heroicwisdomcan anybody here help me with installing a webcam so it can work with kopete. I have a MS nx-6000 and everytime i attempt to use it in kopoete it crashes00:04
EagleScreenhi heroicwisdom00:06
EagleScreenwhay is your KDE version?00:07
EagleScreenplase full version00:07
heroicwisdomim not usre00:07
EagleScreendo you have Konqueror or Dolphin?00:08
heroicwisdomboth i believe, but i use Dolphin for file managment00:08
EagleScreenopen one of them and use Help -> About KDE to see it00:08
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heroicwisdomKDE ver 4.1.400:10
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EagleScreenI think your problem is a general KDE bug00:10
EagleScreenwhich protocol are you ising in Kopete?00:11
heroicwisdomI am using AIM + MSN, but the problem is with my webcam connected and i go to settings ---> configure, kopete crashes00:12
heroicwisdombefore i even attempt to mak ea connection00:12
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Lord_drachenblutanyone run across gstreamer-properties not maintaining a configuration setting afer it is closed00:19
EagleScreenheroicwisdom: you may test with other applications00:20
EagleScreenfor MSN tou can use amsn00:21
heroicwisdomhmm ok i will look into that00:21
heroicwisdomit offers webcam support i trust?00:22
EagleScreenamsn does00:22
heroicwisdomok thanks00:22
EagleScreenheroicwisdom: Kubuntu 9.04 will be released soon, it will come with KDE 4.2.2 which may have that Kopete bug fixed00:23
heroicwisdomEagleScreen: ok then, i am installing amsn now, hopefully that will offer at least a temp soltion. 9.04 is due out soon anyway. I can make due with windows if I have to... :(00:25
heroicwisdomEagleScreen: Ok this apps looks like it will do the job. Unfortuatly i can not test it yet. Thanks for your help00:32
EagleScreenyou're welcome00:32
chris__Okay....anyone here run xp on Kubuntu?00:33
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MementoMoriif I install 904 beta will it upgrade to the final 904?00:36
MementoMorior should I reinstall it?00:36
siachrisit's been a while since I've been runnin linux00:36
ActionParsnipMementoMori: you will upgrade into final00:37
MementoMoriActionParsnip: it actual beta installable and usable?00:37
siachrisRunning XP on a VM via ubuntu and need xp to be able to connect to the network so I can use files from the ubuntu partition00:38
siachrisanyone have any idea?00:38
ubottuJaunty Jackalope is the codename for Ubuntu 9.04, due April 23rd, 2009 -  Schedule in https://wiki.ubuntu.com/JauntyReleaseSchedule - Lots of breakage between now and April 23rd - Please join #ubuntu+1 for discussion and support.00:38
ActionParsnipMementoMori: it is here, ive seen folks have issues00:38
jimmy51_homeooooh, it's getting close!00:38
MementoMorisiachris: your soulution is wrong00:38
ActionParsnipits been pushed back to august last i heard00:38
White_Pelicanwhat has been pushed back to August?00:39
MementoMorisiachris: if you use virtualbox you should use shared folder00:39
ActionParsnipsiachris: you can set the VM to use the local folders in the VM to give access00:39
siachrisshared.....that might work00:39
MementoMorisiachris: not might. it will00:40
* MementoMori is going to +100:40
siachrisI'm buying SAM to use on my internet radio station and it needs windows.00:40
siachrisI will give that a try.  I love places like this, people just know what to do.00:41
MementoMorisiachris: so you dont love places. you love people00:42
siachrisI'm going to get my cheekan on the grill now.  Thanks again, people00:42
siachristalk to you soon.00:42
timWill there be any future support of hotway and hotsmtp in Jaunty?  I noticed it is not in the repositories.00:50
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picketfenceOk, I'll try this again. I finally got this Komputer to use the eth0, but it still won't use the wireless.01:39
picketfenceI've even tried the bcm43xx-fwcutter, and it still won't work.01:39
picketfenceAny thoughts?01:39
picketfenceOk, then would anyone know where I can go to find an answer?01:44
picketfenceI really need this Komputer to go wireless.01:44
* picketfence wonders what this room is really for...01:46
picketfenceEven if you don't know, an answer that says as much is better than me thinking that nobody pays attention in here.01:48
carpii__thats how irc works, if you dont know theres no point saying 'no idea'01:49
carpii__the chan would be full of spam01:49
carpii__try using the ubuntu forums if noone can help you here01:49
picketfenceThank you. And sorry about that, I didn't realize.01:50
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whuangHi, I'm still using Kubuntu 8.04 LTS, how could I upgrade my KDE from 4.1.2 to the latest 4.2.2? Thx02:21
tsimpsonwhuang: Kubuntu 8.04 is not LTS, only Ubuntu 8.04. and 4.1.2 is the latest version available02:25
tsimpsonunless you upgrade to 8.10 or 9.04 (out soon)02:25
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jasonwonder if someone could help me get my wireless card working?02:51
embraceunity_if that isn't the answer to all your wireless problems, then I don't know02:52
jasonright, just look that up in adept?02:52
embraceunity_yea, then get the windows driver02:52
embraceunity_and tell ndiswrapper about it02:52
jasonhmm, ok. having trouble find what card I have. anyway to list hardware?02:53
dwidmannfor pci devices, lspci02:53
dwidmannto get more or less everything, lshw02:54
jasonok looks like  broadcom bcm4318?02:56
jasonI remember something about blacklisting broadcom?02:56
dwidmannmaybe this page could be of some use ...02:56
ubottuWireless documentation can be found at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/WifiDocs02:56
jasonthank you02:57
jasonI'll let you know how it turns out02:57
d3jakeI am trying to install Kubuntu 8.04.2 onto a Compaq NC6000. I already have this install of Kubuntu on here, but it is a much older version. I decided to just reinstall with a newer ISO version. Everytime I try to boot I can tell it to run w/o installing anything, but after a few seconds the CD drive stops spinning, and then after a few minutes it gives an error which I don't have. Any clues why this is happening?03:03
d3jakeI have a CD-R with a copy of Kubuntu with KDE4.1, but since i prefer KDE3, I was trying to install with this other disc of mine.03:04
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d3jakeOn KDE4, is there a way to change how many programs are stacked on the taskbar instead of programs stacked beside each other?03:09
victor__how can i go into another irc server on konversation?03:14
whuangtsimpson: thank you, I got it, so sorry to hear that only ubuntu 8.04 is LTS and kubuntu 8.04 not.03:20
tsimpsonthe base system is, just non of the KDE packages03:21
victor__how can i go into another irc server on konversation?03:22
avpxHey guys. I'm trying to print out some photos in digiKam without much luck03:28
avpxI cannot seem to figure out how to just print a whole album and have it formatted normally (with a few photos per page)03:28
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tangtanghi everybody !04:15
tangtanghi tux !04:19
tangtangcan we speaking something ?04:19
tangtangoh !04:19
tangtangwhere are you come from ?04:20
tuxI from Uruguay!04:20
tuxand you?04:20
tangtangI from Vietnam04:20
tuxso far!04:21
tangtangDo you understand why the numlock, caps lock and scroll don't turn on ?04:25
tangtangits always working but i don't know why the led dont turn on04:26
yaa_hi! which way one can send a mail to external mail server from console04:58
weedaryaa_: You could use telnet to manually send your email, but I'm guessing you're looking for a console email-client?05:01
yaa_telnet is not comfortable to use(05:02
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weedaryaa_: "mutt" maybe? It's a mail-reader at least, not sure if you can send through it though :)05:14
boprhow do i get rid of the stupid box on the left of my amarok?05:14
yaa_weedar /thank you/ i will try05:14
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mattparryhi! I have a symbolic link as ln -s /dev/ttysm0 /dev/modem - how to make this perminate so that I dont have to keep setting it everytime i turn on the computer?05:22
weedarmattparry: You could add the command to /etc/rc.local ?05:24
mattparrythanks weedar - so I need to add 'sudo' to it?05:24
OgredudeI just painted myself into a corner05:24
weedarmattparry: I think rc.local is already run as root05:25
mattparryweedar: Thanks I will try that!!05:25
OgredudeI just got done partitioning my 8GB SD card with a 2GB EXT2 partition as partition #1, and the other 6GB as FAT32 LBA.  It appears to have written the partition tables correctly.05:25
OgredudeNow, how do I figure out which block device to do mkfs.ext2 on?05:25
Ogredudethese are my available block devices... /dev/mmcblk0  /dev/mmcblk0p105:26
weedarmattparry: That works on Centos, but now I see that Debian expects a different method: Read 11.6 here http://www.debian.org/doc/FAQ/ch-customizing.en.html05:27
weedarOgredude: Does "sudo fdisk /dev/mmcblk0" work? If so the command "p" will display the partition table05:28
Ogredudeyeah, I think I partitioned the wrong one05:30
Ogredudewhen kubuntu started, the card was mounted from /dev/mmcblk0p1 so that's the one I fed to fdisk05:30
Ogredudeso I think I'll wipe this partition table out and try again on /dev/mmcblk005:30
Ogredudethere, that's a lot more clear05:40
OgredudeI now have /dev/mmcblk0, /dev/mmcblk0p1, /dev/mmcblk0p205:41
Ogredudeand if fdisk followed my instructions, /dev/mmcblk0p1 will be the ext2 partition05:41
werdan7alecks: please stop05:48
Ogredudethat was amusing05:49
mattparryHi thank you weedar - the symbolic link is working on startup now - thank you06:13
mattparryok - next question - I have installed kppp, when I go to launch it it asked for the sudo password - how can I get it to not ask for a password - thanks!!!!!06:14
noaXessgood morning06:15
noaXesshow can i disable autostart of gidance-power-manager?06:16
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inteliwaspso, i am trying to manualy install the nvidia drivers and i need to know how to stop the x server from the terminal06:28
khjhanyone good with c++ here??06:42
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Unibob|laptopanyone alive?07:56
* ActionParsnip is dead07:58
Unibob|laptopjust a quick question, with an HDA Intel audio setup, what channel would CD audio use?  tried playing an audio cd and there is no sound, all other system audio works.  have a dell XPS M1530 laptop07:58
ubottuIf 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 !MP308:00
geniiIntel HDA is notorious already for sound probs08:00
ubottuFor fixing your Intel HDA sound this page has useful information https://help.ubuntu.com/community/HdaIntelSoundHowto08:00
Unibob|laptophmmm...it's only CD audio that has the issue so far that I have seen08:01
Unibob|laptopbut thx.  :)08:01
Unibob|laptoplooking that up now.08:01
Unibob|laptopjust got the restricted codecs, stuck @ the sun java screen, can't hit ok...08:06
Unibob|laptopbeen too long since I have worked with linux.  :/08:06
thirdyhi I'm new to Kubuntu, I got a fresh 8.10 kubuntu. any site like fedorasolved for kubuntu?08:08
ActionParsnipthirdy: what does it do?08:08
ActionParsnipUnibob|laptop: use tab08:08
thirdyActionParsnip: how to's08:09
Unibob|laptopthx...that came back quick, lol.08:09
ActionParsnipthirdy: what do you want to do?08:09
ActionParsnipUnibob|laptop: ;)08:09
thirdyActionParsnip: mp3,jdk,eclipse08:10
ubottuFor multimedia issues, this page has useful information: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RestrictedFormats - See also https://help.ubuntu.com/8.10/musicvideophotos/C/video.html - But please use free formats if you can: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/FreeFormats08:10
Unibob|laptopshould have remembered that from the days of red hat 5.  :/08:10
thirdythat's my primary need now08:10
ubottuTo install a Java compiler/interpreter on Ubuntu, look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Java - For the Sun Java runtime install sun-java5-jre or sun-java6-jre from the !Multiverse repository. Please don't use Adept to install Java if you are on Kubuntu !Dapper08:10
ActionParsnip!info eclipse08:10
ubottueclipse (source: eclipse): Extensible Tool Platform and Java IDE. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.2.2-5ubuntu2 (intrepid), package size 126 kB, installed size 416 kB08:10
ActionParsnipthirdy: eclipse is in repos08:10
Unibob|laptophave my desktop upgrading it's distro to 8.10.  I really hope I don't have the issues I had upgrading to 8.04, where the upgrade killed my install.08:11
ActionParsnipthirdy: if you need something, hit any search engine and search for stuff like    ubuntu install eclipse     or similar, the ubuntuforums are pretty sweet also08:11
Unibob|laptopthanks for all the help guys.  :)08:12
Unibob|laptopprobably shouldn't be doing this at 03:12, but then again, I'm a night own with an internal clock flashing "12:00" the past few years.08:13
Unibob|laptopnight owl even08:13
thirdyActionParsnip: ok thanks08:14
Unibob|laptopah ha...cd audio muted because the surround was muted in the mixer...figured it was something simple like that, lol.08:18
ActionParsnipUnibob|laptop: nice, its always something little08:19
ActionParsnipUnibob|laptop: well, thats what my girlfriend says ;)08:19
Unibob|laptopnow...desktop is in install portion of upgrade, no errors so far...08:19
Unibob|laptopand...oh snap08:19
Unibob|laptopmy ex said something along those lines, then I had everyone else laughing when I said something back...good times.08:20
Unibob|laptopwon't repeat it in here tho08:20
ActionParsniphehe. textbook08:21
Unibob|laptopI've heard people having issues with wireless with these laptops, I just enabled the "restricted" driver and it's working flawlessly so far, even after 4 or 5 reboots08:21
ActionParsnipUnibob|laptop: depends on the wifi chip08:26
ActionParsnipUnibob|laptop: some chips are better supported than others08:26
Unibob|laptopnot entirely sure which one mine is, but as long as it works, I'm happy, go to hotels and stuff when I am at army reserve weekends, and they only have WiFi08:27
ActionParsnipUnibob|laptop: lspci will tell you, sounds like an intel or an old-ish atheros08:28
Unibob|laptopmost likely08:29
thirdyjust a simple end-user question, the taskbar gets crowded easily, is there any adjusment I can do?08:33
ActionParsnipthirdy: you can enable grouping08:35
ActionParsnipthirdy: do you mean running apps or the things near the time?08:35
ActionParsnipthirdy: i get rid of most of the little widgets on the right as I personally dont need them08:37
Unibob|laptopnow...I just need to get all my media files off of my desktop's NTFS partition...it possible to copy the files over LAN?08:37
ActionParsnipthirdy: i think kde does app grouping on the taskbar08:37
ActionParsnipUnibob|laptop: sure, share the folder in windows as normal and you can type   smb://<windows pc name>/<share name>  and you can access that data08:38
Unibob|laptopaight, cool, it'll be a rather large transfer, hopefully no snags.08:38
thirdyActionParsnip: can I easily disable effects?08:39
ActionParsnipthirdy: sure, run systemsettings08:40
ActionParsnipthirdy: http://fosswire.com/post/2009/01/quickly-disable-desktop-effects/08:44
thirdyActionParsnip: nice! thanks! feels much greater now08:47
kbmaniac_Hi all, I installed 9.04 on a system with a Asus ATI Radeon HD 3650 card, worked great, added suggested ati hardware driver & BOOM !08:47
kbmaniac_Any idea how I can revert ?08:47
ForgeAusrevert to what?08:48
kbmaniac_revert to pre-driver loading,08:48
kbmaniac_all I am getting now is a blank screen flashing a desktop08:48
ActionParsnip!jaunty | kbmaniac_08:48
kbmaniac_every 20 - 30 secs08:48
ubottukbmaniac_: Jaunty Jackalope is the codename for Ubuntu 9.04, due April 23rd, 2009 -  Schedule in https://wiki.ubuntu.com/JauntyReleaseSchedule - Lots of breakage between now and April 23rd - Please join #ubuntu+1 for discussion and support.08:48
ForgeAusoh, uh, not sure you can use control+alt+F1 to go to a text mode and login...08:48
ForgeAusthen: sudo apt-get remove <packagename> if you know what package08:48
kbmaniac_oh OK no probs :)08:49
ActionParsnipthirdy: i hate all those effects too08:49
ForgeAusbut I don't know a textmode xorg.conf08:49
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ForgeAusits not about the 3rd party effects its about the video driver08:49
ForgeAuspersonally I'd definitely sudo apt-get install mc08:49
ForgeAus(since midnight commander is awesome for filemanagement in textmode)08:50
thirdyActionParsnip: next thing I don't like is everything is so bright, hurts my eyes08:52
ActionParsnipthirdy: use laptop buttons maybe?08:54
thirdyActionParsnip: ?, I meant the theme08:54
ubottuFind your themes at: http://www.gnome-look.org - http://art.gnome.org - http://www.kde-look.org - http://kubuntu-art.org - http://themes.freshmeat.net/browse/58/ - http://www.guistyles.com - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Artwork/ - Also see !changethemes and https://help.ubuntu.com/community/UbuntuEyeCandy08:54
ActionParsniphave fun08:54
thirdyi'm really thinking of switching to ubuntu08:54
ForgeAuskubuntu is better... even KDE4's starting to get good08:55
ForgeAus(sure its still on kde3 but its becoming worthwile)08:55
Unibob|laptopnever thought I would like KDE4, but I'm starting to08:55
Unibob|laptopkeyboard is tripping out on me, lol, think it's heat related.08:56
geniiWe're all gonna have to like kde4 sooner or later08:56
Unibob|laptopI think it's a nice change personally08:56
* genii hugs his 3.5.10 !08:56
Unibob|laptopwish I could remember what version of KDE ran on Red Hat 5 and 6.  :/08:57
Unibob|laptopthis was years ago mind you08:57
Unibob|laptop1.2?  sounds about right08:57
geniiUnibob|laptop: Thats what came with my RH 5.208:57
Unibob|laptopmeh, forgot that amarok and kaffiene don't like non-stop cd's08:58
Unibob|laptopalways have that annoying pause in between tracks08:58
thebeI had pasted my problem in paste.ubuntu.com08:58
thebecould you tell me the solution??08:59
ActionParsnipthebe: we need the address of the paste09:00
thebecan i paste it here?? it is not so long!09:01
ActionParsnipthebe: in the address bar in the browser, you need to copy/paste that here09:01
ActionParsnipthebe: if its a pastebin, all we need is the link09:01
thebeits here09:01
ActionParsnipwtg ;D09:01
ActionParsnipthebe: IBM System Resource Controller ?09:03
ActionParsnipthebe: can you telnet to the socket?09:03
thirdyi got used and comfortable with ubuntu/gnome, and I'm still a linux newbie, gonna switch to ubuntu now09:04
Unibob|laptopfor once, it's looking to be a decent weekend in northern Michigan...50's Sunday.09:05
thebecould not resolve service or address message appears for telnet ECONNRESET command09:05
Unibob|laptopI personally didn't care for GNOME, Even red hat 5, I switched to KDE as soon as the computer tech/network admin showed me how...half of his computer lab was dual boot Windows 95/Linux09:05
thebebut from this ftp server I could download file09:06
thebebut no upload09:06
Unibob|laptopgah...I need a new debit card, I need to hit up beatport, lol.09:06
thebebut filename or directory name is created while I upload the file09:06
ActionParsnipthebe: then check your permissios to the folder, as well as your ftp permissions, can your username upload data or only create folders09:07
thebeI changed directory permission with chown 777 /thebe command, where thebe is folder in ftp server where I could not upload09:08
thebehow to check it, i am new user!! Fun to play with linux09:08
ActionParsnipthebe: you need to configure the ftp server to allow you to upload09:09
ActionParsnipthebe: 777 is not necessary as long as you are the owner of the data then 700 is fine09:09
thebecan I paste vsftpd.conf file??09:12
thebeand etc/ftpusers file??09:12
geniiNot here09:12
geniithebe: Please use pastebin if you do this09:12
ubottupastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu.com (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #kubuntu channel topic)09:16
thebeActionParsnip, I became unsuccessful to paste it09:17
ActionParsnipthebe: if you run: sudo apt-get install pastebinit09:17
ActionParsnipthebe: you can pastebin from command line09:17
ActionParsnipthebe: pastebinit /etc/vsftpd.conf     will then output a link which you can copy from terminal and paste here09:18
ActionParsnipthebe: assuming thats the location of the file09:18
ActionParsnipthebe: great insnt it :D09:21
thebeI am learning day by day! Thank you ActionParsnip, I learnt how to paste! Hurray.09:22
ActionParsnipthebe: i dont know about ftp servers09:26
Unibob|laptopupdating, probably should close Konversation.09:27
thebethere is thebe folder in ftp server, and is it chown 700 /thebe command to permit to write there??09:27
Unibob|laptopbbiab gusy09:27
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thebeAnyway Thank U veeery much ActionParnship09:48
thebenow let me know how to view file and directory permission in the system09:48
thebeany of you??09:48
ActionParsnipthebe: np bro09:51
ActionParsnipls -la <file or folder>09:51
Unibob|laptopwhat media players can use *.asx files?  any in Linux?09:53
ActionParsnipUnibob|laptop: vlc i believe09:54
ActionParsnipand amarok09:54
Unibob|laptopdon't have vlc on here...yet.09:54
Unibob|laptopgonna check amarok.  :)09:54
Unibob|laptopthis is gonna be a task...it's a secure link, so I have to manually open it via the browser, it cannot be saved.09:56
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about sql09:59
altrortla! SQL09:59
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about SQL09:59
ubottuLAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process (different in Edgy+)09:59
altrortla! info sql10:00
altrortla!info mysql10:00
ubottuPackage mysql does not exist in intrepid10:00
altrortla!find mysql10:00
ubottuFound: bacula-director-mysql, bacula-sd-mysql, freeradius-mysql, libapache2-mod-auth-mysql, libdbd-mysql-perl (and 106 others)10:00
ForgeAusis kgopher a package in kubuntu?10:01
ForgeAus!info kgopher10:01
ubottuPackage kgopher does not exist in intrepid10:01
ForgeAus!info kio_gopher10:01
ubottuPackage kio_gopher does not exist in intrepid10:01
altrortla#find mysql channel10:03
keldronaHiya guys... got a problem... I use Kubuntu 8.10, I'm trying to connect to internet with my mobile via bluetooth, I'm trying using wvdial but it asks me averytime for a pin, and tells me that can't connect. Any idea? thank you!10:03
altrortla!find mysql channel10:03
ubottuchannel is not a valid distribution ['dapper', 'gutsy', 'gutsy-backports', 'hardy', 'hardy-backports', 'intrepid', 'intrepid-backports', 'jaunty', 'jaunty-backports', 'kde4-ppa', 'kde4-ppa-intrepid', 'kubuntu-experimental', 'kubuntu-members-kde4', 'medibuntu', 'partner']10:03
altrortla!find mysql kubuntu10:03
ubottukubuntu is not a valid distribution ['dapper', 'gutsy', 'gutsy-backports', 'hardy', 'hardy-backports', 'intrepid', 'intrepid-backports', 'jaunty', 'jaunty-backports', 'kde4-ppa', 'kde4-ppa-intrepid', 'kubuntu-experimental', 'kubuntu-members-kde4', 'medibuntu', 'partner']10:03
altrortla!find mysql hardy10:03
ubottuFound: freeradius-mysql, libapache2-mod-auth-mysql, libdbd-mysql-perl, libmysql-java, python-mysqldb (and 96 others)10:04
Unibob|laptophad to get mplayer and get the mplayer-mozilla packages to do it...that works, lol.10:06
Mamarokaltrortla: what are you trying to find?10:07
Unibob|laptopnow I can listen to Digitally Imported's OnDemand (Premium perk) in linux, yay!10:10
Unibob|laptopnow I just need to wait 17-18 hours for 120 GB of data from my desktop to finish transferring onto here.  >.>10:10
keldronawhere is hcid.conf in kubuntu 8.10?10:33
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t0shaНарод за помощью на какой канал обратиться?10:35
norent0sha: only english here10:35
BlueEagle!ru t0sha10:35
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about ru t0sha10:35
ubottut0sha: Пожалуйста посетите #ubuntu-ru для получения помощи на русском языке  / Pozhalujsta posetite #ubuntu-ru dlya polucheniya pomoshi na russkom yazyke10:35
BlueEagleIt's in the manual. ;)10:36
geniikeldrona: /etc/bluetooth/hcid.conf10:36
keldronagenii: there isn't10:37
geniikeldrona: It doesn't always exist by default10:37
keldronagenii: really, I don't have it... :-(10:38
keldronagenii: can I create?10:39
Unibob|laptopis there a "general chat" room on this network?  forgot, it's been awhile since I have been in here.10:40
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jussi01Unibob|laptop: several10:43
geniikeldrona: Here is the default one from my machine: http://paste.ubuntu.com/146817/10:43
jussi01Unibob|laptop: #ubuntu-offtopic, #kubuntu-offtopic ##defocus10:43
Unibob|laptopthx Jussi10:44
altrortlaMamarok: I buddy... now I read you10:47
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altrortlaMamarok: I'm trying to find a way to install Apache - mySql - PHP (lamp) on my kubuntu... (i've done installations - but I haven't found furter information about LAMP)10:48
altrortlaMamarok: i got several error ... but i don't know how to install a web server on my kubutnu10:49
altrortlaMamarok: i think that actuall installation my be dump...10:50
keldrona_no, really, I've got problem with pairing10:51
altrortlaMamarok: I need somebody who help me with understanding installation and verify it10:51
Mamarokaltrortla: sry, was afk11:00
Mamarokhave you done a LAMP installation before?11:00
ubottuLAMP is an acronym for Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP. However, the term is often used for setups using alternative but different software, such as Perl or Python instead of PHP, and Postgres instead of MySQL. For help with setting up LAMP on Ubuntu, see  https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ApacheMySQLPHP - See also the Server CD installation process (different in Edgy+)11:00
Mamarokaltrortla: ^^11:01
altrortlaMamarok: no i haven't11:03
Mamarokaltrortla: check the help site I posted above, also there are a lot of howto's available on the web for LAMP installations11:05
yaa__Wenn auch gleich aus der Hoellen11:09
geniiGerman channel is #kubuntu-de or #ubuntu-de11:10
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newuserhow to view each partition and their size (ussed and free) in command line?11:12
dwidmanndf -h11:12
eagles0513875!de yaa__11:13
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about de yaa__11:13
eagles0513875!de | yaa__11:14
ubottuyaa__: In den meisten ubuntu-Kanälen wird nur Englisch gesprochen. Für deutschsprachige Hilfe besuchen Sie bitte #ubuntu-de, #kubuntu-de, #edubuntu-de oder #ubuntu-at. Geben Sie einfach /join #ubuntu-de ein! Danke für Ihr Verständnis.11:14
yaa__why i can not su root11:14
eagles0513875!root | yaa__11:14
ubottuyaa__: Do not try to guess the root password, that is impossible. Instead, realise the truth... there is no root password. Then you will see that it is 'sudo' that grants you access and not the root password. Look at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/RootSudo11:14
eagles0513875yaa__: for sudo its usually the password you use to login11:14
yaa__i mean i make passwd root11:14
eagles0513875yaa__: why do you want to use su11:15
yaa__just to understand11:15
eagles0513875yaa__: instead of using su use sudo -i its an interactive version of su11:15
yaa__how it works11:15
eagles0513875uses the user acount to become root11:15
yaa__i know11:15
yaa__i want su root11:15
geniiyaa__: In ubuntu and kubuntu there is no root account11:16
yaa__on ubuntu server-- without gui11:16
eagles0513875yaa__: then use sudo -i11:16
eagles0513875that well get you to root on ubuntu server11:16
yaa__but if i do adduser11:16
yaa__it says root exists11:17
newuserokay df -h display the information, in which file the information is stored??11:17
yaa__i can get in restore mode11:17
yaa__as root11:17
eagles0513875yaa__: you mean in single user11:17
yaa__but canot passwd the pass11:17
geniiyaa__: There is no password.11:18
eagles0513875yaa__: what is your native language russian or german11:18
eagles0513875it might be easier if you ask in the channel where the language you speak often is spoken11:18
yaa__i can understand/ my spoken english is not well)11:19
BlueEagleyaa__: Just out of curiousity... why do you want to su root when you can sudo -s?11:19
eagles0513875BlueEagle: sudo -i is better i found out11:19
yaa__just because i want to understand it11:20
yaa__how it works11:20
eagles0513875BlueEagle: it uses the users current profile11:20
MunichMatthi all, i have a problem with deleting a printer11:21
BlueEagleeagles0513875: Well, it has been my experience that applications that rely on environment variables shouldn't be run as root in the first place. ;)11:22
BlueEaglemunichmatt: Care to elaborate?11:22
eagles0513875BlueEagle: i know i dont have no issues with using sudo11:22
MunichMattthe printer is connected via USB to a second computer and over CUPS on my main computer. Since the IP of the second computer has changed, I wanted to change the IP in the printer settings too11:22
eagles0513875BlueEagle: only time i use root is when running the command for apt-build world  to get a list of all packages installed11:22
MunichMattbut I was not able to do it.So i simply set up a new printer, with the correct IP, which works well. But I am still left with the old printer, which i cannot delete.11:23
BlueEaglemunichmatt: are you unable to find the command to delete it or do you recieve an error message when attempting to delete it?11:24
MunichMatti opened systemsettings - printer (kde 3.5.10), then turned into admin-mode11:25
MunichMattone click on the printer, that i want to delete but i cannot press delete, because it is faded out11:26
starenkahi, where can i find disk managemebnt tool in kde4?11:27
starenka(kinda lazy to fstab)11:27
altrortlageneral question ... i got this when i try to access to a channel ..."You need to be identified to join that channel" what should i do?11:27
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MunichMattby the way, i can neither delete the printer under http://localhost:631/printers/11:27
starenkawhats kde4 equivalent for Disk Manager from kde 311:30
BlueEaglemunichmatt: Did you try removing the printer with lpadmin?11:33
MunichMattBlueEagle: no, not yet11:34
BlueEaglemunichmatt: Then I suggest you try that to see if it works.11:35
MunichMattBlueEagle: Thanks, it worked. Can I rename a printer via lpadmin too?11:40
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Unibob|laptopis there a need to defrag the linux file system?11:42
sveni26hey is here a chan for unr?11:43
Unibob|laptopif so, what is a good utility?11:43
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Unibob|laptopno idea, I'm new to this network.11:43
MamarokUnibob|laptop: no, you don't have to defragment an ext filesystem11:43
Unibob|laptopalright, thx11:44
Mamarokonly FAT and NTFS need defragmentation11:44
Unibob|laptopI think linux is officially the new operating system on this beast, it runs soooooo much smoother than Vista...so far.11:44
Unibob|laptoponly exception being the touchpad, but that was flakey in vista anyway11:45
ForgeAusUnibob, Vista32 or Vista64?11:45
ForgeAusno drivers for your 64 bit hardware uh?11:45
Unibob|laptopthey are there, just didn't have the option of a 64 bit o/s when I ordered it.11:46
ForgeAussorry no 64bit drivers for your hardware I should have said..11:46
ForgeAushmm ok, I guess... vista64 isn't all that bad apparently its quite nice, but I haven't tried it personally11:46
Unibob|laptopit's actually very stable.11:47
ForgeAus(it does make use of ram above 4gig)11:47
ForgeAusI've only used Vista32... personally I don't have a complaint I just like Kubuntu and OSX and XP better thats all11:47
Unibob|laptopproviding you have the need for it, my desktop has 6 gigs of ram, and it runs pretty smooth, apart from the occasional video driver crash11:47
Unibob|laptopbrb, nature break11:48
MamarokUnibob|laptop: same here, have a 64bit system with 4G of RAM, and it came with a Vista 32 preinstalled11:52
Mamaroknot it runs a 64bit Kubuntu :)11:52
Mamaroknow* even...11:54
BlueEaglemunichmatt: If you consult the man-page I guess you could find out.11:54
MunichMattBlueEagle: Thanks for your help. the renamin does not seem to be possible.12:07
* noukist kalimeres12:07
newuserhow to delete non-empty directory in cli??12:08
carpii__rm -rf dirname12:11
m4vnewuser: "man rm" and read a bit12:11
newuserthank you12:11
carpii__be careful ;)12:11
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BluesKaj'Morning folks12:26
newuserI have /dev/sda2 and sda3 partition, home directory is in sda3. sda2 is unused.12:29
newuserhow could I get there to use it??12:30
newuserI am confused of this!12:30
newusercud u tell me?12:30
Unibob|laptopI can't, but hang tight, someone will help soon12:30
yaa__does anybody know how to set a password for root acc?12:31
ubottuPartitioning programs: !GParted or !QtParted (also "man mkfs" for formatting) - Mounting partitions in Kubuntu, go to System Settings -> Advanced Tab -> Disks & Filesystem. See also !fstab and !DiskMounter12:31
SlimeyPete^^ newuser12:31
yaa__not using gui?12:31
SlimeyPeteyaa__: sudo passwd12:31
newuserhi SmileyPete12:31
yaa__does not work12:31
yaa__for root12:31
Unibob|laptopUbuntu doesn't use root.12:32
Unibob|laptopwell, it does, but it's much more heavily locked then the old days of Linux12:32
SlimeyPeteyaa__: try "sudo su" then "passwd"12:33
yaa__sudo konsole-----u have root12:33
SlimeyPetebut why do you want a root password? sudo is the usual way to do things as root in ubuntu12:33
yaa__i want to understand how it works12:33
yaa__this ubu feature12:34
yaa__WHY is not question..the question is HOW))12:38
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newinLinuxin which file df -h command output is stored??12:40
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ActionParsnipyo yo yo12:42
Unibob|laptopor should I say wb?12:43
ActionParsnipwb and afternoon ;)12:43
Unibob|laptophmmm...how do I check my current version of Kubuntu?12:47
newinLinuxActionparnship, from which file the df -h command get those line??12:48
Unibob|laptopI know I'm not running 8.20.  don't think I'm running 8.04 either and not getting the upgrade notice.  -.-12:48
Unibob|laptoperr...8.10, my bad12:48
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: huh?12:48
BluesKajUnibob|laptop , lsb_release -a12:48
Unibob|laptopactually, I am running 8.10, sweet.12:49
ActionParsnipBluesKaj: lsb_release -c  ;)12:49
newinLinuxI want to paste the output of df -h in pastebin12:49
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: df -h | pastebinit12:49
newinLinuxif there is file, then I knew because of you before,12:49
newinLinuxthanks bro12:49
Unibob|laptophence the lack of upgrade...already up to date until next release.12:50
BluesKajyeah ActionParsnip, but I'm a verbose kinda guy :)12:50
ActionParsnipBluesKaj: hehe12:50
ActionParsnipi have my moments12:50
zoraelWith what command do I patch files with only the information I got from http://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=20997#c1 ? In other words, no .patch file, but just those lines12:50
newinLinuxActionParsnip, need your help, qn is in other link. send u now12:51
Unibob|laptopgoing afk for awhile...bbl12:51
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: qn?12:52
newinLinuxsorry this is here12:53
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: wow thats some poor partitioning dude12:53
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: your / partition is 67Gb and only 3% used12:54
newinLinuxhi here is the question12:57
newinLinuxhow could i use that 67 gb??12:58
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newinLinux!mount, but i did not get, just error message12:58
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)12:58
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: you can create a folder on / some place and create a symlink to it from you home folder12:59
newinLinuxhow it is done??13:00
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: you will need to set the owner to your username and chmod it 750. you will then be able to access the link in your home dir and it will feel like a normal folder but the ACTUAL storage is done on the other partition. If you do any backups you MUST tell it to follow symlinks13:00
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: otherwise the linked data will be missed13:00
newinLinuxsymlinks?? cud you tell me??13:01
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: a symlink gives the impression to the OS that a file or folder exists, when its really just a link, its like a windows shortcut but gives more flexibility than allowing to execute something easier13:02
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: something like this will sort you out. read and understand the command before you run it though13:02
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ActionParsnipnewinLinux: sudo mkdir /media/extra; sudo chown $USER /media/extra; sudo chmod 750 /media/extra; ln -s /media/extra ~/extra13:03
newinLinuxI will try it13:04
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: now when you copy files to ~/extra they will actually be copied to /media/extra (which is on you / partition)13:04
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: you can rename the link to whatever you like13:05
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: do yo uunderstand what is going on there?13:06
ActionParsnipthe first bits make a folder but it will be owned by root, so ne next bits give the folder to your username with full access13:07
aymanhi all13:08
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: fyi, if you type cd ~/extra in terminal you will see the folders as you would expect a normal cd command to work, if you cd .. (or hit up in nautilus etc) it will go back to your home dir and NOT /media13:08
ActionParsnip!hi ayman13:08
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about hi ayman13:08
ActionParsnip!hi | ayman13:08
ubottuayman: Hi! Welcome to #kubuntu!13:09
newinLinuxhurray I got the directory now13:09
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: you can copy and paste to the konsole, thats why i gave the whole command13:09
clau30hi. I broke my keyboard layout settings. Anyone know what do to / which package to dpkg-reconfigure? There isn't anything appearing in system setting (kde4)13:09
administrator_hi everybody13:09
ActionParsnipnewinLinux: but if youwanna type it thats fine too13:10
ubottuTo switch your keyboard layout on GNOME: System -> Preferences -> Keyboard (GNOME) - KDE: K -> System Settings -> Regional & Language -> Keyboard Layout (KDE) - Xfce: see https://help.ubuntu.com/6.10/xubuntu/desktopguide/C/switch-keyboard-layout.html - See also !Shortcuts13:10
aymanthis is my first time here13:10
administrator_hope today someone can help me today... because yesterday I had no luck...13:10
newinLinuxI am now uploading file there and will see which space is consumed !13:10
administrator_!nick Arminius_13:10
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about nick Arminius_13:10
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ur8upanyone having trouble with kubuntu freezing every night.  I lock my desktop and every morning i have to reset the power button.13:10
ubottuTo switch your keyboard layout on GNOME: System -> Preferences -> Keyboard (GNOME) - KDE: K -> System Settings -> Regional & Language -> Keyboard Layout (KDE) - Xfce: see https://help.ubuntu.com/6.10/xubuntu/desktopguide/C/switch-keyboard-layout.html - See also !Shortcuts13:10
newinLinuxhurray, thank you very much, it is being used now13:11
Arminius_is there somebody who has some time to help me with a serious problem yesterday nobody could fix?13:11
newinLinuxbad partition, did i need to have small primary partition during installation??13:11
BluesKajArminius_ , that statment is really going to attract help :)13:12
Arminius_could you have a look13:12
BluesKajArminius_, looking13:12
Arminius_and tell me why Adept is trying to kill itself?13:13
Arminius_thanks a lot!13:13
Arminius_the packages it wants to remove are critical!13:13
Arminius_and I tried sudo apt-get upgrade too, but that just updated some packages, not KDE13:13
Arminius_because I tried to get from 4.1 to 4.213:14
Arminius_thanks for your time and help :)13:14
BluesKajArminius_ , have you updated the sources.list to fetch the required new packages ... just doing a dist-upgrade won't cut it .13:14
Arminius_I know13:15
Arminius_I did also apt-get update13:15
ur8upanyone having trouble with kubuntu freezing every night.  I lock my desktop and every morning i have to reset the power button.13:15
Arminius_but it's the fact that it wants to remove those critical packages that isn't ok... :s13:15
BluesKajArminius_ , post your sources.list , thenmaybe we'll know what's going on13:15
Arminius_instead of just upgrading them...13:16
ActionParsnipur8up: used to but then switched to fluxbox, seems ok in jaunty for me13:16
Arminius_just a sec ;)13:16
ur8upok not sure how to do that13:16
ActionParsnipur8up: i'd wait for official release, or you could try ssh in from another system and kill kdm13:19
Arminius_there you go :)13:20
ur8upok i have been reading some info on hibernate and wakeup is this an issue?13:22
ActionParsnipur8up: sounds like it13:23
ActionParsnipur8up: you could head to screen saver settings and make sure they are disabled and the screen is not set to hibernate etc13:23
donG_anyone running kubuntu in vmware fusion ?13:25
ur8upi will try that tahks13:26
nukedeathkubuntu feels alot better than gnome13:26
nukedeathBut why is there a delay when i press the kickoff?13:27
ActionParsnipo the k menu13:27
ActionParsnipnot sure, are you using effects?13:28
nukedeathturned everything off13:28
nukedeathIts like a 1 second delay it seems13:29
ActionParsnipnukedeath: have you installed video drivers as well as full updates?13:29
nukedeathYes i have updated fylly13:29
nukedeathinstalled new drivers with envy... but since i got ATI.. that could be the entire problem xD13:30
ActionParsnipnukedeath: i'd blame that, envy sucks13:30
nukedeathActionParsnip: Hmm13:31
nukedeathI remove in "Hardware Drivers" and add the ones it reccommend13:31
Arminius_sorry but BluesKaj did you have a look?13:32
newinLinuxdon bother about this I am just practicing13:32
nukedeathIt dosent seem to want to restart13:33
BluesKajArminius_, yeah , what version are you upgrading to ?13:33
Arminius_from 4.1 to 4.213:33
cincomy brother in law have a tsunami slider and he wants to install ubuntu in is laptop13:34
Arminius_at least trying to ;)13:34
Arminius_isn't the source correct?13:34
ActionParsnipArminius_: you could let it have its fun then immediately run: sudo apt-get --reinstall kubuntu-desktop13:35
cinco i have the original cd but when i try to run it it bloks in the fase 2/713:35
ActionParsnipsudo apt-get --reinstall install kubuntu-desktop13:35
Arminius_hem yeah but that's not how a normal update works isn't it?13:35
BluesKajArminius_ , you need to upgrade your kde sources13:36
Arminius_which line is wrong?13:36
Arminius_I added the last one just to get the update...13:36
cincohe former had W xp home edition13:36
ActionParsnipArminius_: the last line will reinstall all the apps that the install uninstalls13:36
ActionParsnipcinco: boot to live cd to test it out, if its all good, you can install to it13:37
ActionParsnipcinco: is it a laptop?13:37
ActionParsnipcinco: just checking13:38
Arminius_ActionParsnip isn't there a softer way? like BluesKaj said with updating the kde sources?13:38
Arminius_what link should I add?13:38
Arminius_or remove?13:38
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ActionParsnipArminius_: not sure duder, you could test by commenting out repos and updating to see what it says13:39
Arminius_if I comment out the last line, it won't want ask to update anything...13:40
Arminius_could there be a bug in the source link?13:40
ActionParsnipwell thats the repo with all the new kde stuff on so its gonna act that way13:42
Arminius_yeah :s13:42
Arminius_it's just that I am afraid to mess up my system, that's why I don't want to remove and reinstall... it just doesn't sound right :s hoped there a simpler solution...13:43
cincoit runs with the cd13:43
ActionParsnipArminius_: its my suggestion, if you hold fire then someone else may have a better solution13:44
ActionParsnipArminius_: try asking later13:44
Arminius_ok thanks13:44
Arminius_I'll try :)13:44
Arminius_but thanks a lot :)13:44
Arminius_hoped that BluesKaj had that good solution and was about to give it to me ^^13:45
cincoi'm goin to try to install ubuntu by the net13:45
BluesKajArminius_ , join #kde for advice13:45
Arminius_ok thanks13:45
Arminius_bye ;)13:46
nukedeathThe new drivers didnt change anything :p13:47
nukedeathATI really sucks :(13:49
cincoit's blokin13:52
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cincoi don't know what to do. maybe it's the laptop it's kinda old13:55
puddleHey need some help it wont let me install a certain package i need.13:57
puddle: Unable to lock the administration directory (/var/lib/dpkg/), is another process using it?13:57
puddleWhat does that mean?13:58
fosco_close any other package manager13:58
fosco_such as adept or synaptic or so13:58
ActionParsnippuddle: do you have synaptic open?13:58
puddlei'll check13:58
DragnslcrIf you don't have anything else open, try this13:58
ActionParsnippuddle: are you running updates right now?13:58
puddleI typed sudo before the command13:58
ubottuIf 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 »13:58
cincomay i can run the 8.04 from my pen13:59
puddleno i dont13:59
puddleokay i will try the second one :)13:59
ActionParsnippuddle: only ONE thing can interface with the packages so you must close all the others if yu want to use apt-get13:59
ActionParsnippuddle: if there is none open then you can use the !aptfix factoid above13:59
puddlewhat do you mean all the others?13:59
ActionParsnippuddle: if you have synaptic open, apt-get cannot function as synaptic has locked the packages14:00
puddleah okay14:00
shadowhywindhay all I was wondering if there was a command to see what programs are accessing the internet? (everytime i connect to a paticular wireless network, my download speed is constantly going and I want to know why)14:00
puddlei cant find it in my tray14:00
ActionParsnipshadowhywind: ntop14:00
puddleso i dont think i have it open14:00
ActionParsnippuddle: then run: sudo fuser -vki /var/lib/dpkg/lock;sudo dpkg --configure -a14:01
puddleok cheers14:01
shadowhywindActionParsnip: thanks will have to install it, and give it a try14:01
rmrfslash_20 days until 9.04?14:01
puddleok the command worked cheers :)14:01
puddlewoooohooooo <314:02
ActionParsniprmrfslash_: ive heard its pushed back to august14:03
rmrfslash_yeah right.14:03
PiciI've heard that the official channel is #ubuntu+114:03
ActionParsnipPici: i heard that too but it was in my bad ear14:03
rmrfslash_I have a development question. I am using an ATI card w/ open source driver. Now, does the Kubuntu team typically aim to ensure working drivers etc.?14:05
rmrfslash_I realize the Kubuntu team doesn't develop these drivers14:06
shadowhywindActionParsnip: ok after running ntop, where is the file i need to open up witht he webbrowser?14:06
ActionParsnipshadowhywind: not sure, i only know OF the app14:06
ActionParsnip!info ntop14:06
ubottuntop (source: ntop): display network usage in web browser. In component universe, is optional. Version 3:3.3-11 (intrepid), package size 4442 kB, installed size 14904 kB14:06
ActionParsnipshadowhywind: http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=web&ct=res&cd=1&url=https%3A%2F%2Fhelp.ubuntu.com%2Fcommunity%2FNtop&ei=eqHcSaWQHo-Ntger--H4DA&usg=AFQjCNGnlCP2_D0202zFzFl1s__XAp4hlQ14:07
ActionParsnipi hate google14:07
shadowhywindActionParsnip: I just found the ubuntu help file for it..14:07
rmrfslash_I hate firefox14:07
ActionParsnipshadowhywind: http://localhost:300014:07
rmrfslash_I like when ff uses 120% CPU14:08
ActionParsniprmrfslash_: hit opera, its nifty14:08
rmrfslash_when will safari come to linux ;)14:08
rmrfslash_sucker is based on webkit afterall14:08
rmrfslash_safari 4 passes the latest ACID test14:09
ActionParsniprmrfslash_: tried Epiphany?14:09
newinLinuxThank you to all of you and specially to Actionparnship! I am going to leave now!!14:09
EruaranIs is worth the effort ?14:09
engineerrmrfslash_ does the lastest public non beta release of safari pass the acid test 3 ?14:10
newinLinuxIt was very nice to talk to you!! Fun and enjoy!14:10
puddleokay i have apt get command. But it comes up with package configuration and i still need to type more commands to get the package i need? I cant type anything though14:10
rmrfslash_ActionParsnip: no14:10
puddleBecause its in the way :(14:10
ActionParsniprmrfslash_: it can use webkit if its a big thing for you14:10
shadowhywindis there a command to check to see if there are any folders being "shared"14:10
jasonjust installed last night. Now I can't get firefox listed in adept. need help14:11
ActionParsnipjason: sudo apt-get update; sudo apt-get install firefox14:11
rmrfslash_ActionParsnip: It's not a big thing for me.... but I would assume that Safari would be easy to get workin on linux... I think Apple doesn't like linux :(14:11
ActionParsniprmrfslash_: no idea, i hate apple14:11
engineersame hardware = double price tag14:12
ActionParsnipengineer: bingo14:12
rmrfslash_engineer: agreed14:12
ActionParsnipbut its pretty :)14:12
rmrfslash_engineer: of course, you get OS X ;)14:12
ActionParsnippretty lame14:13
engineernot talking about the OS14:13
engineerit's good i believe14:13
rmrfslash_engineer: it's good. but... still not work $100014:14
engineernot 100014:14
jasonty for the help. THe update did it.14:14
jasonnot sure why adept update didn't list it though14:14
rmrfslash_engineer: I'm saying, if you buy a machine (say from dell) for like $1000 and then one from Apple that's identical specs for like $2000, the only thing you can say is that OS X cost you a first time fee of $100014:15
rmrfslash_engineer: updates are only $13014:15
rmrfslash_engineer: Apple sucks.14:15
ubottu#kubuntu is the official Kubuntu support channel, for all Kubuntu-related support questions. Please use #kubuntu-offtopic for general chatter. Thanks!14:16
rmrfslash_crap... I was just pwned14:16
engineeri guess someone wants to save bandwidth14:16
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about pwn14:16
DarkTanare there any good virtual cd drive programs for linux?14:25
fosco_DarkriftX: yo do not need them14:26
fosco_just mount the iso file wherever you want14:26
DarkTanone: who is DarkriftX? 2 how do i mount the an .mdf?14:27
fosco_if it is an iso file mount -t iso9660 file.iso /whereveryouwant14:29
puddlePackage configuration14:29
puddle ┌───────────────────────┤ Configuring sun-java6-jre ├───────────────────────┐14:29
fosco_-o loop (sorry)14:29
puddle │                                                                           │14:29
puddle │ Operating System Distributor License for Java v1.1 (DLJ)                  ↑14:29
puddle │                                                                           ▮14:29
puddle │ Operating System Distributor License for Java version 1.1 (DLJ)           ▒14:29
DarkTanthey are .mdf /mds files14:29
puddle │                                                                           ▒14:29
puddleThat is in the way how do i finish the install?14:29
puddleI cant type anywhere else :X14:29
DarkTan!pastebin | puddle14:30
ubottupuddle: pastebin is a service to post large texts so you don't flood the channel. The Ubuntu pastebin is at http://paste.ubuntu.com (be sure to give the URL of your paste - see also the #kubuntu channel topic)14:30
IppatsuManpuddle: press tab to change the input focus on "ok", "accept" or whatever, then press enter14:30
puddlety so much IppatsuMan14:31
IppatsuManpuddle: you're welcome :)14:31
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lokaican't get the repository packages of python-gtk to work properly. python -c "import gtk" fails, when it clearly shouldn't.14:48
lokaiany ideas whats going on?14:49
declanHello Everyone. I'm looking for some help with sound on jaunty.14:50
declanTried googling, ubuntu forums, messing about; no joy. Sound is completely dead. I have a V823714:52
declanI would appreciate any help, pointers, or any help at all, really!14:52
Unibob|laptopJaunty is a beta, you would probably have better luck in #ubuntu+1 as that is where the support for 9.04 is right now until it's released.   :)14:53
declanCool. Thanks unibob14:53
Unibob|laptopyup, np14:53
declanI'll head over there. is there a Kubuntu+1?14:53
spawn57have any of you gotten google earth working on kubuntu? when I start it it says It can't identify my graphics card14:54
Unksideclan: that channel is for everything jaunty related14:54
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simone_hello this is italian ubuntu channel?14:55
simone_where can I found it?14:56
thebethis is my configuration file for samba15:04
thebeI could not connect to the server, the message is like 'server exists but verify that you typed the correct share folder and try again!'15:05
DarkTanhow much space does natulis take up and how i install it? sudi apt-get gnome?15:22
jasonneed help with sound. I have none. nothing is muted but no sound. I have Ati IXP sound. <--laptop15:23
jasonjust don't know where to go from here15:23
engineerapt-get install nautilus15:23
engineerbut dolphin is far more superior15:23
DarkTandoes it take up alot of space?15:23
DarkTani'm using it for mounting disk images15:24
engineertry it and see it15:24
* DarkTan like dolphin alot more15:24
engineerdolphin owns nautilus's ass15:24
DarkTanany idea who i can get dolphin to mount disk images?15:25
DarkTanthe only thing i can find for .mdf files is through nautilus15:25
DarkTanhow do i do this? "Download the Nautilus Actions Schemas for MOUNTING and UNMOUNTING disk images from within nautilus.15:27
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thebeproblem in samba configurations!15:48
thebeanyone to help me??15:49
eagles0513875thebe: you would need to be more specific then that and be patient if anyone knows how to help ya fix your problem they will respond15:53
thebethank you, thank you15:55
thebeI could not share folder15:55
ubottuSamba is the way to cooperate with Windows environments. Links with more info: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MountWindowsSharesPermanently and https://help.ubuntu.com/8.10/serverguide/C/windows-networking.html - Samba can be administered via the web with SWAT.15:56
eagles0513875thebe: im not sure if either of those linkx would help you15:56
thebethank you, I will try15:57
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DarkTanok, i give up on the nautilus thing: anyone idea how i can moung mdf images?16:01
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about mdf16:01
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about images16:01
eagles0513875DarkTan: is this a cd image or picture16:02
DarkTancd image16:02
eagles0513875k3b doesnt do that16:02
DarkTandoes kde4 do it?16:03
eagles0513875hold on let me chec k3b on kde 416:03
eagles0513875DarkTan: i would try it and see i dont have any mdf images that i can test with16:04
fantastroni think the mount -t iso9660 will work16:04
DarkTanhow do i use that?16:05
eagles0513875DarkTan: its really self explanatory to use16:05
fantastronmount -t iso9660 -o loop image.mdf directoryWhereYouwattomount16:05
DarkTanok, will read and try, thx16:06
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eagles0513875DarkTan: no prob bro16:06
eagles0513875!it | loppin16:06
ubottuloppin: Vai su #ubuntu-it se vuoi parlare in italiano, in questo canale usiamo solo l'inglese. Grazie! (click col tasto destro sul nome del canale per entrare)16:06
fantastronif you want something with a gui16:06
fantastronyou can utry this http://onlyubuntu.blogspot.com/2007/06/mount-and-unmount-isomdfnrg-images.html16:06
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thebeYep, I configured samba, and share the file but I am unable to write in the shared file!16:30
thebehow it would be possible??16:30
Mr_Grieves|I'm using the 4.2.2 kde build in the ppa, and I'm running into this problem with cmake:16:30
Mr_Grieves|Unknown CMake command "macro_optional_find_package".16:30
Mr_Grieves|It looks like the kdelibs5-dev package should provide it, but that's already installed :/16:31
eagles0513875thebe: what exactly are you trying to do16:32
eagles0513875thebe: firstly are you on a machine that is setup to duel boot16:32
thebeNo, I have two machine one with ubuntu server and the other with vista16:33
tsimpsonMr_Grieves|: it's defined in /usr/share/cmake-2.6/Modules/MacroAddFileDependencies.cmake so "include(MacroAddFileDependencies)" is needed16:33
eagles0513875thebe: and you want to mount the windows share in linux right with read write access16:33
thebeand I found the shared folder in vista, but while I tried to write, I was unsuccessful16:33
eagles0513875i have a solution that way you can access the windows stuff from linux16:34
eagles0513875!smbfs | thebe16:35
ubottuSorry, I don't know anything about smbfs16:35
eagles0513875!info smbfs | thebe16:35
ubottuthebe: smbfs (source: samba): mount and umount commands for the smbfs (for kernels >= than 2.2.x). In component main, is optional. Version 2:3.2.3-1ubuntu3.4 (intrepid), package size 1343 kB, installed size 4156 kB16:35
tsimpsonMr_Grieves|: actually, it's in MacroOptionalFindPackage.cmake (kdelibs5-dev)16:36
thebeevent not found error is displayed16:37
Mr_Grieves|tsimpson -- hmm, that file isn't there on my system.16:38
tsimpsonMr_Grieves|: should be in /usr/share/kde4/apps/cmake/modules/MacroOptionalFindPackage.cmake16:39
Mr_Grieves|tsimpson -- Ok, that exists on the file system, but cmake isn't find it16:42
Mr_Grieves|Is there a path I need to add that to?16:42
tsimpsonMr_Grieves|: set(CMAKE_MODULE_PATH "/usr/share/kde4/apps/cmake/modules")16:45
administrator_how can you choose your window managing system?16:46
eagles0513875thebe: did it work for ya16:48
Mr_Grieves|tsimpson -- Ah, that did it. Thanks :)16:50
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fantastronHi administrator! What's the case? You want to use kdm instead of gdm?16:54
eagles0513875thebe: im heading home ill be on to see if that did the trick for ya17:00
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cincoanyone speaks portuguese?17:02
Pici!pt | cinco17:02
ubottucinco: Por favor, use #ubuntu-br ou #ubuntu-pt para ajuda em português. Obrigado.17:02
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zoraelCan anyone tell me how to apply the patch at http://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=20997#c1 ? I have the source and everything ready, but those lines don't look like .patch files usually do, so I don't know how to apply it17:03
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picketfenceFor those of you who remember my dilemma from yesterday, I have an update.17:26
picketfenceThe computer with BroadCom Wireless had to be converted back to the darkside in order to work correctly.17:27
picketfenceA moment of silence for a lost laptop......17:27
picketfenceThank you. Have a nice day.17:28
admiral0hi guys17:35
admiral0what kernel does jaunty have?17:35
admiral0is it *.28 or *.29?17:36
LOH <admiral0>?17:37
admiral0LOH if you have kubuntu jaunty could you please `uname -r`17:38
tsimpsonadmiral0: packages.ubuntu.com17:39
ubottuJaunty Jackalope is the codename for Ubuntu 9.04, due April 23rd, 2009 -  Schedule in https://wiki.ubuntu.com/JauntyReleaseSchedule - Lots of breakage between now and April 23rd - Please join #ubuntu+1 for discussion and support.17:41
homyHello, is there a to-do-list widget for plasma?17:41
admiral0tsimpson. thank you (2.6.28 ) :)17:42
Mamarokhomy: not AFAIK, did you check in kde-look.org?17:44
homyMamarok: no, I'll do so now.17:44
tomsdaleis there a way of starting eclipse in kubuntu without the super bold GTK look?17:55
p-fwhen restoring from suspend-to-ram, my laptop immediatly goes back to sleep. Why?17:56
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slerderHey guys for some reason when I open gparted and select any hard drive they all show as if the entire drive was "unallocated". Any idea on how to solve this, i need to make a new partition in the free space i know i have on a certain drive. thanks18:18
slerderHey guys it looks like some partitions are overlapping using the sudo fdisk -lu command, and thats why gparted shows entire drives as unallocated. What can i do to fix this? thanks18:23
reisican anyone confirm multihead with fglrx and 64-bit intrepid is *not* working18:34
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ubunturosI have a lag of 3 seconds! What does it really mean? My words posted to this channel will actually reach after 3 seconds?18:41
tsimpsonubuntulog: means it takes 3 seconds for a message to get from your client to the server and back again18:45
ubunturostsimpson: oh, ok. Thanks (you got the nick wrong; doesn't matter, thanks)18:49
tsimpsonubunturos: I should really start checking *before* hitting enter...18:50
ubunturostsimpson: no problem, it just took a while to identify that message was for me :)18:51
Pollywogwill it be possible to upgrade Hardy directly to Jaunty without first upgrading Hardy to Intrepid, or would this be foolhardy?18:51
Pollywogno pun intended18:51
rosco_yHow do you copy files from Linux to a VirtualBox XP installation?18:53
Pollywogrosco_y: I think Virtualbox allows you to have directories readable in the host OS18:54
rosco_yPollywog: Thanks, so maybe I copy the files to a designated directory, where they can be shared?18:55
tsimpsonPollywog: you have to upgrade in-order18:55
NoughmadPollywog: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/JauntyUpgrades/Kubuntu/8.0418:55
tsimpsonso hardy->intrepid->jaunty18:55
Pollywogrosco_y: yes, you can set it up in the Virtualbox settings18:55
Pollywogtsimpson: that is what I thought, thanks18:55
rosco_yPollywog: Awesome--thanks for the help!18:56
PollywogNoughmad: ty18:56
admiral0i'm about to try jaunty beta18:56
admiral0known issues?18:56
s_hello anybody there??18:57
jason_froebeadmiral0 - running jaunty beta now... no real issues that I've found18:57
jason_froebeI had to use the alternate cd method of upgrading though - the distro upgrade method didn't find the beta for me18:57
jeiworthspeaking of which, anyone already has it installed and the same problem in kontact as me? in the calendar the views  for day, week and workweek is not being displayed, month view is ok thoug18:57
admiral0jason_froebe: i'll try the live. I need some tools for my freerunner that are not available on archlinux :S18:58
jeiworthjason_froebe: can you take a quick look into your kontact calendar18:58
leifdk1978hmmmm ff3 or konq18:58
admiral0leifdk1978 ?18:59
s_hi...sorry to ask....is it real chat..or automated messages..???18:59
leifdk1978to use firefox 3.x or konquer maybe the webkit version18:59
jason_froebejeiworth - sure gimme a sec19:00
admiral0i prefer konq but that depends on your tastes19:00
jeiworthjason_froebe: thanks!19:00
s_no reply 2me..??   :(19:00
leifdk1978ok admiral0 and the normal or webkit19:00
admiral0you can switch when you want19:01
leifdk1978ok i kind of love the webkit back end19:01
jason_froebejeiworth - confirmed the day/week/work week buttons do not produce the panel19:01
jason_froebebut the month/year do19:01
jeiworthjason_froebe: ok, so its not just a local problem, thanks19:02
jason_froebelooks like a minor bug to fix19:02
jason_froebeis my guess19:02
jeiworthhope so, lets check if there is already a bug report on it, but i suppose so since its quite obvious19:02
admiral0leifdk1978 i prefer khtml19:02
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astrobearhow do you set the default java to sun-java?19:17
Noughmadastrobear: sudo update-alternatives --config java19:18
jeiworthjason_froebe: talked to the guys in #kontact, the problem appears to be unique to kubuntu19:26
jason_froebeinteresting - I wonder if kubuntu/canonical added a patch to it19:26
LaeborgHow can I get the ethernet to work through wlan0 and still be connected to a LAN on eth0 ?19:27
joshjtlanyone know how to install skype on x86-64 ?19:28
jason_froebeLaeborg - take a look at routing .. specifically the default route.  if you want the main connection to be on eth0, you would delete the default route for your wlan019:29
Noughmadjoshjtl: https://help.ubuntu.com/community/Medibuntu19:29
Laeborgwlan0 should be the main connection.19:29
joshjtlthx Noughmad19:29
Laeborgbut how does i specific that ?19:29
jason_froebeLaeborg - sudo route del -net gw dev eth0  <--- replace with whatever your default gateway is on eth019:31
LaeborgThen I can use the ethernet on wlan0 but still be a member of the LAN on eth0 ?19:31
ForgeAusargh it looks like Chrome for linux will be GTK  :(19:31
jason_froebeLaeborg - correct.19:32
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LaeborgSIOCDELRT: No such process19:32
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jason_froebeLaeborg - do a "route -n | grep" and post that?19:33
Laeborg192.168.1.0   U     2      0        0 wlan019:33
Laeborg0.0.0.0         UG    0      0        0 wlan019:33
Laeborgbut the cable isn't plugged in eth0 yet, because then the net doesn't work19:34
jason_froebeLaeborg - ah .. looks like you don't have a default route going on eth019:34
puddleHi i have tryed to install php4 several times. Through terminal and normally. I have tryed to look for the package on my machine and i cant find it19:34
puddleCan someone provide me with answers i would be most grateful :)19:34
jason_froebeLaeborg - and you're not able to see anything on the eth0?19:34
Laeborg2 sec19:37
Laeborgwhen I plug in the cable19:37
reisii'm out of choices over here.. has anyone gotten multiple displays to work in jaunty and ati hardware?19:38
jason_froebeLaeborg - no prob:  sudo route del -net gw dev eth0 ; sudo route add -net gw dev wlan0  <-- should work19:39
puddleHi i have tryed to install php4 several times. Through terminal and normally. I have tryed to look for the package on my machine and i cant find it19:40
jason_froebeLaeborg - what is happening when you plug in the ethernet cable is that your default route is being replaced with the ethernet route19:40
Laeborgnow its working.19:40
Laeborgthanks man :D19:40
jason_froebepuddle - which version of kubuntu?19:40
jason_froebeLaeborg - woohoo!19:40
puddleLatest jason_froebe19:40
Laeborgyou saved my day. Sitting at a LAN party with 3 friends :P19:40
jason_froebepuddle - Latest as in 8.10 or 9.04 beta19:40
jason_froebeLaeborg - go frag them ;-)19:41
jason_froebepuddle - php4 is not in the intrepid (8.10) release19:41
puddleah i see19:41
jason_froebeat least not that I could find19:41
puddleSo jason_froebe i need the correct php version for my os?19:41
puddleI see i see19:42
DocTomoepuddle: you might want to get rid of php4 alltogether. It is pretty dead19:42
puddleWell i am new to linux. But i wanted to learn php to avoid wasting time on irc19:43
puddleDocTomoe can you recomend me something then i'm not sure?19:43
puddleWhat about php5?19:43
jason_froebepuddle - php5 is the supported release and can be installed with aptitude install php519:43
DocTomoephp5 is the successor, and it's pretty much the standard since two years ago...19:43
DocTomoepuddle: do you have any prior programming expertise?19:44
puddleah okay cheers jason_froebe19:44
puddleAnd DocTomoe19:44
puddleNo DocTomoe19:44
puddleWant to learn19:44
jason_froebepuddle - you can see all the different add ons for php5 by doing aptitude search php519:44
puddleah okay cheers19:44
puddleI'll have to do sudo command19:44
DocTomoepuddle: you might seriously reconsider PHP then. You might want to start with something more structured like C++ or Perl - even Java.19:45
puddleBecause i'm not on as root19:45
puddlei thought perl was harder?19:45
puddlei thought php was easy?19:45
ForgeAusPython is easy :)19:45
jason_froebepuddle - depends on what you want to do really19:45
ForgeAusHaskell is difficult, or at least for me19:46
puddlei dont really know anything about programming19:46
DocTomoepuddle: it is. this is the point. PHP is too allowing, giving first-timers the impression that anything that works is actually a good idea. I've waded in blood of web scripts that were written by autodidacts that started with PHP.19:46
puddleNeed to start somewhere19:46
jason_froebepuddle - for web stuff, php or java would be fine19:46
puddleok i see19:46
DocTomoepuddle: If you seriously want to do some Coding, You should first learn a language that forces you to do some stuff the way it was tought.19:46
vandenoeverwow kdevelop 4 in 9.0419:46
puddleDocTomoe would that be perl?19:47
jason_froebeif you wanted to learn perl, http://www.perlmonks.org will help ya along19:47
DocTomoepython is fine as a starter language, I concur...19:47
puddlecheers japonski_19:47
puddlejason froebe19:47
DocTomoepuddle: perl, python, ruby, java, c++, anything is fine. Just don't start with php.19:47
puddleok advise taken19:47
puddleJava seems easy19:47
puddleI'll learn perl19:48
* DocTomoe drings a pepsi for another soul saved.19:48
puddleCheers guys19:48
jason_froebethey're all easy in their own way.  when you get into the nitty gritty is when each of them become a bit tricky19:48
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vandenoeveranyone using an ati card with jaunty? it's freezing up for me19:50
vandenoeverx1650 is the one i have19:50
DocTomoeis there any native KDE4 video player?19:54
DocTomoeI'd use vlc, but sound stopped working in jaunty (I know, niot a problem to be discussed here), and kaffeine seems to be stuck to KDE219:54
vandenoeverDocTomoe: there is dragonplayer19:54
astrobearty so much Noughmad19:55
vandenoeverDocTomoe: it is called 'dragon'19:55
Noughmadglad to help19:55
xjjkhello, I'm using the Kubuntu 9.04 LiveCD... whats' the l/p on it?19:55
vandenoeverDocTomoe: and i just crashed it by running it over ssh ...19:55
xjjkI'm at a kdm screen and it's asking for a login..19:56
carlabolivaralguien q hable español19:56
DocTomoecarlabolivar: you might want to check out #kubuntu-es19:57
DocTomoexjjk: this is strange. You are sure you use the live CD?19:58
xjjkDocTomoe: I think so...19:58
DocTomoexjjk: try user/user19:59
xjjkDocTomoe: I downloaded a CD image of the beta and put it onto a USB disk via unetbootin19:59
joshjtlanyone know of a free way to send and receive sms online?19:59
DocTomoedragonplayer works fine, thanks, guys 'n gals :)20:00
vandenoeverwow, eclipse 3.2 in 9.04, that is ancient20:18
siachrisI am no longer "away"20:22
siachrisI guess20:22
knubbevandenoever: i think is ooffice 2.x as well.20:25
vandenoeverknubbe: it says Version: 1:3.0.1-9ubuntu1 for openoffice20:26
vandenoeverguess that means 320:26
vandenoeverknubbe: yes, openoffice is 3.0 in jaunty20:28
knubbeoh, nice20:29
ghostcube___i have following problem from mac to samba on linux and back only 1,1 mb for copying anyone an idea what could be the problem20:30
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joshjtlare there any better widgets for panel for amarok? whats playing now is ok but i'd like a little fuller21:02
fosco_joshjtl: take a look on kde-look.org21:02
carlos_como faço para atualizar o amsn?/21:05
ubottuPor favor, use #ubuntu-br ou #ubuntu-pt para ajuda em português. Obrigado.21:06
ravimaddulahow to configure bluetooth PAN21:11
Dirushey there is a bug that has a workaround suggested upstream, and the bug won't be fixed by the release of jaunty21:12
DirusI made a comment about the bandaid fix on the bug report, but I'm not sure it's going to be seen by the right eyes21:12
DirusI was going to post another comment to mention the fix again, but I thought maybe there'd be someone in here I could tell that would do more good21:15
jessie_Dirus: what app?21:16
jessie_Dirus: What bug? lol21:17
mkargarhello!how to install koffice2-kde4 candidate 1 in kubuntu 8.10 from repo21:20
mkargarhello!how to install koffice2-kde4 candidate 1 in kubuntu 8.10 from repo?21:20
joshjtldoes anyone use raptor menu?21:21
m4vmkargar: koffice2 rc1 is only available in 9.04, requires qt4.521:26
SandGorgonjoshjtl: looks cool...21:27
jessie_To be honest, I find the 9.04 version soooooooo much more stable than 8.1021:33
jessie_I upgraded clear back at Alpha 2 and it was more stable for me even then21:34
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joshjtlwhats kde 4 installation dir ?22:12
mariuszchuj w dupe22:13
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TheGentlemanHello. can anyone have a look at this connection problem ?  http://pastebin.com/m31bd199522:27
TheGentlemanthe output comes from wicd, started from konsole to see what happens.  But I don't think it is a wicd problem. The same wicd works now connected to a wire22:29
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StormWingedhello guys22:34
picketfenceWould anyone else be amused to know that a computer which had Kubuntu on it refused to accept a WindowsXP installation?22:35
StormWingedi`m looking for "linux-kernel-devel", it`s required to install vmware workstation
StormWingedbut aptitude dont found it22:35
StormWingedCouldn't find any package whose name or description matched "linux-kernel-devel"22:35
StormWingedany help?22:36
TheGentlemani'm unsure a devel kernel is in normal repositories22:36
StormWingedwell... when i`m googling it... on ubuntu forum it`s optional...22:37
NoughmadStormWinged: AFAIK linux-headers-generic is the devel package22:38
TheGentlemananyway, kubuntu is making big leaps...down!  My network card works fine with 8.04, is seen but doesn't work with 8.10 and is not even seen by 9.04 beta22:41
TheGentlemanthose fools spend their time on eyecandies instead that on having a reliable product....22:42
=== [GuS] is now known as Me
=== Me is now known as [GuS]
BluesKajI installed konvi-kde4 with svn , but it installed in a diff dir than KDEDIR ..I was told by the kde devs to ask advice on this problem here since kubuntu is my distro . I suspect the original; kde3.5 version of konversation should have been uninstalled first , but rather than start over is there a way to find the right dir for konvi-kde4 ?22:47
StormWingedNoughmad: okay... then it will find the right linux headers for my kernel?22:52
StormWingedor i have to select it?22:52
Noughmadit's a metapackage that depends on the latest kernel's (probably the one you're using) headers22:53
Noughmadbut I don't know how it works with VMWare as I've never tried that22:53
StormWingedwell... after i ask apt22:53
StormWingedit seems that is updated22:53
StormWingedis faster oO22:55
StormWingedi have to install it... cus i`m depending photoshop CS 222:56
StormWingedinstalling vmware is faster :D22:56
mattparryHi!  dist-upgrading, crashed 1/2 way through, now KDM wont start KDE, any idears?23:10
davidjheinrichgood evening23:18
davidjheinrich can anyone help me with installing radeonhd head? I'm having an error when trying to get the drm kernel modules using git checkout -b r6xx-r7xx-support origin/r6xx-r7xx-support23:18
henry_BRWhen I upgrade to kubuntu 9.04 from 8.10, may I lose my docs from Desktop or Documents or any personal fold ? Do I have to make a backup of my personal files?23:20
Noughmadhenry_BR: it is possible (if something goes very wrong) but very inlikely23:21
henry_BRNoughmad: thank you23:22
Dirusit's always good to have a backup of important files23:24
davidjheinrichanyone have any idea on my issue?23:28
calwighow can i set the proxy settings in kubuntu? i cannot seem to find the similar network proxy settings as in ubuntu23:31
jeiworthcalwig: should be in system settings -> network23:32
BluesKajdavidjheinrich, ??23:32
calwigjeiworth: do you have the command to start it?23:33
jeiworthcalwig: uhm depends, what version are you on? i think they changed that in jaunty...23:34
TheGentlemancan anyone expert in networking have a look at this ?  http://pastebin.com/m31bd1995   wicd on kubuntu 8.0423:37
LaeborgI have WinXP running through VirtualBox, but how does I copy data from /home/laeborg to the VirtualBox harddrive ?23:37
KDeskKonversation for KDE4 is much better than Quassel! :)  You can get it for Jaunty from this PPA  https://launchpad.net/~tonio/+archive/ppa23:38
ubottuvirtualbox is a x86 !virtualizer. A !free edition is available from !Gutsy as 'virtualbox-ose'. A non-free edition is available at http://virtualbox.org for most Ubuntu releases (help in #vbox) - Setup details at https://help.ubuntu.com/community/VirtualBox23:38
calwigjeiworth: hardy23:40
tsimpsonKDesk: it's still pre-alpha, try not to advertise it too much23:40
jeiworthcalwig: hmm kk23:40
jeiworthtry systemsettings23:41
KDesktsimpson: Oh sorry, I only knew that there was no official version, it is stable for me, as the KDE3 version.23:42
calwignot available, strange to not see proxy settings23:44
=== Heliwr_ is now known as Heliwr

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