to #kubuntu!05:29
ubotuYou're welcome! But keep in mind I'm just a bot ;-)05:29
RangdeBasanti_ahmad , ubutu is a bot. intelikey helped you by a comand05:30
RangdeBasanti_and what is /tmp for . or /var/temp  in your case ? in that script05:30
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ that is where the script keeps it's own information on how long it's been tracking 'blah'05:31
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ without that it doesnt know it has ever checked on 'blah' before05:32
jalbert  intelikey: is there some way to see what kind of sound hardware my computer has without consulting the motherboard manual?05:32
RangdeBasanti_oh. so isnt it good to put the temp info in a temporary file >/tmp ?05:32
RangdeBasanti_intelikey every times sys boots. it has new info. and new timer05:33
intelikeyjalbert yes    lshw -C multimedia05:33
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ yes.  it is in a temporary file   """touch /var/tmp/${check_process}_tracking"""   that is the file   "empty file."   in /var/tmp  old timer,   in /tmp  new timer05:34
intelikeythat was the descussion about "(it will start loggin in the file from the point it left previously(continue from the last log))? i hope it wont delete the previous logs?"    but i may have misunderstood you.05:36
intelikeylet me see if i can unchoppy that for you.   i understood you to be asking for a timmer that will keep track of the down time of * even accross a reboot and save all logs in a permanant location.     if that's not what you want we need to revisit the script.05:39
intelikeyif that is what you want,  then what you have should do that.05:39
RangdeBasanti_intelikey <sartan> $check_process isn't a command. I'll bet it's kinda broked. =(05:39
RangdeBasanti_intelikey no i said reboots should not effect logs.05:40
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ ok, well put the temp file back in /tmp    no biggy.     and no it's not borked    $check_process  will be what ever $1 is.   you supply $1 on the command line05:41
RangdeBasanti_intelikey i should put /tmp back?05:42
intelikeyin is in that one  ^05:43
amigohi ppl! iptables have't (start|stop|save) script in /etc/init.d/. how to use iptables (ubuntu way) ?05:43
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ and tell mr. sartan to look again.05:44
RangdeBasanti_intelikey ok05:44
RangdeBasanti_intelikey from where did you learn scripting. i mean there must be some place?05:45
intelikeyat the keyboard.05:46
amigook. where I can find template of init script?05:47
intelikeyamigo    /etc/init.d/rmnologin     is a pretty good template.05:48
amigointelikey: thx05:49
klobsterI learned scripting at #bash.  I'm still in therapy : (05:49
intelikeyamigo  36 /etc/init.d/dns-clean is a pretty good one too05:50
intelikeyklobster yeah   i stand under you.05:50
intelikeyi didn't even finish high school as my misspelling will atest to.    and never had one class on computers of any kind.    i'm what you might call a self made moron05:52
RangdeBasanti_intelikey sartan appricaits your work. and he says. in his script. its loged in /var/log/messages.                  but i gues those are rotated too ?05:52
intelikeyyes that's syslogd05:52
intelikeyi.e. syslogd writes to /var/log/messages05:53
RangdeBasanti_and it rotates05:54
RangdeBasanti_intelikey - logger -f /var/log/myvpt-kdesktop.log -t $check_process "Removing logs!"05:54
RangdeBasanti_<sartan> it will add the date, create the file, append it..05:54
RangdeBasanti_<sartan> but i'm personally partial to the 'logger' command. it's very elegant.05:55
RangdeBasanti_ change the filename it uses05:55
intelikeyit's his script.  he can change it as he likes.05:56
jalbertintelikey: http://pastebin.com/m15d657ce05:56
intelikeyjalbert eww intel hda   ;/     that's a know problem  and there should be a lot on the forums about it.05:58
intelikeyRangdeBasanti_ did you mention to him that you were using that for amsn ?05:59
intelikeyinteresting  bsdutils provides /usr/bin/logger which only works through syslogd and syslog is not a dependancy nor a required package.  thus  bsdutils provides apps that may not work once installed and give no warning message about it....06:04
jalbertintelikey: Intel hda?06:04
jalbertI'm considering buying a new motherboard. Does anybody have any suggestions?06:06
jalbertI just got a new v ideo card, haven't installed it yet06:06
Lynourejalbert: what are your needs with it?06:06
jalbertI'm running Kubuntu Gutsy06:06
LynoureIf your current one works, has no major trouble in kubuntu, and you have no idea what you are lacking, stay with the current one :)06:07
jalbertI do graphics work, sound/movie editing, some 3D work and a little bit of gaming06:07
intelikeyjalbert yeah  intel hda audio chip   "hda=hi definition audio"    there are docs about it.06:07
jalbertwell my sound card doesn't work properly06:07
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about hda - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi06:07
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about intel-hda - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi06:08
jalbertwhat's a better option for onbard sound?06:08
intelikeyoff board.06:08
intelikey</shrugs>  you asked.06:09
jalbertok ok06:09
jalbertwhats a good card for Linux?06:09
ubotuFor lists of supported hardware on Ubuntu see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardwareSupport - To help debugging and improving hardware detection, see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/DebuggingHardwareDetection06:09
LynoureICH6 here without a hickup, that's integrated too.06:09
intelikeythat link has some interesting comments06:09
intelikeyac_97 never gave me any problem06:10
jalbertac 97?06:10
intelikeyyeah  it's another intel thang06:10
intelikeyand used on some sb cards to06:11
klobsterac 97 gives me nothing but problems.  what mobo are you on?06:11
intelikeyklobster really ?06:11
jalbertI have my old computer here, that's got a Creative spund card06:12
intelikeyi've had ac_97 on three motherboards and havent had a problem yet06:12
klobsterreally.  no sound.  period.  ICH5 drivers and nothing06:12
intelikeyess is old but i really liked them.06:12
klobsterrunning a MSI 865PE platinum with ac builtin06:13
intelikeyklobster yoh maybe its just the older stuff that ac_97 was good on...  idk.06:14
klobsterI consider it old, but you have told me your specs so I know turtle beach isn't out of the question06:15
intelikeyone ibm box with ac that sound worked ootb  and one that it didn't but all i had to do was load the module and shabang it worked,   and one cobbeled togather dell that it worked as soon as i modprobed it06:16
intelikeyturtle beach   lol06:16
klobster"It has 8 voice synthesizers!"06:17
intelikeyyou mean isa 16 interface plug and get mad stuff06:17
klobsterI liked ISA.  Always knew where you stood with assignable irq's06:17
intelikeyklobster heh.  but most of the new stuff have "none" it's all soft06:18
intelikey<klobster> "It has 8 voice synthesizers!" ^06:18
intelikeysoft synth06:18
intelikey!midi | that's why you need all the software to do what hardware was supposed to do.06:19
ubotuthat's why you need all the software to do what hardware was supposed to do.: Trouble playing MIDI files? Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MidiSoftwareSynthesisHowTo06:19
klobsterI caught it.  I'm always bummed when hardware goes soft.  Stop making my snappy system work slower.  I bought those MHZ's for me!06:20
intelikeysupposed to / used to      i think still should.06:20
intelikeyklobster prezactly06:21
klobsteralthough, there is alot to be said for FPGA's, but as a surplus, not a crutch06:22
Werdnahey, my kubuntu desktop has the annoying habit of only letting me type a ' or a " or a ` if I press the key twice. If I press it once, it puts an accent over the next character that I type. Can I turn this annoying feature off?06:22
intelikeyi think that's one thing that people dont understand when i tell them i run kde on a p1 100mhz and seldom have to wate on it.    they are not seeing that the graphics and audio and everything else is "real" hardware.06:22
intelikeyWerdna locale ?06:23
ubotuTo set up and configure your locales, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/LocaleConf06:24
Werdnaintelikey: thanks06:25
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unnutzhi. can anyone suggest any linux disk i/o performance detection tool?06:26
intelikeyhdparm ?06:27
intelikeyreally don't know.06:27
gundam_rx78nt1unnutz, what do you want to do?06:27
amigointelikey: i found /etc/init.d/skeleton :)06:28
unnutzi need to detect fs performance over the network ( i've nfs share on windows storage server mounted on ubuntu linux). so i want to make a stress testing to determine the performance of the system...06:28
intelikeyamigo really.  not in the LTS,   good on ya mate06:28
intelikeyor perhaps i shouldn't say that.   i dont remember seeing it, and i don't use the normal sysV init scripts.06:30
intelikeyso it could have once been there...06:30
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gundam_rx78nt1unnutz: iostat or iozone.  I don't know if it is still supported but it might be what you are interested in.06:31
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about iostat - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi06:31
mhollisjrare there any quirks I should know about with Kubuntu 8.04 before I attempt to install compiz?06:31
mhollisjrhehe perfect timing ><06:32
klobsterdamn netsplit!06:32
mhollisjrhehe yeah yeah you all were dodging my question lol I know how it goes ^^ ;)06:32
gundam_rx78nt1unnutz: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iostat06:32
ere4simhollisjr, do you know 8.04 is still beta?06:33
mhollisjryes I do06:33
gundam_rx78nt1klobster: what is netsplit?06:33
ere4si#ubuntu+1 has those answers mhollisjr06:33
unnutzgundam_rx78nt1: thank you06:33
mhollisjrthank you ere4si06:33
klobsterunnutz: so testing network or fs?  cuz the network will bottleneck the fs?06:34
gundam_rx78nt1unnutz: your welcome.06:34
klobstergundam_rx78nt1: it's when everyone suddenly logs off and back in again, or a large group just logs out.06:37
klobsterwhat was the answer to unnutz's question?06:37
unnutzklobster: testing speed of files to read/write..06:38
gundam_rx78nt1klobster: thank you for the info.  I have been away from IRC for so long that the new vocabulary needs almost a higher education level to understand.06:38
unnutzklobster: of course using nfs :D06:38
ubotuSi busca ayuda en español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es, allí obtendrá más ayuda.06:38
klobsterintelikey: I don't know about P1, but the first PII Xeon was awesome.06:38
klobsterunnutz: good, right where I was headed06:39
intelikeyklobster heh yeah and if you put all that real hardware in a p3 box it flys, hmups through hoops, and has power to spare.   :)06:40
klobsterI know.  <3 <3 <3 my old four core PII xeon.  The first, nay the ONLY true 64bit CPU06:41
intelikeyhmups/jumps     don't ask.06:43
klobsterI thought that was your fancy way of saying mflops06:44
Wasserstoffanyone else think Intrepid Ibex is just about the worst possible name that could have been created?06:44
klobsterwait hm and ju are nowhere near each other...06:45
LynoureWasserstoff: nope, considering it could have been Insane Ibis too06:46
klobsterbetter than intelligent Iguanodon06:46
klobsterirresponsible idiot06:47
klobsterilliterate insect06:47
Wasserstoffinsiduous iguana would have been my vote06:48
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gundam_rx78nt1Wasserstoff: insiduous iguana = geico gecko06:48
unnutzklobster: http://www.iozone.org/ :) nice benchmarking tool :D06:50
dhqhow do i build my own live cd06:50
gundam_rx78nt1!uck |dhq06:51
ubotudhq: UCK is a tool that helps you customise official Ubuntu Live CDs (including Kubuntu/Xubuntu and Edubuntu) to your needs. See http://uck.sourceforge.net/06:51
Daisuke_Idothey actually went with intrepid ibex?06:52
Daisuke_Idoi still like insolent iguana06:53
gundam_rx78nt1unnutz: is that what you were looking for?06:53
gundam_rx78nt1wait, is intrepid ibex the next release of ubuntu?06:54
gundam_rx78nt1hit me with coffee, I need to wake up for I am slow today...06:55
klobsterunnutz: Bookmarked, thx06:55
intelikeygundam_rx78nt1 no. hardy fish of some kind is.06:55
Daisuke_Idoc;mon, there's still time to change your minds >_<07:00
Daisuke_Idothat's the worst possible name ever...  and i LIKED edgy eft -_-07:00
unnutzgundam_rx78nt1: aha.. kinda :)07:09
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ere4sian ibex has long horns but runs away alot - not much intrepid about them at all07:18
jalberthey does anybody here use xchat?07:19
jalberthow do I separate the chanels I want in the join list?07:19
jalbertIgnoble Icthyosaur07:20
console_jockeyrunning kubuntu gutsy on a lenovo t42 laptop. Can use fn-F7 to enable external video during initial boot, but once kdm initialized I'm unable to toggle this.  Has anyone any experience with this?07:23
ere4sijalbert: with a comma and no spaces07:27
ere4sie.g. #kubuntu,#ubuntu,#xubuntu07:27
jalbertcool thx07:28
jalbertis there a way to display all the channels inseparate windows, tiled?07:28
ere4sitabs at the top is what I use jalbert07:29
gundam_rx78nt1console_jockey: I have that problem also on my HP DV600007:29
gundam_rx78nt1Only thing I can say is activate twin view.07:29
gundam_rx78nt1It's a problem when I go to give presentations and connect the projector to the external vga connector...07:31
console_jockeygundam_rx78nt1: the only clue I've found came from the lenovo site regarding the use of the fn-F7 key: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/56818/07:36
yao_ziyuani want to suggest an emergent action on kubuntu's official website: put a note there advising east asian prospective users to "download ubuntu instead and then install the kubuntu-desktop package, because installing kubuntu directly will not get them input methods."07:36
console_jockeyit's suggesting the the extended desktop might have a different image than the computer display.  Might this suggest X and tty are two separate images from the perspective of the computer and external display?07:39
console_jockeyI've tried simply opening a tty terminal (alt-f1) and then tried switching on the external display, but without success.07:39
console_jockeyoddly enough, if I enable external output (or simultaneous output) during the initial boot the external display continues to work even after kdm and my desktop have loaded...07:40
console_jockeygundam_rx78nt1: have you found this to be the case?07:41
gundam_rx78nt1console: how did you enable it? via the bios?07:42
gundam_rx78nt1What I have done is have twin view with cloned desktop and it has worked for me.07:43
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console_jockeytwinview with cloned desktop eh?  sounds plausible.08:03
console_jockeynow if only I can remember how to set that up... heh...08:04
console_jockeytime to google it08:04
sebastian^good morning folks08:13
kerricwitam :)08:20
kerricchlopaki, zadam mega lamerskie pytanie, podpowie mi ktos jak przejsc glxinfo w yes ?08:20
kerrichey guys, will any one tell me how to switch glxinfo into yes ?08:22
kerrici mean08:22
kerricdirect rendering08:22
kerricin glxinfo08:22
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto08:22
intelikeybest i can do.  welcome08:22
intelikeysub[t]rnl: ever ask your self which of these am i?  http://tinyurl.com/ysx2kj08:23
intelikeyeven though one of those was based on me.  i still like that page  lol08:32
Xbehavemy ttys are completly broken08:36
gundam_rx78nt1Xbehave: what do you mean?08:36
Xbehavethey show a slightly degraded tty708:37
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gundam_rx78nt1I don't understand...08:38
Xbehaveit looks like x but there are graphical glitches other than that its useless08:39
intelikeytrouble with fbcon and graphics drivers can leave the vidio card in a mess  switching to text mode but not clearing the buffer    usually you can still login and type commands even though you can't see what you are doing.08:40
intelikeysimple solution,  either stop using fbcon or the graphics driver.08:41
walmikhi all08:41
intelikeywith the first you sacrifice usplash   with the later you sacrifice dirrect rendering 3d08:41
walmikcan anybody please tell me how i can get the wireless thing working on a compaq amd64 laptop with kubuntu please08:42
walmikintelikey: hi08:42
intelikeyi can't but i can't point you at the docs08:42
intelikey!wifi | walmik08:42
ubotuwalmik: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs08:42
walmikintelikey: thanks08:43
Xbehavei switchd from usplash to splashy, i can disable that tho, but im using intel drivers08:43
intelikeyXbehave what's you   vga=   in grub ?08:44
Xbehavei dont have one08:46
intelikeytry vga=normal  and see if it helps.08:47
intelikeygoes on the       kernel   line08:47
intelikeygrep 'kernel' /boot/grub/menu.lst | grep -v '#' | head 1    <<<<  probably what that spits out.08:48
intelikeysorry   -1   at the end.08:49
intelikey1 will only error out08:49
gundam_rx78nt1snow? more snow... darn I need more coffee.  Night shift is killing me.08:50
intelikeyi have an older crt and use a text mode to prevent that proublem.   vga=0x0f05    produces text mode 80x30  quite readable and useable on older crts08:51
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about thinclient - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi08:51
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about thinclients - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi08:52
intelikeyi might mention, though it should be obvious,  that has no affect at all on your xorg.   it's just a way to defunc the defuct console.08:53
intelikeyjust in passing.  most of the time that proublem appears on ati chips.08:54
lod__airHi, my usplash isn't displaying.. my laptop is MSI ER710 and using generic kernel. if I'm booting from the LiveCD there is usplash, but after install there isn't. i pluged in externel monitor durring boot and on the monitor was the usplash? can you help me, please?08:55
intelikeyoh and highly related.  it is possable to put the display in a compatable vga mode if you search through the vga= opetions long enough to find it.  or get lucky and hit it early.08:56
intelikey!usplash | lod__air have a look here08:57
ubotulod__air have a look here: To select the usplash artwork you want, use "sudo update-alternatives --config usplash-artwork.so && sudo update-initramfs -u" - See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/USplashCustomizationHowto for adding your custom artwork08:57
lod__airok, i'll try08:59
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peto-------------- is it possible to set up a menu bar in kubuntu like in mac os? ----------------09:04
mhollisjrhow do you enable compiz?09:04
gundam_rx78nt1peto: go to kde-look.org09:04
KnYazhi all09:04
gundam_rx78nt1look at superkaramba and it's applets09:04
Riskbreakerhey guys. having trouble with the fglrx 8.02 driver. i'm unable to shut down X without the computer freezing. anyone familiar with this issue?09:04
gundam_rx78nt1it has the os x bar there.09:05
petoi couldn find supercaramba09:06
KnYazI want to update my packages,from Adept Updater, butwrite me:09:06
KnYaz(no debugging symbols found)09:06
KnYazUsing host libthread_db library "/lib/tls/i686/cmov/libthread_db.so.1".09:06
petojust karamba09:06
KnYaz146 updates not update :(09:06
gundam_rx78nt1peto: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/Karamba+Mac+Os+X+Bar?content=560909:06
petogundam_rx78nt1, can you help me to set up it please... i am new with linux09:08
gundam_rx78nt1peto: I just know where it is located.  I haven't installed it myself.  but the instructions should be on that page.09:08
petook, thx09:09
intelikeyKnYaz close adept.   open a konsole and type#  sudo apt-get dist-upgrade09:09
gundam_rx78nt1peto: just install superkaramba (sudo adept-get install superkaramba) and then download the bar and start it with superkaramba09:10
gundam_rx78nt1that should be all you have to do.09:10
* intelikey has never used a hackentosh 09:11
gundam_rx78nt1once you start superkaramba, select open local theme and look for the downloaded theme and it should start.09:11
gundam_rx78nt1I want a hackentosh!09:12
mhollisjrwhat is the appropriate place to have something autorun when you login?09:12
intelikeyhackentoshes are heckspensice09:12
mhollisjrthank you09:13
intelikeyarrr hackentoshes are heckspensive09:13
gundam_rx78nt1intelikey: true. that is why I am hroke!09:13
KnYazintelikey thanks! work: sudo apt-get dist-upgrade --fix-missing :)09:15
intelikeyshouldn't have needed -f  but yeah.   welcome.09:16
petogundam_rx78nt1: i dont know whats wrong, but superkaramba dont know that type of file09:17
petoits *.tar.gz09:18
intelikeyi rm'd my irc log     who was it that was wanting a way to "check if process is not running in the last two hours" ?09:18
intelikeypeto not typo'd is it.  i one time made *tar.zg and things didn't like it.09:20
petodoes anyone know how to get a mac os bar in kubuntu09:20
SlimeyPetepeto: .tar.gz is an archive, perhaps you have to unpack it first09:21
SlimeyPete(using Ark, or "tar -xvzf file.tar.gz" in terminal)09:21
SlimeyPete(I'm just guessing - I don't use superkaramba09:22
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KnYazintelikey hm.. stop update... write me: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/56822/09:22
intelikeydoesn't just -x work now ?   tar -x blah.tar.gz    ???09:22
SlimeyPetedunno, might do09:23
intelikeyKnYaz i look.  you wait.09:23
unnutzdoes anybody know if there any NFS max performance or it grows while upgrading hardware and has no bounds?09:23
KnYazintelikey I understand... ubuntu not find this files?09:24
intelikeyKnYaz ok.   you edit /etc/apt/sources.list   you comment out line says "ftp://ftp.ntu-kpi.kiev.ua/"    you try again.09:24
KnYazall ftp://ftp.ntu-kpi.kiev.ua/ comment ??09:25
intelikeyno only gutsy-security09:26
intelikeymaybe try for security "deb http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu dapper-security restricted main universe multiverse"09:27
KnYaznot work :(09:27
intelikeyKnYaz pastebin sources.list file09:28
intelikeyKnYaz you are at univercity yes ?   "National Technical University of Ukraine" ?    is mirror also at univercity ?09:35
KnYazintelikey yes :)09:35
intelikeyyou "ping" mirror   it is up   working ?09:36
KnYaz# ping ftp.ntu-kpi.kiev.ua09:37
KnYazPING ftp.ntu-kpi.kiev.ua ( 56(84) bytes of data.09:37
KnYaz64 bytes from ftp.ntu-kpi.kiev.ua ( icmp_seq=1 ttl=60 time=0.000 ms09:37
KnYaz64 bytes from ftp.ntu-kpi.kiev.ua ( icmp_seq=2 ttl=60 time=0.000 ms09:37
KnYaztry from internet? deb-src http://ua.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ gutsy-updates universe09:38
KnYazwhat lines uncomment?09:38
KnYazsay me namber http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/56824/09:38
kerrichi all09:40
geoff__Hi, kerric09:41
kerrici was trying to install i915 and it seems i have only console right now ;)09:41
kerriccan any1 help me plz ?09:41
kerrichello ?09:42
intelikeyKnYaz like this.   http://ubuntu.pastebin.us/?show=d6e2b67f009:43
warumnichtkerric tell me09:44
KnYazintelikey ok, thanks :)09:44
kerricwarumnicht yes ?09:44
intelikeyKnYaz you try that     put it in /etc/apt/sources.list     and do this.    sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade -f09:44
KnYazintelikey ok09:44
intelikey!xorg | kerric09:45
ubotukerric: The X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type « sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart » in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto09:45
intelikeyKnYaz wait09:47
intelikeyKnYaz i gave you the wrong one.09:47
kerricintelikey blah, didn;t work :/09:47
intelikeysorry i made two   http://ubuntu.pastebin.us/?show=d52e7238e   this is the right one.09:47
KnYazintelikey ùë09:47
intelikeysorry. i posted the wrong one.09:48
KnYazintelikey ok :)09:48
RangdeBasantiintelikey hi09:49
intelikeyRangdeBasanti hey09:49
RangdeBasantithis doesnt seems to be working for me. can any one help please ? http://ubuntu.pastebin.us/?show=m2a3dec4c09:50
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RangdeBasantiintelikey well here the one with my log dir http://ubuntu.pastebin.us/?show=m53cfe41509:51
rjbhello, got a question about kwallet and password forms09:51
intelikeyRangdeBasanti after seeing that eariler,  i totally rewrote it.   if you want to have a look.   http://ubuntu.pastebin.us/?show=d421d1f8b     it logs in the ysers home dir.09:51
marina_How come my USB keyboard works in the BIOS but stops working in the GRUB selection menu?09:51
RangdeBasantiintelikey i didnt made the .sh file as +x     executable. does that makes any difference ?09:52
rjbfor one site, i once told konq to never remember passwords from this site, when the dialog popped up. now i changed my mind, how do i do that?09:52
intelikeyRangdeBasanti yes it does.09:52
RangdeBasantiintelikey sh*t . i didnt made it. how can i make it then?09:53
intelikeyRangdeBasanti   sudo chmod 755 filename.sh09:53
intelikeyRangdeBasanti   sudo chmod 755 /path/to/filename.sh09:53
marina_Is there any way to fix that up?09:53
storbeckrjb, go into your passwords settings in your browser and delete the entry.09:53
intelikeymarina_ i've never had to deal with that so i dont know.09:54
RangdeBasantiintelikey thanks. and iam coping your pastbine too. should i ? you dont have any copy rights do you?09:54
rjbstorbeck: go where? i looked all over konq's settings and found nothing pertinent09:54
RangdeBasantiintelikey chmod 755 will make it executable? isnt it chmod +x  ?09:54
storbeckAh, I use firefox.09:54
intelikeyRangdeBasanti yes.   GNU-GPL   protected under the general public license.09:55
rjb(and don't read q's before answering them)09:55
intelikeyRangdeBasanti chmod 755   will produce non-suid non-sgid non-sticky read write execute owner, read execute group, read execute other.09:56
RangdeBasantiintelikey i wana make /var/data/trckg.log     as the loging file. how09:57
intelikey<rjb> (and don't read q's before answering them)  hehhe09:57
RangdeBasantiintelikey not home09:57
storbeckrjb, Did you try opening your wallet?09:57
intelikeyRangdeBasanti then change it.   it's  near the bottom   the  L=  option09:58
rjbstorbeck: sure, but found nothing much there either09:58
intelikeyRangdeBasanti i didn't write that specificly for you.   i wrote it to be a generic tracker.sh    that you could also use.09:59
RangdeBasantiintelikey how can i check that the file is now executable.09:59
intelikeyRangdeBasanti ls -l /path/to/filename.sh09:59
intelikeyRangdeBasanti that is -l lowercase L  not uppercase i10:00
RangdeBasantiintelikey -rwxr-xr-x 1 root root 2091 2008-02-21 13:55 checkprocess.sh10:00
storbeckrjb, ~/.kde/share/apps/khtml/formcompletions10:00
intelikeyyep that's what you want.10:01
KnYazintelikey yes, work, very thanks10:01
intelikeyKnYaz much welcome.10:01
RangdeBasantiintelikey thats what i want ?10:01
storbeckDelete the entry from [NonPasswordStorableSites]10:01
intelikeyRangdeBasanti yes for permissions  'that is what you want it to be."10:01
RangdeBasantishould i reboot now?10:02
RangdeBasantito make it work10:02
intelikeyi don't recall how to reset cron...   try this   sudo /etc/init.d/cron* restart10:02
intelikeythat should do it.10:03
rjbstorbeck: thx. yep that's the file10:03
RangdeBasanti * Restarting periodic command scheduler crond                                               [ OK ]10:03
rjband [NonPasswordStorableSites] is the sect. i'm looking for10:03
RangdeBasantiintelikey how you learned all that ?10:04
rjb(there really ought to be a GUI for that)10:04
storbeckYou can always program one. ;)10:04
RangdeBasantiintelikey your too good10:05
intelikeyRangdeBasanti well.    i guess it comes with age.   i'm old enough to be your cousin.10:05
RangdeBasantiintelikey how old are you?10:05
intelikeyabout 5010:06
RangdeBasantireally ?10:06
RangdeBasantiintelikey where did you learn programing ?10:06
RangdeBasantiintelikey i wana learn too. wht language should i choose10:06
RangdeBasantino process named checkprocess.sh is runiiing iin system gaurd now10:06
Thecksintelikey: You have an admirer :)10:06
intelikeylike i told you the first fourty'leven times.   all i know about computers i have learned the "try it and reformat" methood.10:07
intelikeyThecks more than one.  but they quickly get over it.   first time i sujest something that they don't like...10:07
RangdeBasantino process named checkprocess.sh is runiiing iin system gaurd now10:08
intelikeyRangdeBasanti it's all hands on, "take it apart and see how it works" knowledge.10:09
Thecksintelikey: The number of times I've had to format =[10:09
intelikeyRangdeBasanti it only runs when the cron daemon calls it.   at what ever interval you set in the crontab10:09
ThecksLearnt my lesson in having /home on a separate partition as well =]10:10
RangdeBasantiintelikey oh ook. it runs and it terminates. but how can i know its working? there no new /tmp/ files too10:10
intelikeyThecks i used to joke about "i reload twice a weak, whether i need to or not"   and it wasn't far from true.10:10
ThecksI'd cry if I had to do that :p10:11
ThecksI have a separate install for messing around on and trying things out now as well10:11
intelikeyRangdeBasanti test it on something like ls for 10 minutes and check it's log file.10:11
RangdeBasantigconfd-loguser1  kde-root          ksocket-root    ssh-zPGibw546410:11
RangdeBasantikde-loguser1     ksocket-loguser1  orbit-loguser1  xauth.XXXXYk18oe10:11
intelikeyThecks yeah i have about four systems installed on this box10:12
RangdeBasantiintelikey i set the cron for */310:12
* Thecks is on OpenSUSE right now10:12
* Thecks runs and hides10:12
intelikeydoes */3 work ?   i thought you just use the number10:12
intelikeyThecks no no.  nothing about that to hide for,  you didn't way the M$ word....10:13
ThecksI have that on yet another partition10:13
ThecksHave to, for Photoshop work10:13
intelikeyNOW HIDE!10:13
RangdeBasantiintelikey */3 * * * * root /usr/local/bin/checkprocess.sh10:14
intelikeyif that is the script i wrote.  it has to have args to work.    $1 is the time to allow the process to remain dead,  $2 is the name of the process  and  $4- can be args to the process/command.10:15
intelikeyand the process has to be a command name.10:15
intelikeycall it without any agrs and it will display the help message10:16
RangdeBasantiintelikey in that script i gave you.  some body said =10:17
RangdeBasanti<pgas> == as an argument of [ is not standard use = instead(ie works in bash but not with the standard test command)10:17
RangdeBasanti<pgas> quote all your expansions juse in case, "$var" but also your "`find  /tmp...`"10:17
RangdeBasanti<pgas> use $( ) instead of ` ` so that inner quotes don't bother you like: echo "$( echo "foo  bar")"10:17
RangdeBasantiintelikey true?10:18
intelikey</shrugs>   that's not the script i was talking about.  i was talking about the one i wrote.10:19
RangdeBasantioh.. i didnt used it yet10:19
RangdeBasantiintelikey i wanted to see whats wrong with the sartons one?10:20
RangdeBasantiintelikey should i use yours?10:20
intelikeythen why were we talking about "<RangdeBasanti> intelikey i wana make /var/data/trckg.log     as the loging file. how<RangdeBasanti> intelikey not home  <intelikey> RangdeBasanti then change it.   it's  near the bottom   the  L= option"  <<<<?10:21
intelikeyheck no.  don't use mine.   write your own.   :)10:21
intelikeyi've been dubble talked and second guessed enough on that one.10:22
* intelikey reminds self that posting it to a public pastebin as gnu-gpl does mean that it's not mine anymore....10:22
RangdeBasantiintelikey i just commented10:23
intelikeyit's ours now.10:23
RangdeBasantiok :)10:23
The_ManU_212in american comics, when something is cut by a scissor how is this action called, something like zing?10:23
The_ManU_212or whap10:24
The_ManU_212i'm german and dont have american comics10:24
The_ManU_212thought here are some guys who know it10:24
KnYazKonversation with proxy not work? :(10:24
The_ManU_212SlimeyPete: ah sounds like german schnipp10:25
The_ManU_212thx u10:25
RangdeBasantiintelikey is there a way to reverse the script.  lock desktop after its been 30 mins past of previous unlock event10:25
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intelikeyyou can10:26
RangdeBasantiby your script?10:26
intelikeywith some adjustments.10:26
RangdeBasantiand log it10:26
intelikeyget those guys --->10:26
intelikeyover there to adjuste it for you.10:26
intelikeyi'm finsihed for the day.10:27
RangdeBasantiintelikey  ok. dont worry. iam not going to ask you. you already did alot . thanks :)10:27
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intelikeyhave a safe today and a better tomarrow.  i'm out.10:27
ActionParsniphey all10:28
g7saction are u from ksa :)10:29
ActionParsnipnar man, uk represent10:30
what_ifI am upgrading from feisty to gusty should I go 64 bit? Is there any reason *not* to.10:33
ActionParsnipwhat_if, flash plugin is a bit of a pain10:34
ActionParsnipwhat_if, if you are on 32bit you cant upgrade to 64 bit without a clean install10:34
ActionParsnipof 64bit10:34
ActionParsnipwhat_if, depends what you use your system for?10:35
ubotuYou can run Flash, Real, and Java plugins in AMD64 bit computers with Firefox. see the steps to follow at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FirefoxAMD64FlashJava10:35
mhollisjrhow do I diagnose a segfault?10:35
what_ifActionParsnip: is there any benefit to going 64 bit??10:35
what_ifActionParsnip: system used for gaming, internet, generic linux fun10:36
ActionParsnipwhat_if, depends what you use your system for. If you use it like mine for chatting and browsing then not really :)10:36
ActionParsnipwhat_if, im sure some people would disagree but thats my take on it10:37
rjbwhat_if: it makes a big difference if you're into scientific calculations10:37
what_ifrjb: no calculations (except kcalc, lol )10:37
rjb& the difference may be for better, or for worse, depending on your needs10:37
what_ifI'll just go 32 bit for now. I have no need for 64 and need my flash/youtube/nvidia drivers10:38
rjb'cause it might be the case that you need to use legacy software/libs that don't compile in 64bit10:38
ActionParsnipwhat_if, if you are happy with what you have, don't change it. Loads of idiots got vista despite being ok with xp and had loads of issues10:38
rjbbtw nvidia drivers work fine on my 64bit system10:39
rjb3d accel and all10:39
ActionParsnipi run 32bit for ease10:39
rjbi switched to 32 on one of my machines when i found a software package i wanted to use wouldn't run on a 64bit system10:40
rjbin spite of its authors providing a 64bit package and saying it works10:40
twosouls8264 everything works, sometimes I convert 386 packages to -32bit_x86_64 for other things to work using the emulation layer10:41
rjbtwosouls82: don't say everything, you have not tested every single software package for linux that is out there10:42
twosouls82virtually everything then10:42
rjbit is not hard for software to be incompatible with 64bit mode, depending on how it's written10:43
twosouls82rjb: I assume existing packages for 64 bit architectures are QAed (?)10:44
rjband stuff that was written before there were any 64bit CPU's on the market often suffers from that10:44
rjbtwosouls82: just like the 32bit packages10:44
twosouls82so we are the reviewers10:44
rjbbugs are reported, tracked and (hopefully) get fixed10:44
rjb(the software i was talking about up there was not from ubuntu repos, it was more exotic/specialized stuff)10:46
peto---------- my cube is to close, how can i change the distance of view -----------10:51
peto---------- my cube is to close, how can i change the distance of view -----------10:57
gundam_rx78nt1peto: what do you mean?10:59
petoi dont know how to explane it11:00
mhollisjryou don't have to I understand, one moment11:00
jussi01peto: try in #compiz-fusion11:01
petoi would like to see my cube when i rotating from bigger distance11:01
petobecause now is too close11:01
mhollisjryou'll want to run ccsm11:01
petook, i am there11:01
mhollisjrthen the rotate cube plugin it's called zoom in general11:01
petomhollisjr i couldnt find it11:03
jussi01peto: did you ask in #compiz-fusion?11:03
mhollisjrccsm > Desktop > rotate cube > general > zoom11:03
petoi got it... mhollisjr thx11:04
mhollisjrno problem peto11:04
petomhollisjr it was really easy :)11:04
mhollisjrthe hardest thing about compiz is finding stuff ^^11:05
petomhollisjr and do you know how can i set up a different wallpapers in walls of cube11:05
gundam_rx78nt1so what is the functional advantage of having compiz installed?  Don't count the eye candy portion.11:05
mhollisjrthat I don't know11:05
mhollisjrfor me, it's quicker ot move around11:05
gundam_rx78nt1mhollisjr: faster than the key combination?11:06
mhollisjrI still use the key combinations11:06
mhollisjrit's hard to explain I don't really have to reorient myself because things change too quickly, since they smoothly change my eyes follow them quicker and I can react quicker11:07
mhollisjrI know that sounds kinda backwards but it does improve my productivity (if you can call it that)11:07
ACOSTA__how do i disable the zooming effect on a icon when i launch?11:07
gundam_rx78nt1I can't justify installing it and using the resources for that if I don't get any performance improvements.11:08
mhollisjr-nod- for me it's visual performance improvements, faster reeactions11:08
mhollisjrno doubt the computer's hurting a bit but quad core 4gb geforce 7900 can handle a bit of a hit11:08
ActionParsnippeto, you can but you cant have desktop icons if you do11:10
ActionParsnipyeah. Its lame but if you are REALLY that bothered you can11:11
cpk1_can I have dhcpd listen on 2 interfaces (eth0 and ath0) and assign ips in the same subnet (192.168.1.XXX)?11:12
storbeckWhy would you want to?11:12
petoso how can i put different images there now11:12
ActionParsnipstorbeck, im guessing ones for wireless and ones wired11:12
mhollisjrdon't have a router? ^^11:12
petohow can i set up it11:12
storbeckAh, he's making his own router. Got it.11:13
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cpk1_was that "why would you want to" directed at me?11:13
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storbeckIt was, not anymore.11:14
cpk1I would bridge it but bridging was kinda hit and miss before11:14
cpk1and some of the reading I was doing suggested that bridging wireless and wired doesnt quite work11:14
storbeckcpk1: http://ubuntulinuxhowto.blogspot.com/2006/06/setup-your-computer-to-be-router.html11:15
ActionParsnippeto, let me find a howto11:15
ActionParsnippeto, http://www.mepislovers.org/forums/showthread.php?p=10828311:16
storbeckmepislovers *chuckles*11:17
cpk1storbeck: I already have everything configured for wired dhcp serving, I am wondering if I can just tell dhcp to listen on ath0 and be done or if I need to make a whole new subnet entry and whatnot11:17
ActionParsnippeto, may help >http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?s=8d1910afe5ab8ec81a0262dcbd87a1ec&t=600909#post369363911:18
ActionParsnipstorbeck, both are debian based11:18
cpk1actually pretty sure they need to be seperate11:18
cpk1more work11:18
storbeckI would assume you need a new subset.11:18
storbeckActionParsnip, I know11:19
petoActionParsnip how11:20
petoActionParsnip: did you find out?11:20
petobecause i can see a imagese of different wallpapers with icnons as well11:21
ActionParsnippeto, dude i just sent you like 2 links11:21
ActionParsnippeto, see above11:21
petodoes anyone know how to get a weather info on the screen in kubuntu11:46
ubotusuperkaramba is an application that gives you interactive eye-candy on your desktop. To get themes for it, head over to http://kde-look.org11:47
Lynourepeto: yes, there is a good applet for that, kweather11:47
ThecksI wish Google Desktop supported Widgets for Linux =[11:47
petolynoure i installed it, what do i need to do now11:49
Lynourepeto: right-click on a panel, choose 'add applet'11:50
Lynourepeto: then just choose kweather from the list11:50
petook, thx11:52
petois it possible to get that applet to top corner on the screen11:55
Lynourepeto: yes, you can move them...11:58
Lynourepeto: hover left of them with a mouse and a control area appears, rightclick, 'Move Weather Report'11:59
petoi dont know why, but that kweather is not there12:03
petoi installed one more, that one is in that menu and i can choose it, but kweather is not there12:03
petoi got it...12:03
petoits ok now12:03
dhq_i have internal mic on my laptop but it doesnt work12:04
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edneymatiashi all12:05
gundam_rx78nt1hello edney12:05
edneymatiashello gundam!12:06
edneymatiasi'm running kubuntu 7.10 with kde4 packages from launchpad ppa and i'm having problems with koqueror to access my company webmail12:06
edneymatiasi search for informations and it seems tha apache ssl is misconfigured...12:07
edneymatiassomething to do with named virtual hosts ssl12:08
edneymatiasso when i try to connect...i got a message telling me the protocol process terminated12:08
edneymatiassomething like that...12:08
edneymatiaswith firefox beta 3....i got a message like that...but i was able to add an exception12:09
edneymatiasto the site12:09
edneymatiasbut didn't find a way in konqueror12:09
edneymatiasif it exists...12:09
edneymatiasi'm not sure...but in some moment in the past...during kde 4 rc series...i already accessed the site...12:11
edneymatiasi don't remember...but i think things got wrong when i switched to ppa repositories12:12
edneymatiasanyone knows what can possible be done?12:13
PiaireuhHello, is there any French aroud here ?12:16
NickPresta!fr | Piaireuh12:16
ubotuPiaireuh: Allez a #ubuntu-fr ou #kubuntu-fr pour de l'aide et de la discussion en francais.12:16
edneymatiasi saw... :)12:17
dhq__i have internal mic on my laptop but it doesnt work12:17
squid0dhq__: try selecting it under kmix12:18
squid0the radio button12:19
dhq__squid0: well i dont see it under kmix12:19
squid0look at 'Mic' under Input tab12:19
dhq__squid0: well i enebled it there but no difference12:20
edneymatiassee ya!12:20
squid0dhq__: hmm. maybe try the Mic Boost switch under 'switches'?12:21
dhq__squid0: well i dont have it12:21
squid0or just open krec or audacity and try recording something. maybe it actually does work12:21
squid0but the volume may be soft, or something12:21
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genjixwhats a good root partition size?12:26
genjix4 gb?12:26
Lynouregenjix: Depends on how much stuff you plan to have there, and which parts you'll have separate. I seem to use 4.3G currently12:28
Xbehaveall my ttys are broken, is this due to a bad vga setting, what should i set vga to on an intel? (i think somebody helped me here before, thx but i cant seam to get the right vga setting)12:29
Lynouregenjix: but I have kde3 and kde4, and lots of other stuff12:30
dhq__squid0: it doesnt record12:31
squid0dhq__: i don't know12:31
genjixok thanks Lynoure12:31
plantainHey, my applets randomly don't load, can anyone tell me why this might be?12:32
plantainMost importantly, what the default sound applet in KDE3.5 is called? I can't decrease my volume with it gone :S12:32
dante_как народу то много...12:34
Lynoure plantain: kmix12:34
dante_рашнспикинг есть?12:34
jpatrick!ru | dante_12:34
ubotudante_: Пожалуйста посетите #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке  / Pozhalujsta posetite #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke12:34
dante_drop me out here... a dont remember how))12:35
Thecksрашнспикинг есть?12:35
Lynouredante_: /join #ubuntu-ru12:36
Lynouredante_: if I understood your question right.. if you meant how to leave, that's just /leave #kubuntu12:36
Thecks/part #kubuntu12:38
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nevilleplantain have you tried Kmixer?12:45
dhqplease someone help me with my mic12:48
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about record - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi12:48
Dr_willisI never use a mic under linux. sorry.12:48
Dr_williswell actually i have.. but i just plugged it in.. and it worked. :)  of course my Audigy card has a mic port right there on the front just for mics.  So many of these newer sound cards have multi ports that could be a mic, or rear speakers or other bits.. it gets confuseing.12:49
dhqDr_willis: well i need the mic i have no clue what to do12:50
Dr_willisPlug it into the mic slot on the soune card?12:50
Dr_willisYouve not really stated what the problem is.12:51
Dr_willisim assuming it just 'dosent work'12:51
dhqDr_willis: how do i restore my sound system to when kubuntu was 1st installed13:01
identityanybody knows how to watch divx full screen on PS3 kubuntu , vlc and mplayer ?13:02
Dr_willisdhq,  you are saying sound used to work but now it dosent? or what exactly.13:02
Dr_williswith mplayer and vlc - i thought the 'f' key enabled fullscreen mode13:03
dhqDr_willis: before mic worked now it doesnt13:04
Dr_willisdhq,  guess ya need to mess with the kmixer, or alsa-mixer tools then.13:05
Dr_willisYou may have it muted some how/13:05
nonameer... Hello, I've got a problem with a bunch of files created in windows, they all have names in cp1251, so in dolphin their names are replaced with question marks... How can I view their names properly?13:24
herasnoname: "apt-cache search cyrillic" returns a bunch of font packages. One of those may fix your problem.13:30
RurouniJoneshowdy all, is there a way I can get Amarok 1.4.8 and libgpod 6.0 installed on my gutsy system without having to upgrade half of it? Out of curiosity I added the hardy repo but asking to update Amarok requrie updating the KDE base packages. Is it possible to et aroudn this or will I have to install a local copy form source?13:34
nonameheras: thank you, I'll try that13:35
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ForgeAusahh remember the stuff about how a .deb is compressed?14:05
ForgeAusI found the utility to decompress them14:05
ForgeAusnot sure if it comes in ubuntu by default but I guess it would14:05
ForgeAusar is the program14:06
emilsedgha deb is a tar.gz package14:06
ForgeAus(if even interix, the most barebones *ix I've ever seen has it and ubuntu is based on debian, then I'd gather its there somewhere)14:06
ForgeAusnot exactly emil14:06
ForgeAusits two tarballs inside a .deb archive14:06
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ForgeAus(a control.tar.gz and data.tar.gz inside an ar archive)14:06
ForgeAusits just that the ar archive happens to have a .deb extension hehe :)14:07
ForgeAusdata appears to be where the binaries go, I'm not so sure about what the control.tar.gz is about probably either source or config information14:07
alteregodo you ever throw anything out that is absolutely valuable and delicious to eat like chicken wings?14:08
ForgeAusalterego you mean no need for ar because its a low level tool and dpkg does it all?14:08
ForgeAusbut what happens when your dpkg breaks?14:09
ForgeAusor on a system that doesn't ahve a working dpkg?14:09
alteregowhat is dpkg14:09
ForgeAusits fine for kubuntu... but for interix it wasnt14:09
raiduHey can anyone help me with a bug?14:10
ForgeAusdpkg is what apt-get and adept and kpackage and aptitude, etc all run to open and install .deb packages14:10
ForgeAusdselect is another one14:10
ForgeAuswhat kinda bug raidu?14:10
raiduthe abept installer has a bug14:10
raidui cant understand why the hell it makes it to shut down14:11
ForgeAuslike I asked what kinda bug?14:11
ForgeAusum what package(s) did you install?14:11
patoruzuhey guys...when will kde 3.5.9 will be upgraded to the repos???14:11
ForgeAushmm ok well then I'm not sure14:11
raiduand new updates and gmount14:12
ForgeAusum what kinda new updates?14:12
ForgeAusI could understand possibly a kernel update requiring a restart14:12
raiduso can you help me?14:13
ForgeAuswhat you mean it makes adept close on you unexpectedly?14:13
ForgeAusor the comptuer shut down?14:13
raiduthe first one14:13
ForgeAusoh um perhaps it was going out of its mind trying to calculate something...14:13
raiduwhen i try to start adept installer then it closes14:13
ForgeAusum... try doing the updates individually14:14
raidui did like 3 restarts14:14
ForgeAusreally? um sounds like your lacking memory space of some kind14:14
raidu1,5 GB ram14:14
raiduand 250 GB disk14:14
ForgeAusyeah but what are you running to fill the 1.5gb :)14:14
raiduemm theres nothing else running than koversation and gaim14:15
ForgeAuswhy both?14:15
ForgeAuswhy gaim anyway in the first place14:16
raidumsn and irc14:16
ForgeAusA) its been replaced by pigdin14:16
ForgeAusand B) kopete does most of the protocols14:16
raidui think im sitting on a old KDE :P14:16
ForgeAusincluding both msn and irc!14:16
raiduyea that i know14:16
raiduso theres no way that the installer can be fixed?14:17
NthDegreegaim and pidgin are the same thing14:17
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NthDegreeraidu: run Adept in a terminal14:17
NthDegreeif it fails to load14:17
ForgeAusraidu you could use apt-get instead14:17
ForgeAussudo apt-get install <packagename>14:17
NthDegreeAdept in a terminal and debug the issue14:18
NthDegreedon't put up with problems that can be easy to fix14:18
ForgeAusI agree NthDegree, only I generally don't know how to fix the problems :)14:18
raiduemm maybe you can tell me the code to run adept in term.14:19
NthDegreeraidu: open konsole#14:19
raidui have been using KDE for a week only14:19
raiduits opend14:19
NthDegreesudo adept_installer14:19
storbeck[09:17] <NthDegree> gaim and pidgin are the same thing14:19
storbeckSort of, gaim is obsolete though.14:19
ubotuInstant Messenger Client Kopete (http://kopete.kde.org) is supporting MSN, Jabber, AIM, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, ICQ and IRC. See also !gaim14:19
Picihmm... that needs to be fixed.14:20
NthDegreestorbeck: they are.. in RHEL pidgin is gaim with the branding changed :P14:20
NthDegreein other distros it's the actual thing14:20
TameLion:O kubotu has eaten ubotu14:20
PiciGaim was forced to change its name by AOL, so its now called Pidgin (in Gutsy and higher)14:20
NthDegreebut apart from branding changes and a new location for config files .purple not a lot has changed14:20
ubotuInstant Messenger Client Kopete (http://kopete.kde.org) is supporting MSN, Jabber, AIM, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, ICQ and IRC. See also !gaim14:20
appelzakopete > gaim ;p14:21
NthDegreeI use Kopete14:21
NthDegreeas soon as I use gaim though.. then it's a different story ;)14:21
storbeckI don't see why gaim was forced to change their name, and naim wasn't.14:21
raiduit says that its a baddevice14:21
NthDegreestorbeck: they got paid to14:22
NthDegreeAOL paid them14:22
NthDegreethe gaim people got money for it14:22
raiduinvaild or uninitaialized input device 16914:22
storbeckNow I do :D14:22
NthDegreeraidu: paste it all in pastebin :P14:22
NthDegreethen gimme the link and i'll take a look14:22
raidupastebin? :S sorry i know im stupid :P14:23
ubotupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #kubuntu channel topic)14:23
NthDegreepaste every line konsole printed into a pastebin14:23
NthDegreethen gimme the URL it returns14:23
NthDegreeokay.. try kdesudo adept_installer14:24
raiduno command found14:25
NthDegreewhich Kubuntu version are you on? >.>14:25
alteregodoes it ever bother you if people give you things when you aren't even ready?14:25
raiduwhere can i check it ? :P14:25
ubotuUbuntu releases a new version every 6 months. Each version is supported for 18 months to 5 years. More info at http://www.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/releases & http://wiki.ubuntu.com/TimeBasedReleases14:25
ubotuTo find out what version of Ubuntu you have, type « lsb_release -a » in a !shell14:25
ubotuThe Instant Messenger Client Pidgin (formerly Gaim) (http://help.ubuntu.com/community/GaimHowto) supports MSN, Jabber, AIM, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, ICQ and IRC. See also !kopete14:25
ubotuInstant Messenger Client Kopete (http://kopete.kde.org) is supporting MSN, Jabber, AIM, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, ICQ and IRC. See also !gaim14:25
PiciFixed :)14:26
ActionParsnipNthDegree, check http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=18702514:26
TameLionpld Pici - was it aliased incorrectly?14:26
ActionParsnipNthDegree, Looks like the tablet devices to me14:26
ForgeAuskewl tablets :)14:27
raiduNthDegree its 7.04 :P i think its old? :P14:27
NthDegreeActionParsnip: as in synaptics drivers?14:27
PiciTameLion: Yeahm !gaim-> !im, but !im-#kubuntu was pointed to !kopete.14:27
ForgeAusI want a 17" (or even A4 sized) convetible tablet PC (/notebook)14:27
NthDegreeraidu: I wonder why you don't have a kdesudo then :|14:27
ActionParsnipNthDegree, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=18593014:27
ActionParsnipNthDegree, the wacom stuff I think in xorg.conf14:27
raiduso its old ? :P14:27
NthDegreeraidu: erm...14:28
NthDegreenot that old xD14:28
NthDegree7.10 would be current14:28
raiduhow can i upgrade it ? is there anyway?14:28
NthDegreeraidu: never bother with upgrades14:29
ActionParsnipraidu, sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get upgrade14:29
NthDegreeif you're going to get the latest version then grab the CD and do a live install14:29
SlimeyPeteyou can upgrade, but personally I always do a clean install14:29
NthDegreeActionParsnip: dist-upgrade14:29
ubotuUbuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon) is the latest version of Ubuntu. Upgrading to Gutsy:  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GutsyUpgrades - Downloading: http://www.ubuntu.com/download - New Features: http://www.ubuntu.com/getubuntu/releasenotes/710tour - Please use bittorrent to download if possible, see !torrents14:29
NthDegreeupgrade is for updating14:29
NthDegreedist-upgrade is for upgrading14:29
SlimeyPeteActionParsnip: he'd need to alter his sources.list first AFAIK.14:30
NthDegreeand update is for caching the latest sources.lst bits14:30
ActionParsnipSlimeyPete, stock ones should update what s/he has installed14:30
NthDegreeyeah he needs to replace all instances of feisty with gutsy14:30
SlimeyPeteActionParsnip: yeah but not to the next release14:30
ActionParsnipNthDegree, s/he's on feisty?14:30
* ActionParsnip gasps14:31
SlimeyPete14:27 < raidu> NthDegree its 7.04 :P i think its old? :P14:31
NthDegreeit's one release old14:31
NthDegreewhat's the issue?14:31
SlimeyPeteI still run Feisty on my desktop14:31
ActionParsnipNthDegree, Hardy is round the corner making it nearly 2 releases old14:31
SlimeyPetehaven't had any reason to upgrade yet14:31
NthDegreeActionParsnip: that's not an issue either14:31
raidudamn i want to fix the adept installer problem14:32
ActionParsnipNthDegree, true if it aint broke...14:32
raidu:( :P14:32
NthDegreeraidu: either 1) wait for hardy heron 2) upgrade to gutsy14:32
NthDegreebut i'd wait for hardy14:32
NthDegreeand grab the KDE 3.5 variety14:32
NthDegreethe KDE 4 variety (according to their mailing list) will be supported for 6 months only14:32
raiduemm maybe you can tell me how to upgrade because that would help a little :P14:33
NthDegreeand KDE 4 is not worth using yet :P14:33
raidui have 3.514:33
NthDegreeraidu: best way is download the Gutsy CD and clean install14:33
raidudamn then i will lose alot of stuff :P14:33
ForgeAusI wouldn't go as far as to say kde4 isn't worth using yet14:33
NthDegreedidn't your mother teach you to have a separate /home partition?14:33
NthDegreeI suppose you can upgrade.. but I don't recommend it14:34
raiduemm my mom doesnt know .... about that :P14:34
Dr_willisMomma says.. BACKUP Yo Porn! :)14:34
raiduwhat the hell lets try to upgrade14:34
NthDegreereplace all instances of feisty with gutsy in /etc/apt/sources.lst14:34
ubotuFor upgrading, see the instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes14:34
NthDegreethen do sudo apt-get clean && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get dist-upgrade14:34
PiciPlease follow the proper upgrade instructions, replacing stuff in sources.list may not always work.14:35
Dr_willisapt-get me a beer14:35
NthDegreePici: that is for Ubuntu14:35
NthDegreeand his Adept does NOT work14:35
NthDegreeso he can't do it that way14:36
ForgeAusapt-get one yourself you lazy <insert insult here>14:36
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Dr_willisi always install synaptic  and use it.14:36
ActionParsnipcat /dev/beer > //home/Dr_willis/mouth (SYMLink to stomach)14:36
Dr_willisBuffer Over flow error  Core Dumped.14:36
ActionParsnipDr_willis, do you have the liver package installed14:37
NthDegreeDr_willis: stop spreading your Win32/Diarrhoea :P14:37
Dr_willisapt-get upgrade liver14:37
ActionParsnipi wish :(14:37
raidunth so i donwload feisty or how i do it?14:37
NthDegreethere are two ways14:38
NthDegreeto upgrade14:38
NthDegree1) is do what I said about replacing the sources14:38
BluesKajHiyas All  :-)14:38
NthDegree2) use an Alternate Installation CD, but that may have issues of it's own (i've never used it for an upgrade)14:38
ActionParsnip!hi | BluesKaj14:38
ubotuBluesKaj: Hi! Welcome to #kubuntu!14:38
BluesKajhi ActionParsnip14:39
NthDegreeraidu: the normal way is to let Adept tell you there's a new release and then you upgrade that way.. but your adept is broken so....14:39
raiduo grap14:39
raiduk time to download the new ver :P14:39
NthDegreeraidu: wait for Hardy Heron, back up your data and install a clean version then is my advice14:40
NthDegreeand partition so your system has about 30GB and the rest goes to /home14:40
ForgeAushehe NthDegree I'd say wait for the Icy Iguana or whatever the one after Hardy will be called :)14:40
PiciForgeAus: Intrepid Ibex14:41
ForgeAuslol kewl14:41
ubotuIntrepid Ibex is the code name for Ubuntu 8.10, due October 2008 - For more info, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IntrepidIbex14:41
NthDegreeIntimate Iguana.. just for the ladies ;)14:41
NthDegreeI want J to be Jumping Jackal hehe14:41
ForgeAusIntrepid's a kewl name for an OS :)14:41
PiciForgeAus: I think its neat too14:42
ForgeAusdunno about the jumping but Jackal has a good chance of being right14:42
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ForgeAusI can't quite remember what an ibex is, some kinda cattle? or a bird?14:42
Dr_willistall thin bird14:42
Dr_willisseen in egyption  stuff all the time i recall.14:43
faadalesuomea kukaan täällä?14:43
PiciDr_willis: An ibex is a mountain goat.14:43
ForgeAusno DrWillis your thinking Ibis14:43
NthDegreeJoyous Jaguar14:43
Dr_williswhat the heck is that tall bird then..14:43
PiciIbis? Heron?14:43
NthDegreeor a bit of a cheeky one could be Jerky Jackal >.>14:43
Dr_willisIbis may be it then. :)14:44
ForgeAusyeah basicaly wild goats14:44
Dr_willisI recall a show on egypt - showed  some bird headed man with the head of a ibis (must of been what they said)14:44
ForgeAusnah more like Jovial Jackal or Jousty Jackal or something14:44
BluesKajheh, it's obvious these (k)ubuntu "names" are chosen by commitee ... how much more lame can these "names" get anyway ? :(14:44
Dr_willisI think wee need a "Sick Of Silly names Snake"14:44
ForgeAuslol Blues :)14:45
ActionParsnipcould have KUbuntu 200814:45
Dr_willisI vote we name them after  porn stars. :) and i will shut up now.14:45
* ActionParsnip waits for hate14:45
ForgeAusK will be interesing14:45
ForgeAusKnightly Kipling?14:45
Dr_willisDead Poets. :)14:45
Dr_willisBeast;y Bach14:45
Dr_willisShaky Shakespear14:45
ForgeAusStoned Singer ?14:46
Dr_willisPretty Poe14:46
Dr_willisLovely Lovecraft14:46
ForgeAusTorrid Treefrog ?14:46
ubotu#kubuntu is the official Kubuntu support channel, for all Kubuntu-related support questions. Please use #kubuntu-offtopic for general chatter. Thanks!14:46
ForgeAusaww jussi, we're just having some fun14:46
NthDegreeZOMG Zebra!14:46
Dr_willisI want 'pun' names like 'Emanual transmission'14:46
jussi01ForgeAus: you can have fun in -offtopic14:46
BluesKajc'mon Hardy Heron , even a poltically correct suburban houswewife can be more adventurous than that :)14:47
ForgeAusyeah but the people here aren't all in offtopic are they?14:47
Daisuke_Idoi think intrepid may be the release that drives people away from using the code names14:47
ActionParsnipZoomy Zebra14:47
NthDegreejussi01: if there's no support questions.. no problem14:47
jussi01ForgeAus: thats why I mentioned it :)14:47
ForgeAusthat would be good Daisuke :)14:47
Dr_willisThe Animal Name stuff does confuse a lot of newbies at work14:47
NthDegreeK can be Kissing Kangaroo14:48
BluesKajzebras are lion feed14:48
NthDegreeF should have been Flaunting Feline14:48
jussi01All, please take it to #kubuntu-offtopic thanks :)14:48
NthDegreemy bad... this naming stuff is contageous :$14:49
dancemusiconlyi need some help. could smb help??14:49
NthDegreedancemusiconly: what's the problem?14:49
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. :-)14:49
Dr_willisOfftopic Ostrach - the offical mascot of #ubuntu-offtopic14:49
Dr_willisSamba! i can do that. :)14:49
ubotuSamba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and http://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html - Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT.14:50
BluesKajjussi01, wjo appointed you the OT police ? :)14:50
ForgeAusits not Ostrach its Osteritch I think14:50
ForgeAusor something similar14:50
dancemusiconlywell i've got codex installed, but video is coloured green and there is no volume14:50
dancemusiconlywhat to do????14:50
NthDegreedancemusiconly: what codecs are we on about?14:50
NthDegreeyou need to be more specific14:50
Dr_willisOhh Not 'samba' help. :)14:50
Dr_willisthe video has a green tint?14:51
NthDegreeDr_willis: he's a txt-talker :P14:51
Dr_willisand is this with ATI or Nvidia cards?14:51
dancemusiconlyvideo codex all of them any type of video14:51
Dr_willisi was guessing ati..14:51
jussi01!avi | dancemusiconly14:51
NthDegreedancemusiconly: which set of drivers are you using?14:51
Dr_willisive heard of others with similer issues, some are grey scale, some hae odd colors..14:51
ubotudancemusiconly: 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/FreeFormats14:51
NthDegreehave you tried using xv rather than OpenGL rendering?14:52
dancemusiconlyahh don't ask me such questions i've just started using kubuntu14:52
ForgeAuswhats xv rendering?14:52
NthDegreedancemusiconly: you use Kaffeine right?14:52
NthDegreefor playing videos I mean14:52
ForgeAusoh ok14:52
OsirisXhi guys.....busy with online course....how would i display the content of etc/passwd sorted on group id14:52
NthDegreeSettings > Xine Engine Parameters14:53
NthDegreeclick Video14:53
Dr_willisOsirisX,  i think the sort command has an option tod o by colum14:53
NthDegreechange "Auto" to "xv"14:53
NthDegreethen try14:53
dancemusiconlyok. i'll try14:53
NthDegreeif that fails then try "OpenGL"14:53
NthDegreego through each rendering engine one by one14:54
NthDegreesee if it makes any difference, it usually does14:54
OsirisXcan someone type the command so i can copy and paste it to test please :)14:54
* NthDegree be back in a bit, need a drink ^.^14:54
llutzOsirisX: guess the course reason is, that _you_ learn things beyond c&p14:55
dancemusiconlythat worked)))14:55
Dr_willisman sort14:56
Dr_willisor use awk14:56
konradI'm using a Sound Blaster Audigy 2 but don't get any sound playing MIDI-files. Synth is on maximum on the mixer settings. Any ideas how I can get the sound working? I'm using Kmid to play14:57
OsirisXdr_willis.....nothing on sort for coloums14:58
Dr_willis-k, --key=POS1[,POS2]14:59
OsirisXk...will try that14:59
OsirisXWhat regex matches lines that consist entirely of digits?15:00
Dr_willisdepends on the regexp language the program is supporting15:00
Dr_willistheres a [num] thing in THINKin some15:00
Dr_willisbut not all programs support that.15:01
Dr_willisvisual-regexp - Interactively debug regular expressions15:01
Dr_williskregexpeditor - graphical regular expression editor plugin for KDE15:01
raidudo u know how to fix adept installer?15:03
PiciDepends whats wrong with it.15:04
raiduit crashes when its loading the list15:04
Dr_willisi rarely use adept. i perfer syaptic15:04
raiduicons and stuff15:04
Dr_willissee if  the command line tools have issues also15:04
raiduu mean term?15:04
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/UsingTheTerminal15:05
NthDegreeraidu: yeah like using apt-get and aptitude15:05
raiduyea term had problems15:05
Dr_willissaw someone the other day had apt issies/ he had to clean out 2 files in his  /var/cache/apt/SOMTHING dir15:06
ubotuIf an APT front-end crashed and your database is locked, try this in a !terminal: « sudo fuser -vki /var/lib/dpkg/lock;sudo dpkg --configure -a »15:06
raidusays for that command that it wasnt found15:07
raidui replaced the user thing to15:08
Dr_willissudo fuser -vki /var/lib/dpkg/lock;sudo dpkg --configure -a15:08
PiciWhat user thing?15:08
Dr_williswas not found?15:08
Dr_willisi would guess.. a typo on your part was the issue15:08
Piciraidu: What user thing did you replace?15:08
raiduok now i didnt and it did nothing :S15:09
NthDegreeraidu: if you receive no messages that means it worked15:09
NthDegreewhen you get no error message generally that means something has worked15:09
raiduk i thought it will give me a line of stuff that its fixing or smth :P15:10
raidulol still not working :P15:10
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NthDegree[K]ubuntu isn't the type of distro that adheres to Windows style "everything is okay" philosophy15:10
NthDegreeuntil it tells you something is wrong, generally you can assume all is okay :P15:10
BluesKajraidu, the best practice for following the instructions here is to copy and paste the text into the konsole... trying to retype them can really do damage15:10
raiduk i wont retype never again :P15:11
NthDegreeBluesKaj: till someone makes a factoid for !rm-rf-forwardslash ;)15:11
ForgeAuslol blues :)15:11
ForgeAusonly if you mistype them15:11
raiduwhat that thing does ? :P15:11
BluesKajForgeAus, well, I learned my lesson a long time ago15:12
ForgeAuswhat lesson?15:12
NthDegreeBluesKaj: encouraging users to copy/paste results in people causing damage15:12
ForgeAusI'm lost whats !rm-rf-forwardslash?15:12
BluesKajnot to type15:12
ForgeAusrofl Blues :)15:12
NthDegreeForgeAus: "sudo rm -rf /" DO NOT TYPE EVER!15:12
ForgeAusoh IC... well I could do that but I wouldn't want to15:12
NthDegreebut that is what will happen if people copy/paste15:12
ForgeAusit would remove all files under the root directory15:12
BluesKajI only type when I need to15:13
NthDegreeand everything in the root directory15:13
ForgeAuswouldn't my system stop functioning before it got that far?15:13
NthDegreeForgeAus: probably15:13
PiciNthDegree: Pleaes don't suggest that, even when joking.15:13
trappistand since everything is IN the root directory...15:13
Dr_willisForgeAus,  ive found it dident stop :)15:13
ForgeAuslol DrWillis from personal experience?15:13
NthDegreePici: i'm not suggesting it, i'm explaining people suggesting it's a good idea to copy/paste are going to get newbies into trouble15:13
ForgeAuswhy would someone do such a thing?15:13
raiduim getting mad at adept installer :P15:13
ForgeAusraidu it probably gets mad at users too :)15:14
raidutoo much work :P15:14
* ForgeAus chuckles (of course I was only kidding)15:14
Dr_willisa simple typo of one SPACE when giveing a full path.. can result in it.15:14
ForgeAusadept? too much work? uh?15:14
NthDegreeDr_willis: that's a good point15:14
trappistForgeAus: on accident, mostly.  imaging you accidentally say "sudo rm -rf / etc/foobar" with the extra space.  that means recursively remove / and etc/foobar.15:14
Dr_willisNthDegree,  and thats howit normally happens. :)15:15
raidudont listen to me im talking .... out of my mind because im really really mad15:15
AndreSTCim having problems using gparted live cd, can any1 help me with that?15:15
ForgeAuswell its always best to use caution when using the rm command anytime anyway15:15
NthDegreeraidu: try a sudo apt-get clean15:15
ForgeAusandre its more a gnome thing than kubuntu15:15
ForgeAusbut sure ask...15:15
ForgeAus(what distro is gparted livecd based on? slackware? ubuntu?)15:16
NthDegreeForgeAus: and chcon too, can't count the number of systems i've wrecked by chconning .wine and stuff >.>15:16
trappistI've had something similar happen using tab completion.  I expected more than one file to match, so I typed part of the filename, hit tab, and added *, but since there was only one such file I ended up with "rm -rf filename *" in my home dir.  that sucked.15:16
Dr_willisForgeAus,  i thohg it was gentoo. their homepage says15:16
raiduur my hearo15:16
ForgeAuskewl DrWillis15:16
raiduworks :)15:16
NthDegreei'm your what? OMG15:16
raiduthanks alot15:16
ForgeAusI'm right now installing portage into my Interix :)15:16
ForgeAuswhats chcon do?15:17
AndreSTCForgeAus its because im trying to boot with my live cd, but i dont know what option i should select when it starts15:17
NthDegreeForgeAus: SELinux contexts15:17
raiduit cleaned the bad parts off ? :P15:17
ForgeAustrappist I don't use tab completion in IRC for that very reason15:17
NthDegreeraidu: it was a stale cache that's all15:17
raidunow maybe u can tell me how to upgrade with adept?15:18
ForgeAusI odn't use SELinux either but its ok15:18
trappistForgeAus: well you're not going to be rm -rf'ing people :)  and a lot of nicks on irc are a lot harder to type than any file I've named on my system, so I use it copiously on irc.  results in a few inexpensive mistakes.15:18
NthDegreeraidu: well now that is fixed the updater should work15:18
ForgeAusraidu you can upgrade adept itself by sudo apt-get install adept hehe15:18
NthDegreeraidu: try updating your system15:18
NthDegreethen reboot15:18
NthDegreethen it will prompt and ask if you'd like to upgrade hopefully15:18
NthDegreethat is the normal way15:19
trappistactually I use it so much I find myself trying to use it to complete long words :/15:19
TimSIs it possible to reserve the bottom 20 pixels of the screen so that no window covers it?15:19
raidutalk me trought what i need do to?15:19
ForgeAustrappist yeah but sometimes people have similar nicknames ...15:19
NthDegreeif that fails then you'll need to change the sources list and apt-get update && apt-get dist-upgrade15:19
ForgeAuslike theres at least 3 dra* ones in this very channel15:19
trappistTimS: in kde you can tell kicker to keep itself from being covered by windows15:19
NthDegreeraidu: update your current system to the latest patches first, then reboot and see if adept prompts and asks you15:20
TimSI am running a virtualbox with windows and I want to reserv the bottom for the windows start bar.15:20
raiduthe question is where i get the patches im a newbie :P15:20
NthDegreeTimS: *sigh* just put the KDE bar at the top?15:20
ForgeAusTims then resize your screen?15:20
NthDegreeraidu: 1 sec15:20
ForgeAususe a scrollbar!15:21
ForgeAusor alter your virtual-desktop space?15:21
NthDegreeraidu: kdesudo adept_updater15:21
TimSMy KDE bar is at the top, but I would rather not have windows cover the bottom.15:21
TimSIf its not possible, don't worry15:21
ForgeAusyou can auto-hide windows taskbar15:21
NthDegreeTimS: one easy fix15:21
NthDegreeright click virtualbox bit on window list15:22
NthDegreeAdvanced > Keep Above Others15:22
TimSAh! Above all others! Thanks alot!15:22
NthDegreeand voila15:22
NthDegreehttp://www.ubuntu.com/products/whatIsubuntu/releases <- why am I not authorised to access this page? ;O15:24
raiduhow can i run the updater tool?15:24
NthDegreeraidu: kdesudo adept_updater is one way15:24
raiduwhen the adept is finished15:24
raiduyea i know15:24
NthDegreeor sudo adept_updater15:24
raiduit sed close adept installer and open another15:24
NthDegreeclose adept installer15:24
ForgeAussudo isn't recommended for GUI aps15:24
raiduit downloaded somthing15:24
NthDegreeForgeAus: I know15:24
NthDegreebut he has no kdesudo15:24
ForgeAuskdesu and/or kdesudo15:25
raidunow where could i find it?15:25
ForgeAuskdesudo is for KDE4 isn't it15:25
NthDegreeForgeAus: is kdesu piped up to kdesudo?15:25
ForgeAusKDE3 etc had KDESU15:25
NthDegreeI have 3.515:25
NthDegreeraidu: try kdesu adept_updater15:25
ForgeAusI don't think 3.5 has kdesudo15:25
NthDegreeForgeAus: i'm on 3.5 and have kdesudo15:25
raidui have the stuff15:25
kapitonhi all15:25
NthDegreeon Gutsy Gibbon15:25
ForgeAusNth do you also have kde4?15:25
raidubut i sed to run some other program that i downloaded15:25
raiduwhere could i find it?15:26
NthDegreeForgeAus: Kubuntu Gutsy default install15:26
* ForgeAus shrugs15:26
ForgeAusI wouldn't know about gutsy15:26
NthDegreeraidu: unless you tell me what that program is?15:26
raiduwait a moment15:26
NthDegreeyou need to remember the details as you go along =]15:26
raidudistribution upgrade tool15:28
raiduo it started15:28
raiduit sef15:28
raidui tryed kdesu adept_updater and works like hell fine :P15:28
raiduthanks alot m815:29
NthDegreeraidu: when you're upgraded back up your stuff to DVDs or CDs15:29
NthDegreethen when Hardy Heron is out to a clean install15:29
raidui allready did15:29
NthDegreeand partition with a separate /home that takes up the majority of your disk15:30
NthDegreethen you can clean install and not lose your stuff.. simply by only reformatting the system partition(s)15:30
raiduso u recomend me to use partition15:30
NthDegreeI recommend next clean install you make to have a /home aswell as a /15:30
NthDegreethen you can clean install each time without losing your stuff =]15:31
raidubut how can i unrar or mount isos ?15:31
NthDegreeyou want to extract files from an ISO?15:32
raidui want to install photoshop cs215:32
raiduand use it with wine15:32
raiduthats why i wanted to start learning linux to get my comp clean and fast15:33
NthDegreePhotoshop CS2 will be as buggy as hell on Wine15:33
NthDegreebut here's the info on mounting ISOs from my 2nd most favourite source15:34
raiduso no photoshop on linux?15:34
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about isomount - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi15:34
ubotuTo mount an ISO disc image, type « sudo mount -o loop <ISO-filename> <mountpoint> » - There is a list of useful cd image conversion tools at http://wiki.linuxquestions.org/wiki/CD_Image_Conversion - Always verify the ISO using !MD5 before !burning.15:34
PiciBah, i give up.15:34
LjL!appdb | raidu15:34
uboturaidu: The Wine Application DB is a database of applications and help for !Windows programs that run under !WINE: http://appdb.winehq.org15:34
LjL!equivalents > raidu    (raidu, see the private message from Ubotu)15:35
NthDegreeraidu: you can, but it's not easy to set up15:35
NthDegreeraidu: plus Krita, Karbon and The GIMP can easily do what Photoshop does15:35
raiduim used to photoshop for 5 years not15:35
vltHello. I started a second X server `X :1` and then a remote Session `export DISPLAY=:1; ssh -X user@remotehost startkde`. This works but the font's don't look like on the remote machine. They actually look like crap. What am I missing here?15:36
raiduso its hard to quit my job and start learning new ones but what the hell it takes time anyway :P15:36
NthDegreeraidu: well it's not an easy ride setting up Photoshop on WINE15:36
LjLraidu, "gimpshop" is a hack that attempts to imitate Photoshop controls on the GIMP. Pixel32 is a commercial image editor for Linux that mimicks Photoshop to a good extent.15:37
raiduill try to work it out then :P15:39
ubotuBeryl has been merged with Compiz to form Compiz-Fusion.  New Beryl installs are discouraged. See also !compiz15:39
ubotuKubuntu is not shipping with compiz installed or enabled by default. You can still install it and have your eyecandy goodness. The instructions are at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/CompizFusion - further help in #compiz-fusion15:39
raidubut i think i wont have time to design i want to learn linux first:P15:40
raiduis it right that kubuntu is a linux version as its done by the same guys ?15:40
Dr_williskubuntu is ubuntu - gnome + kde15:41
LjLraidu: hm? no, i don't think so15:41
LjLraidu: same guys as what, as Linux?15:41
raidusomeone sed that to be15:41
ubotuLinux is the kernel (core) of the Ubuntu operating system. Many operating systems use Linux as kernel. For more information on Linux in general, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linux15:41
raiduto me15:41
Dr_willistheres 100's if not 1000's of linux disrtos out.15:41
raiduis it hard to learn kubuntu fully ?15:42
LjLraidu: Linux is just a small (though important) part of Kubuntu, and it is developed by different people, although it's maintained by Ubuntu developers specifically for Ubuntu and Kubuntu15:42
raiduand retheme it and so on so on15:42
SlimeyPeteno harder than any other OS15:42
LjLraidu: "fully"? yes.15:42
Dr_willisraidu,  learking the kde or gnome interface is rather simple. Learning the nitty gritty of the Linux OS is a bit harder.. but its very well documented all over.15:42
Dr_willisNight all15:42
raiduLjL where could i find new themes for kubuntu=15:43
ubotuFind your themes at: http://www.gnome-look.org - http://art.gnome.org - http://www.kde-look.org - http://kubuntu-art.org - http://themes.freshmeat.net/browse/58/ - http://www.guistyles.com - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/ - Also see !changethemes and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuEyeCandy15:43
desmondhulp nodig, paneel verdwenen15:45
LjL!nl | desmond15:47
ubotudesmond: Nederlandstalige ondersteuning voor Ubuntu (en vers gezette koffie) is te vinden in #ubuntu-nl15:47
desmondneed help, taskbar/panel disapeared15:48
prince_jammysdesmond: try alt f2  and   type "gnome-panel"15:48
ubotuTo change gnome themes: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuEyeCandy.  Kubuntu themes: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CustomizeKubuntu. Xubuntu users should /msg ubotu xfce-themes15:49
prince_jammysdesmond: sorry type "kicker"15:49
desmondprince_jammys nothing hapened15:49
prince_jammysdesmond: got my channels mixed up ;)15:49
desmondin konsole it said it already was running15:50
prince_jammysdesmond: try this::  "killall kicker; kicker"15:50
desmondit apeared15:50
desmondand then disapeared15:50
prince_jammysyou got me excited for a moment15:50
desmondprince_jammys: *** attempt to put segment in horiz list twice15:51
prince_jammysthis happens every time you log in?15:52
desmondstarted last night15:52
desmondbut didnt reboot then15:52
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walmikhello all15:56
walmiki m trying to access 2 windows machines thru samba shares and i get an error 'Timeout on server workgroup'. Just a couple of hours ago everything was working fine... pls hep15:58
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ubotuKubuntu is not shipping with compiz installed or enabled by default. You can still install it and have your eyecandy goodness. The instructions are at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/CompizFusion - further help in #compiz-fusion16:02
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walmikhi all... i am trying to play an mp3 in amarok and it seems to be playing(stereo visualizer working & time shuttle moving) but i cannot here a thing. Sorry a noob question16:11
raiduwalmik u have mp3 codecs installed?16:13
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raiduand did you check ur sound settings?16:13
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davidrj2k8Please, help! I has downloaded Kubunto 7.10 for AMD64 (Desktop), but need login :S what's the login?16:14
davidrj2k8Obs: I'm using as LiveCD16:15
raidudavid when u installed didnt it ask for login?16:16
raiduo live cd :P16:16
raiduhmm try user user or smth like that16:17
davidrj2k8user: user; pass: user?16:17
danmy graphics card broke. :( Can I emulate it with ram? :P16:18
raiduyea david try that16:19
danraidu: how do I do?16:19
raiduits a own ram video card?16:19
danI have to run in vesa16:19
davidrj2k8Okay, I'll try (anyway I back ^^)16:19
raidui think its not possible but wich card u have ?16:20
dangeforcego 7600 laptop16:20
dankinda annoying to run in 800x600 :/16:21
raiduits not broke16:21
raiduits software is gone16:21
danno.. not really16:21
raiduif it would be broke then u would not see anything16:21
raidui had the same problem with ATI16:21
danI don't see anything. that's why I have to run with vesa16:22
raidui reinstalled the software and worked16:22
raidudepends how broke it is16:22
daneven in bois I have purple stuff everywhere16:22
danlike some characters is purple and stuff16:22
raiduwhen the main chipset is broke then theres no way to get it to work with comp ram16:22
raiduthe chipset is broke16:22
danand when I start xserver the whole screen is like disorted :/16:22
danbut in vesa it's ok :P16:23
danbut can I emulate a graphics card with my ram?16:23
danuntil I have this sucker repaired16:23
raiduif the main chipset is broke then theres no way16:23
dandamn :(16:23
danthanks anyway then :)16:24
raidubut if its not then its possible but i really dont know because i fixed my old car my self16:24
raidui fixed it my self16:24
danah. but I think it may be chipset then, since it's disorted from when i start the comp16:25
danwell cya :)16:25
raidunp cya16:25
francesco_ciao a tutti16:27
davidrj2k8T_T Don't work "user user" T_T16:29
davidrj2k8raidu: the user/user don't work T_T16:29
davidrj2k8smth too16:30
raiduhmm mine didnt ask any user names16:30
raidudid u try nothing :P16:30
raidulike empty16:30
davidrj2k8I have tried root, user, kubuntu, ubuntu, ... (combined in password all elements) and nothing16:31
davidrj2k8I tried too16:31
davidrj2k8de hash (MD5) is Correct too16:31
davidrj2k8I don't have idea of the error16:32
vikkuhow do i open the terminal window16:32
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raidugo to k-menu16:33
raiduand consol16:33
raiduthats the terminal16:33
ubotuKubuntu is not shipping with compiz installed or enabled by default. You can still install it and have your eyecandy goodness. The instructions are at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/CompizFusion - further help in #compiz-fusion16:33
vikkuraidu : there is no option of console there16:34
raiduwait a minute16:34
llutzvikku: alt-f2: konsole16:34
raiduyea thats what i wanted to write :P16:34
raiduu got it first16:34
rocmevikku: did you really find an irc client but now console?16:35
davidrj2k8I'm where16:35
vikkuhonestly, yes lmao16:35
raiduroot didnt work?16:35
raiduu didnt get any username or password with livecd?16:36
raiduor u downloaded it ?16:36
davidrj2k8root/root, root/kubuntu, root/toor, kubuntu/kubuntu, kubuntu/root, ...16:36
davidrj2k8I has downloaded16:36
vikkualt f2 allows running me only one command, executes the command and sys finished (doesnt return prompt))16:36
raidutry fully empty if that doesnt work then i dont know16:36
vikkui downloaded it too16:36
davidrj2k8http://mirror.pop-sc.rnp.br/mirror/ubuntu/kubuntu/gutsy/ ==> http://mirror.pop-sc.rnp.br/mirror/ubuntu/kubuntu/gutsy/kubuntu-7.10-desktop-amd64.iso16:36
raiduill check it16:37
llutzvikku: press alt-f2 enter there " konsole " and you'll get a shell/console16:37
vikkuah ok lemme try16:37
davidrj2k8I tried full empty too16:37
raiduwtf :S16:37
vikkullutz: gotcha thnks16:38
davidrj2k8In the qtemu (win-qemu), worked, but, on burn CD don't work (I want use in Virtual, but Qemu is too slow, in the next time I download de version 32b)16:38
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coggzhi, how do i get my wireless to auto connect using knetworkmanager?16:38
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raidudavid i dont have no idea what the password would be then. i got shiped cd so i dont know16:39
raiduand even then i didnt have a password16:39
davidrj2k8I will try download the 32b version16:41
davidrj2k8A question... What's the difference of "Alternate" and "Desktop"? o.O16:42
coggzdesktop is a live cd, but alternate isn't, it can run on older machines16:43
coggzless ram, graphics...16:43
jussi01Anyone remember the name of the randr tray app?16:43
jussi01coggz: no, thea tray app for kde16:43
coggzjussi01: oh, right16:44
coggzjussi01: i used to use it a lot, but i can't remember what it is called now...16:45
llutzjussi01: krandrtray16:45
davidrj2k8óh... thanx16:45
coggzjussi01: aha16:45
jussi01llutz: ah yes thats it.16:45
coggzDoes anyone know how to make knetworkmanager auto connect wireless16:46
jussi01llutz: it doesnt seem to be in the repos. was there a particularly good place to get it?16:46
jussi01(or should google sufice ;D)16:46
llutzdpkg -S krandrtray16:46
llutzit's in kcontrol16:46
coggzjussi01: it came with my kubuntu install16:47
jussi01aye... /me headdesks16:47
coggznosrednaekim: hi16:51
nosrednaekimhey coggz16:52
coggznosrednaekim: hows things,16:54
coggznosrednaekim: good. How do you get wireless to autoconnect in knetworkmanager?16:55
nosrednaekimcoggz » I think you have to make the network trusted16:55
coggzhola senor!!16:55
coggznosrednaekim: aha, thanks16:55
coggznosrednaekim: it is already trusted.16:56
nosrednaekimcoggz » is it encrypted?16:56
coggznosrednaekim: yes, wpa personal16:57
nosrednaekimthen I think you need to enter a password every boot.16:57
ubotuKubuntu is not shipping with compiz installed or enabled by default. You can still install it and have your eyecandy goodness. The instructions are at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/CompizFusion - further help in #compiz-fusion16:58
coggznosrednaekim: but if i right click, then choose my network, it connects no passwords asked16:58
ubotuYou want to connect via dial-up? Read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DialupModemHowto - Also try disabling/removing KNetworkManager if KDE applications cannot connect using dial-up17:00
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs17:00
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cloakableI've installed Kubuntu 7.04 on a laptop, and knetworkmanager isn't associating to my wireless network. Using the manual tools works, though. Chipset is the raling rt250017:06
cloakableAny advice?17:06
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs17:06
ubotuYou want to connect via dial-up? Read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DialupModemHowto - Also try disabling/removing KNetworkManager if KDE applications cannot connect using dial-up17:06
R{Away}read those17:07
R{Away}maybe u get help17:07
cloakableIt doesn't even start configuring17:07
coggzcloakable: ah, what laptop is it, does it see the network?17:08
tzdcan anyone help me set up automatic downloads via rss in Ktorrent please? Can't find any beginners guide, howto's etc. on how to do this :/17:08
coggzwhy in ktorrent?17:09
coggzoh, gotcha17:09
cloakablecoggz: Evesham, not sure what model, networkmanager sees the network, using iwconfig, etc I can join it.17:10
tzdcoggz: well i'm using uTorrent atm, but i want to get rid of this last windows program and be able to format my NTFS drive that i'm currently using for downloads in uTorrent17:10
coggzcloakable: hmm, ok, thought it could be a different issue17:10
coggztzd: i see, i will just have a look. What is the rss fed?17:11
cloakablecoggz: Ahh17:11
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tzdcoggz: http://www.tvrss.net/feed/vtv/  I've managed to get the feed up and working in kTorrent. It displays the feed material but I can't get the filters working at all17:13
coggztzd: Ok, what you need to do is this: open up Ktorrent, then under settings>configure ktorrent >PLugins>find Rss Feeds plugin and click 'load'17:13
tzdcoggz: it's loaded :)17:13
ForgeAusI have no idea why I would want to but could I get an additional kernel with my kubuntu? say a freeBSD one?17:13
nosrednaekimForgeAus » that would not be Kubuntu17:14
phoenixzHi there, I just installed kubuntu on an LG laptop, model LE50, radeon xpress200 chipset.. When I boot the laptop, I do not see the kubuntu startup screen with the kubuntu logo, instead the screen stays blank until the login screen.. Also, booting takes some 1 minute 45 seconds, which seems very much.. Anybody has an idea how I can fix and improve this?17:14
ForgeAuskubuntu boots from the linux kernel right?... but can I have multiple kernel choices? with the same userland?17:14
coggzphoenixz: One of my friends has that same problem, takes 5mins to boot.17:15
ForgeAusphoenix if you can run your video in some kinda VESA compatibility mode maybe...17:15
tzdcoggz:  do you have rss downloads enabled in kTorrent? If you do then a printscreen of the filter tab would probably help me a lot :)17:16
ForgeAusor better ATI drivers?... I don't really know17:16
phoenixzForgeAus> Im using the official ATI drivers.. no difference...17:16
coggztzd: ok, one mo17:16
phoenixzcoggz> Could he fix it?17:17
coggzphoenixz: not yet,17:17
ForgeAusI don't think the video drivers are loaded when the when it comes to the bootsplash screen17:17
ForgeAusphoenix, get the ones from adept, much better17:17
nosrednaekimForgeAus » you couldhave differnt linux kernels.... or you could share your /home with a BSD install17:17
ubotuTo install the Ati/NVidia drivers for your video card, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/BinaryDriverHowto17:17
phoenixzcoggz> I just installed this laptop for somebody else, because they wanted to try something different than windows.. like this, they will go back to windows the same day.. :(17:17
phoenixzForgeAus> are you talking about the open source driver or the closed source driver?17:18
coggztzd: ok, on the tabs at the top, click RSS Feeds, then click New down the bottom, pase in your URL, then clcik refresh!17:18
ForgeAusphoenixz either way17:18
coggzphoenixz: same, he just came from windows, but ha gone back for now17:18
ubotuYou want to connect via dial-up? Read https://help.ubuntu.com/community/DialupModemHowto - Also try disabling/removing KNetworkManager if KDE applications cannot connect using dial-up17:19
tzdcoggz: ok done :)17:19
AndyCRHi, when I suspend and resume the wifi connection doesn't resume automatically, but rather I have to right-click the wifi applet and choose the network again17:19
coggztzd: thanks for that link, that looks awesome17:19
AndyCRIs there a way to make it automatically reconnect, as in Ubuntu?17:19
tzdcoggz: hehe it is, works like a charm for my uTorrent :)17:19
phoenixzForgeAus> I just installed the restricted (closed source) ATI driver already.. no results17:19
coggzAndyCR: I have the same problem, but i think it needs to use kwallet, but im not sure17:20
AndyCRAh, I had KWallet disabled because it annoyed me, I'll try enabling it17:20
ubotuCompiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first)17:21
_Shade_i'm looking for some documentation about configuration of the /etc/postfix/aliases file17:25
coggzhi again17:27
tzdcoggz: how's it going? Does it work for you with the feed?17:29
coggztzd: yes, fine17:31
coggzi thought you said it was sorted?17:31
rickesthow do you disable the splash screen when shutting down? I like to see the services shut down17:32
coggzrickest: im not sure, but on mandriva, pressing 'Esc' made it display. esc doesn't work in kubuntu, but i wonder if there is a key?17:33
tzdcoggz: oh no, i got the feed working but i cant get the filter working at all. For instance: i want to auto download season 1 of a tv serie. I just don't know what to do in the filter setting tab.17:33
rickestcoggz: I was thinking a config option somewhere. I turned off the startup splash via grub but I don't know about shutting down17:33
coggztzd: hmm, i can't work it out, but i will check out google for a solution17:37
tzdcoggz: i had a look over there as well but i was unable to find anything. If you do find something then please let me know :)17:38
snowdonkeyHi.  Does anyone here us ChessDB?17:39
victoryemulatorhi can anyone tell me how can i install older kde icons like the icons of kde 1.x or kde 2.x on kubuntu17:44
nosrednaekimvictoryemulator » they probably are not compatible.17:44
Wasserstoffactually they might be..17:45
Wasserstoffjust missing some17:45
victoryemulatoronly the icons, nothing else.  is there a theme or something, coz i saw that in sabayon17:45
Wasserstoffsabayon uses kde2??17:46
Wasserstoffthey are more horrible than I remembered17:46
Oloughlin75Trying to configure alsa and im getting this error: configure: error: cannot find sources (acore/sound.patch) in . or ..17:46
victoryemulatorthey use 3.5.something they have this option in display settings17:46
victoryemulatoror somewhere17:46
ubotuIf you're having problems with sound, first ensure ARTS is running, by going to K Menu -> System Settings -> Sound System and making sure "Enable the sound system" is checked. If that fails, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Sound - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/SoundTroubleshooting - For playing audio files, see !Players and !MP317:49
nosrednaekimOloughlin75 » wasn;t it working before?17:49
nosrednaekim(compileing it that is)17:49
Oloughlin75nosrednaekim: i reinstalled windows and kubuntu17:49
Oloughlin75nosrednaekim: but yeah... i got the error last time but just restarted and it worked, now that didnt work17:50
Oloughlin75nosrednaekim: how do i start the asound module?17:50
nosrednaekimOloughlin75 » seems like the tar archive isn't complete.17:50
nosrednaekimkernel module?17:51
nosrednaekimOloughlin75 » there is no "asound" module I don;t think... HAL detets your hardware and loads the correct sound module accordingly17:52
Oloughlin75im download alsa again17:53
martijn81kubuntu.org down?17:53
BluesKajOloughlin75, you could try this and download a fix script for alsa here : http://trilug.org/~crimsun/alsa-info.sh , then run this command in the konsole to fix it : ./alsa-info.sh17:54
Oloughlin75whats the script do?17:55
Oloughlin75nosrednaekim: ya... must not have copied completely from my flash drive :/17:56
Oloughlin75nosrednaekim: i got anothe rproblem though :)17:56
Oloughlin75exiting dolphin i get: Unable to save bookmarks.... permision denied..17:57
coggzOloughlin75: i had that before.17:57
Oloughlin75change permisions on the file?17:57
BluesKajOloughlin75, it helps you fix you alsa settings17:57
Oloughlin75BluesKaj: but whats it actually do? lol17:58
FaiDillinGerman i just want to say that i love linux17:58
coggzOloughlin75: open /home/user/.kde/share/apps/d3lphin/17:58
coggzas root :)17:58
Oloughlin75coggz: and adjust permisions?17:58
coggzOloughlin75: then rename root owned one to like bookmarks_bak.xml17:59
BluesKajit's a diagnostics , Oloughlin7517:59
coggzOloughlin75: create new file, then open and close dolphin17:59
ercan__Hi, can anyone tell me what I need to have installed to get m4a to play on amarok? Thanks18:00
Oloughlin75coggz: yep, thanks :)18:00
coggzOloughlin75: I have no idea why it happens, it has happened to me twice now, and it is just random...18:00
Oloughlin75coggz: i used kdesu dolphin earlier :/18:01
nosrednaekimcoggz » or you can just remove bookmarks.xml18:03
coggzOloughlin75: aha, yes, that makes sense now,18:04
rickestFaiDillinGer: glad to hear it, it's a great OS18:08
Oloughlin75hmm, i always download ~200-400KB faster in linux18:12
_Shade_hi there18:13
Oloughlin75hey _Shade_18:14
_Shade_i'm looking for some open source web application for task management (like flyspray) - helpdesk solutions18:15
_Shade_are there any?18:15
jussi01_Shade_: any reeason you are not considering flyspray?18:18
jussi01!info flyspray18:18
ubotuflyspray (source: flyspray): lightweight Bug Tracking System (BTS) in PHP. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.9.8-13 (gutsy), package size 368 kB, installed size 2176 kB18:18
jussi01_Shade_: its in the repos ^^18:19
GRaysomebody may help me?18:20
Oloughlin75GRay: with what? :)18:21
GRayOloughlin75 after resize my /dev/hdb1 portition mounted in / my linux system is down ((((18:21
Oloughlin75i dont know enough to help ya, sorry18:22
nosrednaekimGRay » you resized the root partition?18:23
nosrednaekimGRay » using what tool18:23
rickestGRay: define 'system is down'. won't start at all, grub error, etc18:23
GRaynosrednaekim gparted18:23
nosrednaekimGRay » from a libeCD?18:23
ScorpKingthe UUID most likely changed18:24
GRayrickest grub is normal... kubuntu writen system boot and nofing no boot18:24
nosrednaekimGRay » check if all the files are still there.....18:25
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GRaynosrednaekim how?18:25
GRaynosrednaekim i'm now booting from life CD18:26
nosrednaekimGRay » boot the liveCD and look at the partition.... either its all gone or its all there I would think18:26
emilsedgh!mp3 > Tavakkoli18:27
GRaynosrednaekim my must mount theirs?18:27
nosrednaekimGRay » what?18:28
GRaynosrednaekim mount /dev/hda1 / ???18:28
Oloughlin75Is there a way to adjust how much the volume chanes with the fn volume up and down buttons?18:28
nosrednaekimGRay » "sudo mount /dev/hda1 /mnt"18:29
nosrednaekimOloughlin75 » I don't think so.18:29
ScorpKingGRay: you getting grub error 17?18:31
GRaynosrednaekim my filesystem is normal18:31
GRayScorpKing grub is normal18:31
nosrednaekimGRay » any errors on boot then?18:32
ScorpKingGRay: if everything is normal then what is the problem?18:32
GRaynosrednaekim no... don't boot18:32
nosrednaekimany errors AT ALL?18:33
nosrednaekimturn off quiet and splash t grub18:33
GRayScorpKing in my display writen system boot and nothing bootin18:33
ScorpKingmaybe usplash stop errors from showing18:33
ScorpKingGRay: pres <ESC> at boot and select the second option (recovery mode i think) in grub18:34
BluesKajOloughlin75, the volume buttons on gutsy are pretty coarse on most KBs I'm afraid , the best one can do is 11% steps up or down...that's my experience too.18:34
Oloughlin75BluesKaj: mine are 13% :/18:35
Oloughlin75or 12 or 14 :/18:35
GRayScorpKing ok. now do it. thanks!18:35
ScorpKingGRay: now you can see the error and share it with us so someone can help you18:36
BluesKajOloughlin75, i guess I should be thankful :)18:36
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ScorpKingwhen i switch off my laptop it just exits kde and then hang. pressing any keys and even ctrl+alt+del doesn't do nothing. any ideas?18:40
ScorpKingah. ctrl+alt did something not. it has some error about wlan0 but it's stuck in a loop. the text is scrolling to fast to read. is there a way i can pause it to see whats going on?18:43
jappBuenas tardes18:46
jappGracias alos que me ayudaron ayer a buscar información de cómousar una cámara web en Kubuntu18:47
jappy ahora necesitaria ¿dónde encontrar un manual para torpes y aprender esa cosa mágica denominada Konsola18:48
ScorpKingjapp: language?18:48
japp¿qué es eso de language?18:49
ubotu#ubuntu-gr και #kubuntu-gr για Έλληνες χρηστές  /  #ubuntu-gr kai #kubuntu-gr gia Ellhnes xrhstes18:49
ubotuSi busca ayuda en español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es, allí obtendrá más ayuda.18:50
jappI'm sorry18:51
jetsaredimis there going to be a new network-manager-kde package?18:51
ScorpKingi hope so18:52
GRayi select in grub "recovery boot" in my display writen "starting up...." and nothing bootin18:53
matisseHi, is it possible to use ssh for http-proxy ? someone told me I had to use the -D option, but it doesnt work18:54
nosrednaekimGRay » thats really weird18:54
GRaynosrednaekim i'm know?18:55
GRayтут кто нить по русски говорит кто в линухах шарит?? )))18:56
Oloughlin75!ru | GRay18:56
ubotuGRay: Пожалуйста посетите #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке  / Pozhalujsta posetite #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke18:56
phoenixzHi there, I just installed kubuntu on an LG LE50 laptop.. The wireless works out of the box but every now and then it suddenly shuts off, and then I can't connect anymore.. the access point still shows but when I try to connect, it asks for password, and then waits for the longest time.. and then again asks me for the password18:56
phoenixzonly fix so far is a reboot, but come on! this is Linux, reboots should not be needed! Is there a better way to fix this?18:57
nosrednaekimphoenixz » try "sudo /etc/init.d/dbus restart"18:57
phoenixzThe wireless card is an RaLink RT2500 802.11g cardbus/mini-PCI18:58
Oloughlin75its going to take me forever to set up windows :(18:58
nosrednaekimOloughlin75 » what do you use windows for?18:58
Oloughlin75nosrednaekim: i use office and zune :/18:59
Oloughlin75zune i need to use18:59
Oloughlin75office is nice because it does refrencing, which i dont think open office does18:59
nosrednaekimhum, you might have been able to get by with virtualbox18:59
nosrednaekimreferencing? you mean like bibliographies?18:59
raiduhey guys :)19:00
Oloughlin75nosrednaekim: yeah, it it keeps track of everything19:00
Oloughlin75all your sources19:00
phoenixznosrednaekim> did the dbus reset, which just killed the wifui all together.. the wifi is on, it shows in knetwork manager as that its there but it doesn't even show the wifi part in the menu anymore..19:00
Oloughlin75but meh19:00
nosrednaekimyeah.. you can do that with open office19:00
Oloughlin75really>? :D19:00
nosrednaekimphoenixz » hrm... interesting19:00
nosrednaekimOloughlin75 » yeah I saw it once while messing around19:00
phoenixznosrednaekim> how can I reload the driver?19:00
phoenixzrmmod / modprobe..19:01
phoenixzbut, how do I know which module is the driver?19:01
nosrednaekimphoenixz » lshw will tell you19:01
Oloughlin75nosrednaekim: bibliography database.... wooah19:01
phoenixznosrednaekim> thanks..19:03
phoenixznosrednaekim> mmm, reloaded the module, now knetworkmanager again shows the wifi part in the menu, but the wifi light on the laptop is off..19:04
nosrednaekimphoenixz » is there a wifi switch?19:04
phoenixzoh crap, reboot..19:04
phoenixznosrednaekim> dunno, but if there is, I haven't touched it19:04
nosrednaekimwell, see if there is.19:04
nosrednaekimok... I have to go... later guys.19:04
_Shade_jussi01: i would like to check some more than just flyspray19:05
_Shade_does hardy comes with qt4.4? can i install it's package somehow?19:05
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ercan__Hi, can anyone tell me what I need to have installed to get m4a to play on amarok? Thanks19:08
emilsedgh_Shade_: there are Qt 4.4 packages in personal repository of Rid-dell for hardy19:08
_Shade_emilsedgh: any url?19:09
emilsedgh_Shade_: its on launchpad, cant remember :(19:09
RangdeBasanti i have 'xlockmore' to lock screen. how can i run it as system admin on all accounts at start up.(boot time)19:14
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hoens`rZwhere can i get libglew1.5?19:21
hoens`rZgetting libglew-dev only got 1.319:22
Oloughlin75!compiz | parkin19:22
ubotuparkin: Kubuntu is not shipping with compiz installed or enabled by default. You can still install it and have your eyecandy goodness. The instructions are at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/CompizFusion - further help in #compiz-fusion19:22
matisseHi, is it possible to use ssh for http-proxy ? someone told me I had to use the -D option, but I'm not able to get it working19:23
* RangdeBasanti got disconnected. now back19:24
NthDegreematisse: you can use SSH as a tunnel19:27
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about sshtunnel - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi19:29
hoens`rZi'm trying to install libboost-filesystem-dev, but i get the following error: libboost-filesystem-dev: Depends: libboost-dev (= 1.33.1-9ubuntu3.1) but 1.34.1-4ubuntu1 is to be installed19:32
hoens`rZit also says taht i don't have libboost-dev installed19:32
hoens`rZany idea on a fix?19:32
NthDegreematisse: http://www.revsys.com/writings/quicktips/ssh-tunnel.html  <- i'm not sure if this will help or not, but if you control the SSH server then you can easily set up a proxy using netcat and tunneling19:32
NthDegreehoens`rZ: get hold of that libboost package19:33
hoens`rZNthDegree: ?19:33
matisseNthDegree: i will read it, got also a link from another channel. Thanks for the moment19:33
NthDegreehoens`rZ: it wants libboost-dev 1.33.1-9ubuntu3.1 so until a version of libboost-filesystem-dev is available for the newer version of libboost-dev (1.34.1-4ubuntu1) you need to install the older libboost-dev19:36
hoens`rZNthDegree: i don't have any libboost-dev installed19:37
hoens`rZwhy doesn't it just install the old one for me19:37
NthDegreehoens`rZ: because it is meant to install that latest for all the fixes and enhancements19:37
hoens`rZhow ridiculous19:37
NthDegreenot really19:37
hoens`rZit's not riciculous that it won't install a package that i want because it tries to install another package that the one i want doesn't depend upon?19:38
hoens`rZhow is that not ridiculous19:38
NthDegreeyou simply install the older version yourself19:38
hoens`rZ"simple" would be it doing it for me and not making me jump through hoops :/19:39
NthDegreeit's the maintainers of libboost-filesystem-dev that are to blame methinks :P19:39
hoens`rZdon't know what to get from libboost now19:41
hoens`rZor where to get it rather19:41
Oloughlin75!info lobboost19:41
ubotuPackage lobboost does not exist in gutsy19:41
Enissaywhen i shutdown my pc, i just get a black screen and it never shuts down, i have every time to do it manually... is there any way to fix this?19:41
Oloughlin75!info libboost19:42
ubotuPackage libboost does not exist in gutsy19:42
wucherkatersomeone here?19:43
hoens`rZubotu: ?19:43
vltHello. I have two nearly identical Kubuntu installations. Can I just copy my complete home dir from one to the other machine and continue working there as if I was on the first one?19:43
SlimeyPeteyes, probably.19:44
SlimeyPeteif they're close to identical.19:44
vltEnissay: This is done by acpi, I think.19:44
vltSlimeyPete: Both 32bit Dapper w/ current updates.19:44
SlimeyPetelikely to work then19:45
vltSlimeyPete: Perfect. Thank you.19:45
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vltAnd I should be able to do an rsync everytime just before changing back to the first one, right?19:47
wucherkaterhello i have a problem19:47
vlt!ask | wucherkater19:48
ubotuwucherkater: 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. :-)19:48
wucherkateri installed kubuntu and apt get issnt working since i updated it19:48
tzdcan someone please help me setting up a working rss feed autodownload in kTorrent please? Got the feed working but the filter bit won't work :/19:48
wucherkatervlt sorry i am not the fastest19:48
wucherkaterit say another process is using it how do i fix it19:49
vltThere's a lock file somewhere from a previous apt process. I'm sure there's a wiki entry on how to unlock it.19:51
wucherkatervlt i am a linux noob19:52
tzdwucherkater: just a guess... you don't have the "adept program" running in the background?19:52
Oloughlin75whos got a lock?19:53
wucherkateri installed it yesterday then tried to update it it gets an error and now it wont start adept manager  and when i try it it says another process is using it would u thry to fix it click yes and when i click yes i get an error   http://nopaste.php-quake.net/1748519:53
Oloughlin75!adeptfix | wucherkater19:53
ubotuwucherkater: If an APT front-end crashed and your database is locked, try this in a !terminal: « sudo fuser -vki /var/lib/dpkg/lock;sudo dpkg --configure -a »19:54
Oloughlin75type that into  terminal wucherkater, and itll fix it19:54
Enissayvlt: how to fix this?19:54
Oloughlin75Enissay: what are you trying to fix?19:55
wucherkaterOlouhlin75 now it ask me something ^^19:56
vltacpi doesn't turn off his pc19:56
wucherkatershould i say yes?19:56
Oloughlin75wucherkater: yep19:56
wucherkateroloughlin where u from?19:57
Oloughlin75wucherkater: did it work?19:58
wucherkateri think so19:58
tzdOloughlin75: you seem to the kubuntu king ;) You don't happen to have some hidden skills within kTorrent?19:59
wucherkateri can make all updates that kubuntu tell me?19:59
Oloughlin75tzd: ive been "using" for almost two weeks ;)19:59
Oloughlin75tzd: whats the problem though?19:59
tzdOloughlin75: two weeks use of kTorrent or Kubuntu?19:59
orlandojwhich program can i use to run .ra files ?20:00
wucherkaterOloughlin75 can u tell me how to get java in konqueror to use java chats?20:00
ubotuTo install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository. Enable the backports repository on Edgy to install sun-java6-jre. Please don't use Adept to install Java if you are on Kubuntu 6.10 (Edgy) or earlier.20:00
tzdOloughlin75: oh... Well perhaps you might know how to help me. I can't get the filter in rss autodownload to work20:00
Oloughlin75wucherkater: run "sudo apt-get install sun-java5-jre"20:01
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/FreeFormats20:01
wucherkatergood ill try20:01
Oloughlin75tzd: cant help you there :/20:01
tzdOloughlin75: ah alright, worth a shot :) Thanks though20:01
wucherkaterhow to klick ok in konsole?20:04
Seren__I am trying to remove the "store password" pop up under konqueror20:04
Seren__I already uninstalled kwallet20:04
Seren__anyone knows where the optin is20:04
Seren__wucherkater> Tab to select, enter to confirm20:04
wucherkateri installed java now20:05
wucherkaterbut konqueror say no i dont have java20:06
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Seren__wucherkater: try restarting konqueror20:06
wucherkaterno dont work20:07
Oloughlin75wucherkater: click settings -> configure konquerer-> plugins -> click the scan for plugins button20:07
Oloughlin75wucherkater: otherwise, im not sure if java will work with konquerer20:08
wucherkaterand what do i need to do than?20:09
wucherkaterit dont work20:09
Seren__in tools / html settings20:09
Seren__there is an option to enable/disable java20:09
Seren__amongst other things20:09
Seren__by default it is disabled20:09
Seren__try to enable it20:09
wucherkaterseren java & javascript20:10
onlinelliIs anyone running kde4 right now?20:10
wucherkaterjava aktivate global is on at my place20:11
Seren__no idea then20:11
wucherkatercan i install firefox here?20:11
[-plAzZzZA-]Hi people20:11
Seren__sudo apt-get install firefox20:11
[-plAzZzZA-]I have a problem in Kubuntu with video driwer, who can help me? My video card: VIA Unicrom Pro IGP20:12
[-plAzZzZA-]help me :))20:14
onlinelliso please describe your problem20:14
[-plAzZzZA-]look my notebook Fujitsu Siemens Amilo Pro V2030, I have Kubuntu Linux 7.10, and I have a problem whith video drivir, my video card : VIA Unicrom Pro IGP integrated video card 64 Mb20:17
wucherkateri installed firefox and how do i say him use jave?20:17
Seren__did you try ? I think it works by default20:17
wucherkaterseren i tryied20:18
martijn81wucherkater: just install java and it will find it automaticaly20:18
[-plAzZzZA-]onlinelli: can you help me ?20:18
wucherkateri need version 6 update 320:18
wucherkatermaybe i installed then the wrong one20:19
onlinelliI do not know now as I never stumbled upon that card, maybe, there are some howto's out there..20:20
onlinelliyou do not get it installed?20:20
Seren__wucherkater:  this is the version installed in (k)ubuntu20:20
Seren__but I don't remember having done anything special to get it working20:20
Oloughlin75!info latex2e20:20
wucherkaterwhat is a rpm20:21
ubotuPackage latex2e does not exist in gutsy20:21
Oloughlin75wucherkater: they aren't supported in kubuntu, but they are like .deb, or install files20:21
[-plAzZzZA-]onlinelli: no I don't , because I haven't drivers and I don't know how to make install with command "make install"20:21
wucherkaterLinux RPM (selbstextrahierende Datei)  Dateigröße: 17.74 MB  so dont use this20:21
dZen|n|I have a logitech g15 keybord, is there any guide on net that I can use to make it work on my kubuntu gutsy20:22
onlinelliso you found a howto, but do not know how exactly apply this one?20:22
[-plAzZzZA-]onlinelli:  that's right20:22
onlinelliyou need to install the build-essential package first20:22
onlinellicould you paste the url of the howto please?20:23
[-plAzZzZA-]onlinelli: and then my xorg.conf didn't run...20:24
wucherkaterhttp://java.com/en/download/help/5000010500.xml#selfextracting  can i use this java?20:24
onlinelli@ piazza xserver-xorg-video-openchrome did you install that package20:27
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ubuntusomeone speaks french ? :(20:29
ubotuAllez a #ubuntu-fr ou #kubuntu-fr pour de l'aide et de la discussion en francais.20:29
jpatrick!fr | ubuntu20:29
SQLDarklyWhere can I find documentation on locking down kubutnu. I have an office of 75 I am moving from winblows to Kubuntu but i need to restrict what the user can and cannot do.20:29
ubotuubuntu: please see above20:29
walmikhi all20:29
jpatrickSQLDarkly: they can only do stuff to their /home20:30
wucherkatersudo apt-get install sun-java6-jre will i die when i try this?20:30
walmiki m having a little troubl with eclipse on kubuntu...20:30
walmikEclipse crashes with "JVM terminated. Exit Code=120:30
walmikplease help20:30
onlinelliI try to.....20:30
ubuntuyes but no one speaks in kubuntu french channel :/20:30
SlimeyPetewucherkater: no, that should work.20:30
onlinelliwhich howto did you use20:30
SQLDarklyI am more concerned with removal of games and to prevent any changes to the system at all. I want them to be working and only working not playing with wallpaper and crap. I use to use windows steadystate for this purpose20:31
[-plAzZzZA-]onlinelli: yes, i did, but i demention 640:480, and I have some troubles...20:31
ubotuTo install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository. Enable the backports repository on Edgy to install sun-java6-jre. Please don't use Adept to install Java if you are on Kubuntu 6.10 (Edgy) or earlier.20:31
walmikSlimeyPete: Hi, i have done all that and i am upto java6 now20:31
walmikSlimeyPete: It has got something to do with 64bit20:32
SQLDarklyAnyone have an idea where I can find such documentation?20:32
onlinelli@ <[-plAzZzZA-]> so you installed the xserver-xorg-video-openchrome from universe and you did not chance your xorg.con?20:32
onlinelli@ <[-plAzZzZA-]> according to some wiki you shoud change Driver "openchrome"  to Driver "via"20:33
dZen|n|I have a logitech g15 keybord, is there any guide on net that I can use to make it work on my kubuntu gutsy20:34
onlinelliin your xorg.conf20:34
wucherkaterhttp://nopaste.php-quake.net/17492  i dont undestand what to do...20:34
SQLDarklyI am almost looking to do a KIOSK mode however I want only BASIC functionality.20:35
matisseNthDegree: works with   http://ubuntu.wordpress.com/2006/12/08/ssh-tunnel-socks-proxy-forwarding-secure-browsing/20:36
[-plAzZzZA-]onlinelli: yes, I installed open crome, but it view my driver as vese but not via :(20:36
matisseNthDegree:  but for some reason it took some time before it "started" working20:36
SQLDarklyKubuntu doc does not have what I need as far restricting users network wide as in a windows policy20:36
onlinelli@<[-plAzZzZA-]> could you send your xorg.conf? Here:  http://nopaste.php-quake.net/20:37
[-plAzZzZA-]onlinelli:  my xorg shows vesa driwer :(20:37
onlinelliso change it20:37
wucherkateri think i can do it now ^^20:38
onlinellisudo /kate /etc/X11/xorg.conf20:38
wucherkaterthanks for all ya help ^20:38
onlinellibut make a backup first20:38
walmikonlinelli: hi, can u pls help me20:38
[-plAzZzZA-]onlinelli: could we discuss it tomorrow?20:38
walmiki m using amd64 kubuntu and eclipse crashed with a JVM error.... pls help20:39
onlinelliI won't be online tomorrow, but I'm sure someone can help then20:39
[-plAzZzZA-]ok, thanks you for consultation20:40
onlinellibye <[-plAzZzZA-]>20:40
amigohi ppl! I see /etc/default/tmpfs and variable SHM_SIZE is empty. How to calculate this value? or it do automaticaly?20:41
coggzhi all20:42
[-plAzZzZA-]À åñòü ëþäè, êîòîðûå ïî ðóññêè ðàçãîâàðèâàþò ? :))20:44
wucherkateri am in the adept manager i i found the java plugin for firefox20:44
wucherkaterbut i get an error when i try to install it20:44
luke_wucherkater:  try using the one off the java site20:45
wucherkaterbut i am too stupid to install it20:45
luke_wucherkater:  ok, is firefox open while you use apt?20:46
walmikhi all how can specifically i install ibm's jvm for 64 bit20:46
wucherkaternow its closed20:46
wucherkateri dont know it was open20:46
damhello I have a problem with smplayer: whenever I load subtitles it goes crazy20:46
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coggzwalmik: use synaptic or adept to search for it20:47
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about smplayer - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi20:47
ubotumplayer is a media player. It resides in the mutiverse repository and can easily be installed via applications -> add/remove. For codecs try !codecs20:47
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about subtitles - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi20:48
walmikcoggz: i ve done that but only the Sun version shows up20:49
coggzwalmik: ill keep looking...20:49
walmikcoggz: thank u so much20:49
walmikcoggz: specifically i want to run eclipse without it crashing every now n then with the JVM error20:50
wucherkateri want to use java in firefox  anyone know how?20:50
Arwen!java | wucherkater20:51
ubotuwucherkater: To install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre from the !Multiverse repository. Enable the backports repository on Edgy to install sun-java6-jre. Please don't use Adept to install Java if you are on Kubuntu 6.10 (Edgy) or earlier.20:51
damthe problem is that it was working an hour ago20:51
wucherkateri restart linux now ^^20:51
damsmplayer + subs was working20:51
wucherkatermaybe it will work than20:51
damand now it's just suborn20:51
walmikcoggz: i m using amd64 with kubuntu7.10 and eclipse 3.220:51
coggzwalmik: thanks,20:52
coggzdam: have you tried reinstalling?20:52
damno but that's a good idea20:52
coggzwalmik: have you recently urgraded xorg20:53
fevelim having trouble with kde 4, every time I logout, the icones I erased from the desktop returns20:54
fevelcan anyone give a hand?20:54
walmikcoggz: i m sorry but i dont know what that means.... i ve recently installed kubuntu20:54
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walmikcoggz: actually i m quite new to it and i had to install about 5 times to get it to work with my nividia card20:55
coggzwalmik: I'm no expert either :), have you installed any updates since you got kubuntu?20:55
walmikcoggz: just the basic updates, no kernel updates.. i did that once and i had to reinstall kubuntu20:55
walmikactually i just need a good ide for php...20:57
walmik!php ide20:57
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about php ide - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi20:57
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ide - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi20:58
vedavoxdoes kdevelop not have a php add on?20:58
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coggzwalmik: emacs is supposed to be good, but ive never used21:00
martijn81walmik: there is quanta21:01
walmikmartijn81: ok i ll check it out21:01
coggzwalmik: im just downloading gphpedit - a php/css/htm development prog21:01
rickestwalmik: do you know about 'envy'? that might help with your nvidia woes next time21:02
walmikcoggz: ok i ll do that too... thanks...21:02
xxBasYxxhi i have movie DVD .iso image... how to play this movie?21:02
walmikrickest: i had used envy.. but it ended up into problems after a kernel updaste21:02
rickestwalmik: ah21:03
Bb-7HaCkI've got a problem with kubuntu21:03
vedavoxxxBasYxx: you could burn it to dvd, or mount it21:03
coggzxxBasYxx: try mplayer21:04
coggzBb-7HaCk: what is your problem21:04
Bb-7HaCkI can't listen to any sounds21:05
walmikcoggz: gphpedit looks promising21:05
coggzwalmik: good, ill just get it open21:06
Bb-7HaCkI think speakers are disabled, but doesn't happen in windows!21:06
coggzwalmik: what u doing in php?21:06
vedavoxBb-7HaCk: can you open kmix21:06
Bb-7HaCkYes, I can21:07
vedavoxand check the settings there21:07
walmikcoggz: i m creating CMS s for  flash sites21:08
coggzwalmik: gphpedit is pretty good, i will use this for development no i think21:08
Bb-7HaCkNothing new21:08
coggzwalmik: cool, ive gotten lasy using wordpress21:08
walmikcoggz: all i needed is code highlighting, auto complete, etc... but prefereably something that can even autocomplete custom classes/vars like Zend21:09
vedavoxBb-7HaCk: ok, go to system settings and open the sound system, try a check sound, if not restart the sound server21:09
coggzhmm, ive never actually used zend, but i useed to use Dreamweaver21:09
vedavoxBb-7HaCk: sorry make sure its enabled, its changed since I last used it21:10
coggzwalmik: the brackets auto indent too, plus it does C/C++ which im learning21:11
nosrednaekimQuanta+ is pretty good21:11
walmikcoggz: r u talking about gphpedit?21:11
Kubunt1ignore this message21:11
coggzwalmik: yes,21:11
nosrednaekimfor HTML development21:11
coggznosrednaekim: we are talking php21:12
walmikcoggz: ah cool/ im installing it now...21:12
nosrednaekimI think it does PHP too21:12
coggzwalmik: yes, very good. Id now reccomend21:12
Bb-7HaCkI' ve done the test sound, but I don't hear nothing21:12
coggznosrednaekim: u ever seen gphpedit?21:12
walmiknosrednaekim: i checked out quanta.. i ve used itin the past... did nt like it much... thanks for suggesting anyways21:12
walmikcoggz: wat r u using to learn C21:13
coggzwalmik: C++ from the ground up - its a book21:13
tikkai have a dilema21:14
walmikcoggz: what i meant is,.. wat IDE and compiler21:14
coggzwalmik: i learn much faster from paperr based media, plus i have a great cheap bookshop down the road21:14
coggzoh, kate and g++21:14
Bb-7HaCkI'ts enabled, and I've restarted the sound system, but nothing21:14
coggzbt i will use gphpedit now as it is much better21:14
tikkaoften times, vlc, kaffeine, mplayer.. all crash out after trying to play video files.  however, for weeks its fine, then out of the blue this happens. a reboot seems to resolve it. any ideas?21:14
coggztikka: are the videos very large that crash it?21:15
vedavoxBb-7HaCk: back to kmix, is the correct soundcard selected? not a modem or something else?21:15
walmikcoggz: oh... cool21:16
nosrednaekimBb-7HaCk » do you have a HDA Intel card?21:16
Bb-7HaCkI don't know, I don't remember21:17
Bb-7HaCkYes, I think yes21:18
Bb-7HaCkSorry, I must go. I'll come back here tomorrow. Thanks21:19
coggzBb-7HaCk: bye21:19
walmikcoggz: is this ur site http://www.opensourcesurfer.co.uk/21:21
coggzwalmik: yep21:21
walmikcoggz: nice... interesting.. i like the funny signs21:22
wucherkatercoggz u know where is firefox installed ?21:22
walmikcoggz: i m gonna go now... nice talking to u.. bye21:23
wucherkateranyone know where is the directory of firefox21:23
coggzwalmik: bye21:23
coggzwucherkater: /usr/bin/firefox21:24
RangdeBasanti cant get this bash script working. can any one help? http://pastebin.com/m3e78c44121:24
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the-ermI installed upgraded audacity recently, and now I can't record. http://pastebin.ca/913142 # here's what audacity spits out any ideas?21:24
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coggzwucherkater: /usr/share/firefox/21:24
PhilRodhi, how can I tell knetworkmanager/systemsettings to use wpa(_supplicant)? I don't see an option in the settings, but if I run wpa_supplicant manually, then disable/enable the wireless card in systemsettings, it works ok21:25
Wise_Oneguys can i ask something?21:26
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. :-)21:26
coggzPhilRod: hmm, my knetworkmanager works with wpa fine, no need to start wpasupplicant manually21:27
Wise_Onei have edited xorg.conf through recovery mode, and now i don't know how to save and close it so i can boot normally21:27
user5hi there21:27
wucherkatercoggz http://nopaste.php-quake.net/17500 do u understand this?21:27
PhilRodcoggz: is there a setting to tell it to use wpa, or did you just enter the ssid and passphrase?21:27
PhilRodRangdeBasant: script too long to understand immediately, but if you're running it from cron, check whether it has the required environment set21:29
nosrednaekimWise_One » what editor are you using?21:29
nosrednaekimWise_One » vim? or nano?21:29
Wise_Oneoh sorry, i used vim21:29
RangdeBasantPhilRod what envi set?21:29
ForzaPalermohey why does .d3lphinview appear in all my folders i view21:29
ForzaPalermoanyway we can get that not to create? or appear at all21:29
coggzPhilRod: just entered phrase...21:30
nosrednaekimWise_One » you already closed it? you just want to know how to shutdown?21:30
PhilRodRangdeBasant: well, I didn't read enough of the script to tell what env vars you need, but it's your script, so I guess you know :-)21:30
wucherkaterChange to your Mozilla (or Mozilla Firefox) plugins directory  / where is this directory21:30
RangdeBasantPhilRod i dont know scripting21:30
Wise_Onei want to shut it down, don't know how21:30
PhilRodcoggz: ok, I wondered if it had some heuristic to do that21:30
coggzwucherkater: i looked at the thing, it seems overly confusing21:31
Wise_Onehaven't closed xorg.conf, don't know how to close it21:31
PhilRodRangdeBasant: ok, you'll have to give more details - what is the script meant to do, how are you trying to run it, what do you expect to happen, and what actually happens?21:32
PhilRodWise_One: esc : x21:32
SQLDarklyDoes Kubuntu have teh ability to lock down PCs over a network ala Windows Domain Policy21:32
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rickestWise_One: :x     to save and exit,   :q   to abort and exit21:32
wucherkatercoggz its ok but i dont know where the directory for plugins is21:32
nosrednaekimWise_One » esc, then :x then enter21:32
PhilRodWise_One: but set your EDITOR environment variable to 'pico' or some other reasonable editor21:32
RangdeBasantPhilRod http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=699029     see the 3.21:33
coggzwucherkater: does the deb package not work?21:34
Wise_Onedidn't do anything and now i screwed the file up.... should i reset the pc?21:34
nosrednaekimWise_One » no...21:34
wucherkaterno the deb package gets an error21:36
PhilRodRangdeBasant: if you're trying to do enforced breaks, try rsibreak21:36
RangdeBasantPhilip5 rsibreak?21:36
nosrednaekimWise_One » how did you mess the file up?21:37
jpatrick!info rsibreak | RangdeBasant21:37
uboturangdebasant: rsibreak (source: rsibreak): KDE utility which can help to prevent the RSI. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.8.0-4 (gutsy), package size 241 kB, installed size 1160 kB21:37
Wise_Onewhen i pressed the buttons you told me, some lines went down, some letters got erased. can i undo it?21:38
RangdeBasant!info rsi21:38
ubotuPackage rsi does not exist in gutsy21:38
twosouls82RangdeBasant: one option would be to create a script which runs as root by making it suid, make sure it is readable by 'world' and that it executes the dcop call as the user logged in (sudo -u <user> <command>).. I am just thinking out loud21:38
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about rsi - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi21:38
RangdeBasanttwosouls82 ok. and how to do the other things?21:39
twosouls82RangdeBasant: the script could be placed in the system wide Autostart directory21:39
RangdeBasantPhilRod rsi ?21:39
RangdeBasantjpatrick thx21:40
jpatrickRangdeBasant: no problem21:40
RangdeBasanttwosouls82 ok . nice but how do i do the rest of the things. like lock after 30 mins of unlock even and log it?21:40
PhilRodRangdeBasant: giyf21:40
nosrednaekimWise_One » yeah....hit "esc" and then ":q" and then enter which exits without saving21:40
RangdeBasantPhilRod whats giyf?21:41
PhilRod"google is your friend"21:41
Wise_One":q" is just the letter "q" or in combination to sth else?21:41
wucherkaterhow do delete a file in command21:43
PhilRodrm -i filename21:43
srednaafter i updated to the 3.5.9 packages my Desktop shows files in / - even after I changed the desktop path in the kde settings!21:44
srednahow do i fix that???21:44
twosouls82sredna: /usr/lib/kde4/bin/kcmshell4 desktoppath21:45
twosouls82change it there21:45
wucherkaterri did it21:45
srednatwosouls82: i kinda did that21:46
srednatwosouls82: and I DO NOT RUN KDE4, KDE4 is BROKEN21:46
twosouls82sredna: I guess you have to relogin after changing the desktop path (so it kdesktop will re-read its config)21:46
srednai may run kde 4.1 or 4.221:46
srednatwosouls82: i did that21:46
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twosouls82not kde 4, my bad: "kcmshell desktoppath" then21:47
twosouls82sredna: --^21:47
srednatwosouls82: and as i said, i DID change it. my desktop STILL shows files from /21:48
srednaI wonder if you heard about that in here before?21:48
srednain #kde they say 'ubuntu?21:49
wucherkaterso al last question21:49
srednawhen i tell it, so i guess so ;)21:49
wucherkaterwhere to change the bootloader21:49
srednasredna: another kubuntu kfscage, see https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/17598221:49
wucherkateri would like to use windows standart21:49
twosouls82sredna: you reinstalled kdesktop? one reported it being fixed afterwards21:50
coggzbye all21:51
Oloughlin75cya coggz21:51
srednatwosouls82: i didn't reinstall shit, i updated. but the link above seems to point to a possible fix21:51
* sredna tries21:51
* sredna thinks kubuntu should use the kde path21:52
jpatrick!ohmy | sredna21:53
ubotusredna: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family friendly.21:53
srednajpatrick: sorry?21:53
srednajpatrick: what did i do to hurt your feelings?21:53
heavymetalwiseonso sorry guys, had internet problems, didn't see if you answered....21:54
jpatricksredna: what kde path?21:54
heavymetalwiseoni'm Wise_One by the way21:55
wucherkateranyone know how to configure the bootloader21:55
storbeckWhich bootloader?21:55
wucherkaterkubunto bootloader21:55
wucherkaterit was standartly there21:55
jpatrick!grub | wucherkater21:55
ubotuwucherkater: 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/GrubHowto21:55
srednasomeone said something to me just as i logged out, could you please repeat?21:57
storbeck[16:54] <jpatrick> sredna: what kde path?21:58
* sredna now got his own mess of icons back on the desktop, using the recipe in https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/17598221:58
emilsedghsredna: jpatrick said 'what kde path'21:58
srednajpatrick: the kde desktop path form the kde 'path' configuration module :)21:58
jpatricksredna: that's /usr no?21:59
srednajpatrick: the desktop path is 'Desktop' pr default21:59
jpatricksredna: yes, we have that22:00
srednakde adds that to ~/ and gets ~/Desktop22:00
srednajpatrick: appearently something makes it fail in the kde 3.5.9 packages, which aren't of course in the official path.22:00
wucherkaterhow to open a lst22:01
heavymetalwiseonsorry for me being impatient but anything to undo changes to xorg.conf and exit?22:01
storbeckwucherkater: vi /boot/grub/menu.lst22:01
wucherkaterhttp://nopaste.php-quake.net/17502  is it ok so will windows now be the first option in bootloader?22:01
jpatrickheavymetalwiseon: copy the backup made to xorg.conf22:01
Oloughlin75heavymetalwiseon: just close it and dont save?22:01
srednawhy do you speak yellow?22:02
wucherkatersomeone can have a look on it?22:02
jpatricksredna: sorry, I haven't used .9 yet, so don't know22:02
storbeckheavymetalwiseon: sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg22:03
heavymetalwiseoni don't think i have a backup (newbie faults). i just want to close vim so i can boot normally22:03
srednajpatrick: possibly using the xdg-user-dir tools is the future, but then i think the kde Paths module should be made to work with that :)22:03
heavymetalwiseonbut i'm still in xorg.conf. can't close the file22:03
srednajpatrick: it has the bug, and whenever someone asks, point them to the url i pasted above :)22:03
storbeckType that.22:03
jpatricksredna: right22:04
srednaeditor tip: use nano, it doesn't make you cry nearly as often as vi22:04
storbeckI prefer vi.22:04
heavymetalwiseonis ":q" just the letter or in combination to something else?22:04
trappistsredna: eh?22:05
storbeck:q means quit. However, if you made changes and you don't wish to save it will give you an error.22:05
trappistheavymetalwiseon: in command mode, :q<enter> to quit22:05
storbeckSo you do, :q! to force it to quit.22:05
trappiststorbeck: actually if you made changes it'll give you an error even if you do wish to quit, cuz it doesn't know22:05
heavymetalwiseonit just beeps and doesn't do anything22:05
storbecktrappist: That's what I just said.22:06
storbeckheavymetalwiseon: press the 'esc' key a bunch of times. Then do :q!22:06
heavymetalwiseonstill nothing, only beeps22:07
storbeckClose the terminal by pressing 'x'22:07
heavymetalwiseoni'm not in terminal, i'm in recovery mode22:08
storbeckIs it giving you an error message?22:08
heavymetalwiseonno nothing22:08
storbeckReboot and start over.22:08
heavymetalwiseonsee, i started the computer, and didn't boot to kde, just command line or recovery console22:09
heavymetalwiseonthen i wanted to edit xorg.conf22:09
storbeckDid you try typing, startx ?22:09
jpatrickheavymetalwiseon: tried: sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg?22:09
heavymetalwiseon"startx" didn't work 'cause I had doubled EndSectionEndSection22:10
heavymetalwiseonhow can i run the above command if i'm still in the xorg.conf file?22:11
rickestheavymetalwiseon: :!your_cmd_here22:11
storbeckI find it hard to believe that if you're in vi, :q! won't work.22:11
heavymetalwiseonsorry i can't paste anything, i'm chatting through vista22:12
heavymetalwiseondesktop with kubuntu is stuck into xorg.conf22:12
storbeckSo just restart, reconfigure xserver-xorg and be done with it.22:12
heavymetalwiseonreset the computer?22:12
twosouls82heavymetalwiseon: Ctrl+Alt+F2 -> log in -> killall vim22:12
jpatrickheavymetalwiseon: exit nano with Ctrl-C22:12
jussi01ctrl-x :)22:14
heavymetalwiseontwosouls82: killall said "operation not permitted, no process killed"22:14
twosouls82heavymetalwiseon: "sudo killall vim" then22:14
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heavymetalwiseonbut the key combo allowed me to get to the command line22:14
storbeckWhat key combo?22:15
twosouls82heavymetalwiseon: rtue, but it still runs on terminal 122:15
twosouls82heavymetalwiseon: Ctrl+Alt+F1, and see22:15
heavymetalwiseonyeap, i'll just reconfigure the xserver now22:15
storbeckDid you close vim?22:16
heavymetalwiseonyes i did22:16
twosouls82heavymetalwiseon: first kill vim at terminal 2 (Ctrl+Alt+F2) -> sudo killall vim -> exit -> Ctrl+Alt+F1 and sudo dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg22:17
sMonkI got a question, I've looked around and I can't find any good DVD Cloning software, is there any for linux? I'm trying to back up some good dvd's I have, and Nero & K3B keeps giving me the o'l "encription error"22:18
twosouls82sMonk: k9copy22:18
heavymetalwiseon"sudo killall vim" returns "vim: no process killed"22:18
twosouls82heavymetalwiseon: so you either weren't using vim or you already closed/killed it22:19
sMonktwosouls82: does that work well? like drive-to-drive? I have two dvdr drives.. just wondering22:19
heavymetalwiseonguess i already killed it, so now i reconfigure xorg right?22:19
twosouls82sMonk: my sister uses it to make so called 'backups', I wouldn't know (http://k9copy.sourceforge.net/)22:20
jpatrickheavymetalwiseon: yep22:20
sMonkMine is actually legit, I havee some allo, allo! season dvd's and my friend wants to borrow them off me.. I want to give him the copys to borrow, cause the last DVD he borrowed off me wound up scratched and garbage22:21
stephenany one know how to fix usplash? For some reason my screen screen just stays black during start up and shut down22:22
tikka[21:15] <coggz> tikka: are the videos very large that crash it?22:22
tikkaof variable size really to be honest, 700mb is the size of the one i last tried22:22
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twosouls82sMonk: that's a 'backup' too :)22:23
sMonklol, I'm getting the copys back tho22:24
storbecksMonk: That's illegal. :)22:25
sMonkwhat he 'does' with them while he has them, is his 'legallity'22:25
Wise_Oneguys, thanks a million. it worked fine. sorry if i wasn't very clear about things. how could i make a backup of xorg.conf in case i mess it up again?22:26
sMonkI'm simply lending them so he can watch them and return them.. lol then again, everything in this world is illegal some how.22:26
storbeckWise_One: cp xorg.conf xorg.bak22:26
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twosouls82sMonk: why not simply use "sudo aptitude install k9copy" and see if it suits your needs?22:27
sMonkBTW, I only have Kubuntu, installed on two drives (one is system the other is my "home" folder) My wife's been nagging at me that she wants a small run of Windows, what channel can I go to get help with that?22:27
jpatrickWise_One: cp /etc/X11/xorg.conf ~/xorg.conf.backup too22:27
sMonktwosouls82: Already done22:27
Wise_Onethanks again fellas22:28
twosouls82sMonk: well, did it? is it able to do instant copies?22:30
jussi01sMonk: Id suggest you give windows in virtualbox/vmware a go22:30
sMonkworking on it22:31
sMonkjussi01: oh, what's this about?22:31
holasame can help me to configure my webcam22:31
storbeckWhat webcam?22:31
twosouls82Wise_One: you changed your name, I see. nice that you managed to fix it22:31
holastorbeck: vmicro22:32
twosouls82hola: if it is an usb cam; you can use "lsusb" to see the usb devices22:32
holatwosouls82: 0ac8:307b Z-Star Microelectronics Corp.22:33
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storbeckhola, http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-hardware-18/cannot-install-webcam-vimicro-usb-pc-camera-zc0301plh-on-ubuntu-edgy-517684/22:33
storbeckStep by step directions.22:33
twosouls82why not use spca5xx-source btw?22:34
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storbeckI suppose you could.22:35
sMonktwosouls82: It seems to be working, I'll let you know when it finishes doing what ever it's doing22:35
storbeckI didn't write the directions, I'm just the messenger. :)22:35
holastorbeck: which steps exactlY?22:36
storbeckhola, Did you click the link?22:36
sMonkjussi01: Do you use virtualbox at all?22:38
* twosouls82 uses VirtualBox22:39
dZen|n|hello how do I shafe a folder on another dev it tells me only your home folder can be shared ?22:40
dZen|n|WITH SAMBA22:40
storbeckchmod it.22:40
sMonktwosouls82: Will this run Windows XP well?22:41
twosouls82sMonk: I use it on my laptop, for my work, to run XP22:41
twosouls82I hate doing so btw22:41
twosouls82but it works fine22:41
holasame can help me to configure my webcam22:41
hola0ac8:307b Z-Star Microelectronics Corp.22:42
sMonkOk, cause I was thinking of installing a small partition of it.. but someone mentioned virtualbox or vmware22:42
sMonkmy wife has some Windows programs she wants to run, and they run like crap in Wine22:42
storbeckhola, I'm pretty sure I already helped you and you didn't click the link.22:43
storbeckdZen|n|: In Samba, edit your smb.conf in /etc/samba22:43
holastorbeck: oh yes.....i clickeed it but i have this problem HTTP request sent, awaiting response... 404 Not Found22:43
storbeckRefresh the page. Works fine for me.22:44
holastorbeck:  wget http://mxhaard.free.fr/spca50x/Download/spca5xx-20060501.tar.gz    DOES NOT WORKS22:45
sMonkK9copy just crashed22:45
dZen|n|storbeck: I did it in kmenu- system settings- sharing22:46
holastorbeck: do you confirm22:47
storbeckhola, What kernel are you on?22:48
twosouls82hola: sudo apt-get install spca5xx-source && sudo  module-assistant update && sudo m-a a-i spca5xx* && sudo modprobe spca5xx*22:48
steveireCan I get a md5 sum of a cd?22:48
storbeckhttp://mxhaard.free.fr/download.html < There's also direct links to the file on there.22:49
storbeckDownload the one you need, and continue with the directions on the howto.22:49
twosouls82steveire: "cat /dev/cdrom | md5sum" might work22:50
holatwosouls82: ok and after what have i do22:50
storbeckhola, what kernel are you on?22:51
twosouls82it will sure take a while to complete though, once it does it will output something like "b1946ac92492d2347c6235b4d2611184  -"22:51
twosouls82steveire: --^22:51
holatwosouls82: ok and after what have i do22:52
steveiretwosouls82: It didn't seem to do anything, so I stopped it22:52
twosouls82hola: all command completed successfully?22:52
twosouls82steveire: it does, it will take long though22:52
holatwosouls82: it tell me :spca5xx*, what is spca5xx*?22:52
twosouls82hola: please tell the complete output of it22:53
storbeckwget http://mxhaard.free.fr/spca50x/Download/gspcav1-20071224.tar.gz22:53
storbeckUse that instead of the wget in the directions22:53
FSHeroHello everyone: I am trying to share a printer from a Kubuntu computer to another dual-booting Kubuntu and WinXP.22:54
FSHeroCan anyone point me to some simple instructions please?22:54
storbeckThen follow the rest of the directions (Be sure to respace the spca5xx-20060501 with gspcav1-2007122422:54
holastorbeck: and after i have to follow the previos lind instructuons?22:54
FSHeroI tried following www.swerdna.net.au/linhowtoprintipp.html22:54
storbeckYes, but change the scpablahblah to the gspcablahblah22:54
FSHero... but got stuck :P22:54
holastorbeck: please help me22:55
holastorbeck: i dont know where the file has been downloadd22:55
bjwebbshould kaffeine be able to play protected dvds?22:55
bjwebbgiven that libdvdcss2 is installed22:55
storbeckIt's downloaded to the same directory you typed wget in.22:55
holastorbeck: no there isnt22:56
holastorbeck:ok i found it22:57
storbeckWhere was it?22:57
holastorbeck:what i have to rename22:57
storbeckYou don't rename anything22:57
storbeckI'm saying, follow the directions, but when they say to type in the scpca stuff, type in the actual name. It will be gspca something22:57
steveiretwosouls82: That did take a long time.22:58
steveire6 mins22:58
twosouls82steveire: it read all data, but did it work as I expected?22:58
holastorbeck: sudo modprobe -r spca5xx is it correct22:58
storbeckhola, What did I just tell you?22:59
storbeckChange the spca5xx to the correct name. Type 'ls' if you forget what it's called.22:59
twosouls82steveire: I hope you used the proper device node (and replaced /dev/cdrom, if required)22:59
storbeckDon't rename the file, just change what you're typing.22:59
bjwebbdecryption takes a while, doesn't it23:00
holastorbeck: gspca coul be the right name?23:00
steveiretwosouls82: The checksum compares with the md5sum.txt file for the iso and the md5 of the iso itself.23:00
steveireHere's another way: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HowToMD5SUM23:01
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twosouls82steveire: hahaha23:02
twosouls82I assume that is way faster23:02
twosouls82than my pipe :)23:02
storbeckYes, sudo modprobe gspca23:02
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holastorbeck: /dev/video: No such file or directory23:03
bjwebbwhat programme would you recommend to rip dvds?23:03
storbeckhola, type dmesg | tail23:04
storbeckand post it in pastebin23:04
holastorbeck: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/56900/23:05
scjp_i am converting an mdf file to iso file using mdf2iso, now getting error message "file  is already ISO9660."23:06
sebas891hey folks, after doing an update when I go in system administration in the k menu, and I want to do stuff "in admin mode" I don't get the password prompt...23:07
sebas891I click on "administrator mode" but I don't get the password box to enter it...23:08
PhilRodscjp_: what does 'file' think the file is?23:08
twosouls82what happens to "/etc/firefox/profile" when firefox gets updated?23:08
sebas891do you know a way around that ?23:08
scjp_PhilRod, file is called abc.mdf and want to convert it into abc.iso23:09
PhilRodscjp_: if you run "file abc.mdf" in a konsole, what file format does it say?23:10
holastorbeck: are you still there23:10
storbeckhola, try compiling this > http://mxhaard.free.fr/spca50x/Download/oldrelease/spcaview-20061208.tar.gz23:10
scjp_PhilRod, i cannot run it wat do you by run , it is an image file something23:10
storbeckafter you untar it, just do a make then make install23:11
scjp_PhilRod, ???23:12
PhilRodscjp_: I mean open a konsole, and in the konsole, type "file abc.mdf" (without the quotes)23:12
PhilRodthat will run the "file" command on abc.mdf, which will tell you what file type it is23:12
holastorbeck: a lot of errors23:13
scjp_PhilRod, abc.mdf UDF filesystem data (version 1.5)23:13
storbeckhola, Do you have libsdl and libjpeg installed?23:13
holastorbeck: i dont know23:14
bjwebbhmmmm, why is k9copy in multiverse?23:14
holastorbeck: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/56901/23:14
storbecksudo apt-get install libsdl1.2debian-all libjpeg23:14
PhilRodscjp_: so it doesn't appear that the input file is really an iso. Check you're giving the right options to mdf2iso23:14
PhilRodand that you don't already have the output file lying around23:15
stdinstorbeck: what exactly is the problem you're having?23:15
storbeckYes, you don't have sdl installed.23:15
holastorbeck: E: Couldn't find package libjpeg23:15
storbeckstdin: I'm not having any problems23:15
Oloughlin75hola: "sudo apt-get install build-essential"23:15
storbecksudo apt-get install libsdl1.2debian-all libjpeg-dev23:15
Oloughlin75hola: then make23:16
scjp_PhilRod, i dont have the output file around, I am just giving this command called mdf2iso  abc.mdf abc.iso whereas abc.iso doesnt exist becoz it will be the new file23:16
holastorbeck: after sudo apt-get install libsdl1.2debian-all libjpeg-dev then make the result is the same23:17
storbecksudo apt-get install libsdl*23:18
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holastorbeck: E: Broken packages23:18
storbeckHeh, naturally.23:18
storbecksudo apt-get install libsdl1.2-dev23:19
holastorbeck: and after?23:20
PhilRodscjp_: check the manpage I guess. I'm not familiar with that app, I'm afraid23:21
holastorbeck: ok after make23:22
holastorbeck: make install?23:22
storbecksudo make install23:23
holastorbeck: i have already done23:23
holastorbeck: after?23:23
storbeckscjp_: mdf2iso cue abc.mdf23:24
storbeckhola, run it23:24
holastorbeck: run what23:24
storbeckhola, the program that you just made23:24
miladenMy filetransfering in Kopete sux donkeyjewels... is there a fix for this?23:25
storbeckscjp_: That will turn it into a .cue which is the same as an iso23:25
storbeckOr, you can do mdf2iso abc.mdf target.iso23:25
holastorbeck: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/56902/23:25
holavideo0 does not created23:26
storbeckhola, modprobe gspcav23:27
miladenis there no fix for the filetransfering trouble in kopete?23:27
Sidekickzhi all23:27
holastorbeck: FATAL: Module gspcav not found.23:27
storbeckmodprobe gspca23:28
storbeckSorry, typo23:28
Sidekickziḿ new on Kubuntu, and just want to know if konqueror is a good browser.23:28
storbeckSidekickz: It is.23:28
holastorbeck: the same http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/56902/23:29
holaERROR opening V4L interface23:29
storbeckIf gspca doesn't work, modprobe spca5xx23:29
holaFATAL: Module spca5xx not found.23:29
SidekickzAny special recommendation?23:30
storbecktype modprobe scp then press the tab button23:30
SidekickzKonqueror use the mozila engine?23:30
storbeckKHTML is the engine.23:31
holastorbeck: 10 file23:31
holastorbeck: spcacat      spcacat.c    spcacat.o    spcaframe.h  spcaserv     spcav4l.c    spcav4l.h    spcav4l.o    spcaview     spcaview.c   spcaview.o23:32
storbeckHeh, I thought you already installed spca23:32
storbeckhola, http://mxhaard.free.fr/spca50x/Download/spca5xx-v4l1goodbye.tar.gz23:33
storbeckThen start the whole process of installing it over. The same way you install gspca23:33
holastorbeck: im lsot23:34
storbeckI noticed.23:35
vltHello. I'm trying to run a remote app on my kubuntu desktop. I tried `ssh -X user@server1 xeyes` but get "Error: Can't open display:". On server2 it works. What could be missing on server1?23:35
storbeckvlt, the ssh server?23:35
storbeckMaybe the xeyes app?23:36
vltstorbeck: xeyes is installed there. And I can connect via ssh successfully.23:36
holastorbeck: sorry im a beginner...what have i do after cecompress spca5xx-v4l1goodbye23:36
storbeckhola, You don't remember doing what you did to install the gspca?23:36
rickestvlt: maybe ssh -Y23:36
holastorbeck: make and make install?23:37
vltstorbeck: sshd_config there says: X11Forwarding yes23:37
vltrickest: I'll try ...23:37
holastorbeck: stop23:38
holastorbeck: make[1]: *** No rule to make target `Folder/spca5xx-v4l1goodbye'. Stop.23:38
holastorbeck: make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/linux-headers-2.6.22-14-386'23:39
holastorbeck:make: *** [default] Error 223:39
vltrickest: No, -Y didn't help.23:39
storbecksudo apt-get install linux-headers-`uname -r` linux-restricted-modules-`uname -r` build-essential23:39
holastorbeck: it was already installed23:40
storbeckIs there a Makefile in the spca dir?23:41
holastorbeck: yes23:41
storbeckPost all your commands and errors from the time you did wget to now in pastebin23:42
holastorbeck: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/56904/23:45
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storbeckhola, Did you get it posted yet?23:47
holastorbeck: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/56904/23:47
holaafter make i have this error23:47
storbeckHrm, that's weird.23:49
storbeckTry sudo make23:49
holathe same23:49
stdinthe error is because you're in a folder called "New Folder", it has a space in it and that's confusing the Makefile23:50
stdinrename it to something without a space in ti23:51
storbeckAh, good catch stdin23:51
Daisuke_Laptopmorning stdin23:52
stdinevening :)23:53
holaHELP me : http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/56907/23:53
storbeckhola: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=44255223:55
storbeckThat will help you get some of it sorted out.23:55
storbeckln -s autoconfig.h config.h23:56
holastorbeck: in which directory have i start ln -s autoconfig.h config.h23:57
stdinthe spca5xx module _should_ also be in linux-ubuntu-modules-$(uname -r)23:57
whabo does anyone of yoiu know of a plugin for screenlets or widgets23:57
stdinnamed gspca23:57
* Aranel note to self ; do NOT reboot system using SysRQ :/23:58
whaboplease anyone?23:58
storbeckI already had him try to install gspca, no luck.23:58
storbeckhola, In the linux directory23:58
holastorbeck: where i extracted spca5xx-v4l1goodbye23:58
holamake now?23:59
vltstorbeck: Just noticed something: When I connect to server 1 `echo $DISPLAY` is empty while it is "localhost:10.0" on server 2. Any idea?23:59
holastorbeck: nothing23:59

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