stonddoes anybody know what software to use to make an iso and read the files within an iso00:04
reagleBRKLNjust tried a fresh kde 4.0.2 login and I get a kbuildsycoca4 crash and then only the desktop00:06
JoshOvki!kde4 > reagleBRKLN00:09
reagleBRKLNubotu, JoshOvki: yes, that announcement is what prompted me to install kde 4.0.2 -- and fail unfortunately00:10
JoshOvkireagleBRKLN: see #kubuntu-kde4  for support00:11
reagleBRKLNwhile i didn't stick with kde4 in the past (panel issues) I could use it.. now get kbuildsycoca4 crash on login00:11
reagleBRKLNthanks, will try00:11
storbeckreagleBRKLN: Update your repos, delete everything relative to kde4(old version), and re-install00:12
storbeckOr KDE3, depending on what you had00:13
reagleBRKLNstorbeck: will try again i suppose00:13
yao_ziyuansome packages like Evolution i never use and they sometimes request to upgrade themselves. is it safe to remove Evolution?00:13
reagleBRKLNreally, delete all kde3?00:13
storbeckreagleBRKLN: The KDE3 in your repos00:13
storbeckyao_ziyuan: Yes.00:14
Daisuke_Idowhy in god's name should he remove all of kde3 to get kde4 working?  or am i missing something here?00:14
yao_ziyuanand how mature is kde4 now? maybe i should download kde4 packages00:14
storbeckDaisuke_ldo, the KDE 3 in his repos, not the installed KDE 3.00:14
Daisuke_Idoi was missing something :)00:14
cheebyDragnslcr: I found it.  it was mysql-sever.  just wasn't showing up in the GUI.00:14
Daisuke_Idoyao_ziyuan: not very, wait for 4.0.3 at the earliest00:14
* cheeby is trying to run this as would his brother (in sales)00:15
yao_ziyuani hope kde4 still has transparent taskbar00:15
reagleBRKLNstorbeck: i'm not sure what you mean by, "in the repos"? i have lines for ubuntu guts, updates, and ppa00:15
storbeckYou don't have any for KDE 3?00:15
storbeckOh, nevermind. KDE 4 isn't even in the repos yet is it.00:15
reagleBRKLNnot specifically, though once I put ppa in there, a couple KDE3 apps got updated to those versions00:16
storbeckSorry, I was going off a SuSe forum where someone had the same problem. :D00:16
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yao_ziyuanthe fate of things like Evolution and KTorrent is doomed by Thunderbird and the official BitTorrent client00:17
Jucato!offtopic | yao_ziyuan00:17
ubotuyao_ziyuan: #kubuntu is the official Kubuntu support channel, for all Kubuntu-related support questions. Please use #kubuntu-offtopic for general chatter. Thanks!00:17
Daisuke_Idowhat are you talking about?00:17
yao_ziyuani mean, if people use firefox,00:17
yao_ziyuanthey would probably also use thunderbird00:17
yao_ziyuanand mozilla takes all00:17
Daisuke_Idothat's comparing apples to pleated pants00:18
JucatoDaisuke_Ido: don't carry it much further :)00:18
reagleBRKLNoh well, remove 4.0.2 for now, maybe 4.0.3! :)00:18
Daisuke_IdoreagleBRKLN: honestly, that would be my advice, there are a couple bugs that crept into 4.0.200:18
yao_ziyuanpeople tend to adopt products with the same flavor00:18
JucatoreagleBRKLN: maybe the people in #kubuntu-kde4 know what's happening00:18
Jucatoagain yao_ziyuan, thia tis offtopic for this channel00:19
Daisuke_IdoreagleBRKLN: perhaps not remove it, but stick with kde 3 until 4.0.3 is released, then give it another shot, which is what i've been doing00:19
JucatoDaisuke_Ido: or 4.1, which is due next month iirc00:19
Daisuke_Idoooh, that is good news00:19
storbeckYes, if I was a KDE fan I would for sure wait until 4.100:20
Daisuke_Idohopefully that makes it fully usable and a realistic replacement for 3.5.x00:20
Jucatodepends on how much of a KDE fan you are :P00:20
Daisuke_Idoright now it feels kinda...  pinched.00:20
Jucatoa hardcore one would have built KDE 4.1 from source now :P00:20
Daisuke_Idolike "we swear it's going to get better, but we had to give people SOMETHING"00:21
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megavattAt me a problem at installation of driver NVIDIA for videocard GeeForce 660000:29
megavattall headers installed00:29
tekteenwhat did you do?00:29
tekteenare you using the restricted drivers manager?00:30
alesanhi which program can I use to write some text on a PDF file and then the newly created pdf?00:31
alesanand then *save* the new pdf?00:31
tekteenpdfedit I think00:31
alesanwell... I tried that but... it's not working well at all00:32
alesanit seems to have a nivce interface but every edit I make need *many* seconds to be "accepted"00:32
alesanif only openoffice "draw" could import pdf documents00:33
alesanlike corel draw used to do :)00:33
tekteenI don't know anything about it00:33
alesanok thanks the same.00:34
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imaginenetxhey all, question about the wlanassistant00:52
imaginenetxis there any way to enhance it? like, set preferred networks so I don't have to manually connect each time?00:52
yagodoes anyone know how to install compiz-fusion on kubuntu 7.1000:58
ubotuyago: Kubuntu is not shipping with compiz installed or enabled by default. You can still install it and have your eyecandy goodness. The instructions are at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompositeManager/CompizFusion - further help in #compiz-fusion01:00
imaginenetxhow can I update my apt-get repositories?01:05
abortdwhere is grub installed to?01:05
ubotuAPT is the Advanced Package Tool, which together with dpkg forms the basic Ubuntu package management toolkit. Short apt-get manual: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/AptGetHowto - Also see !Synaptic (Gnome) or !Adept (KDE)01:05
ubotuThe packages in Kubuntu are divided into various sections. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Kubuntu - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecommendedSources for the recommended way to set up your repositories01:09
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BluesKajimaginenetx, adept is the apt package manager GUI ,Open Adept Package Manager. On the menu of that screen,click on Adept -> Manage Repositories, click the Kubuntu Software tab, check all the boxes with an "X". The same goes for the Third Party software tab. Close, and then in the terminal do : "sudo apt-get update". Now you have more sources for applications other than the defaults that came with Kubuntu.01:18
Jucato(wow! what a mouthful :P)01:18
JucatoBluesKaj: all boxes?01:19
BluesKajnothing like copy & paste01:19
BluesKajit uncomments them01:20
* Jucato doesn't suggest "Unsupported updates" (backports) unless necessary01:20
BluesKajwhen ppl complain about not enuff repos , one must oblige :)01:21
BluesKajany suggestions about a disclaimer then, Jucato ?01:22
naught102any suggestions about how to get kooka working with SANE in hardy?01:23
JucatoBluesKaj: hm... disclaimer.. hm... other than stuff in backports are not guaranteed to work 100%. Use with caution01:25
Jucatonaught102: try #ubuntu+101:25
BluesKaji hate to say this , but switch to windows to any scanning kooka and sane aren't up to the task with my HP scanner01:25
Jucatooh they work fine in Feisty01:25
naught102Jucato: I have, but no one in there ever has any idea about KDE, and there's no #kubuntu+101:26
Jucatowhich was the last time I used it01:26
BluesKajok, Jucato I'll take that under advisement :)01:26
naught102BluesKaj: worked fine in gutsy with my mustek scanner01:26
tekteennaught102: #ubuntu+1 (even for kubuntu)01:26
naught102tekteen: see above01:26
NickPrestaHow would I check which repository a certain package comes from when doing a dist-upgrade? (I know apt-get -V dist-upgrade will show the version numbers).01:27
BluesKajnaught102, bummer about Hardy01:27
JucatoNickPresta: apt-cache policy <package>01:27
Jucatoor was it apt-cache madison...01:27
NickPrestaJucato, ah. So there is no way to do it while you're upgrading (for all packages being upgraded)?01:28
Jucatoyou can try checking while it's downloading, but no, not that I know of01:29
NickPrestaI suppose -sV will work01:29
BluesKajnaught102, my scanner worked alright , the results were just too dark and no altering of settings could fix the problem01:32
Dr_willis_BluesKaj,  for my scanner/needs - Windows was just a disaster compared to linux. :) guess it depends on the scanner.01:34
Dr_willis_I just found it odd.. that for windows i had to download a 124+mb driver package for my printer/scanner/combo -  :) that included all this Junk that  dident need.. and that dident work.  Like i needed HP's photo/doc/whatever tool.. (which i might add dont work in vista) heh..01:35
Dr_willis_Vista included the priner/scanner drivers.. but only with 1/2 the features disabled..  Who Needs those fancy scan/print buttons to work under vista anyway! :)01:36
* Dr_willis_ is done ranting.01:36
BluesKajyes Dr_willis, it certainly looks that way , unless my learning curve is just too steep with kooka :)01:40
luckeyis there a way to set nautilus as my defualt system browser in kubuntu?01:43
luckeyi just want to set nautilus as my browser, I don't like dolphin01:44
Jucatohow about Konqueror? :)01:45
Jucato!d3lphin | luckey01:45
ubotuluckey: Dolphin, or more properly D3lphin, is the new default file manager for Kubuntu 7.10 Gutsy Gibbon. If you would like to make Konqueror your default file manager again, go to Konqueror - Settings menu - Configure Konqueror - File Associations and change the association for inode/directory and inode/system_directory to Konqueror at the top rather than Dolphin.01:45
Jucatosame procedure, except look for Nautilus instead of Konqueror in the list01:45
shadowflierI have a problem and I know there is somewhere an answer on the forums but I cant find it, its about the wireless card, I know that I am upposed to get the windows drivers and then install it using ndiswrapper, but I dont even know how to get that, help? :)01:50
NickPresta!ndiswrapp | shadowflier01:51
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ndiswrapp - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi01:51
NickPresta!ndiswrapper | shadowflier01:51
ubotushadowflier: Wireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs01:51
shadowflierwell thanks01:51
NickPrestashadowflier, specifically ndiswrapper: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs/Driver/Ndiswrapper?highlight=%28WifiDocs%2FDriver%2901:51
gannon8On the Adept Program Installer, why are the programs greyed out?01:53
gannon8Is there anyone who is alive here?01:54
gannon8guess not.01:55
draikHello all01:55
draikIs there an alternative to k9Copy?01:56
NickPrestadraik, is there a problem with k9copy or are you just looking for an alternative?01:56
draikNickPresta: k9Copy keeps crashing. The time of completion is escalating and dies around the eleventh hour01:57
Daisuke-Laptopdraik: are you looking to go from dvd9>dvd5 or from dvd>xvid/h264/whatever ?01:57
Daisuke-Laptopdraik: it could very well be the disc01:58
draikAll of them?01:58
Daisuke-Laptopdo you have libdvdcss2 installed?01:58
NickPrestaThere is 'dvdbackup'01:58
Daisuke-Laptopthere's also dvd9501:58
NickPrestaI use k9copy. It hasn't failed for me *shrugs*01:58
Daisuke-Laptopeven in gnome, that, k3b, amarok, and konversation are the four apps i can't live without01:59
Daisuke-Laptopand ktorrent.  the five, FIVE apps i can't live without are k9copy, k3b, amarok, konversation, and ktorrent (please forgive me for ripping off the python.)02:00
draikI'm all for k3b, amarok, konversation, ktorrent and k9copy, but k9copy is just not working as it should.02:01
draikYes, I have libdvdcss2 installed02:01
NickPrestadraik, there is also 'acidrip' and 'dvdrip'. I don't know if those will do what you want though.02:01
Daisuke-Laptopdvdrip will not02:01
Daisuke-Laptopi use that for dvd > avi02:01
Daisuke-Laptopcheck dvd95, dvdbackup02:02
the_darkside_986What exactly is the command for making Kaffeine or mplayer play Windows Media Video files in Kubuntu? i mean i hate WMV as much as anyone else but if mplayer can't play it then i can't convert it.02:06
dent-42sorry to butt in the conversation. Doesn't VLC play WMV files ?02:07
unix_lappyvlc plays virtually everything, so does mplayer02:08
dent-42what i thought02:08
imaginenetx!update repositories02:10
dent-42Darkside_989: have you installed  w32codecs ??02:10
the_darkside_986well, some wmv files seem to play. not sure if my file got corrupted or what, but it is *.wmv and the sound plays but no video.02:10
the_darkside_986well "sudo apt-get install w32codecs" says the package is obsolete or missing.02:11
the_darkside_986right now i am downloading the tarball from mplayerhq but i can't remember where they go in the directory tree (usr/local/??? somthing)02:11
the_darkside_986i knew it was something like that.02:12
Jucatothe_darkside_986: w32codecs is not in the official Ubuntu repositories02:12
ubotuThe Win32 codecs are available from the Medibuntu repositories (see « /msg ubotu medibuntu »), and for releases prior to Gutsy, also at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/SeveasPackages02:12
dent-42ok, well you could try adding mediubuntu to your repository i think w32codes is in there with other codecs02:12
dent-42ah beat me to it :-P02:13
the_darkside_986ok thanks.02:13
jinzougenI'm compiling something with latex for the first time on my kubuntu install. Latex didn't find setspace.sty so I downloaded it from CTAN, but it's complaining about not finding a \begin{document} when there obviously is one... can anyone help or should I ask this in a latex channel?02:13
dent-42try this  Darkside_986:      sudo wget http://www.medibuntu.org/sources.list.d/gutsy.list -O /etc/apt/sources.list.d/medibuntu.list02:13
dent-42and then :02:13
dent-42wget -q http://packages.medibuntu.org/medibuntu-key.gpg -O- | sudo apt-key add - && sudo apt-get update02:14
dent-42sudo apt-get install w32codecs02:14
the_darkside_986also, is there a way to enter unicode characters in KDE? i know that Gnome has some kind of character combo and a char map app.02:14
dent-42darkside_986: that one i cant be much help on, sorry02:15
the_darkside_986well i've got the mplayer binary codec tarball almost done so i'll probably try to use it. if that doesn't work then it means my file was corrupted :(02:15
dent-42darkside: but try what i posted above to get the w32codecs it solved alot of problems for me02:16
the_darkside_986i suppose i should open up KDevelop and write an app for inserting unicode. but i don't know how unicode works in that environment. I wish there were Qt bindings in D. D is the only real language that has proper unicode support IMO.02:16
Jucato(well C++ has, through some libraries like Boost afaik)02:17
ksuthey, has anyone here heard any reports of oom-killer going nuts when there's plenty of memory free? (not to mention swap)02:17
crimsunksut: sure, but that question lacks just about all reasonable detail.02:18
val0i am trying to rdp into a computer (Vista) from a Kubuntu machine and I get the "connection attempt to host failed" error. I know that RDP and Remode Desktop is enabled on the remote machine. I am VPNed in to the network and I can successfully ping the remote machine :S. The firewall on the remote machine is off... Any ideas what it can be?02:38
drbrownis kubuntu hardy pretty buggy?02:43
drbrownis it pretty stable02:44
val0drbrown: probably better than anything else you'll find on the market02:44
Jucatoalpha 5 was just released02:44
drbrownI am having probs with my sata hard drive with feisty02:45
drbrownit is showing up as an IDE drive and is seriously taxing my performance02:45
Jucatohave you tried upgrading to gutsy?02:46
drbrownI am sorry, I am running gutsy02:46
lifeHey, anyone know what's up with amarok throwing a "cannot currently play mp3" message?02:47
val0life: do you have the restricted extras installed?02:48
lifeval0: Uhm, not sure how I would go about doing that, so I guess not, heh.02:48
lifeval0: Might you be able to guide me in the right direction?02:49
val0life: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats02:50
lifeNeat, I appreciate it!02:50
val0life: sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras02:50
val0life: see if that works if not let us know02:50
lifeval0: Sure! I just switched to Kubuntu today from XP, giving it a whirl and not quite yet familiar with everything just yet.02:51
val0life: lol i went through the process a while back02:52
jcgkffycsval0: I seem to remember having to apt-get install Kubuntu-restricted-extras ?02:52
val0life:  the key to success is the ubuntu forum02:52
val0jcgkffycs: sorry not sure what you mean02:52
val0life: you'll find most of what you need there and if not there than here02:52
jcgkffycsubuntu-restricted-extras might not work with amarok02:53
lifeAnd also! Is there a quick and easy way of updating programs (such as amarok currently)02:54
jcgkffycsit might only install support for rythmbox and the other gnome apps,not the kde.02:54
val0jcgkffycs: i had that same error and when i installed it worked for me02:54
val0amarok runns on xine i believe and that needs the restricted extras but i could be wrong02:54
lifeHmm, the problem persists!02:54
nosrednaekimthe exact package for mp3 codecs is libxine1-ffmpeg02:54
nosrednaekimkubuntu-restricted-extras is reccomended though02:55
TannI was wondering where the alsa-base configuration files are02:55
jcgkffycsyea, try apt-get install kubuntu-restricted-extras02:55
jcgkffycsthat should work with amarok02:55
lifeCool, giving it a go.02:55
val0life: what's the actually error message?02:55
root_______como estan02:56
lifeIt says "Amarok currently cannot play MP3 files."02:56
gundam_rx78nt1root_____________ para poder recibir ayuda en espanol, ve a #kubuntu-es.02:56
nosrednaekimlife: you need to restart amarok after getting that package02:56
gundam_rx78nt1pero, estamos bien.02:56
jcgkffycsyou might need to restart amarok before it will catch the new codecs02:56
ubotuSi busca ayuda en español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es, allí obtendrá más ayuda.02:57
lifeHmmm, still get the same message after restarting.02:57
gundam_rx78nt1life, add the xine extra plugins02:57
gundam_rx78nt1then restart amarok.02:57
gundam_rx78nt1val0, you are late, I explained that already.02:57
lifeHow might I get these packages?02:57
tlaytoni think the restricted-extras installs mp3 support for k3b02:57
gundam_rx78nt1hold on a sec02:58
val0gundam_rx78nt1: not again02:58
val0i am always late for that!02:58
nosrednaekimlife: "sudo apt-get install kubuntu-restricted-extras"02:58
gundam_rx78nt1also install the libxine1-plugins02:59
val0nosrednaekim: he should have that package by now :D he got that command about 4 times from us already :D02:59
lifenosrednaekin: I think that's the same command I just ran02:59
gundam_rx78nt1life, do you have the libxine1-plugins installed?02:59
gundam_rx78nt1hello wswindell?02:59
nosrednaekimI thought he just asked how to get them...03:00
lifeHold on, lemme check.03:00
lifenosrednaekim: Nope!03:00
lifenosrednaekim: Don't have them.03:00
val0life: you don't have what?03:00
lifeNor do I have the libxine1-ffmpeg either03:00
gundam_rx78nt1wswindell, just ask03:00
lifeThe libxine1-plugins03:00
wswindelli messed up my APT locations and can't use synaptics or adept03:01
gundam_rx78nt1life, just install that.  That helped with mp3 playback for me.03:01
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wswindellinstall what03:01
lifegundam_rx78nt1: Heh, how might I install it?03:01
lifeVery sorry, not too sure how this stuff works yet.03:01
gundam_rx78nt1sudo apt-get install libxine1-plugins03:01
wswindellhold on03:01
gundam_rx78nt1wswindell: that was for life03:02
gundam_rx78nt1wswindell: that will not help your problem03:02
jcgkffycslife: dumb question are you really killed amarok when you restrated it? Remember it keeps running even if you close the window, you need to press ctrl+ Q03:02
wswindell Malformed line 76 in source list /etc/apt/sources.list (dist parse)03:02
wswindellE: The list of sources could not be read.03:02
wswindellthat is waht it said03:02
Tannwhere are alsa-base configuration files located03:02
lifejcgkffycs: Yeah, I right clicked/quit on the little icon in the taskbar.03:02
lifegundam_rx78nt1: Hmm, it seems like it won't install because of certain 'unmet dependencies'03:03
wswindellAnyone know how to install limewire? my GDebi package installer is crap03:03
nosrednaekimwswindell: line 76 is messed up... could you pastebin the file?03:03
wswindellwhat do you mean, i am new to Ubuntu Linux03:04
NickPrestawswindell, I suggest FrostWire instead. Virtually the same, except more freedom :)03:04
NickPresta!frostwire | wswindell03:04
ubotuwswindell: frostwire is a totally open source version of Limewire.  For installation help, please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FrostWire03:04
wswindellkonqueror web browser sucks03:04
NickPrestawswindell, that is a matter of opinion.03:05
wswindellyou-re right03:05
lifeUnmet dependencies or something; a line of it is Depends: libxine1-ffmpeg but it is not going to be installed03:05
wswindelli am spoiled by Firefox03:05
wswindellwhat country are you guys from, i am from USA03:05
gundam_rx78nt1life, sudo apt-get install libxine1-ffmpeg and then install the libxine1-plugins03:06
NickPrestawswindell, there are a variety of places represented here.03:06
lifegundam_rx78nt1: It won't let me install libxine1-ffmpeg ... it quotes a bunch more dependencies03:06
nosrednaekimlife: do you have the restricted repository enabled in adept?03:06
wswindelli am only a 14 year old Visual Basic programmer, so use easier jargon03:06
tlaytonwswindell: go to http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/ , enter contents of your /etc/apt/sources.list, then paste the URL here03:07
lifenosrednaekim: I think so. I enabled the ones with (multiverse) and (universe) behind 'em.03:07
nosrednaekimwswindell: please pastebin your /etc/apt/sources.list file so I can see what the problem is03:07
nosrednaekimlife: you need restricted too03:07
wswindelli can't access any of these things through adept or synaptics, so how else03:08
lifenosrednaekim: while I'm at it, should (main) be enabled as well?03:08
nosrednaekimlife: certainly.!03:08
gundam_rx78nt1you don't have main enabled?03:08
lifenosrednaekim: Neat. After this, the apt-get installs should work?03:08
lifeWell, apparently not, heh.03:09
nosrednaekimlife: yes:)03:09
NickPrestawswindell, press alt+f2. Type in: kate /etc/apt/sources.list. Copy that text to the pastebin. Provide us with the pastebin location.03:09
gundam_rx78nt1enable it, enable it.03:09
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wswindellHELP! My GDebi Package Installer will do nothing cause of the APT resources list03:09
nosrednaekimlife: enable them all (except source)03:09
lifeHurrah, the install thingy's working!03:09
NickPrestawswindell, we're trying to help you. You need to help us in return by following the instructions we give you.03:09
gundam_rx78nt1"install thingy"? LOL.  sorry been up for 48 hours.03:10
gundam_rx78nt1work and can't sleep.03:10
wswindellwhich text should i copy?03:10
NickPrestawswindell, all the text. The whole file.03:10
wswindelldeb cdrom:[Kubuntu 7.10 _Gutsy Gibbon_ - Release i386 (20071016.1)]/ gutsy main restricted03:10
wswindell# See http://help.ubuntu.com/community/UpgradeNotes for how to upgrade to03:10
wswindell# newer versions of the distribution.03:10
wswindell# Line commented out by installer because it failed to verify:03:10
wswindell# deb http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/ gutsy main restricted03:10
gundam_rx78nt1oops. no pastebin03:11
lifeAh! The sweet sound of music ;) Thanks so much you guys!03:11
NickPrestawswindell, you need to paste that into a pastebin. http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org03:11
wswindellwhats pastebin, im sorry03:11
gundam_rx78nt1life, isn't it sweeter with music?03:11
lifeMuch, much :D03:11
nosrednaekimlife: awesome :)03:11
wswindellyou guys are awesome03:11
lifeBy the way, is there some way I might update programs (such as amarok)?03:11
gundam_rx78nt1smiling as he is listening to Jack Johnson.03:11
nosrednaekimlife: well, there won't be any major updates, only bug-fixes03:12
jcgkffycsthey all get auto updated by adept03:12
wswindelli pasted it03:12
NickPrestalife, if your package manager (either Adept or Synaptic) don't have any updates then you're using the most up-to-date version available in the repositories.03:12
NickPrestawswindell, you need to provide us with the pastebin URL03:12
wswindellsorry, duh03:12
nosrednaekimlife: the major "version" upgrades are usually between the releases of kubuntu. i.e. if you only have amarok 1.4.8 in gutsy, you will have to wait for hardy to get 1.4.903:13
NickPrestawswindell, I assume you didn't have an internet connection when you were installing?03:13
nosrednaekimlife: in general... sometimes they backport things03:13
wswindellinstalled kubuntu?03:14
val0what's a good app to mount iso/uif/etc files?03:14
NickPrestawswindell, yep.03:14
wswindellno internet connection NickPresta03:15
lifeAh, thanks!03:15
jcgkffycsval0: I think you can just use loop mount, their should be some instructions somehwere on the forums.03:15
Arwenval0, /bin/mount03:15
NickPrestawswindell, you have no internet connection on your Kubuntu machine?03:15
val0and that would mount an iso or uif file?03:16
wswindelli do now, but not while installing Kubuntu Linux03:16
NickPrestawswindell, ah okay. That's fine03:16
gundam_rx78nt1well, it's time for me to go to bed.03:16
gundam_rx78nt1see ya later.03:16
nosrednaekimgundam_rx78nt1: sleep well :)03:16
wswindellso what should I do now NickPresta03:16
lifeHow might I install new programs and such in Kubuntu?03:17
NickPrestawswindell, I'm fixng up your sources.list.03:17
Arwenlife, with apt03:17
NickPrestawswindell, give me a moment03:17
nosrednaekimwswindell: close that kate window and run "kdesudo kate /etc/apt/sources.list" to edit the file as admin.03:17
Tanndoes anyone know where the configuration files for alsa-base are?03:17
nosrednaekimlife: adept works great03:17
lifenosrednaekim: Hmmm. I'm not quite sure how it works so I guess I'll test it out. What's a good program to install first?03:18
nosrednaekimlife: firefox :)03:18
lifenosrednaekim: Excellent idea!03:18
Arwenlife, I recommend installing "hello"03:18
lifeArwen: Hello?03:18
Arwen"hello" - it's the name of a package, install it and see03:19
lifeHeh. I'll do it after firefox!03:19
lifeSo, to install firefox I click on the firefox package and click "request install"?03:19
wswindellnosrednaekim: i did as you advised03:19
nosrednaekimwswindell: ok, erase the last line of that file03:19
nosrednaekimthe limewire one03:19
nosrednaekimand save it03:19
lifeAnd then "apply changes?"03:20
wswindellline erased03:20
nosrednaekimlife: yup03:20
lifeThat was easy.03:20
nosrednaekimwswindell: save it and exit kate03:20
nosrednaekimlife: indeed.... its dead simple.03:20
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lifeAmazing! :)03:20
wswindellokay nosrednaekim03:20
nosrednaekimlife: there are 25000 packages... pretty much anything will be in there03:21
lifenosrednaekim: Hehe. And you don't have to scrounge the internet for 'em.03:21
NickPrestawswindell, you have kate open (using kdesudo kate /etc/apt/sources.list) correct?03:21
wswindellwhat should i do know03:21
nosrednaekimNickPresta: just told him to close it ;) he erased the bad line03:21
lifenosrednaekim: Might you know of a nice IM application as well?03:21
nosrednaekimlife: you don't like kppete?03:22
NickPrestanosrednaekim, he everything else commented out because the repos couldn't be verified (because he didn't have an internet connection during install time)03:22
lifenosrednaekim: Haven't really tried it out to be honest, hehe.03:22
wswindellnosrednaekim, it is open03:22
nosrednaekimNickPresta: thats probably best fixed from within adept.03:22
nosrednaekimlife: well, if you don't like it, try out pidgin03:22
NickPrestanosrednaekim, wswindell, here is an updated sources.list (http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/58567/). You can choose to replace your sources.list (from within kate) or you can use Adept and Enable the proper repositories.03:23
jcgkffycslife: kopete is pre installed in kubuntu, it supports aim and pretty much everything else.03:23
wswindellhow to do that03:23
nosrednaekimwswindell: do what?03:23
wswindellwhat NickPresta is saying to do03:23
nosrednaekimwswindell: which one?03:23
bluefoxxdo i need a plugin to play iso dvd file images in kaffeine?03:24
nosrednaekimbluefoxx: probably libdvdcss03:24
jcgkffycslife: should be under internet in kmenu03:24
wswindellTHIS ONE: nosrednaekim, wswindell, here is an updated sources.list (http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/58567/). You can choose to replace your sources.list (from within kate) or you can use Adept and Enable the proper repositories.03:24
nosrednaekimwswindell: but there are two options there.....03:24
nosrednaekimthe last one is probably easiest.... close kate, run adept_manager->adept->manage repositories and check all of the repositories on.03:25
jinzougenI really need help with latex. Latex's dvi output files seem to be in a4 paper, which isn't what I want. dvipdf outputs letterpaper but the top and bottom margins are too small and large respectively.03:25
bluefoxxnosrednaekim: i have that, i can play dvds,  but it doesnt do for kaffeine, i think i need to find a way to link /dev/cdrom into /dev/dvd, as i upgraded to a dvd burner but it still identifies as /dev/cdrom03:25
jinzougendvips outputs a perfect postscript given the dvi03:25
nosrednaekimthats normal bluefoxx03:25
NickPrestawswindell, it is probably best for you to enable the various sources in Adept. Open up adept manager. File > Manage Repositories > Check off what you want (probably all of them)03:25
bluefoxxnosrednaekim: so is there a fix?im no longer using a plain 24x cdrom drive[nor do i plan to on this rig anymore]03:26
nosrednaekimNickPresta: FYI, the menu option is "adept"not file.... rather non-standard I know.03:26
jinzougenps2pdf has the same problem as dvipdf03:26
wswindellthey are already checked, uncheck them?03:26
vikkucan someone help me install build-essential iam getting following error http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/58568/03:26
NickPrestanosrednaekim, ah okay. I haven't used Adept manager in a couple years :)03:26
nosrednaekimbluefoxx: so mean you can't play normal dvd's?03:26
NickPrestawswindell, no, they can remain checked.03:26
wswindellokay, next/03:27
bluefoxxnosrednaekim: i can, but i prefere to rip them and im trying to find out what the last file on a dvd iso image is that i borrowed from a friend, thus i have no access to the dvd it came from and cant check from there03:27
nosrednaekimwswindell: close the dialog and click the reload button on the main screen03:28
bluefoxxim using thoggen to rip from disk five of the third season of inuyasha03:28
nosrednaekimbluefoxx: that, my freind,would be pirating, and we do not help with that...03:28
wswindellreload in adept03:29
nosrednaekimwswindell: yup.03:29
wswindellwhere is that located03:29
bluefoxxnosrednaekim: im not pirating...im only ripping the dvd to my hard disk, to watch at my leisure[rather than having to go dig up a disk from my mess of a floor]03:29
wswindellsorry, teh adept manager or package installer03:29
nosrednaekimwswindell: the button reload or the app itself?03:30
Strangeletdoes anyone here know of a good KDE webcam application?03:30
yao_ziyuanit seems my kubuntu is eating half of my disk (80G) now03:30
wswindellany help installing wine?03:30
yao_ziyuanis there any methods to clean up some temp files?03:31
yao_ziyuanor cache files?03:31
nosrednaekimwswindell: sure.... "sudo apt-get install wine"03:31
nosrednaekimyao_ziyuan: "sudo apt-get clean"03:31
wswindelli'll try that03:31
yao_ziyuannosrednaekim: i tried03:31
nosrednaekimwswindell: close adept first though....03:31
yao_ziyuanwhat about others?03:31
nosrednaekimif you have it open03:31
NickPrestayao_ziyuan, I find it hard to believe you have 40G of temp. files.03:31
the_darkside_986well, no, you should probably go to Wine's website and get the Ubuntu repository. it is more updated. 9.56 just came out03:31
yao_ziyuanNickPresta: i don't know why it eats up so quickly.03:31
wswindelli am using gusty gibbon03:31
nosrednaekimBye guys03:32
bluefoxxnosrednaekim: would it make a difference if i changed my story to i want to watch the iso of a dvd my class made and dont have access to the dvd cause its broken? cause im trying to do that too...03:32
NickPrestayao_ziyuan, what does: `sudo du -sh /var` output?03:32
nosrednaekimbluefoxx: ^_^ ok.....so the dvd drive is not working?03:33
the_darkside_986of course, each Wine release usually breaks half the programs, but the default Wine on Ubuntu disk is probably ancient by now...03:33
nosrednaekimbluefoxx: sorry, I really have to go...03:34
NickPrestabye nosrednaekim03:34
bluefoxxand yes, i should !lol | bluefoxx03:34
yao_ziyuanNickPresta: 260M03:34
wswindellmy GDebi package installer always crashes when something starts to install03:34
yao_ziyuani also find that realplayer might be suspicious03:35
wswindellany help03:35
NickPrestayao_ziyuan, first, I would figure out where the majority of your disk space is being used up before you decide it is your temp. files.03:35
wswindellI have the greatest Visual Basic teacher in the world, Mr. Doug Leisher!03:36
NickPrestawswindell, that's good. What do you need help with?03:36
yao_ziyuanNickPresta: it's ubuntu 7.10 base system + kubuntu-desktop + ubuntu-desktop + virtualbox + a win xp virtual machine whose virtual disk is dynamic and <=8GB03:36
yao_ziyuanand some big games:03:36
yao_ziyuanFreedroid RPG03:37
yao_ziyuanseveral tux racers03:37
wswindellmy gdebi always crashes when i start to install a .deb app03:37
yao_ziyuanis there a program that can tell me the least used packages and the bloatware among them?03:38
NickPrestayao_ziyuan, I would download `filelight`. It should provide you with some visual representation of where the majority of your disk space is being used.03:38
NickPrestawswindell, if you have a deb file, you can try: sudo dpkg -i DEBFILE.deb03:38
NickPrestawswindell, replacing DEBFILE with the name of the file, obviously03:38
wswindellokay, another question, How do i use .exe files with wine?03:39
NickPrestawswindell, wine EXEFILE.exe.03:39
lifeHmmm. Is there a way to install flash for firefox?03:39
wswindellwill that work with an setup file, such as "furcdownload.exe"03:40
TetracommI upgraded to KDE 4, and it logs back out right after logging in. Could someone help me?03:40
mneptoklife: sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree03:40
Jucatolife: install the package flashplugin-nonfree03:40
mneptok!kde4 > Tetracomm03:40
JucatoTetracomm: um... try asking in #kubuntu-kde4 if anyone else has the problem03:40
NickPrestawswindell, it depends on the application. You could try it03:40
JucatoTetracomm: when you log in to a KDE3 session, does the same thing happen?03:40
lifeNeat, thanks!03:41
Jucato!appdb | wswindell03:41
ubotuwswindell: The Wine Application DB is a database of applications and help for !Windows programs that run under !WINE: http://appdb.winehq.org03:41
TetracommJucato: No, KDE 3.5 works fine for me.03:41
wswindellthe apps home page said it would work with wine, but i am stuck03:41
JucatoTetracomm: ok then, #kubuntu-kde4 for you03:41
Jucatowswindell: #winehq is the place to be for wine questions03:41
lifeHmm, it says 'flashplugin-nonfree is already the newest version.'03:42
Jucatolife: in Firefox, try typing "about:plugins" in the address bar and check whether Flash is detected03:43
yao_ziyuanNickPresta: i now have run filelight03:43
lifejucato: It says no plugins are installed!03:43
Jucatolife: how did you install firefox and from where?03:43
lifejucator: Just installed it from adept is all.03:44
yao_ziyuanNickPresta: /dev/sda1 has a total of 66.9GB and used 19,111MB03:44
yao_ziyuanwhich sounds reasonable03:44
Jucatolife: weird... have you restarted Firefox after installing Flash?03:44
lifejucato: Well, it didn't really install. It just said that it's already the latest version. And I had firefox off when installing it.03:44
yao_ziyuani also have some other "disks" each has a size of 506 MB03:45
Jucatolife: Flash is probably already installed if it says that. not sure why Firefox can't detect it03:45
Jucatolife: are you using Kubuntu Gutsy or Hardy?03:45
yao_ziyuan /var/lock03:45
Jucato!flood | yao_ziyuan03:45
ubotuyao_ziyuan: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #kubuntu channel topic)03:45
lifeJucato: Gutsy03:45
yao_ziyuanah! i know why now!03:46
Jucatolife: really weird....03:46
yao_ziyuanbecause there are 15 movies...03:46
yao_ziyuanand a hardy 5 iso03:46
wswindellwhere should i save my windows program files at03:47
wswindellin wine03:47
wswindellyou guys are the best03:48
Jucatowswindell: hm?03:48
wswindellnever mind03:48
lifeJucato: Any ideas?03:48
Jucatoyou can save .exe files anywhere you want. once installed, they are installed in ~/.wine03:48
Jucato(or specifically ~/.wine/drive_c/)03:49
Jucatolife: none unfortunately03:49
Jucatoyay for netsplits!03:54
lifeHmmm. Stupid firefox...03:55
storbeckMust have been lunch break time03:59
freeksh0w86would anyone happen to know the syntax for adding italic style to a font property in SCiTE?04:06
freeksh0w86i'm using it on Kubuntu 7.1004:06
freeksh0w86it is the only decent editor that properly understands D syntax. Kwrite goofs up when it sees an escaped quote \" in a string literal04:07
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storbeckthe_darkside_986: http://scintilla.sourceforge.net/SciTEDoc.html04:10
the_darkside_986nvm i finally figured it out but thanks. i found that doc before and it wasn't very useful04:10
the_darkside_986but i wish KWrite and Kate had better syntax highlighting for D.04:11
storbeckWhat is D?04:15
storbeckA programming language?04:15
storbeckHrm, I've never heard of it04:17
Unoriginalnow you have04:17
storbeckHeh, I suppose so.04:18
lifeHow might I compile a tar.bz2 file?04:19
Arwenlife, a tar.bz2 is a tarball compressed with bzip2. It's just a bunch of files, so asking how to compile it is meaningless.04:21
the_darkside_986@storbeck : yeah, D is an awesome programming language, a low-level systems programming language like C++ except it has awesome features of C#, Java, etc.04:24
storbeckAh, nice04:25
the_darkside_986the gnu compiler for it, gdc, is in the Kubuntu repos.04:25
the_darkside_986but i don't use that version.04:25
Erickj92when i try to do "sudo apt-get install packagehere" i get an error. here is the error on pastebin: http://www.pastebin.ca/929942 . any ideas?04:25
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ArwenErickj92, your repositories are fubar. Pastebin your sources.list (and everything in /etc/apt/sources.list.d)04:26
storbeckDid you try apt-get -f install ?04:26
Erickj92Arwen, fubar?04:26
Arwennever mind that...04:26
Erickj92storbeck, yes. and it just came with more errors04:26
sandro__I need help installing a wireless card driver on my friends computer, the wireless card isn't detected and lspci gave the following output for the wirelss card: 03:00.0 Ethernet controller: Atheros Communications, Inc. AR5006EG 802.11 b/g Wireless PCI Express Adapter (rev 01), can anyone help?04:27
Erickj92Arwen, ill have my sources.list on pastebin in a second04:28
lifesandro__: do you have the make/model of the card?04:28
sandro__isn't that in the lspci output?04:28
Erickj92Arwen:  http://www.pastebin.ca/92995004:30
ArwenErickj92, probably the maintainer of the kde4 PPA has, well, broken his packages either for the time being or permanently.04:31
Erickj92what do i do?04:31
Erickj92because i dont want KDE404:31
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Erickj92if thats the prob04:31
Arwenwait it out, remove that entry, purge KDE4, or fix it yourself I'd say04:31
Arwenone of those four04:31
Erickj92Arwen, do into Adept and remove that respitory i added for KDE4?04:32
Erickj92go into**04:32
Arwenyeah, but you might need to still remove/revert already broken packages04:32
Arwen(oh, and I'd contact that PPA maintainer and see if he has suggestions_04:33
Erickj92how do i tell which are broken?04:33
Arwenadept should tell you, but I don't use it...04:33
Erickj92ok, thanks a ton man04:33
* Erickj92 is a noob with kubuntu still04:33
_aibI've got a serious problem. My filesystem has gone Read-only and I've got an application open with unsaved data. What can I do?04:34
sandro__allright I've looked deeper04:35
sandro__he has an Atheros AR5006EG04:36
Erickj92_aib, you could post it privatly on the internet04:36
Erickj92to save the data atleaste04:36
_aibgood idea04:36
sandro__and I got here http://madwifi.org/wiki/Compatibility/Atheros04:36
_aibwait...i can't! the application needs to save it to a file04:36
_aibman..this sucks04:36
Erickj92what do you mean it needs to save it to a file?04:37
Erickj92Arwen, how to i fix the broken pakages? I already removed the repitory, but am still getting the error when i do apt-get install.04:37
_aibit's a 3D simulator and I made a ton of progress last night and then went to bed. in order to save that progress, I need to save the state of the simulator, which has to be written in its own format to a file04:37
Erickj92i see04:38
ArwenErickj92, eh, removing kde4-core should fix it04:38
yao_ziyuanwhat 3d effects does kubuntu offer?04:38
Arwen(I'd hope)04:38
Erickj92Arwen, sudo apt-get remove kde4-core?04:38
Arwenyao_ziyuan, kwin compositing, software effects, and compiz04:38
Erickj92yao_ziyuan, i use compiz04:38
ArwenErickj92, probably "apt-get -f remove kde4-core" but make sure to read through it carefully04:38
Arwen!composite | yao_ziyuan04:39
ubotuyao_ziyuan: Compiz-Fusion (and the older Compiz and Beryl) are window managers that employ the "composite" extension of X to draw windows using graphics cards' 3D hardware. They can additionally provide "desktop special effects" (such as the "cube") by means of plug-ins. Join #compiz-fusion for help and support with advanced features. See also « /msg ubotu compiz » and « /msg ubotu effects »04:39
yao_ziyuanwhat packages should i install?04:39
Arwenkwin composite is in the window management section of the control panel04:39
Arwenand so are the software effects04:39
wswindellanyone know how to install limewire04:40
Erickj92Arwen, still not working04:40
Arwenhmm, what happen?04:40
Arwen!limewire | wswindell04:40
ubotuwswindell: limewire is a popular P2P client running on the Gnutella network. To get it running, install /msg ubotu java first, then download Limewire from http://www.limewire.com/LimeWireSoftOther and finally run runLime.sh. Consider /msg ubotu FrostWire as an alternative.04:40
wswindellknow how to install limewire from Konsole/Terminal04:40
Arwenthough it kind of sucks...04:40
Erickj92i did the sudo apt-get -f remove kde4-core04:40
Erickj92and it gave errors again04:41
yao_ziyuani can find: animate window maximizing/minimizing04:41
Arwenplease elaborate04:41
wswindellwhat code04:41
Arwenwswindell, read the link perhaps?04:41
_aibis there some way i can mount a usb drive without the ability to create a folder in /mnt because my drive is Read-only?04:41
Erickj92arwen, the same errors in the first pastebin04:41
_aibdoes anyone have a creative way for me to save this file with my file system being read only?04:41
Erickj92Arwen:  http://www.pastebin.ca/92994204:41
yao_ziyuanwhere do i find Control Center?04:42
yao_ziyuani only see System Settings04:42
wswindellScrew Zhou Yu Of Wu04:42
Erickj92wswindell, what?04:43
ArwenErickj92, try opening adept and removing those packages that error out with "depends on blah blah blah"04:43
wswindelloh, nothing04:43
yao_ziyuani only see Window Behavior in System Settings04:43
yao_ziyuanwhere is the Control Center?04:43
wswindelljust going pyscodelic04:43
Erickj92Arwen, it is showing me in adept that all the KDE4 packages are broken. heh04:44
wswindellagain, how to install limewire from the konsole04:44
Erickj92wswindell, sudo apt-get intsall limewire?04:45
wswindelltried thst already04:45
wswindelldoesnt work04:45
Erickj92then im stumped04:45
wswindellthanx anyway, did it work for you04:45
Unoriginalsudo apt-get install frostwire04:45
wswindelldo i have to add limewire to the repositories?04:46
Unoriginalyou have to04:46
Erickj92Arwen, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, it worked! i love you! (in a total the-tech-that-helped-me-loving-way)04:46
Unoriginallook at what I just told you04:46
wswindellthan what04:46
wswindellcan i install it through adept or synaptic04:47
sandro__will anyone here help me?04:47
Arwenwswindell, apt-get install sun-java6-jre && wget http://www.limewire.com/LimeWireSoftOther && unzip LimeWireOther.zip04:47
Arwentry READING04:47
Erickj92sandro__, what do you need?04:47
wswindellalready tried that man, it DOES NOT WORK04:48
Arwen!doesn't work04:48
ubotuDoesn't work is a strong statement. Does it sit on the couch all day? Does it want more money? Is it on IRC all the time? Please be specific! Examples of what doesn't work tend to help too.04:48
Erickj92wswindell, settle down04:48
wswindelllimewire installation without GDEBI04:48
prince_jammysthere's also frostwire04:48
wswindelli dont like frostiwre04:48
wswindellpllease help04:49
* Arwen tunes out... limewire sucks, the protocol sucks, and well, you suck for not letting us help you04:49
wswindellsudo apt-get install limewire/frostwire will not work for me.04:49
Arwennote that I didn't tell you to do that...04:49
sandro__ok so my friend has a wireless card that isn't being detected and isn't working, so I ran lspci and got this output for the wireless card: 03:00.0 Ethernet controller: Atheros Communications, Inc. AR5006EG 802.11 b/g Wireless PCI Express Adapter (rev 01), using this information I determined it to be an atheros AR5006EG and ended up through looking for the drivers on this webpage: http://madwifi.org/wiki/Compatibility/Atheros.  My question is where do I go04:50
sandro__from here to get/install the driver, as I have never done any work with a driver before04:50
wswindellBy the way Arwen, I am only a 14 year old Visual Basic programmer that is new to Kubuntu04:50
Erickj92wswindell, you are being kind of rude to everyone.04:50
prince_jammys!frostwire | wswindell04:50
ubotuwswindell: frostwire is a totally open source version of Limewire.  For installation help, please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FrostWire04:50
Arwenwswindell, and so you ought to be more respectful to say the least.04:50
Unoriginal"visual basic programmer"04:51
wswindelli just want help, sorry, but i felt like i was being called stupid or something04:51
Unoriginalso many contradictions in that sentance04:51
sandro__I find your petty conflicts unamusing and I've given you basically all the information anyone would need04:51
wswindellplease help, i am sorry if offended anybody. Please walk me through the install process04:52
Arwenwswindell, ok, first you need to install Java04:52
wswindelli have04:52
Arwenthen you need to download the package from http://www.limewire.com/LimeWireSoftOther04:52
Arwenit will give you a ZIP04:52
wswindellit is opening with ark04:52
wswindellreally slowly in ark04:53
totersudo apt-get install frostwire is faster04:53
wswindell<Arwen> It opened in ark, completely04:54
wswindellwhat should i do know04:54
wswindellspelling correction04:55
Arwenok, then you open a terminal, use "cd <pathname>" to change directories to your extracted Limewire, and run "./runLime.sh"04:55
wswindellhold on04:55
wswindellcd <home/wswindell>04:56
prince_jammyscd /home/wswindell04:56
Erickj92can anyone recomend a screen recording program?04:57
sandro__ok so you guys have totally ignored me04:57
prince_jammys!info recordmydesktop | Erickj9204:57
ubotuerickj92: recordmydesktop (source: recordmydesktop): Captures audio-video data of a linux desktop session. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.3.4-1 (gutsy), package size 41 kB, installed size 124 kB04:57
Erickj92sandro__, i asked you what you needed04:57
sandro__And I responded04:57
sandro__ok so my friend has a wireless card that isn't being detected and isn't working, so I ran lspci and got this output for the wireless card: 03:00.0 Ethernet controller: Atheros Communications, Inc. AR5006EG 802.11 b/g Wireless PCI Express Adapter (rev 01), using this information I determined it to be an atheros AR5006EG and ended up through looking for the drivers on this webpage: http://madwifi.org/wiki/Compatibility/Atheros.  My question is where do I go04:57
sandro__from here to get/install the driver, as I have never done any work with a driver before04:57
Erickj92prince_jammys, recordmydesktop doesnt apear to work. is there any others?04:58
wswindell./runLime.sh did not work04:58
Erickj92sandro_, sorry, i cant help ya04:58
prince_jammysErickj92: i think so, but recordmydesktop is the only one i know.  did you search the repositories?04:58
Erickj92not yet04:59
Arwenwswindell, don't tell me that it didn't work. Tell me how.04:59
toterrecordmydesktop doesn't appear to work04:59
toter./runLime.sh did not work04:59
sandro__thanks Erickj9204:59
toternothing works on linux! i'm going back to windows04:59
sandro__Can anyone else help me?04:59
Erickj92linux works good04:59
sandro__toter that's a bit of an overstatement04:59
Erickj92toter, windoes is broke, linux works like a dream04:59
wswindellLinux works great04:59
toterLOL! just kidding...04:59
Erickj92i would hope so05:00
sandro__I knew you were trollin05:00
=== ulmolavender is now known as purpleposeidon
wswindellwhen i extracted the Zip archive to my /home/wswindell location, and used the code i think you gave me, it did nothing05:00
wswindellwhat the heck is this05:01
* toter is running hardy heron alpha 5. It DOES NOT work like a dream :/05:01
Erickj92KDE4 basically broke my system today :/05:02
Erickj92but 3.5 does work like a dream05:02
=== Unoriginal is now known as Hydrogen
wswindellwhat does irc stand for anyway05:04
lifeinternet relay chat05:04
prince_jammyswswindell: what is the name of the file you downloaded ?05:04
wswindellthe zip file?05:04
prince_jammyswswindell: whatever file it was that you downloaded05:05
lifeHey guys, I tried to install pidgin 2.4.0 from .debs obtained from getdeb, but the pidgin deb is listing libpango1.0-0 as an unsatisfied dependency05:05
lifebut a quick look through adept shows that it's there05:05
wswindellThe link says LimeWireSoftOther05:05
lifeAny ideas on how to get it to work?05:06
wswindellcan I install limewire through adept or synaptics05:06
prince_jammyswswindell: what is the full name of the file as listed in your file browser?05:06
wswindellJust says LimeWire05:07
prince_jammyswswindell: that's a folder, right?05:07
prince_jammyswswindell: what is inside this folder?05:08
toterlife: pidgin 2.4.0 works fine on my system... I downloaded it from http://downloads.sourceforge.net/pidgin/pidgin-2.4.0.tar.bz2... and then tar zxfv <filename>, ./configure, make, sudo make install05:08
lifetoter: Oops. Ah, do I need to remove some of the old packages such as libpurple?05:08
wswindellalot of .jar files, 1 runLime.sh file, and a root folder05:08
prince_jammyswswindell: and what happened when you did ./runLime.sh in  a terminal?05:09
toterlife: i didn't remove anything...05:09
wswindellit did nothing05:09
toterlife: what ubuntu version are you using?05:10
lifekubuntu gutsy05:10
prince_jammyswswindell: well i have no idea. why don't you just try installing frostwire? it's really exactly the same05:12
prince_jammys!frostwire | wswindell05:12
ubotuwswindell: frostwire is a totally open source version of Limewire.  For installation help, please see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FrostWire05:12
lifetoter: Hmm, why's it giving me a v: Cannot open: No such file or directory upon tar -xfvz?05:12
prince_jammyswswindell: just follow those steps05:12
wswindellif it involves a .deb file, cant run through GDebi05:13
toterlife: try tar zxfv pidgin-2.4.0.tar.bz205:13
toternot -zxfv05:13
prince_jammyswswindell: you don't have to use GDEbi05:13
lifetoter: gzip:stdin:not in gzip format05:13
sandro__ok so my friend has a wireless card that isn't being detected and isn't working, so I ran lspci and got this output for the wireless card: 03:00.0 Ethernet controller: Atheros Communications, Inc. AR5006EG 802.11 b/g Wireless PCI Express Adapter (rev 01), using this information I determined it to be an atheros AR5006EG and ended up through looking for the drivers on this webpage: http://madwifi.org/wiki/Compatibility/Atheros.  My question is where do I go05:14
sandro__from here to get/install the driver, as I have never done any work with a driver before05:14
toteryou're right05:14
wswindellwhat can i use instead05:14
prince_jammyswswindell: you can just do::   sudo dpkg -i  filename.deb05:14
toteryou have to use ark05:14
wswindellthanks alot05:14
Hydrogentar xjvf pidgin-2.4.0.tar.bz205:14
* Hydrogen points toter at man:/tar05:14
lifeOoh. Thanks, Hydrogen, that did the job05:14
* toter is still learning... :/05:15
toterthanks for the tip hydrogen05:15
lifetoter: so, after that, I should ./configure?05:15
toterlife: man... after that one... ask hydrogen :)05:16
vinegaroonlife: cd to the directory first05:17
Hydrogenlife: http://www.getdeb.net/release.php?id=225905:17
Hydrogenmight be the better solution05:17
* Hydrogen isn't sure how trustworthy getdeb is05:17
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about getdeb - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi05:17
Hydrogenneither do I ubotu :(05:17
vinegaroonlife: cd pidgin-2.4.0, ./configure, make, sudo make install05:18
Hydrogennot necessary if you use the deb05:18
lifevinegaroon: Hmmm. I did the ./configure but it won't make05:18
* Hydrogen is a much bigger fan of using the package manager05:18
Hydrogenwhen possible05:18
lifeHydrogen: I tried the deb but it depends on some strange piece of futuristic technology05:18
vinegaroonlife: you'll have to look at ./configure's output05:19
toterlife: compiling the source worked fine for me05:19
vinegaroonyou're probably missing some -dev library05:19
Hydrogenyou likely need to install a bunch of -dev packages as well as a toolchain05:19
lifeThat sounds frighteningly complicated05:19
toterwelcome to linux05:19
Hydrogenit's more complicated than installing a deb05:19
HydrogenI'd try and figure out why the one I linked wouldn't install05:20
lifeWell, I tried the deb. But it says there's a dependency (libpango1.0-0) that's missing05:20
Hydrogeninstall that via apt05:20
toteri had to install some 5 or 6 missing libraries05:20
Hydrogensudo apt-get install libpango1.0-005:21
toterHydrogen: It's not the latest version....05:21
toterHydrogen: I mean pidgin05:21
sandro__ok maybe I should dumb down my question05:21
lifeHydrogen: nothing happened.05:21
Hydrogenthat link is to 2.4.0 toter..05:21
Hydrogenlife: no output at all?05:22
lifeHydrogen: the computer's just like 'yeah, I have that, thanks anyway.'05:22
wswindellubuntu selects its chosen users...05:22
Hydrogenthats fun!05:22
lifeHydrogen: I'll take your word for it05:22
prince_jammyswswindell: so, did it work?05:22
wswindelli am downloading frostwire, and 20% of the way through, it said it was binary, and saving would result in a corrupt firle05:23
lifeI think kubuntu really hates me05:23
toterHydrogen: I just install pidgin via apt-get... The version is 2.3.1...05:24
wswindellnow the download says stalled05:24
Hydrogentoter: right05:24
Hydrogentoter: thats why I linked to a deb05:24
Hydrogenof 2.4.005:24
wswindellno stalled05:24
Hydrogenpersonally I use kopete and alls good, so I don't know for certain05:24
lifeHydrogen: any ideas on how to fix this pangomabober?05:24
Hydrogenlife: not right now :/05:24
Hydrogennot thinking that straight currently though05:25
prince_jammyswswindell: the file should be a .deb05:25
wswindellthats what the download manager said it was, but an error sayin it was binary popped up05:26
wswindelli have a limewire file on my desktop, could that work somehow05:26
prince_jammyswswindell: hold on05:26
lifewhy use limewire anyway :/05:27
prince_jammyswswindell: right click on the ubuntu link at the frostwire site, and do "save as" and save it05:27
lifeand Hydrogen: is there some way to download a more recent version of libpango?05:27
prince_jammyswswindell: you should be able to download that deb file05:27
toterlife: i just installed 2.3.1 and it works fine... anything special on the 2.4.0 version?05:30
lifetoter: not really, I think it just looks a bit better05:30
abortdanyone know why gparted wont let me format to ntfs?05:30
lifetoter: how'd you get 2.3.1? the only version I could get outta adept was 2.2.105:31
wswindellprince_jammys: it is downloading05:31
prince_jammyswswindell: ok05:31
toterlife: sudo apt-get update05:31
prince_jammyswswindell: tell me when it's done05:32
lifetoter: nothing really happens for me :/05:32
toterlife: then remove the 2.2.1 version...05:32
toterand then sudo apt-get install pidgin05:33
wswindellits finished and placed on my desktop05:33
prince_jammyswswindell: what's it called05:33
prince_jammyswswindell: go to a terminal and do ::  sudo dpkg -i frostwireblahblah     (the name of the file)05:35
toterlife: but compiling the 2.4.0 version is much more fun05:35
lifetoter: hmm, only installs the 2.21 for me05:35
prince_jammyswswindell: sorry, sudo dpkg -i Desktop/frostwireblah05:35
lifetoter: strange05:35
sandro__ok guys I need to install a driver for an atheros AR5006EG05:36
sandro__Where can I find it05:36
sandro__I found a ubuntu help forum post about it but the fix they posted didn't help05:36
sandro__apparently atheros cards worked in the past with kubuntu but have since stopped05:37
prince_jammyssandro__: this ? http://quilombo.wordpress.com/2008/01/09/atheros-ar5006eg-in-ubuntu-710-gutsy-gibbon/05:37
toterlife: i'm using hardy heron alpha 5... I don't know... maybe 2.2.1 is the latest version for gutsy... my apt-get shows 2.3.1 as the latest05:38
sandro__thanks prince_jammys I'm opening now05:38
lifetoter: that might be why05:38
lifesandro__: sudo apt-get install ndiswrapper too05:39
prince_jammyswswindell: so, do we have success?05:39
wswindellprince_jammys: it gives me a list of options to use with dpkg05:40
wswindellhold on a sec05:40
prince_jammyswswindell: what is the command you typed (paste it here)05:40
wswindelli did it wrong05:41
sandro__E: Couldn't find package ndiswrapper05:41
prince_jammysmaybe you forgot the -i05:41
prince_jammys!info ndiswrapper05:41
ubotuPackage ndiswrapper does not exist in gutsy05:41
ubotuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs05:41
lifeREALLY wierd05:41
lifeoh well05:42
lifejust download it I guess from sourceforge05:42
prince_jammyswswindell::do this::::     sudo dpkg -i  Desktop/frostwire-4.13.5.i586.deb05:44
wswindellits working05:44
=== kewark is now known as krawek
lifetorrents > limewire :/05:45
prince_jammyswswindell: congratulations.  as you will see, it looks like limewire, acts like limewire and basically IS limewire05:46
wswindellits says setting up frostwire (4.13.5)05:46
wswindellthen back to the basic command line beginning'05:46
prince_jammyswswindell: ok now look in your menus05:46
lifeaww, sandro left :/05:47
wswindelltahnks man your the only one who describe it to me without being rude or nasty. You're the best!05:47
wswindellTHANKS! prince_jammys is the best!05:47
wswindellsee ya05:47
prince_jammyswswindell: you're welcome. now don't get busted05:47
lifehmm. prince you know of any apps worth getting?05:48
prince_jammyswhat kind?05:48
prince_jammysyou have yakuake?05:48
lifewhat is it?05:49
prince_jammys!info yakuake05:49
ubotuyakuake (source: yakuake): a Quake-style terminal emulator based on KDE Konsole technology. In component universe, is optional. Version 2.8-0ubuntu1 (gutsy), package size 167 kB, installed size 1048 kB05:49
prince_jammyslife: get it!05:49
prince_jammysand then press f1205:49
prince_jammysyou'll see05:49
prince_jammyslife: do you do stuff on a terminal ever?05:50
lifeto install stuff05:50
lifeand stuff I guess05:50
prince_jammysif you do, you will LOVE yakuake05:50
prince_jammysyeah even if you use it just to install stuff05:50
prince_jammyswrong window05:51
lifebah, adept is slowww05:51
prince_jammysyeah adept is super slow05:52
lifeis there any way to manually update to hardy without reinstall?05:52
prince_jammysi'm not sure, since hardy is still alpha05:52
ubotuHardy Heron is the code name for the next release of Ubuntu (8.04-LTS), due April 2008 - For more info, see: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/HardyHeron - CONSIDER IT TO BE PRE BETA (ALPHA) SOFTWARE - Discussion and support in #ubuntu+1, NOT #ubuntu05:53
lifeguess it's not too safe05:53
prince_jammysyeah, i wouldn't recommend it unless you're the type05:53
lifethat likes to fix a LOT of stuff?05:53
lifeI'll pass. can't wait for the next version of kde though05:54
vinegaroonlife: hardy isn't to bad, you can upgrade to it quite easily.05:54
lifevinegaroon: is it bug-infested?05:54
prince_jammyslife: you'll be the one finding out :)05:54
toterlife: if you can't wait for the next version of kde... install hardy! :)05:55
vinegaroonlife: I've noticed some but none that have stopped me doing what I want05:55
lifeWhat version of KDE does Hardy accompany?05:55
vinegaroon3.5.9 and 4.0.205:55
lifeOoooh, 4.0.205:55
lifeThat alone might be worth an upgrade05:56
vinegaroonit is possible to get it in gutsy05:56
lifeHow might one of these "upgrades" be done?05:56
vinegaroonI'm not sure about kubuntu's graphical methods since I don't use adept or anything, but I just replace gutsy in /etc/apt/sources.list with hardy05:57
vinegaroonand then apt-get update, apt-get dist-upgrade05:57
vinegaroonjust go kdesu kate /etc/apt/sources.list05:58
lifeSounds pretty easy, I guess05:58
vinegaroonand it has a find/replace thing05:58
lifeShould I do it now, do you think?05:58
sandro__hey what did you guys just have me install?05:58
sandro__because it messed up xserver05:58
sandro__I need to uninstall everything related to it05:58
vinegaroonif all you want is the kde 4 it should be easy to get in gutsy05:59
lifeOoh. Yes, yes, that's about all I want.05:59
lifeHow might I get my hands on this KDE 4 of yours?05:59
vinegaroonk just follow this http://kubuntu.org/announcements/kde-4.0.2.php05:59
sandro__ok so guys05:59
sandro__what's the name of the package that you had me install05:59
vinegaroonpretty easy05:59
sandro__I can't check the log05:59
sandro__as xserver won't start06:00
sandro__can you look up what packages are related to it in aptitude's package manager/06:00
prince_jammysndiswrapper is not in apt -- i don't know where you got it from06:00
lifeNeat, thanks vine06:01
hydrogenuhh, wut prince_jammys?06:01
hydrogenndiswrapper-utils-1.9 - Userspace utilities for the ndiswrapper linux kernelmodule06:01
hydrogen!info ndiswrapper-utils06:01
ubotuPackage ndiswrapper-utils does not exist in gutsy06:01
sandro__I looked for that thanks hydrogen06:01
vinegaroonndiswrapper is..06:01
hydrogenwhy do I have it..06:01
hydrogen!info ndiswrapper-utils universe06:01
sandro__!info ndiswrapper-utils-1.906:01
ubotundiswrapper-utils-1.9 (source: ndiswrapper): Userspace utilities for the ndiswrapper linux kernel module. In component main, is optional. Version 1.43-1ubuntu2 (gutsy), package size 32 kB, installed size 128 kB06:01
lifeits mainly used for wireless drivers06:02
hydrogenthats a really odd versioning scheme06:02
lifeit's fun06:02
sandro__but it messed up my nvidia drivers06:02
sandro__which I'm not happy about06:02
lifenot sure if that's possible06:02
sandro__but prior to installing that package06:03
sandro__I had a working xserver06:03
sandro__on my friends computer here06:03
sandro__and now after installing it06:03
crackhead_25what's the command to query local ip?06:03
sandro__the xserver does not work06:03
vinegarooncrackhead_25: ifconfig06:03
vinegaroonprobably sudo ifconfig06:03
sandro__I hit help on aptitude and it froze06:04
sandro__this is fucking stressful06:04
ubotuPlease watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family friendly.06:04
toterwelcome to linux06:04
prince_jammyssandro__: do you get an error from x?06:05
sandro___this isn't helping06:08
vinegaroonsandro__: what does it say when you try and start x?06:08
sladigarhow do i change the permissions of an hd and/or the file inside?06:09
sandro___monitor not found06:11
sandro___something like that06:11
sandro___I'm in the middle of dpkg-reconfigure xserver-xorg06:11
vinegaroonsladigar: the command is chmod06:11
sladigarin terminal?06:12
lifevinegaroon: after I add that line to sources.list, what should I do to install it?06:12
sandro___EE: screen(S) found but none have a usable configuration06:13
vinegaroonlife: sudo apt-get update06:13
lifeand it should work?06:13
vinegaroonlife: then sudo apt-get install kde4-core06:13
vinegaroonsandro__: is that the only error?06:13
sandro___Failed to load the NVIDIA kernel module06:13
sladigarso chmod /media/hdb106:13
lifeooh. And also, where's my login manager o_O06:13
sandro___I seriously need help06:14
sandro___like phisical harm will befall me if I don't fix this06:14
vinegaroonsladigar: what permissions do you want to change?06:14
vinegaroonlife: do you mean the kde4 kdm?06:14
sladigarthe permissions on my harddrives and files, as far as read/write, are all root06:14
lifewell, how do I change from kde3 -> 4?06:15
vinegaroonsandro__: do you have your Nvidia driver installed?06:15
sandro___it was JUST working BEFORE you told me to install the stuff you did06:15
sandro___I'd love to go back to taht06:15
vinegaroonlife: in kdm, go select session and select KDE 406:15
sladigari would like to be able to rename my HD, and if not that, at least be able to add files to my HD06:16
vinegaroonsandro__: I didn't tell you to install anything..06:16
lifeAh, like, start a new session?06:16
totersandro___: now nobody will help just to see you seriously hurt06:16
sandro___you didn't06:16
vinegaroonlife: no logout and there is a menu you can get to in kdm06:16
sandro___like it's late06:16
sandro___the guy want's to go to sleep06:16
sandro___and I'm out of here on friday06:17
sandro___so let's please get this done06:17
sandro___what was the name of that package again?06:17
sandro___I'll uninstall it and restart the system06:17
sandro___in the hopes that it fixes what's happened06:17
sladigarsudo apt-get remove (whatever files you installed)06:17
vinegaroonsladigar: you can't just plug in the drive?06:17
sladigarit's plugged in, and i can access it, but i wanna add/delete things, and it says i need root to do that06:18
sandro___the thing I installed is listed earlyer in the chat06:18
sandro___I can't see it as I'm in irssi and a console06:18
sladigarthen scroll up and find it06:18
sandro___I can't scroll up I'm in a console06:19
sladigardude, page up button scrolls up06:19
vinegaroonsladigar: so it popped up in /media automatically?06:19
sandro___I've since logged out and in since you guys listed it last06:19
sladigarno, i had to do....something, a while ago06:19
sandro___now would someone please tell me what shows up in adept manager06:19
sandro___when you search for ndiswrapper06:19
sladigari just can't remember (like a month ago)06:19
prince_jammyssandro__  press tab to autocomplete06:20
prince_jammys!find ndiswrapper06:20
vinegaroonwhat filesystem does the drive use?06:20
lifendiswrapper's not in apt06:20
sandro___tab DOES NOTHING06:20
sladigarsandro___: you seem to be demanding from a group who is only here to help a community, you need to chill, whatever your problem is06:20
sandro___I'm going to have my ass handed to me06:20
sandro___by some dude who wanted me to get his wireless working06:21
vinegaroonsandro__: try sudo modprobe nvidia06:21
sandro___ndiswrapper-1. something please06:21
vinegaroonand then startx again06:21
sladigari don't remember06:22
sandro___error while running install command for nvidia06:22
hydrogensandro__: pastebin the results of dmesg | tail06:22
sladigarthey were win partition06:22
hydrogendmesg | tail -n3006:22
vinegaroonsladigar: the drive should just pop up, you're running kubuntu with kde running right?06:23
sladigarlike i said, the drive is there, i just can't alter it06:24
sladigarbecause of the permissions06:24
vinegaroonis it a partition on your hard drive or a usb drive or what?06:24
prince_jammyssandro: ndiswrapper-common ndiswrapper-utils-1.906:25
prince_jammyssandro__ did you try booting with a different kernel first?06:25
sladigaron a secondary harddrive, internal06:25
vinegaroonah k06:25
vinegaroonwell try remounting it06:25
sladigaris there a guide somewhere on how to do this?06:26
vinegaroonsladigar: kk.. what is the partition name? Like /dev/sdb1 type of thing?06:26
lifevinegaroon: hmm, kde4 didn't take that long to install.06:26
sladigarall of them are in media06:26
prince_jammyssandro__  first i would try booting from a different kernel from grub06:26
vinegaroonlife: .. yeah?06:26
lifevinegaroon: dunno. just kinda surprised.06:27
lifevinegaroon: dunno. expected it to take maybe a few hours06:27
prince_jammyssandro: the packages named "ndiswrapper" are ndiswrapper-common ndiswrapper-utils-1.906:27
vinegaroonsladigar: if you can't use it you might not have mounted it right06:27
vinegaroonlife: ah.. well test it and see06:27
sladigari can use it06:27
sladigari can access it06:27
sladigarall of the partitions06:27
dalton2345hello...I'm ready to install kubuntu, I downloaded the image...I'm wondering should I connect the pc to internet while I download it?06:27
sladigari and use the info on them06:27
dalton2345while I install it sorry06:28
sladigarbut i can't add or delete files06:28
prince_jammysdalton2345: sure06:28
dalton2345install in text mode?06:28
vinegaroonsladigar: do you know if it's a fat32 or ntfs partition?06:28
vinegaroonsladigar: ah06:28
sladigarmy usb is fat3206:28
lifevinegaroon: to test it I log off?06:28
sladigarand i can access that, with full perm06:28
prince_jammyssladigar: so you need read/write on the ntfs partition, right?06:29
dalton2345I have options for install in text mode or OEM install06:29
prince_jammyssladigar: is it currently mounted?06:29
sladigarit is06:29
vinegaroonsladigar: install ntfs-3g and ntfs-config06:29
prince_jammyssladigar: what's the device name and/or mount point/06:29
vinegaroonlife: you could, or you could start a new session06:30
prince_jammysthe directory where it's mounted06:30
sladigarvinegaroon: sudo apt-get? prince_jammys: they are mounted in /media/hdb(1,5,6&7)06:30
sladigar4 total06:31
vinegaroonsladigar: yes06:31
prince_jammyssladigar: which one is the ntfs one?06:31
sladigarall 406:31
sladigarthey are all one partitioned 250gb hd06:31
prince_jammyssladigar: you need to change all 4, correct?06:31
vinegaroonsladigar: I believe ntfs-config lets you enable read/write on ntfs partitions06:31
sladigari would like to access with read/write on all 4, yes06:32
prince_jammyssladigar: paste the output of only two lines from this::   grep /media/hdb /etc/fstab06:32
prince_jammysjust to see what's going on06:32
prince_jammysi assume four lines will show up, if they are automounted06:33
sladigar/dev/hdb1 /media/hdb1 ntfs ro,user,fmask=0111,dmask=0000 0 006:33
sladigar/dev/hdb5 /media/hdb5 ntfs ro,user,fmask=0111,dmask=0000 0 006:33
sladigar/dev/hdb6 /media/hdb6 ntfs ro,user,fmask=0111,dmask=0000 0 006:33
sladigar/dev/hdb7 /media/hdb7 ntfs ro,user,fmask=0111,dmask=0000 0 006:33
prince_jammyssladigar: ok you need to install ntfs-3g, if you haven't already06:34
prince_jammys!info ntfs-3g06:34
prince_jammyssladigar: sudo apt-get install ntfs-3g06:34
vinegaroonsladigar: change ro to rw in all those lines06:34
sladigarhow do i do that06:35
prince_jammysinstall ntfs-3g first06:35
sladigardid the install on 3g06:35
sladigarworking on config06:35
sladigark, got em both06:35
vinegaroonsladigar: run ntfs-config06:35
lifeWow, kde4 is beautiful06:36
ubotuntfs-3g (source: ntfs-3g): read-write NTFS driver for FUSE. In component main, is standard. Version 1:1.913-2ubuntu1 (gutsy), package size 23 kB, installed size 116 kB06:36
sladigarprogramme needs to be run as root06:36
vinegaroonsladigar: sudo ntfs-config06:36
lifeit's all black and shiiiny06:36
vinegaroonyep :D06:36
sladigarholy sweet!06:36
lifeis it safe for everyday use?06:36
prince_jammyssladigar: done?06:37
sladigari do believe so!06:37
sladigarlemme check06:37
prince_jammysif you now do the same grep command you will see the fstab lines are different06:37
prince_jammysgrep /media/hdb /etc/fstab06:37
vinegaroonlife: I guess that depends what you call safe... it's probably fine but I'm still using 3.5.9 cos 4.0.2 still seems a bit buggy06:38
lifenod nod06:38
sladigar/dev/hdb1 /media/hdb1 ntfs-3g defaults,locale=en_US.UTF-8 0 006:38
sladigar/dev/hdb5 /media/hdb5 ntfs-3g defaults,locale=en_US.UTF-8 0 006:38
sladigar/dev/hdb6 /media/hdb6 ntfs-3g defaults,locale=en_US.UTF-8 0 006:38
sladigar/dev/hdb7 /media/hdb7 ntfs-3g defaults,locale=en_US.UTF-8 0 006:38
vinegaroonsladigar: that looks better :)06:38
sladigaryou guys are the best06:38
prince_jammysso you're set06:38
sladigarfor the most part, yup!06:39
sladigarjust don't know how to rename HDs06:39
prince_jammysyou mean the volume label?06:39
prince_jammysor the mount point?06:39
prince_jammysthe /media/hdb1?06:39
sladigaryes, the hdb1 part06:39
prince_jammysi can show you that06:39
sladigarwould you?06:40
sladigarthank you06:40
prince_jammysok, there may be a GUI way but i only know the other way06:40
sladigartha'ts ok06:40
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prince_jammysopen a terminal and we're going to unmount all of them first06:40
prince_jammysumount /media/hdb106:40
prince_jammyssudo umount /media/hdb106:41
prince_jammysand do that for all four06:41
prince_jammysmake sure you close any filebrowsers or terminals that are browsing the ntfs partitions, or it will tell you they're busy06:41
prince_jammysok now :: sudo mkdir /media/blahblah /media/blahblah2 /media/blahblahetc06:42
lifeOnly thing I don't like about KDE is the huge taskbar :/06:42
prince_jammyssladigar: that will create four new directories under /media with your choice of name06:43
prince_jammyssladigar: clear?06:43
prince_jammyssladigar: avoid spaces in the dir names06:44
prince_jammysbetter yet, do NOT use spaces :)06:44
sladigarlol, didn't use spaces, but got an error06:44
prince_jammyswhat error?06:44
sladigarsladigar@omni:~$ sudo mkdir /media/files /media/music /media/movies /media stuff06:44
sladigarmkdir: cannot create directory `/media': File exists06:45
sladigarsladigar@omni:~$ sudo mkdir /media/files06:45
sladigarmkdir: cannot create directory `/media/files': File exists06:45
sladigarsladigar@omni:~$ sudo mkdir /media/music06:45
sladigarmkdir: cannot create directory `/media/music': File exists06:45
prince_jammyssladigar:  stop for a sec06:45
prince_jammysit's the space after /media stuff06:45
prince_jammysits /media/stuff   (the other's were successfully made)06:45
abortdif i have windows as my first partition before my swap and my my ext 3 partition will it affect anything?06:45
prince_jammysand btw, you made a folder "stuff" in your current directory06:45
sladigarhahaha, i'm a newvb06:46
sladigardid i?06:46
prince_jammysdo::  ls06:46
sladigaryup, i did06:46
prince_jammyssee, you tried to make /media, which exists and then made "stuff"06:46
sladigari went too fast, missed the slash06:46
prince_jammyssladigar: ok first: rmdir stuff06:46
prince_jammysnow stuff is gone06:47
lifenight guys, talk to you all tomorrow!06:47
sladigarlater life06:47
prince_jammyssladigar: ok now do:: ls /media and check whether the folders are what you wanted06:47
prince_jammysthey should be listed06:48
sladigarstill have all the hdb's and an sda06:48
sladigari think the sda is my usb drive06:48
prince_jammysbut you have the new ones?06:48
sladigarthey are there06:48
prince_jammysok that's fine06:48
prince_jammysafter we're done, we delete the old ones06:48
prince_jammysnow all we have to do is edit fstab, which is the file we were looking at earlier06:48
sladigarthe grep thing?06:49
prince_jammyssladigar: you use kde, right?06:49
prince_jammysyes, the grep thing06:49
sladigari should use kedit?06:49
sladigaror no06:49
prince_jammyssladigar: ok::  do   kdesude kate /etc/fstab06:49
prince_jammyskdesudo kate /etc/fstab06:49
prince_jammysit should open the file06:49
sladigarbash: kdesude: command not found06:50
prince_jammystypo, kdesudo06:50
sladigarinstalling as we....wait06:50
prince_jammysoh, you didn't have kdesudo?06:51
prince_jammyswhat kubuntu are you on? gutsy?06:51
klobsterkdesu works also06:51
sladigarthis pc is all screwed up, i installed ubuntu, then kde06:51
sladigarkk, kate is open now06:52
prince_jammyssladigar: once you have the fstab file open, you can replace /media/hda whatever with your new mount points06:52
prince_jammysin the four lines06:52
prince_jammysor hdb, whatever it was06:53
prince_jammysthe ntfs-3g lines06:53
sladigarok, did that06:54
sladigarnow mount?06:54
prince_jammysok save the file and close kate06:54
prince_jammysnow::  sudo mount /media/stuff && sudo mount /media/files && sudo mount ....06:54
prince_jammysfor all four06:54
sladigarcan i sudo mount /media/stuff /media/files /med.....06:55
prince_jammysi would do them separately06:55
prince_jammysit almost definitely will get misinterpreted if you list them all like that06:56
sladigargimme a min06:57
prince_jammysonce, done, browse to the new dirs and you should see the contents like before06:57
sladigarnot yet06:57
sladigarok, all good07:00
prince_jammyssladigar: ok now you can delete the old mount points07:00
sladigarso now sudo rmdir /media/hda107:00
prince_jammysyes, rmdir deletes a directory only if it's empty, which is what we want07:00
sladigarlemme try it out07:00
prince_jammysthat way nothing gets deleted by accident07:00
sladigarsladigar@omni:~$ ls /media07:02
sladigarcdrom  cdrom0  cdrom1  files  floppy  floppy0  movies  music  MyBook  stuff07:02
prince_jammyslooks good07:02
sladigarmuch better07:02
prince_jammysyou're set07:02
sladigarso it would be the same steps to rename the cdrom drives?07:03
sladigarthis is just curiosity07:03
prince_jammysi'm not sure07:03
prince_jammysi wouldn't mess with that, because that only gets mounted when you insert a cd07:03
sladigari didn't know, because whenever you put a disk in, it renames the drive, as long as the disk has a title07:03
sladigarwhat you said07:04
prince_jammysbut that's how it works. fstab shows the mount points for different devices07:04
sladigarthat is so cool07:04
sladigarit's longer winded than DOS was07:04
sladigarbut same princepals07:05
prince_jammyswell, you did have four07:05
sladigarthat i did07:05
prince_jammysthe thing about unix/linux is that you can open and read the config files (like fstab)07:05
prince_jammysthey are text files07:05
sladigaryeah, i have edited xorg.conf more times than i can count07:05
prince_jammysheh, then you know07:06
sladigarstill can't get my mouse figured out07:06
prince_jammysspecial kind of mouse?07:06
sladigari have a 7 button fellowes, it loads as 9 buttons, kde and gnome only recognize 507:06
prince_jammyssladigar: google is good for that07:06
sladigari have tried xmodmap07:06
sladigaroh, trust me, google is sick of me by now07:07
prince_jammyssladigar: did you try google:::    ubuntu gutsy mouse_model xorg.conf07:07
sladigari have done similar things07:07
sladigari have tried looking all the way to debian07:07
sladigarfellowes told me to go back to win07:08
sladigari had to laugh07:08
prince_jammyswhy did they say that/07:08
sladigarthey don't support non-ms programmes07:08
ubotuHi! Welcome to #kubuntu!07:08
prince_jammyswell, if you haven't tried it, try specifically including "xorg.conf" in your search07:09
prince_jammysthat's how i always assemble mine :)07:09
sladigardoes it matter tha i am useing kde on this pc?07:10
KaviHey guys, I'm trying to install NetworkManager but I keep getting a error: C compiler cannot create executables.  Does anyone know why this is?  I can't seem to get it any other way because without networkmanager i don't have an internet connection.07:10
prince_jammysnot really, not for Xorg stuff07:10
prince_jammyssladigar: so "ubuntu" is a better bet than "kubuntu" in google07:10
vinegaroonKavi: what are you doing that makes the error?07:12
KaviI am using ./configure from the extracted networkmanager folder.07:13
storbeckKavi, do you have build-essentials?07:13
KaviI'm not sure what that is?07:13
KaviI don't think so.07:13
vinegaroonKavi: networkmanager should be there by default... are you sure you don't have it?07:13
storbeckKavi: sudo apt-get install build-essential07:13
JucatoKubuntu uses knetworkmanager (KDE GUI for networkmanager) by default07:14
storbeckIt should be on the Kubuntu CD07:14
vinegaroonknetworkmanager is just a kde front end07:14
KaviI wanted to reinstall it so I could return my settings back to factory but after restarting I realized that without an internet connection I could not install it again.07:15
sladigarprince_jammys: nada07:15
prince_jammyssladigar: what's the mouse make/model?07:15
vinegaroonKavi: so did you uninstall it?07:15
KaviI had to put the .tar.gz files on a usb stick to transfer the package over to the system.07:15
KaviYa I uninstalled it, then restarted.07:15
sladigarfellowes 5 button optical mouse 9891107:16
storbeckKavi: Did you install the build-essental?07:16
Kaviafter restarting I got stuck. so I found NetworkManager-0.6.5.tar.gz and used a usb move it over.07:16
vinegaroonKavi: do you have the kubuntu disk you used to install?07:16
KaviI can't install build-essental without an internet connection.07:16
vinegaroonKavi: because you can just get the network manager packages from that07:16
KaviYes I have the live CD.07:16
storbeckKavi: It's on the CD07:17
vinegaroonKavi: put the disk in07:17
KaviOkay its in.07:17
vinegaroonKavi: and then sudo apt-get install knetworkmanager07:17
prince_jammyssladigar: tried this?: http://www.funnestra.org/ubuntu/gutsy/#enable-5button-mouse07:19
sladigarnot yet07:20
prince_jammyssladigar: looks promising07:20
KaviI get a "The following packages have unmet dependencies:"07:20
sladigarnope, my side buttons map as 8 and 907:21
vinegaroonKavi: what's the output when you run grep cdrom /etc/apt/sources.list   ?07:21
RiccoHunhi all07:22
prince_jammyssladigar: i don't know what that means, but did you try doing what it says in the link but replacing your numbers?   (don't forget to backup xorg.conf if you do)07:22
Kavivinegaroon: Nothing happens...07:22
vinegaroonKavi: ok, run sudo apt-cdrom add07:23
vinegaroonKavi: with the disk in the drive07:23
vinegaroonKavi: and then run sudo apt-get update07:23
sladigarall the numbers corospond with a mouse button07:23
sladigarusually, the left button is 107:23
sladigarthe middle and right are 2 and 307:24
sladigarthe scroll up and down are 4 and 507:24
sladigarand the side are USUALLY 6 and 7, but mine are 8 and 907:24
sladigarand gnome really doesn't like 8 and 907:24
KaviI get a ton of failed to fetch (address)07:25
storbeckI think I'm going to give SuSe a try.07:26
vinegaroonKavi: that's ok07:27
KaviWhen I ran sudo apt-cdrom add I got a ton of E: could not open file ..... and Unable to determine the file size .....07:27
vinegaroonKavi: hmm07:27
vinegaroonKavi: does the cd get detected when you put it in?07:27
KaviIt shows on the desktop.07:27
vinegaroonKavi: try sudo apt-cdrom -d /media/cdrom add07:28
KaviIs there a way to connect to the internet without using NetworkManger? and then using Adept to install it?07:29
Jucatoif you have wired/ethernet, it could be possible07:30
Jucatohow are you connecting to the internet now? and from where?07:30
vinegaroonKavi: yeah07:30
Kaviafter running apt-cdrom -d /media/cdrom add It does the same thing.  A please insert a Disk into the drive and press enter, So I press enter and it does a alot of could not open file stuff07:30
KaviI'm wired to my router07:30
vinegaroonKavi: ok then try sudo dhclient eth007:31
KaviI get a Network is down07:31
vinegaroonKavi: sudo ifconfig07:32
vinegaroonand check that you're using the right device07:32
KaviI get a command not found.07:32
vinegaroonsudo ifconfig?07:32
Jucatothat's not good...07:33
vinegaroontry sudo /sbin/ifconfig07:33
vinegaroonmaybe you're PATH is screwed up07:33
KaviI get another command not found.07:33
Jucatohm.. I fear the worst...07:34
vinegaroontry ls /sbin07:34
KaviI get a bunch of green items...07:34
Jucatocan you find ifconfig there?07:34
Kavisome red and blue.07:34
vinegaroontry ls /sbin |grep ifconfig07:34
Kavino ifconfig there.07:35
Kaviclosest is a iwconfig07:35
vinegaroontry whereis ifconfig07:36
Kavils /sbin |grep ifconfig did nothing....07:36
vinegaroondid you try whereis ifconfig ?07:37
Kaviwhereis ifconfig states: "ifconfig:"07:37
Kavithen back to kavi@kavi-kubuntu:~$07:37
vinegaroonthat's very strange07:37
Jucatowhat does iwconfig say btw?07:38
KaviThe forum I got the info to uninstall network manager in the first place is here: http://ubuntuforums.org/archive/index.php/t-441480.html I followed the last post made by jimbob07:38
vinegaroonis this a recent install?07:39
Kavisudo apt-get remove --purge network-manager net-tools07:39
KaviThen re-boot your system and re-install them again. Hopefully everything will have to be set up again for your networks.07:39
Kavisudo apt-get install network-manager net-tools07:39
vinegaroonI'm assuming ifconfig is in net-tools then..07:39
Jucatobad advice for just resetting network settings07:39
KaviYa a pretty recent install...07:40
vinegaroonyou should be able to reinstall network manager and net-tools from your kubuntu disk07:40
Kavihow to I check what iwconfig says Jucato?07:40
prince_jammysjust type iwconfig07:40
JucatoKavi: type: iwconfig07:41
Jucatoalthough I doubt iwconfig can help if net-tools was removed...07:41
Kavilo no wireless extensions.07:41
Kavieth0 no wireless extensions.07:41
prince_jammysso you can't install anything through apt?07:42
prince_jammyscheck what vinegaroon is saying about installing from disk07:42
vinegaroonKavi: open adept07:43
KaviYa he described how to do that but it did not work...07:43
vinegaroonand go Adept > Mangage Repositories07:43
Kaviwhen I try installing using apt get I get unmet dependencies and when I try to install those dependencies that it lists it just gives me more unmet07:43
JucatoI'm not sure if he can install packages from the Live CD...07:43
vinegaroonI'm sure he can07:44
vinegaroonyou can add the cdrom to your sources through adept manager07:44
Jucatoif and only if the live cd has the .deb files for them07:44
prince_jammysit should07:44
vinegaroonwe'll see :)07:44
Kavion what tab to I do that?07:45
vinegaroonThird-Party software07:45
Jucatothe alternate install cd 100% has that. but not sure about the live cd07:45
prince_jammyssince he needs those packages to use apt07:45
vinegaroondo you see a source that has cdrom in it?07:45
Kavion the Third-Party Software tabe I see an add CD-ROM....07:46
Jucatoprince_jammys: the Live CD has them pre-installed mostly.07:46
vinegaroontry that07:46
storbeckThe LiveCD definately had the network manager...07:46
storbeckHence the 'live' part07:46
Jucatostorbeck: yes. but I'm talking about installable packages. not programs themselves07:46
KaviI got a CD Error scanning the CD window.07:47
Jucatojucato@Suzaku:/media/cdrom0$ find . -name "*.deb" | grep net07:47
vinegaroonok you may have to manually add it07:47
Jucatono net-tools on the gutsy live cd07:47
Kaviokay how do I manually add it?07:48
storbeckJucato: Why don't you just copy the .deb to your USB drive and copy it over.07:48
Jucatothat's what I was going to say07:48
Jucatohttp://packages.ubuntu.com/gutsy/net-tools download the net-tools .deb from here07:48
Jucato(again, the .deb package for net-tools is *not* on the live cd)07:49
Kaviwhere do I get the .deb files all I could find was NetworkManager-0.6.5.tar.gz and bz207:49
* Jucato points up ^^^07:49
Kaviokay give me a minute to transfer that from my laptop via usb stick then.07:49
Jucatofor now all you need to have installed is net-tools, and dhcp3-client07:49
Jucatoalso download dhcp3-client and dhcp3-common: http://packages.ubuntu.com/gutsy/dhcp3-client and http://packages.ubuntu.com/gutsy/dhcp3-common07:50
Jucato(you can download them by clicking on the i386 link at the bottom)07:51
KaviCool thanks :D07:52
Kaviokay I have moved the 3 files over to my desktop07:55
KaviWhat order should I open them?07:56
vinegaroonKavi: sudo dpkg -i path_to_file07:56
Jucatoor click on them :)07:56
Jucatoit should launch the installer in Gutsy (GDebi)07:56
vinegaroonyeah.. why not :D07:56
vinegaroonI've just never used that..07:56
JucatoI rarely use it. it's quite new to Kubuntu but Ubuntu had it for quite some time07:56
KaviI get a Broken dependencies window.07:57
Jucatoit's advantage over dpkg -i is that it automatically detects and installs missing dependencies (if they're available)07:57
JucatoKavi: what does it say?07:57
KaviIt says: Your system has broken dependencies. This application can not continue until this is fixed. To fix it run 'sudo synaptic' or 'sudo apt-get install -f' in the terminal window.07:58
Jucatohm.. right... better stick to dpkg -i now :(07:58
Jucatovinegaroon: you can take it from here :)07:58
vinegaroonKavi: any errors if you use sudo dpkg -i path_to_file ?07:59
* Jucato hates it when GUI's give error messages but don't really give enough detail to figure out why07:59
JucatoIt's like getting punched in the face and being told "I punched you in the face"08:00
Piddy In my downloaded Windows XP Pro SP2 Image.rar there are 3 images. image.ccd  image.img and image.sub. What shall I do?08:01
KaviOkay I'll try to tell you what it said.08:02
KaviSelection previously deselected package net-tools. (Reading database ...08:03
KaviUnpacking net-tools ......08:03
KaviSetting up net-tools .....08:03
Kavithats basically it.08:03
vinegaroonthat's good08:03
Jucatothat's good08:03
vinegaroonnow try sudo ifconfig08:03
Jucatohey! stop reading my mind!!!08:03
Jucatofirst and final warning >:)08:03
Jucatohehe j/k :P08:04
PiddyAnyone know what to do?08:04
vinegaroonPiddy: what are you trying to do?08:04
Kaviokay I get a eth008:04
Kaviand a bunch of info...08:04
vinegaroonnow try sudo dhclient eth008:04
JucatoI think he hasn't installed dhcp3-client and dhcp3-common yet08:05
Piddyvinegaroon: Trying to install Windows. I want both OSes.08:05
PiddyKubuntu and Wxp08:05
ubotupiracy discussion and other questionably legal practices are not welcome in the Ubuntu channels. Please take this discussion elsewhere or abstain from it altogether. This includes linking to pirated software, music and video. Also see !guidelines and !o4o08:05
vinegaroonyeah but did he might not have uninstalled dhcp3-client08:05
Jucatooh right08:06
Jucatothe command not found was for ifconfig :)08:06
Kavino... I have not installed those two yet... but it says: there is already a pid file /var/run/dhclient.pid with pid 6016 killed old client process, removed PID file ...... blah.... more info.....08:06
vinegaroonwhat's the more info?08:07
Jucato!pastebin | Kavi08:07
ubotuKavi: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #kubuntu channel topic)08:07
Kavialright... well You will have to give me a minute to type it all out.  As I'm on my laptop I can't copy and paste at the moment.08:08
Jucatooh right.. um.. hm..08:09
JucatoKavi: can you "ping www.google.com"?08:09
Jucato(if it works, press Ctrl+C to stop it)08:09
Kaviyes I can! :)08:09
Jucatoyay it works :)08:10
Jucatosudo apt-get to your heart's content (I think)08:10
vinegaroonnow you should be able to get network manager back08:10
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vinegaroonKavi: yeah that's fine.. but you already know that08:12
KaviOh thank you sooo!!!! much guys!08:12
JucatoKavi: right. it's working08:12
bubbai´ve just installed kubuntu :)08:12
Jucato!hi | bubba08:12
ubotububba: Hi! Welcome to #kubuntu!08:12
bubbaty i like it so far08:13
bubbai wonder how i install flash08:13
vinegaroonbubba: good work :)08:13
Jucatobubba: in the K Menu, go to Add/Remove Programs08:13
KaviYup. sudo apt-get install network-manager is the only thing left then? or do I have other packages missing because of what I did?08:13
vinegaroonbubba: in firefox it should be automatic when you go to a page requiring it08:13
Jucatosearch for "Flash" or "Kubuntu Restricted Extras" to get a whole lot of codecs and plugins08:13
bubbai dont have firefox08:14
bubbai konqueror08:14
storbeckbubba: Are  you talking about a flash viewer, or a flash app to make movies?08:14
Jucatovinegaroon: installing it through Firefox won't install it for the whole system though08:14
bubbaflash player08:14
bubbaadd/remove programs is not loading08:15
vinegaroonJucato: yeah.. I was just assuming he wanted it for viewing flash stuff in firefox08:15
Jucatowhy isn't it loading? :(08:15
vinegaroonbubba: you could try sudo apt-get install kubuntu-restricted-extras08:16
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bubbasorry i got disconnected08:21
vinegaroonbubba: did that work?08:21
bubbai didnt see what u wrote08:21
Jucato[16:14] <vinegaroon> bubba: you could try sudo apt-get install kubuntu-restricted-extras08:22
bubbai got add/remove programs up now08:22
bubbaits loading08:22
vinegaroonI haven't used that package but I assume it has flash in it08:22
bubbakubuntu is really nice08:23
Jucatovinegaroon: it does08:23
Jucatoit has flash, libxine1-ffmpeg (for mp3's and avi's), and java, among other things08:24
vinegaroonI'm currently using swfdec for flash08:24
Jucatohm. haven't tried that.. gnash fails utterly for the only purpose I need/want flash08:24
vinegaroonyeah I mostly just watch the odd youtube video08:24
bubbasee i cant watch youtube08:24
vinegaroonI'm running hardy atm and gnash isn't working but swfdec runs youtube alright08:25
Jucatobubba: that's my only use for flash :)08:25
bubbaso what should i install08:26
vinegaroonbubba: kubuntu restricted extras08:26
Jucatoif you have Add/Remove Programs up, you can just search for Flash or Kubuntu Restricted Extras08:26
vinegaroonjust put "kubuntu" in the search08:26
Jucato<Jucato> it has flash, libxine1-ffmpeg (for mp3's and avi's), and java, among other things <--- what Kubuntu Restricted Extras has08:27
bubbaok ty08:27
vinegaroonI only discovered today that you can install libdvdcss with libdvdread + a script it has08:28
hacker中 国人有没有?08:29
Jucato!cn | hacker08:29
ubotuhacker: For Ubuntu help in Chinese 您可以访问中文频道: #ubuntu-cn 或者 #ubuntu-tw  或者 #ubuntu-hk08:29
JucatoSpeak in English08:30
bubbaits downloading :)08:31
bubbai was on suse 10.1....what a change lol08:31
Jucato10.0 and 10.1 where a PITA. 10.3 is probably the best among the series08:32
bubbaits so much faster and looks better08:32
bubbajucato i heard08:32
Jucato(funny, I experienced 10.2 and 10.3 to be a bit faster :P)08:32
bubba10.1 is slow08:33
tzdi need help with sharing a folder between kubuntu desktop and ubuntu on a ps3 please? So far I've downloaded samba and installed it.08:34
vinegaroondoes ubuntu have an "official" or recommended way of getting libdvdcss?08:34
vinegaroontzd: right click the folder you want to share and go properties08:35
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about dvdcss - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi08:35
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 DVDs08:36
tzdvinegaroon: ok08:36
vinegaroonI know how to install it I just wondered what if there was an official ubuntu method08:36
vinegaroontzd: go to the share tab08:36
Jucatovinegaroon: and that's what I'm pointing to :)08:36
Jucato(or rather what I'm pointing to through the bot :P)08:37
vinegaroonoah ok08:37
vinegaroontzd: got that far?08:39
tzdvinegaroon: ok. Then i just add it to share right? I did this earlier but then I was able to share folders outside my "home" folder. I guess i was logged in as root to do that? Do i need to finetune any settings inside the share tab? Also, there's another tab to the right of the share tab called something like "file share" where I need to start a miniprogram?08:40
vinegaroontzd: yes. You probably shouldn't log in as root.08:41
vinegaroontzd: my tabs are "share" and "sharing"08:41
vinegaroontzd: share is the one you want08:41
tzdvinegaroon: ok08:42
tzdvinegaroon: Is that it? Do I need to install samba on the client as well? Don't I need NFS?08:43
vinegaroonyes you will need samba on the client08:43
tzdvinegaroon: ah ok. So after I've installed Samba on the client it will work? Do i need to change any settings or share anything on the client?08:44
vinegaroonyou shouldn't need nfs but you could use that instead of samba08:44
vinegaroonyou shouldn't need to do anything on the client08:44
tzdvinegaroon: is NFS more difficult than samba?08:44
vinegaroonI don't know too much about graphical ways of using NFS08:45
vinegaroonso just stick to samba08:45
tzdvinegaroon: ok. Thanks for your help :)08:47
vinegaroontzd: no problem08:47
era32Dzień dobry!08:52
max_Have the c++ in KDevelop a class to handle a dinamic list ???09:13
max_Have the c++ in KDevelop a class to handle a dinamic list ???09:13
SlimeyPetePlease don't spam the channel. I imagine kdevelop will use any c++ libraries you have installed (you probably already have libstdc++ installed, see http://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/libstdc++/documentation.html for docs)09:16
Apple_Catslow night tonight09:24
PiddyI have a disc with 3 image files on it, and I don't know how to run it.  The images are in a rar file ON the disc, is this why?09:35
SlimeyPeteyes, that's why.09:39
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SlimeyPeteyou have to unrar the files first09:40
SlimeyPeteand then if they're disc images, burn them to a CD (as an image, NOT as a file) using k3b09:40
revgreendave trying to upgrade to edgy using gksu "update-manager -c" but it says i am uptodate. i am using dapper09:41
PiddySlimeyPete: What do you mean "As an image, not as a file"?09:42
ThomasDgood mornin' y'all09:44
ThomasDI have a little problem with kopete, I start it from konsole, no porblems there, it starts up just fine, but then when I want to set status to online, it does nothing09:44
ThomasDit doesn't connect to msn server09:44
ThomasDit doesn't give any error message09:44
SlimeyPetePiddy: disc images contain files which must be written to the disc. If you just drop an image file onto a data disc project in k3b (or nero) you will just burn a single file (the image). If you tell k3b that you specifically want to burn an image, it will extract the data from the image and burn all the files that are in it.09:44
revgreendavethomasD it could be msn itself09:44
ThomasDits for 2 days now09:45
revgreendavesometimes in windows msn wont connect09:45
ThomasDrevgreendave: but I think it's kopete09:45
ThomasDbecause it doesn't do anything09:45
ThomasDit doesn't even try to connect09:45
revgreendavesorry was only trying to be anti windows supportive09:45
revgreendavemsn hates me09:46
ThomasDand we all hate ms09:46
ThomasDhmm wtf, I just noticed my kwallet is gone09:47
ThomasDkwalletmanager is there, but no wallet is loaded?09:48
RettawHello, if an application in Adept is greyed out so and inpossible to select, what causes this?09:48
ThomasDrevgreendave: it's repared now, it was somethink with kwalletmanager09:50
sbucathello i have a problem with alsa09:57
sbucatsorry for09:58
sbucatbut..it's was written in that way09:58
sbucat*** Please make sure that the same compiler version was used for building kernel09:58
PiddyHelp? My disc won't eject:S09:59
sbucatPiddy: try eject on konsole09:59
PiddyThanks ;)09:59
PiddySlimeyPete: I clicked burn now. "Create Image" or "Only create image"?10:02
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Rettawnever mind10:05
SlimeyPetePiddy: no, don't create image. You need to burn from an image.10:06
SlimeyPetePiddy: it's in the new projects menu10:06
SlimeyPete(i.e. where you select "data cd, data dvd, video dvd" etc.)10:06
PiddySlimeyPete: There are so many different image things there. Which one?10:07
SlimeyPetePiddy: oh, woops, sorry. It's under "tools" at the op10:08
SlimeyPetenot "new project"10:08
Piddyhm, ok.10:08
PiddySlimeyPete: Burn Cd image?10:08
SlimeyPetewhat sorts of files were in the RAR archives, btw? an ISO?10:09
SlimeyPetePiddy: yes that's the one, assuming it's a CD rather than DVD10:09
PiddySlimeyPete: THere was image.img, .ccd and .sub.10:09
SlimeyPeteoh... hrm, those are winimage files IIRC. I don't know if k3b will burn them, in fact I'm not sure anything under Linux will burn them (though it may be possible to convert to ISO).10:10
SlimeyPeteit's a proprietary format, you see.10:10
PiddyHm, ok. How do I convert to ISO?10:11
SlimeyPetehmm, cloneCD files, not winimage. Hang on I'll see if I can find a converter.10:11
SlimeyPeteaha. There is a program in the repositories called ccd2iso10:12
SlimeyPetethat'll be what you want. If you can use that to convert the image files to an ISO file then you can use k3b to burn the ISO.10:12
Piddyok, hold on.10:13
max_Have the c++ in KDevelop a class to handle a dinamic list ???10:16
max_Have the c++ in KDevelop a class to handle a dinamic list ???10:16
PiddySlimeyPete: I have no idea how to use the program.10:16
PiddyI typed ccd2iso, and this came up10:17
Piddy        ccd2iso <.img filename> <.iso filename>10:17
Piddy        ccd2iso <option>10:17
Piddy        -?  -h  --help      show this help10:17
Piddy            -v  --version   show version number10:17
PiddyOops, sorry10:17
SlimeyPeteso ccd2iso image.img image.iso            (I imagine)10:17
PiddySlimeyPete: ok. what about the .ccd and .sub?10:20
CreationistHow do I convert a PDF file to something smaller.  It is 62mb and it takes about 30 seconds to load each page for viewing!10:20
SlimeyPeteI should think it'll just pick those up automatically, Piddy. You won't need them any more once it's created the ISO.10:20
PiddySlimeyPete: Ok, but won't it need like, a path to the images?10:21
SlimeyPetewell, yes if you're not currently in the same directory. In which case it'd be: ccd2iso /home/piddy/images/image.img /home/piddy/images/image.iso10:22
PiddySlimeyPete: Error: cannot open source file for reading!10:24
SlimeyPetedid you use the correct path? The ones I gave above were only intended to be examples.10:25
Piddyo! I think I types images with a small i. hold on10:26
PiddyYes, it works =D10:26
SlimeyPeteonce it's created the ISO, use k3b to burn it as discussed earlier.10:26
SlimeyPetethen when you look on the disc you will probably see lots of files rather than just the image files.10:27
Jucatohm... not this again?10:27
pitfallhi there10:31
pitfallI'm using kde 4.0.210:31
pitfallwhen dist-upgrading, apt said :10:31
pitfall following packages have been kept back: kde4libs-bin kdeartwork-style-kde4 kdelibs5 klipper-kde4 kwin-kde4 systemsettings-kde410:32
pitfallDo I miss something ?10:32
Jucatopitfall: might want to check with the people in #kubuntu-kde4 if it's a known issue10:32
pitfallJucato: thx10:33
ActionParsnippitfall, try sudo apt-get dist-upgrade10:34
ActionParsnippitfall, ah10:34
* Jucato scratches his head10:35
pitfallActionParsnip: thats what I was doing : apt-get install kde4core do the trick :)10:36
ActionParsnippitfall, did you sudo apt-get update first?10:38
PiddySlimeyPete: Yes, there are lots of other files on the disc now. What do I do?10:47
SlimeyPetePiddy: well, that depends what software it is. If it's an OS you'll probably have to reboot with the disc in the drive, for other software you'll need to locate the installer on the disc.10:48
PiddySlimeyPete: It's an OS10:50
SlimeyPetethen you'll need to reboot with the disc in the drive. It should boot from the CD, I imagine.10:51
SlimeyPetemost do.10:51
ActionParsnipSlimeyPete, could boot it in a virtualbox ;)10:52
SlimeyPetewell yes, indeed.10:52
SlimeyPeteI'd assumed that Piddy wanted to install it onto the machine itself but if virtualisation is wanted then virtualbox is indeed the way to go :)10:53
PiddyNah, no virtualisation.10:53
ActionParsnipits a good way to test if it is an OS too without having to reboot10:53
Apple_Cathow can i turn ksnapshot off ?tried in keyboard shortcuts and the program itself11:00
Apple_Cator just use xmodmap ?11:02
ActionParsnipApple_Cat, kcontrol -> regional & accessibility -> input actions -> preset11:07
ActionParsnipactions -> printscreen.11:07
ActionParsnipApple_Cat, any good?11:09
Apple_Catyep thanks a bunch ^.^11:11
ActionParsnipApple_Cat, np :D11:11
Apple_Cathow are you this evening/ today anyway ?11:14
ActionParsnipApple_Cat, its 11:20am here11:17
ActionParsnipApple_Cat, not bad11:18
ActionParsnipyou ok?11:18
Apple_Catyep doing alright thanks11:18
ActionParsnipApple_Cat, where you from?11:19
ActionParsnipUK represent over here11:20
Apple_Catgot much planned for today ?11:22
Apple_Cati mean.... thanks for fixing that problem *cough cough*11:22
* Apple_Cat hides11:23
ActionParsnipwork for anoher 4 hours,then chillin11:24
Apple_Catoh cool, where are you working ?11:25
ActionParsnipApple_Cat, www.ultimatesoftware.com11:29
ActionParsnipApple_Cat, what do you do?11:33
* jussi01 points at #kubuntu-offtopic ...11:34
Apple_Catpoint taken11:35
Apple_Cat(for the second time)11:36
PiddyHow do I boot from a cd?11:37
PiddyJust reboot? No buttons?11:38
ActionParsnipPiddy, you need to make your bios boot from cd11:38
PiddyactionParsnip, how?11:38
Apple_Catin bios there should be a boot priority menu11:38
PiddyDon't know what that is.11:39
ActionParsnipPiddy, it varies from Bios to bios, you'll need to rtfm11:39
PiddyI didn't understand a word of that:S11:39
ActionParsnipPiddy, its the stuff no your screen before your operating system loads up11:39
Apple_Catit should say press __key to go to menu when it boots up11:39
Piddyok... what do I do when I'm in the menu?11:39
ActionParsnipPiddy, which menu?11:40
ActionParsnipPiddy, if yuo mean the bios menu, it varies massively11:40
PiddyBefore the system starts up thing.11:40
ActionParsnipPiddy, get your bios manual out or download it online11:40
A-makhi all, need a bit of help getting kubuntu installed.11:40
PiddyWhere can I download it?11:40
rockprincessA-mak: fire away! what's the problem?11:41
A-makI'm attempting to installed kubuntu on my laptop. However the install bombs out when it try's to create the new partitions because my swap is in use by it11:41
A-makI've attempted to use the built in partition tool but it failed me and said it cant because its in use by another application11:41
rockprincessA-mak: bombs out?11:41
A-makit goes "scanning file structer" or something like that11:42
A-makthen poof.. installer is not running anymore11:42
rockprincessA-mak: try using "qparted" or "gparted" as a partitioner tool.......11:42
jussi01!rtfm > ActionParsnip11:42
A-makyeah I tried that, but it says it cant do anything because another program is using it11:42
Apple_CatPiddy: what kind of motherboard do you have ?11:43
rockprincessA-mak: what other program would be using it? try this...this should get you sorted: http://gparted.sourceforge.net/11:43
PiddyApple_Cat no idea xD11:43
Apple_Catlaptop or desktop ?11:43
A-makI'll boot it up and let you know, before it said a program was using it, qparted said the drive was busy :(11:43
rockprincessA-mak: try gparted.....11:44
A-makI tried to umount /dev/sda0 but it says command not found11:44
PiddyApple_Cat desktop11:44
rockprincessA-mak: are you using the alternate install cd or the desktop install?11:44
A-makdesktop install11:44
Apple_Catwhat kind of desktop do you have ?11:45
A-makIBM R31 laptop11:45
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A-makdual boots, had XP PRO + slackware on it.. then after much trouble XP PRO + Ubuntu 7.10 (I prefer KDE) now trying to get kubuntu 7.10 on their11:45
rockprincessA-mak: for the future, alternate/text based installs are better....11:45
A-makhmm I'll go grab it11:46
Apple_Catsorry, what kind of desktop do you have, Piddy?11:46
rockprincessA-mak: wait11:46
rockprincessA-mak: are you still using Ubuntu 7.10?11:46
PiddyApple_Cat, what do you mean? Like, Compaq?11:46
rockprincessA-mak: if so , you could just install the kubuntu-desktop package...without having to reinstall everything11:46
A-maknah I just tried to boot then got a grub error.. I think I managed to format the linux partition last night11:47
rockprincessah ok11:47
Apple_Catyeah, maybe model number if you have it, or if you're still running windows you could check what kind of mobo you have in there, Piddy11:47
A-makI did think of installing the package.. but then I didnt want the gnome stuff and am a bit lazy in going through that package manager11:48
PiddyApple_Cat: It's the other way around. I'm on Kubuntu, installing Windows. Gonna dualboot.11:48
rockprincessyou'd only needed to remove the ubuntu-desktop....then i think all gnome stuff would have been gone....afaik11:48
Apple_Catooh so you have kubuntu running ?11:48
A-makahk wish I had of joined this chat on sat :P. Will bother you if I get stuck again rockprincess, thanks for the help!11:49
rockprincessno worries11:49
A-makis gparted on the kubuntu live cd?11:49
PiddyApple_Cat: Yes.11:50
rockprincessi dunno....maybe qtparted is....11:50
A-makyeah I've got QTParted thats what I was using last night11:50
Apple_Catif you have kubuntu running, Piddy, run "dmidecode -q | less" then paste it into http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/11:50
rockprincessdid it look like this? http://gparted.sourceforge.net/screenshots.php11:50
A-maknot QTparted11:51
A-makI have it up now11:51
PiddyApple_Cat: It just says (END)11:51
A-makyeah, Drive info device /dev/sda... Status busy.11:51
A-makyet /dev/sda is not mounted (according to mtab).. personally I think its kubuntu utilising the swap11:52
Apple_Catsorry put sudo in front of it first, Piddy11:52
PiddyApple_Cat: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/58590/11:54
A-makrockprincess, QTparted reports that /dev/sda3 cannot be deleted because it is mounted.. yet in konsole umount say s/dev/sda3 is not mounted (according to mtab)11:54
rockprincessA-mak: don't use QTparted! Use gparted instead!11:54
A-makis that located on kubuntu live cd?11:55
rockprincessA-mak: maybe try a reboot?11:55
Apple_Catcan you try "sudo dmidecode -q" instead, it must have cut off some output, Piddy11:55
rockprincessA-mak: NO! download gparted from http://gparted.sourceforge.net/ and burn it on a cd...11:56
PiddyApple_Cat: Pasting now11:56
A-makI only have 1 optical device in my laptop rock :P. I'll just use the alternate install cd11:57
A-maksounds alot easier11:57
PiddyApple_Cat: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/58591/11:57
rockprincessA-mak: downloading the alternate install will take you several hours...because it's a big ISO file..however downloading gparted will take you only a few minutes....11:58
A-makI have 15mbit down...11:58
Apple_CatPiddy: your mobo is an Evo D510 CMT11:59
A-makrockprincess, its going to take me 8min ;) :P. Thanks for trying.11:59
PiddyApple_Cat. Ok. Will that be a problem or something?12:00
Apple_Catnope,sorry i was just looking up a manual for it or something but it should be fine, you might just have to read what you see in the menu, Piddy12:01
PiddyOk, so how do I open the menu?12:01
Apple_Catpressing F10 will get you into bios when first booting12:01
PiddyThanks for the help :D12:02
Apple_Catnp ^.^12:03
PiddyOk, cya:D Gonna try and install now:P12:03
Apple_Catoki cool12:03
Apple_Catjust a tip for next time, I'd probably install windows first, then kubuntu over the top of it12:04
Apple_Cateek too slow -_-12:04
spirooWhen I use KDE4.0.2, I just get blank/black screen when I login. I have it installed besides KDE3. How do I fix? Nobody answers in kubuntu-kde4.12:05
Eirikebkick the computer/throw the monitor out from the nearest available skyscraper!12:05
jussi01can anyone recomend me a decent, yet simple to learn prgram that I can draw some basic plans for a "box" of sorts. Im thinking cad like, but much simpler12:14
Apple_Catinkscape, blender ?12:14
ActionParsnipjussi01, Kolourpaint / gpaint12:15
Apple_Cathttp://www.blender.org/ , http://www.inkscape.org/12:15
jussi01ActionParsnip: no. not that simple. I dont just want to draw a box, i want to make a sort of "plan"12:16
Apple_Cathttp://www.xfig.org/ , http://kolourpaint.sourceforge.net/ , http://www.gnu.org/software/gpaint/12:16
meuhlolHi all12:17
meuhlolI have a little problem, with my External HDD12:17
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. :-)12:17
meuhlolWhen i connect him it prompts me to Open in new window but he doesn't "automount". When I go to media:/ and run a Konsole12:18
meuhloli mount him to /media/cdrom12:18
Apple_Catjussi01: you could draw the "plan" in inkscape, then import it into blender12:18
meuhlolbut once mounted, I can't acces, i have a error message: You have no permissions to read blah blah blah12:18
ActionParsnipmeuhlol, can you access it if you sudo?12:19
meuhlolhow should i do to mount up my external hdd, cus' others devices, like usb key of 2 giga i acces it without problems12:19
meuhlolActionParsnip: i cant only mount it with "sudo mount /dev/sdb1 /media/cdrom"12:19
meuhlolafter, using "sudo konqueror" i can acces to read /media/cdrom, but i cant copy files into :s12:20
ActionParsnip!es | blas12:20
ubotublas: Si busca ayuda en español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es, allí obtendrá más ayuda.12:20
ActionParsnipmeuhlol, try making a new mount point and mount it there12:21
meuhlolok w812:21
ActionParsnipmeuhlol, sudo mkdir /mnt/usbhdd (for example)12:21
meuhlolActionParsnip: nope i cant acces12:22
meuhloli created a new folder on my desktop lol12:22
ActionParsnipmeuhlol, ok what happens when you try to cd into the mount point?12:23
meuhlolbut no way, it says: that I have no rights to read file://blahblah12:23
ActionParsnipor navigate to it using konqueror12:24
meuhlolActionParsnip: I can acces but i can't write on it :/12:27
jussi01meuhlol: what is it formatted as? ntfs?12:28
meuhloljussi01: dunno :/12:28
jussi01!ntfs-3g | meuhlol12:28
ubotumeuhlol: ntfs-3g is a Linux driver which allows read/write access to NTFS partitions. Installation instructions at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/MountingWindowsPartitions12:28
jussi01meuhlol: did you format it in windows?12:28
meuhloljussi01: in fact, this HDD is of my father. He bought him, installed and doesnt formated (it was already preformated) i think is ntfs, cus he use it on windows12:29
jussi01meuhlol: likely.12:29
meuhlolwill install ntfs-config and try with it :D12:32
* jussi01 crosses fingers for meuhlol 12:32
* meuhlol give a beer to jussi01 =D12:33
meuhloljussi01: nope doesnt work :'((((((12:37
meuhlolbut why my other devices like USB Key works perfectly?12:37
jussi01because they are vfat12:38
rysiek|plhi guys12:39
meuhloljussi01: yes my HDD extern is an NTFS lol12:39
meuhloli reading actually a config for ntfs-3g12:39
ali3n51please help me to restore my original themes of login screen12:42
ali3n51how to restore the original login screen12:42
ali3n51the kdm can't activate why?12:43
Apple_Catsorry, can you give a bit more detail?12:45
rysiek|plguys, I am trying to update-initramfs from a chroot jail, bu I keep getting "/proc/cmdline file not found"12:46
rysiek|plI am guessing I need to omehow "import" (symlink?) the /proc and /dev filesystems to the chrooted environment12:46
rysiek|plwhat is the best, elegant way to do this?12:46
rysiek|plmount them there?12:47
llutzrysiek|pl: mount -o bind12:47
rysiek|plsmashing, thanks12:47
llutzlike mount --bind /proc /CHROOT/proc12:47
rysiek|pl/dev, /proc, anything else I should remember?12:48
llutz not sure, /sys maybe12:48
rysiek|plwe'll see in a moment :)12:49
rysiek|plas a side note, there are some nasty things happening when you install a second *buntu (say, hardy) on a laptop with a *buntu already on12:50
rysiek|pl*nasty things happening with swap and hibernate12:50
rysiek|plas the new install reformats swap partition (used by the first install), UUID changes and hence - hibernate/resume stop working12:51
matt_does knetworkmanager support static ip using wpa2?12:51
llutzmatt_: afaik NO12:51
matt_is there one that does?12:52
llutzmatt_: ifupdown + wpa_supplicant12:53
rysiek|plmatt_: ^^^ precisely12:53
rysiek|pldarn, I am slow today12:53
rysiek|pllet's check if the frickin' hibernate got fixed on all 3 kubuntu installs...12:57
llutzrysiek|pl: resuming takes longer than coldboot here :(12:58
rysiek|plno way12:58
rysiek|plllutz: does it actually resume? start some app (say, kate), write something in it (and DON'T save to disk!), hibernate, resume12:59
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rysiek|plllutz: do you get kate back, WITH whatever you have written but not saved to disk?13:00
llutzrysiek|pl: yeah it hibernates/resumes, just takes looooong time for it13:00
rysiek|plllutz: for it might be something goes wrong with resume at some stage and it just starts a normal "coldboot" session13:00
llutzand compared to XP-resume... no comment13:01
rysiek|pld'oh! darn intel drivers. X frozen again13:01
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GrayFoxis there a possibility to integrate my konsole into the control panel?13:18
nosrednaekimGrayFox: yes, you probably actually could... but not realy easily13:19
matt_i don't suppose anyone knows what driver to use for lexmark z1420 printer?13:21
GrayFoxthen i gonna put that to the end of my task-list13:21
GrayFoxthere are a few things, that are still not working13:21
GrayFoxSurround-Sound & Bluetooth-Headset are the most tricky problems13:22
rysiek|plGrayFox: have you tried Yakuake? it's not control-panel-integrated, but extremely useful nonetheless13:23
llutzmatt_: look at linuxprinting.org drivers/printer list13:23
ActionParsnipGrayFox, yakuake is awesome13:24
ActionParsnipmatt_, have you googled any for an answer?13:25
GrayFoxokay, i'll try it out13:25
ActionParsnipmatt_, is it a wireless printer?13:26
GrayFoxanybody who knows about alsa-drivers?13:26
GrayFoxand how to set up a 6-channel-usb-soundcard?13:26
ActionParsnipGrayFox, what usb card do you have?13:28
ActionParsnipawww yeeeeah http://jkkmobile.blogspot.com/2008/03/asus-eee-pc-900-hands-on-video.html13:37
matt_ActionParsnip: yeah wireless, just checked and it seems it's not on linuxprinting.org (paperweight apparently)13:37
ActionParsnipmatt_, yeah lexmark are a bit lacking in support13:37
ActionParsnipmatt_, like LOADS!13:37
nosrednaekimActionParsnip: awesome..13:37
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ActionParsnipnosrednaekim, was waiting for that to happen, just moved the speakers to the hinge. Kubuntu on that bad boy. BOOYA!13:38
fcnguywhat to do when people get jealous of you when you try to exercise and try to stop you in step of the way? they basically want me to have a painful heart attack and die. i already have high cholesterol at age 21 and probably had since 18 or 19...? what to do?13:38
fcnguywhat to do when people get jealous of you when you try to exercise and try to stop you in step of the way( bully you)? they basically want me to have a painful heart attack and die. i already have high cholesterol at age 21 and probably had since 18 or 19...? what to do?13:39
nosrednaekimActionParsnip: oh yeah.... I have so wanted this....13:39
llutzActionParsnip: 399€ ~ 610 USD... lot of money for that toy13:43
nosrednaekimoh...610.... wow....13:44
BluesKajHowdy all13:45
gundam_rx78nt1morning BluesKaj13:45
llutzhi BluesKaj13:46
Jucato!hi | BluesKaj13:46
ubotuBluesKaj: Hi! Welcome to #kubuntu!13:46
BluesKajMorning , gundam_rx78nt1 , Jucato, llutz  :)13:47
JucatoBluesKaj: you forgot ubotu13:47
dhqwhy do i get this error/usr/lib/firefox/firefox-bin: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: undefined symbol: g_signal_accumulator_true_handled13:48
Jucatofirefox installed in /usr/lib? O.o13:48
maki_dhi, whats the difference between kubuntu on cd and kubuntu on dvd ?13:48
BluesKajmustn't forget ubotu, 'morning ubotu :)13:48
Jucatomaki_d: the DVD has lots more packages available for installation13:48
Jucatowithout an internet connection13:48
dhqJucato: well its an error13:49
JucatoI think the DVD also combines both features of a Desktop CD (Live CD) and an Alternate Install CD (text-based installer, can be used as a repository)13:49
dhqdhq@dhq-laptop:~/glib-2.0.0$ synaptic13:49
dhqsynaptic: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: undefined symbol: g_signal_accumulator_true_handled13:49
Jucatodhq: might be related to your problem: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=63040513:50
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Jucatodhq: by your pwd I'm assuming you are playing around with glib?13:51
Jucatothat could be the source of your problem :)13:51
dhqJucato: how do i know what to remove13:52
Jucatomight want to try asking about the error in #gtk (or is it #gtk+)13:52
ActionParsnipJucato, its also got the major desktop environments on13:52
ActionParsnipJucato, afaik13:53
llutzJucato: try "locate firefox-bin" on your system and smile13:53
JucatoActionParsnip: huh?13:53
ActionParsnipJucato, the instsall DVDs13:53
Jucatollutz: don't have Firefox installed on my current Kubuntu :D13:54
JucatoActionParsnip: ah.. that's generally covered by the "lots more packages" :)13:54
llutzJucato: ah ok, but when,  /usr/lib is the place it resides13:54
dhqllutz: /usr/lib/firefox/firefox-bin13:54
ActionParsnipJucato, indeed. I call it "bloat"13:54
llutzdhq: yes, that's default installation path13:55
Jucatollutz: hm... I have firefox after all, and it's not in /usr/lib/firefox :)13:55
llutzJucato: ok, not the repo-one13:55
ActionParsnipjust pull it down from repos13:56
dhqeverything is messsed up13:56
rignes_Hello there.  I closed out the battery monitoring icon on the tray of KDE4 and want to get it back.  What command must I run?  Google isn't helping me to much. :(13:57
ActionParsnipdhq, wassup man?13:57
Jucatoglib is one very essential lib :)13:57
dhqActionParsnip: :)13:57
Jucatorignes_: try asking in #kubuntu-kde413:57
ActionParsnipdhq, whats up with your rig?13:57
Jucatorignes_: but basically just Add Widgets -> Battery Monitor and drag to the panel13:57
JucatoActionParsnip: glib-gtk errors. (scroll up)13:58
dhqif i wanna uninstall from the source what do i use13:58
rignes_Thanks.  I'll go ask there.  ;)13:58
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Jucatorun "make uninstall" from the directory where you ran "make" and "make install"13:58
dhqmake uninstall ???13:58
Jucatohopefully you still have the build directory in place13:59
ActionParsnipdhq, ok what do you get from the command - file /usr/lib/libgtk-x11-2.0.so.013:59
dhq /usr/lib/libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: symbolic link to `libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0.1200.0'13:59
ActionParsnipand is that file there in that folder too?13:59
ActionParsnipdhq, what do you get from ldd firefox (use pastebin)14:01
ActionParsnipdhq, http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/slackware-14/symbol-lookup-error-usrliblibgtk-x11.2.0.so.0-undefined-symbol...-434399/14:01
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slaxcan somebody help me?:D14:01
dhqActionParsnip: ldd: ./firefox: not regular file14:01
gundam_rx78nt1slax, ask away.14:02
Jucato!somebody | slax14:02
ubotuslax: In place of  "Does anyone/anybody...", please be aware, one persons expert is another persons beginner, please ask your question in full, then see what helps!14:02
ActionParsnipdhq, just ldd firefox not ./firefox14:02
ActionParsnip!help | slax14:02
ubotuslax: I am ubotu, all-knowing infobot. You can browse my brain at http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi - Usage info: http://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBots14:02
ActionParsnip!ask | slax14:03
dhq ldd firefox14:03
ubotuslax: 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. :-)14:03
Jucatooh they changed the !somebody factoid :)14:03
JucatoI think slax got the point :)14:03
Jucatoslax: ask away.. except if it's about SLAX :)14:03
slaxI can mange to connect my i`pod:(14:03
ActionParsnipdhq, what is the output?14:03
slaxi got the point14:03
gundam_rx78nt1ok, you can connect your iPod or you can't?14:03
dhqActionParsnip: ldd: ./firefox: No such file or directory14:03
slaxi can`t it will not mount:-s14:04
dhqdhq@dhq-laptop:~$ ldd firefox14:04
dhqldd: ./firefox: No such file or directory14:04
JucatoActionParsnip: needs the full path14:04
llutzldd $(which firefox)14:04
ActionParsnipdhq, how about the commadn which firefox14:04
ActionParsnipcheers llutz14:04
gundam_rx78nt1are you running kubuntu?  It should detect it as an external drive first.14:05
Jucato!ipod | slax14:05
llutzwill fail because it is a script, not a binary14:05
ubotuslax: For information on how to sync and add tracks to your iPod, see the guide at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IPodHowto - See !RockBox for information on liberating your iPod14:05
slaxyeah i am running kubuntu and when i connect it it dose`n say enithing:-s14:05
dhqActionParsnip: well i use firefox as the command14:05
gundam_rx78nt1what do you get when you type: lsusb?14:05
Jucatollutz: ldd $(which firefox-bin) then?14:06
dhqdhq@dhq-laptop:/bin$ firefox /usr/lib/firefox/firefox-bin: symbol lookup error: /usr/lib/libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0: undefined symbol: g_signal_accumulator_true_handled14:06
dhq                                                                                                                     14:06
stdin!paste > dhq14:06
llutzldd /usr/lib/firefox/firefox-bin14:06
slax https://help.ubuntu.com/community/IPodHowto14:06
slaxBus 003 Device 018: ID 05ac:1262 Apple Computer, Inc.14:06
slaxBus 003 Device 004: ID 058f:6377 Alcor Micro Corp.14:06
llutzJucato: firefox-bin isn't in $PATH14:06
Jucatoey stdin!! you're alive :)14:06
slaxBus 003 Device 002: ID 0424:2504 Standard Microsystems Corp.14:06
Jucatollutz: ah I see14:06
slaxthese 314:06
stdinJucato: shush, don't tell anyone ;)14:07
ActionParsnip!paste | slax14:07
llutzdhq: ldd /usr/lib/firefox/firefox-bin14:07
ActionParsnipsup stdin14:07
ubotuslax: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #kubuntu channel topic)14:07
BluesKajdhq, what about locate:firefox ,in the konq addressbar14:07
gundam_rx78nt1Hey everybody stdin is alive.14:07
gundam_rx78nt1oops, you said don't tell anybody... my bad.14:07
dhqActionParsnip: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/58605/14:08
Jucatogundam_rx78nt1: you didn't tell "anybody". you told "everybody". so it's ok :)14:09
gundam_rx78nt1slax, did you check your /media directory and see if it was there?  I had that problem and found that I changed the desktop behaviour and when I connected the iPod, the icon wouldn't show on the desktop but it was in the /media directory.14:10
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slaxin the media driver14:12
slaxit seemes i have a folder called i-pod14:13
slaxbut it`s just a  simple folder14:13
MilitantPotatoWhere can I see what was changed in the new KDE4 update?14:21
rignesI was in here before asking about a battery monitor in the try on KDE.  I went to kubuntu-kde4 and then realized I'm still running 3.14:21
rignesWQould this be the place I can ask about kde 3.x things?14:21
dhqActionParsnip: any clues14:21
rignesWait, I retract that....14:22
rignesLet me getmy act togeter before I speak again and make my self look more stupid than I already do...14:22
JucatoMilitantPotato: http://www.kde.org/announcements/announce-4.0.2.php (see the link to the changelog for specifics)14:23
MichaleRI'm migrating a system to new hardware and want to duplicate the installed set of packages.  How does one get a list of packages that can be directly fed into dpkg or apt-get?14:23
MichaleRor similar14:23
MilitantPotatoJucato: thanks, must not be awake yet14:24
Jucato!clone | MichaleR14:24
ubotuMichaleR: To replicate your packages selection on another machine (or restore it if re-installing), you can type « dpkg --get-selections > ~/my-packages », move the file "my-packages" to the other machine, and there type « sudo dpkg --set-selections < my-packages && sudo apt-get dselect-upgrade » - See also !automate14:24
muibehi, i tried to figure out what kded does in practice but didn't find anything useful.. it works very oddly - the problem began after I'd mounted a new external drive to my machine14:24
MichaleRThat's what I wasn't finding.  Thank you14:24
muibeso can someone explain what i lose if kill it with argument " -s 9 "14:25
ksali hi14:25
Jucatomuibe: don't14:25
ksaldoes anybody here use kde4?14:25
Jucatoksal: those in #kubuntu-kde4 do14:25
muibeJucato: why not?14:26
Jucatomuibe: it's the kde daemon/process that handles most media14:26
BluesKajksal, try KDE 4 support in #kubuntu-kde414:26
muibeJucato: any advice how to solve the problem?14:26
muibewell, i tried to google already14:26
Jucatowhat's the problem first? "it works very oddly" is a bit vague14:27
BluesKajoops ,I'm a bit slow this morn, only on my 2nd coffee :)14:27
muibewell. it uses 95-99% of CPU14:27
Jucatomuibe: http://docs.kde.org/kde3/en/kdebase/userguide/background-processes.html14:27
Jucatoit doesn't only handle media, but it's sort of one of the main important KDE daemons14:28
Jucatonot sure what to do about the CPU usage though..but it sounds familiar. try asking around in #kde too14:28
savetheWorldHi, trying to understand the apt command tools - how do i check to see is I have already installed a given package?  (producing a list is fine too, i can has grep :-) )14:28
savetheWorlds/is/ if I/14:28
llutzsavetheWorld: apt-cache policy packagename14:28
noaXesshi all14:28
dhqJucato: ??14:29
savetheWorldllutz: interesting, what does the policy keyword mean in that context?14:29
* savetheWorld runs off to the man page14:29
Jucatodhq: ?14:29
noaXessif i want mount external dir with sshfs then i get fuse: failed to open /dev/fuse: Permission denied14:29
ActionParsnipsavetheWorld, could just try to install it :)14:29
dhqJucato: do you have anyclue what i can do to fix my system14:29
muibeJucato: many thanks for help my friend14:29
noaXessi k now i need to run it with sudo that it work.. but i want run it with a normal useraccount.14:30
muibeJucato: I guess it isn't that important at all14:30
Jucatodhq:  you can try uninstalling your custom glib and reinstalling the original glib from the repos14:30
savetheWorldActionParsnip: actually that would not fit the current situation since I am attempting to diagnose a library problem, not cover it up.14:30
llutznoaXess: are you member of group "fuse"?14:30
ActionParsnipnoaXess, only sudo can mount14:30
Jucatomuibe: it doesn't end the world if that's what you mean :)14:30
noaXessllutz: hm.. wait..14:30
dhqJucato: how do i know which file glib installed14:31
JucatosavetheWorld: only way I can think of is "dpkg -l | grep <name>"14:31
muibewell, the update can be done manually - console is my favorite environment but there's no ncurses version of amaroK - yet :D14:31
noaXessllutz: no, i'm not member pf fuse.. but now i am :) but need to relogin..14:32
llutzJucato: grep not needed14:32
muibe*the KSycoca update14:32
Jucatollutz: hm?14:32
llutzJucato: try " dpkg -l  name"14:32
Jucatooh right14:32
ActionParsnipsavetheWorld, or you could use which <app name>14:32
Jucatomuibe: are you knowledgeable about all the times that kbuildsycoca is triggered automatically behind the scenes?14:33
dhqJucato: when i uses repos this is what i get update-mime-database: symbol lookup error: update-mime-database: undefined symbol: g_log_set_default_handler14:33
ActionParsnipdhq, is that with sudo apt-get update14:33
muibeJucato: well.hmm..nope :D14:34
dhqActionParsnip: even if i want to remove stuff i get that error14:34
savetheWorldActionParsnip: build-essentials installs many many things, a number of which are not executables so they would not show up in a "which" command, and you would have to check for each file and its version by hand, However, build-dep looks like it may solve my issues for me.14:34
Jucatobuild-dep will install the packages necessary to compile the specified package14:35
muibei think killing of the process with -s 9 is a stopgap solution14:35
muibeuntil i find out what to do or someone comes up with a solutions that works14:36
savetheWorldHMm- looks like I made one essential error - I installed the xchat source from the xchat web site.  Looks like I should install the version of the xchat soure that comrs from the Kubuntu/ubuntu repositories?14:36
savetheWorld*source *comes14:36
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about fixapt - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi14:37
Jucatolet's go back to the real problem. what is it?14:37
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 »14:37
JucatosavetheWorld: what's the *real* problem?14:37
ActionParsnipdhq, ^ try that14:37
savetheWorldJucato: I am running xchat 2.6.6 on Kubuntu  ( Ubuntu 6.06 LTS ) and i am attempting to build xchat 2.6.6 from source.  whe running configure I got the error "configure:26206: error: "Cannot find glib".   Since this system is a vanilla Kubuntu install, I am wondering why it cant find glib.  Any suggestions for what to do about this?  for example would apt-get install glib be an appropriate resolution?14:37
josephwhat would be the most appropriate program to use to create a historical timeline? dia? kivio? open office?14:37
savetheWorldJucato: for production reasons I cant move to the latest.14:38
JucatosavetheWorld: either of two things: it can't find the correct version of glib or you don't have glib headers and development files installed14:39
savetheWorldWhats the general rule for asking for the sources of a package using apt-get?   apt-get install <package name>-source?14:39
Jucatothe glib package that ends with -dev (not sure which one though)14:39
Jucatoapt-get source <package>14:39
Jucatodon't use sudo when getting source code using apt14:39
savetheWorldJucato: cool.  That is extremely helpful.14:40
Jucatosudo apt-get build-dep <package> installs the packages necessary *to compile* the package from source, but only as far as the Ubuntu package and version is concerned14:40
savetheWorldWont help with teh glib problem?14:40
Jucatodepends on xchat's requirement14:41
Jucatobut it could give you a head start14:41
savetheWorldI'll tias14:41
savetheWorldthank you14:41
ksaldoes anybody here use kde4?14:41
ksali have a problem with it.14:41
Jucatoksal: didn't we point you to #kubuntu-kde4 already?14:41
ksalah, maybe14:41
Jucato[22:23] <ksal> does anybody here use kde4?14:42
Jucato[22:23] <Jucato> ksal: those in #kubuntu-kde4 do14:42
savetheWorldksal: Try flowers?14:42
ksali'm sorry, i was gone for a while, and i didn't see :)14:42
maki_d_what start kubuntu in safe mode and the other options mean?14:45
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dhqhow do i remove the gtk and glibc and recompile it again14:48
ActionParsnipdhq, sudo apt-get clean; sudo apt-get --reinstall install <app>14:49
Jucatohm.. the problem is probably due to compiling glib on your own... maybe.. not sure14:49
dhqJucato: i need to know how to fix it :(14:50
ActionParsnipdhq, run the command I stated above (but replace <app> with whatever you want)14:51
ActionParsnipdhq, it will redownload and reinstall the app14:51
savetheWorldWell - 14 packages upgraded and 49 new ones installed - yep - i was missing some stuff. :-)   Thanks for all your help folks!14:51
ActionParsnipsavetheWorld, keep up with your updates dude. they solve a lot14:52
savetheWorldActionParsnip: These were all in the build-dep area14:52
savetheWorldnot operations14:53
dhqActionParsnip: well it doesnt work14:54
ActionParsnipdhq, same message?14:55
dhqJucato: whichversion of glib does the gutsy use14:55
dhqActionParsnip: i dont seem to be able to install anything or remove .......plus firefox and synaptics dont work14:56
Jucatodhq: libglib2.0-14:57
Jucatolibglib2.0-0 (the Ubuntu version is 2.15.5-0ubuntu1)14:58
dhqJucato: how do i remove everything related to glibc14:58
llutzon gutsy? it's "Version: 2.14.1-1ubuntu1" here14:58
Jucatooh sorry, I'm on hardy :/14:58
* Jucato forgets14:58
Jucatodhq: er.. so many things are related to glib it's not funny :)14:59
dhqJucato: and what gtk do i need15:01
savetheWorldJucato: "configure complete, now type 'make' and pray" <<-- How cheerful!  :-)15:02
Jucatohahaha! :)15:02
Jucatoand who says geeks don't have humor? :D15:02
Piciwho says that?15:02
savetheWorldOh we do, just no one else understands it... :-D15:03
dhqJucato: who say that same the name and he's dead15:03
* Jucato points at.. um.. hm... (looks for someone who can't kick back)15:03
dhqJucato: i get this error dependency not satifiable15:06
Jucatodhq: I don't know what else to tell you15:06
Jucatotry finding out what it's looking for, which dependency is not satisfied15:06
Jucato(and btw, what command is giving you that?)15:07
MilitantPotatoI installed a second soundcard, Kubuntu is now using it for playback, how do I choose which soundcard is used for playback?  I'm using ALSA.15:07
postbybiosHi, I have Kubuntu 7.10 and the icons flicker in Dolphin file manager.15:10
spirooI wondering, is it possible to autolaunch numlock on, when computer starts? I know you can when KDE starts, but I want it on when I should login. It is quite annoying in matter of fact.15:10
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ubotuTo enable Number Lock by default, see https://help.ubuntu.com/community/NumLock15:11
JucatoI think there might be something there ^^^15:11
Jucato(but maybe only when X starts?)15:11
magicalhi, anybody know why flash makes konqueror run hideously slowly yet it works fine in every other browser (opera, firefox etc)?15:11
postbybiosanyone knows how to fix this?15:11
bubbahello i´ve installe kubuntu yesterday, i have a problem with adept manager...it tells me another process is using the packaging syster15:12
bubbaand it close15:12
MilitantPotatospiroo: is numlock on during POST and before grub loads linux?15:12
spirooJucato, thanks :)15:12
dhqbubba: kill it15:12
spirooMilitantPotato: I do not think so.15:12
dhqbubba: sudo killall -9 adept_  and then press tab15:12
spirooWindows enable numlock on startup, thats for sure :D15:12
bubbafrom system?15:12
MilitantPotatospiroo: in bios there's an option to enable numlock at boot for most PC15:13
JucatoLinux is not Windows :)15:13
bubbaok dhq15:13
dhqbubba: type that in konsole15:13
spirooAllright, but there is no setting in KDE/Kubuntu?15:13
Jucato!aptfix | bubba15:13
ubotububba: 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 »15:13
MilitantPotatospiroo: from that link that was posted, there's a way also15:13
MilitantPotatospiroo: just giving you another option to try.15:13
Jucatospiroo: there is a setting for KDE, but not for X in general (you have to follow the link)15:14
bubbaok ubotu15:14
spirooyes, I am reading.15:14
dhqbubba: ubotu is a bot15:14
bubbaohhhh....hahaha i didnt know15:14
* dhq just realises so many applications use gtk15:16
MilitantPotatoWhat's the best way to choose between multiple soundcards for playback in KDE?15:16
MilitantPotatoBy best, I mean simplest :)15:16
maki_d_MilitantPotato:  KDE4 willl provide phonon, in KDE3 i think you need to use pulse audio15:17
MilitantPotatomaki_d_: to switch from one sound card for playback to another?15:18
MilitantPotatoI don't use both at the same time, one is used once in a blue moon for recording15:19
brewmasteri'm having trouble connecting to my local apache webserver from the internet15:19
brewmasternot sure what's wrong, i have my router forwarding port 80 to the proper machine...15:19
nosrednaekimMilitantPotato: KDE4 rocks at that....15:19
maki_d_MilitantPotato: yes pulseaudio and phonon manipulate the stream in that way15:19
nosrednaekimMilitantPotato: but in kde3,i'm not sure15:19
brewmasteris there any setting i'm missing on the server machine to allow connections on port 80?15:19
brewmastera telnet IP_ADDRESS 80 yields "no route to host"15:20
MilitantPotatook, thanks :)15:20
brewmasterwait, now it's "connection timed out"15:20
bubbai still have the same problem...i cant kill adpt manager15:20
Jucatobubba: you followed the commands ubotu gave you?15:21
bubbaone second15:21
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noaXessllutz: now it work with sshfs :) thanks15:29
noaXessthe next.. :).. how to autocreate the mountpoints i need/use?15:30
bubbaok i did it right,,,now it gives me choices install the package maintainrs version....kepp your currently-installed version15:30
bubbashow the differences between...background this process15:30
Jucatobubba: it probably means that Adept was trying to install something when it crashed, and now it's picking up where it left15:31
Jucatothe default answer is usually fine15:31
bubbai understand jucato15:31
* Jucato hands genii a kaffinated kup15:34
geniiJucato: Ah, thanks :) Need some coffee today15:34
* genii sips contentedly15:35
geniiAny pending questions ?15:35
geniiJucato: Has it been this quiet??15:37
Jucatojust when you came in :)15:38
geniiWeird then15:38
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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/FreeFormats15:42
ubuntu_my installation of kubuntui 7.10 is IDLE on "de spiegelserver wordt nagelopen"15:42
ubuntu_nevermind, i'll install sidux15:45
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anon32um, running "bc" and entering "1 / 2" returns "0"15:53
nosrednaekimanon32: try "1.0 / 2.0"15:55
anon32hmm, is there a way to force it to return a floating point result then?15:55
anon32and 1.0/2.0 == 015:56
geniianon32: The default value of scale is 0 meaning results get truncated15:56
anon32genii, in English please15:56
havenlessi tried installing kubuntu... it crashed while updating... adept won't even start now. and the start menu thing is all broke too15:57
ifroog_!find libgtk-x11-2.0.so.015:57
havenlessdoes it do that stuff often? ...15:57
ubotuFile libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0 found in libgtk2.0-015:57
geniianon32: scale 0 = no decimals scale 1= 1 decimal scale 2 = 2 decimals    etc15:59
anon32genii, ok, and how do I change it?15:59
vamsiHi I have a problem with arts. Can somebody please help me16:00
anon32vamsi, it would depend highly on what kind of problem. But since we don't know, the obvious answer is "no".16:01
MilitantPotatoWhy's bug day called hug day?16:01
vamsianon32: I was listening to online radio using realplayer and I stopped it to watch somem flash video16:01
vamsiafter i finished flash video, realplayer does not give any sound16:02
vamsii logged off and logged back in and saw a message that artsd crashed or something like that16:02
anon32oh, one of those kind of issues. I get them too, they always seemed to go away eventually though.16:02
anon32unless you're using OSS for some reason. Then you want to kill every sound app you have running.16:03
vamsii got this error earlier too; i restarted the computer and everything was fine16:03
noaXess_kubuntumy sound won't work over normal laptop speaker.. if i plugin a headset it work? any idea?16:03
ForgeAushmmm nice andLinux back up and running16:03
ForgeAusok now how to use Xephyr?16:03
ForgeAus(so I might be able to get myself a desktop in AndLinux! lol16:03
vamsinoaXess: I am using speakers and I tried with headphones too; nothing works16:03
vamsiinterestingly, if I listen to the same radio in amarok; sound is okay16:03
ForgeAus(ie an x-server in a window :) hehe)16:03
nosrednaekimForgeAus: ook at some of the earilier kubuntu KDE4 release announcements16:04
noaXess_kubuntuvamsi: even in amarok happends the same16:04
ForgeAusnosred you got an url?16:04
noaXess_kubuntuno sound over speaker.. only headset16:04
geniianon32: eg: scale=1    will give 1 decimal place. then the equation.16:05
anon32genii, it works! You're a genius!16:05
vamsinoaXess: i am using the same jack for both speakers and headphones - my comp has no front side headphone jacks. so that might be the issue16:05
geniianon32: I have moments of lucidity16:05
ForgeAusErr http://us.archive.ubuntu.com gutsy-updates/main kdelibs4-dev 4:3.5.8-0ubuntu3.216:06
ForgeAuswhy that?16:06
vamsianyone know which output plugin realplayer uses? i kind of guessed that it is arts because I saw this error16:06
ForgeAusnot found :(16:06
vamsiand can somebody please tell me how to restart artsd? I tried /etc/init.d/artsd but artsd is not present in /init.d16:07
noaXess_kubuntuvamsi: i work on a notebook.. notepad..16:07
nosrednaekimForgeAus: http://kubuntu.org/announcements/kde4-rc2.php16:07
vamsinoaXess: sorry - you mentioned that before i did not notice. anyway, i cannot be of much help to you - i am myself a newbie to linux16:08
noaXess_kubuntuvamsi: and need the integrated speaker...16:08
noaXess_kubuntuare ther some console tools to test the sound setup!16:09
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 !MP316:09
ForgeAusthanx nosred16:09
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RedCyberhi there16:16
nosrednaekimhi RedCyber16:17
RedCyberi have installed kubuntu and started the update service16:17
ForgeAushmm getting lotsa font errors16:17
nosrednaekimForgeAus: don't worry about them16:18
RedCyberand it tried to load a new version16:18
RedCyberand it failed16:18
ForgeAusum one was a fatal error, couldn't find 'fixed'16:19
nosrednaekimRedCyber: new version of kubuntu? or of a package.16:19
ForgeAusFatal server error:16:19
ForgeAuscould not open default font 'fixed'16:19
RedCyberthere is something writen: something like abourt16:20
RedCyberfirst it installed the package and then it updated kubuntu16:20
RedCyberand than it hangs16:20
ForgeAusahh had to update my packagelist thats why they weren't found wrong versions16:21
nosrednaekimRedCyber: well, you can kill it if its been hanging for over 15 minutes16:21
anon32hey cool, "screen" is awesome16:21
ForgeAushehe yay adpet for andLinux... hmmm the Xephyr thing will not be so easy tho :)16:21
ForgeAusyeah anon :)16:21
RedCyberi restarted my system16:21
ForgeAuscept I forgot how to use it16:22
ForgeAusreminds me of the old ytalk days :)16:22
anon32hehe, silly keybinds16:22
RedCyberbut the problem was not solved16:22
ForgeAushmm I must get krusader in this! thats goina be awesome!16:22
nosrednaekimRedCyber: whats wrong then?16:23
RedCyberi typed apt-get upgrade and it answered that some package are hanging16:24
ForgeAushanging? hmmm thats different16:24
nosrednaekimRedCyber: run "sudo apt-get update" first....16:24
ForgeAusklibs 4 is big16:25
ForgeAusjust have to wait I guess16:25
RedCyberthen i typed dpkg --configure -a16:25
RedCyberand it runs16:25
RedCyberbut some packags are missing16:25
RedCyberi did that before16:26
nosrednaekimRedCyber: could you pastebin the exact error?16:26
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)16:26
RedCyberlast i typed dpkg --audit16:26
RedCyberand here is the problem16:27
RedCyberroot@kubuntu:~# dpkg -C | --audit16:27
RedCyberbash: --audit: command not found16:28
RedCyberroot@kubuntu:~# dpkg -C16:28
RedCyberDie folgenden Pakete wurden entpackt, aber noch nicht konfiguriert.16:28
RedCyberSie müssen mit dpkg --configure oder dem Konfigurations-Menüeintrag in16:28
RedCyberdselect konfiguriert werden, damit sie ordnungsgemäß funktionieren:16:28
RedCyber linux-restricted-modules-2.6.22-14-generic Non-free Linux 2.6.22 modules on x816:28
nosrednaekimuhhhh we don't speak german here16:28
RedCyberDie folgenden Pakete sind nur halb konfiguriert, wahrscheinlich durch16:28
RedCyberProbleme während der ersten Konfiguration. Die Konfiguration sollte mit16:28
RedCyberdpkg --configure <Paket> oder mit dem Konfigurations-Menüeintrag in16:28
RedCyberdselect erneut versucht werden:16:28
RedCyber initramfs-tools      tools for generating an initramfs16:28
RedCyber linux-image-2.6.22-14-generic Linux kernel image for version 2.6.22 on x86/x8616:28
RedCyberroot@kubuntu:~# dpkg --configure initramfs-tools16:28
RedCyberRichte initramfs-tools ein (0.85eubuntu20) ...16:28
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)16:28
ubotuDeutschsprachige Hilfe fuer Probleme mit Ubuntu, Kubuntu und Edubuntu finden Sie in den Kanaelen #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #xubuntu-de und #edubuntu-de16:28
RedCyberupdate-initramfs: deferring update (trigger activated)16:28
RedCyberProcessing triggers for initramfs-tools ...16:28
RedCyberupdate-initramfs: Generating /boot/initrd.img-2.6.22-14-generic16:28
RedCybergzip: stdout: No space left on device16:28
RedCyberupdate-initramfs: failed for /boot/initrd.img-2.6.22-14-generic16:28
RedCyberdpkg: Unterprozess post-installation script gab den Fehlerwert 1 zurück16:28
geniiplease, boot16:28
geniitrappist: Thanks so very much16:29
trappistRedCyber: please don't paste here.16:29
Jucato!flood | RedCyber (again)16:30
ubotuRedCyber (again): pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #kubuntu channel topic)16:30
RedCyberwhere is the german connection??16:30
ubotuDeutschsprachige Hilfe fuer Probleme mit Ubuntu, Kubuntu und Edubuntu finden Sie in den Kanaelen #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #xubuntu-de und #edubuntu-de16:30
s-h-a-k-aHi could somebody help me16:32
s-h-a-k-aI just installed kubuntu16:32
s-h-a-k-aand updated it16:32
s-h-a-k-abut now I'm getting Error 15 on bootup16:32
nosrednaekimsharkk: with every kernel?16:33
nosrednaekims-h-a-k-a: ^^16:33
s-h-a-k-ait booted up fine before the update16:33
s-h-a-k-abut when I was updating it, I kept on getting errors16:33
s-h-a-k-ait would allow me to continue updating so I tried rebooting16:33
nosrednaekimwere those erros about initramfs?16:34
s-h-a-k-awhat do you mean?16:34
s-h-a-k-adidn't say anything but16:34
ForgeAuswhat package is default font 'fixed' in?16:34
s-h-a-k-adidn't really read the description16:35
nosrednaekims-h-a-k-a: so it doesn't even load grub?16:35
geniis-h-a-k-a: Are you now using the livecd on that same machine?16:35
s-h-a-k-ait loads grub16:35
s-h-a-k-agenii: No, not after I rebooted16:36
s-h-a-k-aI took it out when the installation said I must16:36
geniinosrednaekim: Likely it was rebooted before the new kernel image map etc was made.16:37
nosrednaekims-h-a-k-a: so what are you running right now?16:37
nosrednaekimgenii: yeah....16:37
s-h-a-k-aI'm on my 1st pc16:37
s-h-a-k-athe other pc is more like a test pc16:37
s-h-a-k-abut its running next to me16:37
nosrednaekimgenii: how do you fix that? chroot and apt-get upgrade?16:38
radesonhi, could somebody help me? when i starting krfb on kubuntu (7.10) i get an dialog that says configuration won't be saved. Configuration file /home/radeson/.kde/share/config/krfbrc is not to write16:39
s-h-a-k-abah I need to go afk16:39
s-h-a-k-awill be back later16:40
nosrednaekimradeson: try "sudo chown username.username /home/radeson/.kde/share/config/krfbrc"16:40
radesonthx i'll try it16:40
radesonnosrednaekim: thanx very much, it works16:41
intelkiey$( sudo chown `whoami`:`groups | cut -d' ' -f1` $HOME )16:43
nosrednaekimradeson: in the future, use kdesudo with graphical apps....16:43
geniinosrednaekim: How to fix is boot to livecd on same box, make sure network connectivity, then chroot and redo an apt-get install <linux kernel image name here>   type deal16:43
intelkiey$( sudo chown -R `whoami`:`groups | cut -d' ' -f1` $HOME )16:43
intelkieysorry.  needs recursion16:43
nosrednaekimgenii: ok16:43
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* genii hands intelkiey a coffee16:44
frank_intelkiey: what does that do? give ownership of every file in home directory to the user?16:44
intelkieygenii  tov16:44
Jucatohm... new spelling?16:44
intelkieygenii what did he do delete the kernel ?16:44
geniiintelkiey: He rebooted during an upgrade16:44
intelkieyfrank_ yes.16:45
pipjessica, hi16:45
intelkieyah   that's a   " no , no "16:46
spiroohow do I play up quicktime files?16:48
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/FreeFormats16:49
MilitantPotatospiroo: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Medibuntu16:49
ForgeAushey intelikey :)16:50
karthikpHas anyone seen the gOS website? http://www.thinkgos.com/index.html16:53
karthikpThe Kubuntu website should look as cool as that.16:53
* karthikp is smitten by the gOS website...16:54
* intelkiey smites karthikp 16:54
MilitantPotatolooks super clean and simple16:55
* karthikp wakes up from day dream and gets back to work.16:55
ForgeAusyeah how do I get those apps on my taskbar?16:55
ForgeAuserm launcher/ kmenu/whatever16:55
JucatogOS uses Enlightenment16:55
bubbaiḿ unable to play podcast in amarok coz of demug problem16:56
intelkieye17 ?16:56
ForgeAushey jucato :)16:56
karthikpBut I was smitten (*ducks*) by how neat and clean the website is.16:56
holxI have a problem with my kubuntu tower, it won't shut down normally, olny, when the power button is used16:56
Jucatohey ForgeAus16:57
ForgeAusyeah the website is nice16:57
Jucatokarthikp: if you can help with the Kubuntu website, please do16:57
ForgeAuskde's isn't bad, its just not as interactive and polished as gos'16:57
ForgeAusbut kde's is also much more informative16:57
Jucato"*should* be like that" is hardly possible if there are no people to do it16:57
karthikpI never learnt web design beyond html and a bit of css. :(16:57
Jucatoyeah... KDE isn't as unstable as E17 either... baaad KDE16:57
bubbado i need a certain plugin for amarok to play podcasts16:57
Jucatobubba: what format do the podcasts come in? mp3's? wma's?16:58
ForgeAuslol Jucato :)16:58
holxI could live with that, but that's not my tower, that's for an office:(16:58
* karthikp wishes he knew more web design...16:58
ForgeAusI thought you said e17 was a schizophrenic dm or something16:58
ForgeAuserm wm .. I'll get it right one day lol16:59
JucatoForgeAus: yeah.. KDE isn't schizo.. baad KDE...16:59
bubbai;ve just installed fluendo but didnt work16:59
Jucatobubba: fluendo doesn't work with Xine (which is what amarok uses)16:59
Jucatobubba: install libxine1-ffmpeg16:59
Jucato(or kubuntu-restricted-extras to get a whole bunch of other codecs and plugins)16:59
* intelkiey votes for "blackbox" for the win!16:59
ForgeAushehe I like fluxbox :)16:59
bubbaty jucato17:00
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holxnobody knows? Please? I have to get it done in a few hrs, I have googled like a maniac, no answer:(17:00
Jucatosorry no idea about the shutdown issue :(17:00
intelkieyholx normally that would be considered a "kernel" issue    that does assume that the shutdown process begins and ends with the power still on and some text on the monitor saying now powering down17:02
holxgoing to see, what it says, brb17:02
intelkieyholx normally that can be confirmed with the reboot option which will work.17:03
KR-datahow do I make xine use alsa in stead of oss, it seems to simply ignore that I set the sound system to be alsa17:03
Jucatoxine and alsa are not the same thing17:03
Jucatoer nvm17:04
Jucatosorry lol!17:04
* Jucato headdesks17:04
holxintelkiey, how exactly? Not really 100% at home with linux yet17:04
KR-dataJucato, lol :) been up for a long time? :p17:04
Jucatoit's 01:00... gimme a kup of koffee genii!!17:04
intelkieydon't beet your self up Jucato,  it's just your turn    that's all.17:04
JucatoI'm not a vegetable intelkiey :D17:04
KR-datahehe well your not the first to make a mistake like that :p17:05
* intelkiey replaces the coconut on Jucato's sholders with a pumpkin17:06
JucatoKR-data: if for Amarok, you can set it in Settings -> Configure AMarok -> Engine17:06
KR-dataJucato, I don't like Amarok, so I just use xine-ui, nice and simple :p but it is set to use alsa, but it ignores it, but well I'll give amarok a chance :)17:06
holxintelkiey, it won't say anything, just the kubuntu loading bar and then monitor shuts down17:07
intelkieyholx monitor goes off but box does not ?17:07
holxfor a few seconds, then starts again17:08
intelkieyholx shutdown is sending the wrong signal    try " sudo init 0 "  and see if it does the same thing17:09
holxk, hold on17:10
holxintelkiey, still does the same thing, could it be from hardware?17:12
emilsedgh_!mp3 > bahram17:12
intelkieyholx from hardware ?17:13
holxthe shutdown thing17:13
holxmaybe it won't power off properly17:13
intelkieyholx it's a kernel issue.    not sending the proper code to the bios for power off.     you might  mention it in #kernel   and see what they say.17:14
holxthank you for your time17:14
intelkieythere may be a know issue with your kernel version (patch may exist)17:15
intelkieythere may be a known issue with your hardware also.17:15
intelkieyi sujest exploring the former before the later17:16
intelkieycode monkeys are known for accepting the "your hardware is faulty" option if presented to them....17:17
holxheh, ok17:17
holxthank you again.17:17
intelkieyany time.17:17
ForgeAushehehe I have to agree there intelikey17:19
Muhammad_SaadHello, I want to know if the edubuntu cd comes along with the kernel development headers. I need them to compile my modem driver.17:22
Muhammad_SaadI asked my question at #edubuntu but do not get an answer17:22
intelkieyMuhammad_Saad i can't answer that either.   but, i'm pretty sure that the dvd does have them.17:24
nosrednaekimMuhammad_Saad: yes, they are on the CD,but not installed by deafult17:24
intelkieynosrednaekim to the rescue17:25
Muhammad_Saadwhich package?17:26
intelkieylinux-headers ?17:27
Muhammad_Saadlet me check17:27
Muhammad_SaadIn the directory /pool/main/l/linux-source-2.6.22 on the CD I see some packages starting with linux-headers-x.y.z.deb. Are these what I need?17:28
intelkiey!info linux-kernel-devel17:28
ubotulinux-kernel-devel (source: linux-source-2.6.22): Linux kernel hacking dependencies. In component main, is optional. Version 2.6.22-14.52 (gutsy), package size 46 kB, installed size 76 kB17:28
intelkiey!info linux-headers17:29
ubotuPackage linux-headers does not exist in gutsy17:29
intelkieyMuhammad_Saad i think so17:29
intelkieyMuhammad_Saad also see about build-essential17:29
ubotuCompiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first)17:30
ubotuCompiling software from source? Read the tips at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/CompilingSoftware (But remember to search for pre-built !packages first)17:31
* intelkiey lag explodes to 62seconds17:31
Muhammad_SaadI want to make everything sure before I install edubuntu because if I cannot install my modem's driver, I shall not be able to connect to the internet to download kernel headers.17:32
nosrednaekimMuhammad_Saad: they are on there, trust me.17:32
llutzmeta-package ist named "linux-headers-generic"17:32
intelkieyM$ EULA==Most Seem to Enable Usage by a Lying Answer.17:34
Muhammad_SaadThanks for all your help.17:36
nosrednaekimintelkiey: whats up with your nick?17:38
intelkieynosrednaekim ?    why what colour is it ?17:44
DanglyBitsis there a way to install kde 4.0.2 in gnome hardy?17:44
ubotuKDE 4.0.2 is the latest major release of the K Desktop Environment. KDE 4.0.2 packages can be found at http://kubuntu.org/announcements/kde-4.0.2.php - More information can be found at http://www.kde.org/announcements/announce-4.0.2.php - Support in #kubuntu-kde417:45
intelkieyor do you mean the spelling ?17:45
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frank_DanglyBits: install kde4-core I think17:46
bubbajucato i can listen my podcasts now :)17:48
Jucatobubba: great! :)17:48
bubbai'm trying to connect my mp3 player now17:48
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bubbai see in the mounting section...read only,,,quiet,,,,synchronous,,,,access time update17:49
bubbado u know what should i do,,,jucato17:50
Jucatoum... no?17:50
Chesherr_Catwhat exactly does r5u870: disagrees about version of symbol videobuf_streamoff mean in dmesg17:51
Chesherr_Catim trying to recompile my webcam driver because it has decided to stop working17:51
inteklieyuse more commas ?17:51
Chesherr_CatFATAL: Error inserting r5u870 (/lib/modules/2.6.22-14-generic/extra/r5u870.ko): Unknown symbol in module, or unknown parameter (see dmesg)17:52
Chesherr_Catand here is the pastebin for my dmesg http://pastebin.ca/93053117:53
inteklieysorry that was @ /dev/null   my badk.17:53
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sigma_1234where can i get a list of all available qt applications?18:03
Jucatosigma_1234: http://www.qt-apps.org and http://www.kde-apps.org18:04
intkelieyapt-cache search qt    will also produce a list of sorts18:06
matthew_what package gives the svn command line client?18:08
frank_matthew_: subversion18:09
matthew_wow.. ok, i didn't think anybody every actually spelled it out.18:10
frank_matthew_: hehe18:10
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babeckDoes anyone know how to get transparency to work in konsole 4.0.2?18:20
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compilerwriterLadies and Gents I am trying to install a deb package.  The package installer says that a dependency is not satisfiable.  It then goes on to mention a lib that is installed according to adept.  How do I go about resolving this?18:26
TameLionHi all..18:27
TameLionAnyone using MSN on Kopete on KDE 4.0.2?18:27
frank_compilerwriter: if the deb depends on another version of a package, that deb was not made for your version of ubuntu18:27
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* genii slides Jucato a coffee18:30
bubbai have a question....do i need to install a firewall on kubuntu...i dont think i have right now18:31
compilerwriterSo frank_ you think the problem is that I have the wrong version of kdelib4c2a installed?18:31
bubbai'm looking in system setting and cant see one18:31
Riddellbubba: no, you don;t18:32
frank_compilerwriter: is that the error you get? what deb are you trying to install?18:33
compilerwriterfrank_ I am trying to install a deb that is a klamav frontend.18:35
frank_Riddell: I'm not sure who worked on the automatic printer installation in hardy but it worked like magic for my Brother ML-2510 ;-)18:36
Riddellfrank_: excellent!18:36
Riddellfrank_: did you get the icon in the corner?18:36
frank_Riddell: yeah18:36
compilerwriterklamav_0.42-oldkid1_i386.deb is what I am trying to install frank_18:37
frank_compilerwriter: why don't you just install the one from the repository?18:38
compilerwriterThere is a front end from the repo?  I thought I had installed the version from the repo that was terminal only frank_18:38
frank_compilerwriter: well there is a package called klamav18:39
frank_!info klamav18:39
ubotuklamav (source: klamav): KDE frontend for ClamAV. In component universe, is optional. Version 0.41.1-0ubuntu1 (gutsy), package size 735 kB, installed size 2296 kB18:39
compilerwriterthanks frank_18:40
adam_i just installed the vice emulator but i have no idea how can i run it?18:40
adam_any idea about the vice emulator?18:44
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TameLionErr... did the kopete from 4.0.2 make it into the PPA?18:54
TameLionI seem to be running everythin 4.0.2 but still getting bugs in Kopete from the 4.0.1 version18:54
ForgeAusadman vice is for commodore computers18:55
ForgeAusyou need a disk or tape or cartridge image18:55
Vermuxwith which software I can create bitmap files?18:58
bubbahow do i install karamba?18:59
ForgeAusapt-get install karumba ?18:59
ForgeAusisn't it superkarumba tho?18:59
ScorpKingVermux: gimp18:59
ForgeAusdunno about the one in kde4 (its probably built into something else)18:59
bubbasuperkarumba ok19:00
ForgeAushehe if it were me I'd call it ai-karumba :)19:00
ScorpKingplasma will take care of the superkaramba stuff in kde419:00
Vermuxwhich is better, gimp or karumba/>19:00
ForgeAussee I thought it had something to do karumba's job :)19:01
ForgeAusVermux karumba isn't a bitmap maker19:01
ForgeAusits a desktop widget thingy19:01
Vermux, thanks19:01
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DanglyBitsjust installed kubuntu and all my window fonts are small how do i correct this?19:05
frank_DanglyBits: System Settings->Appearance->fonts19:06
DanglyBitssome of the fonts are still small in programs like xchat.19:08
frank_DanglyBits: ummm xchat is not a kde program. maybe the option is in xchat itself19:08
cuzntgutsy sound does not work19:10
bubbahow i get superkaramba (karumba :) )19:10
stdinfrank_: System Settings > Appearance > GTK Styles and Fonts19:10
stdinbubba: install the package19:10
frank_DanglyBits: ^^19:11
ForgeAusbubba do a search for it in adept_manager or kpackage or aptitude or dselect19:11
bubbai did in adept_manager didnt see it19:11
stdin!info superkaramba | bubba19:11
ubotububba: superkaramba (source: kdeutils): a program based on karamba improving the eyecandy of KDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 4:3.5.8-0ubuntu1 (gutsy), package size 533 kB, installed size 1424 kB19:12
ubotusuperkaramba is an application that gives you interactive eye-candy on your desktop. To get themes for it, head over to http://kde-look.org19:12
stdinmake sure you have universe enabled19:12
DanglyBitsproblem solved...needed to install the microsfoft truetype fonts19:14
ForgeAusI still can't get used to using ark19:14
bubbahow i have universe enabled stdin19:14
stdin!repos | bubba19:15
ubotububba: The packages in Kubuntu are divided into various sections. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Kubuntu - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecommendedSources for the recommended way to set up your repositories19:15
ubotuThe packages in Kubuntu are divided into various sections. See https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Repositories/Kubuntu - See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/RecommendedSources for the recommended way to set up your repositories19:15
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bubbawell i have universe i dont see karamba19:27
ForgeAuswhat manager are you using? adept?19:30
bubbain adding repositories...which is best gutsy partner or gutsy partner (source code)19:36
ForgeAusgutsy partner?19:36
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anon32bubba, um... they're different things. That's like asking whether cars or airplanes are better.19:37
frank_bubba: the source code one is optional19:37
anon32As you *should* see, one is binary and the other is "source" packages.19:37
bubbaah ok ty frank19:37
frank_bubba: not much is useful there though19:38
bubbai'm looking for superkaramba19:38
intelikeyi think i'm still lagging    -:- CTCP PING reply from intelikey: 104.957 seconds19:39
frank_bubba: it's in universe. what version of ubuntu do you have?19:39
bubbai've just install it yesterday19:39
bubbakubuntu 719:39
intelikeyanon32 thinks so too.19:40
intelikey7 4    or  7 1019:40
frank_I just checked superkaramba is in the repos since 6.0619:42
teo_the windows border is not displayed.. its only displayed when i run compiz in terminal19:42
weedarI'm running firefox3 and java isn't working - does anyone know of a fix?19:43
intelikeyi can't understand why epic transposes anything with a number in it on the input line  but when it posts it to the channel it's not transposed.    i.e.   i type 7 4 and it looks like 4 7 to me until i hit enter...    same with any1 looks like 1any19:45
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windvogelHello everybody!19:52
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dragon_hi anyone got ventrilo woring on ubuntu19:53
brewmasteranyone familiar with brother printers and bad margins?19:54
brewmastergoogling yielded nothing19:54
brewmastermy test page prints perfectly, but everything else is cut off at the top19:54
dragon_anyone got ventrilo working on kubuntu yet?19:54
DOOM_NXhello :)19:57
dragon_anyone got ventrilo working on kubuntu yet?19:58
dragon_anyone got ventrilo working on kubuntu yet? i have tryed wine but locks mouse when i goto setup19:59
dragon_anyone got ventrilo working on kubuntu yet? i have tryed wine but locks mouse when i goto setup20:00
* intelikey doesn't even know what ventrilo is, but if you have to run it in wine doesn't want to know.20:02
ForgeAusdoes anaconda installer work on ubuntu?20:02
bubbai have wrong repository  link in the installer...now i cant open it...how do i delete that link20:02
intelikeybrewmaster my one and only dealing with a brother device took me to their web site for linux drivers      not at all what i would reccomend to others.20:03
brewmasterintelikey, heh, i installed their driver20:03
brewmasterdoesn't seem much use20:03
dewdanyone here having troubles with kde 3.5.9 ?20:04
intelikeyForgeAus ummm it "might" but it's the redhat installer application   why would you want to use it in ubuntu ?20:04
brewmastercups ftl20:04
intelikeyForgeAus what i'm saying is it's geared for rpm based distros20:04
nosrednaekimbubba: in what installer?20:04
nosrednaekimbubba: you mean in /etc/apt/sources.list?20:05
intelikeybubba you can edit your sources.list manually if need be.     sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list20:05
ForgeAusintelikey thats precisely why20:05
ForgeAuspackage unity...20:05
intelikey!alian | ForgeAus20:05
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about alian - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi20:05
ForgeAusbut that involves converting packages and apparently its dangerous20:06
ForgeAusI'm hoping anaconda handles things in a safer way20:06
ForgeAusapparently it modifies apt... (which itself sounds dangerous)20:07
intelikeyForgeAus "safer"  i doubt it.  but good luck anyway.20:07
intelikeyi'm going to take a long hot bath and forget that irc exists...20:08
dewdhowto downgrade from kde 3.5.9 to 3.5.8 ?20:09
dewd.9 is crap20:09
dragon_anyone got ventrilo working on kubuntu yet?20:09
vervedewd: why?20:09
dragon_tryed wine but it locks mouse up when i enter setup20:10
bubbahow do i change my source list from konsole20:10
MinnozzHi, does anybody have any idea why gtk-gnutella gives timeouts on every attempt to connect to an ultrapeer?20:10
ForgeAuswhats so bad about .9?20:10
dewdverve: lot's of problems .. kded hangs up a lot when connecting usb drives (phones and such)20:11
nosrednaekimholy crap....Xorg is using 259MB of ram!20:11
dewdkicker keeps hiding when hiding is on20:11
anon32nosrednaekim, plz to disable shared VRAM :-)20:11
dewddoesn't come up until alt+f120:11
dewdand now I fucked up the path to desktop20:12
ForgeAuswaht you can't set it to pop back up on mouse?20:12
dewdit shows the root folder now :-S20:12
dewd_VERY_ annoying20:12
dewdyes it _should_ pop up20:12
dragon_ anyone got ventrilo working on kubuntu yet? tryed wine but it locks mouse up when i enter setup20:13
dewdI really don't want to empty my .kde folder and move all kinds of stuff back20:13
frank_nosrednaekim: you can use xrestop to see who the culprits are20:13
dewddragon_: use the wine repo from winehq.org20:13
dewdit should work with an recent wine20:14
dragon_kk though i had newest one20:14
martijn81when will the next alpha be released? i want to check a bug report20:15
dewdkan someone paste an $HOME/.kde/share/config/kdeglobals as it appears to be broken, I cannot change the path via kcontrol20:16
dewdthis really sucks20:16
nosrednaekimdewd: can try20:16
dewdkcontrol makes a lot of kdeglobalsECJrjb.new alike files20:16
dewdbut no change to my problem20:17
frank_martijn81: alpha6 has been/will be released today20:17
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)20:17
nosrednaekimdewd: http://paste.ubuntu-nl.org/58667/20:18
martijn81frank_: it' s not on kubuntu.org homepage yet20:18
frank_martijn81: maybe it's later today20:19
dewdhmm that's kde4 right ?20:19
nosrednaekimthere will be a kde4 CD...20:19
bubbathe apt databe cannot open...how i fix that20:19
ubotuIf an APT front-end crashed and your database is locked, try this in a !terminal: « sudo fuser -vki /var/lib/dpkg/lock;sudo dpkg --configure -a »20:20
ForgeAusapt-get update usually re-reads the database but if the database is messed up then yes it should be fixed20:23
dewdpff the desktop thingy is fixed20:28
nosrednaekimdewd: awesome20:29
dewdyeah it was really irritating ..20:29
dewduhh so the autohide thing is kinda weird too ..20:29
dewdI've now configured it so that it will popup when pointer comes to left bottom20:29
dewdbut this is not really what's normal20:30
ForgeAusdewd I generally set it to a side (well bottom) rather than a corner20:30
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ForgeAusahh edge, thats the word I was looking for20:30
ForgeAusan edge of the screen20:30
dewdah k this is the default I read over this option .. it should work without this setting I think20:31
dewdbut this works :-)20:31
dewdwell that was the last time I played with kde4 for a long time20:32
dewdstill impossible to manage the panel properly20:32
nosrednaekimthat was 3.5.9 wasn't it?20:32
martijn81guys, currenty the "checking the mirrorserver" does not work in the installation of 7.1020:32
dewdI'd like to add an normal menu button but all widgets added come in the far right20:33
el-gokulodewd, it wont work for at least kde 4.120:33
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martijn81and i am not the only one in this, i have seen at least one other person complaining about this in the last days20:33
dewdyeah it is kde 3.5.9 but I moved my .kde for testing kde420:33
martijn81this needs a fix asaop20:33
dewdthen the problems started after moving Desktop and .kde back20:33
dewdYeah it is not really useable now if you ask me20:34
dewdThey kinda rushed it imho20:34
el-gokulofor kde purposes ive got an kde4 user :P20:34
bubbaok i did sudo fuser -vki /var/lib/dpkg/lock;sudo dpkg --configure -a and i still cant open it20:34
martijn81can anyone look into this20:34
dewdthis is kinda what I expected for an beta but the beta did even (far) less :-)20:34
martijn81i now have sidux installed because of this20:34
ForgeAusbubba what happens when you sudo apt-get update ?20:34
ForgeAuswhats sidux?20:35
dewdmartijn what's your prob20:35
martijn81ForgeAus: sidux is just another debian based distro20:35
bubbaforgeaus...it tells me my source is not know20:35
bubbai want to delete it20:36
ForgeAusoh based on debian sid20:36
ForgeAuswouldn't that be unstable?20:36
martijn81dewd: my problem is that the installation of kubuntu 7.10 IDLE's on 82% when it says "checking the mirrorserver" (translated)20:36
martijn81ForgeAus: i dunno, it worked :D20:36
nosrednaekimmartijn81: simplest way to fix that is to remove the network cable during installation20:36
dewdhmmz during cd install you mean ?20:36
ForgeAusbubba check your /etc/apt/sources.list (and/or manage repositories in adept)20:36
bubbawell i cant open adept20:37
martijn81nosrednaekim: ok, did not know that, but i forsee people steering away from kubuntu because of this20:37
bubbapermission denied forgeaus20:37
nosrednaekimmartijn81: yeah.... i'm not sure why it started happening.... doesn't happen to everyone either20:37
dewdSo after connecting my phone in usb transfer mode kded is hogging a core @ 100%20:37
bubbai'm new to linux20:38
martijn81i see20:38
dewdthis nearly costed me a keyboard a few day's back20:38
martijn81thanks for listening to me though20:38
nosrednaekimmartijn81: :)20:38
dewdwhen selecting the automount in properties for the device20:38
dewdthat wasn't the case in 3.5.820:39
nosrednaekimdewd: yep... I've heard of that bug too.20:39
dewdI'd really like to go back20:39
dewdnosrednaekim: can it be fixed ?20:39
nosrednaekimdewd: I have not installed 3.5.9 to find out ;)20:39
dewdnosrednaekim: I've removed the 3.5.9 repo from sources how to downgrade this crap20:40
nosrednaekimdewd: probably pretty hard....20:40
nosrednaekimdewd: you'd have to remove all the kde packages and then reinstall the old versions20:40
dewdargg not via pinning or something20:41
nosrednaekimyou might be able to... i'm not too good with apt/dpkg20:41
dewdpin one pkg downgrade that and have apt sort out deps ?20:41
cuznthi i am using kubuntu gutsy and my screen resolution changed to the refresh rate of 61hz i am using the live disk and need to change it back to 60hz20:41
nosrednaekimmight work20:41
nosrednaekimcuznt: reboot into recovery mode from grub and run the following command "sudo dpkg-reconfigure -phigh xserver-sorg"20:42
* dewd is thinking about gentoo again (k)ubuntu is deteriorating fast stuff doesn't get fixed (check the kdeobexsrv bug omg)20:42
cuznti will try thanks20:44
dewdbut downrading should be possible this should be possible in apt .. right20:44
nosrednaekimdewd: should be, i've just never tried to do it20:44
dewdI'd really like to put some mp3's on my phone the trivial stuff20:45
dewdnosrednaekim: do you know an bugid for that bug20:45
dewdperhaps there is an fix20:45
nosrednaekimdewd: I can look it up..20:45
dewdgreat couldn't find it20:45
dewdkinda gay when someone asks you to put some mp3's on their phones or whatever (now my phone) "that linux stuff sux can't even  put mp3 on my phone"20:46
anon32(and mp3 sucks)20:47
martijn81lame is nice though20:48
Ahmuckhi.  has something changed with the way kubuntu handles wireless?20:48
dewdanon32: well it might sux but I do like some noise while on the public transportation20:48
martijn81mut ogg vorbis is the way to go (good jamendo.com has realized this too)20:48
dewdvorbis is nice but ipod does not play it20:48
anon32bah, MPEG-2/4 AAC is far superior to Xiph.org Vorbis20:48
dewdn95 probably won't either20:49
lifeAnyone use kde 4.0.2 or know anything about why the plasma workspace might crash?20:49
martijn81dewd: there actually is a project for it to play on the ipod20:49
dewdcosts more battery power as well20:49
dewdmartijn81: I know but it suxx20:49
martijn81it does?20:49
dewdstill I think20:49
dewdyeah did at least20:49
dewdcpu isn't up to it20:49
anon32Rockbox is all software so it uses up more battery life20:49
anon32and is kind of slow20:50
dewdyeah so until that changes .. I just like the noise don't really care about the route20:50
dewdas long as it goes from my PC to my phone and then in my ears20:51
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martijn81dewd: but you should a an iriver or iaudio anyways20:51
martijn81not a ipod20:51
dewdyeah but I got an 2G ipod from someone20:52
dewdso welll ..20:52
dewdsame goes for my phone btw I think it will eat more cpu power20:52
dewdstoopid n95 has very bad battery life already20:52
dewdnosrednaekim: can you find the id ?20:53
BizMan210whats the best way to watch and/or listne to music from any machine in the world on kubuntu? is ithrough samba and ssh, or a media server like jinzora20:54
dewdbtw is it possible to use the kde4 theme in kde3 ?20:54
dewdlooks pretty good20:54
nosrednaekimdewd: looking...20:54
nosrednaekimdewd: nope... only for qt4 apps20:54
dewdtoo bad thanx20:54
JoshOvkiBizMan210: GNUMP3d  i would say for listening20:55
nosrednaekimoh yeah... its beautiful :)20:55
nosrednaekimdewd: sorry, my internet is super-slow20:55
lifehey, again, nosrednaekim20:56
nosrednaekimhey life20:57
dewdnosrednaekim: I found it guess I was too early when searching before20:58
nosrednaekimdewd: great21:00
nosrednaekimcause I have to go :)21:00
dewdno fix though21:00
cuznthi i was just in here21:02
cuzntinstalled gutsy and somehow the resolution changed and refresh rate and i can not get past the boot21:03
cuznti do not know how to get to recovery mode21:03
manu_i cant get my apt installer open :(21:04
cuzntmanu what do you need it for?21:05
cuzntyou can use the terminal21:05
bubbasorry i had to reboot21:05
cuzntmaybe there are unresovled dependancies21:05
bubbai put wrong source in it21:06
bubbanow i cant open it21:06
ScorpKingcuznt: press <esc> when the computer start and select recovery mode in the grub menu21:06
ScorpKingor just press <ctrl>+<alt>+<f1>21:06
dhq!find libgtk-x11-2.0.so.021:06
ubotuFile libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0 found in libgtk2.0-021:07
bubbahow can i delete a source in apt-installer21:07
bobesponjaI have windows on my laptop, does kubuntu comes with a partitioner so I can keep them both on dual boot or do I need to use a partition app on windows first?21:08
dhq!find libglib1.221:08
ubotuFound: libglib1.2, libglib1.2-dbg, libglib1.2-dev21:08
lifebobesponja: the kubuntu setup will give you partitioning options21:09
bobesponjalife: thanks, my last version of kubuntu on cd is 6.06, does it have that too?21:09
lifebobesponja: Hmm, not sure, but I think it should21:10
daianame pasan la pag donde bablan castellanoi_21:10
NickPresta!es | daiana21:10
ubotudaiana: Si busca ayuda en español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es, allí obtendrá más ayuda.21:10
BizMan210hey guys whats the best way to watch movies from my pc at home anywhere in the world?21:11
dhqBizMan210: VLC21:11
BizMan210dhq, how do i set that up, do i need to set up a media server or something.. .samba shares?21:11
bubbacan anyone tell me how to get full permission in the terminal21:11
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BizMan210bubba: sudo -s21:12
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BizMan210enter ur password21:12
bubbai did21:12
dhqbubba: try sudo -i21:12
bubbabut it doesnt allow me to change the source list21:12
bubbai still get permission denied21:13
BizMan210dhq, how do i get vlc to stream content?21:14
dhqBizMan210: well just set up the media stream and your done21:14
ArwenBizMan210, it's buried in VLC's documentation. Or you can use the "streaming/transcoding" wizard.21:14
Ahmuckanyone installed postbooks?21:14
BizMan210bubba: try this.... chmod -R 777 /etc/apt/source.list21:15
Arwenor do you mean "how do I get VLC to play streams"?21:15
BizMan210No, i want to be able to play music and movies from any computer21:15
BizMan210i just dont know if i need to set up a server, samba shares or what21:15
Arwenoh, SAMBA should work fine for that (long as you don't need super-high performance)21:16
Arwenthen you can mount the shares on the clients and play files as though they were local21:16
BizMan210how do i do that aiwen21:16
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about fixapt - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi21:16
Arwen!smb | BizMan21021:16
ubotuBizMan210: Samba 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.21:16
Arwensee the second link21:17
BizMan210from any computer in the world21:17
BizMan210not on my home network21:17
Arwenoh... that...21:17
BizMan210i mean, i can ssh in and stff21:17
Arwenyou probably want to run an FTP or similar server21:17
ArwenI've no experience here, so you'll have to figure out how to secure that yourself21:17
dhqwell you have to setup ssh and all21:17
bubbanot working bizman21:18
BizMan210i have ssh up and running21:18
Arwensftp is not a good way to stream media. Unless you have a ridiculously fast CPU.21:18
BizMan210i have no problem getting in21:18
BizMan210what about a media serveer21:18
bubbaits getting painfull here21:18
bubbawrong link and i cant delete it21:18
Arwena "media server" is just any other kind of server that hosts media21:18
BizMan210like jinzura21:18
Arwenunless you're thinking of some kind of stream server, which doesn't quite work because then you can't select the media to play from the client21:19
BizMan210i was reading if i setup it up, i can just cache my movies or music so it loads some into memory first21:19
BizMan210and i shluld hav eno problem sreaming21:20
dhqfind libglibmm-2.4-1c2a21:20
ubuntu_ok i figured out how to get to the recovery mode. to reset my moniter hz rate i was told to "sudo dpkg -reconfigure -phigh xserver-xorg21:22
ubuntu_that did not work21:22
BizMan210so no ideas guys?21:22
ubuntu_no it did not21:23
ubuntu_im at 64.1  and 6121:24
dhq!fix apt21:24
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about fix apt - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi21:24
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ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about fixapt - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi21:24
cuznti am using a live cd on said pc now21:24
ScorpKing!aptfix > dhq21:24
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 »21:25
cuzntto get here. tried reistalling21:25
bubbai'll to reinstall all because of a bad link....:(21:25
bubbai did ubotu it wont work21:26
ubotuThe X Window System is the part of your system that's responsible for graphical output. To restart your X, type « sudo /etc/init.d/?dm restart » in a console - To fix screen resolution or other X problems: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto21:28
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about songbird - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi21:28
dthacker-workubotu, ubotu, ubotu.21:29
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about ubotu, ubotu. - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi21:29
bubbawhy do i get permission denied if i'm the root21:30
heathcan anyone help me get my mic to work??21:31
ubotuYum! Err, I mean, APT!21:31
ForgeAusbubba? doesn't sound right21:31
bubbai know21:31
bubbawhy doesnt it let me delete that source21:32
bubbaits not too much to ask21:32
epztI did install kde4 for a quit test and after some days uninstall it, but since, kdm does not work and I can't reinstall it21:33
ForgeAuskdm doesn't work? uh? what?21:34
ForgeAususe xephyr21:34
epztkdm is not install, I guess it's been install with kde421:35
epztininstall sorry21:35
bubbaok i'm going to reinstall21:35
ForgeAussudo make me a sandwich21:35
ForgeAushehehe - http://xkcd.com/149/21:35
xevi__anyone knows the name of the spanish chanel of kubuntu?21:35
ForgeAuskubuntu-es ?21:36
ForgeAuserm I mean #kubuntu-es ?21:36
xevi__ok thanks21:36
* bobesponja thinks #kubuntu-es should be added to topic :)21:36
epztI try: sudo apt-get install --reinstall kdm, but get errors concerning dependance unsatisfy21:38
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dthacker-workForgeAus: xkcd ++21:39
dthacker-workepzt: what install tool are you using?21:40
epztsoryy, adept21:41
dthacker-workepzt: doesn't adept have a solve switch that will pull in other packages?21:41
epztI going to have a look to21:42
LadyNikonI need some help with monitor resolutions.. my monitor acer al2216W is not in the list of monitors21:42
LadyNikonhow i can kubuntu to see the correct resolution21:42
Sylvia-Hello, play online with me ,21:43
dthacker-workSylvia: move along21:43
ubotuThe Ubuntu Code of Conduct to which we ask all Ubuntu users to adhere can be found at http://www.ubuntu.com/community/conduct/21:43
LadyNikonSylvia-: please do not spam here21:44
dthacker-workLadyNikon: http://help.ubuntu.com/community/FixVideoResolutionHowto21:44
dthacker-workLadyNikon: that was typed, not cut and paste so beware my typos :)21:44
* LadyNikon sighs21:45
dthacker-workLadyNikon: when you find the correct resolution, you may want to post a bug to launchpad to get it added to the next version.21:47
epztin adept when I want to install kdm, it says "interrup (install)"21:47
epztwhat does it mean ?21:47
dthacker-workepzt: did adept crash while you were using it?21:49
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 »21:49
epztworks fine21:49
dthacker-workepzt: do you have any other packages selected for install besides kdm?21:50
epztno, just kdm21:50
epztI tried also in a command line: sudo apt-get install --reinstall kdm, but no success21:51
epztkdm: Dépend: kdebase-bin (= 4:3.5.8-0ubuntu2.2) mais 4:3.5.8-2ubuntu3~gutsy1~ppa1 devra être installé E: Paquets défectueux21:52
epztthat's what it says (sorry it's in french)21:52
dthacker-workepzt: I'm sorry, but I'm out of ideas.  Anyone else have a tip?21:52
dhqi messed around with glibc and gtk now i get errors can anyone help21:53
epztthe think which surprise me is that I comment the deb line for kde4 packages in the sources.list file, but still list the kde4 package in adept21:54
LadyNikondthacker-work: my resolution is worse now :/22:07
re-alignAny way to get Kopete to play a sound when you recieve an IM, or buddies come online?22:07
re-alignOr should I try finding a different client?22:09
LadyNikonheh most people are trying to turn that crap off22:09
re-alignIt never has played sounds for me. And my sound system works (I watch DVDs frequently).22:11
ubotuInstant Messenger Client Kopete (http://kopete.kde.org) is supporting MSN, Jabber, AIM, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise, ICQ and IRC. See also !Pidgin22:16
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 !Kopete22:17
LadyNikonre-align: i you want sound use Pidgin22:17
LadyNikonits a nice program.22:17
dthacker-workLady Nikon: sorry, but you're in trial and error land.....22:18
LadyNikonmore like broken and big land :S22:19
re-alignRight, I'll get Pidgin.22:19
re-alignThanks guys, and ubotu22:19
LadyNikondthacker-work: i dunno what i did..22:22
LadyNikonbut i got the correct resolution22:22
LadyNikonwhen i did the 2nd thing under that link22:23
LadyNikonit forgot everything else :S22:23
dannyHey, Anyone know the easyest way to upgrade to KDE4? I am running hardy with kde322:23
NickPrestadanny, hardy questions in #ubuntu+1 (you can also try #kubuntu-kde4)22:24
dthacker-workLadyNikon: everything else?22:26
dannyNickPresta: ok, thanks!22:26
LadyNikoni dunno.. it took me back to 680x764 or something22:26
LadyNikonit detected it.. in that program fine.. but when restarting X.. it didnt work22:27
dthacker-workLadyNikon: so xresshow worked, but the values did not get into your xorg.conf file?22:27
LadyNikoni guess .. because everything came up wrong22:28
LadyNikonI went into kde and changed it from the monitor section22:28
LadyNikonkept playing around til i found a setting that would take22:28
dthacker-workLadyNikon: did your xorg.conf file change?22:29
giuseppeHi, my firefox today does not run. It's very strange!22:30
giuseppecan you help me?22:30
MilitantPotatogiuseppe: is it running but crashed?22:30
giuseppeI already restarted my pc, but nothing22:30
MilitantPotatoah nvm22:30
giuseppeyou mean if it runs in background?22:30
giuseppeMilitantPotato: I try to launch it, as always, but today it does not run!22:31
LadyNikondthacker-work: the Xorg has the correct monitor identifier.. but the wrong model name22:32
LadyNikonits almost like the xorg and the kde monitor setting merged22:32
LadyNikoni dunno22:32
LadyNikoni gotta do my homework and study for midterms22:32
giuseppeMilitantPotato: sorry, any help?22:32
LadyNikonI guess i will just troubleshoot it a lil later22:32
wswindellany one have myspace?22:32
LadyNikonwswindell: thats off topic here22:33
MilitantPotatogiuseppe: I've no idea, you could try re-installing it, but I honestly don't know22:33
dthacker-workLadyNikon:  you may want to save a backup copy and edit it manually.   I'm going to have to sign off now.   Good Luck.22:33
MilitantPotatogiuseppe: what happens when you try and run it from terminal?22:33
wswindellcan it network kubuntu with a vista pc22:33
LadyNikondthacker-work: thanks anyways22:33
NickPrestagiuseppe, what is wrong with your firefox installation?22:33
andrea_someone in italian?22:34
LadyNikonwswindell: myspace the website?22:34
NickPresta!it | andrea_22:34
wswindell!HELP! Is it possible to network a kubuntu pc with a windows vista pc22:34
ubotuandrea_: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie!22:34
MilitantPotatowswindell: yep, with samba22:34
NickPresta!samba | wswindell22:34
ubotuwswindell: Samba 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.22:34
LadyNikonwhat NickPresta said22:34
wswindellhow do install samba?22:34
giuseppeNickPresta: I installed it in right way and it worked fine, but today ir does not run22:35
MilitantPotatovisit the links above :)22:35
NickPrestawswindell, https://help.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/serverguide/C/installing-samba.html22:35
wswindelli know, i was typing when you replied22:35
NickPrestagiuseppe, what happens when you run 'firefox' from the console?22:35
MilitantPotatowswindell: I like the program gsambad for changing samba settings, makes it pretty simple for me22:35
giuseppeNickPresta: now I try!22:35
wswindellNickPresta, you helped me last night. thanx a Million!22:36
NickPrestawswindell, yep, no problem.22:36
giuseppeNickPresta: this is the answer:22:36
giuseppe(gecko:7646): Pango-WARNING **: failed to create cairo scaled font, expect ugly output. the offending font is 'Garamond 8.3994140625'22:36
giuseppeSegmentation fault (core dumped)22:36
wswindellpeople thought i was rude last night for typing in all capitals to get peoples attn22:37
wswindellhow can i connect to other irc servers?22:38
NickPrestagiuseppe, did you recently install fonts?22:38
wswindellis it possible to install a program such as REALplayer on kubuntu22:38
NickPrestawswindell, open a new server tab and type: /server SERVER_URI where SERVER_URI is irc.freenode.net or something22:38
NickPresta!realplayer | wswindell22:38
MilitantPotato!codecs | wswindell22:39
ubotuwswindell: 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/FreeFormats22:39
giuseppeNickPresta: I tried to change character used by Firefox. So I guess I have to change it... but I don't konw how...22:39
Samretпосле ребута он опять не примонтирован22:39
MilitantPotatogiuseppe: if you've got your bookmarks backed up, you could delete your .firefox folder in your home directory22:40
wswindellwhat do you mean22:40
MilitantPotatowswindell: visit those links :)22:40
wswindelli have no internet connection22:40
MilitantPotatohow are you on here?22:40
giuseppeMilitantPotato: do you know how can I check if I have my bookmarks backed up?22:40
MilitantPotatogiuseppe: if you did it yourself :)22:41
MilitantPotatogiuseppe: I'll get the file name you should copy22:41
wswindellthrough PSP linux with A wireless hotel router22:41
giuseppeMilitantPotato: right!22:41
wswindellPlaystation Portable Linux next to my non wireless kubuntu laptop22:42
wswindelli am only 15 yrs old22:42
wswindellfuck you22:42
Philip5i just installed kde4 with kubuntu and when i login with a clean config setup with kde4 i get a widget within a widget that has the panel with the systray and the clock. the panel is located like in the middle of the screen as that widget isn't full screen... is this a known problem for some?22:42
wswindellMilitantPotato: fuck you bitch22:43
MilitantPotato!ohmy | wswindell22:43
ubotuwswindell: Please watch your language and topic to help keep this channel family friendly.22:43
ubotuHelp! Riddell, Tm_T, fdoving, Mez, stdin, jpatrick, seth_k, apokryphos, nalioth, Hobbsee, robotgeek, imbrandon, gnomefreak, Hawkwind, trappist, LjL, Jucato,  haggai, fooishbar, crimsun, seth, apokryphos, DBO, nixternal, PriceChild or jussi01!22:43
giuseppeMilitantPotato: now the message is this:22:43
giuseppe(gecko:7929): Pango-WARNING **: failed to create cairo scaled font, expect ugly output. the offending font is 'Garamond 8.3994140625'22:43
giuseppeSegmentation fault (core dumped)22:43
MilitantPotatogiuseppe: ~/.mozilla/firefox/*****/bookmarks.html22:44
MilitantPotato~/ being your home directory22:44
giuseppeMilitantPotato: I try22:47
tdnWhere can I find backports of dcraw for Ubuntu? I would like to get a version that is at least 8.76.22:49
erenrichIs there a channel to discuss the hardy alpha?22:49
MilitantPotatoerenrich: #ubuntu+122:49
giuseppeMilitantPotato: same message. I deleted file suggested by you.. but nothing22:50
MilitantPotatoback that up :(22:50
MilitantPotatothat's your favorites22:50
giuseppewell, I just moved in another directory22:51
MilitantPotatook :)22:52
giuseppeso please, what I have to do?22:53
MilitantPotatosorry my A key got stuck22:53
MilitantPotatokids and their juice :)22:53
giuseppeMilitantPotato: I have copied the file... now what I have to do?22:54
MilitantPotatomove the .mozilla folder to your desktop22:54
giuseppeMilitantPotato: I have to move all content of firefox's folder?22:55
MilitantPotatothe firefox folder itself22:55
MilitantPotatonot the contents22:55
giuseppeMilitantPotato: ok22:56
MilitantPotatothen open firefox, see how that goes22:56
MilitantPotatoit should reset firefox to the default configuration, did for me atleast22:57
giuseppeMilitantPotato: you were right! thanks a lot!22:59
MilitantPotatogiuseppe: go to bookmarks then organize22:59
MilitantPotatothen File>Import22:59
MilitantPotatofind that bookmarks.html file, and open it22:59
MilitantPotatoit will put your bookmarks back.22:59
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giuseppeMilitantPotato: done!23:01
MilitantPotatogiuseppe: :)23:01
giuseppeMilitantPotato: but is it possible to recover also skin and plugin I installed b4?23:01
MilitantPotatogiuseppe: probably, but I'm not sure which files are what in firefox23:02
giuseppeMilitantPotato: Oh I see! By the way thanks very very much... I learned one more thing this night :-D23:03
MilitantPotatothe extentions folder maybe23:03
MilitantPotatocopying that over might help23:03
MilitantPotatogiuseppe: no problem, glad I could help23:03
wmgriesThis might be a novice question, but is there a torrent download option for the CD version of Kubuntu 7.10?  I must be missing it if there is.23:05
giuseppeMilitantPotato: great! It seems work fine ;)23:05
jaweewmgries: nope, as the directory listing shows: http://torrent.ubuntu.com/kubuntu/releases/gutsy/release/23:06
wmgriesjawee: ok, thanks then23:06
NickPrestawmgries, there is a torrent for the Kubuntu DVDs (which include more default applications). If you head to the directory listing on a mirror (like this http://mirror.anl.gov/pub/ubuntu-iso/CDs/kubuntu/gutsy/) they sometimes have torrents for the CDs23:06
jaweewmgries: I'm looking, but have yet to find an unofficial torrent, but there is undoubtely one out there.23:07
jaweewmgries: ah, here we go: http://isohunt.com/torrent_details/27753627/?tab=summary23:08
NickPrestajawee, http://mirror.anl.gov/pub/ubuntu-iso/CDs/kubuntu/gutsy/23:08
wmgriesjawee & NickPresta: thanks for the help23:09
jaweeNickPresta: oh, missed that. :-)23:09
NickPresta:) most mirrors should have torrents available.23:09
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Overlockhello tlm23:13
Overlockhi all23:13
boggystudiosHas any one here heard of an open source program that helps one learn another language, like japanese?23:14
jaweeboggystudios: http://edu.kde.org/klatin/ <- KLatin :)23:16
erenrichAnyone know why my sudo would fail to execute the command and not print an error message?23:17
LadyNikonboggystudios: there is livemocha23:17
NickPrestaerenrich, which command?23:17
erenrichsudo ls23:17
LadyNikonits not a program though.. its a website23:17
erenrichreturns nothing23:17
jaweeboggystudios: In all seriousness, I can't find anything remotely completed for modern languages.23:19
jaweeboggystudios: just works in progress/ideas like this: http://code.google.com/p/uhura/23:19
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dayla pag para hablar en castel;lno _23:24
prince_jammys!es | day23:24
ubotuday: Si busca ayuda en español por favor entre en los canales #ubuntu-es o #kubuntu-es, allí obtendrá más ayuda.23:24
maux__c'è qualcuno che parla italiano??23:25
prince_jammys!it | maux23:25
ubotumaux: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie!23:25
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jaweeroot________: using your root account with IRC probably isn't the best of ideas ;)23:28
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jaweephix: 'ello23:33
ubotuHi! Welcome to #kubuntu!23:33
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phix'ows it g'ing?23:33
kymoiegood, nice to see we have a friendly bot23:35
kymoieupdates broke my kde (and yes I have more information than that, but the info is long)23:37
kymoieI did some updates on wednesday that managed to a) get me an ubuntu login screen when it used to be a kubuntu login screen (yes I do have gnome installed also, but kubuntu is my base system). b) make KDE4 unaccessable, c) when I open a KDE3 session I have no links on my desktop and at least 2 "malformed URL" errors on startup "malformed URL system:/" and "malformed URL trash:/". I found a bug that looks like mine ( https://bugs.launchpad.net/23:37
kymoieve dolphin (d3lphin) 0.9.2-0ubuntu2 and I have no idea how to find 0.9.2-0ubuntu5 the archive.ubuntu.com repos don't seem to have 5. I also don't know how to find or apply the patch they are talking about in that bug.23:37
nosrednaekimkymoie: to get the kde login screen, run "sudo dpkg-reconfigure kdm"23:40
nosrednaekimkymoie: did you update to kde 3.5.9?23:40
kymoiekdm is broken...23:41
cuzntis there a dpkg-reconfigure list?23:41
nosrednaekimuhh never mind gotta go eat...BBL23:42
oloughlin75c ya nosrednaekim!23:42
kymoiehow do I find out what kde I have installed?23:42
oloughlin75kymoie: Right click the taskbar on an empty spot and click About KDE23:42
erenrichThere is a problem with the keyboard volume control (it chages the volume improperly), what component should I look at to fix the problem?23:43
oloughlin75erenrich: There isn't anything you can really do, as far as I know.23:44
kymoiecuznt: how would I find a dpkg-reconfiger list?23:44
erenricholoughlin75: but where would look, in the source even, to investigate this problem?23:45
oloughlin75erenrich: I do not know23:45
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Wolven_UKhow can i fix the dependencies when the command sudo apt-get install -f doesnt resolve the problem23:48
cuznttry dpkg --configure -a in termial wolven_uk23:49
NickPresta!cn | hacker23:49
ubotuhacker: For Ubuntu help in Chinese 您可以访问中文频道: #ubuntu-cn 或者 #ubuntu-tw  或者 #ubuntu-hk23:49
Wolven_UKcuznt:that didnt do it..23:51
Wolven_UKits ok23:52
jaweeWolven_UK: what error exactly are you getting?23:53
Wolven_UKit says that the dependices cant be resolved..i installed libfontconfig1 from a .deb and it went strange during the install now i cant update or remove programs in adept23:54
cuznt!sound faq23:54
ubotuSorry, I don't know anything about sound faq - try searching on http://ubotu.ubuntu-nl.org/factoids.cgi23:54
NickPresta!english | hacker23:55
ubotuhacker: The #ubuntu, #kubuntu and #xubuntu channels are English only. For a complete list of channels in other languages, please visit http://help.ubuntu.com/community/InternetRelayChat23:55
NickPresta!jp | hacker23:56
ubotuhacker: 日本語の場合は #ubuntu-jp または #kubuntu-jp を参照して下さい23:56
NickPresta!cn | hacker23:56
ubotuhacker: For Ubuntu help in Chinese 您可以访问中文频道: #ubuntu-cn 或者 #ubuntu-tw  或者 #ubuntu-hk23:56
hackerzh cn23:56
cuzntneat trick NickPresta23:59

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