ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about seeker00:00
jussi01!unforget seeker00:00
ubottuI suddenly remember seeker again, jussi0100:00
ubottuseeker is test00:01
jussi01oh thats boring00:01
Seeker`!forget seeker00:01
ubottuIn #ubuntu-ops, Seeker` said: !forget seeker00:01
jussi01Seeker`: @login ;)00:01
ubottuThe operation succeeded.00:01
Seeker`!forget Seeker00:01
ubottuI know nothing about Seeker yet, Seeker`00:01
Seeker`!forget seeker00:02
ubottuI'll forget that, Seeker`00:02
Mez@lart jussi01 00:03
jussi01I disabled it00:04
jussi01and now its 2am, so bed time...00:04
* genii puts on more coffee00:05
ubottuFloodBot1 called the ops in #ubuntu-ops-monitor (CTCP/NOTICE)00:12
ubottuFloodBot2 called the ops in #ubuntu-ops-monitor (CTCP/NOTICE)00:12
* genii sips03:15
=== bluesmoke_ is now known as Amaranth
jinja-sheepThere lies a wandering boy in #ops channel.07:27
jinja-sheepUh.... I want to let you guys know.... The message in !clone is not accurate or outdated.  There are no --disable-columns.  :)07:28
ubottuTo replicate your packages selection on another machine (or restore it if re-installing), you can type « aptitude --disable-columns --display-format '%p' search '?installed!?automatic' > ~/my-packages », move the file "my-packages" to the other machine, and there type « sudo xargs aptitude --schedule-only install < my-packages ; sudo aptitude install » - See also !automate07:29
ubottuclone aliases: cloning - added by LjL on 2007-01-22 21:25:00 - last edited by LjL on 2008-11-23 17:58:1207:29
jussi01jinja-sheep: Ill talk to ljl when he comes in and see. :)07:30
jinja-sheepjussi01:  Sure thing.  Not sure what you just did.  <_<07:30
jussi01jinja-sheep: all good, thanks for letting us know. anything else you need?07:30
jinja-sheepjussi01:  Have a good one.  See you later.07:31
jinja-sheepjussi01:  Not really.  Just wanted to let you guys know. If I thought of something, I'll come back anytime. ;o07:31
jussi01!idle | jinja-sheep07:32
ubottujinja-sheep: Please keep in mind that this channel is for operator/abuse questions only, and we ask you to part when you have no further business here, in order to keep track of users with pending inquiries.07:32
nickrudwow, that's a major change to !clone. is dselect-upgrade depreciated now?07:37
jussi01nickrud: ljl was doing something with it. IMHO its very confusing and should link to a wiki page07:38
nickrudjussi01, dpkg --get-selections > mypackages , dpkg --set-selections with apt-get dselect-upgrade does it just fine.07:39
jussi01nickrud: there was some reason why that wasnt right, dont actually remember...07:40
nickrudplus I thought we were supposed to avoid using aptitude07:40
nickrudI hope not, I've been using that every time I did an install of the new release ;)07:40
topylithat method has been carved to my brain since about 1934. if it's changed, i'll file bugs! :)07:43
FlannelThe dpkg method doesn't preserve which packages were manually installed vs brought in as depends08:08
Flannelso autoremove may not work completely after a reinstall using that method08:08
ubottuIn ubottu, eseven73 said: tab is You can use <tab> for autocompletion of nicknames in IRC, as well as for completion of filenames and programs on the command line. For example: Type the first two characters of the persons nick THEN hit the TAB key.08:24
jussi01hiya Myrtti09:01
jpdsmorning all.09:26
jussi01christel: ahh, I suspected that was the case. have fun with him. 09:27
topyliFlannel: good point10:09
jussi01elkbuntu: ?10:35
elkbuntuwhoever chr istel was having fun with10:35
jussi01xixnix in #freenode10:36
jussi01did you read back? 10:40
elkbuntuonly a bit though10:40
ubottuIn #ubuntu, HacKBoX said: !b43-firmware is Firmware required to enable Broadcom wireless devices. use 'sudo apt-get install b43-fwcutter' to install the firmware and then use System->Administration->Hardware Drivers to enable it. Broadcom Firmware can also be downloaded from http://sites.google.com/site/hackboxlinux12:13
HacKBoXanybody see that factoid?12:14
topylieveryone sees it HacKBoX12:20
HacKBoXoh im sorry12:21
* jussi01 huggles christel14:02
* christel hugs jussi01 14:20
* genii puts on a fresh pot of coffee14:42
ubottuTo replicate your packages selection on another machine (or restore it if re-installing), you can type « aptitude --disable-columns --display-format '%p' search '?installed!?automatic' > ~/my-packages », move the file "my-packages" to the other machine, and there type « sudo xargs aptitude --schedule-only install < my-packages ; sudo aptitude install » - See also !automate14:51
erUSUL--disable-columns is not recogniced by intrepid's aptitude14:52
erUSULnot in my box at least14:52
jussi01erUSUL: yeah, we are looking at it. 14:53
erUSULok; thanks. Bye and Happy New Year all <|8-)14:54
jussi01Jack_Sparrow: you need to fix your aliases...15:08
Jack_Sparrowjussi01, please explain, I am not quite awake15:09
jussi01Jack_Sparrow:  when you ban someone you need to remove them also...15:09
Jack_SparrowAh the script15:10
Jack_SparrowI have him in pm at the moment15:10
Jack_Sparrownm, he is just as rude there..15:12
Jack_Sparrowjussie There was an issue when I tried /cs  kb nick and I had not had time to sort it15:13
ubottuIn ubottu, grobda24 said: !no, google earth  is Google Earth is now available, for free (only as in price), for Linux, too. To download it see http://earth.google.com/download-earth.html - A package for Ubuntu is available in the !Medibuntu repository. Community Doc - https://help.ubuntu.com/community/GoogleEarth15:14
Jack_SparrowI just found the greatest collection of tux icons, tux-firefox, and a thousand others that are just too cute..  http://tux.crystalxp.net/   15:26
Jack_SparrowSorry, meant that for a different channel/person15:26
ubottuThe operation succeeded.15:29
Jack_SparrowDam0 tried to kill a users system offering help in pm  rm....15:53
nickrudwell, that's a lovely line to see, first thing in the morning16:00
Jack_SparrowI made notes in the tracker on it16:01
Jack_SparrowMorning nickrud 16:01
nickrudmorning. Other than that, it's a lovely Blue Sky, Ocean Breeze, Warm Day. Get out and Enjoy!16:02
Jack_SparrowI am heading out to get a new chair this am.. and a couple of boxes to send out penguin mugs.. to a couple people..  hint hint16:03
* jussi01 prods ikonia16:56
jussi01stdin: nalioth ping18:33
jussi01ththt: how can we help you today?18:33
ththtjussi01, nothing, thanks18:36
jussi01Im guessing he will be back...18:36
jussi01@bansearch ththt18:37
ubottuNo matches found for ththt!n=ttt@unaffiliated/ththt in any channel18:37
naliothjussi01: pong?20:21
* Myrtti feels herself21:04
PriceChildMyrtti: all there?21:04
Myrttinot sure21:04
MyrttiI bought a scale today.21:05
MyrttiI've gained about 20kg's since year and half ago August.21:05
Myrttineedless to say, I'm pissed.21:05
nickspoonI bet you still look great, Myrtti :)21:33
Seeker`nickspoon: suck up :P21:44
nickspoonJust because I can pay a girl a compliment...21:45
* nickrud_ thinks it's simple fear of the fluffy pens of doom21:59
nickspoonPossibly that.22:11
* genii puts on a fresh pot of coffee22:27
Seeker`genii: I'd stick to normal clothes if i were you, coffee tends to burn if you wear it22:28
geniiSeeker`: Especially McDonald's coffee....22:32
* tritium wishes he had a nickel for each fresh pot of coffee genii put on...22:32
geniitritium: I do actually drink far too much coffee22:34
tritiumgenii: there are far worse habits!22:34
geniiI agree22:34
ubottudivinebovine called the ops in #kubuntu ()22:44
geniiikonia: Seems zumran is harassing divinebovine in pm22:47
ikoniayes, just trying to pick that up 22:47
ikoniadidnt know you where active22:47
geniiriddell apparently too, although he's not in -ops22:47
ikoniajust say you both active22:48
ikoniaI was lagging behind you22:48
Slarthello.. user tkzao just popped in to tell us all about that lovely "get visitors to the site to see the nekkid pics"-site23:21
ubottuScottK called the ops in #ubuntu-devel ()23:22
jpdsSlart: In PM?23:23
Slartjpds: nope.. just in the channel23:23
jpdsSlart: Looks like he got #u-devel too.23:23
Slartjpds: he left right away.. so it's no emergency... but it seems he's still connected to the server..23:23
Slartand there he is again =)23:24
rwwHi! Can someone add a mention of #ubuntu-brainstorm to the !brainstorm factoid, please? As far as I can tell, Brainstorm discussion's supposed to be in there, not Ubuntu, so it seems like it'd make sense to have it in the factoid :)23:37
rwwnot #ubuntu **23:38
Jack_Sparrowrww, I thought there was one tagged suggestions etc?23:39
rwwJack_Sparrow: The only factoid I see that mentions brainstorm is !brainstorm.23:40
rwwJack_Sparrow: according to http://ubottu.com/factoids.cgi?search=brainstorm , anyway.23:40
Jack_Sparrowthere is one for bugs/wishes for the bots.. but not brainstorm23:41
rwwJack_Sparrow: oh, the !no, factoid is <reply> new factoid text syntax? Yeah, I tried that with !firewall the other day and nothing seemed to happen, so I wasn't sure if it still worked =/23:43
Jack_Sparrowrww, It sends them here for approval, they dont just go in automatically23:44
rwwJack_Sparrow: ah. makes sense, I guess.23:44
Jack_SparrowIt got out of control when we didnt check them first23:45
ubottuIn ubottu, rww said: !no, brainstorm is <reply> Post your ideas for ubuntu at http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com and vote for the ones you like! Discuss Brainstorm in #ubuntu-brainstorm.23:47
Jack_SparrowIm in the miiddle of redoing my office..23:47
rwwAh, I see :)23:47
rwwOkay, well, that was it, so I'll get going now...23:47
rwwThanks, Jack_Sparrow 23:47
Jack_SparrowSorry, CLose to exhaustion atm.. up most of the night and just now getting my own systems up23:47
Jack_Sparrowrww np23:48

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